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MAVOE. O W. Tpmntifi li ft m dliUt for re-eUfHoa fottir ofM of lUvnr nth A m. H. 4in ir.irtB Will b ft tftiHirlfct foff ftiftTit ol thtt city lit t!i nsulr.( April Jitlo. mli CITY MARSHAL, w r ftntiorlMl tn unnnunnf th fit.ni of Aami'Sl Hit mar us m ft euylMt lor Urshl tb ensuing SpiUig elecllwiu I m km it eanilldnte for re-lrotloa to the oAm or 'itv Mitrohftl. mhS Wm. Haiti aw Opt, Amo-Ci.-! will h upportd bjr h p(fi lor iftiifti hi tneiee-ioft ensui-egiM April, rati ft COKSTABLK. thnmtof lAiDiUbi ftt tli ensuing election. mtrtli Aim Kmri, wl!1 Amtilt1ftto for re-.e- tlon to the otttce of Constat!.. At th entUirijr ! tlon. marls f.tnk Jerrrav. ( ft oftnrttriftU for Gonstati.4 lit the ensiling elefttiitn. mhl CI I V Cr.KRK, P'tfttf anrtounn-. tiro. P. Boti m ft e an (.Male for theotlloe of City Clerk ftt the ensuing election. HoHt:n.r Tonne if t( It ft etindl'Ute for City Clerk mhl .,. H. JArminif Ii ft tamlMate for the offiei of Cltv Clerk At the cnsulnc elation. mh7 A. A. UrTrtiHtiKLit wilt le ft oamUrtate for rA-ntuu to the office of City Clerk ftt the April lection. ftihi AnKEW Hsu. will bft ftciodldftte forcitjr Clerk nt the April emotion. mhl nth'nv Tk.rn ami will bft 11 eandld.U lor City Clerk At the A.ll election. Mr. ft. atak. Doth the Utrmfto ami r.JKi'" .u-;uaie. nni CITY TKRA8UKKB. J. B i i-n riiT ! ft can.Milate for Cit Treaurrat the etii iinK election, mnai K. Favoritc, ii a candidate for City Tr astir- r at the enutun HprUf el rot ion. marie-tf ( fnurntl, iAieite and tirrmnn papers copy) J. 1) Fox Ii a can...1r.te for City Treasurer at the eneiildK l,rl"K election. -UHAHi.no. Kir.ira ltacftftdldfttoforr-e1e Hon to theotfljeof Ctiy Treasurer, aihl CITY ENGINEER. VmiRpfi B. Jon will bt ft candidate for re election to theoftlos of City Engineer, mtals Hamucl B. flnovp will be a candidate for City Rjglner at the ennulog April election, mhl COUNCILMAN. We ftte rithortxed to announce Tno. H. Pwil i.tttas ft uftnUUa e for re-election to the offlee of Counail'iiftn In the lid ward. tnhtl Pleace aunouncc Amor 'kccitai n candidate for r-el ion to the ortice of Councilman la the let Want Ulhlt Joun H. inN, It a candidate for re-election to 'Conn ill Cruntheail ward. marl? Hiram hiaon'J, lift eandldate for Council man In ths he. om Ward. marie t. L- (lii.ut.ANulii aanitJate for re-election for Couiiallmau la the Fourth Ward. mhli. A K. Mi-Clvre ii ft einildate for Counellman la the lith ward. nilift William Pattjs Ii a candidate forCouooll man In the oth Ward. nib? ASSESSOR. I.cwii Heinz lift eandldate for Aitesior lnthe lit Ward. mt.QO W. W. Matkewi, Ii ft candidate for Alienor In the r'ifth ward at the enulne election. marW Jamki H. Sl iinkhlv, Ii a ctudidate for Anei or In the 6th wnnl. marls M taAi b Whitket Ii ft candidate for Alienor !nthe4th Ward. mh7 K. Kmpimk: Plcaie announce Die name of Ja cob Htuphani ai 11 uaudid&te for re-election to the ottlie ol AiiPHor In the 4th Ward. Mr. ft. jave getitfrnl latlilacllon hnetoiure la thle office, and leaki botu the Knelith and Oerman lanauftK'a, well. Manv VuTcmor TMJi4Tii Waku, mhd WOOD MEAM'HEK. R. At.len In a candidate for re-election to the offlce of Wood Meaiurcr at the eniulug election. in aril I HKttttr Buvinoeh wilt be ft candidate for j Wood ftloaiurer, before the eople ftt the April election. mhl CITY INFIRMARY. i C. Hevci.v Ii ft eandldate for City Infirmary Il I lector at the ennliiK election- mnlB Davio a WAHtHAJi, ii a candidate fir City itdrmary I i rector. marlT -C. A Htabb, Ii a candidate for City Inilrniary lh rector at the eniuinr Horlnir eleotlon. marl 4 Copt. J. A. Mi nic it ti a candidate for reflection to theotll e of Infirmary Director, mhjeot to the de clilonof the voteriof the city. mhlo 1 . Waltkr will te a candidate for Director of city innrmary, ftt the ennuiug election. mliA A WohlIi ft candidate lorCity Innrmary Di rector. He ipeakt Kngliih German And French, nil) 6 FCUOOL BOARD. John H. Stoppki.m an Ii ft candidate foi School Board tn the 6th Ward. in ha W m . LtoNAui), ti a candidate for member of rne sonoot uoara mine tn waru. ho ii oppoeeo to payioff a Superintendent ft 1 2,000 per year lor la bor periormcd hy the Principal! of the nchooli, and by the .-ijnjl Board, marl6 ASSIGNEE S SALE OF Flouring Mill, Flue Dwelling IloiiHeund Lund! I WILL offer at publio 'sale, between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. and t P. M., On THUKDA Y, March 22, 1860, The 'aluable Mill Property, Dwelling Houie. Landi ftnd appurtenftocei formerly owned and oooupic I by Jonathan K.earauvertiltuftt In Butler Towoihtp, Montgomery County, Ohio, one and half mtleienat ol .Union, on the road leading fro at Union to HprlngCtel'l, The Flour! tie Mill, lti work! and machinery are in (rood order, haa two run of bun, and cm be op rnted throughout the year by a waer power of pring branch, thrown upon ft large oven hot wheel When the water partially faili, the mill an be operated by an engine of 'i hone power, which It contains. The Dwelling Home li of brick, finely lituated, well built and new, nnd hai eonventent out houaee ftttachel. The land attached to the mill and dwelling 00m prue 24 acrei and 10 perch ei, 16 acrea of which are tllUhie and good. The above property Ii very deilrable, andean prohahly be purchased at a great bargain. TKHM8 UK BALK-One third cash In band, and the remaiuder In two equal Annual payments, with Interest, secured by mortgage on the premises, re serving one bid to the Assignee. JOHN FUR If A 9. Assignee of Jonathan Keafauver. feb36-1tdtww No. 11G, Main street LADIES A GENTLEMEN,' 4 RR YOU IN WANT OK il anything In th. way or Boot, Shoes, Oatiers or Children' Wviir, 116 main I or .n; alodl U an, you would; fa uo wu to remtmbtr that 1 8. 'W. Wilson, NO. U6 MAIN ST., HA. Complete Assortment or n i s o w!:N Manufacture, Which h. o)Ten at at LO W PR1- 11 0 in In 'K4 a. any other houi. la tltt lX.Cull and judge Cot ourseivei. W. WIUOW, an No. II. Main it, W. H. CALLEHDEE, Blank Book Manufacturer AND Wbolesule Pier Denier, DAYTON, O. JanM John Sherwood's Assign ment. J E V EL It Y ! I WILL aell at 1'uUio Auotion ia Ikckel'i Bullillnx, Diiytoa Ohio, on Taa.day March 20th. 1860. All th. personal property Mnil.tock In trad, or John Sh.rwootl, onn.i.tliiK In pnrt ot . l.rKeMMrtnicnt ol VALUAHLKJKWtXHV, or all kluili, two Una ami v.'y h.nil.om. alio W CANKH on. EXTR A PI ANO, on. I.rg. SAk't:, auil sou. houmuoUI t urul tura. Th. .toekor Jwwt. of Mr. Wlerod mWbouiht for th. reMil bualuea, .1,4. -much or It ol tb. Hum! quality, P.r.on. uny h.v goiul uftra.lo. Uolil will b. aoltl a-old, .liv.r u .llv.r, and pUUU war. a. pl.tad ware ouly. Purhaa.r. may rely upon a-1 rfiLirw.ntlirfi. aiad.. Th. sal. will prTnilury aud tk. food. BaU.t .ll,nomtu r ht tbry lrln. Tknni. am ..ir. uiilrr $bO aa.li oa .alaaovar that antouun a er.uil uinww uaya) u aapl. rltybaaiv.rn'' Hal. will wnuduaajaay.a. uayl a.aary to f"t " f allL'roN SKNNKT, Aaslgaaa. fobl-aw wIHIIpS'liue'a Kelule, "KTOT 'lK is hereby itiv.u that the nnder J.M .'" hw ,h' U,K ,NIo BMiolaled aad qu.ll. m.a . Aduiulitr.tor on Hi. IvM.le ol KkiHlp a,ii. ' te.a.nl.lt. or Monleouiery touaty, O. .TM!e 'T,l",i Adatlautiitor, VOL. XI. IJAYON OHIO, TI1UKSDAY, MAKCII 22, 1SG0. NO. 219. THE DAILY EMPIRE OWIOl fU.UOATION!' lupin Tkir lU.ill iU UH Mail t Mtm Br W.il..,ooti.r fHflaiifiuit, 10ei.pAr w.h.pty.tii.tihiMrvlr. Cincinnati Agency. Th. Clnelnniti Trot Foondrr Oonmnf ll onr duly mthoriiad Arnt to mk eootr.ru nd rwtaiptrar AdrMimmU (nbMriptioni, Ac, in tk.tettr. T Hi'(ji.r. T Kmnlr.ob Rooaii rio eompUi. trim, d w. r. . .w prrpred todoworkofalldMeriptioa. iath ityle Dim.art. jii i uatiHiutal Work nd l.arn nur pTIr... - 7 . LTli &vrniri.(ti. A.drniluil)nt or Notirnfor Ik. Kmpir. ba baodcdlnt th.offlc. by I. 'tUck an th.diy th.j rr d- tfrrc.ioin.crt th.a aTUrthalhour. Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Weekly Advertisements. Thoaa who de!r to h dTertiemnt n.erted ia tha Wttklv Emphrt ahoald hand them in by Hatarday morniDj;, atthelataat. Our adTerti.ini Datrom will nurociira mat, dt onr arraDKement or readiDK mattar, tbeir sdyartitameDta will ba alw&ja nrv rery important matttr to them. tTSae 4th paga for Telegraph Keporta. Daily Calender. ITFridar. 33d. Bud riaei Sh S9ai Set. 6h 15m. Wahtid to Rt. A wood Dw.Ulnc Hania. Eoqalt.at thi office. CT The regular aj.tiog of the Y, M. C. A ill take place at Weel.T Chapel, 3d at., Ihia erenmg, eamaieneing at half put 7 o'clock. I. O. O. t. Tha members of the diff.rent Lodgeeor the 1,0. O. F. are itiiiled to Laeet with Schiller Lodge. 3( 6, at 1 o'clock to-mor row, March 93d, to attend the funeral of Bro. Mom., t,f Schiller Lodge. Reeideace oa Uhartrea at., between. lh sod Sth. ; 1. 0. R. M.- We leara that the Bhawnee Tribe No. 18, 1. 0. E. M. ef Ihia city, bare pnrehaaal ht furniture and uztaret of the "Tempi. of Honor," and will Minor, iatoth.lr Hall,(Stral.'a building,) th. Irat of n.it month. The Order Ii beaouing 'trong In our city, and nunibar. man af aur "fir.t eltluni." Th. order will turn out to fbroe at the State parade la Cincinnati oa tha S4th of a.a' month. VT The Christian Church of thla cily, which b.a been without a paator for aorae time pa.t lately extended a call to the Rev. John W Err.tt, of Warren, Trumbull county, which ne baa accepted. Mr. Krr.lt i. an eminent theologian, and will, no doubt, be "the meace of turning many from darko'eae unto light He enter, upon hie putaral dutiee neat 8ud day. - lli Ltrr. At the committee meeting laat night at Oregon Hall, for the purpoae of deciding whether a Firemen'. Union Fair ahould be held here thia 8pring, there waa a lie Tots. The Oregona, Delugee and Biire Toted ia faror, while the Books, Icdependento and Miemie roled againat iU The Neptune company waa not represented. We take It that the question 1 lost, and that there will be no fair. - tT The aale of welry, watches, docks, die, etc., will be continued at the room ia (be Beck- el Building, Id, sear Jefferson, to-night, and to-morrow afternoon at S o'clock. , The gooda are of the finest and beat qualities, and are aeU ling at eery low price. to of .J I. n - vuvkt tuTTrnae. . 1 ne uourt 01 UommoD Pleaalook up iU Criminal docket this morning, The Drat case celled waa Stale ts. Was. 8bar- rott, charged with burglary, atealing gooda from the store of John, Ven Doren efc Oo. Sbar rett ia what we Weatern people call a "eenlle- maa of color," but he styles himself a "spotted Yaokeel" Bis case had been continued from tbeprerioua term, on tha grourid that he ob jected to being tried while a Democratic Proaev cutmg Attorney had tha management of State srfairs; he didn't beliere he would get justice. Besides the fellow did not lika the physiognomy of the Judge; he did not believe he waa par. tial to ".polled Yankees!" With thla novel plea the fellow's fancy had been tickled by postponement until lender. He waa defended by . W. Dariea. Esq., but the Jury brought him lo guilty without leering tbeir seats. Tha trial of the neveral indictments against Henderson waa continued, we learn, oa account of tha absence of important testimony for the Stets. The eaaa of J. 0. UcKlnney, charged with horse stealing waa taken ae thia after Boon, old be the the the d "Atiaxtic," rua AmiL-Payaes. Pbillina' new Uuilding, Main, near 3d, barn the Allan tie Monthly for April. Our readers generally are aware of the peculiar political bearing of thia magasine; it la very fishy en the African question. It ia, however, an alia institution, and its literary gema and humorous nubs are worth a treat deal more than ia aaked for the work. Ortit Book Accrioa this evening, remember. tne nooe auction win commence st 110, Main elreet. We hsve looked at the stock of books and can aay they are fully what the Aasignee claims they are. We hope now theta Grit rate offer is made to procure good books at a mere nominal edst, the people will sot neglect the chance. tT The chevaliere d'iodu.tri. aeeas deter, miaed to dieMiami dry. Nearly every eve ning attempt, are made to rob houses, with but indifferent ancceea. The amouata secured by the thieve thus far bare been email. This baa not been becauae the burglariee w.re not well planned ia ateaoet every caae the thievee aeeas to have been better poetad thaa moat eit leans as to snbere to atrlka. It is evident that the thieves live la the aeighborheed. neat aaw to from 3id The 86, tb r They can, are with Ti R, R. Coar.oT Oa Taesday. Lwt, tha stockholder of the Cinciaa.tl, H.nilioo.A Daytoa-'Kaad voted en the contract between that Company and Ike Little Miami aad Oo lumbais A Xenia, with the following result t For- the caatraat, 11,401; agaiast the contract, 1,703, showing aa overwhelming majority in it favor. ThsLittleJliami stockholders vote on the question en lbs 98th laat., whea the measure will aadoubledly receive tbeir appro val, Vd aotl)lsg will remaia but 1 put it Into operation, ' O" A gentleasa who aball be aameleas, not long ago aaarriad a lady repuud tab ikh.wbe ot only turned oal toeja) poor, but soma aeve hundred dollar In dabth aaeurvd blot, however, that la debt waa eoutrsetrd for dry gooda, which .he bought to captive' him! Ooly think of fish psylug L-t the hook with which he was caught. Ural, Ksr.y Ova i'w ths Land ef aaa kyAtwar i i, i,4 hM Brphewr Ti eete-B aeettoa w. ( .. AMehaa. lha east- nt Wl )aea by ivi, . them also, Us. ski men old baa diea, who Oa-U3" the Diary of a Dayton Politician. Reminiscences. March 29th, 1841. The Workiog Meo'a Aasoaiatioa bald It. second eaeeting, thia evening, ia sa nfiaiahed room in tb MaatgnnMry fieneee. The minute, of tb. last meeting were read and upon the questioa of their adoption, Mr. K. Hutchinson, who was suppaaed to be lo a large pile of ehavingi that lay ia a corner of the room, moved to etrike eat ell that part of the minute, that represented Mr. Orren aabav fng made an eloquent Tariff apeeeb. Ha, Mr, H. waa oppoaed to anything like lb mutual admiration ejetem, of encumbering th minute of the wteetiog with hit of "bledg." Mr, McOammoa waoted to know what -th geotle man meant by Ih. lerm "bladge. Mr. SUn.i far thought Mr. MeCammoa might find the word in Buck' Theological Dictionary, under tha head nt Blatkcrekiia, Jt. McOammon looked aiaaaad, be Anally took his seat,appa really very mueb awrplecad about some thing Tha motioa to Strike out was I lien put and carried and the csiautee adopted as amended. Th. President the gave notice that applica- tione for soemberaliip were next in order; where upon Morrie Seely arose and with great dignity pTopsasd himself for member.bip. Juat at this stag of lb proceedings Warren Phillips, who had been singing Whig melodies on the sidewalk to a delighted crowd of men aad boya, made hie appearance ia the room, aud elated that to hi certain knowledge Mr, Beely had not worked any for fifteen yeara, and thought such parson, should aol be admitted membership; at which Mr, Beely became very indignant,mounled one of the Work benches and made a speech which took him nearly an nour to deliver, tne substance or which waa come vague intimation that at oae lime in his life he had "blown a bellows for a blacksmith, and that he wis still able and willing lo siaie, fact which 00 on seemed disposed to doubt, Dick Comly thought the gentlemen waa suffi ciently KiaeV to make a good working man; he would therefore move that ha be admitted lo berehip, which motion, after some Cockney sparring between Tommy Olegg and Jack Wy. att, was put and carried. Tha next applicant waa Mr. Joel 0. Bhoup, who claimed the right to membership oa the ground tbst at some lime in hia life, (he did not know the precise time) he had stuffed horse collar. On being asked whst ba stuffed them with, he could not tall. Jack Wyatt thought gentleman' memory waa too abort; he would therefor oppose hi admission. Tom Brlnghurst thought that Ihe weaknee ef any particular faculty of th mind should not ba bar to membership. Mr 8tanaifer thought Mr. Brioghurat need not be alarmed, a. tb Aaao. eiation did not intend to es-ael member for mental imbecility. Tommy Olegg thought the Aaaoelatioa had spsot time enough upon unprofitable millers of diecussion. He wanted lo diaeus lb Tariff question w ith noma decent Locofoee. Just than seme boya on the eidewalk eommeaeed ainging "That same old coon," which was wildly sp. ptauded by Warren Phillips, and eeenpelled Association to adjourn for one week. 5 to of "Stikklim, Staxxum, Buck." Like Seward, the Col umbos Journal ha found it nseeaasry "let down" few pegs. Unlike Seward, the Journal ha awallowed heel. The followiog will open the eye of th "Old Guard," and probably give aul jMimntMeiee) that whaage front is to ba med Saou, aad that every body I expected to "wig-wag ;" It la time that mere eoaaarvativ views should pret.il. There ere other questions of moment rxsiaoa eiavery. no ureal party can exiat on a aingle idea I That i clever, if it i impudent and insin cere. We live la en "eventful epoch, the historian was wont to aay every Use an innovation scattered Ih dust from oM-Cim foa.il; aod the Rspublicen doctor may yet able lo make aome people believe that a ne gro ie a white man. It ia time that more conservative views should prevail," ia it? Since when waa the measure of the negro busineas filled? Have oppoeilion been feeding on meat that they have become abundantly strong? or are they tired of th abolilioaiata aod their oae idea? But, "there ia no oae talking,-" tha oppoeilion ill do what a "great party" cannot do- change ita profesaion in every Preaidential eonteat. Th oppoeilion haa exi.led upon credulity of the people, and ia obligsd to change frout aa often aa ita rascality has been found owt. , : . ' 1 ' What will Ihe frceeoilers do? Will they obey new order, or will they raise a alink T a of in ll dad ard at ths ted tha tba (T We have received No. S of a paper re cently started at Lebanon, III., by 0. L. Moors Co., end edited by J. P. SnelL entitled th "Illinoie Bon of Temperance." It ia a very looking paper, and ia fraahly edited, a. all paper are. If the high preasure temper once people of Illinois are like Ihe ilk of this State the "Son" will lie about twelve months thst is, if the publisher have money enough keep it going that lone. The "Son" ia pretty paper and ia ably edited. IT The troops ordered to be aeot from New York to Texea for tha protection of the frontier Mexican outragea, will ao leave until the Inst, on account of delay iu procuring a suitable steam Irauaport. The eleamahlp Oraoada ba been chartered for tb pnrpoae. recruit from Oarliala Barraska numbering have reached New York, aod with th dW poeable force at Governor' I.l.od, will make entire atrength of the expedition about 550 A part of the force will be lauded at Iodi.nola, and the reel at Braaoe St. J. go. of i for era tha hold bar part, Oaoosaita r tub Tea t Th Bimm broth at the Head of the Basin, have juat received about SO tone of fresh, fir. I quality grocer iee I have a heavy a slock bow aa any of th.ir neighbors, aad they will sell as low ae Ihey and live. We need net say th Bimm clever snu for every body who have dealt them know it, aad that ia what anakee popular with the people. They have, a vevy. large Block f Mad River Ice, which ia bow tuljirct la the order of ibe pub IT la tb Museum, at Bifalutea, Is a flea containing eevea mieere' souls, seven rich a ooacieocee, th "principloe" of aeveu leading politician., seventeen old bachelors' heart, all th tcmaining sweetness of seventy msids, and the souls of 10,000 maa who cheated the printer. 17 Felix, at the corner of Sd and Main. (Nic Ohmar'e old stand,) ia sow fully prepared to eitead to the old aad yoasg in hia liue. He ovary variety of eeaeeaaile fruits. Baa can cigars, toys for tha eprieg pastimee, aod, indeed, evaryibiag deairable in bis hue. Give aesll. , aVtaJtfargaret Dilleo, an Irish domeetlo. was looking al the Femborton Mill wb.n it fa.Il. waa ao '. completely ueraJyied r,u "h moment (lit luel tb power of apeo, M4 WOUKH " attended tu work nMlettl iM, ha bat Bp) ttr4 f nave iulo out count very by alitioa A leal taeae to " with Year lata tiuilerf Priaee eraaaaa ioaBl waa letter visa te The Temperance Convention, Again. Tb editor of Ihe R.liglou Teloaeope waa one of the delegatus to th recent Btste Tern perance Convention.. In hi. paper of this week bs brltfly gives his opinions of Ihe material of the Convention, and its work. While he may differ with us aa lo Asia the cause of temper enc should be sdranced, ha agrees with us thst ths plsn pursued by ths high priests of Ih present day will not accomplish auylbing for humanity. Here is whst the editor eays about eccentric minister who '(( take lheir"apes cialitle." wiih them wherever they go; We think that those ministers in th Con vention who hsd so much to s.y about what tney nao none, and meant 10 do, 10 Ihe "Mia-, every," and who could nut avoid dragging in their church relatione and peculiariiiee, die- played uolb a waulol mum aud gvud ta.te. Here is Die eeaeiaeiea of our eotemporary. and we commend it to the serious consideration of every honest msn in lb. Sister One fart, bnwsvsr, wss apparent lo the moat superficial observer, via : the abaeuca of plan. Nothing iffectrvs was propoked. No lurces were put luio motion. The Uouveulinn met, talked, resolved, dissolved, and thst wss the aud of lu Aa ibe vila of Intemperance are admitted, Ibeaiio of a Slate Conveuiinn ehoubj be to enow fas? (Aeae iciit are le be rrnwerd. Our talkera, our gieat orator, are not the men lo ahape lb. action wf auch a Oonveulion. O for a Convention of trecricef men, who will de viaeaafan, and tall us bow the thing is tu be rfeae, and aet lha force, to leara I "Doa-ooa it." the Legislstive correapoa dent of the Commercial refere to Ihe "Dora' bills Ibst hsve been before the Legislature, aod thus speaks of the cuseedness of Ihe subs jeetr I hsve as much trouble with the Dorg bill es the LeRlalatur baa had. I can't get it right. Several Dorg bills bsvs been killed; then an other Dorg bill Would turn up. The 8eoate Dorg bill went into the Hoiiee. The House row led at it a while; then It went under, 'hen it recovered from Ihe d eiemper; then ila tail was curtailed; then ita eara were cropped Afterwards a parliamentary collar was put 00; Uien they cut off iu tail close behind ihe eara. Laat evening tbey attached a new dorg to ihe old head, and then paased it providiug tr et any dog ruuaiog at large without hie maaier msy be killed, that the owner of a dog ahsll be responsible for the mischief done by bisdi g, and that doge shall be listed and taxed aa oiler properly and it lnow in the Senate again, in lha hands of Mr, Parish. We hope Mr. Pariah will report ao very favor ably on the bill that it will be paased. ' The "dorg" busineee i carried on entirely loo strorg. 1 here are about two thouaaad dogs more in Ibis city than ere "raeded," and if lb Legislature will do nothing towards their de crease, we hope the people will take it into their heads to dispose of abaci two thirds of them. XT The telegraph informs us that Mr, Cor win wss in Nsw. York on Monday, on bia way Connecticut, tb land of wooden nutmegs, where he ia engaged to appear on the stump in behslf of ths Republicans. That is to aay Old Tom will aet the clown in Ibe Republican performances throughout that Bute. As hs I aot a csndidste for President indeed, ia not. wo believe, candidate for anything, but a kind "Here, Lordl heie. Devil I" eort of an old fellow we hop he msy be allowed to pocket the quarters without the Republicans making fuaa about it, aa tbey did about that old akin lint, Abe Lincoln. Besidee, Old Tom le one tb laborers that is worthy of his hire, and tha'.directidBMenlirely aalik Lincoln) k can go back to any of the Ibeatrra of hla ex ploits aod get a re-engagemeoll The board that knew Lineela once will know him no more forever. The farmer! of North Brookneld, Mass., and Ita aaighborbood, bare bean thrown into a l tat. of ai.il.LE.nt, by tha appearaaoa ef a deatruelive in Motions diisaia among their eatlle. The dlaeaa. might appropriately be called "eonaumptlen fixes upon and oontun.es ths lungs, aad la attea by a violent ooagb. Several farmers la North Brookneld have lost almost their entire herd, and thoia whose animals have not yeteaught theiufee. lien, are extremely anxloua lo have aome ma taken to prevent its furlber extension. ,The diawM is of forslga origin, and seems lo have been introduced into tha town by a foreign bred oalf, purchased In ths nsw town of Bslmoot, by Leon Stoddard. (fc-The people of the town of Chilllootbe, Mis souri, are talking a boat turu'nz Grand Rirur or least the East fork ef It, so ss to bring it slong bsss of lbs bluff near that place. II la estima that they will tbua gain a fall of mora than tw.nty feat In a dlttanie of four milaa, and that water power Ihua created will be worth doable ooat of turning Iba dream anil will ba suB .lent to grind all lha grata and aaw all th. lumber Northern Mlaaouri. Tun IliouttsT Pkaki ik thu World. Humboldt, in bis "Aepeot of Nature,' stales that the highest peak of this ttrth' surface Dwalagiri. ll ia 8,187 meter above tb level of th sea. A higher ha sinoe been discovered, according to tli "Annnair 1860. It ii Kunohingioga, oo th wat range or tb Himalaya. It reaches enormous altitude of 8,588 meters about 28,20(1 feet. Tbs Nsw York lier.14 reckons Abraham Lia ooln'a prolls from rsosnt Xum apaaklag, aad tblska If Ibe liliaoialaa la ludutlrioue, aad bia lu.ga out, ha may earn lea thouaaad dollars bar Iwaen thla and November aaxt. Tba Manitowoe, Wis., Pilot estimated Ihe asm. of eulaglse at that plaee awaiting shipment at 31,004,0(10, agaiast .8,1100,004 last ysar. Speaking al Aba Lincoln', let. epMoh, la Bridge, the Farmer of thai city Bays. He foraot that ha waa ia a place .hoe. In ten. la been aerlon.ly Injure by Jobs ttrowa a raid Virginia. Meeb.alre wbe have bean throwa of smuloymsat or PBtoa "half time" na i ef the withdrawal ef southern ordara, are aot antbuilaall. adminr. or Irnpraaaikl. ooanict iMowre, ot lae s-iooo a .lamp. A Dirr.aa.c a Arehbiekoo Ilaakee. on a via. ltuCharlaaloa, B. 0., la MUrtaiad by aU.koa Lyaak; aihar geatk-unaa from the N.rtk are raeaivad tba judea of the sea. Bats. atMoiallv If al at. und.aoUa. papa, down south Bays. ilea. lot at tha iiolll- aigaa, "a tnaaaadaoaa ataka le at laaai .'' Pa- ierlaauilliaaaa that traaaeaduoua ataaka are at ia hla family every day. Patrick." avid a IMdeaUlaB. "which la the road Burlington?" w ao toold yoa my aaaaaf" ssid Pat. "Why, I guessed.!." 1'boa, be J.bm, ga.a. Ih. read to Burllnrtoa." reterud the vttaadwl BiberBian. Te BaaaaLxsa Uaarx. De aet fail la lov. th. young lady wka Joels apoa meaat: mm. alaelloa will all be throw a away. Ie It aol that yoa moat be Hirsute ia order te be Iter luai'y i'atr. Laoosic The Loadoa Caurt Jeura aava thai AlberVe intereat ia axrleuliaral aaaire ia- coa.taaily and aJMr. U. B. llale, ef Dar kaut, lataly Mnt liia Hoyat iligksaaa "a aaagaif. whlw bull, af the abort bora Breed, which accepuMi wita saaea graeiaaaaaea. Through the kiadaaee of Pri aa Alb ri. wa are w lay bafare ear raaaer. a copy of the with wkloh Nr. stale aMeaeeated hi gjit. at is as miiowsi M. B. ll., Pwsc At sari f " H. B. Male. NEWS ITEMS. Navigatin aa LakeKhe from Dunkirk wtat- ward ia aaw opea. Oov. Stewart, of Ml.a.url, ba retoad th free a -fro bill. They are making boiler in England by welding l'ie sheeta of Iron together, Greea pes a are aelling at Oharleetoa, 8. 0., at II 95 per half gollea. a Alexaadri., ia Egypt, I la telegraphic mnnicalioa wllb Bombay. The Irapreasion aeemi lo be that Congress ill remain in session until about Ihe first of July. The City OvmmUeioner ef New York sie pointed fourteen hundred police ease to protect tli.teltv.aa AalnrH.tr l..fc I.- in...... j . , ... ... ne Tiigima oeieganea to tne uoirieatoo Convention propopoaa to go by ataamahip.and to board and lodge apea the veeeel while ia thalcitr. t ' Tba Ulica Herald eontradlele Ibe state merit that Hon. Clark B Cochrane had again been taken to the St.ta Lunatic Aaylam. Tkaa Mew aaL at I li- I a u The and of a wharf in Chsrlestoa, . 0.. ca-wu in ibw uifi eince, carrjinf wun me raiei firtV-eivht hntrfirMirl finri t.t lm,m nt a.o.a4ea. Greenwood Cemetery, aear New York, waa MUbliah ,. Juae. ,840. and 69.040 p.rn. " r eornary si. Hog .baler. ,. ring eatenaiv.., emeng tb. swine population in Chambere and Augusts eountias, Ala., and quit a number of bogs had died of iU The fall crops, aay the Plttaburg Chronicle, have a promising appearance, aad from all quarters w have flattering aeeounte. If calamitous froet spreads ita blighting influence amoegst as, w may hop to.- a abundant harvest. vw.m wiiitig iron one uoiiar toons doilsr and tw.nty-flv. cent, a bu.hel in Ark... rin.n I. ..I II -1 t J . 1 1 , sss, and tesreeat that. The reason aasianed rorthi hlffltDr.ee ia. that a laraa number of farmer have turned their attention to the cul- tlvation of cotton. The Dublin orrmpondent of the London Times ststea th people of Dublin, Ireland. hrv already given 11,000 (oth Pope, aod that before the ale, of fortnight th groaa sum collected them for him will probably amount lold.lWUt Th nam ef tb rich and beautiful Bridge port Widow, who married the negro Francia, ie Mr. Catherine Beach. Her firet boaband waa a ree pec table merchant of that city. Whan her black kutbaad came to lb Retreat at Hart- fold, for her, ehe eaid aha would slick lo bim through thick and thin. I P m-.li.iww I I I I I el a 1 I ' I t I CTWe Aad the followiog statement io the Toronto 0 lobe: Mr. W. H. Barlow hs whitewashed a line of rails for mile, sod observed the passage over uram ot a taai traiu ol twelve carnage.. Where mere were yielding jointe or imperfeetlone in the line, apaeee five inehea long were found waere mo wheels had aot touched the rail.. Tha Hartford Timae aaya that "aaxt to twenty- roar graias. tnera la nothing like a maaa maa's pocket to mat. a Benny wait." - MARRIED. Oa tba tad let., by Rev. D. Wiat.rs, at kls real- deaee, air. Mamlos) Otutxarr to Miss Iabah acHJtrrxa, both of Jcffvraoa Towaahlp. at COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. THURSDAY, 2 p. m., March 22, '60. Th market ia unchanged, and very dull in fact it never was known to be duller Ihia season of the year. There ie scsreely any gram offered ; bcyers readily offer ihe folio' ing prices t Whsat brisk 11)1,30 Corn dull at 45 els. ' Rye brisk at 90cla. Barley dull at55cts. Oats 3540 eta. Flaxaeed fl.12. Oicveraeed t4,35. Timothy eeed $3,50, Buckwheat 4flc. Hungarian Grass 70c. Hsy, per ton, $11(316. of Dayton Tobacco Market. Buyere ere offering for new tobacco: Round from 68; Wrapper! 68; Fillera 2(g3. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, March 21. FLOUR Sales of 500 brls at 5,45 for super floe, and 5,50(35,65 for extra. WHISHT Sales 1,100 bbls at 193l9We., th latter rale for wagon. GROCERIES Market for Mulassea contin uee buoyaat, and prices are le per gal. higher. Tba demand ia good. Salaa of 300 brie ia ey press at 43c; 5U do is oak at 44e; and 340 do choice re-.boited, at 43. A good demsod for Sn.ar and tha lawee .r.rfM kl.l... a.l- .1 175 hhds, at BlgHe for fair to prime. Coffee unchanged. Ia the regular way, it eonlinuss tp a.11 l nHe. " per ouaa cioaiag at IJ0(81,J3 for prim While, aad 1,25(3 1 .2d for WHEAT Declined 9c per buah closin at prime red. Salae 300 bu.h mined at l,8d, and IO bush prim while at I AS. CORN We quote Ear, ia bulk, at 4849e . andshsllsdst 50(g5lc. I bulk, aad 53a. iB sscks, buyers furniablng sac a a. Bale 1,000 bush ear ia bulk at 4Sc. ua isi ne aemaaa ta fair, and prices ateady al48lc, la bulk. Bale 700 bush ia bulk at 49e. RYE The market ia steady, with a fair do. mead al 1,03(21,05. BARLET flalee 300 buah prime fall, to ar rive, at d5c. aad 800 do de do at ote. SESO-Clovar io firm, with a gwed demsed al 4.55(34, for prime. Timothy ie dull al $3,75(13,75 per buah for fair te choir. see . wi j ud tathe IJ Aw aad IN A New York Market. NEW YORK, March 21. FLOUR Sale, of 9400 bbla el S.I 5(85,30 for uperfine aUU; 5.3095,40 foreatre at.te, 5,15 ,35 fur aupeitin. weatera; 5.3fl(g5,Cj for eomraoa to toato mediiat eitra weetern; 5,5(lb,10 T liipping braade eatrarouad hip Ohio all claaing aleedy, WBI8KT Heavy aad lower sales 350 brls atS3W6t33c. ataiw. WHEAT Sale of 750 bble of white ladles I na al 1 M El 65: 300 bbla Asaber Michuaa at 1,50, and 700 white K.nlucky at 1.70 I OT " - 1 Br i BVw .t ..a sTjl I a. Da! . I . bjmit Mm - saw v9m H cntc. 1 1 BAKLKY Dull aad-ade 5.9tMJ buah fair OleHtSI lutv ! aORir-null ..J a ,y,w L . i - baak at 7a7j,' for whit; 7o(7,a for yl, law; 74. at the daoot far Waaler miked. mva a j ..i i ...... . ' " . i Caaadiaa aad tat; garge of (err ahel i..ji Ant. . , I aka 4 uuf. Thu ewo 7 - !."?. tli. ling Ta - t. w..vveap.Tva. i Dr. Kobnrk's Iteme-dli. We publish, In another column of (n-day'a paper, n rnri. oeu iroai the Clnn.tl Tlmea, dewrlp- ment In that alt.. ..wv, ,r. nnuM.'i extensive meiUfl.l eat.h l.h- dlee hare obtained y th. way, llr. Robaek'. Retne- with .11 el.aae. II li.a been h-en but a abort tlaa. .inniarnHnnmiM war. introauoeil into our ae ttonoreountryi yet Ur. Itrenn.n, Or. Rolmoh'. .sent In thia plane, Inforna ua that hla aalea of theB'ood rllla and Blood Purin.r na f.r .vmwmI ihna. nt ii nth.rme.llilnearor whleh he la .sent, emnhlned. ..... .... iuthiii ia, mat mer nave aloud the teat i practical experience, we know thle not onl rrnaa the aioutha ot others, but wm h... n.ui ii.m Inourowaramllr.wllh thevery beat reaulta. rot II dlM.M. of the blood, general debility, whether r. --iinx iron, .itaneee orirom a.tural we.kneaa !.dH..!on, and all kindred nllmenta, we reeon- aeau tae soaniliaavlaa ReaiMlIca M th. very boat -"' eai.oi, iney are ileatlned to achieve, aot aa ephemeral euooeaa. but r ) r mn.nl - ...1 .1 eerved rafiutatlon. which w.ll reader theia a neoeeal- J "r taauiy. laapoleoa, O., Norlh Weal ttasedverlleeaiaBt. nhle-lai ftSTDa Rosa is still performing wond.r- 1 .nm al hla n... I Ti.. n -. , . . -I-, ,-d.iwi. ..mi! susa aa are aot eared by other treataieat. lat weae thai are afflicted with every dleeaaeeaaie an healed, e.paclaily thaladlee, as yon will lad lae tram yeur long autTertaia without nam or . -znAciir-i. ih...i. . . . " -BVUHIUl . nvw theeauae of tbeir suffering , yoa would oo weU to tba Doctor without delay, as ha will stays few weeks longer la taytoa. Aa there Is srowds sl II at a aa klaaa rflt a.ia M. SA-.lj WHIVB HrV rVCIVlDg eOBUOrt aad health, rou ahould loee an i. . grtta pressing. febM ltvUlwJiI'8 f ATE 1ST CLOTHES REEL " " .? " '""e-prioe only as, pinti m xrouaa ooeupted bf the old niaa of h.nrln. .row, au aver th. yard, I. worth mora than th. tt&Z&ZZSZir Call and m. one ol theat In operation In front of ly ahop, a1 ee aoavlaeed for yourself. A. H. THOMAS. . ., hop oa St. Clair, near Third street, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. House and Lot for Bale! I7 f T r ctr-t T rrrr ,, . TllJJM Centreatreet,(No.a,) if application be BjaleA-il .... ..r" . : '".'"'"''" a or room, and kltoh.a. A tuns . Annie ... J.u,p and axo.ll.nl water UHAHLRI rOST, Eaat id at . a aoora from Mam. .OHN K. OkHHARI), ' Covington, sty. " rtr-i Or to aahas-tr Old Established Place 11 (NIC. OBKBR'B OLD STAND) CORNKI OP MAIM AND SECOND ST., 0AYT0K, - OHIO. J. FELIX, Proprietor. rpHIS OLD AND POPULAR ESTAB . 'J bmeat I. bow In complete trim for theSurlnx aad lummer ieaeooe. ' a FRB3H FRUIT, Ol every varletr. and or th. h-i n.,.u,i.. . the ioweet ratee: ' FINB CARDIES, abu every ueaerlptlon ef CONFECTlONRav. riRB CIOARB, Of the moot approved brands. SPRING TOTS, iTJlnf'.' u"fM,""b bring 'theae play things wlthia the reach of every hlld. ICR CRRAM supplied at any lima ordered, aar-tll . t. ..i.i t v-. a. lun uiu lllKCR .MM .....II.... .y'u, w nM o EASY TERMS, tOR may- Pledged Goods for Sale! vyil-l, UK OFKKRED AT TUBLIC Main, oa Thuredav. teth ln.t l ri,.u ...... Lever Watch; 1 1 UolU Chains; and a variety or bold Breaet Plus and Ear Hln.a. RmI ii.. --', n hum ui -uuo .uerwooir., anil un rajeemed. AUia I kluni whil-tt PROCLAMATION! CITY ELECTION! MAYOM.a nrrirr Cirr ov Ovvtox, alanb xa, laeo. f QUALIFIED VOTERS OK- the City of Daytoa are hereby notified that the Aa. Klectloa will beheld In uii n . .... ... or voting deelgnated below, on HON DA V, Ihe pni, iBw.ior me enoieaol Clt Towaahlp ontoara, aa lot Iowa, lo wit: ON THE C1TV TICKET. Mayor, City afarahal, City Clark, City Treaau- 'I "I ni.aaurer, ooe Olreetor Truatee nr CoooellaiaB, and one ateoiber of the loibiii annraarr la in. clival l.ri .ml .... w v. . u.u .iu-, ,u .Ma -vara. ON THE TOWNSHIP TICKET. Two Caaatahlee la the Cltv at Ur.. .. eeewr la aack Ward Tha f,. 1 lit I n . .. -I.... r . , .. . . S. , Z.T " " "eeujaa. 1st Ward Neptuae Enetne Houee. laue peadeat Eoelne houm. Sd 4th tb sth I'alaae Kogiae Huuaa, nt.uae, feci la Eastae Hoaee. The polle will ba opeaeu betweer aad a'eiaek ioreaooa, eloemg al e o'click la UaaiUNr- W. IllolNua, Mayor. Cheap Farsa lallllaiala. ICELAND AND LAWIIENC8 COUN. tlaa. to .aehanea foe fjanrovad I'll. p-..,-. UtMHlal ' ' ' There are bargalaa la thea. Paraia, aad a tae op portualty laproeure oae without u.iiag aay Bloo ey. CHARLES E t LAKMk, Third alra.1 Deairable City Ueolaleace anal Vaeaal Lola. EVERY PART OF THE CITY, la saaar of wklek there are great baraalna. IHA. B. CLAREK. Third an eel. For Sale or Heat! VERT CON VK NIK NT FRAME House, of Rooa.e. Stable. A.. t lv..t I I..,. BHaulee' w.lk ot Ih. centre al the elty be eolu a v. yeara' tlae oriented to a good CSi.. E. I LABEk: Third atraaL PaSltc Sale or Valaable Oat-Lou WILL HELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, u,Pt"'eea, ' V J a UBS DA T, March 29, 1860. ACRE or LAND. laid out lata ia lot. ui eoataiaiag arwut sacra, or ground, aa Eaala Av- I u.t autaioa tk. -vn it.... I .... laadu aa.ly altuated tor U.nlealag purpe. 'J TT.'." 'S".?" '""" aaia to mvuow at a a iiauvbi bf. as. Taaaa-o.iou.th or the puretaa. mosey aa MOM that Hratt dl.ar i f Mbh alaaaa. aad E. " anas. wrwuaiaj r-louris lm qua., avaaual MVane4iU. tm T" l." LT tS2fS2?lJ! a aw -lll IBllipUIUIlS nut Will b t.'!,r,.y lk aaw C.lhUe Caureh .at eiMiataa aoe aaavaaiaaea af ally. Oaialbueae will rua ta aa from tk. nua a-. lae aie, tree of eaaraa plat aaa be see el I. . rkru-tapbais Aaaa usaswaa at. a. taAi a. - Ctogg i B.M, r, rti,am, . ,v-eaaaay , .... 11 -111 .1 . to Ik. , J Atuumm, aK GO AND SUE AUD axsHIBI Finite & JLeolcrti NEW GQODS Hen & Boys' Wear,. ARD ready mace clot;:?;:i H. SO e.el HI. UUCKBYEOKOCEUY. H0 BLOCK. 6PKINQ STOCK OF OIIOCKIlIKfl frw Rtviirro. Q IIHDS. prim to fair V. O. Sugar " bag. old yellow Rio CofTeei " prime (iolilea 'i I boa.. No. Hoapi -I ' Hlll'a eterine Candlaei ana li- iih CI'eeae-ehole m L.. lxlrm f"1"- "'heat rioiir; -IJ till No. I Mackereh boae. lnvia' Href Tongueai J hbla. No. I I aa' Lard; ' I 'l'",,lvla'etra 8. C. Kama) bble. Clear aad Mm pork nxcr. Union. Vft.,., u a , ... - A ekoice , Ev ' Sweet Mal.v. vVlne, L.w,n 1)OCk V " t K...' Bounwa whlaky, Boryun-ly Pi rt V. me. R,e W hl kr, French Brandy. Phlna Wine, Extract il'AUlj. tie lie Sulaa., Aal.etle aid l'r.l Jul Itavlne made eaah purehuM, we are eaakled lo ell low lor aaah oaiy. mhti-4lw K. k T. a. PIRHRR, i Third atreet. 8 1 NOW BECEIVINQ HI8 K.XTKNPI VK A Stork of DRY GOODS, COWIUTIKQ OF IVrRT THING THAT 18 NEW JD DOin STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS! His stock of PRESS GOODS Is basutlful and .elect. In CBALUBS, IiAWRS, PARABOLB.oVC, HI. RTTI.EI are UNIURPASiKli. Ha haa Ih. LARGe.AT aad moat ATTRACTIVE Block of P R I N r s I var before oeaed la thla City, and he keeps none - .... -.. 6sfThe Publio senerallv la lnrir.,1 tn esll aod examine h-a goode, and by making putcha B?ODEIa"'E fnlC'iS! U Vtm. t ItlAIN ST., OrilTg THR COt'RT HOt KK. mhi-iaw Spring Miry Goods. DARSTt HERCHELRODE & CO, WH0LKSA18 DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, ffo. S03 Seconal Slrrri, PALL PARTICULAIl ATTENTION CV M.rebsaU to I hair Large and Varied aaaort. ini 01 Dress Goods, Prints, Notions,. &c. Which will le sold very low to CASHAVD PB0MPT TIME BUiEES. m.rU-tBtl.wr LANGDON&BRO , DIALER. IN HAEDWABE, 7B Main STREET, fslgn of the Pad-Lock! BUILDING, BABDWABI. I AILS, AO. Itlrr-ltanlca Toola, I CAST STEEL MILL, and CROSS CUT! !!JAW!! ! Batdware, Dayt0D;CT,hnRn;ingSB IPBIROI OHIO. and AXLES, LRATHKR aud K.NAM FLED I CLOTHS ! I6..0 , Leather Belting. AT LARODOIfR BARD.7ARB BTORB, TS lTJatsi Mrtil. P JEWELL St SON'S CELEBRATED 1 "entltB.tebed.Ceaiested and Mlteted lealh er.kVi,. g,H Hooka aud Lace Leather. Keltlne Wamaaled. saaria-ll " SMITH & WESSON'S AND ' PATENT IlBVOLVJt,R. Ma. rea salb at LASQDOH'S HABUWAEE STOBE, NO. TB, MAIN STREET. THIS Piatol ie tb lighleet one in th . " kM lon- Weight aaly Tea Onaree. a loaded ouicker th.a other Flalt.u are eapi '71 laeure ire uadar all elrcumetaneea. No Injur, a eauaed to the Area er AaiBuuitloa by allo.lni It laatata loaded aay laagth ol Hate. 'it tiii , .'lm. oat " '"''"e to get ll la lerreellr Sure lo scarry! The cylinder hold, eevsa .hole. Two aiort thaa atharaaaall pl.tola. sarie-il FISniNa TACKLE, DA-ISTGDON'S U4HDW4HE STOIti:. JOINTED Fiah Pule 2.50 to 6lKJ. j-aaa nouka, aea Uulde. aad Ttpa, Oraae.aita and Llaea Llnee, Extra Llaterlek Hooks aad looeda. maria-tf AN AGENCY ror Ibo Sato or Ih relbra(eal WILLCOX Sc GIBBS' SEWING MACHINES. CAN BE OBTAINED FOR DAYTON, by sppl) tt-g at the Manufacturer'. Offloa. CAELIBLB BUIIDIVQ, S. W. Cor. Fourth k Walnut sts , 'f CmciKITATI. REMOVAL! rpHB CNDER810NKD HAS CI.OKED I El. RETAIL h..l . ..A -.. - ... rear part of the -HiiwingTut.l, ouuplM by hi. aniRAHUK THKOUOH CLEOOH HALL. (Ur STAIRS.) OaVIK Third street, or oa M.rk.l sin.t rakntary J. W. H. CALLN,ER. w. n. caTlexceii, Blank Book Utmnfacturer ARB WKOtMAlf FAFia mtrs. . ArAVlarN, O.