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Friday Bnmg, Oct. 14, 1859. Reading Matter on Every Page. MuF.jT I,ivolr, Tt(tjtrr. ndjorrr matter tf rntarfat aw Inforoartlnrr, first aad Fourth l'at.-' - Why do They Trust Them! A telegraphic dispstoh th tlir day, iron Baltimore, had among orher tulnp tqtisJty tartlinjr,, th folUwinp; eotano i "la many wards the way lo the soil U Mocked up by rowdies, who refne In per mit any naturalised oitueo to rot. Tuo who attempt it ere knocked down aod trampled under foot'' We (wll the particular Attention of our naturalired eitien whooted the recent Ret publican and Know Ko'hing ticket to the abova paragraph, sent out from llaltimore by the "Reporter of the Associated Press who ie himself member of the opposition, and who will not be charged with making the matter any worse than it really was. It ehowi plainly what will be done with adopti ed eitineni where the feeling of hatred to the foreign bora exfeu In the freshness f 1Sj4, and where the power may be safely exerolsed. JWe have eioasiar acoounts nf the abuse of adopted cUSious at tiio polls where the Republican strength was overwhelming at the recent elections. ' It is not too late to again look Into this matter of Know Nothingl.tn; and as the election !n this Stat ie over., we cannot be charged with getting up a humbug; issue to gull any body. It will be remembered that in 1854, when it became evident that i se crot element was at work throughout the en tire eountry that threatened to overwhelm everything, the Journal of this city at once abnndoned its position in the whig rnnks- was the first to desert the party end .took a bold and defiant position for the new and cret organiiathn wh'rah hd suddenly ariien, and whose main idea was the oppression and political degradation of all .who were not so fortunate aa to be born in this oountry. No exceptions were made all adopted citi zens were to bo cnt off for at least 21, years from any right whatever as cititens. And this it was declared, was "only the beginning of the end!" -'It was to be the first step to wards forever prohibiting any person of for eign birth from participating, in any way, in the affairs of government in the United States! These odious and unjust doctrine were publicly proclaimed, and were advoi cated in the most offensive way possible. Those who refused to acquiesce were at once proscribed, and they were publicly and pri vately told that they should be put dawn. The foreign born, as the new system gained strength, were insulted, and if they protest, ed against the abuse heaped upon them, they wore beaten like dogs. If they resent, ed these outrages they were shot down like brutos. These allegations are true, are i within the memory of every man of to-day. The secret cabals increased astonishingly, and in the elections of 1854 tbey completely overwhelmed the country, carrying by force of numbers, fraud, violenoe, and murderi nearly every election precinot in the oountry. During all this time, the Democracy stood up valliantly for the rights of adopted citi sens, and fell with them in tho struggle. Tiiey had ever shown themselves the friends of the oppressed of all nations, and from the organization of our Government to the pres' ent day, wo defy them to point to an act of the Democracy whorein .they have in any manner forfeited the friendship and grati tude of adopted citiiens The Know Nothing whirlwind having swept over .the country, and threatened to destroy all our political economy worth pre serving, and prostrated the best interests o1 the people, A powerful reaction was the re sult, and the party went down as suddenly as it came up. The "sober, second thought'' of tho masses of honest men created a revul sion in favor of law and order, and the rights of freemen, and peace once more reigned over our distracted country. This was a signal for the breaking up the Oppo sition. Engaged in the forefront ranks of this disgraceful tirade against the foroignlorn the leaders of this bloody crusade against adopted oititens were the editor of the Dayton Journal as chief bugleinan; and F, P. Cuppy, E. A. Parrott, and others on the llepublioan ticket, just elected by the votes of the very men whom they then attempted to degrade! Cuppy and Parrott were the most active men in this county, in tryiDg to disfranchise adopted citiiens, and preveut the foreign born from ever exercising in this country the rights of freemen; and yet, by the votes of these very men (whom, if they did not succeed in degrading, it was the fault of the Democracy) they have euooedi ed in triumphing -over the party who have been the life-long friends of the- adopt, ed population of our oountry, and bave made, from the organisation of the govern ment down to the present day, very many sacrifices for! Had it not been for the demooratia element which is now being prostrated by their assistance, the adopted citizens of tbia oountry to-day would not have had any mora rights aye, not as, many than the negroes. ; :u: .... 'K It is now the time to . look at ,(Mnttfti - aright The nigger issue w, for tiie present, settled in Ohio. It did noi.'janiount any more than the snuff which t hi imposition got into the eyes of the voters on last, Tups day. Will any man of oommon sense be lieve that these. Know Nothing gonUeiaen think any inure of adopted jpltizeni now than they did. when they wars running ore r tie" oountry getting stKsew Kotbiufod,-..,! and pressing men into the Order in corn' fields, hay mows, shops, 4c! It is too lute now to help this matter, but a reeurranea of these things may be prevented - We men tion the Bubjeot now, that our adopted citii seas who voted for these men at against men who ibught against their odious doo trines, may fully understand the matter. We hope that in tbe interim between thig and a subsequent eleotion, tbey may sgret with at that men who would four years ago deprive them of all their political rights, are not the men to receive their support, W will reour to tbe tutijeot again. of in ed, by in . el a a L IcjgVTbe Milwaukie Light Guard, at their fall eucampwent, 1M week, p.rCormsd ths serious faros of ''shooting a deserter and. laying him In his eoffin, all . in ths prsseuss of a Urge crowd of spectators, many of whom wore aJTooted to tears, while the grest mass war so iadiar.t that a summary "wi ping out'' ot the , whole enoampmenl earn Bar being ths final sonsrqutne. 1 , Rowdyism in Baltimore. It seems that with all lh,. precaution of the Reform paf'.y In Baltimore, ths infa mous organisation which ba for years istsd and controlled ths efc-ltione in PaltU mors, wss js bold and defiant e Jo Noot lection in many of ths wards of that oit.v, s at any former period since ths Plug Cg lies bunded toguthsr and disgraced the good nam of that city To tbs everlasting dis grace of Mayor Swan, says ths Ohio 8tte twast has a4 hi olSoisJ fssitiaa sad that his entire polios rbros, to footer, i enoour- ags and protect ths scoundrels, who by foros and violenoe now provent and, hsretoloru have prevented lb free exercise of the elec tive franchise. Ths Reform committee asksd his co-operation and aid, and were treated with iadinereae that fnaetioaary assuring them that there eras no good res to apprehend that all ths voter ol ths city would not be V-inbled to go t ths polls unmolested, and exercise their rights. 1 The Sheriff of the oonnty of Baltimore also fteted sympathy and harmony with ths Mayor, and the result was that In many of the Wards the same lawless conduct waa enaoti as on previous occasions. We tee no way for the citizens of Baltimore ' but the vindication of their constitutional rights by force. ; Such oppression as they havs sub mitted to for years ought not . be endured a free people. Ths summary . punishi merit of soma of ths ehisf msn in this eon- spiraoy against pnblio liberty, would be efi fectual in the vindication of la and order, and the only wonder is that a remedy of that kind has not heretofore been applied. DcKtUNO til Cai.ifornia. The follow ing olause was adopted y tha people, No verober 13, 1841), in the Constitution or ths State of California, the State being admitted 1850. Article 11, section is as follows: "Apy citizen of this State who shall, after ths adoption ol tots uonstituuon, ngnt a au. with deadly weapons, or send, or accept a challenge to fijtht a duel with deadly weap ons, either within this tata, or out of it, or who shall act at a second, or knowingly a'id or assist in any manner those tbue of fending, shall not be allowed-to hold any offio of profit, or to enjoy the right of ant frags under this Constitution.'1 This article in the Constitution was inter ted at the instance of Hon. Wm. SI. Gwin, now united States Senator from California, and then a member of ths Convention at Monterey, where the Constitution was framed in 1849. To show what respect is paid lo this wis. provision of the organic law of the State, it ma; be listed that thertis hardly so exoep tiou in furor of it Almost erery member of Congress has been engaged in duels siooe its adoption. Hon. J. VT. Denver, ex meiuber of Congress sod ExsCiorernor of Kaataa, shot Hon. dsrd Gilbert, member of Congress, in 1853. lion. Wm. M. Qwin, U. S. Senator, fooght duel with Hon. J. W. McConkle, member of CooRress in 1853, snd challenged Wilson, U. 8. Senator from Maasaobusetta, m 158 lion, D. C. Broderiolc fought a duel with son of Extra Billy Smith, of Virginia, in 1852, and has again fought with Chief Jus, tice Terry, of the Supreme Court of Cali fornia., and with what fatal result we have before stated. Moss Couxturfxitkrs Arrested. We noticed, a day or two tinee, the arrest of several oounterfeiters, at Newburg, on the Ohio, above Ciooinnali, among them Sam uel t-igget, and Hamael Conn. ., Tbs Steu. benville Ilerald announces tbs arrest, in ad. dition to these, of Charlct Goucher, B. F Shane, Israel Wyand (Justice of the Peace), Thomas Maple, nod Vincent Suttle. They were all committed to jail at Steubenvilie Gaucher sports a beard of inordinate dimen sions, which he ties np, after the style groomsmen tie up horses' toils in muddy weather. These men are supposed to have been oot-nected with Sutliff ii Co., previous ly arrested, and now in jail awaiting their trial before the United States Court, Cleve. lani We understand that spurious specie in large quantities was found about ths prem ises of Justiis Wyant, This makes ten now in jail on oharge of passing sounterfe! money. taA London correspondent of the Man chester Guardian says : "There U nt ft bit of truth in the rumor that the poet laureate intends making a show ot himself to Broth er Jonathan. Those who know Alfred Ten nyson's almost morbid horror of being lion" iced, ean best appreciate a priori improba bility of hi venturing into such a land of lion hunters as the United States. Bat 1 can assure yon, on the rery best authority, that he never had any intention of the kind. Nor it it more true that Mr.' Tom Taylor, the dramatist, contemplates paying bis 'American cousin' a visit' : tfc9A later arrival from Liberia announ ces that President Benson bad returned from the seaward settlements without suo ooediog in paoifying the discontented ohiefs War, it was feared, would necessarily - re. suit, Muoh dissatisfaction was felt at Mon rovia at the treatment received at New York by the brig E. N, Royer but It was not thought probable that war with tha Ameri can Government and with the insubordinate ohiefs of the eastern coast would be declar ed at the some moment. 1 . Bybo, aaald writer, furnishe eight good xossons why every One should learn how to sing; 1st It is s knowledge easily taught snd quickly learned, wbert there is s good mas ter and an apt suholsr. , : . -nd. ,Tbe exeroiasQf sjngini is delkhUul to nature, and good to preserve tbe htaWi ot man,. . ,r, - . ... -. , . . : ii hi, doth, strsngthsiv, parts .ot ths ; 4tt u , 'nmti, for Deart and aula open tits iie. stuttering aud (tatumeriod in ths speech. Dtb, It is tbs best moans . to prbS.tr a perfect proaanoialion. : u r, , .. 6th. It is ths only - way to know where nature bath bestowed a good voioe. , 7th. There is not any music of Instru ments whatsoever, asmparabl to that wbioh is nada of the voice oitueo, when ths oi oet are good and the tame well sorted and ordered. Uth. The better the voio it, the (wester it is to honor snd serve God therewith; aod the toioa of ttat) it ebieily to be employed to that end. - " , - 1 "Sine .iuging is good s thiog, j "I wi.h all aim would ier te sing." aJkepbeo II. Braoub, th "Alligator" man, ha goo to C'Uiurni.--.Nw Vork Mtws. Well, Us him go i he's got as good a right to bsamch out at any body else, especially at New Yerk got too hot for him. ' ; . ar"Flor Tempi" sod "Priooe'' wiU trot at the Fair of th Laks Erie- Hon Breeders' Asseeiatlua, ta b held at Ctevtv land nest week. ' ' ' " - 1 RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. Tw OatrttlMT, Mtmrtnl! PuTASMBMlrp m 1WV7 an4 flrM urtlMe ol the fclnrt evei Introduced umlT th mr of "l'irt.in.i( V ri p.." In t)il or nr ihr eti tryj ll frthr .i9ltnMlo Wnfoni art ountrfla. T he twn,ltn b known tv the in BR YAK brlni UmTc) on each WAFER. BKUN'S pflLMoNIC WaFKKH fUT cotifh. ColiU. Soar Throat, Hdimmmi. , BUY AM ftiLMONlO WAVKKj Ullsve Anthna, Droiichltli, ntflVult Flrpathlnf. BRYAN 8 I'HI.MUNIC WAt'KUS . , QsIIst splltins tit Blool, Pains In 1h (;ke1 BRVAN 8 PULMONIC WAKItHS Mtler ftwiniwV rvmmnrevii' tnnt Disease BRV AN N I'l WAI-tiHH ltellT Irrllatloa of the tJvula anil Tonsils. BRVAN S PULMONIC WAFKRS Rllvs ths altore Complaints In Tn Minutes. - BR TAX'S PULMONIC WAFlKf Are a hlrtaint to all tlxm ana 'on.(itmont. BKVAN'H I'l'LMONIC WAKKtttl Are adfcptf't to Voaltoli and fuMl Speakers. B&TAN'S Pt'LMONIO w'AKMttd Ar In a Implo f"t ih! plraont to tha last. BflTAS'S PtTLMONIO WAFKR8 Netonly mirr, tutetVMt rapia ana iitnc Cares. CKYAJi H HLMOMO WAIKkR Ar warrantnl to atltturttoa to erery one. - No Family should b without a box of Bryan' Pulmoulo Wafers IN TF1S llOl'SR. No Traveler should be without a supply of myan reimonio wains IK HIS l-OCKBT, No person will ever object to give Bryan's Pulmonlo Waters TTT-rtTt CiCWTt. JOB MOSES, Sols Proprietor, Roohntor, K.T. oldhj W. W. SIKWABT, BiflS ttorton, Ohii I OHA3, K. CLARKE, REAL ESTATE GENERAL- AGENT. WILL buy md toll on CoramiMion Heal Cstate of nil kintls, Bonds, Ltnd WiTnts, Notes. MortCAfrs. fco. make eollerttons otl nro tUt loMoa. will rTftt LAnd WtarrnnU, Instir property at riauDAtl rntws In itocmI rrsiionsirtk Coropw.lts, and do f eaeaal age ucyaaUoauuiisiun buslnet). L.No ohaTf u a lets sale It mad. Offlo with T. J. S. Smith, Eq., Cletnt's BuilJing, Thlrdstrtet. Graduated Lands. TUB undersigned it prepared to obtain Patents for all persons tioldinK duplicates fm Graduated Lands, on which Patents hare not been received. The reoent statement ol tho Department that all entries on whlofe paWnta are not delivered will be cancelled, renders it of theutmust Importance that parties should semro helr tit lee ky obtaining pat ents, or they will inevitably lose their land. Pur tit s leaving their duplicates with ine for that fiurpoee, will be charged mothlnf vniese 1 meoeed n obtalniof their patents. oeU CHAI. F. Ct.ARKIC, Airent. FOR SALBI A HANDSOME 11W1DENCE, one milo A we.t or Dayton, a the ritlse overlooking the Uieoity, with upward, ol ft-ur acre, ol Uod. The ground 1. well .locked with bearing fruit tree., grape., strawberries, ra.puerrte, Ac, anil plenty of shrubbery. House two-.torf , eight rooms, in food eondltlon, ianre cellar, and outbulldlnn "gX. chas. t clarkk, teprag Ciegg t Building, ad .treet. FINE FARMS!! C I T Y P U'OPEKT-y WILL BE TAKEN" PRAT PATMBNT. IN I O ACKKH, six 1 1 U tween the Br in lt$ from the Citr. be- Br&nt And Vtvllev TurnuikM. svuil two mi let from Kneiily't Milla. Macrca undtrcul- two milet from Kneiil tlvatUm.balano rood (ivautui, guano ROOuumoetT. 1 SJ AClib excellvnt land in Shelby A Ot county, IV milca frnni Sldnev. ami 1 miles from Fort Jittron( luo acres under cultiva tion, balance good timber Orchard of gralted fruit, good frawai house, barn, stable, corn crib, granary. Ac. Three Kootl springs and a good well. A very desirable place. ALSO. )J ( ACHES in liuncock county, near a W X a tUllroatl station, good houe and best auailty of land, loo acre improved. ALHOl FINE Suburban property In full view of, and haadsoaiely overlooking the city. Those having property to exchange will Had it to their in terest to call upon CHARLES E. CLARK, a tig 22. Clegg's Building;, 3d St. FARM A YVO HANDSOME and biffhly improved lying about 4 miles north of the city, 75 acres each. tin rnurDiiii wiu oe taitea in Dart DAvment. AL-O, 840 acres in Hancock County, not far from the count eat ami enree louruis oi a uuie irom a rail road station, loo acres Improved, balance excellent tiisber. Very ttne land, and will be mo Id at a bar- ttaiu. ALSO. lito acres one mile north weatof Union City, well Improved; a creek running through the centre, never falling waUr, large oaxn, good bearing or- anaru, spruigs. g. ALSO, 94 acres in Darke eounty, part good timber good land, a No. I barn, painted, goou house. $l,ooe aowo, oaiance oniung naie. . A L.iO( A DUtaber of other farnm various! r located and all very cheap, together with a large aiuouut ot desira ble any properly oi every oeacripuon. : jyll CHAS. ii. C LARKB, 8d 8t 21 Dollars an Acre! FOK a iiood b aria in Darke County, 6 miles north east of Union city. "72 acres under good cultivation, balance good timber rich black soil. Frame house of o rooms hansooiely situated, and surrounded by a locust grove, goou Iraaie barn, corn crib, atable, .md other out buildings. Good bearing urcnaru wiia en Minus oi iruiu Tais is a great bargain CHARLES E. CLARKK, auy 36. Real Estate Agent, Uesg's Building Land, Land. 1 WOULD call attention to Land now of (ered to exohnge for City Property or Good., located a. follow. : OHIO Shelby, Ross, Allen, Defiance, Henry, Fulton, D.rke and William. tountlea. INDIANA- Randolph, Well., Wabash, Slurs, Jasper, Pulaski and Lak. Counties. ILUNOXcJ Lswrvuce, Richland, Urawlurd and Jasper Counties. . MISSOURI Ohariioo, Washington, Madison Ripley, Reynold., Oregon and Shannon Counties. IOWA Soott, Buchanan, Boone, Cedar aod Van Bursa Counties. MINNESOTA D.sots, Kamsey, Rice, Scott and McLeod Countica. The above are sholM land., and will beei-hangd on the most desirable term, on application to CHAS. E. CLARKE, Jvd Clegs'. Bulldlag, Third iirwt. CITY PROPERTY 1 1 Jefferson at. A handsome Lot. West side, below th st. mU Frame upon it. Second St. House and Lot beiow Perry, north side, Hou., Twd-ittCiry brick Irge and .onv.nl.nt. Lotfiox'JOO. Browast Opposite Uuok.ye.l. Large BrloS Huum aud large Lot. CHKAP. Brown .t. comer of Ann. Two-atory Double . Brick Houh, aoud Collar, Well, , Cl.taia, u. Will r:nt to pay Ser oeot. on the Investment, 'ppoaite Barr, Two-atory Frame Hou... Lot Mix 160. Fifths!. Cornerof Muntgwoiery. Fine Lot. Small Frame House. ALKOi FORTY LOTS! On the Hiilbetweentdandsthsts., and a large number of vacant Lota In dl0reut part of the elty. For sale .heap, ortoeaahaugelorothar properly. CHAS; E. CLARKE Real Ktate Agent, Ciena". Building, M at. Farms. Oil ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Hum 6 IT ner. on the O. a M. K. R., one hundred acre. Improved, the remainder tliaber olgood qaallty, deep, rleh, alluvial .oil. Thar. are two good Dwelling Houaeaonth-prem-leea.oonvenlent out-houaea, and lnthemidatof gooa ..ttl.ment. Thia farm is ottered at the low price of (13 p.r acre, oeiug muun iv.. uan it. v.iue. aoraaieoy CHAS. K. CLARKK, Real fc.Ute Agent, Stl etreet. City Property Deolrttbie' Hess- sieucel Ioffsr for sale on reasonable terms, a.w.ad kattdsont rsaldeuo en sd street, be low Ferry. rue Houaeia targe andoommooious, witn all the modem imuravameni. and aonv.nteaoe.t la tln.lv loo.ted, and in a good neighborhood. . Will eeaold aheap, It application la made. oon CHAS. B CLARKK. ' Real Balat Ag.nt, C legs'. Bull lUng. FOR RENT. A FINE etore room on Market street, very sultahl for a Grocery ar Bating Uoiue, being that part of the reom now oocupled by IC. A. A T. Mora, that front, on Market atreet, oiay b either ao or tie feet deep. Also, a larg room oa the second Boor, ssx.0 feet. aulUblefur.n offloe. feutr.nue en Third street. fcnyulr. Of s. A. T. T. Mnra, or . . CHAS. . CLARKE, jyU R..1 k.ute Agent, ad at CBBAF FARM. I flA ACRES, 10 miles from the eity,iin- 1 JJ proved, onhaari, firing., a.. lc aorea umber, aad u aorea bottom. rriee (w per acre, ron.ieey CHAa. ft, CLARK B, mhS I al Katit Agent, Sd street. GOOKY for Aap. ' let. nar aaatini.r. tTfiEHCE bs.t B C iUutt, ju.treoeivedal I,W. W. at. QkKHH' 1U a a T. citt rnornnTY. AIjHO A hnndflOTut HitAnpo on iifh htn'fti Mtln and I u.lltitR : t slnrf (tr1'kt w)1, fiirnlh1 sal ItnmilsOtn! Ti(rTvri' f'ajr Bitn'UpstMr. ( HArt, K ( l ARKt, t.h-4H Hoal Kttatt ArDk, l ?1 Bui). linn, A it. To Capilallt4 AHANDSOMR daw ainnr Uth DnflHnu (double) on Drown trit," tlit will tmi f.r rtm per cilnt. ok the invictiTMrjT. KnnMf by CT1A. K. ( l AHKF, v tm vu,,a " mirrv' . TOR S ALE CliljAP, , I Ai'Kr.r-, on tne infer it ci. near tne . is' rtnlimal R. B , IW aH eron Mi ( mu rmr nn mr.u, rnoior itun vinos, A Terv drfltabte plane fbr a tinnien lot. t. II AS. K. l.AMKW, ajuar Tkird street. AHTOCK of DRY GOODS, for whirh a good IMPROVKIl FARM will ht .x.-hnojrd. inqoirv 01 BHS4 CIIKt K. ll.ARKt'., Clf-Kf'i UuU llnr, Third t. OUT LOT. A FINE Lot on Htri-ln't If ill, enntninint aorn ...Kiilirully alttiatrd will be .old oh.ap, on api-tlcallon to CHAS. V. CLARKE, ; aprlS Itp.l Ksut ARt-nt, Sdilrr-t.. T AM) VAK1!ANTS liOUOlIT A SOLI) al (Mnfllnnftll quotntlom, or located In Iowa, KM, r-.braika, or ali.iioiirt. hr CH AH. K. TLAnKK, BihS TMrUtrrt.' ARE YOU hWREIl! I AM RrttdT to ftlte ridkfl companies, tu t)ie cltynnd coi tor nihrttantial companies, tu t)ie eltrsnd rountrr on favorkle term. I represent the follow Ine cumiranlrM. and ean furnish ample refrcoces here aa to the reliabili ty of either: MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OK IIAHTKOIU), CONN. ' " CapitaI7120M07oOO. Manhatfan Fire ins. Co. (INCORPORATED 1821.) orrin;, no. on, umi m. JH.Y. CASH CAPITAL, . CASH BUEFLUB, B325O,O0O 9125,000. Irving Fire Insurance Co. (INCORPORATED 18M.) OFFICE, No , Wnll ir et, N. T. OASH CAPITAL, 9200.0O0. CH AS. K. CLARKE, Agent, augM Clpgg . niillalug,.l it REMOVAL! The Firemens Ins. Co. OF DAYTON. HAS REMOVED ITS OFUCIi TO THE elifril.Ie aq1 coin moil Inui suit of roomi, pre pptrtxl fur Its um. on second floor Booker fiutlttintr. corner Third Jettenon itrcrU, nppot.'to th Mnrchftnts' Kxchnnpre. i'-u'rince on 1 lilrtl itrrct, This (Jomimnv lut r on tnm tnoit ftvornhie trint, Dwelling! and all descriptions of Buildings, furulturtjind il?rchnJlM). AUoCargoShipmenta. mosses promptly aqjustca nna paid. CAPITAL STOCK, 9200,000. DIRECTORS: S. CRAIGHKAD, SAMtlKt. MAHSHALL, U K. to mil, V. WIMKilS, W. J,. 1IAHHOW. CRAKillUAD, Pret't; septs 11 AMI KI, KEIVKH, HKNKY 6TOUJ1ARD, Hh.NKV HKHA1AN, 8. f. C. F.mlii, Sce'j-. ran Stin: A BRICK DWEI LINIJ, and about eleven acre, of ground, about 3 nitlr. nouth of Davton. on the River Ro.4, excellent water and .mall uarn nil unner irooti oultivatloo. tkrms One lli.u-.ud ilulur.oa.li, and the bal anoe In one 01 two year.. - Inquire of S. M. BULUVAN. M'pts-dftwtm Grape Vines. T1IK Subscriber has on hand, and in the te.toonJltlon,76,OOOCAtawhn Crnpe Vine Roots, two y. ar. old, which he will it'll Tor 30 per n oo. ALSO 100,000 do., which he will .ell for tt per 1000. r He Invite, fruit agents and other, tn elvrhlma eall P. SCHOTTK, Nar the I unatle Asylum, on the Uavrtown Road. Jy2-dwtf ACAIU). The suhoenber returns his sin cere th.nka to hia friend, for their very libera) patronmte wnlch he haa received while in bualneaa He haa aold hia confectionery eatubllshnicnt to uee.re. King A D'Arcy, gentlemen who are well qualified fur the buaiueaa and deceive a liberal ah are oi patronage. CKO. OHMEH. octa KING &"d'AROY, '(SUCCESSORS TO GEO. OH.MF.R.) - Oyster Saloon' AND TIIIUO STIIEET, ADJOINING POST OFFICE DAYTON, O., Will keep eonatantly on hand a large variety ot CONFECTIONERIES. FRUITS, NTJT3, CI GAUS AND TOBACCO, French Candies of all Descriptions. OYSTERS By the Can, or served to order by the Plato. W. J.'FIlsrX.A.Y, WHOLKSALK DEALBR IN Fresh 8c Salt Pish TO 1,12 no, o. Orders from n dintanoo will meet prompt attention. Michigan Cranberries I K BARUKLS of thebeat ounlitv of Alielii-; I O gM cranberrlea, in excellent condition, Jiut j received, and for aale at wboleanie and retail, at i BHANDtNIIUKi; No. a-o, Thlid at. Second' Hand Buggies ! Carriages AT W.W. PHILLIPS' OLD STAND! 4 that. bet. Jett'crsoit c3t.CIulr, A LARUE lot of second hand Hoeeiesand a. Carriages for sale at very low prlcea lor oaahr oct ISTEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVKD BY WILLARD & WIIEATON, no. a t. Beattiali By Augusta J Kvnns. FarU tut U their FriiicilcBA manual of X'olitioal InteUienue) By Ar thur Holmes. While tt was Morning Ry Virginia V, Townseud. if I ii u t'pou the Seu By ' Frank B. Goodrich. Frank. WlMnutH' Advrnturec on Land and Water; 111 in Oil Colors. II tied Miller' Complete Works-' in seven vols. StrHtKlUlorwnrd, or Walking in the Kitctit & story lot pirls of all ages; Uy Lucy KUeB Uuernsev. fokenl, or liravery Xriuinphunt; By Faith Fay Holly Mlstleloe.-Tuli.f; Uy Rosalie Koch. Itfnny n I.ltlle Itlnkea a mK kle Illustrated. Belle & LillyA story for (iirl And a large aaanrtinrat of tine STATIONERY. WAIX PAfKk, WIMKOW I'APtR, . DISSOLUTION Ot- PAKTNERBHIJ'. TUB partnership heretofore existin(r lie tweea J. J. Aokermaa aad P. Kelly, In th.pra. tlce o( law, la tin. 0. 4iwaolve4 by utulualouuatmt. P. Hvlly laauthorliej tu tteuj lo Hie uiillulahad buainM. ol ti,. arm, and to make eoileetlona a. d eeitieaente lut Utwa. JOHN l. AtKBUMAN, V. KILLY. 1 Pavtom, Sept. 3, UM. Spt3 , t 'a t l . fallMnMtrade VAN AUSDALDIXOTJ k CO, WOULD mil lli Urnt'on of buvtn to th atfwk of rooels now ointr h thf-m. h- i Inv UrfrfMt una brst ssnrtia?nt IVN onetl In I ths tiitv. . hv. Lb carixla V' - .m . Ti.r vT ingrnin. iirinpnud - . - j- . MtltfV A . ft, ......,- ... .. n.. .... ...I lruRir(-ii and lirus1- sinr?i, Hlatilvcls iind Diimas " HOLLANDS & WIKLOW SHADES CURTAIN' FIXTURES', Lar an4 Mmlln Curtain, Cut Comlcea, nasda, and Plus, stair Kods,.; Towelings & Sheetings TaMr MnfM. Nipvln. Doyllei and House-Furnith- HiOOU, TAHLK, H KARTIff AND CAU- Kl AUK OIL CLOTHS, And are In dally receipt r Urge additions to our Ifwk of Wall Sc Window Papers, Kir Board Prints aud Oecorattve Paper Hanglnga, mskin the larKt raiietj of stylet and prices to found la the lty The aove (ouds we offr at loir prices, trholesale or retail. VAN AUSDAL PIXON. A CO, 02 Msluat-. opjj-jiit tbs Court Uouns, ecptw fMlE firm of Ackeiuian A; Kelly being L now dissolved, the urHteralffiied annnince that, in connection wilh the law tirm ol Jordan A Jordan, he Is engnved In tnaklugcomplete abstrauts of title t al tde Real Kstate In Motitfrompry ooun ty.lnoludinc Uiecity ot Ha v ton and ailthetowos In the county. A (treat deal ol labt r has already been bestowed u on this enterprise, and some time will yet be required to complete the examination). Ttie TntKr already done aftonis great facility in as eertamtfiK tit title to property. The old system of maatng a Its tr arts from the In dexes In the Recorder's oliire, is so uncertain and lalKtrioue that this svatent la deemed indiaenahie. All taw busloetui entrusted to him will be prompt ly attended to by 1mm., In connection with the firm ol Jordan A Jordan, whoseotHoe la on Mnln street, op posite the Court Houne. The underainued ean during all bualntea hours be found at the Recorder's olllce. -pt'JT JOHN J. ACKERMAN. TOHN J. ACKEUMAN, Kq., is now oon- v netted with ua In making abstracts to all the ti tles to Real Kstate In Montgomery county. The un certainty of tbe old aysteiu of looking over the In ilexe to seventy voltiDiea as often aa the property tThaBfres hands, to ascertain theeondttlo of the ti tle, has i a ilm ed ua to make abstracts of all titles to all the property In the county, so that all the eon veyaaeea altectlng any lot or sec ton of land, will be grouped togMher, which will enable us te refri to every conve' ance affecting any piece of Real Ks tate without referring to the ln I exes at all This system Is much needed) and deserve fhe lllreral pa tronage of alt persona who deal In Heal Kstatt, The examinations will soon be finished, when we will be able to give entire satisfaction in that de partment. We will give prompt attention to any law buslne-s which may be entrusted to Mr Ackentian, who will give pirtioular attrition to ate German friends. We will lve attention, aa usual, to all law busi ness entrnstod to ua. OhrlLiu on Mam street, opposite the .. ourt liOU8ev JORDAN JORDAN. If m. II, Hucke To the Public at Large. rPIl Subrcriber returns hit sincere thanks J- to his frlenda for the very liberal patronage whieh he received during the twelve fn entire he haa been in the bu.iuea...- He ha. aold hia eonlectlouery establiahmeut to Mcaarc. Heesea Z-llera. gentlemen whom hetakec pleaaure In recommending as being well qualified and deeerving the patronage hereto fore conferred Ufon him. Thoae indebted to meln cash orbookaccount,wlll beexpectei tn aett'e at oiico, tn onler that I may meet my obligations to hlhei. I will be found at ti e store tr m to 11, aud from i to t o'clock during each day until the l.t of November. ...... W. H. BUCKE, FROM the above it will be teen that we have become proprietor, of Mr. Itucke'a well anownooufecttonerv ea'anliehment. cornerof Main ane Second atraeta, Dayton, Ohio, where we hope to receive tbe amount of patronage that Ir. Olimer and r Bucke enjot ed, and aa mnch more aa our friends may ae propel to allow ua. Nothing .hall lack on our part to make our ratabll.hment all that It ehould be Our lee Cream aad cooling drtnu.hall be oi the beat; at all time, our atooa of candle., toya, fancy gooda, mualcal In.trumenta, etc., nball alway. be wmpl.te nothing .ball be wanting on our part to make our eatabliehment what tt aboulk be. KrKMi fc ZKLLKRS. aepts7 Fresh Meat Every Day. flI!OltaE FIIESTOP. ' ' Daily Meat and: Provision 5ih atreet, 274 tret of Brown ttrett, DAYTON. O.'. KEEPS oonstnntly on hand Fresh Meats of every alndr Butter, Kg., nd- Vegetable., tn i w- i cvri.jji.iuii. ooiamaDie can be had at hia atore. "Aahedoeahlaown buteherlng, the PuMlcean roly on procuring k'rcoh weat xvk.t hormino du ring the woek. Hedealrea thepeople to know that on i ONnay morning they ca procure meat. langut red during the previous night. They wllluleaae bear thtain mind. ' ThankfuliorpaatpatronBge,heaollelts aoontln- sanceot public favor, deteraiined todeaerveit. Remember ftth street, 8 doors from Ilrownatreet. jjai-iyd ROUERT OGDEN, Plumber and Steam Fitter, NO. 03 jHfRRSON STREET, AD0VB Til MID, DAYTON, OHIO. HAVINU been a resident of this oily but a short time Mr. O. would taae thia ocaialon of aelectlne une Irom among a .core of lett.ra he re ceived from gentlemen for whom he did work la hia former piaee of re.id.noei Four Wayne, Ink., April toth, IB6. Having had o cor. ion to uae the aervlce. of a plumber, 1 waa iutiodutcd to mr Ogden, a gentle man who had juat arrived tn our city. The job that waa to be done wa. veryuiffloult, aud required the niceat kind ol mechaniam. I am happy to add that tbe work waa performed to my entire aatlafao tion, and aa a master of his art, I take pleaaure in reconunendlng him to my lello towoamen. PH1LO KUMSKY. ' He would elao Ulre the privilege or giving one among aeveral recommendation, he ha. received alncehia rexidenoe heie: Mr Ogdea haa done conatder.bl work In th plumbing llnelu my bouae, which la very aatlafao uvoi Aug. lo, 189. ., Pumps, JJittllS, Water' CloSOlS End , c . , Wash-Stands, Fixed and Repairtd, and an the tkoftft notice, Iandmottreatonabletermt. ALSO A large quantity or Llftand rone Pumps, Well and Clatetn Pumpsof every deBcription,whiuh are warranted not to freeze un in winter fir.. Oockaol allklud.,.ueh as Wai-siaad, Rear, Wa ter and steam C'ocka. Together with all kinds of Plumbera' Uraa. Work. - Mr. o. haa juat received another large supply nf pipe of all kinds, to which he particularly calls thi attention of thoce who dealre work tn his line. All klnda of Hatha made and repaired. Soy-Cash paid tor Lead and Pewter. "EM j)'M-IW Central Insurance ; Co. OF DAXTON. CAPITAL, . - $100,000! OFl'ICb-Ni-. 70 ba.t atdn ol Main atreat, between Second mid Third Up .tan.. FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE. Policie. laaued upon all descriptions ot BUILDING, MACHIHEBY STOCK For one year or leea, and upon Dwellings uikI llousvhol.l ClooU , , , roa Times .cam, , Or any leaa term desired, at reuoaabba rates. . BOAHO 01 DIRECTOHS. ;" 1 Hb'NRY HERMAM, I HKNRY S. owl ER. A.NbHKWGUMP, I D. W I1I1IING8, CL'n w guttu I t d ...... ' u w. .. vim , i . ... 1.1. .Tin, A. K. H. FOLKKUTU. - 11KNRY HKUMAN, Fresident D. W. Ioiimos, leeretary. Jon Kmaiiuleb, Burveyor. aeptSO Patrick Kelly, ATTORNEY-at LAW. OFFICE JN THE EMPIRE BUILDING Third tlreet, Duyteu, Q. WII.I. nink collections and atteud tn the pr.etioe ol bis Protoaalon s;enerally, ia atontsnm ery .nd the aiiioinliitf uouutlfai draw antl ackuowl eiiir. deetl. aud luortKugi'a, and prepare .11 ottier le gal luaUuuiente. sop UMI COD Fisn. AHOUSUUAU f prim. CODKltiH ths allied la the market Just received at the M.r Oreoerj Store of I. K. OriiHART, uls No. MJeUsrsonst, iEill 74 T"T A. T1 K LEO A NT T.i-Tr.i r ixuih', r aiux na vviiiii. riLiiv ituisnrj, lor erening. Uoire Inliyue antl Brocade lircsscn . . Jul rScSlreo frnm Nw Tom Aurtlon SalM. . . ' Hriok Dnlain Haha for I.adis snd Misses; Shells and Wool Shawls, Veils, Nobis , and Opera Hoods, Cl-mkt and Nhawla; Kmhroldured VeKet Clonks, f'loth i ' Cloake, !f(lnii and loalorr sll the new styles of Phawls, Picooi of Hilks, Hilks, st 87 eents per jard. ' ' DOMR8TJ08 AND LI.NKNS . In thi. onnneHlne w hars rletlrabl stack f NEW GOODS, and ws orT.r them Is Hoitsrerpsrs at un.ommonlf low prtfr.. Woolen Pros Oeods, A a. lIalo snd Printed Merlnoet snd Delainet; Ptr!t Plaid, Va lenoiaasnd I'oplins. Merino Under Wear, tallint; st Coat, for Ladies, Uents, snd Chiklrs. New style of HUM HOOP SK ISTS, ntlrrlr w la s,l d Solta, Jurt roo'rt. Irom tin mmmmnumtff ootT-Smoemftld&w issi mm mm e-a fc. -. I8PLAY Ot-v tt Went Fourth Street, Opposite Pike's Opera Home, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1859 1859 FALL CIRCULAR. TE HEG TO CAIX THE ATTENTION of our Patrons and the .ommuulty at large Fat I" P. u rchafte DRY GOODS, Which we rt? now receiving and will continue to pccelve throurhntit the irmnn. Oiir itock wilt lwyi b lountl LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE!! Comprising all the new and varied fabrics and style. OF THE EASTERN MARKETS. We highly appreciate the very liberal patronage and .real auceraa we have met with slnoe we have catabltahed the OlSII SYST'M And aaaure our many Frlenda that we are now BETTER PKKPARED TO OFFER THEM BARGAINS! Then Ever Heretofore! 13 We cordially invite an lntpe.it Ion of our stock. JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO. sepU " New Pall G ooda ! WE ARE NOW OPENING RICH SILK ROBES! " Fancy Silks, I r-. . IN PLAIDS.BTADEREB & CHEBCKS Plain Silks, Black Silks, i IS PLAIN, BYADERE k BR'CADE CHINTZ PATTERNS, AND SMALL FIGURES! A LARGE & ELEGANT STOCK! OTTAMAN PLAIDS. Vatencia Plaids I New style Wool de Laine, CASHMERE ROBES, American de Laines, tSScc. , To which we Invite THE EARLY ATTENTION OF BUYERS! Our Terms are CASH, Will be found Strictly in Accordance JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO., . No. 86, Cornar Mala and 2d at. septo Raglans aod Dusters l Oll l'ALXl ! ALL THE NEW STYLES! A LARGE 8T00K.I r septK JOHN, VAN POHKW ij CO. "laMes" WILL FIND A FINE X.INB OF Cloaking Cloths IN PLAIN AND FANCY COLORS 1 1 seiUIB JOHN, VAN DOHEN k CO. Wanted ! A WOOD WORKMAN, snd Carriage fainter, at the Carriage shop or W. W. PHILLIPS, seprr 4th at., between JelTfraon and St. Clair. 6 Good Shoe Dinders WANTED 1M MKDlATKLiY, at N P. DUUULAHS a m . South- aat eoraqp Mala and Market (a., Spt DAvrea, tiaio. REMOVAIi. - TIIE firm of Spraguo &.Co.' Cincinnati, havo opened in their new iron front Store, s juth-east corner ot Ifourth and vine eta., opposite Post Office. They have a magniGcent (stock of Goods for Men and Boys' wear, including all that appertains to a gentleman's wardrobe, either ready made or to order, for Men and Boys. Their stock of Fiece Goods, for ordered work, is splendid. Their goods are marked at Cash Prices, , and as low aa F.ne Goods can bo sold. We havs a stock of Fine Sole Leather Trunks, Rail Road, proof best that can be made. ALSO New style Bags, . tor Traveling purposes, Traveling Rugs,. Shawls, &c. SPRAGUE & CO., South-east ror. 4tli & Vluc t.' eeptls-dawlm To Merchants & Milliners! C INCINNATI sitK house; W. P. DEVOTJ & R0CKWO0D, Wo. 83 Pearl Street, WHOLESALE DEALERS SILKS, RIBBONSj BONNETS, FLOWERS, Shawls, Cloaks, DRESS TRIMMIG8, . HOOP SKIRTS, LACE EM BKOlDERIESi WUITE GOODS, GLOVES, AC. Cr-GRE AT INDUCEMENTS ottered to CASH ana SHORT-TIMK BUyKBii. w. septl P. DBVOU A ROCKWOOD. P APEE AND STATIONERY i . 1 1 HAVING PURCHASED OF MORE, Loury a Co. their atook of PAPER AND STATIONERY, , I shall continue the business In all Its branches, Wholesale nd Retail WIU pay particular atten tion to orders by mall. Ishallendeavorto keep my,, assortment of OPFlCJCand SOHOOL STATION tR frf eomplete. . i Having a BINDERY connected with my storev I shall at all times keep a general assarUnent of BLANK BOOKS. . Of nf own Kiftks, and be prepa 4 to nannfaettire to order Blank Books of any style or pattern of . rutins; at shrfe notice. Old Hooks re-bound. . j Market prloo paid for Hag septM W. H. CALLENDBH. : -To the Trade. WE, the undersigned. Brewen of Dayton, ; have this day resolved that after the first day of October, 1&69, we will sell Beer for CASH only.-; We have to pay cash for our material, and oajuuatt stibrd to do a credit business. HKNRY VRRNEDINO. JOSEPH SCHWINO. M. St:HIML, CA A. SCH WIND, I. tt J. 8TRAUH, AUO. BKCHKRER. sept 21 -aw (Journal o py.) ANT. OALFV, Graduate Veterinary Surgeon, THRO'OUflaoeeBaralf cures, and untiring In-" dustr in the treatmentof Horses and Cstt te, as well as riovi, in nis two years practice In Dayton, is fa vorablv known to the put Hoof DeyUm and vLclnth ty.Heresp?ctfullyiolioits ' a continuance of theii ps tfuDais). OtFici: aud 1nihuabt. corner 9d and St. Clair streets. Dayton, O., where he may be found at al hours, both day and night. j9 Steamship Great Eastern. GRAND EXCURSION . TRIP1 1 1 BT TB ; '' Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton, Day ton and Michigan, Tolado and D a. trolt, Great Western and Grand ' Trunk Railroads, TO MOHTKBAL AND fOBTLAND ! 1 The nan moth ateawahlo will leave Kn.Und on th isthlask.i and is xoeut4 to reaoh PortlauU oa tu. sail. . j SPICIaL XCURSION'nO:T, ! " FronCiuolasatl to foHlaud and return, wUlb aold v o k s a o, Good for three weeks from the Isth iasf. Kxaor Hlonlsia will have aa opportunity, alao, t aeelur the GHKAT VICTORIA IiaiiJUK, at atoatraal, whlcfe r is two mite. In length, and nearly completed. i f-TUkets .olj at tha Ticket nltJue. ol th Clo elnuatl, llamlitoaand Uayton Katlroad Conipaoy. :' O. McLAKr N, Superintendent C H D. R. It. R. M. SHOKMAKKR, - , Oen'l. Superluteadent I) a M. R. R. UKrloketa lor the above Ka.ur.lorts oan be had at tha Treaurer'a ontee, Uayton and dlohigaa Railroad... Co., o. Huaton Building. PKKhRVEU SMITH, Traas'r, . septl 4 (Journal A G.aette copy.) DISSOLUTION. THE partnership f Andrew, Wilson A Co. Is Uils day mutually dl.aolvad by th withdraw al of Mr. A. Wllaon, jr., from the nrm. .J f. ANDREW, v" A. WIION. J " R. LLOYO. OHO. St. HIOH. CloeloaaU. SepUmber to, 186. ,j THK huslneM will continue under the firm name or V. AAl'HKW A Ol. All unaeltled aooount.of the Arm of Andrew, Wllaon A Co. will be a ljuatad by th.m. P. ANbHKWi R. LLOVU, sept4 GKO. M. HIGH. J For Sale! A8MALL 2 story Frame Dwelling, on tha Hill south of th street. Alao as story Ki.m Uwelllus: on Wayne north of 6th atreet 'or further particulara, Intiuir of m at suy oittc lat'lta's. bulldln;. a. auu in, ..in IV BHOTHEW JONATHAN, for lb pf "4th July laif lot Juat rwelved. a P. A F. I, IHVU.