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Dayton Daily Empire.
1Ttdr ETeninf, Dao. 10, 18,59. ML.... .,M Bt Jl l-m 17" Beading M attar an Keery Paire.xi BV.For Loads, Telegraph, and pther matters of Interest aal Information, ice Pint and Fourth Faces. Telegraph Summary. A piano-fort manufactory waa barned la New York yeelerday. Lose $143,001) j insurx toe 60,0OO. , Tke Hmm Rochester wss sank yesterday, by elriklnp a snsg.on the Ohio, a lew miles below If edieoa, U. FaawnRera and crew vera iiftj ; the freight will be tonally tost lot about $85,000. An expreae arrired at Leavenworth, Kn from Pike's Pesk, yesterday morning. A dis patch from Leavenworth, last niht, eaya that $3000 io duit wen brought, besides a large nail. The severe winter weather had aet io, and the mines were abandoed Heavy snow atorma had occurred on the plaioa. A hard winter la apprehended, and tha minera hare gone Into the beat quarters the; can find. A diipatch from Leavenworth last night claime the election of the Republican State ticket bjr an average majority of 3,000. Haider man, tha Densoernlio Representative for Cons frees ia ahead, aa far as heard from, and his election ia probable. Virgioiue Leonard, eon of the editor of the Norfolk, Vs., Argus, was murdered in a holrl in that city laat night. Two men hare been arreated on suspicion. The particulars are not given. In Boston, yesterday, the jury in the Cfwo of Cochrane va. Perry, for the adduction of the former's wife, haa awarded him $3,000 damages. Mr. Cochrane has transferred the amount to the home for tha fallen. Mrs. Fernando Wood, wife of the Mayor elect of New Toik, died in that city yesterday, Theodore Sedgwick, U. 8. District Attorney for New York, died io Sto. kbridge, Mans., Thursday night. lion. Mr. Preston, U. S. Minister to Spain, and Baron Rothschild, were among the passen gera by the Peraia, which arrived at New York yesterday. Tha New York canals will all be closed, by order of the Commissioners, cn Monday next, 13th insU Charleston Convention—The Nominee The time, for holding the National Dera oc ratio Convention hue been let for the 23d day of April, I860. Ihe time will soon be here. Now that the politioiana have a date to play on, we expect tbo mention of April 23d to far exceed that of July 4th, with Christmas and New Years thrown in if we may except, in this prediction, Young America, who don't mix in politics, end who could hnrdly be made to unden stand what politicians aro making such a racket about. We are pleased that the time baa been named for an early day in 1360. The Con vention will come off before the sickly sea on arrives, which will be greatly to the advantage of delegates from the north, who i. . ,t ever return, should they visit the - i! .ter in the year. Then again, it will ' i. r that the strife between aspirants lui a .ijidential honors bo Bettled at the first possible moment. While the nomina tion is an "open question," imprudent and intemperate men will continue to create misobief in our ranks. They are prone to this as the sparks are to fly upward. The settlement of the question at Charleston will have the effect of taking from them an occu. pution whioh is at present a thorn in tho aide of the party. If we may credit the editor of the Cincinr nati Commercial, who is at present "a Gip sying" "about the Capitol at Washington, Judge Douglas has no chunco whatever for the nomination at Charleston. On the other band, "Cleveland," the Washington corresi pondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer, a gen tleman who haa every possible facility for ascertaining the feeling among the Democ racy at that point, says Douglaa is daily g lining in f ivor with all classes of Demo crat. The secret to the Commercial cor respondent's prediction may be discovered in the faot that Judge Douglas is the last man the Black Republicans desire to have the nomination at Charleston; and the wish is not only father to the thought, but to its expression. At present the fact cannot be disguised that Douglas is the man indicated by a largo majority of the Democrats in every part of the Union for the Presidential nominatian. The opposition to him is daily growing less, while the feeling in his favor is swelling with each hour. So great is this foeling, and so much is believed to dopend on the Little Cfiant, that bia death would be considered a publio calamity; and it is doubtful whether another man could be found in our ranks who could fill the same space in the heart of the American people. On the 23d of next April, then, the Demooraov will meet at Charleston, and the vexed question of who shall be our Nation al standard-bearer will soon thereafter be ettled. Aa the interim ia short, let us devote it to preparation to do battle for the nominee, whoever he may be. Helfer Disposed of. Senator Briggs, of North Carolina, thus disposed of Mr. Heifer, author of the "lm pending Crises," in his place in the Senate, last winter. The Republicans have rather a poor apeoimen for the author of a "truth' ful work," whioh they recommend to the people north and south, whose object la to involve the South in servile war. Mr. Briggs said iinton Kowan Heir fer, the author of the "Impending Crii sis," ia a native of Davie county, N. C. His first vppeeranoe in active life waa aa a olerk of Miohael Brown, a merchant in Salisbury, North Carolina. Mr. Brown ia an elder in the Presbyterian Cburoh; and after Heifer removed to Salisbury he also joined the Preebyterian Charon, and, so far as was publioly known, conducted himself with pro priety. After living with Mr. Brown several years aa a clerk, it was understood at Salisbury that he formed a copartnership . with Mr. Coffman, io the book business, and left for the North to lay in a stock of books, lie did not return, aa waa expeoted, but shortly thereafter left for California, and then, or shortly after his return, wrote a book called, "Land of Gold." lie returned to Salisbury about 1864 without any apparent business. In the aummor of 1850 aa ia reported, and believed, be procured surety fur, and ob tained money. Ue however, about that time, left for the North, where be now re aidea, never having sinoe returned to North Carolina. , After leaving North Carolina be bwiged hie name from Heifer to ielper; and it was disoloeed laat year that while a eierk for Mr. Brown, he purloined from him (300. and after aa exposure from Mr. 'Brown, Heifer, making a merit of neoeaaity, hinueif publioly ooofeaaea, ia a handbill whioh I have before me, the theiving on his part, and excuse it on the ground that he was enticed to the aet by tome ambiguous expression of a friend of his that it was al lowed for olerka to to do; and the farther louse thbt it was an indiaoretion of youth, although at the time be was In full standing la the Cburoh, end as be eaya hiroeelf.wee seventeen years of age. It 1 da to the Presbyterian Chnroh to aay that this man ia not now a member of that Cburoh. . Now, air, whan and why he altered hi name I knew not, exeept he deloe Helper on who help himself from the par of others without their consent; and therefore concluded the change of nam appropriate to hi character. He is a diehnneat, degras ded and diagraeed man, and although much to be regretted a native of tha Htata, yet be i an apostate (on, ruined in fortune and character, and oatering to diaeased appe tite at the North to obtain a miserable Jiv. ing, by slanders upon the land of hi birth ; and 1 duly regret that the Henetor front Massachusetts baa, by a reference so digni fied the creature as to render necessary thia exposure. Such I Mr. Helper of North Carolina, aias Mr. Uelfer one of North Carolina, but who haa left th land of hi birth for th good of the State, THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female PIIU, Vttptrti from a reeeriafura Sir J. Claris Pay H. ton Vxreerdlnari it tin Quwa. This Invaluable medlclnele unfailing In the sure e all those painful and dangerous dlaeaaee to which thefemaleconstltutlon Is subject, It mederateaall excesses and removes all obstruction a, anda speed cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES It la peculiarly suited. It will, In a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Kaon bottle, prlca One Dollar, beara the Govern- ment stamp of Great Britain, to prevent oouaterfelt. CAUTION. These Pii.ls should hot as vase AvrEMALEs ouaiNO the FIRST THREE MONTHS or Paie- AS( T, AS THET ARE SVSE TO BaiHO OR Mill AS BIAOS, BUT ATANV OTHKB TIME THET ABE SAVE. In all oawee of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the Baca and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex ertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hyeterlce and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure whan all other means have failed; and although a powerful remedy , do not oontain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the constitution. Full directions In the pamphlet around eaeh pack et, whlob should he oaietully preserved. Sole agent for the Unltedstatee and Canada, JOB MONKS, (Late I. C. Baldwin Co.,) Rochester, New-Tors. M. B. 1.00 and six postage stamps aacloaedto any authorised Agent, will Insure a bottle, oontain. Ing SO pills, by mall. Sold In Dayton by W. W. 8TKWART, and WALTERS KELSO, my 14 Ia I Field-Ready j Fight! OLD STAND! FRESH GOODS! J. A. M I NICK, CORNER OF JEFFERSON Sc MARKET, DAYTON, OHIO, HAVING MADF. IMPORTANT IMPROVE ME NTS In his store rooms, and replenished his already Urge stock, with heary additions of Fresh Goods, he Is prepared to supply the community better than ever with every thing needed In the Grocery and Produce line. He can and will furnish every thing In the trade, of th best quality, at the lowest cash prices. His stork In part comprises BUOAR8 AND MOLASSES. 30 Hhda. Prime an t choice. N. O. Nuarar. 10 B!b. Cruxhed Sugar, choice XX. 10 Powdered ' extra " 10 " Granulated Suffer, very cond. 10 " Hetlned coffee sugar aehoice article, and a treat favorite. 10 Bbls. s X Golden Syrup, drippings from Loaf Sugar, and a choice article, in Bbbl. Golden Myrup, extra nice. 10 ' Sugar House Syrup. 20 " N. O. Molasses new crop. COFFEES. 50 Sacks Rio Cotres No. 1 extrr. 10 Java " extra. 10 " Xantus" a new article. Kvery kind and quality of Teas that are desired. MISCELLANEOUS Raisins, Figs, f'urrants, Dried Peaches, Apples, Tobacco, Cigars, Wood and Willow Ware, queens ware, Crockery, 4c, fcc, and a large variety too numerous to mention. Feeling trulv grateful for the very liberal patron age he has received from the eltlsens of Dayton and surrounding country, he desires to have them con tinue, feeiiug sura that he can now better than ever heretofore, please the public. He desires the people to oall before purchasing elsewhere, as he oders superior Inducemsuta. nov3U-lyd Maasilon !1 ,- acn" I a n fnnl Massilon COALI inuaouuii VUdl. COALI I'HE MASSILON GOAL COMPANY HAVE . made their arrangementa for supplying theoitl tcna of Dayton with their SCREENED GRATE COAL ! ! ! The Massilon Coal Co. claim for their Coal a su periority over any other coal sent here on account of its having less ashes and cinder than any other bituminous coal yet discovered, and being unusally clean and ooarse. Orders may be left at 1. W. Dietrich's Drugstore, Rogers a Fowler's, Achey'a.or at J. K. Cebhart's. UEO. MoCAIN, Agent. Refer to K. W. Pavlea, Esq., Junes Perrlne, 1. W. Dietrich, 1. H. Hubble, U. . Baker. novao-dlm Labor Saving for Ladle. THK auhaarther has received again a clothes man le: of whlah he can have mi ma,l tn der. This mangle will save agreat deal of work on a washing day, as not only can olotl ea be wrung iiuioiter and easier than by hand, but all except tine ciottiesoan be mangled through rollers by merely turning a cran, which wtll make them smooth enough, and saves a great deal of Ironing. I have tried one oo the same prtnolple for the laat ten yeara and all who have one, would not uo without It Also, patent springe for curtains and valanoea, by which eitherof them can be fastened better than by the old way; the mangle can be triad by anyone wishing to purchase. CHARLES POST, novl7-daw East Id St., 4 doors from Main at. Winter la Beta. rPOkeop bands and feet warm, the ub X acriber has for sale a good assortment of home made socks. Also, real ribbed bhakeraooks, bucE skin, dog-sktn and woolen mittens and gloves for menandbojs. CHARLKS POST, novl7-daw East 3d at., i doors from Main. 20 do. Shaker Brooma Just reoeived, a well aa hand brooms, and for sale by CHARLES POST, novlLdaw East ad at., 4 doors from Main. JOHN A. McMAHON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON, O. aUaTOffjoe on Third strevt, between Min nd Jetferioa, oo Uoor of the Methodut Church, novM-sm JOHN TJ. KEEIDLER, JYotary I'ublic. OFFICE: CENTRAL INS. OFFICE, Mayor's Booms, Ho. TO, East 61 of d Main, between Second and Third. HAV ING received the appointment of No. tary Publlo In and for th county of Mont gomery. Ohio, the underlsgned takes this method to Inform nls friends and the uubllo generally, that be is now prepared to oo an sue nusiueae pertaining to Bald utnoe that may be eutrusted to hlia correct ly and ou the auorteat notice. novlS-tf JOHN U. KBEIDLEH. J. F. BOYER, K. Sl, Second Street South Hide, MANOFACTURKR AND DEALER IN TIN, COPPER & SHEET IliON Work of Bwery Kind. Copper, Brass, Enamelled and Sugar Kettles. METALLIC ROOFING, SP0UT1IO, GUTTERING, AND JOBBING OF VEit Y DESCRIPTION DONE .PROMPTLY. CTOU CoffttHw mmd fitcltr wmnltlxt MTAU Work Warranted. No. 284, 3d at., South aid. aov-ntf To the Trade. E, the undersigned. Brewers of Dayton, of October, lea, we will sell Beer for CASH aaJ We have to pay each for our material, and eannot aHOrd to do a credit business. HKNRY rKRNKDlNO, JOSEPH acHWlND, . C.4 A-acwWlND, I. J.STHaUB, AUG. BKbUUHBB. sapMl-Sw (Journal eopj.) I OHAO. 23. CLARKE, HEAL ESTATE GENERAL AGENT. WILL bay and tell on Comra.M.on R? Ewt.t of All klndt, Bm1i, I And Warranto, Not, Mortf rvi. t. nli tolltatlona an4 fiffo tlal loana. will locate Land Warrant a. Intur froyrty a Miwuhtt ntaa la fMMti pMfMiri omenta, aad do a faaaaal vf encyaadeeiamLaalea. builnaee. aLlrno ehtrf vnwea ui U aada Offlot with T. J. S. ft id 1th, Beq., C1ffVi BuUtling , Thlidiinfei' FOR TRADE, SKVIRAL HOUSES AND LOTS AND SMALL f ARMS, FOR part moner and part wild land, or Railroad bonds. f'HAa. n, CLARKE, aova Cleff's Bui ldli, ad strset. For Sale Cheap, rpiIB Hesidence of E. Anson More, on A eond street, near Perry, la offered at a bar fain. If application la saade soon. Tata Is one of the most desirable plaeea In the elty. The house Is large, and rurnlehed with every eonventeac. inquire of CHAD. E. CLARKE Heal Kitate Agent, a o v so Cleat's Buildin,dst. Wanted, AN Improved Farm, for whioh good Cin cinnati property, na Raeeaad Betta streets will be exohaof ed. Inqulrs, of CHAD. E. CLARKE, nay Real Katate A(ent,Sd street. Graduated Landa. THK undersigned I prepared to ohtain Patents for all persons hnldln( duplleatea foi Oraluald Lands, on whi.h Faleats have not been received. The reeent statement of th Department thatall entries on which patents are not delivered will he eaneelled, renders it of theutniost Iniorlauee that parties should secure their titles hy obtaining: pal ants, or they will inevitably lose their land. Parlli a leaving their duplleatea with nia for that fiurpose, will be charged nothing unless I suooeed n obtaining their pateote. octe CHAS. E. CLARKE. Arrnt. FOR SALE t A HANDSOME HhKIUKNCE, on mile west of Dayton, en the ridge overlooking the the city, with upwards of fur acres of land. The ground is well stocked with bearing fruit trees, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, Ac, and rlenty of shrubbery. House two-story, eight rooms, n good condition, large oellar, and outbuildings An attractive place. Terme reasonable. CHAS. E. CLARKE, !''" Cjeggs Building, Sd street. 21 Dollars an Acre! t?OH a sood Farm in Darke Countv. ft miles A north east of Union elty. It sores unilergood ! 1 oaiance giKMi timneri ricn black soil. vmuiv uuuh wi rwmi naueomcly situated, and surrounded bj alocust grove, good Irame barn, corn 6rch.ru il'th .1 7. :-; r ' "" "" Tula la a great bargain. , CHARLKS E. CLAHKF, aug aa. Real Estate Agent, C lug's Building FINE FARMS!! CITY PltOPEKTY WILL BE TAKEN IN PRAT PAYMENT. I 1 O ACRES, six miles from the City, be ,,,wfn h Bnat v"y Turnpikes, and ".J? ttnelsly'a Mills, so acres under cul tivation, balance good timber. I ACKbft excellent land in Hhelby AtJe7 county, X miles from Sidney, and I i miles from Port Jederson; loo acres under cultiva tion, balance good timber. Orchard of grafted fruit, good frame house, barn, atahia. .n. ,h granary, ac. Three good springs and a good well! A very desirable place. Aliu: Jlfl ACRES in Hanoock county, near a .W I a Railroad station, eood Kmiu -nH K.. quality of land, loo acres iniproved. FINE Suburban property In full view of, and handsomely overlooking the cltv. Thoa having property toexohange wlllHnd It to their In terest tocall upon CHARLES E, CLARK, Bug 22. Clegg's Building, id St. Land, Land. I WOULD oall attention to Land now of fered to eichance for Cltv Pronptv nr finiut located at followa: OHIO Shelby, Rom, Allen, Defiance, Henry, Fulton, Darke &nd WilllamaCountlei. INDIANA Haodolph, Wells, Wabash, Stark, j'-P'i Pulaikl and Lake Countlea. ILLINOIS Lawrence, Hichland, Crawford and Jaaper Countlea. MISSOURI Chariton,WaHhingtoD,Madiaon jw(uoy, twyooiaa, uregoa ana Shantuin Uoutttiava. IOWA 8cott, Buchanan, Boone, Cedar and Van Buran Countlea. MINNEBOTA Dakota. Haroaey , Rice, Scott aou nicLreou uountiea. Theabora are oholoe lands, and will tseexchanrad on the moatdealrabletermion application to ttlAS, B. t'LARKB. Cleg g'i BuilOlnf, Third treat. FARMS, TWO HANDSOMK and hMj improved farma. ljlnr atout 4 milea north of the olty. 75 aorea each. CITY fHOPKKl V will be taken ia part payment. ALDO, 340 acrea In Hun cock Countv, not far from the county Mat, and three fourth! of a mile from a rail road station, loo acree improved, balanoe exeellent tlmler. Very hue land, and will be iold at a bar gain. ALSO, 1-20 acres one mile north weitof Union City, well improved: a ereek running through the centre. never failing water, large barn, aeod bearina nr. chard, springs, te. ALSO, 4 acres In Darke oountv. Dart sood tlmban mnd land, a No. I barn, painted, good house. 91,000 down, balance on long time. A number of other farms various It located and all very oheau, together with a large am oust or deal raw ble olty property of every description. jy nan. a.. 1 la tin a, id st. Farma. 944 AOEESin Illinois, 4 miles from Sum- A ner. on the O. A M. R. R..onehomlrad ufm Improved, the remainder timber otgood quality, deep, rich, alluvial soil. There are two good Dwelling HouBeaontheprem Ises.convenlent out-houses, and In the midst of a good settlement. This term Is offered at the low prloe of ,u per aere, being mueh leaa than ltB value. For sale by L. H An. H. CLAHKE, Real Kstate Agent, Id street. City Property Desirable ltettl- , aenvel I offer far sal on reasonably term, a newand handsome realdenae on ad atraat h low Perrjr. ' The House la large audoonimodloua, with all tha modern Improvements and conveniences; 1b finely looated.andln a good neighborhood. Will besold oheap, it application is made soon. Un.H. K CLARKB, mha : RealBstate Agent, Clegg'aBulldlng. TOR SALE CHEAP. 1 P: ACRES, od the Eiver Road, near the I J Cincinnati R. R., t4 miles from the elty; small frame house and stable, cholea fruit vln.s, as. A very deairable place lor a Uardea Lot. CHAS. K. CLAHKR, Third street. T AND WARRANTS BOUULiT & HOLD AJ atcinolnnatl quotations, or located In Iowa. Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, by CHAS. B. CLARKE, ttM Thlrdstreit. ARE YOU INSURED? JAM Read to take risks for substantial eompanlea, tn the otty and oountrr on favorble terms. 1 represent the following oompanlea, and can furnish ample refreaeea here as to the rellablll. tj of eltheri MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co, (MCOEPOKATED 1821.) OFFICE, Mo. tits, Hull hU, ft.Y. CASH CAPITAL, CASH SURPLUS, a S2S0,000. - - sias.ooo. Irving Fire Insurance Co. (IROORPOHATID 18S1.1 OFFICE, No. V, M ull aireel, ht. Y. CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. . CHAS. B. CLARK. Agent, auga Clegg'a Bulldlug.Sdst. steeta star mills letter pa ner. 6 ' " " note " 6 " laJies gilt edo note paper. " assorted oolored aoto. 8 fiat) steel pen and bolder. . 1 bei fin blotting paper. ' 24 adhesive envelope, assorted oolora. all for 25 oent. .' W. U. CALLENDER, Wholesale btatloner, 1 ay ton, O. saAitenU wanted in every count ia Indiana. , . IT EU(WS2J bogea Krnoh Lemon, ia f risM VIVWIJUUITCWIIB aiiatl Dosrt tVII Vtur Old Instla Hak. T)TJT let m mend them far too so a to do - Too fxi wvlre. I will also nut India Itiibher Soles on ladles', Uentlrmen's snd Chlldrsn's leath er ahoee and Boots, whirl! will amp the reet warm and dry. and ar mom dnr.hl Uiaa lecher so'ee. four Jobs n-ay be left at W. L. Der row's shoe etorwi at J. (vhlenti'a,(H,-aersth and Nata stress, or at the factory ever Mi west sth street, iieytoa. ova-lwd H. r. JKRUMI. Store Rooms to Kent THOSE TWO VERY DES1RABI.R large and somhodlous Store Rooms On th north aid of Third street, at present Decu pled by Darst fc Herekaarode, from the laat day of Vee'nitrsr neat. 1. BKLKkC novw Beckel's Hall ! TBS LARGEST, BEST AND MOST commodious la the elty. Seats for one Thonsnnd Persons!! By th Single day or for a long Lease. novtS D. BKCKEL. CIIllISTMASH H AND P. II. D'AllCY, POST OFFICE BUILDI NCI , Dayton. O., 18 NOW KECKIV1NO HIS STOCK OF 1 GMHx,sfor the HOLIDAYS, which for brautr and variety are unsurpassed Id this elty. Hisstoik of Candirsand Confectli ueiies It complete, and of tiie very best qualities. He ia also aent (or Malthy's Raltlmore Oysters, which will he sold on reasonable terms, either by the ean, half ean or plate. He eten1s a oor lial Invitation to his friends and the fuhHcs;enerally, to (five him a eall. oovltt Death to Rats and Vermin! uniE we concti CITIZKXS, MILI.KUH AND FAKMKKS1 now ts your time to exterminate your Rata, Mice, Roaches and lied Rus;s. By the request of many C'ltliens 1 have prepared two hundred boxes ot my Kxoelsior Vermin lestrorr, tor the use of those whonny be plaRiied with these dpstructive vermlnt and 1 will eoutinue to keep it all through wir w uiirr. This preparatloa Is free from all dan serous pois ons, and can le ua?d in Kitchens, 1'aittrles, Cup boards, Cellars or stanlei, without beinn In danirr or InJitriitR the human faintly, or useful anlmaln, but is sure to destroy Hint which It is dr-nlgned for. The testimony of hundreds of C tlzenscan be had to testify to the utility ot this article, an they bftve used 11 for many year. It leaves no strnch, as the vermin fro off to streams of water to die. Can be had at my residence, No. IOT Jeffemon St., vviwccb owi nnumn, or irou in ooy wuo wuioarry It through town for sale. N. B.Thlsts the only preparation that has ever been made or sold here which contain attractive oils to nake vermlu eat It every time it Is laid for mem. ucn. itiusi. novl Journal copy. New Meat Market IN OREGON. rPllE UNDKRSIONKD, ALIVE TO J- the neeessitleaot ihe people, haaopened la his urw.r oius a DAILY MEAT MARKET, Where the puMlccan find, daily, Fresh Beef. Mut ton, Fork, Lard.Hausage, Ac, at the cheapest Mar ket Prices. In mv Grocers everv famllT need ean he sunnlled bcsldt'S ffood Catawba. Old Rve. Brandv. Aliavnth. jus rcvcivcu, anu rxcwiiPtir KW11N JJ WING, Which I sell at 10 cents the pint, and 36 cents per bottle, (iive me a eall. ruiup WALTZ. novatMf Dissolution of Partnership. BY the retirement of Geo. B. Holt from the practice of the law. and by mutual agree ment, the law partnership between aaid Holt aad M. B. Walker, is this day dissolved. The business heretofore eonhded to us belna unfinished, will re ceive the attention of both the partners until dis posed or. HOLT A WALKER. novw New Partnership. YT B. WALKER and Oeome b. Walker AU. have thle dav formed a partnership for th - in. jaw. uiey win give aue attention o all business they may have entrusted to them. Office on Third street, Dayton, O., In Clegg'e Building, No. 1. M. B. WALKER, ovas GEO. F. WALKER. Thanksgiving Oysters. DA F. B. SHULL will be prepared to furnish the oituens of Davton and the sur. roundicg towns and eountry with oholoe fresh and sweet Oysters, by the case or ean, consisting of flufflsn unco, SELECTED and DOUBLE SELECTED, The latter ara 8TALL-EED. ItS-DON'T FOKOKT TUB PLACE!-! ALSO Any quantity of Candiea. Nuts, Fruits, Pickles. Peaches. Pine ADnles. ete.. for Thanks.iv. ing. b. a F. B. SHULL, nov'Xi under Phillips House, eor. Main a ad sts- Oyster Season Opened!! UEST 13 ALTIMORE Ousters. Received by Express Direct from BALTIMORE! Pverv nw i H.n aa . i - - - mmm VV rCKt , THTK MnKaAIihnpa ava nw .1.. -' " tDUDIIIHJt uaii by Express the best quality of Baltlme Orstere, whlih they will warrant good, and soil by the cam, amiuesanu ueaiera supplied on liberal terms. Orders aoliolt.,1 frnm lilra In ...... n...A .u. eountry. nememoer tney keep the beat In the market. W. H. liKANUENHUKl Sc CO aeptl No. aoo, sd street, Dayton. A. V. IIOFE1I. ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Nolarr Public. DAYTON, - - - . OHIO. 8" Officii lit Clkoo's BuiLDiitfltaai (WlthT. F. Thresher.) In the rooms formeriyooco- nled bv Vallanrllvham Jk U.u.h... nONFKCTIOXERIES. Fuifa, Cocoa Nuta, Candles, Prunes, Dates, Pepper Sauoe,Ketchup, Sardines P,lckled UysK.rs.tl.iiis, Lobsters, Mua ard Pickles, Pine Annies and Peaches In alaaa Jars, and a variety of other goods too numerous to mention, just reoeived and for sale wholesale and retail, by ov8 D.a F. B. 8HULL. Ofi BASKETS Champagne; U l 1 barrel Holland Gini 1 barrel Jamaica Hum, 1 " Irish Whlsayi f " Bye 6 " Bourbon Whlskyi 1 " French Brandy. Just reclved. nova D. F. B. SHULL. 1 f) SACKS prime Peanuts; I VS gbarrelB Almonds 9 barrels Filberts; 1 ' Peoausi " Brazil Nuts)' Kugllsh Walnuts) 10 boxes Layer Haisins. Just reoeived. nova D. & F. B. SHULL. FKEtiU OYSTEKS reoeived daily ky Ex press, direct from Baltimore. "O"8 D. a t. B. SHULL. GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, and Peterson's MaWSllnefoP Nmrlmhar inafaaMUarl A 13EA.UT1KUL lut of Caaea, juat opened 7 nVH D. fc F. 1. HH ULL. A i by the barrel or bushel, for aala u.m r. B.BHULL. CLEITIENT L UAUIUANN, NOTARY PUBLIC, DAYTON, OIIIO. Offloa Main Btraot, eteela'a Building nnvOT OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. Tha BulllTan Stove Pcllah. THB beat and eheapest thina of the Kind In use fur giving a lasting and brilliant polish to stove Orates, ete. r'rloe 10 cents. For sale bv uovis W.W.BTKWAKT.aa Mala street Wttntcd 4 PEU80N to keen a TOLL GATE, aoria- , u. ntcKIL. Michigan Cranberries. I K BARRELS of tbebest quality of Miohl- . " gan cranberries, In excellent condition, Inst received, and for sale at wboli sala and retail, at ' ho. sua. Third it. ,' 25 UOXEi Lemons, inprlrne order, jasl j p. r. a. ihuix. SECOND FALL PURCHASE! P35,ooo;oo Now Dry Goo da! rro- Aaetloa te k au within teaars, A CaiSATLY REDUCED PRICES BT v M eexvex-e.w! . . N. P. DOUGLASS s & CO. FBILLIPS HEW BUILDINO, No. TS lrialn Sfrrot, DAYTON, 0., Pane Silks at Plain Rlark silks at V.rr Beat Ue Lain, at BnglishftlerlDosaat 7e worik t te at oo " It IS l".e to all rrlnU, . loe SV.e Very tooi to. (warranted) in Good do - Sue Bleached Musllas, (rarA tslitet B' ,o 18$ All Drea Good Redncad Vary Low I Other Goods as Cheap la proportion. CLOAKS, NEWEST STYLES! At Ke Tork Prloaa. SHAWLS, do for $5,00 worth 17,50 for 7,00 " $10,00 HOSIERY & FANCY GOODS! LOWER than will be found elsewhere. GOODS TOR MEN AND HOYS' WEAUI TBRT OHKAP. HOOP SKIRTS, per eant. lower than erer olTered. LADIES' SHOES, the but in MAKKET I Also agenta for ' Laatar' Sawing Maohlnaa, Wart anted the Beet Maohlnea la Use. r"f"Th ahors la not exaggerate!!, aa weara de termined to sell our Uoods lor Cash, 3 per oent. lower than ean he boutht elsewhere. N. P. DOUULARS CO., noT.S 7S Main at eet. At WILLARD & WIIEATON'S, No. Kt Third street, near Main. BOOKS Thefollowlng list or NEW BOOKS, just reo'd. By WILLAKU aft WI1CATON. MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON His Court and Family; By the Duohesa D'abrantea (Madame Junot) In VolB. with numerous Portraits engraved on steel. "LEADERS" of the REFORMATION, The Representative men or Germany, Franoe, Kngland and Scotland, by John Tulloch, D. D. 'MONET KINO, and other Poems, by John 0. Baxe. GOLD FOIL, Hammered from Popular Proverbs, by Timothy Tltcomb. MINISTERS' WOOINO, by Harriet Beeoher stowe. THE CORNER CUPBOARD, or Faota tor jsveryDoayi Forming aeomplete Eneyolopediaof Useful Knowl- eugei iiiustraieo witn over iuuu engravings. By authorof "Inquire Within," ao. PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter Evanlnra' Entortainmenta: Containing Acting Pro erne. Dramatlo Charades, Acting Charades, Drawing Room Pantomimes, Ao., with Descriptive F.ngravlngs. By authorof "Ma glctaa'a Own Book," "Sociable," Ac. LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTE BOOK; With Reminiscences and Chit Chat of the Green Room and stage. By Gko. VARUEftiiorr. WOMEN ABTISTsI In all Ages and Countries, by Mrs. Ellet . A GOOD FIGHT, and Other Tales, by Charlea Readei author of Love ate Little, Love ma Long. SWORD AND GOWN; : ny ui autnor 01 uuy Livingstone. FHOM DAWN TO DA YLIOHT, (a new supply) by Mrs. Henry Ward Beechcr. "HAREY LEE' or Hope for the Poor, il. jusiratea. Reoeived this day, and for sale at fit THIRD STRRFT, novls One door West of the Town Cliiiu TF yon seek for more LIGHT, buy Deitzs' -T. Laraa Burner Goal. oil. lamp. whlrh fnw ormiani luint is not turiiassed Dj any other ratent, at the Berne expense. The Laree tiurner eonsumeB not aUove on .cent, tvnrth nr nil iur hm,r, Ikj, small Burner hair cent to the hour. We tn atock nave . Stand Lamps, Glasa and Brass, stand umpi, Marble Foot, tJ. farlort do in Suspending. Hasp Swlnr. - Bide Lamp., Glaee ani Brass. we also Keen a seneral assortment of Lard Oil aad Fluid Lamps. Please aire us a eall. novia HHUKLKH, HKMLBV MA2CTON. "ANNEIH deorerized Ooal Oil, for sale I at . HKCKLBB, aCMLKY MAXTON'S. FRENCH CHINA Just received a few -nice Dinner Sets, VaBeB, and taney ornamenta. uvia . USCH.LKO, MJiMUSV MAX 1 UN. Fresh Goods! Fair Prices! MCINTIRE & BAIRD, GR0CKR8 AND PRODUCE DEALEliS, US Main at., t doors below tha Market House. A full supply of Choice Family Groceries, of which we warraut all good. Coflea. Rio Coffee, Mocha, Java, Maricabo. ' McINTIRK BAIRD. Fin Teaa. . Imp Tea, Y 11 do, Blaok do, Gunpowder do MclNTlRB a BAIRD. Molaasea. N O Molasses, S II Molasses Syrups,' niiiniiHH a HAIKU. BuKar. N O Suftar, fowd do, Gran do, Crushed do ""S no MclflTlRE A BAIRD. Bpleoa. . Ground Pepper, Allspice, Cloves, Ciuamon, atalNTlKK 4 BAIKUi Baleratua Cr Tartar. - superior artiole, whioh we warrant pure, McINTlRH a BAUD. Fine Cigars, - Bronson's Fine Cut Tobncoo. oaps, ChNH, eornmeal. Crockery a Uuaenewara. 00 Bbls Apples, mcinriHK a BAIRD. nvi Thanksgiving GOODS I. N. & W. M. GltEEN'S 20 Boxes (New Ralaiaa) halves and Quart tars, at I. W. a W. M. Green's. " Cboioe Pittaburgh Buekwlieat Flour, In aacba for family uaa.at I, N.4 w. M. Oreen'a. .xtra Nice Tenn. Peaobea. . juat received at I. M.a W. M.Green'a. Prunes, Zantee Currants and Pies at ' I.H.a w. tLGrees a. SO boxea Fire Crackers', ery low at I.N.W.M.)raen'a.. .' , Fine Navy tioup Beans, just reoeived and for tale sheap et ' 7 ' I. N, H TT. M; GRKEN'8, Me. IIS, Mala street. -a 05 H 5g t6 sip- M !l!;miU,il!iM!llll!. 74 West Fourth street, ELEGANT DreoG Silka VELVET FLeOUNCED ROBKS, FANCY and WHITE SILK ROBES, for evening. lloirc tin lift trc and Ltrocatle Dresses ' fust reoeived from New Tore: Auction Sale.. Rich Polnin Robes for Ladles and Misses; Shetland Wool pbawls, Veils, Nubiea and Opera Hooda, Clonks end Minwla; 1'mlrnidered Velvrt C'lt.nka, Clulh Cloaks, Hiiglnns and 1' listers, all the new atylcs or hhawls. Pieces of .Silks, Silks, at Hl cents per yard. DOMESTICS AND LINENS! In this department we hare a desirable stock of NEW GOODS, and we offer them to Housekeepers nneotamonly low prloee. Woolen Drees Oooda, Ao. Plain and Printed Morinocs and Pelnines; Paris Plaid, V lenoinaand Poplins. Merino Under Wenr, oltiiifc at Cost, for Ladies, Gents, and Childre New style of GLM HOOP SKIRTS, entirely new In style and finish, Just lee'd. from the maojifaclor DELAND, GOSSAGB & CUYLER, T t West Fourth Street, O0t?-tmcem.tldAw DISPLAY OF and Robes, Opposite Pike's Opera House, CINCINNATI, OHtO. The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. Over the IimHsiiiu On I in I Ac lUty ton A Hsnrn ktitil wii) ft. hN" and 'ftr MonHy. Nov. 14th. 1859, Vf Trslni will lenve Dayton an fnllowt: Flnt Morning Train travel Hnu ton at 1:00 A arrivinrat lnUlananolia at laioo a. m.i inahtni rent connection with Litayette A InllnimioUi R. H for Larayett and tMitoaso with Term HautpA Hich monc R. R, for Terra Haute ami Inccnnri, with Mftillnnr) A rniltiinapol.i R. R. Cnr LoulMville.ai rivlti at ChioagnatH:an p. m., at Madtiun aiwl lxilavllleat 8:00 F.Ms.Viucennet :oo r. m., J trr Haute at i:t)0 r. m. Second Train. leaves Dayton at 1:30a.m., arriving at inoianapoui atu:iu p. m., nmUiiitf Uiiect cniuiPc non lor t. LrOu.p,arrlvtng In M. Iau at H:(wa, m two houra in advance of any other route. Third Train leaves Day on at 6:W p. m., arriving i iuu.aaapu.il at w.w p. m., man u& mreci auuncc uuuniuraii wviiern nointn. HENRY L. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Rail Road. Throe Daily Trains, via. Columbus. Through tiokts from Dayton to all Eastern unlet. THREE Dally Tralni each way, leaving Dayton for the Kast ai fotlowi: Niffbt Kxpn-Bunt l.lua m.jDay Kxprepal 1,46 a.m., AccoininotltitlonH.lfip.m, AriiviiiM a I'nyiun, Acruaiuioiiaiiiin 0,10 a. in No. 1 Kxureil. l.'iA I, m.t No. 2 h.xurma. 4 M) 11. m. Tralni run by Columbus tlma, which 17 mlnutei faiter than 1 ayton time. Throuirh ticket can be had for all Eaiternetttei byoalllnKon P. R. Warraan, Ticket Agent, at tho vviut. tM iiiiu ( rrrii liayton, Xenla and Columbus Leaves at 6, SO p m., and arrives nt 6.63 a. m. All frelehts left at the Uennt hv t in n. m.. will oe lorwarueo same aay. ov t.,30 p. n, Kreiuhti ar riving at 5,63 p. m., will bedvlne red a i-h. m. J. VVtiANU. KUpt. ?. Wahmaw, Gen'l. Ag't. airlS Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. C1IANUK OFT1MK. ON and after Monday Not. 14,, 1869, Passen-gerTrain.srillleavetheAtbitraetOepot,Da;- .ua,iurv,iaoiunaii ns iuiiuwb: At 5.00 a. in., 8.30 a. in., 4,00 p. m., and 8.15 p. m. Leare Cincinnati for Dsylon at 7.30 a.m. 10.00 a. m., 6.30 p.m., and 11.80 p. m. nov!4 DANIEL MoLAKKN ,Sup't Rail Road. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. Dayton & Michigan R. R. Open To Toledo, AND FORMING IN CONNECTION with the Detroit unci Toledo R. R.. 40 mllcn the shortest Uae twtween Uayton sud Detroit, mul with the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne thlCHKO iUll Hos(t,60 mues utesuuriesi uae oeiweea urn auu TWO DAILY TRAINS On and after MONDAY. NOV. u. 1U69. reiruUr t ruins will leave Dayton fur Toledo. Detroit and tunica vo. FIRST THA IN Leaves at 10,06 a. m., arrives at Toledo at 6.30 u. m.. Detroit 8.30 it. m.: con nee Ib at Detroit with the Creat Western K. K.ol Canada lor Magara slls, Alhanv, New York and Boston; con nects ai aUima si a.uo p. m. wiin trains ou tne r.k l w. u. h. h. lor ort Wayne and ChtcaKO, arriving at Fort Wayne at 1,00 p. ui., in time to connect with trains on Toledo, Wabash A. Western Ho ad for Huntington, feru and Lrogantport, and arriving nt ChicaKoat 0.SO p. m., in time to conneot with all evening u-aius leaving mat eiiy. This train am connects at Toledo Willi trains on M. 8. &, N. 1. H. H for Adrian and Jacloon, and with trains on the Clevelaud and Toledo Hall Koad lor Cleveland and Bunaloi also connects t Sidney with trains on H. A I. Hoftd, eastand west. and atl'luuafor Colunihus. SECOND TKAiN Leave- Day ton at n,16 p m.,con peots at Lima with tralnson V. Ft. W. c. H. H.at IV aiuniKnt, and arrives nt Chicago at 8,20 a m., matflnir close oouneotlon with all trains tor the weit and north-west, and at Toledo nt 4.ki a. m..eonnact ing with all morning trains west and north and wiUi, nut pviiiur a. lavvtauu nuu uuumiu. Sleeping Cars are attached to all night trains be tween Lima and Chlcngo. Through Tioxets for Fort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit Chicago, and points West and North-west. Also for Pittsburgh. PhllodelDhia and &U KMHteru nittMs.. ami for all lucalpolntson the Bellelontalneand ludian- apoKsn, n.,oan oenaa u.voaiuugon s.k. fciNo.Tlck ei Agent, Union Depot, Uaytouj or ou the dim rent tjcuii vu iJie lias. Fare as low as by any othor route. Be careful and calf lor Tickets bv wav of Lima. fcJ-The rates nt Freight tn all Point s Kast or West win si aii iimes oe as lavoraDie as are charged by other Coinnauies. No Transfers between Dayton and Chicago, iniourg, i.ivag gr uetron. A novu , ' M. 8HOKM AKKR, Sup't GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Change of Time, rinandafter Munduy, Not. 14, I860, untllfur- vtueroottoe, trains will runastulUiws; 1-eav.s Davton Union Denutat 10.25 a.m.anrl 4,10 p.M. Arrive at Union at 8.25 a.m. and 8, 6 ft p.m. The 4,10 P. M. train leavlnr Tlavtnn. makes clnaa eonueutlen at Unlun with the hxreaB traiu on the fielleiontnine road, for Indianapolis, oonneoiing on Its arrival with trains for Uila.ettc, Terre Haute, and all points west,uarthauU north west. Yortiokets aud I'urtber inlorwation, appljto Samuel W. King, General Tioket Agent, Union Depot, flth street. U. 0. ST1MS0N, Bup't. norl . I. N. & W. M. GREEN, DEA1.KHB IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, ritOVISIONS AND OYSTERS, MO. 316, THIItlf ST., ARB NOW PREPARED TO SUP- j-a BltV and fMMintrv frii,nH. will, thin, and cverv thllia in their linn that im nl,.M ..,.1 deairable. Our varied assortment Isoomolet. .11,1,1 our motto le " LI) w or I.o W tK than the LO W tCM'i" 1. A fine lot of Winter nntl Pull Apples, Just received at I.N. a w. M.Ureen's. 2, Freah liutter beet qualityKlwuys to " ... VV . 1H. wiWiQ I a mree lnvoios ot una l;uttinit Cheese, at tow nrlces. at I. N. a w -vr nmnm Nioa Fresh irtur just reoeived and for . . a.ie si i. pi. w. M, ureen'B. Choice Teas (Orecn and Hlaolt) at very low prices, at I. N. A W. M. Green's. OYHTEKS Oysters, freBli every dny, from Baltimore, and at redueed prloe., at I Kl a AJ Kt , ' I . ' Choice Kaniily (iroueries, soleoted eare fullT and warranted flesh at I. N.fc W, M Green'e. 8, Coma with your money and buy ehenp (irooertee where you can have theu.de- ' sivereuiree oi en.rfe, at 1. N.ot W. M.OKliEX'S, noy No. its Third street. t. tatroH, , 0. BiKHRINQ. ST. CHARLES. lefferaon Sl,,bcttveeu 3d a nil 3d, TIT BECKEL'I HIW BTJILDIH0, ' DATTON, O. RESTAURANT AND DAR1 ! I , '. MEALS AT ALL UOUKSl' . Rooma for Partlea alw&ta r.iv A ,vAminn,l. tioni for Tranalant Bntariicra. Tha lUs 1. t-i.i.h.. 4 with the hett Wluea and Llcjuorf,. ugviu of ed am hli vJ No. A Of The At can upln than To Merchants & Milliners! CINCINNATI SILK HOUSE. VT. P. DEVOU k 1.0CKWO0D, WIIOLESALK DEALERS IN SILKS, RIBBONS, BONNETS, FL0WEH5, Shawls, Cloaks, DKEKSTKIMMIOS, HOOP SK.lli.TS, LACE EM UKOIDERIES, WU1TK aoOlJS,tiLOVE.S,&0. rf-GRRAT IN IltlCEMENTS offered to CASH and 8HUHT-T1MK BUVKhS. W. P. eeptis DEVOU & ROCKWOOD. IIEN PH1KTF.B, ( Maysvllle, Ky. ( FULTON M. I'OW, Clnoinnatl. WHEELEE CITY rrOBACCO For the inspection anil sale o L cai' Tobacco PRIVATELY AND AT AUCTION. Pearl street, between Plum and Western Ecw, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PIIISTER & HOW, PRoniiBroHB. Auotlon Salesevery WI'.DN EMI) A Y speolal atten tion to I'HI VATK 8ALKM every day. Storngc Three Months Frect FKES FIXED BY CITY ORDINANOH. JOSEPH HOW, JACOB 0. PHISTEE, City Inspector. (Late of Maysvllle, Ky.) I Coticspondlng Clerk. ( tBe very carelul to adilrrsa vour Letters and anil mark your CotislKntnentB ,aU HhKLER CITY lUDftLLU WAHbHUUHS, 1.11HU1I 1 A 1 1, UlilO. JVQ 5 3 V) WALNUT ST resh Uyste s &Jr Cincinnati. At Todd's Oyster House, WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL AGENCY tor the tale of Hatch. Maun fc Co.'i Shell. Kpi and Can 0tpri. Alto. Kri-th Cove bihI Iird Ovutera, Ac Mv nianv frlrnde nnd natroin will find onl choice nrticlei, and at as low priottai those cnarKea lor lnirrior eirtwiicre. Oviterg cooked in liaiteraetvleat our uiual mod erate chargei. f KbbH BUTTER WANTED Remember, 36S Walnut trect. tilth door above Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio. oct2tt R0WE, MAH0NY & CO., Fresh Baltimore Oysters, FOIl BALK AT NO. 247, WALNUT STREET, Cincinnati. SataVAll orders promptly attended tul-tot i. McMAHAN, agent. oct2A-SmdAw OYSTERS! AT TODD'S OLD STAND! No. SO Sixth Mi'tel, CINCINNATI. AM JtECElVJNO DAILY, UOWK.MA- HONY CO.'S celelirvled i'LAiri:i ovsTiits. Whioh I amiellina at unnreeedented low urices. liv eu.e or dozen. lJe.lers and families uantina a larae. fresh Ouster, n-lll nlraae tend their or Attached to tlilsrstahllsl.nieutts a nice, quiet respectable ealoon. wheia xou can have (i.teia oooked in every style, and served up In a clean and superior manner. Llmrges less than at any other place. ootilft-Snidaw JOHN NAIRN. FAMILY GROCERIES! New Stand Fresh Goods JOHN K. ODIillAHT, . AlCeut NO 83 JEFFERSON HT., FKW DOORS BOUIU OP THH U AUK HT HOIIHK, Dayton, Ohio, HAS JUST KKCEIVKD A KREHH AND well sssotteil stock of tine ramilv Crnoerlfs. everv description, 'i'hev have all been within the mat few vvt'eki, and were bought with exnreu reference to quality and irice lie le nreprtred to ucll them at as low jnicct ni they can raniiiucii; nun u reuiveu uiat uu one inan leavei lore disHatlBlled, 110 following articles eomioie a part of hli toe It, N. O. yu car Crushed nnd rulveriKed. Refined Syrups and N. (). Mulusaes. MACKEHKL, 1,2 and 8; White Fleh, Cod Fish and Ferrlnf imaiuetowu ougur ureu iiuiua, A aitTMtPlnr arllrl. fine supply of Beef and Mutton, Hams, lonuues, &e., TEAS. all grades, and o( tha very best quality. ltrowu s Cliecse; Soveral barrela of first rate Vinegar Cider; r uuu A i ir w i il.u vy YV A luji: beat quality of Brooma) tan Touacuo, of New York brands; Best quality German and other Cigars, Opal, Btar and Tallow Cundlos, The best of Alesliunnouk Totatoes; CORN MEAL, Tk v . i-. , Butter, negs, tard.ao. lbe best quality of Fuuiily UrackerB; Ground and unground Coffee, spiues, Nutmegs, Clnauon, Cloves, lei Stone and Crookry W'ure, Ao. In short every aitlcle usually found tn a Family Grocery of the first oharaeter. lie reapectlully makes his bow to the cltlicnsof liayton and vicinity, and sollelts a liberal ahaie ut tnelr patronairo. novia American : Dating House. OYSTERS, Oysters, tho Ameilcau Saloon, Mala Street. A lACHhU to tins eslablisbtnent is a nice, quiet sud respretalile aaloon.where you have oslers rooked In ever) siyle, and served a clean and superior manner, tiaiaea Lass at any other place. Also, Game ia Reason Heals at all Honrs. i H. MICIIU1.S, l9Lual at 10 A.M.) every day. novMlm, c