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batckuav. MARCH 20,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. E!ETAKY OF STATE, WILLIAM W ARMSTRONG, ' of Sener. Ceimiy. ...mmm- IVrkEKE JIDOES. ire rui.L ti.) '' ' PHILAOKliHH VAN TRbMP, . , mi rawa!. Com ty. - i, (TO ritb V W IM ) MACHIA.S 0. WHUKI.ET, ' " ot Henrivit County. 1 Short Va-n-y, Al.KXANDK.lt f. B'lYS, , . , (K Highland lonely. A1TORNST HKKKRAL, . . LYMAN it CK11'C11HELI, (X tlolmea County. COMHTBCII.I.KH OK THK TRKtM'HY, WILLIAM S. V. l'KENIISS, of Krnnklln County. ' ' srtioi't. rnMMIPvloNFK. Al.liXASHKK S. RAMSK.Y, of Hardin Conmy. BOARD OK PUIII.10 WOKK, irlLt reea-,1 , WILLIAM I.ARWIU., of Ahlud County. ' tr t.) ' CHARLES HOKSKL, Of Ativ'M Co.nly. Democratic Nominations. ELECTION KlmT MONDAY (lr.) or city ticket. jf-W. H (.lLI.KSI'IK. UnraAif TAY H. CAM. tZ JWI.,-1. V KINC8 B t 1 1. Ifd Miu ,.,-HOHKKT Al.i.KN. TOWNSHIP TICKET. tbulTfo-A. M. OYLKR. A C. Hru.Hl'KT. WARDTlCKKia. HR8T WRI (O-rtl-AJIOS I'KCKFR Vl.n,-J. I).I.II.BKRT. 4 ...,-!, KWIS HKINlZ. 8ICONK WARD Ueowt-MSUCUS EI.LS. l-w-T. A. WISE THIRD WARD C.i.r('-1ASIKI, RKINTr. .SeiionJ iWrf-KPIIBAIM IINPS.LT. A..uw NICHOLS. aTALEY. FOURTH WARD ' fke-ril-HENKY tl. HILOF.FnR r. Mtool ai,-d-lAVlD A HU&. A.-iw-JUMH bTAI'llASS. FIFTH WARD Cb-t-HKNRT acnl.AMANK. Alr-wol oml HKNHV RO IT. W -WILLIAM DAVY. SIXTH WARP-- P. RENNF.TT. i,W 8eord THOMAS F. TFIRKsllER. News Items. .', Colonel Frank Wolfurd, has been (lis. hnnnmhlv dinuissed from the service by ' the President, for violating the fifth arti aIa nf was. . Will the Journal idease cal- ' cnlate the letigth of the "string of oaths 1,a will swear. Jack C'oburn of New York lias accepted Jim Maces challenge to fight him. and leave fuf Englaud on the 1st of May . A daughter of General Banks (not yet ' in her teens) ban been adopted as ttie ilaiigli ter of the Fourth Brigade. The Committee on thucouduet of the war have exhonoratod General Meade from the charges made against him The Fremont movement is gathering strength every day. What a glorious time his frienda and Lincoln's will have next summer. Greenbacks, slioody contract ors and niggers will 1 mixed up in splen did confusion. Ilia said that George Thompson, th English Abolitionist contemplates, tnk- , iar npUis residence iu Boston. The right man in the right place. Ths following significant head lines are placed over the Now York World. "Abo lition of the Protestant Religisn in the South." "War on the churches in Xew Orleans." "Military Necessity applied to ths Pulpit." What are we coming to General Grant has been entusiastically received by the Army of the Potomac Ninety millions of dollars have been paid to veterans volunteers in the matter of bounties, The Enquirer has information that Hon George Pugh who was made a Presiden tial Electer for the State at large, has sent letter of resignation to the State Central Committee. His business arraBgernsnts rendered this coarse imperative. . . Gold closed to-day at 1 691. .4. . . if v-. "'-I- j a a , ot tne surrender oi uoionei nawxins aau : 400 men of the 17th Tennessee cavalry, at Union City Tennessee, on the 24th iu taut.- Ths forces of Forrest had been re pulsed three times, it is said, and General . Bravman was at hand with a heavy federal r l,ltW....n mean, of ,,.... w - of ths fourth attscV, and Tlawkins, , not disposed to taks th risks it involved, and so gavsnp. It is the second time it ' said, that he has surrendered to Forrest, ad there is disposition shown to censure him by the cowardly abolition specials, who would surreuder at discretion to i worn an with broomstick. As Hawkins' men had just been paid off, Forrest make a good haul of greenbacks as ' as of horses. ' It is not onr business to fend Colonel Hawkins, hut he should be censured till all the facts of the surren der are known.' The Plea of Abolitionism. , There are a groat many good people t wbo Lave been led by the cunning tongues and deceitful cant of the abolitionists, the belief that the war which is now des olating the countiy is a visitation of li ine displeasure and retribution for the sin or Slavery. This is especially the argument and apology of the depraved and bigoted "war clergy." , Among really honest mrn, so sad a mistake must bo set down to the misfortuue of ignorance and credulity. If the war is an angry judg-j ment for Slavery, to what shall we attrib- j utu the long years ot nnexsmpled prosper- j ity, progress and happiness, winch have marked our national career? Onr history, up to the secession to power of Abraham Lincoln and abolitionism, was the histo ry of slavery, as well as of glory. It was the history ol Liberty and Lqnality. tem pered by philosophy, and the just discrim ination of wise men between their own and an inferior race. It was the just pride of the American people, thut they had demonstrated the capacity to govern themselves not that they had invented a principle that would govern them, without conditions. It was the intelligence and patriotism of the peo ple, as demonstrated in the successful ap plication of the piineiple of self-government, of which we had so many reasons to be proud. The frauiprs of onr government the men who devised self-government lor their own race in America, assigned slavery to the negro, as the only condition in which he was entitled to touch our system. The amelioration of this condition had marked his progress, and would have continued to do so, until in the fullness of time, it wo'd gradually have loosened his chains, and lilted him to a limner estate. 1 hat lie ' is not yet qualified to he benefitted by oiuan cipation, and that emancipation will be a positive injury to his race and our own, is sufficient evidence to convince eveiy in telliKent mind that the Almighty has uoth ing to do with it. . The war came with the triumph of alio lition and the election of Lincoln, and if it is an evidence of Divine displeasure, it has been incurred by the insanity thnt achieved its first National triumph in the fall of 1860. There is not a clearer case in all histo ry. the "intelligence ana patriotism up on which our lathers rested tree govern ment, and upon which it succeded so splen didly for three-quarters of a century were vanquished in that memorable year, and the result is before ns. Peace, pros perity. Union, and Liberty are none. And hope is dying. Dissappearance of Voltaire's Remains. ? The Figaro states that a rumor, for time past iu circulation, to the effect that the rpniBins ot V oitaire are no longer at tne rati theon, has now been confirmed.- The tomb is empty, and nothing is known as to what has become of its contunts. This discovery whs made, it declares, through tke following inci dent : "The heBrt of Voltaire, as is general ly known, was leu by will to tbe Villelie tarn ilr. and had been deposited in their chateau the present Marquis da Villette, a dependent 01 v Oliaire, navinE resoivaii w settia me es tate, offered the celebrated relic to the h.i peror ; it was accepted by the Minister of the Interior in the aame of his majesty, and the question then ares as to what should be done with it. 1 he most natural idea was to place it with tbe body in the tomb at the pantheon but a scruple arose; tbe pantheon had again become a place of Christian worship, and the tomb of Voltaire waa still in the vault the reason was rather from a consideration that what was done could not be undone than from any other; at all events, no fresh cere mony relative to Voltaire could take place that building without tbe authorisation of the Arcbbisbop ot fans. Uirr. Uarboy, on being consulted, before making a reply, first hinted that there was a belief that, since tbe year 1814, the rantbaon possessed nolhiiig belong ins to Voltaire but an empty tomb. ' In conse quence it was determined to verify the truth of the report A few days back the stone was raised, and, as the Archbishop had stated, tomb wss found to be empty A st rict inquiry into the subject has been ordered, and the Em- pror has given instructions that, the heart shall be inclosed in a silver rasa and deposi- . ted either In the great hall of ths Imperial Library, or at the Institution of !' ranee. Wheat in Ohio will be a stinted crop year. Wherever the snow waa blown off fie ds by the bitter winds of Jaanary, the seed was frozen and the young sprout killed. places where it is evident there were heavy drills ot snow the crop looks bright and protn- mug. A few days of warm weather will J velop the extent of the injury. Mayor's Proclamation. is will well de not into Mayor's Proclamation. M ayor m Office, vitf ar lUiT . Meimu 'a, mUet qualified votara ot lh city of Dayton aiui TnwnahiD Offlr will ba hftld m aajd rily Mo nitty, ilia no aay oi APni, ioa. ror um ivuvmiu$ omcri: Un TUB Isl i T TlUaVJsTl. One Mayor, OnaO iy Maraha); One City Inttriutury DiroUr;( Ona Wood Mwuurar: OoaTrutttaeor Uounoilman, and ona Member of Hoard or jciucat.oa, r arn wara. ON THK TOWNHUIP TICKET. Two ConpUljlM iD the city et ;arget autl Oua AMtMaor luaaoti WerU. J The tui. wing will be the &lan of fotiog, ia a vrl WatrtlH; Pi at Ward. New Engine Hotie, Wehter atreat; nitund Wards ladepuudeiit Kiiffine itlouaw, Third Ward Miami KoK'ua iiouae; Fourth Wurtl, l)t)lue ,iniu Houae; Firth Ward, Orejr,u Kn(iua Houae, Hixih WrJ. F tit i ha Kuuioe Houae. The poll win tie o(ena e fix o ciock iq ine uorQ id e ine and eloae .1 ais o'clock la the .Teulnii. uiaii. w. a. uiLtaiarin, at.yor. Professional. KLIlll' TMOSCIOS, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW , , ' AND NOTARY PUDLlOi Wir.X, ttftod io bu'inM. ntrti.Hd to him with rtitffno, prom ptur ii nod t?r. Offlc in tior nno'i Bu Minn, aouin of Udlm Oahill'i oftU, 10 Ifi ruoiti tx.-cupiod bf T. U. Lvwm. tIiVid3outw if l)r. WILLIAM KCiltY. . , NIYHICUX AM) KCRGEOS. OFFICE Third rtrol,0ipot Ik Public SUr, lirlun, 0"i. fciihlU Professional. Wanted. nit-u t win fcfi f pr nutriin AppiT w K. I HAl.l., hU Wftot Liberty, 1,nn oounlf, Ohio. Millinery. Mercliaiit3 and Milliners WILL FINl WITH DEVOU Oc CO., . S:i an.l SS Parl tr, Cincinnati, Ohio, THff .no .Vn' An.l VArie,i kNorlmmt of MIL" LtSKRT U(.'l)a in ill West. KIUilUNS, SII.KH, FLOWKRS, AND Ladles & 1 Uses' Straw lists t Bonnets. Cur I'ltia ?nwa n tt hrwich soiht n lo (Jtir MHAWIs A?ir MANTILLA I (MUL 1 UW UrUer will rweiv rouipiuoiinnn. UitilSdlw 93 uik H I'taul wliet, CmciuiiMJ. Millinery. Provisions. Andrew NToinirMrtneir, tall Mo. , Wnlua Mirket Hwnae, Healer IB Fresh Mc.it9,Hains,Sausage,&c AU.ys on hand, of choice No. t ataok. aulOdSi Groceries, &c. K.o'ea.sa. M.HBaiaa. KOWAUU O'BItSJUM UKOTJIEK, WHOLESALE GROCERS ana uieoairama or Braundles. TTInes, Olns, Cla-ars, tad lvlatU and Xeotcn vvniaKy, aaa sai.aas in ' ' ( Do" itlc Wine and L,lqnra. agv .ts for Sale of Pure Uonrbon VThlskr, l F? leave mi,4t reaueotrallr to aoquaint aneir csji Li U.nier and 111 oommunity senarally, that tlie-J have an of onrrytus on the wholesale Krooery, liquor, cotar und tohacco liualneae l Oartrm, Ohio, at the late wiaud of K.O'Bneo, Ne 301 iteoeud street. UaTinKHinuletneanieeiiiie uat., pnn'naae xoeus rrnm the het houaea in Mew York. Haltiinore aad I to parehane from . ; ; it Philadelphia, ami having Sad tlfteen yeere' esperlewe in the trade, we hold out Ihe best luducenaeuta to onr old cudt-'inersanu -ii oiuera wno may do Kiau eouunu M. .'HKIKN, late of the arm ef O'Brien roe, Tleilo,iliio, will devoto hit tame and atteultoo Cleaall thoee who raav eoroe to l ey at taia well nnwn Hoiiae. and K.O'BKIKN. will treat Ike oom muntty b-lu,r, if aoaaiule. ah D ever before. M"tti in few very nrHlenll for pAelfavora.aud earne-tly ae- licil a snare 01 your rutore patronage. Buiwaw.m . U. UILBKHT CO., Wholoaate dealers la FOItBiaN AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES & LIQUORS N09.7 AH D II SEFFKRSOlf BTRSIT, OPPBlTst MA K K. Kl MU tlMK, muiaiy Grocery and FroYlsien Store. ANTHONY VTOHL, Ho. ll MABKBT 8TRIBT, HAS a cood ppiyari MndiAf boat FMailf urooanea ami ProviaiooM, aack a Baar; Titeal; ora D.Rl,lrta fraiiia; liama; ar.ed but; LliiburKr onaaM; nouaofl arnnp; -tn-w; aiiaiai! bJaih a: loTaa: MTitvnrai anasi. mm, aim. tpieanMwara; yollowwiu; wiUaw baakeia, aul, la avarv artioi naueu ur umiui. hwjoibi NiflAT OltOCiGIiY Alt W PROVISION STORE. HO. 1MKIFTH BTBBKT, U10KIT S BLOUK STOCK NBW AND rilKSH -lOUNTIir aredace aakaai la esokange ferOteeetlas l or CASH. ocSdlmewtim IOHB BIBKBL. Agemt. the this the In de ara on Bv the Wav. Have You Heard me a ews i J. A. M.INIOK. Ifll seoeiTed hit sew I ipring Steak, targe, wel-ee- S.X leexea ana ei m oee i qeaii,r Mri. a. nailed and iota aa JuBafa weraa ef TWSLVSCBMrsieaa.iT ttlNICI'S. Tkeotceat kind. Mrs. B. got sued Uar's wank ef the Meat kn4 70UBTKKN CBNT IUUAR, AT MIMICK'S Ura. O. sol ens doiler'e verck ml Saa dkaieaal ivy Ol SIXTF.KW C1WT l-mtl, AT MI5IrK'S. Mr. B. saya that ha got She heat euallk ef gnmm RIO COKKBB AT I. A. MIHIOK'S, That he aier drank, aad Mrs. B. safe ake gel the SHEEN TEA AT J. A. MINIOS'8. White efery body ealla (ate some of real euelleat EXCELSIOR SYHlre, AT J. A. MINIOK. Mr. M. aava he purehejvad analf barrel of WHITE riHH ,T J. A i MIHIOK'S. neeldedlyanebeatbeeaeruaed; while ts anealy NO. 1 MAOKEBVjm AT J. A. MISIOR'S. Both tor aiaa aod qiiHi,i , aanool te asaaliad a ibis iy oilier marset. Re invitee all to eaH at ale eetetSStbtaent aad peel bia aloes nl OHOIOE tlRIKP FUtllT, . OOKFKJtS AND TESS. suoaj of ill iistea, And the Iar Real and eeet Tanetv f OrMenea te b. iu the city, uia lare eatauienrneni is o. tae. Vomer of Jtt arises .! JeaTersom Kse. aulST Groceries, &c. Leather Store. Itie NEW LEATHER 8TORE. ADAH WEISOAHTIEH, Iks Third atreet. KEEPH eoDat.nrly un tiand .11 kinds f aueaaaaule: ui,par klo;eair.akiu,anit naoroooo. Aiao, harueaa sad hcell. lea Uat, .Imi. atraliia flu.UUKS, A. , . The kiKheat tmee ID 'eaaa Kald ter Hide, k. I he klgl Leaihar lu 1I11 e roujfh. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Assignment of Generals. Washisotoh, March as.-tieneral Pleasae; a ot j ton has nee a rslieved from the eomroan his cavalry corps, and is ordered to report to tieaeral KuMormus. Oeneral 8vker is order ed to report to General Curtis General New ton is ordered to report to General Sherman. General French is ordered to report at Phila delphia. General Meredith is ordered to report at Caiio, Generals Kickeita (.itibon, and Wadswortb, are ordered to report to General Meade for assignments to command. Oener al Caldwell is rslieved to enable him to act on court martial. General Spinola is ordered to conn-martial. General Grant's first geueral order. It is as follows. ! ! ! I 1 Nonce to employes in the military serv.ee inn mow .ni.c.n.. ..MuUr. h-. ' On Wlltll uuij in inn uiiiitnt ' vice is positively forbidden. All employes of , the Government in this department delected nsing liquor on duty, or conveying it with them on any military road will be dismissed from the service. All alone the railroad from Long liridge to Hrandv station stroni stockades are Deing reoted for the proteeiion of commissary and quartermaster's stores. This does not 'o k much like an abandonment ol mis route to Hiobmond. Httantbaat Hunk. Cincinnati. March 2.j The steamer Alice Dean, hence to Memphis, ran into the hank ten miles below this cily about 9 o'clock last night, and sunk, her bow upon the shore, ana her stern in twelve feet water, tier cargo is being taken off in a damaged condition by the lady riks, and will probably be on by Satur day evening. It is thought that tbe boat can be raised. .No lives lost. Wrecks. Fobt Mohrob, March 25. Tbe dispatch steamer, Fort Jackson arrived this morning from the blockading fleet off Wilmington, and reports a great number of wrecks all along the coast, from Uatteraa to Cape Henry. Spars and pieces of wrecks floating in the wa ter were lound. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. Affairs at Union City. to Cairo. March 25. The enemy is reported being in force near Union City, Tennessee, yesterday morning. General Braymon with a torce ol z.uuu men ana a oatiary 01 artille ry proceeded by railroad to wiih n six miles of Union City, where they learned that Col onel Hawkins, with 4.00U ot tbe Seventh Tennessee Cavalry, had surrendered at eleven o clock A. M , alter repulsing the ronels, wbo aumbered abont 2,000. the mea were a armed and eqmped, and bad recently been paid for over one year's service. The enemy darned what was combustible, about the lorti- fications, and marched off with their prison era. Gen. Brayroan proposes to abandon such out oosts as Hickman and Union City as they are of no use to Federals ond of no value at present to the enemy as means of obtaining supplies. The steamer swan from .New uneans ar rived, having on board 31st and 41 it Illinois, and 77th Ohio veterans from Vickshurg en retis for home on furlough. Gen. Leggett accompanies them. From New Orleans. ot aai Ash; Tibet, aaal ta e( er aeea Leath.r, akoe aad Nkw Yoke, March 26 The steamer Eve nine- Star, from New Orleans the l'Jth; Hava oa 21, passed ihe Yazoo, Matzas, Catawba i . , mi: : : : . I ij.u ana r.rrisou in tae luianiaeiuui im iub t.iiu they ar cart ot Admiral Porter'a fleet and aDDeared off Alexandria, Ia , and demanded its surrender which was complied wiinoui anr onDOsilion. friuners captnrerl at fort lie nussey hare arrived at new Urleans Gen. Banks woald go to the field on th 19th. Gunboat Kirer bad arrived from iialti mere. The irunboat Octora, one of tbs participsn in the attack on Ft, 1'owell arrived at Ne Orleans for repairs. The army ot Westers Louisiana is mount? Lee's cavalry, ths advance has occupied New Ibona. Two our gunboats bad crossed Berwick Bay and Grand i.ake and ascended Gran Biver nearly to Bate a Laroae, which place they reconnoitred. Before reaching B ile Laross they came npon a rebel camp ana opened fire, the rebels ran and tbe ennbosi landed men wno ournea tue lenis ana cam equippage and captured arms and ammun tion et tbe entire torce. Guerrilla, bad made their aDDearanca ths vicinity ol Baton Rouse ind bad aeveral skirmishes with the Fourth Wisconsin mount ed infantry which resulted invariably in ou lavor. Heveral prisoners were takeu. Advioes from Brownvills report no pros- peets of fighting. Hw roads ana loriincauons are neing made. A fleet sf nine French frigates appeared the mouth of lbs Uio Grande and attack Matamoraa expected. Particulars had been received ot the ture of Guadalzara by liberal Mexican forces under Uraia. Twenty-four cannon and prisoners, French and renegade Mexicans were captured Tbe traitor Uegia is at Haa Lius fotosi, with 3,000 men expecting an attack. Paebla ia said to be beaeiged by Liberals and most fall, the invaders having "no rain loroemeats lliat can reach tnere in time aid tbe garrison. Vidaarri baa positively declared lor French, and Cortiuas and Doblads with strong force are starching to attack and the former from Matamoraa and tbe from Bantillo. Tbe Liberal cause is in. The eaotiire of Alexandria occurred the 16th day after the capture of Fort Kussey. Lea a forces had a fight al New Italia pursued the enemy across Vermillion 19 mile.. Geo. Hann resigned bis connection ih. 7Vti litlta to N. R. Fit-jh. The Free Stats Executive adopted the lowiog resolution; Retohtd, That the Free State Party uncompromisingly apposed to assuming contracted by Stale of Lnuisiaiia wbils under rebel domination h.r the purpose of carry on war against the United biates. From New Orleans. The whole Militia of the North to be Called into Service. New Yoax. March 26. Tbe ths following: It is niDOred that the militia of North .ii to ha called into service for s.x months to . ,.h ,, .u;,.,. ssl.ot to cooi- - uiruiv. f.l Biu-lv, Congressional Matters. Wasbikotok, March 24. The JTiiaes dis natph iiitvs: . The Senate confirmed Lieutenant II. Jajne of ih Filth Illinois Cavalry; Firt I.ieulen i ant Henrv C. Kobinett of the First Cniied Stales Infantry to he Aids to General Mi' Clernand. LrsiVwood Todd and Naihan ' A. Kicliard son of Illiaaia to he conunissioners of subsie- ijne with ra-k of Csutxiu The President to-day dismissed Colonel V 1 1 ora or jveniucsy irom ihv umwu ,ni:n (nrm,iimfi, expressed at his sword presentation in lientajky. by T i If Dayton Market. DAYTON, March 26. 1 HAR9HMANS FLOUK Ked whe wholesale 00, retail 6 60. WHEAT 1 15Q1 13. COKN 7i ' kHKLLED 75. OATs 68. RYE 1 I0d 15 BAKLKT 1 20. COFFEE :tt)(u3H. SUGAR 15(SUG. i:0GH 15lper dor.. WHISKY B0. OHKESK 1MT. IUUKO PEACHES 1673)111. LlKlEl) APPLES 9(12. 11EANS Per bushel 2 50(:1 00. HAY Timothy $2i12J per ton. TKAS $1 oncjl 60. ' KICK Hf a) 10 per lb. BUTTER 85 " LAR0 12($1S. ' New York Market. NEW YORK, March 26. Cottok Quiet and steady and upward ten rinnra at 7Bru77. . V FLOUR A Shade tinner, at uoyyo u for extra Stale, llonnd Hoop Ohio 7 t - ... . . ..... . , - t. i r. i H'uciT l.lufullll tUlcago nprtng t,ut (1,62 Milwaukee Club; 1,671,70 Winter Ked. Cob Very quiet and steady at Jl(.i).il4 for store. . - Oats In very fair demand and steady at 90(91. . - - ' Pore Unchanged and dull at Bkkp. Firm and steady. Hottkr 40. . , Cut Mrat& Firm. Lard A shade firmer. 13CalS. Whisky Firmer and unsettled, at 88 (or State; 90 Western. Pktroi, Km Firmer, 30 Crude; 41 rehued Bond, 55(59 Free. Htw Xore, March Zi atocEs irreg loains firmer. Money seven per cent Ster, ine- auiet and steady at, 74. liold bt 5.20 Cnnnnns 106. S's 65 Coupons 111 One year certificates Hif. New lork Central l.ibj ... a, ,M n. ir Mi oca u f- 1 r.ne ct iiv. ' xveaumt jut. t. . u. x. 23 Dry Goods. JOHN "W. DARST, UUCCSaSOK TO THE I.ATE JAMES PSRR1NK. o(T on DRY OOODB o a. m u:t: AND GrEOOlSRIBS. Mortk.a.t eraier eomi aV JelTer.ok at. . w w. niHST. lmn Mala lreet, noU w.. r.t.nj. .nH nu.uim.ni. and thou el the late Jamet Perrine. that he haa purahaaed the eld end i, i ........ .... a -,,nj nf Mr Perrine. on the norner ef Second and Jellersoa aireeta, to whioh he Saa removed. He will See. e. nana large aaaortea .tool, el DRY GOODS, . . CARPETS, OROCERIES, A.C,! a. .-. II esu.. -1,1 rVistnalsi tvn.l piiatOkuerl of Mf. ler nne, aud ( Jaka W. Darat, ar reap atinlij licitiri tacatl on - - - JOHN W. DARST, MSdawo W. tt. earner Second and JanVreen. Notices. TOO to tne a drive latter NOTICE.' TA. WALTERS haa dinpoaea of ni arujr: iwa( , etn., to Jm B. Wa'tera. The old huina will battiea ny iuinrtN ium wur., "- "lil n...sk ear w.iiaraA KeUo will b continued for the present. mallMS NOTICE TO BRIDOIS BUILDERS. KALED propoaal. lor th. bslldlns or a tiriu.e aeroaa stilloaier, near Harriawirg, win m re. , soul Selurday April s, lsut. al the l onely Auditor ,,HI... -,..r. nl.n. .nd .llMlllltlatlOlia ItWT OO .eeo. TheCoontv ltnuti.Meuara reaerre ive n.ui r.tau,.ru.d.. .. Auditor Montaomery Ouuul, Ohio Dayton, kUroe ID, lSoaieallJUwii Clothing. De and Bayou with fol: is debts NEW GOODS HBMHT MILL ICR, MERCHANT TAILOR ......sAUBtiiimiin rvD n'UIBn JKIPVR&lllH lBIU" Btiuvniwiw-. - w T I AB luat rewvd hia Block of pnns; and lommM XI. Oooda.oouipriaiog all th nee atylea oi Cloths, Casslniercs & Vestlngs, Wblek ke will nek up to order Ik 111 ke ,B-- HENKT MILLM. Hair Restorer. ONLY OKSSIHt ' HAIR RESTORER! DISKASES OF THK SALP. THK akilt oflhamadifal (Vulty In treanu aiaean of the eealn ba ia a iroriiy ef cawen, betn 11 ry thie, tne divh p"nrir uiehhsj wi ao s.uu. frame. It i oio he won-lrel at, a It r 'qutr-m ureal deep r aearcta and a earehil mvenntiou ol thecatia whtfh protuoa th dmwa. Unlsn the cwie i. dieoTr'd, it n an otter imo it ihty ti Pate the de and eneoi a aerme'ieni cur. Iiaeaie of th wnln ae been anmoiiiH'ed laouraMa t'iinm f th tae-teesvivei phyeWiaaa. 1 have ! TOiea , KAHH OP BTUDI thia aacaliar nart f th hnnun frame, antl I am TDK UN LT HKMKDV ttafaraa known, taut waul I perrwiaB.ty eredirat (It loathsarua anteanes at laa (. ., SALT RHRUM, HOALn H K A , And other eiiianeone die-eaei, ! retlera tlte hur to Ihoca who hee beoome bald. Te anak goad the aaaartien, I will forfeit 'FITS II (INDUED DOLLARS ; I (ail t cure the wort ia-ea of Heed flfjalpfl of the lonveet eienuiag wnn iu ONt.YtiBNVINE HAIH RESTORER. Hefld Ihe ntllowinr ALIIRT, l"W I nets, pttni IirMwMi: Tw vaara an niv aonlii tnwRmt diiieawnd.and my hur fommene-d to tall eat tery faet. Tee di ! apread until mr ea wae a complet tiore. It bet-win wv painful; uiy reet at nip hi we broken; the bitrnnifl; and ibMiing ffnArinoa waa uiiam pnnaMo; 1 would apply remedy after remedy, but only momentary reih f 1 conanltJ aeveral phyw eiaue f thin HtT. 1 w Informed by them that the diieaitewith wh'wh my mlp waa atlwrted waa tbe Hi.lt Kh um. anil tiiai ineyeouiu not vnu um. i rwi yonr kvlTertineineni ana auciutini i cohiqh jttu. Von aahiired me tiiat you would eradiata the dieeaew and re-Ure m hair, whinh hd brore very thin. With that fUMi'Mirfe I piweu meji in your nanue, andtheremiHaare, ( I av a luxurtvit head of liair; my tvalp tt oerfefttr welt, and y hair haa eeaaed to tail out. Kefitect ully yonr, Mas Haah Uoqi.v. Ho. i;t nom rean Mre-i. It i fart acknowledft-pd hy all wh have need the Hair Kantorer, and their nume ia Legmn, that tt la THK ONLY PRKPARATION That would ede'otuaMy and permanently rettora th (iir oi luoaewnoavrsi nia,swnq prevrai THK B AIR FROM KALLIM9 Orr. Th lame aud rariidlv inoreaxint vale f Reatrativo la the atrniiKe-t evi lenoa f the man told beoeiJii it i coalerring upon THE HUM AH FAMILY. The ponfldeno of f ha puhh hat been obtained, and the all unit a .uueuug to ita km ritaad faat aupuri onty .it r, u t; ii i u Tmxj V'r.H niiU rniiinnniiui's v.ver intrhtlure). I do not reooramt ni mv Drenara- hon toatif hair to urow mx left in trebly m mauy month, a n na aiinple impoetioility. and totally la oonMintent with the lawaof Nature. T thoe who ar skeptical or incredulous, I will man a iiena niie otter: I will forfeit i,eoo (One Thousand Dollarn) If I fail l cure IU wetat case of partial tMun, under nfteen years' l aiiJ - id it, with lUL L I VfAn A as nam a.o i "lil.ui Thia wamlerful remedy i ild by drueaitta gener ally r IUUil Untuuiai ii.tn iitji uui ii EiEkv If OK IT. ) : : . N.B. Cure kuaranteed in every cay where tl di rections for i e areimpliriily obeyed. Pi it-e. SI per l-ottie, or hi bolt tea r r. PKF H. . IK Ml'NN, Bui Proprietor, N. OrntisrM street. ftlIlT ' Albany. New York. City Notices. N' foilOl NOTH K TO ALL W HOM IT MAI (0 KKX OTICK ia hereby given that there ar mw pea ing belore thttUlty lourx-u oi luai-uyoi uaviuti.uie lowiiiifOidinniit'eM. lu-U: to unvie. uravel, riirb and ifiitter the north aid of Third atreet enntol Meckel mret. Tu gratia and improve naa River iireet irom rum i ttie ban I a reel. In nitrru noe to the law Haiti Ordttiaucea were twioa real, laidou tlieUblf.ntnl ihe Clerk i atru(!iedtojia roiirweeifA notiee ol ttie pemlaney of the hlne. The 'w re'ii all Haima for ilstiiiauea thnt ma. arcrtierrom HNid inipniTenifiiiH to be hied In wr tnikf with the Citv I rk, wetting forth the amount of dam Rkoe flniutrHl, a; nil in two weeki aitirthe expiration ot the tune re)ii ueti ior ine puuiit-nimn ji auuii omire. when ihe aame will be uken up lor haal action. iiiri.VMw antmhwi eiisiMh,;iiy;ienr. NOTH K TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COIUKKX NO I U'K it hereby f(iven that liter ar now peiidinx btvfore th tliy 0iim il of th titty of lmuu, Um IollOWlUK-'roluaiHH, io-wii: Im uraiie, kjraei Oiiru ami ihmt ry -a i siru stri-ei etween Council afreet and the Wef-iem I.evee. To (trade, if ravel, curb anil ifiitmr rhillum atret t ue- twen rtfoud and Third atr .tu. In pur nuance, to ihe !bw sent (irunianeepi w.e twic reail, laid on th table, and ihe Clerk tutructdtogiv four week' nonce of the pendancy of the tame. The aw require an f iamiM tor UHinaifea ina may accrue from aaid iniproveineiita to U- hied i writimj nth tt. City (Jiei r-, aeitinu lortn me auiouni oi uaiu- HtAH claimed, within two wetk alter the eniiirauon ol tb tune r-otured for the publication of nut b ilttic. j when thti MAin will be tuken up nr html arimn. re I I'M AKitumi niF.rniiPi- toys. tern. Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. klfyTW of uatiu.lion between'& Af J At rva reKtnarlT lurin. Ike .eaaon . of naviualion between ih. .lMve named porta, thetellewins Srat-elaa. fterew ateamera: 0WKOO .... .CapUio H. Bryant, PORTSMOUTH Captain J.W.TraTera, OUSUMAN.. Captain J. M. Lawia. Oonneckng with Ihe Erie Railway al B.ttalo ter .11 poiute iu the r.uat. The attention of aki.pera ia invited to tke annerlor fkeilitiea .tiered by tine line. Kor freight or paaaaM apply to HKTU CALDWELL, Anenlal butlalo. L. W.OSBOKN, Agent alBao.iu.ky. j. M. unniinr., n.e'l rrel.hl . a h (1 II f.T.a Erie Railway Steamboat Co. Trunks, &c. SEW TKIXK IMAMFACTORT. O. II. LOWE. As.nt. KO. S7J T11IR11 STKKF.T, PAVTuN. OHIO, ONE DOOR W&ST or LAUUW'S MAKHLK YARD. WE would moat ranpactnilly inforra th itiaeia of liayton and th public in seneial ttiat we have opened a Trunk mauu'actory, a her we will kepn hand all kinna of Trunkx, Valine p. CarpAl and Travelttitf Baa, all of whieh we will aell atwhnlr al or retail a uheap aa auy hoiiNe in the- eitv. (Particular attention pai to rapainng ttl Trtiaira. A ahare of pa nonage eolicite". idtl For Sale. a v Splendid Farm for Kale OH E-HALF MIL! r KUM MIAMIBBVBU. TH R underaigned will aell at private aal atweeo now and ii. limt dav of April aext, th wt-ll known rami ueiontnnf t tna mmm oi rnmp a, uei lurt. de4eaad, ontainiuK uua hundred aud forty neve, acre. Faid fcrin haa upoa it two dwelliutf Uouaea one a largaeommodiuua br uk; aleto.baru aitd sithnr nweranary out-buililiUKM- 'I'll aiill ia ot the iri'bt siualiiy, pnustipaliv bwttoui land, and haa alao a a uw lot of timiMT, 'l enui reaauuevbla. luiiuir 1 1 1 be aubavribeia iu Miuaiburji. b iUUHL. tir nilAKTt laAAO MBMINOKK, r2Tuiww fritrutor. A Country Bcslilenee for Kale. A UEHIRABLFI Aotmtry raidettct with Hnaen I J aorea of uod land, lying on mile north of ley Ion, Oil ine cm 1 roj roau, in umrexi pn vet mmx: 'I her ia a large and eomfortable tram houa, and good outbuilding, on th laadt mm it hard of nn g rulled apple, pear and peach trevm a lerr aaaurt- mem Ol evirawonrrT f ip"i ui intj t iismi, nmw mumay 1 .,,,1 PrnhHri iarittea: alao. about thrasa airaa of vuunif , ,uttlKMi fu. mum uurDoaiw. Anv ieraua da" i inu- t(J urchaee are retreated to call aud eiamiu th property l- r tbeuiaeivea.aa tit propnwtor ia ctn ddetit that it alll bear uipvUo. Alao, leu and a halt ecree ot tmirMi tana, tvur !. milea noth f lavtua. near th eld Troy road. uotftdewU JAM M HMVOr.