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atarday Btbid, Oct. 22. 18S9. rTKeading Kilter oh Kfery Pago.J3 muFor Loaala, Telegraph, aaaV other mature of inUrt aad Information, fee Klrrt aad Fourth Pat. CTBflow v gira the Cincinnati Gatette't Teraion of tba inter ronelory Interview be. IVMft Old Brava tad Meerel promioeal KnlH nm ba wara praamt an tba oaeaalan t I'OXTERSATIOM tVITII 0 WATODIIH RIlftW.Y. . Ve)llantle. ham mm .there .k m.Miin.a.J' lirawn Miwrrn Iterun WHY TIIK ATTEMPT AT tIARI'KK FKMH V V. AH MADH. How Rrtwn mid hi WoMiaalrtl 4'omBnnloii Appnr. or mow. He Df frnds his Course and Give a Message o he lit jxirlf rs. r.ic, F.tr., l'.lc. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette. ] HARPER'S FERRY, Oct. 20. While aiatninlno; tho Armory ground., (bo occncii of tho late doKpcrato action, ami prosecuting general inqniriea respecting tho event of the last two days, it happened that I fell In with an old acquaintance of the New York rcportorial corps. From him I learned that Senator Mawn.of Virginia, Ex Member of Congress Faulkner, of Charleston , Va., and Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, of Ohio, wore to have an interview with OsHawatotuie Drown. Of course, we determined on being present, and carried our determination into effect. After Aoine little delay we were introduced into the room where lirown and Stephens lay. We found the former to be aaix-footer, although, an he lay, he looked some nix inches shorter. Ha has a bullet or Jack Hhcppard head, long grey hair, which at this timo is matted, the sabre-cut in his head having caused the blood to flow freely, to the com plete disfiguration of his faro. His hands were brgrimmed with dirt, evidently the result of continued exposure to the smoke of powder; his eyes are of a pale blue, or per haps 6Ta light rey color, much such eyes as those of his brothor filibuster Walker. During the conversation hereafter reported, he betrayed not one sign of weakness. In tho midst of enemies whose homes he had in vaded, wounded and a prisoner, surrounded by a small army of officials, and a more des pent array of angry men, with the gallows staring him full in the face, be lay on the noor, ana in reply to every inquiry gav an answer that betokened the spirit that anima ted him. The language of Governor Vis well expresses bis boldness. 8atd the Pot ernor,"lIe is the earnest man I ever saw 1 believe the worthy Kxecutlvo bad hardly expected to ace a man act thus in such a try ing moment. Stephens is a fine looking man. lie is the only one of the party ( f prisoners who had light hair; his beard is also light; his lace partakes of the handsnme and noble; his eye, though restless, has a sharp brilliancy, lie is, like his associate and commander, six feet in height. The strong man, thus lying upon tho floor, showed himself obedient to Uie last to the commands of "My.Cautain,' as he called Brown. With three or four sun shot wounds, two in the head and one in tho breast-bone, certain of death, ha showed mar- veloua courage. 1 hough ever and anon groaning with excessive pain, ha did not one instant forget himself, but calmly listened to the conversation. As the conversation progressed, Stophena paid close attention, and once at least, cor rected remark of Brown's. Both men seemed prepared for death, and seem even to court it under the idea, perhaps, that they will be regarded as nmrtyrs, but more proba bly the oonviction of having performed a sa cred duty. However much the writer may ainer irom tnem, mere must ansa a teelin of respect for the sincerity which iinpellc them to their rash designs. The parties present in the room during the conversation were Bonator Alason, lions. r aulKncrand Vallandigham, Dr. lsiggs, Lieut, htuart, 1st Cavalry, U. S. A., two New York reporters, and the writer. A few other persons came in at tnnos to see what was was going on. THE CONVERSATION. Senator Mason How do you justify your acts i Brown I think, my friend, you arc guilty of a great wroug against God and humanity. I say that without wishing to be otfuiihivc. It would be perfectly right for any one to in terfere with you so far as to free those wil fully and wickedly held in bonds. I do not say this insultingly. Mr. Mason I understand that. Brown 1 think I did right, and that others will do right who interfere with you at any tune anu an limes. 1 hold that the golden rule: Do unto others as you would that others should do unto you, nppljcs to all who would help others to gain their liberty. Lieutenant Stuart But you don't believe in the Uible. Brown Certainly I do. Mr. Vallandigham Where did your men coma from; did some of them come from Ohio? Brown Some of them. Mr. V. From the Wostcrn Itcservo of course none came from Southern Ohio? U. Oh, yes; I believe one came from be low Steulienvillo, down not far from Wheel ing. Mr. V.Have you been in Ohio this sum mer! H. Yes, sir. Mr. V. How late? B. I passed through to Pittsburgh on my way here in J une. M. V. Were you at any County or State Fair there) H. I was not there sinee Juno. Mr. Mason Did you consider this m military organirtion on this paper! show ing a copy of the to-called constitution and ordinances I have not yet read it. B. I did in soma measure. I wish you would give that paper your close attent on. Mr. M. You consider yourself the C'oia-mandat-in -chief of this provisional military fcroe! B. I Wa chosen agreeably to the onli eaoos of a certain document, dunmauiW-in- chief of that three. Mr. M. What wages did yea offer! B. None. Lieut Stuart The wtjea of sin Is death. B I would not hat a made suck re aaark to you if you had been a prisoner, and wounded, in my hands. A By sunder Did' you not promise a dkn in Gettysburg $20 a. month! 6 I did not. Bystander Ha says you did. Mr. V. Were you crer in Dayton! ' It. Yea, I must bar bsea. Mr. V. This summer! - B. No a year of two sjnoe. ' Mr: Mason Doe this talking aoaoy you at ail! rWNotln the toast. Mr. V-Uave you lived long In Ohio! It. I went there ia XUU6) I lived ia Sum mit county, which was than Trumbull cotiuty; my native place is York State. . . Mr, VmDo you rucoUeot a man la Ohio, semed Hrcwa a noted counterfeiter! - By I do; knew biin from a boy; bis fa ther wu Henry Brown, of Irish or Scotch dwut; the fctnily was very low. Me. VjJiave yea ever been in Pottage ptiotyt .! fTM tbttt iff iu6 last ' ' u. a w K ou at on in bs Mr. V When in Cleveland, did ron at tend the Fnffitire Slaw Law "invention! ft Noi j was there alnut the time of the setting of the Court to try tho Olyrlin ros ruersj 1 apo It there publicly on that aitlJert; I spoke on the Fugitive Slave Law, and my own rescue, rtf courts; so for as I had anv relerrftre at all, 1 w dlpwd to (irMify the Oberlin people for rescuing a slave, because I have mrsrlf forcibly taken slavee from bondage; 1 was concerned in taking eleven Slavs frrnn Missouri to Canada last wtntrrr I tl.'nk I spoke in Cleveland before the Con vention: do not know that I bad any con versation wilh anv of the Oberlin rescuers; was sick part of the time I was in Ohio; had the ague; was part of the time In Ashtalxila county, Mr. V. Did you see enj thing of Joshua R. ffiddinga there' H.---I did meet him. Mr. V. Did you consult with him! B. If I did, I would not tell you, ol course, anything that would Implicate St r. Giddings, but 1 certainly saw him and had a conversation with him. Mr. V, About that rescue easel 13. Yes, I did hear bint exprciisjliis opin ion on it vory freely and fiai.My. Mr. V. Justifying it? B. Yos sir; I do not compromise him in saying that. A By slander Did you go out to Kansas under the auspices of Ui hinigraul Aid So ciety? B. No sir; I went under tho atifcpiocs of old John Brown, and nobody chse. Mr. V. Will youatiMWer thin I Did yon talk wilh Giddings ahout your expedition here! it. No sir, I wont answer Hint, because, a denial of it 1 would not make, and to make an attiramtion of it 1 should Is) a great dunce. Mr. B. Ilavo you had any correspondence itli parties at tho .Virtli on the suhiwt of this movement I II. 1 have bad correspondence. Bystander Do you consider ita religious movement? 11. It is in my opinion tho greatest ser- vice a man can render to God. Do you consider yourself an ; instrument iu the bauds of I'rovidunco! B. 1 do. Bystander Upon what principle do you justify your acts! ' u. Hy tho golden rule. I pity the poor i bondage. Tiiat is why I am here. It is not to gratify any personal animosity, or feel- ingof rovongo or of a vindictive Rpirit, It is my sympathy with the oppressed and w rouged that are as good as you, and as pre- cious in the sight of God. Bystander trtainly, but w hy tako tho Slaves against their will? B. Warmly I never did. Bystander You did in one instance, nt least. Stephens, to the inquirer, intermitted Brown you are right sir, in one case. (A from the wounded man.) In one case I know the negro wanted to go back. To Brown Captain, the gentleman is right. BysUnder to Stephens W hero did you come from. S. I live in Ashtabula county, 0. Mr. V. How recently did you leave Ashtabula county. 8. Home months ago. I never resided the re any length of time, I have often been through there. Mr. V' How far did you live from JefT- erson! B., to Stephons Ho very cautious, Rte- pbens, about answering that, it luiglil commit some friend, i would not answer it stall. S., who had been groaning considerably, although the exertion necessary to conversa - uun aeriousiy auocted nun, seemed content to abide by "my Captain's" decision. ilu . . turned over and was silent. Mr. V., to Brown Who woro your ad' risers in this movement I U I have numerous sympathizers u ougnoui mo entire ortli. Mr. V. In Northern Ohio! is. o: no more there than anv where 1S3 in all the t ree Ktates. Mr. V. iiut vouare Dorsonallv acr.naiut. eu m ooumern unioi B. Not very much. Mr. V. Were VOU at the Convention lout Juno! B. I Was: I want VOU to understand. gentlemen, that 1 respect the rights of the poorest and weakost of the colored neonlo oppressed by tho slave system, just as much as X do those of the most wealthy and pow- oriui, inaim tno lueatnac nag moved mo, and that alone. Wo expected no reward. Woexpccted tho satisfaction of endeavoring to do for thorn in distress the groally i pruhseil as wo would be dono bv. 'Ji.u cry of distress, and of the distressed, is uiy reason, and tlie only one that impelled mo. liystunder Why did you do it so incrct- ly? B. lSecauee I thought it necessary to surccss -for no other reason. Bystander You think that honorable, do you! Have you read Uorrit (Smith's last letter. 11. What letter do you moan! Bystander The N. Y. Herald of vounr. day in speaking of this affair mentions a let ter in which he says.that it is folly to nttempt to strike tho shackles otT the sluves by tbe force of moral suasion or legal agitation, and predicts that tbe next movement ma.l in the direction of neirro emancioation will h u insurrection 111 tue routn. fl. I have not seen tho Xew York Her. alii tor some days past, but 1 presume from your remarks about tho gist of tho letter 1 should concur with it: I agree with Mr. Smith that moral suasion Is hopeless. I don't think tbo peoplo of tho Slave States HI ever consider the subject of slavery in u,.s true iignt, until some other argument is UKoriou to man niorui suasion, Mr. V. Did you expect a general rising v. b.iu ainTua, in caau u. your SUOCUSSI I!.---No sir, nor did I wish it; J expected tu gatuvr sirenKui irom time la time, t ...n. I could Set tlio.u free. Mr. V. Did you expect to hold posses sion here until then! B. Well! Probably 1 hadauita adiir..r. em iuoa; l uo nut know that 1 ought to re veal my plans; 1 am here a nrisoner. ami wounded, Ittcause 1 foolishly allowed myself ui ue su. i ou overrule your slronKtu wlien you suppose that 1 could havo boon taken. I waa too tardy, aftor coinmoncinu the una attack, in delaying my movements through atuuuay uigui.anu up u ti iu lime 1 waa at- itcked by tu Uoverument troons. It waa all occasioned by luy desire to snare tbo feelings of my prisoners, and theit' families. anu oi tne comiuuuiiy. air. i. urayoaoot snoot a negro on in oriuge, or uiu noi aome of your party I .--1 kiww i.uu.iiiK oi me neizro liev. wood. Mr. V.--What time 4' you commence your organisation over in CanatlaT B. H oceurrcd almut-uii yuara ago. . If I remember, it waa 1 think, in lUVJ., , Mr. V. Who was the tiecretarv. B. That 1 would not toll if 1 recollected, out luonoiremeifioer. i think tha ollicers were elected in May, lfiafct. X may answer incorrect, but not intentionally. My head is little confused by wounds, and my memory uaiss ami iucu iiaa is aowewnat coiuus' d. Dr. Biggs Ware you in the party at Mr inedy's house) waa tne head or that party. I oo- id the bouse to mature my plans. 1 would stale her that I have sot been in Baltimore to purchase percussion caps. Dr. Biggs What was tbe number of men Kennedy's) B I decline answering that question. Dr. B Who lunced thai woman's neck, the hill! B--I did. I have aomutimm nranHnml surgery when I thought ft a matter of numanuy or necessity, when there was no one else to do it, but I have not studied gur gjry. Dr. D (to the Dersons arnundWIt wu done very well, scientifically. These men hv been wrr slever to tba neichl.. I Uj told, n4 U' bad no trasiim (a i J 1 . as at . I T XJ T bayonet stabs in different parts of my body soma minutes after I had censed fighting, and had consented to surrender, for the lien- ellt of others, ami not for uiy own bcnclit. Several persons present denied this state Bystander ment insisted, wilh some warmth, that the Ma groan rines fired, first. An Olllcor Why did you not surrender before the attack! sirpc( them, trrri that we could not tin ilrMtand lhe,r movements. The Were nf. TlTr. Thirteen question, were now put in by .immt embody i (ho room L fi.iiow where did vmi get arms! t u . u . ' In lint Slatut In What Siatel That he would not tell Mow manr guns! 1V--1WO nmwirwi rlsrpe Titles and two hiiiulrrd revolvers, what is calll tliaM.l V?T, revolve, into iiiiyiimaiji. Why did you not tako that swivel you . left in the boos,.? i l had no occasion for it. ten tome a year or two ago. It ...;. II. w as hi- In Kansas! B No. I had hnthing given to mo in Kansas. i By whom, and in what State! It t .1. l .1... 1. .... i.ron,.rle a a'riJ..I ,, . .. V l .i prop,'rl) a swivel it is a very largo rille on a pivot. me roil is larger than a musket bail. It ia intended for a slug. ' Brown horo nifuln a statement intended for too reporters a:, follows: If foil do not want to converso anv more ...... . . ... ., K"' s no; inurt, 1 will remark to Iheso rcK)rting geutleine mat i claim to bo here in csrrying out a measure I Uliave to bu wrfnetly juatiflnblc and not to act a part at all incendiary or nilluiily: but on the contrary, to aid those surl'ei in; nudor a frtoat wmiig. I wish to ay, lurthermorc, flint now all von nconle of the Si'tih ha-l better prepare yourselves for! a settlement of this question. It must I cotuo up- for settleuuMit sooner than you aio prepared for it; and the sooner you coin- nieiK-o mat preparation, mo Iwtlcr lor you. ; ton may m-pose of mo very easy 1 am I nearly diKposed of now but this inestion. I mean the end of it, is not vet. These wounds vtero indicted noon me U.l), ii s iln e ruts on my head and IkmIv. and the 1 Micro the Major hero, noiiitine to Stewart, would not have been alive for me. 1 mi?ht have killed him Just as easy as 1 could kill mosquito, when he came in, but I supposed he came only to recoive our rui- i render. There had been loud aud long calls ' of surrender from us as loud as men could I yell, but, in tho confusion and excitement, I suppose wo were not heard. 1 do not le- lieve the Major or any one else Wanted to butcher us after we had surrendered. An oflioer present here stated that specific I orders had been givon to tho Marines not to shoot any body, but when thoy were fired ' upon by Brown's mou, and one of them bad been killed and another wounded, they were obliged to return Ihe ronmlimont. 'itmin' 1! I did not think it was my duty or in- terest to do so. We assured our prisoners that wo did not wish to harm them, and that they should In set at libarty. i exer- cised my best judgment, not believing tho people would wantonly sacrifice their own fellow-citizens. When wo oll'ercd to let then go upon condition of being allowed to change our position olmut a quarter of a mile, tho prisoners agreed by a vote among themselves to pass aoross the bridge with us. Wo wanted them only as a sort of guarantee for our own safety, that wo should not bo fired into. Wo took thoin in J,1'9 Urst placo, as hosta-es, to keep thorn rom doing any harm. We did kill somo ..r.....ii.. t u... i ' """""""i ' koi no one "re. except directly in self-defense. Orders were strict not to harm any one uot in unns against us. Brown, suppose, you had any negroes in the Free States what would you do with tnem.' Brown, in a loud tone and with sis Het them free, sir. empha. Your intention was to oarry them olf and uce tnem: Brown Xot at all. ' ' ' ' Bystander-To set them free would sacrr flee tho life of every man in this community Browu 1 do not think so. I...... r .t k.jkiunuui i kiiuw tuat i imiiK you ore lanaticJ. , Brown And I think vou are fanalieal. "Whom tho Gods would destroy, they first UIUKU I111U1. Was your only objcot to free negroes? Brown Absolutely, our only object. Bystander But you went and took Col. Washington's silver and watch. Brown Oh, yes; wo intended freely to nave appropriated me property or slnvehold ers to carry out our object. It was for that, nnu oniy mat. vt o nail no design to enrich ourselves with any plunder whatever,' Bystander Did yon know Sherrod in Kansas? I understand you killed biui. B I killed no man except in fair fight. I fought nt Black Jack and at Ossawatomio, and il l Killed anybody, it was at one of those places. The Surgeon having at this timo arrived to look after his charges, and the dinner Iwll having rung, , the visitors left him and bis i I companion to the getitlemun's cure. B. THE VERY LATEST. HARPER'S FERRY, Oct. 20—Midnight. A search to-day fur two suspected snies. who left by the morning train for Baltimore caused considerable commotion. '1 ho un lucky individuals were your Iteporter and Mr. Fulton, one of tbo editors of the Balti more American. " - It appears that your Ileportor was recog nise! hy a friend from Ht. Louis, while in search of items, sod spukea to as coining from Ohio. This added to the fact that he was at the timo writinj; stenography, whioh resembled some of tho duoumcots found, in the house of Cook and Brown which wore writ teu in phonography, excited the suspicions of tho guardians of tho peace' and dign'tv of the Mato, and canned him to be put under stirvoi Hence, and for a-short time under ar rest. ...-.(,!. ' . . ' Suspicion bll on Mr. Fulton, because ho uiadu fun of ail attempt to organise volunteer companies fur drill last ovening. Both left the cars for a temporary aluunce, and a hue and cry were raided, which, on my re turn, resulted as abova mentioned. Wo did not experience much ihconveiiienco,howovor, the supposed spies, it was soon ascertained, were notmng worse tnan newspaper renar turs. ' - . i ,. . . ' The day has been spent maiulv in mmi. wig out scouts, uut to no purpose. , Cook is being telegraphed about in all directions. An accurate description of him has lust ln furnished, and he is thought to be near llur- risnurg, fa., by some. 1 doubt it. A brivate teleeram savs: Mru. nw,L u.ku the boarding house of the wifs of one of urowo a sons, at JUrnsburg, Ta., tlie day Iwtore yesterday ." I doubt its truth, as she has since that time been here, under arraat. f a.tu acquilteu. . r ., j ... , . , HARPER'S FERRY, Oct. 20—Midnight. B. Violiuis, Violins. Violins. , V. U. CKOSBY has received and will J tell a Int nt tunrtnr ,,nd Vtnl.,. -.. than ever offarw m ; t -"'"i-" octs L lui aim. n ,m,rif wpf ,it the Marnat, MUSIC.! MUSLCir MUSIC!!! 1 V. II . CROHBY is daily receiving Mosie of Uut latest enbltoatlona. 1 th ..,.. All unlera from at.road will b rilled Without ex Utoliars. PuatKlr. l"T Mala atnat, Itaytoa. TEACHIHfi, TEACHING! TEACHING! V. U. OROSIIY will give lw-oll, to H ano. Vlll... Klutn. 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Alio Agents for LoBter'B Sewing Machines, Which nr aaIi tn In the nt (1oulethrenil-stltch tnnchine now In tut-. Kvery mnrhlnc tx wnrr:tntil. mu vnn he iren in opemtlun ul IN. k. UllUULAS A I'O.'S, og"- ' n Mnln t-ect. 75,000 FEET II It i iiia iii Hi y turn OX HAND AND KOK iALK AT OUR Factory 2 Oakland ONE MILE BAST OF D AYXOW, (OX TUE XGNIA TUilNPIKE HO AD,) AND AT TUG STOltB OK J. . GILBERT & CO., Under Beckers Hall, Opposite Market. A. BUNDENTHAL & STOITEl.MAN. Heckler, Ucmley&Maxton no. 3oo v "sob an st. HAVE JUST took of RECEIVED A I.AKO& tueeneware, ('hinn AVure, (llnss AVnre, Plated' wave, Brittnniu Ware, I.ookinn (liisr'i's, Tuble Milts, Tea Wuitorn it Truys, 1itnipM, all kinds, Ontlerv,8poons.Jkc. Our atock of Platnl t'kktoru, siionna, .to., are nil or thebMt qu.illty; wnrri.ritr't'. Prlreii irom $5 to ttenuh qtieciiawaru, Glaus Wttro, ao., we will aril aacheni. aa .liflnmpeat. rirnaeglve ua soall, on UIU Market .trrul, Hlil h.Llilt, ItHMLKV k MAXTON. Latest Publications! BOOKS. BOOKS! J08T REC'D. AT P AY N E S THE WHKATl'LANTi It Origin, Cultur. Growth. Devphnnpnt. Hi it tie-,, 1)1 a fan en One humlrtu Iliuitraticini. Cuiigworili on IJio Honey liva Out of the not,.. Hint.. ry ut n Womttii'i Life, Autuiiiort''tiyl of m Mituiet) Wnrnnu. . Artftiu It cic a new Int. Uivej LHomur fi now lt. l ife Im l.ltc ,, tto Tlie Ixitfiom i'oiiiienl JCcfnomy, Mid other Pftnem J(y Uriiulncy. Jut reiti'lveil. for Chi Mien, Kxeroli in Cnlorlnr. Almoitt Htiiioiifj liy ths uiithur oi "Countorfeitg." im- itrt-iiuj ui ttltH llllnl, or My IM1TV. lnMtltit Orrtlul; byMuiiio? or Ilerilr.uV t'enrt. LilcaJ rjjtiih)tu;jimiito (O.mvr llelh Her Oom iilcte .'urhai. Th Jtat;iniMi' nml MnulilnUtH Drnwlntf Book ft i-Oiiiii.'t LuiiiKi of luntriKtiun lor tlio J'inutlciil W'v Invite nil tnenh nn.1 nnmin th w- tor l.iiu ,,- vi.tn.iu a k ... 6 ' MltTiUncnim WorkB; Juvcinlo ifooki of avury kind We fJ- in Out ri'tKinit ,j h.. t i .,.u ,.r .t.n.u..i Wo iiivitt- parMcuUr ntteution to onr new itocfc f DiHitk Worx.Uitii. I.otr. r Hiwi N.U.. i'k.t.Pt. mn. ufitoxurtNl fxiiroaaly ig our urdvr, nutl wunitnUd to tv iittinf not iun. At rAYNKiS, Xo. CO, Main at. J. siiEiiwbbii, Watch and Clock Maker, JEWEEEK, OPTICIAN, &C, . cxtuu'si nijii.ino. No. 312 Tlitrd-Btreet, Dayton, Ohio, KSPEO'rKULT.V announces to tl.e oiti. t""" ',uytnn'it Ha vicinity that he hu aow -. , qi j .... .Will. 1 ... U.r, 1 ..I Pine Gold Jewelry, Conalatlnt of all tin nuweat ,lv.lKna In KlriUMao Work, lull anil half stta of tmiil, Gnrbuiiclks Puarl, (iaruclt, Lav.,, Hi, man uu.1 j lurantlue lo. akl lan.eoa, and iiumj ollicia too uuuitjoua to An rarly lu..f tlon la uollvilrrt. ti-WU!l.a and LliHskt c!oaua Slid reualr'd n thu ahorteat notice. (HJti Fine Candies! ut received MlO Imaoa, of GUM DROPS, LKMONM, I.'uiuorioo, Hopo, Kaspoerry, Strawberry Chooolatc,' Mixed' t'andios, i'eetoral thicks, lavora,fiatar'Alo.onilk. ( unveraatlonal Loicn- (va, Jio, WUvlaalsand Hrtall. IIHAMJKNI ITKU ti CO'i. ' ' Fot Rent! DWELLING HOUSE on First street, below Party at.-r.-t, co.itatullie apvon romiia Ur(o lut, and oxoelluit nolk'hlMjrh'KHl. In,iilraof a. WAIIKOHI), II 1 Jl lelterauu truel. OIL! C1TITABI.K for Sewing JUnl.inos, for sole I'V ' J. W. OIKTRir H. .1.. .'... flillltpa House. DISTIIiLERl THERMOMETIR8."- WARRANTED to It aocuruts, anJ of a uperlur o,utr, foraale hy OK G a t 'i Ea B 9 I 1 t I I t, it. .'.r.iaitn, 4MU fUUUM Uouat. I : Ing alkit Fire m. he or A f- Now A 90 I Opening Every Day! T IT , f . , I H ij 1j A XJ 1 lj O -T n , 1 IJ f tV I all IJAftnf I . ' " R H. N. H () W A H I) respeetfully in- -- mrm. me laiuri ini iir nsi rvcetveil lariie afnrtnient of m i j j j n k n r ( i ( )o i h, whli-h ihe n(Trr to Mil at a rtry imall aitvanre, at new old eatabllanmanl NO. 11.3 MAIN STREET. Vliereaherikk jkt recrlveil a le.cn ..rtmrnt ol nr.,.,. a..-. .... i . . .... I'rrni'li H.inhra, I'lokwi, 11, M...,,,, Il.ui.nlk, nr. '' lisnkM.l mr Ih .alr...im-e ao hlrilly pxli nil, .1 Howanl i.e. we Ihmh- Ii alrl. . altenll.in to met II ami rr" " "u ":"' cum inuais. r I lie ia.,c WHs, N. IIOWA KO'S, Nn. Ill Main t. r.r.iriuaraMenTl'.n pal.l to niearhlnavl'ilmmhir arrt Hepalrlnf all kiBila of s.ra.v, lirl an, I silk Bonneia. Mils. N. MOW A HII, ooJ'J-itii1 Nn. Ill .llsln at. AN OHDI3J A NCB Furthar to Proleet the BtreeU, Hun.lk, Ac, In the Oltv ot Uayton, agtlnat obatruetiona. ,..Hrr' " n nr.latne.1 lr n.e City ronn-ll of tlie Ity of ilavlna. That It af.all Im unl.ul.l l, ,,r I" " """" . ' ', HIIH'W HiK, HI If J , M1lr- He roml, jmiillr ii(tirire, nr pnhiie eommnn, within nlil lty, by er'lln(j or kf-plntr thrifou, or Ainu thP SHiiif, ntiy lvxth,iihM or ! Ami, Ioi Ihr hi eot re- frmhntf ttU, r for Any other purjKitr, likri), on uiHln iMV-t-lfins, tn oftllnst orow.l In, nn fir nifr ny Atifft, iltiwitlk. Alloy, rft.1, ttire or rom- nA, nrirenfit, to th liK-onvenieui'o or tuiiotunnf of DrtRtkiiK the itm. Hr.v, a, Kvery prrAoo vlnUttnff nnv prffrUlnn ol thli or lliince. tnny te rrjtM on view ly the Mnr- jKlinlur Any oll(-cmAii of tin V Ity, nnl uj,-m r(n- vtrtlon botnre the Mayor, ahntl he fln.-tl In Any nm lew than twenty dollnri, or t-e lnitTiinnr1 m linn lfi tl.nn thirty day a, or bofh.kt ti etJUcietionot the Mnor. hfc.,,t t- Thli orilinnnoe ahnll he In forre from and Alter iia paiBBge, . KM DhHciMt, I'rcs't. Clt) Cutiuvil. A. A. ni'TTKAI ltl.p. ( Itv ( Icrk ITew Furniture Ctore! Cabinet Makers' UNION! r ui:yi t inn:, Chairs, Matreases, &c. WABB ROOMS OS MAIN BTIIEET. BETWEE5 1ST AND SI). RAVING TAKKN TIIK STAND l'OIt mr.ly nciMiplr.l by W. ll Icapti, we are man.l faot.iniiK all mi.ja o( furniture llrat claaa war rautrl, ivlikh we are prei.ar.Ml to a.'ll at t he l.mual pritca. We are all practical wnramrn, anil wellat tur ouraetvea our wurk will give atllncli(in tnoui new cuatnmf rt. All milera for work promptly atlen.lcd to. oot j WALL PAPERS iT COST AT W. H. CALLENDER'ii NO 310 THIRD STREET. oct4 israw BOOKS JUST IlKCl'.IVHD BY WJLLA11D & WIIEATON, NO. 3241 3I ST. Itvanlnhlly AiiRiiata J. Evans. ' liirli-N iiihI (Heir I'riiiriplo A manual of Political intelligence; lij Ar thur Holme. While H nut IIornlUK liy Virginia F. Townsend. Mnn Hion I ho cu Tly Frank 11. (loodrich. Frank WIMiiihii'a A'lr'iiliiri.. on Land and Wetet; ilia, in Oil t-'olnra. I1iiIi miller's Complete Works-. in seven vols. StrulKlufwrward, or WiilkinK in the JtiKlit n etory for Rirls of nil ages; l!y Luoy KUcn Uueroscy. Pokenl, or lkr vory triumphant; Hy Faith l'ay ' ' . Holly tV IHIstlclOe-Tales; Hy KosrJie Many a LltUc Make a flUk.Ut- Illustrated. Be-llo A Ully-A elory for Ciirls WAILPArV!L"T.,K7.',n,or ,lne STATIONEnV, nrta W1NUOWPAHKB.'' A T .h? ""'"'or'l'or returns hiaain- DMmnI whfn,?;l". for th very lilx-ral R h. .n.d .il ?" "'c-lv"l In tmalnoaa SJ.ar? Kin. e?featuonery l.hll.haut tn nuirinlf,A. trcy' K""tl"neii who are well 2" oatronJI. ha'iu" "' rve a literal ahare ootS 1 UHMMI. iiING- & D' ARC Y, '(SUCCESSOIW TO OEO. OHMKIt.) Oyster S;iloonp AND TIIIKDSTIIF.ET. ADJOINING PORT OF Finn' DAYTON, O., Win keep conatantly on han.l a large variety ol. C0NFKCTI0NEU1ES, FHUITS NUTS CI UAItrl AND 'l'OUACOO. French Candies of all Descriptions. OYSTEES Hy the Can, or nerved to order by tlie Plate, 18 59. VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO. A1T0ULD call the attention of buyers fo .klhi",0c.k of now openlnirby tfm,lw. the larHnt and ht aiaorlu.u.t ever opened In theoltv. Weliavelu oarpota Velvli, JlriistiflN, 'J'npcatry, Tim e iiy, lutfiulii, Hooiiauud StiUr, Blankets anil Damasks, HOLLANDS & WINDOW SHADES CUETAIK FIXIUHES, Lace and Mualia Curtaloa, Out Cornicioa, Dan.U. lia,kl Blali Dutak ' Towelings & Sheetings T.l.l.I.lnana, Napkin., Doylleiaod Hoiiao.Piirnlkh iug ilry tjoud.Keuerally, t'LOOK, TAIILE, HEARTH AXD (JAU- HlAUBi OIL CLOTHS, atwko "UU'r rewl1'' ' ll,HHon to oui Wall & Window Papers, Board Prlnti and Oeoorallvo Papor IIhiikIok,, klnj the laigaat variety of atylua and l.HV. a lu louu.lln tlie oily. 1 ' The above guuda we oiler at low urlcck, Whulnale ntftii VAN AUSDAL DIXON, A J at ilia at., opuuitthe Court ftua.t, aaptso CODFISH. HOaSUEAI) of prime CODFISH the nlot la the luarkot Jut remlvnt nt 111 (.roocry moiof J. K. UKIIIIAHT, No. ai Jxiitai-aonat. Tor Sale! SMALL 2 itory Frame l)wo)litia, on the Hllla.iulhol aihalrret. Alaoa'J limy Frame Dwell. noo Wayneuorlh.iltl.lrent. k,,r,, ,!,... pai'tiv.iUie, Inquire ot u.e at uiy eince in i i.-Bu'a Bulldlne-. ' k, Jiool Ar aeUI It W K t!h. Very Una, at V eentu, to .y elo.e the let, at 1. N. w. at. (.hkkvs TIEliCE buMiU iieel. vt.r twoo n L N. It W. at. UJiKiN'.- 1 I i ; J ' ' 1 1 II I I sir ft n n n a r at. i . . .'. -" " mm mmifc liiniii, 74 W cot Fourth , Btreot, r KIK(JAXT DISPLAY OK - I rcius S i 1 k n and ti nhn n VKl.VKT I LOl'NCKD KOIUCH, I'ANX.'Y and WHITH fllt.K ROBES, for eveiig. IJaii'c mlHlUjuc ami Ilrocartc I) reuses, uit recelrcd from New Vora Auollon Raloa. - I'.icli Dnlnino i:be for Udic. and Miiee Shetland Wool Hhnwla Veila Nablea and Opera Hod,,t loak. and Sh.wla; Kmhroidered Velvet i,, Cloth Cloaka KnKbit and Dnttara; all the new atylea of Shawla 1 'ocea of Silki, Hilke, at bij cents rcr yard. OOiMKSTICS AND L1NKNS! Tn tliiolapvtn.ant w have a .leilrable aloak of linr.-mlnonly low Jii ., V onlen Dre (..,od Ao Plain and Trinted Morinocs and Delaines: Paris Plaid Va. I,nei,,,and nplins. Menno Under Wear, selling at Cost, lor Ladies, I lent and Children New .ly er VM MOOl- SKIRTS, ..,. ,w , flflUlli Ju mwu(Mio- DBLAND, GOSSAQE & CUYLER, uj I-i-a im Ar NEW GOODS, and we ollki them to Hniwi-keepert Tl West Foniili Mrect, Opnoalte flke'a Opera Home, CINCINN ATI, OHIO. 1850 1859 FALL CIRCULAR VK l!i:0 TO CAT.L THE ATTRITION ' t.( ourfatrnna an.t tl.e oommunlty at large lUtlf I ur chase DRY GOODS, Which we arc now recel, 'Ins and reoeive throtial.out tl.e lu'aann. Our atock will alwuya ue ivuu.l rill continue to LARCH' AND ATTRACTIVE! Cnmprlelugall the new ami varlnlfabrlcaandatylc. Of THE EASTERN MABKETB. H'e hliftily appreciate the very liberal pattonafte ami BT:,t au.-ut'ka wta have mot with aluce wo hate ra.H.Miaiiri. mo CASIISYST'M And aaauro our many Friend that we are now l'.KTTEU I'Ki: FAKED TO OFFER THEM BA11GAINS1 TUuu Ever Heretofore! L" We cordially uivlteanlnapcatloa of eurstock. JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.. iew Fall Goods! WE A KB NOW OPENING RICH SILK ROBES Fancy Silks, IN PLAIDB.B YADERES & CHEBCKB Plain Silks, Ulack Silks, IN PLAIN, LYADERE & BR'CADE CHINTZ PATTERNS, AND SMALL' FIGURES! A LARGE & ELEGANT STOCK OTTAMAN PLAIDS. Valencia Tlaids: New style Wool de Laine CASHMERE ROBES, American de Lainea, &c, To which weluvlte THE EARLY ATTENTION OKBUYKRSI Qur Terms are CS1SII, Aim mvxDW Will be found Strictly in Accortlance JOHN. VAN I) Oil EN & CO., Wo. 56, Corner Malu and 3d at. Raglans and Dusters FOB VAt.IA ALL THE NEW STYLES! A I.AUtlK BTOIUCI ovtia JOHN, VAN UOHKN CO, Michigan Cranberries. K It ARK E 1 .8 of tho heat quality of Miohi fraaherrlee, tn exoellrnt nondltlon, Iiut reoelvcd, aud lor tale at wl.oiraale ai. retail, at w" N. m, I'Uitd ft. A IN A oa earti To Merchants & Milliners! 0 INCINNATJ,. SILK HOXJs!b. W. P. DEVOU & R0CKWO0D, No. 83 rurl Street,;1.' WHOLESALE DEALERS : i SILKS, RIBBONS, HONNET8, FLOWERS, Shawls, Cloaks, DHESHT1UMM1GH, HOOP SKIKTS, LACE EM KKOIDERIKS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES.&C. : If-fiRKATINllft EMENTSonYradtoCASHand SH0HT-T1MK UI.VKUB. W. P. DEVOTJ & ROCKWOOD, aoptlk Central Insurance Co, OF IAVTO. CAPITAL, - $100,000! OFFICE-NO, 10 Knit aide of MMn itroet, between Second and Third Up tnlrt. FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE. Poltolea lamed upon all descrtptlona of BUILDING, MACHINERY fc BTOCK For one yoar or lets, and upon Dwellings mid HouseboUl Oootls, roa TitaeK teabi, Or any leai term deelred, at reatonabl ratei. BOABD OF DIEECT0E8. HKNRY HKRMAN, KOUKkTCHAMHKBS, ANDHKW RUMP. HKNHV a. OWI EH. ALKKKI) HKUUKN. l. B. OLWIN. ' ti T tnriatiKii " II K N JC V J I E KM AN , l'rosidant D. W. Inninus, Secretary. , John Kmeidlew, Purveyor. toptgo REMOVALI The Firemens InsCo. OF DAYTON; HAS REMOVED ITS OFFICE TO THE elljrthle and commodtmia ault of mum. nA. pared for lta naa. on atHMind noor Beokal.a Rull.fintf. eorner Thlr.1 and Jetterann atreeta, oniios'te the ...vrotiniiia- r. cnanp;,. i.nTrance on lltlrd atreet. Thl (Jomiianjr Inanrea on the in oat favorable trrma, llwelnnra and all deariitleni of Bulldlnfra, Furniture and JUerchandlae. Alao L'arrn ahiT,n.n.. Losses promptly adjusted and paid. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. DIRECTORS. ' ' R. 0RA1OHKAD, SAMUKL MARSHALL, .'anii'.L ai.irr.a, i. k, m kaii, HKNHV KTOIIIIAHU, V. WINTKU8, Hfc'NKV HI.KMA.N, W. L. I1AHIIUW. H. UKAIUUUaU, l'ree't. . C. Kmi.cy, loo'y. aeptS ltOliEUT OGDEN. Plumber and Steam Fitter, AO. OJ JBFER80K BTRBET, A110VB TuiIlD, DATTOM, OHIO.- - HAVINO heon a resident of this oily but ahort time Mr. O. would taaa thla niunin. aeleotlna one from ainouf a .core ol luttera he re oelve.1 from ttentlemen for whom he did work In hla ro.iT wavnb, Int.., April loth, I860. Having: had oceaalnn tn ..ma ti. .imiu. ... - plu.nhrr, I waa introduioil to r Ogd.ui, a gentle man who ha.rj.iat arrived In our oily. Thajob that waa to he done waa very dlltloult, and reunited the nloeat kind ol merhitnlain. I am happy to add that the wora waa perforated to my entlie aatlafao- ,., nnu it. a maaiero. ma art, 1 taue plraauce 10 reeommeodtiif him to my fellow toweamen. - PHIIXt HU'MSKY. He would alao tako the prlvUrae of giving one among aeveral reumnmrniUtlona lie ha. received alnoe hla rc.tuenae here: ' Mr. ilgilen hae done conahlerahle work la the plumbing Hue la aiy houae, whl;h ia very aatiafao-""'V- I. H. VOOWO. Uavoh, Aug. 10. 1849. Pumps, Baths. Water Closets and Wash-Stands, Fired and Repairtd, and on Ihe thortrtt notict, aW matt rtatonoUlt lermt. ALSO A lnrvA iiii.nlllv nr lift...i n Well and Olatern PumiHiof evervdeaorlntinn u-l.f..K re warranieo not to lreee up In winter. Ilia uoete oi au klnila, luoh ae W.h-s.n.l u,.. tar and atvan. dicki. Together with all kiude of Mr. y. hH j.iat received another targe eupply or pipe of all kimla, to which he particularly callt the attention of thoae who dealre work In nut Uue, Allkludaof Uatha made and miilrnl. i ol'uli paid fur Laud and 1'awter.naa Second Hand Buggies Carriages W.W.PIIILLIPS'OLDSTAKD! 4tliit.bel.JeMrKoii Ast.Cluir. A LAIU1E lot of lecond hand Buiriiiua and Carrlacea for aana at vrv in - .. oota " ' Grace Vines. THE Subnoribor ha on hand, and In" the beeteon.lttlon.lo.OooCatawlia Grape two y.aii old, whluh he will aell for aao Idol) ,0UU Uu'' wll''!h he wiU Vine Route, fur SA per He Invltea fruit aventa mnA n.t,j. n -t M all- CnftTTK. ' ""J1" J-unatlo Aavlum, so the Ueavertowa MoadV WILL FIND A riNB LIABOr : Cloaking Cloths,:0 PLAIN AND FA NOV COLORS I f JOHN, VAN lKHkN CtA BRICK UWKLLlNtt, and al.out e)een aereaof rmund. about mil. ,,,.1, nt r.-u,..n the Mlver HoajI, hat excellent aud aiuaif all under r.MMleultivatloo. rfcKM one thou.anduollareoaab.aad fcae hai ue In one 01 two yeare. luoulre of L U. IIII.MV.u MyUOslAirlB