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-Atrlv! ! Dtpatlnt of Train. Trims r.i-eand 4iut liim Hit I oitu DtpM ' 4 ,l t hteinnati, Hvfnittcn n rf tatfon. 1 ' leave Cinrlnneii socominodartoB,.....,.,. T::to a m I'lni'innatl Mull ...... 9:nu p tn uincionati AwGrufiKidntlcD tt:40 p m PayttM, Xeniu end QWuftditfS. lastem V.xprrsa............ U:io a m srrivo 10:00 ni 1:50 p m t:15 at H S ID Galnmbue Afeomtnodstioa p m Ksetern Kiprpi-n ,. 7;6o p tn '1tm daily except Mondays. , Snsde Ay, Miyfos md rinrianeH. ftandnaky Mell -....10 Wl s m kiellefounlsia Aocomniorfetfon.... 8:1.0 p rn ' Dayton and AlicMgna. Ol.loio Mail ..10:0 m Chicago and Detroit Ijxpriu. 8;W p m 130 pm 7:M t m 7 Mipm 7:16 ID 1. 40 p m Js Howi CesrmJ nn4 Dayrffl ami Wattm, St. J,etrlB urn) Chicago Mull. ....... SKO m II H m mrnmona arcomroouation......... s.'.i' p m frit. Lome Kxpres ......... ...... 6:30 p m . DayUm and Union. . ArwommedUoQ..H.,H , 10 25 t m xpreee ... ....... 8:1)0 p m s ous m 7:60 m b M p m 9.0ft a m Atlantic and Qrtoi BWeni. Oellon AocommodsUon :oo e m 4:00 SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. Jill J L. '"J 1 1 US' Carriage Painter Wanted at W. W. Phillips abop on Fourth 'itreeU a28dlw Great Sali or Dry Goods. Attend the great salo of Dry Goods, at C. E Huber & Son's auction roomi Nos, 278 and 280 Third street, this da;, and Tor several day to come they will have a big sal. JteyQoodman, in the Empire Building, has another large and choice stock of tbow cheap boots and shoes on hand. Our friends from the country, who iutend to be in the eity on Saturday, should keep this fact in mind Anmina I Tk." il o. asw lunsoi Ul I VCD. BtllU IUUBL ..,, , ,,. . r .. fashionable clothing we have seen this season Vinco we great uecune in goia;, is alHcbwarx Rosin's Eagle Clothing Store, No. 108 Main street, adjoining the Empire oflioe. 28d2twl RrLintous Notics. Tha Congregation of St. John s Lutheran Church will hold Divine Service in Clegg'. Hall next Sunday 'morn - ; . n n . inir and eveninir. Rev. D. fi nlr iU . , will officiate. The Sunday School will also be held at the same place at nine A. M. Tremendous Sale or Fi'Kniture .To mor row morning at eight o'clock CJ". Huber A Son will sell at their Auction rooms, No. 278 and 280 Third street, an immenn stock of Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, and Stoves, con' listing of a complete and general variety of household goods. This will be a rare oppor tunity, see that you take advantage of it. 9Woll & Co's House Furnishing Estab lishment, Clegg's building, Third street, has a show window that deservedly attracts great attention. It is filled with most beautiful and rare mantel ornaments. Paul carrying Virginia across fk stream of water, and Louis the XVlh and his Queen are fine specimens of Statuary. They are surrounded by a great many curiosities well worthy of Inspection. Jobt Received. The popular young Deal er Mr. William Kehm No. 88;jefferson Street, adjoining; Andy Mat ley's Blacksmith Shop, opposite the Market House has jnjit received a fresh supply of Lidies' Mines and Chil drsns Shoes, Gaiters, &c. Also, a fine as sortment of latent styles of Hat and Caps, which- be offers at greatly reduced prioea. Call aad examine my goods before purchasing elsewhere, ' " ' My motto it quick sales and small profits. Theater Beciei Ham.. Last night of tha season. To-night th Farewell Compli mentary Benefit of Managers Weaver & Kent is to come off. Great attractions are offered consisting of tha moral drama of "Waiting for the Verdict," which is now being played all over th country with anexampled success. Tha oast of this piec i a strong one, em bracing a it doe every lady and gentleman in tha oompany. Th roaring farce of "A Kiss in the Dark" will conclude the perform ance, Messra Weaver k Kent have won for themselves host of friends daring their stay lo our city. They have dona a great deal to make th drama popular with us, and they have boen successful in their efforts. They, in conjunction with their excellent company, open the Opera House, in Colombus, on Moo- day nxt, and if tbey are treated as their merit, de.erva, they will have no cause to complain of a want of patronage wherever they may go. We understand it is th Inten tion of th Managers to visit Dayton again, soma tint io tha fall-' We will insure them a hearty welcome whenever tbey may return. Ws say, 1q oonolosioo, let all lovers of th drama ba preseut this tvening to show thei. parting good wishes; and above all thirnra en ; arly, for tber is sure to ba a great rash. I . j : Oblinger Tin Shop Ite moved. . ... I WOtJLD inform my old enatomers, and ae ma'ay others as 'ill site measail.ihai 1 have nmoiJ. W the present, to Ho. 17 ifariet rtretl, oesr J. T. Wof 4 U' Stmt. UmtsAiaff Wore, In the Riwm fbrmerly occupied by Oellender's Bid- "orr. " re eiu prep na to .to ell aiude or work In i.ii. i iruu. pruuipuy auu irel . Ail kinds ol JotitHDC, buu.e ii.ouuud, end reieinna done to order. llnand Sheet Iron, prooipUy aud el rill kinds of anirauoe on inird street, uroluh Uleee'a Hall fsaeege. STRAY COW, T Whom il May Concirn. rTUKKN ep on the lath of April iuuh-j ow iwuibe sue ojat'M dium sise. t.v ihe auliaunber. L nura noriawest Be Dajiou, at ar the OuMniron Vlke. " JuaifM ft, iniH. Bf .pew I Special Notices. 1 lie Horrors ul Of opepalu Aud lbs di;msl train of disorders to which it leads.are averted by the use of H09TET TER'S BITTERS as a preventive, or cured with astonisbing celerity by its direct and ge nia! operation upon the stomach,lhe liver,and the nervous system. The .Shaking Martyr Of Fever aud Ague, instead of being dosed for months with quinine, to the ruin of the general health, are promptly sijt upon their feet again, without danger of arolitpso, by this prompt remedy for every kind of Intermittent Taken as a safegaard against m turns, it ren ders an attack of Chills and Fever absolutely impossible. ir you are nilllou There is nothing that touches the Liver, the malady, so quickly, and restores it so oertainly to a perfectly healthy and regular condition, as HOSTETTTER'8 STOMACH BITTERS. If of a"billious habit," tbe tendency of your system to that form of disease may be held in check for a lifetime by the occasional use of this harmless vegetable antidote. After Attack or Slckaevi When the animal powers are exhausted, tbe pulse weak, th. mind depressed, and all the powers of vitality at a low ebb, there i restorative comparable with the BITTERS They renovate every organ, gently stimulate the circulation, improve the quality of the Diooa, clear tbe clouded brain, and impart to the trembling nervoa stability and firmness Sold by all Druggists. B. ToWXSHY1 TooTRAl'Ht ANODYHB ' ' 1 being appreciated, a the community are learn, jng u, vae not onT in curill( the toothache, , But in oeautitying the gums, curing the gnni boils or anv humor of the mouth. sweptnin the breath, and is a great assistant to children cutting teets. ' Our readers will do well to nave this Tamable article on hand. A Sotkriiok Remedy fob Consumption. Those who have suffered from Niaht tinealm. '" Con,"l.ant CoU9h' SPm"9 "t. Blood, and uimijivid uius.ianuu, t:un appreciate inova ue r ' j:- . .L . ' .. vv uiimiiciii mat win permanenttv core uiune aiarming: Hvmmorns. lo all who wnnlrf "n? mdy, we say, try Da. Uau.'s Balsam which bas received the highest testimonial: ever given in lavor ot any expeotorant med ciue. ar What is the value of monev, eomnarei with health? Men will mil earlv and lata undergo many trials, deprive themselves of the comforts of life.to make money, and when they have accumulated it, what is it wrth to tnem without health? , Jow, Scovili's Blood and Lrvca Syrup is more valuable than gold, as it will restore th system when it is afflicted with Scrofula, lUtaneons Diseases, Liver Complaints, or an other disease of tbe blood; it will aid more to on s happiness than all tha wealth of th worio Allen's Lung Balsam is considered by all thos wbo have tried it to be the very best remedy lor tbe our f Cnmpiion. also gives immediate relief to the most die tressiog cough. For sale by L. B. Stevens; Also, by the nL 1- L' : wj:: ' ,, ' m a'kuiiij jueuiciDB generally. Spring is the time to take a Cathartio Med icine, as nearly every on needs it. After passing through the severities of tbe Winter, me system oecome languid, the liver torpid and a general stupor pervades the whole sys tem. Dr, Mott a Vegetable Liver Pills have been proven to be one of the best Ca thartic Medicines offered to the public. Their great merit consists in the value ot th mate rials of which tber are comDosed heine vegetable extracts which dissolve ia tbe stomach so readily that they seldom causa pain. Those who have used them say they 1 I. - . I 1. T, ' I I ' . ' "w uiuet vamaoie ruis iney ever used. flf-2sw Ml1 tn eUentlon of the public lo the SS"V edvartiBflmnL af Ilr n W Bm.... h uu miivra m enoiner ortiumn. ThBe bittere have become quite popular wherever u.rd, and hse re ceived nny eucomiume of praiee from thoite who have been the recipients of much benefit lo dinr. y " system from their use esns(JruA.) Stale Hee Advertisement. aodi Losisvillb, It., September is, isoa. On the XM ef Jnlv -lent y nhmiM4 kMnsh -u. , .iifi mv ,mi utrrcior OI tne unpen Hiuoi oi uie uumnenena a sample of my Cedroa .nit-re ror nie inNpeniinn, snd requested if, auer an- ijaie, ne louaa il meritorious, lo sanction and ep- nroTt ft, UHn imnnn nnr .ai.Iiah The followion la the Medinsl n'ireol r"s reply, and also Genera KoaeerRne' permiaatOD io ship 809 dos-ip JOHH BULL. "I am saUaSed that Oedroa Bitters will do bo harm to any one, If isken nrooerlv and in MBtaMiin.,. i see no objection lo Ir. Bull's being permitted to die- "A. BBWar THORSTON, "Surxeoa and Slexiloal Uiracior, I. 0." 'HufUiviasDp'torviaCDiai.iiiD. J MAeuviu.s, Tsaeaeua, July 14, 18S. ) 'Pr.-John Ru I's eeenl. sir k..unHu.i j&tW&W tm ui. araij unij. 'The refutation, of tha rruan,. nu..iui.u "byooajmand ofklajor General Roseorans. "WM. U. Mil, KM, "Major and Pre roe Marshal unral." BPKC1AL PERMIT. tJaiTBBBvarie Oosvaa Hodsb. " l Huiiiui, Taeassais, August U, lssa. nr. John Biill's aient, Mr , has permtaalon to ir?!E!;rf,"'hL";!"j I,,i'd f'f- nee. for the nae n(llif.&rn nuii .... k.. u ,w7 uvtai vi null a etiroo Ulltera. i. it. iiiLLia. far WILLS. HAL!,, Surveyor ef Customs. , A VOICE PROM VICKSBURO, "Vioaaecio, Mississim, August (, test. "Dr. John Bull : . l"r Hir I em hannvt state t wnn tk. r k. slyonr valuable Cedron Blture, -lib great beneSt . wruunj and prueiratoa of my stem, produced by the unhealthy and nla-matie ........ w. vttm aiiaMiaaipiu jurerand around Vh.S- burs, hstlne bees with Oeuerel (iranl'a armv (hronih. oui its vnoie soulhem cempaiae. 1 oonddently re. nZll .Tj? V" rh? W. AgealU. 8. aealtary Oonmuaeioo." feSiISm Employment. B. UKMKI-TON A iu, iietreit, MlobiateeW S7s "vsjcri- letdtwaw . "' Medical. Dr. JOHN HULL'S CompoundCedron Bitters Latest nd Most Important Discovery Of TDK NIXETEEXTII CENTIHY I t I NO msn'snsme is more Intimately connected with the history of MATEHIA MBIIIUA of theUntteit States, or more favorably know as a pioner tn Med loal Biacovery, than that of JOHK BULL, OF LOCI8V1LL1, KaKTUCKT. His Inl ml table prepsrstionotSARaAaA.RI(.t,a. hsa Ions; stood at the bead of thes'arious oom pounds of that valuable drug. His Compound of. Wild Cherry has become a household word throughout the West , and South. II is Worm Lot enges, in less than a year after their introduction at tained a reputation as wide spread as the continent of NORTH AMERICA But the orownfns. story or hie lire remains to be at tained in his iliacovery.or rather oomlnnxlion, 'or he .Iocs not claim to h o been the discoverer of Osnana, whlrh tithe basis of trie Bitters now ottered to the public. That honor nolens, te the native inhabitants of Central Americs to whom Iti vrtues have been knonfrmore than two hundred years. Armed with It the ln.ii tn bids denanoe to the moet deadly malaria, and handles, without fear, the most venom ous serpeiils. . It is a belief wilh them, that while Ihcie is breath in the hodv. the Cedron la noLont u oure, no matter what the diaease may be. in. .i i in nm prepareo to eoaorse tnis ex Ir'VSirailt pretension. 1ih i.n..nrlhnli...ali.li.It Imm a thorouuh eismination ot the evldnnce relatinE to its virtues, th t as a remedy and preventative for all diseases arlalng from expr jure, either lo chantre of weather or rhme'e. stands r io . miasmslio induouoea, it WITHOUT A RIVAL I And jut(ytloMrr lh roputntton It hnn no Ion-? en. jnyetfio Ueutral Ameno ftnd tha Weil Imhoo. . IN" DYSPEPSIA And ' tti ntUndtnt train ot tymptom. It net mow Kk n vniantn linn rnan n na. I hnra ir nnlhintr lo- I ! hol ranse o( Mhiwh Mmlica that can for a moment utiitr n compnrifion with it in this iIisorbq. A Oil l ftCCOUnt Of thin vontrnrrnl nlnnt m ti fminrl .as vow vj'vj.vjutii wjuiaiua oi me united oiue jjiipa itlory, nases 1;wt mi l;K8. A ienen of ecrerimntii in which Dr. Bull ha ban for year endued, hnjut bn hrotiffht toaauociw-i- w minBMon. una ne ib now enabled to oiler w tna PtlblKaoOmhinition O'CEIlHliN with nl.hhrannn.iH lunioB, the whole nrnsarvAft in th hat. mmiifv a ..r,rr,. u.r..,,,wu puuruon TTiuiiKy.wniRn ne ia oonn sar.- iiu W'uai iu llin WUTIQ. He mitfhtfiirilliih a Vi1limA Af fMrltflft.a l.nt that puMiohava longiiace tearnet. toHttmaie euch ihiiv iy their true vIua. Tha ( i.n rnt ...P. 717.. tnta.i rVvs kima.lf . ... r ' . ' ....... .u. ... -uj. mB yiruiH VI K OBf lTTaiOm. GIV1 THH CEDRON BITTERS ONB TRIAL A.ND YOU WILL NEVER UBi ANT OTHIB9. It la ant newuutp. La nnkli.t, I... il. terwhloh theORDBOS BlTTKlt8 araaspaoifto. In all dlaaaaes ot the BOWELS, LIVER OR KIDXEYS In all afleouons of tha BRAIN, DEPENDING UPON DERANORMINT tJF THE STOMACH OR BOWK 1.8. IN GOUT, RHBUlf AT18M, AND NKURALOIA, And la FEV R & AGUE It It deal narl ta .iiiniFnasisk ll tih.. t tut.. uimauiriMieeM, out it praventa them. A wiae glaAor tha Bitter, taken an hour before aano meal, will obnata the til efteota o) tha moil unhealthy olimata.and aoreoa the peraon taLti n It agauot dk- I SOLD BYDRUQtiISTII Q800KBS:JllaALLT , ! JOHN HULL, Prlaeipal OfBce, Fifth street, Louisville, Ky. OlD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BT J. 8. FRIZELL, AOE1VT, a WHOLEBAL AND RITAIL DRUUfJIUT, SIS aeooad street, lMyloa, Ohio, Who ale sella BULJi'S 8ARIAPARILLA, - BULL WORM DB8TR0T11. laMdlr BMITH'a TONI0 ITRUF th th one our the der, By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. FORENOON REPORT. Booth. Yore, April 28. It appears by Har rold's account that Colonel linker esnl Lieu tenant Conger and Lieutenant Burr, of his detectives, with Lieutenant Dougherty and were told by a son of Garrett that there were two men in the barn at two A. M , Wednes- day. Proceeding to tbe barn, Lieutenant linker was sent forward and called upon Booth to come out trnd give up his arms and surrender, and that young Oarrett would go into the barn and receive the arms. Upon hi entering the barn Booth exclaimed ' get out of here; yon have betrayed me", A collo quy iben ensued of which the following is the substance : Lieutenant Baker "You mnit give un your arms and surrender ; we hare come to take you a prisoner, and will treat you as a prisoner. We will give you five minutes to surrender or we will burn Ihe barn." Booth "Who are you, and what do you want. (Instruction had been given to Lieu tenant Baker not to disclose tbe character of those who were in pursuit.) Lieutenant Baker "We wiot T6u. and in. tend to take yon prisoner." . , tooth "this is a hard cas. It mav he that I am to be taken by my friends." Alter some lurther colloouv of this aort. Booth, Sismiogly convinoed that he was iu the toils of Federal soldiers, said: "Give me a chance for my life. I am a cripple, on ,ona leg; withdraw your men one hundred yards from lb barn and I will eome.outond hghtyou. Lieu'enadt Baker "W did not come here to .litflit .you, but to tako you prisoner. You must give up your jtrms and surrender." Booth "Xjtt me have time to ooosider.' tbe conversation in the barn between Booth and Harrold then took place, which was aot overheard by the party outside. In about fifteen or twenty minutes Booth called onl "WHO ar you. I could bars picked on halt a dozen 01 your men white we were talking, I could have shot you two or threa times. ' Lieutenant ligser "lhen give up yonr arms and aurrender. We have come here to take you. Booth "I will never surrender. I will never be taken alive." Lieutenant Baker "If yon don't do so im moaiateiy, we will set bra to tbe barn. Booth "Well, my brave boys, prepare a stretcher for me." After ibis a conversation took place be- tweon oooin ana Aiarroid, during wnicb. Booth was heard to say: "Yon damned cow ard, will you leave me now? But go go I I don t want you to stay with me. He then addressed Ihe party outside and said. "There il a man here wbo wants to come ouL Lieutenant Baker "Then let him band out bis arm and come out. Another talk here occurred between Booth and Harrold, in which it appears the latter was oegging to tie allowed to take outaoms arms with him, and Booth wrs heard to say "Go away from me; 1 don't want anything mora to do with yon." Harrold then cam to th door and asked to be let ouL Lieutenant Baker said ''no, hand oat your aruis," ilartold replied "1 nave none. lieutenant Baker "Yes vnu have. You carried a carbine when you came nere , you must nana it oat Booth "He has no arms: thav are all mine Upon my word as a gentleman he has no arms. All that are here be bnir to me Lieutenant Baker then aDnroacheil tha door. Harrold thrust out his hands and was uueu irum me noor. ilea ana niseert in 1 I- J t .LJ ... . . J. charge of a guard. Lieutenant Conger was then salisfiedthal further parleying with Booth was vain. Proceeding to tha other tide of the barn they pulled oat a wisp of hay and lighted it Within a few minutes Ihe blazin has iiahted up the inside of tbe barn. Booth was discov ered leanitg on a crutch, which ba threw aside and wilh a carbine in his band, cam towards the side,where the fire bad been kind led, .passed, looked at the fire a moment, then started towards the door. When about the middle of the barn he was shot. - Lieuten ant Conger aud Baker at once entered th barn and brought Booth out. Alter idontincalion. br order of tha Wee Department, the body was privately interred lb clothe which was npon it. in Herald correspondent sava the narlev wilh Bsoth lasted a long while; that Booth tola L,ieu tenant Dougherty be had ahead drawn on him, and could shoot him if he chose; that Booth oould a those outside plainly, while they could not see him inside. When the fire was lighted, Booth could b seen. Then Lieutenant Douiiherlr ordered Sergeant Corbett to fire, which he did, through one of tha crevices. Booth was armed with two six barreled, and oua seven barrel re volver, i When the party started to return with th body, Harrold refused to walk, when a rope was fastened to his neck, and the other end to saddle of one of ih cavalrymen, A soon as a horse could b procured, he was mountea. Tha World's correspondent says : It it learnsd that Harrold joined Booth jutt after assassination and il is believed brought the horse into lb alley. Tb following i ib statement of Sergeant Boston Corbett: "On Thursday afternoon my superior officer, Lieutenant Kd. T. Dougherty, reoeived information that two person answeriug to the description, of Booth and his accomplice, Harrold, were coo oealed in a barn on lb place of Henry Oar nett, about three mile from Port Royal, in dlrectioa of Bowling Green. There we captured a man named Jstt, who ferried Booth and hi companion across th Poto mac At first ba denied knowing anvthinv about the matter, but when threatened with death if h did not reveal th snot where Ihe assassins were seoreted, he told us wber they could b found and piloted a to' the place. "Booth and Harrold reached the barn ahont dusk on Tuesday evening. Tbe barn was at surrounded by oar cavalry, aud some of party engaged ia conversation with Booth from th outside. He was comnsandsd to surrender several times, but made no reply to demand, save lhat 'If yoo want me, yoa must take me.' Whe first ashed to surrea be asked 'who do you take me for T A ghort (im after, io response to th qaeatioa A J- " si well ail ib 10 Whelher there wns anylwdy else wilHTiira thd ham, hi tntrd tsiU-bs Wns the oulv ' person In the building; lhat his Companion was oeyonu ma reacn 01 capture. At three o clock, or a little after, the barn was fire1 Before tbe dimes were kindled, Booth bad the advantage ol us in respect to lifc-btj he could see us but ws could not see him; but after that Ihe rabies were turned against him. We could see htm plainly, but .could ot ueaeeu uy mm. i ne names appeared confuse him, and he blade a spring towards the door, as if to attempt to force his . way out. As he pasetl by one of the crovises io the bam, I fired at him.; ) aimed at his body. lumimi wsnttoiiiiDioi. 1 100K deliberate ,h" ,h?0 Jer'.bu m7 '" oo high. ibeball struck him in the head, just below ike right ear, and passed through, coming out about aa inch above the left ear. I think he stooped to pick up something just as I fired; that may probably account for his receiving the ball in the head. 1 was aot o er eight or ten yards distant from him when I fired. I was alraid if 1 did not wound him he would am earn ot our men, Alter he was wounded 1 . went into the barn. Booth was lying in a melancholy position on the floor. I asked him 'where aro you woun ded?1 , He replied, in a feeble voiee, lis eye balls glaritiir with a peculiar brillisncy, in tuo orat inn nave uinsnea me. ile was then carried out of the burning building into tne open air, wnere no aiea about two and a half hours afterwards. About an hour be fore he breaihed his last, he prayed for ue to shoot him through the heart, and thus end bis misery. His suffering appeared to be intense. ' Booth, although he could have killed several of our party, seemed to be afraid to fire. Mine was the only shot fired on either side. When he fell he had in his band a six barreled revolver and a seven shooter which lie dropped after he was wounded. Two other revolvers were also near him. H declared that th arms be longed lo him, and that Harrold had nothing to do with the murder. We gnve him hrudy, and four men went in search of a doctor, whom we found about four miles from the scene of tbe occurrence ; but when ihs doctor arrived Booth was dying, s: Ui did not talk much after receiving tbe wound. When ask ed if be b.d anything to say, he replied 'I die for my conntry,' and asked those standing by to tell his mother so, U did not deny his crime," to AFTERNOON REPORT. No Armistice. Four Monroe, April 25 A steamer nr rived here Ibis moruing from Moorbead City bringing advices from Newbern, that Gener al Grant has effectually put an end to Ihe armistice agreed apon between Sherman and Johnston. Grant had given Johnston up to six o'clock yesterday (Wednesday) morning lo surrendrr his army. Tbe coudiuon ar .- unknown. General Grant announced, after'that hour hostilities would at once be resumed, j To this Genera) Johnston is said to hav replied, tl.at'if Jefferson Davis and the lead ing general ofiicert of the Confederacy Were pardoned, and permission given Ibem to leave tbe count, y, he would bt aulhorir-td. to except the terms proposed. J Remains of President Lincoln. Ci.tvnf.iKD, Aprit 18. All along the route from Buffalo to Ibis city, which we reached this morning, the usual demonstration of sorrow were witnessed Tbe remains were escorted bv a larea mili tary and civ'o procession, lo tba beautifully consti noted temnla nrpnarnri to. rnitin 11,., and toon thereafter the face of Ihe honored deed was open to the Ibousauda of spsotators wuc, in aarniniote oroer,- entered and retired Irora the enclosure, .I-1. . i . ... ius eutire DODUiation oi this cite are aoroad, all seemingly impressed with the to emnity oi in occaaion. Change of Time. 8rMK0PiF.LD, III.. Anril 28. Tha lima fnr tn Iti nera I of Ihe late Hrendenl, it changed irum aaturuay, utn, io loursday, May 4th. Vetoed. ALDiKV April 28 Governor Fenton bat vetoed Ihe New York Central Rail Road Ml - From Georgia. The late Georgia nanera sive full acontinta wiisou a great raid after defeating Forrest at uenanon, aeairoyiug arsenals, manufacto ries there. Wilson moved eastward, capturing Mont gomery, Wett Point, Columbus and Macon: scattering the militia on all tide; ruining all remaining railroads; breaking up machine suops; aesiroying military stores, and render ing the manufacture of material for future campaigns impossible. Hoop Skirts. HOOPS! HOOFS! HOOPS! GRAND CAMPAIGN. BOUT a. WlLDAMAN'SRoop Beaaaranii Skirt r MMory. lias elraauy ea bwu hie earing atork ol , - mm Ainriam xtreeirt, ooreet Steele, shoulder bracea, ib his uew lueauna at I lift HecoBd1 afreet, for the c mmenoement ot the spring trade, whiokemhrerea the best ainral Wail houua. all UienewMlslyleeof ljuaser akirta, at wholesale and retail. Keeps eonaten ly ea hand skirts et eilre sea ia leaglk, Bad letilee whe tad al eay, trnul le ia finding 'heir hoope Isrgeenough. will Aad them in hie hshment. Hoop skirts re-modeld end Beaily repaired Merehaata la surrounding towns will do to rail st his eelaljie nwut belo - pon-haslng elaewhare. R.uiemtier the pleee, SU eeQod street eppoeile the rasnklie Hoase. . I t i mssvdam NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYERS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. The books Ar the eoliaoUoa of the taxes r last June Snlh. lee, ere awMaH..iM,.. Orttae, lull t House, liavtoa. tee law laipoaee a Jenelty oa all taxes aol paid oa or he lore the Mh ol aaeaesk Thoee who ih lo avoid being deleiaed tae payment ol latea, oea do eo by pa . uie le lure ihoitihfrwsiaBoa.. ' JOWA. KENNIV, Treasurer Meatgoaaery Oouaty, Ohio. Aprteti, New York Market. N'r Y.,ns Ai.ril ?h -.c.,,i.wl..ll 1...1 1: Flour rather dull end unsettled; 1 35aT for extra atata, and 8 008 15 for rour.d ' hoop Ohio ; Wheat, small receipts, dull but firmer . at ICS lor Milwaukee club and , 1 85 for. old Chicago sprinr. Rye dull , and heHvy at 1 2Kb1 35 Corn dull at 1 43al 4 for new yellow southern; Oals dull but firm at 79sH0 cis tor western; Pork firmer at 29 lor new meat,, 27 00a!i7 60 for 'C3 and 'fi4, 2f f0a26 76 for prime; Lard dull at le18 Whisky dull ; lower at is 1 1 for western; Petroleum dull at 40 cents for crude, 65 tt for refined in bond, T4a7uk for fr: Dressed-" Hot; uuiet at 17b1 ij for western; Sugar dull at njulbio for Muscavadn; Butter at; 400 lor Uhioj Cheese quiet at- 16n2 le; IWf dull and heavy; Cutmeal dull.. Kgc htm at 27a28o. New York Stock Market. 'NawToag," April 28. Stocka dull but better;- Go'd iloaid at 147; Monty 45, Chicago, Burlington & Quinty ll:t; Heeding 10H; 5-20 coupons ldjj, HMD's coupons, 91f; one year corlifirnles 98; United Htnlrs sijis of 1RHI, con pons, 10RJ; New York Central !?; Krie United StalKS sixes of 1881, rciincred, 105$; 7-30't 14; Sterling Kxi banre 1011 ; U 8 tixes of '81. regi.iered, 11)9; 5 20's,rty!aterrd, 108J; coupons 107; fives of '7 I, coupons, 100; five, of '71,rHg., 102; sixrs nl '67, con pons, 120; 5-20 coupon, new issue 10K .CAMAHOO Manufacturing Company ManufAQforrH of I NDOW S HAI3Bf3 n. H. BBKSKMAX, Proprietor. ot T West Fourth Blrsel, fesdawly CINCINNATI, OHIO. o b isr jp n a ij HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. T, Wotr. J, B. M0OBMAN JOHN T. WOLF k CO., ; CLBofl a aniLuiNo, 08 THIRD' STREET. tTave the moat complete Sloe It of Uouae rurniahlag fiOO'lS, COMlSltOg of Fine Plated Ware. te Pfltw, Fmlt mnd Cult) Tsk.lK, Toe Filohrs . Bpaona, knifeat and Fork, ttc. Willow Ware. Parlor, neUin. Nur'erv. Verandah, Rawing, l.ib a ry.Meli aud High uh-ure O.r.l Tm, sl SIvi.Ik, infAOt (io cartH, Cu,.rnaion I'lowec Bs.kets; (Corner HrackHls, Cltli.a-riu ka, ete.,ebi. I'lrnie. flt e, l.annilry and ladite' Katiuy H-kets. All mea ner if fancy Willow Work. Wooden Ware. 0Tp Whipu, (Mrm'hiog run:) L !, Hroon, Uolhnu i'iD, I'otntn MKMhfn. Dnnu Mlurl ra.But- wi rnui', t.itiiir rin, fit W!fl, Hnt iih. hut, rind othar lini hM Kh'ft. hoi, Towl ftfA'kn, p.m. I'm ft hbU uttamr him, Hti vvi ftuj : urn o( domestic tcooorny. C1IIVA, . (JLtAt, qtVEEIVS A.0 STONEWARE ! IM TBE GRBATKBT PoHSIBLB VAKIf.1T. Japanned Ware. reooy BIM I'aires, Toilet Ware. Corlrr., rdters. atatea aaiee. rnot puckets, Was.e Water Bw.keta, ete. Miscellaneous Goods. Comrriung ever.lhing t'KKUL aodOHNSMKN TAL.are nrfe-e.l In pr lively uuan Tiy. Tha PuWio ia mv.ieit to ran snd .elect jusl wi s they deeire. IHIlut 1MI IT just what all dew GHEAT . IlEDUOTION , .. ..... or - - - - DRY GOODS. JOHNW.DaRST, (James Parriae'e old etand,) Corner or Strand and JefToraoa slrrr tt, MALIlt IN Prints. MwrksKi Down. Bleached cottons, M.rk.d Down. Brown Sheetings, Marked Dow Dress Goods.' Marked Down. Persooa wi.hiug to po'iuhaee lvy ttoods, will and Ihie a rar - enauce for Grretat CARPETINO,, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. ,. .,.? J w OAHPET CHAINS. nree ibis ekeH As,