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Dayton Daily Empire.
Dayton Daily Empire. DAVID CLARK, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. Thursday Evening, Nov. 3, 1859. mvmu. i.x -.1 ;wffiMgL' - - IT Resdin M illeron Every Pntre .j J)uFiir Locals, Tsle-rnnli. an J other matter of interna anil Information, una First and Fourth !'(. Cool. Th Cincinnati (inrctle .mteslinK vene. mentlv aoinot Dsmooriit olirftinn tha He. publican party with the Harper' Kerry Insurrection, cooly puMishri from the Xenin New the (tatement that it was "tlie murder of Uroderick" wliich induced Thomas K injt to rut tliil Republican ticket, roiiririri also from tlie New, without n word uf com Bent, til fullowiiig .- "Mr. Ktin(t in not tlif) only liijrh. minded patriot whom thin taut tieerl ff a jtrnltijate and tlrrpcratf administration will inilm-e to resort to the only practical nitwit fur in t-ser hrow." lUtTCiipt John Kni ia the diatinuNtir I Kanaae correapnnderit of the New )'ork Tribune Albany rua. I'd. A r,m. .hnul.l .nlr.nl i.a r.a .,.i. niee, inatead of divine; currency to new. The aboveiifalao -i rrihu.ie. The only comment nccea.ry tipin this impudent denial ia the following receipt from Orecley & Co , f.mnd in the pockela of Kagi after he wae killed : TRIBUNE OFFICE, April 20, '59. MR. J. H. KAGI: Sir Vonre ie rec. ived, anl we enelonc our check for forty one dollnre, for eeven letters from Kanaae and two from Ohio. Yours, &c., HORACE GREELEY & Co. Giddinga aleo denied, but thcle ttcrs from Old Hrowns carpet enck convicted him. What ia Chtute denial, then, through the month of "C'uptnin t'ook" of the State Jouri nal worth ? Governor Chase. The Ohio State .Journal published a sort of denial that Clinic ever knew of frown's compiracy, and ray it does it by (.'haae authority. If (iuv. Chase eipects any body here to believe this denial, ho must take eome other method of mnking it known. "Capt Cooke" of (he Stale Journal is bad authority. Is Thomas Ewing "Crazy?" A Kepublicna paper gravoly publishes the following: Hun. Thos. Ewing. so distinguished as one of the most prominent lenders of llio Whig ! hosts of Ohio, in other dnys, voted the lie- i publican ticket nt the late election. The ' reason he gave for so doing is significant of a profound sensation which is even yet it in ring men's minds, from one ocean to anoth er. Said he to an inlimato friend, not less distinguished than liiuisill, and now an can nest worker in the Ilepuhlican cause: "It wae not your advice that finally determined me to vote your ticket; nor was it your c!o- quent appeals Irom the stump. It was the murder or Uroderick ! j What will Thomas Kwing do now about me many muruers committed hy Urow n V Co. nt iurpcr'a Kerry, and the many thou sand more intended by thoso who nided and counseled Hrown in the conspiracy 1 ONR OooD TuN DliSKKVUS ANOTIIKn. When old Hrown, tho leader of the insur rection at Harper'. Kerry, wn. wounded and supposed to be dying, M'ljor Russell, of the marines, kindly ordered him to be con veyed to a room in one of the departments, and all attention paid to him. lirown looked up and recognizing Major Russell, .aid: "You entored firtt. 1 could have killed yi u, but 1 .pared you. In reply to which the Major bowed and raid, "1 thank you.'' NEWS ITEMS. There are in S- ltnn, Ala,, fourteen artesian wells; which have an average depth of ahuut M feet. Robert Wells ascended in a balloon al Charlestown.S. C, on Tuesday, and "landed" plump in the river, near Drum Inland, Thousands of wagons are now on Ihe roulb from Missouri, destined for C.rHiwn, Collin, and the adjoining counties of Tt-x.ia, A seedling I Ureton Pear tree, nt Newbury port, Mass., bore seven hands of fruit this si a eon of ibe finest quality. Omuibusses, the 6rst men in Syris, linv I gun to run at Iieyriiiit Crowds of natives stood gating at them for hours Willi wundcr and admiration. LolaMynte. ia residing at Brooklyn, N. Y with some intimate friends. L ent. Heald left her iu his will an annuity of X5IIII during life. The State of Kentucky claims the norlh bank of the Ohio River, below highwaler mark, and suits have been brought to recover the landings in front of the city of Cincinnati. It is said that Siduey Webster, private sec retary to President Pierce when President, will shortly lead to Ihe alter the accomplished daughter of one of the most distii-gnished and wealthy politicians of the Empire Siate. Mr. Alfred Itobinsor, ol Hsrl ford, has in bis potsettioD a Hebrew ab.kul, which is .up. posed to be worth $100 each. The Canadian, are so annoyed tl the "inva sions" by roughs upon priie-fiht occasions, that thsy have requested Ihe Governor Cencr al's interference to preveut them iu future. The cheapness of coal for locomotives in cnm. parison with wood ia daily demonstrated The Hudson River Railroad Company has re eently added six more coal burning locomotive to their road during the last four months. The whole number now in use on this road it lliir-ty-oue. The burning uf cool reduces the cur rent expenses of a locomotive forty five per cent , an item that sdds largely to tho profits. Daniel Lock, a plasterer, of London, who earned thirty shillings a week before the strike recently committed suicide by taking luudua num. In his posesion waa foai.d a piece of paper, upou which was written: "Whst Cato i did and Adiann approved of, inuat l.e right. God protect u.y unfurlunate family." The remains of Napoleon II, Duke of Rich audi, now rconsa iu the Church of the Ca puchina, at Vienna, by the side r f thoie of Ma riaL iuise, bi. mother, but an arrangement has been made by which tho body of the young Naa poleon will toon be removed to Paris and placi d In the Hotel dia Invalid, by lb side of hie illustrious sire. Tb gentleman who look fifty nine premiums at the Lynchburg fair is now al the Richmond Va., fair, with his bird of cattle, numbering eome siaiy.four or upwsrds. His name it John Crotiae, and lit bails from Campbell county if that Bute. Recent paper announce the dtalli of Mr. Edward Jsiues Tl.syi r, lately Ilia Diteetor General of the Post ollice in France, and a mem ber of th Iinperial Sei. ale. M. Thayer was a sou of th 1st Jsn.es Thayer, a nativa of Rhode Island, sod a lineal descendant of Roger William, th founder of Rhode Inland. IT A police officer and . militia captain bsve be Oghting a dual at New Orleau. The iMUf M Wouudsd merely, [From the Cleveland Democrat, Oct. 31.] The Confession of the Negro Insurgent Copeland. l!i;.w we fnt the cnifensioa of C ipehni a rr-sident of Ol-erlin, who w inii,-terl in thin city for rtirtioip.nirin in the Wellins-'on Rescue C'e, who lelt Oberlin on .M)nUv, the lljih of October, for lliis oUy. where he remained until Tuesday evcninif, the day ol the annuel election, at the louse of Mr. tease Murtevsnt, and then doperted to j .in the arsny of lirowit. It will be anon that tupcland implicate the bmtlicr I'fuinb naipn luniD, kiko one lit the inuiore, bit- inir nun ttio money to 20 to Harper e rcri'v to i"in the army of Itrown. and ihin Mm itonil luck in hi tindorUkimr. II . I. . i no i-i:.ussinn iu voluntarily inn-m 10 Mr. Julinmin, of thie pity, Lulled r-'t itcs Manlial fur the Northern District of Olii . .ml to Mr. Martin I ,,it.,l ,.. t,l...l t . iv . i, ' . fu. . . , i.-r mo hi-wiiti, i.ia.rn. ui vir;iiiiii. vui'O' land wee infortno.l hy both thee i Knntlemoii, pri'vtiiue to hie eonfeiMiiin, Ihnt there waa nu poeaihle chance to ante hie life; that the prouf waa ovcrwhl.nini( nv'ainat him, nnd the primmer eceuiod fully to renin i hit eit' uation. lie wiehed, elaudinx, aa ha em, on the vrrce of the grave, to toll nil lie know alirmt the conapimcy, and lie compliiined hitt. rly that he ahunld he made to miller death, havine Icon pushed into tlis nmltrr jhyolhrra, who ahould have known hotter, ' mid w ho in i (I him tia a tool lor their wicked jdeaine. I nlil tiOorhii waa fully iiupliunted : he iloiiiea knowledge of the itiaurreclionarr j f ,.",r,';,"10' "l0 "I "i"iun. -y."r hia only lliouijlit wue that of etc.il.n- n,t. H't toaenil lli.'m to Liinal and there Iree tlieiu The confeaainn tiiua voluntarily Hindu haa not beforo been puhlinhed, and we R:vo it liclow to the end that tlione implicited mnv, while the poor dupe, of their troiaon and bia own folly etiil lives, dulund ihem aelvee, if they can, of the prnve ehare ('opehind ciiiiffBHiun in ;i lie a uainat t lie in: liieetiun Are yuu John t 'upalunl, ol Ob' i-rliii, and the emue pera .n that was indict' ed Inat yenr at Cluvehitid, for rcacuinj; the slave "John?" Anawer 1 am. Q. Io your parents reside in Obcriiti? A. They do. . Who induced you to enter into the 11....,.,. ..-...,.... A. J. II. Kagi and John llrown.jr, wrote ; letters to l.eary nt Oberlin, which 1 eaw.and ! waa thus induoed to go into it. j t. Who furnished you the means to como to S'irgioill? AC , i m , , . . Kiilpn and Samuel numb gave me too Ilinnev. l". to bear inv unanses. t What other Oberlin persona were Harper's Kerry? A. None but l,?ary and myself. at ..'hcreJt.teT.. no una aii.cu in uie r.vernear mo ium I l Kid you come throuch Cleveland? i a Ya . .1 .'.i . i). Oil What day did you leave there? ' A. The day of tho October election : ... V , iui'is i here did you stop at in ClovclanJ? A. I stotped Bt Isnao Stlirtevnnt'a.ou Wal nut street. Was there from Monday noon until Tuesday evening at nine o'clock. ' t Did Mr. ond Mrs Sturtevant know ah.it you wore going to Virginia fur? A. Jlrs. Sturtevant did. Sho was the ' m t .ll.A k , per n Who talked With me about It. I sup. pose Mr S. knew it. O Whore did Plumb give you the monev. unil win) was present? A. Ralph Plumb gave it to me. Samuel Plumb and Lcary were present It was in Plumb's ollice at Obcriin. l. Did the Plumbs know where you were Horns? A. les, and witdied us good luck, and gave, mo the money just beloro leaving .Mon day morning. IJ. Did Charles II. Langston see you in Clcvclund? A. lie did, and knew I was coming on to join Urown's company. O,. Who dirocted you to go to Sturtevant'. at Cleveland? A. Irf-ary. lie was directed by John Hrown jr., to go there. tj. Did you henr Ralph Plumb, on the day the Blave "John'' wn rcaoued, urgo persona to go to Wellington, and if.o, wheref A. I did, JIawaaon tho pavement, in front of War.on'e grocery. Q Huve you any knowledge of an attempt iuo-o uii ui.m ruui.uu III any utner CMUte or region oi our country r A. 1 understood tliut there waa an inten turn to attempt a movement of that kind in Kentucky about the sums time. tt Did you know fr.-iu Itrown or any oth cr person ttuit help win expected from the slaves in the neighborhood? A. I did from Urown, tliut help would come from the slaves; but 1 did not under stand at any time, until Monday morning alter the light had commenced, that any thing else than running off slaves was in tended, 1 being at tho Ride works, hull a mile Irom the engine house. 12 Did you learn from Hrown or nny ol the com puny that persons nt Harper's Kerry sympathized with llicra, or wcro in any way connected with the movement? A. From Hrown 1 understood t li.it llioro were laboring men at Harper's Kerry who wished to get rid of the elaves.ond would aid in running them off. Mr. Isiuia Sturtevant, in acard in this na- pcr of Tuesday, denies all knowledge of the fuel, elicited by the letters found wiih Hrown or of hi. box No. 1730, ut the Post office in this city; being used ns the receptacle of the treasonable letters. Airs. Sturtevant, in a card in the Plain Dealer of Saturday eve. ning, somewhat contradicts her husband's story, but promises a full story of the mat ter i ne Murtevants, man nnd wilo.and the Plumbs, Ralph and Samuel, will have a uhance to do battle uguinst distinct charges; the former, of having their house made the meeting place of the insurgents, and the Int. ter of giving money to the poor dupe Cope land to go to Harper1 Kerry to join the army of Hrown, to murder the citizens of that place, and to uid in inciting insurrection among the slaves, and to subvert the Government. Copelund is nut yet tried, and it may be days before he Buffers the penalty of the law, and of hie own folly and the crime of others, and if possible to clear their skirt, of the great oriuie, these person, implicated hud better do it bclore he ia sent to bi. liod to give an aocount of tho thing, done upon earth. As the case now stands, hi. blood must be upon their hands. I I 1 i , I I CITY DYE HOUSE. Ho. 292, cor. of fifth and Stona Streets 'PHIS IS ONE OK THE OLDEST AND v rnoii reunnje douwi in Tlie v ettt. PnrticulrtU'ntirm will heaven tod vein t OllAl'K SIIUVLS, tcHrlet,CrlniuiitSitlinon nnil nil other fttney colors rtio,urut:u,nuu uriutvu umwii uieitueu to uruei I'olord Cnriet H'nrn. (r All onlnri kept OonmtHntly on hitinl, for, file, Wllliirnir Ul teinil rI Ilia IMU PlClUtl, I lie Ut ffOIIUe. SINGLE CO VjuKblLTa, n.ft.Ie to oi'ler tor ouftniuer. AnU all Kindi of it u u Juruu. mAiiurtuiturrO In the slioi tent iiuaidble iiine taauit ouauuiieri. A kuoU atotK ni CnrpeUouuntdutly Heyt C'AHH Mftld Tor k uod carpet rugs, or CMrjt tmgt t ten ioKjhu)Keruritriet. i aiu very maiiKim to titepupnc lor tneir gcnt-'roui EAtioarKe,nii(i retipoctlully noiicit A coiiUiiuhiicvi ul u uttmu. I AprU-lu tllv J WM. TL'HNtH Light for the Million I Cost only One Cent an Hour. Til E introduction of MACK'S POUT A HLE GAH UKNKHATOU Into thli eitv hi demoo- utritteil tliudtutsoAUKlouiily (IVaVlfcul, that Ha isioiT m uow wuttiu tuo rAcn oi an. n not ouiv liuhis t!i.',!cfio( INUUhTHV MHii th M ANSlUNHot tlie WKAU'HV.but will dlipel the (l-rkuen Irom lii. HOjiKk of thoiie in the huuiblvr wttlk ol Ilia. ren dei i uk them cheerful Aiitl happy, by ulskWug GAJ wiwttn luvir oioriiit. law mi j. isnitKuon uro.'a Hnrttwitru Store, Mnln it reel, Uaytou, aud wituetii the uuveitiiful trluuiph ol thia ilKht over nil otlieri. All the IteHUtlftil nntl vai.oui dt if(nt ol LAM I'd, BKAChlK I'H, FiLNUAN'l.Hna C 11 ANDK LI k , luf Hitllti, Fariort, aud i liuiuln-a, which it'i ve the flouhle iurionea of t)KN AMfc-NT iuU LH.HT.oou- atautly on haitd anti rtmtly to put up os short tie. Arru(taiiiUeAU bm mudm with the under alined to ll((Ut COVMYUV tHUkc'UKI, H AI.U.HTOKKH. Huoia aud KtaiutiWi r.a, ou favortil) termi, a ml warrautd to gWm nllaracttt tt. 1'aJl liMuiiUtly f wlill th aaatirtmaut la itood, aud malt your sim. tloua, W, W. JU WINCUaVisL. aprtl-lytittldlwaaj BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. I t r.m of I'n.HOTt. W ATI Mr,' tn tliig or nny " i . f . -ett r.wi-i . ... in. ii if irn Hrf ojntfrf. if. 1h r-miln n H- e-n n hy Thr BmtBUVAN.fli,ifi Hon rrh WAKKH. j Relieve (nuahs. t'M."oeV Throet. WIm A.N H PU.Mu.Mi! W A V t . H ri orarnrst. UH Van Pi l,M".'lo WAt'KKM Believe Asthma, Hnmciims, nlffliilt itieatalug. Uln AN H I'l I.MijNIi- It AKPKS qelleve S.lllli, of II 1.0.I, I'.li.e In the Cheat. IIUVanh UI.Vl'SIl) WAFKHS , ' Relieve l'-i.rnt r-.n.nmi.tion linn lil.eaari. ' .' Hhvawh HI'Lwun 10 Wakkhh Relieve Irritation of the fnila and Tnnaila. i eiiidiie n K tt AN'M PlII.MtlNIO WAKKRN Relieve the above I o-nptslnts In Ton Minlitet Hit Y A N S I'll LMuN I',- W A ! Kits k" ell i i-aea an rnnstitnttnas. .... . . . A N N IT I. M 0 ,N it; WAKKH.1 r" ""l""1 W vnclH'i find fiiMIc Speakers. IIHYAN'rt ri.l.MilMO WA1'K1:M Are tn a annole for and plianant to the taate. IlrtVAN 8 I'l I.MONIO WArKlid Not oaly rrliere, hut rlteet reilil apdlaattn.- Cures. li kia.uk I'l I, VI i. NU; IIAtKKfl err one.! . f Ar warraitted tn vlve aatl.ffietlun to ev No ramlly aliould be without a bn: nryau a Pulmonic Wafer If Tint mil a::. No Travelor should bo without n supply of oiyaua ruimonio wsietfl l a ma I'.u kKT. No perai.n will ever ohjeet to givo Bryan s ruimonio Wafer TwrwTV l lvr. i i .ri Jl.n vihi;s, Sou-I'mjn u tor, tlo hr.tcr, N.Y. old ' W. W. IK WART, siyll) Oaytoil. Ohio. A HANDSOMK HKSlDKNt'K, one mile west or laton,B the mice overlooking the 'the city, with upwards nt r. lir seres of land. IThegrouua I. well aiockvu will, baa.ina fnilt trees, grapes, strawtieirtes, rsd-rrie., Ac", and pientv .,r.hmMa.r) . House two-sti.ry,e!Bht r.mnis, in K'"'u enaction, large Mllar,au4 outhuiMlugs A.i attraetivepiai-r. Tern-, seasonal..,.. :HAS K CLAHKH, Clegg a uullulag, t street, CIIA3. E. CLARKE, a B s am . aiaaam -awaa) It Ji A J i l,tS 1 A T K GENERAL ACrKNT. WI I.I, buy nnd sell on (,'nmmiaainn Heal K.lal-ol all kindi, U.mda. l.an.1 Warrants, Notes, Mort(aea, o. mike yollectioni anil iii-kii- tlate loans. v III lo.-ate Land Warralita, InHiioa projieity at rraaonahle rail's In ;ood raiNinailde Corn pan lea, and do a (feiieaa) Kgi- ncj anil coin ml-tlou loialiii-a. I .f-No cliarge unless sa'e is made. OIQoe with T. J. a Smith. Esq.. C'lecs;'s llnllilliig, Thlnlatreet. - u-radnated JUands ITIIK undersigned is nrennred to nbtnin 1 l-aten'. toe all persons hoidunr .Im.iioatea to. n.rou'.vi'1 u" wl"ch h"r "ot lH"'n Th recent statement of ll.e liei.artment that all 'allies on hi Ii pat nla are not di lu ered will lm cani-ellfd, r.'n,li.a It of tlieutmoat iiniMir'ance lhat ,,rt. .h.n.i.i .,r. n,.ir tin... .. ., eats, or they villi lr.evltat.lv lose their laiol. v ohlalinnr uat ru a, or ini'y ill ir.pviiai'l) loae ineir.aiol. I'artl, s leavtnr their ilnillcatra avith ine for (hat (iuroe, will tie charged .loth.ns; unless 1 suucseO in old.'tiiiius tli.li iialetila. o. tt CHA. K. rl.ARKR. Arrnt. FOR fiAT.T.t ei t ii . J-L JJOllarS an Acre! Ii'"'' a-'"d farm in Durke County, ( miles i.""''1 ,of l,n,"n acres Tinder good v...,,,nn,m, oamucr coo.1 runner; rtcn Dlaelt soil. Frame ,u. a r,, Uau.oniVly Ituated, and .irroun.lr.l k a Iiicmi mine, iinii.1 (iinii. I.,nn, mrn - ...oiNir, ou i.uimitiKa. uiiou Hearing Orcli od with all kliuU of liuit. Tola Is a great baigaiti. i;lf AHI.KS K. L'l.AHKl', ailg 25. Ileal Kstntc Agent, Cleg's Hull.linir. FINE FARMS!! WILL HE TAKEN PRAT PAYMENT. IN 1 R ACRES, six mile from the Ciiv, be . . 'ween the Brant and Valley Turnpikes, and two miles Irom Kuei.lv tl vat loll, balance goodtiu.ber, 'rum Kiieisty't Mills, so acres under cul I Wr, AC KL.i cicollcnt land in KhoH? w-' couniy. it,', in lira rnmi Kidney, and I!. mien, rum 1'ort Jetieiboiif 1(H) ncrra uudf r cuHivn tiou, b::iin' K"d timber Orohmii of ftrnlttd umi. gooa irtiute Iioumsj. Uun, atHhle. ioru crib KTAU-iy. Ac. Three uogd aprliiga nud a good well. r-iji UVItltkUIVJIIs;, AL.SU: VI awuiv.'i in HuiioucK cDuntVi nortr a wtt " a Hntirnail atntlon, good liou and beat quality 01 (nitd. iuu ncrt'a niipiovL'u. ALSO: IINK Suhtirhnn property in lull viow or, and liAiidaoincly ovirlootciiiir tho city. Thoae nnvuiR propei iy lotxcjitingu wiUllnd it tu their Iu tereat tocaU upuu CHARI.KK F, CLARK, nut fi, Ck'CK'a Uutldliiff, nx St. Land, Land. 1 WOULD u!ill aUontioo (o Land now of rered to exihni;e lor City Property or tiooila, OHIO Slu-lhy, IUbh, Allen, IV fiance, Henry, t'ulton. lJ rkn and Wllliftmat'oiiiitlea. INDIANA HiUMlolph,W'HtlH,Watii,Kh,SjLark, Jnaper, Pulaakland Lake (.'ouuties. xuui.vjxa Luvvrt'iict-, KuhiauU, UrawttirU and JnBjier Count iva. MItlBOURI t'h.iiiion.U HHl.iftirtoii.M'idisim Kipley, Hoyno!da, Uregoa and Mitiiuiuil l4unuv. IOWA Scott, Mucin. nan, Uuone, Cedar and Van Unren ('ountlca. MINNESOTA Uukotn, lt;.nis.'v, IUc, Scutt and MuLeod Countlea. The above are choice tamU.tuid will tmexi haitirod on the nioat deairaUleterua on mipllcHtion 10 Ki M AS. it. UL,AltKK( J V . CIckic'i aUuiUUiiif, Third atnet. FARMS, TWO JTANDSOMK find highly improved frtrma, ljlnir about 4 mi lea north ol the. oitv. 15 ncrea each, til V WiUl'MU will bo taken lu part payment. ALU, fin Hcrca In Hnncnck County, not far from the county ncM, ami three lourtha ol a mile lroui aiml madatatiou. iou acrea lutprovtd, balance exvoilvut tiiniM'r. cry haw land, and will be nuld at a bar gain. ALSO, ivMiacreaooe mllenortli weatoi Union City, well improved) a cre.-k running through tho centre, never failiiiir wattr. larito ham. irood buariuir or chard! ipringa, as. ALSU, 14 acrea lu Darke count v. urt rood tlmberi rood Ifiud. a iNo. 1 hivrn. ixtlnted. iruoti houiu. U.1.UW) dowii, balance on long time. A L-U, A number of other farmavariouaiv located arriall very cheap, together with a lare amount uf deaita ble city property ol every deaenption. CITY PROPERTY 1 1 Jeileraon at. A handanme Lot. Weataide, below Kill at. Mil fill Frame upon it. Second St. Uouae and Lotbs.uw Perry, north aide. Himau, Two-tory llrick Lareatidoonveuiiint. Lotoox K). Drowuat. tippoalleiluckeyeit. Large llrick Uuuie and lartje Lot. CUKAP. Oiowu at. Cornerof Ann. Two Btory Double llrick liouae. (rood Cellar. Well. Cietern, &o. Will r.'iit to pay 10 i-r orui. n ue luveauneni. McUouough it. Oppoaite Uarr. Two-atory Frame House. Lot ftoxl fiO. Filth t. Cornerof Montgomery. Fine Lot. Small Frame Huuae. ALSO! FORTY LOTSI On the Hiilbetween3dand6thati., and s large auinber ol vacant Lota iu tlitli-ient parta of the city, Kor tie ohip,ur tocKchangnt'orothvr propeny CH At. V. CLARK K Kti'tl KHtate Agent, CIckh'b Uullding,2d at. Farms. 0.4.1 ACRKH in IllinoiH, 4 milos from Sum O t t ner, on the U. & M. H. II.. one hundred nuref luiproicd, the remainder tluit-tr oi'oud quality, There are twoirond Dtrettlha! If nuspaon tht'rfm laea.convenient out-houaea, and U thoiuldatol a good aettiemeut. Thia farm ia ottered at the low price ef !C per auiUjiiuiug luucu iraa man 11a value, roraaieny ('HAH, K. Cf.AUKK, Real ILatata Agent, adatrvet. City I'roptiij-Dcbiralitc Iltbi- 414'IMfl roffrif for trnU on niasooftlile terms, a new and haudauma reiiUeuue uxi d itiect. bc Icw Perry. The Htiuaelalarge andoonimodloua, withallthe modern improvement nnd uouveuieuc-ea; la linely locatml.andln a good noihhorhood. W ill beold oheap, ilappliualiou lautadeaoou. VHB K CLARKK, mhB RoalJ.atate AKeutClegg'i. Building. FOR RENT. - A FINK ttore room on MnrkM utreot, very uiUnie ft.fi. Grocery er Kattn Ktmae, beiiifr thatp.trtot the reoiu uow occupied hy K. A 4 T. T. inre. that frouta on Market atreot. mv it.fit).u. 4 r -i mi feet dtei. Aian, i .aiire room oa the aeeond floor. iMttsin fl aultablelor , ollh-e. Kntruinie ou Third aLi.-ttt inquire of K, A. 4 T. T. M re, or (' 'IM, K. CLARKK, Jy ; Real tatate Agent, 3.1 8t. CaBAP FARM. " 1 00 10 from the city im- IVJJ proved, orchard, uorlnra, to. I 16 acrea timber, aud awrea bottom, Vrlo $40 per tKi. For -ale by I'H At. K. CLARKK. M HmI IteUif Agent, Id. trait. ! I i I S , ! I j i I I j , ' i : I I i rJAI.X GUUAV. J 0 ti fin tl:H I inUrt frt-n the ttv ' !. eit frt.lt lnc, r i-i f . -e-rO-n I '. HAH, K, ( LAHKW, T-Mrtl i i . t.n(i fr-ny fiM.j-.-f .,! t A vrrv !., rshlr p!. i ' In Cjnmt ' tt . T, t. ' .1 ' . i . .11 r( i,TW two H(f7 Mrlrk 1 1 1 n sj (iimt on lirnwit ttrt, fh will H Til.: INVt.TMI NT. Mf Setile tl)' max. cumir, ' - .ta'e etulMia., M amt. rv Durnienrv , " ' ' ' .. fl " " " nnnnmmie neaiacnra on ftlh St., . iirrn m.un ami i.iiiiiom; 2 .tnry Hrlrk,il !"''' "" 1 '""''"; Imi.i,.m..1 )r,l. py. . .. . . . turn tr i'na inn., ileal K.Iate A ent. I If.u'i. It.l.ilnt , , ,f. STOCK of DRY GOODS, for which A I Rood IMI'luiVKU KAUM w.ll he eachanrrrl. ItMimie ol' atiK' n I. I.. I I.IIIKI, Oent'a H'UMInK, Third at. OUT JOT. A '' ' N ' t o 1 V II ill, oontnining ix 'S eii-a a-aiitlfnlly .llnatedwlll !. told rlioau. oil iiiTillr.l ii. rlieau, oil aiiplh'atiiili In ritA. K Ct.AltKK, Real Kbfate. AKellt, Sil at. eet. aprin ANDWAItliWIS I'dCCllT Jt SOI.O ' J t Dnfimmtt mi.fetnn nr (.,.sat..i u , Kauaau, Ni l, rank., or Alia.onrl . hy I II s. K. f't.MIK K I Third tr...l ARB VOII INSUfiM)! I f A M Keady to tnko rieks lor suhtnnlinl ' A iiwnio, In the e.ly and roonlry oil laiorhle. term.. 1 repieaent (lie following coinpanli m. ,nl f ean rurniah niuplv relieneet. here a to the rellahill ty ol eilhei: i MiaiUHANiy Insurance Company. ok iiaktVoki), COX.V. Capita 1, 8200,00 0 . M a 1 1 ! j n tTa n F i r TT ins. Co. (INCORPORATED 1SD1.I orrici;, No. an, umi n. v. I CASH CAPITAL, ;CABH 8URFLDH - - 92SO.O0O. - - 3123,000. I I'l'IIl Fil'i"' IllC'llVlIW.A frt ,7, 'ji s ui u i tin. v VU. I 'I( I it i vT if 1M1'. . . '' 1 ' . J. " "'. n. V. UAOn lai'11'AL, a200.000, rm. i.1 ri,.,.,' . chas. i.. t lahkk, AKe.it, 'leitK s Biilldlnif, sd at. ,' YOl To the Citizens of Dayton & Siurrounding Country. !I TTrr III' k'Vivvv ,., . .- ... L ,,Ta, iwiHot m w wa lt'J ' , nu' P tvT P. fjl, Ci L U tV COOt (i OilOfi blOrfi. J v u, uiwu MsUJbj I'll 1 1.1.1 1'S IIOI'Si:, , ..-.oa, Mstn at , 2 doora south of Thlrtl I'sthepla.erornAltCAtNS.ashls.tnclrof Catnm ";le ...t. and M.oe ia unusually iniKe, and . leai- raoiv uoill as to Var etv And. uuitlltv. Ilia lloota.iid anoea are Ovah, and mado of the best quality of stock, and nie ulfeicd at Jieefueetf 1'riees, articles iiZil... I accommodated with the t-est hael.oolssn.t shoes ..ttheirownM'Ices-Tnreasol, ijon't buy your limits and shoes elsewhere, before I . - " iu eu nt puces lo Slllt the times t ome one and .ill to Onrire llochwalt'i City Boot and Miiie Store, fhilllpa House, Main at, ..'doors he low 3d at., Ihiyt'in, and ou ill never rt-gietlt. II ola rth.l .shoes Uiatlc to O'li. T. octia-m.iix.nmv t;i.o. iioih'.valt. BKN PHIi-TKH, .Maj.iille, hy. I l-'l'LTON M. I'OW, Cinciiiustt. CITY frOBACCO Kur tlie tii.icclioa ami asla o I LEtlF TO 2.1 V CO em VATKLV AND AT AUCTION. I'carl street, botwooa Plum and Weatorn Bow CINCINNATI, OHIO. PIIISTER & HOW, Pp. OrRIKTORS. Auctln-i S.le-vcry WKONKSI) VY Special atten tion lo PHI VA'l'K SALI-:.-- every iliiy. Muruuc 'I'll rev HI out lis) Fntel FKliS P1.VK1) liy (MTV (.11 IHNANCK. JOSEPHHW, JACOB O.PHISTEB, City In.pectnr. (Lain of Mayavilln, Ky.) Coi icsiioiijing Clcik. J"ll very carelul to atlilresa your Letters and I yur - uiiMtJiiiIK-UIB ' w II r.l.LKR VI I I'UU VC'I.O WAHKK'JUSK, CI.M.'IN.N A'i'l, OHIO. (IIM4-i!.tHl Fresh Baltimore OYSTEUS. T U K Subscnlii-r tulce. itrcat plcnsura in A uallliiif the attention of his customer anil citi zens generally to his extra hinnils ol Kresh Haiti- ...., ...,.-,. -ri'ui-ive.i natty .iy l-.aireas. All or tors prompt. y lilleil at ( iiiclnimli p. ices. Also, a lull supply ol Cove sun Spioeil Oyaters. orllotmsa!sujuatrci!.;iveil a large and choice supply Fine " Candies. or every possible style, nnil Confections of CVCly ,li..rii,ll,,n. " AIbo, toys of every cnncelvalilc shape anililealcn. 1.1 a word, ho has every lhl.nr nice In hl line, anil luvlti the public toualland examine. f. 1. WRLTV, Jf lZ?J?iiii'U,1,J- M"ln a"'1 l-'uurth. Oysters, Oysters ! THE FINEST IN TOWN! AND NO MISTAKE!! f N. it W. M (lliUKN are now receiving ilally by FxpicM.lhetlncat llaltlninrr Ovtters of ttieseari.in. We are the only IVentern Amenta lor this Company, ami as wo rccaiv llieiu il.reot from the Pacsllis lliniae. we pan ml ..,ii n i.n... ... dealers ami latiitllt-s at unprecedented low prices. . h, Iuanll,, . u wa.raui an oyaiers sold by us to bo ireah ni.il (rood, ninienibir the plaeo, 5i !i?2!llnl ' Uajtuji, 0. ootltt-dtl F1NKE & L EG LE It Have removed to their NEW STOIIE, NO. 307 SECOND STREET, Eakei'a Bailding, WITH THE LAHGli.1T AND BEST STOCK OF CLOTHING, AND GOOIM KOU MENU' -WEAH, -liver olTcrcd lu Dayton. OUR .took of rilSCK (iOODtl, to make ud V to menure, is larjte and varied. r For past lavors we return many thanks, and hone to merit lutuic ptl. outage. ' clil4Ur"' ,""f' fINKE 1 I KOLEH. To the Public at Larffc. r PUE Hubruribor returns liis.lnceretlianks - mini n tm eStatilluhinuQt Ut Meati. Lviiv t- v..n u nll KII...I . " . i '"r.nllIIU n Ill'llllf 1 x'iis tit? uarr, till KM II Tai In ri...... .. . , f,..Hi. . ueaerviiiB the in,tioiiKe hereto. 1 r upon him. 0 hr "creio , each day until the 1st of November, to 6 o'clock nut lug H. UUCKK. VhOM tho itbnve it will lie seen that - ,, tl, el-.-,., mu( we have bectime nrourietom oi ,Mp . Kuowneoufectionerv eatahliHhmeut.roiirT.r aV-V ane teuona stiueta. li.n tn m.... i,. . : receive th., ,V ..7.." . , " ' , " ""pe 10 and r ,k.V.j;,s,U ..S' '.TVil'aE rrlendt May te proper tu allow ua. Nomina aha.'' b. 1 tar..T'KTJ?rs par pan to make our estahn.hnie.it liat I i . oe- L 1, II v . vi, 1 . J septn - -"-. Grano Vines. THU . . .iiliscnlur has uu hum , unil in the 1 lH.stcan,lltloM,,B,iiiaiC.twl,a(irpeVinell.oU twoy.ars..l.l,wlilul, h. will ,. llr ) V jiTm ' i(A LSO-me.uuu do., a I.IU. he in Lit l H per He inv i tea frutt an at. . 1 . . . call o wiiif iaj to rive mm A JJiluw?"' A,)lu,n-on U-avel'towaHosd. 25 l"-Qat ippriuia orJerJu.t B. f. , $HVIU . I ' j siouiectinnei, l .i,.. . i...,. " 1 1 -..w t ; 10 me. oooin, aiieu or stand, tor the sa e ul ro foreooiiieuLd r,,aaj1II)t.llhl( for any o her ourpoae. likeiv. on Great Attraction At P. DOUGLASS & COS! VI B HAVE now in ciir NEW FTOftE Je. fl Ulain Rirrrt. DAYTON, O., A large sssnrtment of Fall & - Winter Dry Goods, ( Whlsti we a ill sell at prices that wilt lie l"u , Vomttcl it ion: Mir.MNKKY! Mlt.MNKK .1! Wehaveaflne assortment ef Bonnet, Itlbbons, Dower, Feather, Ac., at astonishingly low prises. RICH TRIMMINGS, In great variety CHEAP. LADlKrt AND CHII.DKKNS' S1IOKH. Hi.vlngseiureit ths sorvlces of some of the ' : W'k",4'" I fn 1 lllKinntl. wa irt nrtsnAPtM tn snsmiftintiira an ... . ,. ..m.irs ami i iiiiiiiriii niiirej., wnirn 111 rw- H,pI t brsuty Ami iiiAhiy uflnnot h rxca-llrd In this i lotintry. (I.O.KSI i'LOAKS!! CLOAKS!!! SHAWIsi SIIAW'I-St llur stock of f'lnaWS eml.rarea all the newest anal nioat approve.! I'arla stviea, whieh In variety and pncea t-acel any ever olleri'd la this city, Also agents for Lester 'a Sewing Machine, Wtih li are said to he th lest iloiihle-ttiniMl-stltch ninr-lilne new In use. Kveiy ninehliis.ls warranted, soil cab be seen t a opernuonai n. r. LItJIHaLASS A I'O.'S, orlU IS Mala St est. 7 5.0 0 6 F lS E T OK I 1 1 111 11 11 (Hi ON HAM) AND KOK SALE AT OUR Factory 5 Oakland ONE MILS EAST OF DAYTON, (ON THE XENIA TURNPIKE ROAD,) AND AT TH T0R 01' .1. Ii. GILBERT & CO., Under Beckol Ball, Oppolt Market. A. 11UNDENT11AL& STOITEI.MAN. Heckler, l.enilcy&Maxton NO. 806 Ac SO 3D ST, UAVK JUST RECKIVED A LARda stock of Quoeneware, China Ware. (Haas Ware, Pinter ware. lirittlinia Ware, '-""'king Classes, Table Milts, Ten Wnilers & Trnys, Lnmps, nil kindfl. Cutlery .HnoonB.&o. Onr ihM'k ot Plated Caatore, Hnoons, Ac, are all ol the heat quality; warranted. Frleeu from $6 to e.oi'avii wiKM-itbware, i.iaaa uate, hn.t we will 11 nui.Hp t tuecaeapeat. rieaaegive tu A can, uii vi(t mat t.t i nin-i, HllCKLER, RKMLKY K MAXTON. OCT IB Latest Publications! BOOKS, BOOKS! J08T REC'D. AT PA YJES , THK WUr iTPt lMT. It. WI. n..t..H r ...rv. Uevelopmeut, Varieties, Uiaeaaea Ute' hundretl inuairniiona. Laugworth on the Honey Bee, Out of the Debt a Hiatory of A Woman'i Life. Autobiography o. A Married Woman. Adam Ue,de new lot. x Love; Lam our anew lot. Life lor a Life do do The Logic of Political Koonony, And other Paperi; Juat received, for Children, Kxerolaea tn Colorln A 1 moat Herloite; Hy the author of "Counterfelta. i no neciory oi oiortuno, or iiy Duty, latbelln Ornlnl: hv author of Hfiti-tr r.mnrt. Life of Charlotte .Urante (Carrer Bell) Her Com. The Kuaineera' and Machintata' Drawlna Book I Complete Couiae of InatruoUoti for the Practical r.iiyiiioer. We Invite all to eatl and examine h rrat W. ter Uly (or Victoria Regia) of Amerloa. Wear. In the receipt of a heavy atook of standard Micellanenui Worka Juvenile Books of eery kind and quality. We invite particular attention to our new atocV of Blank Wora.Cap, Letter and Note Papers, man ufactured expreaaly to our order, and warranted to gits aaviainuiioii. At PAYNES, No. 60, Main at. ootia J. SHERWOOD, Watch and Clock Maker, JEWEEERr OPTICIAN, &C, CLEUli'S BUILUINO, No. 312 Third-Street, Dayton, Ohio, 1 K.SPKCTFULLY announce, to the oiti sens of Daytnn and Its vicinity that he has now on ..aim a vary i.AHl.s AtviUHTlMstNT of Fine Gold Jewelry. Conilatlngof nil the newest designs In Ktrusean Work, full It nil Isaalf uf nf I Pearl, Garnett, Lava, Roman and FloVentine MI mica, t -Kucoi, ana many others too numerous to An eirlr inaneition la anlinltad. ftW.Uehea and Clocks cleaned and repaired on St.V UUI ICTI UUllUV. OCtT Opening Every Dayl TO THE LADIES! New Fall Goods. M R S. N. II O W A 11 D resDeotfullv Id. "A forms the ladles that aha haa reuelvt(l a ln.rm MILLINERY GOODS, run FALL Ot WINTtli. which sha oilers to sett at a very small advaoos, at ll.1l' (till .l.hl.l,.,...l ' NO. 113 MAIN STREET, Where she haa Inat renelv.! . tD. t . v.do, iny., i,r-.a ai)a. neati iifm k-i r i;.u .u.i, - .owers, suooous, Bonnets, as. 1 lanklul lor the ll.lrnn... ... Ill...ll.. .1. toward us, we hope by strict sttentton to merit and icvi-.vc mi ...oreaseu ooutinuance af the saoie. MS, N. HOW A RD'S, N. . i a at. i. Particular attention lialrt laSt...l,l. T.i......i'n- and Repairing all kinds of at.sw. Velvet and Silk .0,.la:3n,'!J "o. Ill Main st, AN ORDINANCE, ni.ia. r. hiiwah i. Further to Protect tlie Streets, Roads, Ac, in the viiT oi vayiou, agaiuat obstructions, HKC. 1. lie It nr.l.lne,l I,. h ilf. r.....i .. Til till I lllllll IlliliJ! 1'"""! to obstruct any street, sidewalk, alley, puh leis.i;ei.lleoii'ii , r,".'."h I'l'Wte aipiare, or pulillg eouuaoa, v. llhln ald Cilv, hy eietlns or keenlim the.,.,. ... .1..... ui i.aytou, iu.. u snail us uulawlal for auy ' , . . ." H 'tii pobttQoc-a.ona, to eolieot crowds lu, upon or neat iiyi reao, iquare or com- u.u, .luiraiti, mine inconvenience oraunojanoo wa afsamiifj lilts trtOir. Sf.C. 2. KvAlv Iktmintt iilnlailn. . 1.1, this ordinance mav be ii-kim nn visnvL tha m.- ""i'?AUr i"? loliJm we ( ity, and upon 0011- .L . . , ""jor, auau oe nnoiun nnyiun le&a thai) t Willi 1 U lll-.l I a..a .. . . 1 . .1 . . ii . . 1 """., ui uv inipriaoueo ae) lei ao thirty dnys, or both, at tl ediacrettonol tl t( .'' Tllli fll'ul" h'l e In force from and .a. ymmmagv. W . BUM UK II (. fc, R, 11, ,A ''Wi. City CouucU. A. A. UuTTErn:i.D, City Clerk. New Cloth'g Store VALENTINE FRIES Tl A3 REMOVED TO T1IK 1100M KB- oently occupied tjy 8ALVATOR .CHiKKrit, EAST 8IDH or MAIN BT., Where he has o ened out a large, sew stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING. Ma la I a n nMn.ua . .. . . . tltlus la ths line ol MKNTLgiUliNS' CLO'I HINU. with uaatuets and despatch. octn-sli. VU.luMtfitot,rt I.JI,vy,M,6MKitM!l iuii 'iiiiTFiiu 74 Wcot Fourth ctrcct, ELKOANT Dress S VKLVKT KU)UNCKD IIOBKH, FANCY and WHITK ftll.K BOBKS, for evening. lloire flntiqnc and XIrecartc Dresses, Just received from New Vor Auction gsiei. Rich Delain. Robe, for Udir, and Mis...; Shetland Wool Shawl,, Veil, Nubie. andOper. Hooda.Clo.k. and HI,. wis; Kmbroidered Velvet Cloak., Clo h Cloak. Raglan, and Duster; all the new atyle. of Shawls liece. of I S.lk, Silk.,, t 87, cent per yard. DOMESTICS AND LINENS! .n,Vr!;!.on!,;;o:';eWe:.l,"" ,""SW NEW Cnon". " - t U,tm to HoUkee,.r. St Woolen Drea. Uooda, Ac Plain and Printed Merinoe. and Delaines; Pari. Plaid Va leDc...and Popl.na. Mno Under Wear, .oiling at Co.t.fo, Ladiea, (len... and Chi ldren" New.tyl.ofGt,M HOOisKIRT.at.t,,yB.w In style ad fln.sh. Jurt .ec'.l. f.orn the raanufsctory DEL AND, G0S3AGE & CUYLER, octT-3iiioemAtil.vw II, DISPLAY OF m" 3 T! av 1. - It Weal Fourth Street, Opposite Pike's Opera House, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1859 1859 FALL CIRCULAR. WK nEO TO CAM. THE ATTENTION of our Patrons and th community tt Isrge Fall I urc haftc DRY GOODS, Which we are now receiving And will eontloueto receive throuthotit the season. Our stock will always be found LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE!! Comprising all the new and varied fabrlct and styles OF THE EASTERN MARKETS. We highly appreciate the very liberal patronage and great success we have met with since we have established the CASH SYST'M And assure our many Friends that we are now BETTER PKEPARED TO OFFER THEM BARGAINS Thun Ever Heretofore! Et-W cordially Invite an lnspeetloa of ourstock. JOHN, VAN UOREN & CO, epti New Fall Goods! WE ARE NOW OPENING RICH SILK ROBES Fancy Silks, IN PLAIDS, BYADERES & CHEECKS Plain Silks, Black Silks, IN PLAIN, LYADERE & BR'CADE I CHINTZ PATTERNS, AND SMALL FIGURES! A LARGE & ELEGANT STOCK! OTTAMAN PLAIDS. Valencia maids S New style Wool de Laine, CASHMERE ROBES, American de Lainea, &c, To which we Invite THE EARLY ATTENTION OF BUYERS! Our Terms are CttSII, AntD SIBII(Dl2a Will be found Strictly in Accordance JOHN, VAN DOREN k C0. No. 56, Corner Mala and 2d ata. sept Raglana and Dusters FOU FA LXI ALL THE NEW STYLES! A LARGE STOCK I Ptl JOHN. VAN DOUKN A CO. Michigan Cranberries. 5BABRELS of the beat quality of Michi ta Clranbarrlea. I . i , ' . , . . , , . '"e4, 4 lor .ii 7. VKtaLVt. 4 M2 HVKUBU C'O.'S, or IN A Ll i To Merchants & Milliners! C I NCI NN ATI SILK HOUSE. W. P. DEVOU & E0CKWO0D, No. t: I t-.. 1 1 Stroel, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SILKS, JUJi HONS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, Shawls, Cloaks, D R ESS T I! I M M I ( i S, UOOP BK1RTH, LACK EMBROIDERIES, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, AO. rt-GRKAT INDUCEMENTS olte red to CASH and SHORT-TIMK BUVKKH. W. P. DEVOU A HOCKWOOD. septl. Central Insurance Co, OF DAYTON. CAPITAL, - $100,000! OFFICE No, ?0 Kast side of Mali, street, between aecouuanu luiru (upstairs. FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE. Policies Issued upon all descriptions of BUILDINO, MACHINERT & STOCK For one year or less, and upon Dwellings nnil HoiikcIioIsI ooIs, roa TIISES YEASS, Or any less term desired, at reasonable rstes. BOARD OF DIEECT0E8 HKNRY HKRMAN. RliriEKTCIlAMBKRS, ANOHKW GUMP, HKNRV 8. SOWI Kit, AI.KKK1) HRllllKN, 1). V. llilllNGS, J. B. OLWIN, OEO. W. SHAW, A. It. H. rOI.KBHTII UENUV HERMAN, Pre.ident D. W. luiiiaos, Seoretary. Johh KsaiDLEB, Surveyor. septto REMOVAL! The Firemens Ins. Co. OF DAYTON. HAS REMOVED ITS OFFICE TO THE eligible and commodious suit of room.. . pared Cor Its use, on second floor Meckel's Building, corner Third and Jetterson streets, opnos'te Ihe Merchants' kxchsnge. Kntrance on Third street. This Comtianv 1ns re. on the moat favor. hi terms, Dwellings snd all descriptions of Buildings, furniture end Merchandise. Also (.'argoshlpments. Losses promptly adjusted and paid. CAPITAL STOCK, . $200,000. DIRECTORS- 8. CRAIGHKAD, iAMl'KL MARSHALL. l.ANIKI, KKIKKH, 1). K. MKA1). HKNRV STODDARD, V. WINTKI1S. HKNHV HKRMAN, W. L. HARROW. o. utlAlUiitiAU, l'ret't. 8. C. FtthtM, geo'y. septs 1 859. VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO. IT0ULD call the attention of buyers to v the stock of goods bow opening hy Ihern, be ing the largest anifbest ass irtment ever m.n..i i. tlie city. We have In eariets Velvw, Brussels. To pea try, Three Ply, Ingrain, Hemp hikI Stair. And a full assortment of Mate, Ruts, Drurreta anil Druets and Urugg.t Squares, '" au Blankets and Damasks, HOLLANDS & WINDOW SHADES CUBTAIU FIXTURES, Lao and Muslin Curtains, Gilt Cornices, Bands, and fins, Hlslr Rods, ' Towelings & Sheetings Table Linens, Napkloi, Doylies and House-Furulsh-ttxg Dry Goodageuerally, FLOOR, TABLK, liKAKTH AM) CAR KlA(iE OIL (ILOTlls And are in dallv reoelttt nf lrn Bisniins.. ... stock uf Wall & Window Papers, vtra Board Prints and DAanrallra, Pa 1, , inaktn, the largest variety of styles and prices to Ths sbuvs saiMla ara Aflar .. Inw nh.. . retail. ' VAN AUSDAL DIXON, A CO., Ill Main St., opposite the Court Home. sept 30 WALL PAPERS A.T COST AT W. H. CALLENDER'ly HO 310 THIRD STREET. LADIES WILL FIND A FINE LINE OF Cloaking Cloths . PLAIN AND FANCY COLORS 1 1 Wtl JOHN, VAN DOREN k CO. COD FISH. HOGSHEAD of nriur CODFISH Me nloct In the market-Just received at th 1Z X;i' non J- K. GK 11 HART, . nu. h aenarson sr. TIJCfiCB beet S C Beef, rrolei 'it i. K. V w.lu. oimua'a