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THE DAILY EMPIRE?
M. I. HOBIINW. ...... t:niTOH, .,.. ... ""in tm.-. M..NiMi'r. DAYTON, OHIO, Thursday, April 12, 1866. Where Can the Negro Vote? An unposttxl man In tills country nilrlit rraaonabljr Infer, from tlie amount of liul clamor about negro rights anl privilege, of which he hoar no much and o contin ually, especially from the New England sections, that voting waa about aa common to him aa could be desired by any class of people. The Albany .eirom Yoluntoerotl the valuable Information, the other day, for the be no lit of all concerned, that "there are otdy two State In the, Union where the negro la allowed to vote without proerty qualification. They are Vermont aud New Hampshire, the former of which haa eighty negro voter, aud the latter one hundred and ninety. In Massachusetts every voter must, within two years, have paid State or county tnx, unless excused from taxation. In Rhode Island, a voter must own real estate of one hundred and thirty-four dollars value, or of the clear yearly value of seven dollars over any ground rent. A colored person is not allowed to vote In New York unless he has resided in the State three years, and is a freeholder iu value of two hundred and fifty dollars, and paid taxes thereon." And, It might bo added, that in Ohio, a negro, to be a xehite man, must huve a pre ponderance of white Hood In Ills system, and if the Judges decide that ho has not, Ae cannot vote. What is a Congress? The Constitution says : "All legislative powers herein granted shall bo vested In a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives." The Constitution further says : "The House of Representatives ihall be coinmed of memlM-rs chosen every second year by the people of the several Slates," Ac. It further says: "The Senate of the United States $hall be composed of two Senator! from each Statu," Ac. These two bodies, therefore, so consti tuted, are mado a Congress, in accordance with tho chief law of the Government. Speaking of tho vote by which the Negro Equality bill was passed the other day, the Cincinnati Enquirer calls attention to the fact, that tlie Senate consists of seventy-two members, and the House of two hundred and thirty, when all the States are repre sented ; a majority of the Senate, therefore, must be thirty-eeven, and of the House, one hundred and nineteen." "On the question of overruling tho veto, but thlrty-threo Senators voted Bye, with one hundred and twenty-two Representa tives. There was, therefore, leu than ama- ority of the Senate for tho bill, anil only a larc majority of the House. As tlie Consti tution, in such cases, requires turn-thirds In each branch, it will be seen how small a cause the Radicals have for rejoining. It Is not the Congreti of the United States which overrules the l'resldeut, but only a Hump fragment of it." In this connection It may be well to re mark that, should the Radicals and conspir ators recklessly dare to move In the impeach ment of the President, the Senate, being tlie body to try him, and to convict or acquit hi in, "would require two-thirds, or forty eight Senators. There are but fifty mem bers of the Rump all told, of whom not over thirty-two could be Induced to sustain an Impeachment. Neither the President or the country would allow Its Executive to be removed from office by less than turn-third of the Senate of the United States. A n at tempt to do so would be an act of revolution In the Government, full of personal peril to all engaged In It. The President is the rep resentative of all the States, and will not be removed by any tribunal less broad and ex tensive than that." On this point the Philadelphia Age con cludes an able review of the many outrage ous acts of tlie Revolutionists with "It Is well to ho warned In time. If the storm la coining let us not be unprepared for it. If the President of the United States is to be made a victim of party mal ice because of his runintcnuiico of the rights of these States under the Constitu tion, and his refusal to obey the behests of a lawless faction if he is to be Impeached by such accusers as Thnddeus Stevens, and tried before such judges asCharlc Sunnier, we have a vision, dreadful but distinct, that the decree which shall unseat him will be registered in blood whose Mood, time alime can show." Migatory Blackbirds. The MUledgeville, Georgia papers suy tin blacks are leaving that State by thousands, to labor in the West. The National Intelligencer says the blacks of the District show a disposition to go South rather than North. The Charleston Courier reports that three thousand two hundred freed men have emi grated from North Carolina during tlie last three months to the New England States. It falls to say, however, whether in that number of blackbirds that have formed a roost "dew u East," are Included tho prote ges af the forty odd Yankee school-marms who taught young Cu floe's Idea how to shoot, down at Hilton Head. A "Dead Duck" Quack. FuBNCT'a Washington Chronicle announ ces that a habeas corpus Is to be sued out In favor of JarKausoM Davis, and calls It "ft startling illustration of the results to which the President's policy, If persisted In and allowed to proceed unchecked, will Inevita bly lead us." The New York Tribune very pertinently asks "Why not?" and says: "If a man Is in Jail he ought to be tried aud sen tenced or released." . Trial of Civilians by Military Tribunals. I hiiualH. The Cincinnati Enquirer tUiis expresses It opinions of these bodlrwhlch were the engines of so many outrages, oppres sions and murders during the war. The day ot retribution Is dawning rapidly, flays the Enquirer: V have very little doubt that when the opinion of the majority of the court Is pub lished. It will IX! IdiiihI to cover tno wnoin ground, and deny totally the right of such tribunals to exist. It will be remcmlicrtul. that while thev were defended, both iiuon considerations ot principle and expediency, by nearly the entire press of the Republi can party; while any symptoiiisof opposi tion to them shown tiy iwmocratie journals was denounced ae treasonable, aud ventila ted as proof iwsltlve of sympathy with se cession, very few unmilitary persons con victed and sentenced to sutler ueain oy them were permitted to be executed. i Executive clemency, as it waa called, stepis'd In, at the opportune moment, and the liand of the executioner waa stayed. We never UoiiImXI why this was done, ii was no illsnutnble Question. The lawvors of the Ad'iiiuistration, although not In general, perhaps, very eminent counselors, knew that these tribunals had not. and could not have, any rightful authority; that every man cut ou irorn me i:imigii their dwress, however unworthy to live he may hare been, was. in the eye of the law, murdered, and that tlie blood-iruiltlness extended back to those by whom theoourta were created and commissioned, it was not a matter In which even tyros In legal science could entertain a doubt. The spectacle or the head men of a great nation permitting such violence and wreng and not permitting, merely, buU with their own hands (Milling Into existence and setting in oieratioH the machinery by which it was perpetrated aud then com ing In with pretended mercy to pardon the culprit, but with real cowardice to screen themselves from the consequences that might result from a murder perpetrated in the uiinio of justice, is such an one as, for the credit of civilized humanity, we hoie. lias not often been perpetrated. Tlie author of a volume published not two years ago, sieaklng of things wtiluli were men pics cnt. says : "It is iiupoaxlblc to overlook tlie great fact that the employment of civil ollieers lias ceased to he a erceptiblu feature in the general administration of tlie Union. Tnose duties which, with some exceptions, under the llritish system, have not. far more than live hundred years been intrusted to the military, arc now habitually discharged by that ami of the publiu service. We ven ture to say that there is not one general olllcer engaged In active service who. judged by English or federal law, has not nniue himself liable to infamous punish ment through the Courts of civil judica ture; nor Is there the least question hut those Courts have legal jurisdiction of every such offense." In all proimuiiity tno ooimioii oi me su preme Court, when It shall be promulgated, will pronounce every extension of tlie lur isdtction of military tribunals beyond their legitimate province the army Illegal. Such being the case, all who have been en gaged in them will be. In the eye of the law, wrong-doers, and as such subject to prosecution by those who suffered in per son, liberty or property at their hands. It is an established principle of law .that no man can justify himself for his unlaw ful acts by setting up nn authority In Itself un lawful. Tim administration by commis sioning men to hold illegal courts, cast them into danger. It la one of the penalties which men pay for supporting a weak, cun ning aud cowardly administration, which seeks to se reeu Itself by debauching and sacrificing everv thing that is below it: re quiring its adherents, for its sake, to make knaves aud criminals of themselves. The Negro Equality Ticket. Theoriranofthecolored peoplnln Charles ton. SotitliOnroliiin, In its Inst Issiio names as IU ticket for 1S, Oen. Grant for Pi-esi-(k-iib Hon. Win. D. Kelly for Vlco I'real ilent, Charles Fraiieia Adum for Seeretnry of Stats. John A. Iiinirhnm for Attorney General, Selmyler Colfax tor Secretary of the Interior, John Aiitior itotts pit l'ost maiter General, Senator Grimes for Secre tary of the Navy. Geu. Sheridan for Secre tary of War. Letters of acceptance are loovked for st an early day, so that there may be no delay In opening the campaign. A Very Destructive Storm. The storm In some portions of Wiscon sin, on last Sunday niht, was awful and destructive. Iu and around Spring Green, as reported In the Madison Argus House and barns were struck by ltrht nlnj;. and entirely destroyed. Among these are the new hl'h-school house, at Lone Rock, entirely conaumed, and a barn near Lone Itock, containing two thousand bushels of grain, fifty tons of hay, three horses and two cows. Large numbers of horses, rattle, sheen and hoirs have been destroyed. Mirny farmers have lost nearly every thing Ihelr farms being completely stripped. Mills have been swept away, to gether with all their stock. lndc(, the lamnge can not be estimated. Party Despotism. Tho New York Commercial Advertiser, a onservntlvc llepubllcan jmjier, say s : 'H'oiiL'ress is acting with shameful parti sanship in unseating iiieinls rs who claim seats. Disguise it as they will.it is be lieved that these changes are made for purely partisan purposes, in tlie case of Mr. Stockton, tho necessity of his dlsulace- mout is almost oeiily urged ou party grounds, and the manner iu which it was accomplished yesterday, is simply disgrace ful. Does the maiorlty fear the ability of the men whom they so cavalierly unseatf If this thing continues, contestants alone will have seats, and the rights of Democrats to a place, will not depend uihiii the woplc wtio elect tliem, nut upon tlie necessities ol party managers." tlTSenator Tuumuull, of III, Is con demned by his own reoord. In 18H3 he made a speech at Chicago, in which lie said : 'Necessity Is the plea of tyrants, and if our (oustltutlon ceases to operate the mo ment a person charged wltn lit) observance il.luLa tltMpa la . nMjasttv tn vlolatf. it. it. In of no value. We are fighting to maintain the Constitution, and It esueci-: ally becomes us in appealing to tu people, to oome to IU rescue, unt to violato it our , selves. JJoui are tee better than the rebele if both alike set at naught the Constitution I 1 ' - ..iii Quilp thinks there must be a good deal of bad veal in the market, ludgiun; from the number of fals calves" that nave been seeu la the strcuU of late. . Party Despotism. GLEANINGS FROM THE MAILS. Ernest Shraitef was arrested at Lawrence burg, Is., for fraudulently Inspecting one titindrcd and twenty-four botes of cigars. The penalty is 3uu per box. That Is the niost extravagant smoking that w have ever heard of; 37,300 ought to last him at least till the next crop oome. Tlie Worcester Uasette says the season Is had for pairs. Forty-two divorces are be fore the Supreme Court there. ' Of the pib-e money' Just 'distributed, fl. P.le gets the largest amount $110,000, Admiral Karragtit gem MV70 67, and Ad miral Porter lil.62A iw, , , The demagogue hlcf- lnstk e, the other day. In a sec-li In New York, exulted over the passage of the Civil Right Bill, and said the next step would be, to give the ne gro a vote. Certainly that Is the next step, and It would not be Any morn unconstitu tional than the one already taken. . From official returns, prepared under di rection of the Provost Marshal General, It appears that 280,78'J Union olllccrs and men lost their lives during the war. Of this ntimlMT. 6,2-Jl commissioned and 90,886 en listed men were killed or died from wounds; while 1:121 otllccrs and 1U') enlisted men died from disease, or, in a few cases, from accident. Governor Jenkins, of Georgia, has Issued an earnest appeal to the men of means In that State to come forward and loan the State money to save her people in the va rious districts from starvation. , Hindoo widows, Instead of burning them selves on the funeral pilesof their husbands, arc, like sensible women marry lug again. Paris Paper. John L. Livingston, a clothing dealer was arrested on Tuesday evening, for sw indling a New York dealer out of goods to the amount of ., (MM). Edward MeGrathy. J:is. Swett and John Watson, while attempting to cross Cedar river, near Mitchell, Iowa, on the nth Inst were swept over the dam below and drowned. ' , ' The Commissioner of Customs has been informed of the arrest of a well-known smuggler. In tho neighborhood of Pitts burgh. Now York, who has lieen very mic. ressful for some time past In his smuggling operations aud his ellorts to elude pur suit, 'i On Tuesday the President signed an' or der granting pardons to thirteen Ixiiilsian lans. one South Carolinian, mid one Aia i liuuiiuu, all under the $20,000 clause, At Washington requisitions have been ; received nt the Freedmen's Rnreau for ' alxmt three hundred freedmen, to go to Ar- kansas aud Mississippi. Tills demand In creases tho number to be furnished, for I which requisition haa been made. Party Despotism. GLEANINGS FROM THE MAILS. Special Notices. Iteback'i Hitlers. " ' There la nair at true word epoken In Jeiat,' aald a gcntli'tnan to hit friend he re marked that 'Ureenkar.lt aura (), kail Keba, ka are belter." MEDICAL NOTICE. , K. : i; may be conaulted aa follows i Dr, In X KM A at the Depot Kutina; Ilouae, on Thsrs days, Nov. . lu.Ss l eh.4. Mnrrh , April IS. . Iu 1'AVTHS at the I'hilliixi Mouae. nn rridayt. Nov. SI. Dec. SO. Feb. S. Miin h . April IS. In TltOV at thu M'irri, Mouse, on Satunlart Nnv.6 Iim. K). Full. S. Muri'h 111. April U. In SPUINi;KIKl.l ut the Willi. Ilnu a ThuiKiltl),, Nor. BU, Jan. 4, Feb. 8, March 15, April 19. ir. CONE has hint oflirea in each of the above plni'A1?, that he has regularly vUited for the past si-Ten yeara. ami :ia nn lias ireaieo anu oureu many Iatlenta, in ench of the alstvu pianos, he can arlve the best of retiM-encee in earh place aa to hla skill. Dr. CON K Treats and Curi', all Titrietiea of ("hronic diiciutoa, inf-ludinf tiioee of the Kve and F.ar; mukea no rharpe for consultation; but If tlmse who consult hinideairetroatment,hecbaryes Call fr hi, Mtfliciuea. Molicliiea that will last a patient from four to aix months, coat irora rife to 'thirty dollars, in Uaah Address i Dr. K CONK. COLUMBUS, OHIO. norasdly New Advertisements. " Assessors9 Meeting. Al lUTOKS OFFICK, ; ATTOMt MOKTUOMKUY COUNTY, OHIO. TuK ASSESSORS ELECTED FOR THE City of Duyton, art) rtMiuoHtUfl to meet at the Auil tor's Dill co, on Friday moruingr 16th of April, at 0 o'clock, for ffuitertAl coosultation. J. W. DIETRICH, aprl-liUL , Coimtvy Auditor. Who Wants Bargains. -a. 1UARTIN BOM It FUG K R- REAL KSTATK A UK NT, - A YTON, OHIO, bat Tor tale. Twtmty Jloutca aud Lou ruuKiuK fruut $WQ to $5.(100. AIo tlx Parmt three In Darke, two In Mont gotnry. and one in Van Wert County. Tho tin.tortiKneil cmi alwayt bt tbuod at the Ohio Iiikiiruuco Oillco, whuaaot out ou Uusiorat, or at tliu 1'ost Offlt-o comor. Itnyw and tells property. Tenut liberal ' aprlS-fef .- New Boot and 2hoe Store. B. P. EMRICK, IL AS JUST RECEIVED, AND IS NOW opening at hit Htmu-rooiii, 104 Main Street Dayton. Ohio Ait ontfre nevr stock of fashionable - - HOOTS and SHOES. lloughtof the manufacturers at Greatly Reduced Prices! Whlohhe wlUaell ' ' '. 1 AS IX)W OH IXIWKIt TIIAV TAX BE KOUOIIT IN THK WEST. rieiuga l'tt(TI('AT. WOHK M AN. of irreat ex latrlfucc. aud having aeli'i'ti'd liia atoc.k with ape ilul referemw to III) It A ill LIT V. he fu ll ill.lUl tlntt his atoi k will n:o tiKNKRAL HATISf AC TION. He haa alao a very fiiau atock of HATS exrxcX CAPS, or the Uteatand nauat doalraMe atylca. . I lletiiTlte alt who wiab to purrtiaiM) gxjod and cheap B. -4. a- , . BOOtS, 5nOeS. rlatSland Cap8, To give him a call. He iilao lnanfrln, .11 Simla of JuAUIts. UKUCi and Ulli LilUaN a WBUr- r , aprn-iuw Dr, K. CONWAY. " i 1 SURGEON DENTIST,' H, . . , , j l , ,. , .... , AV1NO' removei. iiMnomuu frnin'l'hlnl,tetllClMNU STHf.KT, would rwpoct- fully luforin lua rrienda andpauona, thaihe ia now prepurod to reniU-r lil pmleiitloiiitl ervi ut tn nil h. may deal re tnent, at' hla olllre on hKl'OM BJ'UKKT. oputialio the IMtyuas ttauuMl Hank, ai.r tJ.a.,.,1 .... New Advertisements. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE .' V FOR B ALE. ' - I HE UNDERSIGN rm OFFER FOR 8AI.K to the public upon RKAHONABt.ETK.RMS, tho fallow lag Kent talate aituate In Montgomery Count, Stale m uhioi ... RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP. ., . , . The line turn oMmeph M. Turner, situate in the above townfh'p. rnutainlngmie timiclm) sncl alxty (l0) mm of Una, ol wMok tbray-nva are cleared . in. ui un, A New House, A New Barn, Young ttrchard, The fimnea In good order, th timber all en.loacd and good walor. The road from tvAI.KM to the COVl.NUToN PIKK mm along its northern noun. (IsrV. It ! mOrf. nartirulnrlv Am..ri.i mm A.tl.... The north-east quarter of Motion sa, lowuahip S. j range 6 etui. , , , AIM), th following Rest KitiM adnata la ( LAY TOWNSHIP. ' Being tha property of Joneph M. A William Tnr- , nor. rontalnlni; one hiinilrwl anil aeventy-two acroe iu ii iw uix oi an acra. xi.i rann Das so acres of oU'snxi land: A on hnrge Itarn; A Omul llouncf fine Orvhanl, and II atcr) And la well Improved. It lias south of WEST BAI.TIMOUK. urn! I. williins mile o the 1AY TON and I'KION KAILKOAO. ALSO, the following bonse and lot tltuate la tha ' CITY OK DAYTOX. ' , .it "vinjr Hie Tnniniue improvemonts on the nort-ewKeoreer ef KIIsjw Lane uml McLsin Atrei'i Tula h,.nU.h.. I . i .1 . - ii 1 uniiunniiu UI, attached la it. , . , .TOSKI'It M. TfJKNEit. aprS-lwtlAwtf V, 11. 1, (AM I'll UN KK. (Journal cop. NEW FURNITURE and CHAIR WARE-ROOM, In lhcket Halt, 74 Ji ffemon Street, PAt-TO. ., VV HERF. WE HAVE (iPtlvwn A new Us k of 'U HN I TU lit. of Our Own Manufacture, r'nun the lst material anl InUit style. We Iu vite the puliltu to give n a call. aprTlmU I. M. 8TAKK A HON. O. E.TILLSON, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Kosiieetfully tendeni hi aerTicee to the citlxent A Dayton ami vicinit. OfKICK. No. ittl Third atreet llret ilixir west or ( onrt lliulM). liKSlUKNI K, NoW Mxth lrcol, between Main and I.uilluw. npr 0-4iud FINKE, BEEBESSc CO. Tf YOU WISH TO BUY CLOTIIINQ AT WHOLESALE OU RETAIL, goto FINKE, BEEBE & CO. I P T ft II W t S It T n itiTV I'trvrna Caaafinnra, Butinetta, Jeans. Llnun and Cottouatlea at Wholeaale or ltcb,il. rn to If y6it wish ti uitv a -Kirv. ohit or Clutbea at a reasonable price, go to FINKE. BEEBE & CO, v YOfT WANT A KIT1T Xr A T,T- Tn order, at a living price, go to FINKE, UEEBE & CO. Our motto l. to "live aud let live". Wo em ptor none but tint BEST OF WORKMEN, And invite our frienda and the public generally to 1 Give uh n Call. . KINKK, I1KK11KACO. marsl-lrad Mo. 01 Main street, liaytou, O. WALKER & TURNER MERCHANT TAILORS, AftD HKALKR9 IN Ready-Made Clothing AND Gents' Furnishing Goods, No. 301 THIRD STREET, One door East of Phoenix Houae, DA V TON, O. New Arrival of Spring Coods. A TtttJTn W A T rnn .Tlr . ".mwwuiij can uie aiiiention or tlielr frleuils and tbe publio generally tn their tnlendld atock of New Spring Uooda, ouaiatlnv In part of KIK BI.UK, BROWN AND BLACK CLOTBH. PLAIN AN n V1MCV riHHiu.Ea SILK VKLVCTS, SILK AND SATIN V1WT1NOS, - - J1CANB, TWKRDS, SATINKT8, LIIKNS, COTTON A D KS, AO. AC. A anlendid supply of H.A.TJ3 axx3L OSlXS. 4, . . v "w ssa wham Hiiu UilaltWI W.y LIT). . Bikiu.,,... . , r.ivn in vne wei.uiuy are prepared to guarantee perfect aatl.fuclioa. Thoae who want Coat, Pant, Vet, Shirt, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs. Hitmen. At.. Will do well to glva them s call. Alao on bund, s BOYS' CLOTHTNO Remember the old itand. No. ail Third Hlrcet. uudlililwtr WALK bit at 'I'Li UN ICR. NEW STONE QTJARY. Ti HK U0)KIt.SI(lNKD 1US OrENKD s new HTONK gu A KY at BKAVKUTOWN, Aad is prepared to furnish all qualities of 1 u ROUGH OB CUT STONE i On tbe ahorteat sottee. i ALSO Haa on hand lull f.lilNil wvt i iwnn, oi ui. uesa quaiuy and la any quantity deired. . . Onlera re.eirml at I). N. Clark'a Baone-Yunl, Mala aired, Kn.t of Laual, aud adjolulug aluu day'a Mult-hniiim. All nnlcra pmuiptly stteudul to. iiiuminid.M w e. DEitny. "' ' ', CAUTION. Thk" fUBMO ARE WARNED NOT t pun-haae two promlaaory nnt4 made by me and liay ilile to Henry Huffman One noto for fli.unu will lie due on the lat ol April next: aud one rorl,UU0. due on the lat of April, ln. Theae inHi-a we air loriaim. anil aaul tluoman ucg. ly' 10 remove the lll. uinl,rao..tliaruu, therelore "JSglJIfL "" JOMKI-II IlHIIwrH -S'-'-lit , JIWEril BRI'WEK. i. -.... 'rjrtATi 'XTrtrrvrrn - ROAD NOTICE. Notice ui ihcreby oiven that a petllloB will lie preaenhd to tlie Coinmlaaioners of Montgonterr Ouniily, 4 hio. at tlu ir uext ausaion to ix nciu oil me arai Himilay ot May, A. I. ISM, aJS&Wwt?31i alntv to-witl 'iniui i ilcglnning at the corporation line of Mlainle. burg, on the Boar Creek Koari; tlienne along eaid re el to UieUiwnof tMtteniburg.lu JcfTinon Town. ship, la aald county. MANX J'MTl'JUNKIliI hlAv.,1, Ull 1UIIM ' n . m ' iArch HO, IHJS, , . , .Vfl-atw. , , ... t 1 i , j , ' I I j j , j j ; : . New Advertisements. r REMOVED. Eagb Clothiijr store. "TH. bchwarz, WIIOLEUAW ANI) RETAIL DKALEB IN Men', Hoys', l outm' Jb ChiUlren't - CLOTHING, ""118 MAIN STREET, 1 1 AH RKMOV ED FROM II 1 8 OLD ttnmt to the inrge and cominoillouf More mom for merly ocnipied l,jr Mc,.r. MIntlre A HjtirU a. a lirooerr Hlore. bere he n- .(s tnill in, lies hi, niiiiitii'ou. patrons, and tha puuUc in general to ex. amine hi. , . NEW AND FAHHIONABLK Spring Clothing!! '""'T.'.SPJSCIAL ATTENTION la called to the fact, that hi, present itock of oluth i j . : ' Ing la And thst he ha deroted hit time TfTIS SPfttSfG' to the Hudy or raaUug- np hi. gwl, iu tho Most Approved Styles,' Tulf rat term, nnd niore wpeoiaUjr PKlc;K9, lik'h at pitweni jIXIZJ IjOWJ And ran therefore milt the Closet Haver. To ma- t vuice me puiiiie oi me aoove met. no respect- full rciuesU an early ex.tmlicitioa ui oi, t.ioiuios wiiu-lilian Alrtitdy Arrived, niwl at 111 (omliifr Ho la ronfMentor fiitlr meeting the ecpee. tutlonl or the pulihu. In nnlnr, tlutt ieiona dialling tu llinl and NOT luiituka the Old, for The New Place! Ha would aguin call the attention to hi. new pliM-eot biutlneaa and Number nt' the house Willi h iaaa follow,, via: A Large Golden Eagle, WITH AM . An Oval Sign Swung Above AMD RKAniNO EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, 118 IN THE ! ENTER, - Aud auothcr reading- . II. SOIIAVjVIIZ, Which ean be dlatintetlv teen from the Market iioumi on Main atreut. mar so Heavy Eeduction in Prices. ClotMnq . Offered 40 per cent lean in 'tan any other Store. ORDER TO REDUCE MY I.ARflK stoca or Custom and Ready-Made Clothing I will offer at a great laerifloe, my entire atock For Thirty Days Only, At Prlree to defy competition I am cnnHdent that I ahull pWoln KTYI.K, WORKM ANMIIII ami particnlnriy in 1'HlCh.S, all tlioau who will luvor me witn a call. REMEMBER THE PLACE. M. WKIlTIIEIMKn, No. lit Main at., r. of Market ats. mar W-diwir MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS. sti'beegeb"& CO.. No. flits, Third Street, between the i,nimui jtanK una. ft 1'ont Ojjlce, TtrH.i .. ,- . W OUI.D BEG TO CALL ATTENTION stHUVIl UHiMVUaV OI , Ready-Made Clothing 0 BVKBT description: also. Gents' Furnishing Goods Snch aa all klnda of SHIRTS. TJNDER-SHfRTS, DRAWERS, ji.i.ytn.-v Il ui :m 1 l-.H, nt ;A Ivr b, bUSPENDERS. HOSIERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, &e. HATS AND CAPS . or THE FINEST QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES. MERCHANT TAILORING , Will be utteuded tn in all lie branchea. Having employed one of tu i , t Best Cutters in the State, Wo feel conflilent of giving aatlafaction in make, and Hla are guurenteed. .our stock or uiene goods for the . SPRING TRADE la complete. ' We name tn part FINE RI.UK, BROWN AND BLACK CLOTHS, PLAIN AND KANCY CASHIMERM, HII.K VEL VETS, SILK AND KATIN -'" VKSTINOS, JEANS, TWEEDS, SATINETS, LIN ENS, COTTON ADKS, &. All of which weare ua-epared to make up at the Isowost Figuroa , and oa the ahorteat notice. If you want to lave money, call on na, aa ws wilt not be nnderaold by any house in the weat. lion't forget l he name and No. Sua Third 8lre.it, between the foat-Ufllca and the Flret National Hank. fcliK&ilkKUtAlA) CO.- N. K Cash paid for Tobaooo at ail time. mar W tmdSinw , ' i 1 , Fellow-Citizsns: c;all Yoi'U' attention to the fact that I am now prepared, and will attund. To the Building of Cisterns, And will do all kinds of CKMENTIND. during the Buiumer aeaaon. I have providMl uiyM'lr with two eat or hauila in tbia buaiuuaa, aud will b aniuly prepared To Build Sinks to Order, Having had tweneV-ons veara eTiierlemu, In H, aliove bualuuee. At lantern lluildiug I defy enual ' eoniietilion, and warrant that, my work ahall lie eUiil iu durublllty. and auperior iu lluiaii loany in 1 the city, riiteraof evvrv kind nut into claWiu IlkNJAMIX Htl' I No 107 and 100 Jofferaoo atreet, liayUia. O. aiarX Innl.tw ' ' Tags v i Bhipivraand Murekasts TAOS printed te order, as short uotlor. at TH EUI'IKH Steam Job Rooms. rNSlJRANCK'POLiaES A BLANKS tlautly printed at the ,A,MflItK . I ...... ..o MUaaa ok Raoaas , j , i I Amusements. Van Ambtirg & Co'a Menagerie ' wat xiaisiT at DATTON, Oa Main Htreet near the Canal Bridge, TUESDAY, MAY 1. Tioora open at 1 1 and 1 o'clork. A.lml..lon 50 rt Chlhlrea under nino ear,, it n, """"" . JJL'STON HALL, ASTO!(I8IH.VO SUCt-KSa iSomerby & Bruce's EXTBAORDINARYCIFTSENSATIONI Now Open at Huston Hall EVERYBODY PLKASED! wuhu. ..EVEHYRODY DELIGHTED!! an I Vnm,iy and the fair fro,.all7ther,, """" '"'n"" "s THE 8PHYNX! THE BPHYNXf AT EVERY EXTERTAI MENT. n FATJIAN, Thepr of the.wi.aard Ke.il ,n. In aeries of STARTLING EXPERIMENTS. Tickets W cent,. Keaerred aeau, 60 conta No lll.r-Plll:KNo Kr.w.llat. ciMir" 0Ma tocom,u"n' at o'ctock pro FaKhlonalilo Matinee. HATCRDAY AFTPn. N.ION utilovlork 1wh,.n ehildrn?"m l "mll KVvlM r.l!l.' KVKKV CHILD WILL KK- v.a.i v ij . M tr.r,n i. Tl. let. lor aHle at Duboia' Mnaie Store during itlietlav. tin eiirlv tn ....... ' ol" O'lvunre. and tliu. nvold the ru.h and iio in me evening. ' t AMokV Jni'i '.'T1 T flreot. apr 10-'6t "I't-tK Ilumneiia Agent. House Furnishing Goods. a vrt . HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Van Ausdal, Harman & Co., .--.-i HCIi ; AVE IN STORE A ..AV.rm STOCK, f 'laily reviving IIOUtiK-r'lJKMMHINO ,001)8, auitultle ror Furnishing DwellingHouses, Hotels and Churches, COMl'KIHlNd EtiI.ISH AND AMK11ICAN CARPETING 1 or rveav DmrmirioN FLOOR AND TABLE OIL-CLOTnS, MATTINGS, DOOR-MATS. -RUGS AND DRUGGET lNG. A splendid aaaoroment of the newest styles Wall Papers, DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW-PAPERS. . TEASTER CENTERS, FIRE-BOARD PRINTS. Sheetings & Pillow-Casings, Curtain oooda, Counturpanei, Toweling Napkiua, l0)llca, TADLKI.lNltN, TAUI.E ANUWANOtOVKllS,' , Wlndow-ahadea and Wlndow-tHmmlnira. Pioture.' lo,i, Picture-eon!, 1'ictiire-niilU. Richardson's Celebrated Irish linent. Curtain-Corniees, Hand Jt l'inn, Carpet-Warp and Cotton-Yarns, n nciiASKD Siucc hi' I (dine In Prlcts, And wo now offer the (looila at NEW YORK PRICES. , Carpet. Made and JPm Down. Window Hhadoa and Cornices pat an, ,nd other work executed at ahort notice. VAN AU8DAL, HARMAN CO. decHl lyd . i. Main tttreet. WEIQAND'S Dyeing and Cleaning House. JVo. St. CLAIR STREET. Silk., Woolen and Cotton gooda, dved and cleaned In the moat approved alyle. spr-lwdaatw ,' . ATLANTA HOUSE, No. SO MARKET STREET. MM Ik. U1 W. OARDING BY THE WEEK" A W n MKAI.S AT AM, 1IOUKH. Choice Ugara and Llquora at the Bar. . Lunch Every-day at 10 o'clock. V : JACOB WAU4JONER, apr7-8in' Proprietor. A CARD TO THF PI1RI Ifi. IT ICK A IVllIltl1lHh4rl Wilt) aitik.-lr ,il ftfi.H.a na thm well-kuown itHiirtof Mr lIIILMP K LOHKfc.U'tt, to bujt'M Ui KB tDY-MADE CLOTHING, and other ac of r.mU generally kept In connec. tlon thi'n.wllh; uml In doing an, make it our aim and oblect not oulv b hKi f;itl! thA lur.... ir,,iu our preiluccnaor ao rli hlv ami deservedly enjnyed. biit.lf lia.ll. In, b INL'ltK AHK tlie anuiu Co the full. ent extent. To tliia we fiil ourkelrca iiarticuiarlv enabltxl. froia tho I'arl, that tbi. will lie a branch Klore of our KnUinaivs . WlkolPHttlA ItubllHlmiAnt; In Cincinnati, where the Manufacture of clothing la oarrled on under our own auperviaion, whli B glvca ua the grout advantage of .idling at conald erublo liwa prliea, together with tlie iniiiortant Item, nottnbe loatalght uf, that the Uooda an of .ircii.pr ,uaiiir, inane aim nniao, IlUr htOck U 111 Cilllklkt ut' full lin nl .1,1.. Clothing aud lienta' kurnlabing tionda aultahle for the varioua aeaanna, togrtlier with a large aelectloil of riere-Uoods. auch aa t'lntha. Caaaiutera, Veatinga Ac., or latent dealgna, to ault auch ouatomera aa nay piui'ur tu have their lueaaurea Uken, in which in.Uni h a complete tit will lie guaranteed, II pnlilcneii. rloae attention to, and lair dealing in buainuea la the loiu-h-atone or auccoaa, wo aurcly may uvpect a lull patronage of a liberal public. i'lcaM, call aud ace lor vuurucif. Hciiiciulier the nowtlnn. I. K bTUAITHrt HIIO. HocrcHMirs U ritilllp Klopl'er, SSI Thinl t , nay ton, Ohio. mariJltilAw iiayuui, Kebruary M, IM. ROADNOTIClir OT1CE IS HEREBY GIVKX THAT A Mitltion will be prcaeulcd to the Coiumiaaionera of . . ,.....,, uuir next auaalon tu Ini hold on the urat Monday nr May A L IwA pravlug ror thu eataMlkhnicut or ii k roe Turnuika Itonil along the following dcavriued rout iu aald . county tci-wit: r neginutng a or avar me toll-gate oa the fler- alilp; tiirucu eal ulutig Hie old MiuinUburg aud CiTinanUiwn Unad tu the oorporatlou liua ol Jliainliiburg In aald county. March DO, letKi. M AST I'fc'TITIONEns. apt tw "Administrator's Notice. FlIE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY . been apiminted, by the Probate Court or Mont. , goinerr iwunty, Ohio, adotlnlatrator of toe aatats John Maillgan, dwowued. Mtw W. IL i.i vil la,