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THE DAILY EMPIR15.
H, it It. u. , HDHI1MI1. riTciit ... ttmr. .. Aaaaclatta, DAYTON. OHIO, Monday, - 'December 31, 1866 News by Telegraph and Mails. The C'omrn'wIonM Iiiviwllgatlng Com mlUeeinlo New York Cn-tom lloiiw fntiuK show that one olttclal made upward of . 0(10 above his salary. Tim claim against M. Amman, In France, bv Ui L'nited State. I 10.000 franc. which l the amount raid by tonfmlrrntcs lor hlm-of-war. Mr. HcMANTON, Prenldcnt of the Sew Haven ltallroail, s1Ivmm1 from tho pliitlnnn of Kir oil Saturday morning, and wm almost Instantly killed. Tin" ran passed over III lllM. The Navy IepHilnjeiitlia.H received no In formation Unit HumtATT will lie brought to thin country on tho Hov:itra. It In not liniirolHthlo he gmv be tranil'cireil to another vessel. Tin" receipts from Internal licvcnuc to date for the fiscal year are 1H..MK(,0(10. THE YACHT RACE. We have new by the Atlantic 'able that the yacht Henrietta, In the race neniM the ocean, was the Urst III at t owe. Nie was commanded by the juvenile JaMks Ciiudok Ukn.nilit, of the New York lleraUI. The new hotel at SpriiifrnVUl, UK, completed. It Ik tho largest hotel In the Wont, and will he know n as the l.eland House, tho celebrated I.klanu's of New York, having it in charge. William's Hotel, at Chicago, was lie Ftroyeil by tire on Saturday night: loss, $ lO.tKMI. The gusolina and pitratlno factory of V, 1!. Winch rhtkk. South Hrooklyn. and the oil retluerles of Ja. HunsoN and .1 a. I.. Hiii'stox, were burned on Satunlay even ing. Ijws, J;H),O0O; partly Insured. Two men were fatally burned. F.ight negro hog thieves in one party were shot and killed, oposilo .Mound City, 111-a few nights ago, by a party of white citieus fvliuhad been frequently roblieil by them. The Pemaeoke('o(ton Millsnt Flshcrvillo. New Hampshire, were destroyed by tin: yesterday, f.oss $75,000. Two hundred and titty oieriitives are thrown out of em ployment. Several failures, principally among clothing and dry good merchants, have occurred In Memphis during the past week, one clothing merchant failed to the amount of $ 130,000. The feeder dam of the Central Canal, twelve miles above Indianapolis, was washed away on Friday night and Satur day last. The accident throws out of em ployment some four hundred men, in various manufacturing establishments de riving their water-power from this dam. Major General J. J. Reynolds ban been appointed to command the military dis trict of the Itio Grande, In place of General SKlMiWieK. Gkohok Sciilkuki., a lithographer, in New York, has been arrested, charged w 1th engraving counterfeit labels of the l.oxn woktu Wiiic-tnanufacturiiig Company, of Cincinnati. "Ruhou-h'd Opera 1 louse," at Spriuglleld, Illinois, was opened for the tirst time last w eek. It was erected at a cost of $rJ0,0OO. and e are assured that "It has no superi or in the West except Ciiosby's, at Chi cago." The chiefs of the Sioux uial Sissetou In dian tribes, of Minnesota, have been order ed to Washington, to make a treaty for the cession uf their luuds and to guiii-iintei' a Kate route over their country to Montana: also for locating them on farms, and for guarantee of peace and security to our frontier. The ocean yacht race for!K),000 w as won by JaaucsIIokdon IttNNKTr.jr's, yacht Hen rietta which arrived at Cowes, isle of Wight, at 0 :4fi, on Christ mas afternoon. Tlie Fleet wiug arrived at 2 o'clock, and the Vesta at 3:30, next morning. The Henrietta made the trip, calculating the difl'erence between London and New York time, iu thirteen days, twenty -hours, and fifty minutes, beat ing the Fleetwing eight hours and llftueu minute and the Vesta nine hours ami lorty flve minutes. Make Way for the Women! and tuffraije shall go together. The New York Exprau has a brief word to say on that line which is not without Its points: Tho Radical Tress of the West, which are so tierce for negro suffrage, are making ..it ,. .... .,. t.i .,.! .....r (tit Blfiw, VI IUII U,IT UlC men l, JM nig siii- l'rage to women. If negroes are to vote generally, women will not long bo ex cluded from the ballot. Those who begin innovations will find it hard to stop. It Is easier to break the dikes than to mend them, and this the Radicals, by and by. may rind to be true, both to their cost and their sorrow. The subicct of woman suf frage Is far ahead of the point readied by the negro suffrage question before the war. and between "agitation," "gallantry," "equality," "liberty," &c the few women who demand all this, will In time carry i ne (lay. A Big Thing. They are to have the lu x ury of a new and capacious Court House in New York city A letter from there says : Responsible parties put iu a bid to ftir iilili the marble at rA,000. Hut it so ban pened that one member ot what is kuowii as tue "King got possession ul some mar ble lands up lu Kerksbire county. Ma., at a cost or some t,U00. lie proposed to lur ulsb the marble at a irlveu price bv meas ureuient, and so the bids of the aforesaid responsible parties were rejected, and the proposal of tne "King " man was accented lie has made a irood thiinr of It. Inasmuch as he bad already drawn over lm,0O0 tor marble wlncu another coulit sell at 2lt, UW, and has In aildition sold the quarry which he purchased lor -t,0O0 at a round price ol more than S l.uuu,0Uti. That Is w hat may lie called a good Investment of Sl,uoo lor a little more than two years. A Missing Comedian. "Dan Sictxhull," as he was popularly known one of the four great comedians the American stage is believed to have been lost at sea. He sailed from Sau Fran cisco nearly a year agu, for Auckland, New Zealand, where he had an eugageuieut to play, and the ship Trieste, In which betook passage, has not since been heard from. It U possible that, with his fellow passengers, ha may have been cast away on some desert lslaud, but the uii.a probable conclusion Is that be has perished. A "Chase" After Office. bald the lloston Ilrrnht, the other day i "It Is rumored thatflilef Justice Chase hi" Iwen oflereil the Prvl'lciM v of the l'a elrle railroad. eated tv the ilcinrture of tieneral flx for Kurope. The salarv Is TI.Mmo per annum." To which the New York Hrf aps'iuls, with a mon- facetious tone than the dignity of the Chief .lust lie business would sccin to suggest, that t onsuiering that lunge t liase Is now presldlmr Justice on the Supreme lieneh ; erN-tiiiU presiilenl of all the negro con ventions In the country ; an active schemer for the succession to the 1'resiileiiey ; and that the Radical programme propose to make him a M-ddlcr of smiill Nstmiistcr ships and other Kililical favors to party m'U if the Judge accepts this new addi tion to his duties, present and prsoetivc he will have his hnnds full." We have iersoully known the now Chief Justice of the I'liited States well on to thirty years the greater portion of that ieriiMl, we have known him well; audit gives us pleasure to testify our testimony based on that lengthy acquaintance, and the facilities It u Horded for us to forma prolonud judgment of his morbid unw il lingness to accept public olllce. only when unci uiMin 1 1 1 1 1 . and there Is no escaiie hnw large his capnclty Is. to perform the duties of not only- one, or a dozen tllcc but If the public exigency should arise ami It seems as if one was culminating that way he can till them all, from President of the t'nlted States which he would most prefer dow'n to township constable, or, ward ovcrseerof the poor, neither of w hich would he ''throw over his shoulder," rather than refuse doing duty for the public, for whose Interest he has ever tailored, with a diligence and zeal excelled only by his dis interestedness. Knowing him so well, however his marked modesty, all through his aiiticul career, when the several olllccs which he has. at various limes, tilled, when IhruMt iiHn lilni we do not hesitate to call the attention ol the country tot lie prosisitiou, already made in Congress, to insist that the Chief Justice shall take lu charge the tlniiuces of the Government shall not only lie Chief Superintendent of law, which he now is, but shall be Chief SuHar!nteudent of Internal Revenue, without which his kind of law would be rather Inefliclent. Probably the Chief Justice would rebel against such onerous duties being added to tlie large load ul ready piled iion his un willing shoulders, but we know how, here tofore, gentle persuasion reached his, seem ingly, iullexible olip-ctious f taking olllce, and howjie ultimately gracefully yielded, when convinced that the public necessities demanded a sacrifice of personal comfort and a slight giving way of innate, prover bial modesty. Possibly, too, we ure not disinterested in this matter ! 'Well, w e frankly confess that should the otllcc of Chief of Internal Rev enue be forced npou lilui and, of course, .force will be required he will have afforded him all the facilities to trace out where can be found that discrepancy in his cash ac count, which was left unexplained, when lie retired from the Treasury, of Thiiity Millions oi- Ihili.aks.. - Fun Ahead—"Stand back and let the Coffin pass." caption of "t.'oivnior (Win ijmtmbmirJ" the Cleveland 1'lain Intln; of Thursday last, treats us this nice little dili uf savory hash. We wish It distinctly hi be generally well and widely understood that we are a Sin knck man, in such an 1 im portant and interesting exigency : tiovernor Cox. of Ohio, Is evidently des tined to be defeated for re-uemlnation by the party which elected him InlHOf,. It is given out Unit General Robert C. Schenck will Ik- a candidate for the Governorship, antic paling an easy victory over! tox a tri- uuiphant election by the people, and an ilil mediate promotion Iroin tin- chair ot State to the Semite of the I'nited States. Mr. Sclieiick is evidently now the choice of the Radicals for Governor. The evasive, un manly and iinsatislactory courseof General Cox. n to n the question of nmjro miffratje iu the campaign of lWij, created against him in the iniiids of the earnest Radicals the most intense ilisgiist, and they propose to seek their revenge by cutting him oil' with one trrui. We do not think General Cox has force enough, or strength sutllclent. b.) re sist the pressure to that end. Uesides the ill will ot the Radicals, a larire faction of the military wing of his party do not like him. and will join in the crusade airainst hiiu. It Is said that Adjutant General II. R. Cow an seeks the Governorsliin as u re ward for his invaluable services. during the war against rebellion, and that a "ring" well known iu Columbus as skillful inanl pulauirs has been formed to secure tlie prize for Cowan, even as against Schenck and Cox. Hut Cowan Is a light weight, and w ill give but little trouble, (ieueral Scheuck'sdesire to be Governor is prompted solely by his itching for the Seuatorship. r rom liretendeil conservatism General Schenck' has sprung into tho most ultra radicalism. He seeks to become morn of a Jacobin than Wade, and rival that worthy in the esteem of the Western Reserve. He will be the most prominent com petitor with Wade for tlie seat now ooclipicd by him In the Senate. Scheuck's friends claim that Suutliern Ohio Is entitled to the Seuatorship, and If he gets the nom ination ot the Radicals tor Governor, lie is master of tlie situation, ami controls the campaign, thus preventing a repetition of the game played upon him in the Sherman Selumck struggle, when the Stale Central Committee managed to nut Sherman in all the radical counties of the State, w'here he made it Ids business to trrnre the votes of memoirs certain ol an election, while ueneral seiienek was turned iuto counties where Radicalism had no show, and he had no opportunity to secure commitments to himself. The General llmi swore vengeance both against Sherman and Cox, and he now proposes to commence the light by throw ing poor i ex overooiiru. A Court Scene. A very atlecting scene occurred lu the Louisville City Court, on the lllth, betueeu a lather and son, named Fosika. The young man was before the court, on several charges of forgery, and his father, a w hole sale grocer, w as made the principal witness. When asked If he bad hot paid similar checks for his sou, he replied, bursting Into tears, that he had paid between $lf,000 and IS. 000 for htm. The heart of the old man could stand it no longer, being compelled to thus make public the faults of his sou. The scene lu the court, as the stout man shed tears like au Infant, was most sad. Such an lucnrrigible scamp wik not worth one, tear, but what will not a parent do? The Only Chance. lu regard to confirmations, Mack, the Washington correspondent of the Cincin nati Commercial aays: '-On the geueral subject of conliruiutloiis, Senators have agreed to be guided lu their action by rec ommendations of members from the dis tricts In which the appointment are made. If the members say It's all right, the nom inee will be confirmed; If not, he'll go overboard." A Fanciful Plot to Destroy Congress. The Cincinnati Vnmmerfhti of the 11th Inst, gives the following circular addressed to each of the Radical members of Con gress, prior to leaving their hornet lor Washington, by a person iu (lilcago, named I.. M. Smith. It is one of the vagaries ol fanaticism, but not at all more ludicrous than a large proportion of the charges against public ofticcrs which now have general currency and command the Im plicit confidence of the credulous: Gknti.kmkn I havo recently come Into possession of Inlormatiou to the effect that a plot has been lormeil to destroy the lives of a sutllclent numlicrof Republicans to reduce mem 10 a ininorny in l ongress. Kaiiroau aii ldents, Nlsoning. etc, will be resorted to as the means to accomplish this result, and unless you are very careful they will succeed. My advice to each of you would Im to start for Washington two or three days before the time announced, and iro un observed, and keep a sharp lookout, alter you gei mere, lor still deeper plots are iu store for your dest ruction, and the over throw of our republican government. I have the w hole secret of ihelr plottings from the very commencement, and will reveal Itall when the time arrives. Andrew Johnson is acting true to his constituents, and has been playing the "role" of a modern Judas, from lStil all the way down. There are more traitors, how ever, besides Mm. engaged in the present conspiracy. The business of General Me Clellan lu l''uroM lor the last two years has been with the Pope and other high dignitaries of the Catholic Church, to form a coalition between the Catholics and Democrats to reinstate the Democratic party in aiwer. You w ill recollect that a council of Catholic bishops was held ill Hallitiinrc a few weeks ago, with closed doors, and their deliberations conducted iu Ratio ; and you will also recollect that a very distinguished American citizen (being nodes a personage than the President of the l ulled Suites), made a living visit to llaltlmore, the last day that' this council sal, and was iu secret session with him. This was all barely mentioned by the paupers, without comment, as no'lhing w rong wassiisH'cted, but as I had then re ceived a part of mv information. 1 well knew "what was in the wind.'' If Andrew th First ( t) did not then and there put his signature to a document guaranteeing the spiritual reign of the Rope upon this conti nent as a consideration for their assistance in establishing and perpetuating his tem poral pow er, then my information is of no account. I know whereof 1 sicnk. and how that I am not deceived. I have attached this cer tificate that you may know who ami what I am. Please don't let this fall into iui- bauds. Chicago, Illinois, November 17, 1866. HPThe speech of Hon. Ki.i.iaii IIisk, of Kentucky, made In tho House of Repre sentatives, on the Kith and 30th lusts, on the right of Representation In Congress, was the ablest Intellectual effort that has liecn made iu Congress lor many a day. It was the sjicech of allrst-elass Statesman. Ashlf.v and I.awrkncb, of Ohio, essayed to achieve a momentary distinction, by rubbing their flatulent stupidities against his commanding logic and unanswerable arguments, but only Ignobly failed. Hkavy Ukkk Cat-ilk. Last week. Mr. 1atid Kki.i.ey, of Wilton, Iowa, bought of Mr. Sixii.MAHTKH of Washington county, LT head of beef cattle, which averaged 1,1)011 iHuinds live weight. The mice naiil was $120 per head. The lot were shipped to New t ork. New Advertisements. Latest .News-Quick HuIchT Sniall I'rollts AT CSH30. HOCII W" A 1 T "t! - PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE- M. ;IIS third ttlrrel, Slgu at tUm Cinldcil Huul, IN oi-iler toKive place for a larifu spring stuck uf llools Kiel SUues, 1 u ill sell niy iiinru slotk nu tiuml at Kicutly i-t-tlucei! price.. Itvuts slut hhocs liuitlc tu ul'tler. Ucpttii'iiiK' neatly ilone. l.tOltl.K WWII WALT, 'lewlaa-Jia Uuyluu. Ohio. HI.OUinriKI.il A OTIS. Ulsnillic. Inrera of Plnno-l ories.- W'AKmoos.ir,s Itroiulwu), New ,ik. our 1'lANns am nckiiuH I iMkcU to Ik' etjuul II' nut superior in lime. turnl,il- uv, itnu iiuin to sny hi, ll in ew lurk or else where. WtHKANTKU FOB StVKN VkAaS. Price lotluoi any ulher lli-t cln iiiukers. Sen. I for prii u ht. ,U-i-l lliuinv NOTK'K. riMIK uinlcrsiLCiicil Imw (M-,;ii .luly iippo! uic.l ov- m. tiiiuis m nit; i;isi ut JMul M'sLitHU'lU or.litcob litllo. nr., iiilu of MoiviK'imH'Vv ( oiiiitv. luo, ill--M'MtwI. JollN lloliTKK. Ico. , lWiO-l(ivi JOHN .1. M1I.I.KU. A. PHI 1,1,11'H wuiilil rt'siii'Ct. I'llllv UllllilUUt'l' tu IliH I1 puti-mi mill tln itiililic, Kirttlly ttiMi iiv Un (tMiifl n HLup ut N.'. llnrtUticfi. u (Vw iliwirHfitsiiif i;. 1. MulK'i' at Him, unc tion rwiiii, wlu'i ti hv is llt'lHI't''l Ul lliltku lU unti l liiMitkitmlnliut'h, at rf'iitcetl prii(N,ot the lirnt nmtt'riaJ nmt wrk umiiliku muii tier. . It. Iti'i'itiniitf pruinplly 1uih'. Iwilnw ATLANTA HOUSE, AMI No. 31 market Slrret, Nin th slile. east vnti lit M.ll kel, DAVTOK, OHIO. Be-fltted, Ke-furnished and Ee-opjued on the European f? Ian, Br")miiihusn's run li unit Iroin nil truius Ample Ststiling fnr Horses. IcMawMiii JACOU WAliNElt, Proprlntur. NuxTTli " ri K HliH-kliiililers nl' IheOliiu Insiirsiiue rum. 1 pkiiv are liereliv iinlilletl tu iiiL ml Him nil:.... No. su 'i'hiiil Hlivel, tiuytoii, Olmi, ut out, o'uluek V. U. ull -Momluy. Jailtint-l 7. IW07. I'ol thH eloelion ol iiiiiu liiris-toiH lor tin, mctniiiK year, foil upeu fi-iuu one u, thtvi, u'clm-k jte!!! Vt . II OILl.tSflt:, Sueiutury. A t'AKI). " 'pllK uiekioisie'l woulj Intuitu the pul.lic that 1 tlmy havo lulil limir Slltlln Mtmk ul' UothlUK cloths Klllioshiiig I..MM1-,, etc., to PAL L A. L.AKKK who mil coutlliiie lilt) liuliueflw at tlm uit stauil ami to whom tti vsnilially rei-innmenil their olil frieniU ami uustoiueri. l lm husiimsur thuolil urni will be sullied by huiauuul ateruburger III Hhoiutbuia imlithUil will pltiane make curly iiavnitnit. diflMillw i. i. o. bXoHSllliitUKlt. (Suci ussor to S. K. .Slenioeisei ,) SO. tn TllIHU STltEKT, NXI ( POklolflce, OAV'l'ON, ((., ll'ot l.U notify hisold lil.uJs nurl Ui public T KO'ii'iallv that Us baa uksui ro.uineil bui UCbS, aiel Hill bereulter ktlep oiie of Ihu uiost complete sUs-ks of tJlothiiig, Alun'k Wear ami Kur lilahlliir i.isjo. in the inly, and which bu will sell cheaper than the cheapest. I all sua beconvineeil. jlts.J-ilnu 1'AL l. A. I.At hK. A'lT A 1 1 M K N T NOTW ' tf. Samuel OubUs v. (Jeora L. Deckerl. Ilel'ure luba l. nlieeiiau. J. f ol Ulauii Tow uablu. olout gomcry County, ohiu. ON the lulh duv of lleeeiulier. A. II. IHtO. aid Justice insiin1 au outer of uMuuhmeut In the ulsive action lor the sum of flub utl. I'umte i,et for hearing ou the UUl tiny ul February, lull, at eiuhl O'clock A. a. SAAll'EL DllUlo?. M i aiiuabury, ?., Decern ber u, laui. ju s a FINE JEWELRY STORE! 'l. ::iO TllllUf HTKKKT, tW AU (ooiIh Warranted a Special Notices. A Cough, A Cold, or A Sore Throat, HKgnlllKg IMMKIlIATK AITKN- TION.iM) SHOULD eat'llKCkKI). IK Al.l.OU KH TO CONTISIIK, lrriiailnf ihfnni,a I'irraaneal Throat Uiaeaae, or 'on aniupllon IS OPTKN I UK RKSl l.l . 13 1H.O W t'S3 BRONCHIAL TROCHES HiiviiiK ailireetliiltiiencelo ttie parts, UtVK IMMKUIATR KKMKF. for Bronchltli, Aslhria, Catarrh, Con- siiiupllve ar.il Tbrnal Dlscaies, Troefies lire ii'lsl with always jt'mmI success. SI Si, Kits AMI ft lll.Ii; .SPKAKKItS williliut TrwkM ii sei'u I in clearing the vulee wbun tukmi tietore iiikIiir or HpeskiiiK, auil reliuvluf ttiu tliront alter an unusual uxm-tlon of tue vucal organs. The 7ViN-A.it are riH-oinnieniliMl anil pre- Hi rllieil liy l'hyslclana, anil have hail testimonials from eminent lieu tlimiiKliout the country. Ilelng an artli'lti ut true merit, ami having- proud their eUlcRc.y hy n test of many years, each year tltnts theia in new Incnlitles in arloui parts of the wiirlit.anil the Trocktt aro liuirersally lirunuiineuil In'tler than uther articles. , Obtain only "IHMWN'S llltONl IMAI. TltO- CIIKS," ami ilo not takn any of the WorlUtu mi- tatUmt t lint limy lie nirei-cil. Sulil every-wherolli the llnlteil StnteH, ami Kur. elun Countries, at:t& uents porhAx. noViilwOni 1 KW PKRl'l HE FOR THE HUDIkEBCHIEF. Phalon'a ' ih Rloonaias Verena." Hk.l.n'. "Nidlil Blootiiiiii Vmmm." Photon- fVtghl Blooaaiiig Cinai." Fkoluo'a "IHiKhl KlooaaiHl Vmrnm." Phalou'a "Night Kloomlof (irmua." A molt sKqninils. delicate, and Frsrrant Pernima, dlsllllsd from tho rnra and bvautllul dowwr from which it taksi its name. Alsnufnrlnrrd only hy PIIAI.O V SOU, NCW Vork. IIKWAHK OF COtlNTKKl'KITS. ASK t-'OK PIIALON'H TAKE NO OT1IKR. JylSdMVFawnnwly-4r. Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia (ft tin- most pnpulai' HAIi: lilNroUA'.lV ol .tin ilny. It iHel'-rtiu'r, mon- ri.-My crl iiiimm), ail is Wrtrrntitfil to ntor k' liaii In its mil it ml color; stoi ittt coining olT; r.'inotit tlumt ru 0 I'rum tliuKcalp, an I prvvniit lialihu. Ucail the iol low in jt lionie li'xtlmony : CKHTIKICATK. Tho followinir It to wrt'l'v tliut I Imvo tiseil UlNti'S VKUKTAI.I.I-. AMliltUSIAfortlie pal ix months, ami 1 hnvo imnnl in it ull thai i I'tiiiniuil tor ii to pciionn. My head Iiuh buvu ni'ar ly Imlil for sivrnl yimrs H ill ttv hhIimh suvniKlor si j i'uw, at li'ust ami hv u'lherii.K to ttiu Uiroo in tin i hv ol' ttiu A M'HKOSI A, 1 nm proud to tuv I but I now liavii a llm growth of healthy hair, wlnUt all otlmr rt'Htoralivt s havo laill. i i au ul-.o tntif fts to its (in.litlf4 ht rt'htoriun gray hair Ut its original color, having muuii it U'sUil by my most lntima1 friends. 1 know it to bo supe rior to all oUmr rt'Htoratlve. What I do know, 1 know lrom expcrifiiro, in rtt'orLMieo to it proper titu, mid would rcrotniiiL'iid it to all us heiiiK the bestni tli li' in mitrkt-l W M. JU. lill'i'A Rl, Hayiuii, Ohio, August 24,lHti(i. t. M.TUItltri & t;0., Prop's, I'eterlwro, N.H. For Naif Uy till DruggiKU in Oayton, and every where. Ir. '. W. Nl i WAIi r, miri.luw.liii Wholi-Nulu Ant, tnyUiu,U. MKIUCA li ISOTICK. Vr. K. f'Omi-UnaybocoiiHultdasrollows: In PAVTON ut ttn-I'KiUli-H Hoiihiv on Kriduvu Hi'iit.M: tt't. 1W: Nov.!.'!: HfO.W: tv.l: llarrh H; April l-'; May 17 ;.Iuim"J1. in rin ai urn niorrib iioiiho, on ttaturdavs Sunt. ir: Oct. y: Nov.iM: IVimW: Keh ii: Mmi-hH V; Aprill:i; May 1H; Jum-J. In ,hN 1 A at tho Jti-potKatiitK HoiiHf.uii Tburn day. Si pt. 1:1; 0.-,t.H; Nov.W; lt'0.y7; Jan. 31: March 7 ; Airil 11 ; May Ut; Juneau. In KIMolSt.KIKI.l ut thi Uilliu 1 1 !. An Thursday, hpt. ail; N't. &; Nny Vl; ,lmi.(t; Koh. 1; Mnnh It; April JK; tMayUU; Jhih-7. nr. ( i-NK ha had ollh ii i n earh of tin MMivn iilat'fM. that ht ha rcifiiiarlv vimIiI lor Llm immt si-veil j'aii, and a- he )ia Ireated and rureil many raiu-ms, in eartioi tno aoovu plaovM, lit! ran uivw ttiu In't-i of ri'ti'rem'fji iu that'll place as to bin nkill. Ir. (UNK 'I'rutitn and tJnre ull varieticts ol I'lironb' ilUoase, Including those of tho Kve and nar; inakcH no ennrge lor I'misiilialioii hut if thotte who con u II hi mdesi retreat menl. he chric.. tjtsli for his MtMlicint'i. Medicines that will lattt a n:il lent from four to six months, cost from fc ive to Thirty dollars, in Cash Addre; Or. K.CONK, COM'MRU8, OHIO. o.o-dly Mrs. WINSLOW, An operk-nced Nurse and Female riiyxician, J'rftrntit to the Attention of Mother her SOOTHING. SYRUP! For Cliililreu Tci'dilntf, Which Kifiltly fiicilitalo tlm pioic.s of Uicthiuf , hysolteiiiiiK Ihc Kiims.rriluciiiKall intlitimnntitma, will allay Al.l. I'AIN uml spamniHliii action, ninlia Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon ll ninth. rs, it will give res! to ynur pclvu.1 and Relief ami Health to Your Infants. W have put up und -old this ai tide foruvur.10 yeais.Miid I'lM HAV IN CONFIDKNCK ANUTHtTTDttf a h liatwe have utver hern abl to Hay of anyothur medlcineNUVKa HH ir fau.kd IN A H1NULI 1N ITANCf TO VfVlCT A PtTHR, WllBD timfly UMd. Never did wt kiinH an instance of dlshaUfa'tion hy uny our uho ii-ed it. On the contrary, all aro delighted with its itpfiutlous, and hpeak in torinft of coiuuiuutiniloti of Its iitugicat uffecu and me.il cal viriiicK We speak lu this matter "what K 10 knot ," uirer mi yeat u'experieacai and PL i dub H' M KKHHi r ft TIO N KOK Til K Kl' LP I II, M KMT OF WHAT w jt uiu'i.AUK. in almost every instance wbem the inrant ts hiitferii. fiom pain and exhaustion, re lief will he louiid in llilcon or twenty ruiuutuH aitci the rup in administered. t ull duot tiuiw tor using will accompany tat b bottle None Kenuine utiles thfl fae-Himile ot 'l Iff I A J'htCklNh, New .ork, i uu the outiiie wrap all li ii.rK.rs throughout the worhi, PHICE ONLY U5 CI8. FEU B0TTLK. H-ieiiiw hid Special Caution. itlra.W lNI.OVVMKOU'rill!t Nf HI C hai, hecuiaij no popular thut vurioua pai-tltia havo put out article ealliiiir Iheni Aim. WiuHlow'a. l-liil.e tnke ictl, llmi I'll K MKS WINSI.UW lit I'll K HlliillllNii HV III' ! lit NOT CONN Hi TKU ifiiu axi oitir.n Anin i.k. JuxUawnui llokuck'o Blttero. la Jool,"naiu a (eutiiuuan to hit Mend whore markail that 'Wroeataackamr Koal, out HtMcm r oeuer." Special Notices. Book Store. A New Uagnttloeut DlapUjr of Holiday Goods I t I 1C K Y H BOOK STORE! Very Finely OruHieteJ Wrltiihr Desks, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Dress Ing fuses, Toilet Boxes, AT Eickey's Book Store. A Full and Cemjilflte I.iae of Fine Traveling Bags, Fine Leather Goods,; AT Eickey's Book Store. GAMES, TOYS, JUVENILES, Fashionable Writing Papers, Knvelopei, Psrtrolloi, Bankers' Oases, Ladies' Pocket Companions, FINE POCKET WALLETS, FAIBGHILDS COLD FENS. AT Eickey's Book Store. A few eple of tlie Now . Dirootoi'y, FMR TIIK CITY of DAYTON, (J UMT FUIiLlSHKO.) May be had at Rickey's Book Store. A uvvr auppljr of l- Arnold's Inks, Faber's Pencils, iaillott's Pens, Eagle Pencils, AT Rickey's Book Store. Fine Prayer Books," Bibles, Albums, Dominoes, Chess-mien, Chess-boards, Water Colors, Wostenholm's Cutlery, Rickey's 'Hook Store. aplM-lyd. Amusements. IUItNKIW Ol'KKA-IIOUSIv- '.M.TDRNKH BIIO .mpritara ln Comoilionne anil Voeallt, MISS MAYUNO. Colobrated Prim Donna, MILS. J. n. JACKSOV. Pnmlvr llanx-mr, M'U.E CAROLINE BRADFORD. " Bnira(ed esnrrwly for Arophlulo, MR. T. OA KLEV. Tburmlay Krenlnir, December 2T, Ami orerr fir.ninir nntil Hbar nottr, will ho prewnle.1 thi, c.!k-brll Scenic anil Lviomlarr play, .nlltle.1 the ' NAIAD QUEEN; . With MSSBW 1'mns.r.nw i M,...i.t.. - - - a. ii .a. ,V"T"UJ ' rf niunii mill nmw a. Th Mafrnifleent mwl Magical STAR SCENE, Navir asArn mhhoI.,1 lk kt. .i. . . wnut Mrh even I tig. . i imi!-nioi-rrriHMi mud Hitm l lmVi M cenUi Hulrony nn.l Fm.y Circle, 6 wiu- irl- lUMtm open at a nuarri-r lefore seven 6viiH'k Overture ut a quarter Imiurv . , Ursind UsllliaHs4iinl.i..nn. a. .. . . ' mwi , a-oint'k Wltb all IU matrnillmnt oonturao. v kn EroiniitA HOrSKT ONE GRAND CONCERT BY THK RKNOVVNEtl AKTISTS OK Mr. H. L. BATEMAN'S Troupe, AM""!111'" nl"lf,niriit nrecluile the piwalbllitj i tlmlragaluaiitwariBgrnUaytontlila iaawn. Monday livening, December Slut A leniliil Hrotrramuie will Ik. offerr J. Will Hill 0- thA r?a,,llna n.,l n 'NlKlitinjiuie', Trill," ami wllliSn'or Jirianiiifi the Alio, ,!tnNottea Vonexla." . , " . Will ulnar thm Rnmsn OM.. ll.tu.f-. ehanirinK-Bai.'ti'.Sr: heart," anil the duo with Madame I'areiia. Slgnor Perftnti,' Will Ml tier thn .H air . . . tuna, tho duo, "l n Seif retto." Slsnor Portuna, Will alliir thn Art. I'All. ,. . .. ' 3VIr. S. XX. Mills, Will norform I.ht''iilunimer Vlcht'a IVaan and a Boot ho red iluo vMt firf ;,,. "' Mr. Carl Xtosa) dim1 7?x s'm",,r d:iu"--" " Mr. J. U H ATTON CONDUCTOR iA.;Ll!.lIB.'0VL f.eJ.tra o'argi! for Secured mti lii-keu to lie had at Kenny Steele'. Muiie. Hu.r. The Grand Piano ntedat these Cnneert. I. from the mauufiu-Uuyof Stuinway A Son., New York. Doom open at lx. Commence at 8. ilofttt OPKKA lloirsK.- For Two iSTights Only. TiiemlH.v and Uediiosduy Kveu iiilfs, January 1 aiul'J. Skiff & Gaylord's Minstrels. The only trnveliiiK luinpaur that lia aueeew" fully perlonueii lour year. v itliout cliolutioii, or iiitermihiiioii of any cluiraeter whatever, l.ruiiil MukIcmI Voyage lrom Atlanta tu the (tea. Ad mixsion, Ml eta. ; liHllery. He ru. Matineea Tueaday (New Vear'n) afternoon. Ad mlasion lk oU. YYM. FtMlTK, Jr., Anullt. ' Amusements. Business Notices. ( Doctor . STRICLAND'8 TONIC. DYSPEPSIA I Dr. Strickland's s ' Tonic Is a noncen- rated preparation of Roots and Herbs, with witittclds and carminattvea to gtrengtlieii the Rtouiach and nurvons system. It is s certain remedy for Dysopala or Iudljres tion, Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, AmdiJ ty of the Stomach, Flatulency and Debility It Is not alcoholic, therefor particularly jutted for Weak, Nervous, and Dyspeptic persona. Kor sale by all Druggists every where at 1 per bottle. CURB FOR P 1 1. K S. Dr. Strickland's PILE REMEDY! H rureil tlioiisands of the worHt eases of lilliMl and Bleeding J'ilos. It gives inline- (Hutu relief, and e licet a a iiermaiiant cure. Try it directly. It la warranted to cure. For .tale by ull Druggists at 60 eta. per bottle. Dr. Strickland' MKLUrLUOUS , COL' UH NO mokk. jcamn ratam 3 Is warranted to be the only preparation ' known to cure Coughs, Colds, lloarsene?i Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Cough.' Consumption, BronehUis and Croup. B reparnu iroin noney aim iierus, it healing, softening, and exiiectoratlng, an particularly suitable for ail affections of Ik Ihroat autt Lungs. For salo by Drusrgiau everywhere. fan8 Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD & LAZARUS, 3S.rO. re XA AIN STREET, (Under riilllips lloums) HavtiaBltM k or CUKOPKANanil AUC.H ll.AN CAl'tM, Vic to tines, Oent Tux Collar, MjuITm, OloveH, &c. alu batui- (took In lua city, and PBICES AS I0W AS THE LOWEST. l i,uiNIV in iha ell whera k'HIIH aik luauuttclufail to oi-iler. noatlHiu. NEW ESTABLISHMENT J. F. Leutz St. Sou, tutted Brethren: UaUdlng, ISorLhoubt Comer Mutn and Fourlli, DAYTON, OHIO; DOOT8 AND SHOES. of evry ait-r.ptiou. ThjV4tl v ku on hiuitl. of their owk niaiiiu- ul UmU, HIiOvi, i.atlU'nt, toii(jMr, U)., tor UUtaa, uiiarMn, uiuu aa ior WMr.tuu t yruiM to suit Itepalrl hi ilona atahort notice anil duraljlr. iner will ai ivt Kti(ncfcioa t taair euatomara auUUia public "11 fcAXltl