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Hi lcditar, n. .. Aaaarlatc, nti'iit DAYTON, OHIO. ! Tuesday, - - January 15, 1867 Democratic State Ticket. ron uovrhMor: AIXEN O. THLRMAN. FOR LUtl'TKHAHT OOTkftNOK : DANIEL S. UIIL, of Holuu'. FOR TRKAMIRKH I Dr. C. FUUOX, of Crawford. VOX AUDITOR : JOHN McEI.WKE. of Hutler. VOn ATTORN It Y OKNKRAL 1 FRANK 11. Ill KD, of Kim. FOR Jl'DOR Of KfPRFMl! COl'HT : T1IOM A3 M. KEY, of Hamilton. , for C0.NTR01.1.KR or thkaki kt : WM. SHERIDAN, of WMllaifK for hoard or rrnuc works : ARTHl'Il HUGHES, of Cuyahoga News by Telegraph and Mails. A majority In Congrcs voted yitcrday against tho contemplated withdrawal, by the Secretary of the Treasury, of any por tlon of tlio legal currency now afloat. Hon. L. W. Whioht, a member of the Wisconsin Legislature, narrowly escaped suffocation at Madison, on Tuesday even Ing, through having Mown out the gas in his room. A Richmond dispatch says the freedmen alinoRtall are unwilling to work by con tract during the present year. This J also the case throughout most of the Southern States, laborers preferring a share in the crops. Reports from the South state that there Is a large emigration of whites from South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia, to Texas, and tho negroes arc nlso leaving there In jrreat numbers. ; We learn from Vera Cruz that several transports have rready arrived, nnd the . French troops have commenced embark lng. There arc twenty-four largo trans ports, which wi'l be sufficient to remove all tho troops. , Loan, of Missouri, in tho House yester day, read a speech in which he denounced the President as piivy to the assassination of Abraham Ij.scoin. Ho was ealtrd to order, but the Speaker decided that the language was correct and proper vndcr the circumstance. At Chicago the Stewart divorce case is still on the tapis, and Is disgusting in all its details. . Tho trial will probably last through the week. The probabilities arc that Mrs. Stkwaet will obtain a divorce. The liabilities of the Exchange Bank of Orecncastle arc about $100,000, and the as- sets about $100.0001 There are one hundred and sixty-three depositors, whose deposits amount to $100,000. The failure is at- tributcd to speculation In pork and gold with otAer people $ money. Frkd. Douglass lectured In Indianapo lis, lost evening, to a large crowd of Black Republican "white trash." Tho residence of C. K. Hamilton, on Staten Island, was burned yesterday morn ing. Loss, $115,000 ; partially Insured. The steamer Sunny South, with 1.0-15 bales of cotton, was burned on the Ala bama River, below Selma, on Friday night. Loss, $175,000 mostly insured. One pas senger supposed to be lost. Mr. F. W. Coomliks, who resides near Wabash, Indiana, while putting up his horse, a few days ago. handed his wife a package containing $1,700 to take in the house. At the time she was gathering chips, and had a basket and armful. Tli money was uuu on tnc chips In her arm. Her child cried Just then, so she threw the chips and package on the fire and fixed the baby! That's all. Doonky Harris, of New York, and Tom Chandler, of San Francisco, areprepnrlag for a prize fight for five thousand dollars a side, at the latter place. Senator Trumbull was ro-nominated for United States Senator, by the Republican Legislative caucus, at Springfield, Illinois, last night. He will be re-elected to-day. Haas t Powell's disti'lery, near Chi cago, was damaged by fire, on Sunday, to the amount of $40,000 Insured. Wabson'8 car factory, In Springfield Massachusetts, was burned yesterday mo: .1 ing. Loss, $20,000 ; Insured for $15,000. Not a Radical Prayer. Dr. Boynton, the intensely radical Chaplain of the lower House of Congress. rarely misses making a slump speech, which he calls a prayer, each morning, preceding the opening of that body. lie generally makes up a syllogism for God to follow out, in the treatment of tho Jf egro. Rebels, Ac, and occasionally suggests, In his proverbi ally modest and christian style, that the Ruler of the Universe had no other line of conduct to follow in the premises than what His earthly instructor the aforesaid Chaplain had marked out for him. How refreshing it would be, should the former chaplain of an Indiana Legislature take his place, one of these mornings, and get off what he once addressed to the Throne of Grace, in presence of a Hoosler body : "O Lord, have mercy on our legislators. Be witli them, and bless them, eoeri if (h'u know Thee not. Spare their lives, and teaeh them to glorify Thy name. Hasten them to their homes, where they may direct their attention to good works aid general use fulness among their families and ne'ghbors. May the people resolve to keep them there. and in the future elect men of sound mor:ils and temperate habits, so that good may hereafter result from legislation. Save the good people of the State from the disgrace which must follow if the same should un here to mule laws. Hear us, Lord, and grant ourprayer. Amen. The Sumner Revolution Idea. Of Sumnir's revolutionary programme, as the Boston Pott says, omitting, as was necessary, to give any plausibility to his propositions, all mention or observance of the Constitution of the country. He talks of a Christian Government and the Declar ation of Independence; but of the funda mental law of the land, never a word. In short, his plan embraces as complete a rev olutlon as would have been effected if the South bad succeeded in the lute rebellion, and if Congress should sustain him in his design, the national Constitution will be set at naught; the whole theory of our Re publican Institutions violated, and an agi tation and coullietof opinion, if not action still more to be dreaded, will be inaugura ted, placing the whole country iu the greatest peril. , I a Letter from Mr. Vallandigham. The following, in response to a letter from the editor of the La Crosse Democrat, possesses not only local but general lntcr- ct : DAYTON, OHIO, January 3, 1867. M. M. Pomkrot, Eq. La Oosse, Wit.: Dear Air .Youm of the .list ult , with the card enclosed, I havejust received, and will answer It impromptu. As to your first Inquiry ; Congress, In my opinion, has no more Constitutional power to "toirltorlalire" the "seceded htntes" (so-called) than to msk territories of Ohio or Wisconsin. Neither has any other department of the Federal Govern ment, nor all department combined. The States made the Federal Government, In the beginning ; but now the fable of Saturn is reversed, and the child devours the parent. As u your M'coml lucmiry the probable 'result if the radical scheme be carried out ur attempted" pardon me a little Ijitin : ::ci Carthag!) mtiustst silere yuan drum dice.e." Only general results, ul Hie most, can be foreseen by the wisest of mortals, and In these dark time, when every lesson o history, and every law of God, of man, ol political economy and of lluauee, seem to be broken with impunity, and when either folly or treachery, or cowardice, or all three together, thwart the wisest, most honest, most patriotic plans for the public Sam. I have ceased even to speculate, ns to the future; much linlo 1 venture to proph esy. Tett I think that had the pro gramme for tho political campaign of INGii, as agreed upon, formally, at Washington, hi April anil Mav lost, been honestly, cour ngeouslv nnd vigorously carried out, in stead of being set aside, for that combina tion of procured abortion and accidental miscarriage, tne iiiiiude piiiat.onveiition.ot Atiffust liih. we should have had as great a victor In the fall election. . w. ...m.ru.1 lecislve defeat. As It Is, I fear that the last hope of tiik rkaution jierished then, .indthat the "Great American Revolution of lMfil" must now go on unchecked, till either It shall have overturned totally in lorm. as aireauy sunsrantiaiiy in tact, that grand old Fkhkrai. IlKrtnii.ic which our fathers set up; substituting in its stead, imperialistic despotism, under the shadow of the name and form and the cant of free institutions; or have precipitated a coun ter-revolution, through which, bv the ex piation ol lire and olood, and sunering, it mav lie, the American people shall recover that light, free, cheap system of govern ment which they so eagerly and reck lessly have thrown awav. All this. In deed, was Implied by the late civil war "for the Utiion"' when it commenced; and 1 for one, have no new quarrel with radi calism and its exponents, for striving to attain the natural, legitimate, and In evitable results of 'changing our system from a government ol consent to a zovern- ment of coercion or force. At tho same time lam not prepaid) to compete Willi them in the race of radicalism ; and If I were. 1 should aim at that which alone nild command success: to "out-hcrod Herod." and go at one bound, so far beyond Its present demam's. that even Re publican raotcalisni would stand airhast. I diould "cut under'' so di-ep that no ''lower leep could be lound or fathomed, r or. in jood sooth. I am not one of those who de lude themselves with the vain notion, that by yielding one-half the other can be made secure. Such "sops to Cerberus"' never silence the tripple headed (logof fanaticism. And there Is but one wav to deal with a -evolution ; either to go with it totally, and ahead of it. or tight it every inch and crush it. We hitherto have not so fouirlit the battle, a 'id by consequence, we have gone lown Detore tne Uoid, dashing clmrtre of the Biack Knight with his visor up. And so it has ever been ; and so it will ever be, world without end. 1 can not add. 4;en: it "sticks iu my throat." For still I would remember the sublime old Romun max im, and never deauair of the Renuhllc: for even now, with more than eight hundred millions of paper money, having no other basis than credit upon credit, four-ply. and a taxation. State and Federal, (or Imperial), quite equal iu amount, 1 am not sure that a oiesseu stranding in the way of nuance. might not, at any moment. Drove the verv salvation of tho ship iu her bust lurch. For, as M. Guizot in his History of Cromwell, proiounoiy ooscrves : "itis oy cxliaustion and ne?essity that God imposes justice and gomi sense upon nations. faction and it is both great and sweet as ' biiviiiiv. IIU .1 r , I 1 . Ul-llVlllif nij-l N1LLIM- springs from the recent decisions of the ..-njiii-uiu , (iiiil ,,i tin: i. iiuvu riiaies, cuii victuig Abraham Lincoln and' his Admin istration, of high crime against the Consti tution and public and private liberty, I con fine myself chiefly having no cabbage garden to cultivate, especially during the present cold snail to the studies and labors of my profession, and am content just now i.nji, vii in iuiicisiiiiu awniLwiiu laiinand patience, the work of "Time, the. Corrector and Avenger." Two suggestions, only, 1 would make, most respectfully : 1st. Ought we not forthwith to benin to agitute lora convkntion of alltue states, to meet and adjust upon the basis of the fundamen al principles of the old Con stitution and Union, the new and momen tous questions, und the altered condition of things, arising out of the late war? and if the "bargain'' which our fathers made for the sake of securing a Union and Feileml aoverument at all, is to be set aside under pretence of establishing exact justice and equity, and States are to be dealt with as the mere creatures of the Federal will and pleasure, and divided, consolidated and moulded to suit the fashion of the hour and the interests of those who can secure and hold the power, is it not agood time now, to demand that the gross Inequityof the present senatorial representation should give way to "equality before the law," and that in re-scttling the great question of suB'rage upon the theory of "impartiality." three millions of Yankees' shall no longer be permitted Lo vote twelve Senator whll tlin-e millions of 'Ituckeves' are graciously allowed to .vote but two! Would New England, think you. see the point ? Witiinilt. H itivln .itm-.uun,.Un to whom all defer, in any department of 1 the tcdeial (inverrment. or anv State I uoverniuenr. in the Jlorth or West, and without even a general committee, always in session, and having the confidence of the party, and therefore without any means to give uniformity, concert and nrouiiui- tude to the opinions and actions of the Democratic party, upon the sudden and very grave questions, which, in the midst of a revolution, every day brings forth to n-i (nr anu iiiviuc, wnat mac party needs most now, is it not a first-class daily news- i laper. sav at ash niftou like the old Washington Globe secure on its Decunl- ary foundation, totally Democratic in its politics, controlled by no cliuue. deocudent only on the Democratic masses for sup port, tne reflex of their sentiments, levoted heartily to the r interests. and edited by some one or more of the statesmen of the country having un esiaousneu national reputation, and In wliose ability and integrity alike the people have full confidence f Cut off by funutl clam and revolutionary hate from everv other piiblio employment, what, but want oi capital, can torbld the representative public men of the Democratic party, from connecting themselves with the "Fourth Estate;" a department in politics quite as nouoraoie anil as lull or dignity, more po tential too, and far more lucrative, often times, than any olllcial station, even when fairly gained, and, as to the last especially, wueu uouesuv mien. Ac. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM. Ah Eastern- cotemporary asks, which Is the most Indulgent, to sentence a negro to two years hard labor on a farm, for felony. or a white man to two years hard labor in Stale Frisonf This Is the difference be tween tho treatment of black and white criminals In Maryland, which the as sumed frrieud of the negroes cry out against. Political Squibs. ; Thad. Stevens' talgar speech at the' "Welcome" carousal In Washington, would disgrace the lowest not that ever lost bis sense of decency in debauch. It Is worthy of note that the con gressional Finance Committee has voted to appropriate lo,0U0 to pay the expenscsof the Committee on Retrenchment. It It difficult to see how a committee on r trenrhment could have use for $15,000. Schenck, being on of them, may know. The Boston Commomstalth says that such men as Phillips and Htevensare the cream of the country. Prentice thinks If they are, the sooner the country Usklmined the better for it. The Tennessee legislature must b torrinie allalr. A Radical paper says "It nas me eye or an eagle, the heartof a Hon. arid a strong right arm, whose vigorous "'"" win miaucr tne lust reruge 01 Ten- 11,-iv.t, treason to impalpable dust. Black bears are traveling through the woods of Michigan even approaching the settlement. One hundred were recently destroyed in one county. Black Abolition ist., too, are traveling, not only In Mich igan, but all through the country but, wiien pursued, mey nine in Dureaus." Thad. Stevens refused to makeany pledge m rrniini hi me ncnaiorsinp not even temperance pledge A Massachusetts editor has discovered iiiainumncr is me only statesman in Con Kress. iau ior congress ami the people. A cotemporary wants to know whether ine muic.His nave not ruined the negroes. Before the war. he says, a' negro slave In uarviuua was worm Sl.ouo. Two week ago four freedmen were sold In that State the hlirhest brlno-lno-l .i.i.-...,.. .i,.i ' VC. 7 ' " "Y u'u get that. There seems to be n shoeklncr Henri,. elation In the value of tho Africau genlle- ujnu. The radical party had as well make good use 01 uieir tune, for they or constitutional . K".nnireiii must perisn; it will notoe the latter; and when they do perish, they will inui no resurrection. An old epitaph will mem exactly : "Whilst they lived, thor Urtrt In clow; When thoy died, they dteu aU over." As an illustration of wha.t great events iiiy result irom nine causes, a cotempora ry relates that by the disobedience of a lad in 180a, a garden gate was left open, a pig ki. in mm uestroyeaa lew plants, a quarrel between the owners of the pig and the gar den grew out of It, which spread among their friends, defeated the Federal candi date for the Legislature, and gave the State a Democratic Senator, by whose vote the ww VI 1912 Wltn (ireat Krftjlln vui fit.. ciareu Our Pensioners. The annual report of the Commissioner of Pensions presents very many interesting points of intelligence. It appears that the number of invalid pensioners disabled In the wars, prior to 18C1, docs not exceed 8,000. and the widows and minor children entitled to pensions by reason of the death and service of those who served in such wars, number but 1,227. Curious, in this connection, is the statement that there is in the country but one surviving soldier of the devolution. During the last fiscal year tne numDeror Invalid pensions granted was 22.C45, at an aggregate annaual rate of $1, 50,812 20; and the number of such pen sions that were Increased was 1,263, at an annual amount of $43,946 26. The whole number of new army pensioners added to the rolls during the year was 49,721, which, with that of those previously on the rolls, makes 54,620 invalids, and 69.889 widows and dependent relatives, at an annual rate of $11,413,122 26. New Advertisements. NOTICE. rw-iHE pnliHo are hereby cautioned against no -l c;"1!'?IJwo "Ol", I'liyaula in irintiuK, to the .u VI BWII, UlllU hut iluto o ' Jauunrr. 1887. i ai, ""f"" were ""'"iueu tin rough Imiiil, auU without iLims ' nut on uau. B. ti. J1UEBOWS. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. TUB partiierh,p he etoro.e existing the ujilerane-l. uniier the 11 in Koh reser. I'felltenlMi iter AOo., Is ,li-s a- between in nttu of uiuiuiu couned.. ijovti ziub,,na mil- n irom ii tl Urin. Tue busi.ies,wlil still lie continued ss heretofore a. I. io o d t :nd, iinda the old aim nam of Kohl. ieer& fleilleabe k-. UKOItGE KOHI.PKSEP. LOUIS rrKIFFKNBBttfJEB. '.OUHZl.SltA.VU. Janu. i-y 15, 18ffI-dS Union Insurance Company. Ditton, Ohio. January 14. 1SST. THE annual election for Directors of thls'Jom. ny, will be held at the Company's onice. No. inmi street, uayton. Ohlc. Moudrv. the lt da January, 18OT, lietween the hours or 9 and 4 o'clock e. m. J AMES XUIUIliB, i'reaident. Gao.H. Youna, Secretary. JallklS BRIDGE LETTING. NOTR E Is herebv g-lvon that scaled proposals will be received at the Audlloi-sofflceol llut ler County, Ohio, until lu o'clock A. M., on Tue- ..uiiurj o, ,ooi, ,oi tUU UUllUlUgOlft Wooden Bridge Over the Miami Biver, in the city ef Hamilton, upon the site of the Old Miami Bridge, building of an aimj at tne same time lor the moN BXUDOB In the same place. The snace between thn l.,.t. uiente will auout iriu leet. and there will eltneroueorlwo piers as will lwtsuit. The pier pieia will lie well secured bv piling-. At the same rnVraKTiStc!! M?aiui Rlvr ..,.,:. ,-". ... V i'.S.0' In the Cltv of Hamilton. Hti:in luitwu.n .in ouieetwaierway between the west tower and abutment. Also bids will be received for the building of an Iron Bridge three span 136 feeteach upon Hie last named site. All .lie masonry ineith-e.- case to be of the bent material and workmanship and lor either of the lion Bridges or wooden bridge III. Men will bid by the perch for masonry including excavations, and by the foot lineal for the superstructure. Bidders for the Suspension bridge will bid for the entire work. Bidders for either kind of bridge will furnish their own plans and :eoilleations. The Commissioners reserrlna- Jo themselves the right lo decide what kind of a bridge they will have built and the location for U u.o. ..mi ... ui.is snan nave ueen opened. By order of County tonimisslonera JuIidS 8. A. CAMPBELL, County Auditor. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE Is hereby given that the unde-slaned has been appointed and oualilled as adminis. irauir ol tue estate of Hen--y Michael, lata of . G. MA1SLICH. NOTICE. OU8AN RAM NET, a nen- uldeat of the State of 41. iT , ."."eorten.amsey uiu, on the 14th day of January, 1B67, ale his petition In the ollli-e of the Clerk of tue Court or Common f'eas within and for the county of Montgomery ami State of Ohio, chargln the said busan Rimsey witil having been willf ully al.-nt front the said plaintiff for more than three years past adulters with one llartel Holster and gross neglect of d fiugthalhe maybe ivorceil front said Husan Kamsev, which petition will stand lor uearing at the next tens of said Court U. P. Nolan, Atjjrney. , 1Bfj BUTLER HOUSE, HAMILTON. OHIO. li lief D.P. KUKI . . . ProDl-tetop JalUwtf NSURANCE POLICIES BLANKS MaaUy printed at the ISM PI UK o beau Job Soo sal is fi cai IX. TgTaTTVIJ, FINE JEWELRY STORE! NO. 3;M TIIIKI) 8TKKKT, nr An ootid Represented. Warranted an se20 Special Notices. TUB HIISRH A HI. F.N. MIHOUIDKD AND CMFORTUNATK TOUNO URN. 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Depend upon It, mothers, it will give rest to your. sel ves and Belief and Health to Tour Infanti W have put up and sold this artii lo for over 3o years, aud cam iav la ooNriokNoi anutkutii of whatwa have never been able to sayof anyntbt-r iciuoine Htvia bis it aild inasinoi.i in- BTANOI TO KVS-kCT A OURt. When tlDllllV used. ever did we know an instance of iliatif.u tii.u any one who used It. On the coutrary. All arc delighted with its operations, and speak iu tonus ooinmcndation of its magical effects and utvdi- virtuos. We speak In this mutter "w a it ii emow' after 80 years'experience; and pledge B RRruTATIOM VOa TUB FDLriLI.MlNfHIVSlT R Dkclakr. In almost every instance where the lant Is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re- wui ue loumi in Dlleen or twenty minutes alter the syrup is administered. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine ihiIoms tin, fH,-.hi.;i.. ..r KOMUMie UllH ,v io w auamo.jiew tora.is on tue outs r Kltb.1 NB,N 1d by all Druggists throughout the world. pper. PEICK. OHLY 30 CT8. PER BOTTLE. Book Store. A New antl Magnificent Display f Holiday Goods ItIC 3v K Y 'S BOOK STORK! Try Finely Ornnmcntpil Wrilin I'eks, (ilovp Hoxes Handkerchief lioxc! . Dress ing Cases. Tnf let lloxes, AT Eickey's Book Store A Full aatl Complete Liar f Fne Traveling Hags, Leather dogds, Fine Hickey's Book Store UAHES. TOYS, Jl'VKSlLES. Fashionable Writing Paper, K live I open. Pjrtfolitu, Banker a' fasti, Ladles' Pocket Companions, FINE POCKET WALLETS Eickey's Book Store. A few coplf'R of tlm Now Dii-ootorv. FORTftR CITY of DAYTON, (JUST PUBLISIIKI,) May lie had at E ickey's Book Store. A new gtipply of Arnold's Inks, Faher's SVimiIs, (.illoU's lens, 9 Eagle Pcneils, Eickey's Book Store. Fine Prayer Books, Bibles, Albums, Dominoes, Chess-men, Chess-boards, Water Colors, Wostenholm's Cullery, Rickey's Book ; Store. apns-iya. ty 1 is fu-luie. ol i - Amusements. II USTON HALL Two 2VisXlt Oxxly Thursday and Friday, Januray 17 and 18 ALF. Ti'uilN'ETT, ttmnriff.; iMtod 1)) the HCTumpliKtieU Comtdimns unit KfM'Hnilint)i 3TABIZf Will rIvp two of thnlr popular ntrtjilntncntii for thi I m-i ullt ir tli YOUNG MKN'H HKAH1NU ItdOM AM-(H'J TION. Air. Hiirnti't .irilliitt sikmtsp nil ovi'rttip world tins rwiHlcpffl hit name A "hauae-Kold fm," hii1 ho in tiuw 11 ni vernal I y lyinrtMltitt tolio th KruuU's.t nnd numt Tematilo HUMORIST OF THE AGE. Ailmiri-Inn, 50 renin. TlrkcU to lr had at J. I. lutMii' Mimic Htr. ami nt thutlour. lhMnt open nt nm-n o'elu-.k. JalfMtt T uitMuts oij:ka housi:.- Krnnk .1. Whltchcr Manager AtlmiMntnn WV. Jfo Kj-tm (Margt Jor ftttterred Seats , TII KI.T AlllllTTIXdlir.NTI.KIIAN A TWOl.ADIKH, t. . Mil. McKKAN AM) MISH VIKUINIA IJUOII AWAN, hupiKirtt by (he Urrnt star Company. Hoiulay ICvonfnr, - - - January 21, Will ltr pcrformol a Ner ami OriKinal I)iiniHifn IM-.tnin, (n H A tn, of iritcnf intormt, ftttnationiil hiiriM trr Htui HlnrtHnir inclilf iiIm, nvtvtl in )n.jfin lift nihtAi. irnxliH etl by Mr. iiihI Minn llui-hnnnn with InimtM)!) HtiurfMtt in all lhiir enaKenieiits, t'litillt'l WAITING FOR THE VERDICT; Or, the Unrk Heed In the .,! Poiinrlcil on nnrt -mlolylntf the cr I fbraUvl paint in vr ul' that Diiiiif, )y thti pre at artist, A. bulomon innl on (-1)i11(hiii in Loin Ion lor soint rcun Notick .- Tlti Onitna will Fatisfy all that )urki hould not comieinn a n,Hn to UuuAi upon cinrum Htuniinl t'Tittrnt-H alunu. ., lonathan Howchlatlp (an old English Farmer), Mi-Kean Burhanao. Martha R'hchlaJo (wife of .laftwrj. Miss Virginia Buchauan. Friday Kvrufiitf, - - - January 25, KKNKKIT OK Ml K KAN ItL'C IIAN A. A'liiiiMsl.m, 60 cents; UusurTCft Heats, 15 cent. & IteserYi'tl He a in ran It. piiril riiirlna Un at the Otllre of Turner' Opera House. poors opun ut ociocfc ; curtnin rues al7V. t'haa, H.Juoes ..Treasurer JaH 'ptT UN EICS' OPK1CAIIOUSK. SIX NIGHTS ONLY, COMMENCING Monday, - - . - January 14, 1867, Anil every evening during the week. TIIK WONDKKKUL BUISLAY FAMILY .rinltst, Panloininilsla, anil Athletns, oomprls niK 7irc JHttiimutjihrd Artittt, aiilcil by numer ous niiMlliirii-i,, Hho will n lunar In thulr sikvii.. ora rKKi-uKyANCKM. XTHAUKDINAUy 'KAT8 OK XUVILIBRIt'll. Spiral Mountain : The Wonderful Niagara leap; The Ureal Double , V BcheU PtriUeMu. Ilorixuntal liars, rarniun 't'lii-imt!, Icarlan Gnmes. J.es lleux Comitles. CIIIAND tari.itai:y , Kattleof Allliuons. ilm W.trhi-ra liiH-en of Flowers, Shower ol Uuld. BKAtlTIVl't. M.f.I WT - Ilv I, Ina Wlmlel ami Ladies of the Ballet, con uluiliiiy each eTeniita- w ith a COMIC iPATO-TvTl-Nr-R Hy the on tiro Troupe. Ailmission llresit l:ii-el ..i BUw...n,.. .a.... . Family Urelu. SScts. : r.u vi-,l Seats can he se liri-il at the liiisliii-ss'ollii-e of the Opera House Irmn ten to one innl tw o to lour. i'wisuh nv seven; curtain rlbes al eiirlil. fsitiirday Alteriiooii, - danuurv 1!. . . Try l T-i . . --"j uuujr uAauuee uiiniii i-inK Hi nail past two preeisely Jaiudiir'"11 "" ''"''U uf "ou"8' 45 etnls. Business Notices. f Doctor . STIiK LAND'S TOK1C. DYSPEPSIA ! Dr.STRICKI.ANU'8 Tonic is n coiii um. ratoii prenariition of Roots antl Hnrha.wlth aiitiucids mill enrinlniitlvos to elrentlicn tho Htniuiich and nervoiiH Kysttmi. Jt la iTtain ri'ini'dv for Dvfux'iwia. or Imlli7,.a. lion, IS'orvoiinnoss. T.osh of Anni'tlti' AiH.li, of the Stomach, Flatulency and Debility Itis not alcoholic, therefore; niirtli-iilnrl., iiiiteil for Weak, Nervous, and DvKDentl" M?rnons. For gale bv all Druu-trlKla where at 1 per bottle. VV11K FOK PILES. Dr. Strickland's PILE REMEDY! Has cured thousands of the worst cases of Blind and llU-ciliiiir I'llo. Ir. u-ivea I, Me diate relief, and effects a icrniunant cure ry it directly. It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at 50 cU. iior bottle. Ir. Strickland's COUUH NO 1 Mm.l.IFLUOUS MoltK' . COUGH BALSAM warranted to bo the only nrcparatlo" known to cure Coughs, Colds, lloarsencf rtsuima, nooiilng CouKli.Cbrotilc Cough; .oiiniiuitiiiii, urouciiiiis aim croup, a ng prepared from Honey and Herbs, it iculing. softening, and exncetorntiiiir. n particularly suitable forallaffections ofth lliroat and I.uiiifs. Korsalo hv friiiirUt everywhere. iaV,a Business Notices. New Advertisements. Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD & LAZARUS, KTO. 78 MAIN STREET, (Under Phillips House,) avo thi) llnestsUH-t of KI'KIII'EAN anil AilKK. 1CA.N CAl'fca, Victorines, Gents' Far Collars, MuITh, Gloves, fcc. No better uUn k in the city, and PRICES AS I0W AS THE I0WEST. Iii! ONLY n) nen in thti cii hi. iudu liiamiltM tur, l u unlcr. NEW ESTABLISHMENT J. F. Lentz & Rnn lulled Birtftreiii Building, uriiioan.onier alaln and rourth, J3A.Y1'OINr, OKIO. llauiiraeturers and dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES. Of every Urtcr)itiou. F Tht'VlsU.Vslni.l.nn lin..il H.I an.l l.ie heUVa.e wor. , I'arJ. 7.S,rTn,en" llools. Mioes, liailers. Mlpuers, el", for la'liel iiiifM-n, nieuuuil hoys' wear, anil al prices Uaault -rllUiim-r.s. r ul1 .l.!; i'"ii inif ilniio at short notice anil ilnml.K- i ,'iy . C'v" "'taiillon to their cuslor uslomerl i' niiiii, hi i C..K, asuilir CK'S. ItKCtllTS .'Neatlj priaw al IMUi'aK B