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SISTERS of CHARITY!
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, 'S9,
Ssw-OONTINlilMl KOK PIX PAYS I
No. 116, Main street,
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nia In lw'h'hhonVr. at a. LOW FHI-'.va,.
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find jmlyn Tor
No. II Mtilll It.
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P. H. D'ATtCY,
post orrir i; mriMiiwu,
TS NOW KKCKIVIXU HIH STOCK OK
X Oooclifor the HOLIDAYS whl.-h (or lauty
and variety r iinnriiateil In thti city. HIiRtoi k
of Candles and (. onleetii-ni it-a i cuiti))lett, and or
tti very twit qualities.
HP la Alio affPUt for &rilllhv Bultlmur nt atnr
whloh wtll he iit(ton reaionatile terms, elthrr liy
the s.n. hftlf c.a or Dl.te.
extnl.e oordiAl lnvltfittt;n4o'hl
11,. public K.nerelly, U give Mm call.
Death to Rata and Vermin!
iii:hi: wi; conn:!!
rilTIZENS, MILL KltS AND FAKMIiltS!
J- now ii your time lo extrrallinto your Rata,
Mlc, lloutios an. I Bed Bun. Ilj tlm rrqurat of
oiaa. CM nana I hnve preparnl two hundrnl boxna
of aiv Kxiilalor Veruuu XJeatroy.r, lor the uie of
thoa. who may M plaa;uMl with thea dralriutlve
v.rmlni and 1 will continue to -keep it all throuata
Thl. prriwratlon I. free from all danxerom poli
ona, and can be u.ml in Kllchriia, I'autriei, Cup.
boanla, Cellar, or Htahlen, without belnK in danger
of Injuring the human family, or uaeful anlmala;
but I. aure to deatroy Uiat which It la deigned for.
The teatltnony of htindrrtl.of I itlen. can be hiul
to teattfy to the utility ol thl. article, aa they have
uaed It for many yearn. It leavea no .tench, aa the
vermin no off lo .tream. of water to die.
Can be had at my realdenoe, No. len Jeftenon Kt..
between ftth andeflCorirnw tiie lKy whowlllcarry
It through town for aeie. '
n. iui.i. tneouiv nnarat on thatha.rver
t every i
" Labor Saving for Ladlea.
THR subscriber has received again a clothes
mantle; of which he oan have auy made to 'or
t dir. This mangle wlllaave agreat deal or work on
a waahitig .lay, as not only oan clotl.ea be wrung
nulcker and ea.ierthao by hand, but all except line
olothesoea be naugled through roller, by merely
turning a cranv, whioft will make them ainooth
enough, and aavea a great deal of Ironing. I have
tried one on the same principle for the last ten years
and all who have one.would not i.o without It
Alao, patent spring, for curtain, and valance.,
by which either or them can be fastened better than
by the old way; the mangle can be trlod by any one
wiahlng to purchase.
novl7-uaw East 3d St., sdoora from Main at.
Winter la fiero.
rpo keep handa and feet warm, the subi
X sorlberhssforsale a rood assortment of home
madeeocka. Alio, real rlhtted Hiakeraocka, bucH
akln, dog-akin and woolen mlttena and glove, lor
men anil boys. CHARLKS POST,
aovl7-dw East 3d St., doors from Main.
20 dos. Shaker Broome
Juat reoeived, aa well aa bund brnnma,
and for .ale by f HARLKri POKT,
novll-daw. Kaat 3d St., 4 doors from Main.
JOHK u. xmDiiS
OKK1CE: CKNTKAL 1NU OKrICK,
Mayor's Booms, No. 70, East M of da Main,
between Second and Third.
HAVINtl received the appointment of No.
tary Publio in and fer the oounty of Mont
eromery. Ohio, the underlHgned take. Uila method to
Inform his friends and the publio generally, that lie
la now prepared to do all the bu.lne.. pertaiulng
to eaid office that may be entrusted to him oorrecl
ly end on the .hottest notice.
nvl&-tf JOHN V. KRR1DLKR.
F resh Groceries.
A FULL STOCK OF OKOCKHlErt, KM
braclnk a splendid aaaortment. thl. day re
ceived by I' HAH . KIHHKR,
Centre of the Ohio Block, oppoilteCtty Park.
TH E partnership heretofore existing Lei
tween Nathan Haas aud Amelia Uoodnian, un
der the style of Miss A. Goodman Haaa, la Uila
dav dlasolved by mutual oouw,nt. Miss Uoodmafl
will eonttnue the bimlne.., and 1. authorized to
make all oollectloa. due the tlrm. and aettle all ao
count, again.! It. NATHAN HAAS,
BOVtl, IW. AMKLIA UUOUMAN.
MIX A. OOOlM AN dealres to return her.lncere
tliank. to the lla ton publio who have ao liberally
patronized, her heretolore, and hope, that .he will
tiontlnue to merit the good wulol the people. Bhe
1. now better prepared than ever to aupply her
feteud. and the public generally, with ever) thing
ja the line of
iTIIIIInery and Fanry lry ood.
Miss Goodmsn particularly desires the ladles to
call audexamlue her stock, a. .lie oner, vory aupe
aiortuducemeut. In bood., aud will aell at prloee
r. low a. the lowe.t. nov3l-fwd.
Su6 sheets star mills latter paper.
0 " " note
6 " ladies gilt edgo note paper.
. 6 ". asaurted colored note.
U Gue stool pent and holder.
1 sheet line blotting paper.
, 21 adhesive envelopes, assorted colore,
all fur '!'. ceuln.
W. II. CAI.LKNDEH,
Wholesale Stationer, I'uyton, O. ,
gJoi Agents wanted in every county in
CLEMENT I" UAVnXKH,
1MVTON, Oil lO.
Olllo Third Btrt, Etaela'a Building,
Sov OPPOBITKOURT HOL'dC.
ThBulliTan BtoTcFcllah. : -
rfiH C beat and eheape.t thing of the alnd ui use
I lor giving a lasting andblilllant poliah to aUite
I'rlue lu eenla. Knr .ale bv
W. W. KTKWAHT, ai Main atrvet.
Al'EllHON to keep a
11. kl KKL.
s TIKKt'K beat B C lluma, just reoeived at
aV l.N a W. W uHalaVe' 1
I .Till in
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DAYTON OHIO, TUESDAY.
NOV. 29, 1859.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
THE DAILY EMPIRE OFFICE OF PUBLICATION:
Empire Building, Third st., South side bet., Main & Jefferso
Empire Building, Third st., South side bet., Main & Jefferso TERMS:
VB? Br. If .ooper reaelnedvaaoe,
. Slna.leeoplea.putup iiwnppiiMBU,
our duly author. aod Arht to make contracts
and receipt for AdrmtitteratmU tuba riptione.
mr,, in win. out.
To BoiiUMiMtw. Tha EmnlreJob Ronm
ruin complete trir4, and w aranow prepared
vo uo wori oi in uOTcnpuoni ID ma neat ntyl
on.no art. vmnn naezAmioeonr work an
learn our prire a,
IT To AnfKRTiiitas. kAwmrtl
Not.rf.f he Kin pi re mnat be faandeal Intut.
Die oflW bf ten 'cUth on th Car thT ar.
Hiremu pu.manea-nei .arer. we cannot
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agree toinaer. inem auarinatnour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who dnnira to hT kdrertiaemsnti
masrecU in the Weekly Empire ihoold band
thrm io bjr Saturday morning, atthalateit
W4.0ur advertising patrona will peroeiv
(liat, by our arraniement of raadioe natter.
their advertiaMnanta will ba alwaja new -a
rry uiipiiriani maiiarioinom,
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IT8 4ih paga for Telegraph Reporta.
wav N. B.A than g In our R. R. lima Table,
Fourth Pe. -
Iamxi Civa. the uj.ulli'(( Tor thinf reniug
in Biker'. Iluildlo, haa beeofioelpooed to a'at
rridaj night, Ueramher SU, 1849.
XT A gentleman and lady, or two gentlemen,
can find good boarding, with room furniabed
or uufurniahed, in a reepectable prirate family,
by leaving addreaa at thia office,
WAxrm IuutniATiLiI A healthy woman to
act at WET NURSE. Apply U Dr. Reere,
4J Ludlow atraet.
UaacMiNT. EiCBANOt. The number, of the
Mercbanta Exchange are requeated to meet at
their Hall this arming, at 7 o'clock, for tha pur
pnae of taking inloeonaidaration tha propriety
of continuing or diMnntinoiog trie Exchange
lor anolber year. AH member, are expected to
be present, By order of President
D. C. RENCH, Secretary.
PaaiMna Wanrtn In a thoroughly eat.b
iichwl and paying falent bniineaa, which re
quires the aticntion of two p.rioua. to conduct
properly, aud which could ba atill extended
advaotage, in proportion aa attention ia glr
en it. Add rem "Box- 990, Dayton, Poet Of
fice," datwll. .
Bau Thai. O, 8. M. will giea Grand
Ball at Miamiaburg on Ihe-eTenlng of tha 26th
ID" Five persona were baptiaed at tha canal
near the fith atreet bridge laat evening, and
were received into commuoioo by the Uhriaa
tinn Church, corner of Smith and Brown,
Its5"Oiir reader wiJl no dnnbt be en!i
uieuerman meatrioal cntertainmenta is to
be given tbla evening at Uackel'a Halt It
an amuaing and instructive Comedy in
four acta, epritled "Charlei XII of Sweden''
and gives some of the moat oharaoteristio
ocourreuoea in the life of thia northern hero
during the year 1715. We believe that all
who interest tbemaelvea in German litera
ture, will thia evening favor the "Frohsinn"
Hockel'a Hall with a call
UOW THET KffKF VJ tall ExOlTIHKNT.
We reoently hoaril of an incident wbioh
Beema to ahow how aome of the ezoitement
created in the neighborhood of Charleston,
Va. A jour printer engaged in an oflioe not
thousand milos east of Dayton carelessly
aquabbled a few squares of type, which be
afterwards set up in column width without
regard to order, and the matter, after he had
completed his work waa an unintelligible
mass of character. At thia point he con
oeived the notion of taking an impression of
the type on a alip of paper, enaloee it in an
envelope, and aend it to "John Brown,''
Charleston, Va. Thia waa aooordingly done.
The document of coorao ' waa opened by
Itrown'a jtilera, and waa taken for aome
dreadful plot, in oipher; it furnished alarm
for the denizena of that place, and aenaa
tion telegraph gossip for tha publio at large.
Baowa to aa Hanokd It ia now believed,
all handa, that Brown will be hanged. The
authorities in Virginia have determined that
shall suffer the penalty of death, and have
taken every possible precaution to carry the
execution into effect. Friday of thia week is
the time aet for his execution, and tim on
earth ia surely drawing to a close with the old
m.n. Tbst hs deserves death few who are-acquainted
with bia crime will dispute. Hia
death however, will probably greatly increase
the ferver of fanaticism throughout the land.
tieHtK dithoneat aervant girl,auspoted by
tha proprietor of a New York hotel, waa
"overhauled" aa aha waa about to depart,
and concealed among her hoop and clothing
were found a half a doxen cut glaaa tumblers,
three or four glaaae of ourrant jelly, sever
al collar and other artiolea of wearing apt
pare); four fine linen handkerobiefe, two of
whioh aba used at garter, and with th
other two ahe aeoured her skirt, whioh
were rather heavy from th weight of th
glass. ware; also, two fir sheet wrapped
around her person, and 915 aewed in th
lining of her dreaa, all of whioh bad been
stolen from various persona in th houae.
took a long while to nnpaok bar.
XT We are, thanks to the appreciation of th
busincaa public, receiving a large number of
advertisements, which w ar having put in
type aa fast aa .we poasibly can. Those wb
not see their favors in print the day
they ar handed ia will please eienae ua oa tha
score that we are unable to reach them.
(T The weather being pleaesnt tha work
men ar enabled to eonttnue Uls work upoa the
New J.ulhefa Church. It is prognviiiug rap.
idly, aud will -he daupleUd at au tit. ,j jy
will be one of the beet and uuet t Vul-l
churches 1 the wwst a flttaberaacle lu i:uj
worship the Crea.w, and diapeneer ai blew,
sing to the heiuao family, '
tTTh. l sn eorreatwudeat of te N or i. ,
Kveuiug Post slates that the OiuWuj zdeiy
Frane sympaihis strongly witA tin Pc.j , a.
hia present trouble with kisiubellUiaasH1. .
".. rrajar. lor but relief as Ue,u
daily otforej tip ia th ehiuansa.
8rAAS SomsoJver'"folck" contributes to
th Ohle Statesman th following, a lllustrs-
tiv of th aid proposition "Yoo tickle me,
Jlilly, and I'll tickle yen:"
Laudum Immensa Cupido.
Th King had hit fool in olden time
The newspaper now hat lit poet;
And, tho' these be msrvelnrsdhaters In rhyme,
There be but the fewest who know it.
And so, to steer clear of the terrible fate
Of a lifetime of rhyming obscurity,
A capital planks been bit on of 1st,
Which may aerva all like neadt In futurity.
"Come, tickle me, dul" q joth lha M.o a clieek
'At you will!" quolh the kindly Slate Joins
So the organ keeps lirklinv thu weeilry affair ,
And lha weekly the kindly diurnal I
Dioa't Sea it. Tha Greenville Journal, last
week, brT.red tha following "conundrum," to
which it Invited tha attention of tha Dayton
Journal. Aa our neighbor has not made aat
awar, wa eopy it for tha purpose of catching
Biar-LooiOAl. OoauRnatm. What Inwnahin
ueraa counlv ia tna most nrolinc in tha nrn
duction of ehildren?
Kd i lor of toe D.rtoa Journal, take the stand
Tha Journal man ia probably not as well
posted In tha play noon township aamea, or tha
produotion of ineipiant humanity in Darke aa
ia in Montgomery county. Just briug the
queation nearer home to him.
tT Wa hara frequently heard person who
have visited Germanlown, and pnt up at tha
Behasffer House, speak highly of tha kindoeaa
and accommodation shown them at that excel.
Vnt Hotel. Mrs. Bchmffer, tha amiable land
lady, haa aa loeg presided at tha house that it
would seem sir snge-not to see faer thee ind
accustomed haa aba become to umkThg tha
house a home to traveller, that aha eaonot Ml
making it an agreeable itopping place to el'
good people who visit that pleaaant village.-
Her sons aaaiat bar in tha management of the
house, and everything about the premises is in
very beat order. A friend of ours who re.
turned from Germantown Saturday informed
that the 'Bus having failed to call for him
lha ScherTer Houae, ha waa put Into a com
fortabla buggy and taken to tha railroad free of
expenaa. That ia ona of tba liberal features of
CTIt i. now rendered pretty certain that a
majority of th Democracy in th north ftvor
nomination of Douglas for the Presidency.
th south, ir we can placs any reliance upon
paper for giving the state of the feeling in
regard amongthe people, a reepeet able force
for Douglaa; and aa li.rge a number, while
they do name bim aa their first choice, will
cheerfully accept him if nominated. Aa near
we can- decide, alter a careful examination
all the evidence we oould gather, thia ia the
present condition of tha feeling in tha Demo
cratic party. The - voice of the Democratic
maasea should- be respected, no matter whom
choose. The Charleston Convention will,
hope, be composed Of men who will see that
will of the majority ahall be fully carried
in ths selection of a Presidential Candidate.
have been fightina forstrawa long enough;
la time we should turn our attention to gather-
th harvest, .
LT Th people in th ' neighborhood of
Cbarlettown, Va., ar dreadfully excited, They
alarmed throughout tb . day, and are ana'
to reato' night. There ia doubtless aome
cauaa for alarm, but there ia no necessity for
people being In terras dsy and night Tbey
already suffered much aa human nature
well bear, and tha atrain cannot be much
longer kept up. Something must tear if the
excitement be not Boon allayed.
Foa tub Littl Oxxal Christopher la dler
mined that the little folka ahall b supplied
ith pretty thing for lb Uolidsys, and haa
accordingly fixed up la atyla tb room adjoining
Auction Stor, and completely stocked it
toy, and all articlea which delight chil
dren, and enable them to paas pleasantly many
hours of their lives. Will, Huber who is on
bt and moat clever fallow extsol has
charg of th room; and th littl ones csn get
bargaina or him. Of course b will aupply
dealers ia the city and country with Holiday
goods, and everything in the Notion line. Cell
aee the variety. .
PivMaixo, Stiam Pir Fmwo, Ac Mr. Og-
whose place of business i th New Beckel
Building, Jefferson ilreet, ona door North of
uctice Turner's office, ha lust reoeived sooth
full aupply to hia stock, and la now pre
pared to attend promptly to mil ordtn for work.
Plumbing, pump, (team pip fitting, pip of
kind, fore pump; in a word, every kind
material and work in tha lino. Mr. O. ia a
elaae workman, and hi prices ar at th
lowest rataa. We can cheerfully recommend
im and hia work to the people.
Garrina Kiadt. D. Beioi A Bro. oon-
feotionera, Third at, oppoait th Poet oflioe, 1
making extenaiv preparation for the
Holiday (eaaon. They have already man
ufactured "ocean" of eandy, candy toy of
vary poesibl desoription, fine oandiei, and
almost infinite arity of fancy weet
thing for old and young for tb holidays.
Thtj hava aleo, a Terr large aupply of inv
ported fruit, nut, ia., and tbey offer big in
duoement to dealer to buy of them. We
eepeoially recommend th trade to oall at th
i u factory of D. ITeini A Bro. 3d at., op.
poeite the Post office.
"Rsadv roa FiohtI" Our readme will p lease
the advertisement of Capt. Minick, in an
other column. He offers great inducement to
people in thewiyof prime groceries, etc ,
at price aa low aa they can be purchased
ths west . The Captain haa put hia atom in
rat trim lnsid and outaide, and ba a
oomplst Mock of goods as wa ever brought
ia the trade. We do not see how he
could make it any more inviting to th people.
Don't forget to call at th corner of Jefferson
CTThs Hireling House, Xeoia, O., ia one of
beat Hotel in th country. W know it Is,
because w hsvs tried nearly all of them, and
Hivling" comes aa near our notion of
kept Hotel aa any of than. Mr. Oram,
proprietor, is a gtntlemaa, and knows juat
th public requlr to mak them comfort
blwhan.way from bom
IT Job a. Van Dona A Co., bsrs just been
reaeiviug another stock of Ihy (oid e.,
direal frees th lei porter. Th ladje w ill lad
their (tore, co i oar of Main and 8d, every.
lu.t.g pi t'.. juJ good in th trad which they
i -. a
no. Q11 early and examine
"ced Mist Itur.ua, tha Cosa
mi) wt.il pUying at th
Theatri, Siid was
'Si-, u.t.t, H i. a
i . .a and a
y:.:. to wh.ebe ,
sbani that a
Interesting by Telegraph.
Th telegraph bring among other report.
on In regard to th coming of the Japanese
Uotnmisaionera, who Were published to leave
Jeddo on tha 22d of Febiaary Htxt, for the
United Htatee. Tbey will com by way of
riendwion islands, Han Flnnoiaeo and 1'ana.
ma, and that th United Plate frigate Roe
nok now at Aspinwall waa to b fitted np
lor theif reception and would convey them
to tbeae point
have by telpgraph th rumor of a bat
tle between th Mexican revolutionist. The
New York Time publishes a diapatoh'from
Mexioo via Panama, which aay tha ('onsen
vativea led by tleneral Gordo and the Liber,
alt by Oen. Coronado met at Tenia, Mexioo
about th 8th inst The Conservative were
viotorioua killing Oon, Coronado and 400 of
die men. Tha loaaof tha Conservative ia
nut known but supposed to be aa great. Th
Liberals fled to Maiatlan. (len. Coronado
imprisoned tier .Britannia Majesti' con
sul at Matatlan on account of ' refusing to
pay econd duty on th. Treasurer' trespass
on Her llritannio Majeatie ateamaliip 'Jal
lipao. Capt Sidney Greene full, of flor Urit-
annic Majesties ttesinsbif Ametliiat,rlead
him and hlonkaded the ftnrt anil a.UI tw.!....
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of their ships loaded with cotton. Captain
Stone returned to Honor with in aaniort of
200 U. B. troops and oivilian
It i now rendered pretty oertain that the
loa of life by the wrooking of th Hteimer
Indian (at first aaid to ba th Delia,) waa
not ao great aa waa at first reported. ,
It ia believed that but twenty four, or at
moat twenty eeven were lost, and th moat
of these were drowned when the eblp part
d in two. Many of th passenger who
were aved war robbed of all their baggage
by th people on shore, and left utterly dee.
The British ofSoer at Ht. .Mm hava ta
ken measure to hav the, rescued provided
for, and the recovered bodiea properly in
A fire brok out at Taunton, Maaa, ye.
terday, whioh destroyed property estimated
$1.10,000, of whioh 180,000 waa insured.
For the Empire.
Ma, EulToa: Having made a trip from Day
ton to Springfield and back, by railroad, to
day, (for the first time, in daylight) and hav
ing traveled the same rosd in a political pro.
cession, In 1840, the following traiu of thought
passed before my mind's eye, like a grand pan
orarna of objects, displsying tho infinite skill
man's handiwork and nature's artist. Being
smtril , m the South side of th ear, going Eaat
war.i, I a-nred th village of Fairfield, with
ila quiet i nbltanls, running towar4s Daytoa,
and I thought its object might be to imbilie
the spirit of progress and enterprise of which
was partly divested by the institution of
iron horsss; and in a few momenta Ehon came
rushing down the hill, apparently ruuning a
root race for the aame purpose. But soon
bsw Springfield approaching, with like deter
minstion to emigrate. At this moment the
"horse" gave a terrific, snort and cane to a halt,
and I found myself iu a lively city with atately
apires, splendid edifices, and alive with the
spirit of enterprise in every avenue. The edi
flees of public worship and pubHe Instruction,
this part bf I he grait panorama. Were auch
to Instil into my mind a feeling of admira
tion which Beamed to say, "a general and lib
eral diffusion of moral and scientific knowl
edge ia the true propagator of our republican
Th tim to return having arrived, I took
aeat on the North aide of the train, or car,
obaerva the onward march, when Hsrtxler'a,
Oaborn, Harries' and Harshmsnville flitted by
with tha fleetness of a bird newly fledged and
stately proportions. And when the city of
Dayton again hove in eight, with all its din
and clatter of milla, factories, machine, shops,
canala, railroads, sad every apparent requisite
a great metropolis, the curtain fell, and I
found myself at home.
Having a few leisure momenta I determined
compare notes with niy trip of 1640, I
found tbst the railroad depot below First street
had usurped tha place of the old bridge, and
that the citizens, in their eovetousness, hsd oar.
riad off th river, seized ou the play grounds
th finny tribe, sod erected stable, on the
spot to Bceommodat th iron horse. And
having dammed np the water, they tor up th
mspl trees, threw their trunks into ths jaws of
hug monster that drinka t-p the water,
drov th masticated particle of tb (lately
maples into their leather aoles, and tramped
with impunity oa the stones tbst were washed
that river in ages paat; while sundry grand
usurpations on the sycamore and alms, which
were I he legitimate possessions nf the 'coons
164H, give evidence of a new era, a new
people ia and about Dayton, with a new spirit
a fixed determination to annihilate all the
remaining trace of " 'Coons" snd their de
scendants, dowo to the third sod fourth geuer
alions, immediately, if not sooner.
Dayton, Nov. 28, '59. OLD FOGY.
Art Gallery snd operslieg rooms of
Seebohm, ia th Oily Hall, ar aa extensive
those of any establishment in the West.
Those who are unsccuslom.d to seeing ta ex
teasiv Photographic Kstsblishntent will be
rather aurprised on a visit to the interior of Mr.
Seebohm's Gallary. It is the besd quarters
artists (Mr. S.ls an excellent artist himself)
and hia rooms are daily thronged by tho
who desire lo hav good picture, fell sad
the Art Gallery in the Oily Hall,
tT The feeling of opposition to. Gov. Chaae
dsily gaining fore ia th Republican raaka
sine th Dayton Journal brok ground. Th
Cincinnati Gaastte, Xeoia Newa, and other
prominent papers ar falliug into ranks, and
even th Commercial yeaterday threw water oa
Chaae' eot tail. '
CktaitTMaa is Cotneul Our littl regulars
and big one, too", fur that matter will aolic
advertisement of Mr. Welty, in another
place. Jill la now thoroughly prepared for th
Uulidsr with U kind of toy and pratly fix
J,,r gifte. Of Bourse the little oaee will
keep their pareats remiuded of th fact that
Christmas ia coming. Dealers throughout th
city and country supplied at fair rales,
KT8vrat genllemea left sur ity thi morn
ing for th big wood ia th vicinity of Ottawa,
lha D. A M. Kotd, where they intend, re
maiuiof a week or two, in pursuit of game.
They were la "high hup' on starting out, and
were determined to secure a eiktasiv lot of
Wild gam before their retura. W wjah tht
luck, and bop they will not forget it if they
retura full-handed. v
' - X . -r
(CT If thoa who don't believe th times are
"OWwill preparaafnW'bilUaf iadebtedaea,''
aud tVrt aut ou a tour of eollecUoa, they will
vry soon be convinced that there is eomeOiiag
alter v'llh Ilia money uatket. ' t '
Th Italian pre (a unanimous, aocord
t 1 . i . rw ' .......
K o in x.aricn eovresponaent ol tu Psw
York Journal of Ccmmero, i urging King
Victor Kmanoel to tieeut th annexation
of Central Italy:
"All Central Italian State, aay he 0
setta 01 M ilano, are governed many weeka
aipce In th asm of th King; almost all the
lawa of Central Italy are made to conform
to thos of Sardinia, and dinlnmacv has nn(
maaa an? remnnatranoe. Why, then, hea
itt Why, then, keep on for a dav lonir
er thai uaelese end vxpe.ieire machinery o
lour governments, whsre on would do 7 t
Ilttl oourage, and the thing ia dona I lli
oiumaov wiu noi ouisoc Kiiaintt a lait an
compli, and if it should object nj matter!
Our wants must and will be respected ulti
The stona which la to form lha head of the
staira on th eonth front of the treasury xten.
ion, at Washington, ia sixteen feet squsre
and over two feet In thickness.. .When dressed
will weigh about fertjf tui,. .
A Spanish psper, La Iberia, publi.be i
prophecy to the effect that Ireland will be de
lfrerad by an O'Donnell a red haired man of
small BtaLura. wilK n.lt. ..1 L :
xtawtu start from Bpaio, and vanquish the
English in a terrible battl ia th South of Ire
tT" Th Nawark Weekly Time Offlc is ofs
fered for ssle. Th Times ht a large subscript.
tlon list; it haa an excel lent advertising patrona
age, and lha office baa ao excellent and exten
aiva assortment of Job type and other valuable
printing material, and will be sold st bsrgsin
frlnter who deeir to inve.t in a profitable
trad will do well to writ to Mrs. 0. P. Bris
ter, editor end publisher, who will furnish
the information desired.
tT The"01d Folks" unner the management
Mr. Jarrett, ar in Cincinnati. They will
give two Concert tbr thi week.
ILT I. N. A Wm. M. Green hire a fine lot of
Apples lhy will aell daerhf Thi week al
reduced rate. "Pitch In." They also bv a
largelot ol prim wintel apple, grown in
Northern climats. Good keeper. Better buy
'em" now, you will soon hav to pay three
price fur thi kiod of fruit.
On Nov. 24th, by Rev. S. Hervey, at the reai
dene of th bride's father, Mr. Edward M.
Long to Miss Cordelia Mcintosh, all of Dub
lin Wayn Co., Indiana.
On th morning of th 98th inet., by EeJu'
Winter, at bis residence, Mr. Jonathan Eck
man of Beaver Creek, Tp., to Miss Ann Eliza
Barr, of Bath Tp., Greece Co.
THE NEW WONDER.
Peter Josse's Hair Restorative!!
THIS Hair ReatoratiTa in now aoltnnwU
iI;k to t the hatver Invent! for all dtaeaiaMif
i-iair ana tu Kcaip, aud it baa woracd troaatM
wnroTr uku, ncvvrai i our oitizeni have lrtid
and .peak to tho hia-heit tersia of Iteeurative
pronertiea. rne 101 lowtur la arts am on th n
wwitui;a(M Jim 1 1 mwm wt or aw rroprirtor:
IHYTON, Kept. Bth, Ibof.
iral rears Daat. from mam
cause, our hair haa been frantualJf
entire baldness threatenej ua. V
rious remedies, but without any
falUn out, untl
a uave tried
rood reault. We
Induoed to trv your "Restorative" hv hp.Hn
highly spoken of b those who had uaed it. au
.iiureu ni nm it. nau cue eneat oi brlnglDf a
and vigorous growth of hair upon their heads.
wenaveuseu u.anu us rood entmb arenuiniw vis
lu the renewed arrow ll. of hair whars wm .
inanmiB dbiu. wioinuoi recommenu the Re-
aiurauve wo nigniy. lours, truly.
a. L. BKOADWKLL,
J. J. SWA. UM
For sale at the Barber Baouof Ptr j.m.. ai
ecuvilUal (rck eVe-mj IUU, OCtlat-atn
Christmas z Coming
NOW IS THE TIME
V) HUY PRESENTS FOR THE
"little ones." 1 hsve the Isrgest snd best as
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
this city, and will ssll ehesper than any other
also ' '
Good Supply op Canuikb A Fiaa Worts!
Those who wish to stake MINCE PIKa. wnulal .In
rwifw ua ea vii vr
P. J. WELTY,
t or. aisle a tlh sts
" At UNPRECEDENTED
flREAT INDUCEMENTS ...j,'
WE WILL OPKN UN
WEDNESDAYi NOVEMBER 30
No. 321, Third street,
AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT
DRY GOODS! ,
Whioh ha been bought id the Eastern
Mara at aieee the aire ta pricwa. tut.
C Att, a srakk will he eo a. (
very aoa hakraalee
CiSa-tnd for CsiJi'ONLV!!
H-fleaeeeell aejdexeaila 4ur atoak asrora our.
rUCHAP.iySCM & CAF.CNLI.,
avdat Ha. am Thtr t Deylaa, O.
TARIED FKU1T tiermar. cberri. oruna.
ueaah.e au. api-kx. all ol wale will a auei
Below hUetet hflaaav ai
larM L atN'a,Wes,aa.
Ia j rield-rteady g Tight!
OLD STANDI FIIESII 000DSI
J. A. MINIOK,
COKNKR OF JEFFERSON A MARKET'
- DA1TTON, PHTO..V " .
n A VI NO M Anr I IMPORTANT iMrnnVKMRNr
In blasters rooma. and reolenlaltrt him aln.a.1.
large alM.-k, with heavr addltlnna of rreali i;no.la.
e ia pr,art (ou;.,lylia oos.munlty hellai than
ever mill every tiling p..,.l,. in the (irorery and
PloOiu.c llu. lie tH rto.) will lurulH't evoi ) , lung
in l!,e trile, of Hie Dft ruallly, at U loweal
Ills .lock In part comi-rtaea
BUOAR5 AND MOLABRT3.
10 Hhda. Prime an ' ( hole. N. . -m-ir.
III.. CruMlie-l HiiahI , i.l.:.! -'i X A. , .
" Powdered eatia . i
' fZtarmlAteri Snrar. rerv aoo-l.
leo 1 Rear,e,l Coffee rtitrar-.a nholae ail..ia. a,., I
a great favorite.
10 Rbl.. t X (Jol.len Nyiup, dripping. Vrom Unl
B near, anil a eimipa hi, ...i
ie Dnoia. leoiuen .yrup, eilia ni-e.
10 " Suear Houae Svt-Hti.
" M. U. aaolaaaea in. .r.ili
so Sack. Rio Coltee No. 1 stn.
v 'in - . exrrn.
10 11 Hantua" .. a aw a.ttat..
Kvery kind and quality oi Tea. that ai drilled
Ral.lna. Fie.. Cureanta. Ilpiarf a,.-Mh-. . 1.
looaeeo, i. irara. wood and Wlllnw v.'aM L lun..
ware, Crockery, 1,0., and a large variety toe
aunieioua to mention.
vaenng tnilv eratertil rne tha vera-lika.al .iM..
age he haa received frara the oltlaena of Ua ton and
aurroun.ling country, he dealiea to hava them eon
tlnue, feeling aure that he can now better thaa aver
hei.tofore, pleaaethe publio.
He desire, tl.a imitla fn a. II krnM n..Mv..,n.
aa ha ...... . - . . ' ,
-- - - auinnuf luuucemeuis.
NOV. 28, 1859.
John, Van Doren &, Co.
NO 5 IflAIW WTKEET,
KK NOW IN RECEIPT OF THE1K
- HKCONU PURCHANK, and ars offering s large
and splendid tsrlety ol
AT A REDUCTION (,V
20 U tS prr cent, uu former Prices!
ilegant Stock of Silks,
HoiiyilT AT KEUUCKO PKICKS, AND
SELLING EXTREMELY LOW!
Wotil Dress Stuffii. &c.,
AH Wool Delaines,
All, Wool Plaids,
CHBAPCR TffAN ByERl t; .
PRINTED DE LAINES;
19 1-9 Ac IN 3-4. Worth 93 rl
A LARUK STOCK.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
JUSTICE of the PEVCE
VffMsl ATTKNDTOTHE COLLECTION
of Claims la Montgomery Countf . hv suit or
otherwise. Jf neceasarj, cum pet en t counsel wiU
employed. Ks)clat attention paid to maKlnf
Lerwruai MHutnvr AeVfta luiruiueaia. aut
SHABSa $20 KiCH, r CUAKTEa PCPETVAL.
HOME INSURANCE CO.;
Of Cincinnati, O.
OFFICE NO. 33 WEST TUIHD T.
CAPITAL HTOCKr - - $300,0ra
VHIS Comuivir fbur Dwelling?, FaroU
turanaffTi raiiajKllse. Also, Carao nhf naieota
favor Irriua. LoasaM qultabl) aojuiel aad
T.PhlDPa. John l. Park, t hai P.Wtlstauh.
Henry Maolc, JuahuaJouea, T. H C.Allen,
w. itaaeiiioe, ioaepa now, Kreeiuan.
Ob 6. M. YOUNli, Arut at la-toa.
H. B. Ctt ANULEa, Kiirjfor,
Ample City reiereneee can be elvea relative to the
oharaoter aud responsibility of this Coat iea) .
Eighth Aonual Report ef (be
Ashland Mutual Fire Ins. Co
- ' . ; ; .
assete ol th Co. Mereh Ilat, ', . iul ki,o
the rear eedlne March vih, tabs.
Amount of propvrt .uuied, aiaye.cel.a
t'ltirra. . . .
lllsrelvJ Tm.aoteo, ii .i c -
b, . Na
lotereet,- - aoe itf
lMaeaexplieeeue.ted, , Sle.es fn,.n ,
Preeeet.aptteltoniiietlo.eee, ' ' ai-ia.iss.ai
luaiatios ol BiluirlHielvalil. premium
Boaae aaaiuraa Or elMlx. el real Hale. 1U.I4'10
oa hatt il.luT.w .
due troaa Af eats, s,ae.'j
aaturea, ia.ki . I nrj.il
... . , t.
L. ler aeaxsoli, lee'y.
DHL ATS ARB DANOEROUSI
oUoUas (rute4 uikus euai-kaAardoiul brmtertr.
ailharua Ua klutual or t'aak auutoe Uia a.u-1
SMsae,ar awu er v ..,.. Apply to
oau, ei. viii'iv,, Liavtoo,
aiurl Ji. a. t HAHULkti, ure).
e at ltrmtdr .lu. u
Clt f DUeiiHal ' .
b ncxjiRiaa he ,h0a t.T
practlee, elm.U( a period of ten years, that I'm.
I. a rellabl neiedy Id aOMitiuKa otherwise
Ibcurabla, Ha knt la hia no-..!,. tutouir... . I
auiaeroua eaaea .list ha haa.ured, ol -...u., ...n-
tnaiiaeu, palty, neuralgia, prtlal dealuraa. .ei.t.Ml
lltttlat, m.raurlal Ulaaa, t.,eG aLow iu vol,
.! Ikat poaiuia leuauM seal be fives lo litis
eaedemite. Coaaultatloa free.
Oi l aV K iKu. aaf b.r.l ... jfauua .t..
nwte' kukUiiaa, i,UaH,un,u, aanii
' ; .i
jo b isg or,;
, v ;
tiF r f
LATtUK AND SMALL,
SUNT To THE Ol-KK'i: Hv
T H K
Rv the HURKIN imit, , . ...... , . .
the work returned l,v , tirsivn to,iv
Or'FTrK. Third at. I a,u..M ai.,.
Commissioner of Daeos,-
roa TUB) STATIW ,,p
PNNSYLVAMA & INDIAN !.'
HAVINtl mniln mysalf fRm;i,ap vnt
law of the aeverki Aint.. ..i.i.. ..
l'.mIu".0, K'K,t'",cnnvenclnrli l.miit(
V aiwoniauce win, tin, law ol each Siatv
Dissolution of Pai tr-ership.
BV the relirou.ont ,.f i-)io. li Holt firm
the practi.-e of Hie !,,.. and I., m.,i..ni ..,.a
Bient, the N ' pnrinei.aip no neru aal.l Hon an t
M. B. Walker, la Una ln .H....I. ..t i ... i,,. .......
heretofore .wnn.le,! tn p. belnv unrliilel.ixl, wi.l e
oelve th atteuilouoi l.ih ih. .......
poaedol. IHjLi , '.VAihl.k.
M H. WALKER nn, (lenro I'. Wiilk, r
naverniadai lornie.1 a partuerahiii
pranllce of llu- law. Tl , y lll ,i,.
all huaine. Ihey it, - ),-iie ri.iro-u.l !.,
Uttlce ou 'third airi-el, l,a,i,, w.. lj
Building, No.. ,l i ,, .ai.!.
.t ji, .... r.'AK'tt.
Doti'l ftatii OUr l,l K.iw.i- aniav,
"IlUT let me mei.d tln-m f,.r yr.i t Aft
you go.d service, I mil ai.n put ,,ai haMer'
,rn uh , irm . i-eor leiurn I 1l,l I I, inir en . l.w, ' fi -Shoee
and Book, ivhlWi will ks.i ih (eet u arm
id dry, and wear more uurnl-i) tlian leail.. i,o!.
lour Jnl may I h it at V. I,. Ui.nuw':i ahw
store: at i. enho-ni'a.nn.r&IK a,.. I M.ln .i.,.
at the factory over Ml wist 6lh tie,-l. Daytn.'.
uiao-awu f,. I-. Je,KO,,.
TIIE Hnhwcrifref Uiw ua jiaaii (in'l fur BhIh '
j$tnc lot n( titH)! 'U HKV :,' (1 VVHHAS V
THKKri,otTwr(i Y fur's Hrnmu, nn-i exoi itvnt v
rleties, whii li r- now reu.r tr t'u.iitlriutii.
-Vult GriiMrers and Ka'itUH drsiiiiua oi imr
ehaaliis; (imxI jiOtl, tiavltU , (nut Irwaof tt.ie UuH,
will Ond it lo their alvu'tas;e t j cnilou on rhr mi
dersigned. JAMK.S U. UKKKN'E. S..n..
Attoutooe mile west or Dayton, on the tw-rm-.n town
Plaa. . AXH.isvti
"JOHN A McMAHO N,'
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Olfia on ThirJ street, lietween Msiw
Jefferson, oa uoor tat of the Mrthodial
hurck. . novae-si.i
State Military Association
rPUE THIRD ANNUAL MEKTINO
of the above Aaaoclarina will eaaemhle r
CINCINNATI, oa WKo.NKMiAV, the '.th day of
By order w. L Mf.MII.lKH,
Hiirneoo Gen'!, u ry.
Columbus, Nov. 2ft. 'as.
FIFTY DOLLARS. $5fl.
Dollara it Montli ana nil
rfO Introduce oor New Natlonnl U nihto
X Thread $20 Bowing Mart.
great chsn.ee for Traveling Aeii,-
.v cu a
permanent ho.iiH-a., at a Sou a v-ete
Aoureee, vim aiamp, lor yarriculala, , ...
J. W. JiAKKI.3 A to,,'-
. Kn 13 81,m,AV Ij-aII.m- Vlomra
oov3-Sww ' nil? ruN, MAi.
TIMOTHY II A Y BY TJIii iULli:,,
AT LOW FIOOBEsF
THIRD 8TBEKT, SEAB ST. CLAIK ST.
WANTED '20,1X10 Pounds of old
V Bubbet Bkuee, at
MONRuK s.-.,c..l More,
aovMlna N.1. A6H Third at
Store Rooms u Kent.
THOSE TWO V K R V DI'SII.M;"' V,
targe and com modioli -
th north aide of Third wret, af jr-tn' -i-umU
by Itmnt Har&lro0t leoat '.i- t' 'V I
UaaMUlUr ai'Ai, . .JVi UN 111 :
THE I,Alit;i:,;i'. it k
Stats for oa TLtsnsui I I'ffw.ii,!'
By ths SUiiKlada.
or tor A lnt Leae-
O. hi KI .
J. s ',
tyol tUana . tr. .)) r.H1
purtoti-, m r - i
ravn-e, tt -... k
im al! v, t "ti .'
leftUA lair par Uuj. -
r KW ..-
Ml 13 nnult'i'
itt, (wi'Ji or m
Ail, t 4 tei t'iai .
i v .. t
i i a
Tii aaksgi vine Oy&tera.
) K. B. hUl'LL will ti j.repoif J tn
, I ..-., ah St eitij.,, r Ivaytolt hu.l tna tur.
. u,M,u. ali-l Co,.,. J "Willi it!j.n.' Ire.h alid
laai .4ara. fcy Ike it ' cel., ajiat-lug ot .
,' DO ah LI IhtCTEB, '
The U iter kre SlAiX-KZO.
tKarfoN'T KHIUIKT Tlli l'LACE!-!
A 0. Anv .(i.aatitv of Caudiee. Hult, rrmla.
klaa, tSea.1. a, tm Aplta. mUt., lor il,ankiv
I". B. aniji.L, .
) ' I Adel PkUllAai Mvu, iui Mamkjdala.