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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
, . HDIinilll... w. nrtii, .... I allor. .Aeearlata, DAYTON. OHIO, - - Friday, - - December 21, 1866 News by Telegraph and Mails. Tlir- Hpmilwiiy Flour Mill of ami:f.i. A. Mim.fr. fki l-ouiavllla. wr entirely con sumed by Urn ywtmlay uiorninR. with Iholr entire coiilr-nls.' The ! I iilxviit 10,000. (KifTOOK Stranii &-., of Sterling, Kiir- liind, viiffaxfil In tin- pvtroli'iun lrailr. have .nsiwMiilrd. Tlioir liuhllltli'S lire over 1 100.000, but tli'lr lire liirgi-ly .ln 'V CM. Advlcm pvr .Isva mute that Stkiiii .1 Mkinv, the Kenliiu S'linlor, lia been ennf milled for trlul nt Kiililln. The liiMln OrangftitH-B have calM on 1h Rials lMdy of the Orangemen tu support the mitlwri- tlen. The Thro .livers, Canada. Journal, on authority of theelcrfy of theillsti let, MJ no Cutholie prlet there either knew or wv St II II ATT. The London foil urjr" Inquiry Into the loyalty of 1 reunion In large, towns hi Hol land. Slight symptoms of alarm nre f.'lt In Liverpool, where Inrtfo uiiiiili'iof Irish laborer were out of einployinent. Armed Ku:inli are plaeed on all depot of arms. A New ork dhpnteh nays: "The reso lution of theCoiiimmt Council iiuthuri.ing the eonveyance to the General Govern ment of the lower part of City 11 H l'' k, for a poMoftiee, for .iiKMK)0, ha been ap proved by Mayor Ilm tman. The ''hears" had it all their own way. yesterday. In Xew York. Gold fell to l:H A member of the New Jersey Legisla ture, eonvleted of sellinjt his vote, ha been nenteneed to imprisonment for one yvnr, and forever preehidod from holding publie olllee. Ill theS'imte.yesterilay, KKVt.iinv Juiis nof ealled nttentlon to an artielc in For NKV'a Chronicle, in whleh the Supreme Court lAdeiHiuneed as a net of treason. A tire lu Xo. 3:is Broadway, New York, yesterday moriiinn. destroyed property w orth U0.. Purine the past yearthe ( loveriiineiit h: paid jjreat attention to soldier's craves anil cemeteries. Every thing that a patriolir resjieet for the dead eoiild siiff tfest has been done. Every jjrave has been carefully tended, and its occupant's nauio and rank put at the head as well as on the record:, of the cemetery. The whole number of bullion ol Tnion soldiers reported n buried is:ttl, (170, atiin expense of $1,1 II. J'.'l 01. A Paris dispatch says it is reported there that Nai'oi.ko.n ha received the abdication of M am.mii. ian to the Mexican throne. The Tallahassee I'loriilian has been in formed by the I'tilted States Assessor of Internal llcvcnue in that region that "more gold watches have been returned in Un fit y of Tallahassee than wore returned in all Xew Knland." A Washington di. patch fays: "The apprehension thnt very generally prevails uinonn Radicals hereabouts, that Nirhatt w ill not be convicted before a jury of this District, has caused Mr. I!epreenlative Wn.MAiis. of Pennsylvania, to prepare bill to change our jury system, so as to give his party friends a bolter chance to "jot on District juries. The bill w ill pass us mutter of course. Thirty-eight veteran medals for thv Fif teenth Ohio Hattery and Forty-third In fantry weie received at the Adjutant Gen eral's Olllee. Columbus, yesterday. They had been omitted at the former d'ntribu tion. M. J. Thomas, the American Express messenger who was killed mi the Lafayette Kallroad, near Stoek well, by ears running o IT the track, had an insurance in the Acci dental and Columbus Company for 910,000, tor the benellt of his mother. Thomas was unmarried. Anna Dickinson has congested her right lung, and reduced her voice to a whisper, by riding on thn prairie and lecturing afterward. Radicalism. war, in spite of the Constitution, upon the Southern States, retain them in the Union. It now excludes the very States it sought to hold in the Union on the ground that It will not be safe to admit them. It keeps the Union divided which it spent half a million of men and four millions of dollars to unite. It sec bankruptcy In tho future, and wars upon every policy calculated to nssist in defray ing the monstrous expenditures of the Government. Its disciples tremble tit the prospect of the bankriiuYy of the nation, and yet persist In persecuting tho South and depriving It of all power of contrib uting its proportionate share toward the defrayment of the liabilities of the Treas ury. t3F"The Toronto editors are retortln most justly upon Mr. Skwari for calling the Fenian prisoners "political offenders,' and therefore deserving of clemency, which could not attach to crimes of criminal character retorting by asking such questions as these : "How has tho American Government acted towards political offenders? At the very head of the list stands Mr. .Jellerson Davl9. Hy the united voice of all parties In the V uited States, not to say anything of the opinion of outside nations Mr. Da vis' couliuued imprisonment in Fortress Monroe is a disgrace to the country which Weeos hiiu incarcerated. Does Mr. Seward think that the way in w Inch this man has been treated bv the Government deserves to be culled eminently humane;' that the hardships, the palpable cruelties which were associated with his Imprisonment un til itlilii a very late period, wen such to give him the right to preaoli elemency to the people of another country ?" 9f A proiuineul. Democrat of Horiiells villo, N. Y pledged himself before election. to one of the clergymen there. If the Dem ocrats were defeated, he would attend church every Sabbath lor two years. Hi now declares that "he stands tiie punish ment like a man." If that unfortunate Democrat w as com pelled to bear some of the Kihle banging "bloodhounds of .inn" we could name this section, he would never live to vote for another Governor! Xigger and loyal doses would seliil mm home to Heaven be fore a year was over. La 'route lemncriit A Vikoima Huntsman. According tothe Richmond Exammtr, there lives liU'ocaliou tas County, Virginia, an old gentleman w has slain 2,100 deer, l.xoO of which he shot w ith the suine gun. lius unworn tmrou also has iipou liii hands the blood of diver bears, pauthers, aud other wild beasts, [Washington Correspondence.] The Territorial Scheme—The Pardon Prerogative—Senatorial Corruption —Smuggling—Impeachment —The Tariff—Pensions. WASHINGTON, December 19. The Territorial chemn. utterly detrnc- tive of nil the Constitutional compact, be tween tin- States absolutely revolution ary In Its result", should It pass -is bound to lc an Ignoble tallure. Kcdiiec ' hnilin to Ilic comlitloli ol InrH ri , by act of n Congressional- kijff What Is It bid revolution and anarchy f Supposing that a bill for thai purpose iltolil'l ps tnr iconic, unai ir will pass tiie llou-e there is no doubt,) still Its valid ity will ieiend upon the decision of the Supreme Court, before which tribunal It woiilil te broiiirm upon trie nrsi aTtcmpt to carry it into effect, Xo reasonable man can entertain any misgivings as to what that decision would be. Chase the charla tan, who can see no law of Congress, tin- less be look" through Presidential specta cleswho, while playing the part of Chief Justice Is regarded a the weakest of the entire bench will side with the Jw-ohltis for. unless the ten lately rebellious States arc kept out of the ring, until after the next Presidential election, his chances for the realisation of the dream of his fretful lift the White House even should he cir cumvent llcast Uutler, In the nomination, will lie less than -tiie baseless fabric of vision !" THE PARDONING POWER. Senator Tut'MHt'i.t. Is the leader In theon- slaught un the President's pardon-pre rogative, lie not sustained ny precedent in assorting that the President cannot par don before conviction. The debates In the Constitutional Convention nnd the discus sion ofllie pardoning power granted to the President by the Constitution In 7 Vie F"l ernh'st clearly prove that he Is invested w ith theauthority which SenstorTrunihull denies to'hiin. It is doubtless true, howev er, that tiie repeal of the section named would not afl'eet the authority of the Presi dent In granting pardons. Under theCon stltution Congress is granted no power w hatever In the premises, nnd Its legisla tion on this point amounts to nothing. The -ectioii granted no additional authority to the President, audits repeal will not de tract from which he now osesses. SENATORIAL SCANDAL. The report is authentic that a certain Senator hits been lining his Jacket-pocket w ith some very coinfartahle greenbacks kind of black-mail contribution for his iiirtuence in getting Itevenue iositions for certain parties, who hnvo not been prudent to mum. SMUGGLING. Information Is dally being received, principally through private sources, ot the accumulation in the Hrltish provinces on our northern border, of great fpiantities of ihui.lMe goods, w hich have been Imported at phe'C-s in close proximity to the boundary line, tor the purpose of riiuningthcui across the border, and evading the. payment of duties. IMPEACHMENT. I'.inghaui. of Ohio, has made a splurge. Ilavinu eaten his ow n words used in speech, at SI. Clairsvillc. that he would not eat or sleep until he had prepared and pre sented art ieles of impeachment against the Pre sident, he is now striving to retrieve hint i nsii; by a new tack. He as much as said. In a running debate on removals from olllee, tha( if any had b i made, during the re cess, on mere jujlttit'nl considerations, the President was amenable and the House must gel after him. Poor Bingham ! lleis a chap of suine liadical stature out there Harrison County hillsaud autiipiatedCadix, but a very diminutive pvltiKog In the Washington puddle. THE TARIFF. n a As soon as the holidays arc over and the slight nervousness of egg-noggs and hot punches are eased off. you may look for broad-side from the sMr. suffering, starv ing Xew England "cotton lords." They are after pmtfcd'oi not being able to di vide a per ccntage of more than thirty three to one hundred and fifty on their lin loi tunale cotton and woolen investments. The fact that Georgia the .'Empire State of the South" is going very extensively Into the cotton-mill business, preparatory to becoming, very soon, wholly independent of Yankee looms and Yankee mischiefs, the main stimulant for forthwith action. I lie thieving bill is about ready and your man .View seemingly the retained at torney for ilostou and Lowell interests- will give it no weak, hall-way summit. PENSIONS. to There is now on the roll but one l!evo- lutiuuary pensioner Samuel Downing, Saratoga County, Xew j oi k : yet there are no less than !U1 widows ol Ifevolutionarv soldiers still on the pension rolls. The aler longevity of women will not ue- count lor tins enormous discrepancy, anil the fact that pensioners and annuitants live long, seems cmially In favor of both sexes, of course, the widows of those killed ill battle swelled the proportion leuiale pensioners very largely, but tins emild not have multiplied it nine hundred times, hardly ten tunes. Probably lu eon sideration that "none but the brave do- serve the lair" (not to speak of the pen sions), the surviving heroes w ere generally and even repeatedly blessed with youthful ami blooming brides, 'i nere arc now, round numbers, 4r.0U0 invalids, and 70,0nli widows aud relatives on the rolls, at au an nual cost of eleven and a half millions dollars. Paris Fashions. a as A period of reaction appears to he about to set in in retrain lo the continually vary In1' l'aris fashions. Crinoline has fallen out ol use, rich trimmings tend to disaunear anil yet plum materials are quite outot place when taste is sought, ta be displayed. Tho I'arlsiau belles have therelore decided upon retiring to the patronage of brocaded stilus, as miicli lor the sake of humanity account of the suffering l.yonese. as for mode itself, hor tiie nut anil uiurow dresses now worn rich materials have be come Indispensable, unless, say one of chronica ten ile la mntie. ladies consent appear as though enveloped in au umbrella case. Hi-sides brocaded ilks and satins, velvet robesara very fashionable for soirees, and new one. cnncii the rone Katiizi. lu black satin richly ornamented with let. isexceed iugly impuhir and graceful. No costume better suited lor displaying a tine form and line features thnu the robe Katii77t. of which tiie name has already become a high recom mendation. Astrachan is decidedly the principal ar ticle employed for a variety of vestments and trimmings. Ladies' mantles, mini's and cull' . ami even gentlemen's waistcnals and coat collars, display Hie fashionable material, and t illi con.-.iueruble advantage. At tiie regatta, on Sunday last, several members of the Jockey Club sported curly Astrachan waintcoat lu question,1 which were us much admired as envied. The Chojeuit Jmjicrutrice, a black or vio let velvet, copiously trimmed with flowers, jet hangings of lace, enjoys all the vogue nt present, and is the bonnet worn for nonce by the most distinguished female per sonages in 1 ranee. Battle-field Heroics. in ho Mr. orui.in Moldy, beloretlie Polytech nic ussoi'hiiion, of 1'htludclphia, recently, presented somn curious statements fur nished in an ollicial rcpurt on the buttle Gettysburg, slating tliut a7.f74 guns were picked up alter the engagement il.OOO which were loaded. Of this number one half had two loads each unllred, one-mmr- ter hud tliree loads, and the remaining ti.OOO contained over ten loads upicee. Many were found having from two bulb-is over one charge, in others the iow der was placed above the ball, one gun six cartridges with the pa)er umoni, one Springfield rifle tweuty-tlirce separai eliuru-e tti-rti found, u hile onesiikootii-lifii'i, iv... ...... ..t.. ...I ... i...n... sixty buckshot rumined in prumtscuously. Democratic Country Convention. J The Democracy f Montgomery County are req (tested U assemble at the-Democratic Ilond(iiiarters,lln iHiytou, on Jttitmjny, J)ecmriT2it, 1800, To apHint twelve Delegates to represent the Democracy of Montgomery County In the State Convention of thfl Democracy, to e hold In Ooliitnbns, Ohio, January 8, ltt'7, Toliomlftrrte cnndMafes for the severs! offices to 1 filled at tb ensuing October Slate election. Let there lie a fill attendance upon this occasion, and begin In earnest the work of thorough Organization, and the earnest work of redeeming oiir,Statc and Nation from the destructive, agencies of ltadlcal ism. Hy order of the !emocratlc Central Committee. H. GILLESPIE, Chairman. December 18, 1866. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1867. a a To thr DttMomsrv orpnio: A State Convention of the Democracy of Ohio will he held at Columbus, on Tuesday, the 8th day of January next, ta nominate candidates for the following filers, and for the transactlonof such other business us mar conic before It : fSarernnr; JJtutennnt Utiveriutr; Auditor of itititr; 'yrnturrr nf Slate; Supreme Juiljr; Attorney (inieial; Mnnber Hoard o f )ubllr York. The ratio of represcntatiou will bo as lulk.wa : One delegate forrsch county ; an additional delegate for every fi00 votes cast forTifOMss M. Key for Supreme Judge at the last election; nnd au additional dele gate for every fraction of 'J.V) or more votes so cast. 1'1'hls ratio gives to the counties collec tively 615 Delegates, to Montoomkh Y coun ty, . It Is respectfully suggested that, as far as it may be practical aud convenient, tho del egates be chosen on hatnrday, the 20th day of December. ' We avail ourselves of thU'eccasion to urge upon thn Democracy au Immediate organization, and especially township and ward organization. Xow Is the time to spread nseful information among the peo ple; but this can not be done without a thorough and clllcient organization. That our principles will ultimately triumph we lo not doubt for to do thnt. would be to loubt the possibility of free government but we can not achieve rik cess, and avert despotism, without labor; nnd we cannot begin our labors too soon orprosecute them too earnestly and steadfastly. Hy order of the Democratic Stute Central committee. JOHN G. THOMPSON, Ch'n. C. J. BEAM, Secretary. November 20, 1866. The "Flaunting Lie." a is of of in The Louisville Democrat puts It thus Once ii pnn a time the Xew York Trihun went into poetry, as below : Tenrdnwn the flanlitlnv lie- fiiill'Uist the stsrry hsr-i Jilstilt ui suuny sky Willi aatc'k polluted rug! Some years after, a fellow in Xew Orleans tore (low u "the Haunting he. ' and General isuuer. without ceremony, banged him for it. Greeley has not yet said a word in be half of the man who followed his advice; but, on the contrary, is a last friend of But ler, who did the hanging. Lovaltv ehiinircs with the times." Hit on Biiynton. The Qniucy (111.) Herald thus pays its respects to this clerical mountebank. It says : 'Kovnton evidently thinks that his Con gressional chaplaincy makes him news re porter to Heaven, anil so outstrips Craiir and other newsmongers In dispatching in- lorniutinn oi me frruntinroi negro sullrnire in the District ot Columbia. With such u chaplain there Is no wonder Senator Foster saw the need of organizing thirty-one Congressmen into a praying club." ET The removal of Adjutant General Schoi'i.ku, of Massachusetts, was on ac count of his opposition to Uenernl Hut- i.kii's noiniiiutiou for Congress, lie in tends publishing letters, it is snli, thnt will connect General BuTi.Kit'a name with several profitable speculations during the war, with which the public are not gener ally acquainted. New Advertisements. on the the to a is tho the of of six hail iu i XllTICK .1. A. W AiTKRarhnlnir"nui 1 the unllre iutrrtieluC Wolu-ri KhIo, In the li-UK Slitio on Uie cornur of Third siul St. tjluir srr,-ets, iraytoii, iinin. iironosei to uu the Mlo4-.k. bo as to acrommorislu the )obliinraH well lie sett leil bv J. A. tValturs, or Mr. Kelso, who will remain ui the establishment for the present. Ue-JlUlw S. & E. STEKMtEKVEB, MERCHANT TAILORS, . 205 TllIHD fiTlll.F.r, NEXT IK) OH to POSTOFFIOE o L O T All shsrlii of the best: FRKXCH AND ECLI U CHINCHILLA1 BEAVER! For Overcoats; Cloths, Cassimerei, Veitina, ' Under'olothlng, Oents' Furniahlng Goods, Jj in ino nosi iuautT jiint reclveil. I N Gr I N a mts niudo looidttr, in the J.uUst and J&jat fatito&naU Styl4, ui irir-4 a rrasonalilK anyeitablisb uiciit iu ttiu t'.liy. Satisftivctiou OuttvraiiteAtl. orllawfim MiTKK. 'IMtK )inl,lii- ure liertliv uolillcil that liny shall X not trniit niv wife. KiMana loughrty, on my auoount, as I will iay no ilnhts M h,ir cnntrai-tiiikr. JAilKS l)llU(rHtlti. Di-.-.-iuac'r 17, 180. dticlT-aiu- NOTIC'K. -Ml K -tocMiolilenior the AllainUlinrit A Canter vine l'urnihA4ointany will lnHit their an. I l.uuilnsr Vnr.l onloe of .1. II. Urovo ,t Co., in Mi- aiuinuarg-. Ohio, on the Hocouil MouUay ill Jiuiu ary. hetwet'u the hoara of ono auti three o 'i-liwk V. a. (i. . tilloV K, Prualdeut. liecemlwrlO. lUKI. ' ilenlillwu4.14 To Their Customera. tit. JOHN fJKIl) -v ill 11 give hi attention to lit rllsUiu)ar w ho inuv i-alT at thel arrlaife Man 'ta-iof Jraon. a.'iuaiw II. IS.3L.I3Nr 33, FINE JEWELRY STORE! NO. 3:iO TIIIIM) STREET, tW Alt Voff IteitrrKentrd. Warranted a seifl Special Notices. A Cough. A Cold. or A Sore Throat, RF.Jl'lnna IMMEDIATE ATTMK- TION. AND SHOULD BE CHECKED. If AI.LOn KB TO COMTINX, Irritation at the Permanent Tliraat ), trt'in. Dinptian IS OFTEM TIIK RK.SULT. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES llnvinfr allroctlufluencto the psi tu, QIVK 1MMF.DIATR RKLIKK. For Bronrbltls. Anthir,. CAtnrrli. Cob duinptlvo and Throat Dlnoaiiea, Troche, ntf ui( ilh always frood mccent. SN(,.Kb AMI lTHMC Sl'KAKKItS wlllftii'l Trncht usofulln ctrartnir -h voice whci tit ken hpfori Sinking or Sptiuking, and rtillerlng tho throat f.llt-r an uuiifual exertion of the vocal orK'jin. The Trochs are rerom mended and pre icriU-il hy I'hyNtrinns, and have had teitimonialt from eminent men throughout the country. Being nn artii ln of truo niorit, and having pro4& their Hfflcacy hy a tt of manv yrarn, each year flndt them In new localltioH fn vavlotm narti of the world, nnd the TYocAea aro unlveriially pronounced bettor than other article!.. Obtain only "UUOWK'S BRONCHIAL TKO- C11K3," and do not take any of the WortUt Imi tation that may bo offered. Sold every-where In the United fltaten, and For eign Countries, at W cents per box. noS0dw8m k M PFRHMfc FOB THE HADEERtUIKT. 'baton's INbeNi lllooatiag Crreas." 'INlKhl Blooaiiai C'rreas." ''IViltl Uloomiag Cereua. Nlaht lllaamlag area." 'Night lllaanafag l.'erra. I'kalan'a A mart exqulvlte, delicnli, and Frngrsnt Psrfuuta, dim led from the rwre Mid Iraiuitlfnl tfuwer from whk-h It taken It, nnrae. elaoufuslurrd only by rHilvH dV )ON,Nw l ark. 1IF.WAI1K OV COUNTERFEITS. ASK 'On VHALON'S TAKE NO OTIIKR Jyisd TW FsTteowljr-4r Mrs. WINSLOW, An experioncet Nurse ami Vn;ilH I'hytticiaii, Presents to the Attention ? Mather her SOOTHING SYRUP! Fur Children Torthliijj, Whicb greutljr ftujllltatC! tho prorcuR of ti-ethlnf. by.wfteniiiK the g'Oins.refhicinKnll Inflammation, will ullny ALL TAIN and spasmodic actlou.audi Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon it, mothers. It will gire rest to your- elros and Relief and Health to Your Infants W have put up and told thliartiele for oyer 80 years, and can rat ik confidkmci and truth of It what we hare no Tor been able to say of any other ineilicino hKvtH has it paii.kd in abinuli in stance to kffkct a ct'Bi!, when timely used. Servr did wo know an lns,Uncoof disKatltifactlon by any one who usod it. On the contrary, all are delighted with tU operation, and tfppuk in tenns of ooinniuuUittinu of lu miiKit'al cflTootH and medi cal virtues. We speak in thin mutter "what wb no know," Hftr W) years' experience ; anp plkooi H'R RKKlTTATlON fiR THK VTLKILLUKNT OF WHAT wk itKt r.AKK. In ulmi;tTverv inttance where tne MUHUt Ik suUerliiir I'rtHU imln anl exhauntion. lief will bo. found in lliXovn or twmity uiiuutes aiiv.T ine syrup m uuiiiiiiiiitrcd. Full direction lor uKiitKWill aocomuanr each bottle. None iron n i no unleHs the fauvsimil nf CL lU ls, i'KKKl,&,.ww Tovk,i8on theouuide wrfiniter. Hold by all DruKKt1 throughout the world. PRICE ONLY 35 CIS PER BOTTLE, aV4ilr.ttm Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia Is the most popular I1A1H I.KSTOKATIVK of the day. It in cleaner, more richly perfumed, and .-.warranted to restore irray hitir to Its natural color; stop It coming oil ; remuvu dandruff from the scalp, and prevent baldness. Head the fw I low ing home testimony : C'KRTIFICATE. The follnwlnc ti to c-ert fv thnt 1 havo Ufid FUM.'S VKCiKTABl-K A M UltOSI A for the pa.t Kin months, and I havo found hi it all that is claimed fr it to perform. My bead ha been near ly bald for several years will lie safe iu saying for lx yeais. at lehl and by adhering to the direc tion in the i se of tho A Mliltosl A. I am proud to hiiv that 1 now have a line growth of healthy hair, whilst uM I'ther rt'storutlves have failed. lean nlMi testify an to its qualilies in restoring gray hair to iu origliiitl rohtr. having Keen it tented by inv moMt lntiinae ffieniln. 1 know it to be supe rior lo alt oilier restoratives. What 1 do know, 1 know trom .txpenentre, in reference to Hit proer t1ct, mid n oiittl recommend it to all as being tha U'.mt nvlUde l.i mitrket. H al. M. UI 1'1'A flu. IhtyUtn, hlo, Augti-t S4, .WW. K. M. Tl hits Jfc CO., Tmp's, Peterboro, N. H. For sab- 'jy all liruggisti tu Payton, and every Vthere. Ir.V. U.ITKWAKT, auiTnlnwam Vhoh:tile Agent. Dayton, O. aMKIUCaiL' NOTJCK. lsr, MIHH; may be committed as follows: lu .YTu nttijp Phillips HoiiRe, on Fridays, Sept. U: iii i. Ill; Mjv.JW; Dee. Feb. 1; Jnarch ; April I: . May 1" ; June In TKM.' at t)n Morris House, on ttatiirdavs 4vpl lf: tirt '.Ml; Nov. ','4; iHc.W; Feb.l: Wai'-b W; April VJ: May 1H: June ta. In N I at the Ueput Fating IloiHe.on 1'hurs- dflvi.sepl IS; Oct 18 Nov. Vlf ; liec. '41 j J-vD.al; Ilan h t: April 11 : May It); June . In Hf'itiNorirJi.ii ut tne Willis House ou,u llltlimi.tt?, nrji 411. i ii , ,iu o Mil. O I g Vlf. 1; March April 1H; Mnyft-i; June.. Or. CNF hH had ofliren iu each of the above places, ttutl hi bus leunlarly visited for the pl seven yearn, and in he ha, treated and cured many ratit'ntH, in eio'h of the above nlacen. he can give the he,-t of rtaiuteiiises iu encb place as to his skill. Dr. i.uSK Til-sir. au'l t.uies all varieties of Ch naiSc dica-M r. incltuliiig ttione of the Ke aud K;tr: niuketa im I'liuia.t tor couNullavtiou t but if thofH wliticMihUli hiiutlusiretreatiueut.lietiharges Cnh fur lilt Mtulicinr ilo.h.-.l moiilli, luilii'.iui'i Ibiit w ill lust u iiat ittntfrora four to lis u-t Irum fc ivi! to llilrly diillara, in i:an wiuiiriiNki ,r. tl,. uuaii., COLUMBUS, OHIO. Oi SO illy ; Spacial Caution. Aira.WINNI,llVlMOOTIIISjU VH I hai4 liecomu hu jioiMilur that vuriou, jrarUat tauva put out articlea callilia them aire. Wintflow'l. 1'lcasa take notii-a Hint TnHMKS.WINSI.IIW OF TIIK KOOTIIINU ttV Kl l" H NOT ClIN N HUTfcD WITH AMY OTIIKK AKTICLB. JuHdaworn H.kack'a Hitlara. I Jal,"iaida goutUiuiao to biafritind who ra. maxkoil that "Uraeaibavekaara aaa4, Bait Ha back a ait batter." r &QSjdii? Special Notices. Book Store. Holiday Goods RIOKEY'B BOOK STORE! Yftry Finely OraMMeatttl Writing Desks, GIotc Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Dress lug Cases, Toilet Boxes, Bickey's Book Store. A (Xill aad Complete Mae ( tine Travellnsr Bags, Fine Leather Goods,', AT Rickey's Book Store. GAMES, TOYS, fiJIVEMLES, FubJoiutble Writing Papers, Envelope, Partfolloi, Baaken' Caiei, Ladles' Pocket Companions, FINE POCKET WALLETS, III EQLB FEIS, Rickey's Book Store. A few copies of ttm Wo-w Directory FVSTHK CITY of DAYTON, (JUST PUBLISHED.) May be had at Rickey's Book Store S new supply ef Arnold's Inks, Faber's Pencils, C.lloU's Pens, Eagle Penelto, it Rickey's Book Store, Fine Prayer Books, Bibles, Albums, Dominoes, Chess-men, Chess-boards, Water Colors, Wostenholm'a Cutlery, Richey'i aplli-lyd. Book Store. Amusements. CRAKD ENTERTAINMENT II M'BIfta TUB HOLtDATS. COM UkNCIMl Tburnday Kvenlnir, Iember ). THK FAIR. AT CLlKVi HALL. UlVllf ar The Ladies of St. John's Churoh ver Anvthln mi. I... h.,1 : . . . . . . ria '.,ir i TV P'"" " nmie to a S S; L- , i h' H". ' '"" "'I t hamaer ....... v.-.. ... a rimi rarior HtOTr. Groceries flour Apples. I'mat.., Sewlna MvMyv". aiti. V,r7 1 i ii1 'i"?' "'vajul Fork., . , " T ,, . . ' "WtOBl, Toys, rriiita. A I.a.rir iuiit'Miiilil ar..,. . mu i ym tMBm, (.gffee and hunch Mrr4 V. . .. . biijr I All .liar (ntfit.l . ...i .i j .... . . ,m,M",n lOoenta doi-IMS Wants. AITAXTKn-Klirhtwri ropfclalil TounV ladlea ,7 nua Innna.llataly. Ir lb. fcalif Ir ,iS WA,TKt9POKK Tt'HNKB.-A maa w erooloynien. from the o.r.SlX t'hX, trulr 'comnatoiit man BeeU apply' j!SIIS',u Turner c'o., Detroit. Mich. PP Y nuZilf Wants. Business Notices. 1 Doctor . BTKICLAND'3 TOMC. 1 m DYSPEPSIA I Dr. Stricklavd iubw i cuncen- racod rrmtaratlon ofRnfitaand llerha hiitlavriiU ana carminative! to atrenfrthon the stomach and nrrroua ayatom. It la a certain remedy for Dyopopnla or Indium- v.wm, urrtmniiraa, i,oaa oi Appetite, Aeldl- tV Of the Htninflph. Vlarnlnnf,v and rAKtll.H It la not alcoholic, therefore particularly nlted for Weak, Nervous, and l);apeptie irciauua. rorsaie rjy ail urnggints ererT whereatfl perbcrttle. i , ... 5 j g ' CUKE 1 Dr. Ktrickland'a PILE REMEDY! FOR PILES Hag cured thousands of the vroret cases af Rllnfl and KlMAdltta. 1I1.. r. u. i ...a- i, Hitni 1 1 1 1 1 11 r- fl Btn rnl nf . ... . Try It directly. It Is warranted to cure. For sale by all Pnifrjrlsts at (SO cts. pir UUtUD, Dr. Htrlckland'a Um.LIFLVOLB COUGH BALSAM COUGH 1 NO I MOKE. I Is warranted to be the only preparation known to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarsened Asthma, W'hooplnjr Cough, Chronic Coueh . Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. B in(f prepareu iroin Huncy and Herbs, It healinir. softening, and expectorating, au particularly suitable forBllaHentions ofth Throat and I.ungs. For sale by Druggist everywhere. Ian3 New Advertisements. Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD St LAZARUS, uro. 7& DAAirgr street, (Under Phillips IIoiihb.) Hara tho flaot jtock of Et'KOPLAN uo.l AMBK- lUA.l LAi'ba, Victorinoa, Gents' Fur Collars, 3XufTs, Gloves, cfeo. Mo batter utook In the city, and PRICES A3 LOW AS THE LOWEST. ' ,'. 'i The ON LT place la th oltwhw FURW r manufvotunu U order. uoVaiUui Opora-Ho use HAT STORE, KVKRY DKSCRIPTIOK Or HATS, CAPS, AND Gentlemen's Furnishing GOODS" LADIES' GLOVES, OcC?. FURS! FURS 1 FURS I Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furs of every , de scrlpllon Buffalo, Weir and While Foi Bobes all sizes. . 1 All bouaht Jlract from the malinfartarle., aad will be aold at great bargalna. Our Prioes Defy Competition. Sew Goods Received Every Week. M. A. HKRKilAN. Mo.M Main at, Opera-Houie Cerner. lec-dlT Dayton, Ohio. Sale Postponed to Thursday, December 20. Small Faxm at Fnblio Sale CJO X-O AOIU3Sf Thrm aa4 -klf mttt from Dqvn. t4 RW iVwaVo.. . . ON TIIK Wa DAT OV PKCKMBEB, UM, At twoo clot k v u., J will oO.r fur ula at pulilki auction, the (arm i.n which t n I've, cuutaiuiug UK aurea-ara am tlmiMrj tba lalanue un.loa lUltlvalUm. 8oll xellen part crevk buttou. sua iart uplaad. The building. con.i.tof a guuj, new it-.tory liame auuaa. atabiti, tubaoco-aheu, Ac. auarti I ' On the .aue day. oomnMiiulnr at tan o'clock A. 114 1 will oUur at public !. all luy aloek, (arnalug utauitll., and nou.enou anu aiaunen lurniiuia. J.ilt.LVlLl.lC TAXES FOniCCG. Treasurer's INTotice. r aaX PATKHS are notified that the Treaaarer X I. now ready to reueire the taxea nf Ibnli. The law require, each Ta-iiayr to pay one. half the taaea anataaed aaain.f hint on riil and peraonal property ,,Uigetler with the whole of the Ku. and .trnet Improvement, on or before the Suib iImvoC lMMMtnlM,r ihm ami the ronialnina half Oil or )etiire the Duth day of June, IMti'i. paiXon or beiiHre the villi day of Pereaiber, tiie w hole of .aid taxe. Iienoiue due. Onl.e hour., from in a a. to a o'clock r. a. DAN1KI. STALKY, Tree.. Mont. o., V. ' Trea.urer'n Omce, October U, lHtW-dawM Dr. C. McDERMONT, i Surceon General of Ohio. ovncaV-coRKBS THIRD AM WaLKaNaoiT 8'CShWA, A oaaatr