Newspaper Page Text
MlAlHATuTt A. BUO.. KiWnw,
WKUNESDAY, NAKU1 2, 1K64 Democratic County Convention. T. iMrmvonit of MrsHKonwry County will moot Ik Coureulion, th. Mf nf baying. HaUtriliy, thi kith da; of ljvk, lfll. fur lh (inri..c or .pooiou Inx .tain..!. to tb. ItamooraltuttUUCouvrtilM'ii, I) " b. aat. at th. rity ef Cblnmbs. on Wr1m-.lay.th tevl of March, ias4. nrJ. r oMIip linjt"! .'' ! A. CAHILL, Chairman. News Items. V nolioa ljr ll:o report of tlu Slate Journalist Ht-tiator Ouncknl ilonomiii'it tlio nomination of Lincoln by the LeginU ture, us "aa iniiH-itiiieut interference." John 8po, who killeil tho two soMiorit at Lancaster, h. not been arientcd. ' Wm. Matnoy killed hi brother, Tho. Matncy, in a drunken fray in Lawreuce oonuty, on the 19th inst. Tho "Bureau of Military Htiitistics,' which Senator Gmickul priioav to ins i tula in thin State, will be very expensive to the tax-payers, however laudable may be iti purpose. There in to be a Chief of Bnrcan, at a big aalilry, whilo the 'number of clerks required U not estimated, but will undoubtedly be large. Since the commencement ol the war, the Confederate privateers have captured 193 Federal vessel, valued, cargo and all, at more than thirteen millions of dollars. All but seventy-three of these prizes bave been made by the Alabama, Sumter and Florida. , , The Alabama has made feixty- two captures. So strong is the feeling in Havana against the Federal Government, mam Tested at theatres and other places of resort that the United States Consul at that pi nee has protested agaim-t the insults daily of fered to Lincoln and the Federal Adminis tration. The Atlantic Monthly concedes that Gen. Model. an has great ability in organizing an army. We tdtall sue whether he has the same ability in organir,ing a party. In the fight at Pontotoc, Missishippi, Colouol Forrest, brother ol tho Mineral, was killed, and Colonels Bnrksdale nnd McCullough were Wily wounded. The Confederates claim that they gainad the advautage in the fight. ' '" The Frivy Council of Denmark have resolved to devote the whole strength the nation to recover the Duchies. Military movements are still progressing in the disputed territory. ' Karl Knssell claims that in detaining Confederate iron-clads he was not iniln enctd by tho representation of Mr. Adams. The British'' 'Government' declares that , it will not be respuusilde in any way 1 the damages done to Our commerce by Alabama. j . It is denied that a French army of ob ervation is to be placed on the frantiefk Recruits aro being obtained iu New , York at the rate of 1,000 per day. i'1 There is n proposition before Congress to adjourn on the 31st of May, The appointment of Lieutenant Oenernl Graut, nil! probably lead to important changes in the Army of the I'otoiuun. The Republicans of the Legislature, with the exception of seventeen, have Itetm dragooned aud bullied, into signing a reso lotion declaring that tho people of Ohio demand tin renominalion of Lincoln. The whisky question is still undecided nd looking no nearer final action thau week ago. , , Our Dispatches. The telegraphic news in to-day's paper announces the beginning of active warfare in the East. , , "At any Moment." The Provost General atmounofts "another call mity be mado at any , 1 X"We often hear of men "raising mooey." Tw process U alteuJod haaari. A man in New York hae enteuced to a year imprisonment raising a two dollar greenback to a twenty 1 dollar greenback. The Ohio Statesman. The Daily Slatetman is much enlarged ( and other wine .Unproved, Lie wit Bakkr, one of tike beat newspaper men in the Htatp, has become aiwociated in its managetniint. The price is inareaaed to 87 per auuum. X"Limcoln's proclivities for low idaag phrasea may be seen in a letter ' receatly wrote to certain citizens of Louis ville, wko petitioned fur the rontoration .Dr. McPnBETKKfl toecclesiaHtica! yiglitst which he bad Uwn arbitrarily ilujulyetl. The President, replied that he had time before written to Cjenural Cuit'iis. i u 4 that the Uuited Btatw Goveiiimuut not uudertaketo run ih$ thurth$!" the churches 1'' Diuiied , talk for Chief Magistrate, isn't it T . ' A Slanderous Assault on our "Brave Soldiers." We notice in the Journal tho chlbiuuioOM ami. disloyal assertion, that boys, fnlisted in the army, are "put on the high load to ruin I" Of course we feel very mnch shocked and surprised at smii a slander, from such a source. .. put on tlie road to ruin T Does tho Journal mean that the morals of tho "bravo veterans" arc so bail as to contaminate youths who associate with them ? Does it menu that "fighting for tho old flag." n the War is onduated, vitiate the moral sense, de praves the hearts, and thereby places on the "high road to ruin" those engaged in It ? "There is no adequate punishment," says the Journal, "for tho scoundrels who will entice more boys from home, or accept thum in tho army or navy !" Jnx as if it weronot tho highest aud noblest Aluty, even of "mere boys," to join tho "brave veterans in the field," and consecrate them selves in early youth to the sen-ice of the country 1 Just as if such sorvice did not refine and ennoble them, and qualify them eminently for the duties of good citizens when the war shall be over ! ol for the a tbttt mo ment." . with been fur t and he of of some imiNt "Hun ft XtSTkKKTKn, known ai the "Medina murderer," was executed on Friday hist. The fence surrounding thescatTtdd wan de stroyed and the execution wa public. The people who assembled in thousands wero very bitter against him. but his din play of calm courage stilled their execra tions. The Cleveland Leader's account contains the following of the seen on the scaffold . "When Mr. Foots, the murdered woman's fuihr, approaches biin, be auks: " 'lniins Mr. Coy's lather aud wheu an af firmative answer in given, adda, "'Ah there is a God in Ileavfn, I anl inno cent of your daughter's murder.' " Hlo Hettifr, who ncapturd him, hs said el-. most playfully, alludintf to bis capture: . " '1 aauuro you thai 1 rerei nnTin uiki yu under certain circumstances. Be kind to y wife as you have always been. Jf -r 8tkketkb stood up to speak on the Hcal;J f.dd. The Leader says : Jf Summoninir rll his physical powers for the tusk of standing upright, he risen, laeilifr the south, where the greatest concniirne H gather ed, wipes his face carefully with a pocUt handkerchief, thm, standing tbt-ra In his ghastly robe, bis clear face calm as ever, and Inn eve sef.king the outmost verge oi mi auui- enre, hn sjeaks deliberately and distinctly, not loudly, though all hearbim : Or thk raias Koa which i am about to OIK AU KNTJUKLY l.NNOCKST MAV flo KOH" 411 V K TUOSU WHO HAVE WKONOKO Ul. These were his last words. X-STTlio telegraph of Tuesday announces that Mr. Arnold, of tho lions, asked leavo to introduce a resolution fnqniring into the cxpedioucy of setting rtdxd pris oners at work. This is simply a proposal to make ulavet of prisoners of war. Mr. Ahvoi.T) can find precedents enough for such a procedure; though a majority o! thorn will daU bofore tho coming of Chuiht. and none of them, pcrhnps, since tho Mid dle Air. Hut the nwuhtfion ought to pasn. It is in entire consirtteuey with the diabolism which inspires Republicanism. Nor will U be liny objection, in the minds of its authors, that tlw rebels might retali iitt iinon Ftslersi uriHoutiis. Tho Aboli tion leaders never considor or two for con setpu'uees. $4Tlt m amusing to notice the eontor tious and writhings of the Abolitiou pajrs of lhio in view of the torn and distracted couditoa of tlieir party. Some of them declare they aiw In favor of Chash and Lincoln both : oUters say they ate favor of Chasb staying ia tha Treasury, becatiHe he is so wise a man that lio one could fill his place; others that it is too soon to discuss Presidential questions ; but still diviuious aud dissensions multiply and intenbify, aud every day hastens the overthrow aud dit.Holiit.ou of the party. X-VVe liave iwceiveii from T. rETansoH 4 Brotlutu, PUiladolpUU, Tlio Life, Campaign, and Publia iBervice. General MoUmiXAN, tho Hero of W.'.liya Virginia, South Mountain and Autietam, embellished with portrait, i'i ice f)0c. Soot to anybody post-iiaiil ou receipt 50c. I'rioe to cauvantwia, $3,i0 a dozen, or &!5,U0 huudred, on receipt of money. tdrUnfortuoata paraon Kiblw publishes' card of defense, in the teprioiuld Uepuhli can, in which he protean hi. iiiBCace of any dnaire to seduce Misa Streeter, or to f-lojXs villi her ; y that he went to hi. room a had beeti agreed upnn with hia landlady, aud thut the ligat of Mr. Streeter'a lantern, which diacovered hua jo bi. shirt, alao firat revealed to biin the preaenc. at aouiebody ia hi. bed Ha declare! that be ran aya becauaa ba did not know what etae to do, ud 4'opped . pis tol which he baa carried for years, rijrjt wrosg. Uaayaheaak. no lavora-peuul. think be .ought (hew without asking and concludes by faek.uiiiK A?ala pf tire upon the reporter a head tor makuig .iue beart bleed needlessly in oritur to round tUa.u ;lem, and with an appeal lu'Ood for puti've tyiigtli and Hia aproval. - , A newnpuper letter aaya that at the grand hall ia Kraukl'ort, Kentucky th. ladie. wer dreaaed to grace a .eraglio -that ia with lime eiotntug a. pouioie. Wanted. l! ik1k.ll To Ho.Kl.lw-st.VEN HUNIKkU V LmLLAKS, on Rood oiirnjr. Apply si (hit n.1 Legal. SHKUIKK'S SALE. OK VAl.l'AMLE BKKL S1AT WITHIN MS Mil.KS or THK CITY OK DAYTON. Imm i. Sl vm. Jwofe BnttrtMf h t a). In par. itti'xi. , Litte Mo. K,f. Mubtuuiary lunir (iiiil. IN off-1'(ni to th ftommund of a oritur of nl hiiIm.u Utm ftliuv vim by th Siifnor Oourt ot Miiiiuii)ry rtMiniT, Ohio, I will offer ml pnUm f0 on Him irfnn(", io nttlfli wnt of layluu. on ihv LtytvriMUt ktktoa Tom pili Hod.nn .Sdtitnbiy, Apn' H, At tw o took p m M n.iid i(y, th ftrm owbftd bt tJftortre Hitl(r Riih, ir., U mj, anil whu-h Iimh mn uh- ivmIpU njr the pornrinnionr nnmcHl in s writ ol partition mmi-d in this cun, an folluWR: uh-ilivmion of iurt uf am'tHinit, town S. rangaf, cum. A'.. MontKiiinur nniiuty, Ohio: aA tsm, I UpHiiiuinK nt th tonthwHt oornor f aaid amuion; thnnrf. uurth 4s WW M 4 Uki poi to n rornr in thn mihMIh of th- Itajrtonand Katon turn (tikw; thpm-e nurlh 76J eaatSSSu tH doIa alon aafd pikn to aoorntr; thf m uorth 4 want M Ml-UK) olr to a oorii-r; ihm-e north WliutiN polaa to a corucr, thw timth JMt 4S pola to a eornar; UttuLi norm 7V t o po to a eomxr; trw rioo Houita I i iA poU to tha aoutk Una ol aaid ction; thn noiith 8s0 3o waat pole to th phcaof tfttiutiff, containiuH S9 lo-lOU icrri. Lot No. if li.'Kininng at tita Boiithaaat corner of lot !to1; thrtii') our i h :iJ west W nolea to tha tniddlaot ih I'fivtoti tmd Ki.tou tutiintk; ttiaa north 74 tft l-t jO I1 polwM along aind tunnkato tha north wi'xt -nmr of lot No. 4t thnxe aoulh3 Mt la Ml i-olt-H to itn oiith line of mi1 amotion; thfiKa aouth W W(wt Iai poia to tho pla,a of begidniDf, cou lair'iijj ii.(.liNi m-rt-a. firtt So. H--Rpnitinm't at (ha anuthaaat corner of rhiiI i irtmn: tht-iH" Mouth ss mf waat 4ti poleito tha m it heist corner ol lot No. a, thaoua north s wait 7tf U'h tutu tho ft linool Utt Ho. ; th4He north MS ' fivt 4( bolt4 to the mjI hua of aaid itaotion: Dience south : ' 72 polee to tha placa of hatfinmug. con tain uu l ht. Ixit So. 4 UeKinniojt at tha northeait corner of lot J. J: thence houUi ss :W went 4o polei to a eorn-r; tfeenna wtrUt X' weat 51 ftO-HW polaa to tha middle of ne Mrn ami r.ntfiu lurnnika: tnence north tav nt 4 '.K) pole l the eMHt line of aatd aaotion; e Komii .i eai m poie to tua itaua ol uuiiinniuii. i No. . netf inniit e at ma northeaHt roruer of lot No. 4; thenca Muuih 7i ' we-t 40 so-lou poies uionn tha rui'ldi of the la i ton and kMon turnpike to a corner; hence nor n 3 went poiei to a comer; hcno north K7 xvt eaat 4 ivnta to n comer: tboca noutti 3J evt i j.ki o:en to the placa of bet'u,uHi urn iininjr, V -u m-rr m. t No, ti nf!mmtx Hi uie nort nwant corner or lot '. Iheln-r outri :i fnm 44 Wl-lev polm Uiacorner u the miil'ilo ol tha J rvUiu aud Kaioa turnpika; them e Nouih 7fi wet 4S ooIpm alone id turnpike to a for'r; ihm-c north 3 wedi fj 40-luo pot en to a cor ner thi-tK- liorlh S7 Sf eai4 47 44 Vw poleg to tha titeoi iL'iiiiiiitK, I'uiiiAiuiuM i jfi too a Tee. l.ut No, 1 Ht-uifing nt the Muthwt4t comer of let v. ti. tnlha Da v ton and Katouturiibike; thenoeitoiiih .1 "wiHt Ti fct !t pnl.iah.njrald turnpike to a comer; litii! nor itt 2J 4 a eat uw Uiloo win to a corner: h'-ne norfli Mil -Hf eu"t 72 u U iiolea to the north wtiat corner of let i; llivwu Huth eant M 4S-1(pU ji.Mt.s to the (n"e ol hftfinuiufc, ootituiuing 8V 60-1U0 a.'ie y hot No. 8 -Pfirinni' ff at (lie noriha corner of lot o.t itivuce norm iu loupoioatoacoruar; u-e ooumi w wpii w .tu-iao noici to a corner; UtfiiCe orih4 weif i4 U4.iijpoletoacorner; I he ace nun w .nr acHi in iiuiev to a uornar; thetK' iteuih ejwt Vi 7 I poloa to a corner, theuce north .tit ;io oust I'i l" I'HJ ivotoH to the uln ttt beainniuu, oiiainiruf 'HKj.louiii-roa. . j Lot u. ii -uoKiunun' ai ine nort went corner of lot ii. a; Uica'aoiiihWJ JU west tJ 4-lte oe to a ini' r: T'-fiicc miiiui i hki nv rj-iou poioa to a our- r: noulhMi".ilr aetl 7t 70 tt pole to a comer; cure aotith J ' enH 4i poleMtoamiruer; thenoa north W ;io'jn-t lipo: toe cornex; them a north 'i 4.V west 4-s uoH-a toacoFiter; inenoa norih A" wbhI h7m tt puie.u iw pu -cm oKiuuiu.'ouuaininxi 47 -loo rew. l,oi No. lo-IUuutium at Uj aoutkemit corner of iotNo.: ihi-iwo oniiiy4y miuutu caul ST nil Mili H to the nini'tiH ttie Uavtonaul Kaloo turnpike; hn.e Mouth 7.1' wit lot Vfl-') pott ali(i iiU irnpikeio acnrur; ui".n e noriii 3" went t polea coriici-; thence north mvl 3' eR.-t m polue lo the tHiiti nML'tuiifnu, nouiaiaiutf " w hw at rew, No. hi: tiieia'OHwiiih Hi JlWfiltii tKlei to th at iiuecf "'Mou; them e uoith4 ' weatsi pole to oi tier: incnce ooriii o Mr cu i..vu im ioia ui orni r; thence ttotuh hmI il poles to Uta place of N'll lining, ci mm x i-iiiu Hcrrt. iA N. IS "-Heai iinmj at the Dorthealoornrof lot No. 1 1 ' :heiHi' Mouth dti' so wh4 tiS p(Am U the ue-tliU4oi Mtud iii'Hoo; thenca txrth 4J wett kl potey bo a coraar) tlitueo north eawt tt 4o)Up ooc in a corner; uivurw nouin a chmi VI IKilea to Ihu otiica oi Deewinina, ToaiHiuinu n -law aore. ho' No. i:t licu'iium the HoiittiweHt corner ol lot No. II. Nwik'H aoiuh ( etod 01 '.'D-loO polea to ornar it itif nnuMie tx fciie imyuo and iiton turn- i-iial thioaeporthfft" att 2ti A-M'V Pia mi mm wid turnpike to it corner; thence unrih 4 weitt 64 r-HS) pnlcM to a cofner; i neucu xiinui air mr went m p.en to the pluct it i'Knuiiigi conuumus 9 .IM ttJU auto. l.ol No. 1 inuii et ..llil periu'r.. t iw i IU6 iill W4t 1 1,.', 1M M l'.U till VM iu It i i:i 1MI A iiliitor tlie iireaml ru be aueu at theSherln" nut,.,. 'IVrmrtor HJe Uuetliiris.h Mi.f hiril inonennil Dim linUm-n III Iwo yttnrt n-nlii tlu iluy or MMle, ti ilt. vrro,l p uiniitH to tx-iir u ir ciMit iuteron iid Uf ,Ht'l,ri4 ,IJ IIKri (vi.i lira (inillwl, 'I'll,, tiLnyt, itrt'tnixHH cannot soli for lefts Lilac two tmt.il u.'iinui,ei viuuH. HVi'HtlH wu"M,Hterff Modi. couiUr. h. U, h,'t M. tUil tt. H. J ai r .0., "riiy. ultWawui AIMINI8TUATOKfl HALVi'Of IKAL iAJri, 5. of ot a or be aaj j ivi,l M. Prnj-li. AJmluislmler of lltnr aii..b,d. ,'MitHftl, V,.. lolm i'tioiiiiui Wfihv .1 .J, rVotMti IR'liri ol moiiiuinvrjr t IMin.y. I ,n,o. rmK'KKntNiit4 roit kai.k dp ural ihTatk ItKHUAN'r tone or,lr ol hhIm id th. tor.golng A W,H VUVI o, vuu,n HIB IIIMnQHI lniMer. hi Iho door of tho Court Houmi io th. eitv liuyion, Iu ihe county of Moutjfara.ry and .11. vuio. on HATUBIlAV. APKIL 2.A.D. IS04. At twoo'olo k iiA. tit. followinil deMrtbed rnl as. utt, hiiiih ii iho aoMtuy pt Montgotnery .nd stst.of unio, ami oouiKi.a iyii go'ya ui ;onows: ailitst. in the somhcHNt luiwtro victiohNo., iown VMna. .1 U U l...,,.,..U Ilia U.,,h 1,... , u-;.l '...1,.? at puiiie! weitv.r HoiKiNt ui corner, tieiu. . VI tol"H to L'esrdorf to uthw.st e'rnari l)inc. .suw 4t.)ta pnl.i, to a ittou. on JJoftrtlorl 's south lioel intK-tiay4 will uoiri iu tiie.ouin line Ol ..It I Uon; llitiii". n T'.i'V w ;H.tt4 pol.a io th. plK. of ttinnink', cou.'i.ininit mxten (lb) neres. more or 1m Aiirisod altim) .lid m.y sell for two-tliinl. sain Kitin. TriiiM ol Ritlr One shirt! Q.wf UirfbsUac. Ibwju.1 pA)jsi.utHJof out. and to yoar.i, with luiroyt, ay.-red 1'AVID ft. VMQ)l, ' ' 1'1JiiniHlrstor of nt.rbtumtiii.ok, dmasd, OLiir, AUvruty.. , jbiuIU.Wbwu B. L. Itillx t A.miaiMralM. ttf HHlutMl LiH..d t-i.M'4, v.. r rifpvn, a. 4. uuturiMV Jtiaau H.iiu,u. ciiMNipsiiiu Coutntoa rU-A. J WILL utter lor tale on . Ai.uurf at. 4P'U V, fM. ' -' l At two nVlork p ntof d.r, at th. doer at llourl Uouaa ia the cit of pi,, . itu oomuy 10ltl.u,unir, lllf lUllowiUK u.a.iriUU ril.1 ,nt ulimtwrod thirlv four hundred and Mr. ikit6 r niinared an. n uuinbarvd ou the reviaed plat of th. tut. of l-.ytwa. Taken on eitn'Ul on a. ttt. property of A. J. Oulh ;d. ttt Oi. eoit of U. L. LiUts at si, Aduuutatrtaur. M, t'l'l , dei'eaaed, vs. b Krlennh et aj. Apiiutietl it Jht iMid t-anuot sell for leaa Uisn two Utirde ot ateiij erxV. usilient. '1'erina enah. i n.a-.Kl. 'UtivKllfl WlXiAMAN, lh.ri, 8--gjj-K1)A-j' ; rWILL, aell st puhlie aniHl.a, ott ' THUU-llAY, MA.C'H , Hot, 1 At (m. f.l Mtoie roooia fonawly oiwupied by hater tti-lt. on rourin .treet, ovtweeD attuu and Jeherava. J yi .vh fitjr ol ttiylon. tli. lollowing .ooda aud oliet oatai .bout ; M,M, lO'ey AOOUI OW uuaii.i. Ol h t-ela of allot..,,, bran or ohoo ed; .bout iwooreuo l.,.f.l. wiieKtiioui-; i p':iiAj, iml aKau',! ui.uorui: i of I'airuuik. M-uie; i,o hay hohTJ. oll p. - jiewaM '"'"""i1"," .I"-' t;p, ilo ; ou. tion aitfe; two tru.-k wagoua, uluti A i ii,'i, Ut, Jibuti Ml o.raaJoitwr.. ' I .-ai,lo I'.oirvmi.'mio ,r,'Vy) t'tlrVtk to ol uii Kiiroi ',itjuiie,.uiioii hi i,n. property or reier T.rtuaCHhJi ZAoK WOOAMAN, Saari. 11.. ooun.y. K.'l ., Aitoiuaj. fuyff By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Look Out for the Draft! Albany, March 2 Th. following dl.patch ha. bi-n rmJ : - - To Maior Towin.iid. Prorn.t Mambal : Be lullr iirppaf'l I" (nnniinn the drafl - on th. 1 Olh of March and to malt, it iu .rr ub dulrict which nlull not have raised il. quota bnfore Murch Ikt.' Enliatmenta brtw.rn March tut and lHtk, may be deducted ' after tho draft commence.. I JAMES B. FRY, Provost Marshal General. Lieutenant General Grant. Wajdihiitox, March 1. The Prettidmt hr mea.ar. infurmt-d the Huuan tn-dny thnt he had approved tho bill reviving the grade nf Lieutenant Ueneral. Shortly aiterwara tne Pre.ident aent to the Senate the notnioutiou of General Grtmt for that position. i ' Major General Thomas Moves on Dalton. IUUi , I Pun inKi.viiu. March I. A. special to the Ctncinnett Qaztltt, dnted Cincinnati, lnt naye Qeneral Tbnuiae ha. advanced on the .neiny Dalton from Tunnel Hill It is stated in a pecial dispatch received here that he lug leen reinforced by a considerable number (if been men. If this is correct, a .evere engagement ill inevitably take place very soun. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. From the Army of the Potomac. a WAHHiKtrros, March J By reports from the Headquarters of the arniynfthe Potomac to this rlurean under date of March Jut it would Kfeni ibnt General 8d);wick was fcent to the extreme left of the em-my to en;n hi. attention and divert hi. vipilauce from the Katiidan fords. Kilpalnck siMZinir advantitite of ibi. croeaeB the river nnd make, a rapid detour to the southwest of the enemy', main po.ition around Orange C. H., and Gordon.- ville, while I itstar ewtniis rapidly around the extreme right of Sedgwick via Mndiaon C H. and Slanlordsville. Our latest information from Kilp. trick wa. up to yesterday morning when be wo. reported to be at Spottsylvania and on the riu,htof Cuatar. We have pus tttve knowledge that In. long line, ot cavalry daubed rapidly through Madison C. H , co lore dayligbt ynstenlay morning. It i. reasonaldy auppocetl bi n Jriuune apeeial, who lelt the Court Htiupe r at noon, that Citslar engaged the enuroy at o'clock, lor cannonading waa heard at that hour lit direction of Orange 0; II., and continued up to dark. i ., Gray aenda new. from Mudiaou C. U , duti'd Monday noon that Sedwick'a corps uiurclied at sunrise Saturday with four days rnliuui bivouacked at night seven miles beyond Cul pepper, reached Russell's furtl on lvi'bnion's river Sundny torentton, whore most of the corps bivouacked, und flrdgwii k estiiblisbed hia headquarter!!. Tuition's hrigude pa.iied on to Madison C. II , with cavalry under Cap tain Olallin Tho Jind Divisiou of the Third Corp. came up to tlie support ofilie Sixth on Sunuay night at one o'clock Monday mor ning Cutttur . cavalry, with Uuwe artillery marched out ot thu lowu to the Knpidan, which wa. crossed near lUrroit's Kord. Latkht. N ew. from the Irunt iudicatei n battle this iiioi nin at Stnnnrdsville, between Custar1. cavalry and rebel inlanliy. Humors persistently ploro lulpntrick at la mile, from Hichmonti, give na SpotHylvania C. M ,and Mndiaon t , II.. nnd, as rtruwbuck, swell the water of the Hajiidiin iit feel: over he level oi yesteruny. ; From Washington. lift a ol WAaHlKOTov, March J A apepial to the Timet aays the Intent information reaeived from the Army of the I'otomnn is to H o'clock this uioriiiug. Heavy firing wiim henrd early Hub liHiriuiig oil to (lie exlreuin right,. In tin: direction ol HlanarUttvilie where it wan sup posed thai (Juatur'a cavalry wua engaging the reheia. . ; Madison Court TlnuHe, as well ns Spottayl vania Court Houae, are in our possession. 'J'h;:re is an evident disposition on part of ! J L.. . I 1... I ; l.lfJ ! ,ea w ayttu o upiue ujr Kritpiiifr ncuina uis Hurt, ii commits. Killpatrick hn. peen penrd Irom. ho re port ia favoruble, and ronimunitmtinps np Ion ver remain unbroken. l wa. reported toduy at Culpepper, that fluniplmi b Region had been uarlly whipped by (iilpatrjik with a loaapf aevnral hundred prisoners. luqip(on himsell among fkenui bar. A siieoial to the World aay. (ieiientl h'il Patrick, with a large force of oarah-y and mounted infantry, started three days since lor Richmond, ia the hope of capturing thai city by a coup d main, or com pa I Lee to leave bt. intrenehmant. at Mile Run and march to its defense. The rapid retreat of Longalreet on Rich inon'if i. explained by thi. movement. I . It i. runiorad tiat liili.atriek will hav the co operalioniif a Urge fore, advaiiin up the Peninsula. Butler Probably Succeeded in Effecting an Exchange of Prisoners. Wabuimotox, March 1. The 7Wiun apeo jal uya: i i ' . ', . fif iW rejoice Ifie bran." of ihonaanija in the north to learn that flepeiul )uilnr ins succeeded in making arrangenienta vtfif Quid which will probably lead to an expliaug. pf ia,opej'a. Fears Entertained for Sherman's Safety. uf Tfi aa of . eiw tir W day. Wa.suiutqn, March 1. A apapial to th. World ay. that eiuce the disastrous ratrcat of (ir'ww awl Piilb Mpop MeMipbia, moat .eriout apprelipaaioiia af- fi.'lt in flici circl.a of iukrpuptittii ul iliarmun's cosimu uicatiou all along the I in. of laa HoljiU lid Ohio road, and deptiving his array uf up im portant source of aupply, without which, it i. believed, hu cannot inaiulaln bi. ground; and what ia worse still, it deprive, bim of the aid vf oet. upon which he relied to prosecute L:.f'.ntt. . ... ,i..K- ttt k..l:....A VI. (et'l't WJIcrwiloua. ixuiiarj iuvii uqn tiheraian will uui La iLulijted to retraos hi. V'i"lsli(.rg. L pBv. alcps and return to hitter, dated rebruarV" JOtli', aaya RBi'lljiaf, reached Meridian, but deprived of oav; - 1 airy he dared not proeeed, and had erectea 'art'work. around .th.. city. " TI . srt''work. arouiiti 'thu city. 'l b. renrtof ' Dla Uvaif',i)pq( Solnia w JiwrtiJitwl, that piMC 111 uvEt yt. iu.Jlrvu wttira irMi. an- riilian.' jSews from h. buuli rptil 1'ulk ha- f " .fouta reHM tw.ao Selma and the 1 onibi(btitt Ki .iffea wfttcn. I in ' dlP'4 .ff rja.y. ol th. rirer. Dayton Market. Dayton Market. DAYTON, March 2. Ull tUJ wbeat, WHEAT ti lifel 18. 0OIIN ). , - SHELLED 85. ' OATS 68. . HVE1 03 IU bAKLKY-l 2ti COKFKK HfirMMH, ' UtMll 14fVlti. K0(JS 2ft(,i,2C per dnz. WHISKY !IU. ' ' .- CHKKSK. IbfTaU. DltlKI) PEACHES ir,d)l. DRIED APPLES !)rM-. 11EANS Per bushel 2 f.llfoiS 00. ' H A Y-TitBotht lH(,i)J0 per toa. TEAS $1 00$; l 00. KICE 8(($10 per lh. 11UTTEK :15. LARD 12rlS. Cincinnati Live Stock Market. BRIGHTON STOCK YARDS, March 1. j6.r0 heed. The demand wa. moderate in the moriiing. Hut the heavy arrival. rained butch at or. to withdraw. Drovers aceing this bt'gan Beef Cattle The receipt, of Cattle for tU week were about eipht hundred. The demand from butcher, wa. fair dnrinz the latter Dart ,.f ,K wauU kitl ika K.. f ,k. P.l. " , ' " . -' ' - v. v wucia jcn,jnj, (Monday.) Th. reoeipla of fresh were about 10 make .mall conce.sinn. in price., which had the effect to increase binines.. Govern ment onyer. went in, as aluortid butcher., and a heavy trade wa. done. Shipper bought a lew prune I atlle at Irom b to (,1c, We unote Butcher Cattle f ir ordinary, :iW, l; fair, 4 50 to j; exira,$5 23 to ?." 75; "prime, $ti. A ond mnny still remain un.nld. Hogs Nnne arriving. What few are com- ng, are those which have been contracted lor reviously. Sheep are in good demand and .ell from R. F. ENYART, Weigher. Leaf Tobacco Market. CINCINNATI, March 1. Th .ales at Morris & rhalfaiil'a warehouse were ten hogsheads, vis: eight hhd. Mason Co., Lug. and Trash I at 0 7.1; 1 at 10, 2 at I U.nl I 60; 1 at lit; 1 at I I 75: 1 at 1:1, 1 at 4 Midi nfinew notitbern kenlucky, viz: 1 nl 14 ii; I at 'Mi z.i; at Zi V5(,i'L") 7:; 4 hhds new Keniuckv Lugs, viz: 2 at 4 004 70; 1 at G 10; I at ' 00. 1 he sales at Hodmen . warehouse were 20 hhds, viz: 4 hhds old Mason County Leal: 1 nt 17 25, 1 at 1 25; 1 at 20 50; at 24. 50; 9 hhds new Virginia Leaf and Lugs: 1 at 9; 1 at 10; 25; 1 at 10 50; 1 nt 14; I at 17 50; 1 at IK; 1 at 18 75; 1 at 19 25; three hhds new Ohio at 5 50; 4 hhd. new Kentucky Lugs and Trash: 2 at S 50, 2 at 7 50; 4 boxes new Vir ginia atfi 00 and 22 25; 30 case, new Ohio Seed Leaf, Wrapper, and Filler., runging trom u (io to IB 00, Receipt, light. : New York Market. NEW YORK, March 2. Cottox. Steady and firm with an tin ward tenaenty outami. 1' 1.01JB. Heavy and drooping; 6 50(510 70 for' extra State; 7 20fi)7 35 Round IIoou tinio. , ; Wiikat. Slightly favora buyers; 1.5C(aM.59. Chicago nprmg, ,5b(a5u Milwaukee Club; 1,7i 1,70 Winter Red, Uihol Uui: aud uns.-ttle.l 1 27(.iI 28 for atom, Oats Quiet and 8rnl, wllh a'gooi de mand :m (ui vi A foHX. r irmer und moro active 22 jnen: il old and 114 new. : I Cut MtUTS I'irin. k 1 Lakp, A .hnile firmer, l.l(oM3i. Wmsay. Dull and heavy. Western held at !ll(,iua. , , i fgriuil.xim Steady 30Crt31 J Crndtv 47.1 Hond, 5:)(.7)5li I'Veo. f , . Mkw xoitx, March ?; Suxka irreg closing firmer. Money .oven per rent. Ster, ling nuiet and ateatly nt 7'ti. (iuld 51)1' i-UO CouHn. 0o, 6 a tifi Cnnpnn. HH One year certilicatea USJ. Wnw Turk Central I;l7. line f I 2I. Keadingf! OTi. (,'. g (t. It. 311 . ! Dry Goods. Spt'CKHtOK TO TIIK I.ATK JAMKH PKHKINR P Jl T Ct oops, GEOCERIES, i N 4 V iK'rAi., Sorthaaat Comar Mc (101111 aV JatTcraoa ata JOI1W V. DIUKT, UtaonMaip lreet, not lieti Im CrleU'ln and cuHinmerri, aiti tho ot frta lHe Jama Parrioa, tltal ha tia puuaaad th old and wt)ll-linown (tuhiuaaa maud of Mr. trriut, uu ha Moruttf of baooud and Jt ileraua atraett, to wluvb lie i,u4rUiwyd, )atyil tttwp oif ItMiid Uit&m and wtll At ratatl. The old ft-lndaatt.lauMtoiti.rB of Mr. Her ri ite, aud of John V. liaret, ar it mp utiulljr kuluil JOHN W. DAR8T, foleklawtr ' N. B. Corner Saooutl aul Jatlfrwn. Leather Store. NEW LEATHER STORE. AUAM WKlNiJAliTNatHi 1 VMi third itraei, ' l lRHrl eoBHtMitlf aa ham till kinl of Leather, I Miii'fc an note i Uipari kip; ualf-hkiii.and uiunxM'u. AIno, Itaruaii aud bridle Ua har hoa Hkiriiuni tute VLt ono. I. 1 JiW id Hi. rough.- oeab paid for Hide and auivtiw Leather Store. For Sale. Desirable Residence for Sale. TOKFKK fnr tala tha raM.lanra of aff J cksoj,oo Jctlarsua iitraMt, third Joor aouth of Fourth. 1 tia lot I tine hundred and fourtaaa laat froo . On tha pramiff if m ftna thica-itorj brick dwnllnic houae, ciuia.Dtuc ffMirtaan ronnn. rtn garden and tuUw Aim, a doiitil iiauia hoiiNa. 'I'hu m una ot tha inot daitiralilmt piacai of proparty in I'tylun and will ba old c lie mii, if an arly apphcatxtn it mada Ui .1 A M KH F. 1MINAI.IMON. Kal K-tata Avul, nial'llru No. 7u Watnutruat, aacond ntury. Splendid Farm for Sale ONB-HAIjR UUM FkUM miamibbvbu. fllHK uulrittnrl will )) at nrivaU hhI btwa?m i, now iiu uia urwi aa oi Aprti next, tne weis known farm Monicinv to tlia jUta of Philip fl. Cie- liacenied, rnntamlns ona hundred and fortv hrtn rrH, Haid hrin h ujion it two dwallintt houwe uoe a larga comrpostloue hrrk; alo.lain anii other nacMary out -hui Id intra, 'Hie woil it of the ncneMi uuniity, principally IxHtom land, aitd han aJw a Una lot ol timtxr. Termi reaaouabla. luUirw of tha uuaorilr in MiimiHlitirir. HA MUKL GKHHART, ISAAC DlHtfhNUKR, (e-27(law2vr Kieeutora. A Country Residence for Kale. ADBUIHAHtB eouolry nsidono., wllh flfteeu .cra of gniul land, lying; on. mil. north of Ij.y- ., ii-,, irwnif noiian, nou good ntitliiiil.iinitM, on tha land; so orrhard of tin. ranu apple, pear ftn,l fieiw-n trawa; n laru. aaaort. a.d I'rollHi' vanetiea; alM, alaul Ihrt eaorfp, ef young iring Io un'h.ae .re re,iin..ied localf nnd ai.ntiu. 1,0 lirolMTtV I r tltani-alvea. ua thu nrt.nri.ln ,Mn..n. Ilitent tlml It will tiear inapraotion. aivo, ten mii . ttNi' tvrMt ot miMrad i.nd, rour iile north of I'aton, D':r th. old Troy road. no,!ttr JAHXH KNOOI-. Insurance. The Best is the Cheapest. INHURK WITH THE ll MTU 1XSIRAXCE KfflPAHY. IIAKTr ORlJ, CONN. 1. riKK AND INLAND NAVIGATION KIHKH ao. oapieii, now haratororat at fair raiaaaod literal rnndititinM. 2. BUHIaNk; CONDUCTED with ooDitwl dmpatuli im nnciirar'T. I.ushKH ALWAYS MKT with promptaeaa auj ooniieta jimtice. NKT AHHBTD JANUARY. 1S04, $0,000,506 eo. THK PLAN AND URA N IKATIoN of tha l-.raa. aiicr nrjr-nvn yrmrm aerera frail, na reailUM Um xrimteitt jairilic Advantage aaii .uefem of (m vac rtutiN KTHtoina of Ptra Inauranoa in t. 00 Uy It lit nfw teller than ever nrwDared far tint S. H1XTRKM THOUHAND I.fmH t'LA kaiva baei Ptlal.AKHf r . TIIK CUNHUMITION OpPKOPKRTT V KIRRfc 111 inn u 111 wti nmiv, avfrn(iill OVr Vlirv, V Ually . la VOltr limimrtvainnMriiuwl iir n ml awn ia.lt 7. AKft YOU INhlHtKu W not, why not? Theeosti in innintf, ina uuiy ia munii"!', 111a rebiiii may ba your nm'Hjt- from ruin while dlay aoU n-(iett uiny .iivniva you in buultrimtcy, itov rty or cruot iiiHrtniiointiiiui. - H. 1'AkT.VlJI.AK ATTKNT10N aud t)rr,l la sivy iu i-iuiill tiukn a) w-U a latuM oieit. At) m'tun ty r.n.1 niiimniir vounui'ivitU aaivantrigujt atrUe4. PollrlM liiMUftl Mfltliouf Uelay. friii.Uy JUHN It. HTOI PkXMAN, Atfeii . Hair Restorer. ONLY UKMflNM HAIR REST0EER! UIHKASKS OF Tllli; SAKI Till K Hkill of the im.lHa. ratutiy In (realms UmeAMea uf th wit 1 11 hiif, ia h iiiHori-y of 1 Utta lnU Had dy ttim, tha tni( itenl nr ihaitaof tlta huuma fruiiie. It tul to Im WonJereJ at. an il r ouirakiat lU'ly, ilfoii r neiri'li hikI a .'rirchil invBjii'kfHtH.ai ut tho.Hiiita wl 1 it-li proliiftt tha 1iraaHw. l.'otti tkka citu-i 11 hwvireU, it in en attaif iwiaatlrthty iu erntl Hln th't ilmea- aiitl utWvl a vruiHUul viirti. liHfiHirt m tha aoalu liafo (wry i.roarittur-J iih-urnlJa tlV yl4 Ut Ihtl IManl IMiaMll )N1- ttav YKAKH OK STUDV To thu rianuhar irt of thn htimitn Irarao, autil am HUHIle4l UlHt I IfutHf MM HofitriH ktinwri, tatt watihl prmrimaiU fra.iioalf 1 11 1 mii iimuiMine m fUNC,, in hN Hfitip 1, w , MALT RHiatfll, SUA.I I Anil other n-iianorttis (litAn-i,aal nHira ti-tl kmi to , (h0! tvli haw hti-Kiu Utl'l. to taka yiMd thw AMti'itiau, 1 will frr frit riru uuKiutKit doli.aiis ( I rati to euro tha worxt ouHet c( 1iHekiMHl ualNi of tha lunui'Hl MtaiiJiag aitd tlia ON'tY OB A Ulan IIAIK UKH I'OK AC II . Kent! Ike followiutf: (7xfiihna)n' ' ir. .aal Oat..;.) AiaNV, Nkw Yoa. Par. ItuMaxa: Twa yi nr sa my n np ka nHia 4iMeam4l,Miil my hair fointae a: 4 to fall aitt very fnil. Tae liii.' 'Urn. itial vnitl lay wn-p a tut ana fiiiiiufnut Hre, Jt hvCHn.a vry p.untnl; iuv rt at nibi waa hroken; llm litirtiiitK ami tU-liiitji rwrHllua wua uuuf oraiie; I wuuhl aiM'ly rt-aa. ly atr renietiy, lul only umn-entfti) reluf. J couwiilleil a'-veral )i)rtl claim ol thin city. I wan inloruiMtJ by then that tha Jimc-uhp with which my avHlu waa attwted waa Uia Halt Rll mi), ami tliai they;puhi tiol braet ma. r4 your adyarhrwinetit and aaitcluded la ooiuul( you. V011 aariurod ma thai yi would arailiceia if dueaiia and retiturt' my hair, whinh had herotna vary thiu. With thai aa-ttranea I planed myaelt in yo(t huodn, and the reMiilta are, I rave a luxuriant head of ttair my t tili ir Drrally well, and y hair kaa caased fnll oai. Heniiect jilly yoiirn, Man M.aa Gop.ii, No. .7 flout peart nlr'l. I 11 m IhuI at-know Ud (fed hy all wha hava uad Uait Uwturr, and then nama lgiou, UtM it TKje ONLY PHKPARATtUN That would effectually aud pormaneDtly retora IU hair of thoaawhoare bald.aad pravaat THK HAIR FROM KALUN OVt, . Tha lra and rapidly iDoreamag aala af Baatoratlva m tho wirouKtMl avidaara af the manilold baaeiUt it ia uoulerriog upon THK HUMAN FAMILY. Ta eonrldeuoa of tha public ha beea il4ained, and tha) all UDita ittaUeaiiBtf U ila want and vaalaubert. oruy CVRU ALL PRKPARATIONS yarfntrM". f do not rouoraiatnd my prepara- . ' I will forfait TtwU j (Oua Ttuitinautl Dollar) if 1 nol lo rura tha waiat (Neor iartial balduaa, uuder Hfieoa jear' iaud ug with TUK ONLY OKN INji HAIR RStiToRVK. Ttii fH4rl rpmidy j-aaid byJnifyita af- fYUUR JjHUafilbTJlArl NUT Of V aak, N B Onre (inaranteed In avary mm ytera tka dt rt-rtionti (or 1 e are tm.heitly aU-yi-d. ar Crioe. aar ttOiUe. or tx bllea frr6,' PKF. U. A. HKMIINN, Bala Prepnator, He. p Omnire vtreel, f'lf illtny,.ew Yaik. Legal. d WILLIAM it. MtNKAIAS USlAlK. N TOTICM lilierehf ffivea that th i nnderHltrriMd k.. thin day rh du'T Miouiled A.hniiitiaiur ..f iii uiMir in win m in Lt aioneai, iota or the couuty ot Montf oinory, Ubtt, daeaaae.!, by the probata Ouun of antd county. . . MILTON N. MuNMaL. K.hrui y 1, last -IVCwS ATTACHMENT NOTICK. "" L. A lmn IvHiaa Rin-t Thomaa Uoitorf. No 9 2o4 U vilNuUoii. bulore Will.aiaa.eady, Ja.Ut-aw the' I'ent'tj, Miaial Tuwuhii, Muuluouaiy Ovuuiv, Ohio. ' ON tlia 12th day of Jauuaiy, lai4a aa order of At tta hmtiiil waa 1 ud l.y id Juolue ng-inut Maid Thumw boitoij, lot the -uta of lwjutyMvvu dliara ai.dtf..().'(ui(eV,- 70), ud id Mua W been rontinuod lo the wth da) uf Kahruary. .ioa, at a.Ul fullwl 9. 1 ni y iituu ''