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City and Other Matters. BaJOo to John W, Pnrsl'a, corner Seiond and .Ic-ITerson streets for your Fall and Win ter Dress (itmils; also, Cloaks, Shawls, Cur pels, Ac , just received, dtf. Wanted One hundred dollars per month for ten unlive Agents, full at the OHire of tl a Phillip's Home. .lis. Smith. Fruit Treee, Shrubbery, &o. Now ia the bent eeason of 1 ho year for transplanting;, and ,all who )air fruit trij aqdlirnbliery ahonld malie :arail;kf 'it (tor,;; Hj corner of First and Ludlow street, Dayton, ia connected with many of the hen! nurseries, and is pre pared to till ell orders in the above line, (live him a call. Oct? .Iwd. New Meat and Provision Store. M. Stockert, at his (tend on Market street, north aide, a few doors west of Jefferson, is daily supplied with Iteef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Snusajre, Potatoes, Cabbage, Ucans, F.ggi.&fl., Ao., all fresh and of lbs best quality. His old friends and customers, and the public, are iaviled to give bint a call. Innoh at the Goodwill Houte Saloon. Josh Phki.as will set on of his choicest Lunches to morrow morning at 10 o'clock, at bis Saloon in the Goodwin House. Those who are acquainted with Josh's style will not fail to be with him at the appointed hour. . One Good Turn Desorve Another- " 1.8 et year Indiana sent her lllsrk Republican hordes to Ohio In aid In the election of Hrough This year Ohio pipe-lays Indiaoa to elect the base and infamous Morton. Illinois Colonizing Indiana We we,re assured some days bnfore the election that large numbers of lilack Republican voters were leaving Chicago, and others parts of Illi nois for Indiana. Our informant was thor oughly advised, and is every way reliable. " Large Market. The Market, this morn ing was unusually lar;;e and varied, and not withstanding the lute upward tendency ol gold, a decline in the prices ol sundry pro ducts was a noticeable fact. Truth and Poetry Mib-s O'Rsiley, an abolition war poet, mukeB the following truth ful confeusiou us to the character which the war has assumed :-; " "" ' " Tm uow too Isle to ijiiailtfn , l Wlul brought the war about ! ' 'A.i a thing uf pride iJ pt tiua, Auil He menu lu light ll ml." That is to my, it is too late to ask any questions about the causes or cousequeuc of the war; it has become a matter of pride aud of passion with ns to Uejlruy our brethren of the South, and we are goin to do it at all hazards. c- Notice. John R. aud Keubeu Welfreyi supposed to be in Loguti county, Ohio, are notified thut their futher is now six miles north of Oaytou, on the Covington pike, and would like to see thcin immediutcly. ltw StafWa call the eepecial attention of our readers to the 'professional Card of l'r. J. Wise, in another column. He treats all "respiratory diseases" by medical inhalation. His specialties am diseases of the Kye, Kar, Heart, Throat and Lungs. Turtle Soup. Tomorrow moruiug, at haif past nine o clock, John Qcuguugle, corner of Fifth aud Lad low atresta, will set a superb luueh and turtle-soup. If it eeemeth good to you, be ou bands. fCtrThe mau who having been known and cooBded in aa a Demoerat, and who, under these circumstances, joins the loyal league or S. B'l., and becomes a spy and informer up on hie friends, is too mean to be entitled to live among honorable men. For such we have no sympathy whatever, no matter what betidea them, aud the sooner that all such are informed that they are appreciated, and no" titled that they are known and despised, the better it will be for society. Such men are the very worst possible public enemies, aud where they are permitted to ply their TOcation, that confidence is lost which should exist between men, and without which social intercourse, And human friendship is necessa rily at an end. Let every fhan vote aa he pleases but let no man so utterly lorget bitu elf aa to come dowu to the low, mean, degra ding level of a political spy. -- - The town clock on 3d street, at a veiy late hour last night very late indeed (truck 45. Whether it was aiiuply ''on a strike," or whether it was trying to outstrip the telegraph at lying, muit be left to cou jecture. This clock ought to be vatihed. The guerrillas are having it pretty much tbeir own way iu Sheridan's rear. The par lioulara of the capture by Moseby of an express train on the 1). k O. K. K , will be found in our telegraph column: Two hundred thou sand dollars in greenbacks comprise a part of hie booty. 1 ' ' Our afternoon dispatches are very brief aud uninteresting. Q buy threw no light on either the political or military situation. . . We call attention In. the letter of Vice Preaideut Slephena, which appears elsewhere in our paper today. Wj regret (Oiir iuabil ity to"presult' it''eutlr to' our'reailera'. " We may do ao hereafter. I Pure Sweet Cider FRESH FROM THE PRESS EVERY DAY AT I, I, Gi.lilni.d'8 , Ma. , Market Itveet. Ho lias put up aciilnrpresK, and is mak ing cider expiemily for Family use, which lie hcIIk by the quart or larger quantities. cM'MS-lmit Jott Published Bioffraphioal Hem oir ofCIement L. Vallandigham by his Brother. A handsomely printed pamphlet ol 0( octavo pages. This is a document o unusual value aud inten at : ontirely authun tic and reliable. Kvery statement in it ne aunal nrnthnrwlae can he strictly verified. Th work ia wanted everywhere, immediately by hundreds of thousands. Price delivered 25 cents. Country dealers can be supplied through the channels by which they receive their Ne York papers, and at our lowest wholeaal price. The commissions charged by the New Companies being paid by us. Kvery editor who is disposed to aid in giV' ing this pamphlet a wide circulation is invited to insert this advertisement and draw on for copies of the Memoir to the amount of his hill, to be sent in a package ordered by an one in his vicinity. Wii.tkr A Co , Publish ers of "Hooks for the Times" &c. No. 19 City unit miiiare, New torn August 1, 1HI.4. Aug. 5th, 186-1. ' dtf. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE Last Night's Dispatches. Maryland Election. Baltimore, Oct. 14. The returns of th constitutional vote are very incomplete. Add ing the expected majorities to those already received, .there appears to be a majority of iiOU against the new Constitution. It is though the boMiits vote will reverse this resnlt J he facts cannot be known until to morrow Maryland Election. Rumored Removal of warren and Meade —Vote of Pennsylvania Regiments. New YoRk, October 14 Gold closed at S o'clock at 214. The Commercial says the gamblers on Wall street have been running gold opto day, with a story that Uranl La removed both alead and Warren Irom their commands. This is pure fabrication, started from Washington wliirh appears in the Independent and C'iti ciiinati liazette. When ibe authors of these reports say that General Grant is dissatisfied with Meade and Warren, they state that which is .untrue. Did pwednem it best to publish the substance of a conversation with tieneral Urant, last woek, the people would readily understand who he hlaiiK s in connection with the movements on the .1 nines. That a removal of somebody will soon take place ib very probable. Nkw Yoki, October 14. A apecial to the Commercial Irom Washington I4tb aaya. Stanton has received returns from twentv four Pennsylvania regiments, which give 3,' lull Union and out) Democrats. Maryland Election. Hai.timokk, October 14. Keturna from the constitutional election come iu slow, and the result in doubtful. Thefriends of emancipa tinn think it will be adopted by a small major ly, unlt-H (be sluveholuing counties give tuan are TRAIN ROBBERY. A party of guerrillas captured the west ward bound train up the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, lust incut, robbed the train and burned the cars. No further particulars have been received. A Union Majority in Philadelphia, PHti.iDKLrHiA, October 14. The official Union majority in this city ia 7341. In the 5th Congresssioual District Thayer (Union) lias 3 in majority, with lianks to bear trom. Heavy Robbery of $22,000 at Grafton. IUi.TiMoR, October 14 The office of Ad ams k Co'a Kxpresa at Crafton, Va , was rob bed on Wednesday night, Mb. containing notes ot the f irat National bank ot fittsburg, of denominntiona of twentiea. The notea were uncut, in sheets of four notea to each sheet, there being two hundred sheets (lib, 000.) beaidea this several small puc kages were tak en, containing (GOO The public are warned against receiving any ol these notea. ray niunt has been stopped at the bauk. A da scripliou uf them in detail baa been iasued and sent forward. A Little Expedition. new 1 ori, October 14. On tbo morning of the 6ih, a party ot seventy men from the reoel ram Albemarle, came down in a tauncn with the intention ot capturing the dispatch boat plying between the Federal fleet in Al bemarle Sound and Roanoke Island, and also iuteuding to blow up the powder schooner ly ing close by, but our forces bearing of the plan frustrated tbom. ihey, however, sun- needed in destroying the Choctaw Light nonse, situated H miles north of Koanoka 1 laud, in Chuclaw Sound, aud taking the light keeper and wile prisoners. Gold closed at 2l5i. II Foreign News. Capk Kil l;, October 14. The steamship California, from Glasgow the 5th; passed this point tins f. At.' Political news Is unimportant. The great prize light between Mace and Coburn bad been postponed l.tvkkPuou October b. Cullon dull, with a decline of j)c. iiredadstutta firmer and steady. Gold Going Up. New York, October 1C. Uold opened at 1 08 aud uuder tbo purchases of the bulls ad vaucedto 212j by noon. After one f . M , the upward tendency was strengthened by dispatches from Baltimore recommending dealers to buy, the inference being that unfavorable news had been receiv ed from Oram's army , At two o'clock in the afturuoon the price was 217. Pennsylvania. LUhkubuko, October 14 The official Union majority in this couuty is 684. Coffretb (Democrat) has 600 meiorilv in Frajklin county, aud t00 majority io the dis- trioi, on lbs home vote. on . J Pennsylvania Election. The Commercial's Washington special aays the Government haa ao official confirmation of the rebel report of the capture Of Rome and 3,000 negroes. A special to the Commercial from Phila delphia saya Culver, (Republican) Congress man in the Twentieth District, is elected by 960 majority. I be following returns are official: 1st District, Kendall, Democratiu majority 3,167; 2d District. O Neal. Union maiority -4,1 OS; 3d District, Myers, Union majority 1, ing; 4ln uistnct, Kelley, do, 3.Z78; 5th Dis trict, Rosa, Democratic majority 3H, 6lh Die trict, Lehigh county, Democratic majority 2, 037; Democrat gain 117; 8th District, Berks county, Democratic majority 6,13d; Union gain 284; Kith District, Schuylkill county, gives Strouse, Democrat, a majority of 1,750 !lih District, Thadeus, Steven s majority is 4,037; Democrat gain 1,654; 7th District, Chester county, Union majority 7,049; Demo cratic gain 411; 18th District, Huntingdon county, Union majority 517; Union lo 576, compared with the vote lor Uovernor. ftlitlli couuty, Union majority 1. This county gave .i majority tor Curtin. Northampton eoun ty, Democratic majority 2,893; Democrat loss 180, Carbon county, Democratic loss 65; 21st District, West Moreland county majority for Dawson, Democrat, 1,677; Deni ocrulic gain 39U Nttw York, Oct. 14. - - - 1 - More Peace Rumors. PHii.tiiKi.rHii, October 14. A special di patch to the Bulletin from Baltimore, to-day saya a North Carolina paper of the 4th iust , stales that a letter was hourly expected from the rebel Vice President Stephens, debuin his position and viewa on the peace questio now agitating the Dublin. They also contain the following remarkabl statements: Vice President Stephens baa told trentleme in Raleigh that his views inclined strongly tor an immediate etinrt lor pee.ee by negotiation Mr, Stephens is represented as savinu that In thought the time had come lor the people of tne south to make known lo Ibe North, es pecially the peace party of that sect km, that they are ready lo settle upon the ureigntv ol the Mates, and restore the old government should the North guarantee the right of the property, aud the majority ol the people so oecime. The gentleman who furnishes the news is man of high character. He says he coiners ed with the Vice President, aud would nut be likely to make misrepresentations, and yet mere are many wno can hardly credit th story. Mr. Stephens has written a letter for publication, and the matter will soon be put at rest i ue same papers also say that there is a powerful and growing desire in Georgia to stop the war. Mow, we have no doubt of it but we hardly expect aui b geutlemen aa Vice President Stephens and Governor Brown to lend themselves iu lavor of reconstruction npou any terms. News From Missouri. St. Louis, Oct. 14. Price' headquarters are still reported at Boonville, Shelby and Gen. John B. Clark, eon ol the former Con gressman from that district, are north of the Missouri river, pillaging and conscripting uur garrisons nave evacuated rulton, Slur geou, lluuUville, Glasgow, fayette and con centraling at olacou City. Clark s men occupiud Ulasgow and robbed r ulton. rnce made a speech at Boonville, statist that be came to Missouri to redeem tbe peo ple, aud tbst ifwas his last effort iu tbeir be half. If they would rally to hi standard all would be well, and he would remain with them; if not, tbe Confederacy would not again otter them an opportunity for redemp tiou irom rucir woes. A dispatch from Major Williams, of the 10th Knnsnt, says he has taken possession of Pilot Knob aud Ibe surrounding mciou. He found 215 rebels there, including; 26 commis sioned olncers. 1 he evidence is conclusive that the rebels lost 1,500 killed and wounded in tbeir attack Pilot Knob. Nearly one hundred thou sand dollars worth of goods of different de criptions were taken Irom atores in Pilot Knob vicinity. Ueneral nosecrans has issued a striuirent Order lor tne government ol the coming elec tion. a Capture. WiflHiNtiToSi, October 14. A gang of Moae by'i gnerrillua in strong force yesterday made an attack on tbe outer pickets of tbe Secoud V. C. regiment stationed at White Plains, on the Uanassaa nailroad The guard of eight men was captured and the officer in command shot in several places ana aoandoued to bis late. Two piivalea of the Sixth Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery wore killed by guerrillas yes terday, between Accoliuk and Burke s Sta tion. , Gold, to-night, strong at 214. Rebel Hostages. New York. October 14. Tbe Commercial's Washington special says : Ueneral Augur has determined It put in the trains on the Ohio A Alexandria Railroad, secessionists trom rairtax and adjoing coun ties, aa hostages to prevent guerrilla outra ges. of Rebel Hostages. Corner Stone Bostom, October 14 The rermony of lay- ng the comer stone of the New Freemason's all to-day, was a marked event in the city. procession embraced nearly one hundred lodges, and notwithstanding the weather, was a most imposing demonstration. MORNING REPORT Mosby at his Old Tricks Again. Nsw York, October 16. The Herald's correspondent at Martinsburg,datlng tbe 13th, aaya Moshy made a most audacious and success attack upon lha westward bound railroad x press train, about ten miles east of this pl.ee, at a place known as (Jamcy Sidney. ne-iraio was thrown from tbe track, and two paya asters and several other officers were cap tured, with over 1200,000 in Government funda The passengsra were robbed of all their valuablea, and the cars set ou fire, buroiug ti tne properly, and two persons, whose names could not be ascertained. Tbe en gineer and firemen, were badly scalded their recovery ia doubtful. The two bodies buraed may hare been corpse ia ooxet oa tbeir way home. . They ware buried tbe spot. One waa male and the other Lnkl. . .. . !...- : 1 . . fl J Tl . vn wvj wi out mvijiiiieu. tai engineer, fireman and through baggage man tbe 18 St. al ry.s were all injured. Seme of the ladies lost all their bagpsge, and Paul Clifford Moshy, who was present, totu them in the politest tones mat it should be restored to them. Lie how. ever rode off and lorgot It, The Ueiald'i Filth Corps correspondent says: The total loss in tli ia corps in the Poplar urove ugni was ztui, ol whom were missing. t Doings of the Beast. Nkw Yobs:, Oct. 15 Gen. Butler, becom mg convinced ot neu'ro soldiers beinif rut at work in the rebel entrenchmeuls, has notified the rebel authorities that he has also put rebel officers and aoldiera at work on Dutch Gap Canal, and he has also proposed an exchange of all naval prisiotiers, and Iranuniited intel-' ligence of our officers that colored troops had been wounded after being captured by rebel regiments in front ol the army of the .lames. Rebel newspapera f the 12lh contain the following: The Kxaminnr saya thnngh Grant is quiet, he ia not idle, being busy uight aim nay rendering nis positions impregnable. His next point ol attack will be Hoy'on road, over which the rebels wagon their supplies around a position held by our troops on the Weldon Railroad. The Richmond dispatch aays Sherman was in Nashville wheu Hood made his brilliant flank movement, and is cut off from his army; Jeff, Davis, in a speech 1efore Wood's army, told Cheatham's division to be of good cheer, for in a little while their face would be turned homeward, and their feet press Tennessee suit. Sheridan's destruction of property in the Sbenaiindoab Valley causes great howling, and they promise themselves abundadt retali ation when they advance Regain beyond the Potomac, They claim to have captured at leant a million dollars worth of Quartermas ter s stores in the recent raid in Western Virginia. From the Weldon Railroad—More About the Successorship to the Supreme Bench. New York, October 15. The Times Fifth Corps correspondent at Weldon Railroad Oc tober the 13tb saya : The recent engagement resulted ill nothing more than holding ot our pi-ket line which was seriously threatened. The tiring was sharp aud severe while the artillery tire became at time very heavy. Very few casualties occurred. Larue num bers of convalescents and recruits are constant ly arriving and they appear to be of a hardv aud intelligent alasB of men. Ihe limes Washington special savs : Amoug those prominently rumored for the successor to tbe Chief Justiceship ar Ex Sen retary Chase, Secretary Staton. Judge Advo cate General Holt and Solicitor Whitiog. It is naraiy prohable that any selection has yet beeu made. Successful Reconnoissance. New York, October 15. The Herald's cor respondent with Gregg's cavalry says: A reconnoissauce was made bv olaior Me- Cabewitb 250 men of Ihe l.'lih Pennsylvania on me aigni oi tne litu, to ascertain the strength of the enemy in the vicinity of Stony Creek Station, on tbe south side of the rail road. They passed the rebel picket liue, capturnf three prisoners, several mules and horses, buruud two rebel wagons, and returned with out the lots of a mau. The rebel force at Stony Creek wa found to bo 7,000 iufautry ana cavalry uuder vvade Hampton. The Successorship to Judge Taney. Niw Yokk, October 15. The Herald names the following aa aspirants for the sue cessorship to Judge lauey: Montgomery Blair, Judges Allen and Howe, Ira uarris and Mr. ressenden. The Herald' t 10th Corps correspondent says: the rebds are busy throwing up new line of works across Ihe central road. about a mile outside of tneir main liue, en closing the city. 1 be statements of Richmond papers that our iniuntry was driven in iu the last tinh are falsehoods. Our infantry was not drive single inch, nor did they capture a aiugle iniantry soldier. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. Foreign News. HiLiKtx, Oct 15. Tbe Heekla from I.iv erpool 4lh, (jueenatowu 6th, arrived yeater uay morning. Tbe Commercial newa oiaiulr anticioated Mac nnd bia represeutive announced in tbe Ijoudon Times tbat tbe tight ia put off for the preseut. Uonura was on the field, and was grested with tremendous shout and an nitneuae crowd. Mace didn t make hi appearance as expected, and Coburn will claim th stakes. Another report stales -thai tbe matter stands over for adjudication by the stasanoiaer onllje ftti. Th Times saya the capture of Atlanta, aad victory of Sheridan in the Valley, renders tne re-election ol Lincoln almost certain. Tb financial pressure ia believed to be over. Uold continues to flow into tbe Dank r.ngland. Consols 88Ja8j for money. St. Louis. October 15. I' rice's rear iruard left Brownsville last uight marching towards Lexington. Our cavalry advanced under Geueral S a born aud were said to have been repulsed at Fisgaii, Cooper Co.. on Wednesdav but is since rejiortcd at Se.lalia en the Pacific Railroad. Great excitement exists. Th Kansas militia have been called out lo reoel nvasion, oui.u. a. tew eveniug since ranter an Q A t .1 amusiug aceue oceurred at Wickham' auc room. Th auctioneer offered for sale a of Testaments, which were wrapped up in paper. The first copy was knocked off to a couutrytnan at a very reasonable price, whan the auctioneer cried, "Who will have another copy at the same price T' TUe whole lui was lostd out beture a sine-1 oopv bad been x amined. Th purchasers discovered that they had secured copies of tbe New Testaueut iu Choctaw language, a number of said books having lou.id their way lo this city by some mysterious maneuver or oversight Wheel ing Remitter, DIED. aUOoN.-Died oa rriJv sight the Hlh iust, al f. ft-uuthe aecuefaoliriaic lumor, Mr.Jusik bauon, ot lln Ally aijtMl Kboul SS years. KuonU lioui bis lau relUnue, 17 aasl Baeouil Street, al IO o'citx-k. HitAlli, 1st lost, DetVMSS in. wl; OMpnl, Tuir una, lu-rmaM WoodlitaJ. "S- A l Ha.MOWAl.H. f N.ilu's omce liu bora r. luutwllrom Ulv's buililia lo Sti Mud stiw nalweM !teoatid aud Thud uieau, etsr Mr Romdw. bwre, sopsT-wiwos COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. DAYTON, October 14. HAR8HMANS FLOUR Red wheat, Wholesale f 11 00. Retail 111 60. WHKAT $1 80. CORN 110 OATS 70. RYK 1 45(5)1 BO. BARLKY $1 50(iU60 TKA8 2 50('fl2 00. C'OFFKK 6H(,n,tl0c. SUGAR 30. COFFKE SUGAR .13 335c i.er Ib. HARD RKKINKD SUGAR 37Jo per lb; MOLA8SKS l 85 140 per gal. RICK 20c per Ib. LARD 2S(&0. BUTTKR 40(a50. CHEKSK. 23(a)25. STARCH 12e per lb. SOAPS 20o per lb. DR1KD PKACHKS 25(3)22, DR1F.D APPLKS15ra)20. BKANS Per bushel 2 60(S3 00. KGOS 18 per dor. TOBACCO 90110 per lb. SHOT $5 00 per sack. LKAD 25o per lb POTATOES. $2 25 per bush. HAY Timothy $30 per ton. WHISKY I 80. TOMATOES 12 50 per buah. New York Market. Nkw Iork, Oct. 15 Cotton dul at 1 10 at 15; Flonr 30a40c better at 8 70a9 00 for extra state, 1 OOalO 50 for round hoop Ohio: nneai oanc oeiter, nt 1 suaz 1 1 lor ( bicngo spring, 1 Wl for winter red. Corn l2c better at 1 04 lor mixed; Oala firmer H5a86c for wes; tern; rors nrm at :iSa4(l tor mess; Lard ZHnlic. Whisky decided v firm at 1 7JU1 for western, closing Ihe latter; Snear o bet-1 teraiziic lor new urleans, and 17al9o for L iilio; Petroleum brmer at 49a42o for crude. New York Stock Markets. NkwIobk, Oct 15. Stocks dull and ir regular, and close firm; Gold closes al217J; iveaoing i4; I t; isj; trie 7; U 8 six es of 'HI, coupons 61; 5-20's. registered. 1084: coupons 8((, 10-40 coupons 94$, 7-30', 106; on your ceriincatea V4j. New Advertisements. SHERIFF'S HALE, or a valuable farm in Jackson lowu.hip. frsderick Oeuk, el. si. ) No. m --""""'" j aujiiu( tuun. 1 Y TlTtUH Of Hid ID ObM nr to th. enmm.nrl r an ordr of mad ly th Hup nor Court of I nuuiuui-i7 vvuwy, voio, Will Oiler ftl rurtlir Ptl 1 uu tuts priuiv ftLMJUl HO mun Mel of f ariiiwrs TltlfJ, UK FRIDAY, NoremW 18th, 18G4, Al 10 o'clock A. H . of Mid day, tb follow log d oiibtful rl utile to wit: HjtiMtoti tn and bving trie Nortll part of ttl South Jit autrur rf Hnrtnn twADtj-tlirtt , Towuahip four (4), id tbo Town tuie f J kwon, Uouoly or MoulKumorj and btato of Ohio, eontaioiDg on huodroii and furiy-two aud on flfth ora. a pitralnetl at Afil 00 pr Mrtt and caniwt !) for lata Itiui of the abort afpiaieiiint. Twrine Si "!. mono yr, aud the ballauc io two yuare froiii tlm day of wale. The delaxbd bay. inenia to bear 6 pvr cent, intereat, and to be aecurad uj uiurirKuo of uriniata UKUtUiK WtMiAMAN.Hherifl, tv I HOMPIOI, Aicy, octlS wtlw Professional. And tor the paat three yeara Snr o in the United I oMivia navy, naa openea an omce at no. irza, Third treat, betwaeit Jefteraoa and tit. lllatr itreeta, uerth I aiuo. iiaTiDic na'i me aafatiUMe ol the yoaniuiaiu Maw York aud Fhiladt-Iphia, with twauty yaara of mil. n (! (iraut-e, ,uj imci(i may rvMl mtniirva oy gauing oia auvira tuat ihey will utatam every ad TauMfi t inaiuia aavaured conditio d oi the St Mtdictm can reader. Vx. Wmanurea CNHUMPTION, TH ROAT and all PRKFlKATOitV I'lBKAMKH BY MKUIOAL IN UAI.A ) luN the only mhahle mana koowo to the Itruianmon. waicn nat provea ao uniTeraallT uoceia to uia aaataou in nurope. lie traaU all diaaaaea iniiBtoa bar, aiaoaii diiaaaaa ikkiuIi Kamaloa, and all OH HON 10 OOMfLAiNTH a -ever may be their charader. The moat innrdu- lour Will be ?OUTJDOd Of hit IIKWfMia bv catlinar al hia I Olne No. Third atroat, Daytan, or by oaialtung " iMvniiu wiinu uirouiMtesu KramiiouBiy. uihca houra from o'clock A. M. ulla oViock V. af ociio-aaw.iia MEDICAL HOTICE. DR. OKIOBR will hareartor attand etiratWreVy to ao oftvta prai-uca, aud will ewm "SiiosjiBt Atian. tttu"lo the tratment orOHHONiO tHHKASKrt. murU aaI.(waaa,a,,fUiHTHIUATandI.IINJH,f the KVK aauAHa(JHViii'MJiH AKIKUTIUNH, ao rnm- 1. B IKIiJ rllKKH. IMPtlTKNCV. An. Al.... iMtBAIKtl FBUOLiaa TO ITBHALBa. and . j, a, twirsaVa iwase, wiiBiwfir may urn lia Oliaras.'Mr, tnmir nourairoiu i I ill io 1 1 iu. HuodayM, ? to lua in, V to a p ui. )ttiL--Ooruer of Jejilaraun and Fifth at. I 'avion "iu. ooui-iiuaaniw-ii FOR RENT OR SALE. luiMtriv Tna ieidia tm om ihm old Truv P,km. a mtarur nt Mm. ha it An kiUHKLUIUisKK, orfT-d'iw N. HAAS! VYHOUbALK ANB BtTilL DlaLIR 1HB JOBBKR I." MILLINERY GOODS. HTKAW OOODS, RIBBONS CRAPES FLOWERS. ill Aaivxaa uatudly twHuirad tn the Millibebv Tuna. KO. 41. Mala Btree t DAVTON , O PI I O . N. H.AU ordora from Ike eouiatr oramuki at. Ln...lllA r ' " DwraaaddeaJara In nnerai wMl 1a wj exaiutue hta aux'k bsKra ftsUeX-itaainc eJabtre. JLJ4a. -U IMttHlfl JONATHAN METHERD'3 Eitate. the axboav of Oeloow. 4. D. ISM, the under- I ..Kiwi wm aupoiuiea mmn aiuuiusd admiaj.i-1 Of 111. MUM u JoiaUhu Ualhard in. rJ n.... I uouu.y, unto, u uwi. Riff JOHN p. rox, ADMINISTRATORS NOT1C& LlpitMii lalvtid lo lha eataie of June IV vona II) tf, iU ihe u Hvhlinir.dac'd, are 4 arm-ad io rah aud arid Uj lit al llie ottruer of Fitla. aud Hi. tJiaur atr.nL Htytoa. Ohio, aad all Drub haviiaal laial nl.a..n 1 Ixttally aulawnu.aid wilhta wm vtstvr. aa 1 liawea Lsakaa i tMwii ue auiiiiaiairatton on aatt eaiato. October T, laoa. xta-ii JIJMMl'M M All Unlet. AiluiiiiialraJn TBI r EAR. I I . I 108. GOOD NEWS! Clothing Store. Messrs. SOWARZ 4 ROSIN. ARE J tlBT OPENINO A NEW CL0TH1M. HOUSE, Aad would rsspsctralij Inrtts th riTizKjtu of nrnon asd trisiii To oil tl their Store Adjoiuing the Empire Office, and siamine tt .irnsw 8TOOK OF CLOTHINO (ieutlemuu's Fumlshlujr Goods. Whu h wa bo laht ii-Iuiivv Ij tor Cask and at HEDnCID FHICES Tl. . a r t uoJ"u" pUr,flir. IVO-IN. UAVlQg uwl) OOUlieOloQ Wllb a WilOliMa.ifB rria.nnfiaji. tnriQg Clothing IIou.se ia Cincinnati, which gives tbe firm tbe advautaire. auJ assui aure to the Jieojile, tbat their stork waa CAREFULLY SELECTED! All those d.'siring to make tbeir PUROHA8SS, will find tbat MONEY CAN BK SAVED by calliug t tho Malu telieet, oppoait the Phillip Hound atml auljuiuiug the Empir Oflioti.