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ilOLLMKYliU' A ' LOGAN, Umpire Building, no Kala mract, DAILY feMPIttffi. Per week, (payable to Carriers)...... .. by mm I per annum, in advance ..I 11 .gi WKKH.LV HMPIRH. One cony perannum... Si BO lThe K.i-ial oirculatetirree of peatage In Mont iBeryeoualy. Payment in ad.aaee in HeaeB,'sl so JOB PBINTINO of every dowriptinn, eseculed on Htaam Presses, la he bniu style, ait.l At rwutuniWe prioe.. Dayton Business Directory. TcftWI ro ADVKttTIMIMa IM BuHIHMt tiiafteTOftT. FtKitlar yearly- ftdvrtiem, one Jia gratiA. Othera y-l jmr yri $i for si months; fl for three months. OITY GOVERNMENT. Jf-ow. William II. fjilleepie, omen, 107, Main. .W'irVu 8uu'jr B. Cain; oiho, nt Mayor'a other. 7.,rr. 1. W. lift ne; office, J. W. Itonit A Hro'e. w.iur. JoHifth hovoll; ofttne, . CWfc Anthony HtpheBM otlhre, Council Chamber. City Qyunril. Kimt Ward AinoH Decker and Hugh WiKtn. Herond Ward Kir Bimtn and Hiram Htrong. Third Ward I. II. KlerHted end tteo. W. Rogera. Kourih Ward J. A. MimckBnd L.. L. OiHIIand. ,, Fifth Ward Kara ThoiUM and Ueorge Lehman. Sixth Ward W. N. Love and Jacob Decker. TOWNSHIP OrKIOKRS. Junlirsn of l9ac. Wm. H. MoKinney; onV. 3d, nar Main. John fl. rttoppelmau, ofnoe, a a 3d bet Jeff. Sl.Ciair. Jamea Turner; olliue, 05, Jetteraon. CbrutatMe. , ,, , ( Inane Hale and Earn Jel!reyn. Artlala. Htteliohm Ii., Main, bet. 31 4th, over Market House. Attorneys. Ac kerman, John J., aeoond atory, 96, Mam, Kallmann, U. L., H8, Main. Ctippy, K. P., CJleKM'h Building, 3d, bet. Main k Jofl. Hunk A McMnhou, 'J'l, 3d, bet. Main and J alter nun. Utiuk, P. A., Oleiw'a tkniding, 3d, bat. Mam and Jeff. Jtu-kNon, 8. B., nwond atory, 312, 3-1. Jordan, J. A., 4, Main, bet Sd and 3d. ' ' Jordan. N. R., n e cor 3d and Main. Ijoittium, A. B., 32U, 3d bet Main and JetferHon. Lowe, Thorn an 0., PoitonVwt Building, up Blair. Malambre, Ueorge W.t W, Main, betid ft.id 3d. Nolan, M. P., old Km i. ire Building, 3d. Tilton A Kitohi iwuod atory, 31 1, 3d. Weakley, H. U., Conover Building, a oor 3d A Mam. A art at. Witte, John, 378, 3d. Auction Koorae Christopher, Jene K.., cor Market and Jefleraon. H uber, 0. K.oui font Ollfc,d. , . .., Bell Hanger Hoole, Joneph, n e cor 3d and Ludlow. 9 Book Binders Udell, T. W., n e nor ad and Mam. smith, J. II. J.,Clegga Building, 3d, bet Main ft Jeff. Bookseller WMuirrJ' N., 07 Main, up-auur, opposite Market . , Biukey, JanittM, '.Mil, 3d. Boots and Shoes Um-hwalt, George, .US, 3d, Ittt Main and JpflVrson. J Kelly A llama, Phillipn Hoime, 3d. Lmitx A WtH-kel, 104, Main, bet M and Market. . Walker, WilUaiit, Ml, 3d, bet Main and Jetfornou. Brackets Balusters and Keep Ladders BalMley, J. U., M If i rut, east of nana!. Carriage Manufacturers Cotuiu, Johu, 14, Aiiw bt Jellerftf u and Mt. (')air. 1 tlarrety A WuUul, 3d, 3d.' ' ' t Cigars, Tobacco, Ae BorDHtein, L., U3, Main, bet 3t and 4ih. ) hiwrlor, Salvutur, Clogg' Building, Jd. , ( Clothiers. ' ' Miller A Chamh, a e cor 3d Htid JeTerion. Kott A Kropp, dtti, 31, bet Main and JenVrmm. Walker, William, 3U1, 3d. Coal and Wood Varda Colb, I. H corner lnl aud oanal. Hartuett, Miehael, cornered and antl lmin. -MuOain, (JHorge, 3d, adjoining canal. , Commercial College; : Urntr, a, j., ju, ;w. Confectioners. Braudenburg, W. 11., UUH, liwkl'(i Building, 3d. Maxwell, K. 0 , -V, Main. Welty, J. K., UH, Mam. Uentlats. Conway, Edward, 33ti, 3d. ; Drngglats AMey, Jamea, VM, Main.4 Walton A Kelao, 4, 3d. 1 lry Goods, parut A Brt. 84, Main. 4 . i T i 'j, . LouglaAa, W. P., 70, Main. 1 Vau Uoren, Miller, A r'ox, &fl, Main. Dyeing ltonae W legend, Hermann, bt. Clair, bettih aud Alh. Kz press Companies. American Kxpreaa Company, U4ti, 3d. j United blaUta Kxpreaa Company, 34 u, 3.1. Furniture Hooins Uatieratiuh, Philip, 306, Hd. Mikinaa, Charles ., Main. - Gas Company i 1 Dayton Oaa Light and Coke Co., u w eor 3l and Jett. Gas Fixtures. Ugden, Robert, 73, JvrlerHon. Ware A Malcolm, 4U JeHeraon. Grocers. j Gilbert, J. B , A Co., 7u and 78, Jeflerr m. Uauitch, John, 44, Main, bet 1m and SW, Miuiuk, John A., a w cor Jetferuon and Market. O'Brien, Kdward.dUl, Vd, bet Main and JffterMou. i Fust, Ulutriee, a Co., 316, 3d, bet Main aud Jetterpon. 1 Hirdwar, . j Bracelin, James, 816,W. " " ; Hats, Caps. etc. IenU A Weckel, 104, Main. Walker, William, JW7, 3d. . j , ' Horse Meters. - v , x ttermau Xathaa. imt 3d,. bet Jaderaoa tod HI. Clair. India Hnboer Goods Hanitch, John, 44, Main, bet lnt and d. Iron Foundries. Nell, Bennett, A Co., Bhawnee, bet Wayne A Wyandott, Jewelry, watches, Clocks, etc. I.afee, P. A., 3d, bet Main and Jtforuu. Keevea, John, 3d. Job Printing. Kmpire Building, 110, Main. Letter Paper and Knvelopea. )r. Wagner, J, 87 Matu, iip-uUts, oppo.Me Market. Liquors, Wines, Ave. Gilbert, J. B., A Co., 70 and 7a, JolJurxou. U'Bneu, Edward, 301, 4. Livery and Bale Htablea. Oathoart, Jamea, B0, Jelferaon, bet 3d and 4ih, Marbls Yard. LaUow, D., 871, 3d, bet Juitumou uud St. Clair, Bleat Market, filmland, Lewis L., , Market. NotarleA PublUU Baumaun, 0. h., Mtun. jMi:kaou, H. B., 3d, 3 doora e)tt of Main. Jordan, J. A., 04, Mam. Jordan, N. K., n e oor Main and 3d. s Malambre, Ueorge W., ad. Main. 1 Uioppuliimn, Johu H., UVO, 3d. Turuur, Jumea, 6j, Jertenton. Notions Ohrintopher, J. K., w cor Market and Jrllerson.' Uuber, 0, Pv old Po3tum. , 3d. Paper Hangings: t . Hiokey, James, 30, dd. Painting. Bterla, Hale, A Dufl, 3d. Periodicals. ' Braudenburg, W, M. , i-i, 80, . . , Photographs. Beebehm, Louie, Main, ovr Market Mouae, Physicians, noere, J. 0., 43, Ludlow, aearad. Plamberai " J " Ogden, Robert, T3, Jetleraon. Ware ft Maioolm, 40 J.ffwnton. Railroad Offices, Dayton ft Michigan, WetMter.baivd nod 3d. Ltayton. Xenia, A Uolumbua. Xenia Pepot. 3d. - Iteytos A Weataro, eett, w 0 rrrr ttreeuvdle A Miami, a w oor 4th and Malo.'-t v Maudlss Hrrnass, Ae. Belfrioh A ttro.. 3o4 Ud, bet Main aud Jeifersoiu! MaUaai, . Ueoguiile ft Benke, Jd.roo, bet Sd and 3d. 1 1 Lauga.Fred., 74, Jertenton. " Mauerih, Johu V., 103, Main. .., Pha.au, Joabua, Vtt Main. i j emlnary. Uoeper & mi nary, eor Ui aud Wilkinson. team and Gas Fitter. ''; " Ugdeu, Roltert, 73, Jetlwraou. vsa. Hollow War. Md, Beuneu, A Co I., o, 3d wr - . TlrP 0ee. Weetara Uoioa TeWraph, ovi 3d and Mats. , CpliolBters. 1 Joa, .Wuliaiu, W MD and Md V ilnl, wool Jeaeteirv Vieh, William, Oausi Lows, atb.j T '.. VOL. XIV. DAYTON, OHIOr MONDAY. JANUARY 5, 1863. NO. 145. City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. IVain. .rnT.nl dep.rlfrom the Uhiod D.ik1 M follows: , UlNCIfclMTfi HAHILTO AH. HATTOW. ! : ! ; . f XHp9t1, ' 1 iiiTiv. Uillixylllpanii HI. LoUIMmI...4:IU ni U:l.'i.m I,iuitiIIo MmI I)"k( ;I6 ni li unpm tolllHTtllc nndHt. LulllHKxir(tH4:tK it lit 8;01 I) ni Cincinnali Mail IKl p m lS:lfm Sloin M Miiliiletown.nd Hamilluoouly. IAVTHN, X.niA AMP CuLl'M.I'.. Bait tfrpwN..,.;...S...i.......iO!ita ai ' t tt m CulumbuH AuconiliiuiULioll 6 p nt ' 1.M 11 tn fcAAtrn ExprNM Vi::ui m m 4:3A p m '1'he h tn trttitt U'ttvuM d.ilv HundaT.. PftKon(.rH .it thin irtiiu muni puruluui. lli.ir ticket. belore u:v p ra. - . .1 SANDtrsEr, Uattor and Cinoinnati. Httmi'iKkr Mtul tiM m B (im UtintuTille Acuummo4ltion p m S:4A p m j ; PVTOH AND MlCHlOAM. . ; Chioxo HkII 1 1IMIU m :( m OhicttgoaudUetroilKxpreitH....,:! p m , ' 0:46pm iMDIAHAClllTBAb AMD DATTOM WklTB.M. 81. Lenin end Chieiuro..' ....9:00 . nt lo in, hi 'I'erre tiwtte AJuoDttnolalion....U:W . m ,:lfrpm 8t. Louis end ChivMie iLxprana.4:4fi p ni Vi:tK . m UaKinvikL. and Miami. Accommodation U....0:!K) a m ll:Ml a m 4:'A m ft.uo p m Traveler's Register. SAM'L W. KING, Agent. Got Them. Brandenburg ha just re ceived ii.rper'i Weekly, New York Weekly, Police Gazette, Clipper, Mercury, Ac, And Pife. Uuber aayt they are no receiving the best quality of Oysters, which are not excell ed any where. Independent' Fire Company. The reg ular meeting of the Independent Fire Com' puny will be held tbi. (Monday) evening for regular business and the election of ollicera. A full nttendance is desired. E. A. ALLAN, Secretary. Miami, Attention! The members of the Miami Fire Company, will take notice, that the monthly meeting will be held this even- ing at tj 'o'clock for the election' of officers and other business. A full attendance is re quired. ' By order of President, J. E. BOYER, Secretary. -j:! 1 1 ivi .h:':tl-1 rr-llflrl : Improvement Our clever neighbors Dull 4. Anderson, No. 108 Main street are projecting- quite an improvement to their al ready popular place. They will have a cou ple of refreshment rooms, npon the second floor, where oysters, game, and all luxuries in season will be served in the best style. They bar. the best quality of oysters, fruit, Sic, ate , constantly oh hand , At Home. Lieut-CoL Strong, of the 93d Ohio, arrived home Saturday evening on furlough. He is said to look well, and is in robust health. Col. S. left the Regiment on the 22d inst, and made a part of the journey home on foot Lie will probably remain at home for some time, and his numerous friends will have the opportunity of greeting htm. How it Work,. On last Friday evening several colored gentlemen, who chanoed to meet in the West end of the Market House. were congratulating themselves and Africa, generally, on the publication of the Emanci pation Proclamation, and considering the benefits and privileges it would coaler on all dusky hides with and without bonds when one of the party struck out with "Jes '01 We's dun foun our propah lebbel, abu ; w. a nearly ekel to de white folks, and we'se got heap moh influence dan de Irish and Dutch.". "Dat's so I Dat'a so I" was the response ol his hearers. , The NeW The most intense anxiety to sea the particulars of the 1 recent terrible battles near Murfreesboro, has prevailed here since Friday, and every item calculated to give the slightest information was sought with the greatest avidity. Th. list of killed and wounded is especially demanded, and it will be the message ol joy or sorrow to thou sands, 1 . Late news is better than the first ' It now appears that Geo. Sill and Col. Walker wet. hot killed, and that Gen. Kosseau was not dangerously wounded, and a number of other casualties did not transpire to our forces, as reported. We are pained to not. that th. br.v. and gallant Major Squires, of th. 2th Ohio, is among the slain. . He was a generous, high toned gentleman ; and h. bad Just been pro moted for bis gallant bearing on former bard fought fields. We are sorry to learn of the injury to the chivalrous Anderson; but w. are led to hope that the wound is not danger ous. The sad news we have is ligkteued some what by the lustre the dreadful conflict has shed upon our arm Among individual in stances of coolness aud courage reported we take pride iu referring to that of our young fellow townsman, Adjutant 1). P. Thruston, of Gen. Rosecraus' Staff. W. will doubtless hear of similar inltaaoes of our Dayton lads, wben th. details arrive. This morning th. telegraph lines ar. down, aud our news' is rather meagre. In the mean time, w. will hope for th. best. Legislature. Th. extra session, of the Ohio Legislature will convene tomorrow. Senator Gunckel started for the Capitol to day, to resume his legislative duties. He "made his mark" at his first session, and his senatorial career will be watched with kindly interest by bis constituents. . We will endeav or to keep our readers fully posted on all leg islative matters of special interest to them, and present them with., an epitome of pro ceedings of general iuterest. , , j : : The Great Rebellion. History thril ling history is being made very rapidly. The public are annoyed by the incorrectness of the reports of events, as given by the news pa tors, . and they naturally turn for a record of events to a responsible source. This will bo found in Ueadly's History of the Rebel lion, a work that is now being prepared for the press from materials obtained from au thentic sources. It can be depended on for facts, and it will be given in the best lan guage. There will be in the work a large number of the finest steel-plate illustrations of noted localities made famous by the war, battle scenes, and portraits of distinguished Generals and Civilians. It will be aa im mensely attractive work of two volumes, con taining 600 pages each. , . Headly'i History of the Great Rebellion is sold only on subscription. M. Child, Jr., is the authorized Agent for this city and county, and we advise our readers to be sure to sub scribe to him. Great Attraction 1-We take very great pleasure In announcing that the distinguished Elocutionist, Prof. Robert Kidd, will deliver a short course of his inimitable lectures at Huston Hall, on Thursday, Friday and Satur day evenings of this week. This announce ment will, we feel sure, give great delight to many of our citizens who have heard the Professor, and we need not nrge them to at tend the course ; they will be glad of the op portunity. We will just say, for the informa tion of our readers who have not heard Prof. Kidd, that be is the best reader In the West; his entertainments are of the most interest ing character; they are, iudeed, more attrac tive than the "shows" with which we are so frequently favored. Go hear him the first night; he will create a furore, and you will be sure to go the rest of the course . Boar this in mind. - - An .Outrage. Below we give the first instance we have seen of a flagrant disregard of the President's Proclamation of Emanci pation, The victim is of our own city. The flouter of Presidential authority is, we have no doabt, a bad Shilling. We copy from the Troy Trojan 1 "Notwithstanding the proclamation of old Abe, freeing all the negroes on the 1st day of January, lBOJ, Jesse Shilling, Marshall of the city of Troy, had the audacity, in the face of ail law and precedent, to arrest and incarcer ate in the calaboose, a colored individual hailing; from Dayton, known as Thomas As berrv. on New Year's nivlil. This outrage was undoubtedly instigated by Secretary Stan ton, and we call upon all good citizens to place the seal ot condemnation upon this extra ju dicial act." . . , Weekly. The semi-weekly 7Vo; has discontinued one of its trips, and has become a weekly paper. That is just what it should have bee. at th start It is aa interesting sheet, and the only live paper that ha boen published in Troy for "lo these many years. If the people there don't support it liberally it 11 evidence that they ar. unmitigated mug gins., their charter should b taken from tbem, and their locality sh.uld be declared in a state of nature, without benefit of schools or clergy. Setter. Father Mitchell is said to bav. improved slightly since Saturday. He is now conscious, and h. may possibly recover. It is highly necessary that bis room b. kept quiet, aud it is deemed imprudent for per sons to call to se. him. Special Notices. Do Yoo RkhkmrmT Do you remember that you have put off your wife for over a year who promises mat you wouiu ouy ner a sew ing Machine alter while T Plow, open your heart, and on Christinas morning, give her a happy surprise with a Wheeler 4 Wilson. . CoALt's Nkw. Javav. We have already apprised our readers of a new article of Ja pan, now in general us. in this city. The exoelftuc. of (he articl. is fully set torlh in th. fullowinir certificate from Messrs. John Thompson c Co., who ar. well known her. 1'iTTs.vau, 18th April, IHu. W bar tried Coal' Patent Janaa Drier. and find it an excellent article W. tried it with lampblack ground in raw oil. We found that for iLsm two color, w. had to u a larger proportion of drier than that recom mended by Mr. Coal., but for others colors w. found th uuantitv foo. eiirbO uuite noughlo dry Ui.m thoroughly, practical painters know that a Japan that will dry lamp black and Vandyk. brow, will dry any other color that it is put iuto. W therefor, have no hesitation in raoomsaeodiag it t the trade and to th public generally. iomm amomi-so Co, For sale by W. W.aMhorT, Obi. Block. ! declaim , : I vt, 'I f0M,'0RI-":w- v: ""'j No. 243, Third alrecl, offers for sale th most Complete and Handsome "COAL STOVE" we nave ever seen, ineyare warranted not to consume over one hall the coal ordinary Coal 8toves do. The heut generated is much plcasanter than furnace heat, and the stove is never red hot, and does not create a sickening warmth iu a vlose room. At the very least a Maving of fifty per cent, is realized. This store is now u ied by the Telegraph1. OBice, Stale Bank, Stuwnrl's Drug Store, Lu-1 natic Asylum, K. E. Barney, W. W. Wall, Mr, Lcland, W. f . Lomly, and others. lw SrT-1860-X Dbakk's fLAXTATioN HiTTkBB, Exhausted nature's great restorer, A delightful beverage aud active tonic. Composed ot pure St. Croix ltum, roots and herbs. It invigorates the body without stimulating tbo brain. It destroys acidity of the stomach, creates an appertite, and strengthens the syntom. It is a certain, cure lor Dysepsia, Constipation, Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, aud Nervous Headache, and prevents Miasmatic disease trom change ot diet, water Ac. It can bu used at all times ot day by old or young, and is particularly rec couitneuded to weak and delicate persona Sold by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons. P. H. DUAKE & CO., de22dawCm 207 Broadway, N. V. Watches. U. Kline, No. 330 Third st, has a lot of pawned Uold and Silver Watches which he oilers very low at private sale. , Ok MukDAV, Dkc. 22i, Ueo. H. Coles will commence selling out his entire slock ol Dry Goods, huoes, ic, at Cost, 10 close the busi ness, 'Ibis will afford the ladies a raruopporluuily to purchase their Cloaks, Diess Uuoua, buoes, &c, at almost half the uxuul price, instead ot paying the enormous advance over the old price, which will be worth having Ihfse hard lime. 1 .- -. Chhibtmak Pkkhkntk. Nothing would make a more uppropnaiu present, or be ol more benetilloyour wile, mother or sister, than a Wheeler A Wilson Sewing .Machine. You would be greeted with smues lor uiuny a Christmas to come, over such a preseul, SrcciAL NoTlck. Dr. Hobuck's Remedies. We publish in another coiuiuu of to day's paper, an article copied Iroui the Ciucinnali Timet, descriptive of Dr. Koback'a extensive medical establishment in that city, ity the way, Dr. Koback's Remedies have obtained a great and deserved popularity with all clas ses. It has been but a snort time siuce these Remedies were introduced into our section ot country: yet Dr. Breuuau, Dr. Robut-k's agent in this place, informs us that his sales ot the Blood fills aud Blood Purifier now lai ex ceed those of all other medicines for which he is agent, combined. The reosou tor this, is, that they have stood the test of practical experience. We know this not only lrom the mouths of others, but we have used them in our own tamily with the very best results. For all diseases of the blood, geueral debility, wuetner proceeding lrom sickueas or lrom natural weakness, indigestion, aud all kind red ailments, we recommend the Scandiua rian Remedies as the very beat medicine. extant, I hey are destined 10 achieve not an ephemerul success, but a permanent aud de served reputation, which will render them a necessity in every lamily. Aupoltun, O. North H'eal, March 2. See advertisement. del!) DIED. lia'LLltlULK uf CunautnuUun. oa the ih taut Christian L. aiellrijfie, agou on jera, uiuuilia auu 17 f uneral from liia lute residence, Mo. ki, Diniih st. cervKje aB. Jonei. uiiuruh, ou Tueut;, at II o clock am. lnttaruittut UaiiiuIU'Cenifurjr. New Advertisements. HUSTON HALL. POSITIVELY FOR THREE NIOHTS ONLY. THl'RSDAT, Ml DAY, AMD HATlltUAT, January Slh, th, sad 10th. Th. eminent alocunooi.l. JPROJ?. ROBERT KIDD. Will give three ot his amusing and instructive Elocutionary Entertainments, Under the auapirn of the PHILOMATH KAN ROCI Al l Of Mils GUV. Theae enlertaiuirvnta will t'otiMHt ol aelwt vrtt of KttediUK and Kwtiationa lrom aur aiandard au thor, iniereperetHl with practical remark on twal culture, tuiMiajiig imjMjsiaouauoua 01 voaratMer and ex aminee of til? iMiijfuaxe 01 IM iMtofionx LuVa, HAiK, J-aAK. ttOUKuV., Jt V. MIRTH, UUU HAUli, lKSrAlU, AO., tu.. ( Cards of AdiniMiou Twaniv-jr-iva Ceuta. Ioora open at 0' o clock; ui coiiinivwe at 1 o'clock. vnauga ui prufr amine eaoa ereoiui. uta JJISS0LUTI0N N0TKK. IT la mutually agreed hjr the uwi.tr igned that the partnership hrreUfore fxitiijt betMeen ua in the euuaty of Moataomery, uudr lha atyieuf Uill a Hue aon, tie, and the aame la harahy, tttvaolvod, aud the aaid Uotert iJudaon ia authoriavd U u (ho name ol the ttrin in HiudaHou and ncltlanitiil of iu tMiaiuaM. Ui ven under otir IiMUda and aaala (hi Ui day of Jaa- " KOBKHT ItUDBON. L.S. BILL. OK JMtlCKH. AT a general meeting of tha Home Khoera of lha ciiy 01 layton, ou lha VUU ol iXK-tinitr, lew, the tollowing rraolution and Ull of prk'r sre hgroad uion : jKuuttwrf, That the nrewnl high nuca of lhor, tne tenal, and In log, lully hiUh ua in iBirjaiug the prKa of horn) tdioaiug Ijtojii the pui raten, aud ilatU w, the unlraiantd, will t uvriird hy lha follow ing prioea, and will honorably and faithfully adhcra 10 aaid ma, to laae eiayci on aau altar tne lout day of Jauuary. nw anoea, iota, per wi. Now ahoaa. Wain. ....... 1 AO . 1 6 ,. 0U Uld ahoea Uxd and m. .. keaautug four ahoaa Natliau MrVrman, A. Maklry, Jauxa H)lr. M. Jvdiiioud W. A. lo.-k. Jovrph Honer, Tuouiaa Ma best John kluiiki Krauk iiukaudl, John Mu-a, (Jharlee Murrey, eaiUM aturrvy. jS.f. UorMHhlMri tJirOUtflluUl thm m.ynlr.M k Tltad u 01 aae in and euoaunbe to tlie above UI) ol pneae, avopyof whtoh maybe earatthahoD of M. bitKautaji, Uni attawt, raat wl JrttoiMMk. daiutm to 1 w O O E. THE BUSINESS. SELLING OUT AT COST I will onVr my .nlire toek of DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, SU0ES,5tc B3rA. T COS TS To close th. Liininrn.. The stork einhraeM lit. largeM and bent anorltni Dt ot FANCY SILKS, DELAINES, WHITE GOODS, MER1NOKS, NOTIONS, PLAIDS, H09IEKP, . HOOP SKIRTS, REPS, GLOVES, SHAWLS, OTTOMAN'S, EMBROIDERIES, BLANKETS, TRAVELING DRESS GOODS, LADIES AND MISSES SHOES, GENTL TOILET SLIPPERS, etc., etc. And al.o the large! and Item xtock ,.f CLOAK'S In (be city. i at the oiimal viM and NO HI Mbl . the buaineHhv iiof.jor t N. P. Jioiiitla-s jal Main elrael. BALTIMORE OYSTERS. MAI.TCT A VO.'ti UVkTKKS THE OLD PRICES AT PAY NIC V HATFIELD, NO. 300 THIRD 6TRIKT, DATTON, OHIO, AKtC daily rereivinx klalthy A Co. 'a OyNien,, diieci from Haiti morw- th brt quality iu tlie mirkci- wiin H iimy mm uow auie u rii m me viu 1 KH kM notwithatandlnff the rie In otic in lha kiutt. Mo. One, belat't, and loultle Hrltn't, are warrant wl uperior to any othera brought weft. 1 ry ihf ni mxi pius It. They alao keep conalantly on hand the text artk'lvt to be found in ihe Confectionery hoe, auoh a Fioe Candiea, Candy Xoya, Fign, KaiHinn, nau, uinnamon, I'aLfi, tireeii and Dru'd 1( rum, treuberrie,. Canned rruiti. i ino Ci gar Tobaccos of difleretit brandk, and all ar ticle! in seaaon. They keen the teal atock lo be had. and tli-v nuii aa lowaa the loweat. Forth lieat Oymter, aud all arwtuioa in ui vonieuouery line, uajl at 1'AIAJC A llATKIKI.il, de3Id4tf U 'i hiid lr-t NOTICE. LL aeraona knowing themaelvra Indebted to llw unJerniuad, by not or avouui, will ploa uaii . B. Chandler. tM) Third mtrmat, uu alura. wlir my booka are ket, and aetllti l e anmo. I am to atxMi 01 money, ana iiirwim enxioua to ruv m UUUefsl Uiffn4. jeMustsis ew . Oil kltJIAK. r UVOtt and Medlcio; a full Mork alwaya on hand uaa v m m APnr.i, wkju m., near Markt-t. Ho! for the Holidays! &aJL IADIKH AND OKNTLKMIN ahodeetreto make J a goo4 aataouoa of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS auck a fancy Goode and Toya ol all dMcnpttoaa, k wther with Caadiea, ItajsHaa, tltrou, a rwuch f niuea, .urrana, mtc., would do well to ejLamin my atoca. M y aaeortmaat w now ooaipUtas you can oiMke a belter aelaouoa now tluui W vuu wait until tlte tiai lu make your preaant haeooiue. 1 have the laiKMt v. riaty of To) s, Candles & Fancy Articles At wholeaald or retail, auitable for irenta. thai he ever beea ofWrad to the la tua pubito, aud ai lower prvvca. aww-a quantity or cnoice cider, for itiea. etc r. J. WK1.TV. deMlm Corner fouita aud Maai eueeta. 3H- '3 ADVKHTII1NO MATKI, IN DAILY! t;ne eifuare, (eighty words, solid) one insertion... t Mi (jo Huare, liirwa dayaMM..M.MM..(,.MM.p,.. j 1 One auara, one wrmk,..m.. , .Ttll, ,....., 1 u. Una auiMxm, one mmiih..n,M....M,..HHn,.lM 11 Jut MtiBte, three moult in , u oum hfuare, aia monUia, in u IN WaKaLY. " " ' uue Nquare, eighty wunla, oue wk 00 i'et auare, eat-h week in addition 96 Ptr ftiiuare, one rear, .., m to iarme for Advaruaamanta oouUmviuu jinai I apsK. or fur a lotutAr beriod Uutn alsuT. apw-mrd, ma. a aruhargd at Uteabore rataa, unloaa a wnUaua;ra nsu in uieMitt pravioua 10 WMoruon. wwi Tertmtniti'um ihumLL-v )aid lor in advanoe. . "a a. a- a w uu V- , try Ijf CKLUBHATKD PLANTED 0YSTEES. s. AM Uow !( diaiy hy . M Auu,h 'rwapiut... j(mJ f jf KKJ.'O osileoiaMiU i-li.lltork? 1 -f UjHU-rc, put up .xiiiAr.iy i..r XSiJjF aalouu suid lauiny un. oiuortt louuy iiuu, , W. U. dIUam aiNit.Ji(., Iepot KU6 1 (dm Mmat, ito)u,u, B)eAIio, all kmdri ui iroch iah uia uumti ttt:-ttrd da.ty. . .. UiM JJISSOLUIIUN. fllllK pArUierrhip lieretolorw ekiMiuic Iwtwei n X il.ut'l.li Mm lieUij llHKdit.iHi, i.l Hit Im.t.njif u..u Tool i tad, aM uiMii.d t irtiaimi ciii,Hri.t ,. uie rtiutn uu biUinuiiy, JLeiiiU'i t, li,tj. JaMV I.KAt,.Kl,lN, itAfiiUli iiAUal.MAA JA.MIa UKAC'tl.IN vtill ffiilr ilf, ,lh;iH K, ul t iintmue to t nrry ou the tntuv a u.itu.i, i.t u,r i.i.. ,!' e, No. Jib TUiru at., wpifomio in i ii-.mi Ituttti-, liflr lie i.i Lt-tiri Uihii ui jitMit-i to (... ni.u .Hujiply tlie I'tih.ic with ail mtitj,-ri m litu t.iu.iWrtrii ttn i luui uue. utaauwttvv Jdil5... aiwiLi.i.i.N. Johu Coiley et al i Munttjomery Comiiim.ii Th-t.-, Y i;..an iNo. iu. Philip kid ward ut ai.J lu j aiktiuu. BV VII lUti Ol( aud Iu iylM-'tllt'llt'l tt, (lie CI'llllllUU'l ,i au ordtT ol iiv ii-iif'i iu Hi uimvi un, i.ini t,i ma jirei'teil, I will olterul pubilv KiUu ut Hut tloi i.i tlie t.'ulirt UoUhe tu Uiu iil ol iMuu, uu , tStil H itUtj, Jiimnn ff 24, lbA, At !i n't luck p m ol ri.nl ay, ifte luliowin (e.--ifl-e.i ri'Hl euie, to Mil; In Lot LiIIIiiIm i n.i Hti.iy :,n (U iu Ute lowu ut Do.ou ,iu the I'oumy ol MuuiHUiueiy au.l niaiH ol Ultm. 'lilt: Hiuiie, with the lliijiiun imml HkIhIi, hoi Uhih rpprtUl'U Hi l0, MUU IMlllAUl null lOI Ulor. ,Mai inu- vliimn o the Hpor.it d Tlie. i ti m m-ln ui ouo and jiuinu y. hisIioiii ttuUt amiV, UIKlia iMij-uifiiiii io i mi'iiied l) tiioiiH tu Ute ptm Ui-I-Jdlawi (IkuH.lK V Uli A MAN, Mhenff. CAH1UIN OIL oi the tertt iiikluy ihtt iiiitrk-l ?t.u i plUAilli'e, bolli lot MrUi I) Mini Ut.iat.MH iu U.lllllt, auu ai livtli-irtii olk-iiio odor mm imh tw niat , u-i inv I) Uif gallon ut Uaiivi i.y ja ji tw At.l.. , UlH sVtO)(Xll(, I lit MHIU IflMt. Clllti.VlOHiKltS KRISS KINGLE LYRICS our r l H.in hui)A oul tjllieall aild tm VtllAI Mr'll' MlUUt i lot tuiiii'iH e Hhui He nt-li Vv liid be liiioiff,id io Uth, . ' ' (juleH tiij i ui i OU JlllltiLojt,. r. I'ltlirttOpllfr'! Kllfl Ktllarle . UuH lit 1 f , .oou ou ihe board i ili apvM. titiy your prvn-ut iiuH lor th. u nutl bt. A an have au uwoiiiut!Ut ol hue u),' oo c.ili at Cliimuptivi it, 'I'lii ru tifhi itui miHii t-vii. Hi rv bi-i u, We ueeil noliuioim yuii yuu drmiu .( I.ir tltju inn wlioHfiiu- ti.iuuaih u,it ttir, 1'roouie tiieiu winy uud to ChriNiupiif r.(epait. t.tv the lUfth Mt m an lo fui mer yi-i , V tn. iiinuy ui'iit iia uuuaiti-ti on. o 'jail euriy aud Iny a-tuv your t.-ji, ; f . And ntsv yoiu i , ii- oiuL-vd 011 ti.i. ... mid secure a auibtU inlvctiuu. .. - Am UhrirttlliiiM oitiite but out.'e a y ar, Al.ike your laiuily hiijy nud Ui ( gou.l . (n r deio J. Av. till.UlUl'Uili. FOtltTU STREET I'KOPEUTV AT MASTKU COaMMIaSSHkNKUS KAUi Willinm F. Si-lifUi-k, I Imiuilt, i Mont. Mlip. I'uuil, MX"""1 I, Harvey '1'houuui el al, Uulru'iM I lUtU-UAlS't' tu au oidr ol th: I Moutgoliit'l) tiuuui), oliiu, nunc iu thu uln.ve aud one inl lo im-, a miIi ulUit m uUk' mjviioii U lht d oi' ol theCouil Huti.-v inllu-ttty i iiniixu, ,a ihe -oiUit idid ntiu.' alot fina, uu iSifioUoy, Jtiiiuii'tf 4, lfi.;t, Al 1 ii'lock p in ol rw.nl do) iu k'llowiiiif lierMtrib. .! JiHIt-'l , lU-( it. .-KIlUU' lit Lllf I OH Jit) Ol .XI Kill Aj.MUt IS tud -inlt ol iJitto end hi itui t.ny ol lrtnxi, lo-.i: iiuinljt'red one lliuii.-iiinl uiiic liianlicu nua Mum luiti iluJI) uu (! pint ol Kud cu ol Liaylou, eAt-ej.i ttix ieli leel oil Ine vhUiuuin m, 1 niiuiiix IhIohkIi Hie eutire lot, Mued ti) nuiuuel It . 1 liolii.ii, U. hh om ul Hllll-dlVlnlOU Oi lilll-lul.t 1)V aV IrfMIMutlll. tiU property i-t lolM-euul uu u nvLit. iu uior 01 rttllmm t . CMiifia k HuiiNt J. liti il.oin.t-, tnni (Ml btfU dppraitted at iJUevn tiutidrrd dotliiT ltlW-", AU1 csdlUot mill lor tuaU iHU-nt,, j ul .ud n( praim'il value tw-luy Umig ou. leinot u4 iilt .wii baiti st Ai ustuU' in muui.u uu r oitriu nun l, out- hOUrteMKnl ol ( OUIH'll Mrvt'l, lUld IIUH ilulll isllllii tireet U byiui.iolw ftlrt il lluuuu 011 ixitli plii li,Mllt 4 dwelling iiniiM ull ai li f lui ii tin Kit. ti. it. nfa.tKU.k,Mili t.oinnilnkioia-r. A Li AM CLA, A Hoi Hi.), Ui'UUHli MKW1NU M.i;iiiNi:.s I ul'..ll 1', fold, n hauxe. or li a.ld td llm JL ore a tn-oim iimiij .11 uroiiort- ,u,i u. i. i llur 1 Mici-i. iU' I. A. I.Ai'i'.K, 1NO. X-U 'l HIHlinl KKk r, DA I'oN, uUI' i, UAH junt arrived fioin the eal witnoueoi the ent f4.M'in iu til" huee 4r Moulit lo llu i n . iu alditiou to til iiiik1 uitiu.l.(u tu a Ut I. IsToUul ou a lai aiseortiiM'Ul ol Jet anil uutuvl'erctm iluuih, uoh a Cham.-, Ui'ell, Ii rt'aii p. im, I ImuiU t 1 A plwaiid .Mi 1 11 ir ut o D 1 A 1 O IN US. A com plot at 04 k of (.OLD Ail felLfilll HtHIIIh aVime of the nneal In the woild mim'Ii mm Martai rull Chroooiueler Vali-it, k'uil IiWetMudent becoiMi Wau-hft: Juuua JtlKIUU't Vt au.'ne. Julius Itou' WaU hew; r ull atouk American Wakihaa. uaaed to order, a.fl. ueavy emmewu uaro. caeea. Pkk.NCH MAN I LK CLOCkd. aud ..u.r ui il.- u teet AMkHICAk make. Lsartfeauxk of aiLS fc.K PLATKli U AK tfi. al in ik.i androkKs. 1 hav had iheiu Uiue to oruer. wih Hl'K i IMP S tlie uaual aiuotiuL 01 mivri cu it,. 1,.. plated m 1 lie neat metal and Uy uatne rlainped on llieui. Tbry Will Uwt tweuij yeara, aud ale i vliAi. Clallllllhll vvu Plar m uiiud tnu llte (.KumI. were boohi airii. from Ui matwutttL-turere h.r ta 1' caati, and aa im bar. 10 null tu pay, uu im auu to tkH. a CllkAP AS AV JiOt;Ji IN Tlnij'MThl M A l k hi,- Cr!ir OLIi flNaat i.AKKK'r. UWUKK TO 11.KAM I1LVKH oaueu4 ihe kai aiiHtcu--al lArkk'a. W K K A T TO IaI V AMi "XrVil LIVE TO -aOAXV J. VVOHNAN A hOJV. . OLD FOHTOrFICK BLILMNtJ, xr THUD T. 1 1 t: JU m:1T4' have (or aal at Ui Ua ent at ii'H 1aN A HPLHH, wholeanle ana ratail, KAUA.C lu t A lolwar 1JM ltt t K A N B k. K U 1 kA-1 vr u 11 , h,iT ONM'Krt, FAMILY UHiX.khll rxi, rAUiLV H.U-br.iuUm,i), Uii llloAA Mi k Vt II EAT rLOl K ejilia. bt ITaK, fcwua, Ao., Ao., Ao. J. W. A MMtareouuatAUiiu receiTiug Hi above aiti I'lee, and veJ lhiUA uoikJ jur the laile, wln h vmu lw ottaued al fcoiii aiid auroad. Hit? are laruly nhip piujj Aiplaa Mid r'oleojvra lYoru Ma-'luaau. 'Jhrtr rlo'raMd r)u kwleat l-lotiraj td uiiaJitiwt not to be eaelld. They ar wall bird for the Uolidata, and Java, 1 iImb mvitaotuiutuiera 10 mmi, watmuuag 10 ptw til) trad deuvered ire. iraae 04 den dW