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JaJTlhe Duvia Mmstrols seem not lo want boinnrrats in Iheir audimcf at lraat tlies rsfiise to advertise in tli Empire. Mi'FaM.ar.D't Thkatr The Tlisater coti tiniiea to attract Rood aurlirnces. It it (iIhib of tntioDHl auiusf mr-nl, and we hops to see it well patronized while it remains here. Foi.Dixo Chairs C 1 Hulnri Son, bare received another invoice, of thos beaulifu Roue Wood and Velvet Folding Chairs. Eve ry body klonld have tJiam. . 'J JalldC. , n ' f ! iT flo to John VA l)sml'a,crnr 800011 and Jefleraon atreeta for yonr Fall and Win er Dreu Uooils, alto, Cloaka, Shaw la, Car pete, Ac, juat received. dlf. gtjJ-C. P Uuber Sl Son have received a large lot of Fine Citfars, Family and Fancy Soape, Indigo and Tobacco, which they will ell at wholesale very cheap. janl3J3 Newfoundland Dens kor Sali Any per aon in want of a superior breed of Newfound land Dog Pupa, would do wall by calling toon t the lontheaat corner of Fifth and Ludlow street, where they can be aeen. , J. 8 Roieberry No. 86 Mai a streot is offering bit Dry Goods at 40 to 60 per cent, below September priors, having (bought since the great decline. Go see them. It is all true. AutNTS Wakted I t'of 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 Blled by R.Maphet, City Hotel. " A Larox Sali of Furhiture. To morrow, morning at 9 o'clock, C. P. Huber & Son will sell a general variety of choice Furniture, at auction, at their Auction Room. The sale will embrace aearly everything , necessary to housekeeping. '' "' Attention, First Ward I All enrolled men, who intend to belong to the club organ ganir.ed in the Ward, are requested to com to the Engine House at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, the 21st inst, prepared to pay up The resolutions of the last meeing make this the last chance. Come out, all bands. jal9d2 TnT PowpER.--Tta JoBtiutl, reqnealed to retract ita intimation that a printer in the Empire office had risen paid off with powder, "since it had been concluded not to resist the draft" As this is the only Democratic office jn the vicinity, we presume it is the establiah meat alluded to. We shill expect the Jour, nal to say to-morrow morning that it has no foundation whatever for the malicious insinu ation. We will see if it docs so. Board op Suiutitute Brokkrs, January 20. The Board held a secret session last night, and resolved itself into its original ele. ments every mnn for himself, and Ihe d 1 for them all. Amen. Prices to-day are materially lower, and a further decline is looked far. A delegate left here last night lo lobby the Legislature, that body having the proceedings of the loyal order before them, and in the shape of a bill propose to squelch I'm whole fraternity. Au, op the Gaph Cixmkd. Ashby's Gap is uow occupied by the Union forces; Thorough faro Gap also; and Snicker's Gap likewise closed. Nothing will induce lo success like closing np the gaps, whether in the pursuits of Peace or the, business of War. ( "Gather up the loos ends," said old Girard. Collect jour small debts ami you will h aubject to no attacks in the rear. There are other gapa that allow man to be attacked in the rear if not attended to, and they are gapa in your coat and pantaloona. Let them be closed npi or what ia better, avoid them altogether, by only wearing clothing made at W. G. Breene'a On Price Store, No. 94 Main strset, where the beat assortment of Cloths, Cassimere and Vestingsj and Ready Mad clothing for men and boys can be found. jal3 [Communicated.] Who is UiohtT Ed: Kmpirt: Having come in contact with some of the super-loyal citizens of Green ceunty, a dispute arosa concerning the word Licente, as it occurs in lbs Internal Revenue law. J took Ids poaiilorj that the legal right, or power, to grant lu cense implies the right sad power, leyilly, t withhold a privilege, Thus, Congress passeij a law compelling inkeepera and grocera t pay license to sell liqaor or ardent spirit by the small quantity so also lawyers must pay a license to practice law. Now, if Coo. gresa has the power lo liccnn lawyer ai4 liquor dealera in Ohio, lo follow their voca tiona. Conoreaa must also have cower to pro hibit tb practic of law, or sal of liquor, ia Ohio. rAii power is not vested in Congress, Coneress. or tb. legialativ. branch ol Gov eramsnt, nay tai profesaion and trade, but lannot leoallv irrant licena nor vet prohibit ' tb. practic. of professional men, or 1rad. . . . . ... sonimon. in Uklo. 1 his la mt Doaition. ni ; opponents claim that the National Legisla ture tan grant a license, tegall, lo Ohio, and t prevent men from following any 'business , unless they lake oat ' licensed W hav nit agreed, but agreed 10 disagree. ' Will you,' - - 1 1 1 .1 . . 1. . l . - ' - fvw irMi iTkiicii uiiuuu turn vuiuum tb tarrirs. tell n who isriahtT ' " oapirt WOODCHOPPER. WOODCHOPPER. Wayne Township, January 8, 1865. New Meat and Provision Store. M. Stockert, at his stand 00 Market street north aide, a fijw doors west of Jefferson, 1 daily supplied with Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Sausage, Potatoes, Cabbage, Hearts, Eggs,&o., ic , allfrmh and of the best quality. Il l old friends and customers, and the public, are lovitod to give bin a call. It ' I ' ' Professional Cards. BL1IIU THOMPSON, A T T K M E - A T - L. A W ' "' ' AND' ' ! I NOTARY 1MIUMC, Wl'.L attend to bunnfM en t muted to him with ilmgenre, promptna ana t'nre. Offlne north ante of Tmrti afreet, in tha room alao occupied hy T. V. l'hraaher, A Hornby t lwk ma'atturnawl y WIliMKK II. 11KL.VIL.L.K, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW, UATTON, OHIO. QpriOR--No. S6 Main tret, uearljr oppoait th Oourt Hoime, over th l)ry Uoo-la Htora of John b. Ko tie berry. IM7dawrn OUIjIN fc OAHlLli, Attorneys & Counselors at Law Uorman'a Bulldlws;, Third straat, (nidawir payton, nnia Dr.WIU.lAM iMIVSltlW AM) EGRY, SMMJEOX. fV iriCK Third .treat, oppos te the Public SUr, laauUU Taoaia J.H.Hkivh. K. P. Oorrv. ' 1AITII CUPTV, ATTOUNUYS-AT-LAW, DAYTON, OHIO. OKKICB-Olspg's Building, Third at. jaSdawcai JAMKS lLMA6GOTT, , . M; ; (U(e Probata Judge,) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, OprtC second story Phillip.' Building, corner Heconrt and Main alreeta, op.ostta ilie Franklin houe, iJafton, Ohio. j4uan im JAMKS KKHNAM, Attorney and Counselor at Law HBLLKPOMTAINB.OHIU,- WII.I. attend promptly to all bi.invis entrntf d to ni. varo. ue-juuiy .. HO UK McMAIIUBJ, B aFBlHE.BBIBJV.aAW) Of KICK NO. SiS, THIRD HTRKET, DAYTON, Itoom hfr'ofore ciccnplpd tiyJ.A McMahon, first door i wtut M. a.. Cnurch in Main at. aaisdiy T,r?THO)AI O. LOWK,'T ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON, OHIO, WIM. give protTt't Mtentioi, to all buiinem en trust led to htH rani. , o fries tn trornifin'it lntiMinff, Third itreL aultty Dry Goods. REDUCED FEIGES. ,S. HO S 33 BE BR"? " 86 Halo Street. Dry ftoods Down Since Septem ,. ,., tbcr. , , , ; llavluC Jviit Uouht my lfislalv Vtck (iRKAT l)K(LIK OF GOODS AM NOW OFFKKINO MANY OF MY COODS at 40 to 50 Per Out. Lower Than Ibrv war. Ualt lis ICaatora CICIaa tm Wo.ka asja II K It I 1' O 9 , Thau worth $3 US, t soil at . . II.4LMORAL SKIUT8, Wartli fl BO, I sell at (4 SO. ( liaki, Shawls, ( lonklng ' (j 1 0 t b 1 '" ' NUMlfi CAN KICKL. Canton Flnnneli, ' .Bleaebed Muslin, ' Browa Musli, Dreu Coodi, NONE SELL 30 0HKA1'. , , J. S. ROSEBEURY, novl8-wtf 80 Main Street. Military. J. I or e ii I i ATTLMIO ;VtTEUAS ! ! ! Tji i- ConJs-.ioj.. tinnT or Omti, Iuvtum, Oaio. tKrmb?r 1M4. ) THM Vimr DptrtNnt hut iwllioruea ty orKtuU Mtin of 4ku -. . . . .1.1 First Corps of Veterans, m- C NI) SCll MAJ.fill. HANCOCK, Ot ablo-bndiod whllo snoa who havoaorvvd taeyoafS, aod h.ve bwo Ih.uoihI y diiH'tiard. TliftimMOT ortfaniHlion 1. Jauuiiry 1, 1SB8, an4 as tv time ia atiort. 111 which ttoo opportunity to oator this (JorpaelUtoUl, application siu.t to wadslmmo diaioly. . Rtcrvili mil reeeiv tkrit kundrtd JdUrl I bounty immtdmlely on bting muttrrfi I eT.rww ttrvict, to retain their arm mi a memento 0 H0,rble M PlstlaguUked fJrl. m i -. , , - M, r....... 1. 1 1 . . n. Inlluk. ' . .... ingioa VETERAN8."' FALL" IN MnJ ftod A. A. Q V. Vol. Act. prof. MetrtUl. ds6dw4t - - DANIBL It, CARSON'S KtsTATE .yi 'IN boon pnoiBkxa tvu4 uaitti m AtftnutiMruur ssu ih MUU of lMBit E. Ci laioof atul4ou avmntv. tiitUOatMd. " e-s.''""' it. K. IOIM. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE XXXVIIIth Congress 2d Session WASHINGTON, January 19. HOUSE. Mr. Dawes called the attention to the fact attending the trial and correction of Major II Hastings and offered a resolution which was adopted directing the Secretary of War to communicate to tb House the record of the case of that afticer, whose sentence for the frauduleni embezzlement of $20,000 dollars, was commuted to loss of rank, pay and emol uments for six months. The .Speaker announced Messrs. Sruiib of Kentucky, Bcbo&eid of Pennsylvania, J. Cot len of Illinois, Hubbard of Connecticut and Drown of Wisconsin, as the Select Committee yesterday authorized to be appointed to in vestigate the alleged charge of corruption and malfeasance, against I.ucien Anderson, a member of tb House of Representatives, in aonnection with the proceedings of General Payne, in Kentucky. On motion ol Mr. Miller, ol New York, a resolution was adopted instructing lb Com mittee on Ways and Means to enquire into the expediency of essessing one per oetit. on the first six hundred dullaia of tb income tax Mr, Call from tha Committee on the Pacif ic Kailr jil, reported a bill to aid in th con strnction of a Railroad, connecting th Pacif ic road from California to th Columbia Kiv- r, Oregon. 1 he consideration of the bill was postponed on. week from to day. On motion of Mr. i-lliott, the Committee on Commerce was instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending the steamboat law of 1862, by proviiling ealeguarda on th appoint ment of pilots, by local boards appointed for the purpose, with leave to report by bill or otherwise. Mr Pendleton introduced joint resolution, wbich was referred to the C'.u.u.u.rt uu Ways and Mesas, declaring that fifty per cent du ties no imports in the act temporarily increas ing inch duties, approved April IV, lab, was due and payable only while the act was in op eration, and that all excess of duties be re funded. Mr. Noble introduced a joint resolution, wbich was referred to the Committee on Mil itary Afaira, that the Secretary of War be in structed to give credit in any draft heretofore mad. for the hundred dsvs men irnm ubio and other States. Mr. Hubbard, of Connecticut, offered the following: Whkkeas, A circular has been issued by Provost Marshal General try, which is in the WAR DEPARTMENT, PROVOST MARSHAL GEN'L'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON, January 20. CIRCULAR NO. I. The attention of acting Provost Marshal's ol States and boards or enrollment is called to the fact that quotas assigned under the call of Dec. 19th, 1864, for 300,000 men, must not be reduced except by actual enlist ments in Ihe army, navy and marine corps, since the tvtn u It. JAMES B. FRY, Pro. Mar. Gen'l. , ! And, Whereas, Such order is unjust to lo calities that have, in good faith, filled their quotas by enlistments in advance ol the said calls, therelore be it Heiolved, That Ihe Committee of Military Affuirs be directed to inquire whether some meaure ahould not be adopted tn obviate th hardships that will rasult from such a con struction of tha law, and that they report by bill or otherwise. Mr. Uoutwell said that he had been assured thai there would not b such hardship as the gentleman from Connecticut (Mr. Hubbard) apprehended. Mr. Schenck remarked that the Provost Marshal Oeneral had, in a conversation with him, explained all ohjectioas away. Full credits would be given tor all men pnt in be fore the 19th of December. There was ao necessity for the paesnge of the resolution, as no injustice was designs 1 against any section or locality. Mr. Hubbard withdrew his resolution. Mr, ficbenck said Ihe bill amendatory of the (Enrollment Act was not printed. The Comwitte on Military , Affairs bod made amendments as far as posaiblo, having in view greater ellicieney in its operations. I he con ideration ot the bill was assigned for this day two weeks. Tb. House than made the amendatory Kn rollment Bill th. order for two weeks from to day. Mr. Drandage offered a joint resolution tendering thanks lo Qrrifra! Terry and Ad miral Porter, and through them to the Array and Navy, for the capture of Fort Fisher. Alter debate, some gentlemen lor, and others opposed to immediate action, th resolution was referred to th Committee on Naval Af fairs. Mr. Cox, of Ohio, offered a resolution ten dering thanks to Major Oeneral Thomas for breaking and driving tha rebel forces from Tannesae. Tb resolution was referred to th Commit tee on Military Affairs. lbs House then resumed the consideration of th Executive, Judicial and Legislation Ap propriation out Tb claua appropriating two million of doilara to pav the accessary expenses in car rying into effect tb. several act ol Congress relating to loana and issue of treasury notes having been read. Mr. Morrill ottered ao amendment appro priating in addition 11,717,000 for procuring diee, stamps, printing, circulating the notes, Ao. Mr Washburne offered the following amend ment, thai no further expenditure shall be made for an experimental system of hydrau lic printiag nntil such experiment shall be duly astborised by law. Mr. Washburn said this mod of printing was an experiment which after a trial of mora than twenty yeara had been abandoned, f .'100, 000 had been expended in printing $.111,000. 1 be money bad been taken by Bpsncer M Clark and Mr. Stewart Gwyna, for th pur pose ol testing tb experiment, and thee man bad filed a eaviat for a protest, at th ex peas of tb Government. Mr. Moriill said that some of tb tate aieuta of Mr. Washbura srer eooeret and soma were not Congress bad authorized tb Tseaaary Department to establish a Printing tlureau, without limitation. What had bsea don waa ia pursuance of positive law. Hia Information era that there had beast losses increased in obtaining Machinery aow sales, but b hud asccrtaiiiod at the Trcarury De- partinunt that more ll.an lour times Inoie had been snved than bad been lost. Mr. Morrill s amendment was agreed to After several other atneiirlnirots the bill was passed, and tha House adjourned The Coirmitlee on Ways and Means heard arguments to-dny on the report of the paper duly. I he paper makers are in Washington in force, making a determined opposition to the SENATE. Mr Sumner presented a petition of the col ored soldiers at Camp Casey, Va , asking tn be allowed equal pay and bounty wuh other soldiers. Referred to Ihe Military Commit tee. Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committee, reported back the resolution of thanks to General Terry and his ctlicere and men for cotidact at Fort Fisher. The resolution pass ed unanimously. Mr. Urimes, Irons the Naval Committee, re ported back tb. resolution of thanks to Ad miral Porter and his oflicers and men, wbich was passed unanimously. Mr. Doolittle called up the joint resolution to appoint a Commitlea to investigate the treatment of Indians bv the civil and military authorities of th. United States, which was passed the Committee lo consist of three Senator and four members of the House Mr. Cbaadlar called up the bill to regulate commerce between the several States. Mr. Johnson maintained that Congress had oo right lo pass a law which would interlere with a charter granted by any State over the the internal commerce of a State which ha exclusive jurisdiction, and tb United States could not constitutionally obtain jurisdiction over the territory of any State without its con sent If a navy yard or arsenal was to be built, Congress bad first to gel that consent before it could locate such establishment It was at on time concluded that the right of establish ing post-oBices and posl-rosds gave Congress the right lo make suoh roads, but it hail since been decided by high judicial authority. It was now generally couoidered that this was only a right lo designate roads already estab lished. He contended for the right of the Camden A Amboy Kail rood to collect a tariff on pas sengers and freight, for the benefit of the Slate of New Jersey, and for the right on the part of the Baltimore Uhto Railroad to collect a tariff for th benefit of th State of Mary land. On motion of Mr. Morrill, Ihe bill was post poned unlil Thursday next Mr. Wilson introduced lb fallowing, which was referred to the Coram ittee on Fi nance. : Jietulvril, That the special income tax nu thorixed by the joint resolution, approved July 1st, 18C4, now remaining unpaid briper sons in receipt of salaries from the United States (Jnvernment, shall he eollected monibly installments in equal umaunts by Ihe disbarsing officers during the year lgtij, the 111 st installment thereof to be deducted from navment next following. Tha passage of this resolution provides that if any persona now in tho employ ol the (iov ernment shall resign, or b discharged prior to the first of January, 18KU, the amount ol such special lex remaining unpaid to the date of such resignation or discharge, shall he deducted Irom tho Dual payment lo he made to such persons. After tbe consideratioa of some private bills, the Senate weal into Executive session, and soon after adjourned. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. About Sherman and the Negroes. New Tore, Janusty 20. The Tribune's Wsshinclan special says One of the results of Secretary Stanton's visit to Savannah, ia to solve a doubt as to tbe soundness ot Gon. Sherman on the negro question. This soldiers' views and policy are those of the Government His treatment ol th negroes of Savannah has inspired llii-in with confidence, and they rely on him wholly. He has borne on his heart a great burthen for the benefit of their race in Georgia; and it is understood here that Ilia country will be electrified, in a lew days, by uu order Iroin him, portioning among thnui the abandoned Sea Island property ol fugitive rebel planters, anil establisbing them in their new freeholds, and laying tba foundation of a new social condition in th. South, whose superstructure but few politicians ia th country are now permitted clearly to see BLAIR GOES BACK TO RICHMOND—MORE ABOUT PEACE. Tb Herald's Washington special says: F. P. Blair, Sr , will start for Richmond again to morrow. Sine bis return ha baa been in frequent and and close consultation with the President and other leading members of the Adminis tration, bntwhat the character of his conver sation has been, or with what authority he now clothed, is as yel unknown. That be should so soon return is indicative of bis having been charged with some com munication by M". Davis, th tenor of wbich has not been mad publio, and which, in con nection with th. aucoesses achieved by our forces sinoehis interview with th rebel Exe cutive, and the evident disinclination of the mass of th Southern people to continue the war, induces belief on the part of the Ad ministration tbat th resources of statesman ship may now be usefully employed in con nection with a vigorous prosecution of mili tary and naval operations, to hrinir uhout a termination of tba cxistiug diUiruitirs. At all avaut il ia certain that be returns at once to the rebel capital This would indicate that Blair's first mis sion was more successful than was allowed transpire. More about Peace. New York, January 20 Richmond pa para contain a debet in the rebel Congress which show that Ihe Committe on Foreign Relatione, to which was referred the peace propositions, reported unanimously in favor of sending commissioners lo sua for peace. It also shows tbat this aoiion has produced a rupture between Jeff. Davis aod th Rich anond oligarchy oa oa (ids, aud Congress, representing the people, oa th olbr, whit.li, is shaking tb whole framework ol th. Consj federacr. Mr. Drr declared that th people were de termined that in sum form, tb statesman ship of lb country (ball b invoked in an honest effort to cad the carnival of deaih hy negotiation. I Taedebat i th suoal important wbicUsi ha oecarrsd during th war. - Ricbmoad paper r agaio abusing Jeff Davi,GsQ. Bra and allotbsrs, eioopt Lao, fer allowing Kort Fisher to fall. They again call tor Kef as l'ntaior. I The H.-nlinel, hnring t,iihliihed an article Uernnticiug thefcace rMOlutiotis as tiruoli, an ex 'tttntr dchhte took plnr tn Ihe tionae, in which the Sentinel was roughly handled. Jeff LIbvis whs ncuused of endeavoring to intimidate advocates of an honorable and peaceful settlement of tbe war. In the House, also, there was a debate on ibe proposed repeal nf tbe exemption l-iw, Mr. Marsbull, ol Kentucky, was in fevor of a clean sweep nf every man in the country. He said Ihe rhde bad not begun to tight yet Others said that the country needed farm ers, and that the people should be divided iulo soldiers anil producers. The Richmond Whig say: The proposition which came from Jeff, lis vis in repeal ihe exemption law, righfully finds but little favor in Congress. The Uichuiond F.xainiuer suggests that nil the cotton at Wilmington be burned, as the pott being closed, the place is no longer of any consequence, and may lell into the bands of the enemy. Ihe R;chmond Enquirer, acknowledging tbe port closed, stys: Mow, tor the brxt time, wo are throw apon our own resource. Duller could have taken it on Christmas day, but he did not because he was afraid It would be folly to pretend that th port ol Wilminaton was not of great value to our cause, but that it did us much harm is equally clear. Butler. Washington, January 19. The Tribune's says : General Butler turned over to his successor a hall a million of dollars, the proceeds of taxes on sutler's and other traders and other money. It is rumored that Senator McDongall of California, will resign. Ridiculous Rumor. New York, January 16. The Tribuue'e Montreal correspondent, for whose truslwor thines th Klitor vouches announces a pro posed rebel mid over 'he border, for the pur pose of releasing the prisoners in Clinton pris on, and that Platsburg, Keville, Burlington, Waterbnry of Vermont, and Haverhill New Hampshire will be visited Railroad Accident. ! Cleveland, January 2 Yesterday morn ins two cars of the express train, on Ihe C O. A C. Road, were thrown off the track near Wellington, by a broken rail, rifteen persons injured, but none killed. From Before Mobile. New Yomk, January 20. The Tribute's correspondent, writing from before Mobile, on tbe (ilb, says: As ma ters now rest, th advantages of sit uation are largely on otr side, Divided as to our intentions, most of the rebel forces de signed to protect the Mobile k Ohio Roilroad, and the navigation nt th. Alabama and lorn highee rivers, are fnr up in the interior, or eUe scattered, in Iheir endeavors to cover vulnerable points of railroad, as to have no greet strength. Furthermore the fear of another raid from Vicksburg or Memphis, will not permit them to ulter the present disposition of their troops They cannot make a mpveinnut without en datiuering Ilia communications of Mobile. This state of affairs being taken ndvantigo of and such movements and dispositions b'Mni' made ai promise speedily tooumptt tbe wall olthe city . General Grander is already active, while tioops en iind iH tir I'uur-a'iulu river will tint be tar behind. 1 expect soon to write to you of heavy fitil ing on Ini'd and water lu reHpLiitio to inquiries about the reported rapture ot w iliniuifion,tlie Wfi.xlimton ni-enl of the Associated I 'ess telegraphs as lollows: Washington', January 20 I have this Din inc-iil returned from the Navy Department I heard nothing there about the capture of Wilmington. Monitor Blown Up. New Yore, January 20 The US Trans port Fulton, Iroui Port Koyal, 17th, has ar rived. The Monitor Petupsco was drslroyed off Charleston, nt 2 A M nn Ihe 17ih, while doing picket duly, by a rebel torpedo. Forty or filly of her crew weut dowu wilb her. Nam' a not ascertained. Dm the night of the 14th, tbe 17tb corps, cnmnianded by Gen Hatch, advanced on tbe Poca'oligo Orie, on the Charleston i Sa vannah Railroad, and captured it tsttulher wiih fortifications and twelve guns, losing in I lie charge, forty men killed and wounded. The guns were spiked. The enemy evacuated during tha nip lit, and fell back towards Charleston. From Richmond. Wasiiikutov, January 20. The Riclnnind Examiuer of the 20ih say: News waa unusually scarce yenletdsy There was unirilcrrnp'ed telegraphic commu nication between Richmond and Mobde, but so far as we rouid leurn, not a lit:o of news, ollinial or otherwise, wa received. Th reort of Scddun's retirement from the Cabinet has not been confirmed, nor, indeed, any of tbe in more nf biirh military and pu liticul appointments circulsted by sanguine persons in tbe pant few days Wo learn ihat Ihe Secretary of War hue directed the Provost Mrbal of Fredericks burg to release Mr. Fool from custody. It is uncertain wht tlier he will now procetd lo Waihington or return lo Richmond. Dayton Market. DAYTON, January 20. i I . ' 1 H ARSUMAM'S Fl.Ol'li !U-d wheat, wboleaalo f 9 00. Retail f 10 00. WHEAT 41 3 CORN 100 DATS 70. RYK I 2. BARLEY tl S0(.J160 TEAS $2 60(.2 00 COFFEE 8(kVjSc SUGAR 30. SUGAR 2.VuV2H(,30c, per pouud. COFFEE SUGAR Hie per lb. CRUSHED SUGAR 34c per tb. MOLASSES II 60 pr gal. lilUr. ZOO peril,. LAUD 23(j:)0 BUTTER loci 43 CHEESE 34 UTAIU'H 12,e per tb. SOAPS 2e per lb. DRIED APPLES ie12. BEANS Noo KGGS 3.'i(jui0 per do. TOIUCCO !W1 60 pnrlfj. SHOT if:, 7r(ff)fi UOper sack. I.KA1 2ru per n.. 1'OTATUKH $1 OlVSil 2iper bosh SWKET POTATOES $1 40 per Bushel. 1 HAY Timothy ff28(ti 3D per ton. WimivY-12 20 New York Market. Nkw York, Jan. 20 Cotton qniet at 1 01 Flour tlti II and lfto lower at 9 Host 95 for rxira state and 10 S.'iall (10 for round boop Ohio; Wheal, no receipts, dull and la2o lower; No 'i Chicago spring 2 13 for buyers all this mom) ; live quiet and Barley dull, Corn quiet and steady at 1 93 for mixed western ; Oats dull at 1 0ial Oti for western; Pork dull and lower at 39 25a40 new meks, :in;l8 50 one year old, and :i:t,')0 3 prime; I.ard dull and lower at 20a23c; Whisky quiet at 2 43 for western ; Petroleum dull at file for cruda, 71o for refined in bond, Bnd 9lc for fre; Dressed Hols lower at KIJ for western; . Sugar dull at 1 0 ij 2:tc for Muscavado; Butler 30a 4So for Ohio; Cheese quiet at l.")a24o. New York Stock Market. Nkw York, January 20. Stocks lower since board; Gold closed at 202; Money'plen ty at 6b7, ('hicr;o,Hurliiigion A" Qiiincy 119; KoRding 101; coupons lOtiJ; 10 40 s, coupons, 121; one year ceitilicates 97, United States si.vs of 1881. cou pons,! 10, New York Ontral 107J; Erie 170; United States sixes 07; 6-28 coupons, !lj; Sterling quiet at 95; 10-40 coupons 102 J; 7 30's O'.'r. US sixes of '67 135; 6-20'e. regis tered, rJ VAUtHLK HllMI.Mi Jt lOIIAtCtl LA MIS 'IN GERMAN TOWNSHIP, FOR SALE ON PARTITION. Samuel riumck unfi nth 7ilnt Mury Einenck mi-. o'M- i-m. i ."o. wj nuptTior unrt. IN Oimilieiu'p lo th onJrr of this Mninor Court of Ntmiuiiinfrv c( 11 t. Ohio, mnlt. in lh n tints. !, 1 will oiler h i dill e Auction, on tub raKMiriM, on T'i rwfav, Frbwnrit !fA, A. D lstl'., t?tvrrfMi Ui lioiirn ni LOAM, mitj 4 P. M.. th IbU lowing rrtl f-tfttrt, Inivlv nwiifri hy 1 he mart Linrru'k, dtxMH-i-it, mi Uprintth '1 omiihIiio, Muniiouitiy Cuiai ty.Ohio. living purtof ttt-i uua zi, iohii .'t, retti 4 w-t, '.. Pii'HMhlOil into lulu and imrt.-elu koU p- Jxtt Au 2 Hft'imiTiR at n pUntfrd eton nl for tlt northwest corner ol the norm t qumrif r ul aul mt t.on 'H tlM tiifi north ftV 4.7 tMtt-l, .oIh Ihr north lino ni eHti ipiartr lo iiHim-; thtm- nouth 3u46',f-t V i olri lu a miht trep J4 in. (hamMer, marked 'or a formT; thiirt uih MJ 4.V, mht M 4 lu pnlrtt tolhe nildiilt? of (lit Itprmfln'own ftt.tl Muliliv lowii lurupikvs ropii-; ttit-in eotrh lih" .V, went fi-l 3 1U i oln alotu HA'd ri")l torn e ;rucr; thfin'f foulh 4l" wi ul iih polv-R aluriB fHi1 nimliij a 'orur; ihem e south 44" Ui, wem 24 2 lu pole, to a plain eii Mmip lor the ev.uih"-l corner ot aaul quaiLer m!ioii; thncf north 4-, wont ioii 6-Jy po(s tUong the vf-t line orHi(l iiirl r weft inn to ihe pi nee ol i-otimniliii; oontHiimit; nixt) ihree (ii.'i)erew, more or np pmirseit al Hixty (irii) lollMrtt per iaire, $ f )rel to the payment ol ten fulliir pur miDUin Ui barah l3i itn r iiunnn her maiui" I tile nui to h,r hlo estate in Uia lion-" auil lot art ol iomie) Duw wru(.oi by her. Jjit i'o. 3 -Hej.'inninn plntifsH pinnn net fr.rthe HOiithwer-tcnni'-ro aaoi pmrier nx!tion; tltfiieenorlfi 44" liii, t-HNi 24 a-10 l o vn alon tt.e Ueniiriniov, n ami MiJulciuwu uirnpiko rcaii toa eornor; thfiitu north tfH, et OK polt r- alonHairt ro-i ton enrnr; th-ne4 Huuth iTJ . eait 'VI pules to r tnki on th omh hn ol nHid qimruri theiice coiilh Hti", nent WW pole to th niihe nl tf mtiumK. rontmninii Ibd atr-stt timr or lefr, apprHtM-Ot'tc oj ilvu tr, at It ny (4"; dul.aia per acre. IsU Su. 4 ItepiitninK at Hie foutliem-t comer of lot No a, mi the iilh iiheel khkI imri r wertioo; thene H' nil 'J.r, Vst'-t tVl pnlen In ihe tnulile ol th.. tier rtian'(vin and Miulletown turiiioke roi; iherve north IV, n ai Ii 4 III ?n t.hnt -hiU rotm lo a i uonif i; Iheiii ti r-mith 7J' , i'h-i :iw polr to s-tuke net for a iMi'iiiTi thenci- n-'ittji 3 ' 40. e;tst 'A y-lo p,,t to aetHko on i ij" oiuh line if i j iLMitcrt m-t lur u cor ner; I heiu-e oMtli Ws-M polen alolitf tho dumb. . hut ol f itul ipmrter lo the piM folln L'miiini, i- iiinni mrf til ."f.l H4-1.-H, HVTV or lens-, Hj p;Hrt j, tut- t ,luer, at fill (.lit) ti.-liMita imt a -it. hit Ao. c lli'iumi u iti a pldiiti i More set f r the miiiji h M-t eoriH'i ol rm 1 1 iHHrti-r Mt-f ,011; thftiee sonih bn ", wsrst lu pe-H HHitiK ton -oti-h line ol vrml -juaiur to st st i 'i ti e :i i i.r h i ornt r ; tt noi i Ft :J 4, e-l it'.' 'i-lo i "leu in a Ni..kr ( r toe iioiih- a--l t-otner ot l,i. No 4, th. i.--e Mulh 7 ' i Mr-I 4J poit-e to -t:.k on th ! Ini" ni -ioii nu;trl ? , net nr a i or n-r, 1 In ti-t '.uti 4, 4 iht -it) poli-r to the nlnoe 01 bkjiaiu iiii, cont mi.Mi U sh inTf", ii. rue r It-Hst, pi Hiau, Inn Irolit itosiiT, HI reei.ty (VII t ttt -Iihi ft ptsr a. r-. Lot ,o.ti - tjniihifli itt the thtftt eurner of I,ot No. A; Ihf net' hui Ih 7-'", Wf l ho p,,. lo ili utm lie ol the tsei in;inu. n :im( Mohfh i.-n Uimpik rojui; thi-n tiortii .i I.V, ewrit :t lo pole nion. roa.i to a hi ikt t iJnr in'orner; ij.ttif.. -otoh i-l 4.'.', -nl ti (M.li-s t. h :i.ke si t lor mcrmrim ih -it t line ol fioil nimrt. r r.H-ti. n, thfttee ftHllIt a1 4o', etrtt 4o pot-e uloiii; the . uM 111, ol fiu.l .pi-rt. r to Uu- (I 'no ol l-i'it nioli, 'ontfomnir li ' I n ia-, niiMi or lem, Hfi-prui-itl at til; ) uoiiri pr i.-ie, iren Irom ijower. Nt tiher pitn.'r'l iin fell for leu than two thirda ol the up, rauaeiltelil Ihelro , 'I lLlIMH OV t-ALK. t)i e-thinl r ( pun ! money pafahie on dy of Kak; the renidur iu npitl Hyinettti iu one ami two yearn- Iroin oy ol a, w hh uiu rmt, ami m uiej oy tnorfiwe on i ho i n iiiiMf-. OI KIN ft IT ruvu(t.. Nhi ritl ol Moi'tt n.ery ( ouuty.O. Cokovke k Craiuiiais, Alt y, ji,; Wi PKTlTIOrf FDR PARTnhix.""""' Uffiry M.ti'hh.rl, : lhrl..o Knn Ochhurl and Mary M lUi'hart, v. Am h.t R. Heiiernian, John A. Helli rniMn, 1'i-t. r tr-l-h irt, Kom tia K. (tehnan and alien tiehhart huperinr Court of Montajorn mry t'onuly, Oh o. Petition tor PaclMicn. AMKLIA K. IHCf.Lt.KM W.John A. Heliennan. i'eter . ift lurl, Roast ia O, (.fia.fi an4 Uih-n tVI-hait will UKe not ten iht ft Petiiton waa hleil aitHin-t jhein on theltsihday nt aVs-rniher, A. i in the Kiiisrior Court ot i 'onticomery Coun ty, t tnto, t'.v ileury Si Oi.hart, i'athavr.ue Ann oeo hiot Mttry M. (iehhari, and i ro enliig, wlnTi'in HfiifT M tieiih-irt , t:l.'tai'iiMi Ann tifhhMrt, HuU Mnry M Jt -tthart 4eiiiani prirtuion o( the U-lltm ant rewl eiif-, lo-vvil: situ-, e in Hi" Cinity of Montpomerv Rpri Stf of Ohio lest iisi a prtoi Hie aoutha-al quaiier of .. tiori No. t, l4.nlilp No. , name 6 s It iimii . at the piuthl corner of the lre li Ml p,.r. ., a 0 w. Irtifn llm aection rorner al a Mene; thttie n. tif.- Itu 5 iser-'tfa aloiuf 4Mhhnrt' tiou no to m aione. hene o. 4o. w A't an )oo pen'he. i aU'fific WeaTe-r t ninl it a atlion hoe lo bihq; Ihenee m MiJ, w. ln .'iti iM-reheo aloa KooI'm hue lo ' a "lo..e; lhen-r wuuth 40, e ao pen h it 1.,nc Jn 1 enh i-lut i"' iltia lo Hi4 il re ol tse(innint(. ' taming , (6.-) i4iy ti aere. more o.- leioa. Aleo it-la nunt 1 lsre.l 'rt)-oiue, tlnv, tl l) -one and finy-iwo (4. tu, j it an-i Hi, uo .Ur.iyi i.ti .1 (,n a plat ot ihe nuMi'tiMoa j r(.Hrt oi ss-ctiftn No t. t-wn a. ranie 7, inaft ! ih-i lure fiTi-l Hn H, muI r-orilol on iha r'nla I Ol MolHOllltry (,llfH V , OtlM, III plt book A, plte 1 t'j.totiinlts iii M I'tisj -ii town-titp, MootKOmery Csuit- Ily , o,tn. ao.l that, at l lit KVonmrT leini. I!, ol ti.l t;ourl, i e tsl Henry M, UMiart, ht-rin A. (ve).hfiri and Mnry M tshhrt will apply lor an or : Oer, that pk.ru n ju may t- nonle i! nit ir nnea. I H l.NKV M UKHMAK I , I IH KINK ANN (.KHHAhT, f M Alii M. UKllUAkr. Aium Cut, Att y. iir17tialw NEW S'l'OVE STOKE. bovkh nsaaTKR. MAXUF ACTDRERS OF 'inofK ntsves, vivid, nuT Avr anrirT jty IKON l-l,ifw, H,iX. AM) H'LI.KR KToV Ul,l DWAKK, M'l.AR hk I I l.KH A,- , a,,, Cniti m rf awry dt-n. ti,Hon ia.l, to ordf r. ' I Uar-r.-om No. . 'Jwrua alrl. oiiuaaita (tea IMarKllli)U ,r ' I KHia.lry uu fay arj strrM. cmr l.'i.llnw, IrU)D. ' Ohm. . , AtoYKK M. MASTKa. I auvIT iisarf . . . , N O T I O lfl - 0 -Hn aLL. J. L M'LLta . LlMMV . niHK uu lera-ttuM hava t-4itieJ nn otH 'e in ihia 1 -itt.r lffntipi- ol firiiihiMr rifun n.i ' 'ilwtit if.. in nil the t ,,u of lha auh .tiilrictn in il. ' Thirl t-oi'tfT!tonal i.mn -t o Oh a.ua W th lnt caJt o4 Ihts l'rss-i.ont for mi mKl men. IOffi'' on 1 Htr-1 airp -4, on door 4 tk FUf e, tip alaini, room No 1. 4J4artf atlH UtLL, M1LLKR LANQ1XV,