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City and Other Matters. 0ef Oo to John W. Darai's, rorner Ker-onrl and Jefferson streets fur your Kail and Win er DreM flood; also, Cloak; Shawls, V pets, Ac , just rect-ivcd. dtf. e Fruit Tree, Shrubbery, &o Now is the beat season of Ibe jear Tor transplanting, and II who desire fruit trtvs and shrubbery should make avail of it fleonre Bay, rorner of i'iral and I.mllow street, Peyton, is connected with many uf the best nurseries, and ia pre pared to fill all orders in the aWe line Give il t Jltll vijj&i I ildhpniuLi Ssto'r'e. - M, ntockert, at bia atnnd on Market stree north aide, a few door west of Jefferson,- ia daily lupplied with IWf, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Sausage, Potatoes, CaMisjrc, Beam, E,io., &o , al) fresh and of the beat quality. Ilia old frienda and customers, and the public, are invited to give hint a cull, ujjl.i. Lot Last night, between the Montgom. ry House and the Post Office, a hunch of mail koye, including a Poat Office key. ' the finder will pl- IrerT Ibeta'ayh Empire Office. i Saturday Evening. O. V. Hops, Esq., will addresa the Democratic Club of the Fifth and Sixth Wards, on Saturday evening next at Dickey's Ball on Fifth street. Mr,-ifa it an able and interesting speaker, and will be creeled by a full house. Kemember Sat urday night. ,, rse ariri bufify' 'disappeared from near the residence of Mr. Wolf, on Bridge street, last night, and are believed to have been stolen. ; Counterfeit. Counterfeit greenbars,qf the denomination of fiftydollars, ure; in cir culation. Also, spurious tens on tho New York Exchange fi.mk of Now York Ci4j(,4 , - - , JIM The JJemooratio Central Committee. , , , Will meet to night at the ftrierifTa ollice. A fall attendance is required, as business of im" portance is to be transacted. .,.,.. Furniture at Auction To mm row morning, at 9 o'clock, C. 1. Hnlier t. Son will sell at their Auction Room, o Feathtf Beds, 8 Pillows, 4 Holsters, 25 Cotton Bed Comforts, and an extentive asaoiliiiau.1, (f Furniture of all kinds. ltd , i ) til fVw'Vaft irt; evf r'p khlehodied: citizen, between the ages of eiphtc.ea- ana forty-five, rem tuber that his mime ia iu the wheel of doom, and that Abraham Liucolu only awaits a re-election, to order atl.Mber draft. If you want to take the chances, of a dozen drafts between November 8th, lUC-t, and November 8th, 18HH, vote for Abraham Lincoln I " Fatal Accident A Boy Killed A boy about 13 or 14 years old, by the name of Keiss, employed in the Cooper Cotton Faoto ry, of this cHy, became entangled somehow, in the beltiug of tha muchiuery, while in rap id motion, and was instantly killed. lie waa shockingly mangled. The accideu). occurred during the forenoon of to-day, 4.i - ' i.n -tT T-rr --rrrn 1 Horse. Thieves Farmers would do well to be on the alert against horse-thieves. The time to lock the door, we Lave every reason to believe, is before the bursa is stolen. , Law lessness is everywhere on the increase. Every opportunity is afforded to crime. We are mnlating, and will eqnal are long, the con dition of Mexico iu her worst days. Baoditti already jofeet manv loji(is. Murder, high ' VM way robbery i an J all species of crime are frightfully increasing. Thanks to Black Re publicanism. , fcaT'Acoording to the accounts of Sheri' dan's lata fight, he only lacked the presence of a Joanna No. 2, to have utterly annihila ted the hosts of Early. A little mora day. light and all would bave been over with the Johnnies in the valley of tha Shenandoah. "Sberid&i) , 9P.b'( rH?.7 "knocked the day lights" ont al lium. That he did not do was, as is now self-evident, a capital mistake Republican Aristocracy. On Monday last Secretary Chaae went to Toledo from Cin. cinnati accompanied by his two daughters. They rods iu a sumptuous car in the near of 1 kJW' "xt H04!1' oor of the car forbiddingtneentrance of any other persons, and a negro servant was in attend mora carrying water, wine, apples, to , to this aristocratic, set. The remainder tA the rare of the traia were crowded so that even standing room was scarce. -- On Tuesday Mr. Chase and his daughters, with the further addition of a man who was said to be a relative of the Secretary, returned in tha same car and tn the same style. There were a great many indignant repres sions by persons in the cars at this exclutive nas. Many a republican even, thought this " -srasearryiagihtnge a little trie faryandtbat tha a. a"- Father of flreanharks would have been wise -.-id haveMalea hie teat with -the people! every i one of whom 's'qaite aa good !if toot a iwiorj.; .il v-ewsar the-dersrt I rJaajretavj. - eas ne The next thing we may ea-peet is1 a special .... il' train for these Republican honorables? attend, .it. -ad trfa botty gnsri of solriers and "a' ho jf lickspittle baugefs ba, fof 'llf of which lis t, . ., , I I 'pop1tai0'st"plyr If any one will contrast fhfs little item with I f 1 like manner in whit-h llukes, Lords, Emperor l'Rv,.,'i( Kurope He will see from this whither Wtf are drifting. - ' ) ' High Prices 1 hose who complain of high prices may read tne following, from the ",'rbana Union, with advantage: Thk Hum Price ok Provisions There is tit iittk asa fr tat Klgli pricSoV provisions and that is the war. It has taken two mil lions ol producers from the fields of Industry, and mails them wasteful consumers. Those whe fnd the necessaries of life getting beyond their reach, and who are almost starving, may take. tha prosatmliajj ol the war for it, and nothing else. Drafted Men. It is announced that no drafted me will go from Montgomery, This is no doubt true ; and it is quite as true that no drafted men will go from any other county in Ohio. II there are any, they are so few in number as to be hardly worthy of mention. Not less than ten millions of dollars have been paid by the people of Ohio for their ex emption To any that substitute have been bought for the drafted men, is a most prepos terous and self evident lie. Now, the quest io inw i"whatiilipmitioa bas been made of the prodigioua sum which has been exact ed from the people?'' Who will answer 7 Pure Sweet Cider FRESH FROM THE PRESS EVERY DAY , 1. 1 . i i t 1 1 XT I, I, 1 1 1 1 1 a it tl ' s No. S, Miikit Btresi. ) RV haw put ap 1 cirW pre' Btitl is mak ing cider expressly for Family use,, ' which he ncll by the quart or larger qu&utities. ..laxi&tnit "!' x ljrm t Just Published Biographical Mem oir of Clement L. Vallandigham by his Brother A handsomely printed pamphlet of 04 octavo pages. This ia a document of unusual value and interest ; entirely authen tic; and reliable, -j Every statement in it per sonal or otherwise, cna be atrictly verified. The work in wanted everywhere, immediately by hundreds of thousands. Price delivered 26 Dent .nhi i-v "fbdntty dealora"can lie iup'plied through the channels by which they receive their New York ii.;rs, and fct our lowest wholesale price. The coinmiasiona charged by the News Companies being paid by us. Every 'editor whiia disposed to aid in giv iug this pamphlet a wide circulation is invited to inaerl this advertisement'1 and draw on us for copied of 111 Memoir to the amount of bis bin,' to ba'sent lii a package ordered by any one in his vicinity. Wil.rtK A Co., Publish er ol! ';iio.oka fur the Times" ic. -No. 19 City Hull "Square, Itew York August 1, 1864. Aug. 5th, I HOI. dtf. By REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. Last Night's Dispatches. Condemnation of the Capture of the Canadian Robbers. fir. Ai.aixa, Vsbuont; October 20 Later advices from tho parlies who are pursuing- the raiders cofirm tha news of the eapture of nine ol tne tree bnolera, and S50.000 of the stolen bank bills.. Considerala excitement still prevails, though all apprehension of any lunuer nanger at present irora toe marauders is entirely removed Upt. -Nickeraon, of tha Veteran reserve corps, is garrisoning the border with one hun dred and fifteen convalescents from the hospi tals at xiraweuoro. , , Judge Aldis, of the supreme court, has just returned from Montreal, where he had a satisfactory interview with tba .Canadian au thorities, and is now preparing the necessary papers to bring the captured raider before our courts, under tha extradition treatv. Major Austin has dispatched Mayor J. L. BarstontoSt Johns, Canada East, to order, if possible, the arreat of a party of raiders whu are approaching that place from Stans- bed. The banks of thit placa asffered severe ly, but the St, Albans basks announoe that they will redeem their bills. , "I learn that in a skirmish but evenino at iTotrelebiirgh, four of tba raiders were cap- . -A U II .. . C . 1 I TV . .urvu " iii. oan, one 01 me oaiiins oi mat municipality, fell morlallv wounded, while gallantly endeavoring to captnre the raiders. The provincial authorities of tha frontier, to-day, did everything in their power to ac- oompiisn the arrest ot the rascals. Six of the horses taken by tba scoundrels have been re LATER. Four o'clock P. M. Captain Conger's par ty bave iuat returned, and renort that ihev caught the leader of the raiders at Starbridge, and Bscnred 100,OGU in addition to tha "0, 001), reported this morninsr. The Canadian authorities are Still 1 after the villains, and there is a good prospect of the capture of tha whole gang. ., ,, , The Gov General of Canad t has telegraph ad (hat he will respopd lo a n qaisition from the United States Government for the surren der of the rohbers already arrested, and such as may be hereafter arrested. The St Albans baak Inst 175,000, the Franklin county Bank $45,000, and tha First National Bank $54,000. Guerrilla Murders Near Washington. -Niw Yoax.October 20. The Commercial's Washington special has the following: . Wasiiinotos, Uototier 20, The guerrillas of Moaby's gang are becoming bold ia their depredations, and goided by secession resi dents of the country, who embrace every op portunity to set the part of spies anal inform ers, freauentlv raid sAma diaiaAM intrt'iha I'nion line. " ' ' -. Oa Wadneeday morning at 1 o'clock, a par ty of four of Mosbi'l man aDouaxihed tha house of Mr. Reed, one hundred yards from raupvinasQ noapiikt, as a seven miles frees Washington, and surrounded Mr. Heed and two ami M five1 of- bir negroes, who were aid ipaj s)i'io-Rurd prtrpurty Oft af jte ne irroes was shot dead. The saosr than carried Mr. Jteed ssd the two uegroea out to tba I .. l . L. ....... J l r 1 1 I . . n i wumus, warv tory anin suil ailieu rar. neea and severely, pounded a negro. TU. t im i decamped. The survivor managed to return after the murderers left, and guided a parly of soldiers to the spot where his master was killed, und secured the body. From Sherman. Nxw York, October 20 The Philadelphia I Enquirer this morning hss the following from vnaitanooga, Bept., itith: Captain Marsh, of the 4ih IT. 8. Regulars. ha arrived from Villanova, which placa he place he left yesterday. lie reports that Captain Mlnty's brigade of cavalry had met the enemy in force and after a severe fight, our troops charged and routed the rebels capturing General Yenny and a large number of prisoners, On the 12th the same cavalry charged Rhoddy's command at Rome with sabres, killed and captured a number, taking all his artille ry and scattering the remainder of the enemy iu all directions. They also captured the rebel General Low-ry- i . . . , i i ,. . On the 17th, our advance came upon Hood'a rear guard and whipped it and drove it out of Snake Gap. Yesterday General Sherman started in pur suit of the rebels who were retreating south ward via Bloominglon Valley. MORNING REPORT. A Story Twice Told. Nnw Yonx, October 21. The Uerald's correspondent gives the following account of Sheridan's last victory: It was moon light, and all around was the stillness usual to that hour. While this still ness was prevailing, the enemy had noiseless ly massed a heavy column of troops behin the hill on the son lb west side of Cedar creek. and directly in front of the position occupied ot our exjreme pickets. At a given signal, as we afterward learned, the enemy advanced rapidly, in solid columns or regiments. Ou pickets were charged, some of them captured and some driven in, bur illy before they had lime to discharge their muskets; in fact, what lew pickets bad come in, the enemy came in ao soon alter, and so closo 1 1 ihrm, that it was near a tie which parly warned the slum bering camp of the army, of Ihe danger near at band. Having driven in or captured our pickets on tne teit ol the line ot the ir.lantrv the enemy charged across Cedar creek at the lord, and very soon alter on Ihe bridge of san stream, and reached the side of the hill an breastworks occupied by Tbirburn's division ol tne otb army corps, t rook s Ibaenein hesitated not, but preaaed on over all barriers, completely surprising, and in a measure stam peding, the left of Sheridan's line. By this success, tbe enemy gained some artillery; I believe tbe 4 lit Pennsylvania battery, and some pieces oi a regular battery. i nesuauenness oi toe attack and i s won derful success for n time bewildered the troops Many of tbem were taken prisoners, but by far the greater portion got away, with tlicur arms. J he other division of Crooks corps, wnicn was allowed some lima to lorm. did so and was soon formed in line by the remaining portion ot luirbnrn s division. All this while the enemy kept pressing on and pouring in upon our men a rapid and murderous fire a fire from musketry as also Irora artillery posted upon ihe bills oo lb other side of Cedar Creek. Having directed a column agaiust Crook's forces, Ihe enemv quickly turned his attention toward tbe right oi ine tine, wnere tne lytn corps, eoaimand ed by General Emery, was yet in line, and nis ariiuery at worn on suort range. At this time a bold charge was made by the enemv. under cover ot nis gone, to capture fcimerv artillery. In a measure this charge was sue- cesslul, although it was resisted with Brest vigor,nd by a fire that would have done credit to tbe best of veterans under tha most trying circumstances. In the charge the rebels took oneor two piesesofof the 1st Maine Battery ana i oeuev a portion oi tne Uhase Uattery, nnai most neipea tne rebels was the exac range which they got of our pieces the ones captured from tne elevated commanding po sition oo the opposite side of the creek. As soon as Ihe fight commenced and it was know that the left bad suffered tha Sixth Corps possed from its position of reserve over to wbeie the Eighth Corps was located iq the commencement of tba engagement. The train were got over as soeedilv aa posaibls taking tha pike road to Winchester wnere tney arrived in safety. 1 he enemy dis covering tbe success ol this surprise and be lieving tha it was now for him only to tri- umpnantiy advance, uy tee way l must men tion that it was now broad daylight. Ho brought nis columns ana artillery across Uedar Creek to press tbe pursuit with vigor. While tbis was being done a brief lull prevailed. Oar line was contracted and commenced slowly falling back. The enemy pressed the pursuit rapidly and wuu greal persistency. General Sheridan was on bis way from Washington bsck to his headquarters when the attack was made ana reached Winchester the night before the attack and remained there lor consultation.' Early in the morn ing he heard tbe cannon. He mounted bis horse and pushed forward to tbe front. Oi bis wsy up be met a string of of teams going u tne rear accompauieu ny ina usual number ol wounded and stragglers which proceeded rem a reverse Pressing onward, he found some considers ble opposition was being made to tbe exultant toe. Me seemed to comprehend tbe true state of affairs at a glanco, and at once proceeded mj rauiouj uib evil, reorganising nis forces, tnen ne seemed more given to a retreat than au advance . He promptly changed the as pect of our military affairs, and turned lbs tide of battle, rapidly growing towards a dis astrous defeat, into a glorious victory The cavalry was then sent upon the right, the 19th corps placed next to it, the Htb corps in the center, and the tiih corns oo the left, with Powell's division, which was for a time cul off ou Ihe left of all. A charge of the enemv wm reaimcu, aim au autance maae unsuo cesslul Another Herald correspondent ears: Our cavalry is now in hot pursuit of the flying enemy, with our infantry following as aas as uiey can J area rebel Uenerals are known to be wounded, viz: General Ramssur, who is a prisoner, General Lomax, and an other General whose name I am unable to as certain. Our losses are estimated at 6.000 with prisoner captured. It is said that Lonp street lost three-fourths of hi artillery. Another (ays: Nothing eoald withstand tbe impetus of Sheridan army. Charge af ter charge was made with the most brilliant success We raptured 4:i pieces of artillery and soma 3,000 prisoners, aud drove Long street's hattereil anil mnmttarii Htmtm ..... (. .. .L. I'.ll mw iiw v aitoy. i .' i . .. . t The rebel attack was induced by moving the tiih corps to Front Royal, believing the rebels to be there, the? were being sent bark to Grant By the timely capture of a dispatch from Longstreet to Early, Sheridan was informed that Ihe latter would bave rein forcements sufliuieiit, a I be dispatch said, to crnh Sheridan out of the Valley. Bheridaa bad fust organized this eavalry for a grand expedition, tat on receipt of this dispatoh, retained tbem. How fortunate this was is now seen. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. Wah Iixpartmpnt, WisHiKUToN, October 21 11 40 A. M. The following telegram waa received tins morning contain further particulare of the battle of Cedar Creek .- Choir Creek, Va , October 20 11:30 A. M. To Lieuteiiiint General Grant : Wo havu again been favored bp a great victory, won from disaster by tbe gallantry of our officers and men. The attack on the enemy wa made about 1 P. M , by a left half wheel of the whole niie wuo a oiveraion oi carrying ana taming each flank of tbe enemy. The whole line ad vanced. The enemy after a stubborn resist ance broke and fled and were poshed with vig or The artillery captured will probably be over 50 pieces. This of course includes what wa captured from our troop early in the morning. At least 1,600 prisoner have been brought in, also wagon and ambulance in large numbers, This morning the cavalry made a dash at risnersiiui and carried it, the enemy bar ing fled during lha nignt, leavint onlv s small rear gnard. I have lo regret the loes of many valuable oflicere killed and wounded, among mem uotonel James lnorburn, com mending a division of Crook's command, killed; Colonel Howard, commanding brig ade, wounded severely, but would not leave tne neid. 1 cannot give exact details. Many of our men raptured in the morning made their escape and are coming in. Ramsenr, commanding a division of Early' army, died mis P. H. SHERIDAN. Gen. Grant's appreciation of lb victory at veuar cren is expressed In ID following dispatch: Citt Point, October 20, 8 o'clock P. M. Hon. E. M. Stanton: I had a aalnte of 100 guns from each of the armies fired is honor ot ahendan last victory. Turning what bid air to ne a disaster, into a glorious violorv. stamps Sheridan what I have alway thought unu,une ot me auiest or uenerals. U. S. Lieut Gen. The medical director reports 7?B alihtl wounded have reached Winchester from tbe field All the wounded that are able to bear transportation will be forwarded immediately to Marliiisburg. Tbe telegraph line ia now working to Atlanla, but no later reports bava oeen received ny tne department. E. M. STANTON. Secretary of War. St. Loiim, October 21. Samuel Knox accepts the call of nearly 2,000 citizens, and announces himself a candidate for Congress. Tho First District Dtmocratio Congression al convention yesterday nominated B. D iwnyn to repieaent lha f irst District. . There are now three candidate in the field. The loss of property at Glasgow, through its capture by the rebels, is about 1150,000. Eighty men, ol Col. McAnhnr's colored regiment, under Lieutenant Johnson, were attacked near Fort Donalson on tbe 12th , by two hnndred and eighty guerrillas. . They repmaea inree cnargea, wnen tbe rebels tied leaving lorty killed and wounded on tha field. Oar loss was four killed, and ten wounded. Among the former was Lieut. Johnson, .B. - Cincinnati, October 21. The Peaoe Con. vention adjourned tins di without making oominalions. .... Official returns from all button Mnntlu in Indiana give Morton b majority of 21,000. COMMERCIAL. Dayton Market. DAYTON, October 21. HARSHMAN'S FLOUR Red .h... wholesale 111 00, Retail til 60. WHEAT 1 80. CORN 110 ; OATS 70. ; RYE 1 46(2)1 ftO. ; I BARLEY (l 6U160. TEAS $2 t0l 00. COFFEE 68 00c. SUGAR 30. I COFFEE SUGAR 33S35e per lb. HARD REFINED SUGAR-S7so!per lb MOLASSES-ai 35U0 per gal. RICE 20c per lb. LARD 25(3i30. i BUTTER 40(90. CFJEESE. 2325. STARCH 12io per lb. I SOAPS 20o per ft. j DRIED PEACHES 25(Si22. i DRIED APPLES-il620. , BEANS Per bushel 12 603 00. I EGGS 1 8 per doe. TOBACCO 90(a,$110 per ft) ' SHOT 45 00 per sack i LEAD 26o per lb. , POTATOES. $2 25 per bush. HAY Timothy 1:10 per km. WHI8KY 1 80. TOMATOES 12 6 per bush. New York Market. Nw Toal. Oct. 21. Cot tna nninA- Plnn. dull and favors buyers, at 6 15a ti for ejtr state; Wheal Jo better with varv llm led supply, at 1 85 for Utlwaakaa elnh en IS for winter red western; Cora lo belter for prime, and limited 'apply; 63a for tailed western; Oats scare and to better at 8be for western; Fork dull; Lard steady; Whisk quiet at I 73 l U for wsstern: P.imLun, dull and nominal. New York Market. New York Stock Markets. vt V . r o r. .' NtW YoBE, Oct. 21. Slocks lower and f . . . . f). , M i, v i N Y f! li; Erie K4f; V 8 eixee of 'Bl, coupons. ! I JACOB SCHROKUKK'S k.. i ATM. ua. i tN Ilia itsd 2ay of aoti'utubai. A. IX UeA the deraigtied waa aui iloleu aud uelSe lul .u.. tm ol me eeute ol JasoVi hwhruedari lata af stoat. "-J .uhm.1, .'iuLuMrvM. aeu-.v , AKTONhiTA I. CaKHDaUt: ... New Advertisements. SHERIFF'S SALE, or a valuable Farm in Rudolph Township. Hsnry Kller, Mnnlanmary ) Ooanrjr vs 8urior I Moms filer, sl.al. ) la Parti lloa. TIT virtus of, srel In otwdience to tha command of I J aa order of suls miul by the Supvrior ?oart el' MoBtKomery County, Obie, and to ins directed, I wilt oner fiinlia (Jala on tba pramisea on i . . . MONDAY, November 2 let, 1BC4, el I e'elnnk P. II of said day the lollewln daaerlbad rem mau vis: iiuAiea in in county or Monlanm rv tn tha AUte of Ohio, mnti iUmhU fr.u... Beinnin at the north eat corner of Section an (S) Town nv (6), Range five (6) east, and running Uionca we Fin; cnaiDN anil neventy-nva (7ft) links, to miv Bonn waai corner or tna north oast quartor aaid section : thane south on tha wa slluia of quarter sertion forty-two (ill) chains, Iwsuty-two (IN) --- ..in .uutii we", uurur oi Mia quarter bbc ion, thence smi on tho south line of said quarter sbcUou lorty chains and sixty-four (IK) links lo lha aaat una oi aaiu eeniinn, tneaee north forly-two (ct) thains, twenty-two it) linka to tli plana of bsirinu Ing, containing ona hundred and aeventy-on (171) i-iwe Mia nervaiy-nine nun.iramhs I7H-1UO) of an aera. and has been appraised at seventy (70) per Bora and cmiioui iwu lor lass tnnn or tha amtraiMnenl. Terms, IJ cash, H In one, and Ilia ballanae to two years Irom tha day of Pale. Tee da arvd paymanla tn hears percent interest from the day of sale, and to tie asx-ured by morla-ag on tha premium. This f.rm la local! oa the Miami county Una. about Smiles northwest of tha Town of Union, and about lha aama distance seat of Phlllip.Oui . The atrmiawell Improved, and in ese.ellent order, and the besl quality of land. To be eold tree of liower. QVn U.' . .1 ' . . . . . J. H. BAS, Att'v. ootau wuw A FARM FOR SALE. HALF A MILK 7K0M S1II0M. iHf auhaoribar will sell hla Perm within half mllaaf tha oltv olDavton. aiut eHiA,nin. u..i tv and utnaenneitla. on the r4aemn i. - . fciro contains 7noraa, mora or lasa, and la lha best i. !S J"" further informative eall oa tae P""'-"" ' DaNUL BHAFFta. JOHN M. ENNIB, Plaintiff an Inst Ol arise Butcher al Administrator of Henry Magerman. deo'd be fore Jamee Turner. 1, P. of Dayton townahip, Mont- eomery Oonnty, Ohio. On the Join day rltentem ar, A. O. las, aaid Justice laauad an ordarof Attach ment in the atttvs auuon for tha aurne of rive Pol lara and Interest. JAMES TURN J p ooiiK-waw Professional. tiV Vc tHBOir a. r Jt, 4i " am r -ft aS"V BYE Ac 1 V1 V And lor Ut fvut thrt ymr Rurnu in ih Umud 8Ui Ntry, htvj openM n ofUv t No. STS.Tbird trMl, btwMD JefWrBOD and Ht. Clair itrtt Drtb id. HfiDf hvi lb ftdTft'iUgA of Lh iltuiuii to Nw York tuid Philidrlptaia, wiUi Iwanif yaui of lucosiaful pralir, iti nttiictd mr rul Miurad by iieUiiw bi ftdvio fehat thmy will ubttuo '17 id Tantfttfj.TlmtUi dvujtl coodilion o( lit Aanc of Medians (mu rendor. Vr. WiBcur?N OoNSUMPTION, THROAT and all PREriPIKATUfcY J.ISBaHKH By MKUIOAL IN HALATION th only rliU raeam knotro U tb urpleMioD.wbicb ban provno ao umrrtailr aiuioMa fUl in tli Esutaud in Kuropa. Ha traau ail dlaaawa ofthaKTKaud EAR, a)o all dnetuoa pwulia lo Faoialoa, and all Ob ROM O OOMPLAINTU wha4-o-avar majr ba tbair vharaoiar. Tbamoni J nor ad u- lOUl Wilt ta CODTIDOatd Of hi! lUMUl h OavllinA ait hia Offlea No. 978, Third atre(. Davlou, or by obuiamg latiara to lOTalida a-blob la oirrulatwd ffratuitouuly. uroca noura iroina o'oiocr a. M. all o'clock r. M. ooUfttlAwsiu MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. A. ORIUIR will baraafier aUand arWtiW.v -0 aa oflloa praotlua, and will giv "8paial Attai- tiun" lo lha trMiraauf of CHRONIC DIHRA.HftH. munh aa niaaaaaaof tha THROAT and of IU RYE uuiAn, DtnuriiiAuB AiiEuuunn, ettj rnm ary ana Buconuarr bikmiliw, UONOHRHtJtiA (IiKB.1, BlHlUlUKaia. J M fUlKNCV, Aa. Al: uieBAiri rat-puAB to TiMAitt, tm.1 avary vanity of vraivriic Anatisi, W 1 1 eaves v as j UiJ UJ I OlUaVraO . Olflc hour from 7imlo8pm, Hiindaya, 7 to 10a m( I lo I p at. Offltt Cornarof Jaflareoa tuid RSfth ( riairinn wasiw. ocu-inMiimv-ii -'- 1- Ml ... . 1 .J FOR RENT OR SALE. rR Bd Cottag Houa, with Rood tabliag, and i) tba appurUtDancat aUached tharato, and im uivsi m ffiMMi Krouun, huiuioi tor (DuaaniDtf purposes; . .uwwu aa- tfiv piusjii. ui 1.11 e Ull Wni, JUcItJ writer. i h raaidarxN u on lha old l rov Pika. a uutrir Mra SAKAH BIOH Bl.BlRdKK, ootT-dfrw SHERIFF'S SALE. Of valuable Real fetaiein and near Farmer.. ill. uoia. Raaore, at al. "I No. tm Levi R axaii aiu.t Monigomerv Oouotv Bamnal boJahafler at. al. J superior uoun. T virtue ol and la obedianoe to the command of XJ an order of aale made by the Huperior Uourl of HoniKvioery uoustv, uojo, 1 will oner al PBhlu vm toe ff-HiH. r-BruereTuie. oa FRIDAY, November 18tb, 18Gt at I o'oleok P. M at aaid day, tha following described real a. 'ate via: Situated in Jackeon towoThm. S canary Oouaty, Ohio. Haifa ton Iota numbered ne Hundred and Ten (110); Ona Mtutdre l and Ilevrn(lll)! One Hundred and Twelve (lis); one rjuuu'ea ot i nineen iii0i UBS nuaared and Kour- ie hi mw on. nui.urea ana rirteen tiiaii iim.i eu in ine incoporatea village of rarmersviile, luaaid County and Bute. Also, tbe lot owned Henry Houser deoeaeed, situated ia Socuon No. m, Townahiu four 14), Kange four (), out containing two acres and one hundred and twelve (UK) rode beiugllie reaulue lead conveyed to the aaid Henry boua. r in kia tile nouarr in ortof Moni wiueuy tne ora.roi tne rroDaieuounor Monta-omery County, Ohie. and to him by ona Michael ekkwana. aduvnutreior of Iheeetat of Oaniel Hwartsel deu d aim, that tract or land owned hv the aaid Hmn StouaBV la hie lias tiwi. aitualed IB. Mia -n. ouartev of aei-tioa twenty-one (HI) Townahip four lJ. Kengelour(J, eaM aad bouaded and described HegiBBiua al tha amilhweatoaraer and runnine aaat asventy-lhree (7Sj rods to die oeuter of Ute HerineB- w.at aieaBBOrta mrnpike Road, UieDce uu.mi wwMwun hi. rots os. nuodreu Bad (lit we iei twm ne il . uieooe mmiui . .ht.. im. iini w . piece vi Destaoing, onuiaining nine teu (U) acrea more orieaa, ami baa been aplumieed aa luikiwa : ' l.ot no. its rariuer. villa at , ass OS ' I" " at su ue : : i " at : M z " " H " at u su I. .. us .. at 74 ue - lie al eu uu The two aoraa Bad lit roada t) lend al llui tr acre. The 1 acre tract of land ai a... m u. and eanaol aell lor leae than or eaid apuraiaiiMat, i.imi.wii.ijia oae year ana he balaoee u two yeaxa from lha day of sale. The deferad pay anaou to Deer per eenl. lute'eel rrum the dey of aaie aaa w a secured uy nUu. on the prenileei UU. WOtiAHAel, HhenB I. Taoarsoa, AU'y. oeil7-eew SHERIFF'S SALE. La Daw a Wla va TtteOaytoa Land Locomotive Mantua Maaaay-rtlT lag OocnvBiiy. ho s Mos4fomry Oeunly Supanor Oourt. Til virtue ei ten sevaral sxecnttaaa watwd ta Utls XJ aeee, I will oner at Pubtie dele at the ebon of A BWdea, Bio. San fret elreet. Uaytea, Ohio, oa SATURDAY. N'..k 9u,i. kci lalto'olaoaP M.of aalddayth followln, rood, and ahaulee to -Wll : One ateata Wefoa wiia ".iiegi.ee il. . A T.lru . - ....... . . . ' " ee .ne property of f".' ''''. " "a maanben ofVl ani ol the liavtoB Lead Locomot... w-.k.T- 2"-.. Cm'l!'m"'- ,h auu ol U Doa sad Wiea ""' BSO. WOtJAMAN, hen. Ool OTICB --Oath irHta of tteMmtr. IM4. BDIOn fkM6l Mollovltaarwannnle thiA . . I MP. ft'rKi hmr rmimam im tita t'iur I iZ'J&'&'SZ? MplS-wSlf hliv n-roH. i Auomey s.' , (LVJ !,i...ii.jin ,n- GOOD 17X3X70! v U I Clothing Store. M SCWARZ 4 ROSIN. ARfi JIIST OPEMINO A NEW CL0TI11YG U0VSE, Aad would respectfully Invite Uie CITISKMB Or DiTTOIf 1KB TIOINITT To rail at tbalr Store Adjoining ihe Empire Ofice, i . i ud eiamiaeib irnew STUCK OP OLOTHINU Geutleman'8 Furnishing Goods. Which waa bought exclusively for Cash and at iiiitiTruci. Tbe junior partner, Mr. Roeif, baviug been ooanected with wholesale manufac turing Clothing House In Cincinnati, which give the firm the eJvanlaire. and assurance to the people, that their stock wa CAREFULLY SELECTED! Ail tho djauiag to make tJaeir F PUHOHABB8, will iad that MONEY GN UK SAVED by calling at tha EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, W8. Mai. mt. risillip. uonae ,ana aaiolnlng tne imp ire Uffioe. ecetlald r '