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XX t.
olabi, editor rmormiKTOR.
fcaturdar Evening, Oa. XT, 1B3.
A lantern
CTBMdiae tUr a Ery fift-su -
fS.For lrol, Telegraph. o4 lbt
matter f inter! eatj leforMHion, ie
FifMl tnd fourth rj(M.
Not Exactly.
Th Dayton Journal pretend to think
thai r ar to an "awkward " Tor aajlng
thai Mr. Vallaadiftbaai la hia pok "toe
administration groan in rirn U la
ry in tha Urritoriaa, la aooordanoa with
opinion ha baa el way tiprtteei.''
It seem that, yetterUy, la tha Boaaa,
Mr. Vallandigham aorraatad tha raportar,
atating that la hla tpeeeta, ht had taid aath.
lag about slavery la tha territories. Wail,
what of thai? Wker la tha awkward CxT
A Correction Expected.
Tha Dayton Gatette imm to aadarsUnd
that Mr. Vallandigham, la ipeaking of tha
north," had rafarenoa to Ohio and tha
Wut Pray, Mr. Gaaatta, did yoa raad tha
talagraphio raport of tha Dayton Journal, or
of tha Cinoinnati paparaT If yoa raad only
tba garblad raport of tha trat, yoa ara o.
what axouaabla, aad will, witheal doabt,
oorraot yonr etaUmeot that Mr. Vallandig
ham bad inaultad hia aonatituaata. .
Gets Things Mixed.
Tha Dayton Journal ay that tha
ay get a tvp of Oh la Repnbliaaniaia Iran
Corwin't pea" thai "Ooraia Uuly npns
ihu not auly tha euinmoa ataaa of tba Baa
publican party la Ohio, bat that of a large
portion of tba Democracy-."
Wa would lika to know wbarat Doaa ha
"represent Ohio Rspnblicaaian' in danonneing
Brown, and la favoring a fugitive tiara lew?
And don ba aptak Demoerati iw whaa ha
dtnooacaa popular ovrigoty t
Coma, naw, naigbbor, that la laying it on
too thiak in a town that tapporta daily prayar
meeting's.
English Military Preparations.
- Step have baaa taken raaantly in London
for tba formation of a Rifla Brigada to
oo n Lit of Irithmto raiideat in that oily,
under the title of tha Iriah Volunteer Ri
fle Corpa. It iaatatod that an exoeedingly
efficient body ia likely to be formed in a
very ehort time. The application for en
rollment in the Iriah Brigade had amounted
to 700.
The enrolled member of the Inne of
Court Volunteer had met 200 atrong, to
eleot a Managing Committee. A meeting
in the city of Weatmi otter bad been held
for the purpoee of Riflemen. The Time
contain a long letter, urging the efficiency
of a corpe, a volunteer eavalry.
The Regietrar General, in hi late report,
f that the youth of a aountry ara grow-
5 at euoh a rate a to add a battalion to
' strength every few day.
"What Are You Doing."
Tbi important enquiry waa addraued to
m a few week ago by 'on who wae untver
lly known and retpeelad by the oldeat aa
well aa nearly all tha younger eitiien of the
Miami Valley. He waa a man of great energy,
iaduttry, and enterprise, and bad a vaat
amount of intelligence aad practical, good
common aenie. In 1805, when only about 31
yean of age, he in company with a companion
from hia neighborhood in Pennington, New
Jeraey, Abijth Hunt, eet out on horaeback to
explore lb ia western country. After eroeaing
tba rugged Alleghaniee, and eiploring the
Miami Valley, they pitied down South la New
Orleane; but no part of the South or Weal
aeeml o inviting aa tha apot where Dayton
now standi, and to thia place our traveller res
turned and took up hi permauent abode. Hie
first night wai patted at a log tavern where
all the beda were engaged, aud ha wat Decent
rily compelled to uke hit taddle for a pillow
andtlerpon the floor. In tbia way tha firat
night wat patted in Dayton by tha late Horatio
O. Phillip for of him the reader will per
eeive we are writing; a gentleman who ha
for more than half a century taken a leading
part in laying broad and deep tba fouadation
of our mighty wettern empire. Hit lut wordt
add rented to ut, Wbtt ara yoa doing?" we
bulily replied to, tod patted on, little think
ing at the time that we ahould never behold
him again ; but how aolemo and important
thote wordt now appear to ut, not beceute they
were uttered by a gentlemen of great eater
prite and wealth, but becaute we had known
him aa a friend, from our earlieet reeollaetioa,
to all who were engaged in developing the re
aonrcee of the Miami Valley.
Mr. Phlllipa had taken an active ptrt from
the time be located in thie beautiful valley
until hie death, in improving ita town and
country, and no man waa mora aueeeeefel in
all hia undertakinga. He alwaya kaaw what
ha wat doing and the retulte of hi I abort are
to be aeen in every direction.
Reader, "what ara you doiag?" Are you en
gaged at aome uteful, booeet employment, cel.
culated to promote the welfare of aociety , or ara
you idling away your time at plaoea of cause
nieott Do yon spend your eveniuge at home
with your family, alriving to teach th. at la,
toot of morality and virtue? Art you eagagetl
at thie time in eueh punuilt aa ara heat adapt
ted to improve your temporal aod ipiritotl
welfare? Have you a juet eoneeptioe of the
many obligaliona that you are uader to your
forefather!, to your country aad to Gad, for tba
inheritance of thia fruitful, beautiful vallev.
and the freedom yoa enjoy? Or ere you plow
ling mitchier, aud willing to tacrine every
principle for lb aaka of office? Do you fully
understand tha price that wae Dtid for four lib.
en let, and the improvement of the country in
which you live? Ia your tima employed in
lounutof pleaaure, or at the gaming table, atri
viug to kill time, soul and body, or are vol
aerkiug out the poor and trying to relieve their
wantaT Hive you any idea of bow much good
yau may be able to do for your fellow man?
Do you vint tba widewa aod the fatharleee ia
their affliction, and relieve their wante thia
old weather? . Are you a man blaaeed with
thie world'e goode, aad aad do you take plea
are in giving employment to luaee who tied
it? Or da you lake advantage of the necetaltie
of your neighbor, aod grind tha face jtf- tha
poor? ... - . :
What arm yoa doing? The old pteaaere wore
great work era. Nicholas Long worth. Jne. N.
O. Schenck and Horatio G. Phillip, all earn to
thie valley from New Jeraey, poor youug bmu)
but they were early taught habile of industry and
economy, tier habile they brought with them
aad never loot eight of then, few men ia any.
country have gained greater wealth. Long-,
Longworta and Schenck still survive. Who
re to Uke the place of lhaee old pioneer,
aad what ara they doing? , .
WhtNov? Ily the way, sine) to piaoh
being don for tbi lirowa family, aaka
th Journal f Commote, why to no effort
aad for the widow Doyle, whoa husband
and two bildra wer mrtiir4 ia eold
blood by lirowa wbil ' in Kan, a
charged In bor recent letter to bimf
"What Are You Doing." The New Congress.
We preterit herewith a perfect we beleive
the drat perfect VA pti Metnberej of, tbe
present Oongrete. tlri Jllouee ie entirely
full, two vaeaneiet whinh. were creitod by
th death of the Mentheee flntt Vliovi, hav
ing been filled Vf ipecial leclwii There
ara teveral vacincie la th Senate, canted
by death and failure to elect, all of which
will doubtleo b filled at aa oarly day.
: . Th doubt which (till hang over th
th organisation of th House will cause
list of tti member to b widely ttruttntatd
wtthlntmtt:
XXXVITH CONGRESS.
XXXVITH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION COMMENCED MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1859.
SENATE—SIXTY-SIX MEMBERS.
John a. BrmUnrtJtt, of Ktaeaekr. Pnudea. em-
I Bevanunane, (IB eMBMev.l wm lumii If stoma;
M; Aaa.rlelni (In Hta uahtil. ; VantKtee 4;1o
Ml ee. The Sgu bh.r eeet ftenator't naaae oe
! Ibe year vrhee ht terra aiytrel.
.. ...
ILAtAUt.
BVwJ. Fltspiutrk.
eat. ClemeMO.CIiiJr.
ai
tmi. ttnberl W. nknia.
teat. Wm. K. IKbeelUa.
rLiroieik.
IBei. Wllllia, M. otn.
iaea.j VMneT.
roeweiTirT.
laayttu S Aeler.
tee. Jam IHn.
HUVlll.
IffiS. Jimea A . HiTird.
lee, wilier Heltbarj.
VUIIIBA.
last. Dtvil L. Vete.
ItUl. ateahea K. Millavjr.
eeoteu.
m. A1fr4 Ivenna
IKW. RatMrt TffOmM.
auanu.
lfJ1. Zym TrmMt.
IHta. jHlephea A. DoufUl.
IMbl.tA.
IMI. Crahaal .t. tltck.
leal, Jeia II. BrifM.
IOWA.
IMI. J(tmM B'trtan.
IHt. Jnmm W. (VrlMMt.
vivaiMrwr.
IWt). Jeflereoe ltavll.
IMU. Albarl U. Brewa.
liennat,
lflnl. Jiwn H. (ireea.
IfiX Tauuei Polk.
Rvw atlrenii.
IV fcraM atrt.
int. Jrt r. Hlt.
"ww vntl.
11. WUliarn UHmrard.
m. Prmlvn A a.
M1W JRR.1T.
IHt. lobe K. Thoeireoa.
IHU. VeA C. Tm Kok.
rnlTR r.ioLiNi.
IMI. ThomiA I,. I'llnfrnia
UWi. rllwnM Bra.
onto.
Oeorire K. Pnih.
IHU. M-wmln r. Node.
ISO.
lent. Joseph Lane.
leu.
IVaeajtrr.
PtlHATLVAHIA.
111. WllllAfu Bul.r.
lHbj. oVnmna Oiiii.Fea.
inoee iiIiahb.
JiimM y. Mmmtmt.
It. Mmry B. Ambmf.
BM-TB CABOT.tMA.
Jibm H. luitieiend.
IHtl. Jlmee OrH-nlniA. jr.
Ttnnit.
Andre JolinAAe.
inki. A. o. p KIcButeea
TV I AA.
IMI. I Vi,-ejtrv.l
15. ejobn W. eJ.hll!.
VBIBONT.
last. on liollamtr.
1W3. Sotoman fooi,
VlteiHlA.
IWa .jAAMS M. MlAOB.
1RS1. JnMt i. CiiTreeeie.
ITU. Lter W. Powell.
U1'telAeA;
Ml Jnkl Klldeat.
IrtU. JiuUk V. tleeiaailB,
MAtHB.
MHO. llitmmibai OxrWln.
uei. ' H'ba. P. ntmdm
H.M.I NT, ATT.
im. CAorlee Mnawi
ABILAIB.
1111. Jtaiet A. Petre.
Ahtbobv Kskbbwv
ICMIBAH.
la. xVH-AortnA ('VffwUer.
ItMVlloton M. 1. lUDter.
wieromiiB.
UiA. Jutmt ft. ItoottttU.
IBPIAOTA.
1113. lUorT M. Rle
1H63. ' f Vteenry. I
Mot BMBAotri o( iha XX
XlVlk Conreak
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—237 MEMBERS.
Reaubneioi, (Romin.l IIS: AdmlnUtrat'nn IVmn-
ertu, (iianm.) pj; Anti-ieoaipton llemoenu, (Ho.
ae ipiiiBij omeiB ABienataa, iihau, cap.
IVALB
ALABAMA.
1. 'Jam A. StaUtvrtA,
9. Jam L. Juvh.
3. ltort& Oopton,
4. iyiieaAtam Moor.
3. (Vrv A tittutton.
. IMuei . W. Oait,
7. Jatm L. M. Ourry.
ABBARaAS.
1. T.O. Mliulman,
a AUhtrt hutl.
t'AUPOBBIA.
1. CKarUt L. Hattt,
B. oA O. Bun.
COeBB.'TICITT.
1. Dwlght Loornli,
1. Jobu Woodruff,
X Alfred A. BiruktBl.
4. Drier. Perry.
BB1.AWABB.
1. William 0. Wkitlry.
PLeilBA.
1. fr'eo.VA J. Uawklnt.
eaoiuiA.
1. Ptttr t. Lot;
b. AfrWa J. Oratefcrd.
1. Ohirlea H Van Wjek.
II. V IIIIabi 8 Kanron,
U. Tharlea L Beile,
13. Abrnn B Ulln,
14. John H Keyoelde,
15. Jaaea B McKein,
W. UtoTft W Palmer,
17. vpraucla B Flilnner,
1H. ciark H Cuehran,
1. Jaaaea H Urahani.
U. Kucoe foitklliic.
fi. H Holland Lhiell,
ft. n 1.100107 Lioe.
1. Uharlea B Hoart,
V4 ChATles B Keilgwlck,
htS. Merlin Bullenlnld,
jo. -nmury n route,
n. Alfred Weill.
W. William lriue,
1U. Alfred KIT,
30. AiiKUattia Prink,
31. U Burrooglia,
Klbrldge B SpAuKllnj,
33, Keubii R r'eulou.
bortb tabolima.
t. W. N. II. BMITM,
. rAonwie gufltt,
9. R'arrYia Hiruow,
4. i O B BrameA, .
3. Johm A GiLMeR,
. Jamba M Lbacb,
7. Burton Oraig.
8. 'Z B VABTt.
OHIO.
I. '(!toro,Jl Pmdlrtm.
a. John A Gurlrjr,
i.'C L YMLinduJuM.
4. VMiat Min,
3. Jinaa M AmIiIot,
. WiUiam Uuuari,
7 Thooiaa CorwUl.
8. 'Benjamin HUnlon,
II. John Oirejr,
10. Oarer A Trimble
11. iViafla D Martin.
It. 'SamuelS Ibe
13. vjohn HhernwD,
14. Harriaon O Blike,
13 William HAlmlrk,
It. (' B I bomnklu..
3. Tbohab Uaibbmah. Jr.,
4. -i.MeN. oartrtu.
3. Join W.VmUneeod,
. Vmee Jackton,
7. Jnli'i Hill,
8. A Jon.
1LLIBOI1.
1. EllahaB.Wtihbnrne,
9. Joba B. Virnawonh,
3. Uvea LovJiy,
4. William Kel !..
3. 'haa A'. MorHt.
. John A. Mei.Urnand,
7. Jatnt O. Jtooimon,
B. fKHif B. biACe,
f. John A. Loaan.
IBD1AMA.
1. I'm. X A-IUatt,
. Wm. U. Xnvtith,
3. Wm. M. Dunn,
4, Wm. 6. Bolmam,
3. Dirld Klltore,
. AlbertO. Porter,
7. "John Q. Davit,
8. Jimee WlWon,
. HokuylerColtaa.
10. 'Chariot Cm,
1U Joba U. Palitt.
iowa.
1. Samnel K. I arlti.
. Wm. Vaudever.
KIHTVCBV.
1. 'ffemy V. Burnt.
1. dumwW 0. ftukm,
X PrabcibM. Brutow,
4. tR' C. Andrbbob,
3. John T. Broun,
. Grbbm Aoamb, ..
7. Kobbbt Ualloiv,
8. Wm. t. Stmmt.
V. I.ABAB T. MOOBB.
17. Thoa O TUeiker,
18. Kvdnej KgArtoo.
19. ekdwird WdA.
HO. Jobu Ilulchlni.
21. Jolin A BlnghAm.
OIBOOM.
1. i Loiuine &mt.
raeaavLVAMiA.
1. 'TUomut B Florence.
K Jojr Morrli,
3. John f Verree,
4. Wni Mlllward,
3. Jobs Wood,
a. tJohn Hlekmaa.
7. H C Lonrunecker,
6. JohuSekwirts,
fi. Thlddetia StTsn.
10. 'John W. Mmuh.
10. John W Kllllnxer,
11. Jamea H CanipWII,
W. George W Kcrinton,
13. tt U IHmmoci,
14. 'Galuaha A Gruw,
13. Jimol l Hill
10. Heimniln V Juukln,
17. Edward McHlioraun,
1H. Samuel K Blair,
10. 'Jobu Covode.
LOC1R1ABA.
1. S. E. Bouuubv,
9. 'Mil Taylor.
3. Thomat ti. Daridton,
BAIBR.
1. lliulal K. Homerl,
9. Johu J. Porry,
3. Kan B. Preuoh,
4. Kreeu)n H. Morse.
10. William .Vonttouury,
il. Jamea K leurrbead,
it. Robert McKnl.Ul,
a. William Stewart,
H. Chipin Hall,
43. Klljub Babbitt
3. 'lamel Waahbarnejr.,1
V. -iueuueu j. roaier.
MABVbAHD.
1. Vume A. Slowart,
9. K. II. Wribtrb,
3. fJ. M.Habbib,
4. tH. W. IlATia,
3. Vveo M. J-untJ,
, 9torgt W. Huahl.
MABRACMt-'BRTO.
I. Thomma U KUtolt,
9. Jtmee Butnnun,
3. Chirlefl f Adima,
4. Alexiuder H Klce,
3. Anion BurltniBie,
. John B Alley,
7. Daniel W tiooch,
8. Chirlea R Train,
9. Kit TuAy.r,
10. Cnarloe Llelino,
II. Hanry L Dswea.
MICHIOAB.
1. f Ooorot B Oootur,
9. Heury Wildron,
3. Prucla W Kelloee,
4. DeWlll C Leich.
MIBBB80TA.
1. Tymi Al.lrlch,
8. William Wludom.
MiBaiHtrei.
1. Luciu4 J O Lamar.
9. ul-n bavi;
3. William BarttdaU,
4. 'OiAo B HinulMun, ,
, 'John J Mckat.
ittaaooil.
1. ty AHoAard Barrett.
9. Thouvu L Andtnon,
t. 'John B CUrt,
BUOOa I1LANO,
1. Chrlatuiihar Koblnaon,
. Wa 1) Brayton.
aOUTW CABOLIHA.
1. 'JoAn JfcOnMH.
. WmfJliU,.
3. Lavrtnc4 M Xitt.
4. Jf L Bonlum.
3. John U Atnmm.
. H m J Boyc.
TBMNBeail.
1. T A K Nilaob,
a. HoBArt MavbaKO,
1. R B BlAlaot,
4. W B Biolia,
3. Robbbt Battob.
6. (ime H Tkfna.
7. VoAn V WriaM,
6. J M UCAIABl,
(. B Ktbiiidob.
10. Wm TAttry,
TBIAB.
1.' John U keaoan.
A J JJamitton,
VK.1MONT.
1. KaektelP Walton.
. Ju.tUii! Motill,
3. Houer B Koyve,
VIBOIMIA.
L MK U Oarnttt,
. J(tkna MUUon,
.(.' Jtyanutu,
i. H'gr A fryor,
3. r.moe J Jf.wer,
t. BlMon T took.
7. 7om Smuk,
S. A R BOETLKB,
. JoA. T iku vU. '
. on we jraa.
3. AuBwel H Wo
. 'John S Phelut,
7. John W Joell -
bbw BAHpama.
1. Gllmin MantoB,
9. 'MaioB W Taa,
9, Tkomaa M. Edwirdl,
BBW JBBBBV.
1. John T Nixon, .
9. J L N Stralton.
10. jimm( UUnunt.
11. 'Alotrt UJmtint,
It. llenry A KiUnumo,
13. AllHrt H Martin,
wmuoMaiB. .
1. John V Potter,
C 0 Wubburue,
X C'AartAt ULarakM.
3. 'Cartel B Adrian,
v. vurn a n 1 1 1
3. William Pennington.
BBW VOBK.
1. Luther C Cirtev,
9. Jamea Ueeatikrvy,
3. 'bwniel BSiejHee. .
4. 'Thomat J Barf
3. 'UUliamB Maclau,
I 'John Cochran,
7. George Brlgva,
8. Hence Kclirk,
I. JakaBUaikl a.
DELEGATES.
BAHBAI.
1. MarruA i Pirrolt,
BRRBABlA.
t tJrAu4rooAt
. mbw aii k e.
L 'Miyuei A Otero.
UTAH,
1. Wm B Hooper.
WABBtNOTOB'
1. leaac J titteene.
Members of Iks lut now, f Seiti contested.
THE CHEAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
81ft JAMBS OLAKKE'S
Celebrated Female PUI-v
Prtpmrtd frm m freteriptHm Sif J. CUrks
, PhyicUm EeUrrdinmry f tJu Qumji.
Thtl lnvttlUaVblamtldfaieltkia tjlsfatllnar latkaMiM.
all IhtM p.uful and daAgrou 4tiau to wliioJt
tba4KiotUBtItUtlOa U BUbJH!t, It WawtiarAteM
i.ouea mil rMOTei i obatrucUou a. andaauecd
our a aay tea raliad oa.
TO MARRIBP X.AMB9 L
Hit peeultirlv tutted. It will, la abort time. hrln.
oa th monthly oarwd with regularity. . -
B.BOB BAMAAV, VH UUWinW, Br tOO fiOVem-
Ait itiBoo( Gnat Britain, to prevent eouatevaut.
UAUIIVN. .
THB1B PltXt IHOOfcl BOT BB Villi iVtltf.l.H
obbimo tub PIHBT THHKB KOKTH r Paao.
BIAOB, BUT AT ABB STIUTIB1 KIT ARE 1AB.
la til eaeet oi nervooi aaa buiobi ArreetloBs
Blata the Bee tad Llmbi, Petltueoa BllehteB1
Hon, Palultettoa of th Heart. Hveterle nan
lAklAMa IhM. PI Ha wrniW JtM a L 1 1 -. . -
mBi have (al ledi tad Bltbouah a powarfnl remedv'
do aoteontaiB Iron, eelomel, aatlmony, oranytulna'
kurtlultothi eomtttutloa.
rulldlreettoni la theutmpkleteroandeaeh neok
ei, whtck Ihould he eiletully preMrved.
Sole aient I,r tne unlteevttite and Canada,
JUB MOoJOMLaU I. C. Baldwin l'o.,) -tWeheatar,
Mew-Yoraj
N. 11.00 and lis noitu ittinm neloed ta
aayauthorltd Agaot, will lature a kottl. eootain
ABUT w uiiia, vy wAii,
fold la UayUn by
W. W, likW
VAltT.aad WALTER KBL80.
my 14
OHAO. B. CLAnn:i3.
It liAL KSTATK
! GEN I. It A i AGKNT.
WITX boj arid awll on (iummlMtnn Keal
Kitteofill kin. la, llnnda, Land Wtrrinte,
NoHf. Molt Alee. h. nuke eollecttoni aeid nffo
tlate Inane. Will Itx-ale lJtnd Warrants, In. ore
nronrty reaaonatile ritee In ool reaionalMe
Com pan la, aad a rel ttjeaeyaa eeBAmleBtee
li"No ehtrf nnleei til la made.
Oflloe with T. . Brntth , tieq.i '
Cleta'i PulKhm, Thlrditreet
FOK TRADE.
81VIRAL HOUSBA AND LOTfi AND SMALL
FARMS,
UOR part mnn and pnrt wild Innd, or
For Sale Cheap.
rPHK KwidanoA of K. Anann Mor, on
J- rwMond itrvt, aaar Firry, ta tfara. at m bar
gain. If appitoailon la Mada ioon.
Tlili la on of tha mit Oriirnhla plMa la the
city. Tha houM la Unr. and furnlahad with avtr
eonvaalanca. lt.au.ra u(
CHAS. K. CLARK
no SO Clrfi'a BuiMtng, liUtt.
Wanted,
AN Improved Farm, for which (food Cin
elnnatl projwrty.oD Revoeand Dattaatraatawlll
ba axAhaiif ei, iuuuirt; of
CHAS. C. CLARK IE,
noTlO Haal tt Agant, d ikraat.
Graduated Lands.
THK unJer(.itnad ia prepared to obtain
Patent for ail paraona holding dupllcaltMi foi
GratluateU Laadt, on which Fatanta have not been
rao?iva.l.
Tha re3rat atatainent of tha Dttpartment that all
antrica on which pitUnta ara not delivered will t
flaooUd, renden It ol theuttnoat importance ihat
partia ahould aur liieir titlca by olitaloiog pt
autg.or they will Inevitiil'ly lo their land.
Fartl. a lettving their dupllcattw with me for what
Curpoae, will be uhanced nothing uuleaa J ucv-ae!
obtaining their patenta.
OoU CHAS. K CLAHKK, Agont.
FOR & ALB t
AHANDSOMK KK811)EaCK, one mile
weit of Harton, an tha rlt.ga overlooking the
the cl'jr, with upweida oi ft ur aorea of land.
Tha ground la well atookid with bvarlng frutt
treea, graeat atrawberriea, ratteri'la, ko., and
plenty ui ahrulbery, Houac two-atory, eiffht rooma,
in guod aondltion, large cellar, and outbuilding!
An attractive place,
Tereimreaaouatle. CHAS. C. CLARKK,
ae,)ti CI egg a Building, l atreet.
21 Dollars an Acre!
FOK a good Karin in Oarke County, 6 toilet
north eaatof Union olty. 74 aerea under good
oultivatlon, balauce good timber; rich black aoil.
Frame home of U rootni hautnoniely altusted, aod
aurroundel by aiocmt rove. kooo dame barn.oorn
erlb,atable. jnd other out buiuinga iiood baiving
Orchard with all kindi of fruit.
Tula la a great bargain.
CHARLH.1 E. CLARKF,
aug to. Raal Katate Agnt, Cleng'a Building.
FINE FARMS!!
CITY FliOPEUTV
WILL BE TAKEN I -IN
PRAT PAYMBNT.
1 O ACRES, aix mile from tbe City, be
. t-'.,w'en the llrant nil Villey Turnpikes, and
two tsllei from Knclilj'a Mllli. tuaerel uuderoul
ttvattun,bilAnce kuou timber.
IOC ACKE8 excollcnt land In Shelby
i-Uw oountv, 4v mUee lron sldnev. nd lu
mlleifrom FurtJcUerKui; lootcrei uuder cultlva-
iou, Diiance Boon limber, ilrcnard of iralted
fruit, good fraoie houa, tiara, itnbl, torn crtb,
Kraniry, ho. Three good iprlDifi aud a good well.
A very deiirable place.
ALSO:
4)t () ACKES in Hancock county, near a
AyLt a KAtlroad itttton, good houae and best
quality of land, luo tcrei Improved.
ALSO:
FIXE Suburban property In full view of,
and hindaomely overlooking the city. Those
hiving property to exchange wtildad It to their In
terest tooU upon
CHARLES E, CLARK,
lugg. Clegg'i Building, ad St.
Laud, Land.
1 WOULD call attention to Land now of
feredtoexahange for City Property or Gooda,
located aa follow:
OHIO Shelby, Rosa, Allen, Defiance, Henry.
Fulton, Darke and WlilUniaCountiee.
INDIANA lUndlph,WelU,Wabaah, Stark,
Jaaper, Fulaikland Lake Countia.
ILLINOIS Lawrt-bee, Kichlaud, Crawford
and Jaaier Count lea.
MISSOUHI Cbariioii,Wttbington,Madiaoo
' Ripley, Reynold, Oregon and
Shaunon Couatiea.
IOWA -Scott, Buchanan, buoue, Cedar and
Van Buren Couotlea.
MINNESOTA Dakota, lUmst-y , Itice.ScoU
and iUcLeoti Counttef,
Tba above are choice Inud. and will beexchansed
oa the moat desirable terms on application to
CHAS. K. tLAHKK, '
Jvd Cletrg'a Building, Third atreet.
FARMS,
TWO UANDOaMK and highly Improved
farraa. lying anout 4 mllri norih nf the oltv, 76
aorea each. CH Y FKOVKHi V wtU ba takau In
part payuient. AL"U,
940 acrea In Hfineock County, not far from the
county eat, and tnree fourths of a wile Iron, araii
road station, loo acres improved, bidMiioe excellent.
ttmlMjr, Very Hue Uud, aud w ill be oid at a bar
gain. ALSO,
iKuaereiona mile north weatoi Union City, well
impruvtidi a oreek ruuuLng tiirouKii the crutre,
never faillna waur.lame barn, xood bear in or.
chard, aprtuga, Ac.
M acres In Darke oountv. oart .rood timber: rood
land, a No. I barn, valnted. rood bouse, ai.ooo
down, balance on long time.
A number of other farmavarlouilv located and all
very obeap, Wnether with a large amount of Ueaira
ble oity property of ever) description.
jyi VtlAO. 1 lahkb, aant.
Farms. -
944 ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
v X i ner. on the O. a M. R. R..ont hnmireMi mpm
Improved, the remainder timber olgood quality,
utDiri, eliuf tni i.
There are two good Dwelling Houieaonthfprem
laea.uonrenlent out-houaea, aud in the midst of a
good settlement.
This farm is uttered at the low price of $12 per
a ore, being much leaa than ita value. For sale by
' Real Estate Agent, ad atreet.
City Property DcKirabiv U evi
dence:
IclTer for enle on reasonable terras, a
newand handaoma reildenoa osHtl atrMit. k.
low Ferry.
The Houaa la large andeommoiliouB, with all the
modem lmiirovementel ami nnnviiinna- ia Mnui,,
locted,andtn a good neighborhood Will be .old
cheap, Uapplleatlon Is madeaoun.
CHAS. E CLARKK,
Real Ritate Agent, C'legga Building.
mh8
FOR SALE CHEAP.
ACHES, on the River Hoacl, near tbe
- . ....... ... i nuiei iron Tlie city;
mm mine huuse and italile, choice fruit vlaei,
- i ".'.v piBve wr n uarueo imi.
. . CUAB. al. tLAKKB,
" Third Itreet.
T AND WARRANTS 1J0U0HT A SOLD
1 J .triMl.n.M . - . 1 . ...
.... ....... . 4uulnDD, or locaieii in Iowa.
Kaniat, NeUriala, or Minoiirt, b, '
. . l-HAS. K CLARKE,
B " ' Thlrd.treet.
ARE YOU INSURED
T AM Ready to take rieks for eoletantiitl
A. ooniiiKinea, In the city and couutry favorhle
terma. I repreieBt the followlnir eompinlei, aod
can furnlih bbiI refreucel her to the reliabili
ty of eltUer;
aMERCUANTS'.
Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital, $200,000;
Manhattan - Fire . Ins. Co,
(IH00EFOBATED 1121.)
OFFICE, n. .,. Wall tit., I. V.
CASH CAPITAL, .
9250,000.
84123,000.
CASH SURPLUS,
Irving Fire Insurance Co.
nunnnpnniTvn im ... .
OFFICE, No. , Vull aire i-t, W. Y.
OA.BH CAPITAL, $200,000.
CHAS. K. CLARKE, Asent,
Clean'! iluil.llui,Ual.
aufsa
.6 elieet atar mill letter paper.
u " " . " cute . . .
6 " ludiet gilt edge note paper.
" " BJuortei) colured note. ,
. 0 fin iteel pen and bolder. . i ' .
B, 1 aheet fine blotting paper.
24 adhesive enelopee, assorted oolors.
all for 'la cent.'
W. H. CALXKNDER,
Wholtsale Htationer, 1'ayUjn, O.
ieaBAffenta wanted in everv nntiniw tn
Indiana. , , . . .
LEMONS, 25 boe Krenoh Leinoo, in
prime enter, Jattraeatreit. - ' -aufl
B. f. B.H0.
In 3 Fieia-aileatly i rigiitl
OLD STAN I FRESH GOODS!
J. Ai MI NICK,
COBNKU Oe JKKFERflON KUUKT,
DiTTOw, OHIO, .
HAVIM) NUllKIMI OH l ANTI .MI'Rcn'SMRNT
IB hiaei.nA riomt, and replenteTied hla llreAdy
larire lloeS, with heavy idrilllum of Freah Uon.ll,
he la preinrtMl totupply the eommtinlty h.tter thee
erer with ereiy thin BeedM In th Uroeery end
Prodtie line. He ran and will furnHh eret I thin
In the trad, of tie btt quality, at la loweit
Utah prlt.. . . ,
His .tH'B In fart cnitiprtar.
OUHAB8 AND MOLASBBS.
ee Hbd.. HHrne an t'holre N. o. eugit.
10 BOIt, t'ni.hul Bui,r, ehnlns X X.
I Peteilered ' tt "
I u-inulatrd Suffer, rery nnd.
I V Kerlned t'nlfee tmrar a oholte artleM, and
' a ereal aax-orlte.
I Bbll. I... I.Ira Kynin, drlpplnirs from Lot!
iil;ar, and a eholo artlol.
fa Befell. Ooldeo Ityrnp. stra ale,
ie t HiBr Hons Hyruv.
a K. o. Mulaaaea nre erop,
COFFBBS.
e eka Hie Oofw o. I iiarr.
I " Java " extra.
I t' Hantue" l new article.
KerT kind and ttillty of Teae that ar deelred.
MidUEULAPlUOUkV
lUitlni, riRB, Ourranli, Hne.1 rrarbea, Apple,
Tohaeeo, CliAra, Wood and Willow Wire, (juoeni.
wirrs ( 'rookery, Ae., ko., and a lata variety toe
BUtnvrnui to nientton.
leelln truly (raleflil fbrthe raryllherel ptmn
he h aa nlvel trom the ettlsene of Dayton and
aurroundln country, he deelrea to hire them eon
tlnu, leelliif sure that he can now better thin erer
heretofore, ilAth nuhlla.
Me tleairee ttie ieople to eall helOr purchasing
eleewhere, aa h offert luperlor toducmeutt.
norut-iid
THOMAS B. TILTON
Attorney at Law and Notary Publio,
DAYTON, OHIO.
ftHE HKALTH OP THS llNllKRalONICD HAV
i In Imuroved. he will eoniinu ii.a i.n.n.a
hie proreaslon nenernlly, Intlila city and county.
rtn rni uiiaineaa entrusted to mi ear will re
ceive prompt ittenttnn.
Virtteular attention will be paid to th rereelo
ture of morUtaeei. and th collection ol AlAka.A
rtpeetil itteutlou will be alio paid to ,
Couvcruncinir. ,
Of every deaerlptlon, end the Kaailnitloa of laid
title! in "outeomery count) , a brwch ol the hual
nee. In which hi ha bid torn twenty jean' ex
perience. oitloe i In Gorman's Bulldlag, Third slret, be-
"-ab aaaa tiuu VliarraVL'Ui
TUt)S. H. T1LT0N.
deel-dAwtf
J. 1 l.OYKir
Ko. al,rroiiia,irct ioutli side,
MANUFACTURER AND DKALKR IN
TIN.COPPEU& SHEET IRON
Work of 2 very Kind.
Copper, Brass, Ennmclled and
Sucar Kf KlfH.
METALLIC R00FINO, 8P0UT1HQ.
GUXTKRINO. AND JOBBING
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE
PUOMPTLY.
VrOU Copprr, Brat ami Veuttr uantcd.rt
JtaTAU Work Warranted.
No 184, 3d at., South aid.
nor-ntf
Further Notice to Tax-payer.
TtEAioaii'i OrricE, Dee. th. I8.
Till offlo will he 0ien lor the payment of taxes
from 1U a. At. till ie n'. ... i . u
till 4 r. M., and for the further accommodation
i"" fcue cuy ineomo will be open
from e r. h. till r. m. The tixei ire due and
required on or before the aoth Init. The law lmnot
e a penalty on all thai ire not paid by that time,
wo. h.v ui inyoiK Aiiuitiunii pxpensel neo-
eaanrllv inourred tn oonieouenceof iuin.iMvn.ni
This tUeal year closes aiy ouiclal term, and th
iu-ux-B u. .oe t.,,i-o iru oe milieu up now without
reipeet to lierenm pn whnt tixea are !,
before tlie Huth luat., ind lav ooat aod peualtr
BNaI Aanilnr. '
JONATHAN KRNNRT,
Tree. M. C, uhlo.
ty Gatette, German piper, and Journal, copy.
OrricE or GiEENvtixe A Miami R R. Co.,
Dayton, November with, lt)69.
rPlI Annual MeetiDR of the Htockboldere
of thlt Company will be held at the Utile
wib company in in city or uayton, on
The First Monday, in January, I860,
for the nurpoie of eleetin thirteen Director, to
erve the eiiaulna; yeir, and for the trinsaetlon
aucn outer umineii ib may oe presented. The polU
will be open it I o'clock r. at., and clou it i . at.
By order of the Preildent.
JOHN L. MILLER,
1 Secretary.
Christmas Com ing
NOW IS THE TIME
MHO BUY PRESENTS FOR THE
-I- "Utile onet." I hive the largeit ind belt tt
tortment of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
Ia this olty, and will -ell cheaper than any other
Uiudt ulu)leiii. or ruuil.
-ALIO-
A Good Supply of Candies & Kirk Works!
ThoM who with to make MINCE PIKS, would do
i would do
CIDER,
iu ua m ctiii iur
CITKOX,
CURRANTS.
KAISINS.
F. J. WELTY, '
' "Cor. Main 4Mb tti., Teletcope Bulldli.
no3-lmd
R!E M OVAL!
APHAM REINACH
II
AS REMOVED TO THE STAND KE-
oently oocilDled bv Cant. Machlr. Ni. Bl. M.ln
itreet, where he will b pleaied to tee hit old eui-
iwuiere, ana aeores Ol new one. .
He hit lireelv idiled to hi. ilwula !.. tnAk nr
ClIKtOlU ItlUl ltUOIS Ulltl MlOCft.
Which ire mule of the best itock mil by the belt
worliicni and whlBh he will warrant. The publie
are invited to call iud examine hit work Wlore
purchtalnir elsewhere, as he is not iihua o( tt.
ah won warrnntetl u renreionted.
Hemember the New Stand No. 91, MMn tt.
A It RAM KbilNACH.
nnvi-imd
(XN r KCTIONEKIES, Fruite.Coooa Note,
y CAndtei, Pruinei, Uatei. Pepper Sinee, Ketchup,
SardlnetP.VekledOyateri, Claim, Lohiteri, Mui nM
Ptvklei, Pla Apple and Peaehea In liis Jin,aud
a variety ot other good! too uuueroui to meutlou,
juit rceivd md fuiiale wholtailt ind retail, by
i"v t II.A r.B SHU Lt.
20
UASKETS Champagne;
1 barrel Holland Gin;
1 barrel J.Aal.t Unn
. 1 " Irian Whliayi
" Hy "
a " Bourlmn Whlakyi
" French llrmdy.
Juit received. noy(( 1). P. B. SHUtL.
1 ( SACKS prime Peanut; .
A J 2 barrel! Alinondij
barrel! Fl.hcrtii
Pecani:
" ' ' flriill Nut.it '
" Kugllsh Wilnutti "
10 boxei Layer Kiialni.
, Juit received. novo IX A F. B. SHULL.
UK ESU0 YS IE IIS roooi vedduTlFLT Ei.
A. preit, tllrect from Baltimore.
novl' D. A F. B. SHULL
ruiDEY'S LADIES' HOOK, and Pctoraon'
V Matazlne for Nnv. ,!.. i,,.t
p. b. Aholl.
A "EAUTlFE'lTIurSrO.nes, iu.i i opened
' n . O. BH u LL.
A H'LES, by the barrel or bushel, fnVsnle
LbI """a O.mV. B.8HULL.
CLE?llE",T 1 UAVMA1.N..
NOTARY PUBLIC,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Office Mala Btreet. EteeJe Building,
novas OPPOSITE COURT noma.
Michigan Cranberries.
1 5 PAK1';LS' 'hebett quality of Miolii-
rMlved,and fur ule it wholeitl. wi. reiail
1 No. too, Third it.
OS BOXES of extra nio Oraneee, juet re
.... . . ' n 1. 1, u 11,.,
K14.1W.I , A. Li,, l.l-A ,
fi SACKS Alrioao Pes Nuta iuel arrived
jyi
p. r. b. suuix.
1
nr
I
,
1
of
.
'
Q8.
1859.
John, Van Dor en &.'Co.,
no nkm iTHEirr,
s
AKK NOW IN EECKITT OP" TUEIR
Ift'OND PfPfHAHK and ir ofrtrlnf a lirft
, , , aad iplendid variety ol
.. i
DRY GOODS,
AT A UKDUCTION OP
20 to.25 ptr crnt. on Former Prices!
Elegant Stock of Silks,
BODOIIT AT REDUCED PRICKS, AND
SELLING EXTREMELY LOW!
Wool Dress Stuffa,
AH Wool Delaines,
All Wool Plaids,
French Merinoes,
CHEAPER THAN BVERI
PIUNTED DE LAINES,
IIANDMOMK rJTYLK9,'
Al 19 1-9 18 3-4, Worth 93 r.U.
Hosiery,
Gloves and
Gauntlets,
A LARflR STOCK.
CHILDREN'S
MERINO
UNDER VESTS,
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
CHRISTMAS
,. H
AND , t
i i
IS
TisruG I FTS!T m w
P. H. D'AKCY,
POST OFFICE BiriLDItVO,
Dayton, O.
TS NOW RKOKIVINO HIS STOCK OF
X fiomwUfor th HOLIDAYS, which for beaaty
and vrlptvre tmsiin.iicd In thii oltv. Hliatui
of CAndlfltinnd donfpctUnciiet ! complete, and of
.ur rt-rj iwii quniniei.
H li alio agitiit for Malthy'i Baltimore Oyiten,
which will he sold on rraionable term, either by
the can. half om or plate.
He ex t until m eordial Invitation to hla friend and
me pum.cgrperFtiiy, to glehim cill. nov!8
SECOND FALL PURCHASE!
$35,00000
WORTH or
New Dry Goods!
From Auction to be told within todays,
.AT
OKGATI.Y' REDUCED I'KICES
BY
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.
PHILLIPS' NEW BUILDING,
No. 70 IHalii Hircet, .
DAYTON, O.,
Fancy SIUb t .
Hum niAck siikint
Very beat lie Laluei at
KnKliBh nlerluoes it
FrlnU, - . . . :
Very ood do. (warrnnted) ,
76 worth ft 2ft
- l oo
I 20
ifc"
- 2NJ "
. toe "
8o "
Ml
12 H
III
8'a
Bleached Muillnt, (yard v.lilcl
8Jje
12H
All Droea Goods Reduced Very Lowl
other Goods at Cheap In proportion.
CLOAKS, NEWEST STYLES!
At New York Prices.
SIIAWLH,
for $5,00 worth $7,50
for $7,00 11 $10,00
do
HOSIERY & FANCY GOODS!
. IOVVKR thin will be found elsewhere.
GOODS FOK WEN AND HOYS' WEAR!
TKRT CHEAP. '
HOOP SKIRTS,
IB Pr o) Dt. lower thin aver e-.fTrul.
LADIES' SHOES, hb bbbt im MARKET 1
' Also agent! for
Lester' Sewing Machines,
Wirnnted tha Heat Maehlnaa tn Use.
I B"'l'h Ah.,vfa NHI....HHIUI 1 a.
termlnvd to tell our Uoodi for Cull, 2 ptr tent.
H. P. 1VUU1.ASS A CO.,
. PQT.e i Main it eet.
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
DBALBUS IN
GROCERIES,
PRODUCE,. PROVISIONS
AND OYSTERS,
NO. 310, TIIIKD ST.,
A HE NOW PKEPAKED TO SUP
ily their oltv and country friends with any
tiling and every thine; in their line thai Is nlo and
desirable. Uurvnrird Assortment llcomplrte.snd
our motto 1b " LOW or LOW Ell than the LO W ESTI"
,1. A line lot of Winter and Fall Apples,
' i juit received it J. S. A W. kl. Green's.
2. rvceli Hotter bent quality always to
be had at I. N. A W. M. Green's.
3. A larrre invoice of fine Cutting Cheese,
at low prices, at I. Al. A W. M. Green's.
4. lMee Fresh t idor just received and for
sale at I. N. k W. M. Green's.
5. Choiue Teae ((ireen and lilaok) at very
lOW UrlCRA. At I NI A W M tf2Nu.nl.
6. OYKl'KKri Oveters. freah everT'dav.
from Baltimore, and at reduced price,
at I. N. tb W. M. Greeu'i.
. Choice Family Groceriei, Beleoted crt
. .llyaadwariatedfrtihi,tl. IS.fc W.M.
8- Coins with your money and buy nhtan
Crooerlca where you oaa have them de
livered free of charge, at
1..N.& W. M. GRKKN'S,
nov No. tie Third itreet.
Store 'Rooms to Rent,
THOSE TWO VERY DESIRABLE
Urge and oommodloul '
Store Rooms
On the north side or Third street, at present ooeu
Iled by liarit k tlercheirod, Iron, th laat day of
Deeeniliei-neat. D, BKCIiEt.
, Beckel's Hall !
npiIB LAIU1EST, - HE8T AND MOST
X eauutioulouaia the olty,
Sfatft fur one Thousand Person!!
By the Slngl day or for a Ion Leaie.
nonet , . . uiicKKL.
Jlcmorai:
T'HR undersigned, dealer In Groceries and
. Provisions, hit removed to
NO 238 THIRD BTREET,
Whisk ta opooili Uia fark, No. a, In Ohio Ploek.
itovll-lmutw CHAS. riSHKB.
TbBulllvan Btov Fellah. "
rilHKheetan .heipe.t thin of th a in In us
1 for (tvuii a la.tiug audurililaut polish to itovs
Or ttes, ete. Frtoe 10 uents. For sale ly
dSTO V.
W. W. n VVAUT, Mala street
Kim w
7 vWct Fourth otrcct,
CIYCl4YJlTI9 O.
ELJcUANT DISPLAY OF
Breaa Silks and Robcri,
VELVET FLOUNCED R0DE9, FANCY tad WIIITE SILK K015E3, for evoninfT.
Jfloirc i.tl if nc and Brocade Dresses
Just received from N.w Tor Au.tlon iilei.
Rich Delaine Hebe for IjtJie and Miwe; SbetJand Wool Phewla, Veil, Nuliie
nd Opera Hootit.Cloak end Shawla; Embroidered Velvet Cloak, Cloth
Cloaks, Keglant and Duster; all the new Itylps of 8hwl.
rieooe of Silks, Silk, at 87J cent per yard.
DOMESTICS AND LINENS!
In thll department w have a deiirable atoek Of ND W GOODS, and we offer them to Houeekecperl
uncommonly low prlnes.
Woolen Dree Ooodt, o. Plain and Printed Merlnnet and Delaines; Peris Plaid, V
lenoiasand Poplins. Merino Under Wear, selling at Coat, for Ladies, Gents, end Childre
New style of OLM HOOP SKIRTS, entlrelj new In itylt and Bnlah, Juit lee'd. from the minufictor
DEL AND, G0G3AGE & CUYLER,
oetV-mremAliUw
malmm,
T4 West Foil rlh fStrret,
Oppoalte Ptke'l Opart Home, CI NCINN ATI, OHIO.
k
O
ca
9
s
1 K you aoek for more LIGHT, buv Deitci
thrum Burner COAL Oil LAMP, which for
Drm i Mui. iiKii i ib not aurriseu uj any oiner ruTrni,
at the ime xiie. 1 he Larce Burner ooniumei
not ahoveone cent'i worth of UU per hour; the
mall Burner half cent to the hour. We In atock
have
Stand Lampi, Glaaaand Brut,
Stand Lamps, Marble Foot,
Parlor, do do
8uiindlt.ff, Haap Rwlnff,
Hhl La ni ita. L.lt.H uni Braia.
We also keep a general aaaorttnent of Lard Oil
a num iani. firue ftive tia a call.
novl 2 HKCKLKM, KKMLKY MAXTON
c
ANNEI.'S deoreriied Coal Oil, for Bale
at - HKUKLKR, HUM LIS Y a MAXTON'S.
PKKNCII CHINA Juet reoeived s foi
L nice Dinner Sets, Vases, and fancy ornaments,
novl? HECKLE H, HKMLKY A MAXTUN.
Fresh Goods! Fair Prices!
MCINTIHE & BAIRD,
GR0CER8 AND PRODUCE DEALERS,
118 Main it., doors below th Market House.
A full supply of Olioloe Family Groeerles, ol wbloh
n.n.iinu.Dii guvu.
Coffee.
Rio Coffee, Mocha, Java, Mnrionbo.
MuINTIllB A BAIIID.
Pine Teas.
Imp Tea. Y li do, Black do, Gunpowder do
UICINT1HS A BAIKD.
Molasses.
K 0 Molasses, S II Molasses. Syrups,
MuINTIlih A BAIRD.
BuKsr.
N O Sugar, l'owd do, Gran do, Crushed do
ionce uo MclNTIHEA BAIRD.
Boloe
Ground Fepper, Allspice, Cloves, Cinnmnn,
mcinriita BAlttui
Baleratua & Cr Tartar
A superior artiole, which we warrant pure,
aLiniiiu et BAIHUi
Fine Cigars,
Branson's Fine Cut Toriannn.
Soap., Cheese, Cornmeal,
v.iuvA.17 m VAueeiiaware,
300 Bids Apples. WclNriRK A BAIRD.
novl
At WILLARD & WIIEATON'S,
Wo. rtt Third street, near Main.
JBOOKS
Thefollowlng list of NEW BOOKS, Just ree'd.
Br WILLAIII) fc WIIEATOIV
MEMOIRS OP NAPOLEON Bis Court
ana i- emlly;
By th Ducheit D'abrantel (Madame Junot) in 3
wi.u uuamiuua ruiirnoi eunraveu on ateei.
LEADERS" of tbe REFORMATION,
The HeureeentBtlve men of Cermiin. rrnn
Tno-l...! .rt U,.. 1 . n.l k., lot,, t.. . . .. . n
MONET KINO, and other Poem,
uy Auun vs. oils.
BOLD POIt.
Hammered from Popular ProverU, by Timothy
MINISTERS' WOOIR3,
py narriet neeener Biowe.
THE CORNER CUPBOARD, or Facta
ior uveryDooyi
Forming aoomplete Enoyolopedls of Useful Knowl-
etiKe, iiiuairaieu wnn over lotw engravings. By
authorof "Inquire Within," Aa.
PARLOR THEATRICALS or Winter
Evening' Entertainments;
Containing Aettng Proi erbs, Uramatle Charades,
Acting Charades, llrawliur llooin FantoaDlBiei.Ao..
..... 1 U ...a'iuKa. oy aumor oi "flla
gleiaa's Own Book," "Sociable," Ae.
LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTE
bUUK;
With Kemlulsecnccs and Chit Chat of the Green
nvum anu stage. iy Uo. VABUKMHorr.
WOMEN AKTiaTS,
iu an Agea anu countries, by mri. Kllet.
A GOOD FIGUT, and Other Tales,
by ( hirlet Rtttl) author of Love ma Little, Love
Bie Long.
8WORD AND GOWN,
ny wa autnor ol uu) Ltvlngitona. :
FKOMDAWNTO DAfLIGIIT, .
ta new tupply) by Mrt. Henry Ward Beeoher.
A
"IIARKY LEE," or Hops for th Poor, 11.
juBbrnteu.i .. ,
Reoeived thlt day, and for sale at
1 THIRD STREET,
ov' One door West of the Town l'lst.
Oyster Season Opened!!
mtifa BEST BALTIMORE
ZL? Oysters,
Received by Express Direct from
BALTIMORBI
Every Day iu the Week!
npiIE Hubsoriber are now receiving daily
B. by Kapren the belt quillty of Biltlmt Uytteri,
which they will warrant good, and eall by the cam,
HALr canobcabb, it the loweit ntes.
Kiinllleiind lieilr supplied oa liberal terml.
Orders toliulted from Dealers In every partof the
oouutry.
lluui.mber tkeykeep th beat In the market.
W. 11. UKANDENliUKU It, CO.,
septl No. IO0, Id street, Dayton.
Burroua eSc Butt,
CARPENTERS
AND BUILDERS. -Wholesale
and Retail
Sash, Blinds, Door, Frames ft Monlditiff
BOOTH Oi' THEOANAL.WAVVH ST.
GG 1 5 S O
I 1 - h " .
i i o ; . A..
f -uh. 5 M k ,
c3 If E5!
JBl-ltW I
To Merchants & Milliners!
CINCINNATI
SILK HOUSE.
W. P. DEVOU & R0CKWO0D,
No. 83 E ini l Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN
SILKS, RIBBONS,
BONNETS, FLOWERS,
t
Shawls, Cloaks,
DUEiSH TRIMM1GS,
HOOP SKIRTS, LACE KMHROIDEIUES,
WU1TE G 00 DH, GLOVES, &C.
r-GRE AT INDUCEMENTS offered to CASH and
8HUHT-T1MK DUVKha.
W. P. DBVOTJ A ROCKWOOD.
septl
BKN PHIRTKR, I j FULTON M. HOW,
Mayavllle, Ky. ( I Cincinnati.
WHEELEE
CITY fJ'OB ACCO
WAIBISililCDSlAlSa
For the lmpeetton And Mle o
JLteaf Tobacco,
PRIVATELS' AND AT AUCTION.
Pearl street, between Plum and Wettorn Bow,
CINCIHNATI, OHIO.
PHISTER & HOW. pKoraiBroBS.
Auotlon Saletrvery WF.DNBHDaY Speolal atten
tion te FH1VATK HALEd everyday. ,
Storage Three JTI on tits Free!
FEK8 PrxUD BT 01TT OkDIMANOB.
JOSEPH HOW, ' JACOB 0. PHISTEtt,
City Inspeotor.' 1 (Late of Mayeville, Ky.) )
Corteluoadtilg Clerk, j
Ba-Ile verv earefui to addreet Tour Letters and
and mark your Conilinmenta "WHKKI.l.H C1TV
TOBACCO WABKHOUSli, CINClNNATIa OHIO.
VDIM'AUU
W 2 5 3 WALNUT ST
Fresh Oyste s . Cincinnati.
At Todd's Oyster House,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENCY
lor the e&le of Hatch, Mnnn Co.'i fchell,
Key and Cnu Oyetere. Ainu, Vrt eU Cove end tirtd
Ovetere. it. Wv many frUotla and nattoua wilt hod
only choice article!, and at ae low pried at thuie
ohartced for Inferior e)tw here.
uiten cooked in Kaeternetyleat ouruiual mod
erate chargei.
jV.Kt.UH BUTTER WANTED!
Remember, 263 Walnut itreet, filth door above
Slxth.fJ.Delunatl, Ohio. octa
ROWE, MAIIONY & CO.,
Fresh Baltimore Oysters,
FOR SALE AT
NO. 247, WALNUT STREET,
Cincinnati.
103? A 11 order promptly attended tol'tt'
i.
. KcMAHAK, Agent.
oot36-imd&w
'OYSTERS!
AT
TODD'S OLD STAND!
Wo. 5 O m I x t It Nlrecl,
CINCINNATI.
I AM RECEIVING DAILY, UO WE, MA-
X HOiNV CO.'S eelebrvted
Which I am ielllnr at unpreeedenled low uriceit.by
eaae or dozen. Dealere and Knmilive unnting a
very large, fresh Uatcr, will pleaiic rend their or
dere. Attaclted to tb.li eetabliBlimeut In a nice, quie t
reipeotable Kaloon, whet you can have (itttera
oooked in every style, and served up lu a clean nod
unerlor manner.
inarges less than at any other place.
Oct2A-amiUw JOHN NAIRN.
Dissolutionof Partnership.
BY ihe retirement of Geo. IJ. Holt from
the practice of the law, and by mutual agree
ment, the law partnership between snid Holt aad
M. B. Walker. Is this dav dissolved. The businesa
heretofore eon titled to us belli uullnlshed. will re-
oelve the attentloaof both tbe partners until dis
posed of, HOLT WAUKH.
uov'tta
New Partnership.
MB. WALKER and Ueorre F. Walker
have this dav formed a tiHrtitf rtthiu tor 1!a
praotloe of the Uw. They will give due attention
;o au uusiness tney may have en t run ted to tliera.
Ottlce on Third atreet. lavton. O.. In lAvaa'
Building, No. 3. M. U. WA1.KKK.
OV-eW iittO. V. UAlktR.
New Meat Market
IN
O RE GO N.
TBE CND E R 8 I 0 NIOD, AL1VK TO
th necesalUeiot th people, unopened In bit
Grocery htore a
DAILY MEAT MARKET,
Where the puMlo can find, dally, Fre.h Beer, Mut
ton. Fork. LATd. BaUAHire. Aa . m lh..i.......l ai
ket Prion. '
In my Grocery every family need cm b supplied;
Just received, ind excullent
Which I sell at to sent th pint, and 3S tents ner
bottle. Give at a sell.
FUIUP WALTZ.
nov-tr
Death to Rata and Vermin!
HI'KE WE CONK!!
("JITIZKNS, MILLEUS AND FARMERS
V now Is your tlm to exterminate your Hill,
Mice, Roaeliel and lied Burg, llv thA rMinui nr
many Cltlieui 1 hive nroDired two liun.lrM.1 tu.v...
ol my Kxoelilor Vermin ileitroyer, lor the u. of
iiiuw wuuni.jr m piaguca Wlin theae deatruollv
vermlnj tnd 1 will ouutUiu to keep It all UirouKh
tlie winter.
Thli prenarttlon U free from ill rimmnmi nAi..
on, aud eiu be used la Klteheui, fantrlcl, Cup
boarda, Uelliri or Dtable., wllhuut beliiK lu daneer
of Injuring tin human fiinlly, or uielul inloiilai
but la sure to deitroy thlt which It la designed lor. '
1 he testimony of hundred! of C tlienaen he hid
to testily to the utility ol thii article, ia they have
"i ;wu. m, mvi-i no lu-Bcnilt ta
varmiu BOOIT to straima nf uatHr ... ,u.
ten be hid at my reildenee, No. lol Je'treraon Bt..
between U and tfb, or from Ihe boy who will carry
it throuh town for tile. -.,,
h. B. ThlSlS th oulv nr.nAt.Atlm. k.i I
been mid tir told here which oontiina attractiv
w mmmm vviuuai eai II evuy uuie It tt Uld lot
"Sit Ilounul,.,

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