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5pA:-OtAaH, KDITOJl PKOPB-ltTtlll. VTednaaday Evnlir D t- 1H39, U'sVaadine; Matter eo K-rr PK..L Vror Locals, Telegraph, and other matter of Interest and Information, see First and fourth ranee. Art of Printing—Cincinnati Type Foundry. Among the tn-wt useful and successful " enu(aotories that here been established in tha Want ia tha Cinoinnnti Tjp Foundry. Tha founder of this establishment, Olirer Well ACt., eommenced business at No. 14 Lower Market atreet, Cincinnati, in 1820, and tha firm waa (lien composed of Olirer Walla, and Klihu Whit of N'aw York. Mr. Walla waa the aotire manener, and hit descendants, Horace, William, I. T., and Cbarlea Well, line owned or controlled it nearly erer since, Mr. White having diapoaed of bis atock a Bomber of yeara ago, at tha decease of hie partner. When tha Foundry vraa first established there waa no other in tha Wott, eioept a email ona at Pittsburgh, which waa eoon af, tar removed ; and tha Cincinnati Type Foundry ia consequently tha pioneer in thie business in tLt Miaeiaeippi Valley. At Brit., eight eaftere and two machinieta were all the haoda employed; but aa the buaineea in ereaaed, larger building waa required, and the Foundry waa first removed to Walnut atreet, between Third and Fourth atrcele, and in 1831 lo the large brick builling oor ner of tongworth and Vine atroeta, where it baa remained ever finer. The present build ing baa a front of 130 feet, running back 60 feet, and ia five atoriea high. In tine build, ing ia to be found one of the must extensive manufactories of type and presos in tho Union, and perhaps in tho world. Printers can bare be eupplied with every new atyle of type, preasea, oaaea, stands, oIimcs, ooru poiing aticki, brass rule, electrotypes, and in faot anything required in it printing office, from a bodkin to a power prone. The pro prietor of tha Cincinnati Type Foundry have aparad no paina or eipenae to keep up with tha tiraea, and accommodate the print era of the Oreat West. The Meeera. Wells are ull practical itnd ingenious mechanics. Oliver Wells was the firet to auooeeefully overcome the difficulties of casting type by machinery, and he com. menced making machine type throe months before tho inventor perfocted his machino in NewJYork. I,. T. Welle, bis son, conceived the plan of clectrotyping, or of giving the type a copper ftice. This discovery was at first thought to have been made in Europe where the inventor took out letters patent, and then camo to the United States to se- cure a patent here, but found his discovery had long been known by Mr. Wells. A compromise was effected, and Mr. W. now has the exolusivo right to manufacture cop- perfaoed type west of the mountains. Mr. W., some twenty years ao, tried the experiment of electrolysing on wood, by oonducting copper, by aid of a galvanic bat" tery, upon wooden moulds. In this he par tiaily succeeded, and waa particularly suc cessful in conducting copper on silver plate and other metals, lie now has eome plates whiou be thus prepared twenty years ago. This discovery baa been of immense value to the trade. lie baa also invented a power press for job work, that ia cheap, durable, expeditious, and equal to any other press now in use. Recently the Messrs. Wells have alsa commenced the manufacture of large cylinder presses They are an im proved lioe presa, and give general satis faction. Since the establishment of the Cincinnati Type Foundry, all the atittes west of the Alleghany mountains have been supplied with a large portion of their printing mate rial from this source. The founders have contributed aa much towards building up the newapipers that now dinuuiinate intelli gence duily in the Wt us the people of the communities in which they are published. One great reason why the western people have made such rapid strides in eivilizatinn, morality, and wealth, is that they have bad Ibe aid of that great lever, the press; and wherever newspapers abound, there the poo. pie are always found to be intelligent, uiorul industrious, and prusperoua. Those who patronise the press are justly considered public benefactors, and the men engaged in furnishing material by which t!ie "types and shadows" of thi- wou lerful oge are dis. aeminutcd, perpetuated, uud handed down to postority, may justly oouie in for tlioir full share of nutiouul gratitude. The invention of printing, it is generally acknowledged, litis dune more for oiviliiation than all the theologies, luwyers, and geno- ruls, in the world. It first shed its light in Germany ; end since then it has lighted a!) oivilixad nations. The Reformation never could have been successfully carried on with out it Men are taught by it to think for themselves ; and all the great men of the world are indebted to " the Art preservative of all Arts lor tho rich stores of knowledge that they have acquired. The press illumi nates the world, and without it there would be neither light or knowledge. When all the knowledge worthy of the consideration . of an immortal mind was monopolized by a few of the rich and highly favored, the mass of mankind were kept in the most abject ig noranoe and mental slavery ; but as soon as light sbone upon the world through the preaa, men began to think fur themselves, and ask, " Are these things so ?" It waa the harbinger of political and religious libetty, .1 disseminated a knowledge of the attend .jciences. i t eoaouraged men of genius no natter bovw obson.ro to hope f r tuoce., ia any laudable underlining, -li kitroujd tbem into the society of the moat jearned and greatest minds of past ages; aod all who read, became familiar with their acts n aristocracy of waulth oould no longer ould the minds of men.'. All munkiud are Wished with the means of instruction, and who roq may reud.' Ve repeat, in Vmolusion, for our subject tarried us Into a wider fiel than wa ia V exploring, -that fur the Uesninge of Vpere in the Great West we are main- ibted to tha Mcasre. Wells, who' are v been, aonnacted with the Oiuuip- 'pa Foundry the founder and footer, i ue printing offioe of the Mississippi I" 'ba lur?et nuKnet of awalKamatod r proauoea ba reoently Luen Uis in Austntlia, and ia a fuvorable au lor quarts crushing. It was the re- portion of siitj tone of the first ook erushrd from the Corin Keel'. fa ie on ibouaand and fort ouuoes. Item rmii.z awn Lokoivitv. tt hat often been stated that tha majority of esntenerli ana here attubnted their long life to tha free use of buttermilk, and Ih fbiladalphia pa pers in noticing tha arrival frjm Ireland, in that city of Mrs. McKenna, an old lady who baa nearly completed her eenanry.-eTj gravely added that her existence bad been prolonged by buttermilk. To thi the yen arable old matron replied in a spirited card, in which abe lay : "Some of the papers In speaking of my life refer to Ibe 'old saying' of asiug batter milk, In answer to which I hav merely to say that 1 have never ased any kind of milk except in tea, coffee, As. I am now nearly 100 yeara of ags and for the last half can. tury have resided I n Callrdowan, a beauti- nil village in the county of Tyrone, In tha north of Ireland. Temperate habits and my usual morning walk of about two mils ki l hurch, I think bad a great tendency to warua lengthening my existeno in to If. A Pbobmbbb Thcmubb 8to. The Peoria (III ) Transcript state! that a heavy thunder storm passed over that oity on the night of the let inst. The huse of W c itiaaon, on Boutn Adams atreet, was struck by lightning, but fortunately without injury to the family, One fork of the light ning entered a blind chimney, on tho north east sido of the building, tearing off the lop of the same, bursting the gable wall Inside the house, and dismantling tha oornioe, drawing tha nails mora accurately than any mechanio could bave done the in. The oth er fork penetrated the western slope of the roof; splitting and tearing up the shingles in a most wanton manner. Tub Clbvbland Mububb. The ooroner1 jury, Cleveland, in the one of the murder of Matheton, have returned a verdict to tl; effect that the said stab was indicted by the hands of Charles Martin, purposely, delib erately and premeditatedly, between or about the hours of eleven and twolve of Friday night, the second of December, 1859, at th house of the deceased, in the oity of Cleve land, aforesaid. IA.lt appears that large discoveriei of antique gold articles have been made in Ire' land. A great gold find in the neighbor hood of Athlone, realised over 27.000. Mr E. Clibborn of the Hoyal Irish Academy speaking or these discoveries, states that these articles are weekly finding their way to the melting pots in London. It seems a pity that a portion, at least should not be rescued from such a fate, for preservation BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. HE UHIOIHAL MEDICIMK BSTABLIIII ED 1M 1867 and first article ol the kind ever lntroduc.,1 nn-Ur wiv u.im. vi -rvLHDniv WAi-csa," in this or any other country, all other Pulmonis Wafera arc oouuterrt-it.. l he frrnuine cau b known hy th llHYAN'lt PULMONIC WArKHS Relieve Coughs, Colds. Soar Throat, Hoarseness UKYAN'S HI LMO.N1U WAPER8 Relieve Aathma, Bronchitis, Difficult nreathlns Ilkv AM-M phi unvte u'il'l'u " Uellev Spitting ol Blood, Pains In the Chest 11 K V AN 6 PTJLMuNIU WAKBHS Relieve Inolj.lent Consumption, Lung- Ulaeasea UKYAN'S PI LMONIO WAtliRS Relieve Irrltattoat of the I'vula and Tonaila KKYAN S PULMUNIU WAt'KRS Relieve the al-ove Complaints In Tea Minutes UKYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Ar a lil.'ning to all Claiiri and Conititutions. Are adapted to Vocaliita and Public Snukcra UKYAN'S PULMONIC WAFEHS Are In a almple for and pleasant to tha taste. BRYAN 8 PULMONIC WAPKRS Hot only relieve, but elfeel rapid and laitin- Cures UKYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Arc warranted to (tv aatlalactlon to evary one .iu runiuy suouiu oe witnout a box of Bryan's Fulmonto Wafer IN TUB UOV5B. No Traveler should be without a buddIv of n ' i n- t r J m&jhu ruiiauuiu wnioxa IN HIS POCKBT. No person will ever object to give Bryan's Pulmonlo Wafer TWEHTV-riYE CENTS. JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, (( y sold by W. W. STBVVART, myl Dayton, Ohio. tCURI8T31ASHl r n M AND j Foy! V( rTtrpjiToyal I P. H. D'AUCY, POST OFFICE BUILDING, Dayton, O., fS NOW HECK1VIXO HIS STOCK OF uni VrtrietyMre uniuruAiutl In this Mtv ui..i.i of CAiitltfi unU Conreotiuaeilt U ouulU. tuid of that Vsarv hoait mi k 1 1 timm ' He iialioajent for Maltby's Baltimore Oyaters which will be sold on reasonable terms, eithat kv the can, half ean or plate. y lie eiiten la oordial Invitation to his (Henda and ..... .uu.Hmu r, w give nun eall. DOVI8 Death to Hats and Vermiu! IIEHE WE COMEM (IITl.EX'S, MILLKIIS AND FARMERS! ... 'a your lima to exterminate vour Rata. Mice, nrMohea and Bed Bun. n. th. V ' J m . ,u mo nunurcu ooxes ul oiy Kxw-lilor Vermin Destroyer, lor the uae of thiMU who may tx plagued with theae destructive yoriuiui aad 1 will eontluu to keep It all through trio wiiitpr This preparation la fro from all dangerous pols ta, aud oan be uiml la Kitchj.n. p....i. - bor.la, Cellars or stshlei, without being In lUnger of liyurlng the human family, or uaelul nntmSn ... . ur" airoy mal which It is dculinul fpt llieteatlmonv ol' humlrA! ni f. ti, w- lIj to testify to the utility of this artlol, w they have uaed It for many sara. It luivea no stench, as tb vermin go off to streams of water to die. Can bs had at my reslitouos. No. 107 Jnrioa 8t bet wMn 6lti an.Ufh, ox fcouis Ui boy wtw wUHato It through town for ' ' N. B. Thli It the uiily preparation taatkaasver been made ox sold here which. ooAtaloa attractive oils to mae vetmlu eat It very time It Is laid tor tbem. BoriB fJnurpsl eopy. TT ew Meat Market IN O 11 EGON. rPIIE UNDKR8IONKD, ALIVE TO - the neoeasltles ol Ih pPl, haa opened In W DAILY MEAT MARKET, wnerethepu!)Mooallud,4ll, m,l, Beef, Mut ke't'PVIen sull. at th ehsapeai Mar- In my brocwy .very family need ess be supplied! beaidca gocid Catawba, Old Rye. Broiulv. Abavnth juat reteivod, sod excellent oruul'i "synia, HUIWB WINE. Vylch I sell at to oeuts ths plat, sad s Mats pr botU. PHILIP WALTZ. DisftolutionofPartnershipk the retiroment of Geo. B. Holt ,um - the practloe of the law, and by mutual aana. !"f'" partnership Uwi .$Hatf M. B. V. alk.r, la this day dlsaolved. vim bmlnJla heretofore cmll.led to us being untlniah". will ovM KW. WALK.BR. New, Partnership. ALT W.A1-K-1K and George FT Walker i luia uv lornied a partserahln for th :"?nr al ,he t""- 1 " i tv. stuti;; all buamaaa they s h. .Iit.i , ,.. "" inline n Third sireit, i).ton, o., la cleg's I. No. . h 8. WALKER WAt-stEtl. Th inksgi vine Ovate T) & V. R SlltLL will b nrenared a bi'LtCtED aad SUDBX8 ier.i.rTvn Ihe latter are TALL-ED o-D()N'i' FUKUKF TUB VX.kVVs. - ""-"i suia a jki sta - . T - - l X; TU SAU i -m- CIIAQ. 23. CLARKE, HEAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AOKNT. Vy ILL buy aod sail on Cotnmiaainn Keel V KataU or all kinds, Bond., Land Warrants, no..., Merif a.., e. anas eolle-tfone an netfu tl.t. loam. Will local Laatf Warrants, ln.nr. property at rsasonahi rates Id food r.sponsit'1 t-onip.nl.., snd of.aaal a;ncyandeumlasloa LJr-No.a.r. unlss sal la saads. OtBo with T. B.Bratth.Fsq J . Clecs'S Bullillns;, ThlntstrMt, Qradcated Lands. I'MH ondiralgned I prepared to obtain Patent, for all persons koMlof nplleatea fot urwmnim MBOa. N WUICB rSMUta BSVa SMt received. Thsreosat statament of th IXpartmaot that all ntrlea on whloh patents are sol delivered will be oaooeiien, rentiers It f f heutmoet laiportsBM that pariies snouia s4-cur then titles by obtaining pat snts, or they will lnTltabl loaa their ln.l Parti-s leaving their duplicates with me for that purpose, will b charged nothing urflees I lueeevc! la ol.tinIng Uielrpatanla. x" CHA. h. CI A at r, Agent FOR BALE! AHANDHOMK Rl'.yiUKMCK, ona mile west of Payton.ea th rltlgs overlooking th rv.7,wi.Huwniua ui ,, r aora oi wnti. The ground la well stocked with bearing fruit wm, grape, atrawberrlra, raepherriea, c, and rlenty of ahrubbsry. Houae two-atery, eight rooms, n good eondltloa, large cellar, end outbutldlnga Terms rMeonabl'. CHAS. I. CLARKE, ep'a Clagg s Building, Sd alrMt, 21 Dollars an Acre! VOll a good l-arai in Darks Cuuntv,6 miles A north sail of Union city. ? seres under good cultivation, balance good timheri rich black soil. hout of rooms kan-.somely Mtuat4, aad surrounded by slocuat grov. gouu liasie barn, corn erltsstabl, and other out buildings. Good bearing I Lrr 1 . k i li.I. r . . . Tula Is a (rest bargain. IIARt.KS B. CLABV, auf Real Estate Agent, Clesg's Building. FINE FARMS!! OITY iMlOl'EKTV WILL BK TAKEN IN PRAT PAYMENT. I 1 R AC1K. 'X miles from the City, be . ..,w'", ,h Br", nrt Valley Turnplkra, and two mile from knelsly'a Mills. SO seres undercut-tivstl.-n, balanM good timber. I ACKKd excellent land in Jshelbv At-Je- county, sw; miles from Sidney, sod IS miles from Port Jetlcreont toil acres uudrr cultiva tion, balance good timber Orchard of gralted fruit, good frame huua, barn, atahle, corn crib, granary, e. Tlire sood springs and good well. A very deslrsble place. ALSO! )J() ACRES in ilanoock oountj, near a a Railroad station, good hous and best quality ot laud, lee acres Improved. ALSO; FINE Huburlan property in full view of, and handsomely overlooking th city. Those having property toeaenauf e wlilnnd It to their lu Urtct to sail upon CHARLES E, CLARK, augM. liegK'a Building, sd St. Land, Land. I WOULD call attention to Land now of f ered to xohane for Cite Pronrtv n, nnmi. located as follows : OHIO Shelby, Ross, Allen, DeBsnee. Henry, Fulton, Dsrke and WllllsusCouutles. INDIANA Kanutlpb,VVeils, Warms h, Stark, Jaaoer. Pulaskiand L&ka f.'nnntli-a ILLINOIS Lawrence, Kirhland, Urawfurd and Jasper Counties. MISSOURI Oh.riion.Wa.hmif ton, Madison Ripley, Reynolds, Uregon and IOWA Scott, Buchanan, Ituone, Cedar and Van Bursn Countlee. MINNESOTA Dakota, Hamsey, Hie. Scott sou mcjeou uounlles. The above sr choice landa.andwlll beexchansed wh m bw ucsirauie rcrnja on appitcniion tti CHAS. E. CLARKE, JV Clegg's Building, Third atreet FARMS. TWO HAND.SOMK and hii-hU .mnmH A Urrnt. i)fng a&out 4 milei north ol tb city, 16 ore each. CITV PHOPKHTY will ba Ukea In part payment. AiLO, 0 aorea in Hanook County, not far Iron th oounty eat, and three fuurthauf a mil from araU roadttatlon. loo ar Improved, balance excellent tlmlier. Very in land, and wUloa uld at a bar gain. AUfU, I'JOaereioBe milennrth vtitnf TTninn niv s.ii improved; a ereek running through the eentrc, never tailing watir,large barn, good bearing or- ALSO. 4 acres in Derke count v. hrft wnrui iimhar- mnA lana no. 1 baro. BAlntMl. rrwx.l hnm ii imnn A 1(1. A nuntver of othee farnivarloualv loeittiMl nA .n very cheap, together with a large amount of declrm- ui siiy property oi every coemption Jyia vnJ AHK. tLARKI.IdSt. Farms. Oil ACREH in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum d X ner. on the o. a M. R. u.. nn h.,nHt ImprovrO, the remainder timber o I good nuslltr. iln. rlAh . kilaiHtkl ml I I Here are twogood Dieelllns Houaeaonthnnr.m. see convenient out-houses, and In th mldatof a good settlement. This farm Is ottered at ths low pries of (13 per ... . ... mm i,. v.iut-. eoraaieoy CHAS. K. CLAHKK, Real Kstat Agevt.sd atrwt. Cltjr Property Dealrobic Heal deuce! T offer fur sale on reasonable terms, a new and handaam r..l,i.niMt nn q.i ut v low Perry. ' The House IS larve .nrfnommoillniia allli .1, h. modern Improvements and eonvenlenees: Is finely loested.sndln a good neighborhood. Will be noli eheap, II sppliutlon Is saadeaoon. n Haalg.tste Agent, Clegg-s Building. FOR SALE CHEAP. 1C ACRES, od the River Koad, near the V ClaelaaaM R. R., IH miles from th Mti small frame house and stable, ehoie fruit Vises a. A vry detrable pimet for a Garden Lot. UUAI. h. CLAnaR, Third street. AND WARRANTS HOUU H t SO LD J atClneinnatl ntint.tlnna n i..t.t Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, bj ' aihS inu SI. t'LARSI, Thlrdstrast. ARE YOU INSURED! AM Keady to take risk for substantial OmilLkl., ! tl.a . ....... , . . ' wwHtrv tin i.vorvi. terms. 1 reureaent ikm ini-i..D ...... , ?r,S?ill.h.'upl l"c" a t the rellablll- MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, (if HARTIi'nnn nnvu J Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co. (INGORPORATvn laei i OFFlCfc, W. CM, N.y CASH CAPITAL. - S25O.00O 133,000. CASH SURPLUS. . rving Fire Insurance Co. (INOOEPOBATKn last i OFriCE, No. , Wall atr.-ct. N. y. H CAPITAL, g304,000. CHAS. B. CLAaas Agent, ClegfkHaiidlng.sds augSl A. V. non-it, , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ana Meiarr Public. anun, - - - niTTo rOrsica in Cleuu' BuiLuinii,-j (WrWt T. r. Tbreah.r.t I. th. . , uiud in, v.n...n;i,:'. u.;T.rrr """,'"' ' - v m.nuH, 1X3 1 .0- 1 HI U V. WOOD, I. S. KEAU, V. H. WIMTKSS WOOD, NEA1 & WINTERS, Attorneys at Law, UAXTJ9M, - . . .OHIO WILL MAKE COLLECTIONS AND .tirnapromiirirToalllFlhualnMnt...H them. In this and a-ljuluiug nuuallra. OKe'lCK Houth-e.Mt o u.. . ... m.i- . -A rvi.,1 ivww ,u rsiuisi sssH, nova Oyster. Beaaoci Opened! f jrsiO ."' liST BALTIMORE Ousters : ' .; "x M Received bj Expresa DirpetffpB t"'"'V.. BAZ.TIMOHB1 ' ,. t l'yery Iay ! the Weekf ' B Subscribers art now reoeivinfr daily by Knpreu Ih. feest quality of U.ltlm. Oystsrs, wiillitby wul w.rraut ,nid, sudall by ths can! tiHVIGilK, .t the I'-v tst rsti-s. - aiallli.ud llrilcr. il)-lioU on literal kmi, Otder. soUwlUd Uum itiik iu .very pwtofjM llullubertseyluleptbebttlntsBlsrket., : W. il. VilAKDHSliViixl A DO- ae,aslm,sajlar ;t -ao1T can v per all a lust , a I 1 5 O-tS II IC M O V A.Xi.1 VV bsv rt moved our atock to Lowo's New Building, NO. 74 MAIN BTRriET, WI1KRK, owlnif to pur rreatly snlareed nam, w shall he prepared I efnw a lart aadeomplet aaaiutnient of House Furnishing Goods. Th itockiroatprttei CARrLTIMi'S VF ALL KINDS I floor and Table Oil rintba, i-ntiterta Curtain Dam- aafca. La and 'usllo t;wrtalna.Mn,tf,wbwita . an.l 'I'r In Hi t F s a , Wlnilow HoIIhiiiIs, C-lil Cornirea, ltnii!s and Tina, 1'tiv.a aod . India Mnitliigs, Hues, Door Matai Wall 8c Window Papers, Decoration Taper, Ham lngs and Border. 1: . i v ii j: t s t Furniture rhintnt, Tnirellnr, Napkins. Llnea aad rnuaiiD anectliiitc, I ai.ie i mens, llleached Mus lins, Irish Linens, l ulile an.l Piano Covers, as., Ac., ce.t aWa-Our inoroaacd fuoililies for.lMI'OKT. I NO and purchasing from M A.Nl'FAf Tl'RKRS.en- ebla us to i I goods si low as they ar sold any wear In th West An examination of our stock Is respectfully solicited. VA.V A USD A L, DIXON & CO. nor I ft 1 LH)H UK NT A nj roinfortiiMe A nwrMtnr Mo u no. r the pnriiM of Third ai.iI Rm iwhiii aoutaininn nice roomt. Apply tr PIUS I'lJlVK, BOYlT-tr on the prcmlaei. LA NOB, o. BiSHklNO ST. CHARLES, JcflTcrson M.,bi'lvrrn Sd and 8d I!f BECKEC'S KEW BUILDING, DAYTON, O. RESTAURANT AND BAR!! MKALH AT All UOUUSI Roomi for Partlri ahvA' rpttlv. Acooinmtcla tlom fur Trnnetrnt nnrtrilen. Dm Bar ! furnlih- ni with th hfi winrnntnn Unuor. noviS AtWILLAKD & WIIEATON'S, norlS No. ta$ Third itreet, near iMiln BOOKS Thefollowlng list of NUW BOOKS, juatree'd. MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON His Court and Family; lythe Duchess D'abrantes (Madame Junot) In t toib. wun numerous ronraits engrsved on steel. LBADER8" of tho REFORMATION. i ne neoresenrative men oi lierm.nv. Kr.nrp ajigiauu .uu eooiiaou, vy Jonn luiioru, v. V. "MONET KINO, and other Foemr, uj sjuun Us oaae GOLD FOIL, HamiTieretl from PoiniUr Pioverb. bv Timnthv (iiuuiuui MINISTBRB'WOOINO, by Harriet Ueecher Stowe. THB CORNER CUPBOARD, or Facta for t-veryoooiyl Forming aconiplete Kucclopcdlnof lTseful Knowl eilgr; Illustrated with over llMm Ktigravliuja. lly PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter Evening Entertainments; Containing Acting Pro erbs Uramatio Charailei, ActlngChariules, llrawlng Room Pantomimes, Ao., wiiii ivBcriuie p.ti.rnvinvs. Ji auinor ol gioian-a uwu nous," ".sociable," Ac. LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTB BOOK; Wtth Reminiscences anil Chit Chat of tha Green nooin uu ittje, iij bi.Q. Y ANi'KNiioi'r. WOMEN ARTIrJTsi In sll Ages and Countries, by Mrs. Kllet. A GOOD FIGHT, and Other Talcs. by Charles Hesdc; author of Lore me Little, Love ' - lU. SWORD AND 00WN7 by ths author of Guy Livingstone. FHOM DAWN TO DA l'LIOIIT, (anew supply) by Mrs. Henry Ward Ueecher. 'HARRY LEE,' lusttated. or Hope for the Poor, ill Received this day, and for sale at Sat) THIRD STRKKT, aerl One door West ol the Town ClocK. Thanksgiving GOODS I. N. & AV. M. GREEN'S 20 lime (New Ritieiits) halves and quart tors, at I. N. It w. M. Green's. Cbuii-e I'ittsliuriili Hiickwheat Flour, in ssi ks for family use, at I. N.A W. M. Green's. Kxtra Nit-e Tenn. renelies, just reeeiveJ st I. N. AW. M.Green's, l'runen, Znntee O'urrunts unJ Kice at I. N.k W. M. Green's. 20 hnxes Fire I'rnckers, very low at I. N. W.M.Green's. Fine Navy Suuii Hcans, just reooivedund for sals cheap at i.N. A W. M.r.REEN'U, No.ai, Main street. American : Satin c House. OYSTERS, Ousters. At tha American Saloon, Main Street. IlAtHKD to this eHtaMislmient is a n nice, quiet ,.nd reMDFtRhln s.lnnn vh.M VA have UaUrs mokeil In overv siyle, and servetl .u sulNrrior manner. Ui.Argcsi.KSS than at any other puce. Aso, uam a hea.ou Mtals at all Hoars. . . I- 11. NICHOLS, CfLunoh at 10 A.M., every day. novHdlo. Taseti! Taxes! Taxes! To the Tax Payers of Montgomery uounty! VO'lt TAX RECEIPTS AKE NOW ready for you. The time Is short) there Is yet eoail'areltvelj but .small amount paid. Those that i, . " "'e m,,i w"' ""'I " almost l.i- posslble to ret to the counter. Th law requires that at least oue-half of j our Taxes b. pud on or before tbe'joth of December. and imposes a Ine of cent, ou sll bxe. du. ami not nd at that time. Gas, street Improvement and delinquent taxes are due on or before the 20lh ol December. This Uscsl year clou s ni orUclal tcrmi It will b neoesaarytohavetaetux in nccoidlng to Isw.ln older toeuabl me to make seltlrmeitt and . show- , in. i.w requires. likiU to your Interests In 1 w "- iwii.it). JONA'i UA.N KKNNEY, i- , . Treasurer ai. G. O. Treasurer's Office, Nov. 0, '69. novio rOM-'EC'ITOXKIllKS, -ruirH, Coeoa Nuts, TnI".' lu!,.,' u,e"' r'W" sauee, Ketchup SArd nesP.lckleilOy.rers.t i,,,,, L,)b.tr,; Wu '.J Pickles, Pm Apple aud fi,..hM m Kl Jrs, and variety ul otlu r kooiIs too numerous to mention received sud lor sale wholi sale kmi nIaII. I.v 11. .'. II SHIILL. ')!) HASKKT.S t'hBinpainoj I barrel Holland ii; 1 burrel JaniAica hum, J " Irish Whlsayl " Bourbon Whiskyi , . M -.rreaca J) rutty. ' Juit received ui.va i. 4 r. B. an VI ( 1 1 oitiiva tir iuie l'eUHulii; vr SI barrels Almonds: B barrels Kllliertsi 1 . Pecans; ' ' llrsill Ntth;' .J, . -"sh Walautsj 'Just received. -move ' D. m 9. a fluvri r . IKKtiH OVSI'EHS recoived dfttlt b Kai press, dlreut from ii.m 3 D. 8)1 UU. (jUUIiV-'HIiAWKS' IltiflK, and Petersci ..fa1 " Noabr, jtirt ractlved. a' 11. . V. li. IHOll. BfiAUTlPlJLlutof Ci'ine", just oivoaed L7 WiV Jl. , h. v, KM11, . Michigan Cranberries: .i?K1';tS,of qxality of Midi rAu.t,7,.,t ... i r I ----i -imiiBiit winoilkou Jiwt elvtd, sid to, jjue t i,i..lc , ,.,',, i waaavunounu V II -1, fio. see. Thi. at. A uu 1. 3. 4. D. 6. 7. 8. M A we N N at SECOND FALL PURCHASE! 335,00000 . wusti or Now Dry Goo do! from Auction t bs sol within sodaya, A T jc4Ti.r iii:im i: pmcus w(j',, BT N, P.- DOUGLASS & CO. PBILLIPB' BBW BTJItDINO, No. T6 Itliiln Street, DAYTON, O , Fancy 91 1 ks st - -Plain lllu k silks at TSc worth I ia Bl en " $ i ia If-'je" ss - t'n " an I . IIW. l 111' Very Nest He l.alne. at Kngllsh IUerlwis at Prints, Very good do. (wsrrsated) Bl.o " 10 Good do ..... Sko " H'i HlsMhed Muslins, (yard wide) 8' ,o 7 Ail Dresa Gooda Baduoed Very Low! Other Good as Cheap In proportion. CLOAKS, NUVEST SiYLES! At Mw Votk Prices. SHAWLS, do for fi.OO wortli 7 50 for $7,00 " $10,1)0 HOSIERY & FANCY GOODS! I.OWIR than will b found elsewhere. GOODS FOUMEN AND UOY8' WEAK! TBUT CI1BAP. HOOP SKIRTS J SS per sent. lowr thsn ever offered LADIES' SHOES, tbb best in M 1KKET I AIm ageats for Leater'e Sewing Machines, Wsrtanted tha Best Machines In I'se. tt-Th. ihsn l. nn ........ .i a. termln.d to sell our (jooils for t.'ash, H6 prr etmt. lower uu ean b bouv ht elsewtierr. N. P. DOUUI.ASS CO., aT.B 1 Main st eet. jO Va to m r i 5 3 . T F you soek for mttre IUiILT, buy Dmixti' LaraTe Biirnr CfiAf. nil. I A M p w) irh f.. brlllinnt IlKlit I not urpinpil by ttny othrr P itcnt, ftttheaftma xae The Lare Uunit r contiun not ahoveooe crnt'i worth ! Oil j cr hourt th siiiitn uuiyrjr uau cent 10 mo nour. weintiocK nave Stand Lnmpi, OUMand Bran, Btaod lsAmpi. Mnrble Fnot, KarJor, do d" SuvpfDtllnfr, HaipSwIn, Hide Lfaiiiita. (.Iiasi an! I1raia WUo keen acmerit. -.mortiiient of Lard oil HOV18 lihCKLhli, HKMLK V A VAXTON. pANNKI.'S deoreriapd Conl Oil. Tor ile t HKCKLKR. R KM LEV MAXTON'S pUKNOII CHINA Just rficeived a few nice Dinner Rets, Vmoi, And fancy nrnnments. Dvm WttaLliH, HnMLK V A MAX I ON. FAMILY GROCERIES! New Stand Fresh Goods JOHN K. CEBHAKT. - Asiit. NO 83 JEKFEUSON ST., raw doors aoura or thb makkkt houhb. Dayton, Ohio, HAS JUST RECEIVED A KRESII AND well assorted stock of fine Family Groceries, of vrjr desorltitu.n They have all been purchns etl within the last few weeks, and were bought with express reference to quality and price lie Is prepared to sell them at as low nrlccs as thev on be afforded) snd I. resolrad that no one shall leavei his store dissatlstled. ' The following articles oomnoicnartnrhia.if,v. Till . , N. O. Bugar Crushed and Pulverized. Refined fciyrtips and N. (). Mulasses, MACKEREL, No. 1,3 and 9; White Fish, Cod Fish and Herring m;.i.iiA,n.M u - i . . e miuuicivmii uunt VUlOl 1 1 II in M, A lllinrln,. nptli'la A fine supply of Beef and Mutton, Hams, longuce, Ac , TEAS). Of all grades, and of ths very best quality. llrown's Cheese, Several barrels of Aral rate V'tnenr Cider; WtlUD AM) WlIiLOW WARE: The best quality of Broomsi t.n looacoo, oi new tork brands; llest aualilv Uerinun and other I'tLriLru Opal, Star and Tallow Candles, Ihe best of Alealiunnoek 1 oinlnea: CORN MEAL, , ,. . Butter, Kggs, Lartl, 4o. Ibe best Quality of vauiilv Craukem: Ground and unground Coffee, Hpioes. Nutnu-gs, Clnamon, Cloves, Ac; Stone and Urockry Ware, Ato. In short every sttlele usually found In a Family Grocery of the first character. He respectfully makes his how to tl e citizens of v.yion ..a Vlalultv. .nil ia int. . literal ,hu ..i- ui.ir iJ.vroo.gc. UOVIO I. N. & W. M. GREEN, DKALKltS IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND OYSTEltS, NO. 310, TIIIHU ST., ARE NOW JfKEPAKEU TO SUP UW their Oltr .Ud nniintrv frlnn.la lulth ... thtlUr And tV.rV thin, in th.tr Una thai la nl.a .n,l de.irable. Our varied Assortment isconil. t. ,end a-mill uv T or LUIVSHtDin XIIC lUWaSIl" A tine lot ol Winter nnd Kail Annies. jut MMIvtd at I.N A W. U. Green's, rresh liutter beet quality alwuts to b. had .t I. M A W M n'nnl. A large invoiee of fine Cuttinit Clioeee, t In. nriMi at t H itv v . . - Nice Kresh t ider iust reoeivud and for sals at I. S. k W.M. Green's. Lboioe leas(tireen and Uliink) at very -.-.'-"Prices, Atl. N.4W.M. Ureen's. OYSTKKS Oysters, Iresli aevcry day, b n o i i t n s yai Bsjtimor, And at reduced prices, at I. N.a W.M.Green's. Cboioa Family Groceries, soleoted enre- fullr and warranted fresh at I. N.a W.M. Uren'a. Coma witli your money and buy olicnp Groceries where you can have them de livered tree ol charge, at 1. N.at W. M.GREEX'H, aov No. Sis Third street. Presh Goods! Fair Prices! McINTIH.r& IUII.), rjROOKHH AND l'KODCCK DKAJ.EI.'H, 118 Main St., s doors below the Matket Hottso. full supply of Cholc raitiiiyUroe.ru., of which w arraut all good, Coffee.. Rio Coffee, Mooba, Juvo, Murienlio. McINTlRUa BAlrtll. Fin Teaa. Imp Tea. Y H do, Black do, Gunpowder do MUM HIS IIA1HD. MoUaaaa. O Mulasses, tt U Molassea, Syrups, MclNTIHK a UA1I1D. Eutsr. ug"! 1'owd do, Gran do, Crushed do niClHTIHK HAIKU, BDlcaa. Ground fepper, Allspioe, CIitps, Cinamnn. sisiw riiiK a baihU Bsilaratua A Cr Tartar, supsrlor artiole, mbieh we warrant pure MulNTlUK HAIKU. Fine Cigar, ' Brnnson'a Fine Cut Tuliaenn "oaps, Clie.se, C'ornuesl, . . J a aacauB Hlir, Dl.l Appi.. IklolMiUlv 4 BAlItl). ov7 Lemon, Inprinie order, just n. r. b sHni.r.. L)iMONS.--a boi Vrenolt Lemvti, in prtss onlr,4Vst ralrd. uial n A ai a II r.l 1 sr. m m i .i a m b a iiFOlliissir i 7 74 "West Fourth street, CIA'CImYJWlTI, . ELKOANT CIgPLAT OF reas Silks and Robes. VELVET FLOtNCED ROUES, FANCY aad WHITE SILK ROBES, for ercnipg. ISoirc Inliyttc ami Ilrocaric Dresses fust rclT4 from N.w Tar Auotlon isles. Rich Dolnin Robes for Ladies anil Mic.es; Shetland Wool Fhawls, Veils, Nubi and Opora Hooda.Cloas ar.d rbawla; Kmbrniderrd Vrlvrt C) nls, Cluh Cloaks, Hoicliina and Dusters, all the new styles or Shawls. Pieces of Silks, bilks, at 87) cents per yard. DOMESTICS AND LINENS! In this 1en.rlm.nt ws hare a dilrabl alook of NEW GOODS, and wa offer them to Housekeepers uncommonly low priors. 1 Woolen llress Ooods, Ao. Plain and Printed Merinne and Delaines; Pnris Plaid, V lonoitiannd Poplins. .Merino Under Wear, telling at Cost, for Ladies, Unite, end ( Iiildre New styls of OkM HOOP SKIRTS, entirely new la etyl. and finish, Juat tee'd. from th manufaotor DSLAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLE11, 1 ttfit Fourlli Mitrt, octt-JmoemAldAw Oiptillo Pike's Oper House, CINCINNATI, OHIO. imnji. (1 The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. f V"J W1-! fwttl'i .V p- f TiiinwTi its, sar piaicirMri tl i 4 sW! O ??M4 iver the IimIhiiiu ( enlrnl A Uuy- ion A Uniiru Hullwuyi. ON ftrni rfter Monday, Not. 14th, 1859, Tlftlm Will Ipavo ItAvfcin Ba fallna,.. Tmim will IpAve linvbiii fallow- Klr.t iNiurniiift Trftin I?vm On y too utTiOOA. nil l I II If Ml IliillHliMi.iillBi At lU-lili a mm , inatk Inar ill. I rt:t c.iiiifcllon with L.ifnjtt.s a IndlmiftimlU R. R. tr i.ii)puo nnn aniens o wun lerr? Hnute mcn- mnn- H. R. lor Terre Mnutf nnrt Vlnonnfi. wtth nniii.n iiinimapolls H. H. for Louisville. arriving at Chicago nt H:iur. M.,.t M.'lsiin and Louisville at 0:00 e. m. , Vlncennes S:ou r. si., I errs Haute at :. r-. m . Second Train, leaves Dayton at 1:10a.m., arriving at Inilinnntioili, at 11:10 e. m.. m.kln. dlrpi.t nnnnan. (ion ior ni. L.outn,arrlvlug in Ht. l.outs at S:O0a.m wo hours In advance of any other route. I Third Train leaves Day oa at 6:00 r. l., at mliiiiits at lo.oti r. m., uiak ng direel arriving tioim tor all western Uir.OI DUDBHB. uovU HENRY L. POPI. Sup't. HENRY L. POPI. Sup't. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Rail Road. Three D lily Truina, via. Columbus. Through tlokets from Dayton to all Eastern Cities. rnHREK ually Trains each way, leav avtng Dayton X lOr tlie hHBt AS lolloWSt Mo-llt tlllMull l.illa m ;I)y Kxprersll.tti a.m j Accoinmodntlonsep.ia. Arriving at Dayton, Acronimo.lntloa .,11 .. ui.i No. I Kxmess, ,Jl p. m. No. S Kxpress, 4.60 p. m. Trains run by Columbus time, which Is 7 minutes faater ihau i ay ton time. Tlirouich tickets csn be had for all Kastern cities hyoalllimon P. R. Wnrman, Tickot Agent, at the Depot, bast Third street. lHylon, Xetiia st.d Columbus Leaves at S, 10 p. m., and ni rives Ht 6,63 a.m. AI. freltrhts lelt at the Depot by 1,10 p. m., will be lorwArUeil aame day. bv b,au t. m. Freighta ar riving at 6,68 p. in., h ill bed.lheteil a' i n. m. J. DURAND, Supt. C. WARMAN, Gen'l. Ag't. spris C. WARMAN, Gen'l. Ag't. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. C1IANUK OK TIME. ON ind ftei Mondaj Nor. H 18D, Passsn irer rrnins,villieavethetlthitreetOepot,Dsy' ton.for Oinoitinati ue follows : At 6.U0 a. ui., 8.30 s. in., 4,00 p. m., and t.lt O. Ul. Leave Clneinnnll for Dsvinn at 7.30 a. a 10.00 a. m., 6. 311 p. m., and 11. BO p. m. novU DANIEL McLAREN, Sup't Dayton & Michigan R. R. Open To Toledo, AND Full MI NO IN CONNECTION with the Detroit and Toledo R. R.. All mllaa th. shortest line between Dayton and Detroit, and with the Plttaburirh, Kurt Wayne thlcsljo Hall Hoail,o0 uiiivi iiic.ituj it-Hume uoiweeu uayiuu auu t.ulesgo. TWO DAILY TRAINS. On and after MONDAY. NOV. U. IHA9. irular irnuiK wiii ie.v jjayiun ior loieuo, vetroit and Ctiicmio. KiKST TRAIN lavit at 10,96 a. m.t arrival at Tuleilo Ht , i. tn.t iJf troit S,3u it. m.j eouoeeta at urrrou wnn 1110 tchi wrstern R. K.oi Canada for N.HKrtra Falli, Allanv. New York and Ho-ton. eon- ncctsftt Lima at -2,ou p. m. with trftini oathe F. Ft. W.A C. It. H. tor Kort Wavneand (Jhtcairo. arHvliiar at Kort Wiiviient 1,00 p. u., ia tliueto conntict with trnini on Toleilo. Wnhaih k. Western Koad for Huntiiiifton. Peru aod LoKanioort. and arriving at C'JiLchko at 9.30 n. m-. In time to ooonect with all cvoning trnltie loavinK that oity. Tint train alio couueuti at 'J'oltdo with trains on M. 8. k N. 1. h. H. lor Atlrlnn and Jnikcon, and with tralne on the ;irvflrinl and Toledo Hall Road for Cleveland and UullHlo; alao conueuts at Sldncv with traine on B. tb 1. Kn'ul, iantaiid wot. and atl'liiuaTor Colunihua, SKUONI) TRAIN Leave Day ton atH.lB u.m..eon. neute at Lima with tralnaou . Ft. W. A u. H. R at U oiduiKht, and arrives at Ch.ciTO at 8.2ti a m.. niHking clonu connection with all train lor the west nnd north-weit, andat Toledo at 4,00 a. m..oonnect- In; with all moruing trains west and north and with, J ' T-r ill Duet iui v icvrianu auu iiu.inio. j S let ol ii it Cars are attached to ail nts-hl trains h. tween Lima aud Chicago. ,( i uiMUKii ncaoia ior i-or, wayne. roieuOtUetrolt, t'hienKo, and points WttaL and North-west. Also for I'ittbliuiKh, Phlliululplua and all Kastern citlei. and for all local points on the Uelleiontalneand Indian apolis K. K.oau lie had by aalllnit on H. U. KiMu.Tirk. et Agent, Union Depot, Ui ton or oa the dim rent agfuis on mo line. F .re ai low as by any other route, De careful and oall for Tickets bv wav of Lima. B -The ratt-sol Freight to all Points Kast or West win ai an nines ue as lavorauie as are charged by other C'ouijmuies. No Transfers between Daytoa and Chicago, Pittsburg, 'loUdoor Detroit uovU M. iHOl.MAKi.R, Sup't. Dayton & Michigan R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. ChunK ol I'liue, On andsfter Monday, Not. 14, 186S, uiitllfur r notic., trains will run at tollows; Leaven Usytnn Union Depot at Is, .5 a. m.and 4,lii p. M. Arrive ul Union at 8,2ft a.m. and 3,65 p, m. The 4,10 P. M train leaving Dayton, raalies eloae conneeti.n at Union wllh the Kxjiress train on the UeiiolontAliie road, for Indianapolis, eonneetliiit on its arrival with triiiiis for L.1hi.Uh. T..rr. Hunt. and all points west, north and north west. Furtieki-te and ftiriher inrormatiun. annlvto Samuel W. King, General Tiek.t Agent, Union iepur,OLii sireei. Dayton & Michigan R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. H. C. STIMSON, Sup't. novl4 Conlectionery and Oyster Saloon, i r.. ifwravw ir-r-- ---"r !-H r-j 'v-;;-:-mm V . m . : .lj ' f 5 iftS'lil Is (NIC. OHMER'B OLD BTAND,) CORNER OF MAIN AND SECOND 8TS., in DAYTON, - OHIO. J, FELIX, Proprietor. rplIIH OLD AND POI'UI.AH KSTAB L II hmeut Is now In complste trim for th win. in av.siiii. The liestqnallti or Baltimore Oysttr to be bad At all Hums ut wliules.l sud retail, at tba lowest OAKh prices. not'?.".'" ""'' any style dealr4 oa abort Ihe Ladles' and Gentlemen's Parlors are finely nirnlsli.il, and kept wsriu and eouifurtahle for the raoriitlon . sooats, where Oysters wUl b suuullad iu the lust stjl.ol the rt. Joe Cream will b supplied to ordr durln. th. winti r season. 'I h. tlun.t qualities of sll kinds of aonfeetlons al ways on hauil, and u )s of ev.iy ueaai-iulttia. I irl a'l at the old place. novio Jlemovall THY. urvierdiimed, dealer Id Groceries aod I'rovl.luJis, has removed to ... V MO 238 THIRD BTRBXIT., WhU Is opposite ia Park, o. s, in 01.10 Block. st ' A To Merchants & Milliners! CINCINNATI SILK HOUSE. W. P. DEVOU k RCCKVOOD, Io. Hit t curl lrvjt, WIIOLESALL DEALERS IH SILKS) RIBBONS, BONNETS, FLOWEK5, Shawls, Cloaks, PRESS TRIM M IGS, U00PSK1KTS, LACK KMHUOIDEHIES, W111TE GOODS, JLO KS, AC. rt-GRKAT IN DUCKMKNTS offered to CASH and SHOHT-Tiall. UU VK1.3. W. P. DEVOTJ 4 KOCKWOOD. Septl UKN PHISTBR, I Maysviile, Hy. ( J FULTON M. I OW, Cluclnnitti, WHEELER CITY TOBACCO For the Inspection and eale o Lt eat" Tobacco, PRIVATELY AND AT AUCTION. l'tarl itraet, between Flam and Western Hew, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PIIISTEIl & HOW, PRoriuCTons. Auotlon SAlesevery WKDNKSDAV Sprelal atten tion to 1'HIVATH BALKS every day. Storage T li r c c Months Free ! FKHS FIXED BY CITY ONMNANCH. JOSEPH HOW, JACOB 0. FHISTEE. City Iuspeotor. (Late ol Maysviile, Ky.) ) Coricsiionding Clerk. ) tfBe very careful to address your Letters and and mark your I oniismrrients "WHiKIKH 111 V TUBACtO WAHKHuUSli, CIKC1NNAT1, OHIO. octat-amd Oysters, Oysters! THE FINEST IN TOWN! AND NO MISTAKE!! IN. & W. M GKEKN aro now reciHng daily bv Fxpress.theflnrst lUltlmore Ovrtrsof the season. We are the only Western Agents lor this Company, and as we receive them din-ct from the Pftcaiiic House, wa ean and will ell them to dealers and families at unprecedented low t rices ru-ase give us a iriai. we warrnut all ojHtt'if sold by us to be fresh and good. Hemembir the plare. No. si Third Ht. . Dayton, U. octlti-dtf )o 2 5 8 f.) WALNUT ST h rfifih ( )vRt.m'fl 2Ly i .in.Mi.Ti'it i At Todds Oyster House, WHOLESALE AND ltKTAIL A(iKNi;Y lor the sale of Hatch, Mnnn tt Co.'s Shell. Keg and Can t iters. Also. Vtt Ji t'ovr mid Miii. A Oysters. te. Mv manv frit mla anil iiHtrrn. u ill hml only choice articles, and at as low piictsas IJ t se viiaiBtru iwi iuitriur eiai w lit re. Ousters cooked in Kasteru stvle at our usual mod. erate charnes. t KtbH BUTTER WANTED! nemember, V6 Walnut street, filth door above Sixth, tiuolnnati.Uhlu, octUU ROWE, MAIIONY & CO., Fresh Baltimore Oysters, FOR SALU AT HO. 247, WALMTJT STREET, Cinciunmi. lalr'AlI orders promiitlv nttemled tulNI J. HoMAHAN, Agent. octas-imdaw OYST E tt S ! AT TODD'S OLD STAND! No. AO Sixth Mtrect, CINCINNATI. 1 AM REL'EIVINU DAILY. KOWE, MA-a- HON V CO.'S celehrvted fUH I Kit OVSTMIK. Which I amielllna at unprecedented low prli-er,by e.ae or doiin. Ueslrra and laoiillrs Kant n. s Very larva, fra.h Oi.iiir. uill iil..i. ..nHiUl.n.. d.r.. AtlAched lo this rslabllalinieut Is .nice, quiet respeetabl Saloon, whet you can hae (istes cookeil In every slyle, sud served up lu s clean and superior manner. Charges less than at any other place. ooua-smd&w JOHN NAIRN. To tho Citizens of Day on & Surrounding Country. LET IT BR KNOWN, FAR AND VV IDE' that GEORUK I1UCH W ALT'S City Boot & Shoe Store, rniLi.ii'.s holm:, Main at., 2 doora aouth of Third, the place for BA ROA INS, aa his stock of I ustnm MAO OOOt. and SllOe. 1. UQII.IIRIIv larva an. itaal. r.lile both as lo vr etv and quality. His Ilium slid Shoes are Iresh, and ln.de ol the beat quality of stouk, and are ottered at Iletlucetl Iriccs. Every bodv shall he .(.fliimniOiinff.il uillh iVia articles, aud At low rates. Iu shi rt, the people shall have bonis and shoes At llii lrown pi let s lu reason. Don't buv vour bunt, .ml ilin.. .Li u h. .a l.Ar...a calllne; on me, .a I sw bound lo sell at pi lees to suit limes. Come one and sl to Grorre llnrhu-.ll'. r.ita H.nl and Nboe Store, Phillips liuuse, M.lu st , 9 doors be low Sd St., U.ytoli, and )ouuill never leglet It. wu.a aa., rum Ul.ll. U gifllT, ootia.lwda.uiw GKO. HOCHWALT. Land for Sale. ) ACKhS or ehniee Land lor snle. wit'iin three miles ol D.vton. m-.r th. K.tnn pil. 84 par ser. About 10 sere, ol Ihe land Is In Umber. Terms easy. WM. li KING. . .. J. W. KING, octao-Sind Ml.ml City. . IXKUrtJLEKTillhli WITH K-quir Torrenc or Woodliull.i will be C. A RTA1K ptly nU.ilibt B..1S DISTILLERS' THF.RMftMr rrna "UAltKAN'l'KU to he aoouri lj. and of a ' SUperkir quality. Tor sal by . VI. HIKTHIUH, J! PhllllHS Hons. Of) BUXKtSof tltra nioe Oranges, lustre. 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