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PRINTING t ' Or VK AT KIND, ItTCM A y ' POBTBaSj LARGE AND SMALL, AUCTION, SALE BILLS. AC, AC, AC, . BENT TO THE OFFICE OF T II E ' DAILY EMPIRE, vth MOIMINO TRAINS, will ha printed and the work returned ty lha KVKNINO THAINS. CII4RCIES MODERATE. OFTIC1C. Third it., between Mala and Jefferson Datoe. RAD I AND REMEMBER WHT YOU READ, NEW STOCKI NE.VPRTCESII GOOD WORK 1 1 ! AT No. 116, Main street. N. W. WILSON TITANKKULfor tho ear liberal patronage heretofore extondml to him, would again cull the attention til the public to b.i new and complete aaeortntent of Summer Hoots and Shoes! Kainloyln none hut th beat of workmen, I am eoAftdenttiutlaanget up the . BEST FITTING AND MKST MADE Booteandnhoea.n the eity, and I will guarantee setlatectton In all onset. ILT Give me BTriHl I Irv . lit Main itraet.t doors trmthMf Market. N. W. W. alao keeps a luuerlor artld.eof FRENCH B LAC KINO JQ. AW ORDINANCE, Further to Protect tbe Streets, Hnadp. Ac, in the Oil j of Dayton, Rfrniuot obstruction!. flue, t. Be It ordained by the City Coumll of the City of Dayton. That It hall b unlaw.nl Tor any person to ohitruot an ctreeC, aldewnlk, alley, pub lic road, public square, vr public oommun, within said City, by erecting or keep inn thercou. or Along the aame, any booth, iiied or at ami, for the ia e of re freehmenta, er for any o-her purpoae, llkelv, on publto oooaaloni, to ooilfwit crowds in, upon or near any street, sidewalk, alley, read, spiare or com mon, aforfisalil, to the Inconvenience or anuojauoo of passing the same. bbc. 9. Every person violating any provision ol this ordinance- may be arrested on view by the Mar aha! or any policeman of the City, and u,on uun rtotion before the ayor, shall be lined In any sum lees than twenty dollars, or be Imprisoned an term lass than thirty days, or both, at tl.edisoretlouof the Mayor. Hec. a. This ordinance shall be In force from and after Its passage. W". BO.MDKhgkb, Fres't. City Council. A. A. BuTTBnriELi), City Clerk. ot7 . matter I'omiutsftioiicr'B Sale. Christian Miller, j No 1M7 JaoobHeidachuh.et. als. $ 8Plor Court. BY virtue of a judgment of the Huperior Court of Montgomery eounty, Ohio, rendered In the above entitled cause, 1 will on Saturday, November 12, 1850, At the door of the Court House, In the city of Day ton, sell to the highest bidder, bet w en the hours ol two and four o'clock P. M. the following real etirate- Vli., or parcel of land: Situate in said city of Dav- on,ana khowd mu aescrineu its uiios: lot nine hundred and six (o) on the revised plat of the said sityol Dayton, in the State ot Ohio. Appraised at thirteen hundred dollars may sell for thirteen hundred. . . OKO. W. MALAMBRE, Master Commissioner. Gkq. W, Hour, Att'y. WALL PAPERS AT COST AT w. a wmm KO 310 THIRD STREET. ooU Violins, Violins, Violins. IV. H. CROSBY has received and will J sell a lot of auperlor ton.tl Violin., oh.aper than .rer olTered in bay ton, at cts 101 Main at., n arly opposite th. Market, . MUSIC1 MUSIC!! MUSICiiP LV. II. CROSBY is daily reooivine Music of the latest publications, by the most popuJai author.. All orden from abroad will b. Oiled without ex. tra.harg. Postaf . Ire. Oct! 107 Main street, Dayton. TEACHING, TEACHING! TEACHING! T V. H. CROSBY will (rive lessons In Pi- u. ano, Violin, Fiuttt, Vlollnrello, so. and l .111 furnlsb an .XMllent Guitar teacher for those wbo prefer a thorough knowledge on that Instrument Particular pain will be tasen with NEW BEOINNER8, And with theeultlvatlnn of the voice. ootS 107 Main street, IMyton. Journal and tiacette eopy.J Hew Furniture Store! Cabinet Makers' uisrioisr! FUJZJVJ TUIIJE9 Chairs, Matresses, &c. WARS ROOMS ON MAIN STREET, BZTWSEH UT A50 SO. HAVING TAKEN THE KTAND FOR metly oeeupled by W. nillesple, we are manu faetutiuff all Hinds of Furniture lirst olass war ranted, whlsh we are prepared in aell at the loweat trio.. W. are ail prautlaal workmen, and we tlat ir ouraalvea our work will give iMiUstactloo toouj new .uatomere. All orders lor work promptly attended to. oets : J. SHERWOOD, Watch and Clock Maker, JEWEEER, OPTICIAN, CLEGG'S BUILDING, No. 313 Third-Street, Dayton, Ohio, UE8PECTFUIXY annoonoes to the oitl sen. of Dayton and lie vicinity that he has aow oahand a vary tAMcikl AlaOKlili.M oI Fine Gold Jewelry, Ooaetsttnf of all th. n.weat designs In Klrueeaa Work. Full and half aets of C'ural, Carbuncle, Fearl,Gernett, Lava, Roman and Klorrnllne Mo aaleei Caaieoa, and many others too numerous mention As early tnipeetlon Is solicited. LfrWatehee and Clock. Cleaned and repaired th. .horteet nolle Oct! '"SPERM OIL! CUITABLE for Sewing Mnohines, for sale O by J. W. I IKTRICH, oets Phillips H' use. SIBTILliEaa' THBhMOMBIiHS. WARRANTED to he accurate, and of superior quality, for sale by r ' J, W. I'lKTMCH, OotS Pbllllpa House. CRIMSON MARKf.NO INK. FOR writing on Linen, Caiubrio, Ao , with out preparation. For sale l if J. w, DIRTRICH, act. Vrucglst, Fbllllp. Hous.. For Rent! DWELL1NO HOUSE on First street, i.i below rerry street, oontainius seven rooms large K, aaa suauasiy hborbood. Inuulreoi A WARFOHU. eetla-4t OS JaOusua StiMt. VOL, X. DAYTON OHIO, FRIDAY, OCT. 14, 1S59, NO. 241. THE DAILY EMPIRE THE DAILY EMPIRE OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: Empire Building, Third st., South side bet., Main & Jefferso TERMS: By stall,.. 00 ner reerlnedvane. in a.nl.p.r w.e. oaysbl. to iheearrt.r. etn.le iaim .putus ia wrapsera, Soent., Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Type Foondrr Oomnsny I. our duly authorised Agent to make contract. and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions, Ye, In that eity. To Bui5di The Empire Job Rooms are. iu complete trim , and w. are now prepared to do work of all descriptions In the beat style ofibeart. Oall in andexamineour work and learn our prieeie. OjTTo AovseTtaaaa. Advertisements or Notirp.for the Kmnire ronat be handed into the office by trn t clock on the da; the; are de aired to be published iiol irr. We eannot agree toi nsort them aflerthalhour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who dcaire to hnre ftdrertispmenls inserted io the Weekly .Empire should hand them in by Hnturday morning, at the latest MuOur adTertisinc patrons will peroeirs that, by our arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always new a rery i mportnnt matter to them , CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports, 1.0. 8. M .There will 1 a meetinv nf ths members of De rV Mol is Lodge this eveninir, Let Li". 4aJ there be a full turnout. Business I Vof moment will be brouirht up for j trsnssction. By order of GRAND COMMANDER. SAI13ATH (-ohoul Aksiverbary. Ths Mi cond anniversary of the Bears Street Sab bath Sohool will be held in the Quaker .Meeting Uouse on next Sabbath at 2J o' clock I. M. Rcv. George C. Crura, of Rai per Cliapel, and others, will address the children and frioDds of the sohool. We have cause of thankfulness for past suooess and proepority, but at the present time we are in great need of teachers. We have re1 cently lost, by removal, several faithful offi oo rs and teachers, and I do bopo, that on next Sabbath, others will volunteer to fill up our broken ranks. The oause is a good one, and we ore sore of the reward of "well do inn.'' 'n the end. Friends of Sears street Sabbath School, 0, lot us oling to Christ and go on with the work. MAXWELL P. GADDIS, Sup't Tersonal. Our young friend Baily of the Tiffin "Tribune,'' paid ut a friendly visit this morning. Fun Aihad The Campbells under the man sgement of Musars. Kumsey A Newcoinb will g-lv. two concerts at Huston Hall, Friday and Saturday of next week. A Philad.lphian apeakitig of the troupe says I RuMstr A Niwoomb's UiMraxLS at Goxcikt Hall. The audience last night was one ot the lariteet and most fashionable of the aessuu. Tbe hall. was early crowded with th. laf.af the Cny, aud the perfurmera met with a rrcep lion cuuiiueoaurauB with their merit., Harry Rumeey, on thai "banjo," excelled preeiou i (form; Bill Neweomb, in th' "South Carolma Kairact," out did all that wa. expected, Harry Lehr, in a aceue with "Rumaey," excited the laughter of th. large audieuce, aud causea on. of our aaiuaemenl managers to exclaim, "He ia without ao equal;" Little Bobby won Hit heart, ol the 'airoues with bis cbaruiing aoDga. Let our reader, give the "Campbells" una call, aud if the souud of the Blogau does not induce a return, then we say quiu Lei them listen to oue of August Aechu e solos on the clarionet aud if they do not ssy sstialied, then we say well, good byl Eimam MAQKitmii TBe Lecture of Prof. Smith at Huston Hall last night waa very wall attended, snd the people seemed pleassd with his efforts. Be succeeded iu getting quite a number under the influence, and he will doubt, less succeed better tosuight. We lesrn that about three years since while Prof, Smith was lecturing at Huston, Cant. Andrews of the Nsvy, was brought in for a trial of Magnetism. For nearly two years he had been afflicted with Psrslysis of one side, from hsnd to foot. He had but little feeling, or muscular eonlrol in that side sud could not tslk intelligibly. A fsir trial of medicines, under lbs beet medical ad vice, hsd been made and failed. Prof. Smith undertook bis case; the fifth aitting succeeded in putting him into the Msgnelio state, and in less thau ten days from the commencerueot ef fected a perfect cure. To the astonishment of all be can outrun the Professor. Esq. Baldwin, an eminent Lawyer of Huston, who was a member of Prof. Smith s Private Class in Msguelism, writes ss follows; HUSTON, Aug. 11, 1858. " 1 saw your patient Audrewa (ihe one palsied on bia side) a lew weeks since, aud he told me with a smile that came from the oottora ol ms soul, that ne wss "wen as ever." jourcuie of bim waa most extraordinary, snd you may congratulate youraelf upon ao distinguished a D. J. BALDWIN. D. J. BALDWIN. H. E. SMITH." CTOne of the nicest festures of ths late Fsir ws. th. Furniture display mad. by O. P. Boyer, Esq. Mr. B. did not prepare any thing ez presaly for the Fair, but be bad plenty of furni. ture iu hi. Room., which was msde .xprsssly fur customers, and fur ssle, which would do to .how ss specimens of ths cemp'steoess of wee, tern manufactures against ths imported "ginger cake" work from sny place east. Mr. B. is ons of lbs pioneers in ihsatsnnfactureo f fine furni ture in the west; and as he fully mats the pub lictasiein his business be will receive bis full shsreof the publio approval snd pstronsge Call in at hi. War. Rooms, Lowe'e Buildiug, corner of Main and fib at to on a tr The Neptuues etarud off for Cincinnat and Newport, Ky this morning over the C. H AD. Road. They were accompanied with mu sic, snd left us wiih "colors flying." They will give a good account of thsmsolvee at New port, LatusI Ws le.rn that the mo who passed upJtffaraoo st. yesterday with a hog on bis back, aod wbo created so much talk in certain circles, aod apprehsi sioa la others, wss a r cruit to republicanism et the recent election, sud had gone the whole hog oa Tuesday lat Yteteril.y, bs wss taking home his shsreof lb. .polls. Thi. may be taken as official. tT The Jiluck Republicans la tbeih Ward, it ia reported, fired a lengthy salute last irghl, io honor of lbs R publican gain in that ward Th. question "What in thunder are lAey fi ring the cannon fort" was sot answered to ihs saliafacliiiu of any body np to a very late hour of the night. It is an epea question this morning. ITTh. business at our hotels Is brisk. Ws notice that Ihs "Phillips" is erow ded every day; a nd we bave the asms word for the other hotels whi ch are not within range of out effioe. Tiat "Bxwist." We yesterday stated that steam lire nin., from the Maohlne works of Lee A Co., N. Y waa la theeity, and would be exhibited la the afternoon. The engine waa brought eat to the corner of Mala and Third by about 35 or 40 men of the Neptune Compa ny, about 1 o'clock P. M., sad after it had been looked upon by a very large number of oar firemen and cltissna generally, ths "boys" look run with her out 3d st. to Ludlow and back. h.n she was plied with water and fuel, the Liter lighted, and soon after, she was taken at a pretty lively ran out 3d to the Basin, opposite the Publie Square, and commenced throwing water from the Basin in Just 10 minute, (we were told) from the time the lusl wss lighted at the corner of Main and Third. This being the first steam fire engine ever brought here, it attracted a very large crowd of persons to the vicinity of the Publio Square. During her stay at that point, we presume that the greater portion of our business and profess local men, and all the Idlers and loafers In our ty witoeesed the trial. Ths engine wss stationed about 200 feet from th. Sd st. brldgs, and she thew a tremendous stream of water through different aised nuxsles great distance variously estimated at from SOU to 300 feet; the latter distance we feel sure an exaggerated one. A gentleman who stood on ths 3d St. bridge informs us that the spray made his clolhiog very damp. It must be taken into eonsiderstion that during the whole time of throwing, the wind was against the full uvelopment of distance; as the water ia scant in the canal the men were required to throw the stream back again, and the wind blew strong gainst the stream. The distance msde by the water would doubtless have been greater had the persons in cbsrge of the pipe been allowed to throw in any direction they preferred. The steam engine yesterday established the fact thst It is a great institution, and capable "aqushlng out" a fire in very short order- It throws a monstrous flood of water, and works right straight shssd, without tiring or slopping. Whether it will "keep in order," and always be "right on the goose," we csa not ssy. It is claimed for It by Mr. Leon aid, ons of the builders who is here, that it is not nesr as liable to get out of order as ths hsnd mscbines, and we learn that he will warrant it for a year againat all ordinary chances of mist bap. It was the purpose of the manufacturers to sell ths engine to the Neptune company, or to the eity, we learn. Whether we will have one or more of these fire engines here remslns to be seen. Tbey are good institutions, but whether, all things considered, tbey would be preferred to hand engines, is a question to be settled by our people. Old Butler O. K. Butler has gone Domooratio with ber usu, al healthy majority, for the State ticket, and eleoting every county officer, except the Au ditor. Tas "Sxwist" PaoTooaAraxs Baldwin, Photographist, 3d St., north side, nesr Mala, eouceiyed the notion yesterday when the steam fire engiue wss brought to lb. corner of 3d and Main, to take a photograph of it, and the crowd which surrounded it. No sooner deal ded upon than he brought his "Insiilulioa" to bear upoa theea, and the result was that he uceeeded in taking two excellent pictures of th. machine and ths crowd of curious men and boys who surrounded it. We have seen these pictures, and we can readily recognise many of our eitixens who were present on the occasion. The pbotogrspbs are on small pistes, but we lesrn that Mr. B. intends reproducing them on large sixed plates. Tbey will form an attrac tion at his door tTWhile ou Sd street yesterday we looked in at the clothing establishment of Fiuk and Legler, and wa will aay thst they are fully aup plied with every style of clothing goods lately gotout; the fact is, they hsve every thing sub' slsntial and handsome which any genllemsn could desire to choose from. Their ready' msde clothing is also just the style, and tbey have any quantity of the beat quality of genu' furnishing goods. We know tbey are "all right on the goose." Give them a call. C7"We noted yesterday that the darkies were aving a jollification in the Market House. It seemed that they made too much noise, and the Market Master so our informsnt says drove them forth I A republicso who wss standing by, and enjoying the exultation of his dark brethren informed the Market Master that he couldn't get his vote any morel Kline is a doomed man. E7 The Empire protests sgsinst the charge of theOsxette, that we have taken exception to the "greater portion of his column" during th past week. It is an error you bave mis taken a Utile pleasantry for complaint. You do not object to being picked np when you are down, do you? Wa meant it kindly, and res gret that yon didn't take It so. I r A lady came near losing her life by a singulsr accident, la Louisville,while riding in a buggy. One end of a scarf which aha wore around her shoulders blew off, and was caught in the spokes of one of the wheels, aud wound up in such a manner as to draw her nsck down on the whs.1, snd waa choking her very severely when a gentleman stopped the buggy, sud relieved h.r. (TOur clever fri.nd. Zellers A Co., success son to Wm. H. Bucks, corner ef Msin aad Sd st., are in daily supply of the same quality ef choice oysters formerly kept there by that pops ular caterer to the publie teete. Nie Ohmsr, Esq. Ths old friends of Ihe House will find the new comers first rat fellows, and deserving ing publie patronage. Tbey have alao every thiog nice ia the confectionery line. Call and them. fX7The Ossette of this morning ssys ; Ths Lleht Artill.ry lurosd outlast nleht. and fired thirty-thm round, for the success of lbs State Ticket.- Thie is ths second announcement we have had of the Light Artillery "turnltg out, and firing rounds for the ouecsesof the ticket," Are we to infer that the Light Artillery is a rs aeiicea organisation t Is it the military arm of the opposilioa ? tj" Boms thisvas entered our cellar last eve ning end stole therefrom a quaaiily of lard and edible. They should hsve divided with us, snd not tsksa th laat we had, espoeislly when we hadnt anything to buy more with 17 Tb local of th O.aette sav bs wss with hi republican brethren oa Wednesday evening. Thst accounts his net sef'sy any druukea peoplel Qy It ia rumored that ihe late Beaator Brod erick before the duel made a will ia which he leave all hi. property to George -Wilkes, N.w York. CTThe firemen of our eity ara, w learn, gen, rally adverse to procuring steam fire engines, The Vote of this County—Official. Below we give the official vote for the fol lowing offices. To morrow we will give the complete returns, M.. 4015-138 46M-)0 4673 4573-8(17 4644208 4541971 4515336 Dennison, 4747 4764 4673 47tfO 4747 4HIS 4B41 4807 4779 4705 Ranney, Shideler, Smith, Clay, Elliott, Ayrrs Thresher, O'ppy, Carroll, Parrot t, Ooover, Ranch, Nead, Klser. Bowen, Walden, Chambers, 4657 10 Cstrow, Rigler; 4.'.6I 311 46x5 60 3n39 8137 . SO For Annusl Sessions, Against Annual Seesions, Total vote cast. 9386. Wa will Stat IIbrk I It is all a mistake about our going up Salt River! We won I go. We will stay here and make ourself generally useful. The election is over I That' a fact; indeed, it's under, with some of us. Strange as it may sound to soma ex oitod people, we are relieved. We would have been great deal more relieved, had it been in our power to have announoed a different result on last Wednesday I Itut "be that as it will," we are relieved, and are now ready to pitoh in with the best of 'em for the advanoemeut of the general and individual interests of our city and the Miami Valley, which some of our friends bave had the kindness to suggest ha been slightly negleoted for a fortnight past I In pursu ance of thi purpose, we invite our oitisens to furnish a information in regard to any matters whioh will aid us in oarrying it out We will be muoh obliged for item whioh may be interesting to the local reader. Coa tributors will reoeive our thanks, and have the eonsolation to know that they will com tribute to the general interest and the gene ral good. The election is over; send in the item. In any event, we will promise to try to make a very interesting paper, and we hereby invite "all to whom these presents oome greeting," to subscribe fur the Empire. Prioe 10 cents per week, payable to the carrier. Total vote cast. 9386. John C. Fremont. The story oirculoted a short time ago that Mr, Fremont would not again be a oaudi. date for the Presidency, if called upon by the Abolition Republicans, the Statesman say, is not true: The knight nf the "wooly horse" will make another trial if wanted, He ie the most appropriate man for the par ty, and if he ia in for the race, they will most likely set Suward, Chase, Kauks, Cum. eron, Ao., back, and try him again. We may look then, we suppose, for some elbow ing to keep the "wooly horse" off and some to force him on the track. As Mr. Chase told the "Opposition" at Cincinnati within a short week past, that he waa not a oandi. date for offioe, be still not be very likely to be bard to rule off. Indeed, we aupposs, in view of the assuranoe be made in hi late spaeoh at Cincinnati, he oould not be pre" vailed upon to take a chance for the Senate thi winter, on any term. It bad generally been supposed that be was a candidate, but iu alluding to the report thut be waa, he as sured them that he wae not a candidate for any office. The baggage man at Lebanon has got the Cincinnati papers with that speeob in it laid away, we suppose, and Gov. Chase being a "man of bis word," he will not be in any person' way next winter. of CTTbe movers are still crowding Westwsrd. We esw one this morning who was on his wsy with his fsmily snd stock to Illinois. He said ha hsd fully msde up his mind before the elec tion that if the negro'loving humbuggers sue ceded sgain in carrying every thing in this Slate he would leave it; and the morning after the election be sold off all he couldu'l take, packed his trsps, and yeaterdav bade good by to old friends. He will go where a while man's vote counts something I tT It is reported from Wsahington that the Government does not spprovs of ths action of Minister Ward and Commodore Titnsll, at Psiho, snd thst instructions, which hsve been prepared by the Department of State, will shortly b. dispatched to Mr. Ward, directing him to maintain a atrict neutralitv, snd to svoid sny co-operation with the French snd English in their movements sgainst ths Chi nese. Thess instructions are similar to those given to Commissioner Reed. IT Negotiation, having in view the consols idatioa of ths several telegraph line between New Orleans aod Sackville, (New Brunswick,) and for the permanent connection of the ses board lines wilh thoss of the North snd Wsst, bsve, it ie known, been pendiug for tome months psst. Such srrsngemenls have been concluded between the companies interested The new combination will, it is ssid, be organ' lied immediately under a charter from the Leg islslure Jersey, snd will hsve sn sggregale capital of about 1, 500.000. CTWs had a rufreshing abower laat night, which will, our farmer friend, inform us, help the Iste grass At little, snd assist in doling oul a littls Ists pssture for the cows. This will be msnife.led ia ths quslity of butler iu our msrs ket. Sir John ISowrn g, one of first li guiste in Europe, while speaking of th Fi ho, at a meeting of the British Association, reoenily held at Aberdeen, eaid : H observed with regret that in maps and in correspondence, thie river waa called the Peibo. No Chinamen would know it by that name. I'eibo means simply Ihe river in the North any river to the north of the locality where you may then be. The real name Is Tien-hin-boa that is, the riv.r ol Tientsin. Us would like to see the oorree pondeooe and map ourreuted on ihi point, A Cisous IV a Cbdkoh. Tb Washington Ssatee, io noticing the anticipated arrival in that oity of Dan Rioe's great show, says: By the way, quite a little iooident in this eouneotioa may be related. The good peod pleat a little village Deiw.en uaiiisie ana York, Peon., were very muoh surprised a couple of Sundays since, by the appearanoe in solid phalanx, al cnuron, oi uo rue s Show Company, who happened to be passing the Sabbath tue.e. The event ooused a good deal of comment, whether beoauae the in habitant of the plaoe were under the iuw nreaaion that abowmen bad no soula to be saved, or because tbey oou.idered the whole race past saving, w bave no means of judging. NEWS ITEMS. Letters from Rome apeak dsapondingly of the Holy Father's health. Miaa Eloiae Bridges Is reading Shsksspesre snd Hiswatha, ia Dallas, Texas, The Herald man Is in ec Stacy with hsr. Should (he Agricultural Bureau at Washing ton be dispensed with, ss probsblv it Will be, it Is estimated a quaiter of a million dollars yesriy will be saved. According to a recent oeoaua, there Is a pop ulation of seventy five thouasnd persons In San Francisco, ons third of whom are females. The New York Stale Agricultural Fair closed la.t Friday. Total receipts 1 18,000 an increase of 7,000 over last yssr. The sore throat, or black tongue, is exceeds ingly fatal in Dinwiddie county, Vs. City Railroads hsve been Introduced In Lims erick, Ireland, It is ssid that the Pope means to' call ths Bishop of Marseilles to the Cardinslste. If ao it is by wsy of not complimenting Napoleon for ihiaiaonaof the Hiahons who did not favor the Italian war. The mysterious association known as the Ancient Order of Mystic Chevaliers, had a grand torch light procession a few night aince at Nashville, Tenn. They are eaid to number about fifteen hundred persona In lhatcity. Mr Robert Dicsey, of Doion, Me., aged sighs ty-four years, recently wslked a distsnce of nineteeu miles to psy the annual subscription for his newspspsr. He did not complain of Ihs least fatigue. Fine old fellow. The Frosiburg Oasette recommonds that the editors and proprietors of newspapers in Mary lsod aieet in Stale convention at Ellicotl's Mills on ths Slid of February next. The tope on whioh Blondio performed his fests haa boeo cut up into pieces for keep askes and aold at high figures, a la Atlantis Cable. It is rumored that Miss Evsns, author of "Beulah," has become snsmored of the stsge, and will soon appear in a New York Theater. "Poker" is said tc bsve become quite a fash, ionable game with the Digger Indians of North California. They ara gambling for arrowa, piecea of flint, and other email change. The report of a marriage engagement be. tween Senator Sumner aod a wealthy lady in the vicinity of Boston, circulsted suras months since, is contradicted by the Boalon Traoa cript. A valuable alsvs msn, belonging to Mr. Ben ton, of Shsrpsburg, Md hung himself on Mon day night last, in consequence of hie master refuaing to sell bim to go South with a colored girl, upon whom bis bean's affections had beee placed. . A company of daring young men went out from Wsupsccs, Wisconsin, with camping ar rangements, to hunt beara. The first night their camp was run into by what they sup poied waa a bear. They were frightened out of their wile, sud fired their guns premiecuous-. ly, when it proved they had wounded a .tray bull which waa aa much acared aa they were. The Milwaukee Lignt Guard, at their fall encampment, I si week, performed the serious farce of ".hooting a deserter, and laying him in hie coffin, all in ths presence of a large crowd of spectators, many of whom war. af. fee'ed to tears, whilo the great mass were se iudignsnl tbst a summary 'wipiug oul" of the whole encampment cam near being the final co. aequence. A Fast Woman. About a week ago a woman wbo rrjuioes in the cognomen of "Dancing r?al," stole a horse near Rochester, N. V. A reward of tlUU being offered far her arrest, she woe pursutd by a Cunstable who overtook her, and for aafe keeping oon fined her in the third story of a hotel, from wbenoe sbo esoaped during the night by the aid of ber bed cord, and finding the officer's horse waa superior to ber own, exchanged teed and made her esoape. Camels. A letter baa reoently been re oeived by the Secretary of War from Super intendent Beale, dated Fort Trjon, t'alilor uiu, in whioh the writer (peaks in the strongest torms of the greet advantage to be derived from the employment ot oainela in the publio servioe in the West. lie states that he lately tnea eneotuany ine compara tive value of mulee and camels a park ani mal, and the experiment proved beyond all question the great superiority of the camel, both as regards rate of speed and amount of burden. From what be bad read, be dreaded the difficulties which seemed to present themselves in breeding them; but bi experience bad satisfied him thut tbey were as easily bred as oows and calve. He preler tbetn, for all such pur poses that he haa engaged them on, to three (iiue th aame number of horses and mule. Washington Star. A.There 1 an inmate ol one ot our work, bouses on the Tyno, wbo is not re markable for temperanoe, and who, when he esoape from th eye of Ihe master, does not always return toil "as sober a a judge." On a reoent oocssion, indeed, he tell into such a state on bis arrival that it wa ditt cull to say whether he wa dead or "dead drunk," and the opinion of the doctor bar, ing been taken, be was pronounced to be in the lormeroondilion, lie was according- lv ourr ed to the dead bouse, and prepare tKins were made for his burial. Sunday intervened there was divine servioe in Ihe workhouse and the reverend genllemsn wbo officiated having beard of bia remove1, "improved" the event; but by line time Ihe jovial pauper bad recovered from bis Irenes bad demonstrated hi death to be a " I al la cy of ihe laoulty'' and was now listening with great sobriety (and much, we hope, Io his editioatiun) to bis own funeral seriauu! Uatoshead Observsr. A Coom Amoho ma Cbimolinb. A rao coon with a continuation of enormous sis, eutercd the Baptwl Cburoh on Sunday eve ning last during service, and immediately betook himsell so d.voiionaJ altitude, among the ladiee dreesee. J hereupon, sundry drawing up of Ivory ankles, getting up on the Beau, and out of doors, aeeoupanied wilh the announcement of "Coon in the Charon," presented a oea for merrim.nl io the boy, grave humor among the men, and a manni&oenl flutter smong tb ladies Finally hie oonnsyship wae captured by a daring gentleman, aod waa oarried from oburoh 4 bv the nape of the neck." Four ooou.yl bia devotion oouido't be appreciated! 1 nuoeion (HI ) Kvpublioan. Ooiko to Law Fob Fiptbbm Cshts A oue in which ihe sum of fifteen sent is iuvolved. wa reoently tried before the po lice court in Claremont, but after learned and able argument, on both .idea, the ease wae deoided against the plaintiff A a appeal was taken to the Supreme Judicial Court The aotion waa brought lo recover Ihe value of braidii g nine woodchuok skio whip lash ee Manchester (N. 11 ) Mirror. m rWTh population of the United Slate l18i0, wa US, 191,87, KV,Th Mew York Board of Rduoatlon have made oat their estimate for 1860 at one million three hundred and fbarteen thousand dollar an advance of sevsnty thousand over last year. Mcxuea. Al Cold Spring, New York recently, a boy aix year old wa induced by a keeper of a drinking saloon to drink lorn brandy, by telling bio it wa oider. The boy drank o muoh that he died the tarn night in spasms. fAxTA list of statistio states that th num. ber of auioide throughout th United State average about nine per week. MARRIED. Oa ths llth but., by Rsv. D. Winter., at hi MsU d.no Mr. William Dlok.naheeta, of Harrison Tp., to Mia. Matilda J. Servls, of Butl.r Tp. Oa th. sane, at at Iddletowa, by th. Riv. Mr. Col l.tt, Mr. Jama. Lumls to Mia. Fanny DaarOorff, daughter of 1. De ardor fT, Bci., ail of Mlddlatowa. PROF. H. F. SMITH Proposes te give to the Ladle, and Gentlemen of rj.yton a oourse of his Popular Leoturea oa HUMAN MAONBTI8M, at HUSTON HALL. Ilia Introductory Lecture, oa Thursdaj night, will b. free. The ladles are aspe- elalli Invited to attend. Lecture to oomiaeno. at 1 o'oloek. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 75,000 FEET OF MUNI TILES! ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT OUR Factory Oakland ONE MILS EAST OF DAYTON, (ON THE XENIA TURNPIKE ROAD,) AND AT THI T0XX 0P J. B. GILBERT & CO., Under Beckel' Ball, Opposite Market. A. 15UNDENTHAL A 8TOPPELMAN. SALE OF EXPRESS GOODS! LIST OF GOODS REMAINING IN THE UNITED 8T A TES tXPRRsU OFFICE, AT PAY ION, OHIO, WILL be sold to th highest bidder on th. Sth of Nov.tnber, 1BSS, .t one o'elook, P. M., If not o.lled for .nd ch'ta paid, befort that Urn., t box, Jamee Irooaideai I ueolc, J 11. Bussi t boa, D. Foxeryi I V bax, Mrs. Bain, I box, do do 1 peek, No mark 1 box, W. ji Josslyni I boa, J. I Beotlyi 1 stova, J W Cres.t I T K, J.hn Dankcll 1 T K, A. H. Tu,-e.i And a number of other panels, tc to tedious to mention. T. M. JOHN, Agent, ootta Heckler, Kemley & Maxton NO. 80 SOS 9D ST., HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGn toes of Queens ware, China Ware, Olasa Ware, Plated ware, Brittania Ware, Looking O lasses, Table Mats, Tea Waiter A Trays, Lamps, all kinds, Cutlery, Spoons. Ao Our stook of Plated Tutors, Spoons, Ao., are all of tie beat qualltyi warranted. Prlee. from to $'ib each Uueensware, lilass Ware, Ac, we will aell aa obeap aa toe cheapest. Please glv. u. s sail, onOldMaik.t.treei. HUkUH, KKiuLBir a NA.viun. oetis .Latest Publications! BOOKS. BOOKS! JOBT SBC'S. AT PAYNES' THK WHEAT PLANT, lUOrltrin.Culturt.Orowtb, Development, VMieue inseeiscs uoi nuoarvu ii)tifctrt.uLis. Lmiiarwiirth i hi thfl Hon?v Bm Out of th Debt History of ft Womw't Lift. Autoblonrniihy of aiutim wuftiavn. Ailura He-rie new lot. Love: Lsmour ft new lot, ljfelorft Llle do do The Loffioor Poiltloftl KooooBDjr, 84 other Paper By Lit ijuincy. Just raoelved. forChlldnn.Exenlive toCoInrinf . Almost nfnouri oj tun muwsvui vi vvuuwimim. The Krctory of Mortund, or My Duty. lstc lift Ors.nlj by sulhor of HUioe Cenrl. Life of rtiarlotteBrftote (Cjrrer Bell) Her Com plete Work. The Eaelneert' ftrnl MftcMotita' DrAwIng Book ft Looipieie tvouree ei lusirucuon wr vue rr-niasi tciiffttieer. We luvlte ftll toeftli end extmlne the rrest Wa ter Lily (or Victor Is Kfflft) of America. we sr j in um reocipi ui uravj nu wi imuuxu Mlorllaneoue Workst Juvenile Books of every kind end quality. We invite pmvrtleular atutioD to our new stoe of Blank Wora,Cap, Letter and Note Fsrra, ma ufftctured eauretwly io our order, ftnd warranted to give astiiraotioii. At PAYNES, No. 60, Maid it, oetis IS .'ill prepared to furnish the best quali tlca af Yonghiougheny. Ferry Co. ana iyl as anion O O iL L . CONNELI-fcVILsLK COKK, tLOAHVlLLK LIME, BKAIONED WOOD, eC, Persons will And his Coal eoarfte and clean. The best broiAght to thla tnarket. vartiftita unee.eft inira vsM.sisr am jaie Depot. ovl-lvda COMMERCIAL EDUCATION!! IDAYTON MERCANTILE NO. SttO TIIIKt wTUKET, ISKOW Of'KN FOK MTCUKNTS BOTH DAT ANO BTBMUIOI LUCAS & CRIER PRINCIPALS. cotnis or zhitructioii. tii. Doable Kntrv Book Keeplae , pnvetleeil applied to the latent) a4 Maritime 1 r4e al tjomoirroe e4 tlie Uaitd staler, ee aa to oover the entire ieid o4 oummertjlal uieraUou im ever j ! tmnt of buel iweCeBtatBefe.ei CaleuUlMM. tiwaUiae Prftmatv eittp. MereulUe ConeBoatleooe, fcejeajmUie La- . ee. ft or further UforraetkMi eel I at ttM Roooie, or ee4 by Mall (eeo'oauef eleiup) tor ft eeeeripuve elt tar. A4irea unim, aucu-wil Boft m, . O. iotioa. CARLTOV HUGHES, of lfartlntburf, im the State of Virgin., ta aotiaed that Flora A. Hue bee did oa the i dav of Auguet. A- l. I nee, flic her pernio In the olfWe of the Clerk of the Court of Ceeaittoa Pleas within aad tor the eounty of MuoUonerv end Sttef Ohio, chargtog him, Lhe eaid Carlta HugLea. with groaa mf eat ol duty.aaW aekiug that ehe may t-e diorod frvm th eaid Car ton Hugheet whioh petition tii eland lot AearUf at the aeat Moveauber tern of eaid Court. IMted taua Aug uet aa. iee. FLORA A. MUCH ICS, By ft- U. iBttiTig, bar AH'y. aug-4ww OA W R CbftM, Ttry fln, at 9 oeote. to V tlttw.a LN.4W.N. ARiUel'9 Opening Every Day I " TO TIIiTlaDIES! New Fall Goods, MRS. N. IIOWARD respectfully IrH foras. th. ladle, that sh. has laeelved a larse aeaortneut of M1LLINEKY GOODS, row FALL. k Wlltti ., whleh ah. or7rs to Mil at a ver email adtanr., at ear old eetat.leh.iat . . KO. 113 MAIN STREET, Where aha has Juat received s larf . sarorto ent nf Coeeeta, Stays Hrsa Cai, HeaU D a-era, lias rrezieh Rushes, Virmere, Hlt,loiis, hi nnels, ie. Ihaakiu! lor ih. patron. jr. s,i liberally .ultnrled toward ua, we hope by arrlot elteollon to mailt soil reaelv aa laereaaed eootmuanre or in. an e ante. M. huwaRi.'S, .-J Nu. I I ,11 lli at. Particular attention paid to Mrachina;. Inn, mine and aepalrlng all kinds of strew, Velvet ami suit Bonnela. MH1 N. HtlWAHH, oenl-lmd No. Ill iM.ui st. Ore at Attraction AT N. P. DOUGLASS & CO S TE HAVE now in our NKW STOUT! No. T6 !?1 n I ii Street, DAYTON, 0 A large aaaortmant of Fall & Winter Dry Goods, Whleh w. will sell at prices that will Dery Competition: MILLINERY! M1LLINEIIY!! W. have a Ons suortm.ntor Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Fcatheis, Ao,, at astonishingly low prices. men TRIMMINGS, Id great variety CH BAP. LADIKH AND CU1I.DIIENS' P1TOKP. Having ae mred the services of some of the Beat Workmen In Cincinnati, ws are prepared to manufacture an artlele of Ladlr. and I lilhlrene' Shnee, whioh in re gard to beaut) and qualliy cannot tieeacelled in thla eountry. CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! CLOAKS!!! BUAWLSt SHAWLS!! Our stock of Cloaks emhraeea all the newest nr. I moat approved Parka alyle., which In variety aud prices eacel any ever ottered In tills city. Also ag.ot. for Leeter'e Bewlng Machines, Which ar. said to be ths Jest double-threaJ-atltch mecntn. now In us.. Kv.ry mac run. la warranted, and can he seen In operational N, V. DOUULash A Cu.'s, P""" IS Main at eet. Draft Horses. B AVING entered iny horaes fur Hie hent premium dralt hnraea at the County Fair, at d having aa I believe the beat draft horse. !, this oouaty or Stale, althouih the premium waa not awarded to ate I make thli ahallenge: I have drawn so feetoi stone with a wagon erosaloekrd and rough locked both, lor th. tfl.lane. ol 7 I, et Inch, s Now I eballeng. any team of two horses, In ihe eountt or Htaro, to beat this, and II that Is done, I wn do better. J. A. LINK. oetl3-liodaw Public Sale of ValuubleOul-Loia! 1W1LL sell at publio suction on the prem ises, on SATUHUAY, the ll'.d day ol L, lli, In-t., in two acre lota, about 31 aeree 01 land,i,n Xeula Avenuf, Just outside the oo.puratlon nl 1,. ,v too. Thla laud la finely situaud lor eanlen Ing purposes. The soil Is van rich and i re ductive. TKR 'flOne-fourth the purchase money on or helor. tbe rtret of November, aid tie r. mtiiiiiig thiee-fou-tba In equal annual payments, io letii 6 fi'rcent interest, io be paid annually. One ul u.e ota haa a n.w fram house and si.b'eon H. Th. proper!, Is near the new Catholic Church, and la well situated lor eonvenleme ul a r, s to tliu ' . 11 W'ALkaH, octlo-dH No. , C'ega's lllock, Id a leel. fournal and Gazette copy IS. IS1!. Fall Hoods TH0S. SHAFFER'S, HO. 89 MAIm B1REET. AT THOS. SHAFFER'S! GOOD G00D6 THOMAS SHAFFER'S. Pretty Goods AT Thomas SIiaelTer's. A Large Ktot-k of Goods THOMAS SHAFFER'S. Come Willi your Caali AND Is K T THOSSHAEFFER'S. Fine Candies! ust roctived 500 boiei, of GUM DRCP3, LEMONS, Liquorice. I tone. Keupbtrrj, .Strawberry rectum! Sticks, All flavor, flueer Almondi, Converatlooal Loz?n- fee, eta. Whoieeie aad K tail, at aw DKrvni'B,noiJnu iu j, llaB(r i'eiuiuikelourr'B hit I v.. Frederioat Uekr. i ve. lathee J. DeviN.et.eJ.) No. IMH Kuperior Court. M. i t., u. PUiWUAM to an order or the Hupermr Court of Montennerv county, Ohio, mail; in tlie above caee at ite February term, A.D. ir6H,anU Ut ate dlieeteel, I aha ll otter at publie auction at the door of the Court Houee, In the eity ot Dayton, in the county of Moo if oney and state of 'Mu, on baturdar. October ZVih, iMt Between the hours of one and four o'clock P. M. t a eaid day, the following dctcritfU Krai Kitate. u wit, eltuate la the etijr of Uaton, MoutKooiiiv county, Ohio, to wit: Lot numb red three iIkuh.vI twonunoreej aaa i riy-oine i,4, aa oeiinT on the raviaed nlal of aald eltv. Haiti uroiertv la to be aold on a iutigueut in favor of Krvdernk bawker eg a i net nainan j. favie.a ai. The above property haa bnn appral-ed at fl ft'V, nnl eennot be cold for Icee than I, wo, whioh ie -third theappraiatNl ve iie.theieol. Tan mi urn lk-haui Tbe above deecriiied property ! cold ai the proper tyofJoheH Baker. N. K. JOhIAN, swtswaeir ausasaivuM w,ivr . vuiii JOkOAM A JuBUAH. Ave- tor erg.. eeptM-tt To JFrwit Growers: Fruit Trees for Sale! THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOU BALE m larva quantity of OaBelrrf nd Currnot Trr, Or TWO Yl A Rr GROWTH they ara good klndi, and very thrifty. The Uooebrriee are the " Hoiidh toa Seedling a very Tine variety brara well, aud ia free froat rnUOew. The Curian are the Red Duteb," aa eaoelleitl vanet) , and n proiiuc-t-Iva. They will be ready lor tiaaaplaat nf about the ait (Mia of uetober. f MITTui Grower la want of Fruit Trrec ol thie kind, will And ittotUeir miereat to call ai.detn ine the above varlrtlee, aa they are be It r aiUpteil to thielinata, aud ia regard to yie d. treatui pro liffk than any other kiDO. The will brdu, tvd of n large or eaiali)ujitiiiee,eo cult urehaere W arranted aa repreaeuii-d. l et ma, ieaciuable. JAMK U BKlLk-Nh., Sr, Hortleulturl-t aod Ft rat, O ienea tie, about o.e MUa W eatui Dttn. dtawAwiw AtTACHMtNT. X. O. WeddU, PlaUUO, aealnat ! Before C. S. A Ilea, 4. P , Mad Rier lp.( Aloatgoaiery Co., O. Joka HaavktU, aafudaat. ' 0 N the 6th day of Hepl.mber, A. U. aald Juailo. Issued aa order of ettacanieut ttt th. abov. aetioa lor IA. eusi as ., splia-lww Z. Q. WSDDLK. OS BOXKd Lemoos, la prime order, just aVUrsaalvea. ... r n. w a sn' i.t. ITlkllCiS heetS C) W, verv moe ot 1. H. W. at. tiMAAK'.