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Tnttllf Rftniiil, Tib 7,1860 LrEesdlng Matter on Krcrj Pafre.J MFor L.ooal, Tlnraph. and eth tatter of Intercut aad la form allot), o Kirl tad fourth i'un. Banks and Banking. V. To T Editor or thb Earia : I intend, btfor eloaing Ihit aerie of letter upon "Bank Mil Rankin," to gi ft thort r iw af tha natur,of than Wanks of drpoe It, discount and exchange, of whtah I bat pollen la fanner number. I believe thee Ml be eeUblinhed in our State,' lrf lien of banka of iaena, aoob inetitutione, which would aacara tha opi afrainttlo, furnish additional faoililiee not only to nan the produce of the oountry, but generally to de velop tha resources of tha State, and in ad dition to all that, give capitalist an nppor tanity to profitably invest their fund. 1 be are the three eotial ftbioh the ad' vooate of bank in tha Journal averted a good banking Uw ought to Jjoeaoes, and I aare him that all these purpose can be effected without creating such dangerous bubble aa banka of ieu generally prove to be. But before I enter upon the aabjeot of By Investigation, I tnuet refer to a speech Bade by a Mr. Mod row before a Kepubli eaa alub at Sprintfield, O. Tha object nd tenor of thi apeecb wa to arouse a party feeling against to aound doctrine of a spe eie currency, and in favor of tha multipli cation of bank. Ostensibly it was made in opposition to the - "Independent Treasury Law;'' but tha whole range of hi argument and formidable array of statistics are direct ly levelled at tha constitutional restriction against bank of iaeue and against the prin ciple which anierliee that reatriotiun, and upon which oar present Treasury I.iw is based. 1 regret that of Mr. Medrew'e apeecb, but tha meagre synopsis of the Hpringfteld Journal, republithed in the Dayi ton Journal of the 3d Inst., has com to my hand. But enough i there said to show tha tendency of his remark to have been in favor of a mora extended credit ystem for be says, "it waa a fatal mistake of t'.io State to change from it oredit policy to the present one." To prove thi , ha says fur ther : ' As a result of the clearing house system in New York oity, for 309 days In IMail, daily average debt of $20,807,333 S'. were paid by the use of only f 1,777,'.43 . By this system the largest amount of debts is paid by the smallest amount of money, but the State of Uhio proposes to pay the smal lest amount oi debt by tbe largest amount of money.'' To add oca tha New York clearinghouse as an evidence of the benefloial results of the "credit policy," wa unfortunate in Mr. MoUrew, for that clearing house is exactly the reverse. The banks of New York do not trust eaoh other over 'night, and hence they call upon every bank in the city to come np daily to tha oounter of tbo clearing house and settle. A bank that doc not meet it daily aettlements, ia at onne dis credited. At the settlement the bank exohangc their olaims against each other, suoh aa notea, draft, checks, Ate., and the balance ia paid in specie. Formerly these balance were paid by one bunk giving the other oredit on it book fur the amount found due; lometime they were paid in currency, but of late year this mode of payment waa abandoned, and coin for the balance doe is rigorously exacted. This, surely, does not look muoh like "oredit pol icy." For reduoing thia praotioe to every day life it amount simply to this : A and B are in business intercourse with each other. They make it a rule to settle weekly; at their aettlement A owes B lor good bought, ay $500, and B to A for work and labor done, aay $."25. They ex change reoeipta and B pays to A the balance of $25 in specie. 11 ere, a in the olearing house, a large amount of debt is paid by a mall amount of money, but tha exoeea of tha debt was balanced by a debt standing gainst it. Tha very faot that the New York oiiy banka do Dot encourage the "oredit policy'' among themselves, but exaot daily specie payment of balances, makes them compara tively the aafeat banka in tha oountry. llav log shown that Mr. MoGrew is wrong in es umiog that the Arew York clearing house system ia founded in a credit policy, the ar gument, whatever it is, which ha draws from it, that the State of Ohio should there for alio return to this credit policy, ia er roneous. To prove this, I will refer to it again in A. V. H. Legislative Items. were introduced and read tbe first time . To repeal sections 2 and 3 of an act fixing tha salaries of Judges, passed April 12, 1858, to amend section 12 of an act fur the punishment of certain oSenoea therein na. mod, passed March 8, 1831; to provide for tb collection and payment of costs in pros, eoutions for minor oflenoes, to amend sec tion 3 of an act to provide for the reglatioo od support of common ishoola in Cleveland, psssed March 25, 1859; for the preservation and repair of too National ftoad in Ohio, dec Mr. Uarrlnon'i bill to prevent the set. ting on foot of military expedition in Ohio againet tha territory or people - of any of the United State, waa discussed by its author, and Messrs. Stanley, Cox, and oth are. In tha House, petitions, memorial and raaaonatraaeee were presented and referred, aad a number of bill were read the second time and committed. The following ibill ware introduced and read the first time . amending tha aot regulating bridge tax and labor on tha road; providing , far the more epeedy collection of. olim in favor of th Bute; requiring streams of water to be kept olaat of drift wood; relating to tha wife iu conveyances of real .estate; to repeal the act relating to Justices of the peace, passe March 27, 1857; prohiH.ing banka and backers from paying out notea of specie' paying banka at lea than par. HTHeory Ward . Jteecher ia delivering , hi lecture on "Uow to save the Union ", -After a aaraful madiaal examination, be find that the organ of tha Union are aound and attributea it slight iodupotition lo tb bat that it "baa eaten too maor politician, and they set bard on its stomach.1' , ' ' i A 'WiiiTa Pokpoisa An Saetexn paper Motions th novelty of a wnita porpoise, jratoa waa. recently canghl ia tha Baguanay ... rivaa. h wigh 2300 pound, it a rare pe . aimaa, aad waa aaugbl by (area Canadians. Tat t'HARr-nta or AsoiTioxt Tha Windsor (Canad)Jfrld . that tb fu gitiva slav- ', flulai), jtrlt cltf hay lid a good cWt bouse and teacher provided for the colors b chil.l.sn, fiirnishml at the expeo of 4te aorprfcon titer ante Hw a churcn. To tha school they will IM wend their children, which ie shown by Va fact that the teacher appointed received his sala1 ry last year for doing nothing; and tha de. tetmiuatioa not to do so is openly expressed by tha most intelligent , p( tha colored resi. dent in Windsor, It also says: ' i It is not the laek of raeans to pain an ed ucslim that is the real causa of complaint; it is lhtania!gam,'on la not allowed in the Softools between wh.to and oolered; but a the white inhabitanta will not permit this, the colored people must eibr adot the separate sell. ml, or b content to remain without education, and all the money whioh mar be oollected ia Kngland will be una vailing in foroing open tha doora of tbe white school lor tha admiseron of colored children. K.The prisoners in the iail at Leaven- worth City made a bold stroke for freedom a fow days ago. The koooked down the jaiii or, took bis pistol from him, wounded him with it slightly on the head, broke bie arm, and then striking him a stunning blow to keep hi, quiat, iiaalilr deserted tha insti tasio). They wore all reoaptared, however, within au hour. Shanghai UilL . a noted desperado, was the ringleader. ' BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. Tn OaiaiSMi. Mrtm mt HiTtiMisrs in IS5V sua nrst article of tti kind ever introduced under the mine of 11 Pulmonic WArxas," la this or any other countryi ill other Pulmonis Wafers are ooiinlerfrlie. 1 b genuine eaa be known by the asms UHV AN being stampd ea each WAI'KR. BHVAN'H "L'LMUMO WAKKHS Keller Coughs, folds. Dost Throat, Hoarseness. BKaan a niLHUfiiu WArKKs Rsllere Asthma, Bronchitis, Difflcult Breathing. HKIAfl d 1'U I. .MOW ID WAFERS (lelleve ittln of Blood, Pains la the Chest. Bit! AN B 1'ULMO.NIU WAKKHS Relievs Incipient Consumption, I.uns Itieeases. BHVAN'H PULMUMIO WAKKRH Relieve Irritation of the Uvula aad Tonsils. BKVAN'S PULMONIC WAKKRH Hellers the above Complelnts In Ten Minutes. uhiam s ruLMuniu wamsks re a bletfllng to all ciMses and Constltations. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAKKHS Are adapted to Vocalists and Puhllo .Speakers. UKina ruii.Huniu w A r a n s Are In a simple for and pleasant to the taste, B ft Y A.N '8 PUL.MON1U WAFKR8 Not onty relieve, but enet mptd and leatlux Cures. HKIsn S rilLMIINIU WAr KK8 Are warranted to five sstiifaetton te every one. no tiuuiiy snouia dc without a Dox ol Bryan's Pulraonio Wafara in thi norma. No Traveler should be without a supply of H.n.n'. DnlmnnlA WalH. - . . . . . I!t HIS POCKKT. No person will ever object to giva Bryan's Pnlmonlo Wafera TwrwTT-riva ckhts. JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, Hochester, N.Y. soldhy W. W. STSWAIIT, myl6 DAjrton, Ohio HAY, PIA.Y. TIMOTHY HAY BY THE BALE! AT LOW FIGURES! OS TIIIRD STREET, NEAR ST. CLAIRST. oov'JS-ltdAwtl J. JL, cston KKKTS, in connection with his supply of Woolen ftlanulaeturer'a articles, a I ante and full aaittirtmeut of 1ml t a Rubher Belting, Packing Pacltint: Hose, Ac Woulil eeeially oall the atten tion ol Millers. Manufacturers ami IVIaehinlBta to my stock of lleltlns;, which ta lifty per eent cheaper than auypther kluu ot Belting for power and dura bility. Has also on ham! I.aelnt; Leather. Belt Hooki, warp., nncnine tnnn, nrruB,o. 302 SECOND BT , DAYTON, aprvr-tvw - Oregon Saddler Shop! SADDLES, HARNESS, &c. WILLIAM MITCHELL, Corner ot Filth Si Wayne streets DAYTON, O., -Maaafaetures and keeps constantly on haadavsrv vaaiety of 8ADOLEB7; HARNESS, ; COLLARS, ' TRUNKS, VALISBE8, Ao.,Ao., Of ths best material aad maka. Itlstheonlv house lathlicity tnat mnnufaeturea UUKLKU HA1K IAK LUliUAHa. 1 retnra myalnesr thanks for past favors, and respeetfullraoliolt a eontiuuanoo of the same. Citlzeus aaa rarraersar eoruijillylavltsutosalj andaeese.- TERMS CASH aov-lVd WILLUU MITCHELL. CITY DYE HOUSE. No. 292, oor. of Fifth and Stone Streets. TTHIS IS ON E OF TUB OLDEST AND X ruostrellaMe houses In the West. Particular attention will be given todyelng CRAPE SII.UVLS. Scarlet.Crltuson, Salmon and allother fanoy colors Crape, Broobe,aud printed Shawls cleaned to order Colored Cur net Warn. Or all eolors kept sonatantly oa hand, for, sale, wholesale or retail at the old stand, the Dre Houae DOUBLE & BIN OLE COVERLETS, made to order for euitomers. And all Kinds of It a ir Cnriieta. manufactured in the shortest tioastble time ta suit cuatomsra. Aejoodstoca of Carpetsoonstantly kept on band aad furaale at low Kates. CASH paid lor goodaaruet rasa, or oarnet rarita. Ken in eitchHnKefurcariet. I am verythaaKfulsnthepabllcfot thelrfenerou, atrouage,nadreaieitfuilvsoili:lt a continuance ol leaame. aprau-lWiUlvw J WM.TUHNtll To the Public Generally, and to aosne persona in Particular. TUU underlined hereby i'r notice that from and after the date hereof thev MtfiiM tn sulfbr anv person or peraons to enter uKn their aeveral farms for the purpoee of akootlns gaaie or aiiurtiHKW, Mlj lNU,uraTUUH neiUB Or ChSS- Ins same without peruiaalon. The law wlilhere. alter he strenuously enforced. Forbearance has seated tu be a virtue. . Uue miieeaat of JaUamisburg. Jacob Iteaner, David B, Niebel, Cttharine Ueincke, I'eter L. Uebbart. Philip lienner, . Valenlins Gebliart, ilea. ll. law. ... . , decas A CARD TO THE BUFFBRLNa. THE KEV. WILLIAM COSUKOVE, X whlls labortnr as a missionary In Japan, waa oured ot ComiMiSiUon.-wheu ail other aieans had aiieu, oy s lecipe outaioed iroaa a learned physician reaidiiu in the areat city of Jeddo. Thia rMlmi hu cured great numtiere who were anfTari. g from Con- uui iwu, uiuBvuiiii, an mroat, i;ouns, and CoiUa, and the debility aad nervoua depression sauaed by theae disorders. , llealrousol beuetltins other,. 1 will aend thia fh. pe, which 1 have brouKUt home wlta nie. to ail who neeu n, tree 01 cnarge. AUreas ., . wai. cosqrovi, H0 fieltlo-street, janlk-lmw Brooklyn, N.Y, To the 1'ubllc tieaeraHy, and to vui(rvrtn la tartlcularl THE nndorsiened berebv civa notine that a from and after the date hritf thv miu ,n snttsr an, peraonor persons toeuterupon their sev eral laroj, Utt U,c pur).oaa of shoottuf game, or for aportiug of auy kind, or crossing tickle or chasing ganie. or lor tbspurfoae of "HcknteUog.without paruissloa. Ike law win hereafterooatrenuously euloicol againat violator, and Intruders, forbear ance kas eeniMtd to tie a virtue. Miami Hlver,uouU Of Beat Creea, Aug. , J- J00B Wiavbr, William Wkivbe, ' MaXaoM tiHADB, , i , PaiLur 8. Ghbhabt, . uaoaua ruusr. auf0-wlj J. S. BROAD WELL, BOOKBINDER AMU ; . Blank Book Manufacturer Over Xho. fhaflar'f Dry Goods Iters, HO.. b8 MAW 8TREET. ' 1 . OATIOK, OHIO. i , i i a9Partiular atUntioa will ba sriren to Pat-aa MAJiUihU. jaata-lwdatasaw OHA3. tt; CLARKE, HEAL US TATE 'ITIiXl)uy end sell on '(Vimmieeinn Real VV r.tofall kinds, Honda, lnd Warrants, Motes, Mortgages, aa.t malreolletlona and nee llate Inaoa. Will locate Land Warrant, Inaure nmperty at reasonable rates In food reaimnaible l'nmntet,and doafenesal a "c)nd commission bualnaa. IfNa chart unless sate Is rie. ' ' OIBo with T. J. S. Bmlth. Esq , - flew1 BvlMlew, Tklnlatrwt. " : FOR RENT! A OONVRNIKST llWKIXINO TIOI SK, i. aad Ina pl-aaMtBelfhhorhood oa Weal Second street. Inquire o( CHA. e. CLARKR, . ial flemt's Bulldlnf, Third street. TO TRIDKi 200 A.CRBS riWB L AKt) IW LAPORTB COOHTT, IWD. TIT IS Is a very ehnire pieee of land, and in one of the heat ereiniiealathe tte. Will be eaebansea lor good Improved CITY PROPERTY, and waiaimti taid. t'HAS. CtARKK, Jan Clegg'e Bulldlnii.Tklid atriet. Cheap Farm. 57 1 -1 Al;",';!. r "ail from tha city, " t A between the Trov and Hrandt Pikea. and fronting on both( 6 aeres tlmtwr. Fine Orchard f beat stalled fruit) fond Prame Hoiiae, mania, cellar, well, e. Ural-rate Bun, Vs Sfet, corn nl.a.ao. aAacreeln Wheat. Also a food well at the hern. Soil eanellent. Tame lluouoni balaoes la leo, annual pav nenti. This ta a rare ehanee to get a ver,v choice Farm very cheap, aad oa the eaalat terms. ' CHAM. K. CLARK R, Jec1 Thlr.1 it reft. FOR EXrilANGE! ANtxeHUrnt Kurm in Lawrno uaty, IlllnoU, will b9 KehftiiKtM for cttv l'roi?rtv. it im ooinilf (ran Hailrosil wtitliou, (O, N. R. H.ihM fttwut loo om untier cuitivtiuo. Coot I lJwllin H'ium ornroimi. Alo,thr otht?r mftll dweli tonaoa th trinaMt Barn antlottier out-build Intra. Tint la urt3rJ at about what th Improvement coat. ( HAS. K. CLAHKK, d0 : j Clegg i UulMlna;, ThtrU it. For Sale Cheap. rPHE Kaiilno of E. Anion More, on X veflODd itrr, near Perry, la otter fxl at ft bar gain, If application la matte aoon. Tnti ta one of Uie aaoet datrabl placet In the city. The itou.e la lartc-, and fun!ahe?4 with every oonvfntence. Inquire of CHAS. K. CLARKE Hel Kstate Agent, novM Clecs'i building, -0 t. Wanted, AN Improved Kuril), fur which ftond Cin cinnati proerty,on Race and Betts streets will be eachauged. Inquir. ol CHAS, E. CLAKKE, novao Real Katate Agent, sd street. FOR b ALB! AHAND.SOMK KKHDEMIE, one uiile weatof Dayton, en the rlUe overlooking the the city, with uwanJe ol ft-wr acres of land. ThegrounU U well atocketl with bearing fruit treee, &rte; atrawberrlea, rnapberrtea, o., and lent of hruhtvery. Houae two tory, eight room a, In gool eondltioo, large oellar, and outbulliltuga An attractive pine. Tenia reaaouable. t'HAS. t. CLARKK, it'itt Sies u-nf i 1 itreet. 21 Dollars an Acre! FOR good Farm in Darks County, 6 mil en north eaat of Uoloa city, fi acrei under good cultivation, balance good timberi rich black aull. Frame houae of o rooma hanneomely altuated. and ur rounded by a locust grove, good irame burn, corn crib, stable, jnd other out buildings. Good bearing Orchard with all kinds of fruit. Tola la a great baricaiu. UHARLKS V.. CLARKK, aug aft. Heal I Kstate Agent, Cleyg's Building, Land, Land. I WOULD oall attention to Land now of fered to exchange for City Property or Goods, msairu mm iuiiuwi; OHIO tthelby, Roaa, Allen, D. fiance, Henry. Kill too. Darke and WllliamaCounllea. INDIANA Randolph, Wi'Ds.WahHMh.Htark, Jaeper, 1'ul ask land Lake Counties. ILtalilWOIO Lawr.M.ct, Kirhlnnd, Crawford and Jnsper Counties. MISSOURI Ctiariion.WaBhuiifton, Madison Ripley, Reynolds, Ore goo. and bhauuoa Counties. IOWA 8cott, Huchantn, liooue. Cedar and Van Buren Counties. MINNESOTA Dakota, Ham spy, Uice.Scolt anu MCLreoo counties. The above are choice land, and will be exchanged oa the must desirableteims on application to CHAS. K. CLARKK, Jyd Clegg's B milling, Third street. FOR SALE CHEAP. IX ACKKS, on the River Koad, near the tS Cincinnati R. R.. V miles from the ltv; small frame house and stable, eholce fruit vlues, slo. a very aesiranie place lor a uaruen loi. CHAS. h. CLAHKK, augi Third street. T AND WARRANTS UOUUUT & SOLD AJ at Cincinnati quotations, or located In Iowa, &ansaa, neorasaa,or missouri,oy CHAS. B. CLARKE, nhB Thirds treat. ARE YOU INSURED? I AM Ready to take risks for substantial companies, in the city and country on favorele termt, 1 rej) resent the following companies, aud can furnish ample refrences here aa to the reliabili ty of either: MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co. (IirCOBFOKATZD 1821.) OFFICE, No. , Wall (St., IV. Y. CASH CAPITAL, CABH 8UHPLTJB, 8)290,000. 64133,000. Irvins; Fire Insurance Co. (IHCOKPOBATID 1861.) OFFICE, No. 9, Wull alrvet, I Y. GABS CAPITAL, $200,000, CHAS. K. CLARKK, Agent, mart Clef's BuUatng,tl at. NOTICE. ALL persona indebted to Joseph 8tudjba ker, "Saddler," will please call al the Hard Ware tftor of th. UBdereta-ned. end naw im. ih.. by aavmg ths east of collection. JUUHUS ... J. LAKIiUUN k. IRQ, NSW PATENT REVOLVER. roe tALS at LANGDON'8 HARDWARE STORE, NO. ft, MAIN ITRKJCT. TUIS Pinto ie the lightest od In the world that baa force. Weight only Ten Ounces. ii ioauw juior intn oner nsiois are capped. la sure are under all aire um stances. No luturv ia caused to tha Arm or Ammunition by allowing It to rciumu luauru auyieugtn oi lime, it is so sim ple la It eouelmef.ua thaU is Is aot liable to get out of order. It 1 Perfectly Safe to Carry! The ey Under holds aerea shots. Two more than other smell piatoia. ianM Second Hand Buggies I Carriages W.W.PHILLIPS'OLL STAND 4tbaUbt)UJtTeraon aSt.Clalr, . A LA. RGB lot of aaaand bnad Bupgies an a. Carries ea for sale at very low prises for eaeiu JaoJI Uaal.KBS IN 1 CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES! VEHICLES of averr deaoriptioo on band aad far sale etieap, at WAHKEN rillLLIFS' 14 UaJ, on 4th street lain.. Jesrsoa aad at. ' I lair. ROCK A WAYS. . fH.I-.lONa, UAAUUCUES, JENNV LINDA, VUVK WAUONI, HfHlNU IKJ. Also aeaoaA bead BaaeualMa aud aaimles for sala CHUAP. tSttars siad.toardM.aad retarln dAA. la ta. bssistjls, easuortaoUe. JauK. NATHAN HAAS, AUCT iONKKK At ' COMMISSION MERCHANT, WILL AlTKN D I'KOM TTLY TO AU. Ixiatneaa enlro.fed to Ma eare, at a t( aav wik than an house In thlsotly. I will .HI a;""! or hou.vliolil furniture ef every dearrlptlun, eltlier at eiy rtmra or at .n, plae. the waete el SMt. k.t reuuire. I a(ao aell .1 au. lion, er.rr nlsht durln each aea lt jnl.,a' llrraa fiMts, sucb as rrancti otid BiiglUh QocxJa, Merino Oooda. DaLalnaa, Caahmaroa, and all styles of Dree Ooofla. Also, a fine aaaorlment ol KM nnoiDI RIH. oln. er ilrsrrli'tlun, ., o. Amlnnernrr I hura.lay af trrsiMin, trom tnO a. M. al auction, rarluslvrlv for lacllrs. 1 he heat of refeenre ran he riven. I t-Ortlfte S1I Weat n.,1 itn.t. na MIm a GniKlman's Millinery Store, het ween Main and Lud- llerio (lit W. II. CALLENDKR, Blank Book T.Tanuf ACturer AND WHOLKHALK IMI'EK DEALER, DAYTON, O. jenJo li JJo.rcs Oratifes J 1ST IUXEIVKDBY BRANDENBURG I CO. NO 300 THIRD ST. Jan? J. W. DIETRICH, Druggist & Apothecary fiiili.ii! norsui TIIUM) STREET, DAYTON, OHIO. QPKCIAL ATTKXTION (ilVES TO puttlliK up ire.orlitlona and medicines for fain lllai. jai.iO rOH CHAPPED HANDS, FACE, &0. 'PHK OLYCAMYL OK KOSK8 IS AN a- elosant and very etflrtent remedy for chapa, rouirhuena of the skill and late, rendering the akin sort anil .aioolli. Prepared and fitr sale hy J. W. UIK.TRK'H, Apothecary, janl . Phillips Home, Third t., Dayton, O. I ritKi'iuil Toolli WiinIi. fUIIrf wush efTfCttially cleanse t'le teeth and mouth, and all thnt 1. oil' Delve Id the breath; It preaortes the teeth and keep, the mouth luanealtry oandltlou. 1'repnred aud lor Bale J. W DIKTHICH, JanlR Anothrcarv, Plilllll Huuse. liilll:tiu or ri'Mcl Feel. T ANDON'S Mimio Puin Reliever is a ccr- a- tain cure for theae atllletlotia, (one thorough application glvet. great rellel.) r or aale hv J. W. DIKTKICH, Phillips House. Jan iily'frol or Aruiris. H remedv lor limine, Cuts, liurna and 8cahli, tho tilycernlatir Arnica la unrivalled. It has more than three times the strength of Tinc ture of Arnica, arid cauaea neither psio nor BUlti-n-lng In Its application. frcpHreil hy inniO J. W. DIB.1K1CH, ad St. f :orn nul llmilou I'liiNl-r. OR tho cure uud ullevintion of Curn. For aale hv J. w. D1KTRICH, Phillips Houae, 3d street. Jann ItroiH'lilul 'I'ros'liea. HOARSENESS i BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS. T'HIH unplensnnt and pniiiful result of "i.aiuiiiiiK v.o u," may ue relieved oy uaingooe or two 'Mlioncial Troches,'1 or Cough Candy. Prepared aud sold hy J. W. DIKTKICH, ian-jo Apotuccaiy, rhlUlpa Houae, 2il st. wars Kg.- i.a 5"a-;S ills Sills o o H-(7 a a s s g s H Pi z n S j n r- D a o & H o on? S; a O eVe For Sale Cheap, SIX and a half acres of ground, situate in Dayton View, one fourth of a mile from Bridge street hrldge. There ia on the premlne. a large two story brick Houae, with convenient and ample s.l lar room, good harn and allneoeaaaiy out uulldlngs; together with a well of fresh water and a largcois tern. A portion of the ground is well set with strawberry, raspberry, gooseberry, currant plants, Ao. Also an uruhar of apple, eh rry and pear trees. The nalanceofthe ground is In nice order to cultivate. The above property will be sold low and on easy terms. For further Informatloo, apply to JACOB MUMMA, Sen., or AM OH PPOUTZ, JanSI on ths Salem Hoad. For Sale! rIW0 aoree of land, with a store houie J- And 'Iw-ltinphouif on It, situated In Weit8o noro, Prable cmnty, Oftto, twenty mile weit ol Dnyton, on the Dayton ami Western Hall Road. The store houae It of brick, forty bv fiftv feet, two torlPi hUrti. situated riirht on the Rail Road. The dwelling is near the store frame cottage, eon- i tuning uvo ruuiui aim a purcu. i win sen saia proiserty very low and upuu easy pay meets. In quire on the premises, ot ol D. M. CURTIS, Janai Uayton.Ohlo. THE One Horse shoeing shop, ON THIRD STREET. A few doom of the Post Office, HPHK Subscriher ia now better' preparedr tnaneveno aooonimoaieun oiuausToner,BJid In Its various branches. Particular attention will be given to all lame horses, auch aa split hoofs, and hoof-bound, amlo rnsin their feet, will u5 cureuiniiiic.uiy iv iue owner oi suoil nof es, and 11 not, money will be relunded. ALeO. Horses that Interfere will be shodtopre. vent It. and warranted, or monev refunded. He win personally superintend all work entruitd to hlsoare. Thankiulfor past favors, he ruspeotfully asks a eontlnuanoe of the patron arc of hisold cus tomers, and will be happy to accommodate as many l w uuva saa saasaji iniui iiiui wiin ss cm I. apr'i-dawly NATHAN SIFFERMAN. Farmeis, Study Economy, AID tXAMiee Scarltir new r.ngle Corn und Jod mill l ESPECIALLY adapted to grindirjn all 1 J kinds of shelled (rain, as wellasoornandeohs. This mill took the Hnt prenjlum at the 01,10 stele LVrl ?.oJ ' tweatyfour eouuUea lu this Stale, nla fall. Mo Farmer ahould ba Without one, As fasts given b; our most reliable and ursolic) farmera, fhrouKhout the oountry, prove that It Is s savlo( of st least one-third by grlmll'is; all kind, of shelled drain for feeding Horaea, t attle aud Sheep, aad one-half or more in Iced 1 11 j buna, by boiliag tha nieal. TSs underslf ned hevlnsr purohaaed the right for the eouutlo -. MontRonary, Ureene, Clarke, HI lainl and r , . ow urepareil to luanulacture those valu. i- r , M III. to order, at the Rutk.ye rout 1 . ... 1 street, Uayton. Ohio. I all and. x autln. , .. . i.v' end for aolrcillai-. Ordi ' y attsnded to. Farm and Pchooi House '. , Uauttireit bv ths underained, at whoj. 11. Uoowereaolcnii.paatacaeou. Adilrt B. V. TAVLOH. UeelO Uavtonhlo, ',' let: '. van BtovePcllsb 3PHtbe. , L foe fit rat.s, st aosia twst thins of the sin la as if and brilliant polish to stov c.aia, eoraaieny tiaWAHT, a aula street. y True as Freacl lng! THAT ASr uOMHKft Or 'OKftTLH.MK? ' f:, ' ' ' AT IHCartUBlVf tOW JBICC9l 1 ryapj-jmrVlMIJlir FflTTS p n J Maat-raf llaicesa, i JAMES H. 6CHNEBL"? 8 ; SADDLEK SHOr, Ha. I3 Third St., aaitar th Phillips Boos, Where he ha. moved his entire stork of Harness, Saddles, rellaes, Trnnke, Vallsee, M.nrt Boaaa, Buft.lo Holies, Horae H an.ela, Whips c.l all kind., nd,lnrai,MerythliigerUlalii to th aadtllere buainea.. I Invite mv old euetosisr ami the puMle la gra eral to sail and eaaulns my stock. It la 11 AD 12 of (lie BEST MATtlll AL. BY "NO. 0NE'':W0RKMEN! I WILL BELL CHEAP FOIl CASH! ffnan't ronest tbb ii.cs,"w-3i 338 3d St., under the Phillips House THRU DOOIS WIST OF MAIN, DAYTON", OHIO. Janl-tr HNEBLY. FOUND A T LAB T. WHT NOT IMPROVE MACHINES for Womsn's comfort And henrftt, as well as spend so ajiirh tints sn money for apparatus to save Man's labor! t oijivs immiovi:i CLOTHES REEL! PATENTED JANUARY 95TH, is rounn rite HEIGHT OF PERFECTION! Al BEUA,ai)l DURABILITY, CHEAFNKSS.CONVENIKKCB AND FACILITY OF OFKRATlON. The REVOLVING CLOTH E RFKL Is bpeomlnn of almost universal use, and on tbe Rround of its economy as well as great conveniences for as it is eompait It may stand very near the kltohen tifor( and thus save muoh shoveling of snow in Winter, or walkinf throKh wet grass inHummer. Second ly, as the wind mores the reel around read! I?, the clothes are not snapprd out, nor torn or worn as hen hunt; on an extended line, and while revolv ing, all sides of the e'othes are turned to the sun, and are thus dried more even aud better, and in the Winter muchqulrker. While theoriluary frame occupies tlte most con venient position for use, it wl'l often he found to oomo in the pi1h to the Wondnhei, (.'arrlaire House or Si ables. and to be la the way of drawing wood and passing oarrlaf es. Ihlsohjeetion has long been seen and felti lience the various at tempts to throw the arms upon high er posts, ioe hy rack and ninton, some hy nnede TtseaiHl some by another, while some hav built up platforms and the like to reach the fr nines. Now turn from this cumbersome, slow moving, ino juvenint and rinkety process to the 6IMPLB, DURABLE, CHEAP! And eBily-oer ting apparatus we now oflir to the puhllo, at the low prioe of painted and put up la the yard, all complete. ' DIRECTIONS FOR USING. Walking to the post, one taks hold of the lever, and pushes It back, when, as If hy maKlc, the arms of the reel tilt down directly before the face, so while standing In the very steps then occupied, the whole frame may be tilled turning It as need be frmn li lt toriglrt, so aa to bring all shies of It within reach. To bring the frame back to the horizontal posi tion, take nold of the lever and pull It to you, and raise the lever by the post, tnd retain it hy the but ton or nlii. The upper end of the handle lever will be noticed to have several notches! the object of wnicn is to gauge ine uuing. S. H THOMAS, ft. Clair, near third it., DAYTON, OHIO, tkOounty, To woe hip and Town Kightn, Tor f.ulo.'fefll jani-tr NEW LAW FIRM"! , . a. 8. TOUNO, DAVID A. HOI K. YOUNQ k IIOUK, ; ATTORNEYS 5 LAAV, Ol'FlCK IN GORMAN'S KU1WMNU, NO. 3S8 THIRD NTIIKBT, DAYIOH, OHIO. janl7iailAvr oh as GEO. . MALAMBRE, Ittorncn at Ltawt OFFCE ON MAIN STREET, . NEARLY OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, DAYTON, OHIO. Janl I860 DISSOTj TJTIOlf OF PARTNERSHIP, rpHK Partnership between the urulerilgne,ln the JL Praotlee of Jaw, Is this (lar dtaaulved by niU' tuaieonsent. janl6-Uw GKU. W. MALAMIIKK, UAVIU A. MUI'H.. I. N. & W. M. GREEN, PBALKRB IN G-ROCERI ES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND OYSTEKS, NO. 316, TIIIKD ST ARB NOW PREPARED TO SUP- Dlr their eity and enuntrv friends with anv thi nil and tverv thlnar In their Una that is nice and desirable. Our varied assortment lBOompl-te,nnd . A Una lot of Winter and t all Apple, Jmt received at I. N. W. U. Green'a. Freeh Kutter beat quality alwaj to be had at I. N. W. M. Green's. Alar: invoioe of fine Cuttinz Cheese, at low prises, at I. N. W. M. Green's. . Kioe Fresh ider just received and for sale at I. N. It W. M. Green'a. Choioe Tens (Ureon and lilsok) at very low nrlooa. at I. N.A W. M. Green'a. , OYSTERS Oysters, fresh every day, from Baltimore, and at reduced pricea, at I. N. a W.M.Green's. , Choioe Family Uroaeries, soleoted onre- iuiit sna warranted fresh at 1. n.a w.m Green's. . Coma with your money and buy oheap uroceries wnere you csn nare tnen ue. Itreredfree of charge, at 1. N.& w. M.OUEEN S, nova No. IK Third street. BATHS, BATHS! M R. PETER D18TER would inform the J-'A Cltlsens or Dayton and the traveling public, that be baa opened a B A TH-H O US E At his VarberShon.nn MarliMt ...aa. e Jefferson, where he will have ready at all times, Hot, Cold and shower It a lbs. These Baths wilt be kept clean and seat. Connect ed with the Bath is an EXCELLENT BARBER SIIOP!! A tares assortnientnf .hnln. n...r. ... , 1 1 be found at the same place. re. ikk UI8TKH. CHARLES FISHER. GROCER, TJKALRK Counry Produce J ' AND' PROVISIONS, no. 288 Third street, . dayton, ohio. Jantl d.t 8HORT ANO BWEBT. 5UHDH. COholea Brown Bugar, a hushslsshol. Urhrd Peaches, hslvesi a onaks oholue Frenuh Pruneai i a bbls. Peuneylvanls Heart Cherries; Lrled AppUa, f.ars, llJacklierriea, ami 1 cans sraes, hslloiig and quarts. lAlsu. iSvaaesuuloegulilen ye low Bio Coffee, rorsalsby CHAHLKS I'osr, Itast Keeond street, (.ours from Main. Jaal A PPLKH, by tua barral or bushel, for uli if nova V m m mviL. tspr. COLO ANO SHOVM BATHS. )(. ' Orangas aad Lemons FOR 18GO. irrtVNJt)EIi.SlGNF.D a PLEASED to M,rlly,lhal he aa. hoome .unaeetetl with one Of iht- laieat Imertlvff Hoo.e. Id NBW OB I.h anh, and alio en. In Ml w t OH ( IT Y, for the puro.e of carrying oa mora n..tuallr th rOREIOI TRUIT TRADB, ORANOKS AND LKMONS, In particular, and Foreign Fruit generally B these arrengementa, having an Interested hmise st either of these laipnrf.ot nolnts, we shall alwas ha v. a full supply of CHUICK rHl'ITS, selected with s.rn iai. raaa for our houae In Cincinnati, We reapectfnlty lavlta you u vn.., v. itwi in ,u.r gnnn, OUA HE ST ABBITAL OF IICILT 1 AffH WILL BB KBCBITID On TUE8DA.T next,wbB wa will rt for Bala: 100 BU.XES CIJ07.ca PALAMO ORANOKS 10 " LKelONS. IS " WKSKNIA ' 80 DARKEI.8 CRROLB 0KANUK8. In prime onler,helng entirelT fresh and thaftret of the New Crop. Cargoes of fruit will be receiv ed, either hy our New Orleans r New York Bona, ever few days during the season, from whsnss w will soaatantly receive a fre.h supply. . i. S. BTAUKI CO., Bt Bast Third street, Clnela: all. Jan I s-r AMERICAN AND FOHEIOH STEREOSCOPIC EMPORIUM!! . ANTHONY, 80ft BROADWAY, KKW YORK, AfltrMwUt, ltrG0,f &01 If ROAD WA T, turn aoor jrom itt st. lieoia$ noitu Tttff 6t?rntooi in th moil lnitravtlTe. Inter. etlnir, entf-rtatn.ng , trautlnf ftnii exoiting ot mo4 rn Invention. Nop m to eutiir, bob to old, bod too ln telhRfnt. none too uneOucntoU, to vcknowimif Itt worth and bnuty. No horn Ik complete without It, n4 It Biuat abit will puetrtft everywhere. It )irfnt to your view erer part of the world. 111 ran inn rvuvi. vui-.iu-jb, 'rrsipvaiiT, mu narj Bf!M of detavtl, m ti yo WN OB sUlB eMlt. Fi.ukoiraihr re verywhr exptortng Eu ropf , A!., AfrlcA nd Amfrlu. in eAt-eh of the ftrnntl und the DeAuMul, and the reeultt of thetr Kill Are ounetftntly enriching oar Bioe:. We hve nn Imtncme variety of napr Vlewa of Scenes In Haiti, Louden, England, Hootlend, Ire Und, Wlei, France, Belgium. Holland, ftwltzet land, Rilu, the Rhine, VnraAlllee, St. Cloud, Fon tAinllAii, Tulllertea, Iteiy.Turkey, KffTpf, Athene, the Holy Land, Chinas liidla, Cryata. PaIao, alio ristiji) nuiuiioai, mih using, raarriAge aoenoa. hrcAUiAt eoenea, pio-ntci, tAtuary.Aa,. to. Anex- flulWHe aeeortment of lilnmliiatcd Interior c Pl aoea, Churohei, and Cathedral! of Franoe. Italy, kc, . The ajrteot of these llluwinated view ia most rem Ark Able. KVEHT OENTI.KMAW Or WIALTH AND tCJUltD tsbtk ihould have In hli drawing ruotm aon of our exqulttte vlewa on glare, with a revolving tereoeoi)pe,ahowlng 19,96, o or luoeoenee. Noth ing can be mure faticlnattng, and one can offer no greater treat to e friend fond of ine plctureaqu and the heautt.ul. Ant mny'i Instantaneoui Stereoscopic Vlewa are the lateat PhoC4Kraih.a wonder. They are taken In the fortieth part of a aeoond, and everyrhlug, hu nit. tier nuw i-npiuiy n mmf oe UtOVItlg, ! aeplCt- ed as sharuly and diatliMtlv aa if It had been nee. fectty atreat. Thia glvea an additional value, for to the beauties of inanimate nature It adda the charm ef Hie and motion. The process la a dUeov- rry uur own, anu neing unknown id Europe, we receive from London aud Pnrla larve ordera ltr in. thoan Instautaneoua Views of Auterieaa life and ecenery, Ainoiigother thing, we have just published Stere oscopic Ul'iitrstlons of the Hcmie of the Pulton Street Prayer Meetings, tn which many hearts feel an interest. The particulars of thia will t found In our Catalogue. Our Catalogue of subjects and prices will be for warded to any address on receipt of a staaip. Parties At a d atauoe aen lug ua ta, $6, $10, 16, iu,or f onu have a good instrument and auch pictures as they may request, sent by jfcxprens. Views alone, (without iustrunirnt.) eau be sent oy uinii. Parties who wish to be advised of evenrlhln rm. ally valuable In the line that cornea out, may send us their name-toplaceon record, and we will keep thein posted at our own expeuae. hma of icluurc will find Photography a most faa climting and delightful amusement. We are pre pared togtout amateurs wltheverythlng necessary Cot thdlr auccesH, together with Instructions "How w iMite oiereoscopio victurca." B. ANTHONY. Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic Materials, Htereoseopes and Ktereoecopl? Views. LMeruhants from every section ol the country are respectfully lnvltd to make an examination ol our stock, as our discount to the trade will be liberal. TO PH JTOOHAPHKRS. First -class Stareoscop lc Negatives wanted. Hend by mall, a print unmounted, with price of DISSOLUTION. TH E firm of A. A J. W. Oebhart, waa dleaolved on the 'iOth of November last, bv tha death of John W.Gebhart. The undersigned haa purohaaed the interest of his late partner In tbe stock of Lumber. Lath, Hhtngles. &o., belonging to the late firm, and will carry on the busmen. AH who are Indebted to the late Hrra will see the necessity of soaking im mediate payment, and are requested to call and ariaiv widiout ueiay. a. ua.HHAKA. jauia-iwatiinw WB ALL WANT TO LIVB. 'piJE Hubioriber, wbo i no better than - he should be, will try to no what la right, without pretending to do better than his neighbor. H. only claims a modest share of the patronage ol mc puiMio, anu ne is wining to lei nis customers iudge aa to bis prleea and the quality of his goods. CnAKLca PUkT. East Second street, 4 doors from ataio. J 1111 at Havana Cigars. ioonoHENRY CLAy IUjVUU 6,000 Conetraa, . 6,004 LaPrtmavara, ,00u Ocean Queen, 6,000 Opera, y.ooo Little Giant, Just received aad for aale, VVhoiesale and Retail. V. r. 14. HriUl.Li, Janll Phillips House Building. tTew Meat Market O R EGO N. IMIK UNDERSIQNKD, ALIVE TO A- the necessities ol the neoule. haaonenad in his Grocery Store a DAILY MEAT MARKET, Where the nubile can find, dallv. Fresh Beef. Mulv ton, Pork, Lard, Sausage, io., at the cheapest Mar- In my Grocery every family need ean be supplied: besides good Catawba. Old Rve. Brandv. Aliavnth ju ivi.ctrvuf anu rAVfiiaui sKuirij? wins. Which I sell at iu oenta tha nlnt. and A Mnti nar uirl HID m Vsall. PUILIP WALTZ, COUNTRY 80AP WANTED. ( jOOD, dry, hard Country Soap wanted, and J bousht lor Cash or trade, bv East Beoond street, 4 daors from Mala. janl C. J. ALLEN, M. P.. MA DRIVER TOWNSHIP. OFFICE AT HARRIES. 117 ILL attend to all bualness entrusted to htm with ir promptness and despateb. Peittcular atten. lion (taiu to u Lesal Panerr drawing Deeds, Moris-ages, Bon uoiieottons promptly mads. jaul'-lm l.lmw Huckwiieat. 9f.nnLBd. of nice Haokwbeat Floor iJJJr foraa eatll Main atreet. a door. ha low in. ai.mei nouae. deel MoINTiaE BalRD Beckers Hall ! THE LARGEST, BEST AND MOST - cominadlous In the city. Seals for one Thousand Persons!! By the single dsy or for a long Lease. nnvfi v. BKCKKL. Monroo'a New nd Bocood-Hand tstora OAZKTTK BUrLDlNO. MO. 259 3d ST . DATTOX. IIYN AND HK I.LH FOR CASH OR EXCHANGK j f nouaenoiu uoooss. sucn as Bedsteads. Beddtns. Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Cook and Parlor Moves, snd rxvs ia.h lor old Iron, Brau, Coper, Lead, arm num. uiu nuuinn, m. A lau. a aoieuuiu uuitar. cheap. KillTH, MONKOK at CO. dec l-l md Michigan Cranberries. rK HARRELS of thabest quality of Michi san l-ranberrles. la excellent condition, tn. received, and for ssls at wholesale aad retail, at not No. Sua, Third at. FOR BALE! Two Valuable llousei A Lots LXMt HALE CHEAP ONE SITUATED A on Jooa stroat, between J Her son and Brown Brit k tow-stor) house, stable and out- houses, well furriUhed. The other Is on ftth street, near the junction of laeJle ana liu. a cottsge houae. sta blry, out-houses, A good residence, well fur- ii lint a. murar w m urn sw u Dar(rein. 'or particulars apply to U. CUrk, Umpire Otto. ALKX. TAYLOH. (leoMBBtdVvjr - oar Centrevllle. Daily Market. f 'HTOCKMNB ha rurehatad tha meat u eetabilshauint oa stala stra, adjoining the Pbllllie Houaa, aud will kap eonatantly o IuumI a full suiipl)' ol ireeh assata, fKiullry, U.ttsr,aa, . Jaail IN pur nance of the profeedinfe hereto fiee had la the nper-f (Jnurt of Montgomery eonntv, ihto, and In ohedienr to the atitute to rrnlte the sale of irho l Inds In surh cast- snade and proriMed, 1 will proceed to nHt at Puhllo A no tion atthe door of the Court Houae. In the city of Uayton, betwacmho hours of I and 4 o'clock, p. M. On tSA'l UKlA Y, Kehruary 25, 1 SVU, The fallowing- dacrtlfM gohool Lands, to wit: BAlng th norlh-weet qnarte-r and part or the hnrth-esst quarter of Saxitimi Iff, Township t, Range 6, east, ate., tying weat of Btillwater, la Harrison Township, la said ooutMy and Btatei thinning at the north-west ttner of sld Hetion.1heneaet on the north bouaday line of said ftMtlon to the snld'ile of fltillwatii thenne down said river with the meanders thereof through the li and to the half-fteetlon line of aaid Section: thenns west oa raid half fteetlon line to the West boundary line of said Section; thence north on said weat bonndary line to the plaee of beginning, con taining one hundred aad eighty -si a Ti-loo acres, more or less. The aforesaid lands have been appraised at eighty dollars per acre, and eannot sell lor less than said appraised vame thereof. The payments are, onMwelfth of th purchase aioaar to be jmld at tha time or the sala, and the balance n elevra annual Instalments of equal am. -tint, with annual interest thereon from the day of aale. DANIKL H. DRVDKN. Auditor of eiQUtttomcry county, GlLlKtT RflRNBItT, Att y. for the Township. Jane-dtwftw W. IL CALLENDER, Blank Dook Manufacturer WHOLESALE PAPER DEALER, DATTOW, O. Jaa2( ROBERT OGDEN, rium(Xr nnsl ktvnwn Pipe) Fitter, BECXEti'l IIW BVILDIHO, NO. (I JirillBOR STREET, DATTON, OHIO. I HAVES on hand a larea qunntiffof Lift and Fores Punns for Walls aad Cisterns, of Copusr, Iron, Lsail Pipes sad hwl ladi also all kinds of Bra. a Works. Putnns. Bath Water Itloa. els an Wa.n Htanda Rxed and repaired on tlis sDortsst notles sod most rsasonabls terms. BHAUTlrUL FOUNTAINS Will b pat np for all who mar deal re then. In tb very kuiatyls, and at prlosa to suit ths tla.es. I will .ttead to orders In 11.1a lln. uromtlv. and will fuarantea satisfaction eaa supply mechanics, Distillers and Manufac turers with some of the beet Lilt and I'tirce I'umoa In the States) they will dleeharf e Imm ssvsn to one hundred .ntf slxt, aallons per nlauta. All work warranted, and at aa low prises aa tha lowest. ( ..bp.ldror old Copper, Brass and Pewter, ho. janlo-.a BWBKRT OGDEN. MANHOOD, HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED. Jut PublUked in m Sealed Envelope, IfflL 0N TUB NATURK, TRRAI il JMRNT AND H A f ill! A T. PITHU CiV fiPKHMATORRUtK, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and In voluntary Kmiasions, inducing ltn potency and Mental Mid Physical Ineapaoity. By ROB. J. CULVERWELL, M D., Author of "Th Green fiook," de. The world renowned author. In this admirable Lectnre, elearly proves trom his own experience that the awful eonaequeDces ot self-abuse n ay he efltectually removed without Medicine and without dangerous Surgical operations, bougies, Instru ments, rings or cordials) pointing out a mode of cure at onoe certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition nia 1 e, may ouie himself cheaply, privately and isuiually. This jLeolurewUl prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Bent under seal to any address, post paid, on the receipt of two postnge stamps, by addressing lr. 4'H.J. C.KLINK, M. U.t tttt First Avenue, New York, Post Box 4btM. jauia-flm Mot ice 19 hereby given, .bet there ia now pending before the City Council of the city of Dayton, a petition ef K. Thresher, presented leo, 12, ifefifl, praylug for the vacation of "so muoh of a Toot alley aa extenda trom Blind street to the Race or ground formerly occupied by 8eiy'e race, forming tha north boundary of Xodwlck plat between said points and a short 13 foot alley constituting the east boundary of lot numbered l'-lB. and extending from said 1 loot alley to said race.' The City Coo noil will take action upon the said petition alter theexpiiation or six weeks from the Fiublleatlon of this notice, and may vacate the same f there be no good and valid objection to such ac tion. Aa A. BUTTKHKlfcLD, hy order of Council. City Clerk, deeae-ltdtkwftt S. M. LOOAH. II ' J. OODEH. Logan Fir and Water Proof Patent Improved Composition Roofing. Patented Dee., 27, etttt. "TT1 ROM a long experience In business, the Inven JD tor baa uisoovered the chief causes of tha failure of all Composition roots heretofore In use, and after a complete aystem of chemical, artificial and natural experiments, and a thorough, practical teat, he haa produced a rooting composition superi or to any composition ever ottered to the public This composition will not burn or fre, an1 con sequently will-not crack either from expansion or contraction. 8a moles mav be seen at the Citv Ho tel. Mate and County rights for sare. For surther particulars apply to ti. M. LOGAN A CO, fan. tt uwv.-sma juayton. u. Tremendous Crash. DOWN GOES THE PRICE I I. N. & W. M. GREEN, TTROal this time until further nolle, will Mil 1J Oysters at tha following prloes: wnoie t;ans No. I Oysters to oents. naif Cans do s " Whole Csn Bsleoud Orsters 1,10 nalr Cans do 66 eents. All (Jvflall sold hv na wapr.ntj.ri mnmi .1 r.t. Cona wh.ra you eau aave money, and buy your Oyaters at I. H. k W. M. GRKKN. Jao ll-tf No. SIS Third St. CIGARS! rpHK ttnderilpned haa on hand and for -a- sale a rood lot of old Clears Cuba. Havann. andsooooextra hair-Hpanlsh, In boxes, which he will sell oheap. Dealer, end others will aleaae call at Nixon's Tobaooo Warehouse. corner of Flrat and tit. Clair streeU. A. II. NIXON. JsasVlsad Pianos! Pianos! hasa just reoeired an elegant aaaort- ' aient of Pianos, from th. best makers In tha Eastern cities, oomprlaing a great varletv of styles an sixes. Thev have the largest stock to hs found anvwhera In this vicinity, all of which will be sold aa low a. they ean ba bought In New York, Boston, or any where else. or Call at tho oli established Uead qoartara, oornerof 3d and Jefferson at. Jan. CHAS. KLL1. Notice. TBa pnkie ara hereby notified that I shall, from this date strlotly enforce tha ordinance rela tive te offal in tha streets. Peri' as are particular ly warned sgainst throwing ashss in tha strettts. Tb. peaalty for violating th. ordiasnoe is a In. of not less than Br dollars and ooats. WM. TREBBIN, Janll Btreet Comtaiaaioaer. WLntarla Bar. r1Okssp hand and feet warm, the ub JL aorlber has rbraale s good assortment of horn, mads socks. Al.o, realribbed Rhekersooks, buoa skln, dog-skin and woolen mtttena aud glovee lor mens boys. CHARLES fOHT, novl aw Bast td St. doors from Alain, Store Kooms to Kent. THOSE TWO VERY DESiKaBLK .larga an oomtnodloua Store ilooms On th north side of Thlru strevt. at ureaeet occu- ptedby Darst Si Herehadrode, from the la.t d i f lleo. tuber next. J, BKCftMiL. aovsa CIIH1STIT1AM II A Ms! PRIME NEW HAMS JUST READY for Christmas sating. XXX BUCKWHEAT, Th very best quality In th markst. ' GBOCBRIH for th HOLIDAYS everrthlnr ice 1. K. UKBHSHT, No. as, Jelterson street. dc3t TUIlNEIt'S INK. TNK8 OF EVERY CO1.OR AN'0 IN any auaatity. aept eonetaatlv on hand. Bhoamakar'aluk, ta boitloa ot all alaea, Br thi Kko ob Babrel Believing, from tha manufactu ring Importance which Uayton haa attained in the weat.thataneatab-11-hm.nt of this kind Is nsMaaary, I have opened It, and now present my different colored Inks for your approval. If you think ltdeserves your pstrouage, 1 ahalloe thankful fur It, aad It shall bemy future alia toglveyougeaeial satisfaction. tufK eood article of Conr Im ing Ink by tha pint or quart. rin-lKWI). Church for Sale. THE LUTHKUAN CUUKC1I, oorner of th and Jetrereoa sttMts. la roe .ate. rand If wanted) with all Its furniture and fixtures. For gau, apply sitaerto T. U.in.KT Or Jaail joum auBKirNULM. j Ttniaui' srrsawl nrviNC 1 FLUID. 1 SVTOIk. 1 a J