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or kvrt aiir, such a i' r rn tt p r . m-J km UJi aatJ w LARGE AND SMALL, AUCTION; SALE BILLS. . c, ;, AC, . ... HRNT TO THE OSTICK OF THE DAILY EMPIRE, By th MORRINO TRAINS, will h printed Kill th work returned by III KVKNINU THAINN, CHARGES HOBtlUTR. orPIoB. Third ft., between Main nd Jeflvrso eta., Dayton. RAD AIfD fcEhiEMSER WHAT YOU! READ. NEW STOCK I NEW PRICES It GOOD WORK!!! AT , , No. 110, Main street. N. W. WILSON THANKFUL for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to hfm, would again call the attention of the puulio to hi, new and complete assortment of Summer Roots and Shoes! Rnployln none but the bolt of workmen, I am confident that I oan get up the , BEST FITTING AND BE8T MADE Boot, and Shoe, In the city, and t will guarantee eatiatectlon In alleaaee. , CT Olva ma Trial I J- N W. WILBOIf, 11 Main ttrect, doon nuta of the Market. n.Vr. W. alio keeps a inperlor artloleof FRENCH AIT ORDLNAWCB, Farther to Protect tha Street, Ro&di. o in the ... City of Dayton,' against obitruotiona. ' Wro. 1. Be It ordained by tha City Con. mil of the City of Dayton, That it hall ha unlawful for any person to obitruot any street, sidewalk, allev. nub ile road, public square, or public common, withlnr aio uny, oy creatine or leaping tnereon, or along th same, any booth, shed or stand, for the sa a of re- fresh men tt or for any other purpose, likely, on public cooaaloiie, to ooflect orowds in, upon or near amy atreet, aidewallc, alley, read, iqiui-e or com mon, afore alt) , to the inoonvenienca or aimojanoo of paaainf tha mm. Seo. fl. Kvary parton violating any provUlOn of . fthia ordiiiaaoa, may be arreetedon view by the Mar ahal or any policeman of the City, and upon con viction before the Mayor, ehall be fined In any turn than twenty dollars, or be Imprisoned any term lev tha thirty days, or both, at tt.e discretion of the Mayor. Bsc, t. This ordinance shall be In force from and mnr in passage . vvm. bombkbghr, m - - Preat. Cirj Council A. A Bcttebfield, City Clerk, ootl 1 Mrnsier toiiiiiiliisloner'sttalc. Chriatiaa Miller, j No 1087 Jacob Heidtchuh,et. all. J Superior Court. iy Y triPtim of a hiAomnnt. nf fh Hunorinv . , .r r J . r. r . . " ioun oi monTRoiuery eouniy, imio, renuerca in wi auova enuueu cause, i win on Satarday, November 12, 1859, At the door of the Court House. In the city of Day ton, sell to tha highest bidder, between the hours ol via. orparcal of land: Situate in said city of Day ton, and known and described as follows: Lot nina nunc red and six (ww) on the revised plat of the aald city of Dayton, In the Htate ot Ohio. Appraised at thirteen hundred dollar may sell ur uiirwsBnuuurtui . . .. . . GEO. W. MALAMBRE, Master Commleiloner. Pro. W. Hon a , Att'y. octa WALL PiiPERS AT COST 1 ; r , AT , , ' " tit' . tt niT t nmnnn' III ' : II I n I I II' III I I II I f VY. n. UALLIlillUjIjno, HO 310 THIRD STREET. Violins, Violins, Violins. T V. H. CKOSBY baa received and will IJ. sell a lot of superior toned Violins, cheaper wan erer onerea in usyion, at oeta It7 Main ,t.t nearly oppo.lte the Market. MUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC!!! L V. H. CROSBY is daily reoeiving Musio of the latest pnblloatlons, by the most popular autnore. All order, from abroad will be filled without ex tneksrg. Poe tag free. oota 107 Main street, l)ytoo. TEACHING, TEACHING! TEACHING! LV. H. CROSBY will ivo lesson in Pl . .no, Violin, Piute, Vlollnoello, it., and will furnish an esoellent Guitar teacher for tiio.e who refer a thorough knowledge oe that In.trumeiit rartloular pala will betaxenwlth NEW BEGINNERS, And with the cultivation of the vole, oeta 107 Main street, Dayton. Journal and (Gazette eopy.j New Furniture Store! Cabinet Makers' TJisrioisr! Glraira, Xf atreases, &c. WARS ROOMS ON MAIN BTHEHT, -' 1ITWZH 1ST AHD 0. ' HAVING TAKEN THE STAND FOR merly oeeupled by W. Gille.pl. , we are manu facturing all Kind of Furniture first elaaa war ranted, whtah we are prepared to sell at the loweat prices. W are all practical workmen, and w flat ter ourselves our work will give Mtislaetion toour ' new eu.tomera. All orders for work promptly attended to. oota - J. SHERWOOD, Watch and Clock Maker, JEWEEER, OPTICIAN, &C, C LEGO'S BUILDING, If o. 313 Third-Street, Dayton, Ohio, RESPECTFULLY announce to the oiti sensor Dayton and It. vicinity that he ha bow an baud a vei t-AKujC akbori olttt i oi Fine Gold Jewelry, Consisting of all the newest de.ign. In Ktru.cn Work, e'ull and balf seta of Cor.l, (.arbuiwle, earl,Garnett, Lava, Roman and Florentine Mu eeiM) Cameo,, and many other, too numerous . alio An early lnapeetlon I, solicited. U-Watcaa and clook, .leaned sod repaired oa the .nor teat notiee. - outl SPEIIMOIL! : CUITABLK lor Sewing Machines, for aale O by J. W. blKTHICH, et Phillip. Home. DISTILLERS' THERMOMETERS. WARRANTED to be accurate, and of auuertor quality. Tor aale by J, V. PIETRICH, - oett ' PhUl,a Huua. CRIMBOIf MARKING INK. FOR writing on Linen, Cambria, Ao., with out preparation. For sal ty J. W. DIETRICH, tl Oruggl.t, Fhllllps House. For Kent! i D WILLING HOUSE on Firet street, aelow rerry etrvei, oaiaiuiD, htm ruvm. lam UA. aad excellent neiKhborhood. Inmlrool . t'HaW WARFOKI), etlMte oa Jeovrsaa street. fro . "fin 5 VOL, X. DAYTON OHIO, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1851), NO. 210. THE DAILY EMPIRE fePWIOal Of" fUL.IOATlONl Irapire Iiil-iag, fhirl it hi iUi kUlui I Jfffem -rat MMt T Mailt,". 00 pef rearffcadvenoe. 10 eoBtspur wfk.prbi0ti thooairtei. Cincinnati Agency. Th Cincinnati Trn Foundry Ootnosny li oof duly authorised A (rent to mat contract! ana reoeipunr eiuTeriistinieiibe uoecripuoD, Ac, in that eity. To Bdmiuummm. The Empire Job Room arc in complete trim, and w arc now prepared to do work of all description! in the beat at tie oftheart. uaii in anaexemineour work and earn onrprieee. I J" To AnvsaTtsxaa. Adreriiaamenta or Notices for tha Empire mnat be handed into the office by ttn 'elotk on the da they ar de aired to be published nttlalrr. We cannot agree to insert them afterthathonr. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to bare advertisements oaerted in the Wteklu Empire should hand them in by Saturday morning, at the latest A-Our advertising patrons will perceive that, by onr arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always nm very important mattertotnem. STSee 4th page for Telegraph Reporta. Poosrr Book Lost I H. D. Stout had his pocket picked last night In the erowd, of a small pocket book containing about forty dol- tare in money. The bill, ware an old Kentucky 10 bill two or threa fir as on the Uisaonrl Eqchsnge bank the balance in Ohio, Ken tucky, and a Massachusetts $3. Also an ae ceptar.ee of Wm. F. Oomly oV Oo. for $38, doe Oin. Type Foundry and aaveral other pipera, railroad puses and bills due tha Empire office. Also, an order on Dr. Purinton for 9. V. M. 0. A. The annual meeting of the Young Men'a Christian Aaaociation for the election of officers for the ensuing year will be held at Wesley Ohspel, Thursday Evening at T o'clock. Let every member be present. - By order of the board, A. S. BABBITT, Rec, Sec'y. NtFTUNES. It is expected that all member will be present at a called meeting of the 0om pany to night at 7,13. You who ar not going to Newport, are requested to bring your nni forms with you. Stsam Fiax Ekoihi in Tows I Messrs. Lea A Leonard, of New York, brought a steam fir engine to this city this morning. They ar the guests of the Keptunes, and wa'learn they in tend going to the parade at Newport with their machine. The engine ia small one not mach larger than the Oregon machine, and could be taken along at a bouncing rat by a crowd of lively boys. It will be exhibited on our street, this afternoon, and at the corner of Main and 3d the fuel nuder the boiler will be lighted, and it is claimed that by the time it can be taken to the Pnblie Square, where it ia to "quirt," it will be ready for action. ITThe Gssette roan aaya h did not set any drunken men laat night. Wewont dlspnt hi word j but w aaw more than a dozen In on pile. We aaw more mellow men in the length of a aquar last night than ws had seen before for a year. Why, whisky fairly rained I Had the local merely pasaed through soma spiritual crowda we aaw laat night, he would have gat drunk I We suppoee the boy thought they had a right to take a "high," particularly aathe whisky waa free. to a JTMr. Samuel Woodman, of Mad Eiver township, yesterday presented u with a mam moth W.weighing 13 pounda, and aaks ' Who san teal it?" The Republicans produced on the other day, which completely overshadows it; Tslking of beets, we believe tb Datnocr cy will beat the Republicans all hollow next fall! fiay A "minister of th gospel," who went to the poll to vote on Tuesday, remarked to the bystander that ha aaw a drunken demooraflyiag in an alley as he came along. The drunken man, it turned out, was a re - publican; and the only difference between him and th minister waa, that on waa lying in the alley, while the other waa lying at the polls; the alley republican waa unoon aoioiis from the na of republican whisky while the ministerial republican waa con scious that he waa lying. IT We hae another beautiful day. The ladiea are improving it every body aeema to be cheerful ; and thoae who did not know better would hardly suppose that then bad juat been an election here, and that the democracy had been defeated. We don't see any long face in the glorious sunshine of tosday, ETThat big lump of Cambridge coal ia at trading a vast deal of curiosity at Oapt, Min kk's corner. It ie a whopper, and it'a mat, till larger, may be aeen at Mr. Oolp'a office, where the best quality of eoal may be obtain ed. Orders left at Oapt. Minick'a etore, corner of Jeft'iYBooaad Market, will be promptly filled. Two horses attached to a wagon loaded with new furniture, ran away from the corner of Main and 3d at. ran r gainst a on bora was gon nearly demolishing it. An alderly gentle man atopped tha horaea, aft.- th catastrophe. at tha corner of Sd, The politicians having concluded their labor with the eloae of the campaign, we may expect buiiness to again aaaame mora than It wonted briskness. Every thing m business wsy ia being "turned around" lively, aad pro pect for a contiuusnce of active trade ia every department of industry, are certainly cheering JTPrairie street is free from the obstruction of car, moat of th day, and o th Sabbath it i, open to the public all day. The atreet ia now graded and graveled its sntire length, and ia a convenience to the south was tern part of the eity. CTTho New Lutheran Church on Main atreet one of the most elegant structure, in the Slate fe now being put ander roof. It ia rap idly approaching completion. tTThe Democracy of Maaeaehueetta have to contend againat one of the Btnir, but ia Moot gomery tbay have at least tin Baeka to fight against, and it proved too mach for 'em J and thai Ulls the story, "ia short.1 CTMr. Uuppyaayaw made a mistake in raising the Usury issue. Mr. Ooppy is a lucky dog, and has right to make any extravagant statement he pleaaeet but it waa the ejt not as who md the mistake, and they will find it out. CTCelit the great "leviathan' bslloonietr, ie to "go np" at Rich awed, Ia., la few daoa. Bo Belmaa aaya, and ao th Pal ladium aaya. He hasn't gone up yet I rrDnrlr.- tb. Oon.K fair. IkaBaddlea.l Harness, etc, ea axbibitioa then by Mcasra. Oraw A Warlord, whoa (tore la la tha Haw Backel Building, Jefferson street, attracted Tory general admiration. Th "family saddle" par. liealarly occupied considerable share of fe. male admiration. It I so eonttrueted that It will completely antwer th pnrpoe of gentle men and ladies. For the purpose of adopting it to the nee of the ladlea, horn, with a large and perfeetly substantial screw, ia attached, and th front piece, which belonga to it, ia also arranged, so that in a minute, th gentlemen'! ia transformed into a pretty and complete lady 'a aaddle. Th change ia mad in minute, and ia aa it fa a any aaddle manufactured express ly for a lady. Th Harness, Ac, mad a cen tre of attraction for farmers and horsemen gens orally. We venture that no nicer and better Work waa ever exhibited her or elsewhere Th maker of th karneaa and aaddle, Mr" Haya, baa made work that look tha premium for eleganea and goodness at th World's Fain and at several But Fair is th Beat, Meeara. 0. A W. ar jnetly proud of thair work, and of the trade they bava obtained on it, and their fair dealing. M svimce Ammma. Prof. H. F. Smith. whoa notoriety in th practice of Human Mag netitm ia world. wide, will give the introducto ry lecture to a court, at Huaton Hail th leave ning. We had heard of th Professor for a long while. The papers In every direction were re cording bia wonderful performance, and tor a while it seemed aa though he were ubiquitous, so persistently did he torn ap in different parte of the country, and turn old notiona "op aide down I" He ia here now, and w deem him a clever gentleman. He open, this evening at 7 o'clock, In Huiton Hull. We ar eati,&ed that those who attend hla course will b richly paid for th money and Urn expended. We quote the following: Prof. Smith i a nleaaant and lotre,tio lec turer, a gentleman of acientifie research and po lit education. Ntlcha Gas. Those who wish to ae curious facta, very curious onea, can attend Prof. Smith 'a course of lectures, when if they hsve never seen Mee meriam before uey will aeeenougn to laat mem half a life time. Lam. Dtm, Prof. Smith' experiment are the moat euo- eeaaful ever witneased by na. We have not room even to allude to th manr interesting experimenta particularly, b"t would advlae all to witneaa lor inemeeivea. iaa. xf aenr. Prof. Smith delivered his course of Lectures on Human Magnetiam to full and increasing audiencea to the laat and fully met th xpec tationa of those who attended. Hia lectures were instructive and full of interest, and hia ex perimeots at the cloeeof each lecture were eon-vincine- and amasioe in the extreme. If an wish to have a heartier laugh than thry aver bad, let tbem attend rror. Bmiln 'sexperimenta. Prof. Smith magnetised and experimented upon more than thirty of our citiaeoa. Piqua Rtgif lev. Prof. Smith's lectures and experimenta have exceeded in interest anything that we nave had for a long time. Piqu Enquirer. ETToe Meeara. Payn present our resders with another catalogue of new nod attractive books. They ar constantly getting new book,, and they ar selling them, be can h they make ,uch selection, aa will meet the popular appro val, Oo to Payne, No. CO, Main atraet, and make selections for reading, thee long eve ninga. It will b a better investment than gad ding about th streets. Haw i, it! Th OasetU'a figures this morn ing electa Chamber Commissioner over Kiser by 108 rotea. Thar 1 s mletaka of 100, we think, In th figures given for Harrison town hip; bntercn allowing that, Chambers would have majority of 8 vote. In trading off Kieer for Ranch, th opposition earn pretty near (if not quite) getting beat in the trade. How ia it? Ia Ohamben elected? Clay ia yery close np to Chambers' yote, and it would not surprise na if th official rot would give us both tbeeo men I Eh? Corrr's Pbivt Sprbcb. Mr, Cnppy made a speech at th horning of a privy, lat night' He abused the democracy soundly, and made himself generally spicy, as th occasion de, manded, A large number of th dark wing of the opposition, attracted by th glare of ao appropriate a "burnt offering, ' were pres. ent, and after Mr, 0. had oonoluded, load calls were mad for Tom Mumtbrd. ITOur devil who was "alone in hia glory" laat evening informs ne that the opposition whea passing our office gave a "dismal groan." He eaya it reminded him of .the noiae made by incipient cattle when brought to the test of the batcher' block and knife; and the "rebound" which earn op to th window "nearly made bia head awiml" It waa powerful. (TA Paris letter aaya that Mr. Preston, our Minister to Spain, haa been in that eity some weeks, buying furniture for bi, palace (.is thou aand dollars a year rest) at Madrid . And tbouaaada of people here at home, where "oar minister" resides, suffer from cold and hunger whea the money aaid to be thua fool ishly expended, would relieve them. "Repub licaa almpllcity" ia getting at a big discount ETTbe ladiea are making No. 79Jsffrao street, popular place, by the reputation they giv it for th nice eboc to be obtained there. Devi haa built np a big custom on the reputa tion of hia work. He haa, also, every stylsof geota' bouts, shoes, etc., which he will war rant. CT Ool. W. H. Nobles, who haa been explo ring a north-western overland rent to the Pa cific ha returned to Si. Paul, direst from Fort Ellice, via Turtle Mountain and Devil' Lake. The Colonel apeak very favorably of the new route, and declare that meet of tbeoountry be psaasd through ia much more fertile that it has been represented. CT The editor of the Valley Star at Newville, Pa., adviaeth hia subscribers that he continues "to take eel, aoapping-tortlee, potato, apple. and other fixin for (ubaoriptiooa at the uaual ratea." We hope the appeal of th editor will meet with a cordial reapos front a diecrims. ting public. AxomaaPaixa FieajT. Edward Price, who recently won th fight with Kelly, i aaid to have accepted a challenge from George King, of Boston, to fight him ia Canada, three month to. John CHsenaa, the "Renecia Boy," ia to act aa trainer aad second to Frio. Tbirtt Via as Kasi-iva. Ueorge Drake murdered man named -ilhy, in Martina barg, V., thirty years ago, but soaped from jaiL A few day ago b we arrested in Allegheny oo. Md. (py The New Orleans paper advlae that per sob may new viait that eity witheul tear ef be- lag attacked by yellow fcver. They aay "We have had ae yellow fever at any lias da ring th aaerea, aad the weather ha now turned ol, the sir bracing aad balmy aeeoeld be deeired." CT There was a amell of "Tillaioou gun pewaW la theelty laat night. iaSfTh. returns from Indiana, and Peon, aybania look blua for the Deaoeraoy. Thoae State seem to have deoided to be put down on a level with Ohio, for tb present: and it depend on th toi-diianl leader of our party, whether they will remain there. It trike n that if the democracy throughont the Union cannot now tha folly of bick ering and quarrelling among themselves, they are permanently blind. That the poi litioaJ newa juat reoeived is, in a great dei gre th result of the foolish emeule in the Ztemooratio party, cannot well be denied; it waa reasonably to be expected, but its ex tent, however, has completely surprised ns. There another cause, to be assigned for our defeat. There never waa a time in the hiatory of this country, when money waa uaed so boldi ly to carry State and local elections, a In th oampaign juat closed. Th evidenoe of this is everwhere to be met with; and the perniciou influeno will probably be felt in all time to oome. These matter are more to be deplored than the defeat of the Demo, oratia ticket this fall, for the honest maaaes will, after th time for reflection eomea, reoi tify tb error they have committed in ele rating to power th rabble plaoemen who are now exultant. The example and effcots of corruption ar more aerioua, and are apt to tell on generations to oome, Tb eleotions of this country will have to be put baok upon first principles if we wonld inooeed in oar "experiment'' of aelfi government PrincipU must be the basis or politioal faith, and fairness must regulate onr politioal notion, if w would preserve untarnished our national honor and pros perity. Mar politioal mooes will not jus. tify every mean which th ingenuity of men, or the corruption of knave, apply to tb purpose. These are matters for grave thought; and w hope that calm moment may be devoted to their study. We are on the verge of a politioal preoipioe, and it will take all the intellect, patriotism and Christi anity of the country to avert the catastrophe of a plunge down the threatening abyss, We ar moving in th wrong direction; the carelessness of some, the thoughtlessness of others, and tha telfishnee and recklessness of the placemen, ore fast bearing us to ru in. Th Democratic, element ie all that oan save th country. Will Democrats make themselves responsible for the depravity of the present day by continuing their insane quibbling? Look at the matter right, friend. Will you be longer responsible for the pres ent degraded condition of American poli" doe? : ttt"The Cleveland Medionl Gazette com tains an aooount of the most enormous tu mor on record. Tb weight was about twloe that of the lufferer who bore it, and was est timated at on hundred and seventy nine pounds. For th laat four or fire year of th patient' life she waa rigorously oonflned to her bed, being wholly unable to austain; for a moment, the standing poajuQ, During th greater part of the time, however, ber appetite and digestion were good, and all her functions were well performed. A Nabbow Esoira. The Kankakee (Iod.) Oaaett ssys that on Friday laat, a freight car belonging to a downward bound train on the Illinois Central Railroad, took fire about eight miles north of that city , and came in all ablase. It waa taken to the water tank, and -ubjected to a pour bath, which soon extinguished the flames, A considerable portion of the car wss burnt through, and a portion of the freight Consumed. The esr contained two kegs ol gun powder, shipped in a box and marked "codfish.' The box containing the kegs hsd burnt through, and on being taken out fell to piece. In a few minute the enginee would have received the worst blowing up he ever got. CT The tobacco growers of Connecticut rc centl) held a convention at Hartford, and vo ted to sustain thair present system of ware housing inaugurated by D. M. Seymour. Mr. S. agreed to advance six and eight cent, per fii on good wrapper leaf tobacco conalgned to him before the lit of January next. ET Tha widow of the late Mr. Harris, who waa killed by the locomotive explosion at Cameron lays Tha Wheeling Intelligencer, ha not touched food or slept since tbs unfortunate death of her husband. Her friends fear that she may eventually loss her ressen. CT Chickens of a new breed called "Ecliptan- dean" are being Introduced into thia country from abroad. Ioatead of feathers they are aov ered with fine hair like that of lap doge, very white, soft and beautiful, and bars curious red ornament, on their heads. tTThere are upward of four hundred ,l,ves leaving Missouri every week, nearly alt of whom go South. Thia movement in th slave market I cecaaioned partly by the high price. obtained and partly by causes hsving no refer eoce to pricee. The money market has already received esnatble relief from thia source. ETAt S o'clock this morning, the proportion of female, to mala in attendance at market ws. aa twe or three to onel That would seem to indicate that the men were up late laat night. Something anoaual must have been going ont !3fc.Tlie opposition her last night firod cannon, apeeohified, yelled, and "raised Xa than'' generally. They called thia jollify ing I We anppoae it was; it Bounded likn it CTWa will giv th correct returns oihi. oeaaty juet aa aooa ae we get the official vote. Every body kaowa lew the county haa gone, aad we will, a soon as possible, let them know how much. tT The la teat Presidential ticket out is that displayed by th McKiaaey (Texas) Meaaaen ger, intraded for th consolidation of a new party under the title of tbe "Union Democra cy," vi.s "For Prtaident, General Sam Houa ton, Vice Preaideot, Robert 0. Wiothrop." IT Th anniversary of the Battle of York town will b celebrated with becoming apirit on the coming 19th day of October. All the military of Old Point, eonsiiling of avn Co m panic, will be present, and the military Baltimore will b invited to join in th celebra tion. CP Remember that to night will be the grand opening display ef fancy and atapl dry good, at Douglass A Oe'a. new Dry flood. Palace, No ?, Maia at rrWalerael!oa ar Mill to b had at th street corner. The pleasant weather kae had tb effect of making them saleable again. i Buyer have to take tbe chance of ague, Showing the White Flag—Petticoats at Random. The Commercial had a correspondent at every County Fair in th State, we bnlieve; and every one of the "observing" gentle men seemed emulons of outdoing each other in tb putting up of racy points. We rather think th following effort will take the rag off th bush. A petticoat ought to b awarded him; and we hope the State Com mittee oa priaea will at onoe hunt him up. lie aaya The ladies were well mounted on a bay, a sorrel rrei ana a grey, 'iney ride graoelully, d their skill is admired. Tha aorrel irets an and hi mistress humors him; the grey pulls up and the ndora get excited. They are mutually deairoua of annlause. and hotb confident in the speed of their horses. Dam sel on th aorrel gives him the bit and dashes ahead at a killing: race. She on the grey lets her nag go. Yipl Now they go it j no urowu open, on em rnuaioaiiy. judges in the center seised with epasma are a eagor a the wildest, and the Indies eweep around the ring with furioua energy. Now the aorrel' ahead; now the grey; now eorrol draw, up, and now she on the grey feeds his flanks with whip lash. Y hipl yip!! and a blanket would oover th pair of 'em. uamsei on ine aorrel lifts bim beautifully, and he ihoot forward again: grev makea a tremenieua lunge, doses the gap, draws to the caddie girth of the aorrel, and his mis tress' hat fiies off. Ribbons and hair in a splendid tangle, but she olapa on the hat with oaptivating fury, and away they go. Drapery on ine aamsei ot toe sorrel now re bellious; shows the white flag exposes the lady'a iho topi flaps up awfully, and the hat and hair of ahe on the grey again in the wind, and both horsee going like the d gentleman in blaok. The Marshal discover lymptoiua oi a catastrophe, and plunges orward to avert it Grey obeys the rein and falls into a gentle oankr. Sorrel i muter of hia mistress and her drapery ia fluttering and rising. A cooler head than her'a ander suuh embarrassment would find it diffioult to deoid noon the propriety of dropping from the saddls or nermittins: the ?;urmeota to rebel as they please. She pre ers to stick, and i it indelioate to praise the immaculate soowinee of a lady a linen and hose, and bow many witneesea shall be oited to testify? She regaina oontrol of her steed; a desperate j ark, and the flowing robe fulls gracefully into propriety. Dear ladiea, when you ride into the ring at a Fair under the eyee of thousand of spec tator,, aooept the advice of a sincere friend, and do not ride like Tarn O'Sbanter. You don't know bow muoh agony it will spare excitable gentlemen. They'll all aoknowl. edge the whiteness of your stockings ever so far from the toes without even request ing you to display them on horseback. In public i no place to exhibit tbem indeed it iaa i. Human Magnetism. Prof. II. F. Smith leiitured through a course on Human Magnetism in this place. II . r . . . . . ' uw vuurn wue snuBmuturj vj our omaenr. Hisoapaoity is unquestionable. Hi theory waa well reasoned, and hia experiment were suoh as it required more scepticism to doubt tnan to believe. At too close ol bia leoturea at Stanford's Hall, on Hominy last our Mayor, J. L. Hughe, Esq., proposed the fol lowing, which waa unanimously adopted by the large audience nresant Lima. ((). National, WhhrbaS. Prof. H. F. Smith haa iuat oi. en a course of lecture and experiment in Human Magnetiam to our citisens Resolved, That bis intercourse among n. has been (Tint of a gentleman, that bia an, tertainmenta have been instructive' and amusing. That we entertain towards bim sentiments of respect and esteem, and com mend mm to tiie lovers of acience and amuse ment generally. The Profestor will lecture in Huston Hall this evening. He .is said to be an able leoturer. AkItxh We aaw a man going up Jeffer son St. to dsy with a pig on his back. He had a bind leg of the porker on either side of bis neck, and the tail of the pig was playing about hi, ears. trOver 4,000 worth ol dried blackber- riee were sent from High Point, North Car olina, between July and September, to tbe North, to be used for dyeing. CTTho who desire to put up mangoes, green tomatoes, etc., for winter use, hsd belter secure them soon, as the time for auch vegeta. blea is about up. The emigrants continue to move west In lsrgs number. Th tide haa new fairly set in; and it ia fortuaate fur those westward bound that thewsslher is so genial. Property owners, who hsve wet lands, will be Interested in the advertisement headed "Draining Tilea." Bracket, the eoulplor, ha, juat complc ted a apirited bust of tha lata Rufua Onoata, and 8. H. Sawyer, of Boston, has likewiss pre duced a fine picture of Mr. Choate. Oar old friend Geo. Woganiao, Esq., was re elected Justice of the rese in Harrison Towoabip on Tuesday laat. Th Squire waa fully endorsed. But Aria', Aevi Cuss for intermittent,, Area 'a Caiar Pctol for a Cough aud Arts', Pills for all the purpose of a Family Phytic. CTFrom the way some man scratched ticket th other day it would be inferred that they had the "seven years' itch." IT What ha. become of th, litl of premium. awarded at th recent Fair? 0T Tha tabing in th Miami is aaid to be better now than at anv time this season. f V1 ''Taa WuirrxD Baoieaa.'' Th Buffalo Kxpres tsve that Australian Kelly, the van quiabed pugilist Ic the prise fight of Thurs day, baa not only to sutler th acne ard pain of broken rib and battered bone, and the mortifloation of hi utter defeat, but be ha, also, il appear, to endure the eoornful and eonaamptuoa iudignation of nearly the entir hoat ot hia friend, and backer. His conduct in th ring is said to have dreadfully dieappoiBted and disgusted those who bad pinned their faith and their purses upon bis supposed pluck, skill and muscle. Hut when th scratch came, bia pretention. were brushed away in an instant by but an lagomst 11 was nnable to make even decent ahow of plusk ot eoience. His ad versary treated him with per f sol eootampi, and with a aneer on hia lace, cuffed and bandied him about the ring lik a school boy. OTTb London Court Circular haa a fun. ny atory about a lady named Colaon, resid ing in ilyde Park Terrae, who, mor than sixteen year ago, reaolved "never to see th light of day again," from having been dia appointed in her lualriiaonial viewa with Colonel H Kvw aiuo the year 1H43 this ooeotrio maiden lady baa lived and alept in a chamber from which all light ia rigidly excluded, save wht ia furnished to her by th was chandler of I'icoadUly. NEWS ITEMS. Thornton McOsw. Esq., of ilsngnr. Me., a gentleman ranking high in the profes.ion o' tbe law, died In that city on the !ih int., at the ripe sge of sixty yoars. Mr. James R. Murdoch, the eminent tragedi an, will deliver a lecture on the plsy of H'mlet at Huntsvllle, Ala., one evening next week. Governor Wise, of Virginia, has told his place at Only, near Onancock, Acomack County, V , containing four hundred acres of land, to Csp lain Plnney, for $il',000. Daniel Murphy, of Hardin County, Vs. .tried for th murder of George Arlnentronl, In Octo ber, 1PS8, has been found guilty of murder in the second degree. A brutal fellow, named MrParley, waa lynch ed by hia neighbors, In Clinton County, Ind , last week. He had deliberately knocked out both eye of a valuable horse, snd then best the poor anlmal'e brains out The dome of the court house in St Louis, which cost (30,0(10, haa been condemned as in secure and perilous to life. Tbe Ohio Penitentiary i, boiling over with inmate,; and it is slmoat impossible to provide them all with comfortable lodgings. The num ber of convicts is 860. Mr. L, Mountain, in his lale trip into tbe Canada wilds, ascertained the speed of air cur rents to be at th rale of two mile In a minute, according to his own rate of traveling, Fillibuater Walker', latest attempt to revo lutionire Nicaragua seems to hsvs failed even more contemptibly thin any previous effort. Hisjnenwrra arrested before they had fairly left the American coast. A consignment of 10,000 cigars, made at Ha vana, for Louis Napoleon, has arrived at Nor folk, en route for France. They cost $300 per M. The Hon, John O Rives, editor and publish eroftbe Congressional Globe, was in Evana villa, Ind., oa Wednesday. He went in hi, plsin and unobtrusive way, and ipent the day in tracing the change, of tweoty-fivs year,, at which period he wa, acletk in a bank at Shawneelown, and it waa not until be was about to leave by tha cara that he was discov ered by his old acqusimaucea. The spota on the tun are unusually numer ous and large this year. At Ihe present time there are eleven group, of spot visible, two of which hare just made their appearance on the Western edge. A very large ,pot haa been re cently observed nearly in the center, embracing a central black spot and a slill larger pennm. bral region, It ia ,aid to be undergoing daily remarkable change. Another reverend gentleman, the Rev. S.K. Sweelman, of Swanxey, Mass., is on trisl be fore a Church Council for the following trifling misdemeanors: The publication of an unchri,- tisn and unclerical pamphlet; making false representations to a Bristol church, in order to hurry it iulo closing a bargain; sermon stealing and advertising for a wife while hislhitdone was still living. Ths Kana Constitution is adopted by 4,000 majority. SO MARRIED. On the loth inat., by Rev. I). W inter., at hla reil' denee, Mr. William C. Needlee of Alpha, to Mine Mary C. Gaiiaugh, of Beaver Creek Townahlpi Greene Co, On the 12tb, by tbe ,etne, at the esme plaee, Mr' Peter Clark to Mlaa xarah Bowman, both of Ran dolph Toanahlp. PROF. H. F. SMITH PropORTi t glvt to the Ladiea nd Gen tie men of Dayton ft court or hi FupuUr Lecture oo HUMAN MAGNETISM, at HUSTON HALL. HU Introductory Lecture, on Thursday night, will be free. The .ml ire ere pe dally InvlteU to attend. Lecture to oomnenoe at i; o'clock. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. a 75,000 ft . of Draining Tiles fS hand and for sale at our Factory in VS Oaaland, one mile eaet of Dayton, (nn Xeit. i urn pikie Hcaa,) ami at ine it ore of J. o. Uiloeri k Co .under Beckela Hall, oppoalte Marker. ooiia AianufcPiiiiAb BiurrfceUAiAN. Heckler, Hemley & Maxtor. NO. 30fl V 308 D ST., HAVE JUST KECEIVKD A LAKUt A A aiookof tuoonsware, t nina ware, disss Ware, . Plated ware, llrittaoia Ware, Looking O lessee, . Table Mate, " Tea Waiters & Trays, Lamps, all kinds, Cutlery, Spoons. Ao. Our stock ef Plated Ctora, Bpoona, Ae., are all of the heat quality; warranted. Pricee Irout S to 3Aech Uueenaware, Gleae Ware, Be., wo will acll aaoheap ae lee ehespeet. rieeeeglve us a eell, oaOldSUUet at reel. UBCeVLJSR, ttKMLRt It MAXTON. oct u Latest Publications! BOOKS. BOOKS! J08T RUC'D. AT PAYNES' THE WHK AT PLANT; Its Oriel a, Culture, Growth, Development, Vaiietlea, lfUeaw0te hundred llluitrattona. lAng worth on the Honey Bee Out of the Etoul. Hiatorv of a Wo.nan Life. Autobtoffrapls of a Married Woiuau. Adaw hai a aew lot. Love; Lajiiout a new lot. Ltle torn Lite do do Tiie Loittoof Political fceMiomy, and ether Paperij By litUUiBalf . Jutt? received, for Children, Fxeceiaee in Culoiiof . A. I moat Hvrtoftei Be tbe author uf "t ounterteita." Tne KeMtory of Mortund,or My iuty. lsnbella Oriini; by author ot tH-atrto Cencl. Life of ( hBulotte.B , Br Aiiie (Curat Bell) Her Com- Dbete Woraa. The hUfilneere1 and Maohlniata1 Drawing Book a CoiwiaiM Courae of utaUucUoa k U rrai;Uoal Kit .near. We invite all to eali and examine the great Wa ter Lily (or Victoria Regie) of Atweriaa. We ar In the recatpt of a heavy a toe It of at and ard Mlaellaaeoua Worfcef Juvenile Book a of evvry aiud aud igualtty. U invite particular attention to our new too of Blank Wora.Cap, 1-ettcrmntl Note Paper, man ufactured eapreaely to our artier, and warranted to Cve eUeiAwiua. Al FAYNKS, Na 60, Main at. ootlt N. P. & Douglass Go's ON THURSDAY EVENING, AT HALF PAST 8EVEN 0 CLOCK Vhe public ar seapeerfully invited to attend. ootia LEMONS. 25 boxes French. Lenaona, in p rime order , J ua t reoei v d . augi D. r.. Ht' OA W R Cheese, very fine, at 8 cents, to VU sloes ths lot, at t. M.B W. M.OailKN' iiii a AT Opening Every Pay! TO TUirLAl)lKS! New. Fall Goods, MR H. N. HOWARD re.pectfully lr. forma the but lea that the ha. received a luae asaorlment of ... . MILLINERY ;'Kk)IN, roil i" a li. a wivri ii, whieh ahe oflere to .ell at very auiall advance. t old eatabii.hmeiit WO. 113 MAIN STREET, Where ahe ha, Jo.t resetted a lsrite ...wtn.ei.i ,.f Cor.eta, stay., iirw. Cii., Hi-ntl Iifu.nc. Utie French Hunhe., Slower,. HlMimi., Bennett., Ac TliankTiil tor Ihe patronage ao lll.er.liy r-xtcmVi toward ua, we hope by Uriel atti-ntlun to meill a-i l receive an lost-eased ooatlnuanoeor th. .nme. MUM. N. HolVAHO'V-ZI ' ' ' No. IIS M.ln ft. Tarllculnr addition paid to Blcwhlnf. Tilnnninir .nn Hrpntrina: Kluui 01 eir.n-, velvet Bonneta. MRS. N. HOW.V Mil. octia-Smd No. 1 13 Mntn .1. Great Attraction At N. P. DOUGLASS & ( OV! TKHAVR now in onr NKW KTOI.'K wo. in lrttiiii Mi.,.,.., '' IUYTOX, O., , A largo aaiortmrut of Fall & Winter Dry Gpiiifc, Which we will aell at ptlctn that will Miet'ti Uojiipct il ion : MII.f.lNERV! MILLINERY!! . We have a fine assortment of Bonnet, Ribbons, Flower, Feathei"., Ae., at astonlahlngly low price.. men TRIMMINGS. I In great variety CHI'. A P. LADIKH AND CHILDREN' FlIOI -'. Having ie ;urod the icrvlrce of mine of the lvt M oi kiii?ii Cincinnati, we are prepared to nnuufurturr- an article of Ladiei and I hll.lreni' Sliorn, h lilch in re gard to beauty find quality cannot be excelled in tin. country. t CLOAKS I CLOAKS I! CLOAKS!!! SHAWLS! SHAWLS'! Oiir atoefc of Cloak, embrace, all the nctvi .t nr . I mo.t approved farie Ityle., which in verlt v.l price, eacel any ever ottered in Ihit ct j . AUo agent, fur Lester a Sewing Machine, Which are aald to he the 'jeat double-threal-nm U machine now In u.e. livery maohlne la warranted, and can hetocnin operation at . V. UUCULASS CO.'i, oe''-1 ' TSMMnjt c, !. Draft Horses. HAVING entered my homes for tlin lot premium draft horaea at the County Fair, m l having aa I hellev, the beat draft hone. I i II. i county or State, although the premium u-n. ri.t awarued to ate I makethli chailt-nar: 1 have h:w u feet of atone with a w.ROncrtiH. locked uid rui-h locked both, lor Ute di.t.uce ol 1 l.et fi I;,;-!,, t, -Now 1 challenge any tt-nm of two hnr.ee, hi tl,.- eonntyor Ntare, to Ileal thia, and II that is li , I candolwtter. , J. A. LINK. octl2-lnidaw Public Sale of Valuable Out. I. is! 1W1LL aell at pulilio auction on the nreni laea, on SATURDAY", Hie s-.d day ol u, i., t, ln?t., In two acre lot,, itiiout 34 acre, ni l.wl, (-i , Xeuia Avenue, Juht oulMlde Hi. uoiiornln.n u! 1-. v ton. Thia land 1a llnely alnmud lor iri.t.i. n lng purpoete. The Sull la ven rich j;d i n ductive. TKKug One-fourth the purchase money nn or belore lite fi ret- of Novtmihcr, and tie ri.nHlniiu( three-fourth, in einal annual payment,, to too il per cent. Inl.re.l, lu be paid nnuu.lly. Ont oi i: lot. hn. a new fraeir hou.e and at.ldeon it. The property la near tho new t athollo t'liur. :.. and la well aituated for convenience ol net. h. in i i.e .. ... , . M. U. WALKKIi, octlO-dlt No. , Cleira'. lilot-li, 3.1 leel . floumal and Gaetre coiv.' I'M Go oris TH0S. SHAFFER'S. NO. 85 MAIN STREET. THOS. SHjEPPERL! goodTgoods AT T II O M A S S II .E FFE R ' ,s . Pretty Goods AT Thomas SliaelferV. A Large block of Good. THOMAS SHJ3FFEllS. C ome lib your Cash AND liKT Hi A IB .sU A 2 m THOSSHAEFFER'S. Fine Candies! a at received SuO boxee, of QT7M DFCF'.', LEMONS, .. Liquorice,. - Roep, Kaapberre, t fctranberry ChocoInO, 1 Mixed CauJics, 4 Pectoral Sticks, Ail flavor.. Sugar Almondi, Convemtlonal Lozt ti gee. e.e. WAoisaie aud Ketall, at oet7 BH aNOIlNBURG a; CO'.. Itlanter Ciuiulaiouers halo ' rarl.Ulter, lNo' -Sareilor Court, NathanJ. Davie, et.al.J M. Cc, O. PUKSUANT to an order of the Superior Court of Montgomery eouaty . Oblf, maitein tti attove caee at iu Ketiruitry terui, A.D. ivt, mini tn mediieoted, 1 ahutt otftr at puMte auction at ilw door of tttc Court Houms, Ia the lly ol LtayUii. m the county of Montgoiucy and Stte of ' hl, on Cuturday, Uottibwr 2yth, lhoy. Between tne hours of ous and lour o'olook H. M u aaid dy, the following detcrtNd Htai l-nt'f, wtt, ntuate in the city of iieytoa, Muoigouurt oounty, Ohio, to wtt: Lot numtfred tnrt-t lh.iu:i;. . twohuaored and ft riy-ntne tatin ae ileignatfa o:-. the revUed pUt of said city. uJ proper ly i to : old oa a Judgment In favor of Frederick Hawk.r. agKlnet NaLhsn J-Uavii.et al. The above property haa ben apprttlneil at ". and oauaut be ikuU for lea than l.uuo, which ia in thlnle theiiriift va ue.theieof. TKH ta uf H Lhewtl aah The above dtecriicd urcLmrty ! wild it the pr"j : tyoiefohaH baker. IN. K. JOIiDAN, Miuter C onjnialonde duertet Vwut. Joidak a JuiuAit, Att'va. hr fi'tU. eptu-tt To Meruit Growers! Fruit Trees for Sale! TpIIE UNDERSIGNED IT KH FOli l.K Go?berry uud C'tirraut Trcc. . Or TWO YBARK'GkOWTH, they nrogooal liii.1i. and very thrifty. The UHMrlterru'tt ar I l.e" Houj I. -tun rtaMKllmg,'' a very, line variety-, hrara well, mid is free from mildew. 1 ne Currants are the "t itrare Red Dutch," an excellent variety, and ver protiuct They will te ready lor Uaiiuu.g ntout theatdtlleof October. tJ-fr ruuUruwers In want ef Fruit Trees of -this klud. will ttuu it tvthfir WtUTt tuvatl ai.diK.aui lu the ttfcov rartctiea, aa tbty are better Maptrd to this climate, aud m K-((rtl to y ie u, an uwicf ro llitw than any other klmis. They will b,diwfnJaiwl ot In lfn or siHAll t)uaotUiua,s suit i-urvhaiN Warrautod aa rtpreeut'd. li'inii, loaaiiuAhlf. . JAMtS U. liKKKNK, Sr, Horticoltunat and t'l.Htet, Oreeneaatle, about oue allte We.t ol Ua) Utn. dtnwAwUn Z. G. Weddle, PUIntlff, 1 Before !. I. Alien, J. az.tu.t 1', Mad Hiker Tp., eeha Hesipaill, defeadant. J kloutgooiery to., u. ON the 5lb day of riepteiuber, A. U li-Vt eaid iu.tlce laaued an order ol atlaehiui-rit in the shove actio. ai Uieauia vl M a.-pU-ww Z.J).VKIU1,K. i)Z IH.lXtd Leiuoua, iu jruu order, juat tO reoeived. ft ' O. ). SHtttl . I X IKUCB test H i! very ni,-e at 1. M. a w.V ' J-'