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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
, II, HOHINN. u. urcii, Iitltwr. ,.ArlMI DAYTON. t. 1 1 ID. Thursday, - - November 8, 18GG News by Telegraph and Mails. The N'c-w York pnjwrn Ml loin'eilr- tliat FtimtN. Itftillrnl, hu t " '1''I-1 nver- nor. but 1 not yet titr..' on tln niiijority. Th PotCt fourth mlittoii liuliilnt U.(xV); the World by -t.tiOO. tli.i 77w. i by Ml), ttir Heraldry irom3,i0 to 5.KK), nii'l tin- 7W- by at Ictnl the majority nlv.-n In I""! The U)ii(rreloiiid ilt l.-jfntion MhiiiIh twen ty Itepuhllosni to eleven D.-niixTat. b. injr the tame tliat It w two ycnr K'- One of the Mran liirlil.-nt In polities In the city, I the rleetlon of Colon.-! Hai. pikk "Mimu O'Rkii.ly" a l!ni;lster. He ran ajraltmt the re(rnlar iN-iii.wrntlr rnmll date, overconilnu the pnrty majority of HI. 000. and teciirltiK for lilni.-lf a majority of more than l.flOO. The following flijtire show the vote of the State of New York f r si yonr iat )WW Lincoln', maturity M 1'" iwtl Hcimlilirnn tnalinitT '!? 1 MM Kv v mini r IMS lHw. Kn-reur) ol Mul-, (Kepi inn) W '" 114 rcnum . mm-miy . . 184 l.inniln'. nuilertly IM6-IUrlw, Herratary of slule. (Kepi uinj The Democratic mnlority In the State ol Delaware U aloiit ' In St. Lonl the ai-t rv priwrlption. has benfc-n IIcmian, for I'onprciia by 2fw, Conservative elect seven out of the twenty members of the Legislature. The interior li doing better. lllalr'a neat will be rontested ; his major! ty W but six. Wisconsin gives a Uepubll.'nn majority of about 80,000. The deli-gallon In Con gross Is practically iinehiingeil. Minnesota gives nliout 8,000 llepubllenti majority, and re-elects both ltcpubllcan Congressmen. The Republicans have made a clean sw eep of Kansas. Michigan gives a Republican majority of about 25,0m and all Congressmen elect, are Republicans. In New .Jersey Congress will stand four Radicals aiid one Democrat a gain of two for the former. Speaking of the strength of parlies, as represented In the elections of this fall, and what would be the result if all the States had voted, the Enquirer maintains, truly, that counting In New England, and the rest of the Stales which the Radicals ilo not per mit to vote, because if they did they would be kicked out of power, and the majority against Congress Is, nt the least calcula tion, more than 500,000 votes ! A Republi can majority can only be figured up by counting twenty-six States. In a part of the Cnion they are in a majority. In the whole Colon of thirty-six States they are from 500,000 to 700,000 in the minority. Philadelphia polled 102.000 voles at the lato election, and on the same calculation there ought to be, when we consider the difference in population. 140.000 votes In New York at lea-t. Instead of that but 113.000 were taken. W'e have no doubt the real Democratic majority in New York City is 00,000, if its full strength could be polled. Of John Moiihishky, who has been lected by so largo a majority from the Fifth District of New Y'ork a portion of the city, the New York llerahbtmyn: "Morrlssey is a Democrat, and at present he holds an imiiortant revenue oltlec under President Johnson's Administration, lie wears an elegant beard and mustache, fashionable clothing, and a spleuiiid dia mond oil). Ills linir Is elegaiitlv curled and his manners are suave and poli -hcd. Intellectually he It, as strong anil as able to bear as heavy a mauling as the Hon. .lolm Morrissev is physically. The Hon. John Morrlssey Is us rough and rugged as the oak. The Hon. John Morrlssey has dom much to Improve the mora s anil customs at Saratoga during the past two summers, and we expect that he will open one or two or hts rettneii nun luxurious estaohsii ments at Washington this winter, especially for the convenience ot his lellow-Congress men." Who Has all the Money? . The sectional spirit of that portion of the people of this country that corurr js'ople, Arw England--who have long shapciied and now wholly control the policy and Icgisla. tlon of the Government, Is briefly but verj suggestively set forth In the following ex tract from a very able speech of Gov. Sey mour, of New Y'ork. There Is an Item of Information in it which the reader may not have thought of: oiomy is trie puoitu li.-lit. which nnyi nothing to supixrt tho govern mi-tit, li.-V mainly in one comer of our country, but the banks, which have a right to make the currency for nil tho States, are placed and owneu in a large ilegree liv the hastern urn Middle States. Not oulv our debt, but our currency Is sectionalieil. in the report of the secretary of the treasury on tiie sub ject, made last session to tlongrc-ss, it was snown oi me national uank notes then Is sued, Massachusetts had Vol for every nel son within her liorders; Connecticut, Sll and Rhode Island $77: w hile In the great commercial States of the West Ohio, Illi nois, Wisconsin and Michigan the pro portion Is in Ohio only J )er head ; in 1111. . nols, V6; In Michigan, ;, and in Wisconsin e i per head of the population. So Hint whatever profits are made out of hank cir culation, by far the Jargest proportion . thereof goes to these New Knghiud States. The number and wealth of the people of the great States thus left witli little or no means of getting currency, except a bur rowed from more favored sections, make this a glaring evil." In this, as iu tarill's, or any tiling else, that in its operations can be used to "make the rich richer and the poor poorer" which tuxes the labor of one section to support and pauper the ease-seekers of another no one can fall to see the adroit wits of Yankeedotn so shaping the proper system of all the Suites that tho main of its profits may inure to that "one corner of our country" embraced In Massachusetts, Is this accidental t Or, like turift' lcglslu- tlon, has uot New England availed herself of the services and votes of the terrain of the Wettem people, to obtain. such an ad vantage as this expose undeniably exhih iur One of the Effects. Our six per cent, bonds iu England arc worth seventy-five cents on the dollar, English securities In the same market, which pay only three per cent, are worth ninety cents. The reason of this difference is (bund In the fears entertained by foreign capitalists of the results of the block re- publican policy. Black repiiblictmiKui mounts to disunion politically, and to bankruptcy financially. A Bad Speculation. Lot I N ai-oi.kiin, v. heii he cinhai ki-il in the liaardoiM .-litei pi l-i- of itiit n 1 1 nir on this conl limit tlieinon.'irrhlal - sti in of Hie K.uro-an continent n duplicate tyn- ol his ov n cei lalnly ilid not foreshadow lilt- prescience which illtiiii:iil!ieil his gli nt uncle, iii niN the First. II,- I. i, I lalalh nil-Judged llie (It-incuts of llm wc-tein H-ople; and. in two iuiput tatit pcinli, was his niil li.c the character ami emlm :in,e of the civil war uhich had, at Hie time, as sumed immense proportions anion;; tlie Slates of this tiovernineiil, and llielii-ii.nl lleld which tlie anarchies of .Mexico were Miliillug out to liiiu In wliiih to plant Hie Kuiopran system. Iurcivll war was not so enduring asl.i n cxtiniit our national slrenlh. th-itne would uot be able. In good time, to admon ish him of his aggression on one of our cardinal theories of the rights and welfare of this continent ; nor was .Mexico so dN tracteil that site would tolerate, much less invite and establish iu iocr. a foreign ad venturer, who had nothing to commend him to llielr conlidenee and support, as a ruler, than the questionable supHrl which he might bring from what was claimed as the "first power of K.nropc." It I-. not to be supposeil that when .M ai vi i i. i as w as deputed to Mexico, on his Impe rial ei rand, he wn to make a failure : that lie came over on his own volition ; or, 1 tint Aini.KiiN, in accrediting him to ucli a ililllcult mission, auticlpnlcd the rapid anil almost compulsory process of events hicli involved the humiliating abandonment of such a comprehensive scheme ol inou.-ir. child propagiiudisui. The circuiiitance--, therefore, under which the adventurous Austrian slipied into and so suddenly slipped out of Mexico, leaving that coun try no whit better in condition than when he put on lilsvoluiiteercrow n. ar rtainly not. calculated to Inflate the vanity and intense arrogance of the F.ntpcrnr of France. It lias been a costly, a depre.-iat-Iveand a futile exierinient. NEWS BREVITIES. The tobacco croo In fii-.n-Ken Count e. Kentucky. Is said to be worth $100.0011 this season. Mr. Nicholas Tailiaferro. of Itracken 'onntv. has tlie largest hog of the season. It Is cslinniteil to weigh l.tHKI poiinils net. an any uotty in tins county neat it.' Virginia. Kentuckv. Tennessee anil .Mis souri pav this voar an interest revenue lax of Sl'.i.nnO.ooo on tobacco. .Michael DuflV, Charles Anderson, and eo. Wells, who robbed the depot room of the Adams F.xpress Coinpanv, at Newark. Ohio, iu Vugnst. plead guilty and w ere sen tenced to the jM-uitcutiary lor a term of years. W. If. I.angly, of Gallipolis has life in surances to Hie amount of S.UKuioO. Hi- is said to he the largest insurer in the l nitc.1 Slates. In Philadelphia, a voiinir woman dressed iu male attire, lias I u nrii-sted lor being n hlgiiw -ay-MKiit. She is the daughter of re speclahie piueiits. At the registry in l'.altlniote. a citien who had ausu ered all questions in a way to vindicate his loyally was al.ed : -Do you prefer a gold dollar to a dollar green backs" Answer "Yes!" "Then you are not loyal." A Wiiai.k. whale measuring sixty feet, in length was washed .ishore at llocka wav beach on Monday of last week. liose Jackson, born 177-, a slave in the family of the late General William Hart, of Say brook. Conn., died at tin- residence of a daughter of General Hart, in Hartford, on the '.Huh ult. she remained a slave until slavery wasabsolutclvaholl-hed in 1SI0. and since that time lias been supported by her old mistress. Messrs. ( ilenily nnd Trolenger o( Pulaski County. Virginia, a lew das since, sold nine cattle, of then- own raising. In a butcher of AlcMimlri.i. which challenge wonderment. One weighed 1ivti-1ntr huuilrfd f'l'ttutlx, another l.-Joo.another 1. 100. mot her .I.NHI. while tliere were sever.-! which went largely over ll.OOti. w hicli tin owner considered only small i iitrrs. and not worth particular notice: Twenty-eight thousand dollars of money lolen frnin Paymaster Glenn, I nitcd mates Army, in .cvaila. lias been recover. ei I. Henry C. Jarrett will take n couinanv of forty Indians from tlie Far We? t to Hie Paris exposit ion next season. a cany tw o itionsaiid Germans leave r.urope every week for the I'nited States, 111 tin- firemen and Hamburg mail steam ers. A drove of one thousand sheep havi been driven Into Virginia, over tlie chain bridge at Washington. They were driven from the West, and will lie disposed of iu tlicMateot Virginia tor flu- purpose ol stocking the farms. In most parts of Ohio the apple crop is a good one. From Richland and that portion oi uic ;sraie. large lots arc being sliippei Hast. The Zaiii-sville 7iMc kiivs that "Hi yield of apples this season Is bv far the liu est known for years." , 1 he Louisville City Council have passed resolutions proresiing against Hie execu tion ot the 1-cnian Colonel Lynch, and re questing the Intercession of tho President IU his lielialf. 'J he New 1 ork Tribune, states that Mr. A 1 . Stewart will shortly commence the work of erecting houses for tlie poor, and that his piaus win involve an expenditure of nearly live millions. J he Leavenworth I hurt reports that atiout one hundred Pot law atom ie Indians were naturiilied in the Lniteil Stales IM- incn ourl, ul 'lopeka, hansas, u few day ago. -- llTIlie editor of tlie Atlanta ((Ja.) AV,n i.rn, in noticing the hoastof lleast llin i.Kit that when In New Orleans it was an every day occurrence lor women, splendidly (tressed iu suks anu satins, to come Into hi otllee, and ask favors on their bended knees, says: "We are tolerably well posted in the his lory oi iieujaiinn (luring Ids eventful joiiriijn aeiv Orleans, and w it limit tin least leenng oi anger or resentment, we pronounce ins statements. In the above ex truer, a paip.-inie lalirlealion. ".o woman in New Orleans, or Iu any part ol me statu ol Louisiana, ever bent tlie suppliant kneo to him, or any of his military or civil niiacntn. While acting the part of a Maor-genernl In the Crescent City. Ilenjauiin was not, recognized as gentleman, which caused him to do and say a great many very naughlv things. Parties could, however, at all times, obtain releases and other favors without bowing the knee, for It is a most notable fact that nothing but the iu st or spoons was ever required as a compensation for outside fa vors." ?THIiiii(ili'., ,HjiiuMit of weiilliei--boaidliiK, i-ti!. hro ilniitit1illy m-atfeied Ihriimrlt tritrL.na u,l....u ci...h ty, itiiiiuim.8iiiiMi!ieii to iiavi! iifcn bi-niiifiiti by Hie whirlwlnil tlmt ix--il oviii-ami il,.- niolisheil Kru.ikllnon tin, lltli lust. J.uritn iiliiiiititii-a i' this lii-bi-iH urn tiiuml nt. I.ewi ' twenty mili-a in uiMilr-lin iVom J-'rmikliu. Agriculture in Oregon. The Oregon corresismdeiil of Hie San Francisco lliillitiu Is enlhusln.iic nhoulthc prnspccls of that State. He .says Hint the people are mostly 'devoted lo agriculture i Honest and Intelligent, they are cnltivat ing tin h-lamls -inil cnovlngH. fruits of their labor in quiet anil ease. (Him have IraM-ler -i en to H,U eouiitrv Hie honor l heing Hie New Knglmid of theVet. If quiet and inilusirloiis l oinniuiiities. liar-i moiiiinis in their a, lion mnl svinnaiheiw- In their dealings; ir cultivated farms, with while farm I e, dotting the country in thii h succession, ami n God-loving and law abiding p.-ol.le are the elelni-iils Ibal make New Kughiml. then Is Oregon strictly the "New Lngland of the W est." It b is. on the other side, been tin- ni.ii,i ,,r ,itns. ponilents, w ho iew a count rv Ihrouirh Hie poverty ot rhelr ow n soils, to sneak of Olcgon In iliqiarairing terms, and labor to cive the people tin- repiiiati.ni of being Hie iiost lgnoi!int and rough p. ople on the Pacilie -lope. Such i-cprcseiital ions are false. A Callf.irnian by s-xteeii years' living. I love tha! Slap- with r-al devo tion, and believe ,r (., mil, lest land beneath the sun ; vet I do not d lo be Jealous of the int. Iligcnce nnd worth of her sister Male, and since I luiveciiiercd her borders and been w it iiess of her beauty ami w eiilth. shall alw ays consider her. iu Hie peculiar characteristic w orthy the admi ration o ( aliloriiiaiH. Texan Wealth. The lndianoli TiuiH is clniniing for Texas natural re onrcesof wealth. of w hich no other Slate can boast. T,P w ar did not atl'ect her people as it did most other. her-- the line-l oysicrs can he .supplied at twenty cents per hundred, reeii turtle, weighing four hundred pounds, nl lour dol lars, and beef calllc. weighing Mcven bun died pounds, nt twenty dollars per head, we can see no good reason why the road to fortune Is not open to men of i-'ipitnl and enterprise. In no Slate of tin-I'nion c m be found sue! i pasturage as in Tcxa '. ami her almost limitless prairlescan hanlly bccxhailsted for general ions to come; con eqncnily the facilities for slock raising arc greater here than almost any other sect ion of the A merl in continent. The wealth of Western Texas (insists mainly In stock cat He. horses, and I p. Receipts and Expenses. no distract of Secretary M.-Ciilioch's forth- uning report, shows the total reeelnt and x pemiil u res of the (ioycrnmeut during the t year, compared w it li those ol the three loriner years : ir riiiliiig .1 nin-ail. llCfetpC. t:M'IICi i;.veiPc. f.v,.. a lam:. .i.". ;i,,;.mn Ms,ai-T.:w7 i.v-m.aisoiti I t v-e tl:;-.' i,i ;,.-.-ai nan 1 i.'.tl-.l.lMltl is -.'-l 1 1 1 ..i-.i-.i IMNI The year ending I leccuihcr ,. ISii.V show- il a ih-liciency of six hundred and nineteen millions ot dollars ; while the year ending line :to, 1 rstii:. shows an excess of .eceipts over expenditures ot about thirty-seven millions oi'dolliiis. The Culture of Tea in the South. Admiral Si mmks, iu the Mobile t!a:etle. n an art icle upon the culture of tea. savs : l'roin our knoivledgeof thelatif ude anil loe-dities iu which the tea plant is grown mo -I perfection in China and other1 istern countries, we have no doubt that the plant -might be naturalized, to great idvant.ige. iu the northern portions of these Southern Stales. In our owil State, the counties of Calhoun. Cherokee. '.hum1. Mai-shall, eye., possess many of the necessary conditions for the production of Hie plant, and we hope some of our enter prising citizens of these counties will make Hie experiment. ?Tlie ivory arm-chair presented bv the city of Lubeck to Gustavus Vasa was old iu ls-i.-( to M. .Schinkel. a chamberlain of the King of Swcd for PJil.OOOf. : the ptayer-book used by Charles I, of F.n gland. on the seallold. fetched inOOf.: the oat worn bv Charles M. at the battle of I'lillow i was sold in l alinburgfor otd.ooof. ; mil in I Kl(i. Lord Schwarlcrhurv gave lll.rili.d. for n tooth of Newton, which Is now set iu a ring, and worn by the oldest mancti oi that tauiilv. New Advertisements. a Custom Boot and Shoo Maker. , , "'""l-o,-Ba.l Tel,Kp. BvUdt,. ITM"' "I'li rnll kin. Is ,.t I.mtit' n.l lienti,,. Eat. Cap, and Vur Htor?. ' LEBOLU & IjAZARUS, JTO. 7'fc Ts.1 .-..1 IJ" STHRBT 1 (I'ltder Phillips House,) Have the lliiesl sloi-1, ol' IXttlil-liAx; and A 'if Ell H.'AN CAI'l.s, Victcnncs, Gents' Fur Collars, JS1 nils, C5 lovos, &o. No liciu-r stock la llie city, an. I PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Tin-ON I Y phit i' in the city whi-re FI'KS inc iliaiiitt'i'cl kiri'.i to orilrr. uohiUtin Small Fatxu at Public .Tale 50 X-a ACRES, Tirfti Oul vnftutlf mill J'fuut ttifou, Oil trr II.. t nek t'il,. ON 'I KK IJvu DAY or I'M iwiij, At Ovoo'i lo. k . m , I vt ill ntier lor sale at pnhlic aui-lion, he i'ii, i in mi whit li I now live, ciMilaiiiiii .M1 , acii':- live nci't't liiiiltvr: ila' halam-i' iituler cultn.ilio.i. s.nl I'vtclh-iil part cn-ok lilh.ui an-1 pai l n olainl, The luiililiuj.',-- i-on-if t. ol" a ifiMtil, new :: un li.niic house, stal'le, t.!fti etiiliu.l. An ( in the smite ilav, conn ieni'iut,r at leu oVI.h li t u I will oii. r at pultlic iale.ail nn i,n k, laruiini' utchMls. anU lioueehotil ltiol kiu hen luiiMtiue iiMal 4. UKL 1 1.I.K. s. & k. steji:kr MERCHANT TA1 LOU-S, , -n.-, imiiii m i in i: r, NEXT DOOKfo I'OSTOKl-'ICK CJ All shinies if llu- lit'.-H FIIK.MII AND K,X(a,I II a L O CHINCHILLA BEAVER ! Q 1-cll- lvi-ll-li:it; Cloths, Cassimercs, Vesting, Undor-clothing, H GentB" Furnishing Goods, nr Ihu l!t iiiulily ju-l lecfivi'-l. T II I N I N SuliH miultf toonler, in tho f. if (nt and Jftmt ftwMmnabU MjU; nt piii ef nn rcnxonttlilr nhiHiyKtiii)linh mcnL iu the cily. G sutisHutioii iiiiniu((icl. i (J ocl:lilaw-hn WALTER TROWBRIDGE, u-LT" '",'"' ix. mxLsiisraii, FINE JEWELRY STORE no. :t::o tiiiho .stimjm', ff i!" All (limit fteineKflutotl. U arid nt (it f, -c.'tl Special Notices. Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia I. iUc mo I pnimlnr 1IAIR li K-'T(lt A'l i V K ( tIio tin. Ir In . ittancr, nuirf riclil prrluiTH'il, ami U wurrHTiti'tl In in-hiif feiayhntr lo ti nttimil -ltr: fttip it rot ti in ntf : rt'inovn i)Mrili iilT )'nm the sc'ilp, iiiul irivoat lalln"s. Iti-a-l the MK iiur lioinu teviiiiMiny : fKHTIFlrATF. Th. f.'tlou'inir i- t rt t'v tli.tl I liuvc ufc3 .isii'H vK;i-:rAHi.K A t ilnti a for tin- v-.x-i - imittlli". .mil I tui loiitt'l in it nil licit i . i.tinic-l lit ii h. i.tTlni ui, ! h .nl int. u nt ur l iii I1 In r m-v'i.i i'p-- il I iii -nir in Mil itiv i. i hi K t'ii I h, nt '. t. it ml liv ;i'llii'i iu lo tin' iln rc I ifii lii I lu i tin- X l;Kos . :nu nnii ! .-a i ilt.il I linn l;;ivi' :i llof i:io lh il li. filihj (i-iir Ultil-I .ill other rctonitivi't lt;iv! tmli'it. I can .it. i tv-lil' as In lit iimlit let in Vf-tnriiip rr.-n linir lo it ot iiriinil color, hnvtntr on it tcvtci ,y iu n niot jiitiin it t I'lt'iH ti. I kno it to i,c kiij-p-iit.rtonU otln-r 1 t-iortiti hat I tto know. I kimu 1mm ' iM-rit'iti-i'. in i-pIViyiici to it i-ioocr- tii o, ami iiotlil rccciiiniiriKl it to all :is l-Phii; tin I t iiritt r in uiatkK. W M, M. II 111' A III Onvloii. ')ih, AlltfU-t fit. IWtti. h. M. Tl ' It IIS A ( o, I'mji'-t, IVtirhnro. N. II. For suit-:.y all I ' ruv rfi sd in Pav toii.uiitl t-vcry- wiutp. Dr. W. XV . K I I UAKi. mi!rxt;m :im WhnlcMilc Ak' "V. Uaytrnt, O. A M-:V IM'RFl 11K FOR IUR IUkKKtMill. "IMifijtil Itlootiiiuu Orvn.1." !'i(ht Itlooiiiiiii; On u.' "fright Hlcoiiiii(x i'crrtii.'' ihl IZI-mjj( 'n iu." " i(tlit ttlooMititc 4YrriiM.' Hlmlotia I'hnlon'a Pliutou'a A innitt pKriiiillQ, ilrlii ate. um) friii ant lVrt'inin', iliptti let) from th rum tinil bfiuitiiiil flowrr It "'in Wlnrii tt tiikff Hi uaiae, MHi-nfai'titrnl nuly by 111 II, ON A- HO. JSe urU. BKW'AIIK OF COCNTKRPK1TS ArsK FOK PH ALDK'ft TAKE NO 01 II.CK 1 y 1 -i I M F aw to w 1 y -4. itlAH Ul AUK AM V K I.I It V , nil Kh- aay of Warning aiul Instruction for Young Men. Also, ItoaOH nntl Ahunea which nrotvuli the vital iowoi-tt, with sure uiciiiih or rtOiff. Sint tier ori liartip in ftralci) lelU'r envt'loput. Aihlrcis. Dr. .KKIU.IN IhH (,111'ON, Unwuitl A.-ih.M-ial ion. hilailolphia, Vh. nn1 l.l,.w.;iu Itoburk'M llltirr ' l lirro in mnnr nv true word fcioUi'ii In .eil,'f;:iiil a k tith-iuan to hin frit -ml who rv-inurki-il that reatilrlt car ffood, hill Kohiti:k arc be Hot.' ii kim i.-A ij sot i iio. Ir. K. CON may In- rontulifil as follows : lu OAYTOS nt tlio I'lii Mis limine, on Friila-. Hitnl. 11; t(-t. W; Nov. 4.1 r lrc.M8 fr'ah. 1 ; March m m i-;; ,11 a v i ;.nim: y. In Ti:V ut 'lhc Morrli TontA. nn SntunlTt Scit.Ui Ut.): Xov.tfli l:u.;W FfU.M; Marih t: Ain u i.i; .nay im; ,i nne vi, JuaICMA ut the hi'iiot Kutlnor lfonsn nn Tlnm. llivs. ?i'lt. Ill: H t. IK; NftV.'r'J: lPMi7: .Ian 111 : Mun.li 7; April II: May .lum ll In SI'lllNttr I r.U at the Willin IIoiki. m Thnrila.-t. Si-pt. yti; net. ar; Nov. .li; .ljin.:i: r t h. March II: April 1H; Ma'S:i; .hini".'7. Itr. t't-NK hits hail oltici's in t'-ich nl lli ntutvi' plares, thai lit has rt'Knlarly vlsiti'tl lor the pa:-t veil yt iii ami at lie Tim, h naltM ami i ui cd manv r.itirnlH.tin I'at'h ol th.talH.vi) IiIuchn hi; ran t-i: tin- lit el oi' ri'lVri'iici's in each place as to ht -kill. Ir. t .NK rr:ati uihI I.iih all vuiictiiv, oi Chronic. iliai'i, tticliiilin:; thost- of tho hv ami Kur; mnki'H no iharirti tor i'oiiiiltatioii: Iml it those w ho consult him tlL'rtiri'tieuinii'utJiu chat cs Ca-h lor his Mi .lii.lniih. M ci lie i ni". thai ..... la, t a putirnt from four to six nion I lis, co.-1 I ri iu J i v i to Thirt ilolliu s. in uh Aihlri'tisi; ' 1-r. K t N I:, L'OM'.Mltl'H. OHIO. Oi ill y Special Caution. ni tt.W lM SiMl'I'll IM; S V 111 I ha: In-'cuint; no (itipular that vui ions partita liuvt put out artirloH fdllniL' (hunt Mrs. Window'). l'k;iH(. t:ike imtire tl. tt TIIK M Its. WINSl.tiW OF riii: siKtTiiisi; yviti;i is mu-ckssfi tki Willi ASY OTilKK AltTM.XK. .UilaviUm Mrs. WINSL0W, An experiiMicei) Nurse and Female Physician, J'n tti'nts to the Alteuthni of Mathers hi r SOOTHING SYRUP 1 For Children Teething, Which tfivutly factlltrtttit tho pnM t'Httol U'l'lhrnu;, hysiil'teainK the Kiimf., reducing all iullaniiualions, iv ill ultay A I.I. 1'AIN uml pusmuiliu actiuu.uml it Sure to Regulate tho Bowels, l-cpt'ittl upon it, molhers, II. will ivc nt to your selves unit Relief and Health to Youi Infuntn. We have put up nml foIiI this at tit le lovover 110 years, anil ' n a y in cosh-ihKNCit a( thi-tii of il w hat e have never l.een ahle lo any of any other meilii-iho Ni:vnt hah it v Alt i:i vn a k i.nii i.f in .n Nt't' Tii : i kklT a vi ut:, wh.'U timely uetl. Nov r lnl u.' know an instance o ilinat isl'aetion hyanyoiip whousi'il It. On the eontrary, all are it lihicii vt llh its npoi at ions, ii.il .peait in terms of cminuenil.iium ol il maKi' ttl e Diets ami meili cat irtiie. Weip(ak iu this malter' n hat no hstu ," alter :ui years' ex pei ienrc j AS'j Pi.icmiE M t ItklMiTATlDN FOIl THK Ft' LF I l.l.H KNT OF 9 HAT wk um'I.ahr. In alia.xt every Instance whrrt) the inlaiil U siiiVi iauf fiuin pain ami exliustlou, re lief will he Ion nt I iu llllem or tweut v minntes altei the synip In ailtuii'ilcif.i, Full ilirnclions for nsiuxwitl aeeoinpan.v each bottle. None Kenuiue unh'sit tho lae-iiuile of liKTIS A I'KIIKINS, New YoiI-Jhou t he oul'-ule wrapper. Hili hy all UrtitTKixU (.hrouKhoul Hie wurl.l. PRICE ONLY 35 UTS. PER DOTTLE. U'ililJIIVlllll Dv. CickuoH'H Byrup! TliK liUKAT CHOLERA REMEDY ! Altm, hytent.'ry, IHarrhtM, Vhaltrn JUortmn, Sum mer Comjtaint, I'ain or .i; In Jytomtwh or Vw-t,tk- of Sur Stomack, Jiinttr t'otio, Ac.uuil i w it ranto'l touiutK or no p ty. Is purely veel :ihle, without a partii-ln of ojititn or nicotic Hi; hly aromalie, very pleaunt to tho tuste, mihl, iMtture in it elfect", warmv fin I KtrenirthenH the xvmi'iu. aci like a en at mi, uHimlIiur almost iinmu- liate relief, aii't a ta-to of Mm ariie.ln will hatiMy the tnoht iiiereilulnn! of these factK. Suhl bv nil -lealer in medicine. I'lene .eni for rlrciilnr. Tiv it. I'leinutd onlv liv KhWAItM HV'l'TuN 1'iovi.lence, It. I. lUiMAt llAK.N A (... i New I oi k .tieneral AymiU. ml.tluniii C. W. LOWE & SON, Wholeuieaml retail Trunk Manufactory, NO 878 1 11 l It II h fltl KT IA Y'l'ON, OHIO I A lIKS' Traveling TrunkH. tieutlemeu'a Trav J elniu Trunks, Vulen unit rravelin haul, llouuei lloxi's, viv.., of belter nianuliieturu and lower price than they run be purehuel iut iu uinnatl or elsew hero. Work warranted. mSOtUy Special Notices. Book Store. CD 3 ZS2 liMwaiiiii "wJi 3 CT3 CD I Special Notices. Book Store. Amusements. Jl'.STO HAM, Ono KTlslxt Only I V (lii H.la. I'.voiiliiff, Novt'iiilii-r 1 1. I.I'IIV AIIII f:l,,va.-L ,., . . . ... .. ........ r.n, ,,tn,nr , lf)u ,,,f,it I,i-i-m, liu. Hie lemor l aiiiiiiiiiire ON K UKANli OPERA CONCERT, the mit one hleh .in I give,, t,i vumw l h. lulloWIIIK ,11 I ir-tr. ; I! U-e.1';,1 ',',!' J' !'. ' " l"Mnlnr ITIinn Ikhiiik. Ml. I lll.illl.KK IIAHKI.iUAN. llm , elelirul.-.l I, I It- I eliele Mr. Hi W.l: IIIMMHtt. II, o tviuuiUr 'IVimr Mt .l.i.-l-.l'll lllvUMANrl. ll.e icrent in,M, -,. rmtili, Mi.-i l,ll I, Wil. I'onli illo, mill Mr. II.I.IA.ll lilllisw --. f he Iin-i-l,.r I p r.-tit )ili-nurr In lielntr nl,le r ei-,eul InltruKil l iiior.-, I iinvrl nn nrr.tr nt mi.t.i, Niii h urenl hikI unifiirin rxeelh.tM-o The re,mr. menu ,. ii,n,l libera nirely ,ri-Mni in liellvelu.il , ii.t ie,, ,,- , nn dnlf these meat I, Villi HI' A KH III .llltrlv ---uiR. " flu- l-1-..nniiaiii,, l,n ii. even'nir in th. i-itv u """ 'll'v "li - K -l wf.h li leiviu B lo iie.,.,il,'i,ir A nl t: A II I Im I'M, ,,,,,1 ,h, ir .noil l.,,",,l? In n-Mlitoii to Hi), iriulnr fmnrninme, Ihu Uianil liuiiteii Art in ' -C t) NT:n PAXJST will lie- t-ic-i-Mle,! i-nlli-o, itli ..-(.nerv nn.l -.. f ''' ' itli ll,i i.rlKiniil I.MM-i JM- 1,1,1, II. lt liwule Llus lll-KHA hi lallimi. AliMIMslHN KK-hltV Hi St A'l 1.1 I'KNTS. ONk, DOI.I.AK. The- :ili. i,f Ite nrmil SciH will imnnienin on H-it in-,lny i.iiiriiinir. Novriithrr to, nl nuic o'l-liK-k. ut .1 li. IliilMiiK' 1-iniin Mliire. UeScllt V. WKIHlOW.-i, !llllin,st AkuiiI. u j 1 1 n i : k s o e i : 1 1 . . 1 1 o V k i - r. M V. M Tl'liNKIt J.'l I'riiirleti,i-s M:in!lri-l-ellllllhllK, .Itllli.) Hay Mum 1 lAlsiiol liperu House, ( TliiiiMila.v - I'vciiin, NiM. nili.-r H. mt nllfht hut IwnArtli. .iii,.i I- ....... yoiiiiK iiiiii.ii JNliss Tuoillo AVuNtorji, Willi Will llliht'tll-. Ull ItlU (M-HKl,iii nl, ... LUCRETIA BORGIA. The Italian Poisoner, itaineil liv Mf T II nn I ti. M r t. u....i the entire excellent Loiujiauy. 'lo-morrow uijrht, FAKIiW IXL UKN KM t 1 iri.F.Tn 1.ICAII, ilir lonakrn. H A'ITUOA V, a Kiaiol ilisptay of KIH bl WOKKS t (he Opera lloice. A.lmlssion-liretiH ;irrle hml ',trMiieite tAlvtn allery. y.vts.; r-.s erred sHatu, 76e : I'rivate i:o' I llllil CiV Doors omui hi ..r.ii.. 1 ,... :.. I at fl ijiiarler he In re eiht. wais l iin ie secuiiNl hi the l.iislncvr. niii. e of the .. Hutu n.-n vui iiMir n euuk. Hoi Business Notices. Dtnri'.iK STKIC'I, AMI'S TON IO. DYSPEPSIA Dr.SiiarKi.ANb'a ' Tonic- in n i-iiii.-i-ii- rttie,! lu en.u ;it inn of Hunt ami Hi-rim. itli knthu-iilM mill I'lu'iiiiiiativi-n to stivnjrHicn inn stniiiacti unit nei viniH svstrni. 11 is n i-i tulii i-i-ini-ilv fur OvHiKMihiii or IiiiIIl'i'II- Chiii. NVrvoiiHiKw, T,oiw of" Ai)(-titi-. Ai'iili ty nl'tllK Sliillliieli, KliitllU'llrj llml Iteliillly It Is not iileolioliis t ln'ri'l',110 t-iii't ii iilnrlv xnlt.Ml tor Wi nk, N'ci'voiis. anil I ivs-iiiV- lii-rsiins. I'orsali! In-ull I rtiLr!i Uts cvi-rv- wlii-fit ut 1 jut liotHi-. euitu 1 Or. .Sfi u klinurH Foil e 1 i; 1: s. PILE REMEDY! lias i-uivil llmiii.aii.ln of tin- worst rtisi-sof lilillll tlllll lill-l-dlllir I'll.'.. If L'lv.'K illllll.'- iti-r.-lii-t. anil i-lleels u IM-iiimiiiint .-nn-. Try II ilifi-i tlv. If. is viirriinf.-.l lo i-iir. hor salt- liv all I M n '-'ists at .' i-ts. pi-r lint t ie. Or. Sli U-klaiuVH MKI.I.IKl.tXIllS COUGH EALSAM CDCtJII Nil MO UK. j is wari-anti-il to ln tlio onlv i"pnrHtio" known fo cnri- Coti-rlis, Colil's, lloars.-n.-i'i rVstluna, Inioiiiiisj Cottirh. Chronic- Coiiin, Consiiiiiption. Ilroii.-liitis.aiiii Croup. II 111H (neimieii iroin tinilPV 01111 lll-rlis. It Itealitiif, solY.-ninjr. i i-xpi-i-toi atlnir. tin nine, ii 1 1, siiiuiin.- lorati aiit-i-tiniis ol tli i'liroat ainl I.niiirs. Knrsalu hv I ru-,.Ut ovrv where iV.n:! Wants. W'A.V TKH-HITIIA'I'IONH lly twoynunif men 1 asi'k-rks nr biilt-smmi inn 11, h,i u, shoo Mure, or c "lotli i njr Htrc. jr in unv eHiiir rmiaelt y tiiHiil retereui-e will be jrhron. Aililies T. r. S. Iur .iin-e iiu , ur iiiilv ut lltlmrn, ( Hn,i. iu-J Wants. New Advertisements. -BTOT I o m. IQlIRTtl ST. 'CARRIAliB SH01'. A lrs,on Inilehtetl for New-or K,.,-,n,, hunil i 10 l lMK.'t uii-l UiivkI. nn.l H.iuiili-., will lle-e e:ilt ut Hip ilurilwuie store fuel hctlle J. LANQDON & BHO., nillwBw3in 78 MAI.N MTRKET. THE GREATENGLrSHRTMYDY", IMtOTt l'i:i J1Y KOYAL IJJCi bli-l PA'i'KW V. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. J'tvpmvil r..m ii trrt ition 0 Sir J, ffcrrJv, M. I'hyxu-iitH h'tniorilinary to th itren. This iuvaliiahle niedieine is unlnilinK in (he ciu o all tno-.i p, litiiul uiul tlauieroiis tlieu-,es to which tlie f'euiHlttcuiifiiiulion inMih.jecl H ino.l c rateit all exce ie ami leuiove. all ohtrui tiuiit. iVom uhuiever euuse. A inwtlv t-iihi ...a. iu. relieil on. TO PI4HKIKI) I 4IMI .H H in piirtienlarlv Hiiitoit. It will, in a shnrf time. loiiiK on the monthly perioti with leKiilaniv. CAUTION. Thrvr It)l tihovhl not ht Ink fry tl-mtilet tlurfnu the Utisl' TURKU MOSTHSof iUrtfinuuy, i- they ( mir to hfhiu on MixoiirrUnjti, but tit any other tint' lh?y are nue. hi all eases of Nervuns anil Hiiiuu! Allecthiii, I'ains in Hie Hack ami l.lmlfs. f alu-ue on slight e.vcriion, ralpitalioii of Lhu lle u t, U slcrics, umt Whih's, II 1 piils will enVct a eure when all ot her means have tailetl ; ami ailhtmh a povverl'ul reuie.ly, io not con t .tin iron, calomel, antimony, ur au.vlhiiiK huiiiitl lo the eniiiiiiuiiuu. Knl I ilirectioiiH in the pamphlet arouutl each p.i'-Uiige, which khotiiil he cui'Wiilly pt-in-erveil. HOI. II II V AM. lltt-(;ui8TH. I Itlt K, $ f KK ItOTTl.K 31'KCiAL SoTt tV. It U the ftttt nf frerf rutuabt Mstlictn to 64 i-uiivi'KHKhlTKn. vitiitiftm, thrrurt and t4 th-it Iht MUr "T. f M ." ar blow i n't Me ht.tllt. unit lht tHtvh wrmyer fiirth K AO aiutl.kH of tit 91a nitnri of I. V, tiALftt .We '., and JoU MHitcH without whii-A, ntiiuf ar yttuuinv. N. Ii.- One Ooll.ii', with Kljfhteen (,'enu lor I'o.tlatre, euclosetl In unv aullmi i.eil Aeut, or lo llie hole Oeneral Ayeul Iur the United Hllea ami Hi itiih Ooiuiiiioiifi, Joli Momios, sit (.ottlauitt 8t New ork, W ill ensm-e bottle, eontalulnv Filly I'illn, hy retuiu mail, heeuiwly healcl Iiuih all uhnurvatiou. oel'ilaweowly 6 I. POST, W. P. HANCJIKIT. POST & IIANOHETT, WHUl.KriALKANU ItKl AIL lKAl.KlihJN MASS I LLON, ToxiffUloffliony, SniPPE WA COAL AND COKE .mice, Ku-,l'f'tilr.l uiioMltii XuuiH lleuut DAYTON, OHIO. iluelS-dlf c, IIKCKS. KKf'F.IPT4 Nuatly irinleaUli KMPiliB