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Bplre Building IK Main Street. PAIXY piais. week. (.pay-1" to Currier-,) ........ aaii r ananin.iuedvMico,.... Sy Wail jpr anaun OS WKKK LT BMPIRK. gaeconyp"-r annum,.... ...- J ofhe Bn'iniciroulatasfree of pottage in Mont. goiBMy county. 1'ayinenilnndTaiicein allote.-ei JOB PBINTINQ Ot every deacriptioo, executed o Steam Prei.ei.ta A OeM etyle, and at reeeonai-le pnoea. Professional Cards. , . , ,, KL.IUU THOMPSON, , . ATTORNEY -AT - LAV , . . AND NOTAKY PUBLIC, WILL UUXKl lo bannai. entroeted to him with dilUr.ii-e, proinplueiii aodoare. OrHcein Uor. m.tn-s8iillin,-, South of Odlln Chill's i offlce, ia Ilia room ooounied bjr T. 0. Low.. , .miUWdsmtwiy WlliMBK H. BKLVILLE, i 'ATTOBITBTr-AT-LAW, .WWK.08W.. . ... I orrlOB-rl.. S Vnn .tract, noarly opposite the Uourl fli-a.a.ovor lk,e.-y da Btere 01 jonn . Be.eoerry. ODLIN OAHILL, Attorneys & Counselors at Law OnmM'a Boliaiuf, Third etr.et, I .. MMMTtf BATT0N, OHIO. ., - , ! TeenaeJ.S Hair. P. P. 0rr. M1TH coppr, ! ATTOBJIEll.iT.tAWi '.",''.';' attn, am. '! rrlft-(nt,x( Building, Thirds!. i" JAMES H. BAOGOTT, , , ... (Lete Probate Judge.) . ATTOBNHY-AT-LAW, rrlOB eooond alery Phillip' Bunding, corner Seeond and M tin elroelt; eppoute tae rreiiKiie ltoi .ouoe, Dayton, Ohio. jaAdawlm Ur, WILLIAM EGBY, PHYS1CIA5 AXD SCRGEOSi o FflOB Third street, oppo.it. th. Public SUre, Dayton, Vine. Attorney and Counselor at taw ,'' ...i bellefomaibb. ohio, ...... ,-ttrai att.bj pr.-lly t. alt hii.ine.a anlr.ulW f ip bus .are. . . , uwwi e., W. B00.' w ' 4 J '-- - JQBBA.M'BABOS nOCK MeHAHOS, AT TORSETI -AT- IAW OPlriCB NO. M. THIRD SjT.EIT, DAYTON. ' Root heretoiore occupied by I. A. Mottehon, firat .door eett of tba M. K- Oluu-oh near Main at. auiadly THOMAS O. LOWK, ATTORNEY AT LAW DAYTON, OHIO. WILL giro prompt attantion ta all ba.Ui.ea an truited to hit car. Orfltm in Uormtn'a Building, Third ttieet. " a19y Da. VHARLKI B- al. HOSDKB, I EBOFB-tSOB of Anolant and Modem lnrijt vie- Ltltn, UraeK. Pr.nch, Suantek, Oarmtn, and rtiah. continue, teaching ladiaa and gentlemen '.b ratidsBoa of hia raapautir scholars, and at hit awn omoo, Pecker. Bunding, ho. j... autmmm -ret - A. G. SULLIVAN, w PAP E R HANGER ' Kdoac in rosTOFrroB building, ko. u.sko- Hardware. al.-.--l-lAIH BKAOIMI, ' - . Daalel IB ' Cooper Tools, Hardware, &c t( Hit Third itrest. j , Tf SING rwtiol roohni, I kaow what kind J 1VjI mt)-hui nnd, and Mlttta stock ip wit timir irnan. ''ail ; , u ;a EC A. K 33 W A. It 33 EEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Tha nndrii(iad ara daily racaiylng goada pur. Bbaaad tUM ia.viu aan raw, tik .....,.. .. ; Mechanic's Tools, ! Builder's Ilardwar, ? ,10.. ..-. .... .. .. . . . . - Cabinet Hardware, t.f , Farming Tools, ' TABLE AND POCKET IITLERV, & H Cut Circular Saw, With all othai Oaodtin tha Hardwara tina, which w ara prepared to tall at law at any houto Kaat 01 Weal Cfcll an4 axamina.our atak before puruhaeing ale where, .,,,,),.,,. a'J6dwtj( , . ' AKCtBSON DOBBINS. Co=partnership. -,-r-r- OO-PAKTNKHSHIH 3ia irafJerirljmed have (hit dnt fbrmrd I re pnrt nAmhi -uuief lk Mine And firm of BR KEN B A iXON, (or tl-m purpoew of trttDtuig a WhuloiiBVle nod tietctl tf othlur tmd Mmhut Tilormg Butu, th olit Aland ofW. G. Brttt06, M Mirt rlreot, op pQit (rh0oan House, where tbay wnuld bn pleased to hm tt. oid friends of th bouo. and nuny nw onaa an may favor iKein with r , . WILLIAM G BRKKNI. i J""- : " 1 ANDREW 0. NJXO. 1 11 tay4on, Fehraaryl . l804-felldHwl Linimentum. TTORIBI Of the SINETEKKTH CSXTIUT. OR. K. COIWAT'I 1 1ST I M E 1ST T 17 M yorthtapdyandnoiualoarof TEL 3EX B XT M -A- T I J3 If prantmglh MLinimantun to tha public a- oaf wio ibbh Mm uiuvt cunmfj iDHii('fna i da. I doaoi wthio W undtirstttod a clwoitD for it ilia power of perionntng unhMxd of our, btit 1 4o claim inat rnr an tna purpont or a r amili LlNIMIfiUT, U htiu equal. Tba Liniuantuoi' Hrer been Riown ta Fall; In any eta f Bhaamatitrria mttur f how Ion tntii at. whoN tKe diractioaa wre carMllr follow il, dot, .naaou, in tk oaM any diaoa for wrueh U l raotertunabdad. ta aaaaa ol ntMiralcIa, pfttna In las back, ida, and haal.oraiBpa id ta tomaih( apimloa, aplnal irrt'a lion aai wAkt net. ohrwnio avraa, burua, acalda, Iro- d faat and tiaaa, UoUuoha baadaoha. 4u ,a a lata aonena, Tha "Litiimantona la tha result of many yaara MTMtvrkij xpf4ment. ftcd eoubitvfta avttfi ilf rare AM EITRA-ORUfNART PENETRATIVE ; . V, . POWER, " Wtoieb no other Liniment poeeeaeee, and whkh la tha aeoret of Ibe unparalleled auftceee which meet tha .'Lininheoium ' wheravarit la weed. TUT IT ONCB, 4Nt voir WILL RKVSS PK WITBUUX If. , It la put up In ta sent, ta eant, and 91 borllea, with tnii dUeuLUMta tin una, and nianulaMtuivd only by . . Ut . . 'JO N a , Pi ofmetoi . J mo. aav liuruat.. iiajlua. Ulilft Per eoie ey mereieM acd Unieaula afgrwBana. VOL. I. DAYTON, OHIO : 310NDAY, APRIL 18, 1864. J'JI!. l.Mi...U.XI'JyL. ifjs, (fWH VfW'iMlf VL'V" .'.1 -J 1L K r f rt. v; fry i ft tvt ' ' NO. 208 Medical. CR. ROEACK'S BTOSIACH BITTERS ' aEB0T , TO BE EXCELLED ITOMAOHIO Regulator DIGESTIVE ORCASi vo.W. cut aW, vW. ; Ot X , YtiJuXoAo w..TSvox 6av.c VWe, W, 5OT a Voft VVvac, vucv vAea cm. avVveXc SovacV. aX Vcvs, voiey Vvwwc, oiy. a JBilioua Fever, . . , Fever and jlgue, ; Liver Complaint, (Dyspepsia, Indigestion, . aundioe, '. ' '. Kidney Oomplainta, wA. o. OAt.to.tt a 'vwv- oIyc &ov&,tbTe6t o tarci Vxe.Yoa uyCvcvv vo.Vt ,e-vcv OtY,Vv.XtOOY wvatYverXO.. ftomok,ct "BVWw OL.,ve.rooY vtvottv vciotw Iy. "BkoWcVa o.y, W VvcVv tx,atv, VioV ac o.vt,dt CowwS0 " ; v vYtt.ooYoA., e ow o.YiV Dy. TStoWV VU. ' "Dy. TLoWcVa Olt, V, 8o.OAtY, "?YV,Y,iV, bv .y . ,(vxt1 TSvaYYWa, t)T.,YVY "BeWwva.- S7mm ittr arw tut up (uev bottio, of whioh th above U aao timiU. Tht labl U Jlnly ,n gravd, and U prvvidi with f to4- guard from oounUrflitr. Vto $1 ptr bottU, cp for $( O. W. J(obaoh, (PtreprUtor, Jf. 9 East Fourth Btrt, Ctnainnati, to ' whom all order mhould b ad ' &raad. ... ' , , FOR SALE BY Wm Wentthefl ran W W (tewarl, Baytani Georee veyer. eiianiiwDra j aloe a w.r. linioa: J 1 auder- aon.Ceutenrille; EVt.. Mew Lelatka: H Jaokeea. ChaiillM.rtiiUrtfi I K heiiar. Mkrri&li.u: D H Oiwine. .luhntvil); Arnold Limlrt, Aouth Arllnatoni Jaoob omtr, weei rteiumore; J MoeaieB tie. uerouuiiowni J W Murply, VaniUha; B Nieaola. I.ibartr; L Heee, rarmerevuieiilevertinftB Herr.BaUmiJ W Pyrmoat, UllllKlDt A Bwanel. Weil H.lli,ijori Petker. Bra. 4iMiaU) UltvtijetAmk Ik Uwua j asd 0iadea. Medical. Skirts. LOOK OUT FOR THE GIANT SKELETON. HOOP SKIRT FACTORY AT StT, 8B0OND BT., BIT. MAIN AND LODLOW We pay partieular attantion te tha qnality of oar material and uae only the beat Knclith eteel. We repuirall the akirta which we ae ltwithot extra oharge. - em.Onr ratai department ta In aharge of competent inaiee. uoreete ana spiral nuiuaa conLaiitiy on hand. A WAI.DMAN. Bold wholeaala and retail at No. J'JI Heooad tirnet. vtyton. jatdly , wMa . A" i m r ; i.'J -a if if yv& it U i -s iA A 3Z i :, -'t 3 f r ; Insurance. The Best is the Cheapest. IN8UBB WITU THB tsa ixsubake; compaxy, HARTFORD, OONN. 1. '1KB AND INLAND NAVIOVTION BISKS ae. oepied, now at heretofore, at lair rate, and liberal ' onndiupne. A, BUBINKSB COHDBCTKD with oonttant ditpatoh and aruracy. I. L0S8E8 ALWAYS MIT with romptneaa and complete juawoe. .; NBT ABBS'i'B JANUARY, Uut, Sb.oob.oqo a o. t. THE PLAN AND ORGAN IZA I ION of the xKtna. after fony-flre year, aevere trial, haa reel I ted the .... greateal puolio auvaolaxe and aucoeiia or the va rioua ayatema of Fire luHuranue In tha oonntry It la nnw bf tter than ever nreuared for dutT. t. 8IXTBB5 TMOUBAND I.OtlH iLalMg hire been .. Battled and pud. SiJUJCGN M1LLIUSB Oi ' DOLLABBI . THB OON8UMPTI0K OP PROPERTY BT PIBB in the United dtatet, areragee orer $100,1100 duly It jrour praperty expoaed and unprotected! T. ARB TOO INhUHHUt If not. wmt not? Theoon la trifliog; the dnty ia manileat; tbereeultmart e your edcape from ruin while delay and nexle ' may tayotve you In bankruptcy, povrty or oni 1 ' diaannointment. I. PAUrtoULAK ATTENTION and regard la gives, to amall riaka at well a . large onea. Able a court ly and auperior commercial adrantagea allorded. Policies iBBued vrlttaout Delay. faMdly JOHN H. 8T0PPKLMAN, "Agent The FARMERS' & SIERCUANTS' INSURANCE COMPANY or DAYTON, OHIO. OPF1E NO. MAIN STREET, OPPOSITB TIB COUBT HOUBB. CAPITAL STOCK.. 100,000 Thia Cameany offara aiinerlor indncementa to all pereene desiring property inaurcd. Fire and Marine riaka ara taken on all inauraUa property upon tha BOARD OP DIRECTORS : Alfred Predon, Emanuel Shulta, John H Wintert. Aut Kuhna, Jiok II. Olwin. R D. llarahman, ..a. treaiciey, at. n. uarat, 'Da urawlord. KBDbEN D. UAR3BMAN,Preidenl. n. Xf. Waai,ar. Heretarr. M ifltn Shirts. DEMOORATIO SHIRT MANUFACTORY RALPH O. MoCRAOKEN, TTVKALER la fine Linen., both Irian and Ouiui XJ and aentlemon'a furuiaking Ueoda; Hoeiery ol all kinde. ' ' Fine Linen made tw order. y Daeaaurament, and a Paper Pattern, out. .... H0. JTBST POtlRTH STBPKT, 0PP08IT8 THB BlttrbB WUH UtL,U DANil. jMlSd3 Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Erie Railway Steamboat Co. ILL ran regularly th above named ttoru.m' ttiofvllowiog hrat-oiaaa aoraw ataamarai OWIflO ....w..M.CaotaJn ft. Irrant. r) HT8 MOUTnH HH.Cap ul a 4 , W . f ra? ore. 0UbUMAN.... m Uaptiun i. M. Lewis OonnsMtins with (ha Br lUUlw at Buflala for all potnta in tha East. The attention of aKppara lainvftad loth taperior vnihtiea tie red by this Una. For fraisjht or pasaga L. W.OSBOKN, Agent at Baoduaky. J. M. OnBOBN, a AanM FraiBht Af'L l.n.0.R. U. baytoa. Transportation. Trunks, &c. SEW TSUSX. JLICrACTOKY. O. H. LOWK. Aflcaut. B"0. n TOfRD STHfc-ET, ItAYTON, OHIO, 0MB iHniia w an va lsww a hikdli iaku "ttrjl would moat reapaotfully Inferm tha eitiaaas Tf or iavcon ana tn paotio ia genet al thai w haTaooanea a Trunk manufautorve whara wa will keep oa I mod all kmda of Trucks, Valise, Carpal ana Traveune; Mtmgm, aii of wmca wa win aeiiatwaoir e or retail a cheap as any houwe ia the eitv. Particular attention paid to rpairiag aid f run he. a BUSBI-ei SBIWMHIV WllDltWU. aMH Upholstery. L A OHABU.KB HIICHBI, GENERAL IFUULSTERER, OHIO BLOOB, THIRD i)TBRRT(lll urTBLL' OLD BTAND) tIAITON, OHIO. A LL kind, of Dphol.tenoi.auok aa Solaa.Ohtirt Btoota. MatraeMee.Acdonetoorder. Carueueut aud Sued, windowourtaina buuj and all kinde of re Cane, done at tbaeherteet uouueaud atoal raaeoaa e terme. JtVaremaa Mayey IBaanea and Barney, Parker vw. awie Groceries, &c. m. O'Bann. M.aVBaiiK. BDWARD O'URlBIf an BROTHER, WHOLESALE GROCERS Atra taiPOBTBfu BrnndlM. Winn, Olna. oifrars, and Irlala anu aeetea v niaKrt AM DliLIU 11 Dotf itlc Wlae and Liquors. IU, Agf.a for 8 ale of PareBoarbon WhUfcy. Ha. tM Haoond airaH, Pay too. Ohio, BKG laaTamoatraapeoftnrflTtoaeqnaintthnir rua tomem and tha eommumt aanMrttliv. lIulL ihH haTa ntred mi partnership, uit'ler tha name and style of B, O'HKl kN 4k HKOlHKH. for tha nurtron. of oarrymn on tha wholaaaia grocery, liquor, v,wr uu BuiaivniBw iiBiiuaiBi m ifijiuDt umoi a. am lava auuid of B. (t'Bnen. No. t Htoond aLrot. B Yirtf ample meani ta enable ns t : purchase Roods from the best housea in New York, Haltnnnrn and Philadelphia, and havlnK had flfleen yeara' exrwrienoe in the trade, we hold oni the heal indiifmnt tn nut old ouatomera and -II others who may be kind euougb M-'I'HKIIN. I (tie of tha firm of n'Wri.n h 9ism Toledo, Ohio, will devote his time and attention to Eiaaseaii inoae wn mar norne to uy at this w?ll nown Houae.nad K. O'BHI K, will trpal the nom munity b-ttr, if possible, th n evr before. Uth of uafee' very rptffiil for paatfaTora.and earn-tly so lioita ahara of your future patronage, aulwdaw m J. B. GILBERT at CO., Wholeaala dealera In FORBION AND DOMESTIC GROCERIES & LIQUORS NOS. Tt AND T 8EPP P.RS0N BTRSKT, 0PP"SITl WAtttt.'1-!- HJUH. aullly Grocery and Trovision Store. ANTHONY WOHL No. 16 MABKET STREET, HAS a (rood supply of all kindaof the best Family Uro'enes and Pronaiona. swh aa Hour- nt meal; oorn meJ;driai fruits; tiimi; dried boaf; fish; Limhu wr ohaese; Holland hernnv: seat VtrT.ei sufrar; aHpi a; alnrea; tobatwo; snuff, An. Alao, queenaware; yallowware; willow baaklat and, In fattt, vary artiala aodad by lamili a. aulttdetra N32W GROCERY PROVISION STORE. NO. 1ST FIFTH STBRKT, DICKEY'S BLOCK. STOCK NEW AND FR1J8H. 0 ODNTRT prodaoe taken la aiekatige forOrooarlea oc3dlmaw6m JOHN BIBREL. Affent, ' Millinery. TO SIILLIXERS & MERCHANTS. DBVOI CO., SI A U PBABL ST., waeLBaaaa millBerr Oaoala Oloaki ahb Sbawl, Ciwoiati, Pall, MSI. WB ara now prepared to offer for your In.p ellon a lame and eleirant .toek nf ni.ua. ohildrau'aatraw.fur.uiu.h and felt H T8 AND DONNETS, RIBBONS. FLOWERH. VrATHEHU. Laces,IIead Dresses Dcltlngs &c including erery deaonption of NIliIiINERT GOODS. Our facilitlea for mannlkctifrlna ' Cloaks.Sacques.Mantilas From all the new rkhriAu. stpai ni-.h kat them lower than you oan gat them elsewhere. Our eiuuB i FA. Hi Hi HIT AWT. n vompnse at wa nuremes in both roreivn and domes Olir htlValP Katltlflf r-nnilanlln I. Vaa. VA.1. offer all Goods in our line at lowest market prices (or Oaah. A call, before parohaa,Ds: aleea?.. bbbB mviiM svea pan trull y, PEVOn , CO., " MadMPearl atreet, rWinn.t1 Hotels. UNITED STATES HOTEL BEACH STREET, BOSTON. (Dfraetlf apposite tha Boston and Worcester Bal road lMt.) npRS aadera'sroed, who han been ennnectod with the X American tiouae, in tnta city, for over nine yeara, haa led thia well-kaown and popular Hotel for a term of yews, and pledge him elf to his trtnda and ne puaiic to urw nn ixn.oei anuria us sutiain tne rrp utiOtonvf Use NITED STATiiti HOTKL.aa a first. olaaa botiaa Tha public may rely upoa finding, at thw houe, all tba appliances and ooniforta of a nraV Olasa hotel. Price, aa Mratolora, Twa Dollars per da. rwdm PRANK m PRATT. Clothing. N 33; W GOODS. HBIBtBIV B1LLBB, 313HamJTT TAILOR., HUSTON BOILDIHO.OOR. THIRD JEFPEBBON, II An jutt reoeived hit stock of Sprinxand Summer tiooda, oompriaing all tba aew atylta of Cloths, Cassloicres & Vestlngs, Which he will make ap la order In tha beat style. Call ami give uae a ma. maiOiUia HKN&Y MILLER. Clothing. Dyeing House. DYCINC HOUSE. NO. fta, ST. CLAIB. BET. FOURTH 4 FIFTH. L aw ton. Ohio. rlM BndrairDi luforaas the poU thai he ia a praettoal djar, and hasaalt.'lished a dye houee at aitof e piate, and ia now prepared bo color all kinde of Hilda, Suuus, KibboDS, Weotefi and Oouoa (sooda any color that may be desired. id rease and aUi n ram o ? ad from all kind e o f fa brtca. Ba warrajBta to Aaish alJ avoda ta a anaaaar ta aiva aanahtotioa, hatinn all ertialee aaoaaaary to parwrm feje won im um oeev pbmiwp m jtm, aula UXHsj ARN WIBflF.Ni Leather Store. NEW LEATHER STORE. ADAM WK1MU ARTBKR, IX Third atiwei, TrBBPS anateatly ea Bead all kind, ef Leather. fY ouehaaeola; Uperi kip; ealf-.kia.and niuroeco. Aeo, harneaa and bridla lea tieri alt&e ekirtiug; aho. ge, A a. a. ea. he higheet prlea la eaefc paid fcr Hidee and em.1h. tua yvuaat. n.ira The Battle Field of Seven Pines. [From the Richmond Enquirer.] A correspondent, who look a trip on th York River railroad during the lute, tears in that oity, given I lie following picture of the old battle field of "Seyen Pine. :" There waa really much of interest to the Writer in thii little trip. After . paaaing through the picturesque and knolly country on thia aide of Richmond, with here and there a eras: of fortiHcatiom with it, black andaat- hKeguna relieved (iguinit the-ky, th, road lead, into the low and sombre field, which border the Chickehominj. Here it akirta the lauiout battle field of "Seven Pinea ;" and hers were a hundred objecta of interest to one who for the firat time , aince the day when they were veiled iu the . imoke. viaited thia gloriou, locality, Ihe battle held atretchet on both aide, of the railrond, with a fringe of low timber form ing a melancholy border. The field, looka deaolate enongh. Its furze is probably yet stained whs blood, and tha oncolbned bones of men are mingled everywhere with iu soil. We were shown the points where the firs of the battle bad been concentrated. At one of these fourteen marks ol makiry fire wars' counted in a tree not much thicker than a man's thigh. In a little bottom near by Mr Mctnrhuid related that not less than 200 dtud Yunkeea were found after the Battle, packed in their gor. Home weeks ago a man driving a plow over thia part of th, field, ran ua point into me oeit ol a dead xankee, and resurrected very summarily some portion ol hi, remains. But more interesting than the ghastly iu venire of carnage, wer, the yet visible marks of ibe immense destruction of store, by ths en my. Mountains of provisions wer, burned here, and there are vet to bo seen along the roud apolB black with the charred remain, of coHue. For day, after ihe battle vaat spoils, utterly ancared for by our- authorities, wxre left to whoever chose to gather them.. .The oltioera of the railroad were to conacientiou, to anticipate the government in the appropri ation ol anything, and to the apoil, wars left to indiacriminate plunder. Tba employee, had no hesitation in picking op wait, imme diately on the road, and they ara said to have thus gathered pork and bread, strsw along th, track by the fugitive Yankees, to feed themselves for several months. j We were shown a little white eabis off the road, near where Johnston feseived kit niemL orable wouud. Also, another object of inter est, MeClellan'a headquarters, a rickettr. Weather colored farm house. "L)o yon kiiowl" said a gentleman, 'when MoClellan waa faerS the telegraph line was in complete working order from Richmond to the White House, and any spy might have come ont of tba oity, tapped it with an instrument, and given the Yanke , all th, information lb ay wanted?" A new fact to us, we confessed, but one quite characteristic of oor dormant authorities The Financial Situation. The Washington correspondent of tba New York World, ba, the following: . . " Much uneasiness is felt in administration circles respecting the condition of the nation al bnancea. Another large issue of currency is now probable, aince it ia felt that even witi tb amount now out, it is impossible to pre vent gold going to 200 and upward, and on, or two hundred million, more will not make matters much worse. The government ia now apending two mitiiona per day. Iu receipt, 1'iosa loan,, taxee, and custom, are lea, that on, million per day. The ten forty loan does not sell, because people feel that they have already lent tbe government a much at they can, without pulling "too many egga in a bas ket," and the national debt ia now mounting up ao rapidly that the most sanguine begin to admit that it can never be paid, bot that tb, best that can be hoped for is, that it will be only partially repudiated by being funded ia a government bond bearing three per cent, interest The tqnabblea in Congress over th presidency are delaying, and may finally de feat ail action upon the tax bills; and without aid from some source the national treasury will be bankrupt in a few weeks. Such are the conflicting interests at work, and such th, tear ol member, of Congress of the effect up oa their aapiration, of increased taxation, that thr is no probability that any tax bill will b, put in operation until after th, presi dential election Mr. Chaas will suspend th, sale of gold certificates about the first of May, and again demand gold lor dnliea. It ia nn eertaia ae yet whether tbe 'tadpole' note, will be iaaued to government creditor, or the 'legal tender' form be adopted to supply a deficiency that haa been inevitable." Not Fit for a Trustee. Some month, aince the member, of th. church in L were called together to elect a member of tb board of truateea, A gen tleman in buaiueaa aa a wholesale grocer waa named aa a very auitable mtt for the place ; but hi, nomination waa vehemently oppoaed by another, wbo wa, vary tealous in th, tem perance -came, on tit r round that in th wav of his business he sold liquor. And appeal ing to oruuier aaams, on 01 in. oldest mem bers present, who from his solid aud clerical look, was called Vbi.bop," he aid--"wbat do you say brother Adams r "Ah I" said brother Adam,,' lookiag vary grave, drawing ap bit eaa with a view lev sia pht and give point to what be bad to lay. "that I not the worat of it (aoLwn alaak of tb bead, that i, not the worat of it I "Why, brother Adam," ,,id the others. rowdiog around and looking for ions other development, "what .lea it tier ef" ''What eU, T' said brother Adema. bringing dowa bis caa, with a rap. "U, don't keep gtroQ eruciew a v irieu ur Th, brother waa not elected. ' How doe, a cow become a laa Jed aalal f By turning bar into a field. - . Qs is truly valiant that caa wisely ,uSr. AU VK.K'l ISINU MATAT.B. IN KA1LT. One aqiiaie, ("lyhty words, solid) ooelnaertK,n... " On. square, t hr Hm. .n w,.v....... 1 00 One auiiare, eue wek 1 A One equare, one aneutft ..... .n S AO ooe atteare. Hire. mm,:. One euere, eta manttia,H . 1BI " ' i In wcki.'ly.' One ermr.etffhtytorda.n weak,. Per square, each wi-ekin addition....... i m ae rer tquare, one var... ... is uu "Terms lor Advertieeinenta occupying a kreate Sf ewe, or lor a loneer period than r)?e specified, nied known et the Counting Kootn. aa AH adverttaemei t arecliarged at theahove rates, unlea. a written afrree aoent i. mad previous teJn.ertion. awrAll oaaual nd Vartttement. rciiptl'. i-i'l rr.rln t'l-mnce. a--Be-ea-e--e-a-ata-ara-i--aj-a The Wine Merchant and the Cobbler. Trans'ated from the French. A poor cobbler lived next door to a retail wine teller, who, the better to draw th eon, out of Ihe pockeU of bis neighbors, put up a splendid gilt tign, with tbe name, of ths moat famous winea upon it at full length. Now this waa u terrible temptation to tbe cobbler, who; however, the better resisted it, as he did not know how to read. But not content with the gilt sign, the wine teller bud two bunche, of ripe, tempting grape, painted to the life, and (Oat beneath two goblets running over with win. , Thia is readable, and the poor cobbler', mouth watered. It waa, however, ia vain ta reaist, for he found himself every moment trying to find some excuae for turn ing bia eye, towards hie neighbor' a ebop, and at last in be goes. "Four sous can't kill a body, " thought be, and two tumbler, full of wiu, were soon under bia jacket tatit wa, the next day and the next, but one day he happened to have no money. 4 ' "ho neigbbor," (aid Ihe wins seller "you don't lake a drop lo-day ? " "Why, to tall th truth," replied the cobbler, "I would if I had tb change." , . "Never mind," aaid the wine aeller, "com and take a drink, yon can pay me aoro other tims." . j,.- . . . , ; x But tbe cobbler's paying time never came, and the wino seller dunned him over and over and over again and got nothing bat ptomueg; the cobbler driuking every day as usual, for it is a pity to lose ao good a customer," thought the wine aeller. Everybody know) (which "everybody" means all one's, acquain tance) that on Sunday all Paria, high and low, dreaa in their best, and find amusement where they can. Now, our cobbler'a beat anit was a gray coat with plated buttons, aky blue panta loons, shining boots, and a white hat, and tbe merciless wine teller found means to get tbs latter, togetliw with the grey coat with plated button,, into his poseeation, and (wore that he would not give them np until he was "paid ecu.- Tbe cobbler prayed, bogged, enlroai.il iiimto relcaae them but for that day, for he had contracted to dance tbe firat cotillion, with weetbeart, and was engaged to dine at hi, couein's bot it would bot do; ths win nalier bid him go about hi, buaiueaa, which tbe cob bler litterally did, lor be went home and be gan to work and siug rrith all hie might, to drown ths noiae ef his neighbor's violin , and at night hs went to bed aa melancholy aa anv cobbler in Pari,. "La vengeance tit leplaeir dee deux," ,ay, the proverb, add oar cobbler awoke tbe next morning as gay aa ever, for he had thought of a way to avenge himself. He threw out before hia door a few - brta of bread which hi, oeghbor's fowls wry kindly picked up. -; The next day the same thing with the tame success, and tbe thin) and fourth day tha fowla were willing lo enter hi, tbop, and tava him th trouble of feeding without. No aooner were all within, than the folws were priaonere, and tbe cobbler fell to work and filled SI pil low case with feather,, which ha plucked clean off the poor creatures, one by one, and sent them perishing home naked as they were born. One sleeps well on a good couacience ; but the cobbler found bia pillow of rnveng quite aa soothing, lor he slept aoundly npon it The win aeller, however, toon woke him with a loud knocking, "tlal'oa, neighbor, somebody haa been picking my fowla, and they tay they were aeen coming out of your tbop. . "Pray, neighbor, who told yon ao ? " asked tbe cobbler. "Why, the apple-woman and baker's wife I" ''They ar rigbt," aaid th cobbler. "May I presume to ask who plucked Siy fowla ? said the wins seller. "No presumption at all," replied the cob bler, "you may ask." "And can you tell me who plucked them 7" "Nothing eauier. I did." "What, you ?" , , "Yes." "And may I aak yoa why yon took tbe liber ty to uudreia my fowls T ' . . ,. ,; "Certainly you may, and I will answer Ton tnust know that for something' less than a week, your fowl, bave lived at my expense, witbout paying a aous, aud that ia th reason why I undressed' them, as you call it. When get my pay for my bread, they aha II have their feathers." - I "But this horrible cruelty," said ths wins eller. ''Not more than undressing me laet Son day," aaid the cobbler. . ,. j "But wbat hav, you dona with the feath er. T - i " Made a capital pillow." "Tbea I'll see yoa," aaid the wine-seller. "l)aa yon please'" replied tbe cobbler and how the auit will end, nobody know, not even the lawyers. "Bridget,'' said Mrs. I the other day I a verdant specimen of the Emerel Isle, "Brid get, wbat is tha matter with tbe oil on th sal ad T "And is it the oil from th castor, , are, you'er anaking about T It ia tha very beat ma'am, that tbe doctor conld give me, th oth er day wb.a th baby wa aick." . ; i "But you did not pot that oil ia th eaator, aurely," said the mortified. miatraaa - "And indad I did, ma'am ; an' vrasa't it au(or oil, (hat (hs doclhor himaslf lb belied ur' A Iratmit papvr m..iioo, a gentleman of a statialical turn of mind, who haa kept a cart ful record of th desertions from tbe rebel ar my since th firat Bull Run, as they bave been reported in th joarnals fro as tint to bane, and th turn total abows that three aillwoe and Ibres hundred Ihouaand r.bel soldier, hav abandoned the Confederacy and come within our linea. PoLrTEXBAS. Somebody says an impudent elurk can do as much injury to a store as tha Bglot of tb proprietor to advertise kia good. Tbea ate odoa bud and "-significant fact which any on intareawd will plea,, bear la mind. ' ' ', .. .... , - - a OtsssAL Lis has ao floor ia bis tent, ,y. er drinks, never swears, and it reported 19 bj B vary much beloved old rbel, indeed.