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M. H It I - t.dltor. .4). FITCH, rll. ) A Y T t )N,J)llll Tbanday, - January 3, 1867 News by Telegraph and Mails. A lUrrtolmrji (llstmtcli myn : "Our Stnl IegUUtnra mrt on Tnr1y, t lUrrtahtityr, and orjptnlxad. Lww W. llt.t elec ted Speaker of thf Senate. Colonel .'oti V. Gt.aaa wu elected S)ckcrif the House. Thli result 1cvm no doubt that Pimox Oamrhox will be elected I'nlM States Sen ator." A lot of llllnol itolltlciiina lire to inert al SpriiifftlclJ, to-luy, to bring out General (JaaST lor the Presidency. Now, look out I'nr a iiall from the Hutlrr mid Chahk rlnjr. A Chicago dispatch aajr a runaway w tie, Mr, .lottx ToMLixaus. of Clinton, lown. was arrested here last night with her para mour. Kb expressed grief anil contrition ami tainted when the hiutiand sli" had tln- nertcd reflil to twelve her to his home. Tbe steamer Nanttatuck hat boon auag jred, aunk, and U a total 1oh, ninety ml Ion above l'aduoah, Ky. Mr. Auii.kt, Mwaatier o CuugrrM from the Tenth DMrlet of Ohio, hat prepared a hill for the Impeachment of the President. vhleb he Intends to Introduce In the' House ou Monday next, and w hich, he say hu Is asaured, will pas In that body. Uoreruor Cuirrui'ii lust menage to the Pennsylvania Leglxlature gives a flatter lng exhibit of the State Nuances. The pub' lie debt 1 thirty-five millions six hundred and twenty -two thousand and llftv-tuo dollar. A decrease of nearly live millions lit Ave years. A New York dispatch says it U reported HcHL'Yi-tR CuLrxx will lc married next month to the widow of a late wealthy buuker of that city. A lire, at Taducah, Ky. ou Monday, de stroyed seven business building'. Lots, '",1X10; Insurance. jO.DOO. A company of Kngllsb capitalists have contracted to bulb! a railroad from St. fiiul to Lake fiujterior. The report of disasters at sea for Dceeui' bershow that forty-seven vessels were lost In various ways, or are supposed to be lost ; and In 18;, live hundred and aevcuty aeve.ii were reported wrecked and missing. A special from Washington to the Com- in i t-i at says that plans are maturing to pass a hill guaranteeing the Mexican loan Of course they will. 1 low can the "lobby" pay their wine and washing bills, without haifof that grab? The vote favoring impeachment 1ms been closely canvassed, and Its friends say they have no doubt of Its passage. The Presi dent was to-day uotltledof the fact, and re plied he was entirely prepared to meet the Usuc. General Stkki.imu 1'mck, formerly ( iov ernor of Missouri, has just reached New Orleans, with his three daughters, from the ( 'ordova Colony, in Mexico. A Washington special says the Smkilmas Camfbkll mission to Mexico is abandoned. CaMrauLL has received leave, and gone home to Ohio. Siikrmax will bo in Wash ington next week. A tire in Uuntsvllle, Alabama, on Satur day, destroyed a tine block of stores on the north sldo of the Public Square. I-oss, S 1 1 3,000 ; insurance about 930,000. Kroin St. Thomas (here Is news that the cholera, although not Increasing, is not de creasing. Up to the 18th ultimo one huu dred and seven more died, raising the total to 171. There U great distress. LONDON, January 2—Noon. speech to Diplomatic Corps, yesterday, was very pacific in tone. Bklvast, Ibkland, January 2 Noon. Nine Fenians were arrested to-day, and arms and ammunition also captured. The Annual lteixirt of the Adjutant Gen eral of Ohio shows that the State of Ohio furnished 10.SU men in excess of all calls by the Goueral Government during tbe war. The total war expenses of the State during the war will reach i4.m17.- S13 71. A general caucus of the Itepublican Con gressnieii Is to bo held next Monday night, to deteruilno the question of iiupMscliuient, nnd to settle various details nt the legisla tion of the sessiou. Ou Sunday last a lira broke out In one of the back streets of Canuelton, Indiana, de stroying one brewery, three or four stores, ami several dwellings. The loss Is esti mated at $33,000. Our Financial Evils. The regular "Vnuacioi tuul Commercial' departnteut of the "truo," of the "JUth De cember, affords us the following lucid ar gument on the present tlnancial evils of the country, which every reader should caiv dldly consider : Since the convening ot what claims to lie (.ougress, indications of their line of finan cial policy have been manifesting them selves, aud not generally in harmony with that of the Secretary of the Treasury, who ascribe pretty much all Uie ills of the country to the excessive Issue of paper cur reucy ; that it is the chief cause of the com' loerclal tremor that quickens the pulse and shorteu the breath of all sections, and that portends a frightful future to every kind of business; his remedy Is the conversion of the greenbacks Into government bonds, li which the interest as well as the princi pal U to be payable lu gold '. thereby add ing tbe modest additional sum of t'Jo,0n0, 000 a year inyultt to the taxes of the coun try! That till ruluou flood of some 'JOOO, I Ion. Outl of uuuer nionev has been at the bot tom of our vicious nnanclal system, that now threatens a universal deluge, we have always said; and wu predicted long ago wuai me secretary now warns uie couuiry Is likely ere long to occur, nut mat ui ulau for dlsi4iui(of it, however houest hi uurpose. Is a statesmanlike one we do not believe. If the eurreucy Is to be dimlic UUed we again rejieat, let the National Hunks be wiDed out. and tbe bond ou which they are based be withdrawn and cancelled thus saving annually to the country from twenty to toty millions of taxation ou we ooims, huu u iniercsi on the circulation of thesa bauks, bud leave the greenbacks, ou wiuon uie poopi,, pay no taxes, io oe roe iwn w us i iiuuin. v,,r iiu heliuva with the Socreurv who looks to this as the chief cause of the .1., I am tiarrosiiMl eondltlou of the coun try. In this tug of the vicious game niuuioe, that no bee a played uy me coiiu slon of rogues for lbs bonetlt of "classes' f Bankers and Fund. Mongers It I Bkucssspeu lolly Uu. to xcnlve taxation taxation fur beyond ;ill llic.ui pliKrarmngs j of tl.cciHlivc.iiiilry.tlml ha- brought our tronblc iimhi n.uml w lib i, I nut .iiecili U stoi,,,e,l or largelv (ti.i.i.ilslicil, will aiirelv end in irrelrlf'ablebaiikruptcynnil hopeless n'li'llli.ll i. III. The Swrerary, lit Ms anxiety 1.. rl-e a revenue siillirlcnt In sustain the crrdil f i the Umds on which his favorite banks arc -,!, lurgetswhat every tyro In isditirsl econoinv hiiulil know, that I oiiutry mi earth ever did or can, for hiiv considerable time, hear annual taxation coital to nr- tfttnth of nil the taxable ihoimtIv - the entire ace mutilation ol the country' since, itstlr,t dUcoveiy mid settlement. The twretars' inot sini'nlaiiv confounds cause and elleot. Wlthoiil this enormous Issue of psiwr money, the revulsion would have conic long ago; when It would not have hecnono- lourth Its present vast proportions, now thrcatcivsl so that liefore now, the people pinriieu ny inn trials ot national tmnk rnpu-y would have ilHinanded the rcslora- of every portion of theconntry to Its ! rights under the Constitution so as"to have se iiret the cn-ox'rntlor, ot nil the ople j and direi ted the labor of nil classes Into paths oftiidustry and tbe fields of pro- duct ion; so thnt our cxiiorts wnubf en- now ha ve overbalanced our imHirlsion the j wliole country would by ' tins tune Iiaveiiiicnr. nlered li h 1 1 1 the high road to prosperity, eiinugb. w hile tbe Secrvfafy nH'iiiiinii'iiiM the witbdrawiu ol a large proportion of tbe paper money, which was recklessly, uselessly and wickedly crowded Into the channels of tmilc, chiefly by Mr. Chase, lie Insists uxn the same continuous taxation, to pay the Interest and sustain the bonds Uiu which National Hank is sues are based, and In the face, too. of the fact, that the entire surplus productions of the country have fallen o far below the taxes levied and paid lis to have caused the accumulation of isHUSHi.OUH. a-1 h.' balance of trade aiAlnst us. within a short time, which, added to that jmrtion of the public debt thus fur audited, w ill increase the In ilchteducss of the country at home and abroad to more than three thousand mil lions ! These beastly burdens that weigh di; n the people In the shais- of onerous duties and oppressive taxes, are made doubly weighty ujain honest men by their evasion by some, and direct collusion, with corrupt public olliccrs, by others and the higher those burdens are, the greater tbe tempta tion to frauds, tlieconiinlssion of wiiicn are daily chronicled to the extent of thou sands, while the cunning, undetected par ties are doubtless ten to one of those found out. We repent It Is the enormous expenses of Government, the shameless sipinnderiiig of the eople's money, the unprecedented Interest wo are required to pay on ti public debt an amount unknown to any country of like population and wealth on earth, while one-third of the people aredespoih-d ol the labor that should cultivate the best half of tlieexiHirt-produclng section of our country. l'aer money was no doubt largely we might say almost the sole cause of ii very large part of our troubles. Had therebeen no paper iiinncv the debt would not have reached one-third of w hat it now is the war would have been of short duration. Un balance of trade would not have been against us, the South, with her labor sys tem, would have been In tbe tide ot sue- osful oiicrntiou, our taxes would have been paid upon a ss-cie basis, and the prices of everything would have corres ponded therewith. It reciulres hut little llnancl.'U foresight to sec that the effect of uuv considerable re duction of the paicr money Lv the conver sion of greenbacks into gold Interest bear ing ootids, wilt tiring aoour a nnauriai re union that will loreyer settle mo question of paying the Interest on the public debt. H wen as ot tne (lent itsen. We have heretofore advised our readers that no resumption was likely soon to bike place as. whatever may be the convictions of Mr. Mc.Culloch, it is quite safe for him to recommend the measure, as the present Ynilrrcs will not allow it. It would dain- :iirc their schemes and ruin their thousands of speculations; it has been promised from tune to time since tne close ot uie war, aim the promise w ill be reieated periodically to amuse the people with the effect, per haps, to drive the business enterprises out of tbe hands of prudent men. Into those of the reckless and unguarded. Already a protect has been introduced Into Congress by au lulliicntial member to incrcase tne circulation ot tne .aiiouai Hunks ftoo hwnlred milliuna, w hile another has promised an Increase of legal tenders. Mr. Mel iilloch s recommendation to re turn to siMS-le payments within eighteen mouths or, more probably, a iliniunltiou of Imports lias kept gold on the dow nw ard scale since our lust. It having averaged from CIS down to l:t;i. ranging on Sat urday from CU:,.J to 131. with money nt 7 ner cent- and Goveniineiitseeurities heave and lower, while the latest by the cable left money easy in London, witn onsots up to sl I, nited states i.overnineui .vjos. i-"4. Illinois Central Til and K.rie at I'.i. s evidence ot the oppression ot taxa tion. 'onsrress Is beset by nearly all branch es ot Industry applying for relief. F.veu New Knirlaiid woolen manufacturers, who have literally coined money out of shoddy during the war. are asking for the aboli tion of taxes ou their fabrics, and for ad ditional protection in the shape of higher duties ou iuiHrtcd goons tnai come in com petition witn tneirsi vtooi growers are proving for Increased duties on wool, while the 'manufacturers are demanding that the present stipend ou that article lie regaled. The friends of the manufacturers propose to repeal all Internal taxes on all woolen goods, and duties on dye stiitl'sand all ma terials entering into tlie luanuiiiciiire oi woolens. W itliout any reduction ol duties. the internal revenue is alarmingly falling oft' recently, with indications of running still lower. Willie even lienncu. ni ine . V. Hrrutil. and his linancial colleagues who. a vear or so aao. ridiculed the public debt os'atrille to be paid oil' by private sub scription, are now lotntng in tne nuge cry of "Kellcf from oppressive taxation " [Washington Correspondence.] A PARAGON RADICAL JUDGE—GEORGIA ALARMED—MUTILATED CURRENCY—NEGRO SUFFRAGE—SUREATT AND CONOVER— CHASE DENOUNCED—THE WHISKY TAX— RECONSTRUCTION, &c. WASHINGTON, December 30. of) A very ilainaglng revelation lias bean made in a recent case tried at Alexandria. Virginia. It involves three mctiiliers In Congress namely : John B. Ai.lkv.Oarks: Auks, and Samuix HooittK, all ot Massa- cbiuetts, and one Hadlcal Judge (I'nuli:- wuod). A citi.en named MlIjuui. of Al exandria, went into the rebel lines, lnuviug bis property behind him. Uy an order from Judge IJkdkrwoou (know u as the tool of the Yankee memlicrs of Congress) tli property was confiscated, without trial of McLkiou, and Judge Uxoehwooo's tri became tlie purchaser of a large dw elling house at a very reduceil price, in the meantime some lloston claims were turned up against McI.Kiuii, and ALi.tr and his coufeilerate became the attorneys for col lecting the sume. To make s'lre of the property (and le ,t the confiscation should not hold) after judgment, the whole of the property, In- eluding the dwelling house, us uii ottered, aud bought In by Ai.lxv, at a mere nominal sum, lu onler, a Amks told one of the wlluesses, "to plaster tbe property over with claims." The witnesses (all Tkistoul ans) charge the three members of Congress and the Judge with ''going In cahoot" to India McLkiuu aud the Uoveruiueut out le properly for a mere song. Ibu Caokitwoou, bear lu mind, is the Lnfomtus cuarlaton who bag been so anxious llirmiuli Hie iiiti'iiiuoiillit.v of a "packed lv- , ,rv .tl v fm is .i the ii-unln- ' ,. ' . , , , !,,h ( 1 ,M v "''c.''l of the .'. n he should have a M'.it. In tlierW.in'n ilm-k, RECONSTRUCTION IN THE SOUTH. , i,.,!,., ,., i, r; .. .i..- .i., .i.i.,ii. i ... ....."' ... ri'emistriii-tliig the Sniitlicrn Sluti.' gnvcrn iiiimiIs are raiislug milch ei ileinenl and nbirtii. It Is siildtliat not .VtSSI of the I J0.ISSI while voters eau lake llicWt, oiiili. and ttiht Hie IiIhiUs w 111 iin'vliablv J-nle the Stale If cv-ii'bcls arc distrain 1ii-cd and sufl'iage plven to the neiroes. Tlie writer says: "Imagine this half million of more than seinl-barlwrous negroes let loose as the governing power, and what becomes of the security to lile. property and lwnialo honor thus placed at the mercy of the sav age - MUTILATED CURRENCY. ,out note have leen returned to thcTreas tlmi ury, where they are pliued in an Immense revolving Iron cylinder, rarefully hv ked. llirotigli Wlileli n tieatisl strani ol niiils passes, so that the ink Is completely re tbn moved, and a mass of pulp remains. ' This Is bleached, and maoiifacl nreil into einel- i.argi' amoiiiils ol mutilated anil worn out rtacHoiial ciim-ney are thus de Shigularly conisiied. and rix'iuistriieteil Into cnel- vcr $-2,ii(l.llii0 in mutilated and oHs for the use of the '1'ressui y I emrt- lope's. THE SUFFRAGE BILL. lib n rei eully passed ImhIi llnusrs ot Congress, giving the right of voting to the swarms of negroes which, like locusts, cover every part of the (dstrict, hasatinvd up I li indignation ol uianyol ourforeign born cltieus, osiiecially the ieriuaus. A petition basbeen sent in(o ongres , itskiug I lint foivipiiers here uia have as favorable conditions of voting as lUr lilacks. which Is not granted them in ike suH'rac bill THE SURRATT TRIAL—CONOVER. Ill aiiticipatinn of the "trial of Surratt in this liistrlet. Mr. fieprRsentiitlw VMUlaiiis. of J'ennsj Ivauia. w ill n-ixirt f rom the Ju- diciiiry Couiniltiee early next month bis hill relating lu (ho sel'tlou nl juror for the 'H'venil coin u of llic Districl. ltrnl.es tbe swer of suinmoiiing jurors out of the thamlsof the Marshal, and vests ii in any other person, who may - be selected for tin purpose uy tiio court, in oilier words, it ullovisthe .ludi e to Mini -mil a jury as be may think proper. .No day has vet been assi.r,i,.,l r,,r the ar- gui.iont iirfure the Ourt of this District 'f tlie leuiurrcr in tbe case ol i uNovrit StliKATI' is exiM'cted to arrive hereabout tlie 1st proximo. .Many rumors are afloat resiMH-ting olllcial action in these cases. i til t suttlce it to say they all annt to the probsihlllty of a triumph of iustiee in the end. It Is not thought rtslhlc further . carry on the farce of "conspiracv." and It w ill jnost likely be sintered to die awav. A SENATORIAL TRICKSTER. Senator IIksdkuson, w ho introduced the resolution In Couirress to inuuire Into the nioyi-ment of Kcder.il troops to Lexington. .Missouri, was one ot the parties w ho par ticipated in a tuectiiiar in like county, in lSlil .prolcstiuiras'alnst President I ixcoi.x's semi. ins United States forces into the state of Missouri. CHASE UNDER A CLOUD. CI lief Justice Chase is denounced in un- inea ded terms, because he nirrccd with the other inemliers of the court ill sonic hn- lKirtnnt parliciiliirs in the decision render ed. It is now oM'idy declared that Ids chai ices for the radical nomination for the l'reiliilenev in lStiH are gone, and tlie same is slildot General Grant, Speaker Col fax lis being pressed hard by certain parties, THE WHISKY TAX. It been suircested by several influen tial members of the House that a reduction oftliotjix on whisky to something like I per gallop, would be bciieiicial to the gov ernment, inasmuch as it would offer less temptation to dishonesty in tlie distillation and inspection of tiio article. In the opin ion iht one ol the members ot the investiga ting Committee lately iu session ut New York, atav of fifty cents per gallon, would, if fa irly collected, yield twice us much rc -cnuif as is now derived from the exorbiluiil tax if 2. , , RECONSTRUCTION. ("i fiieral Ashles-. Chairman of the House t'on imitteo on Territories, has remained in this city during the present recess, atteud iug Itocominitlce business. He has pre llar. (d a bill linvinur in view the restoration of the Southern States : not, however, re- mai iding them to a territorial condition, but Tecognlzing the present arrangements nut II conventions can be culled to remodel the xesjiective State goveniincnts. RECONSTRUCTION. Message of Governor Cox. T he message of the Governor was scut lu to both branches of the Legislature yester- tcrdiay. In lieu ol giving the document at lentrth, we shall avail ourselves of the stri ftiires, commendations and editorial deb lils of some of our coteinporaries w ho hav o had lime to jm-ruse uud digest it. T lie ( im inimti Kniuin r says of it : W'luithe says upon National politics is brhu". and is entirely coiiiiucd to the so called Constiltitiouat Aiui'iidiiieiits, which willl come up for action in the General As sembly this winter. For a Republican his remarks ou this subject are moderate in tonif, and are not bitter or vituperative. His argument, however, for the Amend ment is very weak and fallacious, mid has been again and again refuted. t f ur financial n flairs are reiorteil to be In a very favorable condition, but we can hardly think they are, when the expenses of tJie State and county uuitown goyern moiMs amount lo the enormous sum ol 21 ,0tKi,iK)il a year. It costs nearly as much novr to run the local troveriimeu't in Ohio as it dhl thirty years ago to support, that of tne I lined Mates, although the State has not a soldier or a sailor in its service. Only .-.l)(KI.(JO0 go to the Stale Government of thw sum. the remainder being sm-nt in the counties aud cities. There is room soiuc- whi're for a great reform, for it ought- not to (lost tlie people ol OhioSK lor every per son. In the State to manage aud keep up our local aiiininisinitiou. lucre must, bi unnecessary prodigality mid evtravaganei in cue exjK iiiiitures. (lay ot tw I'cHturos of tin wnr. wliicii va lr'Hstnl on l our rlirrv iw lmint irom ood, is iiiu tolUixvinu. wliicii Is thus tilluiltHl to by tl (.ovcrnor, who 'One oi' tbo natural rcsiilu of tin war'w v have l;iLi'ly InuliBlolireuktlowu tluiv4Mcf lor life anil property ainontr the most. In n tul ami Icastcclucatt'ilclasscsol yoniiK nii ii. ami tlniiisiindi itavo themselves to the dv-luorall-sine; lileof caiup pleasures, hrini'iin lioiuc hatnts which are now carrying them Into the jails ainl prisons of the country." This is well and truly said, hut it consti tutes nne dl' the least of the evils the war liax brought upou ui, which we shall f.-cl fur centuries. The ( 'KijiiHri-i'tnf tukes this view ni it: 'l'he linancial couditiou of the but.' U xatisfuclory. (lu the luth of XmeuiU-r there n. an uucxis-udeil balance iu the Treasury ul 1,0'J1,7H II, alter nxpuiuli turcsaiuouiit'in)' lo nearly seven ami a half millions. According to the Auditor's esti mate the burdens of taxation for the cur rent year will be lightened nearly three millions ot dollars, and still leave abidance, over an estimate covering all expenses, of :VJM,'JM7 05 lu;the Treasury on the 1.1th of Novemlier uext. The pudlle debt Is also ueln rapidly reduced, liver one uiilliun wa .aid off during the past year, and w hen the .lauuary dues are met, the total debt will liell.;Wl,74.'i 87, against 1 it 1 2,01 1 1,1. At this rate the entire debt ought to lie discharged lu the next six years, w ithout increasing taxation. , The liu uriior rrconililvudKamodilicalioli of the law guveiiiiiif the btale Treasurer in the management uf lliu Idle balances in the several fluids. Without any iuoreased risk of loss, authority u wake tuuiporary trausl'ers would save Interest to the Slate, amounting to from forty to fifty thousand dollars get annum. Uf course, after tbc "' Li,iwi' 1 "' im , "ii nsii fabi of Dr. Horsey, who undertook to save this Interest to the Mjile, no Treasurer, w hatever he may desire to do, will trans grem the letter of the law. The State ofll cer generally ngree that the law ought to oe lillMllltco. The thrift and nruL'rr- iif thnhhitiinre evblbltid in the lame Increase of new buildings during the j car. nearly doubling the iiiunlier creeled in Mm. and also III the Increase ot marriages, the nuinlicr exceed- i"L'. by at least S.Oisi. the figures of lmi.V llicrs six- nlso shown In the valuation of prots'rry over f .M.ritsi.Ouil.' having been added to the amount the past year. There bus been a considerable Increase nisn In mortgage for money loaned, as also In the number of cnrtillcnt.es Issued lor Incorpo ration of manufacturing compiinii", all in dicating (lonlidencn in the stability of bus iness in the future. The benevolent Institutions of tho State appear to be economii nlly and successfully managed. The capacity of the institutions tor the lnane need to be largely Increased to nccommodate those w )u should be within their walls. J he cxMnsc of the peniten tiary still exceed the receipts from convict lalxir by over sixteen thousand dollars owinit. the Governor naively adds, to the fuel I hut the coin racts for the labor w ere made when the value of labor was much lower and the extK-nes of living also. The Legislature would do a w ise thing to do away .villi the contract business entirely, or at least limit contra) bi to sliort periods. Three-fourths of the convicts are under thirty years of age, and the Governor sug gests whether it not advisable to separate young olb ndcrs from the old, and modify the discipline for them. A considerable portion of the message Is devoted to the military atlairsof tlie State. The Slate agents for collecting the claims of discharged soldiers and nl their families. fi-'-r of cJjiiji'. strange to say, do the least portion of the w ork the applicants nrefer rlnff to employ private attorneys anil claim ayciit-., possibly, a the Governor sopgosts, from ignorance of the provision made by the State lor collecting the claims. RECONSTRUCTION. Message of Governor Cox. New Advertisements. A lMI 11 II AT( HI'S SALK. l lt-I AS I Ut tilt' Hit tit Hi id f nil Ol'U't Ol Httlfl. i-.-(ic.J inin t)i- ritt.Bti- .nrt uf Hmnilion it,Mt. Ohio, un-l t me ilire't(1, I w ill uilt-r Jim M illl.llf UU.tl'P, on W.tlnfnhty. I.Kf 04 tuy vf Airw.iry, A. f 1H67, on Ui- (.n-iHi-st. the fH"H inic csUtr. vlr-iiiiHir-J in i in- cii liiiUon, couniy ! .MuuL- jfitiiMM-) . ninl Mrtl' ol Olutt, lit-i. it : l.ol number itiiriv-ivtti hunlirl unl i.t'vcnt pitfhi (:;? u tin- rtvonh'tl ilut of t-nbl city of iMyLon, Itufrllicr H iltt cijf (it ti'ct. IllOrt' IT It's, a iiu- airili isdIc oi lot imiiiiIh t Ililrt r-tWsi Inunlrptt uidI nji'iitv .-tv ian ui..i iii Mint fiiy, evt-ejaing thnl lion ol th rit 4-inl of Aifl lot htcti nnt ol -slntiwlil lint, cvU'iulin sOiilliwtirtlly tips-tn n tutu Kilu ihv wtNt :iilf t.t Itro.vn Htiwt, in thnt (t.irt which i Inclutliil ill Brown str,oi i itriiiKliltiiftl. it pn'tiiocs, lnilij( llltv.l'wur ti'i-t .litre inclii's i.H fl .1 In ) in front on ftrmwi ( -4fvvniv -sl ii-ci tliriH inchi,tt ilPf p on ttu -out ii lt' ; flxtv ft'tit -ix iliftM" wnlc on I tit rI1p in Ihv rear of s.ti't jMOiuhf , Hint one humlrcil itinl -ix l't!t thn-t' mcliejt ilm'it on tho north nLIis: I'.ciiiK ittu .inu' n'iiiisi-srtt)Mf vt'o! to.lohn A'imit Nrliiit'il hv Jin-. Iti'itch and v ilV tv 'Iced rrfiinlt'il in 1 .-.- I ll.tok 11 N.. 4. pnio'4 .' of thr reninU of Ffti'l Mon:fKt'inff t'ltunty. Ahnriiiol nt $4Ui, -uli-ic. t lo tut) 1om cr of tin- 4v Hlort'in tltr stuin ol f-IH per vrnr itiirnipj Iter nut u rul lilt. Tl.li.MH OK i-Al.rMnf.hulf t-ftsh: hulaiitf in one yt'iir lrin lu' of -;iU wil li i x jut crnl. in Icrot U ho -tu iirctl liv niorl.iiLTt' on the imini'. .fosKl'HINK Ht 1INK1.L, Adiiil iiM rut ri of tin1 KnImI ol .lolm Atlitm Mclint'll, ifi'cfs. Hi s it v Snow, Altonu'v. tlwS II. ISLXsIKrilS, FINE JEWELRY STORE ! NO. Miio Till fJ STKKKT. il'arrantetl ait - se2ti ItepreaeHtvil. Special Notices. Cou,;h, A Cold, or MM A Soro Throat, ItKqiHI'.liH IVUKIllArK A1TKN TI'lN, AMISHIII I.D lii:i IIK KKH. 11' .it.l.nw 1. 1 TO CON n NCK, I rrltitt ion off tlil.ungs, Pi riuniii-ul l b ratal Ulsenlts, or foil 1 sumptln IS liH tN TIIK KKHI l.t. BUOWN'S BRONCHIAL 1 1 m v i tt if a illn,ctiuiliiuct4 ttmjMirU., , iIIVK IMMI IHAlK KKLIKK. (Tor brwin hWlH, Ulhbit. i'utarrU, Too ui(iHvr nui Threat lUHa&o. Tl .'(lci :ti f ll'.l With itUrili s yoml .UiCt'ls, willfliiil IfiM-fit ii-it'l'tiiln riiiHiiuif the v.ici wtitiu lrk n t;hv niiiKiujf or pekin!:, auU rrlltrviug tin throat r.linr mi uuuiiial iXf i t.oii of tUo vih'aI orjfuti. 'I'lir Trot A At art nvouiintnJcil unit jirn mtiU'.I i- ihvi,-,TiMi, Mini Itf.w-ha.1 li'-.tiimmtitl. triMii t'ltiiui-ikt muti 111 i tutHliouL ttii1 utiuiti y. Ittiiiy an :u kic,l0 ot true iin-vit, anu hnvinic ptvwml ltuii eiliciicy hv it if-i oi it mu v yrxrs, i-:uli ynar iluil-. iltL'ui in new l.u-nlitU in various mrts of the wo i UI, mill tho TrotJkr uiv iiiiivi'l;illy m uiiwiinrtil tu-lloi I Inn tMlirr art irlo. ohiinii only "HUirWX'i IIItoN't IUA f. THO. Cltl," mill tin not luki any i.rihr ll'.rMA hni- i tilOHM I t...( Itl.l)" htM)Hrlt'il. i' I vi i vIuui) m tin ' niioii suit-, and 'ir leiirn ''mitrn'K. m .Hirruis ikt tn. uouodwitm "i.M I'KKI'I UK IOK I UK UtMtkltttHlKt. 1llli' "....lii Bltiiii.lug C'i'rtfu.1' fl,..lw.. " Vl,ai ClbioflKHj 4'.',r.o tllriltoM'. ' ".Vlltl 81 lOtlfUlllg I'CIUUM.O rnaluu. ' i,i,i lili.iuiug f'ciru.. fbulnu'a "lljl.l Vt!tU:" A i,u-( ekiii -Uf dilhdiv duil Kri:r.Dt Htfrrum., I -'I i.-'l ir.'tti it.M i.ii jn'l bmulilul duHui uauj 1. I. .1 ink.-, Ui ii.uur. jl,iii.n''iinl .11,1, by l-ltl.t iH IIV, N.m Vfc. lil.WAKK Hi" Cli'NTFItH:i rs. Ask KOK CHAl.iJN'.v-rAKt! NO O III Kit I i. vltil il rt Faurnnly !. Fpooial Caution. .'in.nnM.vu istuui iiiMii.vui r uu i'i-iuif 1 11 'iiiiiiti- iimi uiiuui piirtii" huvti (ml mil iiilt.ii'. ...Hour llii-m Mm. WhiMuvi'H I'll 1 .1-1 .0 r n..li. ellinl 'I'll M M Its IV INSI.Iiw Of TIIK -illlil IIISK SI III l IS MIT CONN MI'IKll Ml ill A.Ni Oi'HMi AH't'il l.K. Juliiw3iu Errors of Youth. .V lli'lllleinloi , ll.i Mllt'i li-.l l,ir yui s f 1-1MU Nei ou-. ItoBliity, fi. iiiatme Uoay.au.1 nil lh tit, cl. f iiiiitliiiil imti-it-tiiiii. w ill, tni thi Hake uf Mir- lerihK liiiiiiuiilli , -i-ii.t ll.-,- to nil who n.'eil it ll,(, rcciit ami ilirt-i-llnic. fur itiaktnr ihu ilmnli. rt-ni-!) hy tKh lie it. cnrvil. Sult.-r.-u a isUinir tu litut by lliu ailcertiser'n -iii'ru-m:e cua do so ftv ailiii'iiU)g, la sjrlect Ciiallcleneu. .Ifill.V B. OGDKV au2tw3 ji Ko.4Studurtrci;t,.Sew York. Special Notices. Book Store. A kew snsl Magaillnt Display sf Holiday Goods BOOK STORE! Tery Finely Ornamented Writing Drsks, Glove Boxes, Uandkercliirf Itoies, liress iiiif ('uses, Toilet Vows, AT- Rickey's Book .Store. A Will and Complete Use sf Fine Traveling Sags, Fitae. Leather Goods, St Rickey's Book Store. U4MES. TOYS, t!Jl VEMLLS, Fashionable Writing Papers, Knvclopei, rjrtfollo. Hunkers" t'ascn, Ladies' rocket Companions, FINE POCKET WALLETS, - I Rickey's Book Store. A few copies of the Kro-w Directory, .'; I KR TIIK CXTY of IDArXTTOVf, i (.U'ST PUBLISH KD.) May be had at Eickey's Book Store. A new supply of Ai Jiold'K Inks, Faber's I'enells, (iilliXt's Yms, j 1 Rickey's Book Store. IMne Prayer Books, Bibles. Albums, Dominoes, Chess-men, . Ches j-boards, Water Colors, 5rostenholm's Cutlery, Eickey's ..Book Store. ty it Special Notices. Book Store. Business Notices. DYSFEPSIA I Ir. Strickland's v- TONIC Is a concen- rsfed preparation of Moots snd Herbs, whh hllliaciun nno --- - the stomach and nervous system. I I') . . . j .. t ivaiiAtiuhi nr 1 iiillfriM tlonvNervousneAs,l;ossof of t ne Momiicn. r i.-" ". t Is not alcoliollc. therefore iiartlciilarly sulU'd lor Weak, Nervous, ami Dyspeptb: penoiis. Korsaie oy i ; where at I per bottle. Ir. StrU kl"l' PILE REMEDY! CL'UH von i i ii i: m. Has cured thousand of the worst easesof ..I. .i i i!i.u..n.. in..a It u-lves liniiin- annn '"i iii iii'in . .-- dlate relief, and etiects a perniMtiant cure Trv ft di recti y. n n n armim-n for sale by all in-uggisis at no ci. i- bottle. Or. Strickland' col nil NO i WKIXIFLUOUS MOKK. j COUGH BALSAM is warranted to be the only preparation known to cure Coughs. Colds, lloarscnes; . Asthma. Whooping Cough, Chronic Cough. Consumption. Bronchitis and Croup. B lng prepared from Honey and Herbs, It healing, softening, and expectorating, an particularly suitable forall affections of til Throat ami l.ntigs. Forsale by 1 rugglst everywhere. anS I PoCTon . STUM LAND'S TONIC. Special Notices. Book Store. Business Notices. New Advertisements. Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD & LAZARUS, ITO. 7& MAIN STREET, ( Under Phillips ilou-ic,) Have llic llui'slvUM-k of KCliOl'KA N UI.J AMKK- n...N lAl'lis. Vlctorlnes, Gents' Tur Collars, So huttor Htoi-k In Hie I'lty, ami PKICESA8 LOW A3 THE LOWEST. TllPOM.Y i.Ihi'P In th niv whiTH lilts nr mHuiifiri;ireJ lo utiIit. uM1ui NEW EST A ELISHMENT J. F. Lentz &c Son, luiKil ISrctiireu lliiiliiin. Niirilii'iikl ( .iriioi' Miiiu 1111,1 K'mutli DAYTUN-, OHIO, Mitniil'ui tin ers ami ilenli-rs in BOOTS AND SHOES. , (il i-fiirj ilis. riiilii.il. Thuvalnuvs Liieiioii liMiul ..rtiini racluru. uttil lliu host said ivoi-k MM.n. ut llools, .shoes, liaiteivi, .-.ItiiiM-rs. ei-.. for lailin. nil.scs, niini tuul hoys' wcur, anit ut cricci, insult ulonicis. KiisiriiiD-iloiii- al hort nulirt- ami ilurulilv. " 111 Kive siiilslsilioiilo lliuir i iistoineis ami the ii'jhui in'. ,1,11 KlMll Miamisburg Property. X KINK, I.AIil.K Itl.slliKM'fi AMI A lll'.SI - KSH llnrsKilN TIIK SAM Is l. IT- A L.1U OTIIKItTOWS l-IIOI'KKTY AMIIWO UlJ L Alll.lv I 1:11 lb UK J. AMI A I' SlIKIUKk'S SAI.K. . . Joliu lli'iiry .Shell el al., Amlri-n cast nliall et ni. -o. ,siiii-i-ior (ourlol MouliriMa- ury county. 11I1111. lu punltlou. PI RsrANT Bi an onlnrnr suln made by thi"Su pcrior (.Hurt or MonlKomoiy County, oliiu aiel 10 int-ilirecbM, I will offer at public kaJs m tliu promises, iuAliamisburg, on tbitvrtla, Fttruory i, 1361, ftetwocn tbe boifn. of one and four o'clock e. u., tbu followiiiK ril cstaUi, to-wil: hituaUi iu ihr county ol' Miiiitfomcrv anil state ot Ohio, all that certain trai l or parrel ol Inn, I lyins- in the towa of Miamisburg. 111 the rouutrot .MunloinorT and state of Ohio, tivil : heiiiff in-lot No. oSon ,tacl. Kurchor's jlat 4 saiil tn 11. Also, iu-int NI 4s,ar-cealilv to the ori filial put of suiit town. I Also, tho follik ng: lining a purt or th so lit half of sectionlNo. AS, town 1, range 0, M. K.'s KngiuniiiK atatlako on the north bounilary ot saiu halt section thenre s 4S- angi-ees w 47 I poliv toastake; Iheue 1 5&i( driireea 0 int.T pole, te a stone; thrnre n il degrees e lis uolcs along Uia pike to the pinto of beginning, containing tea acres, more or la)s. Also.lhe lolli t, inff. In section 9Q, town 1 range 8, ,M. K.'s, beiiiniiul-liitNo. 7 ou Isauc Treon's plui ol out. lots. hii is recorded in l'lut Hook-'A. " page 1(. of Aliitgoinery Couuly Keeortls, cei cainiug five m-r. aiore or less. .Said lot Ne. Csi i'lippralsed al tS tun said lot .No. 48 ii'uppruisrd ut 'ti Said ten acre, iluinl are appraised at . 1 svo tiaiil flvo acres 1 1 laud are appraised al . . tun And cannot lie ld lor lens than (nii.tblnlfc ol tlie apiiniibed Yaluifthereiif, resueclivelr. TKIi.MS-oiu -tiiinl of the curi'liaseinouer inu.l ls paid l'U,ll Oil vt-sr. ami oue-l ttie davot sale, inn, n.ir.i !n .... ard in two years thnrealtor: do- lerred pavmunil ll)' unrt(-ugtt ouihe jirvlnise 10 near inieie.iand to ticurea (. 1 ft. DATIDSjOM, beri of Montgomery county, Ohio. ADAH (U.AY, I itoniey EXECI.'TOR SAT.H. nv this iaum i.m sk farm. I nlileR irstle, at puhlic aactiou, um iday, January M , lHftT, uw ttfoueaiid four o'clock I M 11 MontKomury County, btnte ! ni UtHutft'u Kit' U)KI1 lilt -flJ OlT lh 'St Hlllrl ,r . "' i" niurt) ur 1 tit, l'l 1 It) UllltllWIM iiiiiirlnr -vf.... J No. ililll'ICU unxnUnn-(i). ruiitrc riv i-m uuwor, oin ami ran not ki'll ....... . ...riiflit i(l lltFU VI puiHlmlmiii tin .lull Hit pin gcro. n una year, ail one-third In two year .mm thtt ll tiny ot Apr WIT, with inuiroht from thai rial tlltt tiJiVIIIAIll tJLlLileiieii.1 1.., ......i ... "I Jtn'Hiut' tvol. The nremlsc ami utljoiuiiiK lintf inilo sniitt "'"iiiuko UMn mm 1 rn si t u a t r. I on t ho fn h n vhl p ra4. i" i'i iiiuiiv. tllNl 1111,. ni iktitt. f tho Wolf 1 i... .1 pik., ihaU t ti t""T - inmr unuiiuiv, Willi a Komi cellar ui.-r tin..; a (Vauw ,ru. weJJ sPH a giHMt liHIlie llHulii.iir hHIi luiltt .Ikl'in. h ' .a . hOUVtl. bill I ull t r . 11" 110 Mill UK if4K'l n'rtll'; 11 louiiK oitimntot bearing mill, 1 - n - . luum o u Ull . wairr, iuniikii n a iittr laillnif suiinir, sutti- citiit tor tiM:k iinv.v vi-.Mjg. OKO W. Moila, AitomVy t wrutoi of OllU M.Ur, dttCfteWed. ATLANTA HOUSE,' Km. :tl market Street, K,.ilh ildt.ta-l eudof Market, UAVTOS, OHIO. R-fltted, He-furnished and B-opjned ou the European Flan. my-oiiiiniiij' -e run to aud from all iraia. tuiiu Gianni; deMawOin JMOH W AGN Kit, Proprietor. The Fall Trade. Opened, BOOTS AND 8HOE8. H P. EMRICK, NO. 104 aiii'i stbekt, dutu, I s11uo receliig his fall .lock of Booth, Nuoa. quslliy. T """" "' 111s sunk iJiuttiiufa. turedwork It of tbe Terr r.'Ji "j;'.' v' -f:1 '-iV"01 -"Vd byauyotbeV iv .. T 7 ".""" ni.irlends.especlai- ' ly those iuiu.il ouutry.io call aud exiuiiiue Ills