City and Other Matters.
Business in Dayton.
Tk readers of the Kwrini., In lown and
eoumrjr, ore respectfully retVrrer) to nur nd-
vtrtiaing polums, as the hnti dirotorr to con
ult be for malum purchase of any article
thev may need. Advertiser are ilima liberal
tion, of Dayton, aill give a Social Pic-Nic, on
Fhillipe Hill, on Tueaday net, 19th intt ,
Orand Pio-Nio The Butchers' Aseocia-
Th.i. f-:.4. c. it , . .
" " " ruwn wr I MlrPk'dU 1 1 F inVIIHn TO eai
C.nm vr-iaar, 4 . . .J - . 1
JrjO Wlo Th-re will be a oiu-nic at the
Fair Ground, u -wot row, by the children of
IriDitj tchool. All friends are in tiled.
For Bent. A good Ulable with four atalls
and a Carriage House, inquire at No. 33S,
Third atreet dlwj9,
tSTHipa Tomatoes have made their ap
pearance in maiket price only 6ie cent!
Chemei. Some one in the City propo
to nil Michigan cherries at 40 cent! per quart
At it ii not worth while to "make two bite of
a cherry" we can t afford the luxury.
The Viot Property. C. P. Huber
Son will iell the Viot property on Xenia Are
na at private nle, and if not sold by Satur
day July the lf.ib, they will then tell it at
Onct more we any get the beet Barometer
while they are in the market. At Rickey'
326 Third street.
Lolt Pocket Book A snail pocket-
book, contuining fifty cenia postal currency,
and a note of hand, waa lost this morning
The finder is welcome to the monev, if h
will return the pocket bonk and note to
Inly 2. 31:id street
We had a moil refreshing ehoaer yesterday
P. M. And vet Timby t I'nrtaM Barometer
gave notice ol it two and a halfhonra before I
commenced. On to Rickey's and buy
wl.il they are in the market
Stray COW Strayed, on Wednesday Inst,
a light red cow, whita npnt on her back near
the tail, a white billy, white spot between'th
borne, and horn projecting. A reward will be
aid for her return.
Ageatt Wanted T tell Timby's Porta
bl Barometer. None but the best need apply.
Agenti are now making from five to fifteen
dollan per clay. Send for a circular to A. J
Goodenoiiirh Agent, for O. At Rickey' Book
Store 32B Third alreet.
In Daylon, at the Phillips House, on Wed-
netdaya, July 2, ; Auxut3I ; October the
In Xenia, at the leveling Honae, on Thurs
days, July lri September 1 ; October 6.
In London, at the Phifer House, on Fri
day, July 2'.) ; September 2 . October 1.
In Troy at the Morris House, on Tuesdays
duty in ; August t ; uotober 4.
lu Piqirt, at the Piqua House, on Mondays,
iuiv iU ; August , urtober 3.
In Lima, at the Lima House, on Sundayi,
July 24 ; Agust 28 ; October 2.
In Sidney, at the Sidney Hotel, on Sdtur-
days, July 23 ; August 27 ; October 1.
n Bellfontaine, at ibe Logan House,
Fridays, 22; August 26 ; Septemher 3U.
au opnnpoei 1. ai me tvuutt House, on
Thursdays July 21 ; August 26, September
Dr. Cone ha practiced in the above place
about five yar!, with th most gratifying sue
cssa He treata all form of chronic dis
eases, and avail of all improvement, in all
schools of medicine. No charge for con
saltation, but cash for medicines. Consult
Dr. Con before it is too late.
fOTiCiii hersbf aivan thai petition will ba
praeentad 10 ma 'Jruataeaor Mliml Towoahln.
itrumerv Cpnntv. ohln. at thatr jmttn nn n
H.l iy of liilv. 1H, t.mjrmiMimt towmhlp rond l
laMoiits. lollwm Bt.onin.autatthoutii.
west rorner of the south-' enl Urter of section 16.
tcwa 1, ranKe s e4t, an., la bh outn lio or said see
noa 1 thrui slnimMid -ei-tioa line wet, to the oen
rreof (he toaoship ro.i betwiwu Miami od uerman
towBhii. (limy li, 1HM j K. BWATH.Ki..
10. 30 THIKII 8TRKET, DATTON, OHIO,
I prrparrd to witommoaale his cueloinars wlu
arvrii.l ui ganueiuea's wranaa apparal cd
llst !! nuil Wnt UIUr. Ttioi who wo.
ooH, jalr, !, mi ri, hoslerw,
aloves, tmolH, snoee, slippers, a.,
g.vs hlin sr-Kll.
sill an will it
O. Is. Hymr'm Kala.t.
iN III. inth dy of Mav. A. U. liM, the under.
V sivneii . ppolDled sn.i qiallrted ,1mlni.
nil 01 IhK Mill, ol U. I, Bever. lAle of M.,nl,,,.rr
vouotj, ont t
Hnop fSklrt t'notory.
fplll: undemrned Imre e.lsMl.hed a Hnop Nk.rl
J-,i";,,'i'7,,N" ""i l'''1 neerine 0.-eol
? '. k l"'rN"T or" n'1 Pans ijl Hktn.
rpuril neatly u, warranlsd lor sis inmiihi.
0.ir.ets b. Bu.tles eonslsntlr on l aud. La.liere
memher ths place Mo. ,&, ff,i,h ,i,t, D.ion.
A 1''p"n warned nat o Imat tnv wi'e,
1 V Shn5".M Kl"' 00 m "Jaunt, .he lisnua l.lt
my he snd Uosr.1 without jn.t e.uee rtelll e? will
lv dUa eoittraeted hv other 10.ml.er. ol ml ' 'Za.
ta. bwk A hberl wm,A l II ... . , . " r""'
tion , that I wmw bin. .m!" " 10lonM-
By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE
Last Night's Dispatches.
lliarucri, Fa , .Tuly U Headquarter
hare ore no later in coinmunicatinn with the
authorities at Washington. Tba fclspsrt
ment, several days since telegraphed to Gen
eral Couch, investing him with ample power
to meet auch a cotlingiicv
i It is understood that at east i jh( hr ,!..
nT" been destroyed on the Northern Central
'""'. "Otween Murcieiown and Cockey.
a . i ...
, ., r . .-;"- " iw-
I native Indian, state thnt the rebel force in
I vadinf the North in very large ; there are the
'" nriBoclea ot cavalry and Breckinridge' a,
Rhodes' and another division nf infant..
lh"r t"oient were kepi a profound secret.
I he penerahmnreMion w. however, that the
object w thcantureof Baltimore and Wash
ington. Tto de ierler belonged to th force
that drove Hunter from Lynchburg, after
which affair a large reinforcement arrived
from Ri htrmnd and marched northward
1 aT. 7 telegraphed from Cumber-
land, Maryland, that there i no truth in the
report that John Morgan an 1 Imbodeo are fol
lowing tinnier a forcee. ilanter force 00
oupy Maninsburg, and another body of our
troop holds Hageratown The rebel etill
Bold boutb Mountain Pa, while th main
body are demonstrating on Washington and
Baltimore, from Dointa between Mnnrvm
Depredations of the Florida.
of th hark Goloonda, U in all ; also of the
bark G.eenland, 13 in all; also of the bark
Selinda, 12 in oil; left here at 12 o'clock to
day for Philadelphia to be followed by five of
another vessel. AH the vessels were captured
and burned since Friday last by she pirate
Florida, off Cape Henry and CapeCbsrle
Sixtv two men came ashore at Cape Island,
New ,lerey, being tne crew of th ahooner
Margaret and Davis, from Port RovrI fni- M.
York, and foar barks th OreenUnd, loaded
with coal, bound to Pensacola; the General
Berry, for Fort Monroe, with hay; and the
Iceland, londed with billiwt, from New Or-j
leans, for Philadelphia. :- All th men were I
brought in by die chooner Howard, freighted
with fruit fur New Voik. She waa released
by giving bonds for $6,000, and bringing the
captured men to Cape Island. Tba iiark
Oolida, Captain Winslow, of New Bedlord
left Tallmihain, Chili, April 14th, bound home
Willi i.nuu hills ol oil, f,rineipally in freight.
She was enptured by the Florida 00 the eve
ning ot July Bth, in lat. 37:30, longi. 72:16
All hands were taken on the Florida, and th.
General Franklin Captured in a Train.
Phu.aiiklpuia. Julr 11. Th tblluwinT l,u.
bean received from the Superintendent of the
panimore a, unio Itailroad. .. .
I wa oondnctor nf No. 17 train Th
rcoels atiarked the train at Magnolia. They
wrin inruiign iun train, csoiurin? all the n !
cere and soldier, among mem Meior Genera
rrariKiin. tney went thrnngli must of the
passenger car, plundering watohe ami mon.
ey. f bey unloaded the beggar- oar. and set
ire 10 my train, horning three first cla pus
senger cars, one second claas car, baggage
mi niu engine, a iso, one ireigbt car and a
Northern Central engine that was on the aide
J. R. MUNSHOWER."
Communication Cut Between Washington
iuii.auELi-HiA, .iuiv II. The rehe Is rol
iue wirws ai .1agn011a, sixteen
miles from Baltimore, and intercepted a large
number of dispatches, and among them one
from Secretary Stanton to Genaral IV,l..li..
der. W have no communication with W..h.
ngton, and there is the greatest rmnn,i
The Bulletin has a aneeil ti.r..tnk -
Wilmington. Delaware, which aava ih.t ik.
report of lha burning of the bridge over Gun-
powoer river, oy the rebels, ii not believed.
Th mansion of General Cad waller at M..
1 v. wurnvu iuib morning.
New York Militia Called Out.
AlbaRY, July 11. The Governor will
au oruer lor all cit'Seoi to hold tbsmsslves in
readiness for service, and a proclamation urg
ing tho citizens to volunteer Into National
Exciting News—Rebels 20.00 to 45.000
Strong—Washington to be captured.
jv.- r.u,..K, Juti 0iar Uj( smrmithlng on
Kockville road commenced at an eorlv hour
afternoon, and continued by advance of
ru. turce 10 a point tour mile west ot Ta
neytown. There their croirreaa on that
topped, and ihey disappeared in some other
uirrsiiun. ounstqueutty w bear of their
eairmtsuing netween u and 12 o'clock 01,
nd around 7th street turnmke near fi.
farm aud residence nf F. P. Blair.
It i reoorted lo-dav that th. .kl. k....j
residence of F. P. Blair.
T here wre 800 infantry furc encamped at
Rocltvi.le lt night. Thonrh nanie u.,..
refugees arriving to-day from viciuiy of Ed
ward Ferry, report them crossing north of
point yesterday and to-day iu large num
bers, aume saving 12,000, other ssy 30,000,
Breckinridge being in com nand of 1h.1r.H-
eance in this direction, and Imboden com
manding cavalry now hanging around fortifi
All waa quiet in th f.onu Our nickel lie.
upon what is known as th River road.
Ipto noon to Jay the Star av th num
ber and purpose of th rebel invading fore
confusingly conflicting. W give elsewhere
opiuiou entertained by many that th rebel
is not of weight sufficient to undertake
seriou attack Upon the fortification of
Washington. and that it is not their purpose
do 10 p., contra, we ban just received
following from a source of great intelli
gence and reliability, one that has on renaat.d
occasions had the earliest and moil accurate
iniormatmn or rebel movement in Virginia.
Information received from thi Quarter is a.
follows : Rebel army invading Maryland down
v auey is a,uvu itrong, including 800 cav
alry under command of Karly, Breckinridge,
Ransom, Imboden and McCausland. Long
street wa at Gordonviile 00 Monday but with
additional force to join the rebel invaaioo,
to purpos ol that army wa to atWBpt
oaptor of Washington by lurprii. J
ed to have his fore In.
I railroirl is rr ' rtH
mod is Hionttm. Mm.
eorotnand aud egrwet.
creased. In lete figlit
Moaebv captored PI cavalry men, killed 20
and captured a Major and a 12-pounder fan
non, Kenrhelocv rnmrnands en company
operating- near Fairfax Conrt Home and near
New Your, July' 12. Sunday afternoon
th ateamer Elestric Spark on a oyage from
ihii port to Havana and New Orlean we
hoarded and taken poeion of by the pria-
r r lorma. vvnen trie t lorida wa rirt di
cofered ahe waa dimant about 15 mile to
windward and waa nuking f.ir Kleoiri" Spark
winch gained 00 her rapidly; when 7 or K
milea u intent th Florida hoiiterl I'nol..l,
flag, which wae kepi fljin um, amhin 120H
yarai ot Ibe ateamer, when the reliel tug wa
ubatituted and a hot bred aaieru of Ktentric
Spark, clowly followed by another rrn her
bow, ateamer not coming to, immedietely a
(hell wai fired, which after Unking within a
few feet of the reel pained directly Ofer her
ahnot midsbip The it-aoarr then hoe to
ana we imm. diatelr boarded by a party from
the Florida, who took poweneion of her and
ordered the Captain on board the privateer
with bt paper. Personal DrnnertT Hetroed
cir taken, but the ateamer with all her mail
coniaiued in 65 ttag retained,
1 1 .
Later—Cavalry Skirmishing—The Florida
makes a Capture.
qnarti past 2 o'clock th stale of
""" vicinity or naoDett tlrencb r.
V continued to be about
lha aatn. .Win.
th morning. Tber ha been noeeueral en-
gagmeni, out cavalry skirmishing going on
01. loiervaia. a n enemy tins u'lt made his
ir"'"1" anywuere wunin rapga ot our
gun, and 10 far shown no disposition to do
u. casaaiue reported on oor side fn the
ngit ot this morning between Lowell and the
torn; July U Pred-nt of the In
land Telegraph Co. telegraph rrom Philadel
phia that the raider have destroved ibe l.n..
of th Independent Telegraph Cj and uch of
the line of American Telenrsi.b Cn
along the turnpike between Philadelphia .nH
Heavy Reinforcements Needed at Washington.
Haviik ik Gkacs, .lulv 12. A construe
tion train Mt here ibis morning to repair the
railroad, and telegraph lines of the American
Communication with Baltimore will proba
bly ba established this evening.
nemi nmcial intelligence received here th.
yesterday P. M. a Cghr wae progressing seven
miles from Washington on the 7th street road
near wnrystal spnngn.
rartie from Blair, 16 miles from here, re
port 1,000 rebel cavalry there last night
a urri- is no uotini (it immediate necessity for
u-nwj reiniorcemeru to Washington.
Heavy Reinforcements Needed at Washington. General Franklin and Staff Prisoners.
I2.wl p, M Everyihini;
was quiet aronnd the city last nipht. A force
01 reneis passed throngU Taaevtowa on the
way 10 jnin the main force. The rebels had
uenerai rranklin and sthtT with them, ca
tureo on rne rniiadeipbia road on Monday,
On br id); over thn Gunpowder river, on
me 1 niiodelphia road, was urned. Business
at a standstill. Nearlv all the nil I lata frnm
m. enj are cinsea.
Rebels Attacking the Fortifications at
Rebels Attacking the Fortifications at Washington.
PHII.Allgl.pnii. Jill 12. 2 o'nlnel, K'-
anij two fooa wires ere working eonth ol here,
nutnors prevail ot on oltack by 13,000 rebel
nnnn ke V 1. . r ..
-k in. A.viiiiHrn lortincaiinna nt w.,hm.
. " . , , a
'""1 -nuiioi ue irarea 10 any utinaoi
Business I nearlv susnended: mueb ,
sitemenr exisu nere; public meeting or bo
log Deld in th Independence Square. Re
cruiting is very brisk, and before to-nichl
lorire number of men will ha ailv te. T...
fur Washington and Baltimore.
Fire in St. Louis.
ST LoCIF). Julv 12. Th Oliver ?ire.. R.
ei, lormerly th Monro House, kentbv Block
Well ft Johnson, wa nearlv destroyed bv fire
Vt f uat DO' J" mimaied.
Until further orders no ateambnata m, ke
allowed to ascend the Mia Allri plfliaP oKaw.
Jefferson City without sufficient arms an am
munition and crew uffioint to defend her
against, me guerrilla now eurrouodiog th
.."..... j a.uiitt. iiiatatream.
Pill ADCLPBIA. Jnl 12 Mana.ee W:i.n
th amcricoD Teluranh Co . in Baltimore!
went ont last niilit and rebuilt the lin.a !..
iroyea oy in rebels, that re opening tele
prapbu communication between tber and
esnincrtnn. lrains now run reularlv from
:.i,i...... nrL: ' '
Rumored Escape of Gen. Tyler.
rBll.ADKI.PHlA. Julv 12 The K.liin
American of last evemne- sera Oen T.I..
pr, . , . reoeis.ond mat be bad reach
Keporte of th ciptnr of Osn Pranlrli
Franklin not Taken.
fraoTVILLE, Julv 12. Tho rennrtaH
of General Franklin waa lni.nrr.Al The
misiaxe waa made bv the reaamh an. ke...
uenerai rranklin and o nin. Th.
aUtement I confirmed by one of Wallace's
COMMERCIAL. New York Market.
kw 10RK, July 12. Cotton quiet; floor
ana uvy, 2a lower, 1I601186 extra
Slate; 1100(1200 round hoop; wheat, recept
ell Kn.l I f 1 r 1 . . '
.. u nominal onjiu lower; cor
unchanged 6265; new oat dull 9l(M);
dull ond heavy, lower, 42 me..; 46
i626.lW 40i "w PriB Urd : whiskev
duino7S; petroleum dull 57 orod.; SOfi
e6ned ond boued ; 8r)100 free
Yow, July 12. Stock dull lower,
tnoney 7(S8, ootiv ; sterling quiet ; gold 2T6;
v. .e . u..iw ia. . netf laiaeeA .
6 e '81
eounone HiA: f,'in'm Am... si-
DAYTON, July 12.
HARRMAN'S FLOCR Red wneat,
wholesale HI no. Retail $11 40.
rORXimi; Shelled !W(3 100
OATS 7.0 1 , .', . .
RYE 1 i:,, 1 o.
llARLMY tl 10 ',
CoFFhK MO.-J 1 " ' '
MOLASSKS-fl 40 per gAt
RICE IHe n.r Ih.
TOBACCO-ll 00.. I CO per lb
SOAPS 15c ner th.
STARCH 12Jc per Iti
HARr RKFINED SCGAR-4do per lb
f'OFFEK SUGAR 33 per lh.
LKD 20c per tb. '
SHOT f 4 2u per eack.
SPICKS All advanced fiftf per cent '
BROWV SHEETING ML'SLI.V 80f8ac
per yard. ;
PRINTS-10f3)j0c pr y.'rd. '
EGGS 25per dor..
WHISKY 1 70
DRIED PRACIIKS 23f.i ?2
DRIED APPLES 15C-12H.
BEANS Per bu.hel2'60(5:t Of
HAY Timothy tlSfHtO per ton
TEAS f 2 50(5)2 00 '
RICE10Q18 per lb. '
LARD 1 5(5,IC.
H USTON HALL ! !
FlilDAY EVE.VIAO, JILY latb.
The WIZARD of the EAST.
VENTRILOQUIST, 0.. Ac'
.Inly l-' d'il.
ActaToa's Ovrtrs, MoNTooasav Cotiavv, Onin, (
AI.RI proposals rlh eonstruetlon of a wooa.
en bnda overih. Srest Ml. mi at Daytnn. below
the rsilroad hrltlRe will he recaivtd si llns orBra un
til 1 o'cloi'k, ni.011, an Menday, the lt ol Aueu.t
ne.it Proponale will alo tm received st this offlre
unul the time aheve mentioned, for the conntruetlon
ol a Wir Ku.fuion lirldtta over lh river at the
same pi 'e I'r posal ,r M.ioory snd Out er.true
luroto I mide sepsraiely and In stilot O'rordance
With the plan, an-l speO'lieations on Ale in this oftV.
The OmmiHsiuners will ot course eiorelsa Ui.tr
right to leiecl all hlds II the? see proper to do 10
THUMAb O tilWK.
1 , .. ..u . ' ' Auditor, at. 0., 0.
(lMyronJour al and Ulmlnnstl Oaselle please eopv.)
A KARM AT PUBLIC SA1.K.
Atmer Htephens, 1 No. K'JtA,
.Tseoh O. Kenler et. si. I
IJUllslIANT to a decree ol I he Superior Court or
MoiiiiT'imery iMMiuly, Ohio, entered in lha ahote
.t im Millie i arm, a. l' iwt I Will, on
'liwdajf, Awnut ItllA, I MM,
atth door of the 'Mirt Housn, la theoilv orTeyfon,
.sid eonnty, hetwean r.he hours of two and four
oVIo-'k P M. of -aid day, sell st Publle outery to the
hiRhe.l htdiier. the following deeerilaid preml-e..
-art of the north half f section numher eiirhtaen
flS), lowmhip number three (3), and range nun. her
Ave (5), between the Miami river, in M,iniu,...e-V
county, Ohio, lemoning ml the half section coiner ou
the west line of said sectiou ; thence north I" w cast
eighty-two (sa) po'es lo 'i.r; thena south
l two hundred and nny-two and thirty-.it hun
dredth. (iVi J.I. inn) poles to a corner i thencu south
e-.i eiguiy-iwu ami lorly etghtli hun.lre.ith. (u
poNs to a corner l titenca north a as' we.t
two hundred and nlv-'niir and lorty hundrs iiha (M
poles to Ins place of heginnlnk, containius
one hnndrad and twenty. nine snd seveutv one hull
dredths (imi-looi sores.
Beid Karm Is about two miles essl ol Centrevlll.
has upon il a deviling, two lo cslno, s fratna tenant
u about fifteen acres of
hoiiR, lirci oruhnrd. d
hui.r rt , .
T. F. Tuimb ft K. E. JoAii, AU .
in'.y 11. 1W Jwu. 7
Mav for -U7 u
WAV. v . BAbAMUKF
Wheeler & Wilson
ARE APAPtKP TO SVKkt
Ytrlety of Sewlae; far Frnnlly Wer,
FBO.Ih Uahtast Minim tc the Ranvteei doth.
They work enuallv well iiuonHiiir. svu.1...
Cotton UoWi, hewing, yunrtnn, Oathenng, Hem
ming, Felling. Bradlngaud lording, patfonniiui evei y
stales of dewing eicenl wcrkm. Mlltle U.le.
ritltobing on Buttons and th like.
ufflce .16, st
Street, Phillip Uouse,
JNO. C. ANtvENEY.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps
Mo. 1 JeSareosi et.,
AKKt KINK KWEp BOuTs at tne shortest
i wn .law., eu '.l men s
HOVS' Work of all kinds. mde nn nr.l., nM,m ...
aud all work warrautad. Varv flne i i- , . i .
AND (.'P OF THR LATEST 0TTLM.
,iAb ( U.MFAM f K01 UK.
Hto.khold.rs of the liavtoa Us I .. a ! Il
Co.t. nipanv. sreuntioad mat a meeting will I
ue.nat tne unk ol ilia uom.n. N..., I, u ... ,
of Jsfl.rson sud Third street., on Monday lha 1
I'w the hourvof g snd I
Kooogp. la k elect si I ihrrvtors to serve ilia !
S .eel. a. -- ri i wi nm'. ,
E m the i
.n ine nremieea or John raider, in TFatnt
.uennip, .wootgomery vouott. Oluo. ee.ul.t.u I
the Hel.iounteia K ad. miles Nonhee.i t....r. i
lyton, snd II miles ftoio oshnrn. One. he L..e i
Veer. Old. Hwavuie.1 ab (h lei ek..i.t ' u .
tMdsUUil a haltar. In. owner will .'.... 1
pi.,per.y. pay onaige. and tak kin away. I
. " e ei a pretided h is
va orki nsB.
y U. at. AiAJirMAN.
jams i, !;nvi.i)so.,
, AM) REAL SIAT AGK.VT.
70, Main Street Zfyfier Room.
"," TClinM RR AttOS ABL.K
WIl.LPnlt Hnl ITirtei ihr at AucttMi or Hn-
rt !. Rtiil mtxiiaw lltasrii a.i .aiT.naaa. m. n.AU.ai
1 11 it aMhsoa AW. ..I. V '
.liamruMe hrmH for Hni. or icti.g for tinrove
j 1 diiy Pmprrtj in I'-Ttnti
' - Jun?JJ!i lJLB4, - 111 ,n
c r amd"6 penIIn "d;
Bazaar of Fashion.
IE1VRV KLIn, - . Proprietor,
Ho. J3 Third t.,
I'nder lh Phillips Hones.
HAS Insi Herolvad. end is still Receivlar, a Snlen
Gold and Silver Watches,
Ofth Vry B t Mkt-
Ol AJl Klu J, hifh for 4utlitT tu4 WiyU chdo(
llocii or ETery Style nod Quality.
A (plsad d seltotlna of the most Modern Situs
l elaborate and lltliJr f talstied
The Oreatest Varietv sad Bast Styles ol
TEA AND TABLE SPOONS,
And all elkrr artidn pertaining lo Ele
gant Domeitic Economy.
The Proprietor hss slsn on hsnd s choice selection
otthe late.tanomo.ir.hionslilA.iylesor hell Am
ber, and other Ttt. kin t omb., F.os, and maur
other Fsiii'V Article. 10.1 nilmerniii, to m nnou
Mr. K Una take, pleasure In tnmnii.( his (rlen.ls
the l.u.iiie.., anil fiom hsiu pur"Ka.eThis i,h'
1 r . .anit, tie is enahlen lae I si prloe. not to oe ur
Wieeert (or lilierstitv In the W...i., " '
.. ovHeiitr'.ioa In. siniwre ih.nhs bi his rneuds snd
ihe u..iotur ih.i iTor, he will s.ld thai 11 will ever
..... .., . wuo ueai aitn mm.
June a, UH4 All
At) s .
Hboleaale Dealer In
loriign & Domestic Liquors!
No. 28S Third Street.
jBKPBON dAN Da Largs and Aaaortad Quantity
Bourbon, Rye, and
BRANDT, GIN, RUM, BITTERS, AC.
to,Als,aLtrge Slock of Oifsrs."M
June is, lest.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A good Ridt-Mad Stock fclwyt oa
Of th best quality Made to Order
116, Maln-iU leconfl door frcia the
aaTKei usyioo, o.
an nrsparoa so I
p rUes, Oa., at the
nl'jet wth f rot Kalr
urnish Btnna Music far ball..
S lOWaelbOa.lhla raiee. S.rin.
.in mi rra rairunun during th last summer.
teal comment snail eau satisfy all his old euatom
ers. I am a DwahipAr ii,. i,..,., u... .
csiifurnl.h sonumbrf piaca. lor a Strug hand.
orders left with Charles Tneohald.eonte Tliird
Jerter.ou streets, undi
promptly attended to
deisusm r Hu.taa Hall, will
rANiFt, a kk
STOCK I NO H!
vVhe seals and Itatail, and liesier in
Notions, Hosiery, &c,
10T Main 81, Between Msrkel Feurth ftt ,
aTBa keeps t.a hands wipe-y of auMkiu-., (set.
Varn.. 1'iatarshirui, A.-.
June T, lam i itaw un
VAIJ- BTJEEli HOTEL,
ON THE LEBANON PIKE.
JACOII ALTUCU, FROCK.
House, (situate Smiles unuh nf li.rton, oa
the l.eiienon Pike,) prepied to aomtao-
cu-toiiiers in Ike wont aali.lautorv Dutaaer
It. 14. '
I'At. . M A I . A l II II P
. i ...
Attorney at Law,
Honae. Jua 7Ui. iim.J
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
VorX.dUoa Tp Montjomerj1 Co., t.
s needs and atcHcres sod other lo-
etrumenta o' writ, ag, aad attend uvmiiily u
feu rLnn. Intrusted te lus care.
Juoele, lias 0A)wm
THE LARGEST STOCK
Aad Gassimere ,
IN THE CITY Of DATTOhl
j FINK E & LEOLER.
I ClUhing Hall. Xo. '307 5ront Street,
Dayton, Ohio, are now Receiving a
j Large Supply of Spring and
1 Summer Goods,
I rim.rl .iug all the Litest Styles nr Blsrk snd Col
. ored rrriH.li, ran -y and Plain Ca.s.m.re.;
Jilk. Bstin, Msrsalllas, an) other r-. Httle. oi
, et.rinss, .r Catom dmers. A o,.n pl.le Use of
JUKMNWINO UWp, and Ih. Ur.ii
j HwUK Of
Kontly-Made. C.losUinr ,
To he found in snr Bouse In lh Cllv. Fink 0 La,
let are Agsnts tor
SINOEH It CO.'S 8EWINO MACHINES,
II i".' .''hl!! tor " onw'leel purposes la the
Jamilt.andnrshoBa,a.rln.antaii lotro4aet4 la
tl, couniry Mouar gai.0e.Oia e I , o.ilii r 00
Tltlrd Door Et of the Central Bunk,
' THIRD 8TRIET,
Hiioi;teJ,0iT"1 Ur, C!t Waii-Silsd
Spring and Summer Goods.
Call at the old soj ws',1 estahu.hel House,
TbeCalirornla Clotblo; Store.
June rth, 1SC4. ,
10'4 SIAMl KTHECI, . ,
OPPOSITE PHILLIPS HOUSE,
RBHPKCTrCLLyoslllh sttantlen ol Ibe Irsd,
to their Larg blood of ,
i4.E3STa Ac BOYS' ,
Whir), is Ent.rely Xrte d Elevar.t'
June s, ltnt.dSin
LtSJNCK HO ,
lie Main Ulrest
hTuT " "' nm '" "0H. lie. Old d
J AMES BRAOELIN, '
MANUFACTURER OF '; ,
Tress-Hoops & Coopers'
i' o o l s .
No. 31, Third Htrett
lime td. l.tuj.
GDsslor m Fsshionabls a
TT O mn a . fl
Ladies Furs, Straw Goods,
CLOVES, &C., &C.,
Om Malar aad Thirst ocs, W.at ji. " '
June t, mi.
PUMP MAKES, ;::
Shop on Wut Side f Weytn Stremt, ntae '
Phillip Waltt't Grocery,
prepared to oak Pompsof tliabsstsoalilv lu
pairing done on .ho 1 "
HfiJ! V u,uui "' "akarr. oa Tnu. ot-.iJ
h promnby aitaudad o m-t
June 7th, leoi .,
A. It. BeCLUHk,
RBAL ESTATBAOBNT t
. ten THIRp iTP.prT AX ,0HI, H ITOfpf , .1
' large atnoonl of propertv for sal euwi
as houses aiJ lots, in ah parts ol thi oltv Ii I?
prte... ranginc from l.nr nTndei llacl2i
do.lars, on uood baTUanta. an.l --n . .. . .
iiusnnty of vsoanl lot. .r AUTsavarZ
;or sale, ranging from on handre in I mm
toV. W '
Those having properly for sal, and tbosa aanltn
in y, w.n do well to can on olaTas lebaTalv.
mtliot etteaimn , . i i , " eOOU
h..e' had z: te , "'r1 .
,..nn. .w MieiniKs in una rail
A. a. MuClXiUk
Sports of the Turf.
JOHN P, MUM MA,
5 tEXIUOTO.' JTf
I'tns BUh Norsk of Doytass.
O.A .'INK COUK.K (or th. aoetuxtasdanaa .1
ah datir to tram noraaaT
in INtt. M
elutohor, StoU No. 38,
WITH ur. OF TBt MUtH IT HOUSS
on kaud the Beit Htulltj of Me.U,
J?L " s ww led lo i.llP.ir.g
tIl,,,'ot Jt,i',T sg.-tsi.ou w.rkfcVi
ttwaoovew.g. and a.1 rn-ne. Pa.d
HtkklNGM.f O CO..
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