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About Carpet Sacks. Soma rentlenian on th morning train if tho S. A P. road, Aug 29ib, by rnistiike took the wrong carpet sack, leaving biaoon. If (hi notice meets bit eye, let him oall at tliii office tf Information Wanted. My boy Phillip Smith, about 12 jeers ot ape, left hit home in Miamisburg about four weeks ago, and I have not hoard from him sinci-. I have Home idea that ho il employed somewhere in tho vi cinity of Dayton, and Din very anxious to V Inert) hi jwhereatilM)!.- Ah ryersoe. firing jne (nforiasiginri tflti frt mines will ro,nfer o great laror. Philip Smith, Misinisbury, Aug. 211. 2wd Old Sobool Baptist Asiooiation. There will be a meiMing of the Old School Baptiit Aesociation, in Krquire KetT'i drove, two and a half milei north of Payton, laiting three dayi, and oommencing September 2d, and end ng Sabbath, September 4th, 1864. Ang. 17 Itw. Ba Y Clothed Fink Legler, at their shop on Seoond street, hare just reoeived a large lot of Good in their line, which they propose to eell on the most reasonable terms If yon want to get bargains in Clothing, go to Fiok & Legler's. They can accommodate yon. a29 lw Strayed or Stolen, on Sunday night, August 28, a light Bay Home, four years old, bout 19 hands bigb, with mane shorn off 9hort, and long tail. Had on a plain saddle with no horn. Any information, or the return of the horse, will he gladly received and the person liberally rewarded, at Lewis Kiinmel's, in Madison township, or at the 6 Mile House, Eaton pike. a29 lw Sale of Furniture To-morrow muni, ing at 9 o'clock, at C. P. Hubrr & Son's auc tion room, No, 278 Third street, 1 doz. Arm Chairs, 1 Stove and Pipe, 2 large Dining Tn bles, 1 Office Tolile, 1 Bureuu, 1 Shower B.ith Closet, 0 Bedsteads, and a large lot of other Furniture. ltd. Information Wanted. William H. Ger brick, of the Fifteenih Iowa V". I , now at Dayton Ohio, desires informs ion as to the residence o( his parents, Jucobnnd Mary Get bnck, whom he has not en or heard Irom sine 164$, then they were at Pittsburg Penn ' "sytvanii. They have live I in Somerset and York counties Pennsylvania. Any informa tion respecting ihrm will be thnnkfully receiv ed. Pennsylvania and other papers please copy. Fourth Ward Bally. All persons hav ing subscribed to the Fourth Ward to relirve it from draft are requested to meet at the En gine House, this evening at 7 o'clock, to take into consideration the best way of nning the said fund. All interested are expected to be present a it is of vital importance to arrange the matter at once. . - - -- . The Force of Contrast It is supposed that private Jordan was put forward lost night at the abolition meeting, not to "adjust' it, as hi claimed himself, bat as a powerlul diversion in favor of ScHtNct, in the way of a powerful contrast, which it was supposed would thus be presented to the audience Pretty good strategy that, and quite success ful. By the way, the three cheers which he proposed for the General, were not given in a manner very well calculated to flutter the pride of any body. They were few, forced, and spirit- "l"kll. al .. - , A Feaoe Element. We are informed by gentlemen extensively acquainted in this county, that fully one-tbird of the meeting last night was made up of Democrats, who were attracted by the novelty of a Lincoln meeting. This accounts for the dispropor tion which was so evident, between the numbers present and the numbers whoman - -ifeetedeysnpaihy wit the proceedings. If enaocd bf a Mob We had a sail, to day, from ageulletnan of Warren county, who was on bit way home from Chicago. He in. formed us that while Hopping temporarily, on hit return, at Richmond, Indiana, bo was sur rounded by a crowd of Black Repablicans ed threatened, with violence jf he should "''hurrah Tor fifcClellan. Determined not to be scared out of hit rights in that way, he made th welkin ring with the obnoxiont shout A scoundrel drew a hammer as if he would throw it, bat suspeoting that dangerous con sequences were close at hand, concluded to desitt, and therefore let "I dnrt not, wait up on I oould," ia. fear"" Old Brough made a apeeeh last uight! in Columbus, in the course of which he said be knew McClellan well, and had nothing to lay againit him personally. He was the moat vacillating man he ever knew, and would prove a mere oat'i paw in tbe bands of design- ingbeemeo.. ew A. '"vacillating") bio is iusl tbe tort of a man 4aa occasion demands. We want a can- i ttidese wbo will "vacillate" into be Presidential ofEce, and "vacillate" old Lincoln out Al for hie oaiafp aeed aa a cat t paw for ''bad and eoaifninf -taen,' is imagine thai a tsi's paw, in anj hands, outside ef the abolition fboall, will etill be an' rniproremantf on the deril'i cloven booft in tde hands of the devil! City and Other Matters. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE Last Night's Dispatches. Wheeler, Forrest and Roddy—A Fight in Prospect. I.ODisriLLR, Sept, 1 Fifteen guerrillas, under Billy McGreuder, are reported to have thrown tbe engine off the track of the Leba non Branch railroad tnis afternoon, tix miles from New Haven. They hnrned the express and baggage cars, robbed trie passengers, and left in the direction of Rardstown. Captain Jeseia'e gang of L'UO guerrillas re turned tliit forenoon from a raid to the Ohio river and encamped four miles from New Cas tie. The inhabitants of that town have mo mentary apprehension of an attack. Passengers from Nashville ssy Wheeler, Forrest and Roddy are engaged tearing ap the track ot the Great Western H R between Nashville and the Tennessee river. The Nashville Union tays Gen. Rousseau has made such a disposition of his force that these rebel commands cannot injure the rail road ; and that he hat gone out to give Wheel er battle. General Rousseau after the Rebels in Tennessee. Loutsvit.M, Sept 1 A rebel force eatima ted at ten thousand men, with twelve guns, were within seventeen miles of Nashville, on the Murfreesboro pike, at daylight tbit morn ing. Major-General Rnutseau, with a body of cavalry and infantry marched yesterday after noon, and met the enemy t advance early this morning. A sharp skirmish ensued with va rying success. At lust accounts General Rousseua bad driven the rebels three miles toward Murfrees boro. Messengers from the advance report that Wheeler's whole force is between this city and Murfreesboro. There is also a considerable force of rebels at Lebano.i. A number of prisoners, and nine woupded have been sent in from Rousseau't front. Washington Gossip. Washimoton, Sept. 1. John J. Weed, of Illinois, has been appointed Assistant Solici tor ot the Court ot Claims vice McPher- son ' a i. . Three regiments, composed of the employes in tbe Quartermaster's Department in Alex andria, have been organized, and the officers commissioned. THE GREELEY KIRKE JAQUES PEACE NEGOTIATION. The National Republican of to-day sayt: " We ere authorized and rrqnealed to an nounce, notwithstanding all Hint hat been written and laid on the subject, that nei'her Mr, Gillmore nor Colonel Jaquet on tbe one hand, nor Mr. Greeley en the other, have ever been, nor are now, authorized to express any desires, views, or opinions of the President of the United 8tats, either in Canada or Rich mond, nn theinhject of negotiations for peace, beyond what be had plainiy and carefully writ ten over his own signature; that the mission to Richmond wat miti ted and executed by Messrs. Gilmore and Jeques, on their own private account. They had no authority to speak directly or indirectly for the President of the United State ; officially or unofficially i or for Abraham Lincoln unofficially or pri vately. If Mr. Benjamin's sayings of there port of Mr. Gilmoie and Col Jaqnea, while tbey were in Richmond are correct, they as sumed a responsibility not given to them, and made statements wholly untrue. Indeed, while on the subject, it is proper to state that the President, after repeated solic tutious, consented to give Gilmore and Jaquaa a pass through nur military lines. Ho did not re quest General Grant to open a correspondence with Lee, to give them safe conduct to Rich mond and return ; Genarsl Grant did that up on his own fespooeibility.; President Lin coln's request wat that General Grant would post them through hit military lines, nothing more" From Mexico. New Yona, Sptember 1. By an arrival to day from New Orleans, we have interesting intelligence from Mexico. Juarex had left the country, it was rumored, for the United States This report appears thh more proba ble at bit family had arrived in New Orleans by the steamer Clinton, from Braaos Saotia go. A new Orleans French paper tayt that Juarez himself had left Mexico, and at the date of wriuutr, Angust 2 tih, wat on a vessel in the MiasisiMi River. He would be detain ed by a ten duye quarantine. The Emperor Maximillian ia pursuing a conciliatory policy, tod is trying to obta n the adhesion of the prominent men of all parties, lie bad left the capital fcr Guadaljara, hoping to win over to his cause the Juraist chiefs there, who, it was rumored, were dissatisfied. He bad again urged Santa Anna to come to Mexieo. The , , , , . nt la annmntmanf mHha Muvimillian aitioa , -ii he can., to Mexico are , he selection, of Al - mont. a. Marshal of the Police and of - mine ri M.nitter. Ilrago ,. daily expected, biiu win uj uruvr vi me tiuparur, u i fcrrattru as become! his rank as a general of a Divis ion. . . Tbe French aud Imperialist troops are marching simultaneously against New Leon, Coal in la and Tamaullpas It is expeoted that Montrey and Matamoraa will soon be attacked In pursuance of hie conciliatory policy, the Km peror has issued a circular forbidding thn use, in official documents, or by the newspa- ners, of odious or irritating threats, as applied to those Mexicans, who are still holding out tagaiust the Emperor. , ! 1 ; : i I Explosion of a Locomotive. t teie, a , September!. A shocking acci- dent occurred oo tbe P. & E. R. R , yester- dlT morning. A engine left ibis city to bring p an extra train, and when about three miles Kan..J TTn;nn Q . .. ; . L. . v...:l.. I..J.. I vrjwitu miuii uwimu, iu. uwnrr veyiuueu, t tearing the engine to pieces and demolishing the track for twenty rodi. Tbe engineer, fireman, brakesman, aud a stranger named of Cbetaqua county, were killed. .. , 1,1 an . Committee of Notification. CniCAfio, September 1 Governor Sermoer j chairman of the ooramiuee appointed to no- my wcviviinii ui ma nuwuimiiia. ueuerai wi'ixaii ui vuiu "ii . un uuNuaiiiiBa. , Grant at Old Point. E kJ" -.. C.a 1 - t 1 . riuiT nuiuui, Drp.awwrr i. -L.ipni)nant Ormnt rnvia At Old i'oiit, tvt 3.30 P. M , from City Point, od ih$ ate mar Grtyy- SPoiid. " . . . , ' MORNING REPORT. From Grant's Army—What Farragu has accomplished. -'h" Arinjro lh 1oiobuo b" Niw Yohi, Sept 2 The Herald's oorres- The canal at Dutch Gap will soon be in readiness for use. 1 he First New York Mounted RiHet have re-enlisted for three years more. A mysterious looking and lo all appear ances a formidable craft has been discovered lying in one of the creeks emptying into the Jsrnei river. She appears to be waiting for some of the monitors to pass up the James, when she will run out and cut off their retreat. The rebels are erecting latteries to com mand the positions at I'litch Gap. The rank and file of the rebel army being under the impression that if they desert they will be placed in thn front ranks, the General has issued nn order that those who voluntari ly coma within our lines, ahull have trnnspnr latinn to their homes, if within our lines, or to any point north they may chose. This or der is to be circulated in the enemy's camp, The Herald's Mobile correspondent says. On the morning of the 23d, Captain Tayior: bearing a white flag, and accompanied by 40 men, marched out of Fort Morgan carrying a small sail boat with the intention ot going to the flag ship, three or four miles distant, with a nole Irom Gen Page proposing to surrender. A check was put upon this by Gen Bailey, who said the army and navy were near, and as his artillery commanded Fort Morgan, and his infantry every foot of Mobile Point out tide the fort, he would not permit a boat's crew lo past off from shore on any pretence whatever. Soon after 0n Granger arrived, and the note to Admiral Farragut was taken by him, seying he would communicate ita contents to the Admiral. In a short time a demand for an uncondi tional surrender was made and granted. The result of the victory at Mobile uiuy be summed up thus: It compelled the evacuation of Fort Powell, the surrender of Fort Gaines, and almost destroyed and compelled the sur render of Fort Morgn", I-' v'nfnr" otnidored the strongest tortiticatiuu hi tho United Steles. We have taken 1,500 prisoners, 100 pieces of cannon and a vast quantity of small arms and munitions of war; also prov'sions enough to feed the garrison for six months We have captured and have ready lor use the ram Tennessee, the strongest war vessel afloat, also several other war vessels, and have penned up at least three liii;.'li;h block ade runners. All this has cost the army one uiun killed and six wounded, and in the navy the loss of tbe Teouraseh and part of her crew, and very few casnnltles to the other ships. The Herald's Waihington speciul says, that the 8th Illinois cavalry have just returned from a scout to Upperville, Ashtiy's (lap and Snicker's Gap. They bad orders from Slieridm to arrest all able bodied men betweeu 18 and GO ; accord ingly 32 such men were brought in, including a few of Mnseby's men. The party destroyed 70,000 pounds of wool, and recaptured 1,000 pounds of cotton yarn, they also secured 300 Lories, some of which belonged to Moseby't men. They could not get a fight out of Mone by although he is reported to have fi(l(l men and 6 piecet of artillery. From the Valley. New York, Spt. 2. The Herald's corres pondent with Averlll's cavalry, of thn 1st, says, it was reported that it was Rhodes' corps et reset inlanlry, together with Vaughn s cav alry, tba' attacked Gen. Averill'a divisiou at Martintburg yesterday afternoon. Tbey ap parenlly hoped to surprise Averill, but failed. Early was at Winchester last night, and the hasty retreat of Rhodes' corps this morning, indicates that tbe rebels have important rea eons for moving np the valley. The rebels lost both time and men by this last operation. Inn morning Ueneral Averill again attacked the enemy with a portion of his cavalry and driving the rebels out ot Alartinsnurg and oc cupying the town, and continuing the pursuit to a point tour miles Irom w incuester, LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. From Petersburg and Mobile. Wssbinoton, Sept. 2. The last informa tion from the Army of the Potomac it that all was quiet yesterday. A nam tier ot shells were thrown into Pe tersburg from the monster 15 inch mortar, to deter the rebels from firii g on our picket!, and seems to have had the desired effect. The Navy Department has received official dispatches from rarragut. It appears that the rebel tieneral Page en deavored to obtain more favorable terms, hut was obliged surrender rort Morgan uncondi tionally r arragut states that be has reason to be lieve that most of the guns were spiked and . ' . ' kum .a,i.wara hiu.uui, i . r u i u bi in i u c .. ..e . ' J whit nag hail been raised. It was also dis Uen y d of hi, ffi. C(,r, h.d D0 ,wordl 0 (jHife 4od .., brokB ta,ad. The Fight on Knife River. St. Louis, September 2 The Sioux City Iowa Register of the 27 ult., sayt : Mr. Sell of the Quartermaster Department has jest arrived from Fort Union, reports a battle occurred between General Sullv s com mand and about 6,000 Indian! near Rife Riv. er on July 25th, in which the latter was de- feated with a loss of 120 Our loss was five killed and twenty wounded. - Foreign News—Abraham and Egypt. jusivii The British custom authorities have issued an oraler thai no ship of war of either of the American bel:gerenis shall be alloWed to en Parker, ter any Engl eh port for the purpose of being dismantled and anld . UiLlfsx, Sept. 1 The steamer Hecla'i from Liverpool 2JJ, aoj Queenstown the 24th, arrived here. Tbe difficulties between the Egyptian gov- ernment and the United States, has been ad : i I . i k-aeonl.. Ana- 94 .P,, t ...! braadtiuAa maai .! jii . duce quiet and steady; Consnli ft., 89 for money ; Illinois scarce 46a4b ; Erie 41 at 3. Buffalo Market. At demand; wbaat 6c. halltr; mixad Mil Ovnarml wa.uk at And Chicbfo No. 3 apnn-r, 2 15; corn firm nd iu fair tletnAnd; oata J8o. j vhiekr .H i.SOotTerwd. 81(81 Aakad. Reri.i n S. 9 .a,j 1... r . .m.-..a Jntt PublishedBiographical ffiem-cir of Clement I. Yallandifham by hit j Brother A handsomely printed pamphlet ot 64 octavo pages. This is a document of I unusual value and Interi it ; entirely authto- tio and reliable. Every statement ia it per gonal or otherwise cat be stnotly verified. The work is wanted everywhere, immediately by hundreds of thousands. Price delivered 'ii centi. Country dealert can be supplied through the channels by which they receive their New York nspert, and' at oar lowest wholesale price. Tbe commissions charged by the Newt Companies being paid by us. Every editor wbo is disposed to aid in giv ing this pamphlet a wide circulation it invited to insert this advertisement and draw on at for copies of the Memoir to the amount of hit bill, to be tent in a package ordered by any one in his vicinity. Walter ft Co, Publish ers of "Books for the Times" 4c No. 19 City Hall Square, New York August 1, 1854, Aug. .'itb, 1801. dlf. COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. DAYTON, September 2. H ARSHMAN'S FLOUR Red wheat, wholesale $11 00. Retail $11 60. NEW WHEAT $1 70. Old $176. CORN 115 OATS 70. RYE 1 45ffil 60. BARLEY 1 20. Teas $2 5o2 oo. COFFEE 58Te60c. SUGAR 30 COFFEE SUGAR 33S)SSo per lb. HARD REFINED SUGAR 87 frc per ft. MOLA6SES tl 35140 per gal.: KICK 20c per lb. LARD 18ffl20. Hin'TKR 4tl(iu60 CHEKSK le20. 8TARCH-21ic per lb. SOAPS 20c per ft. DRIED PEACHES 2522. DRIED APPLES 1620. BEANS Per bushel f 2 603 00. EGGS 18 per doz. TOHACCO-90ft7)$U0 per ft. SHOT $! 00 per lack. LEAD 2fo per lb. POTATOES. 12 60 per bush. HAY Timothy 222!1 per ton. WHISKY t 80. TOMATOES $3 60 per bnsh. New York Market. Nkiv York, Sept. 2. Cotton steady 1 P5; flour fifteen or thirty cents better; 10 60(5) 10 65 ex-Slate: lfl'.r0 round hnon Ohio- wheat 2(7r4c. better; 2 23iaS2 34 Chicaeo Spring; 2 24(2 35 Milwaukee Club; 2 38 I 41 winter red; corn lc. higher, 62(364 mix ed: AO unsound: nata a shade Erm.V 9431. S3 western; pork a ehade firmer en I more active, 39 00(339 60; meet 4100(5)4160; lard firmer. '2&i: tiatrnlanm nnnln.l. Rl crude; 86 refined bond; 89 free. New York Stock Markets. Nr.w York, Sept. 2, Slock weak; Gold, after boai.l, 2 64; V. 8. 6'a '81 coupons 7 , T-30's 112; one year certificate! 93; N. Y. Central 29; Erie 1 09; Reading 33: C. B. i Q 1 27. New Advertisements. Farmers & Mechanics Hotel. NKW ARRANGEMENT. WAONEB Sc SHIRK (U(VM.iOt TO KMSiaLC HTftlOelbU) 1 1 AVE t.k'n thi old and tv.pn.fir Kotol m Rtvond II, Nirvitt, iyma, aod hop by thnr wivotmn to biif-in-) to mm two th wl.rai rom1"" ot thi 1 tie M-rcicM oi Mr. H-nry Tottw, o mdlr kuown. hr bjn rUiD(i an iUn k. 1h iiAirnuNgeof ua foruiwr fripodiiia oonftd-ntljr Dissolution of Co-Fartnershlp. TBI partasrsrup heretorore esistias under the firm of Hrat.ne a Nixon. In tha Ulothmv huatn.. ill-solved D mulal oonstat a tha iuth Oar of august iit. v.. aiaane Is suthorlied to settle theoDlilrsof uie lata nrm. w. e. H 'SKliK, A. g. MXaM. K AVINO Uaia day Purfhuad tba auira lotaraat of nixoain m nrm or Bra da m niiud. i !l ooatinna to carrr Oath Wboln. aad Atall Olothlnit I-ummhi, Hadnn alaiga atouk of olotluna on hand,piirohaed brortfitrtwt adraoa, I aftaU i7nrr.'iuniitj:if.arr tnao oj i(0r nouaa D town. HmhiTiK lo rfMitoa my t-( ftaaoa thareaaoo of mj off nnn my good ucftnp. 1 am aailiof riota hlark ( from 9 ft oft to fin no FaU'- naHSimrra auU from ft (Kt to IQ W Hull uoti mnrr raint pania trom Kiutpih 'at from Kin oaft.nira coaut from l-'irn Muit.iut coat irom H A Urn mock o( ovatooain irotn...H 1 to to 7 on 14 U) to ti 0"t into to) w 4 60 to l 00 t tH) to OU Hoyn'rlmhtng, of aiiprior rla, whtoki oaonotba iiiriMi.iadinthrCaator Waal. A iaraa ato'k ol bo' ca)a ovaroiAta, wtibtib 1 am orVrtug eirvaatltnty low. AUoal 'ftm uvk of plana goou, whtoh waia aur-cha-Mt betor tbraur1uo rieM, wbicb 1 will aWl lo, com ptrad with praaeiu prKaa of (oo4a piiirhKaail Wli-rfnii. w u. HKKiNK, aug'M No. M Malnat.,oppoaita tbaUourt Houaa. LOST CERTIFICATE. A LL paraon arabcrabr vajrnad aaratnat Durohaa 10c a .rtiQAt of do pom L slraa in tavar of A Ion 0' thta clly. cartltaia twi dnt of apni ia, tau, ia uu i.twrad i,Je7,auraJI fortluu.uu. SariDK loi tha tan,, tad a.tutimi tha hank al tha la-t, u will ft t La ptttd 01 oour, and will ibarafora I daad loa Ui (ha pun.-ha-r. aul)I tmiui PANItL F. JOHN. LIIKTPOCKKT BOOK. r(WT on tha ( ld Troy road . halwaan Toltc-Ua Ko'a. J on and two. an aid leaa(hr Fnrkfi Huok. an. tamiutfbeiwan fifty aad mxij Dolaratn mnoaira an'i on a du6nl ot lan Dniura. Mianad bv Pvtutr Martc and iaraMa fo t'ta aiilMonbar. A raaaonaaa ranl will ithl for tha tokt Uok If Lstal aU ,ha SmpTf rtk, or at my raailn NOTIOa. TUR ond raifnrvl baa ban duly ftppottwad Ad mlnUtrwtor of iha aat ta f John ohaJUharHnr, lata of 1 he city o Dai ton. MontuotuarT oauatv. uLio. lvsiMMt. All raraoni ittdhta-d to tba aatata ura raiuaa a1 to maka iiiimauiata pavmant; and tboaa havinif .'laim air t) nut it, will prant tbaa. dulv auLUQtU'td totua umtritlgnad for ailowuca. uattom, Align aa iaaa. auam anViaK. au.a-j.iajw STRAY COLT. STRAY Rnrrom tha ati'aarnbar. living In Van Btten aowaohtp, tbraa niHaa lYom Uavtun, a tha ! mi a bm wii'Minitioa uiaa, a a rrai Mara uott, wito a btiahy manei, kaotiad ani full of bura, a whua atiin tu tha forahaail, aund one ot ita hind f-at wblta. A lliiaral raward wtllt ba pad tor infnrntatlan ausft-rt.wAwttt JuttM F A UV ami nerlertlr. will p'. am, lese order at IrtTtR riKLO OtlNE'l M VK ANU tAftU, Tt, euniar of Ihud oad aUia airaaU. I. BVICKtKT, SEWINGJCH00L. UBdtriftrTitd ta plaa-ura la nhAatvUojt to thu fnDJa and Uia put-tic of UAYTvF, that lb ilopab 8KW1NO SCHOOL inthnSohool Koona oproaito tba 8t. Joaapba Caiho- iia C-hurub. Avat Vacaod atraat. On TUESDAY, A u frost 30th, 1164. 1 nay fOTlta all who wlb to mn ftw.njc. Rnitt'04, CrochftJua;, Killrxiliaruix. HiaUio;, EmbroidarltJ and ail ftthar aVioda oi 4aaiivwork, to aiT'tbam a oaii. Tha ragultr boura will be on Tnaad yuand Thura- daa, froui ft to 0'a.ook K M.,ana vuHaiurdayn from S t -S oVIouk A. M. Tartna Cta. par DJivrn, w tm raiu iu auvaaoa, i'vn't krnt tha pl:a, Kaat fiaooo4 atraat, batwaaa Madiaoo and nanra iir-.ta MmaealaMMA A HUII1U DACMT'ARK.. Ufr33-lwd J.tHolutlon of ioirtnvriitaip. fllRE partnamhlp brttofo'ajit"(tngimt"r tha flrwi X f rw us Ditto, MAit A Vo . in Alt .toy Hunn atuJ9uAsi Lytun, b. waa aiaaolrad oy mu utl t oncau., rn tha Kth day of Autjuat, 1&4. All parnn knoxinK t unt-alT' tadahttd to aajd Qrm, ma f-quapiad to oall and aatUa, and ail bavin k allma aeaJ.tit th firm will prnt lham for paymant lmn.adiaii-1)-. 'I ha booka will l. found at tha o,- of lUN'V fEKMkMNO A (ON, No. ft. KantoB niraaitWhara lunat ttia acounta a ill ba aaitlad. U KNKY FKHNRU1NU, UKOH'.K MA(J K, ANDREW MA (Jill. IMyloti. Auuatl?, Ititvft. auglt lmd IVew Flour and Feed More. TH R uniiaraifnad haa ttai day antrad Into Co PaniiarHb p, under the firm of MAtaa A QatvMa, f.r tba piirDona u4 oDduunif ft Flour and Feed Store, And have lee-iad a pert of tbe Pteo Warehouse, re really erei Ud by Tbotnaa hroirn, Kan.., oo T'! ffas, lotmedialeijr WmI vf lb ftmnl, tiare will ba kenl at all times, a lull aiine t ef the tMt brandt of AhMly fum, Ufa-Hint , SSa.ts, 4srwn n., SrulliHu. Oota, St ail ortiara ,.ranipUy flLifd, and rlvur aad eeao aenverea irwe ieaa ban ui ina njr. ANtiKEW MAt'SE. UKKMaN 0. RUES. Dayton, August IT, IfSa. sualt laad NEW MILLING FIRM. niRK underslirhad hava Llila daT aatarad Into Co I. Pa tn.r-iiu under the firm ol Vsasauise a atavse lor Ilia nMrKaa ol (tarrying ou us MILLIMQ 33 "O" SI 1ST ESS, AT THE " HYDRAULIC MILLS" ON THE UPPER HYDRAULIC, IbrmaHy owoed nod. owuplad by ElCliELHEROKR k BROTHER. Wham tha will ba alad to aaa all thalroldmintnmara. an i a many naw on.a aa may laror them witb tbair cuMiom. Tha hidhast Markat prlAa will at all Umai,;bft paid lor Wheat dtln trt't at th Ml i HKNKV riRNFniNO, LCOHUK MAUa-v. Dnyaotit August 15, ltu4. augll-Und LESNER & BROT 10 OIAIN ITHIBT, OPPOSITE PHILLIPS HOUSE, RH.IPBOTrtJI.lT call the attention ot tbe Trade lo their Largn btouk of XAEXST'S Sc BOYS' OLOTHIN G ! Which it Entirely Jftu A Elegant! ara,'ViTa ns a osll, and yen will nod tbe Goods deal, abtt., and the fnoes all right. LISSN'ia k BtO., Jnne I, ISst-dsm I IK Mais Mtraat. VAN BUREN HOTEL. ON THE LEBANON PIKE, JACOB ALTIIER, PROP'R, 'I'sHIB Houie, (.Ituata3 miles south of barton, oa I tbe Itehenon rise,) la nrenatad to b-iooitisqo- datscu-tomara iu Ike most sail. Uc lory tnaaoer Jun It, isst. dHea CLOTHIER: Third Door Eatt fit tba Central Bank, THIRD HTRIKT, TTAt fust reealred a Large and Well a a ntoua oi Spring and Summer Goods. Call at lha old sod well eatabU.bed Bouse, -BION OF Tb California Clothlny Store. JimaTUi, lft, dAwem JOHN BETTELON. Wboleiale Sealer la Foreign & Domestic Liquors! No. S6S Third Street, DAYTON. OHIO: JBKPaON flAND a Large aod Aaaarted Wuaotlly Bourbon, Bye, and Other Whiskies. I RANDY, OIN, RUM, BITTERS, AC. June .rt A lee, a Larue Sioak of Qani.-V GEO. W.MALAMBHE. Attorney at Law, D4YTOX. OUIO. e-OrlB OaM.laSlr'al. aaarla .milaih. Oourt House. .lmieTih. ISM dll Two Section Ladder. A soon thins; for every man thst eons a house, and for ery farmer. I lia? are too ladders ol eou.auia tlanrth ftr a-earal use and al baloinro oaihar lo nitka a tt, i nr -m toei la.l.r. a suod house ran r aar4 from iHiiniot ly h.f ins a lal.iar tarima loraaoh the roof, lail at K, at, Urat uttM. amm imd t j. u. HALaLkc r. Huston Ilall for Beat. , TUI bast Ball la tha euy-eill seat oeo thoiuaad uoraoos apelj lo JD bl aula. ho. km Third street, Maatoo mniisa Mi4-tft-o ' Millinery. j I 1 ' j I 1864. FALL. 18G4. TO WHOLESALE DUYERS. B are now reoatTlng a large sssortmei.: ( BIBBONS, BONNETS, HATH, F10WKR!, AND hll,K8, In nut eTarrtain In the Millinery line In Fall svl Wiatar styles. LaVOS iHJ. at and K Pearl stn el IIKVOC CO., 83 A M PBABL BT , wanLtaALS nulla erf- Omv!i I Otoaas 1 8ats CLOAKS. We are now manutartuhng: our new styles o' 'losks . in tbis da arttu nt will to luund tha Jnu't wnivlete asNortsuaat ia ibis harket. 8HAWLS. A full assortment la ell desirable makes. DEVOU dc CO. 83 aud 8f Pearl atieet. A FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. A beer Stephens, 1 Nn CM4, st si j ntarieeT Cotu-t. Jacob 0. Kajrlar at al ) PURSUANT to a danree or tha Supanor Oourt ol Hortianmatf oouutv. Ohio, entered in tha adrj.d oanaa, .tita Juna Tarm. A. U. 1804, 1 will, on 8urdaii, Smpttmttr MfA, l8tM, at tha door of tha noun llnaaa. in tha our of HaVun, in aaid oounty, batai. tha boura ot two and fuir o'clock P M. af ra.td day, nail at i uLlio outrry to U.a bigbaat bt'ldar, tba folio I u JaaortbtMi prvmlfan: art of tba north half of laouuo nuniUr agkttaan OA), towoohip number threa (aj, and rana nun bar lva (6), batwaan tha Miami nrara in Mootftinta y aonnty, Ohio. baKmninn at lha halt aavtim. ruinar tha wat lint1 of aald iwoiion ; ti-M.ni north 1 v nmt aighty-tao () po'aa to aoo-iitr, thare aotith at" aa t two huiiurail and ftf y two anil thitty-Pia hun dredtha (SF.rf3U lt-0) poian to a on ner; tht itra aunth 16' at aiwhty -lwo and kriy aihtb biuidrf th (ifi 4f liV)polTa to a c-rnrr ; t,. mv north 14 6ft' a st two huodirdand Any-our and lorty bun)ra -tba 4U-1U0) poles tu tna plaoa of twriinniiii, oontain tg ona hnndrrvl an tw-ri(y nine and aevnty una buz. dradtlta crr. timid Farm ta at-aut two tnila aaul of rantrcrllU, baa upon it a dwvlhnjr,, two log twbin". a frame tauant hinas, lara ontiKrd, and about Auatn ivraa ol Tlmtser A pp railed at $ftC 00 an tvre. Mayarit for tST M AO aura. UJCO. W . W a la ftiBK K, Ma-itr OotuniiDalonar. T. F. Taamsara A N. E. Joauaa, AU'ys. aUjp41IHHdawta. BOOTS AND SHOES Alt Wholesale and Retail. FERNEDINO, HILQEFORT 4 CO., Ho. 821, corner of Main and Second street. w ISH to inform tha public that they Menu artur lot of EASTERN "W O R K lb thatr Una of t'UeittaM. abih thay ofier for eaia on tarroa aa Iowa) aau. b hai in th mty horn mda work alwuya on haui Which will ba eoldeihrei WroliMuiia oi tul. Kb-KNEblNti, UlLUbFORT i Co., No. 321, corner of Maid and 2d Sireem. auslT-Uw.Jlat Clothing. Clothing, Clothing! THE LARGEST STOCK Of Cloths And Oassimeres IN THE CITY OF DAYTON! FINKE & LEOLER, OUtkmg Hall. No. 307 Second Strut, Dayton, Ohio, art note lUctiring a Lory Supply of Spring anJ Summer Ouodt, Ooraprialnf all he Latest d'rtes of Hltr-k ond Cat- Orad clothaY-taoh, OB V aiid Flaiu Uaaimcrra: lilk, Bans. SFATaaillas. and other A. tttyta ul Vedbnaa. for Cui-tou t'roars. A evsrpiaia one ol KUtA-l.-iHlMa uo.iUo, aiHl the Laraaat aud rle-u StocS of Knaar-Msvd Clolhlr.it To ba found ia aor Uouae In tha City. Fluke a Lee larareAgaau lur 8INOEH CO.'S SEWINO MACHINES, Tru beat Mablna for all prao-taal purpoiaa in th tainlly. aodor ehpa,aer inant(t and Infrodui'.d m Uta coutitxy Mubay oanb a ma-ie l,j t !n.t cm June t, iiat-a rini a a a nm.i.w St. Mnry's Academy. Haoond Street, Datyton Ohl. IKDKK Tfll DTRttdlOS nr THE MoTEBB Of IHAtilTTa rpU TB aeaulevmy haa hab aetaHijhcd btit a Caw aaar. X ot within th.t brief p liod It ha brvn wll patron-a -a uy an oanminaiHiD rareru anc guraj fauit rutT rai aMnure-d thai al that i an fouttn.it to tbe haauth and anortof thoaa eoba.led U tba care ol thHirara H b niott acrupuicu-ty anaouad t. wbkUt at ih eama tlm thy a ill andt-avor o I.W11 into tba twnda f thtr pupia uia anttoipia nf iattn iob ad virtue, which K'n can raoor a-JutaUua piu AtaMa aud u(uJ in aar htw. The aaiariKfn 'ui rni. tha ft rat Monday n Aap tsMnbar.and tartniuai tha laat t .iiiraday in Juna. TatHAtS. Board. Tuition, tfarludintf wuhinf and man4 ma .ba.. rr aiieauia ifSsntntal in auvaat.) Fvtvno fajbd uat4 liairuinant pr h.i auai. Otiitar M ' ' ' frnmch " tra aharaw lor tbeaa wbo paaa tha Taoauoo at ftta AasdfoHiv. HrOA ho rHiiMiMu(r abaaooa, atu-ai-t tncaaeof alokn4M. For rarthatr pvruuui apply tu Uie I irao ra m Aaadamy. abupS iMmamIw J. Sc B. BOHUTTE, DCAI.rftA IN- BOOTS AND SHOES. A food Raaav-Maes Bieok alwara ea haad. CUSTOM WOKK v Or the best quality Msi.'e to Order. . lit, lala-st., eeeoad doarfrtiai Ike Market Jlajloa, o.