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mam Ot. Joseph's Church ANNUAL FAIR TOR THE BKNBFIT Olf THM SISTKRSofCIIAIUTYI ooMMitNcma on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17TH, '59, AMD JWrCONTINOINQ FOR BIX DAY8l- " At HUSTON HALL. No. 11G, Main street. LADIES A GENTLEMEN, IIR TO'T IN WANT OF iV anything In the way of Roots, fclioc, Onllor or no HO Ma In t Ala In t ChiMrcns' Writr, Of anr Bind" If ao, you would no well to remera iwr mat N. W. Wilson. lie NO. 118 MAIN ST., DAI A n iTIa in ( Ma iii at Complete Assortment III SOWN! Manufacture, 110 Ma in Which he offera at aa LOW PHI-1 at l-'KS as nnv other tinuie in the lr"t.Crill and iuJire for yourselves, H. W. -WILSON, ootCT No. ll Main it, FOR THE HOLIDAYS. OUB ENTIRE STOCK OF PANOY DRESS SILKS, AT A RKDUCTION OF 83 PER CKNT. N. P. DOUGLASS & CO , 70 Main t. . deoia Cheap Farm. .7 1 -4 ACHES, 2J miles from the oity, tf I 1 X between the Troy and Brandt Plkea, and frontlngnn both fc aores timber. Fine Orchard of beat graited fruit; Rood Frame Home, roonn, oellar, well, Ac Flrat-rate Barn, 76x10 feet, oorn criba, Ao. Sfiacrealn Wheat. Alaoa food well at in. Darn, son excellent. Term Awoodown; balanoeln lf00, annual pay menta. Thla it a rare chance to get a very choice Farm very cheap, aad on the easlet terma. CHAS. K. CLARKE, dec 10 Third street. Farmers, Study Economy, AMD EXAMINE Scarlett' New I'n-rle Corn and Cob Mill t ESPECIALLY adapted to grinding all klnda of shelled grain, as well aa cora and cobs. Thla mill took the lint premium at the Ohio state r air, ana at twenty-lour eounues in tnia eiate, thie fall. No Farmer should be Without one. As faeta given by our moat reliable and praetieal farmers, throughout the eountry, prove that It is a aavtng of at leaat one-third by grinding all klnda of shelled grain for feeding Horses. Cattle and sheep, and one-half or more in feeding nogs, by boiling the meal. The undersigned having purchaacd the right for the counties ot Montgomery, Ureeue, Clarke, Miami and Dark, le now prepared to manufacture those valuable Farm Mills to order, at the Buckeye Foundry, Third afreet, Daj ton. Ohio. Call and ex amine them, or aend for a circular. Orders promptly attended to. Farm and Pchool House Belle manufactured by the undersigned, at wbojeiAle and retail. I'wu were sold the past aeaaon. AddresB II. c 1AI A.un, decio Dayton, Ohio. REMOVAL. JOHN W. 1JOTHEN, (Formerly of the Arm of Bothen Bchutte, Liberty Corner, lit. Clair and 6th,) HAS removed to No. 85 Jefferson street, where he will be happy to see all his old cus tomer., and manv new ones. II la Grocery store la now supplied with every thing In the line, and of the beat quality. He is eonetantly making addlUona to hia stock, aad he invite, the public to call. tJ-Tbe bills and aocounta due the late Arm will be aettled bv the undersigned at the store, or by Mr. Schutte, Jcneraon street, in Cronk'e building. dtJ . J. W. BOTHEN. FOIt HOLIDAY I'HESENTS! BUT ONE 0P Lest r's Sewing Machines We will offier until Jan. let, our Sewing Machines at at REDUCTION OP 10 PEH CENT. From our former prices. Wausahted for one year. N. P. DOUGLASS & CO., 76 Main it. decls . SAVE YOUR MONEY! UO TO i? ai m u & o ip in la m 9 s roa vova Giovita; Ousts, Ladies and Children; A mix ' AlBOSTSIEBt- CALL ON CHRISTOPHER For your Hosiery for Old V Young DROP IN TO THE AUCTION ROOM AID SEE THS QUALITY AMD rSltSS OF Underthirti and Drawer: S a Until and Caul tneret ana Jtani, Jliao, j-en jucmaiea ad Wi llrlt, and a antral atmimttnt of NOTIONS and TOYS. r9Th ftbsv goods we shall close out withta tenJays.at your own prices, to make waj for the Holiday Presents, uonitj cuny, uc.ur rumn cummeuosi. Twy Room next door to the AuoUoa Room N. B. Auction every evenlnir from thU date lor tea days. jiaproT w,h"i"4,, J. K. t'HKIS TOPHKH, Auctioneers dMg Jettcrsou Market. For the Holidays. Wl WILL om OU (ITIBM STOCC 0 TUi N 12 WEST STYLES O LOAKS AT A BKUUCTION Of S PK CJSNT. N. P. DOG UO LASS A CO., 76 Main at. deell 2 T1EKCK beat 8 C llama, just received 11 !,. W.M.OKklUlf mm VOL, X. DAYfON r n Ai IT OHIO, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1859. NO. 295. THE DAILY EMPIRE Or-PIOK Of UBUOATION! Kfflpiri BiiUini, Third it ., Soilh lidt MH laii l Merle By MM itB.ooper rln vans. 10 OABtapAr WsAk. parable to the carrier. Blnsleooi-Ies.putup in wrappers, aoente Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Ttm Foundry Oomnanv la oor duly authorised A (rent to make contract and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions, nr., in tnai city. To BnsmissMsit. The Empire Job Rooms srein complete trim, end we ere now prepared to do work of til descriptions in the best style mine an. uau in eaaeiammeoar work end learn our prices. ixio advbbtubm. Advertisements or Notices for the Empire must be handed into the office by f tn o'eloek on the day they aro de tired to be published i lafcr. We cannot agree tolnsert them aftertbathour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to have advertisements inserted in the Wteklv Empire should hand them in by Saturday morning, at the latest. at tA.Oar advertising patrons will tierccive that, by oar arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always new a very important mattcrto tnero. Ij"Sce 4th page for Telegraph Reports. Nsw Ookosiss The names of the Members of the 3Gth Congress will be found on the 3d P'fc-e. ' Farmiss, Attention. Wanted, 90,000 bu. of corn, in the etr, for which the highest maro ket price will be paid, at CHRISTOPHER'S A uction Room, If- Jefferson and Market. WANTED. Two male or female boarders, in a private family. Terms moderate and ac commodations ample. Apply at No. 10, Wal. out street. ET Ohristmss Ornamental Trees, at the Nursery of George R. Mumma, Covington Pike, IJ4 miles from Dayton, cheap for cash. declG-lwd A Ribs Crarcs To Mais Mohev. By the investment of a mere trifle, a hand machine to manufacture an article nseful in every public and private house, ean be purchased If applied for at once. Any person, male or female, oan enter into a lucrative bnilneu by applying Immediately at the Franklin House, where the artiole ean be teen. Lecture. Rev. Mr. Leavitt will lecture at Wesley Chapel, 3d St., to morrow (Sabbath) evening. Subject-"God and Hia Attributes." The course thus far has been of the highest in terost to Christians and Bible students generally and we would be pleased to see a large atten dance to-morrow evening. Rauutous. Rev. S. P. Carlton, of Springfield, will preach at the Univonaliit Churob, St Clair Street, to-morrow morning and evening, at the aiual hours. AU are Invited. Episcopal Church. Rev. Wm. G. Spenoer of Terr Haute will bold Divine Ben Ice in Christ Church to morrow at lOj A. M. and 7 o'eloek P. M. ... The Sunday School will hereafter be held at 21 P. M. Rev. Mr. Twltouell, of Xsnla, will preach at the Congregational Chapel to-morrow. Service at 10 i 0' clock A M. and I 0' clock P. M. Ths Faie To Niobt. The Fair will com mence this evening at Huston Hall. It will be one of most attractive ever held;in this city. There will be a concert on every evening, and music by the Band. ITT There was a tire in West Alexandria on Tuesdsy morning. A broom factory, and a stock of groceries In the same building, were consumed. The loss is about (1000. It is claimed to have been the work of an ineendary. Fiaa. Edward Smith's mill, on the canal in Wayne township, narrowly escaped entire desa truction by fire on Friday last. It appears thst on account of the low stale of the water the atasm engine was fined op, some of the gearing at the roof got hot and ignited, and before it was discovered some fifteen or twenty feet of the roof was in a blsce. By the timely aid of the neighbors the fire was put out be fore serious damage was done. Bold RosBsax. The residence of George Wogsman, Esq., of Harrison township, wss last night entered by burglars, who succeeded in stealing about $15,60 In cash, and a double cased silver lever watch, worth (25. They effected their entrance with an "outsider," and when they departed, left the door unlocked. 110. Prof. Pratt will agsin hold forth to the greet publie this evening st 110 Main St., rain or shintJ He will give the folks some thing eitra in his novel programme, and ill offer them the most valuable remedy ever sold. Be on hand, whan the gas is lighted! U We have received a funny eommunica tion which treats of a young shoe-maker who was enamored of a charming young lady up town, and through a "friend" importuned her to permit his "addresses." The other dsy the family were "butchering," and it occurred to the young lady that she would reward th persistence of her adorer, and she accordingly cut out the eyes of a dead pig, and wrapping them up nicely, sent them to himl He did not relinh this thing of his Dulcinea throwing pig's eyes at him, our correspondent ssys, and charged that she was a great deal more swinish thsn be bad tuppoaedl At last aocounta a se rious rupture waa threatened and it was be lieved that the lady would be obliged to send the Irate youngater a "whole hog" to appease him I Our correspondent aaya the "fat is in ths fire," and believes the Union to be in dan ger I HAarta roa Jasoabt The January number of Harper it here, and it certainly eclipses soy thing we ever saw in the magazine line; The illustrations and reading matter seem to im prove (if that be posaiblelj with each numa ber. It is for sals by WillardA Wheaton, 3d at. Paynes, Main st., near Sd. Bhulls, cor Dee of Main and 3d. Get it every body. ' Taxis I Taxee are ouerous, yet they are necessary for the support of Government and our institutions, and have to be paid. The time for the half yearly payment of taxee watA. tut tkt jwaaify in nearly here, and those who expect to escape the "impending crisis," had belter fork oyer without delay. The 20th will soon be here when t per cent will be pot on. Hurry up I rrlhs trial of W. H. Gibson, labs Treasurer of State, on aa indictment for embesslwnent, it now progressing at Columbus. The report of oss dsy't proceedings occupies four columns of tmtll print in the Oinoianatl Gaaette. will All tlart book. Oh! What a Pity! A few dsys ago we noticed two fights thtt occurred In our titter city, Miami now we regret we are called upon U record another the fscts of which our foiek has reduced to verse. We can't admire the "symmetry" of his lines: Miami Oily hsd snother light, Which took piece 'bout 10, last night; The light took plsreat a skating party Both young men were bale and hearty. The Printer grasped in his hsnds a skate, And whanged away at an awful rate- On the Doctors hesd he etruck the blow, y nich esused the blood In streams to Bow. The "Old Nick" must be in thst city It is, indeed, a pity, pity; Dome, young men, do quit your fighting Torn your minds to Frsnklin's writing;; "Stoop!" don't be caught in fighting shsme; For no (rood thereby will you sain: Let your minds in goodness rove, And lesrn each other bow to love. A Signal Failure. The attempt made by the Dayton Journal, yrsterdsy morning, and persisted in this mor ning, to make the people of this District be lieve that Mr. Tallandightm, spesking clearly and distinctly as a Wetttrn ajien, hsd insulted them by saying that he waa not a Northern man, snd hsd "little feeling and no sympathy for the North," has most sigoslly fsiled. ty Nobody of common sense believes any thing the Journal ssya to the discredit of Mr. Vtllsndigham. "Poor Tom's Cold." Oorwin is about played out. His grimsees don't seem to tske as of old. The motley has got into the brain at last, and pity, nearly akin to contempt, succeeds laughter. "Poor Tom's cold," Won't somebody please to bury klm, It ty We enjoyed a great treat last evening by attending Prof. Harrison's Laughable Mono logue Entertainment, atBeckel's Hall, last eve Ding, which was patronised by a large and en thusiastio audience of ladies and gentleman, who were convulsed with Isughter at the com icalillet of the Professor, who has the happy faculty of making people laugh against their will. He is a perfect genius in the wsy of mat king op poetry and songs impromptu hs solic lied written subjects from the audience, aa a test; some twenty five were given him, which he ssng upon for thirty five minutes, as easy as one can talk, to the astonishment of all; hia oomio song, and lectures were admirable. His "Oil" for aches and pains went off like hot cakee, He givea a full characteristic entertain ment this (Ssturdsy) evening, if the weather is favorable, otherwise it will be postponed un til Mondsy. The price of admission is only 15 cents, e. UTOno of the most extensive, and at the same time one of the most elegant Dry Goods Houses in the country, ie thst of DeLsnd, Gos ttge A Coyler, 74, Wett 4tb tt., Cincinnati Aa Stewart it styled the Prince of New York Merchants, so msy these gentlemen be properly designated the Princes of Oineionali Merchants. Dry Goodi in every conceivable branch of the trade are to be found in their honse ia the abun dance and gorgeousnese of an oriental palaee; and their very magnificence and cheapness makes them sought for by the thousands who frequent their palaee, 74 west 4th at. Beaidee, this, " the members of the firm are the right kind of men, and with high social qualities unite that of the strictest businsee probity. We recommend our resdera who deal in Cincinnati to call at 74, wett 4lh st. Ahead or Time. It is customtry for the Shullt to receive literary papere here, about three or four days prior to the date of them I Thie is considered fait; but thsn ao many thousands of these are printed and tent throughout the world that before near all of them reach their destination, the dsy it op to the date, or beyond it. We notice that book publisbera are taking op the same style of ante-dating, but without any color of reaion. We received a book from a publishing house the other dsy which hsd been from the press more thsn a month, and it hailed from "Boston, 1860 1" It may be possible that the publish ers do not expect to sell any of them until next year 1 ItSkWe would any to our lady friends this tloppy and slippery weather, that it ia as necessary for them to be as well thod on foot, as to be shod with the gospel. This faot being admitted, we would reoommend them to go to No. 351 West Fifth street, opposite the Indiana Central railroard workshops, and have their shoes well cov ered with rubber soles. This is the beat institution to prevent wet feet, and to walk on slippery pavements, ont of town. Those who have tried the experiment, oannot do without the rubber soles. AU work warranted. CT The "squawking" of persecuted geese rose high tbove the tempest of sleet and anow thie morning. We don't know what that poet waa thinking about who related that the "soros of geese once aavsd Roots I" Their "singing" reminds one of the filing of a cross cut saw. It ia bsrely possible thst the poet aforementioned had "no music in his soul," and that he waa unable to distinguish between the cackling of a goose snd the singing of a lark. Holiday's Ektbrtaikhrnt. The Univer salis! Society bas engaged If us ton iell for holidays and are making preparations for the oooasion. Ia connection with a Fair and Festival they contemplate introducing some novel and amusing entertainments. They will open on Christmas Eva. Dee. 24th, and continue through the following week. Tbey are alto to celebrate Christmas by appropriate eervioes on ths evening of the 25th, whioh oomes this year on Sunday, and are to decorate and illuminate tbe ohurob, CT We hsd three "styles" of weather be tween 4 and T o'clock this morning. It first snowed: thsn it sleeted finely; and finally it rained like forty I The streets and aidewalks were a sloppy glare, aad we do not remember a more decidedly unpleasant style of weather than thst of this morning. At one time we saw three earelses persons flat aa their backs en the slushy sidswalkst Sbobtli to ArraAa Stover and Pflaum, Webster street, opposite the sew depot build ing of the D. A M. Railroad, will have a lot of line eogar cured hams, of their ewe curing, ready to supply their numerous customers, oa Ohristmss. We ean recommend their hams aa an extra aice article, and advise all lovers of od ham to give then a trial. They will also have on band a lot of fine fat turkiee. Pickled Pork, eorned beef, and choice fresh meats st wayj on hand. Remember the nice tugtr eared hams os Christmas, and procure a supply of dUTf A Pflsum. 0 amr, OrsTsaa-Quails, Oysters, Fish, Ac, at Brandenburg A 001, 100, Third si An Unwarrantable Falsehood. The Dayton Gsselte, of yesterday, usee the following languags: "Mr. Vsllsndighsm repeated the remark of a Southern man, thst Sherman ought to be hanged for endorsiog Helper's book." The following Is the telegraphic report from which he got his information: He repeated what he hsd ssid, that the man who endorsed Helper's book, containing in surrectiooary sentiments, and intended to sow the seeds of discord, and atrifs, and civil war, was not fit to be Speaker, or a member of this House. The gentleman from Virginia, (Mill. son) the other day, went further, and ssid thst such a man was not fit to live; yet the Rapub licsns received this remark as mute as flahea, and as gentls as lambs. Let honorable men judge of the fsirnsss of the man that could he guilty of such perversion. H7 The Republican psrty certainly must be. as Cox aaid of the Irishman's Elephant: "it's got a tail at both ends." Read the following from the Dayton Gaaette, . Mr. Oorwin made en amusing speech, io the course of which be mtsrepsented the principlee of theRepublicsn psrty of Ohio. He asserted thst it is not pledged to the repeal of the Fugi tive Slave Law, when it ia notorious, thst e resolution of repeal, reported by the Commit tee, of which he was Chairman, was unani mously psssed bytho Btete Convention, sup ported by every Renablicao psper in the Slate, snd sdvocated by Mr. Dannison in all hia eons tests with Judge Kanney. If we are not great ly mistaken, be advocated ite repeal himself, on the stamp, and declared, thtt he would not htve voted for ite enactment had he bean in Congress whsn it psssed. He preferred the lew of 1793, tnd now announcss thst the South is entitled to a "ooon Law" to catch her fugis tive property. A Challenge. A petition, got up by Black Republicans, it in circulation requesting Vsllsndighsm to re sign. Hia crime is bsing a Wasriaa mar, and not a Northern manl He was born on Ohio soil.hss Western sentiments, and It Western in his feelings. This ishia whole crime. We dare the whole srsw of the abolition "SEND IT ON! Do you hesr that, old Pecksniff? Are Tout ears open, Brother Dennyf And what have you to say, ye old line abolitionists? Send it WE DARE YOU. Democratic Victory in N. Hampshire. We find tho following in the Boston Post: "Democratic Mayor ibt March bktbk- Manchester. (N.U..) Deotmber 13. We have eleoted E. W. Harrington, the Demo oratio oandidate for Mayor, by thibtt ma. jorityl Great Demooratio triumph. This is great victory, as Manchester hat been Republican hitherto by from three to five hundred majority. It is the town in whioh the Republicans rang the bells on the occasion of John Brown's execution. This demonstration had something to do with the result. -. Can't Please them All. The correspondent of the Cioeianstl Gssette complains of Vallandigham because he makes speech. The "dunderhead of tbe Germsns town Independent in as article leaded "Why is he silent?" growls because he don t speak. It is a growling set all around. Tbe truth Is that Black Republicans must find something to grumble about. Aa angel from heevesi wouldn't pleaae them. (- ' ' CT Talk about your rare, austere Puritan beauties! One has only to visit the Opera to see warm, palpitating Southern women, and. if be bas a spark el posue nre, eomeming use this will be extemporised: How fair these daughters of the 8onl These black-eysd, spsrkling thingsl These jewels of tbe Holy Onel These angels without wiugsl -When keye of love the soul unlocks, In all ths gilded Sooth, The softest, sweetest music boa; Is woman's mouth! rosy IV. O. rUayuni. CP The funeral of Mrs- Wood, the wife of the Mayor elect of New York, took place at hia residence at Bloomingdale on Monday. It is estimsted that bstween seven er eight thoua and persons participated in tbe ceremonies. It waa by far tbe most imposiog private funeral that ever took place in that metropolis, or pen haps in the country. CTThe cold rain this morning was "heavy" on our eountry friends who attended market. It washed ths very color out of their msst and poultry. The rabbits exposed for ssle remind ed ua of the stories we hsd rsad about the Chinese' taste for pies, and we declined them at "3 for a quarter." Strange, is it not, that s man's stomsch will sometimes oppose his judg ment! Watxs Paoor I Those who went to keep their feet dry this eery wet weather, should get the boots and aboea of Wilson, Msin St., below Msrket. He has an extra article of thick soled shoes for the ladiea, and best article of boys boots. They are double-extra and ao mistake. 1 IlTDoes the editor of the Gaaette endorse the sentiments in Helper's Beokf The following ia tree, as rsgards the facto tum of aa inland sity daily, and Its expression Is as fslioltlous as ths last Is wearisome: One ol ths most Interesting chapters la Disraeli's Curiosities of Literaturs relates to the peculiarities of different authors as to ths tlins occupied in eoi nosilion. A more aiming literary surloslly sis be to Ull the hoar of the eaUre diurnal round ef old Sol. when aa editor ef a daily papar Is aot en gaged ia bis work, pnytieauy or mestauy. ijiae ilantalinl'i mangle. It Is "one dsunitien perpetual grind. I Lou. journal. Tss End or the Foaaaar Divoaos Cass. The decision of the Referee, Mr. A. O. Brad ley, in this celebrated case, haa been made. The Referee awarda to Mrs. Forrest $4,000 per annum from the eororoeoesmeot ol the auil is looa, ana compete rorrast io give oooa and mortgage security for its prompt payment. Aad asids from this he haa a fair proepeet of Dsvinc alimony for many years to eoae. 1 nis ease must hsve cost Edwin a fabulous suss; but he haa a plethoric exchequer. Th aceueatioB against Dr. 1. 0. Ayer, of Low, ell, for slabbing H. a. Fay, jr.th Treasurer of th Middleees Mills, has seea withdraws tviaess th prosecutor found that n complaint against him eould be sustained. Tb tact it that Dr. Ayer merelv defesded kimself as best he might, with a penknife ke kappeaed to have ta htiaand, against a sowardly assault madeoa him from behind, with the nremeuiutaa iatenuoa to disaoaor aaa paaisa aim tor the expoeur ke hs mad and is making of the wrongs praouos sy ta omosrs npa ear mas- afaeturing eorporetlsos. Tbiseosuaaaity aot ea- ty upholds th Doctor s saocesiiui sauna ol sia person, but It heartily approves ats eoare la puk- liely daswaaelna tb Tiie-UaraMI raaul saaa agaiawt Ik abuses of our pabli property for private eaos. fr. ayrs saeaieiaas. awvr vai- aabl. an sot all for which tb busm ef ur peo ple hold sua la rtgars. smw zferaM, A wodaa Basted Aaa Golssua has heea oss- mltlad at Bltiaato th Menmoath (Wal) Asst. aaa, far th very avl often ot havens two hue- aaads living with kr at U same tin ea being at th works ia th day aad the other aa th sight tura. Strideae f asr tret aurriage at Walrer ton, SvseereetAhtra, atghuea ysars ago, at ths age ef la, and ot ar recant aaantag, withis a few weeks t la pfsal Uma, waa prudaead, asd th osrtlaoalss wee read. llr ag was givws ia this eartiSeai at ti, which eoaBxiu the piaiaf th aula ssx as ta th diSloalLv ef stlmatie a samel year. MARKETS. Dayton Market. SATURDAY, 2 p. m., Dec. 17, '59. There la but little jraln offered to-day Bnyers are not willing to offer more than I,I3 01,15 for wheal. Cora fa good demand at 50 eta. Rye " 80 eta. Bsrley " 60 eta. Oats 40 eta. Whisky 99 eta. Flaxseed $1,19. Cloverseed $4,50. Timothy sssd (3,00, Buekwbest 40e. Hungarian Great 60e. Tht weather ie bad aad but little changing hands. Dayton Tobacco Market. Buyers are offering for new tobacco t Round from46; Wrappers 5(88; Fillies S3. Cincinnati Market CINCINNATI, Dec. 16. FLOUR The demand sontinues moderate aad the market steady. The sales sre confined to 600 brla at 5,50(35,65 for extra. Superfine may quoted at S,305,40, but not much offer ing. WHISKY Tbe market ia eteady and the de mand good ; sales 1,200 brls atWc, including that from wagon. HOGS The receipts not being so excessive tosdsy encouraged holders, and the market wss rather steady and mors setire. GROCERIES Sugar firm, with sales of 110 hhda at 89c, 100 brls double refined crushed soldst HVc; Molasses firm; 800 brls sold at 47c. Coffee eteadyat 12(2130., with a fair de and. GRAIN Wheat market ia dull and prices drooping, though not quotably lower, eales 300 bush prime red at 1,30, and 300 do do white at 1,25. CORN There is a good demand and market firm at 50c. OATS There ia a good demand and prices steady at 45c; tales 600 bush in bulk at 54o. RYE There is a good demand, and prices are firm at 80c, for prima, BARLEY The market ia Ann with good de mand at oor last quotations; 374 bush fair spring at 70s. CLOVER SEED. There is a geed demsnd and market firm at 4,80(94,85; ssles 65 sacks at 4,60; 100 bush In tacks and brls at 4.85; 378 brla, part to arrive, at 4,80, and 300 bushsl at 4.75. New York Market. NEW YORK, Dec 16. FLOUR Market dull, heavy and 510e lower.aales of 7,800 brls at $5a5,10 for superfine state; 9,1 5s5,30 for extra state; $5a5,10 for super, fine western, 5,l5s5,30 for common to msdium extra western, and G,60a5,70 for inferior to good ahipping brands extra round hoop Ohio, market closing very quiet. . GRAIN Whsst very quiet and nominally la2e lower, although there ia no pressing desire to resliae. For good Milwaukee elub, 1,18 wss refused, deliverwd, far export. Last evening 25,000 bosh prime Milwaukee Club waa bought or speculation at 1,20 in store. RYE Less buoyant; sslee small lot at 891c. BARLEY Very Quiet and nominal at76a 76c. OORN There is anlv 1 small sunolv: and markst buoysm; sales 16,000 bush sl9ll(594c for nsw, and 98cal,00 for old white and yellow. OATS Less active and firm at 4o.s47 W for stste, wesurit and Canadian. WHISKY Dull and lower; tales KM) bis st 27e274". eaA bill has been introduoed into the Missouri Legislature to establish a State Military Institution to be located at Jeffer. son City, for the purpose of instructing 200 oadets from 14 to 22 years of age. These to be constituted a publie guard of buildings, arms, munitions of war and other property tbe work to be done by oonvict labor. The Institute to be supplied by annual appropri. ations. TO THE LADIES! P. H. D'AKCY, Post Offioo Building, 3d street, wishes to say, that having fltted up his Ladles' Departments in ths best sty Is, hs Is fully pre pared to aeoommodate them, during the Pair, aad until after ths Holidays, with all tbe uelloaelss of the season. Special attention will be given to this de partment, and svsrything that eaa eonuribute to ths comfort and eoavenleaoo of the "lair sex," will be itrlctly observed. Our Gentlemen's Department la aa usual fully up to the mark. Ladles, sail and see us; we think we ean, (st leaat we hall endeav or) to pleaae you degla-ytd Electricity aa a Itemed y la a Class of Diseases! DE. B- PICKERING bas shown by his practise, embracing a period of tea years, thai Elss tnelty ie a reliable remedy ia affactloa. otherwise incurable, Ha haa la hie poeeee.ioo teatlmonlala of numerous eaaea that he hae eured, of epaana, rheu matlam, palay, neuralgia, partial ueafaeae, perished iliube, uiereurlal dlaease, eu.te., ahowiug eonolu .Ively that positive reuaaee eaa be gives to this treatment. Chargea moderate, consultation rree. OK-m t Crner of Flrat and Jenereoa streets. Sheets' BuldUog, Dayton, Ohio. . non-U NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TURNPIKE NOTICE. TBK Stockholders of tbe North Miami Turn olke will meet at Gate No. 1. at 1 o'eloek on the aeoond Monday ol January, 18o, to sleet seven Directors, to srv tne ee"ng year. OeclT-siw iuafl raibL, aeervwiry. AXTACHMBNT. 00. W. H. kuey, ri'ST., ) Before Samuel Arnold, J, VS. r. oi way jo., A&oai' lAsel Andrews, Dart. ) goeaery Co., O. M tbe 9th day of Deoember, A. D. 1859, aald Justice taaued aa order of attaehueat the above aetloe tor th Bum of tweaty-oue dollars ed forty-tare eeata. Cat eat toe Searing oa the Mitt da. of Jaauary, A. D. laao, at s o'eloek A. at. olaaiaoay. ... Arlington, Da. It,lt6. 'daoiiltw ATTACHMfiRT. Sr. C. Berlta, PI'S"., ) Beor Samuel Arnold, J va. I i Clav Tn.. Monlarum Attl Aadrsws, Daft, t eounty , Ohio. ON tht 9th day of Deoember A. D. 1809, said Ju.Uo t..u.d aa order of attachment th abov aetioa for the aum of ess. Caee aet for hearing on the tsth day of Jaauary, A- l. teott, at o'elook, r. as. oi saia aay. 0. BERLIN, deell-stw Arlington, Dee. IS, 1B6S, Hanged at Last. CONFESSION IN It II Y IN E "Our Sag ta thrl" Ah, yoa see It loom Belor Christopher's AuoUoa aad Toy Room! Our baaaar ia aru th. emblem of our trade Prime goose, aad ale wnare Daiaaiuacaa ue maue Our atoek eoai.t oi vry uaaSui Ihlog, And toyaaAd aeUoaa tarietfy we artug. Wi n BIN ' Mr ,.IIU iwi i..w . , w, Aad aaa euppiy ate gooda all frh, ad bright aad aew. W hen ao aaaay good aad pretty things Frvm ehlldhood'a toye, to ladiea guides rings That wa aaat aaaae (a tea Ik, If we weuht try. But eoeae aad aa the gooda w tans aou'll buy. The eoaei ye old .and young, the good r alee aaa aaeep, Aad buy them singly, or bay thwa ta th heapi Buy them by the Item, or la the pllei Their vary eheaimeaa will aiu you to ami II. Than, eoeta. vrv body. b4or ta ruah ete aaltiUdlaal yar,whea auuty had to goaway diee IMiiated. We have the largeet aad best aaortw.nt I of dolls aaa oouiee, os any m uieeny. aaa weaiigai. say ta th West, at ear oue eiabiuhm.ot. J. A. l HauimrHKR, j destt Vvr. j(ssiua aaa star eel. In t I la Rich Millinery Goods AT A U CTIOW ! MRS. HOWARD ILL HAVE AN AUCTION OKI llnery Goode at her store, Mo. IIS M All On Thursday, Dec 22d, ' for the Holiday Seaaon. The alnclt offered Is of ths heat styles sod gooda, aud consists In part of Hich Velvet and Haliri llunnets, Kouh and lteadys, , ' Dark Htrsws, Hoft titrawe, Drese (Jaft, Head Dresses, Childrou's llats, Ao. Uoodsall warranted. The Bale made onlv for th nouuay uenianu. jnre. nuw.nu, decle-dtt Ho. IIS Mala st. fJKKALD and TRUIUNK received daily, -' wj iue-oaB aV. ex m j). onuLl. Administrator Notice, NOTICE U hereby gireo, that the under. ilsTnesJ bu ben rtlolntd ArimlniitrMur on tht) fwUte of Henry loiter, deceased, 1U ot Mont goiTtery county. aeoiO-WJ AflRa leJalAsLK, AUKLaUU AtOf. REM OVAL O . W. THOMPSON, Watch Maker & Jeweler, BAS BRMOTED TO NO OO. itlAIN ST II E Ef (rOSKESLT SSOWR'SBATSTOSEOrr.CT. ROUSE,) AND NOW OFFERS TO THE TUBLIC a Superb Stock of Jewelry. oonslsUnx ia part of GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHAINS, - SEALS A KEYS, 8LKEVB BUTTONS, A 8TUD8, LAD1KS' A C KNT'S PINS, SILVER SPOONS, BUTTER KNIVES, NAPKIN RINGS, . SILVER CUPS, THIMBLES, 0. , PLATKD ICR PITCHERS, SPOONS, FORKS, AND CUPS, With many articles not enumerated. ta?Fersonal attention given to repair ing all klnda of Fine Watches tnd Clocks. I war rant my work. Jewelry repaired tn the best manner. EGRAV- ING DONE. C. W. THOMPSON, 90 Main st, iioelS-tf ' Opposite the Court Houae. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT ar for tU "by D. k P. R. PHULL, for Chrlitmu and New Yeavra eonetittn-r of CamUee and Candled Toys, In variety, tyle and quality, eannot he mrpaaaed by any alnllarMtab Hah netst west of New York City. ALSO Nute, FIri. Prune, Raislne, Pleklea. Lob !, Clani, Sardines, henchee, and an ndleM variety of goodt suitable for Holldajt. for sale by ueoie u. v . mnuuk. CHOICE Wines and Liquors, by the Bas ket, Bottle or Gallon. A large atock on h and ueoio v. at a. ai. onubi OYSTERS, by the case or oan, that cannot be excelled In quality anywhere. Reoelved dally by express from Baltimore. Tnree noxea immaam in prime oruer, just. reeeiTea dewle t. K. B. 8 HULL, NEWBOOKS JDST RECKIVKD AT PAYNES! Ilemlniseeiices of Riifus (Jhoate, th great Amerloan Advocate Dy Edward Parker. 'Art Reoreationt," Being a complete guide to Oraaa.ental work. "Twelve Years of a Soldier's Life in India." By Hodbos. "True Womanhood'' A Tale. By Johr Neau "Daniel Boone & tbe Hunters ef Kentuoky." ny dooabt. The Sooret Out; or, 100 Tricks with Cards. "Rest and Unrest" A story of a Year. By "COUS1R SATs. "Ths Percy Family through Soolland and England. ByD.C. Xodt. "Annie's New 3d Boo Little Hongs for Little Folks.'.' " 'Weeks Delight; or, Games and Stories-" "Tbe Life and Adventures of Panehioello.'' 'The Travels of Baron Munchausen." 'The China Mission." Dkab. ALSO, A NEW LOT Ministers' Woolru "Idyls of tbe Klnr," "The Keotory oi Morel ry os sioreiaua. P "Lfivts. "Hword and Gown out of the Depths wAutoblorraDhyos a Married Woman," "Tne Cruelble," "Uie and Travels of von HumooiiU." 'Byara layiors nouie ana Atial,', Beulafc." "A Good Fight" Rede "Al most Heroine," -'Forty Years In a WiUlernesa of HiU and Powders," "The Money Kiuff." OALLltlSDLKa VOH 160, - - . Can be had f ratia, at PA V N Kt, tiewie o. eu, inain tireefc Ulafctcr CnfAsi6loucr's ShI. BlUabeth touftr, aRalast S tuperl jt Court, No. INt. Hugh Scott. ) PURSUANT to an order of the Superior Court of Moatu ornery eounty, Ohio, saasia tn the above ease at lie tJeeember term, iws, ami to me directed, 1 shall otter at public auction at Ute duor of the. Court tHouee, In the city oi leytv Muntfoatery eouniy, aitu aiata oi unio, on aATUHUAY, JANUAUY 21, I860, Between the hours of one and four o'clock P. M. of said day the toUowlnc oeecrtbeti Heal ihstUto, to wit: Lots no. mam (j anu ten (iwj as aes wf uaieai oa a plat of the sub-dlvtelon of part of Heetlou No. W, and part of Freionei itoetton iN. sj, lowaahlp a Mli, .,ih njouiOBiWt wuat;i vuiv. ttiaufj uj Joaejuh Baraett and othesa, and racurded in pag oi riat Dtxisi . , - . - - . - Said proertr Is to be sotd. ea a jtvlgmentla favor OI aatauein stouuer, a;aioa( nu-ju cstxi. The above Lots ere npiisrniaed ai m) - eaeh, as-i oanuot be eold for Was than two-thirds ol the ap' praised value. 1 orma ol Btit-MO. . N. B. JORDAN. Master Comnlafioner, Sup. Court, M. Co., O. JoaiAH ia itMiA, Att'ya mt Pi1 if. 0itVtwpda.wi4Aoo THE GREEN BOOK. AwWrfrl''-l'aat PubliahaJ, 150 Pa. Prlc 25 Ctoti ON 8INULK nnnsawtr ANU MaRRIKU ttKK; or THK IHH l'lTUTKS Of M AHRIAUm Ite latent, Obitaa Uoai. aTtiksi Phvctoal and Leeal OisMjtATaiialioisa. tin imtloaal UMtinent ai all prlvato dueeeea in both eeaes, ee To which ie adtied a poetioai eeear esU Ued't ALjiJrsKiiJu or the art ol haviag aad rearusg beauthul aad healthy ahUdraa," y ikt Uie s-at J. cuLvaewnuu, ajej.,ai. t. Sent fra of poeiae. by the Publi there, Chas. Ki.itsit: a Co.. Bon 41. New oj. or iiUl a Ce. Whoieeale Agenla. Hi MtfA Me Vvihv- Asrwiaals. WsaJ-aUd S V C f W aasUts . Also, Ghath, aa em tract aad saaapleof the above, entttledt LM. l ULVhkWMLL a LtCTUKk. oa the rational traataient ol apermattirrhoea aad private dlseaeae geaetaily, deUuluig the ateans by which invauoe may enuutuaiijr cute usetsasMivee wunvui the use oi dstjuerou sae4ictuce, and at but little e- peuae to toeiuaelvese. aeut tree by tnail in a ee ure eaveiupe.ou uc reoeipt ui im etoiap, to piepay post age, ty auresMiug CIIAS. KIJNK A CO. JrWWe,wf V ark City, Don't Freev-o in Winter! i PltiTtir)T Bntl ttteftm Pipe Fitter, - - No. 63 Jbf RRSOU BTRKKT, ABOVS Tl 1 1; 1, DATTOCT, OHIO. , ,, ti'eii a rWnW( (T Ill's nily Imt'' A a short time !. O. wouht taae thla oenaaln n-f electing one from among a score ol letters he re ceived rroai gentlrinen fur whom he did wuik In his former plaee of realdeneer - . Fot Wave, Jan., April Snlh.lHftft." , Having had oeeaelen tn ua the eervlcea of a pluinber, I waa Inlrulmed to sir-Ogdvn, a gentle man who had Just arrived In rtnr city: 'Ibejoli that waa tohedon wa. very difficult, and required the nlceat kind ol meihanl.m. j am li.ipy to add that the work waa performed to tiy entiie .nt l.fac tlon, and aa a m.tcr of his art, I take plraiurein recommending him to tny felln tr.wiitinrn. 1 . , i , I'llll.o Illi.UKKV. . H would also take the prtt llrero of glvlrit fine among eeveral reeummerulatioas he has ru!ved l alnoe hia residence here i He. tigdew has don cnaaideraM work In the' : plumbing line in my house, which la very iitrini-- . i.H. toufiu. ' Da vor, Aug. to. IMS. Pumps, Baths, Water ClosctsViit'. i Wash-Staiuls, , ,,.,. fund and R'poirrd, ar.H on (Ae ihnrteii tiottig,. , ana moil rertnontitilr trrmn 'A MO A large niianllty nr lllieail FfMu.A : Well and CI.H-tu l'uiuii.i-l eei U'-eut-i l n j,, , are warranted not to trri-rr ,r, In H'iii. i' l'.,nr.'' Corta of all klnda, auch aa VatJ.-Muui, Uju, M -tar and steam cnclia. Ti till., r Killi nil kii.dk of Plumbers' llrni. Work. t, I. ; '? Mr. u. h jut w, ivr , nn. t', r 'i it i M' i 'i i pipe of ail kind, to whirti bo faffleri.-.,'! . ' i i Attention f tho.a Hl.o iii.iif-Hoik it, .J , , All kind, of rtxfit. et'iilr ni. 1 li ilii. tVn"()li paid tor Old fi.ppir, (,,. I .satt ' and Pewter. Ttt , , -. , i decis-tr New Supply-- nolidays! JUST RECEIVED AND IN PRIME OltDISK. I 3d Buses Raisini. .. 10 i do do ' ' ' ' ' M do - do , . i 11 Drums Sultnna Raisins, I U bl. ants Currants, . .- .. , J Bbls. Dried Apples, " t 4 do Peaibes, Id Sacks Peanuts, nxs Srotch JJcrring, 1 Bbls. Soft Shell Almonili, 1 Bbl. Pereon Note, 1 do Filberts, SO Boxes Fire Craekert, II Ilbie. Crnnberrios. Goodwin's Pine Cut Chewing Tobacco; In tnree Pacaacea. Klne Clear.. Finnriiul iinniiumin. dtea, anil a magnificent lot of Goods, ex nrc.lv flip THK HOI.1UAIM. . . . ' , W. II. Itmndenbursx A- f'n.. dsou NO. too, THIRD ru i r. ELEGANCE IMPROVEMENT KUNZ&JOSSE. Darbers& Hair Dressers, JEFFERSON ST., NEAB SECOND, tJAVINQ CON'rilDERABLY KNLAKO'I) adding extra furniture and many conveiiirnces, and - ro.j v.i iMvimiva mr wa auijestrui pruae outlon of the busineBa, they now otlt-r to tbe pul'llc one of th beet barber shops In th eat. They leel confident that in tb matter of HAIR CUTTING AND DRESSING, They ean give better aatlsfaatlon than any olhcr Slaoe. Very particular attention paid to outline Anil reeling hair in any style desired, and .ii.i.n..,, guaranteed. anampooning permrraed la a very superior mat nerj Hair and WhlskeiB ded, and Wat rmiti-d Io not Injur th eomplexloa, the beard or hair. Thev have a Haib Tiikic. which wilt eauac ti c hali to grew abundantly. PERFUMERY, BOAP, &C , Of the beet qualities kept on hand and furnlshr.I nt the most reasonable ratea. Thankful for oaat nalronairn. the. tnvitn tlauauee of the public regard. decK-liml Meat & Provision Market, 83 MAI STltrr.T, 0KB DOOR SOUTH OK PHILLIPS HOUSE, DATiTOII, OHIO", v FHESU MEAT, TlIRKKVr3, CIIICIvEXH, to., toeelber with (i.imc of all kinds duilnirtlio Seaaon, Uufter, Km and Vegetahlea, Iresb. auu tn bt th eountry ahor.la, aa be obtained at JONES', 83 Main St, 1 door couth of I'ltiillips Hi umi, AND ADJOINING TUB JOURNAL Ot'FICK, Tbe bast suta ef Beef at -. OKLY 8 CENTS PER POUND Kt-Al! la want ef an.thlnr In the Meat. PkiiIito or Provision Hue, can be accaiumiulateil by li Kviuu ordere. ALBERT JOMis. deoia-dtrn a , ; , Masailon Coal, AT IS CENTS FEB BUPH CAMBRIDGE IvVll" ' At 12 tcnl J'tT IJusli. HOCKING VAlTeY COAL, . ,'. AT 13 CKNT3 VER HU3II- Sawed and Split V7ood, DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. t" Orders left at J. Hi nick's, eor. JerTrra end ; Market, at W. 8. Archer's, oor. fith auj V nm-, or atmyotflee, on 1st it., opposite Cwnjule ll. uie, promptly bllei. P. H. COLB, figent, decli GREAT BARGAINS . - in suitable noon.s " ' For the Holidays: rPHE UNUEUSKiXED OFtEK8 HIS X atii stock of Goods at PUBLIC AUCTION. , - The saia will eoameace on the aOTH DAY OF DECEMBDH, 1859, ATI O'CLOCK IN THE AFTKRNOON. And eoatinue natll all le told. All the roods h odNfms have leeo bouRbt partUularly lor tbe retail irauvi isyriuv Rtuoiiun mnrKfi. net-it mat in yuur mind. Iheetoea uosn prises a fine lot of JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS! SUl M AS Gold tnd Rilver Watchea, OoM, Feb, Vcet aad uunra Cbaios, biUer ditto, liold l.ook-- eta, iinoeacU. Necklaces, Ladies v UurttV Ureastpina. btuds. Har iimics, Sleeva Buttons, Fini-er Rinrs, Ladles' Porrn-on" aales, Gent's ditto, Pocket t 'utlery, I Minw t ae aud Canter, 1 H ueic Cioua which ptays vte pt2re,and Clocks of VetrloMt) Kinds. All these roods will be sold without reserve. Store on Main st., opptuiite Mai ket House, o. lutf. C. RUTP. ineri shall hereafter attend exclusive'- to repair ing aad Jobbing. : dia-itt ST. CHARLES, JeSt-raoB St., bt't ween 9I und al, II B ECKEL'S HEW BUIXDXMO, DAYTON, O. C. BAEBRINO, Proprietor. RESTAURANT AND BARM! ' 1 MEALS AT ALL HOUKSI Rooms for Parties alwats ready. Accommotla- tlons for Transient Boartlere. ino Bar IsfurpUk ed with the twt Wlues and Liquor. n. 1 . narnriiiK wi'i aioue aiirna inenii(i- tied bueiaesaolUie rveeut ttrsa of Lanitre a Btlriiig. Oeeia-u c. IfAt.bHiKU. , . , FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Ladies' Heavy Calf-skin ; $ ii o i: s: AT OIKB OOLLAIt'VER PAIR 1 1 ' N. P. DOUULASa Jt CO., 76 Main st. dealt FOR EXCHANGE! ANexeelieat Farm In Lwrenoe e unty, (IlinoUt 'i will be ecrined (t city 1'ropwity. it lu oueailtOaVoav a tailroad stattoa, (O, M H. R ) Ime about too Sjoree utataWr euitivatwua. ts'ood Uwaliug . Houava of 8 ir-LWUiB. Alo. Uir- other atuali dwell-, i Inajtoa tne preniisee- parn anuoiner oui-oumnufS. Tnwaeodefodat about what the impravenitMiia ooett1 ' rt . i UAS. K. CLAhhK, f,, deeM " ; riefJVuiuiAtgtThtfUk .