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Bt. Joseph's Church
FOR TH RRNEF1T 0: TBI - - r
BATURD AY, DECEMBER 17TH, '39,
HS"COTI( ) l-'Ott MIX
No. 11(5, Main street.
iLADIi:S ill U KNTLKMKN.j
1 ni! YtW IN
YtW IN WANT OF
thine; In the way of
M.o.-s nil 111
Of any Kind! II" .ft,
(10 well to rcium
N. W. Wilson,;
NO. 111! MAIN' ST., I,
If AS A j
II I o O VN
Bin ill w,''ih lie tillers At low PHI-'
. f'KS as any othrr house In llir
BTUCull and juJn for
yourselves, i ;
If. W. WILSON,
ootai No. no Mtn it.
H .mV.jl L IS! juisCfl
P. H. D'AUCY,
post ornuij uvimxxh,
TH NOW HKOF.IVINO HIS STOCK OK
A Goooils for the HOI.illAYS, which for beauty
Mid vartetyare tniBiiriiassril In this city. Hisaloi k
of Cnmltca anil I'onli'clii liciit'l is complete, and of
the very ln'Ht qiiiilttirs.
He Is illno uent for Mnltby'a Baltimore Oysters,
which will lie .old on reiijorrHtile terms, eltht-r by
tho can, hall can or plate.
He extends a cnnli:il Invitation to his friends ami
tho public generally, to give lilm n call, none
Death to Katf? and Vermin!
iiuim hi; coitm:!!
fUTIZKNS, MILLERS AND FARMERS!
" now In your time to . tin nilnntn your llats,
Mioo, Htmches Hnd Ht-tl Iltiptrf. Hy tho mini'.! of
many Citisena I have prepared two hundred boxes
of my hxeelslor Veiui.ii Ilestroyi-r, lor tho use ol
tlioae who mny ho plsuueil with 1lir.no destructive
vrruiln; and 1 will continue to keep It all throiiKh
Tim preparation In free from All dangerous pois
ons, and can be used In Kitchens, Pantries, t'np
boanls, Cellars or stables, without being In (lunger
of Injuring the huiuan family, or hst-lul animal.;
but la .lire to destroy that which It i. designed for.
The testimony 01 hundreds of C itUuns can be had
to testily to the utility of tlila article, as the) have
used It lor many tears. Itleaviemi sti nch, na tho
vermin good' to strnmis of water to die.
Can he had at my residence, No. 107 Jefferson .-t..
between 6th and Bill, or from the boy who will carry
It tlirotiKh town for sale.
N. 11. This ia the only preparation that haa over
been made or sold hum which contain, attractive
olia to nake vermin oat it every time It la laid lor
them. MiN. UKoT.
nov.9 Journal copy.
New Moat Market
O RE G O N .
r Ml E (JM) EKSI TT NT'iCa U VE"T6
A tho neceaaltieaol the iwople, haa opened In Iila
Grocery htoru a
DAILY MEAT MARKET,
Where the nubllccaii llnd, ilnlly, Trefh Ileef, Mut
ton, I'ork, Lord, Sauaago, ,tc, at Ihc cheapest Mar
In my Grocery every family need can he supplied:
besides good Catawba, llld Hje Ilianily Alisynlh,
juat received, and excellent
Which I sell at 10 oenla tho pint, ami S3 eenta per
bottle, tilvome a call.
Dissolution of Partnership.
BY the rntiroment (if Ooo. 1!. Unit frmn
the practice of the law, nd by mutual agree
ment, the law partners!. Ip between said Holt atd
M. a. Walker, la thla day dlsfolvril. 'the buslurta
heretofore conlldeil to us heme; iintlillshed, will re
ceive the attention of bolli the paiinera luitli ilia
IKiaedof. HOLT k WALKEK.
MI!, WALKKK und (ioortfo V. Walkor
have tliis day formed a partnership lor the
practice of the law. They will give due attention
to all huaineaa they may have cntruMcdtothfin.
Olllce on Third street, JJaylon, O., In ClenK'a
nuildliiK, No.K. M. II! WAI.KKIl,
"uv Kl. F. WAI KKH.
") & F. H. HllUIiL will be propurcd to
' furnish the oltlzens of liayton and tho allr
roundl k towna and oountry with choice fresh and
sweet Oysters, by the case or can, consisting of
DOUBLE 8 ELECTED,
The latter ara 8TALL-EED.
WrlHJNT FOKUKT THE TLACEI-tM
ALSO. Any quantity of Candlea. Nnta, Frulta,
I'ioklra, 1'caches, Tine Apples, ete., for Thankilv-''K-
, II. K. B. NHU1.L.
H0V2-J Under I'hilllps House, cor. Main k ad atr,
JOHN U. KKEIDIErT
Ol'T'ICE: CKNTIiAL OI'FJCK,
Mayor'i Eoonn, No. 70, Eaat r-i of do Main,
between Second and Third.
tary Publln in and for tl r coiintv ot Tttnnt.
oinory, Ohio, the underlined takes tins methoil to
liilorm hla Irlcnds and the public item-rally , that lie
Is now prepared m do all tho bunnies, pertaiulng
to said otllcu that may be fntiuated to lulu corract
ly and on tho shurlcat notice.
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aliotla Htur uiilla lotter itiper.
0 ' " " note, "
0 " ladii t nilt cd 'o note puper.
tl . " aaaortcd c.-lorcd nuto.
0 lino alool pons ttud liolder.
1 aliitct line b'o :in; paper.
21 udliouivo envr-lopeti, u. JorteJ oolora.
nil fur as cent",
W. 11. CAI.LKNDEU,
Whuleeulu Stationer, 1 lay ton, O.
tiaTAgcnts wanted in every county iu
i'i-i:it:N r i.. hvi miainiv,
Oifloa Mala Street, tteelo'i Bulldiugi
novM OPPOHITS ( Ot!HT HODMC.
TbeBullivau Btove Pclloh.
riiHRbestand clieapest tiling of the alntl In use
I lor giving a lastlmc ami bi illiatit polish to atove
(Jiates, eto. i'l ice 10 eenta. 'oraaleby
IHivM W.W.riTKVVAKT. Main atreot.
Al'EKHON to keep a
OHIO, MONDAY, DEC. 5, 1859.
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lilE DAILY EMTIHE
6rri0 Ol" PUIlUOATtONi;
Smpire Aailding, Third at., South tide bet.. Vain k Mem
B.tMiIIIB OOpeir yTlrif.(lTrnr.
10 nr tit p. r Wfrtc . payable to Ilia fit rrlftr.
8i n if le duplet , put up iuwrippori,Donti,
TKp Oinrlnnnti Type Pnnndry Company la
our duly autliorimd Agent to make contract!
and rriptfor Advertisements subscriptiona
dec, in that citr.
To HtiaiNKanMiK. The Empire Job Room a
arcin onmpUto trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the bout atvle
oii.iiHarb. van in Hiuit-xatnilieour Worh anil
learn our r-rtrea.
u r i o AnvitTtKBA. Advertiaementa or
nt.ici-alor the f.mnire moat be handeii loin
the office hy fen o'clock on the day they ire de
aired to be publiahed notlatrr. We cannot
airrpeminaert them afterthat hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
TIiobo who doaire to have advertisement".
inserted in the Weekly Lmpirt should hand
mem in by fatunlny morning, at the latest.
tn.Our advertising; pntroni will percoive
that, by our ftrraneoinent of readinjr matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important mattcrtotnera.
II J"See 4th pajre for Telegraph Reports.
Wantiid Immkuiatblt. Two respectable fei,
mnle Bonrdera; in a private family, where the
man is frequonlly from home; setmatresaes or
working girla preferred. Faro good, accomi
inndatiotia ample, and terms moderate. Ad.
dnss: Bonrding, Bo 410, Dsyton Post Office.
3 J" The nieiiiliors of the 1'acific Fire Oompa
ny, No. 0, are notified to meet at their House at
half past G, this evening, for exercise, and at
half past seven fur business. Important busi
ness, dVmnniling the al tendance of every moeii
her, will be transacted.
Noam BciiirEa, Sec'y.
ArrasTioM Isdm-isukkts. You will meet at
your Engine Bouae this afternoon at 5 o'clock,
f ir exercise, and ntteud a regular meeting at
7 o'clock. A full atlundance is requeued.
By order of the President,
W. II. Roucu, Sec'y.
ArrtNTioN Liuut OuardI You are hereby or
dored to appear at your Armory, on Tuesday
evening, Dec. Gih, 1M9, for the transaction of
business and the payment of dues, it being the
regular monthly meeting. There will be a drill
a, usuul after business. As business of impors
tance will bebruught before the Company, eve
ry member is expected to bo present
By order of
E, D. KikPKit, Sec'y,
IIJTho render will find a well written and
interesting communication in another column
on tho queatlon of locating the Now Penitcn.
tinry at this place. The wnler is thoroughly
informed about what he wrileaj and having
long been a resident of Dayton, and contribu
t d quite as much toward its advancement as
any other gentleman here, it is right that he
should be heard, and that, his remarks have a
proper weight in this community. We hope
the question will bo settled soon, fur we must
m-jo quickly in the matter, if we would effect
any thing for the project.
CiH'ircn 1-air The Ladiea of 8t. Joseph's
Church will give a Fair for tho benefit of the
Sister's of Charity, at Huaton Hell, commen
cing on the evening of the 17ih, and continue
about one week. The ladies, have been for
ome timo at the work of preparation, and it
i believed that they will present one of the
moat attractive fairs ever gotten up in Dayton
Kvery effort ia being made to please the good
people of ibis city, and we believe the ladiea
will fully accomplish their purpose.
ILTThe snow on Saturday eveuing raised
high hopes in the breasts of those who had be
come, hy some means, the poaseasora of nice
sleighs, and bad been unable to use them but
a few brief hours In the pant three years. The
sleet rain which commenced about 11 o'clock
P. M although very cold, did not have the
effect of sustaining previous expectations, and
the warm drizzle whiib succeeded it had well
nifih prostrated every hope built upon the snow;
but toward morning tho air became chilly, and
tho mercury, as well as the"huraan barometer,"
indicated the presence of frost, and on Sabbath
morning, su-c enough, several sleighs Were
upon our streets, gliding about for a brief hour.
We have had sleighing in Day ton I note it,
and pass it along the line.
IT There was an alarm of fire last evening,
jjat after the Church-goers were comforlably
sealed Churches. It ia said to have been oc
casioned by the burning of soot in a chimney,
in the upper part of the cily. The engii.es were
brought out promptly, and after a short, disa"
greenblo run, they were returned. There is
little fun in this thing of slarling a file alarm
on such an evening as last night; the fellows
who du such things without any good reason
should be found out and punished tied out
into (he inclement weather until they are chilled
Datto.1 Cask Si-oai. Messrs. Richardson
iClariluer havo Isken the store room on Third
slreet, north side, No. 321, recently occupied by
Jacob Coffinan, and having received a largo and
choice slock of Dry Uooda, Notious, dsc, se
lertcd expressly for this matket, are prepared to
supply the people with everything they msy de
sire or nerd iu their line, at very low prices for
cash. Having adopted the atriet cash system,
they sreetiabled lo put prices down to the very
lowest notch. It will be found to be better for
all concerned. We hope the ladiea will give
the "cash-store" a call; they will find the
goods, and clever, accommodating gentlemen
to wait on them. ,
IT A man from Ureene County was here yea
terday, we learu, ou the lookout for a horse
which was stolen from hiiu the olher night.
A niau passed through here Saturday with a
pair of horses which he offered fur sale. Their
feet had been dyed lo change the color. He
hnd also some jewelry which lie offered for sale.
The police, we are iuformed, are aflei the fel
low. Ono of the horses, It ia believed flora the
description civen, belooga la the Ureene eount
ITTA crowd of had boys were yesterday
morning asaembled near the 5lh at. eanal bridge,
engaged in riding down the hill upon sleds,
and in snowballing every body who passed
along. The police finally drove them away. ,
ILTHholl, Walker Murphy and Brown, sen.
tencud on Friday last, will be taken to Colura-
hue this evening, in charge of Deputy Sheriff
ilaviaou and deputies.
r Ilmim A Ilro . Head of the Basin, will
commence outting pork in about ten days.
This will be good newi to those who are fond
of "bone meat," and who hare always proa
cured it at the iUad of lb Basin. .
The New Penitentiary.
Ma. Entroi: The writer breame a resident of
this city from the belief, at that time, that there
was room for it to grow, ebundsnt materials
for its Improvement, natural adrantagea and a
surrounding country sufficient to support It,
and intelligence enough, if properly directed
lo cause it to become one of the most beautiful
flourishing and enterprising cities of the West
with facilities for manufacturing and inland
trade possessed by but few placea in the
country. In these views, I am pleased to say
have not been disappointed. In a few years
the population has increased four fold, and is
still rapidly increasing, as evidenced by statis
tical information. The very large Increase of
children, of (he ages taken into our public
school.), over former years, and ths necessity of
enlarging the school buildings, that have been
for years pointed to with pride, as ornaments
our city, are evidences of our prosperity.
In looking around me I sometimes feel "old
fogylsh," pr bably becauee I cannot keep op
wilh the "new fahgled and tangled isms" of
day. But as an old racer, when about the
track, I prick up my ears when I bear of pro
gress and improvement, feeling that although
msy be somewhat spavined and out of order,
would like to take my place if in condition.
Now, sir, I do not consider the new Penitet-
tisry of vital importance to us, because we esn
live and improve without it. But I do conteud
that it would add from five to ten thoussnd
persons to our population, and urge ila location
here, for the following, among many other rea
sons thst might be uamed ;
1st. We have the moat central location for
the Western and 8outh-Weatern portion of the
Sd. Our cily has more avenues of travel to
and from it than any olher city in the State.
3d. We have railroad and oanal facilitiea for
travel and transportation superior to any other
place that can be named.
4th. We have more of the vsriatiee of raw
material, at home, and easy of aocess, for
building and manufacturing than can be pros
5th. We have the most fertile country sura
rounding us to supply it with provisions and
The above may be considered aa advantagea
the State in selecting this aa its location.
To the city the following and many other
advantages might qe named:
1st. The buildings would require probably
five times as much labor to construct them as
court house. That labor would be distribs
ted among our own citizens.
2d. Wardena, Guards, Contractors, Superina
tendents, Foremen, and a lillle army of men
employed to keep ths inatilution in order.
nd its machinery properly regulated. Those
persons, numbering from one to two hundred.
would be permanent residents.
3d. Those one to two hundred persons would
require residences for their families, with food,
clothing, and all other articles required by fam
iliea to be supplied by our stores, mechanics,
and olbor tradesmen
4. Contractors in the Penitentiary requite
freqneotly manufacturing estsblishmente out
side, to prepsre materials fur manufacturing
inside, and finishing those that are manufac
tured, as ia the case at Columbus.
ft. The raw material required would keej. a
large force constantly employed to supply it.
Oth. The manufactured articles are generally
taken to large stores and aold at wholesale.
this purpose large buildinga have to be pre
pared in the city, and it ia safe to estimate that
wholrsale buainesa would be quadrupled in
few years from this and other causes that
have increased it so rapidly.
7Ui. Hundreds of persona would visit our
city, stop at our hotels, and generally patron
more or less, the merchants, mechanics, or
other business men of the city.
1 be above reaaona aalisfy me that we have
best location that the erection of the
buildings would' give employment to a large
furce of roechanice and laborers thst a large
accession would be made to our population, re
quiring additional buildinga that our mer
chants would find increased business that our
professions! men, mechanics and laborere would
meet with increased employment that our
eounlry frienda would have an enlarged demand
Ihe producta of their farms and gardens,
that our preaent oveidowiog schools would
have a very large accession of scholara. (I
pktto see a large number of children at school
proportionate number of parents are always in
neighborhood. The neceasity of building
large additiona to our school houses at
present ia a aure indication that our population
I have slsoj endeavored lo find reasonable
objections, but they do not come to my miod.
Some persons imagioe that as we Increase in
population the morale of the rising generation
become more corrupt. I do not propose to at
this question, but csn safely alate that the
temples erected and erecting iu thia cily, to the
worship of a Bupreme Being evince a desire to
provide fur our spiritual welfare, and that the
pastors are devoted to the cause.
Others imagine thst convict labor would
iu competition with mechanical labor.
believe this to be a delusion. The Peniten
is in fact a large manufactory where a
variety of articles are prepared for sale. Its
influence ia very much the same aa other manu
facturing establishments! Ihe manofactured
gooda cased, bundled or baled up, and aold at
whulesale by Ihe manufacturers, who aend them
where they may bs required. Clothing, boote,
shoes, hardware-lrimminga, and a variety cf
olher articles, msnufsotured in Penitentiariea,
kept and sold in this city. I Irequently
notice articles for ssle here thst were msde in
Penitentiary at Nashville, Tenn, Borne of
stores abound with articlea manufactured
ihe Penitentiary at Columbus. Those arti
come into competition wilh our mechanica
same as if tbey were manufactured within
limits of the cily.
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, although not
"Young America," I am iu favor of progress;
although neither mechanic nor laborer, I can,
some propriety, claim to be friendly to
them. I am interested in the welfsre of our
and know that ita improvement will ben
efit all elaases of citixens, I have advocated
improvementa heretofore, and been opposed by
first, last, and nearly all the Intermediate
classes of settlers, and have had the sstl.f action
seeing those improvements made aad all
classes satisfied. I hope to eee the new Peni
tentiary located here, which will be done if
proper Influences are used, and feel aatiafisd
in ltflU Dsyton will contain fifty thousand
iuhsbilanta. Our destiny is to grow old fogies
cannot prevent it. Publish their views sud
admit free discussion. There would be as much
propriety, lo my mind, in closing our present
manufactories ss in opposing the location of
Peuitentiary ia our city for
Hi-riaioR CouaT. Judge Zfaynee' Court
ni mended thia morning, with a big show of
The ladiea of Richmond, Vs., are about to
form a Southern Rights Association.
Lydia M. Child ia lo write the life of Brown
on behalf his family.
Thackeray is now in London, busy wilh pre.
psrstiona for launching the Conhill Msgssine
wilh the new year.
Ths new Opera. House in New Orleans oper.
ed on Thursday evening with Meyerbeer's Wm.
Yeslerdsy, the dsy of the execution of John
Brown, wss the anniversary of the Napoleonic
Ths shoes of the people of England are ei-
ti mated to coat more than fifty million dollars
A new brand of flour has been introduced
into the New Orlesna market, under the style of
"Flora Temple, 9 91 ."
The Pillahurg Press speaks of a riffle last
week, in Altoona, Penn., for an educated "male
cow." Where s Bsrnumt
Benjamin Luak, a young mao, shot himself
near Richmond, Vs., a day or two since, while
running down the chsrgs of his gun.
N. J. Bond, of Trenton, 111., hss In his pos
session the tomahawk Tecumsch dropped when
he fell st the battle of the Thsroes.
The English and Americans rarely baths
their horses, but in Prussia it ia the custom to
attach to the cavalry barracka a capacious bas'a
for swimming horses In.
Thb New Amkrioan Cvoi.opkiiia. This
excellent work has advanced as far aa the
7th volume, whioh it now just complete,
is altogether nnneseary to speak in its praise,
for it reoommends itself. No man, whose
means will allow him, should consider his li
brary oomplete without it; for it there is ool-
colleoted together more lorning,wiadom and
practical information than in any other
iterary enterprise of the present oontury.-
Ia glancing over the list of contributors, we
notice the names of many of the greatest
iterary and mast soientifio men of the age,
whose knowledge of the subject on which
they treat may be presumed, and whose
statements oan be relied upon.
Ihe 7th volume oontains many fuller de
scriptions than' those nf its predecessors
they are ooinploto and accurate, and as oon
donsed as the subjects treated upon will
admit. Phis work is a sucoess; it is appre
ciated not only by scholars and business men
but all reading and intelligent people are'
oud in its praise. It is truly what it pur.
porta to be: "A Popular Diotonary of Usofu
Murder near Lbuanoh. A luborer nam.
ed Eli Stout, living near Lebanon, was ar
rested on the 28th ult., charged with rnur
derlog his wlfo. It appears that the woman
has been missing for several weeks, and no
clue to her whereabout could be obtained.
Week before last, however, the neighbors
were horrified by a story told by a little boy
of Stout's, four years old, who stated that
his father first knocked his. mother down
and then completely burned the body. Stout
was committed to jail to answer the charge
at the Moron term of Common Plea) Court
(&Tho eleotion for Mayor of New York
will oome off toimorrow. It will be one of
the most exoiting and hotly, contested ever
held there. There are three oondidutes in
the field: Fernando Wood, the National
demoorat, Haveinyer, the Tammany Hall
compromise between the Domooracy and
Opposition, and Opdyke, the "irrepressible
oonfliot" candidate. The prayers of all true
democrats from the rising to the sotting
sun will go up for Woodl We hope to be
able to announoe his triumph on Wedne s
day, stay-Congress will assemble to day. Dif
ficulty i apprehended in the organization
of the House, but it is hoped that the poli.
ticians will not make the trouble reach to an
undue length. The President's Message
will be sent out as soon as the House be
oomes ready to transact business.
tetv-The Koom adjoining Christophers
Auction Room is now being filled with
choice toy for the boys and girla for Christ
mas and New Years I Will Huber has good
taste in his manner of arrangement, and he
oan supply at a word any variety of toy de
sired. Don't forget that Christmas is comi
ing, and will soon be here,
tjrMr. Ketchum, political preacher at
Sidney, Shelby county, Ohio, has announoed
that the Constitution of the United States
"an obsolete idea and a piece of waste
paper.1' It is hoped that Mr. Ketchum will
oonline himself to preaching euoh stuff
without attempting to practice what he
preaches, or the Constitution will be very
apt to catch him.
ILr The eeriee of protracted meeting in
Christ's Church, corner of Brown and Smith
streets, will be continued during the evenings
the present week
WBL-Jfr. Anson llurlingame ia reported to
have said that Seward has no strength iu
the . West worth mentioumg. Mr. B,
haa just returned from an extended tour
through the western states, and a he baa
had every opportunity to feel the publio
pulse, politically, the rumor is undoubtedly
$50. FIFTY DOLLARS.
Dollar a Month and
ri0 introduce our New National Double
X Thread $20 Sewing ndachioua
sreat ahaaee for Travel lug Agonts to enxago in e
permanent bualneae, at ieoo a year and expeuues.
Addrese, with ataoip, for yartlculara,
J. W. IIAIttile) dC LAI.,
Ko. II Shoe a Leather Kxchaag,
novQ-SwW AOHTON, MAS.
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&(tttd: Dr. tULUKWkLL'- LUCTUHIC on th
uuuii traatsuviit oi ftiwrmfttorrhoM od privitl
durKi i4Matlly, dtiiiii( th iMm by wfctvh
iuvavUtia nay ttbotually ur UMMMlvfei without
iUm um of dsvuKrou .u.iawi,ui u but UttUx
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Fetr Jesic'i llalr liloratlvel!
THIS Hair Restorative is now acknowl
edged to be the beat ever Invented tat all disea.rsof
the Hair ana the scalp, and It haa worsed wonders
wneraver uaeu. wevarai oi our eitixena nave tried
It, and apeak In the hlghsat tertrte of Its curative
propertlea. The following la one among ths many
ueiiuosiIJUBiraa(iir.s oy nw f-nrirTor:
Ma. P. Jotsr: For several yeara paat, from some
cause, our natr naa oeea gradually latnng nnr.tintl
entire baldnesa threatened ua. We have tried va
rious remedlea, hut without any good result. We
were tndueeil to tr
try your "Restorative" Dy hearing
It highly spoken
ui o mo. wno iiaii used if
wno a-iaureo us mat it nan the erreot or tiifnglmr a
new anil vigorous grewth of hair uiion their hcada.
we have used It, and its goon eneot. are plainly vis
ible In tho renewed growth of hair where we were
fast bennmtnr hald. weennnof recommend the He.
atoratlve too highly. Youra, truly,
w ii, a wAi.r;m,
a. I.. B HO All w KM
J. J. flWALKM.
For a ale at ths Barber B.iop of Peter Josse. 41
jenereon atreet, vavion. ooue-eui
Electricity n a Itemed y in 11
Clnsn of Dlia)et
SR. B PICKERING has shown by his
practloe, embracing a period of ten years, that Kleo
trieltr Is a rellahls remeilv In affeotlona otherwise
incurable, He haa In hla iioasea.lon teatlmonlalaof
numeroua oaaes that he haa cured, of apasma, rheu-
mstlam, palsy, neuralgia, partial deatneaa, perished
limbs, inerourlal disease, ete.,eto., showing oooclu
slvely that positive reliance an be given to this
Charge, moderate. Consultation free.
OKKU'i: Corner of Klmt and Jelferaon streets.
nnveis Duiuiuig, vy lull, imui. novi-ll
If inflow Shades!
!!! A LARGE ASSORTMENT !!!
JUST BKCK1VK1), AND
F9K S.lJLi: CM1EAP
Lowe's New Building,
NO 74 MAIN STREET.
Van Ausdal, Dixon & Co.
IH1ADLKY boa removed hie office to
ins Third street, west ol the Phillips House.
MACKS POKTAIUEOAd LlttHT, THE
NIC KST, CLEANJvST and fiAFSTUght ever
produced; unlverialiy acknowledged TyZ
THB ONLY 8AFB FORM
a . . . . . . ...
r. in wnicn t loih can d uaeu. am a
J klndi of Cm Flxturta for aale at fn
LaoilKdo, Manlwaro atnre, llaln itreft, Daytua,
deca-dlw4tw W. L. WlNCHtLL.
1 Oflfl LUS. A very nioe artiole of Horn
ItiUVerls Comb, and for aale at Ila Main at.
ICS mclKITlHK BA1HII.
9000 I',w- of nio Huekwheat Flour
tiJJJ for sale at lie Main atreet, 1 doors be
low tho Market Houae.
dees MolWTIRI a BAIRU.
KA BBLa BELLEFLOWERS;
f0 bbls. Rhode Island Greeninnar
50 " ripitsenburns and Pippins;
5U u U olden Russets;
Just recelveaj, sed in prlaie order, at Mo. aoo Id St.
ANUBNUUKO & CO.
'PHE creditors of John Sherwood, Jew
ellsr. of Davton. are herabv aotirlMl that he
ha. thia day mads aa aeatgiinient to me of all hla
,ieraonai property in triiat or ihem. All iereuna
lUlerested auuat nreaout their outline within s
months. All pereona owing said Sherwood, will
oiaa a) uieut only toats.
wii.iun ua,rvAbi r.
Dayton, Nov. 30, lee. tw
OrricxorGaesiNviLi.c a Miami R ft. Co.,
sayura, novoanosr sin, tffov
rPHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholder
L of this Company will be held at the Office of
Company Id the city of JJaytea, oa
The First Monday, in January, I860,
for she purpose of electing thirteen Directors to
aerve the enauliig year, ana for the traoaaotlon ol
auch other buaioeas aa may bepreeented. Thepolls
win oe open at o-cioca p. at., and aloe at r . at.
sty order ei tne rreaioent.
JOHN Ii. MILLER,
THOMAS B. TILTON,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
THK HKALTH OP THK UNDaRSIONKD HAV.
lug improved, ha will oohllaua the orauUue of
hla profession generally, lu this city and couoty.
All vaviso ousineas eutrusUNl to eta aaro will re
solve prneipt atteiillon.
f articular attention will be paid to the foreclo
sure of mortgages, and Ihe oolleetion ol claim.
Special atteuf loo will tat alao paid to
or svery description, and the eaamlnatlon of lacSl
tinea in -Mooiaoaiery eounty, a branch ol the bu.l
neaa In which ha has had aoaae twouly t ear.' ea
parteoee. ome In Goraaaa's Building, Third street, be
tween Main and Jeslsraon.
THOS. a TILTON.
SHERIFF 8 B ALB.
Ttmolhy 1 rietoher, Caae N tin.
John bWraroou. ) aloayeup'r frt.
BY virtue of an Execution - issued from
the Superior Court ot etonte-oaaerv eounlv. to
directed. 1 will oiler ai public aals al k'. Heath-
saau's Livery stAhes, oa Jeaersv etnet, laylvo,oa
Monday, December 12th, I860,
at oVIoeS T. m . of said day, t Bay Mare, I Doubt
Neatsal Buggy. To b sulil aa the prorty of Job
Sherwood, at the suit of Ttotothl S'letcher.
Terms, Cath. Jl'-HN M1LI.IJ,
Jomi.as at Jeaoasl, AN'ys. aherio".
O TIERCE bees 8 C llama, just reoeived it
it l,M. W. at. (ikkKM
SKVIRAL 1I0USKS AND L0T8 AND SMALL
FOR part money and part wild land, or
Railroad bonds. CHAH. R, CI.ARKR,
novsv iicgg-a uunuing, an at reel.
For Sale Cheap.
'T'lIK Residence of E. Ansnn More, on
second street, near rerrv. la oncren at a bar
gain, ii application ia inaiie aonn.
Thia la one of the moat desirable places In th
alty. The house la large, and fur.ilahe with every
convenience, inquire Ol
CHAH. R. CLARK K
Real Fstate Agent,
novae Clegg'a building, ad at,
TIMOTHY HAY BY THE BALE
at low nouRrsi
ON THIRD STREET, NEAR BT. CLAIR ST.
FULL STOCK OK OKOCEIMEH, EM.
bracing a splendid assortment, thla dav n
eeltedhy (HAS FIXHKR.
ventre ot tne onto Block, oppoatte City rare.
NOW IS THE TIME
rVO mJX FRKHENTS KOU TnE
-- "little one
I have the largest and beat as
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
In this city, and will sell cheaper than any other
House, wholeaale or retail.
A Oooo Supply of Canmieb k Kire WorkI
Those who wish to make MINCE PIKs. wnul.l Hn
well to give us a oall lor
F. J. WXLTY,
Cor. Vain k 4th sts., Telescope Building.
QTRAYKD from the residence ofirry
the ulmcrlhpr. near the PuhlioflE
Square?, a ynung KKD Cow, with her Brit faff ii
ail. Hiie flan a white tur In her forehead, and hag
huihy tail. No other inarki remembered. She
ai been away ilnoe Nunday mornlufr, the !l7lh Inat
Auv Intorinatlon atxiut her wltl be thauklullv re
coUed, if left at the fcin,.ro OiOoe.
ufoi-wai jure, cuinway.
ITIaslvr Coiuiiiltt.oner' Sale
Robert P. Brown. )
VI. I Sunerlar Court No. 1911.
Joefenh Hcrhotd.et. L S
PI K.SIJ A NT lo an order of the Huporior
Court of M tntsromerv Countv. Ohio, inada at
ita November Te tn. .Ml, and tome dlrevted, lahall
otter at publio auction, at the door of the Court
Wednesday. Deoembor 2Sth, 1859,
between the hours of one and four o'clock, P. M.,
f eatd day, the following described real estate,
to wit: Lot number d four thousand Ave hundred
and one (4601), aedeshrnated on the revised plat of
tho City of Dayton, Montcomery ouuuty, Ohio.
Kaid property is to be sold ou a Judgment in favor
Hubert P. Drown against Joseph Herhold et al.
Haiti property Is appraised at 1ST ,00 and oan not be
old for It'ii than two thirds the appraised value.
Terms of sale Cah.
N. C. JORDAN,
Master Con.misNnerol Sup. Court .J
Joh Howaid, Att'y forfltff. noviW.twtt
Court of Common Pleas for Montgomery County.
Ohio, No. 2361.
Mary Elizabeth Heller, hi li I
David Heller. Defendant. J
CJAfI) Uniendane David Holltr, a non resi
O dent of Montgomery eounty. Ohio, Is heieby
notified that said Mary KHzaheth Heller, of said
Montgomery eounty, wife of said David Heller, did.
the 7th day of November, A.U., 1S6, tile her pe
tition in the omce of the Clark of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for sal it unty of Montgom
ery and Htate of Ohio, charring the said David
Heller with gross neglect of uuty toward the said
vary ittlzabelh HelU-r without any cau-e or justi
fication therefor on the part or said Elizabeth Hel
ler, and also charging lilm with habitual drunken
nusslorthe three ears last past, aud asking that
the may be divorced from the said fiavid Heller,
which petition will stand for hearing at the next
term ot said Court, whlah wlileouuienoc Mareh 6th,
1 rated at Dayton, la said county, this 12th day of
novl3-6tvr. Attorney for Pi'lT.
Ira Klbllnger, et. al., ) Montgomery Superior
vs, Court, case No. I.ott.
Lewis KlbllngerAother.) la partition.
1HKSUAM to an older ol it ale ieaued in
the aboye ease from the Hujwrlor Court of
Montgomery county, and to me directed, I will of
fer at public sale at the door of the Court House,
the alty of Dayton, oa
Saturday, December 10th, 1869,
t o'clock P. M.the following described teal estate
Situate In said county of Montgomery and State
Ohio, and described partU'ulaj-iy as lolluws, to
wit: Being In-luts numbered aevent)-olue (7S) on
the plat of Charles Heed's addition to the town of
Farmersvllle, as will be aeeu by relerriog to the rc
ooruing plat of said village.
TaKwa OV ALfc oue-thlrd of the purchase
money cash, one-third In one, and one-third m two
years, with interest from da) of aale.
JOHN MILLS, Sheriff.
H. Elliott, Att'y. Buv6-itdwtt
ilausiter tomiuUtiouvr Sale.
Harshman Winters, ) Mast. Commissioner's bale!
VS. No. llir),
James Mathews. ) fiuierlor ourt.
1)UH.SUANT to mo order of the Superior
Court of Montromcrr Countv. made at Its Oc
tober Term, A. D , lode, and tome directed, I shal,
offer at public auction at the door of the Couit
House, lo the County of Montgomery, ad Htate of
uiiiui uh nvduiau. Lrxvcuiuvi aom, louf , tart w-H)
the huurs oi one and fmir o'clock P. M.,of said day,
ie lo iowiug uewcriDcu rveai sjiiaie, to-wii : attuale
the City of Davton, Montgumt-ry county, Ohio.
the statue oeing loU aumlxTed four thousaud and
thirt-two (4UJ1), four thousand aud thirt)-three
(4u3J), aud four thousand and thirty-four (4ii4,,oa
the olatl4 reoonls of said County and City, in book
page vh. eaiti property is to tte aold on a Judg
meut lufavorol Harshman t Win tor against Jaiues
1 he above Lota are a on relied at 200.00 each ani
eanuot be sold for lesa than two-thirds of the ap
praised ralue Terms or aale Cash.
s Pt. K. JORDAN,
Master Commlssloiier of tup Ci urt.
JT'?'0WBLAU'lf"r P,ttt' oo.ii6d.wtt
IYIusiter Cotuuilssiouer' Htile
,t. al. $
flupsrlorCouit M'y. Cc.O.
liUSUANT to an order of the Sunerior
- Court of MoatsTomerveountv. Ohio.madaintha
above ce at lta October term, A. D. 16 , aad to m
directed, 1 shall otter at public auction at the door
the Court Houae, In the eity of Dayton. U the
eounty ot Montgomery, O ito.on
W cdosMHaUT, J ail u art 5th, i860.
between the hours of o e aud four o'clock p. w. of
anld day, the followiug deet-rioed Heal katate: kitu
ate In the eity of Dayton, Moutgumery eounty, o ,
and twln "iWty-two" feet lu idih off the east
nan oi in-iui no. fit oa tne plat or said eity oi
Hald property Is to be sold oa a ludrment In fvar
Jonathan, Harshman agalust William slmiaa, et.
The above pfprrt U appraised at $..4tNi, aad
oonnoi be sold for leas than two-thirds of the au
praised value, which le M.
tormsoi sate Lasn..
u N. K JORDAN,
Meet. CVmsi. upr Court M. Co., O,
Tost. K. Lowsv, Ally, for Pl'IT.
eialellar, 1 (.for aanu.l Araold, J.
i r. 01 tier Ty., atoait-
Dr. D. J. He..., (ssTt.
OS Ui 21ih day of Ootober, 185J, ea'id Jue
Ua laul an rdra( alla.hai.Bt I th bov
aettoa fur Ih. suat ol Twsatly-'our Hollars and
ai.j-M. www. ii, w. atKe.SK.
ArlUisUia.CHit.Seth !. navsiana
.-arSi tttf mm
ISTOV. 28, 1859.
John, Van Doren 6, Co.,
NO 0 MAI! ITHCLT.
ARB KOW IN RKCEIPT OP THEIR
A iMOWPPmcHAS. and are efrertng . 1
and splMdid variety ol
AT A REDUCTION OK
20 to.25 per cent, on Former Price s!
Elegant Stock of Silks,
BOUOIIT AT REDUCED PRICKS, A A. I)
SELLING EXTREMELY LOW!
Wool DrcFS Stufls, &c
All Wool Delnines,
All Wool Plaids,
CHEAPER THAN EVER)
At la 1.9 A tH 8-4, Worth 9.? -l.
A LARGE 6T0CK.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
Field-Ready S Tight!
OLD STAND! FRESH GOODS!
J. A. MINICK,
CORNER OF JEFFERSON' & MARKET.
TAVING MADE IMPORTANT IMI'ROVKMK NTS
1 ID hlsator. rooms, anil replenished his alreaily
irreatixa, with heavy aililltluna 111 Kresh (iui.cls.
is pre lan d to supply the community helti r limn
r with every thiux meileil in the Gruoery eiul
sluce line. He cau anil will furnish evert thins
lha I ...la .r a I S . .... n
in the trade, of the he. I quality, at Ihe lowest
ma etoex in part oomprlsea
BUOARS AND MOLASSES
SO Hhds. Prime an '. Choice N o. Huaar.
in m.i. r... ..., . .....
" -. wiu-.,ru -UK.r. VIMIIL-e A A.
Powdered " extra '
Granulated Ruaar. verv.nod.
Kettued toftre Nuitar acliolce artlrle,
a ari-ai i.voriie.
10 Bills. I X liuhlen Hi run. drlnnlnea fum, lor
Hlis.r. and a i-hol.H. ..i,.ii-
10 BtihU. Golden Nvruii. exti. nlee.
0 " Nuaar Houae Svrun.
30 " N. U. Mulasaea new iron.
00 Hacks Rio Cortee No. I extrv.
10 ' Java extra.
10 " Haiitua" anewartlcle.
Kvery kind and quality of Teaa that are desired.
Ralalns. Flare. Currants, rti-i.! p...i,.- .....1..
Tohaoco, Cleare, Wood and Willow Wareoii. i iia
ware, Crockery, c., o, and a l.iac tari.it too
uuieruu. iu nieniion.
I'wllsi truly e-rafefiil Inr th va.vin....i ....
ace he has received from lh- eitl.ri,. ..r li. i.... i
surrounding- country, he desires to havo thi m con
tluue, leelius aure that he can now Better Oiau ever
heretofore, please the puhlio.
H desires the people to call before l-ilitl.s.liir
elaewhere. aa he olfera auperior inducenu uts.
rpHK MASSILON OOAL COMPANY HAVK
X made their arranremente for euppii ina the citl
xeus of liayton with their
SCREENED GRATE COAL ! ! !
The Maaallon Coal Co. claim for their foal a su
periority over any other coal sent here on account
of lta having leaa aahra and cinder H an ant other
bituminous eual yet discovert d, andtwiua uuusallv
elean and ooarse. '
Orders may he left at J. w. Dietrich's Drue: Store,
Rojerae. Fowler's, Achey'a.or at J. K. tel.harfa.
UKO. MoCAlN, Aiifitf.
Rerer to r.. W. Davles, Esq , Jtmea P.nln., J. W.
Dietrich, J. R Hubble, B. K. Kaker.
AN Improved Farm, for which sjnoj I'in
olnnatl property, on Rao. and hvtts streets will
be axchauged. luquirt ol
CHA8. B. CLARK r,
aov'P Real Katat. Aut, Id atieet.
Labor Saving (or Ladiea.
THK aubacrlher haa ree.lvad axalu a cloth, s
mantlet of which he can have any ma.le to or
der. Thla m.nile wlllaave asreat deal 01 work on
washluif day, aa not only cau clot, ea lw wiui.a
quicker and easier than by hand, hut all eacrpt line
olotheaoan be nianxled thioub roliera l.t mere'y
turning a eran-, which win make Ihem smooth
enough.audeaveeagreet deal ol Irouu.g. Ihave
tried on. on the aame pruieiple for the last ten lesra
and all who have one, would nut 1.0 without it
Also, patent Sirlus for curtain, and valancea,
by which either ot Ihem can he lastetied better than
by Ihe old ways the mangle can be tried by any one
wishing to purchase.
. , CHARLK POST,
norp.daw KaaUd at., Sduoia Iroui .Malu .t.
Winter ta Here.
'lOkeep hands and feet warm, the stub.
M. scrihei has for sale a good asaoitment ol l.omo
ev... rial riotwd Miakeraocka, buck-
, dog. skin aud woolen niltten. sud gloies lor
" bua. CHAHLKS POM',
4 doora iroin Main.
30 doi. Shaker Brooms
Just received, as well ee hi nd hmnun,
and for sale by t'HAKLI Hum.
novn-daw Kaat 3d at., 4 dooia Iroui Main.
Don't Sell Your Old liittlu Kiib
BUT let me mend Ihem far you so as to do
you good aervle.. I will alao put India Huhhrr
Holes on Ladles', Geutlemen's and I hlldieu's Lralh
r Shot-a and fetoota, which will keep th. leet warm
and dry, and wear mor. durably than leather soles.
Your jobs may b lett at v. L. narrow's slioe
ator.; at J. Coblrnts 'a, corner 6th and Maui streets,
al th. laolory over ral weal 6th atieet, ls ton.
novid-d N. P. JthOJlg.
JOHN A. McMAIION,
ATTOltNEY AT LAW,
tssjrOffio 00 Third street, between Main
and Jeffsraon, one door eaat ot the Methrdist
WANTED 20,000 Pounds of old India
Rubber sho, at
MONHOk'S Second f-tore.
No. -a Third at.
Store Rooms to Rent.
THOSE TWO VERY DESIRABLE
large aad commodious
On th north sld of Third .trnt, al preaent occu
ild by ilant at rUrchsiroo., Iroai th. la-t day of
Deeeoiber next. U. hHvUk.L.
THE LAROKST, BEST AND MOST
em at odious 1st ta. eity.
Seats for one Thousand IVrsoiis!!
Byth (iBgl day or for a long Leaa.
strt D. VRCKtL.
MI8S0OKI IAHD8 200,tKK) ACRES
rust SAL. W.asB auiiply th. aoov. (juautl
ty of Laad Hiitabl. lor farulug, aululng or luiuber
tag purpuae., lu trael. tu ant puichaaara, at teiy
low rales, truss a. to so eenta per ar.. Taxc. aid
IB IB all Ih. XMiatls 01 Missouri. Patent, ob
tained fur purchasers under th. t-raduatlua Act.
WILMIN, MAWLINt.a a CO,
aeviu-lyd s th.siuut street, at. Louis.