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Pi IN TING
OF KVIRT KIND, OtJCfl A. ' 1 '
LARGE AND SMALL,"
AUCTION. SALE BILLS.
AC, AC, AC,
SENT TO TOE OFFICE OF THE
By ths MORtlNO TRAINS, will be printed and
tbe work rat uned by the BV8NINU TRAINS.
OFriCK. Third it., between Main and Jcflanea
Nerer before Exhibited In thU City"
Thursday, Friday nud Saturday
November Id, th and th, at 1 if o'olook . and SATUR
DA If AFTKR.sOON, at ( o'olook.
Or. X. BaaU'a Hew and Colossal Bepresentation
Arctic Voyages M
lMBRA0!VOA COMPr.ETB VOYAOE
a-i from New Yora to tha Arctio Regions of loe,
and vividly portraying tli nenlotie adventureo,
wonderful .ll.ooverin.and .ingultrphenon ena wlt.
nas.i-d by Dr. Kane and hta btave aompanlona.du
iuH nit-ir inmoiii nxpeuiunn in aearcn 01 air John
Franklin, executed by tha lreet American Artlat,
GKOHUr! HKII.GK, Keq., from private Orawlrure
and Sketches furnlihrd by tha late Dr. Kana.
Mr.THOl. HlCKKY.whoaconmpanled Ur.Kane't
laat expedition, and who won for himself ao envia
bla reputation through tola devoted attachment to
tha lamented navlfratur, will appear at eaoh exhibi
tion In Keuulmaux Cottuma.
Beveral of themoit Intereatlnir reltoaof thia ever,
memorable Kxpedllluo, among tvhloh are Dr. Haae'a
oelabrated Kaqulmaux Don, Ktah and Teolmlok,
.' otlo Urease., Medals, presented by Queen Vleto
rla to Mro. Thomaa Htckevi Kaqulmaux Bnat or
Kayak, Walrm Tu.ks and whale.' Teeth, o., Ao.
The very In tare tins narrative of Dr. Kana'a laat
Arctlo KvpcUt.on, by Mr. Thorns Hlokey, Dr.
Kana'scompsu'on-fur aale by tha Author, at the
door. Price 10 oants. . .
Kxhlbltinn evmy evening at 7;;, and Saturday af
ternoon at o'clock.
Ticket! as cental Children IS cent..
novs-dat D. C. LA HUB, Agent.
No. 11G, 31am street.
ILADIES A OEXTI.EMEN,
K YOU Il WANT OF
i anything In the way of
Cii lid rem' Wntr,
Of any Kindt
If ao, you would!
do wall to rememl
N. W. Wilson,
KO. 116 MAIN ST.,
If Al A
Which hanffW. at aa I O W PHI.
i- Ki aa any other houee In the
HTuCall and jujee for
H. W. W1H0J.
otS7 No. lie Main at.
P A. H A. G O 1ST
Gt aerating Gai
Burner it now of
fored to ths public
In full eonttdeni of
Ui poiltiv tupert
orlty over every
other Lamp In ex
It tenoe i and with
tha Murance that
for lmpliolty, safe
ty, economy and
brilliancy 01 Ugtit
It hat no equal. It
afTbrde a ehenp and
Of a broad and clear
flame, requiring no
trimming or other
filling the Lamp
with good burning
fluii--Kiiie quart of
which will furnlah a
light or sixteen
noun, aqufti to the
light rrom tlx ordinary wIck tubes. The burner
can bereadllv applied to all styiti of aolar.Urd or
ooai un, -jampnene or ordinary burning fluid lam pi.
Alio toohanilelieiaor In whatever form a gooo light
may be deilred, at a small expeniu. Old Lamps will
be taken In exchange for new ones, or alterations
made If desired. It Is also ailmlraMy adapted to
the lighting or Churches, Lecture Rooms, Halls,
Ktoree, fco.t and the flxturee-you have can be chang
ed without the expf use of purchasing uew ones
For sale at the JJrug Htore of ir. w. 8TKWAHT.
No. a Main street, and also by A W. HICK.ooroer
of Jefferson anj Third streets,
, Pf DAYTON. OHIO.
NO. B3 MAIN BTHEET.
TO OS. SHZQFFSIt'SI
goo lTgood s
Pretty Qooda Vvw
A Larye Stock of Good
Come with your Caata
ib a Hi a a in a
SALE OF EXPRESS GOODS!
list or ooons rem ainin(i iw. the
UNITED STATED KXPRRtS OKFI0B,
AT rAY ION, OHIO,
W1IX ha aold to tha hiicheat bidder on
tha eth of November, 185, at one o'clock, P.
M., If not called fur and oh'n aid,lMfor tnatuma.
po. 4 a H !
bus, D Fuseryt
C baa. Mr.. .tl.
box, do do
taok, No marki
J, W. s) Josalyni
box, 1. I Bantly)
atovs, J W Creeai
T at, J.ha Vankeh -
T X. A. H Tu. a.n i n
Aad a auubar of other paresis, Ac., to tedious to
awelloa, T. M. JOHN. Aaeat.
OHIO, FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 1859,
IHE DAILY EMMliL
Oetwioa oa ruBLioTiON'
Inpir lliliilg, TUft lU.Btk lib fct.li.lt Jeffum
By WalltB.COoev yea vine van
10 o.at. par Weak. pay. bla tola
n.at. par Week . payable to th.eeer1ov.
Tha Olanlnnatl Tvoa Fonndr Hna,ih. la
oor duly aothoriaed Annt to make eootraeta
aad receipt for AdveniaemenU anbaeripUona,
T. R..:4 -Th. a.u .
areia aom plate trim, and we are now prepared
o an wnn oi an ueeenpuana in (na Deal atyle
oftheart. Call in andazamineonr work and
tTTo KAT.Tta... Av-vtl
Noticea for the Umpire muat be handed into
the office by Un t'elaek on the day they are de-
aireu .o o. puDiianeo ei iam. ne cannot
ir.raii.iDNn tnana iiariDiiaonr,
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
loots who deaira to bare advartiaementa
loeertea in me rrteklv Emvir ahonld hand
Ikam U t. U.,.1. 1 . . I . 1 . 1
. T ..u.y uiuro,,,,;, ..a.i.M..
Our adrertiainc natrona will ner naive
that, by onr arrangement of reading natter,
their advertiaementa will be alway rtrtff a
very important matter to them.,
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
CT A lock?', waa found yesterday morning
a little west of Kimee' old ahop, on the bank of
Miami River. It contained a likeness of two
feoytlee supposed to be mother and daughter.
The loaer can hare information where it can be
had, by calling at this office.
ptf Oe this evening to Ha.ton Hall, and sea
tha Arotlc Panorama, It is a magnlleeat paint
ing. We have convened with a number who were
in laat evening, aad they express themselves aa
d. lighted with it. Dea't forget to buy a book
rrom Mr. lllokey, at the door. It gives a full aa-
teant of ki experlenoe wham with Or. Kane an
bis laat expadltien.
Piobom Hoaimo. Last Sunday being a leisure
day trains not running Conductor 0., aad K..
the clever Tiokat Av.nt.tx.th mhj . ,,,.1.
read when course lay. not a thousand miles from
this city, started cat bright and esrly for a pigeon
hu.t In tha 'grand eld woods' several miles east ef
Lima. The day was spent in ths aiual wav. with
the araat lack and the gentlemen enjoyed them-
salves vastly until they desired te retara te the
place ef etertlni. whan th.v didn't k... -Mh
way to gol This was both perplexing and an
noying, until it became positively serious, and to
them, la their despair, a question of life and death!
The mora they thought they were right the more
they were wrong. Night at length set in upon
them, and aftir stumbling about over logs and
(ambling into gullies for awhile, they feared death
would elose the scene. For three mortal hours
they crawled about among the bashes, a part of
the time on their heads and knees, aafll nature
was about 'gin eat,' when about three o'elook,
Monday mars ing, they get into Liaa 'more dead
than alive.' We leans that K. mt with quite aa
avoidant, having had a seetloa ef his moustache
tora off by the brash la the weode. - These ad-
venturers don't went to hear aay thug about pig.
eons- don't like the subject.
Mjx Kaocxsp DowawMr. D. R. Stain
knocked et the door of the "Toll bouse" just
.... ru..v j v . " , J .
loiorme us mat on Monday nicbl laat. a man
"' ", i.., ana as jnr. ssoore, us
Gate Keeper, opened the door, he waa knocked
down with a club and severely if not fatally
inltJ vk.i.t.. u . t
injured. What tha motive could have been-
wucuei u ruu me noose, or revenge an old
grudge remaina a mystery. The man made
his escape and baa not been heard oi since.
ICT The number of interments for October
sr ae follows:
year and under
10 to SO
20 to 40
40 to 60
year and under
tT Ao anecdote, relative to the late Profea-
aor Wilson, is just now circulating. When the
auitor fortbe band of Professor Wilson's daugh-
ter bad gained the lady ' approbation, ba waa.
course, referred to papa. Having stated his,
prooaoiy, not uuexpeciea ease, ths younger
gentleman waa directed to desire the lady to
some (o ber father, and doubtless her obedience
was prompt Professor Wileoe bad before him.
for review, some work; oa the fly-leaf of which
waa duly inrcribed, "With the authors com
pliments." He tore this ont, pinned it to hie
daughter's dress, solemnly led her to tha young
lover, and went back to hia work
CTQuite ao excitement waa raised ia our
streets yesterday afternoon by the turnout of the
"relicts" of the expedition of the late Dr. Kane-
Ac Omnibus waa used fur the purpose. Oo the
top were Mr. Hickey and comrade, dressed la
full Esquimaux costume: two Esquimaux dogs
that belonged to Capb K., and were obtained
'e7"i viis ouereunoei-
ties calculated to attract the people to see the j
psDorama aeecripuve oi tne country Whence
usae curious matters were brought. The turns
out waa accompanied with music, and all the
truant boys followed In tbe train, I
, ; " ,
ill be seen the winter announcement of Mr.
Heidler, to which we invite the altentioa of oar
readere, who, we feel euro will make a note of I
for use. Mr. H. ia "fixed op," aad ae the
eeaaoa fay fairly opened, be intesdato go ahead
aay body else ia bis efforts to supply tbe de
maud for labia onmforta aad luxuries. Jake
ooea not promise very nigh, but he performs
wen. ui generally ooea wnai ea unaertaxea,
ana we owsire tne lovers of good things to make
note of this, too. Give Heidler'e store a call
Arrival Welly, Maia atreet. Bear fourth
haa io bis cellar TW) buabela of first rats applsai
Juei, thlak ef that, ye apple eaters. He
afford to aall 'em at fair rates. .Go to Welty'e
CTTheDaytaa Weekly OeeeUe will make its
appearance to morrow ' morning. Of
eyery body will want te era it .
sTTK- i.i...k i. V .
TThe telegraph etngularly Client about
XxtV The Morwalk lUAastersays a amarriaaw
that eouaty, aaa day laat week, by a young
ao aged slxtesa years aad a fw ays. His ia-
teased waa Bis senior by a few awaiaj saly. ' I
8tatb or Oma t. Recant QirnAST.
Tli AmtAm-t k. I. U.t.l UI. l.
bar,, i. charged with committing an aaaauli
upon the person of Aaron Oonklln.of thet place,
This ease Wat called thla moroiDf , and aa
tha proareotlag witneaa Was proved to have
drunk yesterday, and could aol be found
thia morning, bi recognisance for f 50 wai for
Ihltad, and tha defendant diacbarged.
The facu in the eaae, aa we are informed, are
" ,h"! " lh dr f tha l..t .lection
P0"1"11 M nki and waa creating diatur
oaoow in mim peaoaaoie village, wnen ne waa
Uery properly arreated by the Marahal, whom
reaiated and collared, when he waa knocked
down by that officer; and for thia ha bad him
arreated. The Marahal waived an examination
and hence thia auit before the Probate Court
ir v t l n t. . l l
' ww 0. mi mil mil tm m pmh mail. Hill waea Dl Bi
"P" " g.o.r.11. .ucc-,d..
BtaleofUhlo, TB. Jacob Kite. The Defen
waa charged with petit laroeny. A.V
Holier, iiq., Lia attorney, made an able ejror1
tobehalfof hia client, but the facta were against
him. The Defendant was found ffuillv and
fined A3 and coata.
a,..,., ohio. ,. Whi.i ,j TKm
O'Oonner. TheDafendanta were charged with
playing carda. Neither them or prosecuting
witneaa appeared. Their recogniaance were
forfeited, and caaediamiaaed at the coat of nron
State of Ohlo.va. John Turbeville. The De
fcndant waa charged with carrying concealed
eapoas. Defendant failed to appear, reoogni
sauce forfeited and case dismissed.
Tke criminal term of the Probate Court sd
J00"1" "it morning.
Judga Haynea' Court (Superior) will meet to.
morrow morning to eloaa up the unfinished
business of tha October term.
On Monday next the Court of Common Pleas
commence ita November Seas Ion.
XV- Mr. Theodore t. Well, an inventor of a
hook, haa recently disposed of his Hngliah pat
fur tha Invention for 136,000, and returned
his horns in New Orleans. A vary proStable
Thia Is not exactly a flih story, but It It a story
aflihhook. We don't know what kind of a
he caught a sucker on for $14,000, (if he
0"hi ny,) bai wt 1"mU-'i t1' hln
w ,0" u """" or buoi, "1
w0.nld,'', t'T tb '' k at Langdon's,
for " or Bl- W",B "J are more
th M klok ,n,5r bnmbug. Thay
00mPU""d and are more bother than
are worth. When a book is invented which
make Hah bite, we will rcnalder it. In tha
meantime we will ase the common sort, a. "
sensibls people who know a eat flih frou. .
and a minnow aaina from a fcerae not. Wo
believe a word about the tlMOO; that's
every eant or it- We won't believe thtre is
buman sharp enough to collect that amount
fM' n0nsb to throw it away on a 'sail.'
1 Captain t
Tan Aaono Panobaxu. The following lei.
from Captain Kennedy, who commanded
Prince Albeit in the noibern latitudes in
when io sesrch of Sir John Franklin
contain, a handsome tribute to the merit of
painting; and the opinion of the Captain,
thia matter, ia worthy of attention:--D.
COURT MATTERS. D. C. LaRue, St. Lawrence Hall, Toronto.
TORONTO, 16th, August, 1859.
V8''-1 h" "iweased yourexhl
of the panorama of that portion of ihi
Arelio legions laat vteiied by the intrepid and
aa well aa immorial Dr. Kan, and I
Krt pleasure in bearing teetimony to
general accuracy oi me sumeeis repreaen.
Your night acenee are psnicularly ao, and
an evidence oi it rosy give you the remark
,rlna tne oiner asy, alter being a spec's
iii jiim ArKbio ui.piay. -it was, ana re
marked, "too much like nature itself."
Wishing yoo the success I tbiuk your enter.
I remain, air,.
a. of this msrning,
regard te the lose of a subscriber to that paper
reminds ns cf an adage we have heard applied
just suoa psrformanoea ever since we can re
member 'making toe 'many bites ef a oharry.'
are the more astonlibsd at the editor's trifling
the mattar referred to when he states that ths
business was performed la a few moments that
good feeling prevailed and that the pro
and retiring aub. was 'honest and ouUpo-
and whan (sea. Yallandigham had Just as
to do ia the matter as any gentlsman in
Earope might Save bad. Half a column of non
is a poor commentary upon the demand of
writer for argument! This ia so plain that
wayfaring man,' Ac, can read It.
CT Mr. Stephen Wolf keeps the beat qualitiee
fresh masts, produce Ac, at hia shop on
Msrkat at near Main, where a supply maybe
svery day at fair prices. Mr. W. is a clever
and will do the fair thing with hia eusto
(r8ee the advertisement of Mr. Reinsch,
haa just removed hia stock of Custom
Boots and Sboea to tba eland lately oc
cupied by Ospt. Machir, 91, Main at. He has
greatly added to hia stock, offers great at
tractions to tba publio.
ITPersona desirous of purchasing a tract of
f" woodland, and capable of being pot
a good farm, with the timber to more than
the expenses, are referred to the advertise.
of the aale of 1 60 acres, ia another column
tract can be bad at a bargain. Huber, at
Christopher's Auction Rooms, oaa give all the
Paraa. lavauru. avn W. mi. thi.
naming, par our friend Huber, liberal specimens
the different kinds and qualities of paper, ca
valopaa, etcr, for aale at the rooms ef J. K. Chris.
corner ef Jefferson and Marks t .treats
assorUaaat is complete every style can be
there, aad at prices astoalshlagly low. Jasae
accept ear thanks for the substantial samples
TheOalaveras (Cal.) Careatole aaaoaaoes
suspension of W. H. Corialyoa, oaa of the
eatarprisiag basiaeas aaaa ef the Slate. The
et his failure ia attributed la a great meat-
te to. heavy losses eusteiase) by aim ia
aa the Aatt-lecemptoa ticket at the late alee.
I, u said that he lest eighty taeusead del-
la this way.
x-Oeveraor Jaatoa C. Jeaas was burled
great earemoay at Memphis, ea Sunday eve-
Biahop Otey preached the funeral sermon.
"lUta-ry proeeseioa, together with the Ire
departsseat, the Odd Fallows, the Mayer aad Al
aad the body serves! si tbe deceased,
followed tbe remains te tbe grave.
Aar The ExecaUve Committee ef tbe Presby-
Bavi 'orelga Mlssloas, have adopted
resolutleo sxprMiag their willingness to eater
tala aa applloaibia for aid frota tbe Ckoouw
ppiioau. tor eta from the Ckoouw
MissUa. wbl k.. A, ... . ,
Balri w-,,,- tk. Ui, ...
aa-llumUi..i..i....... a.. .a
yesterday signed Sea. Duff Oraea's taeal agency
which was aseed at the last sessloa ef th.
tszT'Ws art branded to not an improve!
Bant in tha ton of tht Journal of thia morn
ing. It baa dropped a tithe) of its malignant
"ttyla" in tha matter of paraonality, and
abowa nana of a return to ita aoouitomad
r ropriety daring lolla in tha exoitetnent in
dooed by partican conteat. We take pleac
are in making (bit note, nor ao tnuoh be
oauaa we are to be the gaineri aa thai the
coenaunity will probably ha relieved of a
oootroveraary which baa been exceedingly
distasteful to them. That it waa foroed an
us our reader are aw ire; it ia patent to at'
eryian, woman and child in this comma,
nity, Al present we are in a Terr peacea
ble mood, beoause it is our nature, and then
we can atlord it ; but wr are prepared for
any emergency whiolt may arise.
IT The -Volksfreund"' is a German Demos
emtio Piper publiahed in Cincinnati and isedi-
ted wltbmsrked ability by Joseph A. Hemaun,
Esq. It has the largmt circulation of all the
Oerman papers in Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton. ' Ths enterprising publisher baagivea
out a premium book for the Weekly Volka.
freund, for those who pay one year in advance
It is a short history of thetliiiled Statea, (and
contains the Declsratioo ef Independence, and
the law of the different Siates in regsrd to Nat-
ursliiatlon and citisenship.) up to the Adminia
tration of James Buchanan, and it is written in
a strictly impartial style. We recommend this
oseful bonk te) our Germsn fellow eilinens ia
the Dayton aad ths country in general.
' ' , " '
. " ; ., 7 V , , . .
Ing around the earner of Main and Third, and the
, uk . . ., ,.,
.. .. ' ,.r.I i .
and wondering 'what's going to come of It,' Is it
fair to try still further the pstlsnos of ths long
suffering by keeping up that lnoassant clatter
at Valla ndlghaavl What has ths Oeneral done.
or left undone, that tha Journal man desires to
make a meal of him?
Ths lsst monthly return of the Bank of
Austria states the aotes in circulation at 472,191,.
701 florins, and the specie reserve at only 7ll,90,.
18 florins, or sboat onetelghth. ' On tha 1st of
Jannry last, Austria contrived Jy rait efforts,
partially to resume specie payments. Hsr Snan-
cisloondltion is now once more deplorable.
a. On Monday evening, Margaret Donald
obtained a glass of liquor at a store In New York
city, which proved te contain more than the
usual proportion of strychnine. A spasm ensued,
shortly after which shs fell from hsr bed to the
floor and expired In great sgony.
Ths Nsw Ysrk Tribuss having dsniad
'"it Uerritt Smith, who Is Implicated In the Har-
' Ferry eonipiraey, waa a Republican, tha
N.w V jrk Express turas to the Tribune Aluanao,
of 147, io which that print classaa Mr. Smith as
Republican Memberef Congress, In ita political
tables for tbat year. Tbe Tribune will have to
give It up, or be involved in a controversy with 1 s
editor, Mr. Greeley.
a 8oms idea of tbe sxteet cf tha gambling
operations in Mompbis, at the present time, may
any be based oiioa ths kaowlsdgs that a gentle.
man from Arkansas lost the sum of $20,600 ons
day last week at cards. Tks g im poi whish
the money was advsntared and won, Is known to
modern card playara as 'sevea np,' aod will be re
membered by the aaeieada st 'era .ledge.
asST" It seems to hive become
come a oommoa eus.
torn for ths authorities of cities to shirk ths sup- I
port cf paupers by ahippiug them tu distant
cities. The reporter of the Philadelphia North
American, who has been gaiboriog statistics of
the starving of that city relet., tbs following!
'Close by was found a woman named Alice Was
ten, who, becoming through inftrmitiei, a tons
ooarge in uoinmou., u., was nerouaded to come
ibis city, iu the assurance that In Philadelphia
it pour pp,e were lueiutaiuoa in UOiniori Bl the
put.no cn.rge. She adopt, d the advice, came to
Pmiadelphia, and has been gradually 'starvinc
tea, Mr. Young, of the Albion, writes from
'Lady Franklin Is tbs only person of note with
wuom i nave come personally into contact, and
while I do nut approve the praotioe of aoolal pho
tography, nor leal Jus ined in recordini private
cour. nation., I am glad of the opportunity to
chronicle good new. of tbis long suffering and
most esiimahls woman. Tha poigoanoy of tier
(Tier. i. miuiateo oy tne aaaoranca ot her bus
baud's fata. What a burden remaina for tha wid-
owe and the mourning relatives of Sir John's!
oomraaee, over wnom tne yen still hangs.
pm- Daniel 8. Norton, Esq., a highly valued
citizen of Mount Vernon, Ohio, died at that place
on Tuesday morning, the JJth nit,
Oonnaatient. ha removed t V,..,. V i.
1817, and rs.ldsd t era ever sines. In 1824 he
wss .tooted to tbe State Senate from Knox aad
tan. The decease of tbe Earl of Westmoreland
wbe was British Minister at tbe Court of Vienna
1897, and acquired some fame bars by bis ao- I
tiatious In regard to ths Turki.h question, is an
nounoed bj the last Quebeo steamer. He was 75
i a I
jean old. I
The offloial rote at the reoent election In I
Kansas is as fullewtr For ihe Obn.tUntL.n. in - I
419, against 6,630, For homes lead law 9,758,
foCKa Mas, Pay Attkntiom. Don't be
loafer, don't oall yourself a loafer, don't It aan
loafers company, don't hang about loafing
piaoea iiettor won nam lor notlunn anil
bovd yourself tban ait around day alter day
stand arouud corners with your bands in
your pookete. Hotter for your own health,
better lor your own proapeota Bustle about
you mean to have auy tbine to bustle
about for. Many a poor physioian baa ob.
tamed a real patient by riding hard to at.
tend an imaginary one. A quire of blank
taper tied witb red tape, carried under a
awyer'B arm may procure bim bis Brat case
ana make hrs lurtune. ouoh ia the world:
bim tbat batb aball be given. Quit dron-
ing ana ooinplaining; keep busy, and mind
0a.ids. x. ilerald disnatobsd arei
porter to bunt down Garrit Smith tbe other
day, aod aea what tbe old fellow bad to ssv
tor oimaeil regarding hie Iriena Uid John
urown, aod tha Harper e orrr buaineee.
the reporter louna toe people IO Ihe nslgn-
Dorbood ol iXt. Smith's residence io a great
state of eIaitemen and prepared to resist
any eif'irt to remove bin to Virginia, and be
r.lll nrl ale Smith .ftlin.a I .a.r. -aul i. 1. - I
extreme. The repuriar departed fully ooo.
viered that Smith waa greatly troubled, and
tbat his neighbors would not allow bim to
taken to Virginia fur trial, but would
resist tbe serving of a warrant upon bim
with that purpose even to the ebeddiog of
Babx Bcbxt. We leara thai tha barn of Mr.
Stepuaa AlnaugB, senu loar s.UM eoalk of Iktoa.
J oeiweea two aaa tares
elook ef Thursday axoraiag laat. At the liaw
the eocarrenre Ihe barn contained eaar alx
kaadred bu.hela ef wheat la the sheaf, aad a
thrwbiaf maeliins, wind aiill, Ac Ia tha stable
r 1 1 . . - ..f ih. hulld.b . L. l i .
Uha.tl ..II ax-el by
laa,aa. Mr. A. BaliioateB a is loss a I1.UUS te I
The bara is balUv.d to have baea eat aa Ira. as
Ire Bs4 beea used about the traumas Ba.iaf
day or atghl preosding the aeauacUoa af ais
Board of Education.
THURSDAY EVE., Nov. 3.
Praaent lleaari. Waraham, Fruden, 8leela,
Sctamaa, Liadaljr, Villor, Elliott Waldan and
The petition of S. P. Tallcott, aaking the
Board to admit bis two sons to the High School
was preaenled aod referred te the Viaiiing Com
mittee of aaid school, with power to admit them
at the commencement of the next quarter, if
The petition of Hiram Lewie, of Jefferson
township, asking permission of the Board to
send his daughter to one of the public sohools
of the city, waa presented, and rejected. Yeas,
Messrs. Prudea, Lindaly, Miller 3.
Navs Maasrs. Wareliara, Stutsman, Rlliolt,
Walden, Bomherger, Steele fl
Jeremiah Ambroae, an adult, waa granted
the privilege of attending tha Soutbeaatarn
The committee to whom wsa referred the bide
for supplying tha schools with wood, reported
th,t lh,T bed awarded contracts to the follow
Martin Johnaon,8. E A S. W., 2,95 per cord
Wm- Marshall, Eaatern, 3.IM
Asron Miller, High AS.Vf., 3.05
U'ckson, N. K., 3,00
Mrs. Ackerman'a reqiieat for permission to
take her daughter to the school in which she
taught, waa granted.
Mr. Pruden, from the committee on rules
msde a report, which waa received and the
committee discharged. The rules were adopt.
ed, with aoma amendments.
y air. rrnden That the Uletk procure a
t. I i l - i. .u i j j
book, ia which the rules and. all amendment
ln"w ,h,Il recorded. Adopted,
liy Mr. Htutaman That the committee on
accounts be authorised to certify the teachers
salary for the present quarter. Adopted.
By Mr. Ware ham That the building com
mittee be authorised to psy the contractors Ihe
estimate now due on the school buildings now
under wsy. Adopted.
By Mr. Liudjly That the building commit
ttee be authorised to put an additional foot on
the 3d story of the Northwestern acbool House,
if necessary. Adopted.
By Mr, Miller That the visiting committee
of the High School be authoriaed to purch
tbree copies of Webster's Unabridged Dictions
ry for the use of said acbool. Adopted .
uy Air. rrutlen I oat so much of the report
of the Principal of the Eastern School aa relates
to one vt the assistant teachers of said school.
be referred to the committee on teachers, with
power to act, and report at next meetinir
By Mr. Miller That the Board here.fi. r
meet at 7 o'closk. Adopted.
After passing sundry accounts, Board sdK
ItauThe latest in oat wondorful oure effect
ed by patent medioine recorded, ia tbe fol
A boy swallowed a silver dollar. An hour
afterwards tbe boy threw up the dollar,
in small ohange, principally five cent pieoci.
Ths Nsw York Post says it Is Mrs. L.
Maria Child whe haa written to Guv, Wiss for the
privilege of nnrsiag Old Jobs Brown. ,
Sonny dear," aaid a fond toother, "ion
bare a dirty laoa " "Can't beip it, mam,
Ia.a; . h.,.k .n..r,li.n '
electricity aa a Itemed y in a
Class of DlaeasesI
SB- B PI0KEEINO baa ehowu by his
praotlce, embracing a period of ten yeara, that Eleo
triclt, la a reliable remedy In aOX-otlona otherwlae
Incurable, He has Io hia noaaeailon teatlmonlala of
aumaroua ssssa hat he haa oured, of apasma, rheu-
matl.m, palay, neuralgia, partial deafneaa, perl.hed
marourlal dlwaae, eto.ts., ehowing oonclu.
tha. nnalll Mll.nu ... K. I.. Ik.
lvely that poaltlve reliance .an be given to this
Charges moderate. Consultation free.
OFFICE earner of First and Jefftreon streets.
.Shsets' Buldllog, Dayton, Ohio. norl-tf
Mr. THEODORE T. AXE, Teacher of
PENMANSHIP, will give a soursa of Private
Leaasna to Lad lea, only, at tha house of Mr. OA N
1KL RICHMOND, on Second .treat, day and eve-
"Ing. For further Information Inquire at the houee
No. 410. oetas-lw
TIIE NEW WONDER.
srsjsrr JCWB ISair
TU IS Hair KMtor&tive U now mknowl-
dfred to be the best erer Invented for all diseaeitof
the Hair aod the Soalp, and It haa woraed wonders
wnerever ueed. several of our oitttena have tried
it, and speak Io the highest terms of Its ourative
pronertiee. The following Is one among the nanr
l"l"1' instrsoalved by the Proprietor:-
alTTOaf , ttept. VIII, II
Ma. P. iossct For several yeara iaat,from
eauae.our hair has been araduallv falline out. until
entire baluneas tnreatenetl ua. We hav irltMl
rioua remeilies, hut without any good result, we
w,r induced to try your ,HeetoratlveM by hearing
highly spoken of by those who had used tt. and
who assured us that It had the effeet of bringing a
new and vigorous growth of hair upon their heada.
. , ?u,,a 1 V. IU ?l,"to fPuily vie-
iiiiH m to a) rmnmwiui rmwin ni nair tevriar ur m
beoomtug bald. Wj eannot ret otXaOkend the Ke
etorailvs too huthly.
s. L. BHUADwkLL,
J. 1. IWALKU.
For sals at ths Barber Bjop of Feur Joeae,
'sfferepa street. Cm ton
Pratt ucc and Prorleloa Store I
Jfh MOUTOOxOtBT BOUSE,
DATTON, ... OHIO.
JACOB HBIDLEH, Proprietor.
TnK EXCELKIOK l'RODUCK AND
roMM IBNU1N 8 TOHK la an. In th Sat imuI.
trim for the winter Campaign, ihe popnetor
Bavins Bad lone eaperleaee aa a caterer to the nub
taete, under.taa.te fully the tat-lc want, of tt.l.
unit, aaa u preparaa to supply them.
rrouoos, v ef eiaoiea.
i buit, at;..
xnsremer vtn an me lime eaiue extras that at
T . V. r7. "."rJJ
puhjto who eaa appraelate the evaveiilenee of
j- mmfw ". a.w, siaum V iWWr Wl
suca uunas svery uay, aaa ai aay use oi
old Jake Is determined to please ths people, and
ae doaa aot, as la deieraunW li dull sol be hi.
He deeiraa the people to Ball and see hi. place.
taaure Be eaapiseee tbeia. aova-dtf
HAS REMOVED TO TilE STAND RE
eently oerapled by Cant. BlaaBlr. M . ai si.i.
street, where he wlTTbV pSlTi hi ot
toiaere. aad eaoree ot new oaaa.
He Baa ieraely adde4 te Bla already large ateak of
Caatooa fltadsi BtM aad kbtxta.
Wklah are made of the beat atoek and hv tha beat
waraaieai aad whlcB he will warrant. The BuOLio
All work warranted ae r.l.rl.ir
keoieaibee the hew m bi. Mala at.
t. w. a MOU.
A Valuable Tract of Land
WILL BH BOLD AT A BAROAIH
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, CON
talnlng One Hundred and lixty Acre", la now
offered fur tha Drat time at private sale. It ia lo
cated In Paulding eoanty, 3 miles from ih. Coun'y
Heat, and 1 mile from the Wabash and Kris ua
nal. Ills heavily timbered, and Is eae of Ih.
moat desirable pleoes of lend In north wssnn.
Ohio. The title la tint class, snd thers sre
Incumbrances upon It. Tbs land oaa be had st a
bsraain. if anulioatlon be made aoon.
Particular information oaa ba had of the lead
byeallinaon 0. P. HUBKR.
Chrlrtopher. Anntton Room, corner of Jeff. r-
soo and Mara.tats. nov. s
y. v- woon,
n r. hear,
C. H. WINTXHS.
WOOD, NEAD & WINTERS,
Attorneys at Law,
DAYTDN, .... OHIO
WIU. MAKK (XJIXKCTIOSS AND
attend promptly to all leeal mi.taese SO trusted
tothem. In tht. and atl.iolnlns oounllea.
OFFlt'K Hoiith-enat eoruer of Mam aad Third
ate., opposite ihe Phllllpo house. novs
RICH DRBbB OOODBI
MEN AND BOTB' OOODB ! t
now orxx at
D. W. WINTERS',
Ne. M Maia street,
novs-daw Opposite ths Court House,
To Pn.itet SnvtrM, Drain mnd Cklwrt:
1HR it ordnined by the City Counoil ol
the City of Dei ton. that It Is an ofrVnoe to
plaoeanytlilng of whatever nature, which aha! ob
it nict the flow of water in ant sewer, drain or cul
vert In said olty, or to sufl'er such oteti uctioa to re
main mereint ana any irertron convicted n in lor
in at Ion v the Murthal or fltrert 1 ommlsaioner.
(whose duly it Is hereby made to mean liiiuimation
with the 'aor as soon as theexlafpiice of said ob
struotlon shnli eome to the knowlettae el either oi
them) ot on the oonplatnt of any other ero he
fore the Mai or of said olty, oi piaelne such ort me
rlon in any sewer, drain or culvert, or uttering the
same io lemain erein, snail oe nnea in any sum
not exceeding ten dollars, and pay the cost ol
9 That no person shall erect a-v stable, nir Den
or other struo ure over anv drain or sewer, or near
any culvert, so as to interfere with or prevent the
oicaninr oi tne tam e, ana any owner of such sta
ble, tits: tten or other structure r ow erected over ant
Iratn or sewer, or near an eui vert which Interferes
with or prevents the cleaning thereof, u ho shall re
fuse to remove the same within ten days alter being
nouneueo w ao uy mt cuy iviarsiiai, -nan on eon
victlon thereof bef re the hiayor of sam city, be
ilaei) not more t' an ten dol ars, ami may aio he
Hoed five dollars per dav until uch stable. Die ur n
or other structure shall be removed, and pty all
oosts of umsecution.
This ordinance shall take effret and be in force
irom and alter its puuiicatlou. Attest,
Prei't City Council,
A. A. BuTTcmnkLO, City Cierk. aoS
C. S. MALTBTS OYSTERS!
IAM receiving daily by exprera Moltby's
SELECTED AND NO. 1, FRESH
Which I will sell by Ihe eaae, can or half
oan, aa low aa any other ueuie iu lay
ton. All Ovters sold sre warranted Fre.h
Alio, sploed snd Cove Oysters slwsys on hand.
novlMCm K.C.MAX WELL.
SOLS IN DAYTON
Ha Always Baa Them.
Court of Common Plana for tba Second
It is erdsred hv tbe Judses of tbe Court of
common fleas lor tbe beennd Judicial District in
Ohio, that tbe time, for holding; the ui.trict Court
and tbe Courts of Common Pleas in Hie esreral
ooootiss oompo.ing said District, fur the year
lodfl, he and tbe asms are hereby fixed snd pre-
.crii..i a. i.iiiow,:
DISTHICT COURT. Bull.r cuntv. AdiiI 1.
Preble county, May 1, Darke county. Mav li.
Mootxomary ooonty, May 21, Miami county, June
uiinton couuiy, Augu.t 20, vi arren county,
Sept. S, Oreene county, bent. 10, Clarke couuty,
otpt. zv, isnampairn county, uot. 1.
COURTS OF COMMON PLE AH. BUTLER
COUNTY. Monday, February IS Monday, June
IH, Monday, Aujruat o, Monday, Oot. 15.
DAKKK COUNTY. -Monday, Fabru.ry 13.
Monday, April 16, Monday, Auiru.t l, Monday,
PKHDLE COUNTY. Monday, March 5, Mon
day, June 18, Monday, Anga.t 10, Monday,
CH AMPAIuN COUNTY Mondav, February
13, M. nday, Jon. 18, Mondav, Oet. li.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY Monday, March
Mouday, Jone Moaday, Nov- t.
MIAMI COUNTY Monday, April t, Moaday,
Aoraat 10, Monday, Dee 3.
CLINTON COUNTY Monday, February ,
Moaday, June SS, Monday, October 15.
CLARK I COUNTY. Monday. February
Monday, Jena 111, Monday, Oct. 15.
GREKNK OUNTY. Moaday, March
Monday. July J. Monday, Nov. ID.
WARREN COUNTY. Monday. M.rvh
Monday, July I, Monday, Nov. 10.
GK0RGB j hmith.
WM. J O1LM0RE,
October Sl.t, 1850. Judges.
Statx or Ohio, I
MofrrsoMBsy County, as,
I, DAVID K. BOY IK. Clerk of tha fl.im nf
Uooiroon rlesa in and for aaid eounty teeli'y
iba forexoing ia truly taken snd copied
from ihe journal of aaid court at Dayton this
...uay oi aoveinner, a. u. Irov.
nova tw DA VID K. bOVER, Clerk
Oyster Season Opened!!
t(7 BEST BALTIMORE
Received by Express Direct from
Every Iuy la the IVrrk!
T'HE Hubecribers are now receiving daily
by Kxpreae the beet quality of Ballian. lratera,
h they will warrant good, and evil by taet'AB,
sur cam ea cask, at the lwet ratee.
taiallleeaad tiralera aupplie - oa I beral tirtaa.
Ordera auilalted irosa iMaJere in every vertoi ihe
HemeoiBer taey seep the best In ths market.
W. tl. UKAMiKN HUltU A to,
P'I No. Sue, Bd street, Daytoa.
AW OHD101 A.NCB,
7b falsres Oe Heslera iltwiH Saaes.
SEC. 1. lie il ordained by tbe City Coun
cil of tha eltv af l.&vuta. ta. mm. i....
Marxot aiiaoe. aa now denned ...i ...
tn. .a. la hereby ao anlaraed aud exleuued a.
toeaibrace all oi tbiidand luurlhiliM, Kok the
Una of Main .Heel to tba t l,
.treat, to oald elty.
aav. a. i sat uiuoMinaoee take effect aad ha in
frost and alter Ita lietaaae.
. . W-t- ''MaKiiBR,r.tceU.
A. Bo-rraariKLD. Ciiv i i.,k.
llRO I iiSrt JON A I 1iaK,v, thevi-etb
iwly e hug a 1st just reeeived.
IK r. B.fBt-Ll.
JCST RECEIVED FH0M NEW TOHK,
The Union Saloon,
Aod will be served up In ever) rtyle dc.lred
LONCIt EVBAY MOHNINO. AT 10 O'CL'lf .
A. V. IIOFF.K,
ATTOHNKY AT LAW.
Anil Notary J'ltbsjc,
DATTOl. . . . . ' CRO.
tVaTOFFICH N t'LtUU's IlL'II.IilNO ";
(With T r. Thre.her ) in the room, formrrlt
pled by Vallanillghiim ' cMnhuo. o-.
Mil. A MHri. fHANK. ni ,
Cincinnati, propr.e fr-rrrtlre di
Oanelcx Cla.. at t e Phllllpa Hi-uee V .
inthi.clty should they receliepu- '
pile enough tojuitlfv Ihem ,i t ,7r
llculai. apply t. Mr. HllLtiell, al Uie 1 hiilli ,; H, u.
A rUKCnAKEKroracoi.il Family l!-.rse,
fx a floaty and Hnin ., i.d A.n a i.e.. rh.lir-.
Gale.' mneu'eolura tt ni , I,.,., i, u
rca.onahle .reoli ,rn.
i'i'ito rrt, chi.i r.
La ad for Sale.
59 AOIthS of cholt-e r.nn.l lor ale, within
. ailleaot In, too, near the utot. f.ir,
a er acre. Aliout to aor.. of ihe land is in
timber. Terms es.y. w1. b 'M; -.
. . ). W KIMf,
oefl ,ir.d MHii.i Ltt,.
iTcbL UBtes Ciucttiiu.'i.
At Todd's Oyster IIcuy,
VyHOl.ESAI.E ANOlIK.TAIl, ACKV V
lor the .ale ol Hatch, Mann ft Co "a Shi;!,
Key and Tan Oi.lrra . Alai,-I...i r .,t. ... ..I
Oysters. So. Mv manv frli n.T. n,l ... . ... n. .1
only choice article., and at a. low Brio-a as tl.o.n
ouara-.u lor inir-rir.r el-i m hric.
Oi .ter. cooked la fca.tern itrl,.!...,......! mrtt
FRESH BUTTER WANTtDI
aememher, ,M Walnut .Iml rltts .in...
Sixlh, L'inoliuiati. Ohio. c-tlti
GOOD NEW, ljU0l, GOOI!
No. 914 1'aat I llili . (nirrvt ,
HAH JUST RECEIVED. AND Is NOW
oiterine to the nuMttv at as..i..r.,t i
CASH, the 1st kf eit ami hrt anadtitirinri) nf Vnv
O OiM everopened out la thut irt oi thr.iv
The LeOtllfs shoulo exnnilne my sfock ol
FASHIONABLE DREGS GOOES,
1 Puch as
Delaines. Caioraerei Ktiiinoo Pilks.Citliroes.
sioopsana noopcxirts, or all de.iriptlcus.
HONNK'IS AND HON NET I I(IM MINt.'S.
Ribbons, Flowers, Lacea and Linlnpa.
He.dS Of Faniille. .hni.M .Ian u.. .... ... C.
bricks, .elected lor their hi-iietlt, .nch n.
CLOIHSi I I Nh 'IT.-. l.tsslMEHE.S
Hilk, Matin and Fancy Vectlrnj
COI iON AM) WOliLEN FI.ANNF1.S,
Brnwn, nieachl-d and Colored lialina. M r. t
ln.. wlili Cotton anil Woulrn Hnauri ol even
uexcrtptifin. All very low for CASH.
'"'"'"' D. V. WAIT.
rowe, aTtHioIny & c7
Frcjsh Baltimore (Jyslt:i',
FOR SALC AT
NO. 247, WALNLT BTRtBT,
I9A1I orJpra promptlv atttnded to!4rfi
1. IfcXABA!!, .fiim I.
Mrs. H. L. WAtlULi,
HAS KKCKI VEDA NEW AM) STLtN
did asaorrmint uf
Bonnets, li i lhon. Flo vt r, 'I iut.
IUiiiii, Ai'.. Ac,
the Lstest snd mo.t I'a.hlona'. le Style., i.e
BETVVEFN SECOND ANI THIKD STItKETI
da rro.v, omo.
tThe Laillcanr I.Hi ton atul vicinii, .rp in itrd
.-all and ix. mine then.. t.x t.i. i n r A w
x Colt, Irom the un.lcr
iih n diitlc, iri.n tiny
rairneil. Hvr- !,,l ... . h
ward will be paid tur the dclitny ol ILe a .it ui l
Colt at "The rjt. charle.," In I'ajt n
octita-iltl MIlV AKll STaNLKr.
ISTOVE.-I Cinii ... I
A. W. KICK & CO.
TEf5 LEAVE TO CAM. 1 II R ATTTN -
tlon ol Ihe pul.lle toth. ir aarnrtmrct rl Ft .v. ..
received lrt.ni All.aii, wlilil , I.' r .rl.. ....n . i
manufacture, beauty ni de.ii;n, a Ml i l.ct.l it till. .
ehallruge the Hoilti:
They have a:auoo hand al all tlaiea. Lock.ui.J'4
ECONOMY, TRIUMPH PACIFIO!
Brown k Irwin's
Perfection, Homo & Boacoa L?:Ii(,
Alotnn Atvaortmrrt of
PA K LOU STOVES
Inolodine Ktisaia Air Tiglit, liume Purlor
Cook, Irwin a l'arlor CiM,k, liinueio, .
Oem, l'riie, CotiUiO, I'runkliu, 7
Young Auicriou. Aim.,
11 E i T I Ms ST0 VFS.
as Long's Cosl, Malakoff, BVuron Box. Rubi
eon, hadialor, o., ae ,
Tin, Japannrd Prtacd M arcs
Cooatantly oa band.
Tin and Sheet :Iron Job Work,
to order at short notice. In the m ,.t .t.
aiaaltka manner, .
d4. W. KICK k C'O.'.S.;' '
Price of Beef Reduced,
ENDERSON itif. .ring bi. ouelnmrrn'e: (
1 the pub'ie eenerallv. that he h ,. j. t . .
ranrrmen'o lor a lull aupply ol supvru.r li, r ,i ?
hereafter the priee fur the hi'.l cu' v I. : l
EIOHT CEBTi PER POUND
He will eontlnue to aunniv f.mllt.. u-ui,
different klnde, and vegetable, m eru,,.0 at the
loweet market pilcva.
Hia ahop I. on Main street, west .1.1;' one t. iw
aouthof the fhllllpa House. oci'-l-ort ,
PETER ri.Slr.ii woul.l lf.f. rm'tii
Cltirene of Dajtoa sad Us travslug l uth;.
he has opened a '
A T II - II O U S E
his Barber shop, oo Varbet street, S deer, tri-u
Jeneraaa, where he wilt have ready at all tin.ee,
Hot, Cold uad KhVur Iluihv.
Batha will be kept clean sad neat. Connect,
with tne feath taau
EXCELLENT BARBER WOVll
lante aaaortnewt of rholee ptthinvry jviil a to
found at the aaua plate. . '
ooutl '. - v fl fKIKH lt1tKi-. '
a'ill prepared to lura.ab tbe best quill
Youghioughety, Pen y Co.
O jf. Xj .
ttuAHvll.l K It no..
MKAaXIrsf l VVliOI,4t.
a will (Iv.t I a.l i
varaaau u,o'x.ia s'rertai f.r.nia
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