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s TV If City and Other Matters. Low. Wood bos sold us low as (ivo cents per foot on tho streit, Coi'NTmtFKiT. Spurious Groimb.-icks of the denomination of $5 are in circulation. IIi'ry. At the Provost Marshal's office. The force employed fin J nil that llit-y eundo do 01'The quotns of llie scleral wards mid townships are not precisely ssccrlnined. Il is thought that (100 men will ))e required (rem tho county, t , , . ...... Beahti t, -"Wq. like Qoo. Butler," says lb,, Journal. ' ftin reminds an of tiie well known line : "A fellow fet'linft unities up wondrous kind." IteSA petition was piesented in she Ohio Senate lest Wedntiilny from the Sandu.ky, Dayton and Cincinnati Railroad Company for a law to restrain domestic animals from run ning at large. Stili. Cot.n. The intense cold continues without sensible abatement, though we thii k it would he quite sensible for' If In moderate The effect Is viaihle on the market. Turkeja were held at $2 apiece this morning. "Mas ah A Fish." A. lunutic in n pri Tale asylum in Southern Ohio has heen en gaged for two jeursona book entitled "Mini as a Fish." When finished he will Bend n Copy to the loc il of the Journal for review. Wwj. ftAirTJie JXMitiiiai InlolligeBcrr, speaking of the adoption of the resolution to inqnire ialo arbitrary arrests, says: "We hope it will ond in the entiie resurrection of the civil law, except on ground covered hy actual miliinry operation." S. I). Ic C R R R (1 Cnrwin, of Mont gomery County, Inane 8 (jurilncr, of Lilian County, and It. W: Shawhan, of Seneca Coun ty, have heen appointed hy Governor Brnuga as directors' ori 'ths part of the. Stale, in the Sandusky and Cincinnnli Railroad Company for I8C.5. I5tn Sai.akiks The chief business of tho Legislature is to increase the salaries of Pi n puhlican ollice-holdi rs. The pay ofSupieine Judaea is increased to fit, 0(10, and that of Common Plena Judges to f'i OHO. Members of the Lcgisliitme aie also to he salaried i t $500 per annum. , . A HAtit) Stiiiiv V nil! infoiini-il that among the reh d prisoners who passed through here some days ago, was a young man, destitute, ol shoes, and with fn . -u feet. An old lady, coininiaerntiiio; his pitiable condition, drew i IT her rubber overshoes and presented them to I he aiiU'erer. A loyit) citien expressed a desire to have her arretted for this "ireasoniible" lu-l.f Wki.i. Tut. The Philadelphia Age, in commenting on the almost unanimous ndop. lion, by the House, id Mr. Hanson's resolution of inquiry into arbitrary nrrcsla, niyc: "If, then, the facts am ko powerful as to wring almost unanimniH concession, even from a House the majority of which is composed, o political friend l . llm President audi ibis Cabinet officers, what most be thought' of an adniinirsrniion which still mntntnins nnd defends this abominable despotism and tyranny?" SrKiccil or tin. PhNDi.p.ToN. We are obliged to Hon, (ieorgn II. Pundleloii for a copy of his speech on the Constitutional Amendment. We had intended ere this, to lay v'f f,.,.,1Jfir?i''lrA'.H1.! pitvy.'i W-l were ouly prevented by a scarcity oTco.npos. itors. This trouble will be remedied soon, and we hope next week to publish it in full It i s a speech oftrniiffenilant ability, unrqoallt d at this session of Congress, aad rarely, if ever, surpassed at any previous session. Kveu the Republicans do hnmaio to the great talents and high character of Mr. Pendleton . I'tii B. We have a little too much of irood"iVinir"iu.i ilia, iac rumo'rs lr wav of Philadelphia. Jeff. D,tiayl,and the rebel Congress, are not so ready to wilt down represented But peace is coming. It is a n.,...il.. The bond holders demand il: and they are a power which the people of this country do sot yet appreciate, but will undoytand fully in tWujure. TJik oHstitutt,' an i0nteAf"''"'J'l'fi'K4 atfstuWi rev: who will have much to sav for all future lime, in the Government of the people - Another year of war would put their immense investments in "imminent and deadly per l." - ' Nkari.t Pi.aykii Out. Uueof our worthies citizens a whole hearted, patriotic, Coustit tulional Uniou Democrat showed us an- anonymous letter, which he h;id received from souse sneaking and cowardly malignant. threatening him and his children with futuro infamy, because he adheres to the party which supports the Constitution of our lathers, and maintains that the liberty of the white man i) tob pfeserVed'at all hazards, and without reference to 'the condition of the1 black." The"' fellow bd wrote' IhU, knd all who ' talk 'thna are 46" Ignorant' it b'6t to know thathere"is no e'xaraplb It lili.fo.'y orinfuuiy htiuc-lng tO the memory of any man aho defonded" Couslltulioiial Government and tiie liberties of the f'eobJe.1" The 'me'ii 61' fnfaniy the names that are odious, and "linked with' a "curse" are itiose wfioudhe'ied'lo usurpers and despotsi aiding them to betray and trample 6a ite rightsJbe.sjsopkail ,,liH A MIIIHII III A Spicy Letter. ! sovereign citiion, I have been metamorplior. d lulu a mark lor experience sharp-shooters'. In all this I think I dalrd considerable of a full my coantrymeri. Pori'lyoof But; at I before slated, I am digressing. I used tp, ba proiij.uil luy auUjrapb, and fwa llalWeed 'myself, that it lusked mil upon paptr. Hut since I have seen it" on till enrollment list I havw 1 channd ' rh ' Views It HlMIKN ON Tnii lluiKB, AND 1 j K Wll ERE Mr. Etlitnr of the Empire: The phrenologi. cul department, where the peacock stmts in the hi nd nf old " K D. M ," Morrow, Ohio, is about the dimensions of a Pennsylvania b'vrnynrd.tiuid when the vain bird struts and spreads his gaudy pltimai;, the whole caboo dle of the poor man's families are overshad owed with vanity; and, feeding upon this, his intellect has become deplorably pot -bellied, so to speak. Like the bowels of our Great Oovefiior, If is larger and more Capacious than it need be, anil is fast approaching a state when it will not only be a burden to himseif, but a nuisance to society. Already the great lul greasy thing, heated by the fires of negro fanaticism, drips not only inconti nently, hut incessantly, and, most melancholy to relate, like the liver of one of the illustrious victims of Jupiter, it grows as fast as it is ci .iin rued, if not faster. The Cincinnal' (ii."tla and Ub readers are the chief sufferers, lint I am wandering from my subject Don't call me your "own" correspondent. That would be absurd. I am Abraham Lincoln's correspoudent, body cud breeches. The relation which exists between that gentle old cuss and myself remiuds me of that which exists between myself and the sandy barrow in my stye, and may best be described, perbpai by that trite and laconic sentence, which your readers will all recollect having seen before, to wil; "youra truly." Hut to return to uiy subject: Thero is one striking pecur liarily abou't-'thie tev and that' consists' In the fuel thai it is "lieaulilully locnted." This is the opinion cfour most prominent cilizenr About ,lhre foui,lhs of our, population arc lawyers, and justice of an ixielleut quality is dinpensed with a lavish hand. Tho village is also heavily timbered with the stuff that loyal Congressmen are made of. llarren Districts supplied on reasonable terms Clsiyymcn who, preac'tvjie -gospel ;of wa bloodshed, and hale, are also to be found here in considerable numbers, several of whom huu;,)wi!lves, ,jn readjoers, to certify to the efficacy t! all sorts ofpftiertt medicineH, cheap 'lor cash or approved country produce. They solicit a share' f 'laiblio smtronage. As I said belore, the town is beuulifiully located, and is-interseeted at regular intervals hy both streets and nil.') a. The court house is an an ic nt and imposing structure, and is built, with singular pu-pritly, iu the' .court house yard. '1 he building is an object of much in lereBt ywiug to jhe niouieutous fuc that I pint ol whisky and a silver quarter, are plas tered up in one of the corners of the lounda- lion wajl, i lofien sigh, to redact that the iibnTe-wflWiy Is flow upwards 61" ltitriy"yeurn old, and that the wlj inhibits not the slightest evidence ol decay. I mention these facts in virw.ilks probability that a, vols wiH 'be ltf ken ut our next election to decide upon the pnpritiy,ol building a new temple of justice,-?- They will have un iuipnrlaiit bearing upon the Usue. I think ol bniugouo of the candidates myself, subject lo the decision of the conven tion.. , f will now resume the thread of my niiira'.ivu As I snid before, don't cull me your "own," 'but rnlher your "reliable" cor respondent. If I'm anything I'm reliable, and iu lu connection 1 will remark that the members of our bchool-bourd ate in. u emin ent for their piety and learning. Volunteer ing is progressing briskly, and the' weather continues sultry. Our citiz.-ns are delighted with the practical operation , of the inlerunl revenue law, ou account of the charming equality of the bnrdeiis it imposes. The poor ai'n'i l)e to piy very much, while llie rich are aiU hot only (9, avoid, paying , any thiii; hnt1 Id draw' a' gold Interest ' from th (iovernnjent instead, of several percent The defunct slave oligarchy ( will by this means be succeeded by a' lii nt ralo"lbyal Gov rrnmejitdt..nd Oligarchy.- Hence I msy say that ll.e tux law in question is a most pow crlul ami conclasive argument against porer' ty, 1 1 tw resolved tO'Hccumulate a fortune Asking pardon for lUl.i disgression. I will now proceed directly with my subject,, which I will endeavor ' to exhaust. 1 When the In quiry was made, formerly, an' to how much a man Wits wuilh, it was. always understood w relat.iia; " this worldly possesions. More, however under the b.aidt. mlluBiioe of lb " t'vtb.at.on" wh.cb is about to asset I '"lf. "' Interrogation, spplies to a ma ! Pr8t,y n""-'0 ' Joe 1 " 'BU "u s""'". y ib reuec- 'ion. tkat.aJtW.afh lb. sandy barrow da my f " Heumcr 1 Bul' " " a"ney in lt 'ket. VYhether I 1 u be. I"1 to continue to nurse by j mJ ereaaiasi is using prepareu, is I " l'" which has passed not only from i my jurisdiction hot from that of my wife, as !Wel. Do mestio propositions of that stripe I sre now decided by machinery. ' Machinery, j Hi,) in place, at being .oerniiltad to select my :(,W(i company, as formerly, I am now subject t fc tbri,w0 uy Ilia turuiug of a crank into ,i!ie noddy of homshells and other uufrisjdly ' chrl.lmn contrivances,, Woe is me :' From a doseul. UiikHas ' well ..ihereil evsn, -'S it ' frequently vaed to at (lie hot ton nf a due bill. If . I am drafted,,. I think 1 will 'beiueath it to my beloved COMiltrj, and if it should be slaiu, J will endeavor to worry along throngh the balance of my days with one less distinguished. When considered without reference lo any question of fragrance, there's a devil of a sight in a name these days. It is by his name that a man is repre sented in the modern wheel of doom. It is by our names that we are made the very sport, jointly, of fate and of fools. If we must have drafts in this country, I am in favor of having a wheel large enough to contain all the persons subject to the same, bodily llie re spective quotas to be selected with exclusive reference to the opinions of those composing them, on the subject of nigger equality and then designated by being kicked out I In conclusion, therefore, and by way of getting back to my subject, I will stale that a "coiortd substitute" was purchased here yesterday morning, for a fifty cent shitiplaster. His name was Parched Kye, Esq , a prominent abolition citizen. My name is PURE I. CARRON. About two weeks ago, 1865. N II General Butler at New York on election day, and General Duller at Lowell any day of late, has reminded me of the liar ber's sixth or seventh brother, just before, and just after he kicked over bis stock of glassware, New Meat and Provision Store, M. Stockert, at his stand on Market street north side, a few duors west of Jefferson, is daily supplied with Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Sausage, Potatoes, Cabbage, Beans, Kggs,&c, ic , all fresh and ol the best quality. His old friends nnd, cqsluaisrs, , and, the putjljo, are invited to give him a call. Sk'yThe Ilarmonia Society will hold their next Annual Masquerade on Monday evening, February 13th, Judging from the character of the entertainments herutuloiu civcn by this Society, we confidently predict that it will bo one of the most pleasant and argeea blu i t the season. . Aiiknts WakTkd I 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 filled hy R. Maphet, City Hotel, I - I J. 3. Roseberry No. 86 Main street is offering his Dry Goods at 40 to 60 per cent, below September prices, having .bought since the great decline. I Go see them. It is ali true. - Nkwkounbi.anu Dctia ron Sai.h. Any per son in want of a superior breed of Newfound land Dog Pups, would do well by calling soon at the southeast corner of Fifth and Ludlow streets, where they can be seen. 8sjyfio to John W. Darst's, corner Second aid Jefferson streets lor your Fall and Win "er Dress Goods,; also, Cloaks, Shawls, Car pets, Ac,, just received. dtf. Attkxu Tim GntAT Sale I Of Muslins, and all kinds of Dry Goods, at 0 V Iluber t Son's Auction Room to-night. - Professionl Card. LAW NOTICE. C. L VALLANDIGHAM, JJAS RRbUMKU TUB PRAOTIO OF LaW. Orriri (for tli nrnMntt at bii retidenve. No.' 328 Fiil mrptt, Itaytoit, Ohio. t ,;... 4 riu nouaa from ioa n. in mree r. M. lUYTUV, t. N0TimtMrl2ltl. iHfil. DOTlStf T O I U IN TEK 8. Printing Office for Sale. rpUK oWr'twoflhiv "Cuir,M lorntod at 8tubD- 1 v nits .icnr-oD rnii'ii y. omo, h lot tti. For unrhculftrM, aitdr?N l I.CHUN A ROYRR. 1'ayion, Ohio. f.1t)R BAI.I 4ni4TeHof 'and, nil mi I on Houth of P K onion, Hardin umiti.y, OIm, lying un both ri)ih ut' ttio (y'lnttinnitti and baud unity Itailroad. ninr ilud Nfinvillc Hhttion. 'I litnd lifs rolii-j, and ia iimtrKi with ah( ina ftf, Mftlnol, 4-hiry, Nun, h. kory, Ac. hkt Hibm good HprlmH of wiuir, a valuable wur owar on hilrer t'fHrk, Iwi-n y fM brad, wun i.eh mtwlr bctUoma. Onlv iiii.-ivt)ii):drt, a ruhin with atMHit til Wen tvrtM C Ifiircd. Ti wood nn U Uud, d cuiand hHuld to lht rilrtasl, will my (oe ihe Innd. Kir uini hiii i nihr (inniouUr, apply J. H Pnei,or W. V. MarUia, Ulteloniiina, o. Hlilwit 1)X:KK.T BOOK LUST On 8turday lrl (h nl ihtiIut I oh. a hrastii PonUel Uimk rooUsntiiK b twfwn Hiiven aud doMara in money, a nmaii fior tion in H.irnr Mtanv", nod clixck HarstimnuA Oorman'a Hank foe MM, payatrln In Kiirliu Millwr. 'I n ttoderwd! pleantj ietirn Hi Forkel Hook to lh HtilskiTirr, nr lo Mr. Bnell, ner th Four Mi la Houp on Ilia Vandaia P ke. Tha payment of lha check line ten vorpd. Jl,- ELIZABETH MILLER. T II E DR J I? T. 800,000! PREPARE FOR THE DRAFT! CUKIHT. R HKCKLKK, FRANK ORAUMANN, HH:HAHD CUAMHKKri, JOHN P.bUaNK ARK nrparJ to ma'-oonlnwlnand Hit lha quota of TowohlttpH and Wardu unir lha call fur JtK nK) VoitDlni. trrmiUaon maka ooolrat ta with flitter of i he itt.ova par ilea, aad kav thair tuotaj (stHimpily lil'ed. orFIt'K, KO. H TIIIKD STRUT, Over Kquir Bloppel man's snles. Address Ihrcugh i'oxt.rit.) t , , ileMMm 0. R. HECK LICK C. M, B. IOSUAM, s. a. joasAs. ' JORDAN & JOHDAN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW .X. V tOUXKR PUUKTI AID WiLKl'T. deJi.ls.lw ; .CINOlNNaTI, 0. ., ,. Farms for Sale, . . rpflR andrlsnsd, residiagla OnsnviUa.O , nnrs J lur twltt a tMlu.uls fsrm uf shi acrea ul Issd, M 'r. un.lt r eiilllvanen, with a brick aoue, aew uik trp. Dearly eiiiilled. a targ urt'liaid, and ia elm aallv .llu.ud ou Laa uiruijik les.tms trom Oreenviils to ei.u. S1, uiiImi ra.t uj Oetlf.bnru, D.rSsrotiDlji. Ala, siity surs ot taimvd land witbia oas aiUsa Urvenviiia. T trass bavraj. d.Uwi ' WILLIASI ALLIN. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE XXXVIIIth Congress 2d Session WASHINGTON, January 27. SENATE. Mr. Wilson presented a pstilion from th citizens of Kavannah tor cuinpcnsation lor losses sustained by the Destruction of proper ty by llie Union troops. Kelerred. -' ' Mr Clark reported several petitions for compensation to individuals for losses sustain ed by the war. Mr. Wilson presented the following, which 1 wus objected to: lietulted, That the Committee on the Con duel of the War, be instructed to inquire into and report on the aelion of Brevrf Mnjor General Jeff C. Davis, in preventing negroes who had joiued lha army iu its march ihioiifh Georgia, from crossing a creek known as Kb- nizer'sc reek, near Savannah, by burning ibe bridge alier his troops had crossed, ou the nilit of the 8lh of December last, many of these negroes having bean killed by Ibe rebel cavalry, or drowned in attempting to cross the creek on rafts, The above was accompanied by extracts from a letter from anlollicer in the army of Uen Hherman, setting Ions in detail, the Tacts connected, with the circumstances alluded to in the resolution . , . -'' 1 Mr. Pcmeroy otlered a joint resolutioi calling upon the Frvsideut to issue his proc lamation, declaring llie State of Arkansas to be no longer iu insurrection agaiust the Uni led Hiales, and authorizing llie resumption nf commercial intercourse between that and oth er Stales; and also declaring that the Senators and Representatives recently elected in that 8 ale shall b recognized and admitted to seats in Congress. Laid on the table, and ordered to be printed Mr. Conuess presented a resolutiou in structing the Secretary of the Treasury lo enforce the regulations for the carrying of passongrrs , between Hjsw , Lorsjj and' &tn Francisco, on the Aliaiiic side. The resoluUnu ; advising , retaliation was taken up and discussed by "'Mesnrs.' Johnson andllowe,. ,,.; I, H, Mr. Howard introduced a bill lo authorize the construction ol th Northern l'acilio Railroad system to Ontonagon, , Michigan, aud to provide for its conneclion eastward with' the Ohio, Indiana, Michigan aud Canadian, system raiiOads, to ; fort llurec, , Pilroit, '1 oledo, Fort Wayne an Dayton. Referred to Committee on Public Lauds. Mr Da ris IntiOiiueed a bill fn amend the act ie rcatiicl ilia jsri, Jiilidn of the CoSrt of Claims and to provide for the payment ol quartermaster's and subeitsenc ' furnished to tbearmy ol lb united State. - 11 also prrw vlUes Uiat le nrsl section ol toe. i,boveacl shall not embrace suits pending in the Court of Claims on lha 4th of July.' Bill re I erred to Judiciary Comtnillee. ilrv DuviS cff.ireil a resnlaiiofi, caHirijr kih the Secretary of War for information as to the aggreito number of mem enlisted! ii each Slate lor milititiy and uaval aervive, lha num ber of negroes requited in t.ftch.State,, nutl iu nntd, .mnilv i.t littil t, ,.L . Mr! Suiasif ftifi euod Abet'resoiaUonariilati lies over. . , ,. On motion !ttt Mr.' IK'IVkiilFiir'lJiJitk'ncy Hill from the House was taken up. lie moved to strike Out the Section' rVifig extra compen sation to employee of the Capitol. Agreed to, and the section stricken out. The hill parsed. , The Senate resumed the consideration of the resolution advising retaliation for cruel treatment of Union prisoners. ,k Mr Johnson spoke in opposition to the res olntion. . Mr. Howe advocated the resolution. The lengthy deposition of an escaped snl dier wss read, showing that the inhuman treat ment to oar soldiers was continued to th present time. . - Air. Mornl moved to amend, by striking out lh provision to retaliate iu kiiid, ausf inata)-s ing in ueu, me worus, iu couiormiiy wun llie laws of nations' lit t 'ilii i!i;il tt Messrs. Trumbull, Conness and Wrjubt wi appointed to eetnUtbs I'rt sidensuJ sold Adjourned. Highly Important—If True. Pi.lt.ADU.vaiA, Jaauaiy il Tbs CoUaaiing a special flisputch to the Evening Tele graph : ! Wasiiisuton, January 2T -It is now defi nitely known that Mr. Itlair's mission to tlieh mond has beea crowned with .complete sue cus. r Mr, Davis pledged hiaisnuf lo Bead im mediately three geojltman V) Washington l cooler upon terms of peace: Mr. Davis stated distinctly to Mr. Blair that he 'wofllj conclude pence and return to the Union on terms that would be perfectly aejisfnejty lo Mr. Lincoln and Congress. Mr. lilair also had an interview iih' Oeih i eral Lee, who avowed himself desirous ol en ding the rebellion by laving down their ,rsgs, and returning to the num. ; x Mr. Blair also conversed with the snnjorMy of the rebel Congressmen, who represented themselves as in favor of abandoning further hostilities. ; . ' Thsre can be no doubt that in a day or two, at farthest, Commissioners will reach Wash ington to bring fioos th repentant rebels, re newed allegiance to the Union Constitution and the law. Mr. Blair experienced the kindest of, treat ment at the hands of the authorities, and re-, ported that sine 'the redaction 'oFForf! Fhth er, an entire revulsion 1 ot public sentiment j has takea place. The most extreme advocates , of "lighting il out to the bitter ead." now ad mit the hopelesaneas of their cause. The prob-j abilitv of au early peace ,was freely discussed , in social and pofilical crrcles in Riohmond, and a general feeling of joy and relief result- , ed ImuLiua rapul circuiaUuu ut tua mlitfiaa. Blair in Washington. Wauhsutss, Janaary 27,-v-Th iCaaniea), eial'a Washington special says , Mr. tikir bad en interview with ta Presi dent this atornieg. Ilia friwrds sai kis mis-4 on will lead tojjiesee, but five no reasiyi for ivins so. ' ' 1 ' - ' saying so. Gold, and Blair. New Yobs, January It The gold market naa lasen a Suong suecuiaiive turn, ana l&e price has advanced from 2 Ub(, the opening prica, to 213 at P. M , , , . The Commercial's Waahiagtoa disnlth savs It is believed Mr. Blair's answer to thelelUr from sir. Seward lo him, wkieh he earned to nicuuiuiiu aa quaai crraeauaie, wiii snow iua Dttar hopelessness of peace negoliationa ' I LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. Peace. Naw York, January 2H The morning papers sre filled wilh peace gossip il con nection with Mr. Hlairsvi.il lo Richmond. The Time and World says his negotiations, have proved a failure. The Tribune says the result is unknown to outsiders. The Herald's Army of the James corres pondent says : : - That llie aiiemnted naval raid nn the James Itiver ended in a complete failure, and their fleet retnrned back toward Richmond, after suffering the loss of the ram Drury, which was blown up by a union shell. The rebels landed some troops on Farrar's Ia and in k J nns for the purpose of cc-op-erating wun their fleet. These were driven off hy a uni. n force. A cavalry recon unii-ance on the Cbarlea City road on Weilnesdny last, developed the"' fact tbatlhe rebel who made an advauce simulta neously wiih the movement of their gunboats On. Tuesday morning had also fallen back, i The Uerald's Cape Fear river correspond ent aunounci s an important success thereof Our army and navy. Resides all the guns aud ammunition raptured in the Forts, immense supplies ol rebel provisions were also secured, and much other proierty of great value. The rebel troops in front of Uen. Terry sosue a siigntueinnnstrauon on last Monday but U amounted to nothing. ' - : iieserlers report mat two rebel divisions from Lev's army nt Richmond, recently pass ed through Wilmington on their way lo South Carolina. Oeneral Terry's army is In fine condition, and is being rapidly prepared for further op erations. Admiral Porter's gunboats were gradually working their way up towards Wilmington, Deserters contiuuallt report ibat the rebels are evacuating Richmond Whether this b correct or not, it is generally understood that much of the rebel machinery for the manu facture of war material, and considerable of the Oovernment archives have been removed from there. i (len. Sherman, had issned n order in ref. ferunce 1i lh negroes, within the lines of his army.' ' The young and able bodied men are to be encourrged to enlist, In the milita ry service, nnd cotton fields, on portions ol the Florida, and 8. C, coasts ar to beset upon, for the settlement of lha old men wo men and Children ' 0 en Uufus Saxlon, baa been appointed to snpt riutand (heir lociion, oa these lands. I All the rebel obstructions have been, remov ed, from the main chauuel lo Savannah har bor, and it ia now opened to navigation, , ., ,., ' The Charleston correspondent of the Rich mond dispatch says that if it'ierman succeeds in gelling possession of Branchville, Ibe full of Charleston will soon fo'low. , Late rebel papers continue to show the confusion doubl and dispondency in regard l the succass ot their confederacy, ia now prevalen among the chief of rebels Ihewi- sive, a, wen as tne masses ol Ibe peo i . . , . the "Richmond liijiniuir of the 2 llh iusL "n V .. .. ' - -.I A lon2 series of hlunders,some commencing 'sooner, and Others later, has now produced a very general idea, we might say a universal belief, among all intelligent observers, (hat or Government, as it is now conducted, is nbtiuai to the great occasion) that feeling of confidence, aoearelully nurtured, has been hopelessly broken; that great element of suc cess has son from us, unless, iu some way, we reform the iidminisfatiou of our Govern ment. . .f .The F.xamiucr further says: 'J he expediliou of our irun-clads down (he river had brim designed to break the uiiuiny's pontoon bridges, and thus destroy his con -munlcalinti, and in take advaiiiace of the as-cia-tained fact that he had withdrawn most of his naval lirce from Ibe river, probably lo Wilmington, leaving but one irou-i luj and y sotne wooden vessels iu the channel above 'J'here were also reasons to suppose that the recent freshet washed out a portion of his Ijne of obstructions, and thus opened the way lb tho attack ou bil poutoons We may say here that the expedition is said lo have ork;iiilsd aad 'to have tiesn planned by Oeneral Lee, in view of the cir cumstances referred to. Railroading. '' Cl.Kvti.AMii, Jam. 2Hth. Lake Shore Rail IToad line, is oowj ruumug its trains regu larly...,. .,, .... , , . . .. fasienger trains Were started Saturday morning, between liullalo aud Cleveland. ' Canadian Items ToaoNTo, Jan. 2Sih, Tho Burleigh case unders.ood no ftinher action, can be uken Vet SO Tar as costs filnrerueil No appeal lo ihecnartsel provided for "mailer of rxlrsJi - ties, uow rest entirely with execution it is generally thought there will be no hesitation ! a . - , - ... or fllllaXJO haudlUg Over IV laouers Ui ia 8, authorities. I From the Pacific. Sam . FaaNiumu), January 27 California journals are discussing proposals of a culoni astloa scheme in Nortbvra Mexico, and g.n-1 rally lake the view (hat it will relieve the 1 i..u Ai .. , 1 . i 1 1 1 1 : -'"" t wtvutit.iit. sou I.U.I 1 - - - 1 --'-" WWW - tiW rvcBtuitllT Ampricmi mitlerg rill revolu iodize, be country if the il.ro doc.rin. is ' hft sooner aseru-(l by the United hiales liuv aruiuunt, ... , . ,. I I From New Orleans. X4(W loan, January 2H: Ibe steamer Faany Shu.y froaa New Orleans the 21st has arrived. Ho military news. Colonel James R Slack 01 1114471b ludiana, has beea cummwaioned as a Urigadier tleeeral. XXXVIIIth Congress 2d Session WASHINGTON, January 28. WASHINGTON, January 28. HOUSE. , The flonae set apart to day for lha consid eration of the ami ataverv aaiondo4 it being iatended to take V vols bit it on Tuesday ma uigriy w laiiioraia, Favored the amend aieriL ' . New York Stock Market Nw Yoas, Janaary 28 iStuoks 411 and lewsr; Hold cti.sed ' at VIS; ' M.iney plenty at 7 Cbicagu, Uurlingloa Ouiuov ll!i Kaading 104; 4-20 aoupons lOcJ; 10 4's eoukon, KHIJ; ou year certificate 37 lniieo, .Males sixes or Inst, em.! poo,109j, New York CeuUal lloj; Erie 173. New York Market. Nkw Vosr.Jan. 28 Cotton quiet at 87c; Flour 10al6o belli r at 10 80ill Or. round hoop Ohio; Wheal, no receipts, and 23e better at 2 42 for chmee ember Michigan; Corn dull amine mine' itl R.'.at M 'or mixed western ; Oats quiet nt 1 u for western; Pork un sell Id at 37 SO for new mess, 80 OOaM 60 for '64, ;I0 GOaIII 00 for rime;' lard quiet al 19a2.1c, Whisky steady at 2 2!)ja2 .10 for western ; Petroleum firmjat 47a4c crude, C7aGM cent fnrrefioed in bond, and Hfta for free; Dresred llos quiet at 1Ss15 for western; Sugar dull at 19Ja2:tc for MuscaVado; Duller ItOa 48o for Ohio; Cheese auiet at 15a24r: Beef dull and heavy; Cutmcate dull. !'."ou 01 " '''"ma real piie, lo-wu: hiiu-ite iu In county ol Moulaouipry aua auti. t.r nhm i, ... on wfnebrennP? . ad.hua li in. town AV M YALIABU KAKMIMI i TOBACCO lk))H IN OKRMAN TOWNSHIP, FOR KALE ON rAUTITION. Bainuel Imenek and cahFrs, silm-l N.rj Km, no . nn u.ii.n. , 10, xiniM MiMTU,r 1 nun. IN olw.l.eneelo lh oi-.l, r nt th. Kuprir.r Court of Monttfomerv ctll ly, ntnn, niRilo in the Klmve i-HHe, 1 will oiler al fnl.lie Am lion, oa ,us raiaipia, on Th rutni, Fclimnry SA, A. 7). 1S0.1, In tvcnrnllie huiirs ol l" A M. sn.l 4 P. M , Ihe M. li.wuiK real eltilo, liilely owitt-d hy lii iiir. Hmere k, deoin.fd. in Herman 'I ..ali.tnp, Monlitoniery l.n. ty.lilno. U.iiiK parlor -i,u 'iA, inwn ;i, nnl eut, Ae., mm livi.lod Into loin and pHivpla aua ap. prae.l an IoIIowm ImI Ko a Her.eninjt at a plnnled ntcn sel Tor Ihe oonhwost oorii-r ol II. i no, ii-hii .pmi ltr t.l i-aid wv. I. on 1!4; Ihe neo nor-h au poIpk alon the aorin line ul a.ud .piaru-r Ui a Hial e; Hindoo pouiIi 3U4.V, at s nolea oi a .uar tree 21 In d,iurir, markrd loraeorner; Iheiice kmnh 04g 4.V,raHl '.15110 pli lo Un mill, He ol i h- lleriniiiiioan and Miilti.t. loaa lurnpikp rimd-; llii'r.'i, nuiuti Jb Ift', wpk! liH .1 In , (ili' .Ion i mhi ri-n.l lo a e.irne.; Iheoiv niiih In- vi mi i.s p.tl-haliiu .md iiimiki a cordon lh'm-o sou. IHI" :, -bi a u.i (,,ara in a plained slora lor llio Holltlit.rl t nnipr ol K id pMH4r FtH'lloii; Iheiu-o north 4", wpmI l.'.u 5-ln polp. alonn thp ,! Inn. ol Maid inirlt-r mpi.iiod lo llie plMoe ol M.yimiiiiL.; oonlamin .ixly-lluee IUI) hi.ipm, mora or lent, p. praiMo.1 al hi xly (mi) doliura per per, sibitct lo tiie psyiupnl itten di.ll.ira ppr nliuiim to Hnmli Iipnner dnr.nx her nsiunil h.p nd lo I,, r hip Niale In Ilia hell" and lot (, art ol sfid pieiniae.) now uwut in 1 by UT. lAit Ao. .1 -IIBinpiiiK at n plimtpd ,lore apt forthe Houlhwesl printer n' paid ipiarier Heclioii; tlipiioe uortn 44' ;sr, eaIIM-lll iocs alonxllie Urinni..n .oil Mi.IiiIpiomii iiitopike ri.nd loa corner; iIipopo north 4:i, phmi as polpp sIoiik a od na.l to a porupr; tl.eni-H south -Jte-, t iimI 11:1 miIch to HMlake on Ihe nnth Imp ot aai.l quarter; Ihpuoe poulli sn, ppmi y., polpp to lha plan or I, itinnniK, eni.iainins IS.S iiPit-a, mcrp or lea.-, ApprAined,or doa.tr, al Icny (4o)dol.ars per wre. 1 Liit JVu. 4ltPKinn OKat the aouthpa.t ennierof lot Ho ;l. on Ih.i aoiilh liin'ol aai.l ipiaru r wonon: llipm-o n. rih BlJ, we.t al polea lo Ihe liiKhllo ol th,. Ilor ilininoaii and Mi l,lpu,u t.iiiipike rool, lh,i-e oirlh;iH I V, p at 1114 ID polo, dun .,uu road to roriipr; lliem-e oolh 7-iJ, pm-i ,hs .oIpm lo a lHke Bet lor a eorupri ttiom-p mjiiiIi 3-' 40', o..m V, s-lu ipa to aalako on Ihe .out Ii line ol t-nul unaiter, hul lor a eor-n-r; thpiioe Mouth si,, wptlW poKaalon ihe aonlh Iid. ol -aid tpittrtor Ui Hip plH.-e ol iN-K'nmuy.or.utaiD-ia.i l:i.;m si-ips, m..ip or Iphk, ai praiatd, iippoI dowtr at aitv Ifsi) foliar per a"ro. . , ... , ImI Ao. o UpMiniiiPK at a ptantfd alone apt f. r lha soiilhraat corner ol Maid .planer irt'tiuo; thpni-e .oulh bll, w-ni 40 polea aloti Hip amiih hop ot mhii! qua it, r toa a ake apt lor avorner; llipm-e nonh :i So', wpm! 06 ll-lo polea lo a Mlnkp . t-1 f r llie norlti-a-t i-omt-r of Ijoi No 4, lliela'P south 72, iat.142 pni.a to a fluke on Ihi" e iptl'itp ol aiiiu qiiaru-r,aetioraiororr;ihri-e aoiith ;i" 40, pn.1 40 polea lo the place ol bepiaD lK. eontaiuiOK 1 1 sa acrea, moie or Ipmm, app bImpU, ii i Iroin dov.or, al aeventy (7U)ilollaia peraere. Lul Ait. S-lleainuiuxM thatlipaiUeuruerof Lot No. b; thaet'o Boilh 72 ', weal anfadi a to tho utidoln ol Uiw Uvriuantowtt and Miudl,.t.mu tuinpik load; then -e north ;IS- U, eaMl4i.w 10 p,leaalonii f.iid road to aaltke apt lor aeorner; iheueo aoinh 4.,', paat tsi (m.Ipm to a aluke It I lor aooiiieron tho pa t hnool Mui.l qunitpr .pcll.-ni tlienee aomli ;iJ 4ir, pnN 4o polea aloujtlhe pttht hoe ol aai.l turterlolho place ofU'H nilinii, i-onlHininjijlH ftl aciSn, tno.e or Ipmp, ap pniiM. d at 11. ly (hi) uollara nr aoie, tree iroin doaer. Ni lltier parcel pan poll for less than two-thuds ol the ap, ralaelneut imr, o'. , . , , 7'SIIMS or BAl.p, . One- rtiisVl f piBh-nVaw Mane? earahle on daf 'ef' aalp; ihti rcMiilue ia eipial i iiymenlH in onp and two yesra Iri.m day ol aale, wltli luiereat, and seciuod ny niortaKe on tiie , reiiiiMe. HRKIN 0 II. IiAVIHSON, elieriltot Slontgoinei-y County, O. Coaotsa a CaAiuaiaa, All y.. jmi,7 6 ADMINISTRATOR'S 8AI.K . , KSI'AIK. ... OK REAL lUlVit AND 1.11 ON TDK rOK!T; of WATNC AMI. JUNSB BTfiRilH. Ilavid K. Bnyer, AdoiuilptraU rol Iwnitd k. Gsrsan, deoeaMtfd, anaiaal Vathariu Carauu, widow, at al. la Proiwilp rourtoi' MoBtKomery roiinly, Ohio. IN purauancp ol' an or-ler arauttd hy thp 'r latte Court of Sloiilifoiiierv eouulv. Ohio. 1 .ul ..tlUP r.. -al, at puhhc aio-liou, on Anunldl, fthiliaru 1H, 1SII6, Allhedanrof ihu Court Hoump in lltpcilynl latyton hplween th. lioura nf two and lour e'eh.-k i- m i a.vd ia, lliaf. Ilowu.g dpaiTllatd real pat -le: Httuft a in the eily or hayloti, in ilia eounly al M.ieraaar and Mule ol Oh.o, lo-wit: i.ol aouilM-raii two ihoupand oua liuiidrpd and l.iny.thn-e iiliu. of lha rofia.d aoniKera ou thp plat oi and eily ol lat,ia. Haul properly ia Mtualed upon the corneror Wayne and Jo pa alrtn-ta; the lot ia laige and lluproremeuhi o d. Appraiaed PtSI,!H4). Terma of aale, caal, n, hand; t in one year, and in two ypara from llws day of mu,-; Ot-lerrad par iiipiiU lo lM-ar ihearesl and be aeciired hy mortuaH oullippr.nn.ea. . hi. hokr.k, , Adm'r ol the eslAle af Daaifl H. i araoa, deo'd. W. ii. BaLvikLa, Alloraey. iaSlala PETITION FOR PARTITION. Mary Huher va . fi porta H aher, Jacob Hahar, Joha H Hulaer. Martha Hulr, Alice Uuber, and Aon It II iiber. 0un of Common Pleanvor Montaainarr eonntv. Okio. lo l'anitioo. lltllKI.E HI'BKIt. ol IhoMlata of llhaola. Jaroh J llulwr, ol Kl. Joapph coumy, ludiana, John H. JLf i.:".." pennon HI i amiu.t Ihein on lh. mil, ,i.y f jt.Jr. - T.,V!;S bow pamUus. wkoaiin aaid sJrillaupr.i.mJ,.,i.e. nti!ru, IB "id euiialv. a n al of .h.h Plat Hook A, mkp IS. ol Hi. record, of Moulaomerv county, llh o; and that al lh. a. si term 01 and court ln aa d Mrv Hubarwill apply loraa ord.r lk.it par liliaa may bo mad. of said praam. MART HI'BKR. Aaw Htv, AHomey. " ' ... i.tiwe N O T I C TC ... M ..... ., , , , 7 .nr ,nnrsa Hi II I mi Ii I II jf I. MiltS sUIi ihiihuho nil ih qiu of it. auifamirt.!. in SSi rti'ii'wntt"" Udi.'. on Third aire!, ou. dour . a.-! .1 il. o Bo., p .toira. room N.. I. dei.lwn JlUclUCfcl.. IIILLMl.ANOl0f. IM I L I T A R Y ! ! 'PREPAUE FOR TIIE DRAFT. I jr?r?2 , P'"M a Kecrultins Om.- rro.o.1 Nt.l'illll.,nd .,. prppar. 1 u, nil tlZ oiietaaM ll,...r.ou. .l,-d .In. I. .1 ik. h.wl r.lr !.,. ..it tpfop, ko,,,, pi.pwh.r. -j i",z:: prk'S Bid lo volaatppra and mil-lllurp., aud a liUiral sum pa,d tti any pen-on i.rniKinti u. rp. run. i',si,MANToi;,;c'!i'''iu' --. J'Jy is I klrd iIpmI, Ohio Block 0 YES! 0 YES! I.-. ' i i , i i ... r f .1 I T'BK undpraiirned 1 -or MonlaoMiaryooualy, and .ll ory oil'... hi.M.r.K-P.. may It. ia dpinond. J-.riMn. alto h. not taa.a out lie.tu. .iu dulyliceaaed AnctoaMr IPO .led to, 0 thev VIOIhUi lit. law. ""'deuo.minii'pa .unlli.pa.l ofMIAMIS. Bllgil. order, lei a.ih I.UIN Klka,r .or AUAkl CLAY, Mi.nu.kul' oa M.ia .Ire.l. w i lU .'tend." . UKoitua kUkH. miajtio wiwoy NJ',1f.,o.W,""-',, d pur. a.,,,. ia.b. wi...to, . e, ,a. or 'J deVK - ' r 1 1 tUHl, Mtr the A.yluaa.