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umpire nuiiaiug, 110 Mala strati . , PAU.T icMria. i, 1 1 Per nk, (peyelee to Mrrlw....,..- 10 Byml pexiMiiimtaxlwiio! a , CC WKIKLT KMPIKks'.". One copy pet anntim,... .'......:. .'...J....'.1.. .fl 00 naT-The Banna nlroiilete.free of peeta-e In Mont-I gomery oouoty. Payment tn cdveooo In a eeee,tB. , , , ,, I ,. . ! I III! , ... job pRiNTiifd,;;"''.' Of every deaorlptlon, stwutet! on Steam rmm, la he beat at)rli and ai reeaoaaale prioea, Ll.i'i rtm.ni!" arSBVATVeawoewi i t MiilliiA 1 tit :n itti ' . 1 Cf5 ) VOL. XIV. DAYTON OHIO: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEH'fif, i 862. NO, 105. ' ' Vg .-! T.- III .T '!(! I.'. M.. '.-.ni Jijjrrt '!: -I ,)' I I, ,. I .Y,.V. Dayton Business Directory. Tama rot AtWBBTl.iad la ttmitVM UlaioroaT. Reaular yearly edvertieere, on liaa gratia, inhere 94 per yeari -l for elx raonthai 91 Car three months. ew-Atianenl to ail otwev la aduanea. -i j.' i '.( ? ' t ir 1 0 CITY OOVBRNMBNT. Mayor. William H. UnlaBiriV;' office, 10T, Main. Mtrihnl.tAuv1 B. OaHw otoce, at Mayor'a ofllca. TrM.Mrtr.-U. W. Reaae; office, J. W.larat A Hro'a. cWiMfor.- Joaiati latTall; omtte, .' atrk. Anthony eHepliuaai onto, Conned Ohamber. CVy 0unci. ' ' '''' ' Klrat Ward Amoa Danker and Hugh Wialn, 1 1 Keoond Ward Kara Hi mm and Hiram Btrong. Third Ward 1. M. kiarujd and Ueo. W. Huiftm Fourth Ward J. A. M mink end L. L. Oillllead. i - Kllth Ward Kara Thomaa and Ueorae Lhme BUM) war'i Mii""iui"www, . . n.tivauriiilplff(ua Uit?m or" JtoMa. 1 r . . nHli.a 1.1 nair Mtln. John U. Htoppelman; olUoa, a a 3d bat Jell SI. Clair, Jauiea Turueri office, 05, Jetteraon. . I .OMMtattan, I y.'A.l laaao Hale and areJel1rey. ... ., i. , .- STOOL Haebotim L., Main, bet. d 4li, trrer Markal Hohae. v , r . Attorneys. ' Vi I I Aakarrn,Jolm.,aBOond alorjf, , Malt, i .1 I Hailinann U. J,., oh, stain. , ij Ouppy, r P.. Cleg a Building, Sil.Tx-l. Watri A Jcr7. Honk A MoMahon, 31, 3.1, tail. Main and JeHenioii. ll.tik, 1J. A.. Cleg' Huil'llng. 3.1. Iet. Main and Jeff. Jw'k.on, B. B., aecond atory, 8111, l. It Jordan, J. A., W, Main, nll and S.I. " Jimln, N. aoorad and Ma:n. ' lawman, A. B., 34), 3.1 bet Mam and JanVnton. 1 liwo, Thomaa O., roalomca Utuldinat, up atairi, Malainbra, Uaorti W., Wl, Main, luttSU a id 3d. Molan, M. P., old Kmliira BulldlDf, Id. . Tilwn A Kltoh, aaoond atorv, 311. 3.1. . Weakley, II. H.,0oiior (tmldinii, a cor 3d A Mam. Anrlat. "' ". Wlto, Johri, , 3d. .."..,"..,."''.'",? Ohrlatophar, Jaaaa K., oor Market and JeflerMQr ' ' Ifuber, O. P., old pout Om-a, 3d. ' -- Dell llaufier , Hool, Joaepli,eootdii4Cudlow, ("..it Bank Blnilera. Odell.T. W., n a nor d and Main, gmith, J. H. 0., Uleim'a HullAm-, 3d, bat Main A Jelt Hoakaaller. ' Wagner, J. N.', 97 Mam, up-ataim,oppoilile Market, , Bickay, Jamea, 31, 3d. , (, , , Baaia awrt Rttooa. ' ..:- .1 lloohwalttUeorira, 31a, ad, btt Main and Jarfcraon. . . Kelly a uarns, riiimji. iiwiitm, .mi. ... l.nta A Weckel, 1114, Main, LN.t and Market. , ..i Walker. WiUuun, 3UI.JU. UM Bmatiul Jettwauo. Bravekata, Balaialora and B4ep E.adtlera. Balaley, J. JA., ittt linl. out of canal. . ,J . Garrlaifa Hannfaolarcn. Coltan, JoIhi, 'iaJ, fun, liet JaUumon and tit. Clnir, (tarraty A Wetaal,3ka, M. r , .r.tr it W Claaret Vabaeeo, -el Born.tein, Ii.,3, Mate., liet 3.1 andtrr. HWiaaner, rialviUor, L'lK'a HiuldiuKi U : w , . Clotklera. Miller A Chaih, a a nor 8.1 and JafJhreoa. .K f ) HiiU A Krupp, 'MH, 3d, tx't Mttiu and JtU-rwop . ( Walker, William, 301, 3d. ., Voal and Wood Vartla. (lolb, P. H., poniiTl-t and iannl. ; i '' J J Marmett, Miehael.eornerftl and canal liaain. " MtnJain, UeorKe. 3.1, ailjoliiiUKHliHI. Comnaerelal Colleaai I 1 Orwr, B. J., W, 3d ,., , , aJaBAfeattonara.: il HrandenbnrK, W. ll.,Hta, Ba.i-J'.uilJiog, 3d. . Maxwell, B. I)., 66, Maui... : . Welly, J. K., ll, Main. ' Dtatlit), Oonway, Edward, 83, 3.1. ' ' ' i ' , ' DruKglata. . Aliey, Jamea, 190, Main.. Waltera A Melao, , 3d. t . ' ; . ' Dry Oooill. ' IMrat A Bra., 34, Main. iMUHtae. H. f., 1 Main, ' j .j Van lMrea, Miller, A f..x, Mi Mala.-' ' H Uyelna; Ham., Wienend, Hennanu, at. Clair, Iwt4th ami Slh, Bipr.itOemiiaul.il American Ifxpreaa uqmpany, 4U, r. -United etatee ixpreaA Coinuauy, 346, 3d, '. Paraltara Hoamii J, Haheratkh, Philip, son, tM. ,.:..... Mikinaa, Ohariea A., 130, Main. ' Oaa Companjrl Dayton Oxa Light and Uoke Va a w oor 3d and Jell, ' Oaa Vlxtarea. . ..... .... . -.i, Ogdea, Roliert, 73, Jettemoa. , i Wa-a A Maloulin, au JeHeraoD. ..... ft i -i; .t h i . . Oraoera."" 111 : ' ' Uilbarl, J. B., A Co., 76 and 76, JxHermn. I i Manitch, John, 44, Main, bet l.t and 3d. Mioiok, John A , a w oor Jettemoa and Markal. ' ", O'Bnen, E,fwrd.l,d, bet Main and Jmemnri. - Poat, Uharlea, A Co., 316, 3d, bet Mala and Jt.tVr.on., 1 I t Hardware. .. . y.A j i. I Branelin, Jamea, 116, 3d. Mala, Ca-ia, aVa. '.'' "'," lnt A Weckel, 104. Main. . Walker, WUluvm,li.7, 3d. ., ,.'.! .; . iloraa Shoera. liar man Methaa, tun, 3d, bet Jelferaoa and Bt. Clair. '- - India Rubber Uooda. Hamloh, John, 4, Mam, bat lnt aud ud. . i . ' Iran Peaadrl.i. 1 Hen, Bennett, A Jo Hliawnee, bet Wayne A Wyandolt. Jewilry, AVatebea, Clocba, Ave. l.aTee, P. A., 30, 3d. bat Main and JenVrnou, lieerea, John, , 3d. . a Job Pi-i-n-a;- Binplre Building, 110, Main. .attar Paper and Katvelopee. Wagner, J. M., 07 Maiu, up.nUir, oppo.iie Market. IjIqnarB! W lu.i, eVe OHbert, J. B Co., 76 and 73, JeUorwu. O'Bnen, Kdward, 301, 3d. Livery and Bala Bfablea. Oathoart, Jumea, ao, JeHeraon, bat 3d aud 4h, 1 larbla Vavrd. LaDow, D.. a71, 3d, bat Jetlaraou aud It. Clair. Meat Market, . 4 Oillilaad, Lewia L., , aUrket. . - Kotarlea Public. Baumann, 0. L . , Main. " Jai.kaoB, a. B., 3d, 3 doora eaat of Main, Jordan, J. A.t at, Main. Jurdan, N. K., n e our Main and 3d. Malaiubre, ueorite W., ail, Main. Htopieliiian, Joliu U , inw, 3.1. Turner, Jamea, 00, JulWnuii. Nulluna. Ohrlatophor, J. K., a w uur Murket auii JeUerena. Uuber, U. P., old Po.tom.e, M. ,. , Paper llauu,lae;a - - " ' iiikey, Jainaa, uau, 3d. Painting. Blerin, Hale, A Duf),'3d. Perlodlcalai , Brandenburg, W. 11., 31)6,3.1. , Pkotoflrapba ' " Beebohm, Louie, Main, over Market Uouae. Phyalolana. " Beefa, J. 0., 43, Ludlow, near ad. , 'Plnaabarai ' " " " Orden, Robert, 73, Jerk.raoo. Ware A Maleolm, 40 Jefleraon. 1 Hallroad OrHrea. 1 " Dayton A Mlehlaan, Welwler, tail ml and 3d. liaytua, Xenla, A Oolumhua, Xeuia Kuol. a'.'Sd, iMyton A We-lero, 6th, w of Perry. ' ' tlreeoville A Miami, a w oor 4lh and Main " ' axaettaa. Hrra.ii, -n.. HeUViuk A Uro., 3u4, l, bet at uU and Jeaaraoa. kaleoai, , , . , Oenmiwle A Bank., Jtirtonoa, bat 3d and 3d Lauxe, Fred., 74, J-nVrnon. auu.au, M.uartb.Joka Vli3,M.luri i t l Y fl Pheltut A Uautuui, vo Main. J 1 BewlnarV. 1 1 ' A Ooeper Seminary, oer l.i and Milkiaann. .' una una a tttar. Ogdea, Robert, 73, Jf.ra.r-on. Blare., Hollow Ware, ete. MelT, BanueU, A lo.,370, 3d. '' Teleuraph Ofllrai ' ' ' Waatara Union 'i'elKr.ili, u a nor 3d and Main ' CnaiolBtera. IHUoa, WUIraaa, anr Main and tel. ' ' " ' ' '' "' ' Woolen Kaelar ! Flab, WiUuua, Cue! Um, 6Uu ' ' -' ' - "Y ! I City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. aM-Tralaa arm a and daparUrum Iba Unloa i Daaot a. roiiowat CiaoiaaATi, Bahiltoi aaa D.TTaa. Dtpart. Arrlt. Loularllla and Bt. howt MHI.4:00 a m t lSa m Loui.nlla Mail Boat- l a m t.DU p m Loulavilla and St. Louii IiprJM4:0 p m :UO p m Uim.innati Mail 0U p in 13:36 am tiupaat Middlatown and Hamdtoa ouly. Dattoh, Xbmia Oot.naBUi. Ka-tarn Kxprana 10:1a a m '. A m Uolumblu AouommodatloBH.. fr:3tv p m 9 0t m Kaalarn Expraaa . ..U:U a m 4 35 p m Thl3:3oa m train laavea daily axoapt Hundava. PaHHanKara an tliia tnun muai purobaaa matrlwkata baiora:Ml p m. . BajwvMt, Danoa a Oiaotaiari., Handoxky Mail -.l:W a 1:00 a a- HuutaTllla Aouommadation a:10 p in 9:4e p m DavToa ava Mioaiaaa. 'Chioaxo Mail 9:8A a m T:U a m (JhioaKoaud lMt-oUllixpraaa..3:3u p m :4U p m laniaaa Obrtbai. ah a llaTToa A Waaraav. HI. Louia and Chloaao 0.00 a m 10:10 am 'I'arre Uaule Aoihommodallon....0.13 a m 6:16 p m til. Iaiuim and (Jllluaito Kapro.a.4:46 p an 13:xa a ui GaaaavikLa aaa Miami, Aci'ommodauoB ....B:30 a m 10:06 a m Kxiraaa 3:00 n in 6.06 p m SAM'L. W. KING. Agent. ... ; i . . t- . - t . . . ' i .. Meeting": -We will ba si maeiing of the "liollmejer Monumnnt Auociation" At Back. el Hull, on Saturday evening, on which occa sion several short speeches will ba mad. Sale To-morrow morning C. P. Huber & Son will sell a consignmtDt of desirable goods one door West oi their Auction and Sale Itooros commencing at 8 o'clock. Come. Tbt New York ' Ledger, Vanity Fair, aud other tip-top papers are at Bran deuburg's. Also, Oysters brought through from Baltimore in ice, on the double-quick Express. Delay. 'The train from Saadoskj due here yesterday at 2:45 P. M., did not arrive hurt until 6:35 in the evening. The delay wan outiaud by th engine failing at Clyde, where the train was detained until another locomotive could be telegraphed for and ar rive. Boot! and Shoes. We call the attention of our readers in town and country to the ad vertitement of Mr. George Hochwalt, No. 318 Third street, opposite the Beckel House. He furnishes the best quality of boots and shoes, and at the lowest prices they can be afforded those bard times. Catting. Two "women of easy virtue," who harbor somewhere in the neigborhood of the Ditch, had a quarrel last night so ru mor has it wbsn one of them attacked 'the other with a large knife, inflicting wounds on the arms, thigh, and breast, and a dangerous wound in the abdomen, through which her intestines protruded. The blood-thirsty vira go was arrested. Style. Last evening a couple of boys in: the lower part of the city had a fuss about well, it is said it was about a very young lady with whom they were both greatly enamored I Violent words' ended in 'the' youthful Aspi rants whipping out dirk-knives, and cutting and slashing at each other. They were sepa rated before any damage was done. Pistol shooting and knife-slashing are becoming fashionable that's the word, we believe. Killed. Yesterday evening a man named David Kaudall, employed as brakesman on a freight train on the Western Road, was kill ed by a brigde across Wplf Creek a few miles West of the city. He was in the act of get ting upon the cars at the time, to turn down the brakes, and not using proper precaution he was struck by the cross timbers of the bridge, and instantly killed. We learn that be bad on bis person $100 in money, and notes amounting to about $200. It is stated that his family a wife and four children live somewhere In Butler township. . . , yS ; M -r-V -( ! Sneak Thief A fellow named George Anderson, a regular sneak thief, stole two hats at the store of Lents & Weokel, on Main street, near Third, on yesterday afternoon. The fellow went into the store, and took a seat on a stool near the door; and watching his chance he put a couple of felt bate in a bundle, while the attention of the salaemaa was directed to some customers. A work man engaged in the rear of the store observ ed the trick, and following the sneak out on the street, compelled him to give np the hats, and then handed him over to Policemen Sny der and Eicher, who deposited bins at the cor ner of Main and 6th street, ' "": ' When arrested Anderson had three sheet and a pillow-case', which he had evidently sneaked from a clothes-line but a short time before, for they were damp from the raia. The fellow had only been discharged from the Station yesterday morning, and he had em ployed his time pretty industriously, , This morning the, Mayor, seut Anderson down fur 60 days, with the usual "prelimiua- r.',t.!,),aoI(U ,n Jill a .HI...l';i City Council. [Reported for the Empire by A. Stephans, City Clerk.] TUESDAY, November 18, 1862. I Present Messrs. A. Decker. Wisgim, Id- dinga, Bimtn. Hog era, Kiersled, Gilliland, Miutoki . Lebtuau, .Thomas, J. Decker and IW. I K.' ' - .Jaiautea of the last meeting were read and approved.:.,..,,,,:..,'.. ' 1 .. A Petition was received from J. IX. Donald son and others property owners on Roe street, asking Council to order lbs removal of certain obstructions on said Street, and grade, gravel, curb aad gutter the same as per Ordinance, passed, jteierrea to toe xrusveas ui tue A Communication was received from Jesse K. Christopher asking Council, to repeal the City Urdinanca regulating Auction license. Referred to the Auction. CommiUee. . ' Mr. Wissim from the Committee On tire DeDartmeat. to whom was referred the resotu. tian of Mr. Love, appropriating $50 to each the Deluge, and Pacific Fire Co., to ereot suitable heating apparatus. Tor beating their Halls, , aad the resolution of Mr. Lehman, to dig a fire wall on , Jones street,' between Wayne and Jackson streets, reported that owing to the shortness of funds in the Trea sury, and tba urgent demands on the City for money to buy , wood and help the poor, they Consider it inexpedient to appropriate the amount asked for. Approved. The City Treasurer presented his report fur the tnanlh ending October 31st, which was received, and referred to the t inance Com. mittaa. The Deed from Collins L Wight to the CUV ot Dayton dedicating land lor tne ex (notion of Beam street, north from its present terminus to the Canal was read and approved. By Mr. Love An Ordinance to Assess a special tax on out-lot No. 25 on Third street, for certain improvements waa read the first time. , On motion or Mr. l,ove, the rules were suspended and the Ordinanoe read the second and third time and approved. i , i By Mr. Kiersted, lir.iohtd, That the Street Commissioner be and he is hereby authorized to acoeptlhe gravel ottered by . A. Walters, from the rear of the Journal Office and to spread the same upon the Streets, contiguous thereto waere tne same may be most needed. Adopted. . i By Mr. Minick, IieiolveJ, That the Street Commusioner be and be is pereby directed and authorised to put large flags across the J utters on the south side ol i ourtb and del arson streeta Adopted. By Mr. i. Decker, Jiuohtd, That M. Bur rows ownsr of lot No. 8163 is hereby notified to remove the walls or other obstructions from the moath of the alley in front of Kagle at, between McLain and Richard streets, within 30 days from date of notice, and it is hereof made the duly of the City Marshal to serve the aotioe on Mr. Burrows forthwith. Adopted. 7 Bill of Mr. Reese for $150 was allowed. Bill of Inia FLavart atrainat ilenrv Stod dard for $146 26 was referred to the Market Master for collection, and the bill of Browns- weige V Qeiger against J. A. Weaver tor $64,56; bill of Schwinn A Wicksrt against Daniel Biokford for $27,60; bill of Pook k Clay against Thomas Bouman for $63,00 were referred to the Ordinance Committee. . , Council Adjourned, .'. The Monument to Mr. Beckel. A magnificent Monument has just been ereoted over the tomb of the late Daniel, Beckkl, Esq., In Woodland Cemetery. It is of the finest Italiaa Marble ; is of the Composite Order of architecture combining the Ro man, Grecian, Gothle and Ionic Orders I is finished in the most exquisite style of which the marble is susceptible ; and the top is sur mounted by a Bee-hive a most beautiful de vice, emblematical of the remarkable man whose memory and virtues the monument is intended to perpetuate. , There is no high sounding verse upon the panels; there are no words to Inform the passerby of the indomi table energy, perseverance, and public spirit which once actuated the clay now mouldering beneath ; there, is a simple register made of the Name, Birth, Age and Death of the la mented occupant, and the Bee-hive tells the silent story' of bis busy life. ,i The monument is twenty feet high, is on a commanding site, makes a majestio appear ance, and is worthy the post of honor it oc cupies. It waa furnished from the establish ment of D. A. LaDow, Esq., Third street, near the Pablic Square, where the finest work ia art-ecolptnre is executed. j ' Th Weather After an unusually long season of drouth during which time the water disappeared from the smaller streams throughout our Great Valley, and the wells generally failed with their usual grateful sup ply of water we are enjoying a season of rain. The wet weather commenced with a miserable drlaxle, and it did not improve un til after more than two days, as though H had bsea so long since it rained that it had al most foigotlea bow) : But wa have it at length, copious aad enduring. We may soon expect to have the water looking Up in the exhausted Wells, the lesser watercourses will r stoma, and it would not astonish us if the weather weald go off oa a ram page to the other extreme, and we should have a series of iaandations thrcaghottt the country, earn ing more eauoraaoe than the drouth. We may not be satisfied with the style of weather wc are likely to get, but we will have to put ap with kv.i .1.1 .i. ,!,.,. . , ,. -. ' ir n.D-lMMtPUTtLT-ll rood Oloak V v aiaaere. W. H. OOLBa, Biwaenur to M. P. Itouajtaae. Amerioan Triumph.---Wheeler 4k Wilson have just taken the first ' premium at the WORLD'S FAIR now being held in Loudon, England, where all Machines made in this country and Europe were in competition.: i. ' This success is particularly gratifying as a National triumph, and alto as Securing to Wheeler & Wilson that supremacy throughout the World which, they have held , lor years in this country. . . . , ,.i , ;r A. a. West agent Uniee 34bg .'lumps House 3d Street Dayton Ohio, Ike Wheeler 4 Wilauu Machines are all alike in principle; the ditlerenoe being in fin ish and lormation ot the MacAioe., ibe to. 1 Machine is silver-plated and has glass clolb presser improved hemmer aud binder, , l'nce on plain table $70 ; in half-case $b0 ; in full case $'J0. . The lull cases are in manogany or walnut, and very finely finished. Our No. 2 Machines differ from the No. 1 only in not being silver-plated and are $10 cheaper put np in any style, either on plain table hall, or full case. The No. 2 ball-case is probably the most popular Machiue that Wheeler & Wil son makes, as it is the cheapest Machine on their list including all improvements, and is put up in a neat ualf-ciwe, which covers the Machinery aud keeps it from all dust and is supplied with a drawer lor holding the tools and thread. The Mi.chln-t are put in good running order and securely packed so they may be shipped by railroad or express to any part of the country. Printed directions ac company each Mnuhiiie. ., : it,: I ' Penmanship. Night Class For per sons of any age, at S. J. Oner's Duyton Com mercial College, r - - - . i s Notice to Brewers and Distillers James Rickey, 326 Third street, has now ready printed books, required by law, to be kept by Brewers and Distillers, for the collec tion of Internal Revenue. 1 Prico $5.. - Bend and get one. ' ' ' " ' " ' : Ooods Constantly Arriving;. New and attractive goods are constantly arriving at 3. K. Christopher's, corner of Jefferson aud Mar kal street, , The goods were bought ul auction in the Eastern Cities, and can be sold lino mind that, They comprise h large quantity of OaH.iinets, Satinets, ethawlri, Cloaks, Clunk Goods, Hoods, Children's Blioes, Cnrpeiiug, and a large number of Blankets, a part of which are slightly damaged. Bargains are In Ihe goods. Penmanship. Night Class For per sons of any ago, at S. J. Crier's Dayton Com mercial College. , ...in ... New Advertisements. (1KOKUE IIOOHWALT'H ' liUUT AND SHOE STOKE Ha. 318. Third St., Kast of Town t lot k, BIUM Or TUK "UTTLK lloV." DAYTON, OHIO. Tn B Pitblio will pleaae take aotioe tliat Ibe Hubw-rilie baa now on band a large and complete stock ol . ; BOOTS AND HHOKS, for the Fall and Winter wear of the very beat quality, oompnaingail the klada thatoan poxMbly be reuuired will be told very low for cash, ';;; ; During the War. . . '.,,.., i .' from long experience In the bualneiia, lua work, fe atyle tend durability, cannot be aurpaaaed, and fo Ohaapneea he deSee competition. All kiuda of beota and atioea made to order. UKUKUK HOCtiWAI.T, People'. Shoe Store, Mo. Sis, Third at., May ton, O. ants , . . , , . NOTICE, IOU1BB CUMMINS le hereby aotiftcd to redeem J her furniture which 1 received and paid cliargoe ou for her at tba Dayton A Michiiran Depot about tliree montha ego. 1 will retain a ar thirty dare, when, Ir It be not rtdeemed it will be Bold to pay otiargea. . nolOdlwli , UENKYKNAlm. DISSOLUTION. V -' TU E nartnerahlp heretofore exiiung under the name of Qeorge MuOain A l.'o. i. thia day diwolved by mutual oonaent. AU peraona Indebted totlieaaid Ann are n-L)Ueated to call at tue old eland and awtle imme diately. I.KOKOX M.-CA1N, 1 . Job A. CkHNSV. Novembers, flua-aol , CO-PBRTNERSUIP NOTICE. ,' TUK UDderaUrned have thia day formed a co p.il nernhip under the timi of George MoCeiu A Co.. and will oonunue the Ooal. Wood, and Lima huatnee. at the old aUutd, We bone to aent a eouuouaaoe ot tne patronage neretelore exlemleit to the old hrm. UKoatlK M.-CA1N, aolS JOHN MAUBBTU. . -.. " ItEMOVAI. MtMJHNKIbKB ka removed hi. Uua Htore aad , Hhoufrom hi. old .tend lu ibe Ohio blm-k. ad treet, to elu. HHI Main .treat, oppoaite Uu. Marital, where he will eonuaue In keapoe head a rod aiaiit inent of UoubU and eUnAt barrel abut tiuaa; aiSre: Cull'., Tower'., A 11 n'., Mliilth A VV.MOU'.t and oilier aevolvera aud PlHt,.!.; ftowie and Pocket Knivee; all kind, ot AfmrUng Apuaratuai lua barrel, and mate rial; Powder and Mhot, etc. We have Juat received, bewidea other Ouns, a new and aupertor article ol an A inenaan bingle barrel itiart Oun, the beat ol Ibe kind in Market. no!8 M. w;USltlDEB A BOM. . : ,.. NOTICE. ,,,,,,,,,,, niUK jAunwymta Oonlwauntfrs of tht r(y arw r. X itieMt4d U rt m Mi Mmsntt KtinrM Hniae, MutKUy TBmflftofejarubaf M. A tuH mumdiMt la (Jouraal avod WoohnUl ftopjr.) - NOTICM , j III tMMrqU0BO Of Ot Nt,6rrj TT whtt'h WM ItltO 0MriVJtll Hplfnbtir Ukrji, Dd Ul atluts pho of .itavtiials) umb4 iuUwinj( we, ttT iiriMw4 iiitj. truof Ihtvtoo, ftr ftomiMfirtNj to ktWauw rXe prtc of CHirBtwl litra (kallavra fr kmf tnrrl. , ,. Mfckkty rKHNKhlNli, , , M. tM'HIM L 4 lunar HKrHFRKft, r. KiOUKNuuKjaeli. lyiM(, Mo?mbr 17, tmd . . . M. EU.RI, hriiir juat MnnMd from ttw Keval with ALL Ui axUt iym mi piwuttua of VMaWtli tl' a.MV J. As BS 1 1 .do Bin I iH F ! NptWtUlUljr tUlttrUla til leViln uf jtajUMl mvX tlt tlUlV UuU att may ba iiBtl tU Ho. ki ai;(t( aid of HtK-ouil airsMi, twtwBB. Jriiwrsjua ajtul Hk. Oisur, oum ilor ( uf WyU a-avkr-, hmtUrriui lor wsj. M A fvttlttiuaji Mtti lauiy tmit La e-tWMawmtalti nib 4uatvui rixi4ua, Willi buaJtL ocV ' Chterlea O. Dohfirty & Co., ' "' AuKNTS TO , , c. P. DicKiivaoBfS ' '" CELEBRATED EXTENSION HOOP SKIRTS, " ' 1 ! ' AT i 'T ' X. York Manufacturers Prices. Ws now offer w ttie trade, the above very niperior HObt 8KIBTS, At Mew York ptlosa, "net," ra all Biyles, Alao, a ftul '...m ..mi ,w .tuie l ,,, ., MILLINERY OOODH Oonaiattng In part of Blbbons, Flowers, Fealhrrt, Bonnets, , t ubis ana bdait uouas. i Xiao, a complete aaaortaieni of BLACK ! VELVET KIUUON8. from Moa. 1 16 3J, of the very beat bnailli aud a A11 line or WHITE KDQKD, BLACK A .Ml COhOBKD Yli.LV hi K11IU0AS. " ' ""' (iilAKLKll'tl. nl)lfRUr a ctt ' No-Mfoari atreet, between Walnut and Mam, Oin- ciuuau, UIIIO. LOlZUAH' T. HU;t1i'i'a Executor) Unpen or Court va t , . Jo-M-l.h Straub t nJ. I No. a47T. I ju itHU Anr to tui urtjvr ol the Bnpwnor Cutirt ol X, JBUIlWAJUUtri J asuiui.y, aj'Jt I Will, UU At (heuoor of Hit Cuiiri UU'ta iu llio city of Di.yUm laritwAtm llt hoitraoi iwuhii.J four oviwk n mm NMtd ua, Hail m, puuim uiiutw w mm uiiitv umtr, tu lot lowing ai'ih;tiijfa pi'ciniHOri to wti: BiLimie iu inu i-ity uf intjtou, MontoinBry iintiiity, nnd malt of Ohio to- wiv. a.u uuniurKi iurMi uiouaiutru Knir nunurt'ti aiscj iilDty-Uvu tMWiA ou thv I'ltUol tliej aaiiiitiity ui lAuyLol. A uw UIWWBIJ uu UUl IUL UIIU HUaWUIIieUl M mTu tllOUU M lot. t AHpr.UM aVtee.w.s. ...,.. .feWOU (HI &iMy ftfii lor inou , itKOHUtC W. MAf.AMHHK, MHt Vm. M. X. Jomiah O. A. UvmAut Alt ytf. ttul?t For iule at the Woolen Factory A (.COD aHHortmiTit of flaotu'ltt.-Utie mix. iirm J mix .liluu, rmi, mid whife, oi hninti mid fcnMfrn iiiavaiiiu.uira; ltoniej iitavda BHUutH witt Jetuia, a-iim ViUittt IllaitlrAHteHi It 1JM' ptUTM Ol grHf lilMlku.a lor j- UlKin: Moo Um tiorir' lor lifiilti Ami IrIum: otti)ii tmt. UfiKt tlt Imuihk, fjhaw). lOajoktnK yarna of vanotin KtUtllt, pl'IUwi UtJIsUUMi UI1UU BMllllt'la, eJUj, Uul.UlfH WILLIAM VtHII. i-- ' - j- . manttta" making, Mra. J . M. liodley . WOHLD Mpvtfiilly inform th Indie of iHiytnn Unit HiitJ likvri rraiovrii to No: IM -ierhtrrtOD traA, tuinl fUiiu, bttW(.rii irt tvuti Hoc'OUii, wlitirtn altt m pro pitreii to rsjiitlorlieraAtrvH'UM lit tlt neitttiHt nnii nnmi jUhKH.u(rta iniat.Mr alyluauf liHkbM MAK INti, W Inuh Will U tUtfuUtHilo At tll H.i0rts4 OOUoej. 'i llOrtm Hbo WIMtl tU HiW lit iHU'Hl Hlylrtfl, ktllll IllAVH Work UolIK IU Ull' bunt tanner Hill pleij oavllut No. Jftllwrwofi ui. Ml . ,,,'... MHU. ). M. uum.KV. JUBT ItKCEIVED ..i -i. . ,.i , ;.i!i .in .1 .., i ,; :, 1 " OOltilAr,' OLD STAND, 36 MAIN KTKKICT, ; , r . t . til ( ; NEW, STILES OF FK1XTS, NEW DESIGNS IN DELAINES Satlnevtta, ' 'IVeeili Aud a full Hne of Goods for Men and Boys' W ear DRESS GOODS i . "J ' 01 all the new X!.. .... ( . ., I .... .1 . ... rr.ANNKi.s,' Br.AiiU'.Ts. .to. NEW BTVLB OI.O-A.TCS AI laal yeart pneee. ., I .. .: , ,1 1 .... -.; 1 OEOHQB X-Z. OOX.ES, . , .-! ! .. : . .. .1 I: ' ' l" ' Sucaaurte ST. P. Douglaa., - ,:) i: , .',,,., !... !.,. 1 Con '' ,: ' tc, Mala etreet. ' lUVIHTllias HATKH. IN 1AILT. ' . i On ..li-.ra, (alKhty urd, aolid) An ltwrttua.9 Una Kqiiara, Ulroa dan,.n. .... I M Uno xiitaro, an wank ..,.- , - ,- 1 at to aiiiaro, ona month ..... I W m auuara. tnraa nioutha S ta. itu- - iuar, an montha,... .u...,. lu uu I WA11KLY. : . una -.quara, alKhtT varda, onawoak,. I ' rar iiaro, aatn waak i la addiUoa,.. i'tr nnuare, one year IS tO no aat 'errnn for Adveruaemente oecanriaw a arealeS B..e, or for a longer period than aliove aiiei-iSed, meu k.iuwo at the Oounung Room. AtarAll adveruaeenei ia ATalOilMlCsMl ! tilOaVliOT raMife, IMUsM ft Wlllsnxt M I m'-ni in uisvie previous to iDewruon, aawr aii cmwh ft f TrMtntMrta) Kuat b paid for la aVdTaVsKwa, ,i MANN Jb CO.'a C1CLEBHATK1) PLANTED : OYSTEItS. AM avtw receiving daily bV J J- Adam.' Kxpre.., atANM A m toeieoraieo aammure UvHtera. out uu exure..lv tur aaiuuu auu Buiuiy uae. vruera piiNnpuy sued t.'i.-il W. U. hRAnl KNrJUMO, Depot tnta Third atreet, LHtytoa. 'I a.m.Al.0, all kinds ol Ireah Fi.h and Uame reiteived deny. '. . , . . auS -i Nevtr Klrrn. l-.ti rilHC tinderaigned ia prepared to do all Inndaefttn-i L liol.iery, r, paira ol lurnlturk and re-varul.l mg, uno,all hind, ol paper haugiu doue atefHirt uww at the room, alieve Mr. J. AtiOey'a irug; bture, Au list Mam atreet, eolith ol lbs niarket. , , . . , i leoa . tUAe. A. M1KINAB f 1'. A. LAFKK. ' ' " HO. MUTHIHbSTKKKT, DAITON, OHIO, , ; 11 AI Ju.t arrived from the eaat wiln one ot the larg (i akM'ka iti in- liuetjvnr bronulit to thia t itr. IM ati'JiiA'M iat Nasi ueusu SMtieaCU ivj piw JMN brotiHlii on a large ftxaortiiieniof Jet and Uulta-Pcrcha foods, Swh a chHinp, llrtnleta, Hraatpiun, ThtrnlJi a, AH A ajtiaiialJ BeVHUi-tluoui of Wl D I A. M O M 13 S . A aomplftft Moult of . . 1( (.OM) AMI tilUEK IIIM Koine of the Hnet-i in tliri orM hih'Ii pa Murtcnl Kull f.'lmitiuiuvter Wtttolivfti t'iill luueeii(JvHiiAi'.ond WaijtH, , . fuluin ,liimnir WiU'tia, . -' '. :' "f Jul in (Uoutai' Walcliea, Kul) Niot'l. Ainerioau Watrhen, iraaeU to order, with ht-uvy filiien fauot oAtjut. KkKM-n MANTLifi ClAfCUti, and aofne of the I. tNl AMliiUUAN nmke. Ltuxe Ht k uf B1LV ER PLATKD WAKK.MPUUNS ami l-uiKd. 1 liav ItMti iheiji iie-uia to Miiwr, wiifi KulIK 'I I M F.A Hie uh ue.1 etiiiuiinl m ailver uu Oiein, i1a.Mh1 in llie bnai iiiHaU tuui my itauser Ms.uifaJ ea litem. Thy "till I tint fwtility jivarn, ud mt t-UlAL Hs-nr iu tin ltd that lliute UtM.du were lioiipfit dtrex-Uy Itom the luaitqlwMirerrv tor AAT t'Aalt, mmi ma Urn bm uo rnnt tii puy, he ix itUtt to Hkl.J. a CtiKAf AH ANY UWDnK IM '.11 K UM'I fc h'f A i'tvo. auttl iy--IIKIMHUH VKLKHUATKl) S-T WOl.l I'lftl W at LAKKK'rJ. i-l'tiWOKIl TO CLICAN MltVlvH ftvT ANI PL.ATACU VVAailee-.will.out oauaiitif In mi auraUtj it -- ' . , iKl.a.'m. JOMATtUR KKHIT.;.,.A..e.,.,i .fMOaMft MOaalft. Excelsior Coal and Wood Yard. Prices to feuit the Times. OKoTtOK MoOAIN fi CO., I lMaleraln tha ir , . ' - , BKHT QUALITY VOUOMOH.HKNV, MASU1IAJN. iJfe.AOOCK AN1 UOCklNU IfOAL. vroUOUuiUUJBMY for ttaokamithft uaaj ranitoi ba X. eiUX-Uetl. htlra lUllttlt. Ol Msasiaul.isj ajsj H-mnMiofc Loal fur Mfat4 Move. Ultiua. uu 'i'tnril atreet udjoininff th nutal; alao, U. well-Uuowu OoaJ . ard at Ut-au of hamm, h"9inm ltK-kr'i mill otirr-rtiune fac lury. 'ilia bwi arts-tile of Uicaory, btigar and hch Wood tdwaya on tuuia, aawed and upht reaaJy lor Ut ftu Ihe (Mat unaJity of LlUKatan alwaya ba otjaaiMsl. unlem delivered to auy part uf Um tiy prouiptly, and HMdtnaj(Ura givau iu ait cateea. U v iw m i-Mli H'l U-.OIU.It; McUAlM A OU. SHERIFF'S SALIi. v , , Michiul Roop "j SloniKoniei-y Hupeii r Court. jlo John KroiKr. (:im No uiim N otsitdimitsa o the Lummand ot mo xfsL-uvtuta famnHtd X. HI tfimt'tti, I WOI Otlevr M pUUW Mile U Uf riM ti rwe of John Kreiaer, alut one mil MMtheaM tn aJhiiniiMTHUirif, in lint it r Wwuaiiip. Mouiwtutt y iwituty, uhio, on (t etinettdtt, Svvtmbtr 12, ti3. Between the hotint ol IK a in and 4 p in of laid day, the (oiluwing siooda and vhaHelit, to-wit; Twodartl tmt martnt, two mili-h cowa, lour hwad of young sjalile. About rMsvjiiiy-tlirir ounlifiit of tji9, thirty. tit buhU or wheal, two plowa, one twrrow, Urm loi ol aiittal oata, hay m iit mow, wntii or ten acre-a of com lu that field, one eow and live pi, about tiva a.raa of wheal Hi lite) ground, applea, puiatUAM, Oo taiibW, tHtm uup. boanl, one tied aud beoliux, two two lioraa whajoum, two iron aud one oopper keulea, oiMtma img ,ii ui old bacon, lot ot harneM., ft, hug, heads,, lot of bar rwla, aud uietuy other -uiall article; uoi abova tmr tiientled. Alao, Uia unezpird trm of a caa of tha nvrm Wletira tha datwiKiatit but ruaidea, oaisMWia-f aiaMi4 Ti rat Twit Ol laiOtJ. Tatvan on axecutioa aa tba pro party of Jbo Xnlivr At lit n tut ol MiLhtcl houp. uaomuK WiKiAMAN, SlMritt Moart.ao.mty.' Joaua LovaLie, Atluiuey. ftH)dta CiRAPK VlaK EO0T8 AfiiD HiflC . (i IHAVK from A0,tou to bo.uoo two-year oid Orua Vina Koota for aaisj. Wl kIIu a .itontj vow. iaiamon Ut ail who may aell fur ana. Also, kikhI (laiawba Win fur aula. '' ' '' lteMidttt' ueuriha Aaylum, auulli of Ha) tea. Ad dreta bus itari. liayiou, OImo Khjil'JKRlCK BCHUTT1 STAOICa OP -, THBM. best ljiiisrr). MANN OO.'H BaALTilMORE OYSTEEa DIRECT THROUGH SYLtQKTMtMtt TRAIN. Jl'MT raoelved, and wit) ba regularly n-naltaid Junaff thm aaaaon, tha beest braitUa ihf baJliiiioie OyeVr.. pi-pau-tHj by utoi-e Jyter kinjfa, Mian . i I'lvALkK-S IN O MT K Hi) in I hi. eilv and tha tv.ii. rxiuodiUtK oounuy,tx etivred Uk mdus-eii4eDU Ui pur clmaaatvl lb old aland, fco. vt6 l bird Mrtei, oo door wem ut u rewionioejt, in uii iaval owttuii, KaRidiea and athara aupplied by tlta eaa or hK-etift Uiy are warrauiwd uC ilia beat qualily. QUESTS t , GUNS t " JUHl' reoeived one of tlie Haeet lot of deutee karral atiot uuu ever Men in llie city. The above vuua were Mnt aa aauiplee only, aud wiu be la el ore leu HI X Aay pereoa wiabaa M aundauaa a .r hue uuu. at low touree, eliuuiu improve tbia opporta' oily a. lliy Mill be .old vriy cheep, to aave lite ex aeuae M reuarning Uieaa. They uonaiM la purl el balliinaled bteel aud nira T. ik. bariela, nuiMiua w rri.'e Irulu -0 lo S-. M. B4JU N Ki bKkV I." miru atreet, Ohio blink. ' ARM TOURSELVES. Flstob and Revolvers for Sale AT .(;.... LOW PItlOES, COLT'S REVOLVERS. aMlia a Wessea's Cartrldce Xevelvert. omltk a Wetsea's Urlrldge Bevel vera. Manhattan ..woawahot HeTolvara. ... Allavtt'si (Jin-trltiico HnTolwarrta, an atee. Alletn'a iJttrtridii Havol vara, all aiaaa, CAbTAUJHita rua A Li, tHft AbOVt. Hea(cmblist'a UeKle KktlvcM, VroatenhvlDi'a Uwwls ftisilsaa. At aulS M. SI HNSI tue Block, Tturd at aveea.