THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
OHDAPIII HOOK OF
"Watches and Jewelry I"
A Th TTfc rn nci r
ttaVHe buy hi good for NaT Cah, and
U'limlor no expanse whateveri he therefor Ms Mil
cheaper then th aheapeet.
ueviu uiv in.
No. 11G, Main street
I ILADIES A GENTLEMEN,
1 BR YOU Iff WANT OF
X anything In the way of
Of any (Indl
If oo, you would
uo well to remain
N. W. WUaon.
NO. 110 MAIN ST.,
Which ha offers at a. I.OWPBI.I
CKS aDV ihr house Inthi
IflVCall and judge fori
IT. W. WIMOH,
ootilT No. Ill Main it,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
STEREOSCOriC EMPORIUM !!
E . A N T H 0 V Y ,
308 BROADWAY. NEW YORK,
AfUf May 1 IfGO.nf 501 tlROA D WA Y, two
door$ from tht St, Nichols t Hotel
The 8treoflop li the moot In.tructive, Inter
eat. it, nntrtmnlng, uiuiin aiiU exciting ut moU
None m ton i nun, none too old. none too In
telligent, none too uneducated, to nokuowledge Ita
worth ftod beauty.
No home ti complete without It. and It nuit and
Win penetrnto everywhere.
It presents to your vtew every part of the world,
In ail the relief, Uolrinuai, perspective, and sharp
mv vi utriftii, tj 11 yuu wf rn uu wiJ spot.
1'liotofrraphers are everywhere exiilorlns? fcu
rope, Asia, Africa and America, In search of the
grand and the beautiful, and the results of their
kill are constantly enrich In our stock.
We have an Immense variety of paper Views of
wwiici id rans, LUDuitn, ..ngiana. neouanu, ire
land. Wales. Kruno e, Belgium. Holland, HwlUei
land. Spain, the Rhine, Versailles. Ht. (J loud. Von.
talnehleAu, Tulllries, Ita1y,Turkfy. Ksrvpt, Athens,
the Holy Lund, China, India, Crystal Palace, also
uruuis msiuriofii, emuiiu;, marriage acenea,
break last scenes, plo-ulcs, statuary, Ao,( Ac. An ex
Qultite assortment of Illuminated Interiors c. Pl
aoee, Churches, and Cathedrals of Kranoe, Italy,
fee., Ac. The effect of these Illuminated vlewa U
KVERV OKNTI.EMAH OF W FAIT II ANIi Umwrn
tasth should have In his draw Ins; room aome of
uur xiuii(e vifws on kw, wnn a revolving
pwrwuuiB, BiiuwuiK "uor luuinenefl. iNotn-
Ina; ean be more fnsi,tnntlne;, and one can oiler no
greater treat to friend fond of tht picturesque and
Ant tony's Instantaneous Stereotcoplc Views are
the latest PhotoKrHiihlo wonder. They are taken
In the fortieth part of a seoond, and everyrhtug,
no matter how rapidly It may be moving, Is depict
ed as sharply and distinctly at If it had been per
fectly at rest. This gives an additional value, for
to the beautiea of Inanimate nature It adds the
oh arm sf life and motion. The process Is a discov
ery of our own, and being unknown In Europe, we
receive from London and Paris large orders for An
thoat's Instantaneous Vlewa of Amerloaa life and
Among other things we have juit published fltere
Otooplo Illustrations of the ttoene of the Fulton
Street Prayer Meetings, In which many heart! feel
an Interest. The particular of this will be found
In our Catalogue.
Our Catalogue of subjects and price will be tor
warded to any address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a d stanoe sen lug us a, ft.glO.ilfi,
90,or oan have a good Instrument and such
pictures as they may request, sent by Expreni.
Vlewa alone, (without Instrument.) can be sent
Parties who wish to be advised of everything re
ally valuable In the line that comes out, may send
us their names to place ou record, and we will keep
lham nnata I ah- u . w
Men of leisure will find Photnl
hotonmphjr a moat fa-
elnatlnsr and Uellnhtful amuaemen
pared to at out amateurs with evarvthitiv nABa.t
X. wa ara pra-
foi thdir success, together with lnatructlona How
to take titereoiooplo Pictures."
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic
Materials, Stereoscopes anil atereoecoplo Views.
IJpMerchanta from every section of the oountr
are respectfully invited to make aa examination of
our stock, aa our discount to the trade will be
TO PH 3TOGRAPHER8. Flrst-claas Stereoscop
ic Negatives wanted.
Bend by mall, a print unmounted, with price of
THE Arm of A. ft J. W.Gehhart, was dissolved on
the iioth of November last, by the death of John
W.Gehhart. The undersigned has purchased the
interest of hi late partner in the stock of Lumber,
Lath, shingles, Ac., belonging to the late Arm, and
will oarrv on the bus In can. All wh r. inrt.M
to the late firm will Me the necessity of making Im
mediate payment, and are requested to call and
WB ALL WANT TO LIVE.
rPHE Bubaoriber, who ia no better than
ha ahould ba, will try to po what It riaht,
without uretnillng to do bottar than hla neighbor.
H-ml.YnllaiiRluoitat ahara of tha patronage of
the public, and he 1. willing to let hla outomera
Judge aa to hla prloee and the quality or hi. gooda.
a.t Second itreet, 4 door, from M ala.
Notice. . ,
TUB public arehereby notified that on after thii
data wa aba.ll i.ll Mahbjri world ranownad
Oyttara at the following nteai
Whala Cana No, 1 vjileri SO atf
Half Cant do 44
Whole Cant Selected do 1,00
Half Cant do 60
AUOjritert warranted good and freth aome and
bujrour Oyitera when 7011 aaa get thaia the
ckcapit ad batt.
PATTKR60N A HEBSIT.
janU-tf Ko. 04 J.ff.r.on itreet
NEW LAW FIRM!
. a. TODMO, DAVID A. BOCK.
YOUNG & HOUK,
OFFICE IN GORMAN'S BUILDING,
NO. 138 THIRD BTREBT,
BHOHT AND BWEET.
5HHDH. CChoiea Brown Sugar,
SA bu.helaoholoe Dried Peaohea, half aaj
A oa.lt. t'hoioa French Prunr.i
A bbla. Peno.ylvanla Heart Cherrleat
Pried Apple., P.ara, lllackberrlea, and
SI oana graie., hallong and quarta.
I A lao, lb baa, cholua golden 1 a low Rio Coffee,
rore.iehr chahlks post,
Kaat Seoond itreet, 4 toora from Mala.
GEO. W. MALAMBIIE,
Ittorney at JLair,
0FFCE ON MAIS' STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE OO0RT HOUSE,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THR Partnenhlp between tha under.lrneu.la tha
Practice ol Law, la tbla day dissolved j aau
tualeouaent. OKI. W. MALAM1IRK,
Jauia-ulw DAVID A. HOUK.
T STOCK LINE baa purobaaad the meat
v. aetablt.haient on Main alreet, atolulng tha
Phtlite Houae, and will keep eonetautly an hand a
full eupply 01 freeh meata, poultry, butler, ef Aa.
Store to Rent. .
THE Third Ureal front of tha Store in
A ciagg't Building, eeeupled W. H. CALt.lt N.
UtUf Wi taut.
v - . : L
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DAYTON OHIO, MONDAY, JAN. 23, 18G0.
lUE DAILY EMPlltK
CmPIO OP PU UO.TOMl '
Impiri BiiUiig, IbirJ it., Sttth iNt M. Iiiit hhm
rmn Mi ,
By .l tA. 00.rr.vln.
lo Mnlip.r w.k. p.v.bl. to thoo.rrl.v.
Th Oininntl Trm Foundr Onmn.n U
aur uuiy umoniea An( to nt eontr.ett
auu rciptior AanmHDBDH UDflerlptlOQS,
sc.. in inn niLT.
To BtfiimMl. Th KmnlrtJoh Room!
are in eomplat trim, and w ra now praparad
todo workof alldaacriptiom in th baat atria
.Al n.ii i t J
vibo.iri. uauia aQaazamintonr work and
it i o ADTaaniiu. Adrartiaamantt or
Noticaa for tha Kmplra moat ba handad into
lha ofliea by ttn 'iltk ob tha daTtharare da-
irvu.o vm puuiiBDaa nai icrar. wa eaooot
aereatoinaarl than artartbathoar.
Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thoia who deatre to bar adTertiaemaoU
nterted in tha Weekly Empire ahonld hand
tnem in dj natoraay morning, atthalaieat.
Onr adrertiting natron will neroaiva
that, bv our arrangement of reading matter,
their aavertiaenienta will be alwaya nrac a
very i m porta n t matter to tnem .
CTSea 4th page for Telegraph Report!,
riaMtaa, Arrwnog WanUd. SO .000 ba. of
corn, in the ear, for which the higheet man,
L. : 1 1 1 . 1 . .
bi price w 111 lie pmu.a.
(JUttia i Uf Uh.H'8 A action Room,
tf. Jefferson and Market.
Dattor Liobt Ouaao I Arraimog I Too
are ordered to meat tbla evening, (Monday.)
at 7 o clock, at yoor Armory.
By order, J. S. Paaaorr, 0.8.
CTW. M. Onu, Ktq., Sergeant at arrot of
the Ohio Senate, will accept our thanki for
Puklio Documeuta, Raporta, As.
Tai RgoiMtnTAt Baud. Thle eplendid mila
Itary Band regaled aome of our eitiiana wilh the
moat eiquiaite music oa Saturday evening, that
we have ever had the pleaaure of liiteniog to
The mutie wat of the vary highest order, and
waa performed ia aa extraordinary masterly
manner. The Regimental Band ia now one of
the permanent inetilulione of our eity, and well
deaervee the encouragement of, and patronage
of our citiaena.
17 The proprietor! and company of tha
Mirror of Italy left thia eity thie morning en
route for Hamilton and Vincinnati, in both of
which placet we bespeak for them overflowing
housea. They eihibited their excellent paint"
ingt to crowded housea every night during
their limited atajr here, and al their laat after
noon exhibition many facet turned away from
from Huston Hall, disappointed at not gaining
admittance to the already too crowded houae.
We hope the proprietor will return again to
our eity in accordance with an almost granted
promise, to satisfy maoy of the little folks, aa
well aa the big, who vera unfortunate in not
aeeingtha Panorama during lit exhibition here
tTA fellow on Saturday night atola a "kit"
of fish from the door of W. R. S. Ayrea' Qro
eery Store on Maia afreet. After hawking it
round for tome lime, ha waa Anally taken to
the provision atora of Mr. Ffouta, on Third
etreet, where he offered the kit of fish for aale
at butter. Mr, Pfouta diaeovering the ownere
name on it, aentfor him who procured the Mar
ahal and had the fellow arreated. He Uvea in
Obamberaburg, but refuted to give hit name,
Eailxoad AooioaxTt. Oa Thursday morning
tha down train from Cleveland ran off tha track
near Rochaiter station, teveraly injuring tha
mail agent, Mr. J. A. Allan, and doing alight
damage to the train. On Friday morning the
tame train want off near Grafton, doing bat slight
damage; and this morning a similar accident oc
curred to the same train, tha result of which we
have not ascertained.
ETThe Sullivan Democrat aaye that the ion,
wife and daughter of a lame man named Herd
ing, robbed a tinker in that county of $20 the
other day. The man had entered the house to
ask for work in hie line, and while there
exhibited a roll of billa amounting to SO
dollara. The ton Harding proposed that they
ahould gamble for it. The linker very natural
ly refuted to let chance decide whether what
be already had wat hit own, and young Hard
ing, indignant at aueh a want of appreciation
of tha noble "sport," jumped on him, and
knocked him down. The mother and aieter
joined in the game, and between them won tha
90 dollara after all. They were all lodged io
fcaV-The Sullivaa Ind., Democrat eonfinat the
story told by the Vlnoeanet Oaistta of the de
termined efforts of a young girl ta kill ksn.lf when
she was told of the marriage of a young maa she
had bean In love with to another girL It says
eneie recovering from the tub, which wa at
flnt thought fatal. It will be remembered that
she tried three different timet to kill herself,
ones Jumping Into the well, bat was stopped or
rescued, but aba anally got hold of a butoher
knife, with which shs stabbed herself fearfully.
IA.Threa oitiiant of Owen oonnty, In
di&na, have taken up claims there, and are
preparing to work them for oold. A re'
turned Californian, in proaptoting a little
distanoa north-west of Spenoer, found (told,
and thinka aa muoh aa 910 a day oaa ba
found there. -(CT
Mie Harriet Plitcraft, of Alliance, re
tired on the evening of the 18th Inst., in the
apparent enjoyment of excellent health and
spirits, aed In the morning was found a corps.
Hor age wsa 121 ye are.
tT Several cases of email pox ara reported
in Slradford and vicinity, Delaware oonnty,
which were contracted at the Paper Mill from
rags brought from Cincinnati. Tha excitement
ie aaid to be very great.
CTThe Portauouth Timee, a Democratic
paper, ia offered for aala by it present proprie
tor, W. 0. Hood, Esq,
Lkoautt or Boxca Itauxo to Psino.a Cox
rAMie. A Chicago paper states that the Bo
preme Court of Wisconsin baa affirmed tha aoa
atltutlonalily of our county, town and aity bonds
issued in aid of railroade ia the State.
The New Hampshire Iteglatar aaya: In
Sva fres states In wbiob. laotiona bava been
held aiooe tha Joha Brown raid on Virginia.
tha Bopublloan etreogth fall off over thirty
"Fa," aaid liula fellow tha other
day, ,'waso'l Job an adltorT'
"Beoausa tha Bible tell ua that ba waa t
maa of aorrow all tha duyi of Ua lift,"
THE Great Military Fair and Bazaar.
Tha preparations for tha Military Fair and
Hateer, to ba bald by tha Light Guard an
Light Artillery, commencing on the twentieth
of next month, at Huston Hall, are progressing.
A novel and strikingly bold and beautiful plan
for the arrangement and decoration of the Hall
haa been adopted, and artiste and workman
hares portion of the details In hand. With
regard for the accommodation of tha ladies,
end with en eye to decorative effect, two baloo'
niee era to be built, each nearly forty feet in
length and eight feet In width. Theaa balco
nies ara to be rseerved for the exclusive use
and occupation of the ladies. A third balcony
ie to be provided for the splendid Band of the
First Regiment, which is, of course, to furnish
tha music for tha Fair, Bosly is the contractor
for the baleonlee, and will build them with
euch regard for strength that tha occupants
will be as secure aa if eeated npoa mother earth
herself. The acenea from American history,
to be illustrated by fale, have been acre.
fully eelected, and eoatumeo and properties
generally are ia eeurea of preparation. Other
representation are aleo deaigned and will soon
be ready for rehearsal,
There haa already been contributed a large
number of valuable articles, and that too with
out special effort upon the part of the eommlttee
of management. Indeed, many of the cootri
bntiena have been made without solicitation.
Tbeae contribution will be exhibited at the
Fair, With the business earde of the generous
donors appended. We have seen one of the
lists of contribution and upon it obasrred the
names of H M Brown, Langdona. Heckler
Remley tt Maxton, Smith A Olwin, Oabhart A
Underwood, J V Perrioe, Wm Dixon, A W Rice
A Oo, J F Edgar, H Fowler, Burroughs A Butt,
W Dietrich, Neff, Bennett A Oo, W Stewart,
Bimm A Bro, W W Wilton, B M Ayres A Oo,
Shulls, W H Oallender, 1 0 Decker, Lusaier,
Qebhart A Bro, B N Davie, N Biffermao, O O
Prugh, Estabrook A Phelps, F Trebeio, Crew
A Warford, Loomis A Oo, S Reed, Robt Ohsm
ben, D Carroll, J K Chriatopher, Orldland, J
W A Ohaa Harriee. Pease A Oleirg. F Weltv.
P Boyer, Jon Harshman, Brown A Irwio
LaDow, 0 J Thompson, John Harries, Wm
Pease, Beatty, R A Kerfoot, W R 8 Ayres, Bi
dleman, Evans A Crawford, L Woodbull, P A
Lafee, J Acbey, Winehell, Waltera A Kelso,
Douglas A Oo, F Aodsrton, E O'Brien, Wolf A
Barlow, A Pruden, J T Kenner, etc.
Another peculiar and very pleaaant feature
of the preparationt is that no leta than one
hundred and tixty.eeven ladiee have each kind-
and cheerfully engaged to furniah for the
Fair seme article of oee or ornemeat. A eon.
aiderable portion of tbeee articlee will be, un
doubtedly. the ladiee' own fair handiwork.
This large number of fair supporters of ths
Feir will be inoreased, as ao great a military
spirit is possessed by the ladiee that they are
daily volunteering far the Light Guard and
Light Artillery. We forbear, of eouree, from
giving the names of lady contributor, but we
underetand that a liet of them will be elegantly
engroeaed and framed for a distinguished place
upon the walla of the Armoriea of the Com pa
niee so highly complimented and favored.
We predict that during tha continuance of
the Fair, there will not ba aa evening, noleaa
the weather should be very unfavorable, that it
will not be wished that Huston Hall wsa of
greater capacity, even with ita addition of bal
conies.' The moat perfect order will be firmly
maintained the Fair being a military one it t
voucher for that but it will ba maintained with
good nature and politeness. We have eaid
enough to give the publia an inkling of what
may be expected at the Fair in the way of dee
oration, arrangement, attraction, management,
Ac, and enough to Indies te thai it ia to be em
phatically a euooxaa.
A $5000 Spree.
Both branohe of tha Legislature, on Sat
urday, pasted resolution authorising an
appropriation of $5,000 for a grand blow ont,
to take place in Columbus, next month, and
inviting the Legislators of Tenneseea and
Kentucky to ba present on tha oocaaion of
eaid magnifioent spree. Tha Legislative
bodiet aforesaid ara the invited guest of
Cincinnati, and ara expeoted to visit that
oity on tha 22nd of February, and wil1
probably visit Colombo about the 24th.
A five thouaand dollar spree ia pretty 'ateep
for those "tight" time, and the mosey had
better bean appropriated to ome useful and
The Negroes in Canada.
The Detroit Free Frees oontinuea to giro
further evidenoa of tha turbulenoe of the
negroea in Canada, who it is laid bav an
organisation throughout tha weetern portion
of tha province, noting In perfeot oonoert
and considerable sueoese. They aro led on
in their crusade against the whitea by 3. D,
tihadd and J. C. Brown, both of whom were
eontpiououi In tha John Brown Provisional
Government affair, wbiob organised at Chat
ham, lha white oituen are arming them
elves, aa they expeot aeriou trouble with
tha borda of fugitive (lave now quartered
among them. There ia no telling what ehape
tha Canadian phaaa of the "irrepressible
ooofliol'' may yet take, but tuoh i the pre,
ent condition of thinge a to impress all
considerate people there with alarm and see
rioua apprehensions for tb future.
Twe years ago a wild-eat bank failed at (Jos-
port, Indiana, leaving lis notes to the amount of
1200 000 ia the haada ef the public, toward tha
redemption of which nothing haa yet been done
It is said that the proprietor ef the eoaoera ere
about to start another bank, selecting their loce-
tloa now la the District of Colombia, instead ef
Indiana. Look oat th.a for the DUtrlot of Co
IQ.A speoial dispatch to tha Cinoinnati
Enquirer, dated Marietta, Saturday, Jan. 21,
eaye: Cramm'e Mills, at Marietta, burned
down thia morning. Lose about f20,000.
Insured for 110,000, and $2,000 on etock,
of whioh, only a few hundred bushels of
wheat ara destroyed. Fir supposed to
bav been tb work of an lnoendiary. Tha
railroad bridge was in danger, but was
xrGeneral Case ha given to the Board
of Kduoatiou of Detroit a lot of land valued
al 16,000, for a union aohool houae.
A CoxtrLimw. A lady in Nashville, on
meroy bent, was making a viail lo the
Penitentiary and waa permitted to look
through the various wards. ' In one room
the aaa three women engaged In aawing,
and turning to tha keeper, who was showing
her about, said to kirn ia an under tone:
"Dear met the vioiouae! looking womeu I
aver aaw ia ay life. What ara they put
here fort' . "They are bare,'' be replied,
"beoauea 1 am bar-, they are say wife and
daughters, madam," but madam was travel
ing eul ee fast as possible, i
TIFFIN, Thursday, Jan. 19, 1860.
Ed. Kupiitr The Editorial Convention
Was oalled to order yesterday rooming, by
ita worthy President, Joshua Haxton. Tb
preea of the North and North-west was well
and ably represented by as fine looking men
as we havs aver eoen. in any convention.
From tha Booth aud South-western portions
of the State there wss a very small delega
The prinoipal butine transacted during
th morning session wa tha oonaideration
of advanoe payment for all newspaper after
the 4th of July next, A number of edit
or present eaid they had already adopted
the advance system, and found that suscrip
tion bad keen increased; that this was the
only plan by whioh newspapers oould bs
understanding and suooeeefully published
and that all good subscribers were pleased
to find that no paper wa sent without being
A resolution waa also offered to ohanpe
the time of holding the annual meetings of
the Convention to a bettor season of ths
year, when the fraternity have more leisure;
Several other matter of interest to the
oraft were freely dieoueeed, and more under
advisement, when the Convention ad-
ourned until 2 P. M.
In the afternoon it waa resolved to reoom
mend advanoa paymenta after the 4th of
July, and it wa determined to hold the next
Convention at Sandusky City on the laat
Wednesday of July next, 25th. to whioh
an me ex-editor and publishers in the
State are invited.
By invitation of Mr. Kumiss the Conven
tion vieited tbs large Union School House
to wniou they were drawn by six white
bone in an open baiouohe. The various
department of thi aohool ara admirably
managed by competent tesohert, under the
A little inoident oooorred on the return of
the barouohe whioh might have proved
terioue, but fortunatoly no one wa hurt!
All were anxious to return to tha hotel by
the flrl eonveyanoe, and crowded in: amona-
oiner me most weighty editor in the
State, weighing upwurds of 300 lbs., sot In
the hind part of the vehicle, contrary to the
aavioa oi nia irienda. Tlio driver started
ma train at a rapid paoe, but a be wae
turning a sharp oorner the hind wheel was
orushod to atoms, and some twenty-three
gentlemen fell on and towarde the fat man
Such a jumble and eonfusion of editor was
not only luughabla but suggestive, as soon
as it was disoovered that no one was hurt.
And, although ths fat man might readily be
termed a "werry swell old oove,'' his toxM
was resoued from the "mix"' in a good etate
inTa, noiwunecanaing it ran a
great risk of being "equabbledl'' 'That
talks' are not ao bad, after all.
In the evening, the fraternity attended, by
invitation, a superb binquet at the Shawhan
House. The large parlors, ball room, and
ning room were toon orowded by ths
youth and beauty of Tiffin. The editors
had seats assigned them, and Earl Bill, Esq.,
was oalled upon to preside, and after a
blessing was invoked by ths Rev. Mr. My
ers, ths oompany set to with a good appetite-
Th. -M. ! .U i I
m " - Mugi, ...... uvory luxury o
the earth, air and water, most tastefully
and beautifully served up. The oonfectionr
eries were very highly ornamental and sug
gestive. Kits Pyramid, Franklin Pyramid,
Washington Pyramid, Jefferaon Pyramid,
Union Pyramid, and a number of other
tasteful pyramide, auitable to the oooaeion
loomed up before the eye of gentlemen
who oould appreciate, but were teldom
treated to tuoh foatt. After the aubatan.
tial fruit were aerved up; toasts were
drank with oold water, to which a number
of gentlemen responded in a happy and
eloquent style. We cannot remember the
names of all the speakers, but Kameey, and
Kobinson, of Kenton, Washburn, of Lorain,
J. and Don Piatt, of Mao-a-cbeek, Fair
banks, Page and Nash, of Cleveland, Col.
Dumaa, of Mahoning, and several eloquent
gentlemen of Tiffin, made some capital re
marks. During the festivities Bosse's Cornet
Band played moat delightful music The
repast being ovor, the oompany adjourned to
the ball room, where we were surprised te
find that nearly all ths editors were perfeotly
at horns on ths light fantastio toe. They not
only write but dance well. The ball room
waa graoed with the beauty and fashion of
Tiffin, affording an excellent opportunity to.
tbs baohelor editors to improve and keep
time to the mueio. Although aoouttomed to
facing ths frowns of tha world and politioal
enemies, this faoing the beauty of Tiffin, we
are told, was too muoh for them. They had
to surrender, and will have to be bound
with tha silken ties of love.
FRIDAY, Jan. 1860.
When I cloeed laat evening or this morn.
ing, the gay assemblage- were enjoying them
eelvea in ths ball room, at least all the
young editors, and they are nearly all young,
with the lads and lasses of Tiffin. The dam
oing, we are told, was kept up to an early
hour this morning, when all "departed'
highly pleased with their snjoymsnt.
This morning is spring-like, although
there is still aome snow on ths ground, and
ws have taken a walk around the oity. Tif
fin ia a very pretty place, containing about
7000 inhabitants, and is evidently growing
apidly. Many of tbs buildings are three
and four atories high, built of bricc. One
of tha blocka, that of editor Armstrong, has
atora rooms sixteen feet wids and ons hun
dred and eighty. four deep. What a lucky
editor, to have not only one of the bast offi
oee in the country, but a large blook of
buildings to support It. Us deserves bis
good luck, as he is a young, talented demo
crat, and a capital fellow. MoCee A Co
of the Tribune, have also a good oflios, and
are xoUnt gentlemen.
But I must close. The Convention, after
transacting torn business this morning and
raturning a vote of thanks, are now turning
their faoee toward their office. W go
bom with Conductor Clarke, and of course
ill be taken through safely and arrivs on
We have bad a good time, and every
meoibor of ths Convention feels grateful lo
ths people of Tiffin for their attention and
l be poems, toast, A9.. yon will raoaiv
through ths papers.
MuA oruel outrage was perpetrated on
two men named Zfenry Goldsmith and Da
vid Burk, oommitted to tha iail of Hamilton
county, on Wednesday last, on a charge of
-uiimiiik jutierr riogeie. tin heme lnifir.l In
j... were eenea oy several or the in
mates prisoners who demanded of them
money wherewith to treat the orowd. Be
ing aeeiiuite ol iunde, they, of eouree, oould
not comply, when they were assaulted,
bound, and sixty lashee infiioted npon eaoh
of their baoka. Their orles for assistano
were sumoientiy pieroing to attract the at
tention of the paeeer by In the street, and
although eome of the officials of th jail
n ui. uwr auu loosed in, no one 10
wriercu in tneir Denail.
rSUHinton R. Helper has ths following
in nis impending Crieis:
ws believe that thieves ara aa a e-.n.r.1
rule, leea amendable to moral law than slave-
The man who atola $300 from hi employ
er ought to know something about th feel
ing of thieves. ,
tSf"I wish I oould ha cured of Ivinc In
bed so late in th morning." (aid a faav
husband lounging upon bis pillow. "Well,
I will try the water-cure." said hi wife
pouring a bucketful on bim.
MONDAY, 2 p. m. Jan. 23, '60.
There ie better feeling in the grain market to
day. Buyera are readily offering the prices
quoted below, but there I but little changing
Corn in good demand at 50 cts,
Rye brisk at 90 ota.
Barley dull at 63 eta.
Oats 40 cts.
Whisky SSJi els.
Timothy eeed $3,00,
Hungarian Grass 50o.
Hay, per ton, $16 18.
Receipt very light.
Dayton Tobacco Market.
Buyere are offering for new tobacco : Round
from 46; Wrappers 5Q8; Fillers 9(33.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 21.
comprise 600 brie at 5,
300)5.40 for superfine, and 6,505.t5 for extra.
WHISKY Salee of 900 bbls al 91i(a91o
the latter rate for wagon.
GRO0ERIE3 Tha buainee doing ia but
mited, and the market remains unchanged
and dull. Sugar bg9c; Molataea 4647o,
and Coffee 1913c.
WHEAT The market continues firm, with
a good demand at 1,98(31,30 for prime white,
aod 1.23(31,35 for prima red. Sale 300 bush
prime white at 1,39.
CORN There ia a fair demand, and price
toady at 6354o. Salee 800 bush la bulk at
OATS There is a good damand, and prices
firm at 4950c. Sales 500 bush in bulk at 49io;
600 do do at 50c
RYE The market is dull.
BARLEY There ie a fair demand, and prices
lesdy at 7073o for prime fall, and 60a65e
for fair to good. Salee 1300 bush prime fell at
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 21.
FLOUR Sales of 5,600 bbls at 5,10(35.90
for superfine elate; 5,95(5,35 for extra do., 5,
10(35,20 for superfine Western; 5,H55,40fnr
common to good extra do, and 5,705,7S for
shipping brands extra round hoop Ohio.
WHEAT No sales of anymsgnituds rs
RYE Sales of 450 bush st 9099c, tbs
inside price in store.
BARLEY Sales 7,000 bush four rowed State
CORN Ssles of 19,000 bush al 66c, for
new White and Yellow,
OATS Dull at4546c, for Western, Cana
dian and State,
WHISKY Sales of 900 brls st 35c.
COLBY'S PATENT CLOTHES EEEL
It is cheap and durable price only , painted
and set up In your yard. It la simple la lu con
struction, ean he managed by any one and beeldea,
tha ground occupied br the old plaa of hanging
clothe all over tha yard, la worth mora thaa tha
price of thia Reel In one year, for ahrukbery and
fruit trees, and la Juat the thing for small yarda.
Call aad aae oaa of them In operatloa ta front of
my ahop, and ba eonvlnoed lor yourself.
S. U. THOMAS,
Shon on St. Clair, near Third atrei-
master Commissioner's Kale.
Hubb.ll. Alexander Driver. 1
e no. its sup-r. t.T.
PURSUANT to tn order of the Superior
L Court of Moot o merr oountr. Ohio, nade at ita
UoMBitior term. IBM. and to ni uiitM. 1 shall ol-
for at imbllo auction at the door ol tha Court Houm
In the eity of Dayton , In the aounty of Jdontffomary
UUOlcwttJ VI VUIV)
On SATURDAY, Fsbrnary 4, 1860,
Between the houra of one and 4 o'slock P. If . of
aaid ly the foll"wlng deMMbed Real Batata to wit
situate lo the State of Ohio, la tha eauaty of Mont
gomery and tn theclty of Daytoa, so feet of ol th
north side of lot Mo. four hundred aad nlaety -elx
(ess) on the revte-d plat of aaid city.
Bald property le to be eold oa a Judgmeat la favor
af Huhbell, Alexander Driver, agalnet aalvator
said uropartr Is appnlaed at St Sao. 00. aad aaanot
be sold (or leae than two-toirds tha appraised value,
which is pnv-.uu.
Tarma ol Sale Cash. N. B. JORDAN,
Meat. Com. Sup'r. Court Me. Co., O,
Joaaasj a Josnaa, PlalnUtTe Att'y..
Master Corneal! om er' Hale.
Trueteae C- ? Superior Cewrl, Me
Rudolph echwOer, at. ai. ) ''
PUKhllAN 1 to aa order of the Superior
Court of Montgomery county, Ohio, made at
Deoember term, lseS, and to me dlreeted, I shall of
fer al public auctloa at the door ol the Court ciouee,
On SATURDAY, February 4, 1860,
Betwee tha hour, of one aad four o'clock P. M. of
aaid day Ike following described Real Batata: atlu-
ata In tha eity ol llaytoa, aouaty of Montgomery
and Stat of Ohio, to wit: eat kail of Lot No.
thirty-seven kuaired aad Bfty-eevon (VtS7) aa de
signated oa tna revised plal of aaid city or llaytoa.
Said property Is to be eold oa a Judgment fa fa
vor of (he trustee of Letltl C. Beakue, agalast
Rudolph laaaer, el. al.
katd pro pert, la avnrateed at Se.. aad aaano
eold for leaa thaa two-thlida of the appraiaad
Tarnu of Sale Ceh. M. B. JOBDA H,
Maalar Coeamteeloaer Sup. Cewrt.
Joaoi a Joeuaa, Att ys. tor PI'S,
TIMOTHY HAY BY THE BALE!
AT LOW riODRBSI
Otf THIRD 8TBE8T, MBAB II. CLAIM!.
SUTM-IH,. W U
TIT virtue of ea Exeniitinn leaned from the
Court of Costase rieea of Moatfomerv coun
ty, Ohio, will
On FRIDAY, February 3, 1800,
tn front of the Court Houae, aell the following
property, to wit!
One Spring Wagon, eaa Horse, one Sett Single
Harneae. Taken a. the property of William Senna,
at tha suit of Gottlieb Pooh.
Sh'n". Montg'y. Co.
By GCO. NAUKHTH,
Geo. W. BfALAtiaax, Att'y.
WILL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL
business entrusted to hi. mm. . a i m.
eant. than any house In thlsclty.
1 will sell roods or houMhnla fiirathir. r
description, either at my room or at an? plae the
owners of geoits may require. I also cell at aue-
iiod, .Try nigntaunng aaca, week Ladiee' Drees
Goods, aueh aa
rronob ana BngUsn Qoods,
Merino Good a.
aaa all styles of
A Lo, a fine aa.ortment of BMlROtnRatRK nr.
ry description. Ac, Ac. Aad on ef err Tn.ur.riay af
ternoon, from t to r. M. at auction, ei.lu.lr.l; for
The hast of reference eaa ha eHvew
I aon.. 1 1 u-.. . , a
s" aauuawrf 'lore, aalweea Main and Lud
A BEAUTIFUL CANARY, (a first-rate
alncar.l eaoarjad ve.trd.w -.hi.. im.
from his care at the Swarnla h.i i. ' H. h.. m
pretty top-knot, la a bright yellow, with black .pota
on hla wings. A eultaoie reward will be alren lor
his return lo the Swaynte House.
Church for Sale.
rPHELUTHKUAN CHUKCII, oorner of
-- 4th aad Jefferson straete, Is for sale, (and If
tarma, apply either to
, . r. I. Fan ART or
J"S' JOHN McHEVNOLDN.
rPWO sores of land, with a store house
A and dwlllng house OB it. situated In Weatan.
noro, Preble cunty, Ohio, twenty miles west of
Dayton, on tha Dayton and Weetern Rail Rood.
ne store nouse le or brick, forty br eft; feet, two
stories high, situated right an the Rail Road. The
uweinng ie near tna .tore a frame cottage, con
taining Ave room, aad a porch. 1 will aeh eaid
property vera low and ucoa aaav nAvmenta. in
Huire oa toe promieee, 01 oi
J"a' llaytoa, Ohio.
TTAVINO reoeived a lame lot nt iw.t-r.
a-A and In eoaseouenee of the vuth., K-in-
corable, we will ae.l (for this day only) at 1ft cent.
ier can Come all ye lorerc of Uy.terc, and be
.uppiiou ai i. a, ei w. BI. CiKfcKN'S,
I"" No. SIS Third street.
For Sale Cheap,
OIX and a half acree of around, situate in
Dayton view, one fourth of a mile from Bridge
treat nrldge. There la on the premlMs a large two
tory brick House, with convenient and amuie e-l.
together with a well of fresh water and a large cis
tern. A portion of the ground la well aet with
strawberry, raspberry, gooseberry, currant plants,
to. Aleo aa orehar ol apple, ah rrr aad pear
treee. The balance of the ..... n i - .. i.
r ruvm.eooa nam ana an dmhihv a,,. i.ti.
cultivate. The above property will be sold lo and
J Mine, ror runner information, apply
, amos rroVTZ,
Jl on the Salem Road,
Coun ry Produce
NO. 2B8 THIRD BTRSBT,
15 IS ores Oranges
JUST RECEIV EDBY
BRANDENBURG I CO.,
NO 300 THIRD ST.
ACCOUNTS and Vouohere filed by Execu.
tore, Administrators and Guardlana, to this
data, are all eontlnued for eetiiement uatll the
eaeond Monday of February, isee, and are aa fol
lows, to wit:
John W. Vaa Clave, Bajasnta Hutohlngc.
Joeeph Zlnk, Charlea Waller.
Jacob Alba ugh,
Mary D. Van Tuyle,
K.te V. Vaa Tuyle,
Anna R. Vaa Tuyle, and
Jokn B. Nelbel'e heir.,
Joha O. Bonnlek'e kelra.
Notice Its Partition.
WILLIAM WOODRUFF, of the ooontyof
Luraa, la the Hate of Ohio, and laalah Hllee
aad Sarah Loratn Hllee, mnor chllilrea .ad heir, at
law of SUrger. Hue (loraaerly Margaret Wood
run, dacea.ed.) of aouaty, In the StaU of
Kentucky, will take aotlee that oo the lath day of
January, A. D. IK40, a petition waa Slad against
them la the Superior Court of Montgomery county,
Ohio, by James Voodrun, and la now peadlng,
wherela .aid James Woodruff demands partition
the following deaolibad real aetata, to wit:
"All that eertala tot kaewa and 4 scribed aa lot
number twenit-fouriMI oa the plat of thaaub-dl-vision
of the weel half of out-lot number eleven,
the original plal of th tow of Daytoa, wh'.k
plat of sub-dlvUloa la reooroed la Baok "V.," page
sa,e.,of the Heeorde a.' Deedeof aaid aounty, ly
"a euu peiug ia toe eouniy oa Montgomery, aad
Slat of Oklo," aad aow known aa 10I No. loss ol
the revised numbers of lots la the city rf Uartoa.
And that at the March term A. D. Uae, af eaid
Court, or atthaeasulng term thereafter, applica
tion will be made by the eaid Jamee Wood rug (or aa
order that partition may be aaede of sat pramlaaa.
. hiu wm. we IM .uuir,, leee
By THO. B. TILTON,
JaaSS-tdAwtt Atl'v. for Petlttouer.
J. W. DIETRICH,
Druggist & Apothecary
CPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
putting up praaarlptloa aad aucUela rmm-
rOR CHAPPBD HANDS, rACB.exo.
TUB OLYCAMYL OF ROriES IS AN
alee sat aad verv aBelaat ramede a eh.na.
roughaau of the aala aad lau.e, Msuterlng Ua akta
sort and smooth.
rrepara aad ror aal by
J. W. DIETRICH, Apothecary,
Jaal Ph 1111 pa Houae, Tkird at' Uaytoa' a
Lswto B. Pfcmt, Fl'tff., Bafor Samwal Arnold J.
agaiaiet r. Ol t.lay Tp, atoat-
Asal Aadrewe, Part, 1 goaaarv eotaaty, o.
ON th SUtb day of Deoember, A. D. 1S5,
aid Juatle leaued aa order of altackmeat la
above actloa for tia aum J eight doliaraad
alaaty-ala eealeL(,a.) lea eat tar hearing oa
lata day of fetuuaij, A. O. lu, st leo .Tuek
rrngrant Tooth Vnah.
'PHIS waah rffactually char,,,, ,h, teeth
kraathrl.1?' "''" '" " e.'ve In the
is a kealUy eendltloa. Prepared and for sols by
J'" Apothaearr, Phillip Houae. ,
hilblialneor rroet7tsI'tI T
JANDON'H Magle Pain Reliever Is a ear
Z . T amiotlons, (nna thorough
application glrec great relief.) For ai. t,f
t. W. IIIKTMCH.
uiyrr)i or Araim. .
XBJ T?m& toT Broi'a Cut, Born and '
ith-i.,:,,hK.0l.V,roL,n' A"" l-oarlralle.-.I.f",""
'I'"" riglh of Tinc
ture of Arnica, and caucec neither paja aor iuflea
Ing lo Ita application. Prepared bi nea
J0 J. WTdiatRICH, tdet.
Corn and Bunlosa I'ln.i.r.
FOR th onr. and alleviation of Corner
For aala hv ... .
ml " vim niurf,
Phillips Houas, Sd street.
II0ARSINI83 A BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS.
THIS unnleaaant and neinf.,1 ....! r
""T,h,"SI Cold." ma? D relieved by using one
a.V.".0.noJ1 T"""." ' lough t.'y"
uWm, -"" "" r W. UIKTHICH,
janiw Apothecajy, Phillips House, Id it.
FOUND AT LAST.
WHY NOT IMPROVE MACHINES
IOP Wnmsn's Ater..a .. a. . . ...
.Va-nioo'ri- apTtS te'
patented January 9sth. ibs9,
is rouan rue
HEIGHT OF TEKFECTION!
DURABILITY, CHEAPNESS, CONVENIENCE
-oniawuii ur UrBHATIOJn
.ihi. ,n?v'"',S of snow in Winter
or walking thro..gh wet grass In Hummer. Second
ly, as the wind moves the reel around readll,, th
.!-; "a nlll out, nor torn or worn
hen hung on an eatended line, and while revolt-.
. , ' . - . - iisiira utHir.,
.a.;i.i... "'" are turned to the sun,
and are thus dried more even and better, and In the
Winter much quicker. ,iwic
..Wi!!!'.,,?.r'l"V,r)' ,runt OMUPI" tke most con
venient position for use, It will olten be lound to
eome In the path to the Wonu.heJ, Carriage Houla
.da..rn;.',dr?.g..,,, tbt --a
I hi. object Ion h. long been seen and felt, henc
th varlouc attempt, to Throw tha arm. upon high!
v seand aome bv another, while some have built uu
platforms and the like to reach the frame.
now turn from thia eumlieraome, slow moving,
tneonvanlnt and rickety process to the """"Si
SIMPLE, DURABLB, CHBAPI
And easlly-oper.tlng apparatus wa now offer to
the public, at the low price of 5, painted and uul
up in tha yard, all complete. ana put
DIKICTIOlti FOR TJSIHO.
. Jf ,lkinr !?hVpo,t' on' ,"" hol"l ot lha lever.
..... ........ uW, wnen, aa it ny mag e, the arms
'' Slraetly beforj i th.Taei, I
etandlng In the very steps then occupied, the who a
'" may be ailed, tumlng It u need be from left
To h.LV.Tw "I "a" " within reach.
IO Drlnr thA flatna haosr tn 1 1. I ..
Uon.takeliold of the lever and pull It to you
E:.,hf br ,b O0"' rU la M by hob"!
be noJlSia .If UPPr nU ,f ,he ' will
h?.a'sroio.ug:i;r,i,n'i.",,'h"' u "-
8. B. THOMAS,
St. Clair, near Third it, .
W-County, Townhip and Town Kights,
for salo.-fcrt '
True as Preaching!
THAT ANY NUMBER OF GENTLEMEN
AT INCREDIBLY LOW PRICEBI
PTej-mllUY DOUBLE SETTS j
aiL iWlrt rirt-rate Harneee,
JAMES E. SCHNEBLY8
sTe. 338 Third st, asdr th Phillips Hens.
WJ fr,1 hM "ved his entire stock of Harness,
SeiMlee. Cellars. Trunks, Vallsn, Bonnet Boaea,
Buffalo Robes, Hone Blank.-., Whlpc of all kinds,
touaa S sieaoaai0 " ,y,rthlu Pra.nUf to th Saddlery
I Invite mv old aiiitnM.M mA at.- n..Kii. i-
ral to call and aaamlna my stock. Jt la
MADE of the BEST MATERIAL,
BY "NO. ONE" WORKMEN!
I WILL SELL CHEAP FOR rABWt
P ooit'r roaoar vaa rLAc,-JaS)
338 3d st, under the Phillips House
THRKR BOOKS WXST OP MAIM,
JanlS-tf JAS. H. SCHNIBLY.
DAYTON TUBLIC AND THK
. . u ...... . ... - ....... .. t,.i, iDiormoo tna.
from tbl. date until frth-r iw.ll-. I
A. PM.la.rik. UI...I V.lu. - . . . . .
Whole Cana, Selected,
Whole Cana, Ho. 1,
I am determined to aell a little mn IV,. n Ka
WHT, elnoe I aee a dl.noalilnn tn i.n ,j.,n..
Into the ground."
, ,. P. U. D'AHCY,
1"" P. O. Building, Third etreet.
Rev. VICTOR L. CONRAD. President.
Rev. P. W. CONRAD, Vie President.
Miss R.P. BKKCHEH, Presiding Principal.
piIE SPK1NQ ISKSiilON OF THIS
A wall-known Seminary for Vouna Ladteawtil
eommenea on the teth of January. It affords all the
advantage of aa Institution of tha highest grade
la the oouatrv. The Faculty Is complete In lu de
partmental and It ta thoroughly aupplled with
philosophical, chemical aud aatrooomioal apparatua.
eelentlnccherta, cabinet and library.
ror laiaiocue and Information, apply to th
A CONVENIENT DWELLING HOUSK,
and la a viaaal neighborhood oa Waet a od
street, inquire of
CHAS. E. CLARKE,
Jaal Clegg Building, Third etreet.
sHBRirr a balb.
BY virtu of ao Kieontion issued from the
Superior Court nf Moatenmerv aauntv. an tn
ma directed, 1 will offer at public cala at the door of
the Court Houae, la the eity of bajtoa,
Oo SA1 UKDAY, January 28th, I860,
aiso'crocs r. at. of eaid day tha following proper-
" wit: una viae Hunting case Gold Watch.
To be sold aa the propertv of William Cash, at
the suit ol Hsrsbmaa A oormaa, va. Wm. Caah, at.
... ' , WM.
JOHN Hll.il a...IM
Joaoaa a Joana, Atl'ya. Jaaiadtt
Oranges and Lemons
'"PUB UNDERSIGNED IS PLEASED TO
A announce lo his customers and the trad
generally, that he haa beeoeae eoaaect.d with oee
of the largeel Importing Housea In Nt OR.
LB AN, aod aleo eoelurlKW VOa-B CITY, for th
ptirptw of carrying oa mora effectually u
FOREIOW rRTJIT TRADB,
ORANGES AMD LEMONS,
Ia particular, and Foreign Fruit generally
B these arrangement, having aa lateieeted
kous at either of theaa Important point., wo
shall alwaya have full eupply of C'HOICB
PKUITI, selected with xshcial caa fur our
koueala Oiaeianatl. Wa raepaetnally lavlte yem
to call, or settd la yeuronaars.
0C1 riAH AUITAl or IICUT rtvn
STILL BB BBOB1VBD
Oa TUESDAY nxt.whan wa will oTer
lOS BOXES CUOICI PALAM0 0RAH0E9
le " LKatOMsl.
T - MK8INIA
IS BARRELS CBBOLI OjtAUUES.
prtm order, kedag eatlrelv fresh aad the Ira
tha New Crop. Carguaa of fruit will ha reeeiv
ed.eliherbyour Mew Orlealaaoc New York keuae,
verf few days during th aeaaoa. froa wkaae WO
will euaeiaatlf raoalva fr.k eupiy.
t. U. BTAVAX CO.,
M Beat Tain euwat, CtiaelaaatU
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