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TARGE AND SMALL,
AUCTION, SALE BILLS.
AC, AC, AC,
SUNT TO THE OFFICE OF THE
Br the MOR1INU TRAINS, will be prints nil
the work retimed by th BVISNINU TRAINS.
- OFPIOE. Third it., between Mali and Jefferson
. 15 CENTS.
Most Positively tbs
Monday and TuiMl.iy Evenings!
Nov. 7th anil Bth, Kt TX o'clock, and
TUESDAY Afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Dr. JE. ItcaWs
Gig a title Revolving Panoramic and Dtoramie Ulua
1 1 At ic in of
Arctic Voyages ! !
In Sea rah of
SIR JOHN FRANKLIN!
Universally pronounced by the Press and the Pec
plle.the innst Hutillme, Interesting, Amtis ngand
Instructive W orkol' Art ever eanibtted.
Graud AFTERNOON Entertainment 1
On Tucwdiiy, at 3 P. III.,
When all r-hbnth and Dsy Srhool Pupllswill be
ADMITTED FOR t CENTS EACH.-
I). C. LA RUK,
nov7 Agent and Business ManHgei .
No. 110, Main street.
I ladies a
RR YOU IN WANT OF
anything In the way of
Of any KimlT If ao, you would
do well to remmiber that
N. W. Wilaon,i
NO. 110 MAIN ST.,
II I S O WN
Which he often at aa LOW PHI-
I'Kjt as any other hou.e In the
lUCall and judge. JgrSas
No. US Main St.
Ge Derating Una
Burner la now of
fered to the public
In lull confidence of
Its poiitlve superi
ority over every
other Lamp in ex
istence and with
the asaurance that
for simplicity, safe
ty, economy and
brilliancy 01 light,
it haa no equal. It
affords a Cher p and
B HILL. I A NT
Or a broad and clear
flame, requiring no
trimming or other
tilling the Lamp
with good burning
fiutd one quart of
which will furnish a
light or sixteen
hours, equal to the
light from six ordinary wlcs ttthea. The burner
ean bereadllv applied toal attics of eolar.leid or
coai on, latnpnene or ouilnary nurning nuld lanapa.
Also to ehandellere or In whaieer form a goou light
may lie desired, at a small expense. Old Latupa will
be taken in exchange for uew ones, or alterationa
made If desired. It la alao admiral ly adapted to
the lighting of Churches, Looture Rooms, Halla,
mores, act ami me nxtures you naveoan ue onang
ed "without the expense of purchasing new ones.
Pontile at the Drua Store ol Ur. W. STKWART.
No. S3 Main street, and alao by A W. KICK, corner
oi jeiinraua anu i niru aireera,
aepts DAYTON, OHIO.
A. W. MCE & CO.
BEQ LKAVK TO CALL THE ATTEN
tloo or the public to their assortment or trtovea
jmt received from Albany, which, for terfeotioi
niuiulncture, beauty of design, and general utility,
ehalleuge the world!
They have a!soon hand at all time, Lockwood's
ECONOMY, TRIUMPH PACIFIC
Brown fc Irwin's
Perfection, Home & Beacon Light,
Alo, fine Assortment of
Including Kitasia Air Tight, Home Parlor
Cook, Jrwins Parlor Cook, Diadem,
Oein, Price, Collate, Franklin,
Young America. Also,
11 ATINU STOVFS.
Huvhss Long's Coal, Malakon", Boaton Box, Rubi
con, Radiator, Sc., sc.,
Till, Japauntxl A I'rcttcil Wpt
Constantly on hsnd.
Tin and Sheet "Iron Job Work,
Dens to order at short sotice, in the most work
1 maallks manner, .
At A. W. HICK & CO.'R,
Oct 27 Huston Building.
A PURCHASER for s good Family Home,
a Buggy and Harneea, and alto a new Plaiw
Oalea1 mauulacture Will be old at a bargain,
reasonable credit given.
Appli to H R. GKIGKR.
Land for Sale.
XCI ACUbS of choice Land lor sale, within
Vu three miiea of Ua.toii, near the baton Hike,
at $86 per acre. About 10 acres of the land is
timber. Tsiuissaay. WM. B si.su,
I. W. KINO,
ocHS-trnd MiaaU City.
J Hi Al ViTmT n I TIM
OHIO. MONDAY, NOV. 7, 1859,
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION:
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D"T w,,aa .parable to thaoarrler.
Stasia ooptea, put ua iawreppeva.Seeute.
The Cincinnati Type Foundry Company ia
our duly authorised Agent to make contracts
and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions
4c. In that citT.
To BiiainiaaliiM. The Empire Job Room
are in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of ell descriptions in the beat style
oimeart. usii in anaezamine our work and
learn our prices.
IT To aovistisibs. Advertisements or
Notice for the Empire must be handed into
the office by lea e elect on the day they are d
aired to be puhliahed aef iafer. We cannot
agree to in sen them erterlhatbour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who desire to hate advertisements
inserted in Ihe Weekly .Empire: should hand
them la by (Saturday morning, at the latest.
Our advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important mattartotbem.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
Lost! This morning, between the store of P.
K lop far, on ti street, Ohio Block, end the Sixth
treat Depot, a Memorandum Book, containing
about $1 in pottage stamps, and asms letters -
The finder will receive a lettable reward by leav
ing the book and contents at this office. .
Fives." Ths msmbera of the Miami Fire Co.
will remember thslr monthly meeting andezsroise
on Monday eveuing, Kor. 7, at 7 o'clock. All
'Fives' are requested to tarn oat.
J. E. BOYER, Sec'y.
Arctic Panokaha Last Nights. The
curiosity among all olawes to see Failing'!
great Panorama of the Arotio Regions eon
tinuei unabated. There ia s fascination
about exhibitions of this kind in general
which is almost Irresistible, but when the
work is truly meritorious, as in the present
o-vse, it is doubly so. To ait quietly on your
seat and see faithful daguerreotype of an
almost unknown xooe noiselessly unfolded
to view, and quietly glide by with its "mov
ing accidents" in the shape of mountains of
ice, its regions of eternal snow, and its won
derful phenomena of various kinds, is suffi
cient to tempt any one from bis fireside,
and call forth the admiration of every lover
of Nature. We do not wonder that the Arc
tio Panorama is so immensely popular. It
speaks in slanguage which all oan under
stand, and is equally instructive to the ig
norant and the lettered, the child and the
parent, the old and the young. It sing to
us a new song, which is none the less beaai
tiful beoause it haa comparatively an un
Let no one fail to see this exhibition to
night or to-morrow night. The prioe of ad
mission haa been reduced to 15 and lOoente,
Fiaa ix rna Woods. Yesterday aoms truant
boys, (whose psrents or guardians doubtless
hsve a lax discipline,) were playing in the
woods belonging to Mr. Wm. Norria, west of
ths city, when the) raked a quantity of dry
leaves around sn old stump and set fire to them.
The fire soon communicated to the leaves
sround, which were abundant, and in a short
lime the trash for some distsnce in circumfer
ence wss all in a blaxe. The fire extended
rapidly, and but (or the timely exertions of par.
lies in the immediate vicinity, who st once
raked an open apace between the leaves around
ths circle of flame, the timber, fencing, etc.,
wonld have been destroyed. In a short lime
the fire would hsve been beyond the control of
an hundred men. As it wss, some timber wss
injured. This should serve as a warning to
boys or men to use great care with fire in the
CTNext Wednesdsy and Thursday the great
Oeffleunial Anniversary of Schiller's birthodsy.
will be celebrated by our eitiseua at Beekel's
Hall. We hsve been favored with a look at
the Programme and we confess a richer and
ons more deserving of general admiration has
indeed and seldom been p.esented to our peo
pie. Considering farther that two Orations
will be delivered, ooe in Germsn byA.V.
Hofer, Esq., a member of our bar, and one in
English by Judge Hsynesof the Superior Court,
both veil known aa able aod acsompliahed
speakers, we believe we can safely predict ooe
of the lsrgest audieucea that haa ever assembled
within doors in our city. We shall take occa
sion however to more fully refer to the objects
aod purposes of the celebration.
AxoTHxa Witness Ths well known Rev.
Mr. Bigginaon, at Worcester, Mess., a few
nights since, in sn address on the Isle sffair at
Harper's Ferry, boldly expressed bis sympathy
with the movement, and regretted that it was
not successful, and ssserted that "oiua out of
ten of the Republicans of Worcester" thought
ssbsdid! Of course they did I
tA.A band of yo ung gents, said to bail
from this city, were in Miami city on Hatt
urday evening on s serenading excursion.
Their instruments were little whistles.made
of tin, and operated by blowing and drsw.
ing in the breath. It was some time before
the recipients ascertained what they were
trying to do I
The Result We lesro that the Queen City
Dads, on Last Saturday concluded, (after din
ner!) that Dayton and her railroads were
sential to lbs pesce and prosperi'y of Cincin
nati; and that a railroad ferses ihst city would
bold ths sams relstloe to the pises lhat a third
heel would to s sulky. The connection
reif of lha L. U A 0. A M stands sojourned.
tTOur rradsrs in the city and country will
please see the advertisement of Molatire sod
Baird, in anothsr eolumo. They have frees
goods, aad they sell at the lowest cash prices
Kvery thing in the grocery Sid produce line
can he had at their alore, IIS, Msia St., 3 doors
below Market, and on terms which will make
t to the interest of the people to buy. Call
and see them.
Maumots Biios I Jake lieidler.of tbe MonU
gomrry House Provieoe 8 lore, has just received
by Express from tbe North the biggest Sims
have seen for many a day. has whopper,
Those who wsntsome extra steaks should call
What we said about tbe aseetrttiea' of
Journal, ea Saturday last, ws take seek.
simply stnuk toe high for ear seigkber, aad
failed to observe il Mis Igssrases is sot eSeotod
II is real.
To the Democracy of Montgomery
The Demoerstj of Montgomery county are nc
ttfiad te meat ia tbelr aaaal t.wnihips ssd ward.,
oa Saturday, the lttb. day of November, 1C69,
Sad appoint Dslegslss to a District Convention,
to he held oa Thursday, December 1, 1859, at
snob placs as way be agreed upon by the Centre
Committees of Montgomery, Bailer snd Preble1
ooenties) said Convention being for thspurposs
of ssleeliog two Delegates to represent the Third
Oontrreriional DUtriot in the Charleston Democrat
ic National Convsntloa. The meetings in ths
townships will be bald at I o'olook, P. M. Ths
meetings in the wards will be held at 7 o'olock,
The State Central Committee having fixed the
basis of representation In the DUtriot Convention
at one vote for every one hundred Dsraeoratlo
votes, sad an sdditlonal Tote for every fraction
of fifty votes and over, east for R. P. Bonnej, oa
ths second Tneidsy of October, 1 R6, In ths differ
ent counties or sub-divisions of counties, ths
townships and wards will salset dslsgatss as fol
First Ward J Clay I
Second Ward 1 Randolph 2
Third Ward 1 Wayne 1
Fourth Ward 4 Butler 1
Fifth Ward 4 German 3
Sixth Ward Washington 2
Maditen 2 Miami 6
Jsffereoa S Harrison 8
Jsokson 3 Van Buren 2
2 Mad River 2
By order JONATHAN KENNEY,
W. P. JAMES,
W. H. GILLESPIE,
Dom. Cent, Com, Mont, Co.,
Dayton, 7th November, 1859.
tTThe Gssette of lest Saturday said :
We have no Daily to annoy us and chaiu us
down like spsoiels, and we mean to ptiKb the
Weekly, if possible, into every family in tbe
Our neighbor is no doubt pleasantly situstrd
in thst be does not have to toil early snd Isle
to furnish the public dsily with an epitome of
lha world's doings at home and abroad; and we
do not wonder that in referring to the 'roubloua
psst he should feel glsd thst hs is a dog no
longer. But we flon't see the beauty of the
course our neighbor proposes to pursue, in the
latter part of the sentence given above. We
would be pleased we may ssy, delighted-
have every family in the county take our pi
but we will not sttempt to puth it upon them .
If they do not plesse to tske it, we will not try
to force them to do sn, The people of this
Valley do not relish thst kind of thing; snd
we hsve lived among them loog enough to know
Fails to Defbnd Him, Tbe Ashtabula
Sentinel bag not one word to say in denial
of the crashing evidence going to oonviot
Joshua It. Uiddings of ' complicity in the
Harper's Ferry insurrection. Heretofore
tbe Sentinel has been Mr. Giddings' organ,
and wae ready to pitch in whenever that
arch-agitator waa named in connection with
s charge against him. Mow it baa not a
word to aay. The good book tells ua th at
"the ox knoweth hi owner and the ass his
master's orib,' but it seems that the Editor
of the Sentinel, although be knows tbe crib,
forgets its owner in the day of bis sorest
Intknsb Modbbtt. It must be inferred
that the writer of the following has aoquired
all the usful knowledge to be obtained in
the world, snd that he has nothing further
to desire. We copy from the Dayton Week
ly Oasette of last Saturday :
The Weekly Oaxette now numbers about
two thousand subscribers; s larger list than
any country paper in Ohio, and double that
of soy Weekly paper published in Dayton.
It may be possible that the people who
read the papers sre expeoted to believe the
above. Few will be found impressible enongb
to take it in ; snd to such we will say that
it is not true : s matter which the writer
could have ascertained before he published
We do not objeot to fair competition ; we
rather like it ; it is better for sll eoncerncd ;
it ia tbe practice of misrepresenting l.nd
falsifying in competition that we depress te.
r The thieves hereabouts are active. They
are eommltiag depredations svsry evening in
different parts of tbs city. It will, s think, be
a good plan lor our eittssns to refuse goung ped
dlers admittance te their houses. Tc ay msy net
hare any Idea of stealing, but than they learn
whe a ths ladies procure their money, and oan get
the bang of the door fastenings, if thsy wish to.
A. large quantity of Venison has basn
brought to this city wITbln ths past week. This
indicates thst ths hunters are having look In
bringing down the deer. Venison saddles are no
longer a rarity, and steaks sre not sought aftei as
they were a week sgo, when purcbssers were more
numerous than tbs steaks.
w- The New York Theatres are making ths
moat of 'Oaaawatomls Brown,' as wall as the Iol-
Uielans. Hsii well.made to pelnt a me rat and
adorn a tale la a sew piece to be played st lbs
National, on ths oooasioa of tbs re opening of that
ssT 'Prol.' Poulton, whe was rseen'.ly tarred
aad feathered In Saratoga county, N. T , en so
count of his having eloped with a young lady
while be had a wife living, bas got into trouble
again, having been arretted at Rochester for set
Ung fire to a room which bs occupied at the Nsw
n There l. e bell in the French Osthsdral,
in Montreal, Canada, which weighs twenty
nine thousand pounds, and which requires six
teen men to ring it.
feaV We saw some of tbe ebeioe' beef which
Stover A Plsua are furnishing the public. It
as SMS as any we ever saw here or elaewbere.
They hsve a lot of cattle which cannot be surpeas
sd ia the country. Try their shop at ths Nsw
fefV kessseaber, young folks, that the Arctic
Panorama will be exhibited at Hustoa Hall
morrow afteraoea at 1 o'clock, and It will bs tbs
hut ehsaoe you will hare te see this beautiful
ITSee sotiee of fresh arrival of good tbi ngs
at Brandenburg Go's. 300 Third st. T hey
are sow prepared te supply every thing goo d.
pgr Man's greatest Meaty is Whiskey,
fern, Tbs Grand Jury is In sssslea. It is be
Usvsd lhat there will set bs much business before
A gunsmith ia Texse murdered bis wife
putting her head ia s vies ssd snaking It
Rev. Geo. C. Cram.
By the invitation we yesterdsy attended
the Sabbath morning aerviie at Rspef Chspel,
where the pastor, Rev, Gee. 0. Drum, wss lo
discourse upon the subject of Sabbatb Bchnole
snd Bnbbalh School instruction. Ws bsd often
hesrd of the chaste and cla.sic beauty ol his
sermons, and in the present instance nur most
sanguine expectations were more tltsn realised.
The sermon wss neatly and skillfully knitted
and dove-tailed together forming a most com
plete and charming whole, internpersed with
chaste snd striking illuatralious, grand snd
besutiful thoughts, aud the most stirring refte
linns. We wirhwe Could give our feeders sn
epitome of Mr. Crum's deeply interesting ad
drras, but nothing leas than the speskcr's own
langusge would do him snything like justice.
The text was from one of the Saviour's most
solemn snd psthetic discourses, in which, after
declaring lhat Ho had come to seek and to ssve
that which wss lost, introduces a most striking
simile. If s msn hsve sn hundred sheep and
one of them be gone astray, doth he not leave
the ninety and nine and seek ths lust one?
And if so be that ths lost is found, be rejoiccth
moreover that sheep, than over the "ninety
and nine" which went not astray; then Ue
breaks forth in the sublime Isoguage, which
wss selected by our speaker sa his textt "Even
so, it is not the will of your Father which is
in heaven that one of these little ones should
perish." Mstthew 18 14. Josu loved little
children, they were theobjVetsof special regard
and tender are He ssys, "auflfur little children
to come unto me sod forbid them not," That
little child slsnding in the midat of the disci
pies was the r presentstireof sll little children,
ss all might, in one sense, stand in the pres
ence of Jesus, uodsr the sweet light of His face,
the object of His regard snd tender love.
The spesker claimed we should especially re
gsrd theso little ones little now but buds of
promise for lbs future; yes, little in the pstiiua
tiou of those whe neglect lliem, snd rcfitae to
care for tboir mental and spiritual wants
Things which sre small are sometimes, in them
selves great aod noble. Thst twinkling star
in ths distant hssvens how little it appears
a tiny spark; a mere speck upon the face of
the sky; but pat a teletcope to your eye. look
at It in the light of science psas within itsurs
bit snd a world, itrsnd snd glorious, spreads
oul be'ore yoti.fadiant with the displays of di
vine grestness, lbs abode perhaps, of physical
aod intellectual life. Look at theae little chil
dren n the light of ihe Bible, pli ee their fu
ture within the range of your viaion and how
great and interesting they become. That beau
tiful stsr, thst distant world may perish, bul
that mind of resson, thst imm rtal soul, all
i. I fa great, eublime snd diguitied in msn
.lu.i uever perish. Tour neglected boy, dear
hesrer, may become a poet, a atateaman,a phil
ospher, and dussle tbe world with the splendor
of his genius; but, oh I terriblo thought I he
may become a prodigy of wickedness sud as
loniah the world with tbe boldtiets of his
crimes, Toatebsudoned woman, now so lost
to shame, waa once a beautiful sweet little girl.
Oh, how geaileand loving then, how lost and
ruined now nowl Thst poor ragged boy, the
boot blsck for the students of Oxford College,
huw insiguificBot aod mean he sppesred,but a
few years transformed into the prince of orators,
the devoted Whitfield. The speaker next ad
verled to the daoger which tbe young are cons
The very thought of a child in danger stsrtles
us. Were it drowning, strong men would
plunge in to save it. Were it lost in the wild
erness a whole community would fly to its
rescue. But dangers beset it on every side
more terrible then these dsngers deep and
dark as hell aod vaat as eternity. If one of
you boys, should follow the canal, you will
discovor that it is fed by the great river or per
haps a reservoir, so if you trace the evil actions
of men back to their source thst source will
be found to be the heart, Thst hesrt is repre
sented as being "desperately wicked and de
ceitful above all things." Who has not seen
tbe dimpled hsnd strike the loving bosom,
where, ere ihet. it fondly nestled. What snx
ious mother hss not wrestled with the self will,
pride, aod jealousy of lhat little ooe. Though
freple now, these passions msy be, who can re
sisl their power or curb absolutely thsir devol
npmentt 'Twereessier to chaiu the bu'ning
deseit wind. or stsy tbe rolling river of lava
from tbs Volcsno. Then above all things as
you value the safely of your child exert your
aelf to atay ile evil diepotition and to keep its
nassions in aubordioation, before the strong
tides of its naturs carry it far beyond your con
trol. Bad example is another danger Parents
themaelves sometimes give their children a do
cidedly bsd exsmple while living, and dying
bequeath to these a dark aud dreadful legacy
of irreligioo, infidelity, sin aud crime, which
after being perpetuated they in turn bequeath
to suother generation. Besides, evil abounds
iu jour mid-t. It looks in at your windows,
forces itself in st your doors and presses upon
you like a besieging enemy oo every sids.
Men of rauk, influence, talent, wit and learn
ing, stand up in every community the foes of
good and Ihe revilera of religion. Bsd eomps.
ny is another fruitful source of danger to the
young. The spesker here described the baleful
effects of evil sssociatiooa with much warmth
and effect, warning the young against the com
pany of those whom plesaure ia to entire the
yosog to sin, to counteract the sdriceof psrents
and poison the very springs of virtue. Bad
books were alao referred to aa a source of dan
ger. Hs had a word of warning on this point
The ligbt aod fashionable literature of the
times was directed snd iu hidrousnesa, aod
baleful iuflueuce upon the mind and heart, tx
hibited iu their true light. Popular amuse
ments, cards snd drinkiug were slso referred lo
a. constant sources of dsoger. The spesker
then closed with s most sloqurnt and telling
demonstration of our duty to our childreo snd
of the Savioui's unwillingness that any should
go sway. Ws have gives s very feeble aud
. . . -, . r-w nf it. nnim, i,f
lea pe. f Ml sole of a few ol Ihe ruaey points ol
tbis truly elrgsut, beautiful, aud thrilling ssr-
The amount of gold produced during ths last
tea years by the mines of California aud Aus
trails, is said te be 1. 400,1(00,000
The sale of tlafus Choale'a library Just com
pleted by suction, will realise to his family
The Victoria bridge over ths St. Lawresca, st
Montreal, bee already eoet saves millions five
hundred thousand dollare, aad two or then
months will set bs required to finish ths work.
The young people of Troy, N. Y hsve for
med s sksliogelub for wisur amoasmeot.
Lsdiea are admitted open proposal of tbe male
msmbera, each one of whom eooalitates him
self instructor, if need be, of ihe lady proposed.
The psiutings and other works of art be
ln.U. an I K l.t. mA Vnrili aiW mrm -m 1 1
.,ld by auction Ahhoueh tko go. 41.4 kwlr
nesrrsd fol his ssra use, sarMsal husdred sps
lt.LU.s-- tk-JJ -
cimens, the collections sold yielded ths pretty
enm of 1450,000.
Lsdy Morgsn says. In one of her works, that
'one of the ebiogs worth a visit lo Paris Is the
exquisite confectionery, so light and so psrfui
med that It resembles congesled odors, or a
crystalisation of ihe essence of sweet flowers."
Iu the Court of Oyer and Terminer, at New
Tork, six murderers were arraigned last Mon
dsy, and eleven Indictments found against
Lsne, Ihe "fast" clerk of the Fulton Bsnk.
Lippineott, of Philsdelphia, has bought the
copy right lately held by Phillips, Ssmpsoa A
Co., and will hereafter be the exclusive pubs
liaher of the Prescott histories.
The great oyster bed off Norwslk, is nearly
played out" already. The receipts are be
ginning to fall off very sensibly. Some 200
veaaels only sre now engaged in taking ihe
bivalves from the new place.
Six of the Irish laborers engaged in the re
cent Bergen Tunnel riots, in which the United
States mails were stopped, were convicted on
Mondsy, sad sentenced to two years' imptiso
on men t esch in the State Prison.
Judge Cady, who died on the 31 st. , at his
residence In Johnstown, was verging upon the
igbty eighth year of bis aue, and was one of
the oldest, if not the oldest lawyer In New Ynrk
State. He was admitted to the bar wheo
Washington was President and George Clinton
For the Daily Empire.
Observations Upon Dayton.
Ur Editor i I noticed in your isius of ths .Id
lmt., that yon accused Dayton visitors of thinking
your elty Moo near Clnoinnati to Inoreare much
in population.' I being, at present, a visitor lo
your city, beg the privilege of dissenting from
such an opinion, ss I think it too much of a slur
on good, common ssnts judgment.
To bs surs, Cincinnati is a much larger city than
yours, and would, wars it not for its coal amoks
and soot, make a big shew, but this throws a di. -mal
aspect ovsr ths wbols city, snd I sst it down
as one of ths chief reasons why Cincinnati will
not hurt tbe growth of Daytou. Besides Clncin
nait has not room enough to make it either a
pleasant or agreesbls plscs of residence.
Tour olty is void sf sll ths abovs objections,
and eon.aqusntly must thrive, and ere long be-
ooms a spacious and commanding elty. The sa
lubrity rf your climate, your ample streets, fine
shade trees, and lha great atlsntion paid to shrub
bry, gardens, etc., render your city not only
pleasant, but highly picturesque. This scenery
will make It oslehratsd f jr beauty, and necessarily
propagrate ita growth.
Your commercial facilities by water are rather
nitad; but by rail are hardly squa.led by any
inland city in ths Uuion. Such privileges must
necessarily givs the 'onward march' to Da) ton,
and I thi-ulit predint sre your 'twenty j ears rolled
around, you would number your '200,00(1.'
Your manufactures are highly creditable to the
oity. They have all kinds of machinery fur per
fecting and early completing any piece of work ,
desired. Thsy givs smploy to a great numbirof
workman, all of whom seem to enjoy induatry,
and think it is bsttar to earn thsir daily bread by
lbs awsat of thsir brews thsn to squauder their
lime iu idleness.
I next pass to your churches, and find them
smply finished, furnished, and filled with a goodly
number, who seem to wur.hip 'in spirit and in
The nourishing schools of Dsy ton I cannot pass
unnot.ced, all of which ars plsasantly located,
well arranged, and undsr thorough discipline.
rbsy ars wsll worthy ths attention of a.1 who
wish a good edueation.
Aa I bars now given your city a partial glean
ing, allow ms to step to some of tba pleasant sur
rounding hill tops. Among tbs first that I visit
ed were those of Woodland Cemetery; and it be-
Soon s me te ssy that it it a wall saleoted spot for
ths rcposs of ths dead. Perhaps time may make
it surpass any Cemetery in ths BUM.
A word about ths souibsrh Ohio Lunatic A-y-
lum and I am done. It is a well arrangdd in.ti.
tu ion undsr good mansgsment and, abovs sll,
lu slsanliaese oanuot be surpassed.
To sum up my scattered remarks, allow me say
that Dayton is a clean and beautiful city, and lhat
a situation upon your wids aad plsassnt avenues
is far preferable to ons on the narrow, dingy
streets of Cincinnati.
6uch are the caadid observations of a
Brumous 10 Bills. On last Thursday eve
ning a man entered the Grocery Store cf the Bros.
Green, tit Third street, sad purchased a couple
of small articles, and presented a $10 bill on the
Bute Bank of Ohio ia payment. The bid looked
firstrate, and he received his cbangs. After he
wss gons il was ascertained thst he bad laltthe
artiolss hs bought; aad, en elose inspection, tbs
bill he passsd wss fosnd to bs a f 1, tbe printing
and port-ait oa cither end bad been taken out
oleanly, by sojis enemies! process, and new por
trait, figures and printed word 'ten' Inserted is
thsir plsos. It is wsll exeouted, and calculated to
paas anywhere anlais elossly soruliB:ted. The
nun wss largs, stoutly built, had dark heavy hai
heavy whiskers, and was we'l dressed. Ue has
doubtless pot otbsr bills of tbs saoes kind in cir
culation hare and elsewhere Boon thj look out
for suoh money.
Electricity as t& liciueeijr lu u
Cluttt of sDUeaeefe!
DE. B. FICXEKXNQ b& ftbuwu Ly hia
praetle, embracing a period of ten yeara, that Klec
tueitj U a reliable remedy la allVeUoae otherwise
loourable. He haa iu Ale poeeeelon testlmonlale of
numtroue eaaae net h bee cured, of epaarna, rheu
matism, paley, neuralgia, partial deafoeee, perlthed
Umbe, merourUl diaeaaea U.rete.. ahowing couclu
iveiy that positive rellaaee an be given tothla
Caargm aaoderate. Consultation free.
OFFR'aCot-MF of First and Jefferson streets,
H heels' Buldilng, Day to , Ohio. novl-tf
THE NEW WONDER.
Petwr Joese's Hair Keslorailvc'.l
TfltS flair Restorative ia now acknow).
edged to be thebeetever invented for all dleea eaof
the Hair aad the Scalp, and It has woraed womlrre
mhmay UWMl, e.eer.1 of our oltiiens have tried
Us aad aiiejut im the highest Uras of Its curative
properties. The following la one amonft; the many
OsMtattoettfS iut iisvttd by the Proprietor:
u.yton, nepc tn. i we.
Ma. P. Josae: Poreeveral years I'svst, Irum tome
eauee. our natr has bee gradually failinr out. until
eatle betldassa tiireateoeti ue. VVe have tried va
rious remedies, but without an good reeult. We
were intlueed to try your Restorative" by hearing
it hurnly spoaeo or dy uoeo who bad need it. and
who assured us that It had the etteot of b in,, c
new aad vigorous growth of hair tiion their beads.
We have usd It, aod its good eittoeU are plkialy vis
ibie to the resvawed growth of hair whir we were
ftat beoomliig bald. W eanaot recommend the He
etorettve too highly. Tours, truly,
8. L. BKOaDU KLL,
si. J, IWALKM.
Poe i ale at the Barber Babp of Peter Josse, 41
Jettcret etioet, isjtua. oetie-am
Mr. THEODORE T. AXE. Tesoher of
FENM tNSHir, will gtve a course ot Private
Usaooa to Lxltea, only, at toe house ol Mr. UA fi
le: L kll HMimu, oa He.-oad atrMl, day aad eve-
aiag. rot Kurtaee taloraaattoo inquire sA the house,
ro. sie. eeissNiw
Ho, Ye Anglers.
0AhLJZ J; f ?!lJ!iJ!!
. m-. 7n-
JUST A R R I V E D I
THE following are some of the oeoessaritfi
and luxuri s Just received t
aOBbls Bsst Quality of Crsnbarriss!
500 lUili Apples, comprising:
Il I Clrocnings. Vnndiver Pippins,
and other varietlea of choice anil common fruit.
20 lix's M R Knieina very nice.
AO 1 1 rums extra Figs.
I I'.bl Sultiina Prunes
A very excellent artlole,
Ac,. yd. HRAN DEN HUIM1 Co
No. s e Third st. (Journal oopj) nov7
Fresh Goods! Fair Frices!
G.KOCKUS AND PRODUCE DEALERS
lis Main st , s doors below the Market House.
A fullsuppl of Choice Family Groceries, of which
we warrant all good.
Rio Coffee, Mocha, Java, Mt'irmbo.
Mt INTIRK BAIRD.
Imp Tea Y il do, Hlack do, fiunpowdrtr d
Mi INT1HE A BAIRD.
N O Molcinsr-B, H U Molasses. Svrups,
M INTIHK 4 BAIRO.
N O Sugar, I'owd do, Gran do, Crushed do
CorTle do Mi IM'lhK It BA1R1I.
Oround I'eppor, Alleniue. Cloves, Cinainon,
Mil.NTlHK k BAIH1I;
BaleratuiA Cr Tartar
A superior article, which we wnrrnht pure
MelNTIRH A BAIHD.
llrnnsnn s Fine Cut Tobacco.
Soaps, Cheese, Cornmesl,
Crocker, A Uueensu sre,
00 ni ls Apples. lUelNI'lHK k BAIRO.
1 V ft youne in rm wpII ac(ii intrd in tlii
oi ry ana vicini
It'intlon o lotne Mcrcuri
Tipriki UerinnD, uadrritnniir
'otiblv hiitrt Hoolt-krei.lt k, it ml m an excellent
Me'iimn ( an renilpr undoubted tretluionlaUne t
ehur-clerrsif1 0AMt'lty. or lurther lufuriuAtloii
Miiu.ta At Mill Mtlloe. notri
Jl. V. Rchp, I'lAlDtlfT ) Before Samuel Arnold, J.
P of CU Tp., ftlout-
Jlr. D. J. Keete, Def
gomery coun'y, O,
U.N the e4ih tiny oi UetnlnT. IWJ, nuld Jur
lice Uuv' an order of attAchnirnt tn ihe alo.e
net Ion lor the tioi of Twenty-four DoIIa ant.
miy-miie. ceii. v, w. nt nan.
Arlington, uci asm n vq w
JOHN CeALlaVBAV'fc 11111 .
XIOTH'K. in heroliv pivm thnt the ouHcri
1 ' her hfii bM' appointed and qualified the ad-
tniniitr'irr u ith tt e win annex, d ol the Ksttate o
John Cadahan, lateof Mon tinnier County, ueceAa
ed HICa IALLaHAN.
Nov. 7, 1bf0 ww
BY" a n. mi of unHniihted incoirrity find u
nerif.r butlnena nualltUatloni; alto, an extwri-
enee of flten yean in a general mei can tile Hie.
irca AitUAuon in a ury uoout or urocery nouee
lu tile city, to art tn cnpadT) ol lemn. Hit
very beit of eit reference: given, nt to character.
Id- uetry, c, by aldrenAlng M. It H., box sovt, Ua
ton, uhlo; no vatt
v. v. WOOD,
n. r. inKAo,
C. H. WIHTstrtt
WOOD, NEAD & WINTERS,
Attorneys at Law,
WIMi MAKE COLLECTIONS AND
attend promptly to all legal business entruated
to them, In this aod adjoining counllea.
OFK1CE ooutli-enst corner of Main and Third
sts., opposite ihe Phillips house. nova
A Valuable Tract of Land
WILL BE ECLD AT A BARGAIN.'
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, COJf
taiiiic k One Hundred and Sixty Aoret", tsnuw
offered ( r the f.rt time at private vale. It is Jo
oitetl in Paulding conuty, 3 tniltf from tbe Con my
Seat, ami 1 mile (rum the Wabaih and Erie Ca
noil. It is heavily timbered, ai i one of the
must deniable pieces of land in INorih Western
Obiu. Tbe title il ftrt cIhvii. and there are no
incumbranoo upon it. The land oan be hud nt a
bnrtfain, if aiU'lioHtiun be in ado iuun.
Particular information eau be had of the land
by culling on C. P. BUB KB,
Chrutofiher'a Auction Roc mi, euroer of Jeffor
kon end Market it. nov. 3.
IINECON D STOCK ! I
RICH DREbB OOODS1
Staple :Goods! ! '
men and boys' goods ii
sow ores AT
D. W. WINTERS',
Ho. 4 Mais street,
novS-dAw Oppoaite ths Court House.
I 1 AS REMOVED TO THE STAND KE-
l J centlv nccutued by Cant. Machir. N . SI. Main
street, whi re he will btj leised to fee his old cus
tomers, anu scores oi new oufi.
He has largely added to his already larg 'ock of
4' to iii Itlude Itooit, und ho.
Which are made of the best stock and by the best
worauient aud which he will warrant. The p blio
aro invited to ead aud ens mine hie wora before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is not asi.amedot tt.
Ail work warrant! aa represented.
Uemember the New sued No it Haln et.
J. U. 91 ITSiMAN.
Steam & Gas Pipe Fitter,
RETURNS THANKS FOR FAST PA
tronaxe, an 1 a licits a eoutlnuanoe. I have al-
wan out in Gas Pitte tto uer oent lower I hue it is
d n iu any ton iu u. io, eacet Linsmnati ; aad
haveeoldUae Fixture ua low as sokl an whtrej
and have never published a lie to get custom
1 out up Uaa Pipe and r tatutoe
AS LOW AS THE LOWEST 1
1. O STUTSMAN,
aovt-Sasd I etnrraon St., betu.ea SU aae d.
A. V. IIOFLK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Aud ft slur y eubllc.
SsT" Omr im Ct.kou's Ht'tt oiNo,
(With T K. Thresher ) in the rooms formerly ooou
pled by Vallaudighaaa e AleMahoo. oct.-la,d
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YOUK,
Ths Union Saloon,
Aad will be served up la overs style sestred.
LUNCH SVIBir atOBNlMQ. ATMO'CVB.
. Y t - .
JPT BltKIYKD AT
PA Y NE S!
A GOOD FIOI1T, and OTHER TALKS.
By Charles Heeds. ...
Timothy Tircmbs New R..k Qo'ld Fill
h.rumered from Po ular Proverbs.
'A College Juke tu Cure the Dumps "
The Adventures of Mr. Verdant ()ren
Bylutht.ert ttede, B. A. wlili see Humorous
Ths Minister's Wooing
Harriet Peerhcr stnwe.
Forty Years in tlin WiMi-riiee "f Rfl snd
Howilersi or The Cogttatinna and ronleaton. or
an Ageu f'ietoJan. .
The Rectory of Morelandj or My Iutv.
A . rime Bonk.
"Renlnh;'' a Hcnnnt Story nf Fooiherti l.ilo.
By Augusta J. Kvaoa.
Ri preaentittive Men of the Now T.-einrr-r nr,
A Book for Young Men. By Ceo. C Balitwln.
Jword and Mown.
By Anlbornf "Oily Livingstone."
Lessons at the Cross.
S-htiu. 1 Hopkins.
Out of tlit Drptli; Story ofn V,,iii,ni ,.ilo.
A Stranpe Dmk.
At . rAYNK',
nn22. " Nn.CO, .Vain .trait.
i'rofliice nnl I'l ovishin (on-M
MOH IGOMiRT HOUK,
Til I II U STKhKT, li, 1
. r . T
JACOB HBIDLEH, Pioprlotor
rilK KXCKLSIOK ' PUODl'CK AM
1 i:OMVI!4iON 8TOHK Is now tn tho beat p-a(-hie
trim for the winter t anipalgn. 'I he yH' letcr
having had lotiir, experienre im a caterer ut t'-e ( n''
lic taste, undernthiifls In ly the ta lewnnmoi tlua
oomuiunlty, and Is prepand to aupply. them.
Together wllh all the iKtlo rdihto exli ns hn Ate
sKigrtteOil to the pa ate iliirlng the in'T, 'vill al
wa be kept fresh ami nice, suijivt tn the ordt-r of
the pubjlo who esn p)'riTinte the enm en It tie nf
ohrniuinit such things evwiy tisy, and at any Uhic of .
Old Juke Is determined to pleme the lieopte; nitd
if he docs nut, he i detvrmuicd it sl.tiil not lv his
He d' slrrs the people tn call aad see hU p'ac
He Insure he can uleAre them. nov dtf
To Vitrei Sever; D Hint and Cn'oirti.
lK il ordntnriJ bv '!' i ty l mu il cf
the City ot 1)4 ton, tl.At ft I. no ttUvcr to
plsee anything of w hatt vit Bftnus. hii'li ,hti h.
it met the flotseajf wi.tei in nu ft hci, uikii. uj cul
vert In said olty, or to suil - r surh o sii uciti u tn ie
main there. n; snd anj i viton iiiv.itsd i. ii i r
tiatlon by the Martha! or SUtvt I cm n i s) i.-r,
whoedutv It is herebt ma 'e lo blfau info aim n
with the avoi m soon as llii't mi . i.ci t.l ri.it. b
struoMonsli I o me to the know M Oi s - i e il i t.t
hem) ot on the complaint M mi ) i 1 1 er m t i U -Tore
the Ma v or of sit I clt , or plaeins i-uch oh.-t i na
tion lit any shw r, dra.u -r uulv n, or nutlt , int fie
nnie 'o icfiifiln t etrin, Btinll ia llnt-d in uin sum
not exeeeilmg ten dtl.ar and h the voV'a ot
2 Thnt no p-eon shall erM a y s'aIe pit; pen
or other struo ure out n drain oi t hi r, t.i nrT
sn culv rt, so as io In'etleie ulili or e i itie
'leanlnc of th an ej mid Any oivier ol such sin
Itlv, pitf pi-n or other sr rue turt' i lee eil ,. i-i aiv
drain or sesvr. or noar mi- cu vi t a)iu)i in (en tie n
with or prevents the cieanfnp tl e-t t. t fo st h i h
use to rmove tbe rmue wit tin t n ua a a Her b.'ii.a
uotiMedso to do ! the LITy MirtiU.il. -hl- on f
vlctlon thereof bef ie the r fl viT , te.
tliie-d not more t an ten ilol Art; nd n m o bo
fined five dn la s pT dn unl 1 1 ifh at nil o, j ft en
o other atrucimc shill bu leu oitd, hi o p H
costs of ivi-ee-utitio
a This ordtnAiiCc fhail tske t Pre And te In fortre
from aud alter lis publication. Ati ht,
U M UO PKHf!1 K.
Tren't I Luutfil.
A. A. Bt'TTEHriEi.D, City CiUfk. novS
MRS. HUNK, ot
Cincinnati, propr.se lorioina i aVT1..
unncmg (. bins at t c i'liilhps 11- iis 'v7kf'
in this city should they receue pti- sA.
pils enough toj'istifj lliem tu n On nv j -i-ticulsisnpply
t iMf. flut hell, ul tlie i luliij p hi ite.
C. S. MALTBY'S OYKRS!
I AM rpuriviritr dilj bv vxri;M Iull;vr
Oil hi He J B, anils of
r-ELECTEU AND NO. I. FRESH
Which I will sell by Ihe ease, enn or h ill
esn, as low as any utlier boure iu Utiy
ton. All Oyters sold are Ha.Taoted t icsh
Also, aplced snd Cove Ovstera alu-ays on hnnT.
nuvJ.lfim H. t. .MAWVliLL.
Fresh Oyster a
SOLO IS DAYTCN
He Always Hs Th.m.
Oyster Season Opened!!
Received by Express Direct from
B ALTIMOB El
Every Oay in llti Wi t k!
TllE Hiiliacriliera are now rei-eiv'u-t. d-iilv
by Kapress the best nusltl) r-t Tallin r r- t-iei a.
v-hl h tbey w ill Hariai.t .oo.l
' k' 1 ll U.e LAN,
UALr CAN OB t AKC. at the Tiit
Faiuihesand liealeia suppliu on 1 i einl li ir s.
Oruera a -licltcd trom Uea.eis ii eei , (.m lul the
tieaiember thevkeep Ihcbesi In tbe inatli-t
W. li. liKA.M'KMtl lit; A- t tl .'
septl No son, sil street. UaySnn.
AN OHDIS AWCE.
Tt Cauere Iki ltVtiera M'irk't Stat.
SEC. 1. lie it ordained by the t nv C oun
cil of the oity of l ayton. that the' W est, ru
Maraet space, as now ill tiled st:n esMtmf.Ii -tl. l-e,
aad tne aame ia hereby ao enlarued and eatt-itiled nm
to embrace all of I hiril anil Kiui lb t'.itet. tionitbe
weat line oi Mala atreet to the e-tt line Ol J der
eon .Ireet, insaideil).
Sec. S. That ililaonliaanee take elT.xt and be iu
force from and alter Us ps.stkr
WM B .MIIKKIiuR, I'n-s't Couo. il.
A. A. BtiTrs:u,-i;ia, Ct tUra. oc
Coort of Common Pleas fir tbe r-ecood
It is ordered ty the Ju.iaea i f the .Cavil ot
Ciimanin Flrus f. r lbs r'eo iii Jumt-il l-i,,t.ii t iu
Ohio, ih it the tiuies fr in.1 ii'K ttiv I i-ii.iiL'. un
aad tue Courts of C-niiuwn r,e. in rh reeil
eouaiiea ooirpoiitee said Dmiri.t, tor lie Kir
1 8tifl, oa and the same sis be lixi'i sua jru
soH -ed as f--l o.r
DlarulCT COt:ET. Bu'ler e- un'j-, Ap- I II.
Preble C'iuuii, M X, Ihirlte iouuii .M II.
Montaeaery cuuuiy, M - 21. M.s ui r.um.i Jucn
4, Clint-a eiuuty, Augu.l 2u. V arrrii r. ntry,
8ept .1 (1 eene o-mtilv, eei t lu, tVurte i-uli,
bep. 3li. Cliami aign eo-inlv. 'et I.
('OI K IS OK CilMMuM PLKA-I hi 1I ER
CO UN I Y. .Vol day. ii l-ieer l. ilon u.jmis
18, Mndy. Autru-i A 5lnnda, c 5.
UAKKL COl)Nl Mommy, 1". l.,Hrv i.
Monday, Apiil lt, Uundi.;, Auui I 6. M-eda;. ,
PKKULK COUNTY. Moedav, M -'cbS, M- n
day. June IS, M nuay, Au.u t .11, At nday,
CHAMPAIGN COl N1V .- Mond.v. FaHuary
I a, M ndav, Jnn- if, Mi na. I'. I. li.
MONTioMKfty I'OCN XT. N miay, Narcil
S, Mondny, Junt 24. 1nedev, ov &
MlAVICi'l N IV M da.-,Apr.l S, Jl.ud ,
Aaitn-I : M-nilsv D-i J
CLlN Os ii'l.NlV M ndai. P.bniar) V,
Muadsy. J..n. M n i.j. 0. u l .1 li
lLAKKS Cuti.N fV.-4I .niu K-i ru.t y C,
soaitav, June IS. MohiUn, tiet. i i.
(sitbfcNK (lUMV M id.y. f .rvh IU,
Mon- ay Jalv 1 Momlav, N-.v. W.
WAHhtN COL MY.- Muie.y, Jl.r.h 19,
Mouduy, July I, Meuday.Nu' ltf.
' (IKOhiiti J SMITfT,
VI .IS. J tilLVORR,
October ll.t, lo .w. JuJsi .
Pt.ts i t Ohio,
Uiatou.miv oun.si. )
I. DAVID K. BOYhK. l lerh t ,h- C. ur- of
CiMum. in Fieas iii and f.r .aid roioty lesiifv
that lbs fon-gnmg is truly ukm ami ri id
frona the innisl of .aid coon at Dayluu iLla
l.l riav of Nuveintiei. A D I.'i9.
m.vJsw DAV1UK 10 YEN, CI' ik.
I K RARRkLS of thebeat quality of Mivbi
I O gan Cranberries, in eaee lent eeiti!llli i.. Jnht
reeeivesi, and lul aal. al i.aoJ.Ml. ai i mall, at
BHANDhMILHI. A IU n,
Mta No s-.i. Tiitni st.
HACKS Alriiitui tea Nut.
a mi1, i.
riHitlK Iv4 C C ll.iiua junt received al
' , LM.S W. M. OHaUI'S