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St. Joseph's Church
OH Tnl BKNBPIT OP Till
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17TB, 'S9,
WrCONTINUIXa FOR bix daysi-w
No. 11C, Main street.
LADIE9 A GKNTLEMEN,
4 BB YOU IN WANT,OF
iV anything In the way or
On 1 1 ci or
Of any xlndt If .0, yon would
Ho well to remainder inn
N. W. Wilson,
NO. 110 MAIM HT.,
II I S OWN
Wlilch ho offers at as LOW PRI
CKS as any other home In the
mCull and judge for
H. W. WILSOIT,
octST No. 110 Main it.
111 A LARGE ASSORTMENT 111
JUST RHCEIVED, AND
Lowe's New Building,
NO 74 MAIN STREET.
Van Ausdal, Dixon & Co.
THOMAS B. TILTON,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
rmHE HHALTH OP THE UNDERSIGNED HAV-
X Ing Improved, ho will continue the practice of
111 proiession KenerHity, in mil cuy anu oouniy.
All pa vino huttiiiees eutruiiteil to his eare will re
ceive prompt Attention.
Particular attention will be paid to the foreclo
sure of inortgHgeii, and the collection of claims.
Hpeclai attention win ue alio paiu to
Of every description, and the exnminsttnn of land
titles iu Montgomery county, a branch of the busi
ness In which he lifts had some twenty yean' ex
perience. Oliice in Gorman's Building, Third street, be
tween main auu tfcnei-soii.
T1IOS. 11. TILTON,
Further Notice to Tux-nyer&,.
TitEAsuiiEa's OincE, Deo. 6th, 1869.
riiHIs omce will be open for the payment of taxes
i. rrom IX A. M. till li o'clock, and from 1 r. as.
till 4 P. M., and for the further accommodation of
the tax-oavei-s of the cltv the olllue will he ooen
from 6; p. m. till a, p. m. The taxes ate due and
reouired on or belore the yoth Inst. 'J be law iui nos
es a peualty on ail that are not paid by that tune.
lor cue purpose oi paying auumonai expenses nee-
essarlly incurred in consequence of nou-pajincnt
This lineal yaar closes my olllcial term.'and the
business of the otnee must be settled up now without
re.Hot to persons. Pay what taxes are due, on oi
belore tne wau uist., auu aave cost auu penally.
Treas. II. IJ., Ohio,
ft Gazette, German paper, and Journal, oopy.
OtTitEei' Gheenville a Miami R. R. Co., I
' ilaytou, November suth, lttoll, (
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
.JL of this Company will bo held at the Office of
the Company in the city or Dayton, on
The First Monday, in January, 18C0,
for the nurnose of electing thirteen Directors to
serve tiio ensuing year, anil fur the transaction
such other business as may be presented. The JOlls
will be open at 1 o'clock i. M., and close st a p. M.
ily order of the fresideut.
JOHN L. MlU,EIt, v
w" 60 bbls. Rhode Island (Jreenings;
50 " Hpitr.enburge and Pippins;
SO " UolJon Kuasets;
Just received, and in prime order, at No. soo Id
ANDENBU11G & CO.
FlMIE creditors of John Sherwood, Jew
X eller, of Dayton, are hereby notified that
biu thla day mivtle an a-m I Aliment to lue of all hit
Irerfrou&l iiroiMirty In tru-t tor theni. Ail iwriona
uterteu muat preaent their ula'ma within
tuuutha. All iKimuua owing atti4 biierwooU, will
HUH.) Hayiueul ouly to iuo.
IUyton, Ntv. AO, 1fl69. aw
A FULL STOCK OK (JKOCER1EH, EM.
bracing a splendid assortment, this day rs
eelv.'.ll.y (HAS. fikhkr.
Centre of the Ohio Slock, opiaisite Ciiy f ark.
TR." BRADLEY has removed his office
if iu Third street, west of the Phillips bouse.
I. U.S. A very nice article of Hon
ey in Couib,auu tor sale at us a'aln at.
MolNl JUE BA1UU.
Cil(f LBH. of nioe Buckwheat Flou
for sale at lltt Main stsaet,- doors
low the karkvt House,
AHTEI 20,000 Pounds of old India
Kubtwt snoes, at
avnAVS . BVOOUU OIUIV,
tV B hv.xMJkrdsi
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OHIO, MONDAY. DEC. 12, 1S50.
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HTSee 4th page for Telegraph Report!.
Lost I On Thursday afternoon, on Jefferson
or 3d alreet, a Fur Close. The finder will be
liberally rewarded by leaving it at the Stove
store of J. Greer A Oc.Jd st.
T. M, 0. A. There will be a regular meet
ing of the Young Men's Christian Association
at Wesley Ohapel thin evening at 1 o'clock.
WM. A. BARNETT, Sec'y.
Faauxxs, Attintion. Wanted, 90,000 bu. of
corn, in the ear, for which the highest maro
ket price will be paid, at
CHRISTOPHER'S Auction Room,
Jefferson and Market.
The Faia. The Fair for the benefit of the
Sisters of Charity, to be holden under the
auspice! of the ladies of St. Joseph'! Church,
commence! at Huston Hill, on Saturday eve.,
the 17th init. i.xtonsive preparation! have
and are atill being made to render this Fair
one of the best and most aucceaaful projects of
of the kind ever heretofore attempted; and, if
wo are to infer from the ability and taste diss
played on former occasions, by the fair onea
who have it in ohargo, we feel assured that it
will realize their fondest expectation!. The
object of the fair ia a commendable one, and,
we hope it will meet with that success in the
way of patronage, which a generous and dis
criminating public alwaya vouchsafe aa a re
ward of merit to the effort! of the eminently
deserving. By all means let the institutions of
charity and general philanthropy be austained.
CniLDBKK's Aid Sooiitt. Addresses will be
delivered at Huston Ball by Rev. Mr. Conrad
and Dr. Thomas, on Tuesday evening, Deo. 13
af seven o'clock, for the benefit of the"Chila
The other clergymen of the city are earnest
ly requested to be present and participate in
the exercises, ami the citixens generally are cor
dially invited to attend, and to remember that
'He that giveth to the poor, lendeth to the
07 Go to the Auction to night, to-mort
row morning and every evening this week.
Christopher will sell out, for ten day and
nights, in order to make room for his splendid
asortment of Christmas presents. Ladies,
don't forget the millinery goods, to be sold to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock, a. m. The toys
Will. Huber will be pleased to show you.
Oreat bargains are now in abundance at Chris'
topher's Auction Rooms, comer.of Market and
Jefferson sts. Don't forget the place. His flag
B3'A man from the neighborhood of James
town, Oreene Conaty whu attended market with
turkeys, oarSaturday morning, had four $3 billa
on the worthless Qosport bank put on him.
A man bought a turkey and presented a S3
bill on the Oosport Bank; not liking the moo
ey he asked a well dressed men standing by,
if it was good; he replied that it was good
as any money in circulation. The bill was
received, and the change given. A moment eft
terwarda another one of these bills was offered
in payment for turkies; and in a very ahort
time the man had four of - them, when
certained they were worthless I Th
dressed" man who said the monjyas good
waa a party to the awin'die, audno doubt soared,"
in jhe money. The turkies were sold in shor
order to the four bogna bill men. The cm
of the turkiea endeavored to have tha switwf
oy oaf jfr-
m a readers
arrested, but had mads no headwu
JTWe have neglected to inform qf
that Mr. Jacob Kunx so long and f if known
to the gentlemen of Dayton who if smooth
shaving has returned to his old pop on Jef
ferson, near Sd, where he intends? jtnaining aa
long as his old customers and J public will
patronize mm. idi nrm is now'vuox ox Joaae
aad a pair of better fellows an! better barbers
never united for the purpose of luttingthehead
and face in genteel trim. Their shop hss been
enlsrged and handsomely fixed op, and orna
mented ; a marbleitop table graces the centre,
a large case decks one end of the room, paints
ings and statues adorn the walla, and a large
marble wash atand occupies - niche none
corner where ablutions may be performed; In
a word, tha place is a model tonsorial establish.
ment ; and ths workmen, Kuns, Josse, and
Phil, Heinz, are not surpassed any where,
IT Baker, the Star blacking man, who dis
penses the article upon our streets, and makes
everything shins which comes within this mag
ie influence of his polish, has removed his de
pot and reaidenca to No. CO, Jones street,
where be can supply everybody with the best'
style of boot snd shoe blacking in the world,
IT Dennis Gill, conductor of a freight trai
on the Ia. Can. A D. A W. Road, bad hla arm
badly sruahed on Friday evening, while am
gaged in eaupliug ears, below the Depot, It
thought that ka will not entirely lose the use
of bis arm.
tT A lady, on Saturday morning last, had
ber port monaie which contained about tea
dollara picked from her packet 'by a scamp
who pushed up against her aa she was entering
17 We were shows some Jeucil sketches,
this morning, by our young friend ate Clean,
which, for truthfulness to nature and artistic
finish, cannot be surpassed.
CTThe sleighing is "played out." Even Die
oecnpatioa of the boys, on the declivities,
gone; and at the present writing tha weather
indicates a change to raio, or soo egeia. .
The eost of the Harper's Ferry war, so far ia
aaid to be $"300,000.
The publie debt of the State of Virginia on
the lat of October was 130,190,000.
The Welsh are to hold a National Literary
Congress (Eisteddfod) at Utica, N. T., on the
1st of January.
It is said that the Duke of Cambridge has
instituted a reform in the British army, intend
ing to diminish the amount of flogging, but
not to abolish it altogether. In future, only
incorrigible men will be flogged.
Capt. H. Clay Pate, of Virginia, ia lecturing
in New York, on John Brown, the battle of
Black Jack, where Pate waa taken prisoner,
and the leading events of the great conflict in
The Norfolk, Va , papers announce the an
rival of the celebrated Winans' cigar shaped
steamship at that port and her departure for a
ahort trip to see. Her speed is stated to be SO
milea an hour.
A bill has been introduced into the Texss
Legislature, and has passed the House, offering
a reward of $10,000 for the capture of Oortinaa
or any of the other leaders of the Mexican bri
gands on the Rio Grand.
A dangerous counterfeit on the Morris Oouni
ty Bank, N. J., la in circulation. It ii a fire
dollar bill, the only difference between it and
the original being the foot of Liberty on the
right, which has but four toes,
Mrs. Oroley, the editress of the Rockford
Daily New, hi 'oit in favor of ladles skating.
She recommends to the fair skaters a tunio and
trowsers of dsrk stuff, bound with crimson,
and stoat morocco or domskiu gaiters ss a
suitable and becoming costume.
According to official documents recently pub.
lished, it appears that there were in France in
1844, 9,190,000 hectares (two and a half acres
each) of uncultivated land, and that during
the last fifteen years thst immense extent has
been reduced to 4,800.000.
Oerrit Smith's wife, by the consent of her
husband's physicisn, visited him at Utica, on
Tuesday last. So nearly restored to montal
and bodily health ia this gentleman, that his
family look to a reunion of all lis members at
Peterboro', on Christmas Day.
A young lady named Powell, roaiding in Mar
shall county, Tenn., committed self-destruction
last week, by hanging herself, because ahe
loved a man whom her father was unwilling
she should marry.
Howes, Oushing A Oo.'s Ameriesn circus hss
just closed a most successful tour through the
United Kingdom. The performers left New
York in 1307, and since that time have exhibit
ed in every town of any consequence in Eng
land, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Mrs. Dosne, wife of the late Bishop Doane, of
New, Jersey, died in Florense, on Thuradsy
evening, November 10, at the residence of her
son. ller mind never recovered from the shock
it received during the memorable sack at Peru,
gis, in which she and her party narrowly es-
csped a cruel death.
CT Rev. Mr. Leavitt will continue hie leco
tures on "God and His Attributes" at Wesley
Chapel on next Sabbath evening, and the auc
ceeding Bsbbath evening. These lectures are
intenaeljr intasastiagi U the proawing Chris
tian, and to all who believe there is a God.
The speaker brings to his work a mind well
alored with Iearning,and a soul thoroughly im
bued with the spirit of his holy mission. Ths
lectures, aside from their mission of good, are
highly interesting as literary efforts, and we
hope thst the succeeding lectures will be very
generally attended by inquiring minds.
CT We regret to learn that A, V. Hofer, Esq.,
of this city broke his leg on Ssturdsy evening
last, by a fall upoa the slippery pavement.
He was passing off the curb in front of Shnlls,
corner of Main and. Third, when he slipped,
and falling heavily upon his leg, it was broken
juat above the ankle bono. He is easy to-day,
and is getting along well; but be will be con
fined to his room for several weeks to come.
07 The Board of Directors of the County
Infirmary last week appointed II. G. Carey,
M. D., Physiefan, and P. Teter Superintendent
of the institution. 11 r. .Teter was the former
SuperinJfendenl. Wpvfearn that the contest for
Physician waa piUy atrong between Drs. Ca
rey aad Reerfj, the former a Republican and
the IltteK Democrat, Carey getting the poai
tionlat length-Laws Democratic vote!
'T1- ji little prospect at present for a
anization of the ITousa of Renra-
The "spirits" of tha opposition
jfj troubled, and we may bave their
sounding in oar ears (to speak fig-
fthem have a "li
weeks to come. If some of
lucid interval" ths House may
be organized in five minutes. The trouble is
thst a set of plunderers bave a majority in
Congress, and tbey can't agree on a division
of the spoils that's it.
Paludal Miasm. The Chemists have long
been laboring to detect this subtle poison, and
determine what it is. Door. Atkb, of Lowell,
has at length succeeded. He finds it to be an
ethereal exhalation of vegetable decay, which
ia evolved only in the presence and by the as
sistance of water. lis absorption through (he
lungs into the blood ia the sole cause of the
billiary derangements which result in ths Inton
mittent Fevers, so afflicting and so prevalent in
our climate A a antidote for Uiia insidious
vsnom, is one of the great desiderata in niedi
sine, and tha Doctor feels sure that he has found
one which not only neutrslises but expels it
completely from the system. It is put up in
a convenient form, called " Aotia Ouai," and
furnished cheaper than other remedies for thia
complaint ; which last fact is by no means an
unimportant one in thess llmea. x7meerat,
A MiONiricsrr Iloox. Hon. J. T, Headly'j
"Illustrated Life of Washington" ia ons of ths
most magnificent books that has been added
to the literature of this country for many a
year. It ia written in the graceful and deeply
interesting style of the author, and illustrated
by splendid steel plate snd wood engravings
It is printed in ths best style of ths art, la both
English and German, octave siaa, with large
and beautiful type, on thick, white paper, aad
is neatly and elegantly bound. It ia brief and
oomprahaoeive, yet written with an animation
of style which makes ths great atory interesting
and adapted for popular eject, Berne of the
battle scenes of this book bave great energy
and Ufa. We doubt not it will find publie
favor, and will be read with an interest thst
few romsneara could excite. We cordially
reeomKead Ueadly'e Washington to the public
favor. - ' , '
- Measrs. Gibba'aad Bemia, the gentlemanly
agents of ths work, are sow eaavaaaing the
county, and will call upon all,
Bnj.insawrr We learn that there were two
fijfbU ia Miami City Saturday,
"The times demand, and we mnat have, an
sntl. slavery Onnatitution, an ant I slavery Bible,
and an antislavry God." Anson I'. Jlurlin
The above ia beautifully rendered by our
"poick," who says:
The old Onnatitution is nearly worn out,
And the Bible ia quite old and acory ;
God ia so old and stiff with the gout,
I fear he'll give out 'fore 1 11 get to glory.
A new Constitution we'll hsve to perfect,
And a Bible that suits us in every respect,
And a God that is young and full of conceit,
To teach us to murder, steal, pillage and cheat.
Then our Cooks snd Browns, and similar aainta,
Will not be in danger of Southern restrainta,
And may freely butcher the old and the young,
(Of the whites) and aleal niggora without being
ST The following little ballad ia by the ven.
erable George Whillikina and ia translated
from the original Feejee language:
EIN GLASS LAGER.
Strong dopeest mein lager,
Nix can stronger pe;
I likea tu petteraa goot,
I'etter aa goot can po,
When I trinka mein laer,
Him feel strong much more;
Put py chinks! I like him
Petter ss pefore.
CoiyThe Now Orleans l'icayuno notices
the inglorious fight to Canada of Dr. Howe,
of Boston, who had boon implicated in the
Uarpor's Ferry affair, lest he might bo made
to testify in the ooso, and gives the following
estimate of the clous of Abolitionists of
which, it says, Dr. llowo is a fair represent
ative and specimen:
At the indistinct vision of a possible rope
for himself, the chant of glorification to the
hero subsidos suddenly into a fcoblo quaver,
and the bold eulogist ol other men's treason
absconds from the eye of the public, to hido
himself in the safety of soma foreign cline.
Whatever ot manliness there ruuy ue in
Abolitionism must be ashamed of such
leadars boisterous teachers of sedition in
easy chairs, away from the roach, as thoy
suppose, of possible personal barm, but
when the bravor men they havo sot on to
frenzy have boen toiled in their bloody but
arazy purposes, become pania strickon at
the fancy of danger to their own persons,
and flee wbon "no man pursuoth."
't3aThe Chnrlestown eorrospondent of
the Cincinnati Commercial thinks the re
ported conversation between Drown, on the
day of his execution, and Cook, is a fabri
eation. lie writes :
M.S. Brown, when told that her husband
had denounced Cook as a deoeiver, who had
misrepresented tho oondition of tho slaves
in Virginia, and brought ruin upon his em
torpriso, said she did not believe it. she
had never heard her husband express any
snoh sentiment, and it was not in ohnraoter
for him to do so. Bhe boliaved tho story to
be a misapprehension, or fabrication.
IT Bernstein, Main St., haa some very nice
cigars, put up in fancy styles, for Christmas
A Terhiulh Acoidknt from Hoops. Tho
fashion of hoops has been the means ol a
terriulo aooidont at i-uicm, urcgon. aiiss
Ellen Umphlet was riding on horeebaok,
when, losing ber balanoa; she fell backward,
and her hoops oanght upon tne born ot the
addle, 'ins horse cocaine Iriehtonea ana
ran with her along a fence for several hun
dred yards, when the point of a roil caught
in her moutn, tearing tne Whole eido ol ner
faoo and breaking her jaw in two plaoes
tbs ooncuesion stripping the clothes entire
ly from her, and thus freeing her from the
MONDAY, 2 p. M., Dec. 12,'59.
Corn 45 els.
Rye 60 cts.
Barley 05 cts.
Oats 3840 cts.
Flaxseed f 1,10.
Timothy seed $l,75iji2,00,
Hungarian Grass 50c.
Dayton Tobacco Market.
TOBACCO But littlo coming in aud that in
email lota. Wrappers quoted at 37c, and Fil
CINCINNATI, Dec. 10.
WHEAT Firm with an acttvedemand, prime
white at $1 251 38, and prime Red $1 18
CORN The market conlinuca firm, with
good demand at 50c.
OATS There ia an active demand, with
light receipts, and pricea have advanced to 51
52 per bushel.
RYE The market ia firm, with a good de
mand at 80c for prime.
BARLEY Io good demand, and pricea firm
at last quotations.
FLOUR Quiet and less buoyant, not much
done; aalee at $5 25 for super fine, 5 40 for extra
WHISKY Ne change, demand in exceas
receipts; sales at 22c.
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, Dec. 10.
FLOUR Leas active, but without material
change: aales of 13,000 brla at 5,10s5,15 for
superfine western, S,30a5,40 for common
medium extra western, 5,GUi5,75 torinferior
good ahipping brands extra roundhooped Ohio,
market closing quiet and unchanged.
GRAIN Wheat in favor of buvora, but
prices sre without important change.- aalee
35,000 bush at 1,20 for Milwaukee Club, 1,50
for white Kentucky; 1,31 for red southern,
1,42 for white Canadian, including 3,300 buah
kVe Is bald st 90 Wo., with buyers
DAiitET Mors active; sales 3,650 bush
for state; 87c, for choice 0. W.
OORN Steady; sales 11,000 bush at 83a90o.
for new; UtSiie for old white and yellow.
OATS Are buoyantt 45"a4Co fortatoT
western and'Cauadian, with a good tlmaud
WHISKY Heavy and lower; aales 600 bla
at !17a3de., chiefly at the inaide price,
Baltimore, Dec. 10.
Flour is dull, and declining: Howard street
is- held at $5.37 , with no salsa.
Wheat la firm, but unchanged.
Cora is buoysnt at 7073o for white, aud
(37e for yellow,
IVovisious are quiet: Mess Pork 116,50'
Bacon sides 10 1 IJo.
Whisky is firm el 7o.
Tax aiont anmr. Ths Boston Post. In its
call for a public meeting "which will reaaanre the
men ol the booth that we will stand between them
and red-throated rebellion," truthfully says:
"The North Is In the wrong. Tbey of the Rs
puMicen majority are the aggressors. They, are
'ne oppressive majority. Thsy bave set on foot
the robbery, fhs ntarder, the treason. The conser
vative minority are not In fault. The Democrats
of the North an not in fault, las awful renponr-
iMllty Is not theirs. Mora than all. the Democrat.
of New England, so far from being In the wrong,
intend to live under this Uonstliutinn, maintain
this Union, and protrnt Southern rights and South
ern men) and they will do It, If need be, with arms
in their hands. Whenever the eonteit comes be-
ween the South and Kenuhllenn fanatlcisn. the
Dnmoerats of the North will be with the South.
Whenever the fanatics arm to fight the South,
that instant thev will And a foe In New Knsland.
in men who will live under this Constitution, and
will live in anion wlih the South. Wendell
Phillips and his Republican cohorts will never got
out of New England to fight ftnvhody. They
will rather at the point of the bayonet be drirt n
nto ma sea by tho outragod mon who lova tie
Union and oherlah the memories of tho Revolu
The funeral of Henhv, eon of George and Lamar-
tha Fnljambe, will take place on Tuesday morning,
at lo.' o'clock, A. M., from the resldenoe of his pa
rents, No. 43 llrowa stret-t.
The friends of the family are Invited to attend.
Place of Interment, Woodland.
(Journal eopy and charge Empire )
THE NEW WONDER.
refer Jossc's Hair Ucstorativc!!
T1IIS Hair Restorative is now aoknowl
ilseil to be the best ever Invented for all dlseaie.of
the Hair and the Scalp, and it has woracd wonders
wherever used. Several of our ottizens have tried
it, and apeak In the highest terms of Its curative
properties. The following is one among the many
oertllioatee Justt'oelved by the Proprietor!
ijaytok, nept. Hin. inn.
Ma. P. Josse: For several years nast. from aome
onuse.oiir hair has been gradually falling out, until
entire baldness threatened us. We have tried va
rious remedies, but without any good result. We
were intmccu to try yxjur "nesntrauve" oy nearing
it highly spoken of by those who had used lt and
who assured us that it had tho effect of bringing a
new and vlgorou. growth of hair upon their heads.
Wehavcuscd It, and its good cited arepiainly vis
ible in the renewed growth of hair whevo we were
fa.t Incoming bnld. We cannot rec ommend the Ho
storattve too highly. Yours, truly,
g. L. DROADWMI.L,
J. J. SWALKM.
Tof ale at the Barber Hjop of Peter Josse. 41
Jc tt'ers on street, Dayton. octie-Om
Electricity as n Itemed y in it
Class of Diseases!
DE. B. PICKERING has shown by his
practlco, embracing a period of ten years, that Elec
tricity is a reliable remedy In affections otherwise
inourable, He has in his possession testimonials of
numerous ease, that he has cured, of spasms, rheu
matism, palsy, neuralgia, partial deafness, perished
lmos, mercurial unease, eto.,ctc, snowing oouciu
ilvely that positive rellanoe eau be given to this
4 barges moderate. Cnn.ultatlon free.
OKKU'K Corner of Kinit and Jelleraon streets.
Sheets' Buldllng, Dayton, Ohio. novl-tf
roil HOLIDAY FMESKNTS1
BUT ONS 07
Lester's Sewing Machines
We will offer until Jan. 1st, our Sewing Machinea
REDUCTION OF 10 PER CENT.
From our former prices. Wahxaxted for one year.
N. T. DOUGLASS & CO., 70 Main st.
A PARROT flaw from the roflldrnee of 9, Conway,
on Tueiilay, Dec. 6, towartla trench town. Any
one who haa found the Parrot, or who knowa where
(the la, wl II he rewarded by calling at thia office, or
at theollioeof Dr. Conway, Deutlat.on Third at.
dec io (journal jueaae oopy.)
Farmers, Study Economy,
8'4irlett's IVi-w I'liKle Corn snd
Cob Mill !
ESPECIALLY adapted to grinding all
kinds of shelled grain, aa well as corn andcohs.
1 his mill took the tint preailum at the Ohio state
rair, auu at twentj-iour eouniiea in tiua state,
No Farmer should bs Without ons,
Aa facta slveit bv our most reliable and practical
farmers, ftirtiuffliniit the aituntrv. UfOTe that It is a
savins of at least one-third by grinding all kinds of
Llie ledaraln lor leeuiua norbes. came auu aneep.
and one-uall or luore In leedlni nogs, by oouiog uie
Tae nnderstaned having.purehancuatue nrnt lor
the counties ol MiftKjiniery, UreeueThtike, Miaiul
and Dark, Is not&irrpared to uiauuiHcture thrtae
valuable Farm HUH to order, at the Utukeje
Foundry, Third street, Dayton. Ohio. Call aud
amine litem, nrwrnl fur a ftlreular.
Orders urompUy atteoded to. Farm and School
House Bells thanufactured by the uuttocaianed, at
wholesale and retail. I'.'w were sehi tue paiyaeaaon
Address B. C. TAVWHiaj.
dcclO Dsyton, ollfo.
FOR THE IIOLIDAYS.
ova xirriax sroca or
FANCY DRESS SILKS,
AT A HKDUCTIOM OF M PKR CUNT.
N, P. DOTJOLASS A CO., 76 Main st,
oellar, well, Ae. First-rat. Barn, 1630 feet, corn
erilai.ao. no acres in aueat. Also a goou weu at
Uie barn, noil excellent.
Terms aiioodowni.balanoe la $ Woo, annual pay,
This Is a rare stance to get a very oholoe Farm
very eneap, aad on tne easi.t terms.
dec IS Third alrL
For the Holidays.
WB WILL OrrKB OVS BMT1KB STOCK 0' UI
O L O A K S ,
AT A RBDUCTION OF ft PKR CKNT.
N. P. DOG UG LASS A CO., 7G Main it,
JOUN W. IIOTUEN.
(Formerly of the nrm of Bothen A Hchutte, Liberty
HAS remored to No. 85 JefToraoo alreet,
where he will be happy to aoe ail his old eua
tonieni, auu many new ones.
Ilia Grocery Htore la now auitdl4 with every'
thluf U the line, uJ of the lx-t nualtty. He la
otmstantly msiiiud addiuone to hu stod(( and he
invite- wte puiuc o eaii.
-The bills and Aocounta due the late Arm will
be settled bj the uuiltjfelgued at the store, ux by Mr
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Ladies' Heavy Calf-skin
AT ONE DOLLAR PER FAIR 1 1
N. 1 DOUGLASS A CO., 70 Main st
OLD SANTA CLAUSI1
aaK VV'AJa, ,
TO THE I A DIB 3 1
LADIES, you nre no doubt-aware that
Chrlatmaa rtnd New Yoar are near atiianrt. I
with to put thoae who hare prcienta to give In
mind that thia la the time to buy. My riirtment
la now complete you can make a better ae lection
now than If you wait until the time to make your
preacnta haa oomo. I have the largcat variety of
Toys find rnny Articles.
Suitable for proaenta, that haa ever been offered to
the Dayton nuMlo. Do not foraet. whan vou are
dlapoaed to buy, to call at
j. r ri, Li i a a nam nana Depot,
Corner of Maia and flooond ata.
J OUT All FKLIX hen junt received at hip
SANTA CLAUS DUPOT" onrner ot Main and d
aticetg. a very cxtenuire and twrmtlful anKortnient
of ToVri and FANCY GOODS. eomnrlsinK
ina: suitable prexrnti for old and young. Persona
wiflhlns tonurchaoe a Girt of aouie sort, had better
call anu examlno the above a a mod establish meat
uciorn making tiieir purchases
Ul-Qlr-1, 1 Ainu
SAVE YOUR MONEY
Olovrs; Gbntm, Ladiks and Cuildrknj
A rUl,ls 1 AISORTM CUT.
CALL ON CHRISTOPHER
For your Hosiery for Old A: Yonnjr
DROP IN TO THE
AND ICE THE UUAI.ITV AND PKICII OF
UntUrhirtM and Drawn, Satinrtt and Ca$i
mrrei and Jrant, Also, Port Monaien
and Wallets, and a general
NOTIONS and TOYS.
fJ"The above pooda wo ahall eloae out within
U'li diya, at your own pricea, to make way fur the
Holiday Prusenta. Come early, belore the rush
cninmcaoea. Toy Room next door to tho Auction
N. B. Auction every evening from thia date (or
to a dftB, Improve the opportunity.
J. K. CHRISTOPHKR, Anotlnncer,
decO Jetlurson Market.
V It A C K E It S .
Butter Crackera, Pic Nio Crackers,
f-uda do OjsW'r do
lleston do Water do
Nugar do (JracknellM.
All of superior quality and at low prices.
A Utteral dlacount wade to Wholesale dealers.
Wedding- aud other parties sunulied with i,l.ln
and ornamontalcaaesat short notice, y. , .
II. A '". WVATT,
STKAM IUSBIIY, Ni.5!i.! t., between Jelferaon
auu t. ia.,r .
OK setectionB from a No. 1 IVfillinory ee
tnblUhnient InCin.cnmlstiiisrinnArt of ft I.tulifs'
Fil ?tvic Unnnets, worth from ei to iio; Ostrich
h earners, or ail colors: variegated Artificial Mow
era: veil I.ans I'ecut Velvets, of various colors;
uuuenes oi Atti'icial Leaves and berries; Mi alter
itonueii; fine ve vei Kiowera and iriara. auu some
very cnou-a j.mnrniiereu lutant'a Caps; J? lue tu
Kliah Soli Ntraw Ibtnneta.
au me stHjve. uesiues otuera not enumeratco. are
thia acnaon'a purchase, and n,ust be sole without
tSaie to commence. on TrBSDAT MORNING. DEC.
ISth, at 10 o'clock precisely.
N. B, Gode open for inspection on Monday
throughout the dty.
j. jl. cuniaTorHKR, Auetiooeer,
dcc9 JfllertriQ h. Mir ket.
1 N excellent Farm In Lawrence o .jutff lUtfipUw
i win ne excnauicea lor uuv i roiicriv . i iit's
oue mile from a tUilroad station, (o, av W K. K.)haa
aiKJiii iuo acres under eutttvstion. boon uweniiiK
House of 9 roms. Also, three other small tlweli
tnaonthe reinisca. Btru sod other out-bulldiuKS.
Tina la ottered at about what tne 1 inirovement s cost.
t HAS. K. t LAIIKK,
doc 10 C long's iiuilding, Third at.
Winter Clothing Goods!!
Corner of Thlt! and Jefforeon . .
HAVING .L'jt RECEIVED THEIR
Winter Stykl (iTGentlemen'a Clothtujr Goods,
arc prepared to uiakri to order WEAamu AeraaKL
of all descriptions, on the shortest possible notion
and on the most reasonable terms.
The goods ooniprise all ol the moat
Fashionable and Latest Styles! I!
Manufactured, among which are some of the hand
omeat ever brouirht to thia market.
Tfiey have oouiplete and apieudid aaaorment of
Of the Latest Styles, to which they invite the at
tention of Oeutlemeu. Their supply of
GEWT S'YURNISHmO ODODS
Is of the beet quality, & eomprlsea every thlnf
de sir able.
Of all qualities, made of the best goods, and In the
latest styles, will he kept ready made lor the con
venience of the public.
Thansful for past liberal patron aire, they deal re
their Irlenda and the p utile to call and examine
goods, and leain priooa.
dece-dtf MILLER A CHARCH .
TIMOTHY HAY BY THE BALE!
at low riauREsi
ON TUIRD STREET, KSAB BT. CLAIR BT.
"1I8S0TJRI LANDS 200,000 ACRES
1)1 roH BALK. WfoB supply the above quanti
ty of Land, suitable fur farming, tuinlug or lumber
lug puriMJses, iu tracts to suit purchasers, at very
low rates, lroui 86 to Mi oeota ier acre. Taxes paid
In In ail the count ise of Missouri. Fateuts ob
taiued Iw purclistxrers iuiicr th Onsuluatum Aot
VV ILM)N, KAWL1M A CO.,
novea-lytl ao chestuut atroet, St. Loula.
O TllUiC.beel ti C llemg. junt reooived at
T Wmr A tn, ?;a toj-k, continue to
J;( rbliahthe foUowlnn letullrtft British feriodl
sla, via i
TUR LONDON QUARTERLY, Conner?
TUE KDIKBUnail REVIEW. Wiiii.
NOIITU nmriHII UEVIEW,rresC!iorch.
WfiSTMINUTEK KKV1EW. Liberal
nLArKwooira EiuMiincrt maoa-
Ttioso perlMlcnls nlity rnprc it the tlur areas
P" "J'eal partleaiif Ureal Mr Hnhi t h,,,. i,.,,, n,.,l
. , i. hi-inny .-up lit,' II r Ol IIKir-
character. Aa nreaiis t.l the mo.t )ifiou,,(l wrl-. rfl
on ScleDon. Literature, Slitiallly nu,l n,.,Hl.in. Hvv
stand, as thny ever have atoiirt, unrhalr.l In tlin
" "1. "Hn ooa.niere.l lu.:iMnii!tiHr to
the srhnlar anil irile.al,iual man, wlnle lo the Intel-
..w ., ... Yir,TiH.Rt,f,y turni.n s more enr-
... . r" rPfl()r(,,,l iii,.,,rrtit Hii-it"re
of the dav, tlimnirhoiit the world, llian oaivl t,.wi-
DlT obraliiod fmiii .no
The reeelpt nf Advaoee ahPta frnm th- Prltlsh'
itiblishera Klvoe AtMttlona. value to these repriitln,
... ii iut; it n himj can now im jmwciI .o tlie Iwnnls
ot Bubsuribera about aa ou as the oriKUml o illio'tn.
EARLY COPIES TERMS
For stiV nna 1 thi V.,. o.a.i..- J .
Korauy two of the fnnr Heviews, 1
t V ir av thr-e i tint ten.- Kvu:Wfi,l
l or uli fi-nri (lis, itv iwvt ,
for Hv' wi n-'tt ,nc,
Kiif ft'iirk-'onn oi i Mcvlcw,
Kor liitirkwood find tw Hr w,n
Kor ITUckwooit an.) Hirr Jirw m n, '
' fat UlackWOuil and the innv ltnuu.tit
b i o
- " " mio wucre issutio win uo
MnnATnt.rMr.. u ik. . . . ... .
A dlttflntint itftwAnrP-nwkl.ll. ..s j- ' a
prices will bo allowed Ui Club, onb-rluft four or mff
Zl l V . ' '" w niKrvewnrHs. Thus i K mr
copies of fl. ne" wood, or ot one Hi t is?w, witl hfttrnk
tO nilP ail 111 i .ana. 1,x- t. .,,.,....,.1. . .........
aud Hl.irkwo.d lor ,v, tuni sts on,
Kemirianoif for iny (r tiio above intbMratlona
ahou.daiwya bo a-:.hcH.f., post-paid, to tho pub
llslies, LttfiN ARD M,Ull 4 (!a,
J aw wv VHKI UTT'tT, ntAf rOfrt. Js
JOTTN A TVToTVT AtrnM
aItohney at law,
aWOffice on Third StroeL between Main
and Jerrerson, one uoor east of the Methodist
Macks portahi.e oas liuht, thk
Nti; I'.HT l'l.tlKL4T a. i-e-u,!. t , l. . -
piCKluoed) universally ackuowlatlgcd Tyi
ga. 1HB ONLY BAFE FORM 1
r. in which FLUID can be used. All
kinds of C'a. Klaturea fc.r ..I .f rK
Laiulgdoa's Hanlware store, Main Street. Iiayt,ui,
... Mji i V. II I". 1.1,,
Montgomery County Buperlor Court.
F. Relehstettcr, Plaintiff,
Thos. D. Stevenaon. Uef't )
THOMAS U. 8TKVKNSOX, of tho Siato
A of Texss, will take notice that !'
stettcr, of the county of Montgomery ana ytuie of
vjniti, utu uu iiiw hiaiu uny oi uocemiH-r, A. U. im,
Ole hla petition lu the Su'uerior Comtof MoiitLroin-
ery cnuuty, Ohio, AKninat In in, scttins lorth thst on
iitDtuny ui iM'piriuiMT. A. iJ. lit llloomiui(-
ton, In the state of llliuuis, he, tlie said Mcvftirmu.
executed aud delivered to one Jacoi- rcbtv t,vi hij
pruniissory note and thereto promised to pny to the
order of the suld Jauub Sohwctft-l iliesinu o( ift.-o.tjrt
ninety tUys alter tho date thereof, nt V. Winters A;
Nous. Uayton, tJhlo; th.it alteiwanlH for a vaiu.ibio
ounsidcration the aaid tk-hwceel endorsed ami de-
liveied tlie said note to the plaintul who is now.
and ever since endorBemeat bus been the ImiUer ami
owner of theaame, that alter wards, on the inntunty
of snid note, demand ol pajment tbereji wits h.-idji
at the bank iu k house of V. Winters -t Son,
before meutinued, and payment reiusrd; that iu
said action this plaintitl c-ufU to be ttud an pr
Uerof attachment npalnnt tliu property ol antd dc
iendant, that the Sherttf of Montgomery cotitiry
Ohio In pursumce thereof, on the seveuth t:iy oi"-s
December, A. It. Ib6, attached the iuliuwinu dc
scrlU tl ten) estate:
"Out-lot No. U6, inthecltyof Datou,Montirom
ery oounty, Oiiio, except 60 by 30u feet taseli out of
inun. r.. corner or me sumo, irr ntin oti leet oil
VVayue. street, extending southwaMiv s.uue width:
9(M)leet.' htid lot has been appraised at intxt.
Salddefetidaut la further notibeM iliat unless lie .ap
pear and answer or demur to the said petition uu
or hcii.re the third Saturday after tlieuut oi Jttmm
ry,lMU0,8rvlfiiM.' wiUitt)l to the aaid Supenor
Luutt for jud 'nient bf deUult afuiust him it.r the
sutu ol ,.b, with interest iroin Hecemlvr 1, lb..
lu ALA l DHr k HH; K,
ucct-dtwAwfw Atfys. lor i'laiutiil'.
William J. Lehman ) Superior Court of Mont-
Klliaboth Lehman t
e- ai. j
tion for l'nrutum, o lo. i
'I'll ft uid Elisabeth Lehmnn, w iJw or
X Salomon Lehman, deceased, JMnrtha J. DnilHoni,
married to Johnaou V. ilrttdtord. Solomon Leheiaii.
Jr., David A. Lehman, Nrvrah M. Lhmat( Hubert O.
Lehman, and :iizbe.h A. Lehman, (Ui inut three
are minora and all ifcsiilu In Mt itKomer t'ouuiy,
ulo,) will ta'io notice that a iKitition was hied
r, itiusi aiiaiiai uu mi: wu HS1 O i rcerui laexT , n- AV. i 'J-'l
iu me superior teun wiiiun end i- infc i-ouni y
Muutonu ry and State of Ohio, b- William J
m . ii.ol iJfU ke CoiHiJy, O.'t .o,..'! l iivw.'ikUitu'
W.y-'t eiu tlie Si id W i M : vi J -;.t h :n ifi it; iU-i
aOfc..KiiriH of tite ,o f. t , ."iiibt !i Lf :m hl '
lU t uip U tHU.'U J Co; r v!u .fc1ftti',.'.!l-ii:-
iu ti:e wii.ty ot sl. o "..wi ik tl.o , jtto ui i aii?,
Atut ikS(.-r i' -..( s .fiu .. tu-vi. r ' "
'J in' otirlll hule t,l Ui' north fi 4tt. ot J.: ' oj .r? iva
one (1 ) io SAiH jfj, tH tkm.':ip .iion r u-- v
lu rautce nuiuocr jk (j) o the nn-i Ij ir-it ii(v.f,i4
the til eat Mln'tn -tiver antl the VirifiutM HuMt-rvatloiia
su poised toUioobawrwl and tiUy-iuur (itj.un'r,
more or te-. am iii 1 ine 4trunry term, a. L.
iNtm, of said woutsV - iv Vjlliam J. U-lnn in
will apply lor au (af. r liici assinnnuiit oi lie
aaid widow's dower . tis.tt pmtitU'n uuy lo
made ol aaid premise 1 for other proper rciief,
ki. Thia December 5tin
Ily ALLr.aN X MKKKKR, Att'ye
tlcce-4ww lorWM. J. Lliiman, I eutioncr. I
TUB fitockholtlers of tho MlamUburp h. Cr rre
vtlle 1 urnpike Koad Companv re hereby iinttw
fled to uiret at tho otticc of Wiiliain (ioudy, r eij.,iu
MiamiburK, on Monday, the frtb cay ut Jtiliuurv, .
lb5U, at o'clock, P. M. of said day, for the pui so
of ei to ting sa,vxm directors to serve the vii.uinu;
Mlamlsburf, Dea.eth. 19,
dtiott-lwwj CEO. A. CUOVR, Prei't.
LHlHStajr Comuftlbsjoncr'a Sale.
HarahmanA Winters, l.Mast. Commlssfonor'a KMcl
IjtviuiuAA a to an (Tmer oi Uie Miperior
Court of Montomery County, made at tta ic-
tober Term, A. 1 , l.i6it,and tome directetl, I shal.
otter st public auction at the door of tlie Couit
House, In the County of Montgomery, and State of i
Ohio, on WeJnesdsy, lieeember 'Juth, lbMt, between I
tl e hours of one and four o'clock P, at., of Srtitl liny, '
the following decritted Heal Ftitte, to-wlt : bituntu 1
in the City of Dayton, Montnomery county, Olilo,
the same being lots numbered h ut thotnwnd w
thirty-two (ioj.), four thousand and thirty-three
U'.i), and four thouand and thirty-four (4t . 14), oa
t' r-tttedrecori:a of said Countyaml City, in btxa
: Ufj. aaid property ia to Ui aold on a jutl. a ,
vorot HarshuanA Winters agiut.Unr
e Lota are appraised at 400,00 each ' ,
. ttOf b sold for lesa than two-thirdti of 11. a
praiaod vain. Terms of avle th.
r. a.. JOHlr K Nr,
MatsrCf" tmtxTtonerof tup. (,urbrHe
T. O. Low, Att'y for l'i:n. uovavut-wtt v
iTtae(;r Commitsionerai taiiis
Bobert P. Brawn, )
va. V Superior Court No. 1219.
Joepa Heri.o1d,et. al. J
1)CK.SUAST to an ordorof the Buperiot
Court of M"tr.gfnntr County, tiltio, made fttir
ita November Te . m, kfc, ud t me ilirt-cttd, I ohrtil
otter at pubile au,Ua, at the door ol thu Cuiijt
House, on '
Wednesday. lot'eMlu r , TV, ,1
between the houru oi one itd iiiuri 'chai-k, I. rSJ-,
f aaid day, the fullowiug deritied rei estAfe
to-wiU Lot numlered four UiousAUd live hundrvd
and oue (iiVol), sdesit.nated on the revised lat ot
the City of Dayton, Montgomery county. Oinov
Said property la to be sold on a judgment in favor
of Kottert V. Brown aKtviust Jotteph Herlxdd et nlr
ha Id property is apprstiiod at Slai.uo and cannot bs
told lor lesa than two thirds the appraised value
Term a of Saie Can. t
N. E. YOHOAIV. '
Master t'oniinlalaner of (ip-
Jonif HoWAaUAtt'y lor iJitiJ. n"vi6dtwtt
ITIuater CoiniuUsieuer's Salo,
JonathanHarshman, 1 ivrior Court M y. Cc.O;
WUhamSmnia.et. al. ) o.e-
1)U1LSIJANT to en ordor oF the Pupenor
Court of Muntgtimery county, Ohio, ma- emthe
above ce at its October terei. A. 1. lf, to me
directed, I ahall oiler at putuio auction nt the iiir
ot the Court Housw, in the city oi Dj ton, m the
comity oi Montgomery, onto, on
Wednesday, January 4th,
between the hours oi e and four o'clock r. M. of
said da-, the following tteecrilttwl Heai bsUte: Situ
atelntheeityof Ds tn, Moutgomery county, O..
aud belUK "thirty-two" feet lu width oit the eat
half ol iu-lot No. J, on tha plat of aaid city of
sid'lrope'y to he Judgment In fa.or
of Joualhan harshman agedust W lllUm simtiii, rt.
al. The above property ts appralsetl at , tud
ounot be sold lor less than two-UiirUs ol tne np
prtised value, which is a, SS.
Terms oi aie - h.
H. B. JORDAN,
Mast. Com. Sup'r Court M. Co., U,
Tom. O. Low, Alt', fur Vl IT.