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City and Other Matters.
l'oi.DiNO Chairs C 1' Huriiri Bon, liavn
received anoiltar invoice, of thnsa hrRiilifu
Rosa Wood and Velvet Folding Chain. Eve
ry bodj should hvi Ihrm. jnl2ilG
- - - -
tjr Go to John W. I tarsi's, corner Second
and JetTursim iireets for your Kali and Win
r Dress Goods; alao, Cloaks, Shawls, Car
pels, Ac, just reCHivcd. d if.
t&'t': P. Iluber & Son hava rrcaivrrd a
large lot of Fine Cipars, Family and Fancy
Soaps, lndipo nnd Tobacco, which thpy will
aell at wholes l very t'leitp. : ianl:W3
. ,-, .i-J, , i
NswriiuiioLifin RgbVok Sit.. Any per
son In want of a superior breed of Newfound
land Dog l'ups, would do well by calling soon
at the southeast corner of Fiflh and Ludlow
streets, where ihey run be seen.
J. 8. Boseberr No. 86 Main street is
offering his Dry Goods at 49 to 68 per cent,
below September prices, having bought since
the great decline.
Go see them. It is ali true.
Aiiknts WaktebI For the Patent Alarm
Lock Iron Money Drawer, or Counter Safe
(called the Burglar's Alarm,) manufactured by
the proprietor in Dayton, Ohio. All orders
promptly died by U. Maphet, City Hotel.
MfTThe most humiliating feature in the
removal of Butler, consists in the fact of his
being ordered to report at U-.ll. hi. place of
resilience, lie was not ouiy removed iron
command, but lie vits tent homt I This was
the mast nnkindest cut of all.
.... , i .
Bkckkl IIn.L The Ticket of Leave Man
will be played to-oight again at Beckel Hall,
and be followed by the farce nf Your Life's
in Danger. The perforinince was so well re
ceived last night, that a routing audience to
night may be regarded as a foregone conclusion,
Gi.ory akd Pino sac If, as Butler says
in his farewell address to the Army of the
James, it van glory to have commanded it,
what it it to have been dismissed from such a
command? Butler is now in
trv atliiri.tn
. ..
posish to appreciate the apothegm of Itooa
r . f , .
pane, Ilia 1V IB iiiuj uiir iiuhi inn buii.
lime to the ridiculous.
Attkktiok, Kikst Wan! All enrolled
men, who Intend to belong o 'the club organ
gauizrd in the Ward, are requested In ooniB
to the Engine House at 7 o'clock 8nltirily
evening, the 21st inst, prepared to pay up.
The resolutions of the lust meclng nsnke this
the last chance. Come nut, all hands.
jal'.M2
tTThe London correspondent of tho Cin
cinnati Gazette is responsible fur tho follow,
ing magnificent and original lie: ''It is lin
gular that the most vigorous action and agi
tation among the people for au extension ol
suffrage that hits been known for many yearH
js now taking plate, in odd coincidence with
these warnings about America."
Hew Heat aad Provision Store.
M. Htockert, at bis stand on Market street
north side, a few doors west of Jefferson, is
daily supplied with B-tnf, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
Sausage, Potatoes, Cabbage, Beans, K ggs.&c.i
Ao., all fresh and ol the best quality. His
old friends and customers, and the public,
are invited to give biiu a call.
Four alleged Lke Erie pirates have beeu
arrested in New York City, and will be trifd
by conrt-martial in Fort Lafayette. Cincin
nati CateUe."' J '
The certain prospect, enjoyed by tbesa "al
leged" conspirutors, of having a speedy trial
when considered in connection with the cer
tainty ol an impartial one, will no doubt
sustain them under the trying circumstances
of their situation.
All or thk Gaps Clonkd. Ashhy's Gap is
oow occupied by tha Union forces; Thorough
fare Gap also; and Snicker's Gap likewise
closed. Nothing will induce, to' success like
closing up the gaps, whether In the pursuits
of Peace or the business of War. "Gather
op tha loos ends," said old Glrard. Collect
your small debts and you will be subject to no
attacks in tha rear. There are other gaps
that allow men to ba attacked in the rear
not attanded. u nd lley . re ,g i'y9iir
ooat and pantaloons. Let them be closed op
or what is better, avoid them altogether, by
only wearing clothing made at W, G, Breene'i
On Price Store, No. 94. Main street, where
the best assortment of Cloths,' Cassimeree and
Vesting!, and Brady Mad clothing for men
and boys can be found. ja13
NEW STOVE STORE.
BOITKR MeMAITKO.
MANUP AOTUUER8
OP
X)K BTVEM. WOOD, COsL. INI) HR KKT
IRON r A LAI KM, MIA. A " U r u LLhS BTU V to.
JOI.I.OWARK, HUUAH KaTI LKS. .t., . .
Guting of ovvrv dft:ripltoD nisilalo onlor.
Wwroom No. .S 'onanoa sums, anvosiu tha
Market Hou-a. . . . . .
Fouudry oa Barara ssreet, near lyudlow, Payloa,
Ohio. MUYKH McMAJXtM,
ovlT-dotf ........
it. DAX1KL B. CAUSQN'S KSTATE
NOTIUEIS horohjraivvn that the sulontierhs
boon sopoinlod od omlirl.d as Admlnlaaralor
nAaaealate uf tiaaMtst. Waraau uuaot atowjoimaie,
eoilDljr, uaoraMail.
liaud mavaraoer na, aaa.
ral-wSw P. E. koTBR.
.ai ,enl fait A li w Ull I if
Professional Cards.
,
h. i.i mi) TiiomrpfON,
ATTK,E.AT.Liff
AND
N C T A It, Y I' II U L I C,
Wll L ailnl to tmsinaoa antrit.lad In him with
diliKen'-a, pronip'nasa ami esra. orTioa north
mu of Tnirtt alr.l, In lha room also nocui'iad lit T.
f. rhrHishar, Attrna St Law. mattlu:imswly
VI FtMKIt II. HKl.vT I . I , K.
ATTOKNHY-AT-LAW,
llYTOM, OHIO.
OKKIOI Wo. all Main atraal, nearly opposite the
Court llnusa, ovvr th. Dtj Goods store ot John
a. KoHfllMrry. ll7iUw3ni
UIILIN itOAfllliL,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Gtorman'a Building, Third atraat,
Otn.liiwu" l'ATTON, OHIO.
r.WlLIJAM KCUtY.
rnvsuiw au surgeoh.
Omen -Third street, oppos te ttte Pulilie Pitiare,
D)ton, Ohio. h-2u.HI
t'Htisil J.U.dHiTil. K. P. Uurrr.
an ITU Y. cilPPVt
A T T O II K E X 8 - A T - L. A W,
DAYTON, OHIO.
OKKICK-Clesg's Bullilina, 1 lliril at. JaSilnwrm
J A M KS 1 1. lJAtJUOTTry "
(Lute ProtUi Jmlge,) ' '." ' "
ATTOKNRV-AT-LAW,
Officii weoml story Phillips' lltnliiinfr, comer
Pcnonfl sad Msiaelreets, pppoaita the KimiMid
Hulls. J lou, Otnu.
jR4i-SHlm
r, . JAMKI KKIIMIr
Attorney and Counselor at Law
HKI.I.KKONTAINE, OHIO,
W ilil. slteriU prompllj lo sit biiMDrns enirniil to
mat-are. deftly
'HOOK MeMAHOa,
A T T O H N E Y 8 A T L4V
OKFICE-rNO S2S.THIHD RTHKKT, DAYTON,
"""XTX. K. X&Vl 1JB aM"1
THOMAS O. I.OWK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
! DAYTON, OHIO,
WILL nive prorri't Mltentinn to nil Lunineiia rn
triitiwl to III enra.
uBicw in (iurmain'H hiiilisitiKt Thin) trrt. nulby
Internal Revenue.
1
I
I
1NTEKXAL ULVEME.
Special Assessment Notice.
lOtrtCE OOlil.KG'TOR OK INTERNAL RKVKNUK,
nrAVS or uhio, isiso irmTSiirr
luvrox, Ohiu, flov. 11. IS,.t,
xroTICK IK 11 KRKBY (.IV K.N I hat (he A,rn
I tiienl of theHpKijL Hve I t crnt IsiioMKlitiir
imul' in nc'-orilHocc i itti tho rtiiuirrnioutn r s loin
lotion ol tJiiikrMi, HppriiVoil .Mil v 4, itti ou at
lucernei roiiirii ltor ili yesr -nrliug IifiinitM'r 31
Ihii.1, k I""hi ilfiUwrM tome Iiy Itie lnntri-t Ahhoh-
Mr for en IwiioD. foH the nnne miirit be iail on or
t on' me uit u.iy ot nwniniser nttx.
lit liKrAiii'TTarHKur ten in-rffiu. ponally it rqoir
iiy 4iHirniiit.
AfHAsfitiPnlM Hill Ui (lifctiil At llio Ottloft of thin
HrHixiiHd, roriivr of Third anil ,Ml ron mirul Uuv-
..n t il.... Tl...n f.ir
lUiTLKR COVNTT
At thr naici of Itra I'uttf r. lVa:v I'vllpvlor; Unmil
uiii. I'lim. pur
W A BRKN tOUNTY
At t"iiffloof Jnooh Marrm, lit-put y Collator, Lets-
IIOUiVMIIO. WOT
PltKHuV COUNTY
AthOffl.'T of Joi4h CtuiM'ill
UpdiiIv C oil pot:
imri'ittwlill tler'A) Coll tr?H IHmI.oi Ohio,
Military.
ATTEmtW VETERANS ! ! !
! , HADQCIATeTHf5 PinTnilT VaUHHAI.,)
TMIRB CeNWtMt! M4L t-tlHTtUT O UHlti, I
iATon, Ohio, lJtH'niber , irtrt. )
rpHl Wnr Tirpartmrut bai uthorwd lh nrjni
1. ifitHn ( in
First Corps of Veterans,
" HhUtCli. M Al. OKN, HANCOCK.
(K M).le-biillP4 wtiila men ulto hitreetTfii twoynaia
avii'l lfi?e tH-n Im tun nth (inuliiiriied.
Th tiuiettf oruiui)Htiifn in JuitLLirv 1. ltstfi. nnd aa
th tim in nh(irl, in whitth iti oppoHnnily to eriUr
ntueiy.
ftecrntl will recefo three hundred dollmri
bttunty immediately on being mustered
in, and be a! lowed, at ejrpirutiun of
ervicttto return their amit '
i. u a memento of, . ,
Honorable and DlHtlntolshrd Hrrtlrr
Trnr.Krtwlion will fwnihlirtj thetiittoWuh
VETERANS, FALL IN
1 ' I,. V. BIEIK'K. '
Mt,J sn.l A. A. O. It. S. Vols. Act. Prov. Marshal
iwonnirir
IQ'EO. ZU EBELEN'S
i
Celebrated Black Ink
Msvnufkotnrexli and Hol4
I AT
Wholesale and Retail
' I DAYTON, OHIO.
i i f
NoarMMOomer of Franklin and Ludlow Rlrests.
' 3STO. 15
m FLOl'R & FEED STORE
' '" . .
l Qualities at Lowest Prices
THOMAS H. QILLI8
TTAVINO DurrlmHrvl th FUur and Fed tor r.
II OMUily kfpt Iiy Pfier UttiNt, Fourth ktruft. ft turn
( iiiHra tvioi mm u wilt kMi t bautu in tssl iuaII
FLO I' II, FECI Al URAIS,
At tho lowest mtea and will deliver koJs to say aart
oll'iotiitj. ll will keop nottiiuM but the beat. Coll
aou leave raon.
"50,000 Bnshels
Flazieed Wanted
f( (ff RUSHcr FUmhJ wnM, (or Whlrh
(lU.UV'U tiiaha.l niarkal pricw in caah will
l ,lu, ai the Klour ami read mora of Tlios. K Uil
li,(lalo fater KMat a,J Mo. S3 Fourth straat. Daar
, . al. Ilayloa, Vhlo. THUS. K. UILL1U
1 i7.dAm , r , , Ju
I '
By Telegraph.
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE
XXXVIIIth Congress 2d Session
WASHINGTON, January 18.
HOUSE.
On motion of Mr. Rmith, of Kentucky,
resolution was ndopird for the Select Com
mittee to investigate the (herpes of bribery,
oorrnplion and malfeasance maoe against
Hon. l.uRien Anderson, -in connection with
General Payne.
Mr. Hansen Introduced a resolution direct-
inn tha Committee on Military A flair. In in
quire into the causes nf persons con6uvd
tne Uld lapitol and l orriill prisons, wnat
charges hav been brought against them, and
iiy delayed, to
tisnson, Liilrrnth, Cox, and Davis, ot Indt
ana, mentioned cases of illegul arrests.
Mr. Bleuhens omected to tba form ol the
resolution.
Mr. Knsson insisted it was duo to the pro-
pie that the irivastifration should be made.
Mr. Uarkald advocated the investigation.
Be knew of cases where ollicers who bad serv
ed their country were imprisoned without
knowing the charges made against them. .
J he resolution passed
Mr 8-evens reported the fortification ap
propriation hill, which wits made the special
order for Friday
A resolution was passed directing inn nry,
bv the Ways and Means (immittne, into the
expediency of making sorghum free of duty,
as also a similar resuiiilion an iu uiw ruprui-
ncy of assessing duly on petroleum, accord
ing to quality, respectively produced by small
and Urge dealers. The mot-oil to reconsider
the vote by which the resolution was passed,
was taMed by l.tj against 6.
J he House resumed the consideration
the Executive. Judicial and Legislative propriation
bills, and without coming to
conclusion, adjourned.
SENATE.
Mr. Cnwan presented a m"Ti 'rial r.f ihe
Board of Trade of Philadelphia, taking
poMuoiiement of the final action on the bank
rupt bill until Northern creditors have an op
portunity to press claims against citizens
States in rebellion This was referred to
Jailiciary Committee,
Mr. Wade presented a letter ot Binatnr
Harding, asking to he excused from further
service on llie Committee on the Conduct
the War, on account of illness. lie was ex-cusi-d.
Mr. Chandler presented the petition of
Board of Trade of ltetroit, asking lor the pass
age of n hill to make a ship canal around
agnia rails on the American side, which
referred to the Committee on Military
Mr. Powell said, some lime ago he offered
resolution calling for the proceedings of
commission to investigate certain charges
against General Payne, nf Illinois, while
command at Paducah. He wished to ask
the Committee on Military AfUira, to w'.om
tho matter had been referred, was ready 'a
port I
Mr. 1 rumbull said he bail received
from citizrus of Kentucky regarding Oenernl
Payne s administralion.and staling that I ayue
was Ihe ouly man that had pruuied men
Kentucky and punished rebels aa they
served.
Mr Drown, from the Military Committee
report d a bill lo repeal an act to prov id
th removal of the United Hlatea Arsenal
from St. Louis, and the sale of the land
which it is lucated, which was ordered to
printed.
Mr. Howard, from llie Military committee,
reported, a resolution, which was ordered
printed, relative lo retaliating upon prisoners
in our haudri, for treatment whiuh our soldiers
received at the hands of rebels.
On motion of Mr. Sumner. Ihe Senate
up the resolution regarding the notice given
Great Britain by the President, of the termin
atinti ot the treaty of 1817, limiting the naval
fore on the lakes'
Mr. lluvis opposed the resolution, because,
in giving the notice tn lurmiuale tha treaty,
the President had transcended his authority.
The resolution wux fnrther discnaxed
Messj Johnson, Davis and Sumner after
which it was passed '
Mr. Dixon obtained unanimnns censnnt
introduce a resolution tendering the ihanka
Congress to (leneral Terry utid Admiral Por
ter, severally, and the oHicera and men
their command, for their gallantry in their
ack on rorl r laber.
The resolution concerning Admirnl Porter
was referred to Ihe Naval Committee,
that couceraiug (leneral Terry to the Military
Committee.
The Henate went into Kxecutive sessioa
soon after adjourned.
LATEST NEWS.
AFTERNOON REPORT.
Jeff. Davis Wiling to Make Peace.
Nkw York, January 19. The Richmond
Whig, in last Monday's issue, states that
Davis sent au autograph Utter to Mr.
expressing his willingness to send or receive
commissioners authorized to negotiate
peace.
The boat that took Mr. Blair from ICich-
mend, on Ihe return trip, aarried to that
General Singleton, of Illinois, a Pear Demo
crat, from whose visit soma of the Hiclimond
papers are hoping for aiach iu the way of
Notwithstanding Xh faot that the military
authorities have sbul ip the principal highway
leading to Ibe Taakee lines, Ihe negroes
continue, tha Richmond paper say, to
Irom that city in gangs, in apprehension
of being conscripted into the rebel army.
Washington Specials
Nkw York, January 19. Tha Tribune's
Washington special says:
Th President has been closeted all
denying himself to all comers
It is whispered that two Alabama Peace
bad audience, aad that th President
giving his miitd to lha'endeavoii from
sides of the line of war to briny about a
The saw special also sayr
The Government expeou news of mors
most important successes hourly.
lb Times' Washington special says:
General Thomas has wriitea a letter to
War Department, giving a very encouraging
view of military affairs in th Southwest.
says flood cannot gather aa army of 20,000
nis, atd that th Uouthwest is praoUcally
conquered country.
The RichiMad Examiner, ofth 16th
- I.. h4
Tbs rumors eonoet iMBg the nature of tbs i
ne? dilations, which old Blair cnrriri
sre very aumaron; and we are
ntlv nasiirstl that the miaftinn Ui
iJ.1:.?"!"" 'VrL.?...!::.1 '
";"" .....onty to my
The Whig nl the I61I1 says:
It is omli-rhlood that Itlair had a private
Tbs rumors
a
in
anil confidential interviev; wiih the President.
lie enme In no oflioial capacity, and hml no
oll'icia! Interview with
aiiV member ot the
Ooernnient.
The belief in well-informed circles is, that
this interview may lead tn a conference be
tween authorized agents or commissioners nf
the two Governments. It is known that
President Davis will permit nn obstacle of form
to stand in the way of sending or reeeivisg
commissioners
Itlair was handsomely entertained during
his sojourn in Kichmonrf
We are assured that the revnrt is true, that
Prei-idrnt Davis has scut au autograph tetter
to Mr. Blair, expressing his willingness to
send or receive commissioner t aulhoriz d to
negotiate pence
It is naoVrstood that Blair told the Presi
dent that ba enme in no official character, but
simply wiih the knowledge and consent of
Mr. Lincoln. lie expressed the opinion that
Mr. Lincoln would certainly appoint commis
sioners to meet commissioners appoiuled by
our l'rcsideut
From the Pacific Coast
S.K Francisco, Jauuary IT. Much atten
tion is now allractid to petroleum biili fur
California oil wells, which will be sunk ere
long
The Nevada Legislature passed an act rr
qiliriuK liireiun in-uranre companies In de
posit $50,000 in Stale or National houi!, as
securily to policy holders
XXXVIIIth Congress 2d Session
WASHINGTON, January 19.
HOUSE.
of
Mr. Dawes tailed the 11 1 lent ion to the facts
attending tha trial and correction of Major
II Bastings And oflred a re.omt.inn which
was adopted directing the Secretary ol War lo
communicate tn the House lha record ol the
case of thnt officer, whose sentence for the
frauduleni embezzlement of J6.000 dollars,
was commuted to commuted to loss of rank,
pay and emoluments for six months.
SENATE.
the
a
in
if
re
Mr Sumner presented a petition of the col
ored soldiers al Camp Casey, Va , asking lo ho
allowed equal pay and bounty wiih other
soldiers. Referred to the Military Commit
tee.
Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committee,
reported back the resolution of thanks tn
General Terry and his ollicers and mm for
conduct nt Fort Fisher. The resolution pass
ed unanimously.
Mr. Grimes, from the Naval Committee, re
ported hack the resolution nf thanks tn Ad
miral Porter and his ollicers and men, which
was passed unanimously.
Dayton Market.
DAYTON, January 19
in
de
for
on
be
by
tn
of
of
HARSUM AN'H KLOUR Red wheat,
wholesale $9 00. Retail $10 00.
WHKAT l 85.
CORN 100
OAT? 70.
RYK 1
BARLEY $1 50 I CO
TKAS S2 5t)(S)2 HO.
COKFKK fl0Q86e.
SUGAR SO.
SUGAR i'lfS.iHOc, per pound.
COFFKK SUGAR 35o p-r lb.
CRUSHED SUGAR :i5c per lb.
MOLASSKS 1 60 per gal.
KICK .0e per lb.
LARD 2530
hlJTTEK W ''.43
CHKKSK. aOc.
8TARCI1 12Jc per lb.
SOAPS 20c per lb.
DRIKI) APPLES 10(12 J
BKANS None
KGGS 3f)4()per doz.
TOBACCO 90W$1 60 per lb.
SHOT ! 7f)(..)0 OOper sack.
I.IOAI) 2fo per lb.
POTATO US. f I OOOnl 26 per liu-li.
SWHKr POTATOES fl 40 per Bushel;
HAY Timothy $2H(ri)30 per toll.
WU1SKY-I2 10
New York Market.
and
Jell'.
Nw Ynui, Jan. 19 Cnttnu quiet at 1 01:
Flour dull and OulOc lower at 9 lllhilfl 00
fur extra state and II OOall 06 for round
hoop Ohio ; Wheat dull and nominal;
Corn dull and nominal at 1 M for
mixed western ; Outs dull al I 0(i
fnr western; Pork dull and lower at 40 Ul 60
now mess, 40 80a41 00 one year old, and :i t
prime; Lard dull nnd heavy al 20a2lc;
Whisky firmer at 2 Hfm2 37 for weHtern ;
Petroleum dull at 61c for crude, 71c
fnr refined in bond, and 91c for free; Dressed
lines dull at lOjalCj for western; Sugar
firmer at H'jtiilc for Muscavado,
New York Stock Market
for
pac
ification. flee
New Yokk, January 19. Storks better
since board; Gold closed 212Jal3; Mnneyulcn
ly at G, Chicago, Iiurliii(tou ,4 Quincy 119;
Heading 107); 6-20 coupons 1 1 'J J; 10 40 a,
onupons, 121 J; oua year certificates 971,
United Htatea sixes of 18H1, ron
poos.l 1 1 1; New York Central 111 J, Kile 175),;
llniti d Slates sixes 67; 6 2 cuuiions. !$;
Sterlinr quiet at 9J; 10 10 coupons 102; 7
30' s 9!f, US iixesof'67 13o; 5-20's, regis
tered, ff
soon
day,
En
voys was
both
set
tlement and
the
He
a
inst,,
Farms for Sale.
fMHR on.li.rilttn,.''''l,ri((n'J'-otilli,',ff-r)
rn.i.TciiUiintthhnikh ,nmtk
iMrl v Minnie)!, ft latfii ore hfcr it. am) i ilsava-
1 anlly mluUit vu llta lortipik. Ilin( fr tu f.rvvuvilla
1 1 l'itU4. li uul va! ot U)ii)bufK. liaik vuniy .
Alo. fiixtv atrii of iniprovail land withia on lull of
irntiHa. 'w m
aWJtaa
WILLIAM AI.IJCN.
NOTICE
v m Tii a ail, j. a. aiua. . fciiaaoi.
fllHK ua fontiKnNl hav aitrntllnhtl an n(1ln m tin
L city fur ttio purp ( rurnttmij( ranii ami
jhtituiMtn tilUha qu'.U ol Ui nub-disttrHM- 11 tha
Third Ooo tirH tonal aiiatriDlo. OI111, uuiar Ua lata
all ot lha I'riMihtcnl for ),uKi men.
Otttca oa Third atrol, na dovr waM of tha PiMlof
Rea, up alaira. room N 1.
drisiiia-fU MITUHKLU MILLER A LAKGlMiN.
FltED. SCHWAltTZ,
HutoVtaip, Ktall No. 3,
Hvra "tpi or th mahklt iioi-fk.
Kerpt a kudtk BrttQiallt; arHrati.
jaaaaa-ta
,-.
Dry Goods.
REDUCED TRICES.
K. HOBE H 10 "ST
HO Main f Ircct.
Dry d'ootlsDowii Since Keptem
tlicr. Ilavtii( Just UouRlit my Kllrnalve Htarsi
ktnea i.te
(.RE.1T m.v. of vmm
I AM NOW OFFKR1NG MANY OF MY
GOODS
At 40 to .r0 Pit Cent. Lower
Than Ihey ware Itmtahl In Ka.lirs
Ulllee "S WW wtt.i .f
M K U I N O 8 ,
Then worth 1 KS, 1 aell al IU.
lltl.HOKtl. SKI UTS,
Worth 0 00, I sell at 4 fill.
(l.ir.ltR, Mi.tHls, Clonkln; VlatbK,
MONK CAN EXflCL,
Canton Klanntis,
rtlrattitd Maslin,
Brown Jlusln, .
Dress footls,
N(NK HHI.l. SO (1IIHA1"
J. b. UOSKCEUUY,
nnvlS wlf 815 Main Street.
To Horsemen.
I3aytrn 8hoing hop
tORNKROK bT. CUIU AND F0UKT1I SU.
(.KSSLKR fc NOCK,
former parii.fr ot
N ATI I AN SIFFKKMAN.
H AVISO rT4n"l ft Bhnfinn 81iop fn tho rnrnrr
fit Ht, rinirini Kniirih iriM, 11 hi'W rnMirl
U m't'nmmn.jHie nil wlio iiihv iU'-im to httvpiheir
Ilit ir rtjipr-iltjUinn Hutin ' flrvolfu lunill lo llu
tiu-nifnri Bi a fptuMiilll; , ftiil inv 111,' IihH virH n vx
p' rifT A in th tHi-in' flu, ltvT inviit th nilpntiftn ul
ili puMin to th riiij'A.fthnv nu'iitiofifrt. Hft will f-n
leitriir 10 nice 1 ti'l 1imhiivIn prtiinptly mid do In
w:r MiitiwfrtoriVa Qivm him fifll
nnvl '-lin-l UtCnSl.RH A NOCK.
Professional.
tJA X X l-J Jl 9 UlilU.
-1 H; B.-Att onlri lh.m th ronnlry promptly at
Ismrn. : U,o',l to
- I
TIIR
BYE Sc
Aol lor tho mst Hire, ymm Murpi- n in th I'mttHl
Ht'Ut-i Nnvy, h ipini i.n ortici No. 'I h'nt
ht-eet, ifiwfen JoHitmou hd(1 St (Inir Btn U, nnh
aisle. Hhvihk tmd lit utlvft'iUix ul ihi HnpiuN in
New York mitt Hltilftl. Iphin, with ttily yi o
.ii(i-tHuul prHiii'f, I hit Hlllicts?!) my n ut noMnn-il
t.v KPttiny hit i'lv i-ttlml ihey will oUajd tv-t y (
vnnTn that UiMt-lTHaceii romltlion ul Ihu t-u-.nce
of Mt'tirtm fa iisinlfr.
Iir WiHifiiriH tHiN-tlMri'KtN, Til It' ' AT nn-l ntl
RISspiKATtlkV I'lnKAKH HY MIClHiMI. IN
II AI.ATlON tl.A only rl-M iNcnitH tcnwn to lha
i.itMt.-i'D, wh"'h lufca provt1 n no iiinvrrMill hiii's-i
Pil In ih Kaxlnnri m Kurufm. iff IrViii nil diti.M-
ol thf It YK ntut KAlt, nlxoull .ti-PHM"i pi uift Uy
KomitlfM, ftmi nil t:fltti N tl) C.i.1 1'i.A I M H wht.
M.-f trr mmy ttirir ."hrtnir. I'lifinot ni'i'ln
Iritw wilt ! ron v;m. t lit Uy r.tliiiK it It in
iti s iNo. tf7H, Tin nt HtrtM'l. lMvtnn, or fiy oKsmnx
li-lU-rM to iiivxIntM whtt'h ih iMivuUU'il irHMiiUiipiy .
t tttif'f hiitr) I roiil K uV'tt A . M till it o't-hn-k I. M .
(H'l lf tUM.sltl
-MEDICAL NOTICE.
I)"
R. A. f:Klt Eft will hr.'Sllir sUen.l iluiriii lo
ail Ottilia i.n-Ui-, sn.l will Kivo "H.Hi-ti Aun
lo Ilia Iranlin'KI of I'll IlKNIi! I'ISKAKS, n- li
- InKaasen of tna 'I'll Hi 'AT nn-l I.I'Mit, ol Hip . t K
n. AK.r'i:KOHll.itw A K KKlfl'luNM, A.' I'r.m.
ty noil deoonilnrv Vl'HII.IH, ml SOU KH K t,
lif.KKI. SIKIIlll ItKM, IMHiiTK.NcV.Ai'.. Al-..,
In.kA.kS 1'Kiitii.iiiK th Kksai-ss, m( ct'fy va-tJi4uj
t.-hitinin Jhiti, wliittarr-r n.sv Im Hh rliHruott r.
tlllina hmirwlrom 7 a 10 lo H p in.
HoiiilHyH. 7 to IUm in. i 10 U 1
orti.ia Uoriw.ro JaUeraoj aad Fifth at, tatoa,
Olilo. ih'IM lm-lm II
1ST. HAAS,
YVIIOIiKKALK AND KKTAIL UKALKK AMI
JOBBER IX
MILLINEEY GOODS,
I 1 STRAW GOODS,
I Utll LIONS C II A V ICS FLOWERS
A 11 all Aktiolu iwuhTj r4Uird im il.a Miilihiit
TsU.dk.
NO, 41, Mala Etrret,
( Millitrr Ui1ni inffnrl wi'I 4o Well to
, eHiittiMt tn ouniK txttor. l Uit luainK tiwUr:
, apii-iisi.tiiKiM
1804
GROCERIES J !
I FRESH
1.1VKHV 1 nlv trHirr good, trlt Grorirtia. aril
J wawuttlq iftniKfl ail pajMiua tnifrr'-UrtZ to fiv
list a i-all.
QANNED
FRUITS
Pearhea, r!ara, httawhrrnea, Qniiiera.
tntnathtarkU rnrt, atid C bi nei iImhi w ti.
! T
SPICK
AMI COVE 0VSTLKS
' alo,an aaKortntant of Jelliea, MiddlfUian Mama ai4
Hrtitolttera, I itih and oat Oil, MJa,tra and It.rleea.
' Pa klea, ept-'ep, IVanvy Hftsp-, Ac.f la fvl e vt 1 tiliii
! t'tat the rnarkU l4ord Ittat tt dealrata. ToIoImc o
1 Chttwera w would my v ktrcp lha batl art.t-lid rio
( ulihtuma ha Iia4. uoma nna, e ina a l, ant aa
. lia waoaa tte. M'INTIKK HAIkH,
I aaldaw4u Mftia at.. S tioora Ulvw Mart.
VAMARliK FAKMIXU V fOBACCtl LANDS
a . ,
IN
(IKItMAM TOWNSHIP.
FOIt SALE ON rAlUTTlON.
8aniltl m rnl' un l ntVr, a fnf M fi- K't.rrirk
ii'i. nlh' if. i No J.t'fil n 1 cr.oi Conn.
IN oi-oiieinv to th or.iT of th. :4uiifrnfr f'oiirt of
M" IllLllll'TV 11. II l, IU'lO. lnn-U" III th' r"twi
rusf, t wih ( II r al l iiU.c Aiiv.in.il, ma ritrHi'-Mt,
oa
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ly.olno. 11 ptiitrl . in n '.'I, iivn ;i, rnnuv 4
tUl!-it At1., Mlhlr.l lli'O lttt HL-i piint'lrt Hml np
tlllt.Cf I rt- rollliAH:
lit An lifM-ai . n'ru nt n ptanffri Motir for tin
ntir Jivt" t fonirr ol the r-urllu-iir-t ipiartritui mid h"-i-'(
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jSv $ mriipirfii ii iv 1 ; tm iiif rinn h .i iL' I.V.wchi nt
.'i li i.i-'t'H 'ilmi nr i) run 1 to . 1 . tin'. ; th'pri miii'i
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lot tin- n u: hv out i-uim 1 ( h'l ipi-t'lr -fctton;
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I in ( nttn( ipicrir r n't.oi. if i tic pinci' 01 1 i-L'innii'ir;
oinititiD'.iw t. llirt-1 f-.; Mcit'n, iik.ip or op.
pfnirt.t al Miniy (,.sli(ii..l:iiit pff H Tf, rtj.,ct lo tlif
pj inttii ofCeiri (lolium p-r fiidiuu to Hnrnli lifninr
ilnV-iifi iifi imuir.tl liin t ml iui j !ilt t-MHit- in ihn
in Hm' Hint lot (, art ol mtitl p. cm 1 mi-) uuw rccu ih 1
If "rr.
; 1 1 iVo. :t -fi.-y hiiinn n' n plfuifi'if finn f-! ftr(T.
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44u ;ft ph.sI ill 4- in 1.0 h ulnin, i rm iU 1 itiiiiiown and
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sj'l'1, 1'RN.t l,H pulra. HUin.lH ,.t l OH I ttl A v'OflUT; Ihf'IH V
Mtitith 'J'.l1 ', Hft tht polf" tn -'.ike on 1 1 Miiiih !mt ttl
ainl iiiiiiHT; thfm oiullt Mi ', s -t W lo iln1
nlmi ol U itiniiv' iHinni.- Iinm h.ii.m, w v or
It kv, HpprniNeit.i rr, uj'dvwtr, hi icr.y (U) tlol.aia pt'r
acrn
1st .Y't. 4 Hfinivt-f: nt .lu pioui'irn'-t forncrnf tot
No ;t, on tlie )(! 1 h ilm ' fstiitl piiUti r n r ; Il.a-t.in
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for a roi-nri ; lhin- t mmiiii H ,s.t ,v, y. jo p' . n m
a "t.ilti' 011 ti' kmi 1 1 ititr o Mint - it r, ft-t lor n n r
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at tin t (.iii) Mi 'jr- I'v-r 11 iv.
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SO1 il hi'in' I'nri.fi' ' s-lhi ipi :r it .1 on, llun.it" oiiili
"i'. vv-hi 40 pnt m iiion l !' Msii' h .n it t Mini 1 u 1 r
to ft N:'tki - t -or tu 01 -nVi ; tln-ni tc i ih Ii uit
6 !l-P 1 oiin in u s... lit- -f 1 i 1 1 ! n nil - n-t i ti'i'i'i r
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on ill- o c 1 111 in o( h ul tjii-.i t r, ffi 101 it 1 ritt-r; tn-i
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ll" Ml tlnv.fl, lit Hi't '-l.f (MM -'nCill ptT ssc'mi.
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nl I lie iitiii,iii:o n itmi v .mi' 1 ti turn, ,1(1- rrnui;
tin li lionli W l"''t "f ft, ut p..p h f "on t .h)i1 rtti
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ilnvtr.
Nt itiit-r parcel t nn wll fnr IrMri tl.fn two ihmU nf
Hit rp ruiwiiit'iii ttit rt o . ,
'I tKMH OK VALE.
tt p tltinl .f pitn-h mom-" pnti!t. nn il-v of
ak: lti rcrtHlli in fpnl 1 oyitif iii 111 one mn tao
ytnin lrnt:i tli.y ol nn.'. ailh Hi t rt-ht, tttltl t i u .l i,y
lllnlla'ltif Oil tilt" itUhllPiV.
OttRIN a H r-AVIlfSDN,
8'ieritl tn aiotilniiifry l ounlv,(J.
OnftovcaA ('raKsIu au, JU'. ji u7 mA
EXKCUTOH'SSALK OF UKAL K.STA1 E
A T TUB
TOWN II A Lb 1 MIAMil-KUU 1, VV.Ui.
0
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at iinttin 1 tl,2'K rtf.-n-t nj liu-1 t-flonji n a I 'tin
ewtulf ( J vtaii II tii.it, tini -a-fil, lylti hip rn'l" notttl
of M ihiiii -l"iirc, a.i-i tlivnieil mli (evrti t.itt'-ta vt '
pBPitp.-
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hai tti- iin)'rniftiiciii- itHiti ,t, t'oifi h 1 1 ni iitrt"
tinr Itnint- ho 1 1 mi1, 11 liTr On fi , Hit 1 n h:int of Ji u:t
in h niTV 1 iirii-iy. .i'i'ii"i ol tt o 4 litnU r. Nil'.
ti,t foil if iii'itl tn any npntnti, a i 11 h.i i r-t-t'r.tl
tll'l T-lHillll. fprilit:' ("poll M . nin 01 vi tin-1 1 11 Wr.
ihri'iii h a mont-'Mi to tti ttnor of t;t titiniltn
ll-lt.HI .
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fft M HUH PnlloiM.
'I lit thini titt.-t rem Lit cp 'i vrrefi, ami it alio rich
nt-r 1 -j Hunt.
'I ii foiirih Uni t ortntniut- :i3 ar 1'; arret of a b ch
in Imiiu r -Hinl.
l i.f ti.ih and h'itli tin- in r.-mtfin W m'i eat h. ly
ing 1 - l y Md 11 Hi a t ip'in e hnpt. Hint t lint ifT!
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e
To.' to vt nt!) tart enn'ttin- 7 n-ri-i". and h n nrre
of I Hi. lii r 11 j t-li it. 'Vtif IH ir lot 1 jtintJ 1 1 v -j t I nmt .
Th HM- -i 'iie-ihiru ritfli on or fit to 1 Aunt I . iw;;,
tine I'linl on the lt tiiiv ol A TM, .n itn-l tiin-f It id
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nut idtte ttii-it lo Im Utif ivnd 1 ;i ;i ii mnn t h alit-r
titr ot-otutfit", il'm-rred payim -ir to l-em- iiitvrttit aud
it In r-t-i-nr-'d t.y nmiti; . nn hc prtori-tf.
Mula lo cumiiM-m-t l-t ivti o'finrtt on raiii iht
os.'iHt.K m.ovi;,
jlilwlt f'xorulor nl Jo' It lUllin, tiwi astt-tl.
rKTiritM rAirnriMN.
Iletn-y Itl i.i-;ih 1: .ih nt ,i'niii.' -ii vri and Miry
M i.i'li'ittri. v-. Ant l'ii K. H. i-imtn. .Icdn A.
M1II1 riu.iit. I'tder 1". (. 't-'i-.r., i..wt't.,i K t. l,l. r
and Kllnn lii'l'iutit. h i).n"i'J( r.nirl i.r M tiiitnni -Hiy
Contity, iMi'o l'id'.'H i-r 1 111 lit n. 11.
MKi.l K. M 1,1. LKli ii N. Joh:i A, H ')l'i'ii)'tn,
1't'ii-r V. 1 '! it 1 vis , ts.i--"'m I.ttlmart tied
K.I 1 11 (Ji'iili tr i Mdi 1 " ' hoik-" th a m t'ntKion v,.ih
Hl"'"t tin .1 lli-iii on Hii lii.h d-i) 111-4 inl't-r, A .
it I ni t, i.t tti. Kiiitai j.it- ori til i'ni.;i,iii, rv t'M in
ly, iHim, l-y (U'ttry M (.'. l.trt, ' 'hi lutr, u-.- Ann tn n
h:trl i"1 M.'.ry M. f i-Mi.ti't, Mid ih 110- pt!Mtnii,
wliir-rt'in tli-nrv M i -n'iiri l.ti-, l n Ami 1 itlliNii ,
mid Hary bl . 1J. hint I ltnii:tti.i p;trt.. 1 n n. Hit ttdluwt -111
H'Hl ft 1:4' r, tn-Wil:
Sikci t! in iln tlniti.iy or Mniit'oniTv and hlme t
1 it i ti - -( ti iii a pn i'l ii' l'ii- ionih'Ttot ipiarltT td st-ss t li-ii
No. I, Uian-h'ji Nn. SJ, ritnye b a-l, ar. ; ti mhiioi u
ut tin Htintiivnwl rli ln'l- ol' lllftrift la (stt p Im
a., a (1 w. fmiti Hit; Hv-riinn turner at a 1 t'lif ,
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n I ii WVavi-r'N ttnd It Hnritou linn Ut rt aioii';
ihi'iietji a Ki ', w. Inn '.il fr hfv tft Hool't line in
h ptlt-ni t'lt'iM-c houiIi ttl e ,u M pen Ji-n Nlnnat, Jft
roll St,i It-'n him tn t hi pi "' tKiiintriif, 1 indainiaK
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fts c' Hit n Hdd lit" II", and r-'tmrdf I on I n u roliU
o Mniil i,i'iii"'" 'oil o( t , 1 dim, in 1 I itl (. 4 . pit"
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AHttt i'Kirt, I -t.i i i Mti'ry M. U-t-ltHrt, i.ftht r.m- A.
iMlli)trt and Mtiy M -rl.hnrt atll h, t ' ' r an or
dtr, it ml partition iohv ind" nf mhi-I vt- m t.
H K KV t (i tl'tl M 1,
!ATIKKINK ANN l.KHIlARf,
MAKt M. UKhHAKl
Aiiam ('ut, Atl'y. di ITUtw
AliMtNHTRATOK'S tALK OK UKVL
KSTATK.
IN pimua-ir-e of an tiri.rr rnnti-il hy the Prehnta
l otirl"t Mttittgttinfiy (o.tiiiy, tliii-, in tfte cam ol
loitAi' liy evrr Hiid -'in'o:i Nmt, K xtt-uittra nt tha
I lust a di it nd !t-t "m nl I.v.. V(...n( iitt't af
aitMii-l Kn ti imma et Ml de'rndHtira, w wih oflrr lor
ante, h ptilthta air-imn on HA 'l lid.W, tint 91 dt f
ol i"'nlatr. A- I. )s'4, til ia t'tnidt, tiieni"on. up. tn
tha tri'iuirtfst, tint to I .iiriint ! !-rt''i retil -'ata :
tna. in t ha ( o;iiil of uiil mih r , and hta'a ot
UtHo. loll 1
Kdtftni jv ifii uf -t t 1 I, h 1 nfl !t ro.iii atda nf th
farm ownnd U t ho heiiN ot l'-d 'nun, ttc'd
Mi: ii ni m Sft'i'on 3, Tnu n 1 , I nnsa 6, M. U'a. dt
a-ntafd aa foil : H - vniiinta al u ft-nit , tin Ihe emit
. ne of nat't uMin, the ntitih ta-l cnnir ol wt.d
f;irm ; lliriv nnnlit'ii thneHNt put ol nnd aenrii
ft 74 ehina to a Mlone ; itt.n.e " nni;fh 7, wfal i'r l
eha'rita t-t ibn it'itm id tumpd; rod: ihiii, aoinh
stl tr.tr-1'", a.l'i tfi. -t"-- of td r at I h m, haitie u
tneaoiiih weal t'oa-nt- o i Urm ; lhiH utt Ilia
ntt tit'ttrMo Voniij,' and l.aief'r. n.nih7.S Mtti ii.
cltrtin lo thti pliv a of lr uiniisT, t aoitiibibM A"
Of' t Of iOMti.
Apptaimdal fll" ht eara : 'tarma of aala on
thiruottih otia itonl m year, ant on tpird it
tsvn y tr tmin iti Hny ul m, Willi i.tval ; that
iHivt'ittittH io ba ne-tired hv iiiari,Tiit. niw.n Mt prr-niOvt-H'
td LA Ka V t K,
MMISoN .NilJ'f.
If ieviifo:, A " t I tiid uuii)'. d-Vd.
J. ti. n.njTT, AU')' for KFet'iii r nov. 4w
Clothing.
A
WILLIAM WAI.KKN,
ho. am Tiita" nitKRr, intTijN.oin.i,
IB fraimn-il lo a.'roninioJala hia di'trmiora wita
a.t-rt arli.'la i-l K.-allanit'O'a a.nrmit a'lral n
lha UUat .l)ia uit lat "("slltv 'l'lma ahi aiarl
aoaU, isnl. vasts, ali-na, liosiara, haudkarctnala,
l..aa, twitta, snuaa, shH-rs. !.. will ao wall t
(iv run a nail. auiit

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