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DAYTON DAILY EMPIRE.
OA'ID CLARK. EDITOR a. MOPJUfcTOft. Friday t!Tnln, TJeO 9, '18"9. irdin MltTtn E7 Vagfc.Xt For LooaJs, Taleitrauh, and othor natter of interest and Information, am Firal anil Koortti Pace. I Helper and his Friends. H. R. Delfer, or elper, its tany call him, published cum time Rn a ranting ill olilion book, in which he (noouraRcd sedition in' snrreetloh and the "irrr-prsstiblo Conflict" Karally for the ptirpoe of abolishing Sla very. In this hook, entitled , the "Impend, ins; C'ruii In the r-ooth," Mr, Helper, alios, Uetfcr, took occasion, in addition to it bene disunion and nullification sentiments, to Under and vilify the South and Snithero Society. The vile book, together wilh a sompend of abolition traah, has boon ptib lished and sought to be scattered broadoast over the country by the lenders of the so called Republican party. To this erid t sociation bate been formcl and npenetes established under the direotinn of Kcpubli' cam ; and furthermore to eeoure ite intro duction into every family in the north, if possible. Sixty tight Illsclt Republican members of Congress, inoUnling John Sulk HAN, candidate tor speaker of the ' House, have signed a circular recommending the work and ite illegal an d nullification sen timents.. Mr. Clark of Missouri has bcuu eateehising those gentlemen and stirring them up by way of remembrance of their past acts. Hut few of them recollect ut firm just whether they bad siiined the circular or not, while others looked sheepish aod said nothing. Thcso recommendations were made too, in full view nf the incendiary and slanderous character of the book, and of the further fact, that this fame Heller as - A scamp and a renegade, unwhipped of jus tice, through tho mercy of a southern gen tleman. ' The Raleigh (X. C.) Standard of Satur day, in speaking of icllcr, says : "This man Ilinton U. Uulfcr, as wo have said, is a native of this Statu, lie is a thief and a scoundrel. While employed some years since in Salisbury as a clerk, lie robbed bis employer. The fact was proved on him, and we believe ho himself admitted it, and offered some lame excuse for Ins 'picking and stealing.' 1U was exposed some two years ago in Cohrcn by one of our senators, Mr. Higgs, whose statements where he is known are implicitly relied on. That ciposure is a part of the digression il records, and may be cx.iuiined by A'eitVr's abolition friends. We oannot just now lay our hands apon it, but we will reproduce it in some future number, to show howuud by what high authority tins iniserahlo traitor has been exposed and branded, lint, meau as he is, he is a very good abolitionist Heifer stole money, and tireeley and lour low Weed would steal and run otf slaves from their masters. Heller turns upon the spot that gave hiui birth, and necks to de. stroy its material and Social prosperity. Governor Morgan aids him in his work, and hugs the traitor to his busom. Xay, m ire ihe governor ol a sovereign State, whose ; s been mainly built up by South' nd slave labor, has subscribed i in lighting up the lluine of ' .-vile war in lilteen States of tho confederacy! Is this the message of alloc tion which Xew York Bends greeting lo North Carolina ? Is this a common I'nijn?" Yes, and we may now add that John Shrrman, Gallusha A. Grow, Anson Bar. lingame and Ben. Staunton aid him, and end greeting to the sister south, these un fraternal and traitorous sentiments fur the purpose of "lighting up the flames of civil and servile war.'' Thk Mkxican Foray upon Texas. A messenger from Brownsville reached Goliad on the "H ultimo, with important news He reports that ho left on Friday last; that no fight bad occurred up to that time, but that it was expected that Cortmas would at tack the towo that day. While on the road he heard that a party of sixty mon Amer icana had gone out of the city ; rut C.'orti. nas ; he got whipped and lost eight men, who were taken prisoners; but this was only a flying report; and is probably untruo The information from the Rio Grande, al. though much exaggerated, is of the greatest importance. Cortinas is strongly encuupi ed near Brownsville, with a large force.sulj jeoting our citizens to insult nnd degrada tion, and at the same time threatening. Brownsyille with destruction. Citizens of Texas are now in this city, who had to sub' in it to the will of these out. awe, and obtain their consent before they could pass through their lines to reaoh their homes. On the 17th Rio Grande city was attack ed by a party of Cortinas' band, but repuls' ei by the sudden appearance of several Americans on horseback, who gallantly charged the enemy and bodly wouodod sev eral of the marauders. Two citizens wore seriously wounded. General Carabnjal sent over a force from Caniargo to protect the town from further depredations. Acting Richard with a Canine Accompaniment. paniment. Sol. Smith relatos the fullowing : . At a sitting in New Orleans, wa were "patting through" a candidate in Kichard the Third, just as he started from his ooun. oil in the last scene, ciclaimini;, ' Oir ma anothor horse," 4c., a little fl ite ol n dog flew at bim, and seizing on the seat of his trowsers, hung there till taken off by hi master, who vat acting at the time as sergeant at arms. Of course the would be tragedian was required to try the scene over again and again; but e?ery thne that confounded dog would get looso and attack him in the rear I 1 have no doubt be had been trained to it. At lenat six times ha went to sleep, and old Jack Ureen, as the Ghost of Henry VI., with a oigar in bis mouth, repeated the line, ''Waks, Richard, arxo ! to guilty mind a torrl . bis example !" And Richard every time bounded from his eouuh, flourishing his sword, and Btnger ing towards tb footlights, exclaiming, "Give me aoothsr horse! Bind up my wounJs" "hare's that d d dug aniii uAS't he be lied!" A Swiss miibs. A Swiss miser died lately near Zuriofa who Is represented to bave been aa Mr a peeimea of the class as ever exiited. lie rn a If made man, a map witbouteducation, and with out aay prominent talents, his principal qualitios being a horrible avarice and an iron industry. The proprietor of a large manufacturing establish ment bis great object was to extort as much wurk as possible from his laborers at as little expense as possible. He was never married never erjoyed aaj ot the pleasures of life, and lived, in a mi nit, low, dirtv room whose only furnitu.e was a bel taad. An adjoining room served as a kite boo, where his oolr servant resided and cooked hit meals, which he ate standing, lie never kept any regular beoks, and never took an inventory. Twelve years ago hii friends persuaded him to have one taken, but when long before It was nuinhed, H thawed a property free uf all debts of nearly four millions of dollars, he tire up the papers and tap ped the proceeding. He died m he had lived, io dirt and apparent poverty; and, true to the prin ciples that had guided Una through life, ieit ftotb to beneveleaoe er aoy asefui iasUtutlon. A )hi'i Kxpoiko X. T. Den. 4 A curious piece of political scandal is abroad, but not at all surprising when such an flee, tion is going on ar the prss.nl one, in which all the element of evil are brought to bear upon eeHnin Independent men. Lost New i ears Eve there wan a flrjit, and Patrick Cosgrnve, or "t'ocknaoh," but just when Counuitinan Andrew J. Mal'arty wae about to electioneer agninst Fernando Wood, hie labor are interfered with by a warrant, charging him with the murder of CosgroYS Xhe Ciraod Jiuy , iudioted fata, and it ia doubtful if he can be bailed. He is now in the Tombs. MoCartywas present at the fight when CoSgrov was wounded. . . . . -.i mmT' ii . Prayi vm Tiia , Miibokrrrs In the Church of the Epiphany, Kor. Dr. Hall's, oft Thursday and Kriday, prayer were offer. ed up before the Throne of Grace in behalf nl the Harper Terry insurrectionists. The South has no sympathy with murderers and cut-throats, but it does nut forget to inter code with the grout King of King when immortal eotils are about to be ushered in to eternity. The Southern people, while they will not interfere to overthrow th just decree of the law, will nevertheless pray Tor the souls of those who, bad it been in their power, would have hurled the fire brand and brandished the murderor'i knife in every homestead. Constitution. That "Kascihatino'' Widow Wa re cently rave An account of tho elnnrment nf a married preacher named keesey, of iireensuurg, witn "Minnie Parver,' styled by tho papers of that place a "fascinating young widow." It now turns out, accord log to the description of a correspondent of a Tyrone paper, that she is a woman 'of sharp fB'ures, dark skin, slab chest, soulless eyes, Jiuin.skin lips, sunken oheuks, and hor in tellect (what iittle sin has) almost a total blank ! ' fascinating indeed I A pretty pieoe of calico to steal the hoart, and entice trom his home and family, ns talented a rascal as the reverend absconder is repre' sented to be. Pittsburg .lonrnal. C I1AM.KXOF.U. Tom .Marshall, nf Ky , has been challenged to fight a dnei nt iJubuuue I Hie trouble commenced in the bar room of the .lnlion, by Tom's telling a noisy custom' er that his brains were located somewhere eise than iu bis head I RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. The Oriuikm. Mnmlxr RsTsai.lsiirn nt"ltui7 iml Hrit article of Ihe kind ever Introduced unilcr me name oi rri.MfsK UArKM," in this or any other country: nil othpr Pulmonic Waters nr counterfeits, l he genuine can be known tty the 1IHVAN S PULMONIC WAFKRS H"llevo CuuKi.i, Colds, soar Throat, Hoarseness ISHYa.N'S ITLMONIO WAr'KRd llclleve AstUma, Bronchitis, Diflkult Breathing llllVAN S PULMONIC WAFKRS tie Ik' vc Siitlnn of Blood, Pains In the Chert. MIAJ ! rULi.tlO.MC WAiKKS Iletteve liieiiirnt t'onBtini)itlon, Lung Ulseases. UKVAN'S PULMONIC WAFKRS Relieve Irritation of the I'vula and Toosils. BRYAN'S PULMONIC H'AKKR.S Kelieve the atove Complaints In Ten Minutes. 11KYAN S PULMONIC WAFKRS Are a Mcitting to all Classes and Constitutions. BRYAN S PULMONIC WAFKRS Arc niUpted to Vocalists and Public Speakers. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS Are in a simple for and pltasant to the taste. IIMAS S rill.MOKlU WAFKRS Not only relieve, but erlect rapid and lastln- Cures. UllYA.N'S PULMONIC WAFLKS Ar - u-arrAiited to give satisfaction to everv one. V . I.' . : I . , , i . . -o r ninny siiouoi ie WHiiout a oox ot Brya'a'a Fulmonlc Wafers IN THK '.iol .HK. No lrarelor should be without a sunplv of i . ... . . . rr j oiydus rmmuuiD waxers IS HIS POCKET. No person will ever object to give Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer TWENTV-flVB CENTS. JOB VOSES, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, N.Y. sold by V. W. STEWART, m) U Uaytun, Ohio, In. Field-Heady Fight OLD STAND! FRESH GOODS! J. A. MI NICK, CORNER OF JEFFERSON & MARKET, DAYTON, OHIO, IT A. VINO M LK I M PORTA NT IMPROVE MR NTS ii in iiissiorr roomi, Ami replenished tin Already lure tKk, with heavy Atlilillom of Freih Goods, he it prejt r.'tl to np:ily tiie community better than ever with rveiv tlitnir nieded in the (irne-Pn- .ml Proa nee tine, lie uu And will furnish every thing in the trade, of the le;t quality, At tho lowest lln stock in pirt comprises Hl73A&d AND MOLAS3E3. 20 Htids. Prime an . t'hoioe N- O. Sugar, 10 Crushed Suar, choloe XX. 10 " Powdered " extrt 44 10 " Oraimlated Suirar, very good. 10 " Uellned Co (tee Suar a choice Article, and a r'at Uvorite. 10 Bbls. 3 X Galilen Syrup, drippings from LoAf auKar, anu a unoioe article. 10 Dlbl. Ooldfu syrup, extra nice. 10 " Sutir House Syrup. 20 ' N. O. Moifisaea new crop, COPFBfld. M sacks Rio Coffee No. 1 etrr. 10 " Java " extra. 10 status4 a new article. Kverv kind and quality of Teas that are desired. Mid JELLANEOUa R-iistns, Figi, Currants, Dried Peaches, Apples, Tobacco, Ciirnrs, Wood and Willow WAre, Queens wire, Crockery, Ac, fcc, and a Urge variety too numerous to mention. Keelitiit tmlv urateful for the veryllheral paron n"f he hn rect'lved from th" citizens of Dyton and aitrroundiiifr country, he desire to have them con tinue, tee, uik sure that he c m now better than ever heretofore, pleat the nubile. Ho desires the people to call before purchasing eUewhere, as he oilers superior induceueuts. uaI? Massllon Coal, Mr '1HK MASS1LON COAL COMPANY HAVK X tuMe ll'rarrsnitenii'ntiforsui)lylngtholtl. zeus ol Uaj toa with thoir SCREENED GRATE COAL ! ! ! The Massllon Coal Co. elaim for their Coal a au- ORnoritv over miv otlwr il4! Uni nn ... of its haviiiK less ashe and cinder than any other "uuiiuuub jfui utraoyertu, anu oeiug unuiatly clean and coarse. Orders may be left at J. W. Dietrich's Dm More, Roeia i-'uvf.er'a, Achey's,or at J. K. Gebbart's. GEO. MoCAIN, A pent. Kertrto F. W. Davies, Ksq , Jtmes Pt nine. J. W. Dietrich, J. R. Hubble, B. F. Eaker. novao-dlia Labor Bavlng far Ladles. THE subscriber has reoeived again a clothee man -it'; ol whioh he can have any made to or der. This mangle will gave agreat deal of work on a watihiug day, as not only can cloti es be wrung quicker and easier than by hand, but all except tine ciotheBCAo be mangled through rollere by merely turning a cran, which will make them smooth enough, and saves a great deal of lroninir. 1 have tried one on the same principle for the last ten ears nu an muu uaeoue,woum not uo witnout it AISO. Dttl'Ilt Hltrtl) fit I'nr rtlrtstlnst sn,l r.l.nnAs. by which eitheroi them tan be fastened better than! by the old wa; the mangle can be tried by anyone , CHARLES POST, novl7daw East 2d st., 4 doors from Wain st. Winter Is Here. 'POkoop hands aiid foet warm, tho sub. -s- scribet baa for sale a good assortment of borne made socks. Al. o, rial ribbed bhakersocks, buca-skin,do;-akin and wooluu uiitteuti and gloves for men and bi.. CHAHLKS HOST, nov 17-daw Kast 2d st., 4 doors from Main. 20 dot. Shaker Broome Just received, as well as hnnd hrooms. aud forsaleby CHARLKS POST, novi7 daw Cast 3d ., 4 doors from Main. JOHN A. McMAHON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON, O. KrOffua on Third street, between Main ami Jetfenuu, one door east of ths Methodist Church. novM-sia JOHN U. K.BEIDLEB, Votary I'ublic, OFFICE; CKNTKAL 1XS. OFFICE, Mayor's Booms, Ho. TO, East H of d Mala,, bstw sea Second and Third. HA VINO rei.eived the appointment of No. 4ry Public ta mad tot the oounty or Moat somury, Ohio, the uu.lerl. Kl.td takes this atethuU to liitona his Irieiuls aud the publie seuvrally, that he la uuw prepared to Ao all the tiusineas perlalnlus; to said ultlce that may be eutiustud tu him oorrsuu ly and ou the shortest notice. T aovIB-tf JOHN U. KREIDLER. OK BOXKSof extra nice Orarurs, lustra M selv.il bj BBAMPEMIlUhO CO.. J-l Ho. aw), Tturt Mrsot, OUA3. E. OLARKE, REAL ESTATE GKNKRAll AGENT. WltX buy end sell on C-omtnideton Real Katateofftll kinds, Roads, Land Warrante, Tfnfee. Mortgagee. mate eollectinne and no tute loans. Mill locate Land Warrante, Intnre prnerty at reasonable rates In good rioniitle (,:onianlee,and doagvneaal ageBeyaadeommlssloa biiolne. iKirarfftevMTie nwM. Offlot wltb T. J. S. Rmlth, Esq., , Clegg 'e BrilldlegtThlrdwtreet, FORTRADEr 8BVIR1I. UUUSI AND LOTS AND SMALL .,Jy- FAKM8, L'OU part mnney and part wild land, or 1 Railroad bODds. I HAS. R. C I.ABKK, . OT Cleft's Bitlldlnf, Sd street. Tor Sale Cheap. ' 7. 'PUB Ucsidence of K, Anson More, on A. ffeeond street, aear Perry, Is offered at a bar- gftln. If anlleMtlfia Is made soon. This ts one of the moat desirable places In tha city. The house Is lare, and furnished with every CHAS. r. CLARKI , Heal Estate Axent, Tlrss's Hulldlng.lidst. Wanted; AN Improved Farm, for which pood Cin cinnati property, on Raossnd BetUstrMtswIU be exchanged. InquirtiOf THAI. S. CLARK K, nnvaa Real Kstate A(ent, sd street. Graduated Landa. T MK trndnMiifiied is rrenared- to ohtnin ruifin i or ki, persons noioing uupnoatee toi Graduated Lands, on which Pa tea U have not been received. IrterciseDtatnUment of the Department thatall entries on whisb iatente are not delivered will be cancelled, reodete It of the utmost lniportaoc that parties should secure their tit Ice by obtaining pat ent, or thry will inevitably luie their land. Partus leaving their duplicates with me for that nurpose, will be chartced nothing unless! auooeed In obtaining their patents. oU CHA8. E. CLAftklgent. FOR SALE! AHANO.SOME KhlSlUE.SCE, on mil west of Dayton, a the rids overlooking the the city, with upwarile ol f. nr acres of land. Thesroand ta welt stooked with eailnr. fruit trees, grapes, atrawlierrlrs, raspbcrrlr., 4o., and plenty or shrubbery. Howe two-story, eight romns, in good condition, large cellar, and outbuildings An attraetiee place. Tern a reasonable. CHA4. E. CI.ABKB, septw Tlegg sjlullillng.iil street, 21 Dollars an Acre! FOiiapood Karmin Darke Cimnrr, 6 milea north east of ITnlon ety. TS acres under good eulrtvatlon, balance Knod timber; rich black soil. Kraine house of ti rooms han soiuely situated, aud surrounded by a'ocust grove, goou frame barn, corn erlb,atal)le, ind other out buildings, iiood bearing Orchard with all ktrua of fruit. 1'Mis U a graat barf sin. 1IIARI.HS E. CLARKK, augat. Heal KatauA.'ilt,Cleg's Building. FINE FARittSU . CITY PliOPERTY WILL'BK TAKEN . ' IN PRAT PATMBNT. I I Q ACUES, six miles from the City, be.. . '"en the Brant and Valley Turnpike., and two miles from kaeisly's alllle. so acres under cul tivation, balance good Umber. 1 AC'KM excellent land in Shelby A JtJ county, e miles from Sidney, and t miles from Fort Jetlcrsou; Iw acres under cultiva tion, balance good timber. Orchard of grafted fruit, good frame house, barn, stable, ooru crib, granary. Jrc. Three good springs and a good wsll. A very desirable place. ALSO: ) i l ACKES in Huncock county, near a Jt-' a Railroad station, good house and best quality of land, loo acres Improved. ALSO: LMN'E Suburban property in full new of. A and handsomely overlooking the city. Those having property to exchange wtlilind it to their tu terest to call upon CHARLES K, CLARK, -augga. Clegg's Building, 3d st. Land, Land. 1 WOULD call attention to Land now of fered to exchange for City Property or Goods, located as follows ; OHIO Shelby, Rom, Allen, Defiance, Henry, Fulton, Darke and WilUanisCountles. INDIANA Randolph, Wells, Wabash, Stark, Jasper, Pulaskiand Lake Counties. lAjJjIWUia Lawrence, Kichland, Urawford ; and JasoeV Counties. MISSOURI Cliaruon.Waehiugton.Madisoo Ripley, Reynolds, Oregon and IOWA Scott, Buchanan, lioone, Cedar and Van Buren Counties. MINNESOTA Dakota, Ramsey, Rice, Scutt and McLcod Counties. The above are choice land, and w ill be exchanged vuuib inunuviiiiuit iciuiauu afiit;auuu to CHAS. K. CLARKE, Jv3 Clegg's BuilJiug, Third street. v FARMS, TVVT0 IIANDHO.ME and hichly Improved - farms. ling about 4 miles north of the oity. 16 tort') vnuii. Vyti s rnwrrni i will U9 taaCU in oart oavment. ALO. 340 acres ia Hancrek County, not far from ihe county teat, and three lourths of a mile from a rail road station, luo acres improved, balance excellent uinier. tery nue i anu, ana waine sold at a bar cam. ALSO. I'M a ores one mile north westof Tnlon Oltv. wall improved; a oreek running through the centre, never (ailing water, targe barn, good bearing or- cuaru, luruiKi, o ALSO." - ' 94 acres in Darke county, part rood timber: rood land, a No. 1 barn, painted, good house. $1,000 ALSO. A number of other farms variously loeated and all very cheap, together with a large amount of desira- pie euy property oi every uescrijmon. jyU C'HAK. K.CLARKg, Sd 8t, Farms. Oil ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum V X x ner. on the O. St M. K. R..une hundr.. Improved, the remainder timber olgood quality, There are two good Dwelling Houseeontheprem lses.oonvenient out-houses, and In the midst of a Rood settlement. This farm is ottered at the low price of $12 per wv)irciuK utuvii ivmm iuau urn vaiue. eorsaeoy rHlK It fMBUv Real Eatate Agent. 8d st ree t . City Property Ucfcirubie . Kesl , ,. tlcnvel 1 offer for sale on reasonable terms, a new and handsome residence on 3d street, be low ntrry. The House Is larre and commodious, with alith modern improvementa and oonveniencee, is finely located, andin a good aeinhborhood. Will beold eneap. ii appuoaiion in mauesoon. CH AS. E CLARKR, mh8 Real Estate Agent, Clegg's Build I ng, FOR SALE CHEAP. IPC ACHES, on the River Road, near the Ctaclnnatl R. B l rutin from th. srity; amall Crania huusa aod stabl., ohoiee fruit vines, CHAS. K. I LAKKR, augs - - . Third street. T AND WARRANTS BOUUHT & SOLD s at Clnelunatl quotations, or looate4 ta Iowa, LSAJ, U. ILAHKK, Thlrdatraet ARE YOU INSURED? T AM Ready to take rieki Tor substantial companies, in the city and country en favorble term. I represent the following companies, and can furntah ample refrences here as totbe reliabili ty of either: MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, tONN.. Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire In& Co. (IHCOBFOBATED 1821.) OFFICE, M. 8, Willi St., N.Y. CASH CAPITAL, . CA8 BUBPLU3, . S2S0.000. . - $125,000. Irving Fire Insurance Co. - (IHGOKPOEATED 141.) OFFICE, No. , Wall a(rvel, N. V. OASB CAPITAL, $200,000. CHAS. B. CLARKE, Aj.nt, aug . ,. . . Ulegis's KulMUiii.aast. fjffi.8 sbeeta star mills letter paper. ' 6 ', " DOtS .. "l 6 " ladies gilt elgo note paper. t " assorted colored not. , 6 fine steel pen and holder. I shost f ne bhttiog paper. 1 24 adhesive eovelopea, assorted colors, nil for 'H cents. W. JJ. CAIXEXDER, Wholesale Htatiiner, I'btUjd, O. IcaTA2eoU waated ia evert couutv in Indiana, ' LEMONS.. 25 boxes French Lemons, in prlai..raariiutraalvl. M(t.,. , D. f. .fHDk Ion'l Hfil Tour Old India) llnb. ber Mis, . T1UT lot m. rar-nd thm far .no so aa to Ho " T" f"! s.rvlre I will also put hvlla ttnthr aolmnn La.llrt', Gvo'l.m.n'a and I bllilr.n'a llh- " """" an.i iiik.i., M h will kr.p In. rt warm aa.l tlry.aml a.ar ainr. ilitTahl, thao Ir.ili.ri'.s. V.ur Job. may Ih k?rt at W. V. Harrow, .ho. slor.; at S. Col lrnlt's,mrnFrsth anil Mala alits, oral Ih. fs' lorr vr SSI wast Itsj slrr.l, Dsiloa. aovJS-JwJ n, p. JkBtidH, Store Rooms to Rent. THOUK TWO VRB Y-ORHIKABLB large and eoninorlioue 1 . St or 6 ltooin "( Oa U aorta ahl. f Thlnl .. m i t ra- Ct It Iant a llrrch.lroile, from thr la-t ilav of "inner arit. , o. BhCKAu Deckel's Hall! THR LAttOKIT,. HE3T AND MOST emsaollousla Uieortr'i; ' ; , 1 Sra(s for one Thousand rrrsona!) " . By tb. tlngl. day dr for a ton. Lot so. nnrM , , . p. BKCsIEL. C1I111STMASH T:iVA.GIFrS!TJrA.g P. H. D'AKCY, post orrin; iiiiildig, Daytc on, O,, f3 NOW HECKIVINO INS STOCK OK 1 Gooo-.il for the HOLIDAYS, which for heautv antl variety are uiiinrr.iieil lu tills city. Illestot k of (,'anllfs ami Confot U nci Irs Is cooiplete, and of the verv lest quallttr. tie Is ilso ant for Mnltby'e nltlmore Oysters, which will ho eold on reisonall terms, either by the oan, halt can or plate. Heeten tsa cor lmi Invititlno to his friend and the pupltcgeaoralty. loglve htm a eall. aovia Death to Hats and Vermin! UEHE WB COIVIBM CITIZKNS, nrJ.KK AND FA1.MKKS1 now ta Tour time to exterminate your Rata, Mice, Hoirhes and Hot I livw. Ity the request of many ritirfus I have pre irtd two hundreil boxrs of my ce1slor ertiuu Deittroyer, lor the use of thow who mny he pUguM witii these Uestruutlve vermlni ami I will continue to keep it all through the winttT. This preparntlon li free Trom all dangerous po'a ons. and oan he uioO la Kithens. fantrles. lup boartU, Cellars or staMe, without being In danger of Injuring the human familv. r useful animal; but is sure to destroy that which U ta designed for. The testimony of hundrcls of C ti&nns can be had to testify to the utility of this article, a the; have used it for many jrar. It l'ave ao stt-neh, as the vermin gooff to streams of water to die. Can be had at my residence, No. 101 JeftVron Ht., between 6th amlHth, or trom the boy who willearry It through town for sale. N. B. This is the ouly preparation that hsaever been made or sold here which contains attractive oils to uake verm In eat It every time it ts laid for them. HEN. BU&T. nov.0 Journal copy. New Meat Market ... m " O RE GO N. TI1K UNDERSIGNED, ALIVE TO the necessities of Ihe people, has opened Va bis Grocery more a j . DAILY MEAT MARKET, Where the nuMlccan And, dally, Fresh Beef, Mut ton, Pork, taril, tiauaage, ., at th. ehsaixat Mar ketPrlof.. In my t.rocsay every family need can he supplied; besides sio1 Catawba, (lid Rye, Umnuy, Absyath, just received, and excellent RHINE WINE, Which I sell at to oent th. plot, and 2S oeats per bottle. Give me a call. PHILIP WALTZ. novao-tf Dissolution of Partnership. BY the rotiroment of Geo. B. Holt from the practice of the law, and by mutual agree ment, the law partnership between said Xoit and M. B. Walker, is this day dissolved. 1 he business heretofore cnllded to us being unfinished, will re ceive the attention of both the partners until dis posed of. HULT s WALKSR. . novas New Partnership. U. WAl.KEK and Gears V. Walker M. have this dav formed a nartnerahin for tha praetic of the law. They will Klve due attention to all business they may have eutrustwltothem. Ottlce on IhlrU street, iaytou, u.. In Clegf's nuuuiiiu, jiu. i, pi. o. wfli.nr.it, aoviW GBO. F. WAt KER. Thanksgiving Oysters. D& F. B. SUULL will b prepared to furnish the cltuena of Dayton and the sur roundl' g towns and aountry with eholce fresh and sweet uy siers, oy tne caae or can. consisting ol NUMBER ONES, 8E1ECTED and DOUBLE BELKCTEB, lb. latter ars BTALL-EED. sWDOXT l'OIUiKl' TUB PLACEI-d ALSO. Any quantity of Candles. Nuts, Fruits, nuuii imwi riuv Api'ies, eie., lor inanKB.lv. ing. D. 4 F. D. SUULL, novSS Under Phillips House, cor. Main a Sd sta: Oyster Season Opened!! a7 BEST BALTIMORE bf Ousters, Received by Express Direct from BALTIMORE! Kvry Day In the Week! "THb Subscribers are now receiving daily vy E.ircn. quauiy oi uaitime uysters whiththey will warrant good, and sll by the cab half can oa case, at the lnweat rates. Fainlliesand Dealers stutnlieil on Itlteral tt rmi. Orders solicited from Lealcra In every partof the Heineiuber they keep the best in the market. W. U. UliANDKNMJKU&CO., septt Mo. 300, Id street, Dayton, A. V. IIOFEU, ATTOltNEY AT LAW, Aud Notary 1'ublic, DAYTON, - . . OHIO. IsaT Office in Cleoq's ISl-ildinq,! (WlthT. F. Thresher.) In the rooms formerly occu pied by Vallandlgham McMahon. octib Smd pONFKOTIONEHIES. Prulrs,Ooc6a Nuts, W Candies, Prunes, llates, Pepper Sauoe, Ketehup, Sardines l,lckled U) strrs, ( lama, Lolj.tets, Slui ard Pickles, Piue Apples and Peaches in glass Jars, and a variety of other goods too numerous to mention Just received aud lor sale wholesale aud retail, hy av - i). F. B SHULL. OH HABKETH Champagne; vf l barrel Holland Utn; . 1 barrel Jamaica Hum, I " Irish Whlsayl ' " Kye 6 ' Bourbon Whisky) " French Brandy. Just received. nova , D. a F. B. SHULL. 1 1 SACK8 prime Peanuts; 1 V ttbarrels Almondsi . a k..i. l.i-i ... I 8 Pecans: a , . Braiil Kutsi . 1 " Knglisn Walnutsj to boxes Layer Haislua. Just received. nova D. t F. B. SHULL. FKK,SU OVril'EK.S received daily by Ki press, direct from Baltimore. O. F. B. SHULL. fJODBY'S I-ADIKS' HtJOK, and Peterson' - Magalln for Novembor, just reoeived. " " - ij. k . i, nHiii.i.. A UEAUTJKUli lut of Cuues, just opened .- i,. k ij SHULL. A PPLKci, by tiie burrel or bushel, tr sale -by nova . O.a, F. B. SHULL. CLEMENT E. UAEMANN, NOTARY PUBLIC, ' . ' Dayton, oiiio. Offloe Main Street, Steele' Building nov 1 OPPOSITE COTTRT HOUSE. TbeSutlivaa BtoveFcllan. best and cheapest thing of the sins In use 1 lor giving a lasting and brilliant polish to stove Grates, t. Prise 10 cents. Forsaleby novis W. w. b I K WAKT. as Mala street. Mantctl 4 PERSON to keep a 11 Tl TOIL GATE. U. WKUKKL. Michigan Cranberries. I K BARHELS of th beat quality of Miehi- aan -Cranlierriea. in excellfnt n,nHin,.n I..- reoeived, and lor sale at vholrssle ana rets'lf, at 0U No. sua, Thiid st. 25 sosaa '6,BOn,i' iip'tms order, jast p. r. . ihcu. SECOND FALL TURCIIASE! 033,000:00 i s wort! ar NowDry .' Goods! Trom A actio, u s sol. wlthla Kdaff,' At f-oHEATtyr- n educed rnicES r :j,,.,BougLAsg.ft,c.Q.J PQILLIP' HEW, BtsaLOINa, . Ns. Main Street, , DAYTON, O,, Fsaey Silks at . Plain Black silks at Very Beat fta Lain, at BngHsh ftlerlnoes at -Prints, - -Very good So (warranted) OihmI do - ' 7te worth ss ss t , " . toe en 10 as Bleached Muslins, (yard wide) 11 DrsOood Rafluoefl Very I'OWl Other SooSs as Cheap IB preportlea.i ' CLOAKS, NEVEST, STILES! , 1 ' At New Tork Prices. ' SHAWLS, I . for r,00 worth 17,50 Uo l Tor 17,00 "10,00 HOSIERY &"fANCY GOODS! LOW BR than will b fouhd elsewhere. I ' GOODS FOlt MEN AND BOYS' WEAUI HOOP SKIRTS, l per oent. lower than ever offered. ' : LADIES' SHOES, td best iw MARKET I , Alo ajenti for ' ' " ZtMtr's Bvwln Machine!, ,WtMW th Bt MivUOnc la Vm. tTh aborf If not txntewrtAifA. wm An- Urralnrd to sell ur Goodt for CmA. SA pf tent. lower than eu be bought iiwlipr. , . i li, f DOUGI.ANfl CO., OOT.a -., ,. It MniQlt lel. At WILLARD & WIIEATON'S, oris No. MS Third street, near Mala, BOOKS Therollowlng list of NKW BOOKS, Just rre'd. By WILLAItU A WIIEATON MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON HI Court - and FamllTii . r t By the Duohesa D'abrantes (Madame Junot) In 3 Vols, with numerous Portraits engraved onsteeL "LEADERS" of tb , REFORMATION, ine Kepresentative roea oi tiermany, r ranee England and Scotland, by John Tulloch, D. D. 'MONET KINO, and other Poems, by John G. Sane. .. . .. , :, ! GOLD FOIL, Hammered from Popular Proverbs, by Timothy MINIBTBRB' WOOINO, by Harriet Beechor stowe. THE CORNER CUPBOARD, or Facts lor tiveryooayi Pormintr aeompleteKnoyclopediaor Useful Knowl eslge) Illustrated with over looo KngravtAKa. - Bi authorof "Itiqulrs Within," 4s. , PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter Evening' Entertainmants; Contalnlne Aetina; Pro erbs. Uramatle Charades, Acting inaraur., urawins hood rantORilntes,dae., with Descriptive Kngravings. By authorof'Ma- gicieu'B vwn nooa," "aociaDie," ao. LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTB BOOK; With Reminiscences and Chit Chat of th Green Hoom ana stage., jsv uo. VAnuEaaorr. WOMEN ARTISTS, In all Ages and Countries, by Sirs. Bllet. A GOOD FIGHT, and Other Tales. by Charles Beads; author of Lore me Little, Love me ws. .., ........ i .,., . , SWORD AND GOWN, '. by th author of Guy Livingstone. FI'0M DAWN To"dT FLIGHT, i (anew supply) by Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher.' ! "HARRY LEE,'' or Hope'for the Poor, U. lustrated. , t ,,,( i Reoeived this day, and for sale at ' , i, . . M THIRD STREFT, novls One door West of the Town Clues. IF yoa Boek for moreLIGlTT, buy Deitzs' Larfft) Burner COAL OIL LAMP, which- for brilliant Ittrht la not an rnaisiauul hi anvnthar laArr at the lime expen-e. The Large Burner ooniuroeg not above one oeat'i vorth of Oil per hour; the mall Burner half oeut to the hour, have Stand Lam pa, Gla and Brasi, Stand Lampi, Marble Foot, jrartor, uo an BUI .pending. Hasp Swinr. Side Lampi, Glau aui Bra. We alio keep a general aatortinent of Lard Oil and Fluid Lamp. Fleue fcl ui a call. , npvla , HKCKLKH..KMMLKY MAXTON. CANNELVS denrerized Coul (HI, for sale at HECKLKR, RICMUiV4MAX10N'fla FKENCll CHINA Just receWed a few filce Dinner Seta, Vaaea. and fancy ornanenta. novia HECKLER, KE1ULEY MAXTON. Fresh Goods! Fair Prices! McIiNTIHlT& BAJBLV GROCERS AND PRODUCE DEALERS, 118 Main St., S doors below the Market House. A full supply of Choice Family groceries, ol which we warrant all good. Coffee). Rio Coffee, Mocha, Java, Maricabo. , , MciWTIRJtaSAIRD. Fins Taaa. Imp Tea, Y U do, Blaok do, Gunp owJer do ' . ' McINTIRS k BAIKD. Molaasea. . N O Molaases, ij II Molasses, Syrups, . . i . MvlMlBU BAUD, 8ugar. N O Sugar, fowd do, Gran do, Crushed do Cofftaao MclMIRK BAIKD. Bploaa. , Qroand Pepper, Allspio, Cloves, Cinamoa, MsINTIRS BAIHD Balerataa oV Cr Tartar. A superior artiole, which we warrant pure, McINTIRB BAIkD, Pin Cigars, Bronson's Fine Cut Tobacco, Soaps, Cheasay ,. Coraraeal, t0 Bbls Apples. UclNTlMli BAIRD.' WIT I Thanksgiving GOODS I, N. & W. M, GREEN'S 20 Boxes (Near Raisins) halve and quart tets, st I. N. a W. M. Ureaa's. . ; . , Choioe Pittsburgh Buckwheat Flour, ia sacks for family use, at I. M.a W. M. Green's. Katra Nlea Tenn. feaebes, just recaivad at I. M. W. M.Ureen'a. . . Prunes, Zantee Currants and Fits at I.N. a W. M. Green's. 'ill boiea Fir Crackers, Terr low at I. M. W.M.Green's. ., . , Fin Navy Soup iieaot, just reoeived and fur sale cheap at ' I.M.Js W.M.GREEN'S, "W H.li,ltaiastrt, a V 2 5 :!z 74 nWcot Fourth otrcct, J CIJC1JJ1TI9 O. DroGB-Sllhs i . . . , .(... VELVET FLOPXCED RUBES, FANCY and WUITE SILK HOBES, for ctotiing. i : ' : ; ., : -i , - lloirc Inlique ani -lirocatlc Urcsscs .i''-.'..'-;'."-.v,. ' ' ' Just reoeived from New Torn Auction Isles. '!.,'..'., 'I KioU, J)olnine Jlobe for Ladies and Misses; Shetland Wool Hhawls, Veils, Nubie and Opera Hoods.Onaka and HiSwla; Kmbroiderrd Velvet L'lrsks, Cloth Cloaks, Unglana aad Dnstcrs, all th new tjlis of Shawls, t Pisces of 8ilks, Hilks, at cent jicr ard. . DOMKsSTICS AND LINENS! In this department we have a aerlrabla slock of ftW GOODS, and wa offer them to Housekeepers nneommonly low prices. v Woolon Dress Ooodfl, Ao. n'ain and Printed Merinoe and Delaines; Paris Plnid, V lenoiasand Poplins. Merino Under Wear, selling at Dost, lor Ladies, dents, and C hildr New style of CM HOOP SKIRTS, entirely new In style and finish, Just tee'd. flora ths mannfector ""p77 1 1 7 DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER, i ;.: . ! i . ?. 1 West Fourlli Street, oet7-smeerBlriaw and Robcn. Opposite Pike's Opera House, CINCINNATI, OHIO. RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. iiTT F? rvLJAL-'f iri. . 5 1 ivwmrT $ ) Ovrtho liiillanu loulral &. luy ion ck vciern uniiways ()N ftnd'flftor Mon'lay, Not. 14th, 1859, v iraina win leave ixtyKm aa runowa: Flrat MornlDfr Train leavra Pnyton at 1:00 a.m. arrlvlnfrat Indlanaiinlia at lV-.oo a m.; makinff di reatootineotloa with Lafavette Intllnnanolla ft. h for Lafrtyette and Chionao with Terie Hauted Hlch- nont.' n. n. lor lerre Haute ami incennea, witn Madt-iwn Indlnnapolia R. H. for Loulavltle, arriving at Chicna;3atA:3i. M..at Madiann and LmlavIil?At :00 r. Mv,Vlaaenea ;uu r. Terreilaute at t:eo S?oond Train, lear?aftay ton at t:80A.K.f arriving piautaDapoiit at o:iu p. M.f maMinK direct nonneo tion fur ait. LouiB.arrivlnar in (St. Lnnia at :uu a. m.. two houra in advance of any other route. Third Train leavea Day on at 0:00 P. M arriving atlndianapolia at 10:00 p. M., mnlt ng direct oounec- tiviia itr hu wtmiersi poinia. OOVH Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Rail Road. " 'Three Daily Trains, via. Columbus." Through ticket! from Dayton to all Eastern " Cities.- THREEoally Trains each way, leirlnf Dayton forthe East as follows; Night Knpressst 1,10a. m.Uay Express ll,6 a.m. Aooonirnoilntlon,l6p.m. Arriving at bay ton, Aciommoilatlon .,16 a.m.) No. 1 Exureas, l,Wp.m. No. J Kxprrss, 4,50 p. m. , Trains run by Columbus Unaaawbieh is 7 minutes ,imu t a) ion lime. Through tleketa San be had tor all Eastern oltles bycallingon F. R. Warman, Ticket Agent, at the Depot, Kaat Third street, . llayton, Xcnia anil Columbus Leayas at 0,80 p. m., and arrives at s,St a. m. All freights left at the Depot by t,30 p. m., will be lorwardeil same day, bv 6,30 p. m. Freights arriving- atS,6Sp. in., will be delivered ii s.i oa. m. . J. DURAND, Supt. C. WAastAS.Cen'l. Ag't. aprll Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. CHANGE OF TIME. AN and after Monday Nov. 11,. USD. Paasen VgerTrains willleavetheSthureetDepoDay- ion (loruinoinnaTi as roiiows: At.Ua.Bi.,8.ao a.m., 4,00 p. m., and .15 p. m. Leave Cincinnati for Dnyion at 7.30 a. m., lt.00 a. m., 6.30 p. in., and 11.30 p. m." InovU LIANIEL MehAKBN ,9np't CHANGE OF TIME. Dayton & Michigan R. R. ; w Open To Toledo, r AND FORMING IN CONNECTION with the Detroit a-ncT Toledo R. R., 40 mi let the a hor teat line- between Dayton and Detroit, mid with the Plttaburh.P.Tt Wayne & Chicago Hail Hoad.Wt mile the uurteat lhtetoetween Dayton and Chicago. TWO- DAILY TRAINS. On and after MONDAY, NOV. 14, 1B69, regular tralna will leave Dayton for Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. i i K1KST TRAIN Leavea at 10,26a. m., arrlvea at Toledo at ,W p. m.t Detroit B;30 p. in ; conneota at Detroit with the Great Weatern K. H.uf C'auadalor Niagara Kalla, Albany, New York and Uoaton; con neota at aUma at il.OO p. m. with tralna onthe P. Ft. W. tt C R. R. for Fort Wayne and Chicago, arriving at Fort Wayne at l,oop. m., in time to connect with traina on Toledo, Wabaah U Weatern HoatJ for Huntington, Peru and Losanaport, and arriving at Chicago at 9,30 p. xxx. t in time to eouaeut with all evening tralna leaving that city. Thia train alao ooiuiecta at uJiUo witb traina on At. tt. A N. I. at. R. for Adrian and Jacluon, and with traina on the Cleveland and Toledo Rail Road lor Cleveland and BuUHiui alao eounecta at Utonev with traina on 11. 4 I- Road, east and went, and atPlquat'or Columlma. Hiunu -iHAiniivveDaytou atH,lo p.m., con nect at Lima with trainaon P. Ft. W. tt C. R. H.at is aaianignt, ana arrlvea at Chicago at 8.20 a m. making cloae connection with all traina (or the weal and north-weatt aud at Toledo at 4,uo a. m., connect ing witn mi mum in g craina weai anu norm ana with Steam Boat lor t levelund and liullalo. Sleeping Cara are attached to ail ninht tralna he. unco Through Tic k eta for Fort Wayne.Toledo.Detrolt, ChiOAgo, and iisunRu, anu uuiuib vycii anu norin-weai. Aiao Itlatiitrarh Ph t l..,lal ..1. 1. ...I . 1 1 .... .n:.. inte Weat and North-weat. Alao for pja aassaasw(aa asaaaj (ta eioblwu IHtirsIa I for all local pointaou the UclluJontaineand ludi Plttelmrgh, P, iladeluhia and all Uaateru oitiea. and ftimlla R. Hi, can be had hy ealUugoa S. R. KiNO,Tlck- A Kent. Union Deuot.Uaton: or on thaditl. rnt gruii vu tne HUB. fare as low aa by any other route. Be careful and call for Tioketa bv wav of rima. tiThe rateaof Freieht to all Point. Viat r.t- will at all tlaiea be aa lavui abia as vra iiai.ii hu other Companiea. Mo rranal ere between Davton and Chlcairn. ibvnui(t Awieuoor uciroit, Kea only 1 novt M. SHOEMAKER, Sup't. euse GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Clianuc of Time. On and after Monday, Not. U, 1S5D, nntllfur tber notice, trains will runastollowsi Leares Davton Union D.Dotat 10 J5 i.m.uil 4,10 p. M. Arrive at Union at 8,26 a.m. and o,bo p. m. The 4,10 P. M. train leavlna- Davtnn. nakea elna. uu iDEii.a at uuiuu wnn me express train on the wiinuuwiiiie roau, ior UKiianaiMilis, eonneoung on Its arrival with trains fur Lalaetle, Terre Haute, aail all pctiuts west,iiorthand north west. Fortiokots and i'urlher inl'orimitiun. annt.tn a , nr v: r. . . ' rH ' o.uiuei n.n,uig, uenerui iicnot Agent, Unien wepoi,on sireei. . ' ' H. 0. STIMSONjBop't hotH I. N. & W. M. GREEN, DEALERS IU GROCE HIE S, PRODTJCE, PROVISIONS AND OYSTEltS, NO. 316, THIRD ST., ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUP V1 taalr eitv and country friends with any thins and every thing in their line that Is nice aud desirable. Our varied assortment lscomplet, ,snil u muiui' j.uor LUWiSHlhaatlieLO WKbTI" 1. A fine lot of Winter and Full Apples, Just received at I. N. Sc W. H. Greeu s. 2. Fresh liuttcr best quality ulways to , , te bad at I. .W.M. Green's. 3. A lurfce luvoice of fine Cutting Cheese, - at low urloes, at I. N. W. M. Green's. 4. Aloe KresH cider just received and for sale at I. N. W. i, Green's. ' 5. Choice Teas (Green nnd Black) at very ' ' low prices, at I. N. a W.M. Green's. 6. OYHTEU8 Oysters, fresh every day, from Baltimore, and at reduced prices, all. N. W.M. Green's. , . . 7. Choice Family (Jrooeries, selected care fully and warranted fresh at I. N.hW.M. Uieeu'e. 8. Coma with your money and buy cheap Groceries where you oan Lav them de : llvredlree of charge, at 1. W. M.CiKEEN'8, v No.su Third street. 0. BABBRINO. ST, CHARLES Jcflerson t , brtwrcn 2d and 3d, IH BECKEL'S HEW BBILDIHO, DAYTON, O. RESTAURANT AND BAR III MEALS ATiLlT!IorjRSI Rooms ftir Parties alwaia readv. ImiamnMl.. tlons for Transient Boarders. The Bat is furnlsh d with ta best Win aa Uqurs uvis of ed with a his vli: No. A Of The Opal, ' Bton In lie their At A X can up than fca-Lunth To Merchants & Milliners! CINCINNATI SILK HOUSE. w. p.'devou& rockwood, I0, 83 . 1'ial'l Mtfl'l, WHOLESALl. DEALERS IN SILKS, RIBBONS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, Shawls, Cloaks, DKESSTR1MMIGS, UOOP SKIRTS, LAt'E KM liliOlDERIES, WUITE GOODS, U LOVES, AC. rT-GRKATINDUCF.MENTSofferedtoCASHsnd SHOKT-TIMK BUVKhS. W. P. septl DEVOU & EOCKWOOD. DKN PHIfcTER, I Maysvllle, Ky. ( FULTON M. HOW, Cincinnati. WHEELEE CITY TOBACCO For the lnapcction and cale o JLcaf Tobacco PRIVATELY AND AT AUCTION. Pearl street, between Plum and Western Bow, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PHISTER & IIOW, Proprietors. Auction Saleaevery WKDNKSDAY Special atten- tion to PR1 ATE HALLS everyday. Storage Tli roe Months Free! FEES FIXED BY CITY ORDINANCE. J08EPH HOW, JACOB 0. PHI8TER, City Ioapeotor. (Late or Mayavllle, Ky.) I Corieapondlug Clerk. $ fcrj-Bft very careful to addrcia vour Lrtlera and mark your ConaignmentB ' V HI KLER CITY TOBACCO WARliHUUsiK, CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,.. t IIIITASi Fresh Oyste's ffi Cincinnati. At Todd's Oyster House, W HULKS ALE AND HETA1L AGENCY lor the aale of Hatch. Mnnn t. Cn.'a tshpli. and Can Ovatera. Alao. Krt-rh Cove and M.iccd Ovatera.Ao. Mv many fi lends nnd natrcua will tltd choice articlea, and at aa low pilcianB tlioae charged ior luirrior eltewh?re. U atera cooked in Kaatern atyle at our uaual mod erate chargca. FittBa BUTTEH WANTED! Remember, 963 Walnut atrcct, tilth door above Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio. oot29 ROWE, MAIIONY & CO., Fresh Baltimore Oysters, FOR SALK AT NO. 247, WALNUT STREET, Cincinnati. Ha?"All orders promptly attended toll! J. McKAHAH, Agent. oot2S-radw OYSTERS! AT OLD tTAND! No. SO Sixth Ntrccl, CIMCINNATI. AM RECEIVING UAIliY.KOWE.MA A HONVCO.'S celebrated 1'L.A ! L01 OVSTI US, Whloh I amiellins; at unnreccdented lw prices, br or dozen, liealera and Fruiilles wsntutg a large, liesh luster, will plea.e irnil their or Attached to thlsestalilUlinieutis a nice, quiet respeetable saloon, wlieia jou can have Cjsteis cooked In every style, and served up lu a clean and superior manner. Charges less than at any other place, OCt2o-mdiw JOHN NAIRN. FAMILY GROCERIES! N?w Stand Fresh Goods JOHN It. UEUIIAItT, - A Kent NO 83 JEFFERSON' tT., FEW DOORS B0U1B Of TUB 1IAKKET IIOL'HK. Da ton, Ohio, HAS JUST KKCEIVED A PREP II ANI well assortrd stock of fine Family Groceries, every desurlnticn. Thev have all been mirclias- within the t few week., ami wr. hnimhh expreis reference to quality and price He is ErepareU to sell them at as low prices aa they cau afforded: and is resolved that nn tin., .hall store dissatlslled. The following articles com ioe a part of hii stock, N. O. Suiiar Crushed and Pulverised. Refined H;ruis and N. O. Molaases, M AUKEKrSI,, 1,9 and t; White Fish, tod Fish snd Herring iuiuuiuiown augur urtd uauis, A aunnrlnr ..tlrl.. fine supply of Beef and Mutton, Jlaius. locirues, vo., TEAS. all grades, and of the vary best quality. Rrown's Cheese, Several barrels of first rate Vinegar Cider: WOOD AND WILLOW WARE: best quality of Brooms) ( i. aa liiuaouo, oi new lora breads; Rest quality Geruiun and ottior Ciirara. Star and Tallow Candles, 1 lie best ot Aleahannouk Pntjitnea- CORN MEAL, . ,. , Butter, Fkss, Lard, so. lb best duality Of Vuuiilv t rackers: Ground and unground Com e, ilos, Kutniegs, Clnamon, Cloves, act and Crockry VVure, eVo. short every aitlcle usually found In a Family Grocery of the first cliarai ler. rvspectlully makes his bow to tl e citizens of Uaytoa and vicinity, and solicits a liberal ahaie of patronage. noy American1 Eating House. OYSTERS, OH&tcrs.ji& th Ameilcan Saloon, Mala Street. IlACIlhD to this eslablishment is i "lee, quiet snd respectable Salocn. where vou have Oj.ters cooked In even siyle, and served in a clean and superior manner. U ante lass at any other placa. Alio, uam ia season- Meals at all Hoars. .... - H" NICHOLS, t 10 A.M., sverr da. novedim.