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OLAKX, EDITOR f BOTRIETOB.
Tnaaaay BTnin. Do. . 109. KTRttdini MUtaroa Kasr Page xl WiFor Locals, Talgraph. an4 othar atasrt of intaresi aad Information, First and fourth Pti. Hope for Seward. Ths Chloago Tisass thinka that, aftr all, thera may ba nmi hop for Seward. Hit wandering! la the Far Kaet hate had a ln floial Influence on him. When he loft the Amerioan ahorea, he wm eiulti.nt in the bei lief of an irrepressible eonfliot between the North and the South, whieh might, he thaught, if be did not hope, end in bloodt eked, and in a disruption of the Union. Siaoe then we here had John Hrown's ex loite. It ie not probable that Seward baa heard all the particulars of the tragedy to which hia doetrinea hare led. Nererthe. leaa, hia feelinga hare gradually ohanged in hia absence. From on board the Mah ltrooi kaa, oa the Mediterranean aea,S)ward wrote the 19th of September. "The eea ie a strange reoeneiler of eonfliota.'' He might hare been brooding over hia "irrepressible eoni Diet ;" but If not, we reoominond that that "eonfliot'' be aent to eea. In the aame let ter, further along, he growa aick of Africa and palhotieally exolaimi. ''I am weary of the land of Ham !'" We trust the day may come when Seward will be woury of earr ing the descendant of Haul in thoao United States. Who Would Have Thought it? The following rery candid and truthfnl paragraph we clip from the editors! columns of the Dayton Weely llaaette, of November UCth, and we confess it strikes ua very pe euliarly, coming at it does from one of the "ergane" of that party who have been so profuse in their laudations of the admirable workings of the Underground Kuilroad, and contributed so liberally of tho "material aid' to keep its machinery in working order: Ctiua Amomo Fuqititb Nkoroks. Cans da, that portion ouraed by the population of runaway ncgroea, la beginning to teel the legitimate eUoctaof the eervile fugitive emi gration, Ul ten persons convicted at the Kent County aseuos, recently hold at Chat ham, aeven were negroee. Levi Harris, negro, waa eentenccd to the penitentiary for five years for an assault with intent to oommit a rape; Henry Woodward, negro, waa sentenced to the penitentiary for live . yeare for manslaughter, and two of bia aona, parties to the oriuie, were sentenced to jail - for four in on the each; William Chapman waa aentoneed to be bung on tho luth of December for rape. .' "Cursed by th population of runaway , negroes,'' that la the word, la it? It la just . what w have ever been preaching to these . gentlemen, but they have kept their ears ao f atuSad with wool that the; oouldn't, or wouldn't hear the truth. They have been told time and again, and the assertion sub- ataoitated by fact and figures, that "the legitimate effects'' of their dishonest policy - would be the increase of every species of crime and rascality throughout th ooantry, particularly "that portion cursed by th population of runaway negroee," but we did not expect ao aoon to hear on of th High l'rieate of th Order, candidly admitting th faot The truth is, they have never for one moment been aotuated by any sentiment of real sympathy for the negro, in their dis honest and dirty businea. No, indeed; it waa not from any feeling of friendship for the "poor slave'' that they would lend them, selves and give of their meana to ateal him from bia legitimate owner, where he waa provided and oared for, and thrust him into the world to take oare of himself, without the means or ability of doing ao, and where the "legitimate effect'1 of his position would ba a compulsion to the commission of crime, if It were not already inherent in him, and be takes to it a naturally as a duck does to water, and he becomes a "curse'' to that portion of the country where be dwells. It i not aympatby for the negro that actuates these men, and their piofossion of the senti ment ia most hypocritical it ia the proapeot of personal aggrandizement the hope that by dabbling in thia dirty business they may succeed in gaining euch in influence over soft-hearted and soft-headed fanatios and old women, aa will ultimately aucceed in elevating them to positions of place and power which they bare no earthly proapeot of ever reaching through the good sense of their fellow-oitiiens knowing and feeling that they do not possoss the real worth and moral integrity to entitle them to the posts to which their ambition aspires. Thia, and thia only is the mainspring of their actions the turn and substanoe of thoirsympathy and they will wickedly persist in their oonrse, though crime of every hue follow a th "legitimate effects" of their treachery and dishonesty, and every aeotion of our fair country becomea dubly "cursed by the population of runaway negroes. J. Th Chicago Reform Bohool. The Ket port of this School for tha last year has been published. Th Ho port aayt : Th number ia school October, 1858, was 168; number received during the year, 147. Of these 152 have been disposed of bv ap prenticeship, discharged, and other methods leaving, 1C8 new in the school. The priu- ipal eauaea ol commitment are petit laroe ay, vagrancy and homelesaneas. Th total number of fureigeign ininatea ia 76 ; Ainerii can, u. J he parents ol Uie obildren are mostly laborera, but at the same time one lawyer, three engineers, two merchants, two musiaians, one artist,and on physician have children there. The number of th ob.il' dren who had poor parents wae 288, and out ol this number Ml iamuies were poor ow. ing to intemperano. Moat BALvmoa AnuiiaixT. Some onknown vtlltaa In lialtiiaureshot throoph the window of the hoaaa of a Herman named Lind, a ntrht or two since, and the ball from tha pistol, which would have killed him, but for his accidental stooping down struck tha temple of his little daughter, In flicting a dangerous wound. Lknd has no doubt tbe intention of the scoundrel was te kill him, though rof what reason ha eaa notdlvina. sr,A drunken German at LoJi. N. Y. while hi wife wa trying to get him to bed, a few days ago, overthrew a lamp npoa a trundle-rod in whioh hi ohiM, aged five years, wa aleeping, and th little folio waa burnt to death. . man named Wataoa was killed in St Mary's oounty, Md , on Friday night last by another man named Bragg, with whom h was on a pra. Bragg wa arrested, ana is now In jail. afa.Oaman faoba ha just received, as a present iron in rope, hi Jioiineae s por trait aom-raved on onyi and riohlr mounted, brvio rendered by Us man when in ou at Tripoli, with respect to th erection of a Bosaaa Catholio Covenant, bar procured ma anif lafor, Lewis Napo'tnn snesue ehall be the Inset in the worll baa bee dannitelT deelded cnoa. will ooonpy one aide of the square which la to be made opposite th head ol lb Fa da I Pail. tkTn new onere-bonee, which lea). A late Utter frota Parte sarai "On Friday th Emperor weot onl shooting with Prino Mattarnioh. Hie M sleety brought down 150 birds, Ao. Th Prince, for diplo many, modestly contented himself with UU.f' THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JiMKa OLAKKB 8 Celebrated Female rill. Prtfrti from a prtteriftitn 8tr J, CUrh Pkfririan Einr4inrf I las QiMta. This lavaluebl aaedlelnela unfailing latksearee all those painful aa dancerous sInhm t waMk thefmalcoatltutloa Is subject. It asderatd eaoeases aad hmtn all batrustloa a, aada epee our nay ba relied aa. TO MARRIED LADIES Itts peculiarly suited. Itwlll.laataort tlss,brtn on th monthly parted wit regularity. Kaeh bottle, prlea One Dollar, tears th Govera- nent stamp of Great Irltato, to prevent counterfeit. CAUTION. Thcic Film should mot aa Taata at vk stalks Dt'aino th FIRST THREE MONTHS or Pace- Mcr, as rstr Aa eoas to aaia o Huol aiAOS, BUT ATARI OTMKB TIMK THIT ABI SAT. la all eaaea of Nervous aa Spiaal Affeetloae, Pain la the Baca and Limbs, Fatigue oa ll(ht ex ertion, I'alpltatloa of the Haart, Hysteric an Whiles, thae Fills will affect a vara when all olhar means have fal led; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the conatltutloa. Full directions In thepemphlotaronadeach pack et, which should ba carefully preserved. Sols agentfor tha Vnltedtats and Canada, JOB MOKEX, (Late I. C. Baldwin Co..) Rochester, New-Tor a. N. B. 1,00 and sla postag stamps enclosed to any authorlied Agent, will Insure a bottle, eoatala lng pills, by mall. Sold la Daytoo by W. W. STEWART, and WALTERS k EKLSO. my 14 CHRISTMAS pt AND toj.VuGiiS!t-j;a.s P. H. D'AKCY, POST OFFICE B IT I L D I NO, Dayton, O., a NOW KECKIVINO HIS STOCK OF 1 Oooo.1i for the HOLIDAYS, which for beauty find variety are uosurpftased In this alt jr. His stock of Caudles and ronfevtlvneilea 1 eosoplete, and of tht? very Iwst qualltl. He is alio agent for Malthy's Baltimore Oysters, which will be told on reasonable term, either by the en, hull oa or pUts. He extenJi m oorthul iDvlUtton to hit friend nd the pubHcjenerllr, to give htm n cell. novia Death to Rata and Vermin! HEME WE COIHEit CITIZENS, MILLEKS AND FARMERS! now la your time to extenalnat your Rats, Mice, Rnachee and Bed Bugs. By the request of many Cltltcns 1 hare prepared two hundred boxes of mv Kxcelslor Vermin Destroyer, for the use of inose wno may oe piagueu wun tneee aeetruetive vermin; and I will continue to keep It all through the winter. Thia preparation Is free from all dangerous pois ons, a nil can be used la Kitchens, Hantrlee. Cup boards, Cellars or Htables, without being in danger of livjurlng the human family, or useful animals; but is sure to destroy that which it Is designed fur. The testimony of hundreds of Cittieneean be had to testify to the utility ol thia article, as they have used It for many years. It learee no stench, aa tha vermin go oir to streams 01 water to ale. Can be had at mv residence. No. 107 Jefferson At.. between 6th and sth, or from tha boy who will carry It through town for sale. N. B This Is the only preparation that haa aver been made or cold here which contains attractive oils to -naka vermin eat tt every time It Is laid for mem. van. 0AT. novl Journal copy. New Meat Market IN OREGON. rpHK UNDERSIGNED, ALIVE TO X the necessities of th people, haaepeaad ia his Grocery titora a DAILY MEAT MARKET, Where the public can And, daily, Fresh Beef. Mut ton, Pork, Lard, Sausage, Ac, at the cheapest Mar ket Prices. In mv Grocerv every famllv need can ha supplied: besides good Catawba, Old Rye. Brandy. Absvnth. just recelvod, and excellent huihb wins. Which I sell at 10 centa tha nlnt. and tS cents oar bottle. Give me a call. FHILIP WALTZ. nov30-tf D issolntion of Partner ship. I) Y the retirement of Geo. B. Holt from . . i . piKiiuw ui . ii i w . -li u uj ui it tu i ainv ment, the law partnerahlp between said Holt and M. B. Walker. Is this uav dissolved. Tha business heretofore oonniled to us being unflnlshed, will rev eeive ins aiieuuoaoi oota ue pariaere unm aia poccdof. MOLT WALK1B. nuvw New Partnership. MB. WALKER and George Ie. Walker have this dav formed a DartnerahlD for the practl actlce of the law. They will give due attention to an Duainess tney may nave entrusted to them. omce on Third street, Vayton, O., In CI egg's Building, Mo. S. m. D . VAU1H, GBO. f. WALKliR, novo Thanksgiving Oysters. Dfc V. IV 8HULL will b prepared to furnish the ettitenc of Davton and the sue- rounding towns and country with choice freeh and sweet Oysters, by the case or can, consisting of KUBBKK OHh'S, SELECTED and DOUBLE 8ELKCTED, The Utter are ITALL-EED. MTDUN'T KOIU1KT TUB ?LACEI-a ALSO. Any quantity of Candles. Nuts, Fruits, Plcklce, Feachas, fin Apples, au., for Thanksgiv ing. D. F. B. SHULL. novas Under Phillips House, eor. Main a s.1 sts. pe n C OBD, DELIVERED For 'good Seasoned Four Foot Wood, $3,75 TER CORD! FOB GOOD SAWED AJTD SPLIT STOVE WOOD ! BcaJjr for use, delivered to any part of the elf j. ALSO, THE BEST QUALITY OK Cambridge Grate Coal! AT TUB LO WEtiT PKICE. Good Measure and SATISFACTION GUABAfiT'KD P. H. COLB, A fat, novie omce 1st St., opposite Swaynle Houee. J. F. BOYER, Km. 8S4, Secoad Street SoathSlds), MANDFACTDRJtR AND DBA LIB IN TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON Work of B vary Kind. Copper, Brass, Enamelled and Sugar Kettles. METALLIC EOOFIHO, BP0TJT1HO, QUTTZEINO, AND J0BBI1IO QF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE tTOld Copper, Brees aa. Part nttd.jt MTAU Work Warranted. wr.TM M.Ma.,a--ai4. OHAO. H. CLARKD. REAL ESTATE QENEUaT agent. VTTILL bay and aall oa Oommieeinn Real v v ! or an aiafls, noa.ls, ln Warrants, Notes. Mortgagee, s. make eollectlone and nego tiate loane. Will locate I And Warrants. Insure froperty et reeeoaabte rates la good responsible ompanlee, and do a geneaal r g eacyaadcommlasloa Suslnese. Lf-No charge anlees sale la mad. Offio wttk T. A. S. ajmlth, oj., Clegg's Building, Thlrdslreet. Graduated Lands. TIIR Undersigoed i prepared to obtain Patentafnr all persons hil.llng diipllcatee foi Graduated Leads, on which Talents hev not been received. The recent statement of tha Department that all estttieaoa which patenta are not delivered will he cancelled, renders It of theulmoet Importance that parties should secure their tltlee by utitaloing pat ents, or they will Inevitably loee their land. I'artlrs leaving their duplicates with me for that purpose, will be charged nothing unices I auooeed la obtaining their patenta. eta CHAS. I. CLARKE, Agent. FOR 8 ALU! A HANDSOME KhyiDEM'K, on mil west of Dayton, aa the ridge overlooking th the city, with upwards of frur acres of land. The ground Is well stocked with hearing fruit treec, grapea, strewberrlee, raelerrles, Ac, and rilenty of shrtiKbery. House two-story, eight rooms, n good condition, large cellar, and outbuildings An attractive plaoe, Terree reasonable. CHAS. K. CLARKR, aeptm Clegg s Building, Sd street. 21 Dollars an Acre! FOK a good Farm in Darke County, A miles north east of Union ally. 7 acres under good cultivation, balance good tlmberi rich black null. I'mnto house ol rooms hanueomely eltualed, and surrounded by a locust grove, guou frame bam, oorn crib, stable, jnd other out buildings. Good bearing Orchard with all klmle of fruit. Tola la a great bargain. CHARI.Kg K. CLARK K, aug a. Real Ketata Agent, Clegg's Building. FINE FARMS!. CITY PHOl'EKTY WILL BE TAKEN PRaI PATMSNT. IN 10 ACRKH, eii milea from the City, be- twee the Brant and Valley Turnpikes, and two mllee from ancisly'e Ml I la. auacree under cul tivation, balance good timber. 1 UK ACKK8 excellent land In Shelby XOtJ county. si miles from Sidney, and I mllee from Fort Jrtteraoni luuacree under cultiva tion, balance good timber. Orcherd of grafted fruit, good frame house, barn, etable, com orib, granary. a. Three aood springs aod a good wall. A vary dealrabla place. ALSOi i) A ( ACRES in Hancock oounty, near a 4V'dtv'a Railroad station, good house and best quality of land, luoaeree Improved. ALSO! FINK Suburban property in full view of, and handsomely overlooking the city. Those having property to eachange will Hud It to their In teract to call upon CHARLK9 T.. CLARK, angJ. Clegg's Building, Sd St. Land. Land. I WOULD call attention to Land now of r.rtxlto eKohenaf. for Cltv Prouertv or tiooda. I Qcst.il m follow.. OHIO Shelby, Rom, Allen, lfUnce, Henry, Fulton, U.rke and Willlnni.Countle.. IWDIANA Kai.dolph,Welle,W.b.h,Hurk, Jasper, rulaakland Lak. Counties. ILLIIfOlB Lawreuce, Kichland. Cr.wford and Jaaver Counties. MI BSOTJRI OhanloD, Washington, Madiaon Kipiejr, neynoius, oregoa anu Shannon Counties. IOWA -Scott, Uucta.nao, Boooe, Cdar and Van Bursa Counties. BtTINNEBOXA Dakflta, Ramsey, Rice,8cott anu neioa fjounti... The above are ehotoe lauda. and will beexthanred oa tha moat desirable term a on application to ItiAsi . ILAHKH, JT Clerf Building, Third atreet. FARMS, l TWO HANDSOME and highly improved farms, lying atxrat 4 miles north of the city, 76 , aeres each. CITY PHUfKKlY will be taken in part payment. ALRO, 840 aerea In Haaeoek County, not far from the ' eounty seat, and three four tha of a mile from .rail road station, loo aerea improved, balance excellent tlmiter Very Una land, and will be sold at a bar gain. ALSO, liMaereaone mile north westof Union Glty, well Improved, a ereek running through the oentra, never falling water, large oarn, good bearing or chard, spring a. ko. ALSO, 4 aeres In Darke eounty, part good timber; good land, a No. 1 barn, painted, goo4 house, g 1,000 down, balance on long time. A Lao, A number of other farms variously located and all very cheap, together with a large am oust of dealra bla city property of every description. Jyll CHAN, E. CLARK1, Id Bt, Farms. 94-4 ACRES m Illinois, 4 miles from Sum w i ner,on tha O. at M. R. H.t one hundred acres Improved, the remainder timber o I good quality, deep, rich , alluvial aol 1. There are two good Dwelling Housesontheprem Ises .convenient out-houses, and Intkauldstof a good settlement. Thia farm la offered at tha low price of $19 per acre, being much less than Its value. For sale by CHAS. K. CLAKKK, Real Estate Agnt,Sd street. City Property Desirable Ueil cienve! IotTer for sale on rennonable terms, a new anil handsome residence on Id street, be low Perry. The House Is large andeonimodlous, with allthe modern improvements and conveniences: la finely located, and In a good neighborhood. Will besold cheap, it application Is made aoon. CHAS. C CLARK K, mhS RcalKttste Agent, Clegg's Building. FOR SALE CHEAP. i place I CHAS. K. CLAHKB, Third street. augs T AND WARRANTS UOllilHT A SOLD J-i at Cincinnati quotations, or located la Iowa, suuw, neuresea,ur missuuri, uj CHAS. B. CLARKE, mhS Thtrdstreet. ARE YOU INSURED! I AM Heady to take riska for gubatantial companiea. In the city and country on favorele term. 1 reureaent the follow lor eomuaniea. and oan furnlab ample refrencea here aa to the relieMil- j ui jiiucr: MERCHANTS Insurance Company, Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co, (INCORPORATED 1131.) orricc, mo. s, wan st., n.t, CASH CAPITAL, CASH SURPLUS, 9250,000. - S129.000. Irving Fire Insurance Co. (IKOOBPOBATII) 1BS1.) OFFICE, N. , Wall alrcef, ft. Y OABH CAPITAL, 9200,000. CHAS. B. CLARKE, Agent, atifB Clen's BuUUius, id st. A. V. 1IOFEH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Notary Public, DATTON, .... OHIO. aTOrricB m Clbcki' Buildiko,"! (WlthT.F. Thresher.) In tha rooms formerly occu pied by VaUaadlKham McMahon. oct8-lnid V. V. WOOD, D. r. liC AO, 0. M. W1TS, WOOD, NEAD & WINTERS, Attorn eye at Law, DATTOMT, .... OHIO. WILL MAKE COLLECTIONS AND attend promptly to all legal business eatruated to them, la th!e and adjoining conutles. Ofs'lCK South-east corner ol Mala and Third sta., opuoelta the fhiiups nous. aovs Oyster Season Opened ! I 0 O BEST BALTIMORE NU7 Ousters, Received by Express Direct from BALTIMORBI Everr Day lu the Wcekl THE 8akeribr ar now reoeiring daily by Kapress the best quality of Baltlme Ityetera, which they will wnrratit good, and ssll by the cam, NAi.r canonoAsn, at the lowectrstes. 'amlllecand Uealera supiilled oa liberal terms. Orders solicited (roai banters la every paxtv the aouatry. keaisaiaer taaykaep tha bad la themerVet. w, a. a&AtiVEsavm a cx., ' K, lJ, M tnjl, BsyiMsr Tl 3i Al Q V W bar remored our Stock to Lowe'a New Building, RO. 74 MAIN STftrjET, YXTORHB, owing to r.nr (rreatlr nlrcad room, ere .hall he prepared te oCr large andeomplcl aesorlment of House Furnishing Goods. The stock eomprUee CARPKTINCa'S OF ALL KINDS 1 floor emVTthl Otl Cloths, DnieveU Curtain Pam eelte. lAoesntl Muslin nrtmns, Window fhsttee an1 TrinmilnRS, Window HolUinls, ;ilt Cornt-ee, Unnife and Plus, (. owe and 1ml. a MM tints, Hiiki. Uonr Mats, Wall & Window Tapers, Decoration Paper, Hangings and Borders. Furniture rhlntrs, Tnwellne;, Naphine, I.lnea and Musun flneeuii, i arue i iueni, Hieaietj niuC" Una, Irish Ltni'iia. TaMe anrl I'iano to vera, e.e., fce.( e.t eOur Increased faoilitiea fur I M POUT ING and purchasing from MANUFACTURRRS, en able as to sell goods as low as the; are sold any where In th West. An examination or our stock Is respectfully eoltclted. VAN A USD A L, DIXON & CO. nana L'OR RKNT A Inrirn and oomrdrlalile A Dwelling House, on Hie corner of Third and Roe streets, contaluiug nine rooms. Apply to aovlT-tf on the premises. P. LA(tR, 0. IIAKIIRINO. ST. CHARLES, JrHrraen HI., brltvrrn 9l and 3d, IH BECKEL't NEW BUILDING, DATTON, O. RESTAURANT AND I3AR1 1 ! MKAW Al ALL HOURS! Hoomi for Part Irs always rcii.v, Acconimmla- lloni for Transient noanleri. The Bar Is furnish ed with the bst Wlnrsand I.ltjuors, uovlt) At WILLARD & WIIEATON'S, No. r. Third street, near Main. BOOKS Thefollowlnf list of NK W BUUXK, just reo'd. By WIL,LAKI V WIIU.iTON. MEMOinS OF N A POLEON-H1 Court and Family; y the Duohess O'ahrantes (Madame Jilnot) In S Vols, with numerous Portraits engraved on steel. LBADERB" of tba REFORMATION, Tha Representative men of (Germany, France, England and Scotland, by John Tullocli, D, 1). "MONET KINO, and other Poemr, oy jonn u. eaxe. SOLD FOIL, Hammered from Popular Proverbs, by Timothy Tltcomb. MINISTERS' WOOING, by Harriet ueecher stowe. THE CORNER CUPBOARD, or Facta lor iiTervDoayi Forming noomplf te KucTclopeilln of ITscftil KnowU eogei lllustrnteu wun over iimki Migravlngs. tly authorof 4tlnfUlre Within," So. PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter Evenings' Entertainments: Containing Aotlng Proierhs, Draniatlo Charades, ActlngUhnrauea, nrawlng Room rnntomlmes.Ac, with Desorlpt.ve KngrnvlliKS. Ily authurol "Wa glolan's Own Book," "Soolable," Ac. LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTE BOOK: With Reminiscences and Chit Chat of tha Green Room anu stage. B ui:o. vanulniioi-i. WOMEN ARTISTS, In all Ages anu countries, by sirs. KUet. A GOOD FIGHT, and Other Tales, hy Charles Reaile; author of Love me Little. Lo'a ma Long. SWORD AND GOWN, oy tne author of uuy Livingstone. FROM DAWN TO DA t" LIGHT, (a new supply) by Mrs. Henry Ward Ueecher. "HARRY LEE," or Hope lor the Poor, il iiiscratca. Received this day, and for sale at Sill THIIID STRF.KT, novl One door West ol the Town ClucK. Thanksgiving GOODS I. N. & W. M. GREEN'S 20 linzoa (New Kiuainn) halves and niiurt ten, at I. N. a W. M. Green's. Choice li t tnhurjili liuckwhpnt Flour, ia .ark. for family use, at 1. N.A W. M. Green's. Kxtra Nice i'enn. Peitchea, juttt received at I. N, A W. M. Green's. Prunes, .untco Currants and Figs at I. N.fe W. M.Green's. 20 boxen Fire Craukora, very low at I. N. A W. M. Green's. Fine Nov; Soup Mains, just received and for sale cheap at 1. N. & W. M.GKEEN'SJ, JiovlT No.ais, Main street. American1 Eating House. OYSTERS, On sic rs. At the Ameilcan Saloon, Main Street. 4 TTACHED to this estaliliBlimnnt is a nice, quiet and respectable Saloon.where you can have Oysters cooked In even style, and eervert up In a clean and sueriur manner. Cbargea lksb than at any other plaoe. Also, Game ia rJeaaon Meals at all Honra. I. II. NICHOLS, tLunsh at 10 A.M., every day. novhdlm. Taxes! Taxes! Taxes! To the Tax Payers of Montgomery Uounty! VOUIt TAX KE0K1PTH ARE NOW eomiiarAtlvely but e imiill amount pnuL Ttione that put It oft tit. near the last, will HnJ It nlmoit lm poiiibie to get to the counter. The law require, that at leait one-half of your Taxee be paid on or belore the )th Qt Lteoeinber.nnU inipoaeii a ine ol A per cent, on all taxea due anil not paid at that time, liaa, atreet lutprovument and ilullnquent taxed are I ...1. ft. - SI I t l. at t- ..- aiiuuoon or oeiore me auiu 01 aJuceuiiier. Thli AicaI year cloix-a mv olltolal term, tt will be neoetaary to have the taxea In accord. iir to law, In oider to enable me to make aettlenient and a thow lng, eg the law require!. Look to our lntvreati In time, auu nave ooeu ana penalty. JONA'lUAN KKNNKY, Trcaiurer M. 0. O. TieMurer'i Qflloe, Nov. 9, '61. noviu nONKKCTIUNKUIKS, b'ruite, Cocoa Nuts, (. andiei, Prunea, Datei, Pepper Kmioe, Ketchup, Bardlnea P.luklcd Dyitera, ( lama, Lobatera, Mua ani Piuklei, Pine Applea and Pea lies In Klaaa Jars, aud a variety of other goodi too nuuieroua to mention, just received aud for tale wholmale and retail, by dovH Jj. & P. If (.HULL. )( HAvSKETrt ChumpagDe; v 1 barrel Holland Glm 1 barrel Jamaica Hum, 1 " Irish WhiaKyi 0 Hyo " Bourbon Whisky " Vreuuh li randy. Just received. uovtt U, A F. B. SHULL; 1 ( HACKS prime PuttDUts; 1 V a barrels Almond t barruls PLhertitj B Peuanst i " llrali Nut' t " a.uifiiBh Walnutif 10 boxes Layer Halslua. Just received. uovd JJ. A F. . 8HULL. FKKrtU "DVHTKHrt reooived daily" by Kx press, direct from aUaltioiore, nov u, a p. d. flllULI.. nODKY ti LADIKS' HOOK, and PeterBOD,i magaitae lor iNoveoiber. just received, oetie 4J. ev V. U, i HDLL, A BEAUTIFUL lot uf I'ttnei, iuat opened - uy novf u. si r s U. BHULU A A'l'LK.S, by the barrul or buatiel, tor aal .by oovtt U.fc V, B. AHULL. Michigan Cranberries. 1 R BARRELS of thebeat quality of Miobi V a Craaberrlea, in exoelleut eond.tlon, iut reeeiveaJ. val Utw sale at Hbutenale aiiti retail.! A.Hi.SECOND FALL rURCHASK! 035,ooo;oo i , WukTH OP ' Now Dry Goodc! Prom Auctloa te be sold within eodaye, ' a t flKEATl.T ni:Dtrci:D I'ltlf ll . ; . N. P. DOUGLASS ft 00. PHILLIPS' IfBW BUILDINQ, No. tS itlnlsi Slrrtit, DAYTON', (., Fancy Silks at -Plain Hiscs anlraat . Very Best le La! nee at -Knallsh Merlnoes at - Prlnte, . . Very good do. (warranted) Good do - - -Bleached Muslins, (yard wide) - 7Sc worth l A l no " al J'' i'o" tit - S'o M an l ' Its e'.o " in a vo " ' ,' ,e " AU Draaa Qooda Reduced Very Lowl Other Goods as Cheap la proportion. CLOAKS, NEWEST STYLES! At Nsw York fries. SHAWLS, do for f.i,00 worth 7..r.O for7,(() " IO,ihi HOSIERY & FANCY fiOODS! LOWKR than will ba found elsewhere. (JOODH KOKMKN ANDUOVS' WEAKI HOOP SKIRTS, tl per cent, lower than ever offered. ' " IiADIICH' tSilOEH, rna incut in M 5 KKKT I Also agents fnr , Lester 'a Bewtug Machines, Warranted the Host Machines In Use. IThe above 1. not enre..rateH Am ttrrs .1. ternilneil to .ell our Oiimls lor ( nsli, UAprr cent, lower than eaa uebouslit elsewhere. N. I'. DOUGLASS A ('O., nT.. ? Main st ret. IF you aoek for more LIGHT, buy OoilTir, Larre Burner CO A I. Ol I. I.AM P. wl.lch for brilliant Unlit Is not aurpaatrd by any other Patent, at the same expen-e. The Large Dumer cousumee not above one cent'i worth ni oil per hour; the small Burner half cent to the hour. We la stock have Stand Lampi, Class and Brass, Biauu Lamps, Marble Foot, Parlor, do do ' Suspending, Hasp Swing, Hide Lamps, Glass an- Brans. We also keen a seneral assortment of Lard Oil and Fluid Lamps. Please dive us a oall. novia HECKLKH, KliMLKV a M AXTON. CHANNEL'S donrorixod Coul Oil, for tmle at HKCKLKR. R KM IKY MAXTON'S. FHENCU CHINA Ju-t reonived a fow nice Dinner ts. Vases, and fanov ornanionta. novil HECRLKH, HKMLEV & MAX! O.N. FAMILY GROCERIES! New Stand Fresh Goods JOHN K. iiilUllAUT, - Agvut. NO 83 JEFFERSON ST., A FEW DOORS SOUTH Of TUB JUHtRT IIUU8U, Dayton, Ohio, H AS JUST RECEIVED A 1'UESH AND well a..ortri stock of Hna Famllv Groceries. of every description. They have all been iiurchns- ed within the last few weeks, and were bought with exiiresa reterenoe to quality and trlce lie la Erepared to aell theni at as low prices ae thoy can e altbrdedi and Is resolved that no one shall leavri his store dlssatlslled. The following articles oomposc a part of his stock, via: N. O. Soht Cruabod and Pulverized, Refitted Svrups and N. O. Molasses. MACKEREL, No. 1,3 and 3 White r'lsh, Cod Fish and Herring Middletowu Sugar Cure) Hums, A Blltmrlor nrtlrlc. A fine supply of Beef and lluttun, ilaius, ionguoH, Ac, TEAS, - Of all grades, and of the very beat quality. lirown'e Clieone, Soveial barrels of first rate Vinegar Cidor: WOOD ANI) WIM.OW WAKE; The best quality of Brooms; Can Tobacco, of New York brands; Rest quality (Icrinun and other Cigars, Opal, Star and Tallow Cundlos, The best of Meshannook I'otatoea: CORN MEAL, Butter, Kicks, Lard, 4o. The host nunlitv of Fniuilv (h'liknrrt Ground and unirround Coffee, Hploes, Nutmegs, Clnanton, Cloves, Ac; Stone and Crock ry Ware, Ao. In ahort every artlole usually found la a Family Grocery of the Hrst character. lie respectfully makes hia bow to the citizens of Dayton and vicinity, and solicits a liberal share of their patronage. nuvlu I. N. & W. M. GREEN, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND OYST Elt'B, NO. 316, TIIIHD ST., ARE NOW PREPARED TO HUV ply their city and country friends with any thing and every thing In their line that Is nice and desirable. Our varied assortment Is complM,-, and our motto ls"LOW or LowBKthan the LuWESTI" 1. A line lot of Winter and Full Applos, Just received at I. N. a W. H. Green's. 2. Fresh Mutter beat quality always to be bad at l.N. W.il. Green's 3. A large invoice pf fine Cutting Cheese, at low prlcca, at I. N. k VV. M. Green's. 4. Nice Fresli t.ider just reneived and for sale at I. N. a W. M. Green's. 6. Choice Teas (Green and ISIuak) at very low prices, at I. U.k W. M. Green's. 6. OYSTERS Oysters, fresh every day, from Ualtlmore, and at reduced prices, at I. N.a W.M.Green's. 7. Choice Family Groceries, selected onrc- fully and warranted fresh at I. N.h w. M. Green's. 8. Com j with your money and buy cheap Groceries where you can have them de livered free of oharge, at I. H. dt V. M. GREEN S, novS No. IIS Third street. Fresh Goods! Fair Prices! MCINTME& HAIKU, GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS), US Main St., s doors below the Mai ket House. A full supply of Choice Family Groceries, of which we warrant all good. Colfee. Rio Coffee, Moolia, Java, Maricaho. MclNTlltU BAIRI). . Fins Taas. Imp Tea, V 11 do, Black da, Gunpowder do MulNTIKS a BA1HU. Molaaaea. N 0 Molusses, S II Mulanses, Syrups, MuiNTIHK a J1AII1U. Sugar. N O Sugar, P0wd do, Gran do, Crushed do Goitre do MvlNTlHU a HAIKU, . Sploee. Ground Pepper, Allspice, Clovea, Cinainon, MsINTIHK k BA1R1I t Balaratua & Cr Tartar. A superior article, which we warrant pure, tdtlNTIIIK k 11AIHU. Fine Cigara, ' v ' ' Uronsou's Fine Cut Tobaooo, Soaps, (Cheese, t'ornmeal, Croekary a tcueensware, 00 Bills Apple ftlvlNllHB BA1HU. nov7 2j UOXES Lemons, inprime order, just Jr ' D. a ". B. SHULL. LEMONS. 24 boxes French Lauonf, in prtsM order, Jiut racalvad. aut , r. HVi Nil 'A I I - S " "3 d 5 " I o it i Eh 5 J , . sr 't'-'i ly if B k s h m tt age J v IIILOIIRMnilillSiltllL 1 74 U Ct.Yi 7.1 el: m DisrtAT op Drcns Sililcrj and Hobco. VELVET FUJUNCED KOB' cy and WU1TK SILK ROUES, for evening. lloire InUquynil Urocattc Dresses J"t received from New Vera Auctloa Sales. Rich Dnlnina Rol-ea, for Ladies and Misses Shetland Wool Shawls, Veils, Nulles nnd Opera Hoods.Cloaks 'and Shawls; Embroidered Velve M'lr nka, Ih Cloaks. Kaplans and l'utera, all tha new styles of Shawls. Pieoos of Silks,, Silks, at 87J eents per jard. DOMESTICS AND L1NKNS! In Ihlsdenartmenl we have a Seslrahle slock of NK W GOOPS, and we offer them to Housekeepers uncommonly low prices. 1 Woolnn Droas tloods, A. Plain and Printed Merinoeg and Delnince; Puria Plnid, V lenoinaaml Poplins. Merino Under Wear,' selling at Coat, for Ladies, Grnls. and I hildro New style of OKM HOGP SRIRTS, entirely new In style and flnlsh, Just ree'd. from the manuractor ' i ' DELAND,1 aOSSAGE & CUYLER, oct7-3uicemAld.iw . V.i TI9 O. ' .i. Tl Wi-at Foil rlh Ktrrot, Opposite Pike's Opera House, CINCINNATI, OHIO. The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. I . ajw itiai ! ver 1 rraayaavBjM eta? 4t4-irsr iw"Ji HsrWr Over tliet liKliitnia Ic-nlrnl a liy- wai neair.ro isiiiiwcija. 0 V and lifter Monday, Nov. 14th, 1809, Tratna will leave llavton as felfower First iVIornliiK Train leave. Davton at 7:00 A. St., nrrivltiKat Imlliinalmlls at l'i:(K a. ef. making di rect connection with Lafayette A Imlinuapolte h. R. lor Lalajette and Clilcairo with IVrre Haule Hleh- mon' K. II, lor lerre Haute and V iugeunea, with m ail Kan A I mil an apn I Is 11. R. for Louisville, arriving al i:hli:nicoat e:Stir. M..nt Madlff4i and Loulavilleat O oo r. M.,Vlnoonnes 8:oo r. v., i'erre Haute at :to r. SiNiond Train. leaves Oavton at t:SOA.at..arrlvlna at Indianpolin atihiu p. si., making direct conneo- iiun nir ni. i.ouin,arrivuig lu M. lxuis al s:uua. M., two hours In advanoe of an j other route. Third Train leaven Uay oa at 6:00 r. sr.; arriving at tniUanapnlls at 10:00 p. m., mak og dlreot oouoeo tlont for all weatera "ova HENRY Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Rail Road. aSfJCTJLSiSSKr Tbreo Daily Trains, via. Columbus. Through ttokets. from Dayton to all Eastern vine. . e. imliy Train, each way, leaving Dayton b Kast as lollows: Nlklit Kxpressat l.lo a. rpHRKE I for tin m.iUay KxprcHSIl,45a.m.; AocointnodatlouS,l6p.ni. Arriving at Dayton, Accommodation a, IS a.m.; No. 1 Kxpi ess, 1,-6 p. in.; No. II Kxpress, 40 p. m. Trains run bv Cotumhua time, wliiali Is 7 minutes faster than tayton time. Through tickets can be had for all Kaateru olttea byoalllnKon P. H. Warman, Ticket Agent, at tho Depot, heat.Third street. Dayton, euia and Columbus Leaves ate,S0p. in., and arrtvee at 6.63 a. m. Al. freights left at the .Depot by ,I0 p.m., will be lorwaideil saute day.bv a,30 p, m. Krelghts ar at will ba delivered at a.ioa. J. DURAND, Supt. C. WARMAN, Gen'l. Ag't. aprll C. WARMAN, Gen'l. Ag't. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. ; CHANGE OF TIME. AS and after Monday Nuv. l l, 1 8o, Passes vr iter 1 rain willleavothe Athuree tVepot.Day- ton.forOiDclunntt aa follows: At 6. 00 a. m., 8.30 a.m., 4,00 p. inland. 16 p. m. Leave Cincinnati for Daylcn at t.BO a. u 10.110 a. m., 5.au p. ra., and 11. SO p. m.- novl DANIEL MoLAKKN.Bop't Dayton & Michigan R. R. Open To Toledo, ANU i ORUING IN CONNECTION with the Detroit and Toledo R. K., 40 miles tha ahorteat line between Davton and Detroit, and with the Pittsburgh, Kurt Wayne Chicago kail Road ,60 inllut the shortest Hoe between Dayton aud Chicago. TWO DAILY TKAINa On 1.0(1 nftr MONDAY, NOV. 14, 1HA9, reffulft train will lcHVaj Day ton for Toledo, ltroU atl fr'tHisT TKAIN htnvt At 10,96 a. m., arrive at Tuledo at 6,o p. ta.t Detroit 8,30 p. m.j conaect at UttriU with tlic Crrnt W wptern R. R.of Canada for Ningrira r'nllv, AUutuvif w York anil Uoiton; eon nrut at Limn mt 'i.ou u. iu. with traini od the i. Ft. W. ft C. H. It. lor Kurt Wayne and Chicago, arriving at Fort Wayne at l.oo p. n., in time to oonaeet with trrttna on Tulctlo, WntiHth k. Weitnrn HoaJ for Huntlngtoo, Peru and Loiranipdrt) aad arriving at Chicngo at 9.ao i. ni., In time to eouueot with all evening i aim leaving that cltv. Thii train alio couui'ctii at Toledo with rlnon MrB. N. I. H.M. for Atlrtaii iitul Jm-ltMin, and with t rutin on the ;UtVflaol autl'IOledo Rail Road lor C lev el ami and Uult'ftln Aim) (voniieoti at ttktlnev wllh trains on A. a I. Kond, enntaird West, ami atPlquaforColumhui, (SKCUiMU 1 HA1N Uiven Uay ton ata,)6 u.m.,on ntuti at Uma with tratnioit I'.'Ft. W. t C. R. R.at li aUtdnlKht, a-nd arrives at Chloafo at S.90 a m.. making vUmv uonneclion with all train tor the weet and iiorth-wptt, anil at loW'tln nt 4,K) a. m., connect ing with all raortilnK trlBwiiWiid north and with, attain Doat Tor l lvvelund and liulUlo HleHptng Uariar attached to all night traini be twt't'n Lima and 4;Lilcitjcu r ; .' - 'I'll rough Tioaetii for Fort Wayne. Toledo.Detrott, ChiofiKo, and iwtnte Weet and Nortn-Weet. Alio for I'itt.tmrKOa lJulltvUi;Jilila and all JC astern oltlei. ami fur all local point on the lldh rontMueand Iniliau apolU H. R. ,oaa tie had by eattlng oa tt. R. Km o.Tiek el Agent, Union Uutiot.Uaytom or on the lUlureut rratntsi itntha hna 4 y are low ai by any otker route, xcv .. . , Bo oftrtful and call Tor Ticket, byway of Lima. . B f-The raU'i uf Freight to all Points Kait or West wlllat all tlmt'i be mb iavorabta asara eliarceti bv otlier Companies. Wo Xransiert Dfftwesa Dayton and Cblcttto, PitUburg, Xolvdoor Detroit. novi fi. enuaiuA&s.9up'i Dayton & Michigan R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. CliaiiRe ol l iiue. . On and after Monday, Nuv. 11, 186tf. untilfur thur notice, trains will rtmastollows; ljava Dayton Union Depot at 10,2a m.and 4,111 p. AX. Arrive at Union at 6,i6 a.m, and 9pbb p. m, t The 4,10 P, M. train leaving IHvton. makes close onnntrt-tlan at Dnlon with tho Kxpress train on the uciieioiiiaiue rotiii, lor ludian.tptuit connecting on Its arrival with trains for Lafavette. Terre Haute. and all points went, north and north weata . Furtioktits aod l urther infor mation, apply to Samuel W. King, t en oral Tie ket AgvatjUaien streu.. H. C. STIMSON, Sup't. norl-i Qpnfcctioncry and Oyster Saloon, faWtaaaai-,. ' fi''fl f r' sft"-'-.. ''" I I y (SIC. OBUIR'B OLD BTAND.) COHNKBOF MAIN AND BKCOMO STa,' DAYTON, - , -. OHIO. J. FELIX, Proprietor; rpniH OLD AND TOPULAU KSTAIV X II hment la now In complete trim for tha win ter season. The brat quality of Baltimore Oysters to be had st all limes at wholesale aud retail, at tha lowest cash prluus. . i . . ., oysters prepared la any style desired on short notice. '1 he Ladlea' and Gentlemen's Parlors are finely furnished, and kept warm and oomfortable for the rueepUon of suesta, where Oysters will be supplied lu tlu'lwst all ol the art. ua ureaui win oa supplied to order during tha winter season. The llueHt qualities of all kinds of eonfeettonsal ways on baud, aud toys ol every deauripUoa. IFTatl atthe old plaua. novio' lcmovaiJ THU nndonilizned, doalar id Oroc'eries and I'lovlstuhs, has reaiovad U : . , NO. 238 THIRD TBEBT, Which la spnoslls tba Park, Mo. S, la Ohio Bleak. HoHI-JuuliHT CHAM, nUM. To Merchants & Milliners! CINCINNATI SILK HOUSE. ."P.DEVOUfc ROCK WOOD, No. tf& i i iil l SI , WIIOLESAL; DEALERS IK SILKS, 1UBKONS, WJNNKTS, FLOW El Shawls, Cloaks, DKEHSTRIMMKIH, HOOP SKIKTS, LACK KM ItHOlDKIUK.S, WHIT K UOUDS, CJLOV ES, &.V. rt-R RE AT INDUCEMKNTS ottered to CASH and SHOK1-TIMK DliVKKW. W. P, septis DBVOXJ & BOCKWOOD. BEN PHISTEH, ( FULTON M. HOW, Cincinnati. Maysvllla, Ky.J WHEELEB CITY TOBACCO WAaJBLaiuuraaia For the inspeotloa and sale o JLcaT Tobacco, PRIVATELY AND AT AUCTION. Pearl street, between Plum and Western Bow, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PHISTEK & IIOW, Proprietors. Auction Saleseverv WKDNRH HAY Special atten tion to l'UIVATB BALKS ever; day. Storugc Three 11 out lis Free! MRS FIXED BY OITY ORDINANCB. JOSEPH HOW, JACOB O.PHISTEB, City luspeotor. (Late or Mayavllle. Ky.) j Uoriespondlng Clerk. , kBe very careful to address your Letters and and mark your Conslnnments "w IIKKLKR CITY TOBACCO WAHKHuUSK, CINCINNATI, OHIO. oeua-Snid Oysters, Oysters! THE FINEST IN TOWN! AND NO MISTAKE11 I N! A W. M GHEKN are now receiving dally by Kxpress, the finest Ualtlmore Oviters of theeeaion. We are the only Western ARcnts for this :ompany. and ai we receive them direct from the PaoKlne House, we oan and will sell them to dealers and families at unprecedented low prices. riease give us a trim, v e warrant all oysters sold hy us to he- fresh and good. Hemembtr the place. No. lie Third H(. , Dayton, O. octl8-dtf lresh Uvbte s Lh Cmcinnutu At Todd's Oyster House. WHOLESALE AND itKTAIL AUKNCY lor the eale of Hatch, Mann at C'o.'s Khell. Kea and Can Oysters. Also, Fresh Cove anil Hnlvcd Oyster. Ae. My many friends and natrons will tlnd ooly efeoioeartioltjs, aod at as low p riots as those cuarHi ior lnirrinr vntewnere. j ..tera ootad In Eastern style at our usual mod erate char gel. FKUBH BUTTER WANTED! Remember. 268 Walnut street, fifth dour above Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio. oct2U IiOWE, MAIIONY & CO., Fresh Baltimore Oysters, FOR BALK AT HO. 247, WALNUT STREET, 1 Cincinnati. sTcjTAll orders promptly attended tiil'tof J. McMAHAN, Agont. ootu-Smdaw OYSTERS! AT TODD'S OLD STAND I NO. tO alllll HIrcal, ' CINCINNATI. 1 AM UECE1V1NU DAILY, HOWE, MA A HOY OO.'S oelehrvted l'L,ANTI:i OVSTrtlS. Which I amselllna at unprecedented hiw Drtcea.liv oaae or dozen. Dealera and 1-anilllea wnuIIhk a very large, fresh O'ster, will please tend their or ders. Attached to thlaestaldlsliiueutls a nice, quiet respectable Saloon, whera you ran have Oysleis cooked In every style, and served up lu a clean aud superior manuer. Chai;e less than at any other place. OQUo-Jmdaw JOHN NAIRN. To the Citizens of Dayton & Surrounding Country. LET IT BE KNOWN, FAR AND WIDE' that GKOKUJC HOCHWALT'S City Boot & Shoe Store, riiirrirft hoi si:. Maid at.r 2 doors south of Third, Is the plaoe for BARGAINS, ashls stock of Custom Mmle Boots aud Shots Is unusually Urn1, and desi rable both as to vnrletv and quality. His HuotsHiul Shoes are fresh, and made of the best quality of lock , aud are ottered at llcilucctl I'riccs. Every hotly shall he accommodated with the best articles, aud at low rates, in short, the people shall have boota aad shoes at thelrowu prices In reason, Doa't buy your boot, and ahora elsewhi re, belore calling on me, as I am hound lo acll at prices to suit tha time. Lome on and all to George Hnehwalt's City Boot and Mioe Store, Phillips House, Main si doors be low Id St., Uayton, aud you will never reiirotlt. Boots and shoes aiade to order. octia-lmdasuiw Uhu. HOCH WALT. aiana ior uaie. KO ACKhS of ohoioe Land lor sale, witMn JO three miles of Dayton, near the Kntc.n Hike, at silo p.r acre. About 10 acres of the land Is In timber. Terms easy. wm. u kinu octTO-Smd . ninu. Miami City. . acquire Torrenaa or L. Woodhulu will b WoodhullJ oaaplly alldby C. A BTARS DISTILLERS' TUEBMOMETFRB. w AKIIANTKI) to bs aouuruie, and of superior quality, roraale by 1. W. l'IKTHICH, fhlllips House. ats OK UOX.K6ot Mtra pioe Oranges, justras aav aalvadka IlimiiNBuaaa 1:0.. )al-l4 Hq, sua, Third ttnal.