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D!B TijDlt, BDITOl ft IHOriJETOR.
. Deo 4.
TTReading Milter on Every Tt JI
tfa.Por Local, Telegraph. and other
muter of interest and Information,' IM
Finland Fourth Pnee.
Peace; then Work; then Victory.
Th tiro f,-f disputing, wratiK'Inij and
qnnrreling ia pant, The Democracy eave
nothing to gain by qnarrelinff ; if the keep
it up much longer they mill have little to
loos, fur ever tiling will ha in the liands
of the opposition. ' PrudenAe) and decency
will dictate that our fculs should at once
he buried, if devotion to principle and the
beet interest of the eountry are not per
mitted to have due weight in their speedy
withdrawal from the party. No innn in the
dpmocratio rank who hue wisdom enough
to construe a ein.pl example in figure will
claim that we ara thriving undtr tlio pres.
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tl.l.t four year.; no one who understand,
.l. J:IT.....a I . n I n i a i n a.I.I .li.m rwl a..)..
UIO uiiioranue uctncuu iwuiiioii niu
traction will claim that tha democratic par
ty ia prospering under the sysl"in of inter,
nal broil whlnh ha been waiting it sinco
the "leadors" determined to discus tlid Le
compton question In a "finality." All that
has eaved u from complete annihilation hne
been the lov of th Masses for tli prlm-.i.
pies of democracy , tho political health, and
the soundness of tho tho Democratic Coin
etitution, The Opposition cmil l not havo
etood the sumo pressure for throe month ;
becaueo being held together only by .the love
of public plunder, they would have had noth
ing to eipect but rout and ruin 1u (lie dis
cussion of the question.
Wo must pniise ; we must comproOiiso our
disputes ; we mu.it (ucrifico what litllo fool
ish pride we rnny have invented in tho "I.e
conipton llusincss," or we will "go undor."
We must do thcao things nt onco, too, or it
will be too late. We must henceforth look
for enemies outside of our own household ;
we will find them upon our threshold, and
we can use all the ability, energy and strut
egy wo possess to better advantage than fight'
ing each other; it will count fur us and not
ami nut us ; we will bo buil Jinn up nnd not
tearing down ; wo will be devoting our labor
. ., . , . .i . . i r
to tho interests of tho country instead ol
permitting them, by our folly, to be prostra1
ted by tho enemies of "ilio Government us it
is." Wo appeal to every reader of tho Kui
ire, and through them to all with whom
they converse, to at onco ccaso tho foolish
wrugling about "Locompton." This folly
out of tho way wo will havo pence in our
borders, aud the good results will nt onco
Wa aro pleased to note that already a bct
tcr state ol feeling ia beginning to bo exhib
ited in the Democratic ,mrly ; a gratifying ,
, ,, I , I
improvement, iruiy, io loose wno rcuiiy nuvu
the good of the country at heart. This is pe
culiarly true of Ohio. Auiuiorilic aro fast
dying out of the party in this State; the
masses are showing a disposition to ignore
the troubled past, and go to work to right up
inattors preparatory to the great presiden
tial strugglo approaching. This is riht ; it
is sensible ; wu are happy to note it. Let tho
good work commence in earnest, nnd pro
gress with watchful energy. Tho democra
cy throughout the Union will follow in our
wake, and we will bo able to again give a
glorious account of our efforts in the good
cause in ISOil, when we will doubtless roi
cord tho glad tidings that a democratic ad
ministration is at tho head of our govern,
inent, and that funaticisui bas been again
Let "harmony" be the watchword in tho
ranks of the democracy from this time hence
forth ; the result will bo glorious.
Washington Ikvinu. Mr. Irving had
four brothers, William Irving, tho eldest
was merchant. Lie was a member of Con
gress from 1813 to 1H1!. lie married a sis
ter of Hon. James K Paulding, Rnd assisted
in the composition of "Salmagundi.'' He
died in Peter, another brother, wa
editor of the Morning Chronicle, and as
sisted in the construction of "Knickerbocki
cr's History of New York.'' Ho was a phy.
siciin, and died in 1838. Ebonezcr Irving
is still living. Ho has made his homo at
Hunnysido. He is the father of Rev. Theoi
dor Irving, formorly 1'rolessor in (lenova
College, and in the New York Free Acade
my. John Treat Irving, wss Presiding Judge
of the New York Common Pleas, from 1817
until his death In 1833. Ha was also a con
tributor to the Morning Chronicle. His son
a member of the New York bar, is the au
thor of several popular works.
t9Tlie new editor of the Mao-i-chcck
Press, has changed tactics. Ho is now talk
ing about ub over bis devil's shoulders. Tho
matter ia about th same the meanness is
not a whit changed but it don't sound so
badly. We don't know what the devil has
done that he should be put to such uses.
Mukdkh is Cleveland. In Cleveland,
lust Friday night, John H. Matheson wasfai
tully stubbed by Charles Murtin. The two
parties were intimate friends. So far as tho
real facts of tho case have been ascertained,
it would appear that Murtin was in liquor
Matheson was provoked by the rofusul of
Martin to propose him to a Musonio I.odgo,
and an altercation ensued, whiuh lasted
some minutes. Murtin went away from
Matheson' bouse, whore . the dispute had
ocuurred, and presently coming buck, asked
Matheson to open th door, which was no
sooner done than be stubbed bim in th ) ab
domen. Martin has been arrested, and declares
that he is ignorunt of having stubbed Math
eson, though be admits that he had a liht
with bim, and was beaten by bim, ' '
JasT-The Emperor Napoleon bus recently
ordered th appropriation of twenty sight
thousand dollar for tha thorough repair of
I.ongwood House, and th tomb of the Em
peror Nupoleon I., at t-'L ialona, as well
a the domain called the Vulo of Napoleon.
Hince the Frenoh Government came into
possession of this territory, they have al
ways kept a re.idaut Cuuimaoduat at Uingi
wood. -1 '
HajrTlie Ohio Sut lluard of Auriooltore
will hold it annual aeaaion in tb State An
riculturui rooms, in tin Capitol, on to-morrow,
tha Ctb day of Deoeuibor, Tlie meet
log will b for th purpo of aetUing up tlie
bnslneas, and perfeotly arranging all rauti
ter previous to tb election ut. bit new
weuiber of the Hoard to serve Ui two o-uingjear.
Arxsst or CocTraiTia United H.
Deputy Marshall Bar boar on Tuesday laet
arrested ft man camel L. E. Clowlnger,
charged with being snnneottd with ooto
riona band of counterfeiter H wu aent
to jail in default of 11,000 bail, to await
trial at tha neat terra of tha United State
Circuit Court. In addition to aom conn
terfoit ooin there war alao found npon bi
pcreon aeveral hundred dollar In apuriou
hill of the following description: 5' on th
Mefohanra' Hank of Virginia, at I.yoohberg;
20 ton Uie llaok of th Stat of Missouri,
3 on th National Dank of lllinoi, at
E,,nality; 10 on th Hadley Fall Bank of
Massachusetts at Holyoke; and 2T on th
Farmer' and Drover' Bank of Wayne
tajrJL trapper in Oregon wa pursued
nut lung einoe by fir griialy bear, and
climbed a tree for safety. From hi aeeur
perch he attacked tha bear in return, with
riflo and ball, and loon stretched three of
them on the ground; but th other two, a
if under the cuitlanee of reason, took nn a
ou of of
tiently waited all day and all night for hint
to como down, which he did not do. On
tho m()rni of th. (coD(, . Wm
again ohuio within range, when th trapper
aoon gave them their quietus
twju'llie comment with which most of
the Kepubliean paper accompany their de
nial that they sanction Old itrow'n'a design
at Harper' Kerry, itrongly remind on of
the man who, on seeing an inoeodiary ap
plying the torch to a building, told him h
wa doing wrong, but that it wu just the
treatment the owner of the building de
served and ought to expect. Newark
Uaf'J lilickansdorfer, Jr., ha resigned
tho position ol resident engineer of th
Southern Division of the Ohio Canal. Mr.
It has accepted th station of Chief Engi
neer of the Stcubenvill A Pittsburg Rail
mad. Mr. J. Hooker has been appointed to
till the vaoanoy on th oanaL .Statesman
Good for Ton Marshall. In Dubuque
the othor day, a lawyor, bearing that Tom
Marshall wu a phrenologist, went up to him
in a hotel and asked bim if he would exam,
in his brain for half? "I'll do it lor
nothing," aaid Tom, "if you'll stand on your
head so I can got at 'em. ' Th last seen of
tha lawyar, he wa looking for a knot hoi I
KA cynical misoginist, who is very
bitter npon th suhieol of femalo fashions.
says that the people could got out of ehurch
Krcut deKl hotter 'f ' wa not half so
luuch bus'.Ia at tha door!
BELIEF IW TElf MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
TTib Original Mi:iicikc Established in irst
nnd first nrtlele ot the klad evtrintroducrd unuer
the nsras of "Pui mobic Waiebs," In this or any
other country: nil other l'ulmonlo Wafers art
sounterft-its. The genuine can be known by tils
nsme U Hi AN being stAmped on ech WAKBK.
BH VAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Relieve Coughs, Colds. Sor Throat, Hosrseness
BRYAN'S I'tiLMONIO WAFERS
Relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Difficult Braathlnr
Tl U V A VU ll!t llnu m ii ni.n..
lelleve spitting of Blood, Pains In th. Chest
BKiAN fl PULMONIC WAFKHS
Relieve Incipient Consumption, Lunc lllsitses
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Relieve Irritation of the Uvula anil Tonsils
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Relieve the shove L'uaiplalnt In Ten Minutes
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Are a blessing to All Clsssrs and Constitutions
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Are adAptsd to Vocalists and Puhlle Kneskrs
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Are In a simple for snil pleasant to the taste.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Not only relieve, but eirwt rpld and lastlnc Cures.
BRYAN'S PULMONIO WAFERS
Are warranted to give satisfaction to every on
No Family should b without a box of
Bryan' Pulmonic Wafer
in tub nocss.
No Traveler should b without a sunnlv of
I ms POCKET.
No person will ever object to give
Bryan' Pulmonic Wafer)
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, N Y
sold by W. WwSTKWART,
myl I'Ayton, Ohio.
For good Seasoned Four
..$3,75 PER CORD!
FOE GOOD SAWED AND SPLIT
STOVE WOOD !
Ready for use, delivered to any part of th city.
THE BEST QUALITY OP
Cambridge Grate Coal!
AT THE LOWEST PRICK.
Good Measur and SATISFACTION GUABAKT'ED
P. B. COLB, Agent,
novio OfflM 1st St., opposite Rwaynla House.
J. F. BOYER,
W. 9Ht, Sr-coud Stret-t South Side,
MAN UK ACTUKER AND DKALER IN
TIN, COPPEU&SHEET IRON
Work of B very Kind.
Coier, Brass, Euamelled and
Sugar Kettles. -
METALLIC EOOFHTO, SP0TJT1HG,
QUrTEKINO. AHO JOBBING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE
ITOU Copper, Bran mnd Pewter KantmLjrt
tar All Work Warranted.
No 384, 2d at., South sjlda.
COMMERCIAL EDUCATION 1 1
NO. UiO TlllUft kTHEET,
IS NOW (U'KN KOK HTL'DKNTij BOTH
DAY AND BVBMINQI
lucas & grTeFprincipals.
C0rjH2 OF DI8TKUCTI0H, VIZ.
.mI?PU,!".''U.,ry ??? Keeping, uractloally apnllad
to the Inland and Warlllui. Trade aud Coinnerua of
ilia united Status, so aa to cover tlie entire Held of
vwM.uir.u.ni wjiri.uuui ia every department of buel
nesa I ouimerclal Calculation, Bualueaa rannian
slilp, Meruautlle L'orr.Huulace. ilarsaatlla Usa
I'or further Information call at the Rooms, or sand
Dymall (onoloaiug stamp) lor a deacriptiva circu
lar. Addiej. tucAS a Chi Kit,
ausio-wtf jjo, BJ1 j, 0
N I ieeutor' Molice.
OTK..K is hereby civen that th under
slKued have been duly appointed and qualified
as Kxecutor. ofthslast will aud testament of Dan
iel Uua-rer, lite ol Moatfoiaerr couuty, deoaaaad.
Hill H.tL UNUttkH,
Dsyton, Nov. S, 16.. 'AC0M U0"Uw
TMiiku lituiT (tae....n v.-.:i
J Uaaahaa and aiujaa n ... .ki.L ..l .1
In. i. .7,. .7--TI-' " mim
.-. ivrusr unsea, a
s. m.m w.n.oaiKM-i, He.fir.Mst
CT3A3. U. CLARKE,
WILL bay and tll oo Corarainn
KttAUofk.II kind. non-U. Ijind
Motci. Mortf ifl,, make eolltlone nd nro
llkte loans. Will loole ltml Warrtnta, tnir
property el raaeonahle ratra In good rKneitl
lomrnlMp and da a feaaaal feDryaadeoiun)iteiua
ll"Noflharf ttolaaa aa) la aiadc.
Offlo with T .S. Smith. rj ,
Clftffg'a Buildini, Thlrdetrf. '
TIIH ondersiicned is tirvpared to obtain
Hatanlafnr all persons hol.llns; dupllratrs (m
Uralut Laadt, a which i-ataaUlhata not bass
The reoaat lUtmmt of tha Dopartmant that all
antrtaaon whlshpatants ara sot dvlivarrq will M
aanftalla-l, randara It ol thautmoat haporlanra tht
partlaa shuula smura thalr tltlra l-y olilalnuif pat
ents, or Ihay will Inavitably loaa their lanU.
Partlis Iravlns thalr luplioaUa Willi me for that
purpose, will ba ehanted nothing ualaas I suooeet!
in obtalnln ttialr patents.
t v?- B- t'l ARKK, Agent.
FOR 8 ALU I
AHANDSOMK KKMIDE.NCK, on mile
wast of llaeton. an tha rliiaa overlooklna lha
tlie city, with lipwar-ls ol fi wr seres ol land.
nsgmuna is well storked with bearing frutt
trees, grapee, strawberries, raspberrlee. Sc.. anil
rilanty of shrtibl-arr. Houae two-story, elsht rooms,
n gooil aondltlon, iarisoallar. and oulbulldlnua
Aa attraotlve plaea.
Terms reasonable. CHAS. K. I'LAHKK,
K Clegg s Bull. hug, ad street.
21 Dollars aa Acre!
FOK pood Farm in Darke County, 0 milr
north east of I'ainn eltv. iimim mrit-mMl
etiltlvatlnn, balance good tlmberi rich bla-k soil.
Krame hoose oi rooms handsomely situated, and
surranailed by aloetiatgrove, good frame barn, cora
orlb.stahle, and other out buildings. Oood bearing
Orchard with all kinds of fruit.
inisis a great bargain.
:HARI.KS K. I.ARKV,
a KealJUtata Agent, Hi-g's Huildlng.
FINE FARM SIT'
C I T V V ii 0 V E 11 T V
WJIX 11 E TAKEN
lift ACRES, sit milns from tho City, be..
ii'T" ,h" Brn' n'1 Valley Turnpikes, and
two nines from Knelsly's Mills. W acres under cul
--.ii-u,on.aDce goou timber.
I UK AVUKS excellent land
uillt-a from Sidney, and lv
Hon, balanre Ruod timber, orchard of dratted
fruit, good frnma bume, barn, atahle. corn crth,
granary, Ao. TireooU $irih ami a good well.
B ' J , w. iiiix.wi
A vy tiea.rable lata.
)A ( ACRES in 11 uncock county, near
W Xa lUltroad atatton. e-oml hotma and
quality 01 tauu
loo acrt Improved.
FINE Huburban property fn full view of,
anil handsomely overlookiiie the cltv. Thnae
havitiK property totrxchaufa wiiltiud it to their ln
Ureit tooall ujioa
tHAHLKS K, CLARK,
aug?. t'ieK'i Buihlltif, 90 St.
I WOULD call attention to Land now of
feredto exchance for Cltv Pronertv or Guoda.
looated at follows :
OHIO Shelby, Ross, Alien, Defiance. Henry,
Pulton, burke and WUliaiuaCouniiea.
INDIANA Randolph, We.ln.Wal- )ath,aSurk,
Jaijeer, Pulaakland Lake CouDtlea.
ILLINOIS Lawrence, Hirhland, Crawford
and Jasper Counties.
MISSOURI Chariion.Watthington, Madison
Rlplry, Reynolds, Oregon and
IOWA Scolt, litichanan, Boone, Cedar aud
Van Bursn Counties.
MINNB&OTA Dakota, Kamae, Rico, Scolt
and McLeod Counties.
The above are choice landn, and will be ext hanged
on the mostdeslrableternis on njit'llcaiion to
CHAS. K. CLARKK,
Jt Clem's Bulldlnf, Third street.
TWO HANDSOME and highly improved
farms, l)lnff aimut 4 miles north ol the city, 76
aores each. CITY FKUPhHTY will be takeu in
part payment. ALO,
40 acres in Hancock County, not far from the
count; seat, and three fourths of a tulle froui a rail
road station, loo aares improved, balance excellent
timoer. Very tine land, and will be old at a bar
120 acres one mile north westof Union City, well
Improved; a creek running throuKh the centre,
never failing wnttr, large barn, good bearing or
chard, springs, k.
4 acres In Darke county, pari good timber; good
land, a No. I barn, painted, good house $1,000
down, balance on lung time.
A number of other farms variously located and all
very cheap, together with a Urge amount of desira
ble city property of every ueserlption.
avflA. . LAHHI, Id 01,
0.1 A ACRES in IUinois.4 miles fromSum
Aj X X ner, on the O. fc M. R. R.,one hundred acre
Improved, the remainder timber olgood quality,
deep, rich, alluvial soil.
There are two good Dwelling Houscsonthnprem
Ises .convenient out-house, aud in the midst of a
This farm is ottered at the low price of $13 per
vro, uv.i.g WUVJ4 icaa iann im vaiue. eorsaieuy
1 1 a , a. uL-Anivr,,
Real Kstate Agent, Sd street
City Property DcMrnbit; M.ctl
dt'nce! T offor for sale on reasonable term.
a new and handsome residence on 3d street, be
The House Is large andcoaimodlous, with all the
uouern imiirovemenis ana onuvenleDcea: la tine v
located, audio a good neighborhood. Will be .old
obeap, lIiplleatton Ismadrsonn.
CHAS. K CLARKK,
mh8 Real Kstate Agent, Clegg's Building,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
IK ACHES, on th KiTor Head, near the
J Cincinnati R, ., tft miles from the city)
small frame houae and stable, choice fruit vines,
o. A very desirable place For a Garden Lot.
CHAS. K. CLAHKK,
augl Third street.
LAND WARRANTS 1IOUGUT & SOLD
at Cincinnati quotations, or located In Iowa,
Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, by
. . . CHAS. K. CLARKE,
ARE YOU INSURED";
I AM Ready to take risks for substantial
OomDsnies. in tha cite and enntitrv nn rurLl
terms. 1 repreaent tha following ooaipanles, and
can lurnlah ample rafrences hers as to the rellabill
t, of either:
OF hAktford, conn.
Manhattan Fire .Ins.' Co,
OFFICt, No. M, Wall M.,
- - 8125,000.
Irving Fire Insurance Co.
OFFICE, No. t, H ull tilri-ct, N. V.
OA8H CAPITAL, S2OO00O.
CHAS. R. CLARKE, Agent,
augsa Clegg's luildlug,d st.
A. V. 1IOFE1I,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Aud Notary 1'ublic,
(tOFrica in Ci.sao' Bcii.dino,-!
(With T. P. Thresher.) in the rooms formerlyoocu
pled by Vallandlgham MsMahoa. ootsa-lmd
T. T. WOOD,
P. I. MKAD.
C. H. WINTKUS,
WOOD, NEAD & WINTERS,
Attorneys at Law,
DAYTON, - . . . OHIO.
WILL" M ARB
end DrOUlllUw to Bll lMilhiilnalaalniall
to them, In thla and adjoiulug counllea.
OrKlC'i: outb-aat corner of Mala and Third
sta., opposite the fnililps tiouae. novS
Oyster Season Opened II
bO -BEST BALTIM011E
Received by Express Diroct from
Every War in the H'rekl
TI1K etobsoribers art now receiving dally
bf Jtsuraas the beat quality of Valtlme Oyelere,
Whii-n Uivy will warrant good, and anil by taeuaa,
HALr CAMoecASie, k til. luweat ratea.
seimuasaau iieaiers suiipllad on liberal terms.
Ordere solicited il wa Healers in everv uartol the
asuuui laey keep the nest in the market.
W. ii. bKAN UK MIL' Kii A CO.,
aeftl . X.tM,S4 street, CeyUw),
II 111 M O V A.L.
W bar removed our Stock to
Lowe's New Building,
I WO. 74 MAIN STftrJHT,
VV"K""- owini to our primtlr enlareed
I " room, wa shall he prepared to a-ntr a targe
an-iaompiat assort men! wf
It l-s a
nouse iMirnismns wooas.
CRmi.SOF ALL RINDS! ,
floor Rnd TaM t! (.nthi IVrltnrrli CurUlh Dttm
kl. i,at?oaud VueliD I. urUAne.U lotlow aiiaUH
and Irmmtrtri, Win-lnw Koll-ttHle, (.lit
Cuniltfe, inIa a id I'lrm, owa aad
tixl.A Mnttlrifre, Hmc, Door Mali)
Wall& Window Tapera,
Daeoratloo Papff, H&nt;lijre and Bordra.
rurnlture t'hlntis, Toweling, Napkins, I.laeaaad
Moalln sheethiKS, 1 'nl'le l inens, Hteauhed Mus
lins, Irish Linens, 1 nMe and Piano Covers,
ho., Jto., Su.f
a)utir incredsi-d facilities for IMI'OUT
IN(J and purchasing from MANt'FArTl'BKRS, en
able us to se l goods as low aa they are sold any
where In the Wist. An extniiiMtlon of our stock
Is respectfully solicited.
VAN A US DAL, DIXON & CO.
lOlt KKNT A luriro nrut mmfortAble
lwlhriir HuiiM'.fintln'fMirnerrtf ThlnJaud Ho
trvvta, ouutHiinng ntue rome. Aily In
M us. ri'NU.
novl7-tf oq tha uremisea.
r. LA MIR,
Jrfl-ro!i St., lH-tv'fii 9d unci 3d,
IN DECKEL'S NEW BUILDING,
RESTAURANT AND BAR! 1 1
MEA1.H AT Al.It HOURS!
Rooms fur Parties alwa-s ready. Accniiimiuls
tlons tor Transient UnAi'dcrs. 'I lie liar Is lurnlsh
ed with tha best Wines .ind Liquors. niivlS
At WILLARD & WIIEATON'S,
oovlfl No. i:o Third street, near Mala.
Thefollowlng Hat nf NEW books, just ree'd.
tty UlLLAItU A. WIIEATON.
MEM0IR3 OF NAPOLEON Hla Court
By the lluchesa U'alirantea (Madame Juoot) In 3
Vols, with uuineroui Portraits engraved oa.teeL
"LEADERS" of the REFORMATION,
The liepresentatlve men of Ormanv, Krance,
Kngland and Scotland, by John Tulioch', D, 1.
MONEY KINO, and other Pocm,
by John Ci. Haxe.
Hammered from Poimlar Proverb, by Timothy
by Harriet Beeuher stowe.
THE CORNER CUPBOARD, or Fact
Forming s complete kncydnprillnof Unerul Knowl-e-iRe;
Illustrated with over KS'O Kngravlnga. By
authorot in-iulre Within," Ao.
PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter
Containing Aotlng Pro erbs. Dramatic f'hnrsdes,
Acting charades, Drawing Koom I'antoiKlmesto.,
with liesr-rtpt. e KnravlnKs. II) author ot -'Magician's
Uwn Book," "Sociable," Ac.
LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTE
Wilh Reminiscences and (hit Chat of the Green
Koom and stago. B Geo. Vanulniioff.
In all Ages and Countries, by Nrs. KUet.
A GOOD FIGHT, and Oilier Tales,
by Charles Reailei author of Love me Little, Love
by the author of Guy Livingstone.
KHOM DAWN TO DA f LIGHT,
(anew supply) by Mrs. Henry Ward Bcecher.
"HAKnY LEK,'; or Hope for tho Poor, ill
ReoclveJ this day, and for sale at
3Jii TH1HD STRF.FT,
"ovl One door Westof the Town ('Iook.
I. N. k M. GREEN'S
20 Hnxes (New Htiisins) liulvcs and quart
tern, at I. N. h, W. M. Groeu's.
Choice Pittsburgh liuckwlieat Flour, in
sacks for family use, at 1. N.4 W. M. Green's.
Extra N'ico 'IVnn. l'eitcbos, lust received
l'runen, Zimtoc Curruuts and Fii-a at
I. N.k W.M.Green's.
20 boxes Fire Crackers, very low at
I. N.W. M. Green's.
F'ine Navy Soup Ucans, just rcooived and
for sale cheap at
1. N. & W. M. GREEN'S,
"0TlT No. Sis, Main street.
American : Eating House.
At the Ameilcan Saloon, Main Street.
TTACHEI) to this establishment is a
X V nice, quiet ami reapretahle saloon, where you
can have Ojntt rs rooked 111 every slyle, and served
up in a clona and superior, manner- Charges less
than at any other place. Also,
Oam in tieaiou--Meals at all Hours.
J. H. NICHOLS,
Ef-Lunen at 10 A.M., every day. novsdiint
Taxes! Taxes! Taxes!
To tho Tax Payers of Montgomery
Y0UR TAX RECEIPTS ARE NOW
X ready for yon . The time la short: there IS yet
comparatively but a small amount paid. Those that
put It oft till uear the lAst, will llud It almost lui
IKissible to get to the oounter. The law requires
that at luaat one-half of your Taxea ba paid on or
before the 'Joth or Ui'crmher.and Imposes a In of (
)ier cent, on all taxea due and not paid at that time.
Gas, street improvement and delinquent taxea are
all due on or before the Hutu ol Uecewbe .
This (Ileal year cloi s m- oMIclal te j-i It will be
necessary to have the taxes in aucoidirig to law, In
older to enable me to make, settlement and a show
ing, as the law requires. Look to ) our interests In
time, aud save cist and penalty.
, , , Treasurer M. C. o.
Tieasurer's OUlce, Nov. , '6S. novlO
rjOXPKCTIONEUIES. Kruiis, Cocoa Nuts
y tandlea, Prunes, llatea, Pepper Sauce, Ketchup,
Sardines P.ickled Oysters clams, Uibsters, Mui arj
Pickles, Pine Apples ami I'eaobe. in glass Jars, and
a variety ol other gooila too numerous lo mention
just received aud for sale wholesale and retail, by
. ov li.l'. HULL.
)(, UAKKETS Chumi-acne;
uVf i barrel Holland (iln
1 barrel Jamaica limn,
I " Irish VYhlssyi
" Bourbon WhlsWyi
a " Preach llranily.
Just received. nova 11. i F. B, SHULL.
If) SACKS prime P,
1 V Sbarrels Alluouds
S ' i Peuanal
3 " llrall Nuts;
' tiigllah Walnotsi
fo boxes Layer Halslus.
Just received. : uovs I). F. . SHUI.L.
LMiKWU OVsi'EltS reoerred daily l.y Eg"
a. press, direct from Baltimore. ' '
.,'""'. 1 T. B. 8HULL.
f)UEY'SI,AUlEH'IJOOK, and Peteraon'
- Magazine for Novembor, just received.
l. k F. B. BHULL.
A ItKAllTJ KU L iot of Cuuea, just opened
"T "OVH II, fc K. ll. SHL'LL.
AI'l'LE-S, by ilia barrel or bualiel
by uovS 1), fe F. B.
, lor sale
1 K nAURELSof the host quality of Miolil-
" gaa Cranberries, in aieallea. ..,,i-i..n (...
rolvd, aud for sale at wholesale and retail, at
c,u n. m, mii it,
"jNovy Dry Goodo!
rroai Austloa ta ba sola within (tiara,
OIXEATLT REDUCED PRICES
7 - T
X.. P. . DOUGLASS & CO.
PBIU.1PB' HEW BUILDINO,
N. T main fflreat,
Fani-r Sllia st
flam niaeb silks at .
Very Best lie Lames at
Knglish Merlnoea at
7i worth (I is
- $i oo at 9
- I 9S
- so 6U
Vft y rood do. (n
I OfMftl do
meacueu wusiiBs, tyara wiuei o'.-e
All Dr Oood Reducd Vary Lowl
other Goods as Cheap la proportion.
CLOAKS, NEivKST STYLES!
' At New York Prices.
for V,00 worth 7,50
for $7,00 " 1 1 0,00
HOSIERY & FANCY GOODS!
LoWr.H than will be found elsewhere.
iO0D8 FOB MEN AND HOYS' WEABI
SS per oenl. lower than ever offered.
LADIES' SHOES, tri bist hi MiliKET I
Also agents for
Lester's) Sawing Machine,
Warranted the Beat Machines In Use.
I-The shovels not exaggerated, as we are de
termined to sell nur Goods lor :ssh, SS per esnt.
lower thaa oan be bourhl elsewhere.
N. P. UOUG1.ASS k CO.,
noT- IS Main at eet.
K r O
1 V you seek for more MUHT, buy Deitis'
A Large Burner COAL OIL LAMP, which for
brilliant light la not surpassed by any other Patent,
at the same expense. The Large Burner consumes
not above one cent's worth nf oil per hour; the
small Burner half cent to the hour. We In stock
Stand Lamps, Glass and Brass,
Stand Lamps, Marble Foot,
farlor, do do
Suspending, Hasp Swing,
Side Lama, Glass an! Brass.
We also keep a general assortment of Lard Oil
and Fluid Lamps. Please give us a call,
no via HbX'KLKH, RKMLKY a UAXTOM.
rUNNEI.'S deorerised (!oal Oil, for sale
V at HKCKLKR, HKMLBY t MAXTON'3.
PRENCH CIIINA-Just received a few
A nice Dinner Sets, Vases, and fancy ornaments,
novu HlXKLr-H, HKMLKV HAXTON.
New Stand Fresh Goods
JOHN K. OEBiTTktT - ABCilt,
NO 83 JEFFERSON ST.,
A PEW DOOR SOUtH OP TUB MARKET BOVSB,
HAH JUBT RECEIVED A FRESH AND
well assorted stock of An Family Groceries,
of every description. They have all been purchas
ed within the laat few weeks, and were bought
with express reference to quality and price He Is
prepared to sell them at aa low prices as they can
ba altbrdedi and is resolved that no one shall leavri
his store dlssatlatled. '
TjThe following articles compose a part of his stock,
N. O. Sugar Crushed and Pulverised,
Rofined Syrups and N. O. Molasses.
No. 1, 3 and l; White Fish, Cod Fish snd Herring
Middletown Sugar Cured Hams,
, , . . A superior article.
A fine supply of Beef and Mutton,
Hams, Tongues, dVe.,
Of all grades, and of the very best quality.
Severs! barrel of first rate Vinegar Cider;
WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE;
The best quality of Drootrs;
Can Tobacco, of New Vnrlr hrmnAm.
Ilcst quality Uerroan and other Cigars,
Opal. Star and Tallow Candles.
The best of Meshannock Potatoes:
f-ATlVT I ! . r
. ,. , Batter, Fggs, Lsrd, Ao,
1 he beat duality of Family Crankera-
Grouud and vneround L'oHM.
Kploes. Nutmegs, Cinamon, Cloves, Ao.i
Stone and Crockry Ware, to.
In short every at tlcle usually found in a Family
Grocery of the first character.
He respectfully makes his bow to the eitltens of
llavton and vlclnitv. and anliniU liltr.! .h.. .r
Micir pa.ruuagc. novl
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
HO. 310, TIIIKD ST.,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUP--fa
ply their elty and eountry friends with any
, -o , n usi. inn, ia mm auu
deairab e. Our vnrlitd uinrlm.nl Uw,n.,.iut. .nn
our motto Is "LOW or LO WKK than the L(j WeI(TI
II. A Una lot of Winter and KallAnnl.a
Just received at I. N. A W. at. Green's.
Fresh butter beat quality always to
be had at I. N. a W. M. Green's
A large invoioa of floe Cutting Cheese,
st low prices, at I. M. A w. M. Ureen's.
iNioe fresh tider just received and for
Cboio lea((lreen and Black) at very
rtx,i?.w.I;rl'!,,"'t ' W-M- Green's.
OYtiEkS Oysters, fresh every day,
' ii. ss w. m. ureen's.
0 d if
1 M it
fl?!n altlnior, and at redueed prloes,
at I. N. A W.M.Green's.
Cboio Family Groceries, selected eare-
. Coma with your money and buy cheap
Groceries where you can have them de
livered tree of charge, at
1. N.tfc W. M. QUEEN'S,
ov No. SIS Third street.
Fresh Goods! Fair Prices!
nitOCKKS AND FRODUCK DEALERS
'.! Ml.,, Ao" b,lll the Market House.
A full supply of Choice Family Groceries, of which
we warrant ail good. '
Hio Coffee, Mocha, Java, Mariceto.
MclNTIRB A BAIRD.
Imp Tea, Y li do, Black do, Gunpowder do
McINTlBi k BA1HD,
N 0 Molasses, S H Molaases, Syrups,
MulNTlHK A BAIRD.
N8u5a'i fowd do, Gran do, Crushed do
Cone do WcINTIttlC A BAIRD,
Ground fepper, Allspice, Clove, Cinamon,
McINTlRK A BAUD)
Baleratu ft Cr Tartar.
A superior artiole, which we warrant pur
aJcINTIHK A BALUD.
Bronson'i Fin Cut Tobacco,
o . ,'h- Cornmeal,
, , . C'oekary a Uueensware,
00 Bbls Apple.. AtclNTiHli BAIRD.
inprim order, just
p. r. . HDLL.
I EMONH -,25 box Fr.noh Udosi, Id
U piiiaa oniarjustrasalvsd. '
74 Weot Fourth Dtrcct,
ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
DrcGG Silks and Robes,
VELVET FLOUNCED KUDE8, FANCY and WHITE SILK KOBES, for evening.
Moire Inliquc antl ISrocatU Dresses
Just received from New Tora Auction tales.
Bioh Delaine Itehe. for f Ladic. nd Ml.se.; Shetland Wool Shawls, Veils, Nuhie.
and Opera Hoods.Closk. and t-hawlr, Fmlroidertd Velvet ( I. t.lcs, Cluh
Cloaks, lUglan and Duster; all th new styles t,f Shawls
1'ieces of Silks, Silks, at 87J cents per yard.
DOMESTICS AND LINENS!
uncVmmonly lw";r,cWe..h''" '",lr"bU ,Uxk 0f NEW 000D' tai w o"" lh" Housekeeper.
Woolen Dress Goods, A o. Plain and Printed Merinoes snd Delaines; Paris Plnid, V
lenoinsand I oplm. Merino Under Wear, tolling at Cost, for Lsdies, Gents, and I iiildre
New style of OKM HOOP SKIRTS, entirely new In style and finish, Just tee'd. fiom the wanufactor
DELAND, GOSSAGB & CUYLER,
1 1 n
It Went Fourili Street,
Opposite Pike's Opera House, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
The Great Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Ljis n TH I !-.!(.
Over Hie IndlHiin Centrnl Iay-
avis a. nesicrn Hallways.
(IN and after Mnndny, Not. 14th, 1859
v Trains will leave llayton as fellows:
First Mornlna- Train leaves llavti,n at
arriving at Imllanapolls at IV:(X s m. making dl
reatoonnectlon with Lafayette A Indianapolis K. R
loruiiayetteaad Chicago with Torre Haute Rich
moiu- H. R, for Terra Haute and Vlni-ennes. wi.h
Ma.ll.an A Indianapolis R. H. for Louisville, arriving
at L'hlcagoatH:90r. M.,at Madison and Louisville at
6:00 f. Sf.,Vlncennese:oo r. at., Terr Haute at Siuo
Second Train, leaves Dayton at 1:10 a.m. .arriving
- iiii.iiniuii-Biv;iif r. si., masing uirect connec.
iiuo iur si. iouis.arriving in St. Louis at 8:00 a. at
two hours In advance ol any other route.
Third rialn leaves Day on at 6 00 r. m., arriving
at Indianajioiis at io:oo r. m., mak ng direct oonneo-
.iuuk iw an wastern poinrs.
J!2I HKNRY L. POPI, Sup't.
CENTRAL ROUTE. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Three Daily Trains, via. Columbus.
Through tickets from Dayton to all Eastern
THREE Dally Trains each way, leaving Dayton
for the Kast aa loliows; Night Kxpressat 1,10 a.
uAprcps a. m.i Accommouacione,loi.m
at uayiun, Accoramooatlon a, ID a. ii
Nn. I . 1 1 r ii a I u. m , ain i l .. . . . . . .
Trains run by Columbus time, which IsV minutes
Through tickets can he had for all Eastern cities
byoalllugon V. R. Warraan, Ticket Agent, at the
wj'u-, ii iru iirrci,
Dayton, Xenla ar.il Columbus Leaves atS.IOp
m., and arrives at 6,63 a. m.
All freights left at the Depot by S,S0 p. m., will
be lorwanled same day. bv 6,30 p. m. Freights ar
"ul w,oap. iu., win oeuviivereti ai H.LUN, m.
i, DUHAND, Supt.
CJWABsfAs, Gen'l. Ag't. apris
Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R
ON and after Monday Nov. I I,, I860, Passes
ger Trains willleaTotheSthHreetUepot.Uay.
ton.for Clnoinoatl as follows:
At 6.00 a. m., 8.80 a. m., 4,00 p. m., and t.U
Leave Cincinnati for Dayton at 7.30 a.
10.00 a. m., 6.80 p. m., and 11.80 p. tn.
aovl DANIEL McLAREN, Sup't
Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R Dayton & Michigan R. R.
Open To Toledo,
AND FOK MI NO IN CONNECTION
' with the Detroit and Toledo R. R., 40 miles the
shortest line between Dayton and Detroit, and with
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne A Chicago Hail Hoad,60
mi.ios W.HIUI wi-iius Hiwnn L-aywn anu inicago,
TWO DAILY TRAINS.
On and after MONDAY. NOV. U. 1HA0. ivtriiUr
train will leave jUayton fur Toledo, Detroit anil
FIRST TRAIN Lesvei nt 10,26 a. m., arrives at
Toledo at 6,30 p. m., Detroit 8, SO p. m. eooaeoti at
Detroit with the Great Western H. K.of Canada for
NlKKftl-a Falie, Albany. New York and Boston, eon.
necitj a. juima at v.uo p. m. wnn iraine on the r. r t,
W. 4 C. H. H. for Fort Wayne and Chicago, arriving
at Fort Wayne at 1,00 n. m., in time to connect with
trains on Toledo, Wabash h. Western Koad for
Huntington, Peru and LoRansport, and arriving at
Chicago at 9,30 p. m., In time to oonneot with all
evening trains leaving that city. This train alio
connects at Toledo with trains on M. 8. 4 N. I. h. H.
for Adrian and Jackvon, and with trains on the
Cleveland and Toledo Hail Koad for Cleveland and
BulfHloi also connects at Si tine v with trains on n.
A I. Road, eastand west, and atPlquafor Columbus.
Bwvnu i ha in ieavea uny ton ate,io p.m., con
nects at Lima with tralnson 1. Ft. W. A C. R. H. at
IS taldnight, and arrives at Chicago at 8,20 a m.,
making oioje connection with all trains for the west
and north-west, and at 1 oledo at 4,oo a. in ., connect
ing witli all morning trains west and north and with,
Steam Boat for Cleveland and lluilalo.
Sleeping Cars are attached to all night trains be
tween Lima and Chicago.
ThroughTicaetsfor Fort Wayne.Toledo.Detrolt,
Chicago, and points West and North-west. Also for
Pittsburgh. Philadelphia and all Kastern olties. and
for all local points on the Bclleiontalneand Indian
apolis R. H.toan behad by oalllngon H. R. Kino, Tick
et Anent, Union Depot, Dayton or on the dim rent
agents on the line.
fare at low a by any other rout.
Be oareful andoall for Tickets bv way of Lima.
1 -TIie rates f Freight to all Points Kast or West
will at all times be as favorable as are charged by
No Transfers between Dayton and Chicago,
Pittsburg, Toledo or Detroit.
novU M. SHOEMAKER, Sup't.
Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R Dayton & Michigan R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R.
Cliunue ol 'I'line.
On and after Munday, Nov. H, 1869, ud til fur
ther notice, trains will run as tollows;
Leaves Dayton Union Depot at 10,25 a. m.and
4,111 p. M. Arrive at Union at 8,26 a.m. and
s,do p. m.
The 4,10 P. M train leaving Davton. makes close
connection at Union with the Express train on the
Bellelontalne road, for Indianapolis, connecting on
Its arrival with trains for Lalayette, Terre Haute,
and all points west, north aud north west.
Fortlokota aud further information, apolvto
Samuel W. King, General Ticket Agent, Union
11 . U. BTIMSUH, Bnp't.
Confectionery and Oyster Saloon,
I - -r-,. 3 ltl
(NIC. OHMER'B OLD STAND,)
CORNKR OF MAIN AND SECOND UTS.,
DAYTON, - - - - OHIO.
J. FELIX, Proprietor.
THIS OLD AND POPULAR ESTAB
II hmant is now la complete trim for the win
The Oml quality of Baltimore Oysters to be had
at all (lines at wholesale and retail, at tha Icui
uyaiera prepared la any style desired oa short
'1 lis Ladiea' and flantlainani. Paplnra m Sn.l.
furnished, and kept warm and oomfortahle for the
reception of guests, where Oysters will be supplied
Ice Cream will be supplied to order during the
The Une.t qualities of all kinds of eonfeotlonsal-
waya on hand, and toys of every description.
.-"'! at the old place. n
THE un4eraiKiied, dealer io (Irooerie and
J'rovlsiohe, has removed to
NO. 338 THIRD STREET,
Which Is oppoall Lb Park. No. S. In Ohio Block.
aurll-iauMir CHAD. rUHKM.
To Merchants & Milliners!
W. P.DEV0U& RCCKWOOD,
NO. H.i a till I tl ft,
UOOP SKI KTri, LACK K.MIIItOlDKUIKS.
IGRKAT I NDUCFMENTS offered to CASH and
W. P. DEVOTJ ROCKWOOD,
FULTON M. HOW,
For the inspection and sale o
PRIVATELY AND AT AUCTION.
Pearl street, between Plum and Western Bow,
PIIISTER & IIOW, Proprietors.
Auction Salesevery WEDNESDAY Special atten
tion io rruvAle, balks everyday.
Storage Three Months Frx-c!
FKBS P1XKD BY CITY ORDINANflE.
JOSEPH HOW, JACOB O.PHISTER.
City Inspector. (Late or Mnysville. Ky.J )
O-Be very careful to address vour letters and
and mark your Consignments "WHKE1EH CITY
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE FINEST IN TUWN!
AND NO MISTAKE!!
IN. & W. M. GKEEN are now reoeivinj?
dally hr Kxliress. the finest Baltimore Ov.teranf
the season. Wo are the only Western Agents for
this Company, and as we receive them direct from
the Pacging House, we can and will sell them to
dealers and families at unprecedented low prices.
Please give us a trial. H e warrant all oysters sold
hv us to be Ir-sh and good. Heuienibtr the place,
. SIS Third nt., Day ton, O.
reeh Uyste 8 Cincinnati.
At Todd's Oyster House,
WHOLESALE ANU KKTAIL AGENCY
lor the snle of Hutch, Mnnn fc Co.'s Shell.
Kee nnd Can Oy sters. Also, Fresh Cove sntl Hir (l
Oysters. te. My many trie mis and natrons will find
only oholoe urtioles, and at as low jirluts as those
Ousters cooked In Eastern st vie at our usual mnd.
t'Ktaid BUTTER WANTED!
Remember. S63 Walnut street, tilth door above
Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, ootuti
ROWE, MAIIONY & CO.,
Fresh Baltimore Oysters,
FOR IALK AT
NO. 247, WALNUT STREET,
sKaT'All orders promptly attended toll&ag
J. MoMAHAN, Agent.
TODD'S OLD STANDI
Mo. SO Sixth Slrcel,
AM UECE1V1NCJ DAILY, KOWE.MA-
HON Y CO.'S celehrvted
Which I am telling at unprecedented low nrirrn. !v
esse or dozen. leslers and Families wanting a
very large, tresh 0ster, w ill please lend their or
ders. Attached to thle establishment is a ulce,(iilet
respectable Saloon, uheta lull ran have iiiiImi
eonknl In every style, and served up In a clean and
Charges less than at any other place.
OoUe-luuUtw JOHN NAIRN.
To the Citizens of Dayton
& Surrounding Country.
LET IT HE KNOWN, PAH AND WIDE"
that GKOHUK HOCHWALT'S
City Boot & Shoe Store,
Main at., 2 door aouth ol Third,
the place for BARGAINS, ashls stock of Custom
Made Boots and shoes Is unusually laige, and desi
rable both as to variety aud quallly. His Hoots and
Shoe, are fresh, and made of the best quality ot
slock , and are odered a t
Every body shall he accommodated with the nest
articles, and at low rates, lu short, the people shall
have boola aod shoes attheirown pi lues In reason.
Oon't buy your boots and shoes elsewhere, hetoro
calling on me, as I am bound to sell at prlt.es to suit
Come one aod al I to George Hochwalt's City Boot
Jihoe Store, Phillips House, .Malnst , a dm.rs be
low Sd st., Da) too, aud ouwlll never tegiel It.
BotB aod Shoes made to Older.
outlS-lmdfcSmw Oho. HOCHWALT.
Land for Sale.
rCO ACIthS of choioa Land lor sale, wit'iin
WaV three miles of Dajton, near the Katon I'lke,
b per aor. About 10 acre, nf n i-,i i. i..
timber. Termseasy. WM. B. K1NU.
J. V. KINO,
octao-md Miami City.
COAL! COAL! I
LLOUDKIW LEKT EITHKR W
fcaquir Tnrreao or L.
Woodhull,) will 1
0. A. 6 TAKH
W A Kit ANTED to be aocurn(., and ol a
superior quality, for sale by
J. W. IHETRICII.
HOXKHot extra nioa Orange, lustre
flve4 if BBAMKNDria CO.,
Mi aa, mm sines,