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Wftrited.-A competent Hhoenislier. Steady employment given. Inquire at tbis oiEoe. 1 Found A iarK brass key, which the. owner can have by pacing for this notice. Hatches! Hatchet!! Matches In any quantity, wholesale and retail, at 0 P. Huber & Son's. Buy before the 6rtt of Sep. f tember and save the stamp duty. Alan, a large quantity of cuUon balling at wholesale ' and ratail. d3i irjCotillion PrtT.-rrV;Cfi,illipa Party (tot-J Association, w'll come off at heckef OaO, on j Thursday even'mx next August 2ftli Ar rangements are being mailt) (hat will insure a, most agreablo time. Thoae who are dispiieej to be'Vay and liHpjvy, gay and happy, and blissfully indifferent to tho wagging of "tli wide world," will make a note of the oppor tnnity at Beckel. Admittance, per couple f I, The music eniraired lor the occasion will be satisfactory. Wolves in 8heeD' Clotuinir.i-At the session, which has just closed, of the Synod of the Lutheran Church, at Springfield, Ohio, the Rev. Mr. Barnett, of Wapokanetla, offer ed i the subjoined prenmble and resolution, which were "laid U.on the table" without discussion, by an almost unanimous vote.. This action alone, upon the part of the Synod, is well calculated to astound and to challenge the wonder of evorv fru'v good man, Bnt . Whan it is further known tlar the preamble and resolution of Mr. Barnl'tt were not only suppressed by this abolition Synod, but in their stead was adopted a "report upon the state of the country," embodying the slang and cant of abolitionism, we say when this action is superadded to the other, indignation and alarm will take the place of wonder end surprise. Let every Christian read : Wbsbcas, This land has, lor iuorr .than mree years, open passing inrougn the binod. iest, the most ensanguined war of which his tory makes any record, with all its concomi tant evils, during which a lurjre portion of our common country has been sacked and lid waste; made literally drunk with brothers' t'6 blocd; one million oi precious lives Inst, a vast majority of whom have been hurried, unprepared, into tile presence ol God, and hence forever lnr ; hull a mi.i;in of widows, arid three million of orphan, ruthlessly cast on the chaittii.s ol an uiuippreciaiiii world without the oeaiis,o! support, a d'bl of four thoui'eHilis'f-rlirltre trr''Ssin? the nation to the earth ; n'id, Wbckkas, The Gospel we are solemnly commissioned to preach in a compel of pence, its divine author the Prince of react ; his coming hern!d-d na designed to produce peace, he comes in the inimitable "sermn on the mouni" saying "Bleed are the Pkaie Hi nts ;" furthermore it ia aaid, "he that hath not the spirit of Christ is none of his;" therefore, Resolved, That as n Synod in convention assembled, we petition the President of the United Siates, and ibosn in authority with bim, to, at the earliest moment, open negotia tions with the authoriliea of the Southern Confedoracr, looking to a lair and speedy set tlement of our dilhVultiea. This paper, bear in mind, was "laid upon the JV'" without discussion, by the Synod in queslloq, - V'hnt was. meant by this action? Did the Syeed snenn In repudiate the hi eas ing promised to peace-makers by refusing to become worthy of it? Did it mean to deny that war ia an evil, and therefore to he depre cated, as the cause of orphanage, widowhood, eqrrow, desolatioo and sin ? Did it mean to deny the peaceful character of the inculca. tions of the gospel, or that the Saviour was the Prince of Peace ? Did it mean to record -it tppnsitifcrr an ttsW-efoetriM of Peace on arth and good-will to man?" Did it meau to assert that the "Spirit of Christ" is the vengeful, savage spirit of Abolitionism ? If it did not mean a part or all of these things, pray what did it meai? Are those members who voted to squelch the paper of Mr. Bia kitt, opposed to th restoration of peace to oar nnhappy country, and yet afraid to meet the arguments of a Christian roan in a dii eossion ffj question?, . Or,, feeling their inability to "serve two matters" th?y have cho io Abraham Lincoln (the bloody Sangamon olowo) as their master ? It looks that way. when by their public votes they refuse to com mit themselves in favor of means "looking," in the language of the resolution, "to a fair and, speed settlement of our difficulties." AainSt iuca-mee we solemnly warn the pub lie. Tbey are "wolves in sheep' clothing ;' they are "falee teachers tney are wbiteo sepulchres," iney are enemies ot uoo ana man. Like Judas, jiay have betrayed their master, like Peter they have denied him ; and the best and highest interests of the Christian demand that they be driven from the , . , , ... pulp,,, and positions they are desecrating, be-1 fore, in the bloody audacity of their infidel antetypes, they have declared that "deatkit an eternal sleep.' Down with (he i cj : . .. ... , infidel impcsturs, and In their slead, place , . ' ' r men clad in the pure white robes of peace ; men. iospirfd bv the character, teachings and loving-kindness of Uiui who has pointed them to the happy time when the nations shall "learn war, no more," "Any wky to Seduoe Ken to their y :.. ,v .u tiuna of the public, might contribute to the filling of the quuta uf hie district, and heneo ha furnished ihe following "whopper" for the N. Y. Keening Post ; "A baby was horn during the past week, and immediately spoke the prophecy contain ed In the following lines, when it instantly died." ' ' We hare no disposition to aflliet our read ers with the whole of the "wondrous tale, that Cometh from another sphere," and as the Isst verse "will do the business" satisfacto rily that we have in ?iew, wa will offend to that extent, no more : 1 fil e ear, Ye penp'e whom the Lord hath chime, Kre three month fly, tour varujiitsn.d fees The foes of freedom and niaamud In chains or ord-r y. enall h ad. If re uit ir'H'-ati tit ,vt, fitid to tilt (hid e hatUoi truit!" Po spake the child, and censed its treats; lnsnmt it lips wsre s.aled by death." Ilerewe have Seward's "ninety days" senr ed up in low doggerel, and presented to the public as coming from the lips of a baby lht "eeaned its breath" immediately alter the ul- terance. Pretty good. We rejoice that th baby "fluinmixed" before us iafaul leet "bad grown familiar with the paths of sin." Bat it is a matter of mournful regret that Seward didn't choke to death upon Ihe same false and deceitful prediction. Just Published Biographical Mem oir of Clement L. Valluudigham by his Brother. A handsomely printed pamphlet of 64 octavo pages. This is a document of Btiuseal value aud inter. ( ; entirely anthen tic and reliable. Every statement in it per sonal or otherwise cau be strictly verified. The work is wanted everywhere, immediately by hundreds of thousands. Price delivered 25 cents. Country dealers can be supplied through the channels by which tbey receive their New York pipers, and at our lowest wholesale price. The commissions charged by the News Companies being paid by us. Every editor who is disposed to aid in giv ing this pamphlet a wide circulation is invited insert this advertisement and draw on as for copies of ihe Memoir to the amount of bii hill, to be sent in a package ordered bv anv one in his vicinity. Walter & Co, publish ers of "Hooks for the Times" 4c. No. 19 City nan .iqunre, rsew I OrR AUgnst 1, 1864. Aug 6ih, 18(4. dtf. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE MORNING REPORT. Federals Withdrawn from Bottom —Fight of the 21st. New Yon, August 24 This mornini pa pera contain very little news in addition to what was telegraphed last niuht i ne Herald s 1 enth Corps correspondent savs that our forces were withdrswn from Iirap Bottom on the night of the 20th. Ao mpnrtnef co-operative movement bv the 10th Corps commenced this morning, the details of which will reach you at the proper moment The Herald's correspondent gives the fol lowing particulars of ihe rebel General Hay wood's trescherv in the battle of the 21st: The rebels found themselves under a qua- orupie nrn ol muskelry and aitillery, which caused them to throw down (heir pieces and raise tht ir arms in token of surrender. Gen. Cutler sent Captuin Daley, of his staff to re ceive I hem as prisoners, our men having ceased firing. Daley told H aywood that be had been sent to receive him and bis brivade as prisoners, and, without saying a word, H ay- wood arew ms revolver and shot Daley, the Captain lived a half an bour afterwards, but long enouvh to make this statement Hav- wood, following the shooting of Capt. Daley, called upon ms men to pick up their moskets. and to fall hack, which order they attempted to obey. Our men again fired, when tbey again threw down their arms, and this time they gave themselves up as prisoners. Tbi secoud volley added largely to their killed. and among them is Haywood, who was shot through the beau J be prisoners number be tween GOO and 600. After two hours fighting the battle was ended. ' The same correspondent states tbat the rebels report that the rebel General Hook was billed ou that day. A Fight Progressing. , Wisrikotox, August 23. Special to the World says : The Star this evening says wnen tne boat lett City f oint yesterday morn ing, Warren was stilt warmly engaged with the enemy who were Irvine to dislods-e bim from bis position on the VYeidon Railroad His position so much strengthened as to be deem ed impregnable. Tha Richmond Dispatch August 20th says the most important news we have from this point is that a force of the enemy is advsn cing from Penracola toward Mobile bay. YY had nrevmuslv hard ikia aa a lumnr hut n ferred to await tho confirmation before making it puotic. A Fight Progressing. Federals Driven out of Harper's Ferry. skirmirbiug commenced very early this morn church in ," ,h T5ht nd emended along the 1 whole line. The rebels made several chars hi,,h dro , ,nd , fr r drives through the town out on tbe Har French j per'e Kerry pike. The rebels followed us "P very closely. The whole army is now i sirongly posled on heights in the rear of this 1 7,,. ... i. i .," v.. i place ine enemy is close upon ee but sea j g ,, urongly posted they may not risk an engagement. Should they do so, your A Harper's Ferry despatch of Ihe 22d stales readers may iook lor some very encouraging news. Rebel Repulse—Reported Death of Fitz Hugh Lee. Wishinoton, August 23. Special to the Iim LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. Memphis Attacked. Memphis, August 21. Memphis was attack ed at tour o'clock this morning by Genera! Forrest with three brigades of cavalry about three thousand strong. They left General Smith's front at OaMord on the 18ib, and made a forced march to this city. Tbey drove in our pickets and dashed directly to the Headquar ters of General Waahourne who made a narrow escape They went to General Bukcland'e Headqnarters, he also escaped. They then at tacked the Covington prison, but were repul sed by the guard. They then visited Gavoso house expecting 10 capture General Hurlburl, but be was stopping at a friend's house- Out tioopsnow attacked tbe rebels and soon drove them from the city, killing about thirty and wounding one hundred. They captur.-d thirty is luuni uunri, (jut iiuunv time iw uiunuur. wui iobb is augui lum same as me reoeis. usn inr.. li - . L't vrai n aauourne in carrying out a plan wnico isezpected 10 result ia the capture of a large portion of the attacking party. Later. August 22 The raid into Mem phis yesterday, was a complete failure, and so admitted by Fotest. His intention was to capture Waab burns and other generals, and troops being without a leader, take and plun der the city. They captured quite a number of prisoners, including two olticers, several olerks, and the telegraph operators. Numer ous acts of cruelty were perpetrated by the rebels. Among the wounded is one Colonel Starr, (ith Illiuois cavalry seriously, and Lieut. Irvin, 8th Iowa, since died. The Rebels Reported Over the Potomac. Bai.timohi, Angnst 24 News buve been received here via Northern Central Railroad that tbe rebels have crossed the river. There port needs aonlinnatiun. Nothing dirent from the upper Potomac Stoneman and Streight All Right. Cincinnati, August 'It The Haaetto'a Chattanooga correspondent ) neiihor Gen eral Stoneman nor Colonel Slreiirht were in jured at Dalton. Both are well. DIED. HANITCH At tb rar!ileur) of ber paraul. in chiacitT.ontheaTwm'Dft f m V3t. of Annum Mry Klin lt .tIdMl (iKiirtLtaroI Jokn and Uarv H Ksrd about l ywt. Bom Rftttht Traly rii(ln. No. 2 I'evr" t(., bj Rv. Geo. W. Willkrd, nt I o'olook I. M. (to-morrow,) 26 lb IniL I a tit rmAQt Woodland. COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. DAYTON, Aug. 24 HAKSHMAN'S FLOUR Red wheat. wholesale $11 00. Retuil $11 00. NEw WHKAT $1 TO. Old $175 CORN 110 OA18-70. RYE 1 451 fiO. BARLEY $1 20. CO FEE E 6K(oi 60e. 8UGAK 25(428. MOLASSES $1 3fil 40 per gal. RICE 15c per 111. TOBACCO 90f3;UQ par lb. SOAPS 18a)19e per lb. STARCH 21Jo per lb. HARD REFINED SUGAR .7Jc per tt SUGAR 26(S28c per lb. COFFEE 8UOAR 33360 per lb. LED 25c per lb. SHOT W 00 per sack. POTATOE9. $2 50 per bnsb. TOM ATOEST $3 CO par bnsh. EOOS 26pr doe. WHISKY 1 79. CHEESE. 10(420. DRIED PEACHES 322. DRIED APPLES 1520. BEANS Par bushel $2 603 00. HAY Timothv $2223 per ton. TEAS $2 602 0(1. RICE 20c per lb. LARD 18(5)20. BUTTER 30 New York Markets. New York. Aus. 24. Cotton tirm CI 85: Flour 10 higher, snd on If a limited sopplj at 10,6610,60 for Extra State,- U,00ll, 10 Round HooV; Wheat dull add scarcer so firm at 220236 for Ohio Sprinfr; 221 j) for Millwaukej Club; 286246 fur Winter Red; Corn 12 better, but not verr active, at 65 fnr Mixed ; Western Oats a shade 6rmer at 96; western fork lower at 37,UU(,i).17.50 for Mess; S9,62(555,00 for Nest ; 35,5035,00 Prime; Lard firmer 23.24; Butler 42 ; Wbiakv firm eratl83al84 for Slate; 184sl85 Westesn ; Petroleum qniet at 65 for Crude ; 87a88 Re fined Bond; 8889 free. Buffalo Market. Buffalo, August 24 Flour less active aa hanged. Wheat firm red winter 225 amber winter 2 282 30 No. 1 mil spring held 2 20 2 25. Corn better 44441 tr No 2. Oats more active mixed 65 old 7tU. Whisky firm quiet held 83S4. New York Stock Markets New Yoax, Aueusl 24 Slocks irregular: Govercment Stocks better; Gold 267 ; Money 7; Sterling Exchange uuchanired: Readme 32; Erie 101; New York Certificates 20; United Hlates bixes 721; Sixes HI ecu nous 9j; Five-twenties coupons 13J ; Ten forties coupons 103; Seven-thirties coupons 111; One Year Certificate 9.". GEO. W.MALAMBRE. Attorney at Law, DATTOW. OUIO. rorSICB OulfaiaSlrral. nearlv onoo.lt. lh. Court Houbs. IJuna 7th. ISM. I dtj Huston Hall fur Kent. THI br.iHallln the eiiy will aval oeo Ihonaaad rauaaenly lo i. r 1)1 hulo. no. sv imra straai, HualAa Biuidtaf. aiiglO-rlgw FOR RENT. F. ARalERk ANU MKCUANirH HOTEL ter ra now t.pl by as kiebl. ami eiriekler. raia.i.i araM.-t mharl4. aUxtuirsor Jui a BaiMleh. Mo. U Slaia aueal. amis dl NOTICsB. mill bo roODtd to SovarMT A PITITIOW aoo or C Amusements. i TrTtTlsV n art Ss vr) a e-itn tifissoi KETlin OF ThE FAVORITES! T r T"ri- ,t rfs f -y T-X A T T POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Friday end KeHurriar Kreologa, " Aiiffiiat 'JWIli and STIh, Sara Sharpley's Minstrels, Brass Band and Burlesque Opera Troupe. THE HEROES OF A HEMISPHERE! ' TWO OKEAT IKON CI.ADS, Will anoear as fibers. Introtlui-ini, an entire n pro. KramrnF, i,oi rev caph,i hjr th.ir maiiy Ja-iitAfora. m i fiiwj in aaia.ai rinar ei ad Mai nrHav August asth aaS Uttat-Hwateat Hell. Admleslen ....ao cte. se,rJoors open At 7, f crirnmr-QCP at 9. ypvf fTLIy HA n sutlU'Lll, tiansfrr. BaaatsaaaaaM ' aireDi. aiiaisit IJJ.t New Advertisements. $10 Reward. LOST on Teouinseh slre.t. hatween Oreen and I lib sir rr. one blank valval Port Moaaie, eoo i tiling una hundred aad twenty-Dine ilollers, or thr anonis, all I'.M. rnrrancy hula, follows - Twelve ismaonar miiH, one ft and r.na sv, Ttii fjndr-rwill reoaived tha above reward laavios Iuh same at thie un,uj ur ai no, iwn manam Brrei, or at tso. Til 4raen street. M KS. MaKY KlLLT. J.f. BAHTOK. augii-dai No. 70 Or en at. TOT'CK. an i wilt pity n -A 1 pAi-Poni r wflroM trajnt h trhor- p irui-iinif my wifr. Hurt urn oumy jtpoount, V no d"bl of hr noalrniMinir. tuiCi aiwAird .loHN K. KiKHNKN, A FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. Att.r HtaphnuN, Twroh C. Kf flnr 1, I No. Hnperlor Court 1UKUANT Ut o iIm tmi ol Ihe HnHhor Court Montjimivvry cminty, Ohio, enltMi-il tu thi nloo csupft, ! st Juno Tfrm, A. 1). l$Q4, I will, on , i $-tu,-4nft, titptmnbir 24'A, 1N1, t tht dtmr of thw 'tour. Hduiki in tho mty of ! my -tin, in nmd eomiiy, Ml h honrn or (wo nnl ftitir o'olfK-k P M. oC -n'd dnjr. Roll ot I'uMio outcry lo itio hiRh ht'ldr, tho fo'lorving ditor)bsd prmtrr): rt of th nortn htll of npi'Mod mtintrnr eitf'itefn (tl), township tutTiihor thrM (I), aod rnnfe Durr.br Bvo (6), bo(wn tho Mmml nror in M-jotyom' oounry, Ohio, iM'Binninf sit i ho holf Nortfon cn ner on tho wtti lino of iftirl tioD ; thnuo north 1 yir nn. Hhty-iwo poie to eo-Br; rh-o ntuh h t two tiunjro'1 and ttf y-tiro nnd lliirtyhix liun drvdtbi (ii6 Jl-luOi pn'mn to a oonor; thcusjt noulh IV mt oiKhty-ltw nnd fori) WKhdi huodrf-itlisi (bV 4 ttft) point io t M-rntT ; tu-iiC" uorlh Mt'i.ft whmi I" hundred nnd hrty-'uiir and fori hniHlr IiMh U-iuu) pot,- to tno c'.ium ol lestinninjf, conuio u ono hondr( an (vrvtry-liilie mid Mevtmt voo hull dridth i ritftl-linn Hrrn. Moid Krm i-i oliout ivro mh!co oui ot Ontroville, ha upon tt o dwelliiiKi fo hi cub) ut. m frnin tenant htMMp, larx orchttrd, ai4 atout tit to n aro o Timber Appnuood allwAOil aa a to. Mb? a-,! for $37 ft! an aero. uaiu, . n a l a m tl it K, M air Ooiiimitmi-ii T. F Tnaaaata A N. K. foauAM, Ati'ya. SEWINOSCHOOL. mHKtindPrigOkd tato plnr, hi immwiuff to tuf ir innub una iw puitiic or iMTTUri, that they HKWINO SCHOOL in the Hi'hnol Room omtiaito tw 8t. Jobopha Caiho On TUKSrUV, August 30tb. 1861 1'hflv tDvilo nil who wih to I faro Hfrnioa, Knitl tut. CrorhftinK, Filloruaring, Hradin, Krnuroidfnu and all othor tiuda ol oulrWlk, tu givjthum a call. , Tho reitnUr hourawHI boon Tuoad vaand Thitff data, from 5 to 6 o'clock P. M.,auil onhaiuniN)'n limn !- 10 li'-vs ocmiK a. iti. irinn u uia. par month, to h raid in advaut'o. l-ofi t forget tho pl'tj, tvant Haoond street, hatweso Aiauiaou atiii r0Nra Nirftoi-. . MiaoKMMA mPHI A BACMBARU auf(23-lwd Millinery. 18G4. FALL. 1864. TO WHOLESALE BUYERS. a largo aaaortintut w X aro now rot'olTias of BIBB0NS, B0VNKTS, HATS, FL0WEBH, anu BILSB, In nut evervttiiDif In the Millinery Hoe In Fall and Wlalar alvlas. IikVOU a tu. la and S6 Pearl slrcai. DKVOU CO.. S3 US PEARL IT , waaLSSAXS MtlllaMtry eaods Oloass ami BaawLa OLOAK8. We are now inanulartunne our near bivIb a' fUnalrs Id Ihisdeiartin til will lie lound lha muatflnmni.i. aasortmanl 10 tills Market. SHAWLS. A lull aaaonmrnl in all desirable makes. DEVOU dr CO. 83 and 85 Pearl street. a? Two Section Ladder. A GOOD thing for ory man that ovni a houao, and for Trr fstrtner. 1 hov ara two lands-rd j oonvtwDiA t Itojith for gfiifrat uxa axut can bajuiDod HHt(nw w Hit. A.a, w, -ai wi xo iti0t tuawr. a ifoua houM cn bo aTd from Uirt).ui hv hartuv a tiai.isr id itma to reach th rout, v-aii at jtu. 287, hunt nrL ainfa-lmd J. U HALtl.K V. PETITION FOR PARTITION, Soporior Court l ooigomery rumty , Oh.o. Loft K. Baor ami Amelia Aon Baaoro araiuM Hamtial RodahfTrr, El rbalh Hocmtrthiua, Amelia aud K04iai.s?wr, r a rKKjtnoner, rank Kodahcttrr, Chnatsvti H(HlHhortr,Hamual K. KostahKr, fuaauna R.KtikAe IVr, t.aviDA Kurow, William Hcory tinner, Hatnu! fc. Housr, tarah laaWlla Bwn, of ihm Hitm of Cihio ao t Kl iahsih Lwkor, rod Iaa" fiockor. harhiuUuidof Uiootat of 1 qui ana, dofcud anta. f1Habova naintd dof.ndanta, and oupociallr Kliaa. X oein i-n ifr ua jkami twmr nr nuatwnd, of Uio Mtato of lodiatia, trll Uho tvutioo that a vtitiofi dui Dfmu aisMi Ruiunsiij iiipui iu mi fupror i-ouri oi Moiitiomrrjr pouuty Ohio, tv Uto atiova oai?d plena lilt, pray in for a oartuio-i of iim htltoHriutf tiow'rtMt prssiniwM aituatoia Jas'kao town liifk, Muoigomory county, Okjo. bciux isuwnluia onmborfd ouohtutilrod and tfi odo huudrodaudiMovau llh, oio hiutdroil turn tvtr ll ,uriliuu rs aud ItH.tru )U.Ona hlludrMl tbur(si). ra.ijrur Ml. riMiiiiol a follow: basiuoing at .h-outrietiHrnr oi wud traoi o Ijm1 aus onneen in.), on. nunnre i sui nita (lis . in' Ihe lo.-or.r.ll villa. .1 Karm.r.vi .. iw'hei r.du. of laud on.d l.y Henry Hou.-r. ia hia h .. tiros, auuated lu ion(..nt-.vrn (ir,. io0 four (4).ran,..ur(4)..a.lie oumine two arna and on. huasllad aad twrnly erch.B i alM Ih.UadasnMd by I Ih.said Heary llunur I. hi. Iilrliina, ailuau. i id na I aoulliwaat u ,arlar, of aaruon leniv one call a - N.lf i C rvi . TaCWT. A 1 (iiVlst 7 4 IAWLvJ ttT B. f l At- ' f . - -f V1 1 I'ViW- fAlMIVf r 1 f s!''fc. 1 lha VYXlf: Vits VtUAv MJ -h sViti ('W.sirnWlS I I DISSOLUTION OF FARTKERSHI?. I "WOTICR la harphr riven that tbe riftrtnrhtfttaA ' i.v tnlore eitin ts-ln Ihe emlritie. In thai '-io'r"'i.'"'P"riDK b,..m hWu.,i,mi,ed; hr rnnliial con-f nt. 'tlio-a ahoais indbledto the' ! late rinn will pies call and n tile iuimad allr and thnse having c's ms, are re'iuwled lo irerenc the tnr liv th fir1-! ol Sfprmutr. Th tokn wilt m totllid Wirh Itssnrv Ttrdiii.M. Hit. Wnvnn sttret. whn ullionMi netl,u iummi th firm, AudmAri U piymrntrtund iwirt nil htim. ng5i2(lww KKKPKRirK Bh;UI!RS. UeiolultoD of I'o-p&rttterthlp. TBIC MHiArfhip hwrnf.- nlfttiop nn4frth firm of rthMxuie.ii, MsunR 4 Co , ia Mump Jiminim , .sin ur vouvfiii, u I IIP itfi.il umy OI AllIUHl, IsJM. i All pAriou kno-ing t tnrlv-ii 1dc1Um1 to nl 'flin i r t,up--f-(J io mill nj Mjttl. mu4 mil hating lelsimsaMaiuslthaariuwIIIpre.ealliiemforpajineui j imtnadiat' ly. Tha Imuka will If found at the otfice " ' ' T KahiNalihO a 8i!K, Fta. t. Xau.ue . '"'ai, wnara aiout, Hie acnounls will he settlj H1..M1V frkHNRLlMu, ur.on'.K msu AMKW alAl'SK. iji4. auglS-lmd jLtyUn, Ait4UM 17 Xov Flour mid Feed Store rpH t undormfftid hat th4 dny pnterorf tnto Oo- rennviNi y, umifr n nrni oi m a una 9 ui aort, Ploar and Peed Store, And hiTolenied t rrt of tho No Waretioutto. ro. rooily ero. i d by Thorna. Mrown, k-Hj., on T'xri 'frrf, tn.rffMjinta y H-.f orh Cnnil, . hero will bo Hix m i. ii iirrx'S, a 'um Mitp y in inrt ttct tmuul of tomtit Kour, ShifiitJJ, AAorf., ticrftn'ng, Hviiinn, Mh, Jtc. A'lordoti ironj(ly rid'-d, and Flour and rwtoi aviiTorpa iro to any part .r ino iiy. ANI'MKW MAt'SE. UKRMaN G HOES. Peyton, August 17, mn 18 Imd NEW MILLING FIRM. 'nH R nnderslfined have llns day entered into Co. I Fa tn'-r hin under the rirm ot S'saasuiNO Mavis ut tlie VMrpos. ol carrying on tha MILLING BUSINESS, AT THE "HYDRAULIC MILLS " ON THE UPPER HYDRAULIC, brmor-y owned and oot-uptcd hy EICHRLBKHGKR & BHOTHKR. Whoro ihoy will be bd to MeallthAiroldniPtororn, in i ai many n onn ai mRy (RVor rhom ith thatr tjtWom. Th hiitliMl Mrtriiot pnro will at all Lma,'bo paid or H'hml .l.ji, t.J nt tin Mil j HKNRT rERKFDilSO, iK.K MAUSF ImyUni, uKiiM l ItM. auglt-lmd NOTICE ! NOTICE ! I ITKAOQVAnTitRHTarAm'nitH'fl 'irna CockT Hi.cir,l DTTOat MilNlOiiHHV Covntt, Ouio Order No. 2 Lfwhn iriH.es I'ltiis-ijii b(D(c 18 yoara uf flKnd iiudt-r 4 t'.at ar not mrmt.tirfl o( rorii Voluo 'otrOiHnUition and aiHt-vt to prJurm miliiy or ft ar hrhy notitifd that fho Hrvoka aro now any in tn on,-) to rocuro irom oactmne tl.ua tie; mur aojmn aa amiiita cgmniut uoo. All thiw who fail to HU uortitlisotraof n.mption with ll AoWlior Ol thh County, or bivinlntha Coumt r oi u in uounty, tour do larn on or h TrM-ury four do larn on or IWi rr the J5th uf Auituit bO RUltOt to th 'OllfH'MOQ of Mid aiiRl -rill) thirty per uontpenaty aoi .'out ot nollectioo .ill "rMsrV 1 Imb o without anv tvfrrmiimi 'in FraTSM Noncit a II pfr-on owhjk auy taiea ol IH&A, dn 2-'th .Tuoelant o n by iwymsun orbf fore the io n o ihiM .miy, do ao without penalty, all that l not pftid tj that titno the penalty mini and will be added. JdNATidAN KKNNKV, Treanurf r M'.ntKouieiy County, (. Trwurai-Offifii, Oft j ton, July '.tu INA4. Julyo LESSNElt & BIIO. 101) StAI.SI ITBIET, OPPOSITE PHILLIPS H0US, I) BHPICTVrLI.Y eall the atlanHon ol Ihe Trad. IV in their Lai ( . block of MEN'S Sc BOYS' CLOTH ING- I Which it Entirely Seto ol Eltyant! va.(1ivs na a osll , and yon will And tha Uoods dral auli., aad tne Trice, all light. LrSSNEI k Bno.. June 8, 18C4 d3m lial Slam Mlraet. VAN BUREN HOTEL, ON THE LEBANON PIKK, JArou ALTiien, propii. rvj'sBIB Bonee, (situate a rnllea south of ravton, on I Ihe Lu.non PlSa.) la br.naiad lo aoeommo. dalacu-loro.r. In the ino.t aatialaetorv manner Jime 11, 1S04. 4Kn JOHN BETTELON. Wholesale Iiraler In Foreign & Domestic Liquors! Ko. SSS Tblrd Street, DAYTON, OHIO: i JEIPBCN atANDsLargaaiid Aasortad Ijnaaniy Bourbon, Rye, and , Other Whiskies.: ' "aa nsi, i.i.nii-iiaj-ti-fjg DDIURV a tu niiu Dirrrn a. a ' f i raVAlto.ftUrgo Stock ofOigara Judo li, 164. dAwt th . bo heeler & Wilson SBWINO MAOIIINE: I i.r iiiinvvn m r . v.... nin-ia of t S ' j BOOTS AND SHOES AT ' and Retail. WI H AlACQ la 1 11 vvoaw FERNEDING, HILGEFORT CO-. Mo. Sii, corner nfsMaln aud fcecoua streets. . WIHH to inform the puHIn that Iksj Menu vlure tnoitlr. aoj also kaan alwava on hand. Alalira let of E -A. 8 T B K N" -W O Jri i ,b itn 01 1. ey tot c j upm m low as on b ad ia tho mty. Horn md wora alWMya ia honsi, irhioi UJ bo i awu minvr at w noioaaia oi isVifiii. KhUNEblNli. HIUibJc'OUT 4 Co.. . No. corner of Mam and 2d Sireeis. Clothing. Clothing, Clothing,! THE LARGEST STOCK Of Cloths And Oassimeres IN THE CITY OF DAYTON! FINKE 4 LEGLER. Clothing Hull, Xo. 307 Second Street, Dayton, Ohio, are now Receiving o Lurtjt Supply of Spring ' and 1 Summer Goods, romiim-injt all 'he '.stent Htjlesff Bls. k and fol ored t'lnihsi ITreni-h, Fbd y and Flam Uafainiere.! bilk. Halm, Marseilles, aud cither vt Htyl ol W-tins, fnr Custom Uruer-. A runipirle line o: rUHIHHINU UU iD.l, nnd Ihe Larueal and Ui-st Buck or I!eiidy-Ma ClotHina To hef. unl tn anr Beo.s ia th City. Fmue L'-g-l-r ara At,-nt fur SINGEU4 CO.'S SEWING MACHINES, The hesl M S'lhins tor all iirai-in-al purposea in Ihe Ininil), nodior si.iipa ever i;itr.ti .1 sud iutrnduL'td in ihe coutiiry Money canb e ina e 1 y ca lii-i' od i Jnn 1, t:A tt ) INK Fl. SOLE. JOsJEI'll I.KIltMsIIt Htia.ll, CLOTHIER: Third Door Ka-st or the Central Munk, TlllRll 81BEET. HAS lust received a Lara asi. Well Saladed Slot k ol Spring and Summer Goods. Call at tha oi l and well eslabll-hed Hnusa, -HIGIN OIF. The t allfurnla f lulhlus Store. JnnsTth, ;'4. lUwom JT. Oc B. BOHUTTK, DKAIVR1 IN BOOTS ANU SlIOESe A good RiAtr-M4ir Htook oiwaya oo hbd CUSTOM WORK Of lb best quality MuJe tu Order. So. HA, Maln-st., ictnnd door frum tbe Market Da) ion, 0. nnW m Business Notices. Z. . . .r .. i '"""d Hy ail d.uoin,a.ui,. J-ar. i. .a., guj,. r..l a.aured mat ad lhal -.. eunuii nl- lo lil'h and e bji orlnf Ihoas o-iiia led a. Ih. eaj. l".1'.'"!L.'".L ru..il..u.ly slleaoed ti, wh.l.l al ih-aame Mm. Iher .,11 ea.lee.or in is.lll ihe ni ml. f lh- Ir nun. Is ih. pnnc.iiie. of reMj- '"..'' vKie ahwti aWaaareBOir sduvalloa ara- lM ""'. auo irom uavmu putxhawd nia it ck r CASU . b i tuttUv d io 1 at iiicr uvt io l uir , patoi tor litrrat.1) tu U Htat4.urtNtta. .KHur U h amcMo Ui-nLa to hia fi-ir.l and y tu tor i at tit: ho wli add ti.ai- 11 mil r bta oio aim to lvaaa thoao hu dvai vlisti tutu. "k Jun. j. iih. ( li'r ia Hwnu in e"t-r I re. RAND OPENING -AT THE- Bazaar of Fashion, UEMtV KLINE, - - Proprietor, Ho. 13 Third -. Undar tka Ikllliaa House. HAD jusl neualved, and u .nil kresjiiii, a Splen did Stock of - (iold and Silver Watches, Of tha Vary B t JUJtoa. LADIES' WEX-I-CY Of All Kin la. whlfh for Quality aud tft)l oannoi bo axcoilidaoyirhoro. Clocks of Every Style and Qaallt). A Ipload d aa'ootiou of tlio mot Mo-lore 8tia PLATED WlREI 1 bo Qroaloit Vartttj aud Boat btylaa of TKA ANDTABLE 8POONH, And all other articles pertaining to U pant Domestic Economy. Th Prorirtor hw aJao on hand a ehuieo tlt'oii tha lau-m an t. muni rihiooat-lo ftyln of n ij, trm bvr, and other Tu kluy . Mtto, Ku. aud luai.) oUir Kariiy Artii-lr u nuuittiuui to ut ninu. Mr. k'lue Ukssj ploafUFO to l orm. it ha tiMbda and tha $ rat puhiic, i .at. Irom loug oifj rtuui iu St. Blarj'8 Academy. Ssoond 8traa.it. Daylun Ohio, HDIB THE DINKCTiOsJ lir TUB elhTkKS . Ot (UiklTY. IptJIH Ac. temy has he.i. a.lal.li.h.d tsil af.a) ,rars. Wl.lllll UL i.l II04 II The r'oii ccuimtfivr tha first Mrndyin top