T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Friday, May 6, 1864.

     The Executive Committee of the Fair meets this evening at Long's Hall.  A full attendance is desired.

     Articles for the Fair may be left during this week at Bullene's store, corner of Main and Sixth streets.

     The brick walls of the addition to Dr. Schoen's drug store are nearly completed.

     The Kate Kiney went down yesterday, taking a quantity of tobacco and some passengers from this place.

     Matt Foster has received another large lot of wall paper, window blinds, &c., &c.  Call and see them.

     The entire brick front of Hammerslough's building has been taken down.  The work of rebuilding will soon commence.  A new modern style of front such as we understand they are going to put up, will make that one of the most attractive corners in the city.

     By mistake the firm of I. S. Garver & Co. did not appear in the list of contributors to the Sanitary Fair.  They should have been credited with a donation of forty dollars.

     A portion of the shelving in one of the hardware stores gave way Wednesday night, tumbling down their contents with a thundering crash.  The noise alarmed Main street for several blocks around.  Slight damage was done, and everything was put to rights yesterday.

     The members of the Committee to organize a Fire Company, (Col. K. Coates, S. K. Green, G. G. Crandall, and J. C. Agnew,) are requested to meet at the store of S. K. Green this evening at 7 o'clock.

     The several flouring mills in this county and in Wyandot, and that of Mr. Wilhite's in Clay county, find a good market in this city for the flour manufactured by them.  The proprietors of some of these have made donations to the Sanitary Fair.  All should contribute at least one barrel each of their best manufacture, to be entered for competition as to quality.