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WaNTKU A j l'A liXVK.lt wi'in A cn.h cailtnl of Ihlee niinlretl ilnHm. in Invent In a 'piivini; Immiics. Ttiiitlre nf H'ulu A llursctt, mom Mil. 14, V. . Hntl.Unir ' . apr 8 II I ANTKD.-UNE UCN'tHlED HEAD, ir slures null Itnrwii linmctntitelv. at K. W. We- limvi'.S MtJN'H Hull' XUihle, on rum Ih alree.. Itll ; vv, vv 1T TO BE KNOWN THAT ANTE n.P A H T I E 8 HAVING A NTE1 (I.AKK IKKI.U hae etalillheil tne "Alnerl run Patent Iti'it KiiiKrium," at Ni. t'O Heriinil street, for the IntroiliM'tmn mirl sale oi vnlnniea Patent HIlfhM Itnil fjilwr-HftvinK Mai-nlnary. Thojr rennet Mil who tlenirr lo tli.pne of or eic'rliiine I'litcnta anil l.alar..nvlns Muoliluory to aivc Iht'tn acall. v)a4l-ttniil : , . WaNTKD A SMALL COTTAGE With three or four Knomw, In a. ftooti location, for whii-h rent will he psilit In aitvani-e. 1'iinaeRnlon dc.ireil hy the miilille of Marrb or the lit of April. Ailrnm or apply to "KAM." Kmnlre oftloe. Patent nights to disnoiie of, orpartiea desiring' t Invent in Patent It ';nl, will flnil It to their Inter. ot to cull at tho (leat Western Real K.tate Bml Patent Ki(fht.tleef i, WALT 15 A nilKKKTi', oilue, room Mo. II, irrer 1'in.t OUce, Dayton, U. lel ao-illm j T ' Wanted person's out ok tM- rT.nVMI.'NT or tlmuM WMxtti, till K IMI lnrnr.ni.. tlon iw to Ijft Artl.'len, Ae., to Ailrcrtlae in Ihe U Wnt(iluiun.. Kin pi re 1 Business Notices. ! ' DOOTOH ' , STRU'LANll'S tonic; Dr. Strickland's , Tonic is a coneen- DYSPlPSIA I rRtetl Dreimnitlon of Roots and Herbs, with hiitliicliln anil ciirmltiullvos to struiifftheu the stoinHch ui'd nervous system. It is a cortnin reinely for IysieMia or Iiidiifcs- i tion, Nervousfiess, Lois of Appetite. Aclill-?1" ty of tho Stomach, Flatulency and Debility It Is not alcoholic, therefore particularly ..lilted for Weak, Nervous, and Dyspeptic fiersons. For salo hy all Druggists every where at H per bottle. ,, Ir. Strlcklttiid'i .vtijixp I at. rii. i. iuiiii .V"8 rll I . . wv iv, , . w , v .Tinr.....r 1- 1 Li n rs. j rilAj - liiUll I ' i j Hatcured thousands of the worst eases !of, Piles. It tives linme- r a pcmiitnant cure. . liliuil and Klcrdlnir Pi dbtte relief, and eireetH Trv it (llrectlv. It is warranted to cure. For salo by all Druggists at 50 eta. per bottle. COUGH NO moki:. Dr. Htricklan.r IIKM.IKt.COUa J COUGH BALSAM is warranted to be tho only preparation known to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Coughs Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. Be ing prepared from Honey and Herbs, it Is healing, softening, and expectorating, and particularly suitable for all affections of the Throat and Lungs. . For sale by Druggist everywhere. Jiin3 MTDr, Mott's VEaKTABL Liver Pills 1 are constniitly becoming more and more. poiular. They arc acknowledged to have no rival In the cure of such diseases as Liver Complulnt, Dyspepsia, Fever of all kinds. Jaundice, Costlveness, Pain In the Stomach, Side, Head, Back, and Bowels, i Bilious tJoinplaliita, Loss ot Appetite, Sick Headache, Scrofula, Scald Head, Rheuma tism, Colic, Pleurisy, Pimples and Sores on the Skin, Palpitation of the Heart Lowness of Spirits, Pain or Weakness of the Breast Discuses of Spine and Ksdneys, Sore Eyes, Diarrhea or Dysentery, Cold. etc. Most of the utM.ve-uameddlseasesi.iay be prevented by taking Dr. Mott's Vkok tahlr Liver Pills In season, or when the liver becomes first deranged, which carry . off, through the bowles and the secretions of the skin and kidneys, those poisonous humors that clog the stomach, bowels, and skin, and become accumulated In the blood. There has been as great a progress in sci ence, and especially In that of medicine, within the past few years, as there has In the art. To such perfection have they brought this science, that the ined'cinal firos;rtle are condensed and eonceitrsted uto the resins or Baits of the plant, which they extract from It, and leave the inert or -voody matter. The old mode of extracting these medicinal properties by boiling for a long time In waur is found, in most case, to render the medicinal qualities wholly Inert or even decomposing them. Dk. Mott's Veoktahlk Livkh Pills are composed of chemical vegetable extracts, mostly from plants growlug In our own country; gome of these plants have a direct action ou the liver, others upon the skin,! others on the kidneys, and others nK.n the towels nod lungs. It is by a peculiar chemical combination of all theso extracts that theso Pills are made, possoisiug the most extraordinary elllcacy for curing the above-named discuses. tW Those who have suffered from Scrof ula, Eruptions, or any other impurity of tn.n. 'lOanntthou not mlnlitr to a mind(lleajM.iJ, ' ' And, vllb aom sweet, ohltvious antloota, Oleonaa ths foul bosom of ths psrllons stuff t That weifhs epoo the heaii r tlie Bhaid, will find Soovux'a Hi.ooi. and LlVRR SYRUP lllVUluallle, 8 It Will cleanse the BlotMl and permanently era.licut fn.m the system the cause of the disease, thereby oetorlnKhealtlt, and vtva.lty to the yZ ! I CerUlnlvi Plaktanxon Bittkhs will do It I.e.. n..tl.lntf el will. Slla..el.,.l v. HIT, Depression, Hypochondria. Insanity, all spring, more or r ess, from a diseased atom acli, and this Plantation Bi rriuta Is a sure cure lor. There is no mistake about It; Dyspepsia, Headache, Dullness, Ague, mm .xi w omnia must yieiu u. uio iieuitu- giving and' genial Influence of the Plant a- ?iriM Rn-iiKa If vnn .ra in .IniiliL i.i.. MMmuMmlJrt"'. " " ". . . IW Take Blokrene and defy Fever and This glorious vegetable tonic fortl- the system against lutermlttents, cures i yspeiMia, put tlie nervcvi in order, clears ilie bruin, sustains the constitution, and lost vigor of any and every reau. Depot 2$ Dey stN. Y. Sold by all Druggists. V i I , tV No lady should be Without Da Towki.KYslNiiANlooTHACi!a Anodtn her family. II she bus children that have the toothaclie It will cure theut. If any of the family have scurvy on thn gums It will cure It. If some of the cousins have diseased gums, rendering their mouth very unpleasant it will cure the disease, and render tlie (UsM red aud of a beautiful ior THE DAILY EMPIRE. Saturday, rr t, April 7, 1866. 1'apkk collar, of all ilzes and description htthc haglr Clothing Btote. - tf, : II. Bchwar. j Tmt Sphynx a Mystery. I . Ip fan want nine Itecr Cooler, Itefrlff- . rutor, ot tine Bar fixings, go to Wolf, 808 Third street. aprll-Std. Ton Rknt A Large Business House on Third street. Inquire t No.' 113 Jefferson street. pr0-4td. OVK.K OnK' tlUrUIRKD llKAD OK HoiMKS Fob HAi.fc E. W. MoOowen A bon, will opea their third monthly stock sale on Tuesday, April 10, at thnir stables, on 1'ai..iI. . .. . I. .. .. m , i ji i.:iiwi nuvch wiitu a ruucrn ana r anncrs . are Invited to attend to Buy and Sell. Dinner ean be had for twenty-live cnnU. p5d4t : lr roii want Bleaching and Pressing done, fro to Gabriel Haas, 835 Second street. , i. , ... . i Thh Ggi.dkk KAOt.n. The great nttrno- tlon Ot the tnomlnir Wa tho dlKnlav ofthn - . .. . . . . iiiiiiiiiH-eiii, ituiueii r.ajio on ine irontoi jSchwarz'iClotbiiiK Store, 118 llaln street. It Is a splendid "bird," and a flno ornament to the plm-M!. The extensive store wits cruwuin wim c.usioiDcrs. in people nave found out tha place to buy cheap clothing, and the house Is tlitily besl-red bythionjrs of customers. They nre satisfied that WB perforins nil Ho promises, both as to the quality of his pood and the prices at which ho sells. The success of the Ea- ,,, . i,i.i., u, t,. i. ...i i """'InK Hfr h"W bwome a "llxed iieniemoer tne place. H8 Wuln fact.' street. ItdAw FkkkKiiow To-nioht.--Professor Ham ilton, the world renowned horse-tamer, will clve a rara exhibition of his skill to- ..I..1.I- IT.....n TT..II 1.1. .1. " iiiii. 1.1. .ii'Qcun nun, mi which ocras;un ne -r will l..t.e.lenhlal.,.Hfi,itri,.L , ....... - v.. l. . ... . . . ,'"' suiKe. ne win niso jrive a rrec le'tiiro on norsomansmp at the same tune, and the ontcrtaluinei.t will bo of the most at- ; .. ' . . . .. . .. .. i.u...v,Mn.iinii.ii.iiraii. on the Court-Hoiise lot, which ho will oiien on 1 uesday next at one o clock. V. M his trick pony In the ring, and a trial come otT to see who can ride". It will be remembered that Prof. Hamilton Is the man who drove, without a bridle, the vicious mnro that killed the late Mr. Good win, i tractive character. Tub Sphynx a Mystery. Likely to Rkcovki:. Wo are Informed oen with I"':,.' I will j I I I ly Dr. Egry, the attending physician upon August Young, the man who was stabbed by John Rahn, on Sunday night last that, although still in a very critical condition, to i.i. , ..... . tus 18 no' e,i""" nopeiess. lie has a (Rood constitution, and with proper care and nursing is In a fair way of recovery. The Doctor says there Is au incision, lengthwise, lit the external jugular vein of near half an inch In length, and the wonder Is that the wounded man survived at all. This man Young, we understand, is the son of the old of that name who wa murdered by Frank Dick several years ago. , i,. are given at Auction, at Chris- n.Hur a uiu su.uu, corner oi Jiamei anu Jefferson streets. Proceedings of Board of Health. Pursuant to call, the members appointed by the City Council to constitute a Board of Health for the city of Dayton, met at .. the Auditor's ofllce for organization. The following person constitute the Board: 1st Ward, W. 8. Westerman; 2d Ward It W. Steele : 3d Ward. B. F. Faker Atl. W.rH J. W. Dietrich; Mil Ward. Dr. A. G. Wal- u,?lthvarJWrt.;e!th W" ' On motion. It. W. Steele was appointed President and J. W. Dietrich Secretnev. The Montgomery f flinty Medical Asso- l7nehrnt?he,lr,i,ry SSlSlM Dr. H. K. Steele, one of the commit- tee, by request of the Board, read bis re- and the Board respectfully requests he' rZlW" i? n..!..!...! 1... ,1... U..Jl'.t A I ... I 1 Pointed bv the Medieul AnttMlutl,, . The following resolutions w ere passed by the Board : 1 ' T tilt OMy Counril nf Dayton I ; ' ; '' ' The Board of Health would call the atten tion of your body to the necessity of I in. mediately lHlttillir the cltv hoanltnl In sulliihle condition for use If necessary der Jiemtlved, That the City Council bo re-I nuesled In an tr,ll. ........ ..l.kll the coiilluemeut of hogs within the corpo- rate Units of the citv. in nens. from the -n iWl day of April to "tie ucr. i On motion, the Secretary was authorized to purchases book, In which com plaints are Ui be entered, said coraplaiiits to be signed by the parties making them. .uVJV.V". " ... ,. ...'2 1,?. Vl" w".era -"- i'"". ui uuiaancea CI IStlllg III any part of the city, that might prove det rimental to the general heultlu should lie communicated to any member of tlie Hoard, In order that prompt measure may Im In augurated to aliate the same, and that all sue h notification shall be presented in wri-1 ai...wwi w ,i . t . . . , ft"; jf"1, i'V? '""""t of tlie liM'l sUited j and a It is tlie determination ofUMBoanltoaiuploy the most effioleut means within their power to place the san- Itary condition of the city In the best possi Ague. ble condition. In view of the probable sp iles proach of the Asiatic Cholera the coming summer, it la expected tliat every one will feel It to be their duty togivesuc.hluforma restoresthe tion as they may be In tMMsesaioii of, that the ltoard may be enabled successfully to exocute the doslgns and purposes of the or- gaulzution. Let every one lend a helping hand In the good work of removing all unhealthy ob in strtictions from our midst and we' mv reasonably hoiie that our beautl ftil eit v w ill the visftatloo of the fell destroyer. - No other business, board adiourued uuU) Thuraday eveulug, April U lsutl . pies will will of of row at and Inir. R. W. STEELE, Pres't. J. W. DIETRICH, Sec'y. April 6.1866. LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS—RIDGE WINANS RESIDING. On Tuesday mornliifr, April 3, the fol lowing Grand Jurors were sworn and eru pitniieled: Saimiul Wilson, Sntnucl Nelhel, Jlenry Burinirer, Robert Brundrett,. Den nis Brain, Michael Kline, Henry Stork, Wlnthron Graves. II. K. Chandler. Herlnh' 'J harp, AV. H. Westerman. J'UUlp HellrMe, J narp, t . b. eslerman. J'liUlu liellrlv'le, Joseph Bond. Johu Latin, and GeorioV. Smith. j Joseph Bond was c.ioscn Forcmaiu and Jl ,-. 1 . ...... uie uraua urv retired lor rmlnet.. ' Htirhprt .V. UVJinw.1 v. Ioimi 7tiM AoMnil linnn tifnuilusnvir r-.l-. fnw hundred dollars. nrtLwt. In fiivnr nf iilhin- un oy tienry iniitoii anil unarlus aaiea may in, infill. JJelendants p llf.llT. Willi. n H'lld lll.lllufl lit 11.111.1,1, I I. A. case was tried by a Jury and verdict fr defendants. Conover CralKhead for plaintlir; 8. B. Jackson for defendants. C7w vs. Jane t'l.-Action for divorce on the ground of wilful absence for rive years. Decree p;rantcd. E. 8. Youiik, Attorney for i.laintiir. ' . . . '. . jc. A. Mccturev. Ueorgt Lehman. Ac-' upon an account for sendees as real ntrent In the as e of t nvn l vi uinni- les Keller, plead pay-' iiitiff. The Atal-Hi-M anil Innn . fr linilRPH ftllfl Info i it ttin etw nt llntrr.tn ,wl nip procn judprnpntohtMned brtore tb mairiiitriito pr hof'nru u-hnm ...... iu.a (i tin i'i a ' ivr 1 1 mm cnrinirof a loan of fifteen hundredi dollars for defendant at his renuest, ti, rltlcatlon of the plaintiffs petition de, afU'r the cause had been op- by defendant. - ltefendant tiled a to strike the i.lnli.i lira flmniiiini wasasso;ned to James Turner. r.ne verllli was made, pealed tuotton to strike the pliiiiilltTs amended petition from the flic for the want of a sutllcieiit verltlcatloii of the said petition, by reason of the atlldavit beinjr. sworn to before the magistrate who is an interested party In the action. The Court sustained defendant's motion, and gave plain till leave to amend by the Kith of April. Lovcll tor plaintil)'. mid Conover &, Cralirliead lur defendant. Ueorye tfchn fr vs. Chritliana Sr.haeffrr. Action for divorce upon the jrmnud of wilful absence for over three years. Decree granted accordingly. Andrew Vorriyun vs. lintanfia Corriijan. Action for divorce cause ndultcrv. I)ecree rrauted. C. II. Winters, Attorney for l'laintiff. ' Kliiabelk Stoker vs. Samuel lihnut: Action In bastardy, l'leaof jruilty entered by defendant and the defendant ordered I.1LV t.hn PIbIii.IH A'lrjl ni.il nlv. r... r--. -- ...... w.,.i.. the faith fill iierforiuauce of the order of tlie ..,-, ,v . ,. . ...... .1,. n,...,r.ll,...lu If - ...... .... w. u. . J. Thompson, Attorney for Plnlntif). S. 11. JacKson lor iJcicnuaiit. "''''i ZZ?:'"? .Iiiiliriiinul- i'nr IM-iInrlir A i !. A lur I IIIHIMII. , Uliam McComtHl vs. Sarah Jane McVvn- " tutam MCLoiuieii vs. Sarah Jane Jact'im- nellt Act'on for divorce on the ground of adultery. Decree granted. E. Thompson, Attorney for l'laintiff. Tn a Sphynx a Mystery. Tiiosk nobby suits, at tho Eagle Clothing Store' tf Deplorable News. What a sad calamity has befallen us less than six hundred Wheeler & Wil 8011,8 Sewing Machines, were sacrificed la the raging flames at the burning of Pike's Opera-House. We are nevertheless glvon understand that despite this great loss, i....i i . ., . . urus uirecs nomine manufacturers have sprung up, for each one demolished, Sumner & Co, the Agents declare that their sales have since the great fire been more numerous than heretofore. They say that the only manner in which they can account for this is. that fearful of an other such calamity, the people are deter lady mined to gnu-d against It, by supplying themselves la time with one of the greatest modern Inventions and wonders of the WOrld, the Wheeler A Wilson's ehamplon sewlnir machine. llvt,.n Offle. 1A Thl.,1 street. ap7-d&vrlt Iir tou want something superior In the m"tafrj "no. don t forget to call at Gabriel Haas', 335 Second street, Thb 8phvnx-T1iIs startling mystery ,i.ii. .. i. a . , W,,loh """"ed profound a sensation wherever exhibited, and which has latelv been drawlnir crowded houses In Firvi.li.in I-""-. - Ml be elucidated on Monday '"gntat Somerby ft Bruce's renowned Gift Entertainmeut at Huston Hall. The Sphynx I an Egvptlan marb'e, a human WrthUt ,"Prl"d -city, mnto" 11 noTer caU or lecP yet It "n talk, drink and smoke, the sume as any Im port man being. It lias puzzled the wisest head 'K"1". "d all who sec It are transfixed with wonder. Crowded bouses wll! be pres ent at Huston Hall to witness the appear ance of this, startling phenomenon. We hazard nothing In assuring our reader that Is an extraordinary seu&ation. It Is the thenin nf nnnverauHim m.U...n .l..'.. nn. n every clty where UhM becn eMU. T',e ccond most attractive feature of renowned Fntertninment will lu thn Presentation of a ItvaiiUful Gift of splendid . , iaJrroTl,'0 , v '." '" A " " a reserved seat. We opine that the Hall be tar too small to bold tho crowd that surely be In attendance. Go early. I Sanitary lUroma, On Thursday we published the report of Dr. Reeves oa the sanitary condition of the city. The report Dr. Steele will be found on the first page this paer. On Monday that of Dr. Jen nings will appeur. Theso reports contain much that Is Interesting, and should lie carefully read by the people of tlie city. . TlIRTLK Sotr AT TUB ATLANTA To-MOH- MoHMiNd. There will be a fine lunch the Atlanta House on Market street: to morrow uioriUng. at 10 o'clock A. M. Green 1 mrtic soup, nice roast or meat, chicken all the freshest vegeiublea of the mar ket, ltd I Th KiirKH BciLuixo. The KelrVr building, on the site of the old Methodist cuureioniuini.ireem.rapiu.y progree.-, The handsome .tone-front ha al- ready reached the third atory, and the building when completed will be one or t.Da svnaetrle.l ....I .tte.e.l K...I. T . .7 . I lu the city. City Council. FRIDAY EVENING, April 6. Presentr Messrs. Iddlnirs. tinrv, Irun- nor, Kiefor, Wiank. lUiiiKiiwii, Hutt, Loh- uutn, .Urtircgor, HotlefL Colhowor, ilutx and Stephana. The minutes of tba previous meetliiir were read and approvi'd. ' A perttlon from B. P. Gump and others, askinif that the alley between Clegjr stJ-cet 1 i... V- i i M ; ' """'" . ' j " ""ui- -u ..... '"" --"h ;" ""i1 JA.nswr.rth s estate bo Improved, was referred toCotnniltteo on Ortllnances to ro- p"rt an ordlnjiieo, .A Milnuail At (lllll (iHTOd Oil Ill6 ' A communication from the Board of v.. ..... ...v a. vko liviu ..i.i.k , Hntf the months of April, May, Jr-iie. .Inly, Al'K"' anil cl.teulber. was read. 1 ho ' ',rHt WM ri-frTTo to the Committee on In Th.muM J,rm"'7. "l Prt to the tommlt- 0r,ll,ia"w. Port " Ordinance I forAt,ie Mmo', ., , a .1 A comniuiilcation from the City Solicitor, I In Mtlnf'l.ii tn av4niH Info a .1 ar l,..l.n. Jt, u.:iihik tlon ,n. to. T. J. S. Smith hsiu was reee veil ".. ."uul" wnmir , , . ., , , 7 J,ea,, askhiK that the tltv Hospital be put J" ,'l!T',,!,.n t,,lli: nn 0r!U,"""'e ,m',ed , i" l"-nl'IMt hojrs from lielns penned up ilu- i ,,,'' J relation toclnhnsfor dfttmipcH by i juwiuir, miw nxciTCil, Him HMflTtMl to William Dickey Km... unHer uro- .i..4 a. a "it "" acoiirueioii.nosunjcci. ... nn report Irom lrusU;es or the Kiijhth I in hll" Con)iltteeconsltli.Kol Mei '''i'.'"" 1 1'.T".,"" n".'1 n.ier,u. 1 f h? Monthly Keports ot the 8tn?et C ! inissioiier and Market Master were Com Or dered on file. Several receipt from the Treasurer for money received uv sale of loU on Seelev ditob. Ac. were received and the Treasurer orderetl to 1 charged witii the same An onlinniico to improve tho nllcr be tween lots 212(1 and 3081, and anonllimme to light part of Third street east of Front street, Kenton and Wyandott streets, were read tne nrst ami second tunes, and ordered to be published. , Tho owners of lots on north sldeof Second street between Wilkinson and Perry streets wem oroereu to nag ihcirHldowalhs within thirty days. The owners of lots on tho west sido ol Wilkinson street between First and Second street, were ordered to be notified to flag niiiir siucwaiKS wuiiltl thirty uavs. Tho bell on Miami Enarlne-hoiise was do nated for use of Board of Education, at District No. 5. i The Cuniiiitteo on Grade, and the City ("vll Engineer were authorized to ascer tain what grounds are ncccssarv to stralghteu Richard. Eaglo and Miami streets, and to open Pearl street to Filth.; The City Solicitor was Instructed to pro ceed to take tho proper steps to oieu tlie alley from Walnut te Wind street. The Committee on Public Square wns nn thorlzcd to employ some suitable iersoii to take charge of the Park and open the sumo. The City Solicitor was Instructed to re port to Council the proper steps either ju dicial or summary proceedings, to free the street from unauthorized obstructions by railroads. . The resolution authorizing extra com pensation to the City Solicitor for unusual and extra services was taken up and lost by the following vote: Yeas. Messrs. (Jury, Briinuer. Kieer. Shank. Cllngmau. Butt Lehman and Iddings, 8. Navs: Messrs. McGregor, Bosler, Colhower, Blitz and Ste phans, 5. Bills allowed WIT. Grimes S: J.Nioicen 10; A. lluger 910: J. W. Turner A Bro. S; Seeley & Hudson $275; Thomas Dover i it ; ana vv. ii. jjickiiam 14.). After jiasslngthe usual appropriation Or dinance, Council adjourned. Tun Sphynx a Mvstery If Top want a neat and well trimmed Hat go to Gabriel Haas, 335 Second street. Auction this evening, corner of Market and Jefferson streets . Christopher Is clos ing out must vacate the room next week Christopher A Spleiman are closing out at Auction their entire stock of goods, at the corner of Jefferson and Market streets. Sales every morning, afternoon and night. Great bargains are offered. aprStf Frkk Show, Freb Show, Fuke Show, At Huston Hall, At Huston Hull, At Huston Hall, On Saturday Eve. , On Saturday Eve, . On Saturday Eve, By Prof. Hamilton, By Prof. Hamilton, . By Prof. Hamilton, With his trick pony on the stage, With his trick pony on tho stage, With hi trick pony on the stage, ' it To the Ladies. If you want a fashiona ble Bonnet, goto Gabriel Haas, 335 Second street, s -, , the place for Bargains. CiiRtsToriiKR is closing-out the , entire stock of goods at auction, corner of Jef ferson and Market streets. Auction this evening. Si'RiNd Opening, or Boots, Shoe. Hays and Caps Wm. Kelim thankful for the very liberal patronage that he ha received from a liberal public Informs his o'd custo mers aud a tuuuy new ones a wish to en- courage a young beginner, that he has ea- larged his atore room, at No. 88 Jefferson j street, nearly opposite tlie Market House, ! aud is now receiving and opening sncx tensive stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats and : Caps, bonght of the umiiufiu .urers at ' greatly reduced price, which he will sell cheaper lh:in ever. He also manufacture to order Boot Bootees, Gaiter and Slippers for Ladies, ; Gentlemen and Children, of the best mate rials, equal to any in the city. Remember the place, 88 Jefferson street, next door to Makely's Blacksmith shop, It City 1 lor ki. This hotel ha been fitted np la splendid style, and will be opened on Monday next. Mr. Wright the nroorleuir. ' ha spared no efforts to make It a place of pleasant resort for traveler and transient! visitor to the city. , All who calloa blm . h. U.n-H)th.t the .III h. .!lee.H 1.. for. Wa wore In error In qtatlug that ir. W. iia lso.se. the hotel. II ha purchased, . .1.. i.. - i""i-" his "penuaueut lustltutien." BY TELEGRAPH. Highly Important From Washington. - ' ' , wn. WASHINGTON, April 6. Anolher session of deep Interest accom p:inleil with oepasionsl scenes of excite ment took plane In tlia, Mcinite tliisaftcr noon. Shordv aller the henate eonveiici Air. I. fine, of katisaa. oH'enHl a loint. rewnln tlon lor the admission ot tlie States lately sitjreested by llie I'resident In Ills letter o j Auiritst 15. addressed to Governor Sharkey or Mississippi. I aiic i uiiiiii limn iiiiu ill of Kitlll((Ki011 , t,e repr I WtuU's are the rci.udlatlo . Bllttl.,luU.t! f t, j.'edc The conditions laid down as to the terms presentatives oi these on or the rebel neht. guarantee of the federal debt niiniillin the ordinance of secession, and qiiulifict n lira if" to tne colored ireoiuo. Upon the discussion of this resolution, Senators Lane am1 v silo Indulged to thci hearts' content in crimination and recrltn inatlon, with somewhat severe personal! ties, and a great dcul of sledgo-huinnicrliig aim lomanawK si vie oi oratory. To Mr. Wade had been accorded hereto. fore the undisputed leadership In tills inns cular style ot declamation, but lie came near losing his laurels to-day in the contest witn Kline, who came as near up to, as the case may he, the Wade standard. They had It nip aud lucK. and at tne close It was lian: to determine who Had the best of It, ex cept In tho premises npon which the two gladiatorial orators stood. Mr. Lane earnestly sustained tho I'rcsi dent' policy, nod announced that hence, forth he should bo found by his side, dc fending him from tlie onslaught of fill- vtaue: wnne tne latter reirerated tne sev erul naughty things he said yesterday anil recently about the l. resident and those win supported htm. At about three o'clock the Civil Rights mil was culled up, and Air. uooiittlu made a forcible speech of some lunglh, und gave nis views in iiivor oi tne measure. During the progress of his sjieecli It was whispered around that Senator Morgan, who bad been generally counted upon as one of tnose who would sustain the veto, had stated that he should vote for the bill This news struck consternation among tlie friends of the veto who hud confidently re lied upon seventeen votes, including M r. Morgan, and which until to-dav, was the estimate of all persons at nil advised of the lacts. Mr. l.lxoii learning Mr. Morgan position and knowing, therefore, that his vote would not save the veto, determined not to risk his health by coming out of his House. Mr. v. ngnt wus present. Some two hours were sucut after Mr, Doollttle concluded his speech, in general uiscussion nv nenators jticiJougaii. hauls bury and Davis, tlie latter making, with empnasis, tne louowing announcement: j'ass your r rcciinien s Hiireau mil and Civil Rights Bill, and henceforth I am the enemy of your uovernmcnt, and will spend tue iceuie remnant oi uiy uie in etioru to overtnrow it." ' About half-past six o'clock the presldlnir onicer caned lor tue vote upou tne ques tion, snail tne mil mis, tne oujection ol the resident to tno same notwitiistainlliig. Hercat the vast assembly was hushed iii breathless attention. The result now depended upon the re sponse ot Mr. Morgan, ana as the Clerk progressed down tlie Hat and approached tlie nume of that Senator, all eyes and curs were turned toward nnu, and when in re- spouse to the call of bis name he answered yes, a tremendous round of applause, min gled with exclamations, went up from the galleries. The Clerk proceeded with tho call and di rectly tlie President announced that by a vote of thirty-three to llllcen the bill hud Cussed, and Here aguin munucrs ot appluuse roke forth, some of the Senators ioinlnsr. and Mr Wade especially making vigorous uemoiisiraiioiis oi uengui. The following was the vote: Yeas Messrs Anthony, Brown Chandler, Clark. Conness. Craglii, Cresswell, Ed munds, Fessenden, Foster Grimes. Harris Henderson, Howard, Howe, Kirkwood, j.aue ot Indiana, juorgau, .Morrill, Nye, Poland I'omeroy, Ramsey, Sherman, Spntgne. Stewart Sumner, Trumbull, Wade, Wiley, Williams, Wilson, Yates 33. Nays Messrs Buckalew, Cowan. Davis, Doollttle. Guthrie, Hendricks. Johnson, Lane nf Kansas, McDougul, Nesiulth, Nor ton. Riddle. Saulsbury, Vuu Winkle, Wright 15. Absent Mr. Dixon. A few member of Congrcs then upon the floor attempted to shake the hand of Sena tor Morgan, but that gentleman shook his head disapprovingly, ana declined to re ceive their congratulations. I' pon motion of Mr. Trumbull the pass age of the bill was directed to be certilied to the House, and the Senate adjourued. The President was advised this morning that Mr. Morgan would vote for the bill, and that, so far a the Senate wns con cerned, the veto would not be sustained. From New York. NEW YORK, April 6. Immense fire are now raging In several place in thl city. The large brick bulldiiiir on the corner of Riiiudway and Itarrlay streets 1 entirely destroyed and the fire progressing. No. Aia atl-2 and 301 Broad v. a v are burned out and the fire i still burning. Among the buildings In the rear, on Ful ton street. theCluremont Hoiiseand adjoin ing buildings, are on tire. a not hit nre is raging niriner up .road way. I he loss of properl y is vcrv irreat. No estimate can yet be reached, as the fire men have hut little mastery over the flumes. The Tremont House la also on fire. The Herald' $ Toronto siieciul lay the city is greatly excited by the news of tlie sailing of a Fenian t Xc!ltlnn, and it Is believed that tlie report of Its going to Ber muda is a blind, and that Quebec is the destination of the Fenians. Information deemed reliable bus been received here, that the Fenians are putting gun In ves sels at Chicago, and have two schooners loaditi wltn field pieces for an attack on the western bonier. Another lire has just broken out near the Battery. From Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, April 6. A destructive Are o'eurred in Kdinburir yesterday. Il broke out In the roof of the Johnson House, tlie snark from which com municated to building one-quarter of a mlleoir. Also, to Klrkets, MiH ormick & KJJL'1 ."!lUi"l!l. VIZ ! W. " wm, i..- ..... . ..IK, which were destroyed. ' enfinerwahniv all nf The entire ioaa la estimated at from jo.usj to0-0iA. . . etr, "mV m V; rii.'llv in J.I i" Zu. .,L!'"liV...lnr , The ratlmail hrliliri.a u.n. In fi.in.l. nM,t '""JJer, but escaped without luiury. .TJi'i'l'fhf '" "'r' l"" lr KMillO. One hank has I.UiO of f paper. Thl failure will aBett other parties. Modification of the Test Oath. NEW YORK, April 6. The iot'f Washington special say Sec retary McCulloch and Postmasler-genernl Ilennlsoii have sent communications to the Senate asking for a modification of the test oath for otllce-holdcrs. Several persons now hold places who can not take tho oath, and, therefore, no salary is paid llicm. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, April 6. FLOl'H Tho inkrkef renmln. inrit. with a fnlr local ili-niiiml, without nut tsseetlul i linmo' In Hie market We tlll qiiole nupi illue at 7M 1 ; cx ..'""'", snil lamll.,,ttt.ll anil ii.i.ei at $ti.i. In 6c. WI'KA'I'-Tho clmlee Kiailen or Whe.it are can e, ami prirtw netlill malula in il bi.t uuo U'll; No S nil, new. I. hi l ai fl IMI IU: No 1 .1,.. si f I iri wi; ohl red, va t 4(1, an. I ..lit .vliiio, i Nl. tollN The iniiikcl Is le.a Ibm, nn.l price, me vbtnalH In. lower. We nuotu -helleil, in an v.. tor. at .11 .'.; In nu kii. sue. OA'I'S I he niiirlii., I. ulllin,., ..... ..... .. rhsnim. No. , In elev.llor. Would not ii.'iinr over m l :,o.! Hit. 1. i'llr. ItAKI.KV The market Imlull, ami prl. e. ri' main as hi. I nnoteil. ItYK lillt lilll 1. nlT,..n -ntl.a . lie qnnleil :ll nail Ikv.. lor Nm i mill -J GKIM KIMKM -I'he market lis. i.i..l.,r....... .... material ilmnu ulnce our la.t. The ili iiinml I. loir at S4li...iH. lair llimml lor liiir 1.. a II... I'oireei lii.iir.... ilr rnw Snu-iir : IIIVS" Hn. for hard refilled ilo.. anil ii?!13i.. for Molasses. W IIHKY'I'Ihi ili.i.i.iml i..i.ti....uu .- I....H...I anil the market rules dull at as in it... I,.ii.... ilulv pn'il. Ilomleil In enllrelv iioiuhimI h. ii.i-i, It no ilemanil anil no lalt s. IMPORTANT To Wholesale Hat Buyers. The undersigned keep every description of goods connected with the HAT anil CAP trade. We arc buying and selling jn huipally f ir cu.11 ; and at net canh jiricim. Constantly receiving fresh poods.; and ready, at all times, to meet the lowest figures of a ilet liuhiy mark et. Buyers are respectfully InvlteTl to come and see what w e have to offer them. Win.I)ODDAt'o.' Wholesale Hat House. OKSBK PgAKL AND riSIt M78.. apM4t CINCINNATI. THB CLASS ROOMS (IF TUB f Western Conservatory of Music, Are now open. and plrman- h.Vi l.V located at No. rt, St. CLAIK STREET. Initruetlon given In All Branches of Music, l'rlv.na. and in Clae JanVT-dly JOHN ZUNDEL, Nc ROAD NOTICE. OTICK IS HEREBY M1VEV THAT A ih til Ion will Ire prtMwiittd to the tVnnniisionr uf Mdiitifoiiierv ( niintv (thin .it hUti (.. )t UrUi .hi the tlr-i. M.iidIhv of Mnv. A. 1 iMrtft itrHvf.ijg ir ihv i'Mtalili'ihnifiit of u Knw Tiirnt'lki uiMi uiuiiic UieiuiiuwiugUettviiLMMlniuto iu fiuutv Ui-wit: llt'irlnninir ut tlio rnrfMirftllnn tins r uiami. hiirir. 00 tin enr ( n ek Uoml: thmir itlona- wn.i rO.l'l tl till UttUt.r4.flUr'.. 1111-11- 111 .I.ili.iruin Trtun. Slilh. In H:ill roimty. MANY 1'KTl 1'Jt tM.Hs j hit" 11 w, jnno. Opora-Ho ubo HAT STORE, RVKItr DKSCIUITIOS OF riiVTS, CAPS, AND Gentlemen's Furnishing I HE UXIiEHSlGNKD BKijS TO IN ulll the iiulillu thai ue lias N"0"W OT23N, ' Ami will kuau uia.taotlr an hand every Unni; NEW & DESIRABLE" In thm mbowv line. " " t . 1 Ladies and Gents' Eld Gloves, A COMPLETE LINE. ,. In fart ererr-thlnn kept In A FIRST CLASS lint, Cnp, and Fumlsliinif 10s fub ... llKboietiit. : Our Prices Defy Competition.' Xew riooiln JTryWrrvf Evrty H'tht K. A. HKRRMAN. No HI Main it, (Ir.. a lli.ue Corniir. ili4Uv liaytuu, Ofcm JAI kSO.N I.A.MiUO.V. JOSKI'U LA.NliDOX. FEEMIUM CAERIAGEMAIUFAGTORY! J. LANCDON & BRO., Manufacturers of CAUItlAUK". IMH'KA WAYS. ' ' BCGUIKS, ril-CTOXS Sl'BIN'G WAfJONS. YOKK WAfiONS, SI.ElC.His, C AC. TrtTcrvir a tivrtv ui nnvaa ........ L.UtT tTYlt A FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. -hll.lirol. o7l,. I. , E. ttk m. ..At a a... uiiiii. Ilrualrina ltuttu 1'iinnutln l X'nti.. AI-SO, DEAI.EltS IN HARDWARE. ' aireata Kir lletKl.l, Buliinan k IV. KlrvaniJ ri foi ate.. ...j Heh,i,-. w,,.-.!. . and 1 u,r. .,iee., ' dacitf -1 1?.V(.V AM. I T MAIS STKKHT. XHOW B1I.I.B AojCoaulr Muichaut.. nealh' lirlatad St la aaj tun KUMua Jo Saota.