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THE DAILY EM11UE
Local and Miscellaneous. tar'1'lnT Imvo n Hourtl nf Trade In nnr iirighboiinfc ulty of SurltiRilcltl In stiecess- fill nnerntlrili. It Is well utteniletl, ami Is salt) to exert liutietleliil Influence on tit Imsine Interest of the place. Tlio snme tliiuir wits tried once hi our city, Imt It lllllll't lout Uiihulark AttottSD. Nevern.1 houses on Second street. In tlio western part of Illicit)-, were entered by burning a few cven lnj slnee, hut, nn robberies vr commit ted so fur ns known. If we lmve not a sttf-Ik-lent police force to prevent dcpreilutlonn like these, by unonlljjlit, It ouj;lit to be In creiied forthwith. ' IW The Cincinnati Commercial don't think there can be much lieadway made In that city In behalf of the mine of total abstinence, until Roincthlnjf I done to pro vide water "not strongly Impregnated with the flavor of Deercreek sitiujrlitcr lioiises, and the drain of Iniiiit'itHiirHlile cesspool In that part ol the city above the water-work." Sim.kndii) Kntkktainmknth. Alf. flnr nett, the renowned Elocutionist, and gn-nt.-est living Humorist, anil Delineator, anist cd by the aeconiplliilied Dramatic Header, IMin Helen Niih, will plve two of their In striii-tlve ami ui.ii.Rlny; entertainments at Huston Hall, Thursday and Friday even liiKS, January 17th and lHtli. for the benellt of the "Yomijf Men's Kettdiiifr Room Asso-clntlon." Franklin's KiKTHi.iY.-To-morrow, Jan uary 17th, is the nnnlYerstii-y of the birth of Bknjamin Fiiankmn, the printer, philos opher and rltatcsman. We believe no ar rangement have been made forcclebratlnjr the event by the tyxi)?raphlcul fraternity !n this city. It was couiincuioriitcd here in a very appropriate manner a year ajro. The name of Fhankmn I reverently clici-bdietl by every printer, mil lie Is Justly regarded by them all na the "patron snlnt" of the cralt. - . , .. Momkt ItKcovmiKD. Mr. Henry Yost. who had $125 stolen from Ida house, u few nights fo. hits recovered a portion of the money, with a prospect of gelt hip; the bal ance. It seems Unit a person whose iitiinc is not Riven, lor iirmlentlal reasons was aware of the fact that Mr. Yost bad re. celved a considerable amount of monev on the day of the thelt, and taken It to hi house. On hclng rhnrjred with the larceny. he disgorged of the amount, ami prom ised to "fork over" the balance. Huston Ham.. Alf. Miiriiott, the tine reader ami elocutionist, and the Incompar able humorist, will give two of his attract ive entertainments at Huston Hall, com inencliijr to-morrow (Thursday) cvuuliiif. It will he accompanied by Alias Helen Nash, who will give a variety of poetic and dramatic reading. The entertainment Is for the benefit ef the Young Men's Keudlng liooin Association," and, we trust, will be liberally patronized by the friends of that Institution and the public. a TilK Oi'KHA Hoimu. -There wan another large and delighted audience at the ()era House, last, evening, to witness the truly wonderful and startling performance of the Bulslay Family. They have already fully established their reputation here a amoiif! the tlrst gymnasts and acrobats of the day, and well deserve the high encomium no liberally bestowed upon them. The enter. tulnmeut will be rcjieated this evening, and will Include the thrilling acrobatic feat of the Rulsluy Brothers, a grand tableaux, a beautiful ballot, and a comic pantomime by the entire troupe. The latter has never been introduced here before, and will rival In every respect, the performance of the Ravels In their palmiest day. A. splendid bill I presented to-night, and cannot fall to secure another crowded house. so as National Railway I'i bi.iiatiox Com fany Bolng dlsitatlsfled with the Apple tons' and other Hallway Guides published in the East, the following named general ticket agenta of leading Western railways. General P. W. Stradcr, T. U. Lord, Samuel Stevenson, T. II. Myers, Ed. Vernon, Sam uel Powell. H. II. Wheeler, E, B. Byingtont II. W. Gwlnner, J. W. Carey, James F. Boyd and William K. Barr, have formed a joint stock company, and Med their eertllleate of Incorporation In the ofllceof the Secretary of State at Columbus, OhloJ the purpose of the company lielngto pub lish an ofllcial railway guide. The capital stock of the company Is 200,000, divided Into 2,000 shares of $100 each. The princi pal olllee of the company will probably be In Cincinnati. LAW REPORT. JUDGE HAYNES—IN CHAMBERS. January 15, 1867. Unbent Corpu: A. J. Iioosa made ap plication for a writ of habtau riirjum. Uhii the ground that the wiuimut, by which he was confined in jull, was dclectlve. The Court held that the millimu was defective, and so discharged the prisoner. Dunlevy, Corwln fe Corwiti, Attorneys for applicant. in of old NEW MUSIC. rulrtimnitiil Bv Ch. Kikkm,. 'Whls Iiering of I.ove Valtz." This is a real gem and verv popular. "Floating Bree7.es Ma.urka." One of Mr. Klnkel's hittit eouiBosltions, and well cal culated to please. "Honey-Moon Sebottlsch." A delightful Schottisuh, and lias many friends among the ladle. "Charming Waltz." This has only to be heard to be admired charmingly illustra ted and charmingly named. For sale by Fischer & Itro., No.BO Ji-fl'cr-sou street, opposite 1'ostolUc.e. I of Portentous Questions. Here are Interrogatories, propounded by Hknky CLAY IJkan, In a late letter to the Vriiit. They are ominously interesting to the bond holder: I. By what right can any generation contract to enslave successive generations, and mortgage the labor of luture centuries to pay a debt created to satiate bate and aggrandize a lawless cupidity f II. Can any government justly levy a tax upoa the labor of the country to suit pert and increase Its untaxed capital, and enslave Industry to speculation f III. By what earthly power can such a claim be enforced Umiii n people who are aroused to a sense of lis Injustice, and shrink with horror from the recollectlou of the bloody crimes which entailed It upon lis? IV. Can any government retain Its free dom and continue subject to subsidies more M1U (hnn equivalent t ordinary rents, which are levied lor the benefit of a privileged "''''V,'10 'n,",r,,,r '1 agricultural c asses, making tlio distinction between the dldibiT:!.'!w,!r,r ,u"irly m ,,d1"- V. Is lt protllabKIs It desirable, tiny, Is it possible, to overthrow our present system of popular government, and substi tute lor itHii arbitrary government, or a inon cd aristocracy or limited monarchy, for the enlnn cut of a debt which has been contracted fr the most part without tlie iiuMii: iiv of law P VI. Will tlio people of this country give organic guarantee for tlie pnymchtof a debt due to citizens of this and other countries, the payment of which Issubjected .. tV.,V't,"tl of th" niirt. simply to avoid the 111 It h fill liiteriiriitiill.,., ..r . i. l..... i. jiidl 'lal tribunal to which everv other !lalin Is legally sulieced f II. I It pnssildn for miv limuilnr arn. ernuient. In violation of all lilstorleal pre cedent, to long continue the victim of this injusr aiKl arliitrary power, administered by a few through combination of force. Iraml and fanatli Nn f VIII. If n II V fill On. f'iirrni .I,..,, I, I fuse to make ntitirnnrli,ll,i. '..- ih. II... .1- datlon of such debt, or for the payment of standing atniles to enforce It, bow then COUllI Constitutional lrnurnntenn ,,r, eapltaj from taxation, or make labor sm- port Idleness In her exorbitant demands t Our Currency and Revenue System. M-w York Time, in Its review of the report of Special Commissioner Welles on the Currency and Internal Revenue, observes : 'Some of Mr. Welle' fiieta -, m.r,.r,i i.. ine iiimunition or skilled lalMr will prob ably excite surprise. The condition of our currency Is dwelt Um us one of the most proline sources of the evils from wh'ch we sutler. Gold and silver are properly a measure of value, be cause they are the produyt o( labor, and, as such, the supply of thehi Is regulated by natural laws, ltut the supply of our legal tender paper money has depended exclu sively on the wants'of the Government and the activity of the printing-press. Hence, under tlie operation of our present currency, commercial values are nriiitrary and capricious, anil prices vary continu ally. In drllance of known laws or prcce deiiU. The spirit of speculation bus taken tlie place of the spirit of production ; ills linst and uncertainty are accompanied with extravagance and recklessness. "These things.'' Ilin Report reminds us, "have borne heavily on the laboring classes, and on most of the regular industries; have largely increased tlie cost of living, while they have given to the poor nono of the compensating advantages which capi talists derive from an unsettling of the value of property." Mr. Webster's saying Is cited as apposite. "Of all the contrivan ces," said the great Daniel, "for cheating the laboring classes of mankind, none has been more cll'ectmil than that which deludes them with an irredeemable paper cur rency." Another cause of Industrial and trading disturbance mid perhaps of all causes t he most powerful Is the extentof the burden of National taxation. Mr. Welles' Illustra tive facts arc most Instructive. Thus, tak ing the revenue raised by Internal taxa tion unil from custom during the last lis cal year as the basis of calculation, we linil that the taxation of tlie American people is ucavicr, per ncaii. limn mat of any nco pie in ine worm. 11 was VII 41k gold tier captia, against 9IU :rj in tircat Krilain, 7i)7 in France, j fi!t In Belgium, :, .:i in Trus- shi. 5 27 in Austria. An examination of tlie ratio of taxat ion to properly brings nut still unfavorable result. In the l ulled Stales, during the last llscal year, it.amoiint- eii in ice anil iiinefv-tliroo onc-liondrcdtlis (.MM) per cent., while In Great Britain It was only nine-tenths ol one per cent. Life in Chicago. Chicago is well entitled to the appellation of a "fast city." Scenes daily and nightly occur there which are well calculated to startle the most curious beholder; but the following, described by the ZYnira of the 11th, "cap the climax" of the many rich performance recently recorded In the po lice archives of that city : South Clark street Turner Hull, situated between Harrison and Polk Htreeta, was the scene of a festive occasion last evening. To the numbcrofovcrone hundred, there wore gatnereu "lair women and brave men docked in more than holiday nttlre. It wa tnc occasion ol a masked and funcv ball of the "fancy." A can well be Imag- iie:,i. Lilt, m-cnc WIIH IforjfCOUS. 1L Will not much a question with them how to dress now much to undress. There were male and lemale "Mazeppas," "Adams." with out. lew additions lo nature habiliments. and "l'.ves," with scarcely tlie historic flu leaf. Waistbands were tlie chief point of uuiiriiini'uu unless one goe on tlie princi ple that "nature, when unadorned, Is vet .... i ,i ' i,,i,.ii,:u in- IIIIIMI, Such another exhibition was never be fore witnessed In the Garden City, nml could not Iib allowed to establish itself without a rebuke. To administer this, the entire sillcc force of the South Division was called Into requisition, and about 12 o'clock, they marched In double file to the designated locality. They surrounded the iiucc, aim ckmcii lor an unconditional sur rentier, unwillingly, out for the resnec.t which suiM-rlor numbers enforce, the casH capitulated. Then, for an hour, Clark street presented u strange and even dazzliuir ar H!urance, as, two by two, the gay maskers wcrti iiiiireiieii 10 me armory. Al lust thev were all booked, and sufelv under lock anil kev, to await the disposition of tlio court this morning. The armory, in. Its day, bus wnuesseu muny strange ami novel sights, but last night's contents certainly "capia-d the climax." A Rich Specimen of Legislation. Mr. Julian, a member of Coiiltcms from Indiana, oilers a resolution In favor of legislation lo make the uuti c "discrimin ate." when hii) iug their groceries. In favor -nee moor sugar- ill urciercnce to 'slave-grown sugar." Such Is the puerile weakness and folly such the humbmru'erv the little great men at present In Con gress. Talk about "discriminating" In favor of "free lulnir sugar!" When the tiling was tried and fnllnl. even aniomr the brass mounted A bolitionists, as long ago IsU, (In the time when they were ud vo cations dissolution of the Union.) 7iy couldn't carry out that humbug; and as for nine jiinun way. lei the Indiana folks look at 1 1 1 in or his wife when they go to buy the family groceries, and If the siorckocneV gives them a chance to get "slave-grown" sugar one-half a cent a iHiund cheaper t huii Abolition brand of the sume article. how iillck they'll take It I This resolution Congressman Julian afford a pretty good II lustration of w hat the Thirty-ninth Congress i.Jlartfrtl 'iiinn. .NOTIC'Ii rplIK inihllrure hereby cmitloiie,l rotntust pnr I ilill!,iiiK live Hole, i;i)ttiiU ill prlltlliiir. I tlie uriler ul J. K. Ar V. K. mIu-i-iiiiiii, ilaM'tl cither tits or itlMiiil thl ilulo ef Juuuitry, IhtlT. tuiil Hrru vmmihki inmiiKn ii rtiui. And H'tlliolll vsliie recti! veil, um) n III Del be pttlil. Juiooa It. u. lll:ltltllw H. Union Insurance Company. lOYTiis, diiiii, Jiuiuary 14. IsHT. rplIK milniikl elcftinii ler llrortor nf tliUC'iim X ikiiiv will Is1 heltl st Hie untpum ' utile", Ni. Till ril Mlel't. IMVU.II. Ilhlli. MmimIiiv. till' SIM lay ul .Ittmisry, Ihtil, l.etwci-u Uiv h.inrs ef s and (Vl... k r. M. J A M I S I t' UN Lit, 1'IUM.Ii lit (,KU. SI. I tll'NU, nuclutill'y. JU1.V1IV ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT1CK. TOTIt'K it licrt'lty (riven tlist the iindertlyiietl II hu lieell Si,'illiUil Kiel illullllei1 as leliiiini. truliir ul the titltt if Henry Mkrlnuil, lulu ul' Ueiits-fiiiiery Cuiiuly, ouiu, utM-eMstul. 1J D. i. HASSI.ICIl. ! YOU WANT A KAKM WKslKUN KtMPIKB Ailvortlaain the A Rich Specimen of Legislation. Local Notices. "DonaoN's Station." A gmtrtl retort, for citiseni and ttrangm. Meai. at all hours day and night. "Uncle Jo." 1ms given a w ide celebrity to his "Station," and the many who "stop oil" at that point give testimony to Its good order ami good tnro. JalOdtr Wan nri. A boy from fourteen to sev enteen years old, to attend to the general work ofa medical oftlctf. One of good and Industrious habits, ran have a sltuutlou im mediately, by applying at No. 71 Jefferson "treet. JanlStUl Great Auction Sale! of Dry Goods and Notions. Mcsr. Rouzcr A Durst, No. til) Wayne street, will gell, this evening nt seven o'clock, n large stock of Dry Goods, Notion, Tin-ware, Ac. The ladle are especially Invited to be present. J.owkh Than Cost, $: 7G. Home-made Jeans pants, lined, for 'l 75, (cheaper than the stuff) nt the Golden Kagle, 118 Main street. Clotiiinii at Cost. P. A. I.afee adver tise to sell clothing at low rates at east ern price for all sum exceeding one dollar. Mr. I.afce Is known to be a man nf his word. He has a line ntock of goods. Cull on htm. Ills advertisement will be found In another column. 10d3 DonsoN'a Station. There are many ta tions, and ofa varied character, but "Uncle Jo" Dodhon ha been successful In estab lishing for Ms a renown of no limited char acter "Dodson's Station," by Its artistic I.unclic. choice liquors, quietness and gen teel resort, has become a City Institution. The Sunday moiininu Lunch will challenge tint most fastidious taste, 'ltd Bkath thkm All. Harris Casslmcre suits, (the salt and pepper) hcavv um! of first quality, ciistom-madi!, nt tSt, worth .I5, at 118 Main street. H. SCHWARZ. IVM Hill! Imv. Dr. lfarter. Oculist and Aurist, of Troy, Ohio, distinguished for his great, success In curing Blindness and Deafness unil the va Hons defect of Eye nml Eur, will visit Dayton Phtenlx House -Thursday, Krl day nntl Saturday, January 21, 25 and 20. Dr. Hiirtcr Is a resident of Troy, Miami ounty, Ohio, and ha been for many years, where he made hundreds of permanent cure of diseased eyes anil ears. Ho is in Ills of fice the first week in every month. Dr. Hurler has a reputation of the highest standing as a scientific physician anil a skillful eye ami eur surgeon. His refcren ees arc from well known and eminent men Hi eertllleate of cures are genuine from persons of easy reference, wifli postofllce address given ro that any one may hear irom tlicni. Dr. Hurler cure Blindness, Deafness, Cross-eyes, Cancers, Club-foot. Fistula, Ilarc-I.lp, Sore Eyes, Tumors, eus, Ac. See circulars. JaCdlSA ItAKOAINHI HAnOAINSl I will close out myciitiro stock of Winter Clothing, (ens torn made,) xsitively nt cost, until further notice. Call soon, at 118 Main Street. H. SCHWARZ. Orkat Rkduction. A we are deter mined to reduce our enormous Rtock of wlntCi clothing, especially In overcoats, therefore we oiler the greatest Induce limits, to buyers ever offered In tills city Wo will sell without regard to price or cost. Come and convince yourselves. Re- S'ctntlly, Lcssncr & Brother. daw - - VsrlHiineiiHc reduction in liootn and ShoeniiU flmt claim workt Joodnuiii'H,HO Main Street, fttrtiO days. TIk'hc (lood.t MUST 1'onl- tive.ly be told, re(ardlcn of coxt. - - - - Si'LKnuid Ovkkcoatm. Lebcinburgcr & Son, No. 108 Main street, hayo Just received be most splendid lot of overcoats in the city, wlioh they are offering at very low i"rcs. l ull and sec them. lttlw IWA lot of new Government Overcouts atl 60. Lessner & Brother. daw l-rr Women s tine sewed ltnlmnnilii ot Uooilinnn s ut VI 00. Dkkv CoMi-KrrriO!. Ibcnsburifer & Son, No. 109 Main stroot, call particular at tention to their new and splendid stock of iuii ami winter I lottiinir. ,They t()fv coin- in,uii.ioii, niui win not do iiiuifrniii iiv uuv "Mici iitiunn IU llio CILy. ISTWoiiion'sC'uIf Khoea at Qoodmau's at seventy-five cents. nrWnnicn's Kid Mhoesat ( JiMiilinnn's nt cyeiuy-uve cents. Fall and Wi.vtkb C'lotiuno. A . full stock of the latest styles and best quality, just received by Lebenstmrfrer & Son, No. wo iu 14 nircci. Look IIhuk ! Schwurz w ill close out tils Government Overcoats, (new) at f.S 75. Sitru of (i.ililcii KukIc. Tim Way to 8i'c-kms. The true road to success la a fair, honest and uprlirht wav ol dolnj; business in nil branches of tratltl. r ew, Ifany succeed, permanently, by any other course. What btislpess meti need, I tlie respect and confidence f tlioso who deal with them. The truth of this theory l nuiy tllnstrutctl In the case of II. Schwarz. the enterprising proprietor of tlie "KaL'lc (1othlrtj Htore," No. llSMaln street, in this ity. F rom u comparatively small beirlit nliijt, less tliun two years atfo, he ha Imk come ono of the most (Mipular and extensive clothhiK dealer In tlio city. Ill store I billy thronged with customers, anil busin ess luu become a "flxxil fact" in the busi ness operations of Dayton. The best thing about It Is, that when he sells hlscustomers goods once, they are always sure to conic buck ajrain, for the simple reason Uiat tbey fllltl he never deceive tllelll they can always rely both upon bis worl and his (foods. lie w ishes now to say to his customers and the public especially to his country friends that he I now receiving the lurt- est and best stock of clothinc- ever ottered In Dayton. It has been selected with spe cial reference to the holiday trade, and those who purchase will llnd every tiling as represented. ' " ' He takes this occasion to return his sin cere thanks for the patronage heretofore extended to lilui, and to assure his Irlcntib that no cflorts on his part shall be wanting to merit a continuance uf the favor aud confidence lie has heretofore received. 1 I I At I'M In (if vy ltdAw BKRT'aKlI,TF.Il Pnir'r liieidii'r.n. I n nr. der to accommodate ail olas who desire to havo pure drinking water this warm wenthnr, B. Best would announce that he has reduced the price of hi superior Filter to Ho. 1 hi will lilaco them In tlie reach of all, and no family should be without ono. jyllidir New Advertisements. YOuko MM,' Tht nxiiprit'tir' nf ttio punt ten veiim tin 'lemon tmuxl ihH furl tliHt ihn utmost rt'llunt-a may bv BELL'S SPECIFIC FILLS, tor thfl winMr nml itrrmnnent rnr of Homtnnl wtrnk nw: Ktnltmton. !'tiviM. nml Nirvnn htlitv, InitU'iirp, or whiiI ol Titir, the rt'iult of YOUTHFUL INIMSCKimON, which nc(rltv-tvl. mint the haiplii('H, nml nnflm uiu riniiiTiT mr iiiimikwh, WtM-htl WM-tt'tv or Mnr ririfff, hixI oftn Mnnliijiitri In mi unlimi'ly irruvfl Alukf ltd flay In Hcckiiiff Dm ntiitfily. Jli-ll' HiH mr rill, iin m utiHl wIMmitt letcllon or In HI IfUMII'H WIMI n M "II Mt'MH pMrHMU't, NO f II AiKJi: f ihi; I NF,'KKNAI1V. Tlicr bit rntlrHv vcp ltililp nml pnrfprllv tiarni. n's on mr Kuni. r.Hcy tun rnhtiiln 1 1 i w, wJih hill lin-cioiiH ami a iri'HtWo mi Um tMtiNt- liM'ii4 nml i'.hih. I'rirt ihm DolUr. lie warn of i otiiiii-r mi 1 iv Vim ciuttiot jincnrp Uirin of your lUiittrftst. fho money lo lir. .Iamrn uh v an, fiimiiM inK rnvHirtHii.Hiu iipirnlvrny, Niw lorn, anivui-v win iw mm Uy rutin n of mull fifH I mm ii1teiV(t Ion. Kor naln hy OrtiKfrUU generally. T tJai5 liiS. It yon rf'iiilre n rt'lliilile rttiteilv tn rnHtore voa, uiul,reinevi. liTCKiiUiitioVirllliHtrut'tlonn. why nut ne the host 7 Kvery l.mtv knnM-K tho stlL'htct Irregularity of in.nir in iiiiitie i,i ermif nn llt'Hilltt'ne, IOiUUl,'S, Lew iirll. r in ti 1 1 ii K- tljslerlis. c. then the ' in i ni'iiiin nines, llle iMtlte liuli, ami nlhet svinpOtnis mnni ilMi-cxtoix cuiniiienr.e, iw Wenk UM". Minnl t'lilnelilllitli. the Whlteit. 1'rnliniMia An., Au. A novur tailing ruiiieily will Im IiiuikI in Dr. Harvey's Female Pills. Tho oxperleiii o nf tlilrly years has iiruved thoy hnvtt n iiial lor KeinovbiR t Mitti-iirlintii hihI Ir- l-rsttlarillixt. N II MATTKH I HOM WHAT I'ACSK TIIRT AKISR. TIm'T sre utile iitwl Aiire In everv eitsti. 1'ie win-its ol Wl.tJU"! Iiovetiiri, vilit atitiiiiillv, and tin ronipiiiint oi ineir eitlrm-v is ever hear.1. fur they nereinpliah whut thev iirtrrtMire-tenteil to do. Hold in Inixhs Containing Sity 'Ul. i'rice One , njnur. Dr. Harvey's Golden Pills It 0 1-Plllrilv four ilesi-iMisHtrenirer than t lie iihovo. nun llliniiueo lorn leriill mch el muff stunning. I'rlre i'lvo nullum tier lo. II you eiinnat iiui-elmse ttie utiu ot' your Iirinr- Kisl.tliev will he ri) by lilall, p,H4, teeuri) . vim in,,, on n-iTi pi. in i ne iiiunev nv lr JAM lis It 11 Y A N.I onslllt lug riiysli-litn, Hill llriuul wiiv, New Voik. t or stile hy lintKlsts ircneriiHy. Dr. J. BRYAN, CDNS'Q PHYSICIAN, Mill llrnad wart New l ot-h. Nl-l'l IAI. Tit i: AT !Ir S( T In nil essrs of mm, hexiuil, urintiry sntl Nervoun iiht,Msv in nine or ininnnv Anvii'K MlKS mill l orrunliotiil elll'.O STRIITLV CONITIIIEMTIAI.. Humpies sent free. Nocsnllnl roiiiliert. I.iulles or i.eiiiii men rim earn Irouita to fit) lili iluy Ilihuuhu nI um n, ami aUiiresH Till l'P A l.l 1., KiKhtll stll-et, New Vork. AVOID THE QUACKS. 11 you art) sunvrlnit from the em i ts of Youthful luilimireli unit lmve Neuilniil Wenkliess. Kmls- sioiik, ,i- I Hill sin. I you, frrt of chtirgr. ml. , mu ll. Ml Tlhleli. If lellnueil. Kill mre vmi Hitlmnl iho mil im ineiiii num. ,(l,iL II INK V A M-l I,N , Julililillvn hliiUon II, New York. How to Make Greenbacks. I WANTKIKI'V 111)111) M KN, In travel nml sell a niy rniii-i.ree iiiviKot-nlor, hy stuu, ceiinty, or n......... iiiii. .iir.iiuiin oi reiereiicc, iroiii nn iiiiii uua ex peri I pin ties, w ho have used it f,n the Inst lour y, ins, slmw It loin, nn eiiternrisi which iiiijs. nml pays null, tu eveiy limn In. viii . -. i.re,', ur vines, lluuest, i-iispouslhli, runt energetic, men nre neotleil, hut none oilier nee l nptilv. nml the hest of reterelires nre reinlreil. The Imsitiess, so fur. h;is ileiiimiHtrBleil thuiwitli pvuper neUvitv, Inini two TO KIVK tlllNIIHKII lull. ,n ckk MONTH call III! rimu.i'a, noni now tin tue 1st April next. II. IIKST. JnMDw No 117 ,letTeri.n, Dsvloii, Ohio. LutcKt Mews- -Quick Nah's, Smull I'rolits AT moan -w a. r. t 's C3-T3 O. PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. No. 314 Third Htrret, Sign Uoldvn Ifouli IN nrtli'f toivc plnro for a Iurn RpritiK Uk ol' IttHjU tunl SIioch, I will fell my entiiu ktoc k on uniMi iii K''i".v rc'Huc.(!t irircH. llooU nml hhfu-H itiHiItt Uionlfr. Hi'palrm ni'iiilv iloiHv (tKolCI.K IHH IIWAI.T, Uea9luBin Day tun, Ohio. ATLANTA HOUSE, AM XlESTAUIlAKrT, 1M. at market Mtreet, North tifle.rsst eiul of Market, UAYToy.oilln. Re-fitted, Re-furnished and Ee-opjned on tne European flan. Iif linnilinsNiHi run to nml from nil trnius. Ample niiiiiiing lor Horses. iii'minwiiin .iaciiii n Au ?i r.lt, I roprletor. I.Kr A!I n Atll r'ACTI IIi:!) TOBACCO AND SEGARS TriMlo HalcHrooniH, Dey Kt., N. Y, Auction bales helilflvurv MomUv U'.i,,n.i..v nml Kri.iny. ' ' iill (ools sol'l on Commission at tlio reicti'ur Kumlttiime. until immrillutely ftcr eaih ass ts)ilsliriiiiienttt sulir teil tti l.,..it' xi iu.. turetl foliitit'o ami Heiriirs I'lirlleiiinr uiiei.il.m "i or Ki" " siiiptiers in lloml. i.ionrui ftiivunt-e lliiuie. I. IIOIIIILAS I'AUl.KtNS) II. W OHHtN I II lltiliil.xH flll KINS i.. n. i aclsins. j (o., Auctioneers. HKKKHKNCK8 BV I'KKMISSION. Jakss 8vmNtiTON, linnortar. SI) llouvcrHt.. S V AI STIM A. KsTV.DStiileHI , N. V. WX. .1 HTITT A (.11 Its 17flVi.l.li.l,, ul V V lon. H lIKossor t liii-.tHo. l.lent.Uov of Illinois. ...l. na.iKl, AHnTIIN, f urilHlHI I IIU, rill. jiuiN-uuini l. 11 KbK. , ,W. W, WUOIIWARU T. J. WSAKLIir McKEE, WOODWARD & WEAKLEY, (hur.wnMirs Ui WnKiimsn. Hinlth It Co..) WHOLESALE GROCEES AND ItKAKH IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors . Jl main (Oprra Bntldinir,) AUo, DlritlMcr of Ttonr1)n, Hyo, anil i'nrn Whukf, L'iwr HmliiHk , Ohio. i.ol&Uu ly (HiU'r(-n-.or Ui S. A K. HUtiiImtkuv,) no. Tiiiun ntici;i:t, H9t lo i-AHtoririce. UAVTon,o., llfoni.l) notifv hinohl fiirmlit hihI lim piilihc M KOirnllv tint hi hw rtiini ltiiiiiml ImihI Uttm. Ktitt ill In rraltiT ki-i-ii nut of the imxtl ooiniHuUt HfeHiku ol (HoLhinir, Men VViMritiid fur- uihIiiiik in Out city, nii't whinh lit h HI i '4ittitH r thitit tlit riiafsl. I nil jtmj lM'convtn'l. UoUt-.Uti. 1A( I, A. I. A KM-: in AUMlNUsTltATOirS SAIJ-I OK ItKA I, KTATK. Marl Woimmu'i A.liiilnl-tmUir t. Murjr 'I'heil vt ul. N ourHiftiiw of nn nrilcrof ial irraiiU'd hv iit I'mUiiU' ciuit ul M jutKtmT) Cutiuly, tlnu( 1 On th ttA day o M-rmary. A. D IW7, two o't lix'k r H.. Mt the iloor of tint ( uurt lioutr, Uie liiltou ildHcrilMMl rvul valiiU : tiuiiMJ in vht niy uf iut4Ui nn. t ounty or MoilLunUII'ry, Hill! ill till HlHUl vl Ohio, iMjiuu tllf ft liuir (II till) OUlll llUll (if lilt II11kIIi1 icnn avdirtliiitf tu tho l:it of laM ellv of livUut. t'iKHt unl lot there i nt'iit ami ciiifurtittilf uuu- i"iy oiii'k hoiH, iwiutuiiiiiig thrvtt riouik, iu cliKlinif h ooinlurtnhlii ktlriitu. Hndi titiiirtv Iia- l'tn amttHl t tftOU TKRmH HALt-Oil llt.l.1 ,h ....m.II.IhI OlltJ VfUr. Mtlll OlktJ'tltilll III tUII Titurs I i-.it I. unit), wiLh iiiUTfMl, tt. iH.viiifiit to bo jurv4 iuuri(Ui(u U(hu tn pieuii-'', mi i'll tin AHLK, Atlnir of EfttaUMif Mitru uruiAii, UtwnHi. W VNDILIM (HHKLHillKR, J. II. bAtiuoTT, Ail for bclinllo. 1HW4 In hm in a. er tht tu BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Wasihniitoh, .Isiiiiiirv 15. Tlii cltslr op cti)lcil by j'rcslilcitt Lincoln wlipii n sltiiiti'tl litis l)Mn turned ovc" by tlio V sr licptirtinciit to tho Interior I iepiirtniotit, for snfc kccpliifr. Simon t'liineron wuselpctcil Unltetl Stntcs Setiiitor hy n strict psrty yotc. Tit vote In tltn Sniiiitr sttiotl : For Ciitiipron, lit; for ( ownn. 1(1. Tim lionsp votctl : l'or Ciiin cron. (12! for (.'ntviii, H7. (Inneiiil Sickles will (rive pvIiIpiic.o before the coiiinilltep to liivcstljrntp Hip inurtlnr of I iiliin soldiers In Huntli t'tirollnii. Scitc tnry Httinioti will nlso testify. 'I lit! ISecretnry of tlie Nsvy litis tllsnilssed nil thp olllcprs iif tlie New Ironslilits, on lh tfrounil tlnit It wss In consequence of tltrlr cnrcleosiicss flint the vessel wns biiriieil. '1'he Hiinntil nieetltiif nf the Afrit-mi Colo nl.iilltin Koclely whs licltl here to-tlny. The receipts (nr the vein-were :M. la;l, hihI the ilislrtirscincnts ?:iS.Hia. Mil. hot the fiintls were exieiiilc!lii I he ptircltsse sntl tlttlnif out or lite ship tiolconilii. which csrrlctl six litiitilrctl nml sixty enilirrsiits U I.ihcrlu 111 Novcinher. Atltlitlonsi Ireetlnien to the milliner of six bitntireil nntl forty nre reatly to sun. [Special Dispatch to Cincinnati Enquirer.] Wahiiikiiton, .Tiuiiitiry 15. It, Is now stn tetl hv IhnftP who liml'esa In hnvn lenrnpil the )i1nns of the Iciulcrs In the liiixHcliincnt scneine, r.lmt tinvinif come to the concliision Hint there eniuiot be a ponrlctlon In the N'tiHto, even thniie;h the President shonlil bit hrotiifht iM-lnrelhiit hotly on sil Inipeticli mcnt by the House, the lesilers intuit lonerl hnvn tleternilnetl to puss a law provltllnjr iiiar. wnen articles oi iiiiiH'acliniPiitnrp pro fcrrctl the party cliaiKeil shall be Itnnicill atcly BiisiH'inleil In the execution of his of ftcliil ilntles, anil another placed In bis of tloe until the trial Is over. lintlcr sncl-. a law It Is claimed the mere pnssnsre of the bill In the House would sus pend Mr. Johnson, nntl Mr. Wade would be selet tetl its t lie art interim President. Hv pro- ii'iil'iiil' ine u nit until tne -nil nt March, inon, Mr. ,ioiinoti woultl lie ollecttiiilly leg islated out ol olllee, nml in the iseiintlini the I erritorliil nntl other iiiciiurcs intended lor the reconstruction of the South run he pttssctl. Such is tlie outline of the plnn MISCELLANEOUS. Ti"! ri-i'-ltlcnt's tuition iii the case of (i. II. I.nninr, of (lenrKlti, litis just come to light. He wits arrested anil tried in Octo ber nntl November, 1Kr.fi, for fraud and brib ery unit lor stealing ( iovcrnnienl cottons. liiiinil guilty nntl sentenced to rive year Imprisonment and a line nl J5,IXKI, Tile sen tence wits set aside hv tlie I'reslilent. Some Inquiry liavliifr been iimile about tlie iimoiitit of money to be paid for tlie arrest ol ilohn II. Hnrrntt, It Is wottli while to call attention to the fact that the order ottering a reward for his capture was re voked by the President some time late In the fall o 1SII5. j nn Senate (', iniiiiittce on Foreign Ite liitioiis has not tuken any action on Secro- lary Cowiiu'm appoliit.mctit. Ten or twelve Ueiiuhllcan I onirressnien from Peimsvl vtiiiln liavt! presented n protest iigalnst liis ciiiiiirnitii,itin. A fornildahle delegation of Iron nut mi liictnrers Is expected here to-morrow. They entile from Pennsylvania, nml want a very high tnrill'to protect their Interests. Mr. Sherman presented a petition from the citizens of He llcfontuiuc, Ohio, asking; mic exclusion irom Olllee oi nil nersoiis nil. dieted to the use of splrltous liutiors, nml milking such pmcl Ice n cause tor removal. When tho Nebraska bill cnine up there were us) iiieiiinurs in nt.liMlilllllcc. with tin galleries overllowing with spectators. Thud. Stevens declared that no State oos- sesscd a republican form of government minimi not. irive nil persons Do lit en nm civil cqniiliiy. ntr. llnliMil New York, said that not a State in New linirlnnd. In such u view, hu.l a repiihliciiii governinent. The bill passed : lua to ri.ri. A memorial of one hundred el'lzens of Xenla.Ohlo, was laid before the Judiciary Committee to day, asking fo Um iiiipeilohment of the I'reslilent. I From Europe. [By the Cable.] London, Januarr 15. The Ice on t.h lnL-,. in liegrtit's Park broke through to-day while crowded with skaters. Over torn hundred ersoiis were precipitated Into the water, and thirty drowned. i'Aitis. .Iiinuai-y ir,. Detachments of 1- rench troops from Alexlro have arrived in l-'rance. AI'l.KH, .Iiiniiurv 1(5 A violent vlslled the bnv last liiirht. '1 went v-iVmr ships were wrecked, but only n few lives i-l r lost. I.ivkiii'iioi., January 16 Kvenln.r. Cot- tnn very thill mid lower; sales 4,0(XI bales middling uplands nt H'f(. iirennsiiiiis nrmcr. ( orn 42s. Cd. An Ice Excitement. Pl'iTStiritii. Jaiiiinrv 15. Therp iSfinnfllil. enlhle excitement hcie by river me In re gard tn the breaking up of tlie river. Ity advices received, we learn that at dusk a heavy Ice gorge was at i'ort Pern- slv miles up tlio Monongnhela lilvcr lind at Itrtiwnsviile. Ttit river sni uivi.,.i. r..,.. mid rising fust. Tito pier murks here Indi cate ten lis-t waU-r In the channel, lloat iiikii cxpts t that heavy losses will take plucts. 1 -a t New York Affairs. icw YoitK, January ln.- Adfllnhiia Schwurz, 11 passenger by the steamer ltre- nien. was arrested on her arrival, by order of United States Marshal Murray, on a chnrgcnf forgery in Vienna, to tlie'ainouiit of HKUKK) florins. The requisition lor ex tradition was Issued u few days since, at the Instance of the Austrian Consul, on the authority of a Cable disputed. The case on trial in the criminal court, of Duvltl M. Freeman against Seadoe Street, plalntlll' claims 910.miu dainitges from Street for eloping with bis wife from Chicago In lsim. Iliiiiimond, coinuinndcr nf tlie shiHi lu vliicihlii nntl City of New York, anil John Shannon, wero arrested ou charge of rob bing tho StouiugUiu lino of steamer of freight valued at 10.(XK1 or $15,000. A correspondent of the New York Hrr aid writing from Rome, savs Hint Siirrutt'a coniratlcs in the l'iiml iiiiuves represent nun i a reservcii anil iiuooirusive person, lie passed his days on guard ill w rltlnir on the wall phrases dccluhcrahln bv none hut himself. When In barracks be would writ 011 paper by the hour, nntl then tear up the manuscript. He read little, talked less, but evinced much partiality fur wrestling, at which no was an lulept. ft the In M-itinjr im Ui BRIDGE LETTING. N"OTl K I fafM-hy Km thnt ("ttlc. proi.,,,! will n rtf I'lvislal thu Aii.litur sOUK hoi lim. Icr Munty, Oluo. unit) 10 oVliw k A. M ou I'ut. tiny K(.-iir.mry It, iwil, lurUiv builUiDgofa Wooden Bridge Over the Miami River, i iw civ t iiumlll'm, iiimii ii lt.et.iitt of lb- oi.l buililmg ul iiion the kttmo nliirr Thtmr lispt wfon the nliu( I 30 ItH-t. Hitti lhr wUI I.M nil will w uIhjuI s;o iHt. hihI hr wMI ithT utii- or itt pa-nt us will lsjjl nil Tim iUr win im) iHxnn w ie it if ii. I He wbutninit mtu iicr w ill Im wi ll MMUin-tl Iiv nihnir. Ai iii ..m. finif tu'Kleil iiropositiN will iH'Vft i'Util fur Uiti hinlil nip ui a mi. r M'r.iN itKliM.K over lUr Munui Kivar, 4'utiiiri-tiiiK llijfh ami Mii tu''l thu oil v ol lluiinltsiii Hnun litw(Mn towtn 4tai w tin MJttHt w uturwav In-iwiwu iii w.t ia..r id fthutnti'iit. Alto but will m rwei vm1 forth ituihliiiK ui an Into Itn.lict' ttiri't n iw t- h uimiu tin' lal nrti)irt All thff uiaMHirv Inaiih. tutv tu Iwuf ihf uttt nmts.rU and wurkuiausl)ii, ami fur fitiitir uf tlu lion lfnlrti or woujIbu UuAn, bitliU-M will hid Uy th ivh ftir nnumiiry inwliultnir nwvatitiii, ami by thu lout liul tor kUM ixlnu tun. lUtlsU'i-i for tha ii.iMiti.u hrxlKi w ill hut for tin enure work, bhl.lrr lur ilhoi- hi ml ol bridirt' will lurn Uh lln-ii im u tilkii anl (t-ltlt-atioiti. Tto ('uuniiiikiuiittrii nwi viiia: tlirintlve thi nynt to (ttrittu what kiml of a tn.lir thttv w ill tiavt- built aud the liMintioii fur tho kauia atU-r the hi tin vhall hnv hHn opcuvU. I mj oruui oi 4iuiin uniiuisHionttri). ( jHlvin t. A. i AMI'lihl.l,, tuunty Auilitur. now -aid th l l-.'hrnary B- ON iiuu on MY I, ll Olilier Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, January 15. The innrkels are unusually quiet, and with the exception of l'ork and Provisions, wpak. Neither Flour nor drain was of- fcred to soy extent nntl although an uude- 4 tcrniluetl henv I ness exists, there seems to be no anxiety w hatever. Ilreiulstiifrs are all quiet. The best Rrntles of Flour aro not obtainable at mty eonsltlernhln reduction from previous quotations. Home few sales were mntle under concession, but none of siitllcletit amount tn qnnllfy prlreo. Fan cies nre nonilnnllv 14 IV); fund lies, from ill 2ftfA I a 75 for spring, sntl tUttaa SO for, winters; extras, fllwli; anil superllues, $ NXirtl 75, and l()f 1( 2.5 for the grades. Wheat Is dull. ,'o. I red winter Is held at, $'2 Kodca K7: No. 3 tin. at J SO. No. 1 spring nt, 92 115, and Nn. SI at. J in'J -2(1. (.oru remain quiet. Stiles of new mixed shelled innile nt. Roc.; shullei In bulk Is tptotetl at fiSdfiAlk'n and in tlie enr at 52(4 .Vic. Hits ara also heavy and without mar ket. Hurley is held at 91 70(9 1 7 for ' choice- fall. Iye is steady, but quiet. VI IS is refused for No. 1. Whisky Is oilier, nml steady, with fair sales of bonded nt 2flc. (Jrocerles continue rather quiet, yet a very fair local trade Is lining; prices are all firm in anticipation of a Inrgn renewal of trade nt once upon theoiH-niiig of the river, lilcp nud 'J ens have no change. IJotleea are moving fairly In small shipping quantities, but no ndvntice hns yet been mane. Sugars are firm ami disposed to advance. Molasses Is heavy nud nearly flat. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, January 15. Money rather more easy at (1(3,7 per cent, on call loans. Sterling lirm at 9,iaii, sold for first- " class bills, Uolil firmer, opening at 135, advancing to l.'lft'j, declining to and closing at Government stocks nre without any 111a terinl eJiatige. IJISSOT.I'TION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. rpilK pnrtniuiihlp hcretolore existing under Iho I linn nHinfl ul llnin.on It Tmitmun, vn ill.- ml ve.1 hv in 11 1 11 nl ronc.ii. on thc7ih ilny of Jnnn- sry, I mil. Kiiher partner Is aulhorleeil to (tittie the busliifa ol the 0I1I arm .lOlIN 1. IIKINHIIN, L. A. TltKUTM AM. ItUSINESS NOTICK. (;. A. Trcntmsn will rontlnnn the Imnlneas nt the olit aluilil of iluiiiKon A i'relltmiui, t No. M .let- lei.oil HlriH-t, onu floor south ol" the Sernml Na tions! llHllk. I.-. A. I ttKI 1AIA.N Jiintinry I, isni. JsUiJl IWIM, sell my untlre stork I Itouifllt of S A K. HU'iiimrger, conslstinK ol A LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING. Anil piece irooils, i hlni hilliw mi. I lleavers, Hnts, (,np ami 1 ifnis-riiriii.hiiiK goals, eio.,uttj., which will Kiiiouiitro to M il AT EASTERN COST, In evorr sme mmle itlmve one ilollsr. If the gooils shonlil pnive ollinrw le, thev run w returned, will sell piece icotHls hy the yurtl or hsve It niinle tip 1 lio . I'AUL A. LAI-UK. jillUtlHwuH I Mcrchants'iiiHl Furmors' Hotel I.. I.ICIM I ', t , Proprloltsr. TKIIMS, TWO HOl.l, Alts KR DAY. I. J'l':N.T.ir'Vl.r"r '""C lioi'll'irtl oftha 1 J r I'ltllkllll llniihiv lliivum 1. ... f .. 1. .... .. 1. r Uio line new Hotel, rerfnlly 'o,ene, n the Iioun House, snil will hereHller i-m,.l.i,. I, nlsive nsnie. 'I'lio huliani I. new, ami every, tiling in Ills cntii ely now. Kvuty eltoit will be niailo to pleuse the gneslt of the home. ja.iij4iin,l Iinjmrttfr oi RHEIN WEITT Ami lIHr in CATAWBA WINE, No. 27 Third Street, slmtL Dytoii, Ohio. WALTER TROWBRIDGE, Custom Boot and Shoe Maker, F.,url ,trtrt, one door tatl of TtltH-opt Building, M11l.es to order all kinds of l.mlius' anil Uenlle iniin'a wear, ol the latest atylea ami Ih-si ma- PHILLIPS HOUSE, 1 oruiir or Mum aud Third street., lAYTOX, OHIO. Keibold - . Proprietor 'plI I.S lurire anil popular hotel hiu hern nut In thorough ropnlr, from Ihe basement to the MUi!, ami etery i-onreniemre uutt eoruiort provhl. il. without regard lo eieii.e, making . sith. out iiiesUiu, a KI HST-CfiAKS IIOTKL,. 'Ihn "I'hllllps" ( ftirhlshtHl with everv eon to nii'ine and luxury known In hotel-keening in America, anil artcmls an elegant home lo any travelers, 01 others who mar lavnr it Willi their pitlroiuigo. l.'lral iiiiung. iiuuu made with per llianvnl oourili-rs. JaSiltf FL01 K K lFEKI) TTOttE. No.r.;i WAYMK STItEKT. 33 ugono Dutoit K,i..il,''.'';!"""i".'r.'.';n r,,u suiipiv oi . . t ' 1 ' l wholesalo iimf Veiall. wlilill he will. ,. iui low as It tan lie ImjiiiiIiI alnliv other store i.r mill in the city. HisaUK lTla all of hr liejl .,na ly He ,11 ilellver 111. .sine lo ai.y purl ol Ihe rily free or charge. ' Also a lurga sto.li of Hue old busts l.,r .,, .!.... mallieases, ready lor u.e dultlsw W SMITH ami M tri-arrt hn.ilh. hit wile will t.ikt not ir that l human J. K. Smith ol' it... loimlv uf Al.iii.tfoiin'r) BU 4 siatoof Ohio, dii ou 9ih iluy of .Unuiiry. A. i. lHt,7. die hi. im-iHiud thu rtifirior I unit m itlnii un. fur the cunuty of kloi.iguHi.ry In -tti. I MaUjol Oluo atfaiiiHt I ha in Id John Mmlth mid Margaret Smiili, dtudanu forth that th aid dt'ifiittantK Kav a murtifMKB U tha aid Hiuifiaa J. H. bin l th on loi in Imt twrat.v five btinrtrod aad thirty, nina In th lty of UhvUiii. ruuntr and hUla HhJitatd loMjrurc the payment u $ifi0 w or.linir .rUiii 11..U1 n fn n d lo in mid iiiortKKv. and pm)iitir thnt x.id ilf fiidantn may par oiiid cuui fhiiiiitil Ui U" dim, amouutm u 4A0 or t Imt pn-iniftra may U- ituld topavtho .. and Niild dt li-nilaiiU art iiutilltnl that tlity r r .irwl u nppiMrNdNii-wraii i-t-im-.u, on or r..rt the third SatunLty atw-r thu Ituh ,itt of next. TUOH. J. b bMl'lll. ATTAC1IMKNT. 1"Tor, Plaiiitiir t 4 haa A Brown, Ii. frmlniit. anil It II M ill..r, J.d.n W. .iKhty and Adatn I,;uii(nud Mitun ..an, tiariii-lucit lie lor. I. dm ll M..'haii, I. 1. ol Idiaiul low ukliip, MmUiftimi'ry t ounty. tlhio. 'sfiih day u h cn.lMr, iMftfl. aid Jiititlra lA-iifl nn ur.h r of ali.tt.hi.it nL in thr mU.vi; c. mr im- mini or pnv wi (. mi-a a-i fur hourin thu ltltlt day of i hruaiy, jmit. at rlirnt n u . Jl C. TA. LOU. A n AM (LAY. A tinnier Miamibburtf, o., ltK4it)ilr 41. 1R06. 183 Dr C. McpERMONT, Surgeon General of Ohio. Unit K-IIIKNKR TIIIRII AKD MII.KtXSOJt HTHKK.S. llAY'ltlN, IIIIIO. oeMir , NOTICE. slfe, lotharine Janet bul.h. ami mi ,lauh. ter. .1 Ulie t 'lull.!, a.i.w u...lUr I . . m, Miihout .unirienl ruwor Ji'islilli ation I herehv iiotlt'v all urnvsn b..l i.. ... '... of tlisui ou mv ai ioiiut. JACUB tilt HB. of Cetitenllle '