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Sales Seft Shrrifl'n sa'ss to-morrow. !. mayor, manufactures arid deals in choice hranrls of Cigar., To 'Bceo ami Siiaflf Store, No. 7it Main strict, Phillips Housn. James Braoelin, manufactures Tress-Hootis and Coper' Tuulf, ni.d Heals in Hardware. j Hil establiahroeut is at No. 310, Third street ! Meat The tery lit quality of Meats, tf erery kind, are sold by Fred Schwartz, at his stall No 32, Small uijc of the Market keeps ' the Van Buren Hotel, rn the Lebanon Pike, 1 3 miles South of Dayton. It will be found a first rate stopping place. Don't forget the magnificent spectacle to be witnessed to night in Huston Hall. The Pnn.l:,.nnn,. nn.n. (hi. .n f, .,.1 , ., . " , . 1 . , , . niDition, ana will continue nre aays. James F Donaldsoa, Licensed 'Auctioneer i and Real Estate Agent, ma; be found at No. 70 Main -street; prompt to-attend to ny( busi ness entrusted to him. Clothing. Finkt Letter, have the largest stock of cloths and cassimeres in Dayton, nt I Clothinpr Hall, No. 307 Second strr et They are also agents for Singer's Sewing Machines. ' Lesner & Bro , 102 Main street, opposite the Phillips House, have on hand a Splendid .Stock of Mei s arid, JJpy's; (Jlothing,, all pew and elegant. . Henry Thomas, Pump-Maker, may be found on the west side of Wayne street, near Philip i Waltz's Grocery, ready to ruceiveand prompt to execute orders. Henry Kremner s is the place to go for Hats, Caps, straw goods, Ladies' Furs, Gloves &c. Purchasers cannot do better anywhere la the State. John P. Mamma has a training course three miles north of Dajton. The track lacks nothing in completeness for the accomodation of persons who desire to train horses. John Dettolon keeps a splendid stock Df. Liquors, wholesale and retai', No. 285 Third street, embracing every description called for by purchasers. Also, a large stock of cigars .,. . . ...; '-;-rri.'' "TT " fj 'Wll6f ler''Witso'ir Sewing Machine, "letted by years of experience, and found to be all tbatcan be desired, can be purchased at 346, 1L .1 . . . iniru street j Stoekiug. Now is the time lo purchase ' a iin.-lv nl tnckin,r hef.irn ihe nrh rla. I 1 r- -- - - I and 107 Main street, is ihe place to moke the purchase E Pape has a fine stock band Jewelr), .it every description, of the finest and best quality, can be obtained of Henry Kline, No. 33b 1 hird street, under the Pbiliips House. Gold and Silver Watches, Ladies' Jewelry, Ciockj of every style and price, plated ware, tea and table spoons, ia , always on hahd. ' . . . Joseph Leiahsbu'rger, Clothier, thud dour east of the Central Bank, Third street, baa just received hia Spring and Summer Stock. Call at the well known sign of the California Clothing Store - ; ! j i i I ! J. & B Sobutte. At their stand N i. 11C Main St., have a large assortment of ready mad Boots and Shoes, and are prepared to , i . . , - , 1 uitoniito.Qxdr,Ii..fixalrala.stye,S.Btiol? ana at tow prices, nee advertisement. Delightful 8urprise. In confidence to the manager, we are not permitted to say what will occur after the entertainment at Huston Hall lo-nigbL But we can assure our readers that it will be an unexpected, and happy conclusion of an Evening wilh poetry and the fine art. Secure your seats, as a grand rush .may bo expected. i , . , , .. .-i . ,' T-r --.--.. .. Boot ttnd Shoei, Hat and Caps The reader ia referred to the card of Samuel Wiel, No. 75. Jtfferson Street, who keeps an admirable assortment of everything in his line. Now is the time lo buy boots and shoes for next, winter, if you don't want to pay the advauoed rates which are almost sure to be sukedtytW ttoj. - ' ' .' The 11th and 24th Ohio Regiments are ex pected in Dayton to-day or to morrow. See in another column the arrangementb'for their reception. These two regiments, it it gener. ally understood, have performed their duty Will and nobly for threa years We know more of the 11th than of the 2-ltb, as Dayton bad more men in it. The 11th will ever be remembered for its gallant charges at South Mountainwhich took their companions from the East very much by surprise, who were not used to such desperate fighting 1 Agent Wanted. -Ts sell Timby Potta . a blf Barometer. None but the best need apply. Agents are now making from fire .to fifteen .dollar per day. fisc.J fur a circular to A. J. .Goodenough Agent, for O. At Rickey' Book Store 326 Third street. .. .. .,.- ' Tib-Kit). The . St. jaaeph Benevolent Society of this city will bul l a Pic-Nic the Fourth Day of July, it Mr. Edgar Grore, just south of the Toll Gate on Wayne street All ere invited to attend. M GILL, ,,.:.. , . ;..i ..u-J iini -Preeident, [From the Journal of the Morning.] Reception of the 11th and 24th O, V. Regiments. 'if is V ', ...V,, - . ,4 tii..-". . ,J ROUTE OF PROCESSION. The Procession will start at the depot, move north on Ludlow fn Fifth, east on Fifth to Jefferson, north on .Iprl'prson lo Second, west on Second to Main, then outh on Main to the Phillip House, where Col. E. A. Par rot will receive the soU'era with an appropri ate speech. The Committee would request, a fall turn out of the citiz?ns. Form wilh the procession, with flags, and the returned lie roes a heart? welcome Ladies, throw out your flips, and show the sun-hurt soldier thnl you appreciate his sprvices on the tented field osurs or -NmcsaerriK. -. L . Marshal .1, W, PtTicl) A."-.l-.t-iur Marshal B. F. Kkr and Ueu. liatneld committee. Band. Reurned Boluieri. , Ciliiens. i The fire bells of the Oregon, Fourth Ward. and Miami Khglnu House will be rtny to an noutice'ihe arriviil of the Soldiers, when all cetiiens expecting lo join in the procession win report at tlie depot. The Long Worded Show this Evening: . i njery. account nurses .that -ina ' (isnorma and dioram Exhibition, which is to open this evening, is one of the finest a&airs of the Kind ever. fsnibiU-a .u.lais country While in Toledo, it was drawing immense crowds nightly, and hundreds found it impossible to gain entrance, so great was the anxiety to witness it. This has b en the case all through the went and we presume it will be received by a crowded audience to-night. The succession of scenes of bravery and horror have been so fast during the wa-, aud tha public are. so absorbed iu the. present that it hits almost forgotten fhe pnrt," and the events of the first year of the war seem to be long to another perron of tune it' not to another generation. An evening with the Polopticnmorama will recall the past and join it with the present, civing u connected and correct idea of the war, from the Brat action to tb latest event. 1 Auction C. P. Hubei 4 Son will sell to morrow morning;' at 8 ':o'clock. Furniture, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes and many other articles Also two or three Pianos that must be aold -Also una HtriflTa4or-M- good as new. i , last night the two were at the Ninth street . jrirr,flll WM eaAenrin, to Auction The Dry Goods sale still con- 'h"le" 8t HieUboups corner on Jefferson and Second Streets. Morning, aflernooti and r-""" ' ' ' " ijiaylt you want good rlour go to L L. Gil liland's Flour store, north side ot thd markft five doors from Maiu struet. H is duw selling the rery best brands in quantities to suit you delivered at your house. Iru. A HucsPTt'RKD Win Mention was made a few weeks since of an elopement, tht nature of which created a consioV able sensation in this city, and in which a fascinating quad roon, the wile of a colored mail named Char les Jefferson, and a younjt man well known here were the principal actors. The wmsn it seems tied to New York, pursued by bi-r husband who, in a short time caioc, across her aod i took her in charge. Tlid two left Naw York last Friday and returned to this city Upon arriving her however, Mrs. Jef ferson refused to live with her husband, al leging that he has been in the habit of abusing her and threatening her lit At 11 o'clock induce her to go with him to his mother's home, in Dayton CVmniereiai - For Sale A covered Spring Wagon will be sold Chp! Inquire No. 333 Third St. Juue 16, . ilw. Once more vn say get the beat Barometer while they are iu the market. At Rickey's 326 Third street. The Stover Property The !tover property, rest of the city, on the Springfield Pike, is for mie, by C. P. tluber 1 Sun, at private sale. It contain three aud one-half acres of ground, a good brick dwelling In. use, a bruk slaughter bouse, ic . d3t. We had a. most refreshing show? jeeterday P. M. And ret Timby's Portable Barometer gave notice of it, two and half hours before it comrnenct-d Go to Rickey's and buy one wLil they tuS in 'the market.' "-- Town Lot at Public Sale On Sat urday, June 25th, 186-1, C. P. Huber & Son will sell Lots No. 4,520, 4,521, and 4,S22- The Lots are on Snyder & Prosier s plat, aud front un Wyoming street, near Wayne. The Lots will be sold wiihont any reserve what ever Sal at th Court House, at 2 P. M. , Juue 22. dlt. ! j : ! I Ct.nn a C . 11' ,J .J I . . I ,.f"' r" ' 1 linht ted to, wbilo spot oa liar batik near : tlie tail, a wbito belly, wtiita spot batsreen tba ). horns, and horns projecting. A war4 till be VALENTINE Lafayette House. MOSES WOGAM AN, J JUSTICE OF THE PEACE i For Midlaon Tp0 MODlgomrrj Co., i)., Wibi, oraw iieeu. ami BiortMos snd ether in- trumenta ol will.us. and attend nromutlv lo "oil euona iniruaud t to his Oars. dtwsia I . t .l By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE Last Night's Dispatches. The Seige of Petersburg. Grant's Headquarters. June 22, A M. There was some artillery firing on the right and picket skirmishing at various points along the line. Tho operation of yeHterdav result ing in the wounding of a tew men, but caus ing no change in the position. A battery sta tioned on an elevated piece of ground in front of Petersburg kept annoying one of our bat teries on the lett some time when it opened in return, one of the shells exploding in the midst of the men at the rebel guus, and caus ing a cessation Of firing on their psrt. Gen. Hancock is recovering from his indis position, and expects to resume the command of his corps within a few dnys. President Lincoln paid a visit to General urant at Uity 1'oint yesterday. Publisher Arrested—Rebel Officers sent to Charleston. Nkw York, June 23 Ieaac tlendersont pubhnbernt the Evening Post and navy agen, at this port, was arrested yesterday by .Mar shal Murray, on a warrant issued by Commis sioner bets, on the bpplicatiou of Mr. Wilson, special counsel ol the Navy Department The charges are very seriou, embracing fraud, bribery, the transmission of false vouchers, 4.C The rebel Gen. Gardner, who was taken prisoner at Port Hudson and has been con fined in Fort Lafayette for some months, was taken from the fort at an early hoar yesterday morning, to. tin headt-uu tor of Ucnaral Fos ter in front of Charleston. Henderson Admitted to Bail. Nkw York. June 23. It nppears that Mr. Henderson, Navy agent h.tc, '.vhru arrested yesterday was admitted to bail in the sum ol ten thousand dollars. A few minutes before his arrest, he was waited upon with an orler from the Presidpnt, removing him from office. and directing Mr. Bridge of the Navy De partment to tuke charge. Henderson Admitted to Bail. MORNING REPORT. Important Movement in Grant's Army. Nkw York, June 24 The Tribune's spec ial Irom Headquarters Army of the Potomac the 21st 11 P M , says : As I write another imnorta.it movement of this army is being executed General Head quarters to move at 9 o clock in the morning. Of course any details nt present would be con traband, the movements must have been one of Meade s own choosing, as we have not oeen ana never couia ne driven trom our po silion. The public will be satisfipd in under standing the change to be prompted by pros pects of advantages and not forced by necessi- y. i be utmost confidence prevails in the command Later bince Ihe above was writ ten tbe Headquarters have been moved, and the movement referred to at last accounts is being made. lue orld s special Warihiiiifiini the 23d says: Advices trom the Army np to yester noun is at duiki, ana relate aliuo-t wholly In contraband intelligence. The movoinen which promises important results in progress bnim.t deemed prudent to give any pnrticulars fnr ine present... juepoution ol btl.ura around felersnury nre unchanged. We still retain all the rebel workj that our men captured I l.e Tribune's special from lieadquurtera Armv or me rotomuc ot ine zin says : i he troops or tne nrmy ot. ine rolomac proper, are now disposed in a semi-circular line around the town, and our left extending acrosslhe Peters- Durg it iNorlolk Unlroad, and the south and right resting on the Appomatox at Mills House four miles north of ihe city. Butler s forces now occupy a position to the north and westward towurd Petersburg and Rich mond Railroad ' There aredifWant opinions in regard to tbe number of rebel troops in front, of Pelersbnrir. We kuowLbat Beauregard's noops are there as a great majority of the prisoners thus far taken represent themselves as belonging to hia command General Lee's army bowevi r confront Butler and is so disposed as to de fend any movement ofGrant's agsinst Peters burg and Richmond railroad. .The occupa tion of ibis road vy our forces wou d undoubt edly compel them to abandon Petersburg, while at the same time it wuuld hasten the downlall of tbe rebel capital Petersburg is terminus of the Norfclk. Wei don & Lynchburg Ruads, aud once in our possession witb Oordonsville occupied by Gen Hunter, wilh'cavalry constantly cutting the Danville railroad, the fall nt Richmond, even tnout lulheruggressive movements, becomes simply a matter of time. 1 he 1 ime a Washington special of the 23J. says that a dispatch from the Army of the 1'otomac, dated V ednasday, June 22. snvs that no serious lighling had occurred since the night attack of Sunday. 1 lie wounded othcers who arrived by the Lizitie K;.k(r, says Sbcridau hud a fieht on Tuesday, wilh Hampton' and Kitz Lpe at U bite House, tbe rebels being demounted, at Cm threw our men temporary in confuasion, but they soon rallied and drove the rebels two miles. 1 Meeting of the Democratic National Committee. Nkw Yokk June 1!H Th WnrJd't 'h- in trior, special Bay tbhl it ia otlicially an nouncfd but a meeting of lb tneuibvrR of the ISntionel Democratic (.'(invention will be beM at Washington June 30, ju.tt at noon, for the purpoae of uerut cunauleratiun, and fur dflibej ale conaideratiun of iniporlunt busi I ness. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. Fighting—Loss Not Known—Reported Loss of Guns. UiiuuiiartBs Arm ir mi. Porouac, Juua 22. Thr was fijrhtin(r on the lett all last ni(?ht. but the r,ult is unknown. It i re- ported that the 12ih Near lork battery lost guns Fire. Pbovidi set, R I , Jun-24 Stlvar Spriun Cotton Mills, iu North Kingston, was turned Una uiornnijj Lois heavy Niw YoK. June. 24 Stocks a shade firm- Oold about 21 7 ; Money ami exchange ua j vi ' . ... T . " l-1 . '. ' . Hi Heading SVj. v.miiria. . ow iwi watrai Ol : .ri Fire. The Fugitive Slave Law Repealed--The Commutation Clause Repealed! WAsms-nToX, June 24 The Senate lt siavh:.!T ' 'NcK -Thts -biir having ptsd' both Houses, only awaits the. President's eign&ture The bill of Mr Morgan repealing the 300 dnllar 'clause tas' taken tip. Mr. Wilson' amendment, providing ,h eU'afc, be tor, pue year, was ri-jaed. i , (,, i Here is a line or two whiub can not do- niiiher. En. Kupmr.l . .i- , . .'- The committee proposed an, amendment to mske commutation, which was rejected. The bill to runeal the 300 dollar coramuta' tiou then passed 24 to 7. ; Senate adjourned. J From Fortress Monroe. . I.V M-ivitn.' Ji 91 .t ...y..;Bt r.A uiuda UundrarLieportt no funber fu'htine un to ll) o'clock ihis mrtrning. ' Nothintr laler from White House oteridaii, .inc'hl. .r..! rival thert'y ..New t ark Jinuidt Hdrfiir - tors ' cbrresp'oiidence,' 2lst, ' snvs 'Bridirea BD. ,i a . Vk across the Appotlomaler, connecting Pe - tersbnrg wilh Pocahontas and Richmond, are daily shelled and rendered unavailable to the rebels. Thev are busv atrrlhnirifr titi.t enlarging their work. . j r New Von June 24 The Columbia from New Orleans has arrived. General Canhy is visiting ' Admiral Parrariuet ' of Mobile.--General Sickels arrived in No. 18. COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. DAYTON, June 24 UARSIIMAN'8 FLOUR Red wheat, wholesale 1 25. WHKAT i?l 53. CORN 100; Shelled 90100. OATS 7il. HYK--1 45fi)t -10. v .-: " ; barley 20. . " '" . '' ' ; "SrOAR 22ft'23.' ' ' ,",'' i EGG8-16(52t)ir dor'-..' ''XTi " I jWHISKY 1 65 ';-. Ctifcl'K. 17(18,., . ... ... ,. DRIED PEACH E-0fflJ2 DRIED APPLES 12Q 15. i BEAN3 Per bushel $2 603 00. HAY Timothy f32 per ton. TEAS $1 f,5(a2 00. ' RICE 13Jf3ili per lb LARI1 1-KS18 BUTTER 20(a;25 New York Market. Cottoe quiet at. 45(TiO : Flour dull an'rl un changed ; Wheat, unchanged at 190(2)203; Chicago Spring ; Red Corn shade firmer 65 : New Osts firmer and active 9496 afloat and store ; Pork unchanged 38 mess ; Beef firm; I.srd quiet , hisky quiet and nominal Cswi 70. ,,.T New Advertisements. Wheeler & Wilson : SBWINO MACHINE! I .1 u-. -.iH - -) '1.3 ARE ADAPTED TO EVERY"' Variety of Sewing for Family Vfenr, FROM the T.ishtest Mualin to the He riet-t Cloth, They work -r-auitilv w-ll nnon Siltr. 1 in.n. tt'-vii.n. and Cotton (Joo.ij,, KCWintf) Quiniruj, otherinn. hlttu ntiug, Fwllrnfc. UradiiiKand -tonhnir, perform! efr opuctea ot Souiir excepl working ButU-n Hult, Htilchn gon Button and tlie like. ua.ee 316, 3J Btreet, lkbUHp House. '.SQ. Vanvken'eY. J. As B. SOHUTTE, IlkStRKt IJ! BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 o . i A good RcAvr-aUb Stok alray on hod. OUST O M ;W O Jl K Of thp best quality Made to Order.' " ?to. liu, Mln-st., arcond door from the Market Dillon, 0. JUDpiV 3(11 SAMUEL ' Boots and Shoes, Hats and laps M It JlTaraou at., Uaj-tou, C.t MAKES KINK HEW ED HOdTs at lha shonmi uwli'-t. Also, I.Adl-.' atl.l MIH4-i, ax l M.u lid Boia" worxn ull a-nila, ini1aB oMrr pi-i-mpl. ; uuj au work arrauli. Wry tiiir Uaila.tfm ti Ul . . . . . HATS AND CAPS llK J!IUt-. tllll TUK LATEaT STVLSS.' FliEl). SCHWAHTZ, liutohr, Stall No. TJ, Milifii SI UK UK TUIt MAKaKT HOl'HK Kfrpi onliitntltlie Bc-'t Quallij ot.lt'ttl junes Sfii VAN BUREN HOTEL, ! ON TDK LKUAXOX PIKE, J4COII IMIICK ,'PROP'H, ' . , . . ,' 1 rUlB Huyor. ttiMi 3 nitUl acHJlk of I-)lMft, oik I i hit t, i.iH)U Vktf,j im prtstrMl to a-i'ummu- llMt CU-toln-T ta IU I tit Ult :Ut.irU'lot II. hil Uf I Jim u, lb'H. dim i j I! I I nf a tn I' W GEO. W. M AL AMIUt E. j Attorney at Law, UHTO.V. On Mmu ltr- m, orly OHIO. oppotite ihe Court liyu. 1 1 Kaitatea. XI OTH E la l.rreljy .,.n Ui.l uv, aiihM.tj.r, hale 11 b ienduly apuoiut--1 and u.uil.(id at autu.iuar Inator-H on the wialeol Haul f-.tniAVr late f M. nl- eomerT d'llilv. Ii i- ...ml li. V I l. .it. .,- nj i joinery C'liiij, Tul'FB,la. wubv j, laoa. H Amusements. i i .. . , , HUSTON HALL! I ' ' 1 VPosItlVf IV for UVO - DllVS OiliY - V ' COMMENCING Evenliifi, Juue I I" It 1 1 .41 'itth. ' 'TUPP, STASIA" A" f0. MAMMOTH POLOPTICOMOItAMA . , j-p 'fill-' WAR! i ' 1 )?K"M 1! 11,11 1"n,l "'i 'd''m)' V""' A? I-t'W oi-t i irem-mt Ixmpl, B'-tcu ; A admy , s Jniisiu AUlH;.uie ; huiI Biyiiit llsil, tluosi. THIS OI1KAT ' ' ' " 1 1 1011 or mi: AE, aM lrfintPr,ot ihrjlv or" Lnnden. fortius1 ponseou- et an, is hp reiurijii.s lo ihe i;(t,itera Tour ,hro"'' 'h" 1 " bnl'tani end Hiipnaexinl In thp Anpsln rt Ainii'Tr-iit ; thn exTitemnt and ,,i,u,ms, in Krem, .hm i.uu.ln-ds i,v.lmly and nu'httv htn titvnsd swht trom the doors, unable to THIS OufiUtoL'S KXUllllTlON if'. Iol a Panorania Alone, but a inieniricrnt frt-3) of i.tum.nttd CaMeiuT,rMth- fill -J-(wtin vry frtmr infrfdt, trom Uif tiring of U i tirt gun Pit Fort Hum ir, duwii to thti ltrt orentit. Profui with tartling - UlrHmio Aooouapanirnvnta, with the niott a tomahmg ihuions, mchanicul ap tia cfta bnd oh" k-( rjlertt unou a ik'aIa of iriHKtiifif,fn,e and epIeuUor tver before atumtad i& thiM cotmiry . At oii rprt?eentjiti(iti, ia connpcttcn with the mntrnifli'a t ittnea of pamtjojc wiii be seen ACTUAL HUIPfl, M'WlMf WATFKS. GETTING VW. . HlHINO MOON, RIPtf,IN4 WATKR, . . HOAKINU OF CANNON, PKAUm; Op STEEAMI.VG OF tlfiTtTNINfl, KAiTLlNO UK MIMKE'IRT, - 1 liVRbTINO OK HUE1 L5," kaMsINo ok rain. al Mi I NO O r V K L8, Bi-KNINO "P HHIPS, FALL'NO OPFtAOfl, OOIHJKOMH HcKNKBY, iLLUHi MATItlhsJ, bUMHnhliMR.N Irt, KaNtUtiksMIDiiTSr, UAVuMlT CUAllQES, An., Ao. Bnngingto Yiew.'all .he tartlini? innidrnW flonoecieH wnh trim tiantic mruggle, with a diatioctnaaa and TivnioniaM t)vraririK upuu r-palny. auui tilling the be holder with )r0Dktta WKf AND ADMIB1TI0X. EauhreprefteDtuttna will oooclude with a M4GiriCET DIORAMA of the -Ureal Unrwi Engaeinent between the MKKKIMAJ AND MONITOK, in Hnnipton ltoniit which h beo pronounced by the Frfftfl, to betti iho-I skit ul wortrofArt ever deviacd-j oi ex hi bite t.' to tlie Aiuencaa vub.ic. Th aereral pccdoshs they pMi io view, wdl be l)u-1nted wilha (rrauhto au'-nmpanyinir Wcturw by K. daawr Bjkvwii.t ttte viltnd hilaJelphia Ktfvu touut, whoae thnliiriK vomvre of dearilioti, aitd eloquent dfrhnrfltiou-, havn elicited iUf highent encomotna ot the I'r?, and tbe plaudits of the puUiut ... ' 1 or.ler (o aff rd to an opportunity of witneaa tne thetireet itxhtbitjou, during iu al ortatar id tiiia city, the toiiftwing ratea ol fdia sNioa ave been ea- tftWihd . Adinmsmn to ail ports of Ihe Houte SS rtm, chit drtui unuer y yrftrw 01 ae ltV-tK. hni, niay be e cilicd dnriiif id day, withuut sxiba. cmamoc, at Keojii y nmsio Store, iio lnird Strawt. brKcuL Nmi.if. '1 he above Exhihition ia in no way identities ilh fti i"fe-inr Pnn rntna, which xhthttMj in thi cny omi ruiioth iko, tnitkiuKan nnauihtinzr td uH of mir iiftniH 'iibd title. The manngT dt eitu tlist.H4ni uiue.,f)H).r, out ol imp; juiice to tlie Pjoptifl'tr h'ni the 1'uUic. .Ortnjaiteriionti v.hibhion fnr the aperiat ac-vr-tninodtino of i aiieand Chi Id run, on tfaiurdtty and Meiu?Niiay. at xya o'cloott. ,I.ii.Miii til rudk-. iiiiti- niHde null &.uoola, SfrdiJUHrifv, At., uu appiu'-ation to ihu atimB4r, Business Notices. sIAHES IfDI) A LDS0, Licensed Auctioneer, ' AXD REAL KSTATK AGKXT, Vu. 70, Main Street Upper Room. TKUMN Ki:S10.III.K. TWlLLell Heal Fh.ki iTl,t-r at Auotioa or Pn vrtl al, and msh il-.ral aitaucei uu pruparty left taith mi- i'tt aula. slA !!; nutnttrr ol lli.ili. an. I fOla, also snais de'TNl le l-uniiM f.r l-'Ala. or lu axul.anga fur uu,rov d City l'roi'-ily iu liaylon. Juue II, lsi.4. dim GRAND OPENING . v -AT Tllt- ' Bazaar of Fashion, HL.Mti KLIVK, - - Proprietor, Ifo. 8t Third He.. Tndcr th PM 111 pa Moan, 49 jUM -BvcAtTatj, and tt mil RoemaK, Hlu aid Ptoct oi Gold aud Sllur Watches, ' " ' - nrtl-i Very Bl Makes. JJvi-iKS, JEWELRY Ul All kiu la, wlii.-h tor tj-ialuv and Mla cauaul lie i-x.-eltKiaualnTe. flutkiof Etorj Sljlf and Qualll). A Mpltuii (1 f-iytion nf ill mo( Mo lrn lityia r fcntMiait nuti it-feiiif KioiKhed WARE. Tba JtaMiaat VativtT and Bait Styla oi TKA ANDTABLE SPOONS, And all Uhtr Article ptriatning to Ele n..uliS..v k'ua..a f ti r'-prict.ii ha aho ou hind a ehou-a steltvtion th Ut't mmt rihiona'.' ott 1, of hol, Am Ur, Mrvi othr Tr. atlng .'aaba, Fana. and tuaof -rtn-jr Arixn nuiuruu to wcotioa. Mr knu ttt.- plfMura in iD'oriunK hi fnDJt tut th aiettt I'Uh'it?, t.at, from I oua; aipuriphce ia rimii. ana rrr-ni iiaritut pmvhatM r OANI1, ti i "rieH-ltv. lo 't at fncta not iaici lor htrattT ia th Wfstin Mt. 'oV.! rft.R-M-nmiiiw' hn nnora thndkn to ha fam i tnd j'itioior mi lAvura, ht will m44 ihat it will av-ar hit aoir aim to pirn ihoaw whu del aiii tuw. Roi'nrtfblly. ii i:hi Hune, Juue 1, 1ii. da K . P A. P ID , MAN! lACTIIHKR OK ' T O C K I N G S Hfly atiue and Ketait, aaa iUr id Notions, Hosiery, &c, Iff) Main St , Betaeea Market t fourth Si. , DAYTON, OHIO. Ayfftrr treepa on tiantl asupplr of Stockings, Wai DZ Yarn., 1'nuarahirta, Ao. atlUn 1 I I , I Clothing. Clothing, Clothing! THE LARGEST STOCK Of Cloths And Cassimeres IN THE CITY OF DAYTON! FINKE & LEOLEB, 307 Second Street, Vlothiny Hall, So. Dayton, Ohio, art iwtr Jieeeivitip a Large Supply of Spring ani Summer Goods, Cnmnri.ing nil iha Lilent Htylen nf Hl"k sod Col ored l.'lolhs freorh, rn v. nd Plain CaKsimerts: Hilk. Salm, MftrpeilleH, and other .w Htyloa of Ve.tinea, lir Ounom Union. A oomplela line of S UK MS HI NO OOiD-l, and the Largest aud Beat toia of ' lieadr'Msde Clothitf To h found In an? Hoiifie in thn Citv Finke A Ler- far are Aft-pnt" for SINGER it CO.'S SEWING MACHINES, The heat Machine for all pranMcal purpoxea id the .amilv, andfor shopK.eTfr indented aud introduced m th countr Mooty canb e ma if hv eat line on June 7, 18it-tf h' INKS AI.KUI.RR JOSEPH LEBEflSIJIRGEn, CLOTHIER: Third Door KrU of the Central Bank, THIRD STREET, II A8 juit reoeired Urge aod Well Selected iStocit ol Spring and Summer Goods. Call at Ilia oi l an j well ailabh-hi-d House, -SION OF The California C lothing Store-. Jnna7tti, lf4. ,itwm LES8NEB & 13KO., 104 SI All. STREET, OPPOSITE PHILLIPS HOUSE, RESPECTrtJLty call the attactioa ot the Tra4a to (hair Lki-jj, ttcw k of iLEisrJa &c BOYS' CLOTHING! Which is JSntirelp Vrt Jt Elegant! .Uive ua a eall, and roti will Had the floods des. aUt., and the fricea all right. , LESSNICB A BttO.. June S, laCl-dJin lui Ma.n Htraot Hi K G U A X T TAlHHUMi HKNHY MILLKK, THANKFUL for patronage heretofore eleudd to arm of Ulller A . hari-h, repe. lful aolicils a onotlnuane ol lua a.mp tu himseil.al lh old aland HuhUpd lluildini'. corner Itiiril aad Jettcraon NirHel. wtiore he will aiiaaya lie louud wilh a full aaaurtmeat of good In hi- line. leSuaw M. MAYOE Naniifaclurer and Dealer la CHOICE? BRANDS OF Cigars,' Tobacco & Snuff, -ANli- FANCV ARTICLES, 7 Main St , Phillips House, DAYTON, OfllO. Jiina Sd dA.am IIEN11V THOMAS, PUMP MAKER, Shop on West Side of Wayne Street, near Phillip Halle' t Orocery, It prepared to ir aire Pnmpaof (as baatquslitr Re pairing done on ahoit unties. Ortera leu at lianlel Hainli a Bakarr, on Third Si . will ha prtmii tiy aHeudi-d to. . Juue 7lh. lb! dsn A. . SlcCLl HB, REAL ESTATEAQENT NO. U0 THIRD 8TRRET. AT JOHN H.STOPl'tL. MAri'a OfriiE. IHAVR alarfreamounlof properte for sale. auoA aa houaea and lola, in all pane id that'll--, at ran. oua pnuea, ranamg ironi luur hundied loien ibouaand dodaia, on Kond pvii,.m, ami w. II ailuateii: any quantity ol Yac-aul lota lt.r sale. Alo, seeeiul lartna or aale, raniiQg from one hundred and aisty areid'.wn lo a two aural t, iijulniii(t Ihe city and iu theucunte. i'lnise hating proerty for aale, and Ihoaa wanttna to aiir. .h do well i .-an on me, aa 1 ahail give rrompt attenllpn u all humm-aa ei.tru.u d lo u i-ar. hT. had nouarUerMhle eupeiianiis in the tai.itieaH. jasdlro A. a.. NcOLLKIt. HENRY KREMER, H Dealer In Fashionable . U HATS AND CAPS, U Ladies' Furs, Straw Good:,, CLOVES, &Ca, &Ca, 4TPU11.LIP HOt'Sg, THIUI) DOOB FkOM-M '111 A l.'UKhk, Oa Mala aad Tklrtt aia, Mr est Bids, B4VTOV, OUIO. Jun.4. IS. . j,, J AJVti-Jdl BRAOBUN, MANUFACTURER OF Tress-Hoops & Coopers' tools, ae Daftiaa it HARDWARE. No. 310, Third Stroot, UA1TOV, OHIO. tune 1.1. e4 Sports of the Turf. JOHN P. MUMMA, l-EXIGTO.U Hif TriA.IJTIlSrGJ- COTJHSE, Tkree MUes kerlk t OmTfn. kft.AFINE COUK3K for the aooommodauoa of prciia who daairta to train horaea. June 10, lew. 4tr