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fiilllH Xj WWW llV JL. .a.JLJ A- , m, Aii City and Other Matters. Arrival and Departure of Trains. rjins itrrtve and oVpiu"l Irom tho Union ntnotan Olio .1 LfftVP. Katdern Xxprnis 5.0 a rri "inrmiiati Mail liHtO a nt dincinnnh A ouo M mOi Irtti 6l,. i tl-im p m lt-.pTPf 4;in n m rri to ftrW ft m 13-110 m SiW i ni 7 " pm An-omodt.lion H:i.n p m 1:05 a m Ki))ruxNsU)pti ru Mtddleiown and ilmmlton only. dtTonfu- rind (Jr9tt Watern. Kt'rn K)ri.......v....ul......l W p m Million Accommodation..,,,,,...,,.,,., a m Dayton ami Michigan. Otrm?n Mrt.l 10;(I ft m ChtoAo hiuI Detroit RxpreM H:Wm Dmton, Xcnxa and (Mumban. Kvitri)fytifoM. ...., 73S ft ni ' A:fKatn 4:03 p m 9:45 r m :0 p in M ft m u m ft m f!fi1nmMifl a.rnommortation 11:0.1 a m Ktern Kxnrene tt:4t p in 'Leaves daily ej...ept MojtdAyi. Saiiihtnhtt Jnyfon an-l Cincinnati. "nndif-kv M-ul loon a m Btdlui'otiiiiiiii Accommodation.,., 8:iH t m 4:Vpm 2:0 p m tn'Uttun Central mid Daytn fin i Western. Ht. tuiff ftfW Chiofticn Mml..... n.1 n m 7:5 ft m Ki'-limond ArvomtnodtUion !i:4.rnni 1 1 :M m t. Loin Kxprei4 4-.1t! p rn 1:0 p m )fiv(.-n mid Union. Accommodation .r....0;OU a. ra .'IIS pm KxpieiM i..... e:Mtf m ' 9:4.5 ft m J. L'H. LONG, Agent. !Bf.1T.rTo Ma Fsiv;KI44 Tlni ureal event of the preHiit IninintiR season will come ofT to-night at lleckel Hull, it lieisi the occasion of the (ifand Te-stimonuil Bene fit to Mr. Fredericks, ihe populur and gentle manly iimniiijor of the "Soirees Iramati(Ue," which hae been received with so1 mueli faor hy our citizens during the past two or three weeks. This lienelit is ihn ToJunliiry and spoiitannons od'crin of a lui;n immlior r. our moit prominent ciilizttiia. It was ten" dered to Mr, F. as a testiuuniiul ol the retail) and enteaiti in which ho is. luslil.Jjjr the patrons of the drama here, at) a mining or iirnl a (.thiIi niau. It in a filling compliment to one who richly deserves it, and we cannot doubt Unit it will h hubalantiiil benefit. 11 : .i Fully and gratefully appreciating the com p'imenMr. Fredericks has ppatrd no cllVirt to make the entertainment thia evening till that could be dtjirel t .The pluy ! ei'li t-d tot the occasion is the grand old comedy of "London Assurance," with KJuiund Col as "Dolly Spanker," aud M(d. IVrry as ' i.ndy (Jay Spanker." It will he a rare treat' Owing to the great length of the play, there will be no after piece. '1 hn stugn uppo.nt menu and seenio arranfiiients will 'fcurpitHft any thing ever before witnessed in Ouytou We shall be greatly (,urui i.'diic Jiwijipoiufr cd if fceckel Hull linen not contain the largest crowd lo-niglit lhattr rihsemliled williin its walls. LiOokino up.' ror Hie last woek. our city has presented an unutiually lively appearance. The market JiV9' ieeo jaraeli UondinLLj me country people mrraera ate. eiRing in their products country dealers in large num ners, are maxing tneir purebnses at our wholesale houses and the hotels are throng with people from abroad, who are vwiling the city on business or pleasure. A friend from Cincinnati remarked to us yesterday that Dayton waa a lice town. He was sur prised at the large amount of business trans acted hereand the great number' of people who throng the streets at all limes of day, Dayton is a live town, and being the groat central mart of the Miami Valley, wn know no good reason why it thou Id not continue The evidences of local thrill and pros perity all around us are nbuudant and grat- i(Jinf?i1' ;.' v '" vtv"-"," Iuk "Uappit l! AaiLY."-r.lt ia reported u the sLreets we do , pot vouch fur the story that two prominent county officials of the abo lition' persuasion, had around at fisticuffs this morning. There was, as the story goesi considerable amount of wool pulling before the belligerents could be separated. ' We are extremely sorry that such things should oo- juna Ibis usually peaceable commuaity, and 'or tie good of society m the future, wo sug i?est that, the sentiment contained in the fol 'owing niirsflry rhyme be 'heraafler strictly "ijbaerved: i' ' : ' ... " dogs delight In tisrk nj hiie, ' Voron.1 hath msdo thain Mfi ; " ' ' " IjM besni and liuaa growl mid lllit. " ' Kor 'tis their nutllrn loo. Bnt hrudders" you Hhoulil never let '' " Vourugry pamiious rnM, ' " " Your "loyal" hand mm nover mde ' 1 " ''a pull arh utlir's wool." ...i i. Tbb PitiBm-if Hqusk. Andy ' S)ang, Ihe jTopular and gentlemanly proprietor of the 'hcenix Mouse, is considerablr "enlaririne " of. this excellent hotel, . A large luuiueroirpomsiDine tiecKei building, ad- oiuing the hotel, are being fitted up hi splen strle, which willadil'ratl to tint UoilU. ies or me -nonse. nirrnii Is-' flrst 'a"" note' no batter can be found any where fact whiah the - Irarolligg public should tnil In n.nnl,a D .n " I to fuiak Noticb, Tlie auuscribera to the 8outlMat vlnrket House', are requested to miike ' psy- oieutol tfiarr t)rst istainout of, tws nty nTf er cent, immediately. Thilip Walla, ,Treas irer, aod H. O. Koerua, are authoriced o uake oollectioo J, HOOI.K,' Prea't ,.. N.L. Auiltjasorotary,',' ;;' '.' ," Fo Hunt, Throe ryotn in the Foundry uilding nowooounied by Stout, Mills & Tern Jde, on C,bJ belpw Thfrf fRreet,; sititablw for fjtaiiufacluring purpose", including Foundry lam. with niituJa,., iL'.J i ..' : ' 1 i ai.i jj kj .t o 1 , mm QQ. xcolled ia loeatioB. Knqulra on the premi- " .il l .- . MffML w. 'AMflHAM. . August 16 - i ' . . v w4 a , Casruiiks, UuwoikS, Aa.n ,8i.iiobs. The 'i'oimiT. estahlfsWent oV'j7Uos;don & i "'" i.ibiiu itM ruuriu airvat., ia now turniti out a large and splendid lot of (rriagea, Busies and Sleighs, The menu factory is jinder the immediate control of W Y Phillips, and.tlio style and uiutlitTiOl the t.'lrk is unsurpassed. i ne iirm ot Liiingiion a Mro, are also ex- lansive dealers in Hardware, at No. 7tj Main street This is one of the ol lest and moi1 popular Hardware houses in the Miami Val- i loy.anJ all who want to uuroliaie ftrticlei in tic ia line iliouM ntil full to gire ihrtn e, call. IBB WiATiKn,--8ifce the hawt tuXn6 Mtuiduy 4ujt)jiH!wr TiH(Uy' tiortiing, which caused a very considerable rise in the Miami the weather has been remarkably cool for th hi son. 'I he last two mornings frost wasse' riously threatened, hut did not make its ap penrance. iNoaainage lotne growing crops of corn and vegeUhles has jet been experi eiiopil from that source in this region, a focket Book containing about one hundred dollars in hills, and) some small currency. A reward of Five Dollars will bo paid to the finder, by leaving it at the Empire Olfioe. j Uiig22dlt iloTui, Furnitukk at AuLTtoN. On Wed nesday, Thursday ami Friday, August 30th and 31st and September 1st, C. P. Huber & Son will noil all of alio Furuiture btlouging to the tanners ar.d Mechanics' Hotel. This will be a big sale. Look out for it JiooT, Shob, Hat and Cap Stoiib, Having purchased tho entire stock of Roots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, of Fred. Kelbold, at No. 222 Fast Fifth street, (Orugou,) we are prepared to oIFar superior inducements to all who wish to purchuse anything in our line of business. We also manufacture to order every kind of Hoots aud Slues, of the best material, at short notice, aud are constantly adding to our stock everything that is new, durablo and beautiful. Work warranted. V' respectfully solicit .a share of public patronage. Allowayh A Gross. - i I "If". . ao4dwlia Watchus ANiiJnrtLKV. We call attention to the nJvertisement in this day's paper, ol 3. Ilaymond A Co., No. 1182 Grand Street, New York. They oiler inducements to those, iu want of Watches mid Jewelry on terms rarely to bo met with any where. Head the advertisement carefully. Special Notices. fl.AMTATION MlTTf.llS BY THR Mll.. P H Drake S. Co , last yt ar sold nearly two million bottles of 1'i.antation IIittkhs. Allnwinv twelve inches to the bottle, set in a continu- line, they would extend 3T! miles. What nation of invalids wo are I Just think of a stream, three inches square, extending from New i orlt to Buffalo, being swallowed by hu man stomachs in a single year. Yet, people appear iq thrive uudei it, aud repeal .with pleasure. We are inclined to think Drake & Co , are entitled to the persimmons, Viva la Plantation, S. T. 1860 X. ' The Oldest Medieal Practioe. Is that of the family, Long before doctors were kodwu, the head of tho family examined and prescribed for the members. From the neces aity oi the case, tbe brat and often moat Important stage of every disease is treated by tbe patient s parent or Durse This being so, how important that the means on hand should be simple, ample and efficient. Humphbiit's Hoiiikpatiih) SpioiFioa (advertised in another nolo mil) perfectly meet this want and should be in the hands of every intelligent family (buokU Bitter. "There la many m trite werd apekea In Je,',ai,l a gfntmnan to hlilrisn re nrUed Itist ''Ureeneatcke are fees' but Kebacks are better." SeeC. W. Roback't Advertisement of his Bitters in another column. The Ikead that inlgnl be Llrla(. It is sad to think that , thousands die annually with the means of life) and health almost within arm's longth. Many a WHttklinggotMi down to the grave every day whom the timely use of IIOHTETTEB'8 OELKBIt ATED STOMACH BITTERS woohl have saved. It is a consolation. however, to know that this glorious Tonio a, vitalising Elixir without a single drawback is preserving the lives of mul- (JtUtles. , Ia cawrfnof guowal debility and prostration, it is producing effects that are lerhaps Tnore astonishing than anything heretofore observed or recorded in the tie tory or medical treatment. Feeble, ema ciated, and despairing . patients, whose powers of ...digestion , seem to be aotually extingiiislied, recover theiv appetite, streogth sutd apirita, under a course of the Btters, with a rapidity that is positively mziitg.l!0 AJlthattlia pnoprieterj origin ally expected fhmr-thpreparattoh was long sghu)W "into ?thl !- shad, i W . U actual resulu. New virtues. whleK had never thought of attributing to It an continually being developed in its appHp. tion to new easesi Aa a preventive of tlseaM of every clasa aud aoonstitutional invigoreut it stands alone and unapproach- in bjr all It Medical. Dr. JOHN UULL'H CompoundCedron Bitters :!';)';:) .i .' t f t , H'f. ill Lttett Hi Moat Importaat BUtcry OF TBK rl!ETEESfTII CEMTVRT I t t "VTA ra4nitftmi In Tnnre Intlmiiteir novmmted wlta 11 th hiNtnrv nr MATBRl A M atMflA in the linltM Httti,or moretsvorehiv knowa asap'.nat la' tea ow Discovary, itism m oi . I . . i i. .... ' v ' JOHN BULL, OF I.OUI8VILLI, IINTUOKY, HtufnimlUhU Mrmrftli4 lARSAPAItlU A hMlonir wtorvlftt Out hMl ot MteTftiiusoomp4UBd oi innt TaiunniA nruv. His Compound of Wild ChnrryhaJi become a housenold word inmuphout the wesl and South. Hin Worm Lob- : ' nre. in lets thana-year. ( M s after their intraduction at tained a reputation an wirin- aoreari as the centtnent or NUIW fl AMt-rtlUA t Rutthftorownlnff vlorrof his life rtmiin to ho t tftined hi hi titooTry, or rftthercomtniifttion, for he loon not onm tn hnim lnn thwrlnforprnrof OtitftAW, whih intho hautt or th Hitlers ibw ottorod to the public That honor Mtnnn to tht ti.tiT inhftbitantN or tJnatrftl AmonoA, to whoia it virtuon n.T hPtn known for moro thn two humtrptl Ynan ArmAtl with it tho Imliftn bM doftonoo to tho mont HoodlT mftlftna, ood handlfq, without mar, tho moit wonom aun nrpmtt. It in n htif with thom, that whilo thnra in oroath in ino nonv. rno uotiroit ia otnot to num. Bomatcor wnai iitoaiaoaao maw no. - i Whilo Or. BuIIih not prpparod to ndora thia 01 tr'tmrant protonaion.ho i ooToriholAai oatiHffPd from athnrmtvh nxaminaiion of tho ovtdnao relatina: to hh viriuoo. fchtoa a ramody and urovootMivo for all (liMifiertartsiDK front ovpoauro, oithpr to ohanaof woninor or oiir.iaie, or to mmimaiir innuooceaiK toads . . WITHOUT, A RIVAL i And luitlvdnervesthereputstinn It faas touc;en. loynuin ueotrivi America ana intt west iuuies. 1 ' And i laattonianttrain of ajrmptomaj t acta xnoi Ha- OBAltM than a modtoioa. Tharo ia nothioa; ia tho wholo raatfo ot Uataaia Modioa ttwioan loro qiodidI tioaraeoiiipr.i(o with it id thin diaoano. A fuliawouiit of thia wondorfiil plais may b"!ouai tha elavoath Mitt on of the Unitod tftatoa inuana-, atorf, pmei I.IH7 antl l.Hfl. , A aertosj of oxponmaotaln which Pr.nult tiaa boon far wara aagaitad, hac ut boon brouvht to aiuoooaa ftil iormloation, and bo ia now onablod to oil f to tho public a oombtoatltMJo'OEOROH with othorarorod tonia,th wholo preaorvod in tho boat quiWUy of ooppordiatillod HouHmjo Whik?, which ho im oopH dent haa no a)iia) in tha world. Hamigl.irurumharo'umoof oorliflnatoa, btit th uMiohava lon )icre Inarnsd to estimate auob i huiK their truavaluo. Tho aafoHt plau ia, for ovor r on toteatfor himaoll the virtuea of a now tnadioina Z v GIVB THE OBDRON A lc, . BITTERS OttB TRIAL AND YOU WILL NKVEB UUi JOTT l UTBIBS. ,. , TtlnnlnwnlopuMuhlonir llatof diiwai mt for whleh the ORllRON klTTKHH araaMOllla. 1 diMuaa el tbt . ., . BOWELS, LIVER OR KIDNEYS la all tnantians ot the BRAIN, DRPRNDINO OrON DBRANtlRhitNTOP run wtomaob or bowrlb. IN UOtIT, RRVt'UATISM, AUD. VslURALOM. ' AatJta is deatinaiito auaawwui .11 , a; v, u ODlycuraalhe.aiaaa, bul II praveatrt them. 4 "'Keri.UiM,, hur bafora aa.it, maal, wlllobviaia Ih III n-..,u ... euiwa,Hil nmo tbt imoo ia hn. It aial auaaaf uiamaalirylafvspoatua. . SXM.D BY UBlKWItlTi OttOO) IBI UKKSALI.Y Pnanp! OflMa, nith im 4,JUu7av"Vi if y. 01,0 YHOI.S9ALl AM 0 BITAtL BT ,i . i 1,,,' : J. 8. FBIZEM, AGENT, , WHOI.SWALB AMI) B mil. pBOOOIBT' Stsaaee a4sU, Dsrtoe.OkW ' ,1 .ia WS jm sells BULL'S SAKAAABILi, A. , BOLl-B WOI IM OBSTBUYBB, IIOBYBUr I Telegraphic. LATEST NEWS. The Gold Market. Nkw York, August 23 fluid is vascillating though active. The current demand for customs appears to be to a large extent met by the Treasury sales of Gold. Yesterday's bfeak in tun firmness of Ins exchange uraw efit, and the prospect that Cotton shipment may soon reduce quotations for Kxcbange, have also a depressing effect on premium This morning quotations ranged at 14H(o) 141 More of the Assassination Plot. I Indianapolis, August 23. A man named l.emos, a supposed accomplice of the assassin liooth, and a woman, believed lo be Jennie Lipping, were arrested at Fort Wayne, Ind yesterday, by order ol General llovey, military commandant ol Indiana, lioibarenow iu the Military Prison here, l.einiis is the same man who was recently arrested in New Haven Connecticut for robbery, but subsequently escaped. Wertz Farce. WIsuikoton, Aupuftl 2S, The Werts Com- misaivo met this morning. Colonel Chip- atan read an order trom the War Derartment, dsted yesterday, dissolving the former Com- ntitsMin, but appointing auotner, couaisting ui the same members, ' These were again sworn 10-day, aud Captain Werlz again arraigned when charges ami specifications were read They are in main substantially the same as those presented. The alterations iaclude striking out of the numus of K E Lee, James ASeddon and Lucius D Northrop, assume of those with whom the unsoner is accused of combining and conspiring to impair and injure the health and destroy the lives by sub jecting them to torture nnd great Buffering, of large numbers ot federal prisoners, to the number of 30.1100 soldiers in the miliiury ser vice of tbe United States, held as prisanersat Alidersonville, Ac. The churge of murder is retained, and the specifications include most of the cruel puniebmeiitB and acts of barber it. . Judge Uughes spoke of these proceeding!, arraigning 1 the 1 prisoner on a list of , new charges, ko., without giving counael due oo lite, a extraordinary, and asked that auili tibial time be given lo enable the prisoner to- prepare fur bis defense. This was granted and the Court adjourned till to morrow morn ink. 'i he Counsel for Werta have retired, conceiving that they have done all they could lor bun under Ihe circumstances. Pennsylvania Democratic State Convention. aH. . .Hakuishuro, August 23 The delegates to the Democratio .State Convention are already hare in considerable numbers, i he impres sion gains here that the old nicubmeiite Tor the Auditor and Surveyor General's ollices rill be renominated. Mr. Barr, for Surveyor General pomes very strongly enforced from the West, while Isaac Slenker, old Auditor, is ready to accept the rmomiimtioa, sanguine that he can succeed In being re-elected on hit merit at an oHioer. .. Terrible Steamboat Accident. Louianl.l.K, August 23 The steamer Argosy No 3, Captain Vandegrilt, from Cairo toCincinnati, with the Seventieth Ohio, In fantry, about three hundred strong' was blown ashore in a rain storm Monday eveii'g, near Uatneld Landing, eighty miles below Louis ville. The concussion exploded the mud- drums. Steam coming aft, scalded twelve two fatally. Two more are expected lo die. Between thirty and forty jumped over board, eight whereof were drowned. The steamer Argosy No. I, formerly a gunboat, Captain Shanks," brought tbe regimeut here, and trtnsfered them to the steamer Uenural Lflls, for Cincinnati. Martin Long, Co. K , and a discharged Indiana soldier were scal ded to death; Herman Behrans, Hugh Taylor, Aaron r lacua, John Kodrick, Amos Kose, Alfred Rader, and Jos McDaniel were drown ed; Wm. EgleabofT, Michael Murray, Norton ghelby, Mr. Brisbee, and Isaac Taylor were erely scalded. Southern News. Ukw Vork, Aug, 23. Tbe Tribune's Rich- mood special says the session-room of the United elates Court is being speedily out in complete order in lima for the commence ment term in uoiober. ihe Court holds the firal aessien in Norfolk, Sept. 4. , It ts confidentially asserted, in Icnal cir cles, that Jefferson Davis will be brought to mcomona lor iriei. Civil affairs in Lynchburg are now admin istered by officers elected by the eitisens last Juue, and one of their very recent acts haa been to paas an ordinance expelling from the city all colored persons who hare not been residents for the past three years. " the planters in , that Immediate JnUict. having gathered in their crops, have turned off their help without pay, compelling tht Diacat 10 congregate in the larger towns lor protection. The Mississippi Convention. Jaossom, August 21. The Times' special ays the following Constitutional Amendment pasted the Cquventuia this morning, bye rpte of 86 to 11: Tbe iustilutioo of slavery having been destroyed in the State of Mississippi, neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, other than in poaishment of crime, whereof Ihe parly shall have been duly convicted, shall hereafter exist; sud the legislature at the next session, aod thereafter, aa the public welfare may require, shall provide by law for lbs protection, aud security of person and property of the freed men of the Mtate, and guard them and the Bute against any evils which may arise frost sudden emancipation. Jaouom, Augeet Tt Tbe Times' s special ays the Convention paaaed an ordinance declaring tbe ordinance of secession null and void, aud repeal 1 all ordinances of ths Con ysntion of 1861, except tbe revenue ordin ance, which the Legislature will act upon at an informal meeting. The delegates, in their iadividual capacity, presented a memorial, expressed ia eloqueatteims, peiitioBiof Pres ident Johnson to extend ths pardon of Joseph Davis and Governor Clark, which was acqui eeced in by all present. From Washington. August 23 The President 10 day was occupied several hours in giving audience lo more than a hundred visitors, aosM ot whom eewe from the Soata xpreseir wpwiuoe pr parox'U- , ,f ney presented no convincing reasout why their cases should have priority over those previously filed The President granted two pardons yester day and two to day. General Kwell was again at Ihe Attorney General's otliee this morning, endeavoring to procure a favorable report on bit own application : Hon. II V Johnson, formerly a candidate for Vice President on the Douilas ticket, who was lately pardoned, succeeded in oblaiuing a long interview with the President. ; The Postmaster General will not, as many or hit friends desire, be a candidate nr the Seiatorship of XMiio,- at Mr. SherBian't Successor. New York Market. NEW YORK, August 24 Cotton firmer 45n45. Flour active and 15a20 better at 750a77 S for extra State and 8 HOu'J 10 fur round Hoop Ohio. Wheat steady and quiet nt 220u200 for wiuter red western, and 1 Goal 67 for amber Michigan. Corn active and two cents fnwer Int. U2itf2 fnr nnsnuml anil Q9.MU')1 for sound. Kys quiet Barley dull. Oats ami anil lower nt tiu a nu iur western Beef dull, Cut Meat quiet. Buttpr quiet at at 2Hu29. Cheese quiet at Hal&o Pork lirmer at 31 00a32 2& for new mess, nnd 30 SOnllO 50 for 'C3 and 64. Lard firmer l!IJa24 Whisky firmer at 2 19a2l) for western. Petroleum quiet nominal. New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, August 24. Stocks strnngrr. Money on call, fiat! Sixes and Five twenties coupons Ifl7 Gold 1 133 ; Krie 83 ; United States Cs 'Ml coupons 1 117 , Chicago, Burlington li Qoiticy 112; 6-20'e coupons 106 ; do new isane 105; 10-4.0 coupons 97 ; coupons lOtf) 6a '74 coupons 99 ; New York Central 94 Sterling dull 8 ; One Year Certificate 98J (leading 103; Atlantic & Great Western First Bonds, Ohio division 99; Chicago i, Kock Island 105 ; Chicago & Alton 104; Fort Wayne 96 ; Chicago nnd Northwestern 27J ;-leveland & Pi'tsburg 61J ;lllinols Cen tral Scrip 1 19 ; Indiana Cenlrai lllti; Michi gan Southern 62 ', Western Union Telegraph 73; 6'20's registered 105; 7-30 s coupons 993 ; Ohio and Mississippi, 75 ; Canton 39 Cnmherland preferred 43 ; Pittsburg, Fort Wayue it Chicago 941 ; Cincinnali Columbus & Cleveland 125; Cleveland A. Toledo eS ; Milwaukee & riairie du CUien 39 ; Harlem 80. CHALLliNGR. AS a RTpat ileal hn been aaidin rnfnrence to Hint auainKt a fruit ilrvltiir houte wean tnaitufatHuriDif, wn now tit ko thia nithoi1 nt tnotina thrt ipntlitioa ot mir hou o with tho one nianiUHcttired ti Wstviiiire. Vomit 4fn., m ihe Court Houan lot In the eiiy uf I'Hviuu, nun, on any m y ino aiiove iiarueH may at uoint. e will tHt itH(iiAiitiK Hith p4a'htM or any other saiira ui hum nun pttiitj nit iinrniii itt ui inniUK iir, ac. in anawtfr 10 ttiiM y the oiiove parti en aaitiug lorlli hoiiay lor tnal in vuiuodfMf', KUIIN4. IIILMMUS A MI'IHJUKI.L. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. S4MITKL K Al'CII KB haa Informed me that he hodtrt a unit tUHintl tho rutin of Jacobuettr. re- uenotJ k( Hi,0. I twrahy a am all pr-tont not lo iiiri'hNe any aurn tabto lai. liomuaetf ntn-h note t I tut it It it r-j-iirioiiB. '2nd, hernUM Hld Uamuel Kaa('hpr owon (h en late of Jacob Uetter iiinttad ol tho en Late owiusUim. , plflHN POPrRNBtKOKB. aug20 4tw ' m' Of Jaeubelt?r. deo'd NOT i OK ia hi-rotiy ivn to all traonaoot to trut my wif-s ftonhia Bocker, aa 1 will nay no dabta ol liei contrnctiug. IayUot AUfftiat 21, ItWtO. . . - . . dSi ROAD NOTICK. XJOTIliK if hereby iTn that a petition will bo prcMentfil fathfi ComantitiunorH of Moattfornery nDniv. hi ihtir neit nidation, to b htild on ibn int Homlayuf Wept4mter. A. 1. 11M6. oibtu a for tti altertuioti of the couuty road leiMiiuff from Farmer ville, in Moiitffomrry county, to Wi ohewt-r. in Prpbla county, Ohio, via the Diaraonil nn in I'reN oounty, Skf.rUUU,.i fl Aawrf . II. ln;n. .1 . k. - .. 1.. 'I road on Iho twnk of Tom'n run, Dear K. attermao'a barn, from thence went along naid Tom run tiaJaco)i IClry'i alonii the old road to the north Isaak o Twin nreek; thtne wuhI alitrg, or na , tho caii oorib baak oUuid Ttn ortok to th oounty line road A PhrilTlDMB. 1 aiigSiiw PH1E1II HOUSE. 1 1 Tblrd Ntroet, Dayiva Oht. A. BPANti, Afent. TIIIR hotel haa rneently been nptjreit, and in pro par4 to iiamtit travalera and tho puMir tiuaurally in the bat tyl mlUdlm $15. t., WATCHES ! , $25 WATCHES WATCHES I Alarpe importinti Uoiino elt-Hinij( buHinaria nffera a fino aHtortmi-nl ofrheap (.old, Hilyr and ;oin poiitioii ('liMed WitU'hoa i Kilter H no leg Lpinea, o mt i'oin HilverM Vry pretty tune pie'eM, and WMfntnied to run and kaep rood tiliinl Print flf pr oawe ot mx, 7". ; Milyt-r Miii.tnui livcra. full en Ifntved, both by hand and engine turning The move mnnd it warranted, f till lmgied mud mvuii e. PrWH f'.! ; ir (! ol kit, IMP All orders nfeira ( rompt attention. ' j 11 "l.llBlbloHouao, NvwYork Agents Wanted, I.lVKRVWHttttKJaaa-TvHsy tmnarablo tinalaoea J j Avenlie now make from eiyht to len iloliartt aday AdilrnNsj with atamp en lotted for parttrulam, At . ,. r, tANKIAIA4)0., HRtatioo DM Now fork P. U. Uliion Insurance Company, I I OK DAYTON,' OHIO. 1 (JAP1TAL HTOOK 10O,000 OI FIOK Bl THIRtl trTHKBT, UfrPrUKhA Kike's Dry Onndartlora, ouiKisila Iba j Melhodiat fhiireh. 1) I r a o t i r s ' JnaaphOleKK. 1 . Wsrraa Muaaar.lr. : I lamaa Turner, William Ihxoa, aalilllal Khomly, Juha I" I.ylle, kaaiamia Kuhiia. B. Jl. t'avoa, fir and Marine Bisks Taken at Cnr ! rent Hates. I JUHSFH CI.Klia, President. Gaosus M. Yoaaa, Saaraiary. Ms BOOT AND SHOE I asa HAT AND CAP ST0EE MO. lot at AIB 8TBBKT. j. r. lihtz a boh , nu . 1 n , w 11 m ,1 uiav oaa rr.ui to Im aual lo aaj ia Ilia warkal, al prwaa le I nay amo uiania.llllr 10 eeeat all sates of ftdlPS Gents &. rhiliirnit U n v..i(vnD WO in attwj !) biuub Ruii reaoooanio prteoo, r - O. J. WILL ABD, j Ne. ST BROADWAVf NEW VOMH, ' ' ' VIUIUUl ' i PIANO FORTS &M LSI (' DEAltU , V HOLM MA ) lUIHT Tot w m. A. Pvttd io'; (nnr l 10 ni n it .rmj ac win. Hnabc & aod uihor imt CIonh PIA.3STO FORTIES, AND CAHART, NWnntlAM CrrA VRir PAttl.OR OHO A Ml, MHLOt KOfM, MVRtH HARWtyh UM9, MUblC 1 KAVHL'hu AND JthAhRRS Will bo flirniahod with Hhoat Miuio, ItMtrnclioa biMika, I'lam.'-. Orgaoii or MeltuJrotm, at Hlmlf aale r'iioi I WJEW Ml It Haottoaoy ajdrona, free of pontaa, on receipt ol prloo. Vlrlnry at Laat. Hong and... Chorua, hy Wm P Uift.il ury .... Our noblo IhiefhaH PafH I Away, an Kulony on tho' . t l Iealh of AhrahAn Lia i . . coin, by...M...M...w..J R Thomas It1 All llpin fHxio, . y Tm ker...... !.. Jeff In Pettimala. A aong lor f . Ihe Timothy .Tu ker. ..... a-... I'm Lonely aioro ho lelt Me...M Kt llt-r,,..., , lie, or vey down iu Pontiylvfl- nyt Hanftnwiirtt : I ttoliev her true to me H Millard I have ai rr ucti to tell J B Thomas Let him roat. A tribute to tho I toBtephen t.) 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AC Hl.iP-eyrd Kttty May B ltaarsi. , 30 ' (laultiVHroiiM Jonew. (V.tiiia tleonr lbayslivti... ail v, I canno, call hr, Mother. .f.iUliaiiWsrtaiae.e.., , , Jennie livei out UrThe ) Mnhon jti KiitnKon theHiy,.... J it MeMei.... , an J Kitaino, sVattier, ere I dto.., Walker.t.lh,...,MH. .4" Mury me to the Wmmhine H Millattl w , :i(i Angol Child W H Hurr SA ' HiiHtitifiiMMoiid I A radio ii Hlrikma lie. tuiiK hy lau Bryant , V IKmmet ?0 . IMSTRrMEHTAle. NEW WALTZES f.'Ardlta Hellen of Brooklyn.... Dal i la tiraod Vaiao...k..sW Taunt Klowinjc aHrenmlat Piuat..?. Harot Home H Hart's Ache Id. Rial ' brilliantly arrauited I L AMila. Urm. Wm. Warren.. u..Ku. KeLt uor ,... ....Th. (Htti)...H ..Ch. Wet. ,...9eo. Wm. avorred. Jpana MauiiH ..."W r B Allen Jeen Mnnuh h A nil In .y...K fcittfuer... .... 0 i.l tai .... .iu ..; Tft ..4 7A ... f',. ... su ;f .i i.- 1 I lit Lincoln Funeral Maruh. fr,;f,0 Kuntral Mnn-h from bon bMttian ;..... lrHel.;.;.W..I5.'. March Houroine II WnUiMitiaiiftiuMa ot Mkvrrh Trioinnhale Dr. FerftlaHMu Si March Montenegrin B Mwyhui iu' i. VARIATIONS.; Heautdul Dreamer... ..A Banuiati....'. Call me oot lu!k from Ui 1 aeVholertbiphore.,,..., ft (lj Viu. Dear mother Ivui'ome houie to B o Dear ui oilier lvocomo t.uuje to iie .orwr:.. LaniKan'a Ball A Baumat h.... Bond for Illutrate.f Prtco Lift of InatrtimautH and CateUijfiiei of Kevf Uu-tm, .AMrem orders) ; O. J. WILLABD, Wholoaalo Piano ftir and Mu-m ,L-aJer, No 647 Broadway. Mow York. -. . . i ( . ' J9.ly 250.000 Hatchet, (hilBH, Diamond Rlnc c. U OH XII OVr.li 1,(MH.MM. ALL lolio noia lor One Uollar .--M, wiltiout rv fH tn value 0 be itoid for until vmi km.u, what yon ore toreooivo. , ttfLlvfcDlD Lih'l "if eiKHCLU ALL TO hk HUI.I' KOli II Ka.'H ? M Hoi id Hdver luniny ttft froiHiler Halves ao-l Urna.. ... . . ...It: i63"ii i i" ... t to Si i 7 it lo )tuU ... 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