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JOB miNTIJNTW: , , ,,
( every deacription, exeellted on atenia leew, 1
,e mm atyle. anJ at reaaeoelile (incee. n---
avar-Announoemenia under .hie hand will be eharired
fi. No name ituierled unlaea MtMnpit arilie
vCltr Marshal.'"
WTAOY B. CAT 11 la a candidate for re-election to the
otnce or Cltjr Marhal. , ,r t 0 , uaaj
" ' Market' blaster. ,.. , n , !
JOHM McCUTOUEON will he lilpporteJ !
lection to the office oi Market Miuiler at lb eneuiaa;
apring election. . , , ..n j
Citr Solicitor.
JOHIAH LOVELL In a candidate for re-elrtfietl I Id
Uie otnoe of uuy solicitor, ran
Oonntabln. W.MU
JOHN BPEITKL will be a candidate for Constat At
ttieenauing April eleouoa. . iui
A. M.OYLER will be a candidal for Oooaleble At
the wosuioa April elecUon. . ma
A. C. HURfjBURT will we candidate forConatable
At we enauing April election. - ; umw ,
Htreet Coraraiaaioner. . -
M. J. BTKFKEN will be candidate for Street Com
iniMHitnerattlieensuing April election, i t -
fit. Hmpirt: Ptpaae announce the name of PHILIP
WALTZ its a candidate 'or Hlreel Uommiaaioner and
oblige fe At All X U1114KHB.
JOHH COI.IIAUKH will be a candidate for Street
Ooromiaaioneral the aprmg election. - feSl
HA Ml' SI. liOllKBAUtlll will be upported for Street
Couimieaiouer by thecitieeoa of IMytou, at the Spriug
election. . it-vt
Special Notices.
Found. A email sum of money. The
owner gan have it by applying to Joseph T.
aclianer, corner ol Water and Main street.
UO TO , , , ,
w . No. 9, Markct Street.
lie hat now a large lot of superior llama,
KJried Beef, Ac, of his own curing, together
with a lull supply of Fresh Meat, lor aale at
ull tiaura. ja-Uutn,
Watohei. H. Kline, No. aS6 Third it,
haa a lot of pawned Oold and Silver Watcliej)
which tie oHem very low at private eale.
ti k It ill not a dye, but restore gray hair
to its origiual color, by supplying the uapilli-
ary lube witb natural sustenance, unpaired
by age or tiiaease. All instantaneous dye
are composed ot lunar caustic, destroying toe
beauty and vitality of the hair, and afford ol
themselves noUressing. Ueiinstreets Inimi
table Coloriug not only restores huir to it
natural color by an euy process, but gives
the uair a
Promotes its growth, prevent ita fallinir off.
eradicates dandruff, and imparts health and
ujeasauluess to the head, .it has stood the
test of time, being the original Hair Coloring,
and i constantly increasing in favor. Used
by both geutleuien and ladies. It ia sold by
all respectable dealers, or can be procured by
tbeiu of the commercial agent, 1). 8. Barnes,
2UZ ttroucay, JNetv iork. Two sizes, oU eta.
and fl. jalUddtwum
Orakk's Plantation Bittkrs, Exhausted
nature's great restorer. A delightful beverage
and active tonic. (Join posed ot purest Lroiz
Hum, roots and herb, it invigorates the body
without stimulating the brain. It destroys
acidity of the stomach, creates an apportile
and strengthens the system. It is a certain
cure for Dysepsia, Constipation, Diarrhea,
Liver Uomplaint, and Nervous xleadacne, and
prevent Miasmatio disease from change of
diet, water Xe. It can be used at alt times ol
4y by old or young, and i particularly rec
oeumended to weuk and delicate persons.
Mold by all Grocers. Druggists, Hotels, and
Maloous. P. H. DRAKE & CO., .
de22rfawom 20. Broadway, N. Y.
rpUoHK r'INK HAVANAH hare arrived at but at
X le itkilw 1JI XoN'H Dnif Mtore, aaa. 3d at
' New Firm.
aW I uoderalgiwd ia prepared tw do All kind of up
. holbtery, rewura of furniture and re-TarninLiug,
ai.o, all kind, of paper hauxinc done at ahort nonce
at the rooma alieve Mr. J. Abbey's Drug Utore, 0
tl Maiu uel, ouU.( lb market.
I NIIKR the direction of the HARMUMIA 8O01E.
U TV, la ottered to roue, at reaaOMabie lerina,fbr k
Thaatraa, Oonoerts, Leoturea
and public eihibiUens generally. ' ' ' 1 T '
Kaslraly Mew leaairy and ISaeKlaerv
lias been Introduced, with a stage of euffleieut magnl
tudo to accommodate all kinda of exhibiuona.
'the hall ta the larifeet, oapatae of aeating IIMJO par.
sou., and acknowledged to be by far the beet 10 the
city of iayton, and ia located id tlw anoatneutral part
ot the city, for further lulormauon apply to
JOHN 11, bTuH'l.MAN,
At Ilia Olttue, ilu, Third at., or
Wfla.Maunii, ' '
AT TW0-THIRH8 1T yAI.UI. . 1
rpll B two-abry brick houae, 143 Jelleraou atreet, at
X present occupied by tbe liuderaigned. la ortered
(or aale at twoatiirdNite value, it eold hoob. Kor par
liculara oall upon ina-i.l M. b. U,UMUaJ.l. '
WAMTKO Two bOaeat men to aell Deat'a PruU
Tree lnvigoraiur. ct. blsST,
uiadawlm JUT Jeneraoa atreek
O BA1.KD propoaala will be received at the office of
3 Hi Oily Clerk up to the hour of meeting of Coun
cil Tueadev evening, Marun lu, Im.3, ur the buihJiBf
of a wooden bridge acroea the Oaual oa Third atreef
t'laoa and epeuihcetiona to be even at Una olhoe; tada
lu luclude the removal of the old Ntroetiire, and eon
tractor to have the uae of thSold liwlenalv.
matalU ANTHONY Hl k.rHk.t11i, Oily Clerk. '
Boi.urr, rimoAfi AaiiKABs or rxt
IHie wldowa and heira of detteaaed aoldierai also,'
Arrears t Pay Uwe Keel(ae4 Uaaeere
sad Atlaehwrced aolillers
Collected without delay,, and e aaaaouaMe teruia.
Apply M or addreaa , , , , . at. f. NOLAN,
OBos -ClagA'a asiUluAe, Third at , Islutkvijta
m mmmm :'mmmmmm$mmm
, f M t J ' J - r 1 r '' - "" IVl.' I ?
3-V0fi.,,XlVr''lll,t ilAY'l'ON. OIUO: TlIUKSDAY.:toAKClfi86
, , it , T . , " 1 f f""
v .1 I V I yiJ"
City and Other Matters.
Traveler's Register.
Trains aniveaad departfroon the
l Uslba
I,.,,,, ,CuiptAfH Haaure a Imith '
Vtpart. Amv.
Ixiul.rille and St. Louis Meil4-;i0 -a ! m
liui.nlle Mail Boat ... ) a m . mipin
IjoniaTilte and at. Louia Rxpreai4'fv p m HOTpiii
Oinemnatl Mail .:) p .. .MiMaar
"Htope at Mlddletowsaiid Uamilton 0BJ7.
Dattos, Xshia akd CoLVMVtll.
Eaetera lanraaa.. .aMw...awA.M!ll a m -4-ti kin
OoIunibUH AuoopiaiodatieB..M.i : p
ii8 a m
3t p m
KaHtwrn Kapreea
Thel9:Soa m traia leaves dalle eioepl Huialava.
Panaenera en tin train must puruhaae then- tickeui
betors:w P m
, , , laanvsnv, Pinon a OisctsiiaYi.
Handuakv Mall , ...... a nt rMia
Paitoii asd itsaiean,
!hlearo Man.'.'...!..!...'.:..'.. lfl:tio a m
S:Wi a wi
ytimaKeand Detroit jMpri...Tltlo n nv
' lavri6nTkAt As Paitoii A Wsi
Mt. Iauis and ChkuMro.. i,Ki 10:10 am
Terre Haute Accommodation.... 9:IS am 6:16 p m
Ut. tiOum and Chieago JCspreaa.4.40 p m ' IK:93 a m
OaassviLLS Ann Miami, .
Accommodation....w...,M.MMMi.so a m 1 19:60am
Kiprene A:'Mi u m 6.00 p m
SAM'L W. KING, Agent.
Livery Stable Sale To morrow Sara.
Wild will sail the hones,' buggies,' and exten
sive stook belonging to hi Livery Stable, on
the alley in the rear of the Phillips House,
Be on band. 1 . 1 ;
Farewell! 0 iv ths Star Dramatic
Troupe a Bumper to-night, the occasion of
their Farewell Benefit tat them have a
Testimonal which will make them think kind;
ly off Dayton.11 Crowd the Hall ! ''
j . Killed. In the recent severe battle be
tween three hundred fronttermen and a iu
lerior force of Indiana, on Bear Kiver, Utah
Territory, Lewis Anderson, from this city, is
reported among the killed, If we are not
mistaken the deceased was a son of the Inte
Ksquire Jack Anderson. was through
(ha Mexican war, then returned borne, (" and
aliout a dozan year ago he'agalri reft here for
California. ' ;'' '; ...
. , , - ' -, . .: .- v .1
j Mammoth Auction Next Monday the
large flock of Dry Ooola, Notions, Ac.,4 be
longing to Geo. H. Coles, (Successor to N.
P. Douglas,) 76 Main street, will be offered
at Auction. , The sale will be continued
from day to day nntil the mammoth stock is
disposed of., These sales -will affords great
bargains. ' We learn that special attention
will be paid to the accommodation of the
Ladies. 1 '
Theatre Orand Oala Sight 1 If any
evidence is wanted of the popularity of the
Dramatic Troupe, it was found in the fact that
although the weather last night was most in
clement, the audience at Beckel Hall was
quite large, and there were nearly as many
ladies as gentlemen I It seems, now that tbe
8 tar Troupe are about to leave us, the people
more than ever feel the value of their pre
iefece here, and esteem their effort to furnish
rational amusement . i i, '!.. : .. . .
J We need not inform onr readers bow well
"Feochoo" was played last night, for the pub.
lie are posted on the cleverness of the Troupe
in their respective part, i The more the piece
iealayedtbe more the people like it We
heard a gentleman of culture say last even
ing "I have seen the 'Cricket' presented by
the 8tar Troupe now half a doxen limes, and
I assure you that I could witness it with inter
est half a dozen times more." And his dec
laration was met by tbe affirmative responses
of the intelligent company who surrounded
him. And we all vote "aye I"
To-night has been named by a large num
ber of our most prominent citizens for a Grand
Farewell Testimonial to the Uenegement, .ort
the eve of their departure. It i determined
to give these clever people an evidence of our
esteem for them ia the shape of a substantial
compliment to take away with them, and re-
mind them of tbe beautiful city of their
pleasant sojourn. Rain or no rain, the Hall
should be crowded this evening.
lo-nigbt will be tbe Urand (Jala Kigbt of
the Season. The Bill provided is a "crowder
and will give universal satisfaction. The en
tertainment will open with the comic duality
called "The Conjugal Lesson," in which Mr.
and Mrs. Stoddart will appear to the beet pos
sible advantage. It is a gem, and they will
enshrlnA. U la- tbe hearts of their auditors.
Then Miss Maggie Marshall will produce a
National Medley ; T. K. Southwell will sing a
Master John Marshall will dance a
Sailor' Hornpipe ; Mrs. Fiske wil) sing "Salut
a' la Franee" a she only can sing it ; and tbe f
Marshall Children will dance a Double High-
land Fling I If thisi not "a bill of particu-!
larS," we don't know any thing about it i
' The evening' entertainment will conclude
with (he "Kiss in the dark,'! and will be put j
the boards with' all the extras I '
This ia the Great Oala N'igbll remember ,
We expect to see a regular jam this evening,
Secure your seats during the day, (hen, vuu
not make a rash to get tnlo the Hall. j
To-morrow night will be ' the last of the ,
Season.' Iba Teoop will vpenln Lexington,
oa Monday night,
." i . , ...... ;.'
Another Sign A country lady who at
tended Market yesterday morning, informed
us that the' robbio-red-breasts made their ap
pearance In her vicinity the day previoua
She mentioned this, a an indication that
Spring would open permanently this week.
An experience and observation of half a cen
tury, the lady informs us, has convinced her
that when the robbins make their appearance
in force, Winter is over, and Spring ha been
formally Opened. ' And we hope the WintsrJ
is Over, but appearances in spite of the rob
bins, ind other inuooents are against tbe
presumption. ,. . . ; ' '
While we entertain the greatest respect
for many1 old people who believe in the infal
libility of weather-sigus, we confess that we
have little confidence in their prognostica
tion.' "All signs fail in dry times,", is an
adage whose truth is, unfortunately, tested
nearly every Summer ; and signs amount to
about the same thing at all seasons'. We
mean no disrespect to any one by the decla
ration, but we must be permitted to say that
whenever we are given a "sure sign" of com
ing weather, we at once set it down a hum
bug ; and if we have the curiosity to wstch
the thing, we soon prove it to be so. Ac
cidents determine no principle, but when two
or three of them come together as touching
any one thing, the coincidence lorms the'ba
si for a general belief in the infallibility of
the sign they seem to establish. However,
we don't desire lo depreciate the intuition of
robbins ; we only intend to express lh opin
ion that they are fallible as finite, and a lia
ble to be mistaken in the weather as any of
n. That is not rulibiri 'era of any attribute
which properly belong to birds of good omen.
To Managers Lewis, Stoddart and Weaver,
of the Star Dramatic Troupe.
Gknti.khkn: Now that your Thealicel ea-
son is closing, and you are about to depart
from among us, we desire to tender a last tee-
timonial of our esteem for you, and of oar ap
preciation of your efforts to please a discrim
inating public iu the introduction of unobjec
tionable amusements during your sojourn
among us. , We deem such an expression of
the popular feeling peculiarly appropilate, and
we hope it will prove agreeable to you,
As the time is short, permit us lo name to
morrow (Friday) evening a the occasion for
this Farewell Testimonial to be offered.
D. A. Haynes, ' ; W. H. Gillespie.
K. I). Harshmnn, John H. Gorman,
B. M. Avres,
John Harries,
D. K. Boyer,
M. 1. Nolan,
O. R. Eapich,
A. U. West,
Wm. Dickey,
P. A. Lafee,
Jno. L. Miller,
T. M. John,
J. R, Hubbell,
E. O'Brien,
H, Kline,
Geo. Wogaman,
H. H. Weakly,
V U Uk..ll
F. B. Shull.
J. V. l'errine,
M. Child, Jr.
, And numerous others.
DAYTON, March 5th, 1863.
To Metre. B. A. aynes, W. 11. Gilleipie,
B. M. Ayere, Jno. ,. Milhr, K. V. Jlarek-
man,' M. P.' Nolan, Geo. Woyaman and
' olkert: ,..
Gkntlemkm :rll is impossible to give ex
pression to the feelings that your kind and
flattering note has touched. We feel that
words would be inadequate. We can only
say to you, we thank you, and accept with
pleasure your Battering proposal. Believe u
gentlemen, when we say lo you, we leave you
with regret, and look forward with pleasure to
the time we shall hare the happiness of again
playing before you. 1
Believe ns ynnrs, gratefully and siurerly,
land of his own in which to be buried, no mat
song; ter how mauy shin piasters he may be ofered
for it.
Won't Do it Gabby say he won't sell
hi propel ty, although be has been offered half
a tkeu price, lor it He would much rather
D d '"d nJ appurtenances thereunto
belonging than a dray load of "green-backs."
H b nothing particular to say against the
1vIb of momt we have now-a-days ; itaasses
currently for any thing that ia offeree" for
sale; and wy for all Qubby knows to tbe
contrary pass auiooltily lor a hundred year
to come. 1 Then again it may depreciale so
that it value don't amount to shucks ; end if
he would get his safe lull of it in exclange
for bis property teal and personal be night
be left out in the cold without so much a
enougo money to bury himself when he died.
This is the way Oubby reasons, and he refu
ses to sell. He seems determined to have
A Model f ubioriber. Ksquire Bursetl,
r I'iherty, called in our Office, this morning,
kod paid in advance for the Weekly Hurts
ta renewal of a visit be has made for the
eerae purpose annually for the past thirty
on seven years I There' a model of faimfur
neat and promptness which w commend for
universal adoption. We have "to acknowl-,
edge in this connection the material en large
need men) of our Subscription List within the last
month, indicating a determination ol the poo
pie to sustain one of the Democratic Instim
Kentucky, Lions of the North West, .
', .
Clerernesf .fJust now we meet a good
many very clever men on the streets. ; They
take Our hand and shale it without tbe least
regard for our core finger, and imiuire very
kindly after the health of our family. The
interest theee gentlemen have suddenly evinc
ed for as 1 a astonishing as It it complimen
tary; we cannot Just now attribute it lo any
unusual performance of ours recently; and
we are at a loss how to appropriate the honor
unless we construe it at a popular desire that
we shall be a candidate for some prominent
City Office this Spring I , ;, ., , ,,,,,
We wonder, now, if that isn't what it all
meauiT : We are " in 1 the hands of bur
friend.!"'' ' ': '.;".'::';' ''".
Have Ton 1 Have you seen and tasted
the "Corn Cakes," at Potter's, next door to
the Post Office ? It is a . new and exquisite
adaptation of Pop-Corn to confection, and it
promises to reach ' the achtne of popularity
in the line of nick-nicks. It goes off like
hot cakes and butter, or the Wheeler Wil
son Sewing Machines. Drop in and try the
"Corn Cake." ' ,
To-night ! Let every body remember the
Farewell Benefit to the Star Dramatic Troupe,
at Beckel Hall to-night. A splendid enter
tainment will be provided. ' The "Marshall
Children" so popular with our playgring
public have volunteered,, lor tbe occasion.
Turn outt
r- , 1.. I .,
Oat The water is now out of tbe Canal
between Carrollton and Cincinnati, and the
repair are going on rapidly under the direc
tion of Superintendent Brown, of this city.
The water will probably be let on next Taes
day. 1 . -
New Advertisements.
longing to
eueeeaeor t . p. Poula.a,
, Mala etreel,
To b cleaed oat al aueaes, commencing
VOWOAY, MARCH lb, lb3,
And will couuaue from Sav to oar until IU atock 11
I tie stock conaiate of a leigs aaaortoMat of
Paul ii cmviM.
.li Kav
NOTIONS, .' , , ".
LAPIKS' AMU CHlI.liKliN'N SHohH, 1 '
. o., 4c.. Ac , At., , , lc.
a 07.1 u a luii wi ,
aale ia eaaaateae at llsa,l s a a ad
t a. , ana
One ftaaa-kaew aoda roiialaini
Oneailver-eUkhNl eValaaaatHli 1 I 11 '
fhaa-nalf Uimm Sirue aWttlaw, - J
Uua Wun Uwolar.
The above araailee are In eaeetlabtconitlton, aaaniU
be sold at a tauaaia. Apalf le aokT uurat.,
maeaif nOaiaoa at, two doera nelew Market
Unparalleled Success.
Last M eek of the Star Troupe.
Tii tKL ooiii(iniir in the Went, from L'iiK-inuati.
n. wmveh wlrlKe MRUMHr
i-J . ' Will Im prlbhntl
Honii -" J. It. ulliwull
nailer's Hornpipe, - Johnny narshall
AKIA, from the I'll ilu oi tlii Ueuiieiil,
Double Highland Hliig.Mitrslial ( lilltlren
To cuuclilile with
U Alt H.
hJCUtltK VotIK bKAI'rt IH'lllMi J'HK HAT.
For arllcitliirni.ee!iiitill lull. Jt,
, , MITlt K. ,.
rilllK IhI tiuie to ii-c lli-sfa Kruil Trrm Invixomlur
A. lalroni itielitm-itictrnl cotiicfouLut Hie ki-ihiimi
. ln. tfunr. : , . ., . Ilia.liiwlln
I vl i LI, oncral nuuh. hiiIc, SA'ITRiAV, MAIU'H
14, laui, mi a w vli4.k ti in it' In,. .1...., ,,i 1 1,- i
noiiw in tin. , n oi liavu.ii, l oll i V ;;., i hiLH
l.ANU. IK. niitKWmt ol la., tin.. .. il.. u..i, f 1
Pike, nil iiiiUcl lci n ami in a yovd Mala ol inufuiiou.
I lie almve ij.- ru-.i l. .11,1 mil l ,i,i hi j .i nmuir
I'ayuiiiun oui-trunl cimli, one-tlilnl 10 one, nu,l tli?
uMiiuii-r in iao yiri. 1111111 u ol mile.
rno4ilawla IkAai: S. .Ml'i..KH.
W'lieiK'k a iiloiwry, L.inirot Knih ami M it-lun.
nn-mi.. UialUJW
A'MKRTINft of tlicHlmrehulilera ol the Iiavtoli.
Walervliel VallcjrA Xeula Turnpike Coinnaiiy,"
win Im held on Waluidai, Aian-h ia, laoi, ut lliv
Waoooiiiaker'a alioi in Wau.rvllM (Shaker VnlaKv)
. vjniiij-rtuj, in uie Joiiii-
170, i.iuuiKooier', ni gnvlocK p III i,r auld ,lny, to
.l.4Tlinu ii(m,u the Imni li.r aK.c.-.Miut( tli aiinrv-
iiwiiitirn ui aaiu tjompaiiy, w, Uieft the llld.4cilii.n
ol mini Uoinuauy, and fur III- tuna . 01 tuima li.r ll
t-yu-vu,,! u,e amount aaaeaMcd Kaainnl a li IntU
vldual or corHiraiiou. Ily ordwr ot Th Hoard ot lh
rei'ora. J'AVili HAWKtK, l'ic.i,l. iit.
June fl. Boaaee, Sccrclary. h-li wtt
riinr. ifiritierHiuf, in.r,.nliirc cxi-iiiik iwlwi-cii th
a ununri,iHiicu. iu uie n uolaMII. t,ro-Kfrv laialllei-a,
at No. :aia Hhi-oii,) r-tiuat, im ihlKdiiy dl.slicil l,y 11111
mal coimrut. K. K. Utckler will cunliniii. the Imal
ueaa and Hill Mt-lllr nil i-lainm lor or atfaiu-l .aid linn
Tli aii huh It iiakiajU,
' I'KAftM it. UKUKI.Ka,
In retiriliK from the alivn lii m I would rci'iHniiian.1
in an me uroua 01 tne 0111 nrm iiiilinule'tcoiindi-iict
in nr. r . n. riccaier, aud would uigc ti,u lihoiaj iial
milage uaaioaeo upon ir.e old llrtll to bo tuutluiltMl
miwhtum 111111,
liladlm TllliOlKiltK BAKI.uW.
fpilK itrandeat inatiliilion out. aoraalval
X lilXON ti iniijintore, .;:l; Tliir.l Mm.!.
KcVlt SALli. '
I ' '"7 iMHiiaj and lot 011 the HiiriuiiHrlil
a- '., hub nine iroiu iiyt(,o, ou lavorahie urina
llie loicouuiinallireoeorea and a liatf of aunerioi
land, and ha ou it a xuuu u,-ll,i,u and a iiiimocr o
oul-ouildluae auble, ml., mol alallghUr Douae, all
new and in cikI order.
VOlt SALK. " '
Pa ilil percent. t;all al No. so Mam atiem.
liANlCl. I. A KMT,
Heal Kalale Akenl.
A GOOD H0LSK AM) LOT 0 ft KHT id 8T.
Albert K MoOlnre, nw of Kred (teljtuirt. v Ji.ntin J.
KtieHf. ot 4,1, M"nlX'iur Miiihtii Court. (Jna
Hit. &..
BV vtiiu o(. u.I in wlj,eMirn u, lh. -oinm-n.l ol
HI) nifler Of Hulf imukv IU litis rai l.v IhaMniu.n.u
tvotmoi MiMHfonvry rouwy, -Hlortt-i u fMil. nit
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