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ttO MAIN HTHI.irr, BKTWKK fl MAKKRT AND FOURTH- W. G. ROBINSON, (COCKMOK TO HUBBARD RonlNSOrf,) 18 NOW lvKCElVINc, AT TlflH WFXL- A known stand his FOURTH rirchsse for this ttn,rrom New York, PMIa.iHph.s, HnKlmmoKnd Civtnnri, rt. I nnrtmnt of footU uu.) knt In ft rtrit-oiM Dniit Atnrc. Among th K'rtrnnt m l fminit ft nit In t.n Mn't Krenoh kvtriMiti for the .r..ii.a, K. bupuv't "Kli Mn iiitik,1 II 17 1 n't Krtnf int, (knn'n, H ti Ir'a Hurrlton'i, Wrlht'e, Hrn'i mi othr Prfutnirjj Knt,y Snipa f rrxrjr niy and tpm Ity, tich ft H.i.n', (rlnn'f. Htil'ti; H-nf , lyorr.u Krnflpn aai (;rnjlifr.f'l 4oi Honcln, Krn eiraaaa teVituin ohlhmwn Wiatlaor &,, AO., fco. 4 lull lln of miM l.lnunp. I. fh. hnttl. nr nlnl formedlctnal Ami mechanical purposes, Turns r's i uini wins, and uiackoerry lirandyi superior L- uu wine. iiuuniso Ki,t;io. Ktre quality, suitable for Pateut (nil Common Lamps. OILS, PAINTS, AND VARNISH, Of every possible kind, color anil quality. KKLil I' J A IW, In great variety, nought dlrectlyfrnni the Manil'ac. luwn, foroaih, and can and wilt, thcrelorc, be sold as cheap aa any house In tlili city. HtKIUlAVKS HOLLAND HITTERS, For which I am Bale stent lor thla clly and county. Dealers supplied at the Manofvturcr's prices. patent medicines, Of every kind now In use. HAIKOII.s AND POMADES, 0 Of a thouaand different varieties. WHALE OIL SOAP, For th certain destruction oflusccts on Plaataand Flo vera. Coatar's Rat Estormlnator, Lyon's Mng netio In.eot Powder; Hod liu Kxtorminator, aura thing. BRUSHES. Hair, Teeth, Wall, Whltewaeh, Khoa, Scrub, Dust lug, Osrpet, Window, paint, Varal.lt, Artiat'a fcc, fee, wlthottt aiimlter. WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED OIL, Of the very heat quality, always on hand Glala and Patty, Fluid Lamps sud Lstnpwlrk. Till LET HOODS, fnendlea. varloty, and of best quality. A large tot of Varnish bought recently at forced sale In Now Vora, which I can sell to dealer! at lea. than Cla alnnatl prloee. ALSO, Rohlnion'. Hilr Tonic, co'oifne CouirTi Mixture. 1I- arrhea (iordlal, Horse Liniment, Mnr.e Powder, o.,o., guaranteed to fftveentlre satisUetton Sluan's Condition Powder, Houghton' 1 epnn. HhTalclana')rescrliitlouicarefiilly and accurately j i I conpoiinded. of the best medicines none other shall he ubihI. I To my friende and the public generally I wouM re turn my moatgratoful thanka for the liberal patron age extended to the late (trui of H. h H., and would kindly aoliolt Its contlimaoce, as also an examina tion of my etock bv tboau who hive not hereto fore patronized the house. lam permanently located here, and expect to make friends and oustomera by fair dealing. Children eent to uir store for ninthing will be waited up n and the same price cliaiKod as it their parents came themselves. JUSl' RECEIVED, A lanteaasoetmentof Fruit Jars ol the latest styles, and Sealing Wax. BIRDS AND CAOES. Bird Seed, and, In short, ever) thing belonging atrlctly to my business. jy to w. k. RoniitsoN. TUNNEL COAL! PERRY COUNTY COAL. WARRAMTKD To I1B TUB Cheapest Coal IN OHIO, i i j i ' ,wlll be sold for leaa than any Coal in Dayton. ALL PERSONS HH ALL UK ACCOM, modated with the best t'oal, and nt lower rates Tit an eves op,-Kak:li. They ahnll lie accom modated at their own pricea, iu reason, llou't con tract for coat before calling on me, HirCOME ONE AND ALL-tSa THOS. RCH.KFFKR, No. SS, Main street, or at Herrvt'cuuty Coal Olnee on I'annl, near Gebhart'a Lumber Vard. J. M. Waiters & Bro., AIAMUrAL'XVHCIII OF 11? 1 ill Thelatcststylcol' Phoeton & Straight Bodied Buggies. ALSO, Jenny Llnd and Hockaway Carrlagea, YORK AND SPRING WAGONS, TUB LAKUKST ASSOBTatSNT IS TUB CITY. "UTe have Loavett's Patent Coupling, and r Chapmar-'a antl-Ratllers, (an Improvement eomtng Into extensive use, and Kivlnir natls faollon. We use the best material throuirhout, warranting all our work. And ts to PKICK, can compete with any establi.hnitut ln the City or Si ate, 3l street, I'sistol Canal, -P' (Opposite Pease's .Mill.) lauti i Patrick Ketit, ATTORNEY at LAW. OFFICE IN THE EMPIRE BUILDING Third street. Durtou. O. her and WITT .1.. 11 . , . wilIj make oolleotions and attend tn the i"""i rroiession s-enerally, lu MontKom- , -u . .j, ,,, count lea: uraw and ai kuowl edte deeds and mortgages, aud prepare all uther le- b .cjitas New Furniture Store! Cabinet Makers' F VII Y I TV II jG 1, Chairs, Matresses, Sec. WARE ROOMS ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN 1ST AND 2D. ''0 TAKEN THE STAND KOR- Mcupied by W. (itllesple, we are runnu xluds of Furniture tirst class war we are preptred lo sell at the lowest eal! practical workmen, and weilal ur mors will give lallslacllon loom fork promptly attended lo. New Soaps, , KkOM TUB (lexical Soap Co. ;ILVER BOAP. hnd polUliiag ailrerPIated 1'ln Wares. Also; fur cleaning uinrtiitf, W1IIUOW Blass amountlins.it la iuvslueble. It ..... isouniaiu. noth- I Injur, the llucst plate ur jew- JMICB BOAP. whitening th. hand,. It readily dirt trout the hands, and must Ui. skill suit and duiiouie. .r Ad pouuiue soapa. . ICAL BHAVINO SOAP. ost delightful shaving soap, makla. . Ulh.r, Laving the lace lie. iroin ss, ate. yoeuu. Th. above soap, for sale by 1)K. aTk-WAHT, sol. ag.nt for Dayton. SPERM OIL! of - on 1" J than f J gUITAULK for S,win Macblnj. for .al. Railroad Time Table. Truini nrrive go J depart g follow: .li 1 ah with. " vrsia, - I ft Art a. ln ' I 1,80 ft 111 4th, 10.16 m. 1J..10 B). 1,16 ,ow m. SASUUHKY, DAYXOM. A CINCINNATI lciwaraCI.... El Binduiky Kail, Delawcra Nlht Ex n.tlltftiniaina Ei. 1 00 a U.lt U,0 a llOia i 4 m. t,U a as. 4.00 p m. ,1 p ai- MIOHIUAN UAVTONA I 10 la ia I Sit pm isiiraia, . . Iioiaaral i la a " I 8 14 p lp . DAVTON WK8XKKN,(TolB4iaaar..lla.) 3d . I i ... 6.00 ' 00 a m II, 10 an. I pas I ,40pm. 00 p la I 1.00 a m. (f RKKNVILLB . MIAMI, ft. ladl.n.n.lla. 1 t Train, I I I 1(1.14 am I S.Stan. I 4.10 n ml lua. UAVT0N,XlNineoLUJIBI 8. ll Train, . . I no ,m ajj . M ' I ,1 p m 4 60 p . Time of the POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859. further notice, Malls will clow at Ibis office as follows! For New York, Philadelphia, and New England Staion. daily, except Sunday, at 1115a ra. For Cincinnati, 0 Kattara, Westers, N on hero and ftonthero Slatei, daily, ticevt Sunday, at .00 m.andS.30 p m. For Columbia and Zanesrille, 0., daily eioent finn.l.. -Ill 11- Fir .Xenlaand Vellow PprinKat 11.15 a n. For Miamisburg. (larraanUiwn, Franklin, Ham ilton, Eatoa, O., and ConnariTllle, lud., daily, eic-eiit Hunday, at 5.110 p m. For 8prinicheld, Urhana, TilBn, Sandusky and CloToland, ()., daily, eieept Sunday, at t.60 am. For Riohmond.Cembridire.CentreTilla, Indian apolii, Ind., and New Pane, 0., daily at 9.00 pm. For Ureenville, O., Union City, Wincbe.ter, Muncle.and Jay County, Ind., daily, tlcaptSun dar. at 60 a tn. For Troy, Coirlngton, Ploua, Hidney, Pt. Mary'i and Ft. Wayne, Toledo and Michigan, daily, ex cept Sunday, at 0.50 a m. For I'nion, West Milton, and Little York, Tues day and S iturdny at 7..10 a m. For Johnsvllle.New Lebanon and West Alex andria, on Tuesday and Saturday, at 7.30 a ra. For Clayton, Centre, and Ludlow, on Prl.! of each week, at 9.00 p in. For CentroTille, Lebanon and Eaton, Tuesday, - . .ui B,tiriiay, si I J.VV n, JnT and SaturdaT " F ir Vandaliaand Chambersburg, 12.00, Tuej y anl Saturday. For Taylorsville, Wednesday and Saturday, at 7 30 a m. " POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859. E. A. KING, Postmaster. FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN! Saddlery, UarncsSi&Truiik MANUFACTORY! CRFW & WAHFORD, HECKEL'ri NEW IIUILDIXQ, J efleraou at . .between Second and Third MU OF THE UIU SADDLE, DAYTON, OHIO, A RE NOW BETTEIU'REPAREDTHAN 1 they ever were to manufacture every thins; In the tuddle, HarnosB, Trunk, Voliso, and Curpet line Line. "icy also nave these articles, of the best quality of stock anil workmanship alwaja on hand, and for sale at the lowest cash rates. Horso lllankets, Uuttalo Hobea, Whips. Bits. Brushes, Ac, always lor sale. s y-;iviug socurcil lu addition to their flrst clss lorce, the services ol a workman who has not yet been excelled In the world, and whose r. , . l'",n""m at the "World's fair," they invite gentlemen who desire the Brest work, to call and examine specimens, and order work Ueiu,;prncllcalwornmeii, enKancd lu the business .... aou uaving the best work men nud the best stock to be had, they dcly ooinue titlon, and invite comparlsonof woik. itr.t-aiKini.iOF ALL KINDS, Done In the best manner, and at the lowest ratea lliey invite the people from Olty andoountryto ffivethem a call. jyas-tf ROBERT OODEX, Plumber and Steam Fitter, No. 03 Jkfkrsom btrkkt, ABovBTnuto, DAYTON, OHIO. ITAVINIJ been u resident of this city but , asnort time Mr. O. would taae thieoeaaslonof ,,m ,,, A .core ol letters he re ceive.l Irom scutlemeo lor whom he did work in his former place of residence: , Kout Wavme, Ind., April Both, I8SB. Having had occasion to use the services of a plumber, 1 was introdu. ed to sir Oa-den, a rentle man uho had just arrived In om niu fh. ii. that was tobedoue waa very dlflloult, and required ... ui., sum ui uiecnanism. 1 am happy to add that the worn was perlormed to my cutiie satisfac tion, aud aa a master ol his art, I take pleasure in recommending him to my felluu townsmen. , , , . PH1LO HUMSEY. He would also take the privilege of givlnsj one anions; several recommendations ha has received since his retdeuce here : Mr. OKdeu has done considerable work In the pluiubius; line in my house, which Is very satlsrao VAVO.,AU.I0.,S6. ..H.VOUNU. Pumps, Baths, Water Closets and Wash-Stands, Fixed and Repaired, aud en thr ihortrtt notice ana most rtatonablt itrmt. ara-eouantlty of Lift and Force Pumps, tern Pumps ol everv riearrii.tmn uU,h are warranted not to freeze up in winter. Ilrass Cocks ol all kinds, such as Waeh-stand, Beer, W a ter and Steam Cocks. Together with all kinds ol ituiuvi-i, ui nag nurs, ALSO A lars-ec wen anil (.1st! Mr. o. has just received another larre supply of lpe of all kinds, to which he nartlcuUtlv -in. n... atlentiou of those who desire work ln his line. Ail kinds of Baths made aud repaired. ftairCiisii puid lor ILead and Pewtor.-tes ,iy.-lw t, Opening Every Day! TO THETaDIES! New Fall Goods. ,T R S. N. HOWARD rcneotfullr in. A'X lorms the liulle. that she has received a large MILLINERY GOODS, roil tali, ev wnmi, which she offers to sell at . vm .....n .. . old establishment ' ' NO. 113 MAIN STREET. Where she has Just received a lari e assortment of n Ti i ', " "looous, nouuets, Ac lhanklul lor the ustronair. .0 iii..p.iiu .l.u-.i- toward us, we hupe by strict attention to mailt and receive an increased continuance .1 the same. Alitb. Si. HOW AKO'K, Particular attention paid to Bleaching Tr'muii'ne kepalilng all kinds of Straw, eltet and Silk Bo""' . WHS. li. HOWAKI), octu-amd No. Ill Main it. .... .ne ni. juu roceiveu a larfe aaaortm toret' i vw- Hed Presses, -luwcra, uiouous, Bouuets Heckler, Uemley&Maxton NO. 306 & 30S 3D ST, U AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARQe, stock of Queensware, China Ware, Glass Ware, Plated ware, llrittania Ware, Looking Ulusses, Tablo Muts, Tea Wuitera & Trays, Lamps, all kinds,. " , , , Cutlery, Spoons.&o. Our Stock of Plated f'...lnp. 11. --11 the best oualllyj warranted. Pricea' Iroii SS to n 1. "-".Mr, uin.s ware, as., w. will 10 i i . ' " CIiei'esl. rieaseglv. us a oall Old tlarket ntreel. HrXKLEH, ItKMLhY fc MAXTON. I Violins, Violins, Violins. V. U. CROSUV baa received and will sell a lot of superior toned Violin., cheaper ever oltered In Lay ton, at bu..mw ocu lor iMatu at., m arly opposite the Market. MUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC!!! LV. II. CROSIJY is daily reoeiving Musio of the .test nnhlictlnn. wn...-..- authors. ' " "pvpuin. All order, from abroad will bs nil.d without es tractiarge. Postage free. ! yH4in. etraet, Dayton. TACHINU,TEACHIN01 TEACHISO! V. H. CROSIIY will give lesson, in Pi--A ano. Violin. Pint.. vi,.ii....iin . furnish in .sellout Guitar teacher for thus, who WelliiTlaTTVlVmC.."; ""tiuuieut- NEW BEOINNERS, And with th. aultlvatlon of the voice. ' if Mala St r set, Dsytou,' CRIMSON MARKING INK. lV! ' Latest by Telegraph. CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8. SENATE .Me. Slidell of U,, B0 noe oi me inientioo io introauo a bill ma king approprlatMBi to faoilltata negotiation for tha acquisition of Cuba. Mr. Tohnaoa, bfTenn., (art a timilar ao tic of intention to introduce a homeetead Peroral other notioee were Biten, one for tile contraction of railroad on i'eno., ay enue. The reaolntkia of Mr. Maeon ofVa, same op lor consideration. Mr. Trumbull, of III., reeumed hie re marka, allowing the itnporlaooe of inquiry relative to the enokina of the araenal at Liberty, Mo. The aeiiure of an arsenal reoently is retarded as a matter of so great imnorUnee, yet the President in hit meaeana Barer alluded to the eaiture of the araenal in Mo. A resolution waa adooted in March lH.'if,, calling on the President for all tha information in ths departments relative to the affair. oI Kaneao, yet the report of Cnpl Leonard, had never been sent to the Hen. ate. Mr. Trumbull thought the tentlamen were mistaken ss to the nrincinlcs and views of the Republieaos, and he would en learor to enlighten thein in a calm and candid manner. Mr. Yulee eaid the term Ronublican ha v. ing heeu oowracrated bj the father of his country, a seotiona! party had no right to appropriate it lis would not oall them black, but leave it to themselves to supply '"VT 'T n ,. . . Ml. 'Irumboll ren lied that thav all themselves Republioane beoauae thev advo. cats the principles of Jefferson. If his pur. -k... I ty iad made any departure from tboaa rrin ciples he would oondemn such a departure, ine minora ol the old Republican party were ths parties from whom their principles emanates, t ne rery words in the plat, form to which the Senator from Florida had objected, were wnt'en by the band of Jefler: eon. Mr. Yul a frr M e g r. Ti overnment. run T ...... t i . a . vt.ivf.v wtiva lV w uCSfcCUjr I b.ll-The other narlv call them, selvee Democrat., when their l.gi.lation is all shaped for iutoreets of a slave holding arntooracy, comprising only one out of eii- ty oftheiohabitanteofthe United ytatee aa. Mr. Trumbull underwent a lengthy oroioT examination on the part of Houthern bena' tors. Mr. Johnson, of Tcnn., obtained the floor, but the hour being late, the Senate ad- jouroed till Monday. HOUSE. The proceedings opened with prayer. air. Uuvis, ol Mies., rose to make a speech nucu ruuuiiik; uociaion ocourrea on the pending question, whether it waa rel.col I to make epcecbee as the previous question ha.l ho.n j-j .... rli.o,...r,, w. ni..L. :V .. ,,oia nrcnoiuuuu sua nir, Gilmer's eub.titttte. the Clerk subseauentlr rose tn nut th. question whether it was oompetent for him 11 '1 .... ! '1 . nllulin.. .. C 1 I ., miuui ui uruor ueuaing ine net ion ol Sn..V.. 6 ai i "n r . V, .. I Mr. Millson.of Va , objooted to a citiion vi.u.uu vj u lurujer jjuuae, a subordinate omcer, nrciuing over tins body. Mr. Orow of I'a,. agreed with Mr Mill.im he would not fnvoe .ii.,i r ,k. ""."I law of CWrea. ' no iioinw oi oruer were then m oh drawn. At. n..:. ri: ... fnvio. ui .Hiss., waa in xavne nr a continuation oi harmony, lie beliorod the government wants saving; he was no disua uiunisr, tier , ana Would make an man. "y uiuu iu preserve ine union, but notwithstanding bis devotion to tho Union; there are evils greater than the Union itself. He insisted on a ttrttaobser vance of the Constitution, in order to secure to every section its just equality and rights is was ma aury oi all oonaervativa natriot o men to rally to the support of the Demoora. cy, the only national party, to put down the AuuiiiioD spirit. in alluding to remark. hrntnr,ir. oy iiopuDiivaiis, he said armed men have uccn sent to the South to kill the ie nnn. and deprive them of their property. Could me coutn De patient under these oircu stances, and could they be blamed for tak ing moans lor their defence. W of th. South want peace, let the North stand by I IB flnmxa.t C P .1 ... vvuiu, u uur miners. Pewaru it a ' ...... . a . icow.ru I. traitor aud deserves the gallows. Applause from Southern side. Virginia baa hung on the traitor Urown, and if they get bold of Seward they will hunn hi 111- I fsAllif htnr anrt applause. air. Morris, of Pa., said that nenunvin. . . nr.,ri!. i . ",- " " - - .V...V.., laususnusni position; ne was at hbertv tn vntn on . ....:.... j:--.. I .r.vvu uuDoiiuu. .uuuruiua to i . . .. " I nis sense ol duty to hie countrv. R was opposea to an unnecessary agitation of the subject of slavery, and did not wish to dis. uues u uniees it came before them in a le gitimate manner. This wicked ArlminUfm. tion had countenanced everv ant nf vinl.ni,. 1 r 1 . ., . J - - I uuu iruuu on ine peoplo of Kansas, and brought into Concres. a Ha natitiillnn fpniiH. .... iuiuit u sua, anu wnicn wnnlil nut iitmiil ik. ..r- ! ... I " 1.0 vcobui uy eAuminntion, An oblSUtlun had been nrir.,1 ikil Ml.... man had signed a reoommendation for il. circulation ot Helper's book. Jia Morris! did nut sign it, nor had be read the book. po lar as lie understood it, it was written ... by a native of a Southern Srjita. almost .v. oiusivuiy aaareesea to Southern men, and showing the experience of Southern men as to the value ol slave labor. Ucntlemen magi nify the book and make it a formidable em gine of mischief to the peaoo of this countrv. Had not his friend declared that h. wn against that book, so fur as it contemplated mi luirmgeuieni oi tne constitutional tuhts of the South? Mr. Moore, of Alabama, know there were men in the Aorth as true to the Constitution as those 01 tna bouth, and when it is said mere was in the North no sympathy for John Hrown, it was a libel. The pupers of mo norm were lull ol demonstrations of I sympathy, and some were in mourning for I rown. Jlr. Greeley, a prominent organ of . the Republican party, said in bis paper that ..I misis uuia urown s name will be held iu giory anu Honor. Mr. Corwin suggested that the House lake ths course resorted to when the New Jersey oontested eleotion ease prevented a prouiut nriiiinicni;,.n I..I.- A i T , v S& - ii nas oaen his fortune to witness her. every one ol the criaises to wbinh reremn... tta I , . . . . re i hud been made in tha debar. H. .... k- during the nulliflaatinn tiin... n,i iur,. 11 gentlemen could now summon to their aid the oalm and wisdom which animated gen tlemen in those times, unpleasant feelings would be removed. TAnoU.... 1 n. i.-i heard with infinite pain ropeatad threats that if the Republican party was successful im x resiuenuai eleotion, tho South would be willing to encounter the fatal ooneequem oes of a dissolution of ths Union. The discussion waa oontmued by Messrs. Ptunlou, Cox, Sherman and others. Adjourned without any action. i found- Time for Holding the Democratic Convention. WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. Ths National Exeoutlre DemooralleQ ,n. rention met tbi. erening, at Willurd'a xYu. tel. All the States were repre.en 4 eg. oept Maryland; Georgia, California, i nd Al abama. After a few Interehangos of opin ion, Monday, the 2dd of April was fixed for ths lime of meeting of the Churuuton li, ocratie Convention, for tha nomination of rreaiuent and rice 1 resident A resident committee was appointed to superintend the crintina and nubli nation of documents, etc , consisting of tho Hon. O. I A V.ll.idl.ik. !.. OI.L.V.:' ' 1 --. ..,u, w, wiiiu, v ii air ui an ti on. Messr., C. T. Faulkner of Vs., John Cooh. rane, ofN. Y.. J, A. Logan of III , Wn, Uigler of Pa . Wm. Rarkadals. nf W W A i'aylor of La,, and W. 11. English of Jodi. ana. . , On motion of Mr. Vnnet. of v 1 .i.. Cbairuiao and Secretaries wsrs authoring to procure a suitable ball at Charleston n in f M oasn, Jaat-lvw ailalst! Joha NOV, oi .'imisaion to tn oeliitatai aulf ap. ntad bt tit renular demooratio orftauli. ' of tha partT In tha re.peotlya Htniaa, i to mike an oh afranemtnU a oiay be IwMoh t hold the Coneeetlor. to laaoa tUV. i en oi admieaion to the de liuatsa dul an, I ruilllVU V tione and necessary for the aaaamhlina' and hnl.l,n.f eaid Convention. A resolution wee adontad. with a ele If poesible, to eorreot the telenraphio miaren- .....ii.ouni oonoerning me Intereete of the deinooratit party. The eonuittee then edjnorned sine die. Arrival of the Persia. NEW YORK, Dec. 8. 1 ho Tenia he arrived with Liverpool rlalu oV tka OAsL ..la. The ateamar Nor Scotia arrived out on the 2It"i, and the Argo and Jaeon on the xutn. The Pnrtlnnit aUamar. .Ill r .1. to oall at Ijuoenatowo on their way. Austria ia reported to hare railed i another diffiuulty reeardins tha European Congroes and tha invitations to th. .... were in oberaooe. Lord Cowlev (a van..rt.J t,... i ... thoriied h N . a general and simultaneous disarmament The London journals treat ths idea aa ab eurd. Lord Cowlor waa ho... i don. ' The Ensliah arias will t . I.-- .1 V additional battalion. eoi..i.t . .i..-i now regiments. The Parie Bourse was reported firm at 70f and 20 cent.. The French innrnnl. t, . V i , . ed to encourage the idea of a general disar- mament, Italian affairs are onohanged. . Ths Hardinian Uorernment has is.ued a otrouiar delending iu course regardina the reen f iwJi K ' rnain w. oh. j tracting for store, in England to nrn,al. Ik. .... . . " ' " i the war against Morocco nothing deoiaive has rot ocourrod in Mn- Austri grants a full amnaatv to. all pirators in luliao affaire. ine itombay mail of the 12th of Novem ber, baa been teleemnhnd en l,nrf. ti.. Mnn.l.J 1 .1 . . -'- v . , . q - r " "onaoantD lacks confirm- fteiuili Ths Msnchsslsr e u the m.rk.t f. "j. -i-T'. I"001 al.deacripiion.S ?1 W LirsRp0Ol..-The breadstuff, market ha. been dull einoe Thurtdar Richanlann A Spenoe report the mark.i f .,. H .1 day's decline, and n..,. l .r J AT y-os. I 9a bdlSli A I 3. Red wheat at 9s 8d 10, 2d white 9. 11. ttd. Yellow corn at Sl.aio.ai 35,(0,33. ' Sle32 6J- White I Dec. 8. and Chicago Kailrcad Bdcerton. of Pltthri. nointed Hm,i, r ik. ii.,.u .' 7 - : . . i ...wurn s pi wan. - ' -v Pittsburgh, Dec. 8. "ome.tie oradltor., anpomted a'seouaali0 I tha Piii.k-..k i-'.r w " oequestrator of road. TM. ,i. .. Tir .T. v, l"l nail- . . . . J"1" "J 'he appoint Siiif n "t1'"' " 0hia b the United State, JJistriot Court, upon applloatli States on of certain bond- INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 8. -"S-f wuinn an Irish woman was brntali. 'dad by her husband Patrick Qulnn in this . uuiuidk, Qainn has been arrested. PORTLAND, Dec. 3. . .U.""'"""'P Anglo-Saxon from Liverpool c ."".i. V"""'" Uric.. . TJ,1,te'n"hiPAD5lo-Siixon from Liverpool the 2SX, arrived here this mornioir. her adr nave n.n .niin,i,...j GCO. mil, i'OUHff, CAPITAL STOCK. ' JUSTICE of th, PEa.CE iVD INUrAllY PUBLIC davton, oiiio ' WTLL ATTEND TOTU E COI.I.FfiTfov ! C'.lms In Monts-omerv Countv. h ... If necessary, competent 'counsel Twill sua ia Sha.e. S30 Bach. nMA.TEB PlPETCAL. HOME INSURANCE CO., ui Cincinnati, O. OFFICE NO. 23 WEST THIRD BT - $300,000. TTtrru f , V . Company insures Dwellings, Furni- f.vM. t. , '" Cargo Shipment. ViSSSlSvM- I U DIRECTORS i Wm.T. Phlpps, John D. Park, Chaa. P. Wilstach. SS'JL!... Jo.hua Jones, T. H. C. Allen, """ , JOKim now, . Ftasasa. Br UK- m.youno, Agent at Dayton, H. B. Chaniileb. Survvn. ' " 1 a...i.,.,... ..-'r ' . "i-. v... r.iereuces can Oe.lv.n r.l.tlv. I.H.. haug'iser"d re,l""1,"'" oi this Comply. Eighth Annual Report of the Ashland Mutual Fire Ins. Co ASHLAND OHIO. 1 101,021,01 assots orthe Co. March Sl.t. . . ' btatkmrnt. the Year endlns- March Hh mas An,ountof proiwrty insured, sss,6si,oo RFxiniPTa "Hi. received Prem. notes, (iii.tt: es ' . - 6,9,s "'':e "'"""'i Leases expense, deducted, rrrseui cauirai 10 meet Ins.... ... .. Consisting of mils, rocelvablo premium notes secured by pledge ol real estate, 111,91V 20 Cash on hand s,n Cash due from Agent, s',W,2S 61,M 3S,OS7,8S s,.m;o. e34,ss4S L. Jxrr. Sr.rNOLC, See'y, 10,683,11 tlU,404,i hissH, Pres'l. ARE YOU INSURED? DELAYS ARB DANQEKOUSI Policies sranted unon n.,n.k...-.i ... either oa th. Mutual or Clash plan on the most Uvor,bl " PPiy to. angii t. VhXSM&K. GEO. M.' YOUNG. COHlllliSSiOner Of jDefidS wwmuuui"wul' AJOCUDj FOB THS STATES OP PENNSYLVisNIAfc INDIANA, UATTON. OHIO. vivn 4- ie e ... , uiBMilS ill V HI. 1 1 I M ID 111.. with k. n. several, state, ralatlvo to th. BaaawaBar ua au-au uiaia. aiinvau.a.in. M. 1 1 a... WUvIUMtDV wiiuiue law oi acb tttatst lively Times. AT 38 MAIN 8TUEETP. ADAM LEIJOLD, var.,a ASU UCALII IM CLOTIIHSTG i of k 1 CTAS jiWT HECEIVKI) A LAHOK ND u Varied stOOK of new and ITa.lilnn.kl. nin.1 style WlBt" ,ru.""' "'oh may be BAVri?r.0.T' VR COATS, VKSTS BUS1NKSU COATS,' TRAvi:i.iNn n a n. fifJJll The attention of ki.. 7. "?"?"-?. ... .....r.n . .. :r.r. ".,"?u" n be S.ciirf' ,,oti ""lea can. style , COMB ANT) T O V uni .'"J?::, 40 " f sway call atiso. sb Main .tract. .epts-smw Burroua 8c Butt, 25 h-viviti A -n rax rii . , " - . JL 1 i a m uunas, uoors, Frames ft MouldAntr to 80UTHO' THK 0A1YAI. WATvif ht " i oan AND BUILDERS. Wholesale and Retail JOHN CALLABAMB n.TAna MOilCK is hereby given that the subaori. ..." . ""l,POlued and quallHed th. ad. a or with th. will annexed of the K.t.t. To! Cailahaa, lata of Wontsouiey County, deceai. ainii.a lALLAHAH. 1, IS6S, SWW 1 apt r " Fixat of the Oeasonl The Lanatst sad M0ST PSilRABLI stack ef READY-MADE CLOUTING! AMD Oents' Furnishing Ooods, roa Mr.lI AND BOV8' WEAK, EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CrTTII MAT NOW BE SKBM AT THg Wholeaalo k Retail Clothing Houbo OP CHAMBEELAIJT ft FARCER, Cleggs Bulding No. 314 Third Street. A MO A ehoieo aalaetlon of CLOTIIH8, DOESKINS, CASHI MERES, OF THE LATEST DESIGNS! whleh wilt be made no In tha most tnntnnul ihui and at the shortest nolle. eorrurtner particulars, eall at CUAMSHRLAIN PARKER'S, "S" S14 Third street. NEW WARE ROOMS! Oor. Main and 4th sts. - Plain and Fashionable FURNITURE! , huira.l abli'a. What Not, Bedslendi, wasn ettnit, Hat Itarks, Uureans, Ac. AT REAS NABLE PRICES I WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED, a that I have the nest assortment of Parlor and Chamber Suite tn thla cits, and tnM invii ,n,i tn a aaa for yourselves, and at as low rates as "V:',;1?u;'"-1'l"- R08CD"(0LIdTR ' AK. WALNUT, ' Vl'hol.,.r,(, " rP,wlthrlch, Medallion Centre..- '."hateii. aad Haircloth. Alao, L....rS.'. """n.00!.' """"uLoompieiaattapo'. wnatAot., 01 ,h I"' order. ' . 1 w"u"' 1' ln eoncluslon that they are manufac- tured by myself, and would be uleased to hara vou com. and sc. my ,t0ok of Furniture, whether you aprS 0. P. BOYER, Corner of 4th and Main street. NAIRN'S OYSTER p DEPOT!! NO.BOSTHST., t Opp. the U.S. Hotel, (TODD'S OLD STAND,) CINCINNATI J NAIRN is receiving erery day, por Ex- Pres.. avervflUPKRlnu nu.Titvr.V FRESH OYSTERS, And will eontinue to -imply hii cuatomeri durtnt: loweet mi.ri.et rlM w will tell them by ihm two. blf can Or dozen. Alld si an nnnatnil lii a ..inaeln. W. 11 . S. AYEI1S No. 88 Matnat.,oppealte Court House, DAYTON, OHIO. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in QROCBRTES jn r.. ... , .' . . . """" rJa'" u. '"lles; every variety of Fruits hermetically eouieu in tin nog glass, Preserves, Jellies.Cut sups,Sardins,Oysi ! ters, Salad Oil, Sauces, to. Wood and Willow War. of all varied.. r-kiM ren'.Cab., Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrow., Hocklna . , .prii GREAT REDUCTION But Cash Only! - u.y. OH 10 "0KTY PER CUNT. Of A REDUOs W tion on Parlor Buiu, such as 8 KITE KB, S0FA8 PAKLOK CIIAIR3, Marble and Wooden Tod Tables. Wh.iu. a. under the new arrannmentof CASH ONi.v am not selling at Cincinnati price., but a arreat ., 7 sou nav. only to oall and ice foryourselvei, the truth of my asser tion. I am Agent for LENT'S PATENT SPIRAL SPRINGS, ......,.w.r..,. .uu simplicity eannot be sur. passed. These Spring, ar. sold by th. down, and any on. can put them on to a Slat Bottom Bed I have also Enamelled, Oak and Resswood Imitation Chamber Sets nine plan., to a .t somelhine n.W ft.S thla ma.lr.l .1.. .... 1 ' B I have Bow on hand the larirestand mu.i '. piste K took of One and ordinary f urniture aver uumcu iu iu. s.y von inaraet, M. OHMER. "P'8"' Corner Main and 2d Sts. OEOHGE GILBERT, Importer, and Dealer ln FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC! LiauoRs uecei null Bulldlnn;, JTcflcrson street, Dayton Fine Wines. Brandies, Olns, and Bitters of approved quality. n.rranieaiooaoi the best brands, and offered at prloes a little la advanoe of Importation. Drake & Co.'s Catawba Bitters a uese miter, excel evarv oth in... iri... l T.0Dl,,or ,uP"''or Quality, prepared from the j " .... t ' -i'E , Miu i.oouceueu oy ail who r. tasted a to ba tne heat bar bitters la th. Don't use the old fashion and oft-times Injurious Stoughteu Bltterany longer, but enquire fo? RKOWN ic DRAKE'S CATAWBA, which we pledir. ourselves are pure and healthy. They not only impart th. most delicious flavor to Wine and Llauor. but at th. to.. .u - superior quality and rare merit, without a eath artls Ingredient, and it I. with unbounded confi dence that wereeoininnnii tk.m i. .. . Complaint, Bullous Chollc, Dyspepsia Ague Fever, ' i1 , eb llty. slumish olrculatlon of the u, .,.ciiie, anu exuauated vital enentvi they are aoknowled to have no equal """gys Articles warranted as a,,M .,i . . , , . r. . . anted In .11 cases. 1 Order, solicited and promptly filled, at the very lowest lash rstea. feKOKUK CILBKHT. ' .rii.r.un st., s poors north Beckel'sHall . 01 or -. i ft, a or New in Dental OUce Dayton, Nj.l24, Jefferson street, near the oorner of iii.ii,iii in. reaiuenoe lormerly oooupi. ed by L. F. Claflin Mrs. Goodman. and or 'wjnn suoscrin.r nas mhiavmi hi. im - t , Allan so., O., and nermanentlv located ..aim.' '.KKS iKip..?.?r.SD.S!: of teeth inserted th.t m. k. ..-.I-..-.. ' of tcih Inserted that m.v h. r.ruZi Particular attention ii.lil tn li....i,.,. 1.1. of Patent Porcelain Plate Artificial Teeth. . - ...AiiAsinwA 'ku.u,. Jill .mrifcw ' Read, Read the News. CENT PICTURES !! IN Nil . ac CAN P.B ' ha It AT BALDWIN'SIGALTaKKY uay ram DATK, AND A "P teture for s CKNTS than can b. had at Which Otter " - U L". Ta Per rmt f'h.a.... naa any other G.ilerv. w. k,, uw i- -..-i. - n ), . . ... . . ' . " " iuin.Mtrt.::.,.r. .... --'-' i uiavw raun iruan M .'KxcKLSioiieAid ws sm.i v m .,r as?iwoius on oa si., sign 0I ths Amsri Plag. S. B. BALDWIN, ,-?,ENU.!)R,CALL mil 0. A. spring, it Is sired. lamp soli 3 ?k thank will Store nasi price, raug. from !1S i. power of ail Our motto t. B0VA4 SiudAw T1EKCE beat 8 C Beef, rery nice at I. N. A W. M. GHKKN'S P- W. SHDl, is At A- resumed purpose style, Store. PINCH, the think, sep 1 v ; ANOTHER NEW BOOK I DR. BONAPARTE 8 GREAT WORK. PBIVATK OUIIIS TO HBALTH Hk.rn.naN I1NU ALL thedle.as- V 1 s-iiii.1 vinui OI in. Its J J t j j 1 '. ana l.inale, witu the latest 1 I 1 """'erics In rsprodustlon. Th. I VT V lalictd ahould us. no remedies 1, W, Jiielore Isarniiis. f.om thlsv.luabl. V .'tf ' 'I 3ork th. supsrlorlty of to. .n- f. ittior's Paris aod lAi.uon treatei.nt ol private diseases both msrrled . and sin. Is shuuld sonsu I It. I hls tl. , ; book tails how to sure th. follow- ' lug Diseases, and enllgh tens thos. Who grope Indarkoassi (ioniiorrhiea, Uleet, ehorde., Stricture, PhVBiO' sis, Paraphvmosla, Gravel, ajphllls, Bubo, Harts, Blotches. Sensualism. seminal Weakne... Mm ballon or Heii-aiuise, Leueorrhsaur Mhlt.s, aui- r ini'ii,r.iiiii,v, ,n. nomiM now n prevent Prevent Pre.uaui ,, Mensti .atlim, Bar renness, Hheumatlsm, ac. It treats on Mmwllery, AlHirtlon, MlMsrrla.e, eelebaoy, with remarks tn the youn. and old ol both seaes. It t.li. how to uisiiufuiBii Lire.ur.oc .uu now to .void H,a, Perfect Siteguard against (Quackery. Fortieth .dltlon 100,0011 t opics sold annually. 1 hlabooa s.ut under seal, post paid, to all parts Of the world, on the receipt til 110 cuts, or It v. Quo tes for e I. Or.llonuarte'aUrent Frevesitivc This simple, healthful and, yet eirectualprevent Ivsls beyond a companion with anything yetdia eoyered. It has b.en proved by y.ara ol eaiierleuc, and In no Inatnnc. has it iini whan oordlns; to direction Married people who do not wish tolncrea tlielrfamllles.sliould be In pos.-ss-lonof this Instrument. Plree leUuieiitu SO. I)r Bonaparte'a French Patent Male Kaiel This article enables those whose health or circumstan ce of. not permit an lncreaaeui tnmily, to regulate or limit the niimberoi their iiii.i,rn,tf uiiik.T. - Jurlns; thecoustltutlon. It Is the ouli ssleand sure preventive a.aln.t prenMaucy and diaease. The above article Is sueelnllv lnu-i,.l..i i..i,..i , i. .. slderatuui; it l.p.rleolly sale! no melallc substance enters Into lis oomposltlun. The prle. of the French t'stent Male . Lis, ou. dollar the sins, a one. four dollars per hall dujeu. .mi ...i..-... . J doMn . . Madame Losler'a Female Monthly Pills Is a safe and reliable remedy for suppressions aud all lemale diseases. Ladles should am us. them during uiesc nancy, as they will produce miscarriage. I'lice.oiie dollar per box extra tine nvedollare. Sent lo in, address by mail, p,t Iree. No letter, will be an. Itarnp """".'a reouttauceor apoatsge AiiordersaddressedtoDr. E. Bosapaute, No. 183. Syoamoro street, between Filth and fixth streets! Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually atleuded to Dr. B. oanlH.oonsu.ted upon all secret diseases. He la unquestionably acknuwlcihted to be I he eham- plOU aud klUB- Ol Venere.l nl...... i. slolarj in the Union who haa traeel.don thecuntin entol Kurope, aud the only Doctor who haa vlsiled their celebrated Hospital., as well as their roedioal Institutions, and receiving their monthly reports, oners to all tuose who desire to consult a prolesslun. ai iraon,the reeultol lorty yeaia experience In the Hospitals ol hur..,s and America Coulldeullalcou. sulfation dally, irom a. at. uulll lu r. si . NE V TR E A TM K NT. F li 1 V A T E AND CoNFIUENTIAI, MEDICAL ADVICE ! 1 AT the Buffalo Private Hospital Estab lished lor the cure ol Sj phllls, Seminal Weak ue.s and the Secret milium,, sol Vouthaud Watu ritybyDa. AMOS fc HON. trnii.i., ai v ooruer ot Alalu aud Cluaj alreets, (up stairs.) ' siuor BOllin lino INVKMTIoN. An Instrument for th. eur. nr ..i. n-,..!,... Nocturual bmlisluus, more properly known as iem. luai Weakness. etc. Can tm n.rn. ......... . from tllteen daya to two nionlns, by the use ol this instrument, when used ooiyolutly with medicines VOUNU MEN TAKK PAKTltllll.AU N,ir,ou rr,D.r;AMdS "0fl P'e.ure ln announcing tTiat they have invented a most Important lustru" ment for the cure ol the above in....:.. i.i.--,... subjected to a test by th.uiosteminout jihyelciaiisin Loudon, Paris, Philadelphia and Jiew i orki it hi, been deolared the onlv usetul linitroi,.u.. u,i.Li. .!:- ever yet been invented, lor the cure of Seminal v, uirano ui n8 u-euttnl uncans caused by theseorethabitaof youth. Price Ten Do" A CURB WARRANTED nr. A .11 J.i and SUM have ilevm...! ii,.i. r , . , . peculiar class ol maladlea, am the relief thet havecoUKeouetirlu l. .1,1. .lu. in. i. r..i . . .. . . "w .uieu, fully ackuowledS bv comvh .:"Vn.,r.U..r,'',! otheis dally arriving In towu, Horn all pans of the ...v..),lr..j,u,jIUie only oi colisulta ons, while thelrexertious havebeeu crowned with the most signal advautagesi yet .rom what they ve experienced In enquiring Into the causes ol these lulectlous complaints , ( li om their most simple condition to that ol the most daugeroua aud luvltt erate,)they havealwajseutortamed the possibility their prevention and removal, aud likewise in ......, ,u,,, iiorriuieaiidmalignaul forms ol disease could almost invariably be traced the llleilecls ol uusallllul or Improiier'reStment inereiore Ui A.MOS and SOM have succeeded in in - iwnuu ui ineir remedies. sale, elluotual and oautlous coursej omitting a u. reui.uies wuicn bear au equivocal . ' ,7 ., niioseprematureur lujU' diolous application might be productive ol bad con. sequences lu tho hand, ol nriv.i ,,..u..i.i. shuit, the laudable eud ol their remedies Is the less, euiugol a great mass ol human mlserv ov th. .o.J. latiou,reuel and lireventlnn ni iii. ...i e Blotlons that are lu reality the secret l ol life, aud which, while they so extensively surround us call aloi d lor our sum nn. i i ,.iu, i.. .. . -7. . UB f11 minitlon. COUNTRY INVALIDd, PeifODiln aa; D&rt of the. a,n(.i.. I iu -a.TA..i i. f,:.. . . " " ..j UK "ucceii' ;wrthth.YH......."i hei, o.::.hr-A, W0N. "-r'M.t- and , , a . JftU7-ilaial u t s WHEELEK'ic AV JLSOiV, f-: k- -m t'J I'll. SW i Iff'- .' ' T" ...... ft -: ; Scwinc Machines. HUSTON BUILDING, Corner of Thlirl .nt .r.er...nn DAVTON, ... OHIO WE offer the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, with lniiinrt.n i. ...i. . reduction of a-26nu Iihitmi. ...i demand for. a Gotm, low-priced Famllv Machine. itroducd a .NKW ST'YLk, working upon the 1 1 1 1 . il uu ma. lug the same stitch, though FIFTY.F1VE DOr.I.AHBI The elegance, speed, nolselessnessand simplicity the Machlte.the beauty and strength ol Bitten, TP uu i n units, impossible to ravel leaving no chain or ridae on the under .i,le. ti.J of thread, and adantaliilitu In ti. iki....i thlnne'st fabrlca, haa rendered this the most sua. economy t oessful and popular Sewing M acblne now made. AtourvarlouaoWces, We ,ell at New Vork pri ces, and give Instruction, free ol charge, to enable purchasers tosew on.lnary seams, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind and tuck, all on the same Machine, an J warrant It for three years. f6k a ClRCULAR.contalnin. particular., prices, teatimoiiials. etc jlaalS VV. SUftlNtR a CO. MORRILL'S SELF-HEATING Smoothing Iron. F. MORR ILL Patentee, Boston. THIS IRON IS HEATED WITH ANAL. OOllOl LaiUII. Which la .tt.nk.rf An 1 u.1.1. . which can be put on and taken oft with p.easure. If takes but lb minutes to put the Iron In readiness for work, and it will remain ao aa long as reouired. The heat m.v k. ...... i-i..i Ti- The Irons areof the usual weights, and the Is no Incumbrance, aud It Is warr.uted uot to the clothes. The heating fluid will costabout cents per huur. Self-healing Iron Is eertalnlv on. nr n. TT. "ie age, aim ine ladles will the Inventor lor his nalll ln saving them a roasting over sstovei and those who buy the fuel look upon him as a ben-faotorof the pocket ...... u.vw,iiiua irons may oe had at the shoe of L. BUViNUKH, Third street, near the i"".1?1'."'!" residsuce of the Agent, es a uiru street. W. O. C HUTCH FIKLn, lept. ' Agent lor Moutguuiery Cuunty. r B. work, nil YY ally supply sei KOK In m M POK OPENING OF NEW DAGUEEREOTYPE ft PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, (BliPTEJIUEU 6TH.) tha Gallery of Art, 264. 3rd Street, EAST tip THK POST OFFiCB. KUHiSClUUEIt HESPECTEULLY informs his iricndsund patrons, that h. ha. bis eld business of Dageurreotypmg In oonoeetlen wlih his Oiill.ry ol Painting, lor wuieh he has (it led up rooms ln the moat elegant over his Picture Prams and Looking ulass Having secured the services of Mr. 0. D. who has the reputation of being one of Host .klllull Photouratihlkta In ).. W...I k. lis cannot fail to render the most entire satisiuouun wall who want a f Allhfulllksueis. i'ioture Frames or every ditcrlption, and Look ing Olaise. of all sites, always ea hand, or made 6. if. T. W. CRIDLAND. Fresh Oysters. ,liK81'QUALU'yOFOY8T15K8 1 V , w".' b' rved "P 'a .oy style ds jZjr "Ited, at any time of day or Bight, and at .hurt notice, at the BANK EXCHANGE. Jefveon Street, Juat be'ow Beoond. ivnn aopp a co. R1 oth AV season. be had U-Ashedoeehlsown rely on UailCe alii A octs jj.ODKY GODKif BOOTS, SI )ES. fSC, dC. NEW WORK, at tlio OLD STAISD Aa. SI, Jrllcraou fclrvct, "It Is now ..tiled that thr LAiTiyo hesllhof AWL aisn, woman and children, depends on the condition Tl to DAVID SCHREIAK WOLLH KPPEcirLl.Ll tMY- the eltlirnt ol Dnvtun snd auttuuiiiltna enntn try, tli t hii ls)riiir otiO bunimrr Iim k 1 ut-w eom- tlrtf. constating ui nil kltitia ol LailM a'. IWUra',.to. hilOrfii'i ihuti. Khofe, l.mtt ia, Ac. Hh hrta or wMhotst, Alao lai-sr naaurf itunt of Meiii', lloji', nt tuutln bosita, laniivia, aiit. usmrt. iui, Hnvtnj purohaafd hta a lor It U(;ht Irutn the facto rtra for eaiti, rnilra tit in to ar iia iijt',or cheap er ihfku any othrr tioukt- In tt.ia ni ) . He ftleo ha a Inr ui'p.y ol Mrm' Pats.nt I.enth r Bout, Oniter unit Uxiuio lie lopa,wliah tie will raakf to ortier to lit tliv loot. He koiaoonaUntlviiiit.fd thr t-rtt woiltmtn, nil la irrpareu toitoail kluUs ol Cuati m VVoik on hoi t notice, All rlia repAlrml free of charpc. Heftakaa liheml atmie ol puhllo pAtrotiMa;, nnil reelaoootlilriit that he can p.rnt all Khuordri work, Heinniler theulil snil raanrllu nlana hi IH..P..,e. tie-1, briow the in hi k ft, auiao SMITH k WESSON'S. mi iv " PATENT REVOLVER! . rna lai r at IAKGD0MS HARDWARE ST0SE. NO. 78, MAIM hTKKh.T. ' THIS Pistol is the lightest one in the world that hat rorce. Weight only Ten Ouniea, Is loaded quli ker than other Pistols ale eel l ed Is sure tire under all oircunistakces. No n,..,.., i. caused to the Arm or Ammunition hy allowlns It to remain loaded any length ol time. It is so sim ple In Its eonstrucilon that It 1. nut liable to set outol order. B It In Ferfot lly Snto to l urry! The cylinder holds seven lint. 1-.. -.1 niyT THE. One Uorsc shoeing shop, few doors Knst of the Post Okficb DAYTOW n ' THE Subscriber is now better preparct'. tl.'pu'oMc, 'l'.' ?;."0,un,0'"" W cus.ome,.,,.,! . ,orc-!,''l"K 1.'m.Iiis, In Its various lir.n.k.. li--.,-....- .. win i,. .,, . " . iniiieiiiar .TTenrinn ... t S'n IO "'I lame horses, such ss llthoots,andhoor.,ud,ndc, ri .ln thi"r Ice" will be cured s.tli.,tory to the owner of such hor ' no. '"") will berenuided. ..nJi 0--"ur,,! ""t IkieiiLic Hill he .hod to pre. vent it, and w.rrant. o, , ,,,. relnnded. V l,.V. J''iV'''Vl '"I ' ili'teml all work entruttd his care. T hank lul lor past favors, he resctlul ly asks a continuance ol the natron... .. i.iiT.i .." ' -iccomuioilate . many tomera, aud will be hum,, Nkw ones as may l.voi J.i apra-dawly o L . ' . to IRQ .kj sw CfiM n sl O f 5 B S t B r S NATHAN SIFFKRMAN. ai s, i n c - .B tX!et 1 6 tsfff it S . W H K ,3 9 c h i- . S.-B - c e e o a c c-H S.tK 5a 15 e A S x c a o fell! GK0CKIES-S1IIIK0 STOCK BIMM & BRO., IIIiAt r -mi- UAMJV, TTAVK JUST KKCKIVKD TUE1H -. spring stoca, embracing lu part lou Dags Prime Klo tutiSe. S uu Java and Mocha. ... n...."1 ",ock alius of Sugar. 60,000 pounds extia s. c. Ilan.s. 40,000 do do Shouldeis. su.ouu do do sides lO.uoo lbs. extra S. C. Lned lleef. 100 bush. choice While Beans. iS!! ii""! "."' "J '"" Tobacco. 160 chest. and cad.lle. assoi ttd Teas. ISO boxe. hc.lUt, man soap. !i6 do Pure Corn snuoh. vrfSS do Salaralua. uv do boda. su,oi.u line Clgara. 76 sacks Dried Peaches and Annies. ''g lt Presh White Fl.h, pick,. ss, Coilhsh and Mackerel. ricser.l, IlKl hlns. No. 1 Family Flour. Shad, nih'is .New Arrangement! r,,ll? MAVS lOOTS AND biloLt) CLbTOM MALii U00TH AND SHOES Of KVLUY BTTLE, OF JiVLIty bl'VLE, flli t IF l. U ir i rsiw.w ..' JfADJ IN THE BEST MAllti?,1 MALU IN TDK lkk'c AiAvtfS' UADK IN TH hi lilihT UAMiJtH,' "wurui TO ORDER. PK0WP1LY TO OKLKK WARRANTED 10 PLkAbE, VVArtKAN-l kn in m.ntu' WAKKANlhD 10 PLLAhE ai tne Lustom Work Shop of B, N. DAVIS, No. 79, Jefferson street. 1 A l"l' k.r x " L&tr ?."?' of i'r"r? ". to mauuikciunnghom?".0,!. which he will eet m, ........ i..w.t. nuu ue aieai liiinoi, i...n. i.- edtoserv.. s.uiui jiieai. lue to suit lua Invites ladles and nnil..,.. a i. . . n"'y:ki;:.ii!r'V'TMV.uo,r; ssti ' be plcasid. FRESH Baltimore Oysters. X. take great plcasuro iu culling the at- to our extra brnnils o luTii LaLt'i?' io 'lT OYSTF.HS Hccelvcd Dily I y t k mi.. A l L , K prompt., lllled at Line., nn'lViu'c, A u. ' ." "'i, ot Cove and, -plccdOjs.Vis. ' ,U" i). a- ii' .miff r Phillip. House, cor. Main and Third s'nieis. SUMMEU GOODS, go to llKEENE'SI A'cut and Jlcavtiful Stylet of H i C assimeres, Vestings, 3 a. rCEHIS ElliO GCC1B! NEW STYLES OF SIIIRTSIU VI which to keep cool during the "Heated BREENES, PS Mo. 1, Ualn street, Dayton. PI BUMMEH OOODS, go to UKEENE'hl Fresh Meat Every Day. GEOItUU I'ltDSTOlV, Daily Meat and Provision iiIAliJlAll2iU, ttreet, VTi vent of llrvwn ttrett, DAYTON, O., IEEI'S oonstiintly on bund Fre.h Meats of every.lnd. Butter. FgKs, and Vegetables, In Produce ol all descriptions obtainable can at his store. butchering, ti e Public cm on piocuilna Fresh eat inin,,,..,..!,. rlngtheweek. Hcdeslres the people lo know thst AloMOAy morning the, car picture meat aloiu hi- b.adr,!::,;,,!!Xr,,"'u' ''" ""'w.... 'Jfhuulkful lor uaat narrnriaar h anliMt. a a...nin- Of IiubltC IttVul . tl. teillillinl tn .l. aarv. It iifnueniLei 6Uiatret,.tioorn tium JJiuwustifet. Scroti ft- Fltt tit Buggies ; Carriages WsW.PniLLlPS'OLDSTAKD! at. bet. J iilt'i eon A ht. 1 lulr. LAUGE lot of sectiud hand Buggie. aud n.."1'' ,ur "le vel low price, lor cash, lor Hoptciuber. for August. " ivie F1KlfTNo- 1 Wui'e fish, Trout, ilacaerol 0oUll.b, at 1. N. fc VI, at. OKkLM'S D. P. B. SHVLL. n r sHm i.