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Local and Miscellaneous. IWCk) uftrly'tti Uic, i'ali' lit Wcjttf's HnlUl to-iiMit. -.a; ' . , - i : 'f NkwYkuw ft.tv. In outer tnirtvoout printer nn' nipf.rluhlty to enjny atm New Ycnrt liollrtay, no pmirt will Iip lisin'il to morrow. - i i . 'i ( - - Iff-Tle lute lirililu Taylor, Of Uucii" nntl, liiM left tlie fullonlujr lieqnesSsi in iii. will! Willows' Home. $1.0(0f riucinniitl Orphan. Asylum. 1AKX; rYome of tiie KrlciMllenn, l,(x0; ami t'olorcJr Orphan Asylum, S.'iOO. HI entitle vnlneil at i.o5o,o(x). ; . . f : t?TTlii' Vnli flt Hull, 'fo-nljinf, will jir'pnt man new ami .vnricil allnir tlnna. i - ' " ' ! j ... I.tmij. V of C'i.othinu. The dwelling of Mr. Oi -' Wheeler, ft eoiiipoMtor In our of fice, who resides on First street, w:is robbed of various articlea of clothing bclnnplnfrto the family, oir Christina morning, by n young woman named .lulrA Holme, who had been In the employ of the family for a abort time. On the moriiinii nuuicU, hIiu aked perinlMslon to make irnhort vleit' to a Iridic, and left, taking the mining articles with her, linuunUng In vuluu t mmc sixty dollar. Wie failed U return heivejf or the (rood. Mid hua not, eiiiee Iwn heard from. Any information In regard to hev proent locality would lie ttiiiiikfully received by tlie police authorities., t , . i Thk Fib at, Ci.Kiiii'H lUiii. Tlui La dies' Fair, for the bcliclit of .St.' John's Church, was again largely attended on Sat urday evening. The Interest manifested by the public in this most laudable enterprise continues unabated. The quiet and "oil order which lias prevailed during tin; pro jrreKH of the Fair, makes it one vf the most pleasant anil attractive place lo upend an evening that could be desired. Several valuable prizes have already been drawn, and a nvga number are tlll in reserve, coma of which will ibc disposed uf this evening. Including n lino gold w fitch, :i splendid set of chamber furniture mid var ious other artloles. , There Will bu a lurjje crowd of unectatoi'S to-ulsht. Uo early." - - ... --sy : . , ' tSTThe Democrat of Franklin County selected delegates, on Saturday, tn renre aeut the party in the 8th of .lauiiniy ( ou venttou, deiiiginitinj; Hon. A. (i. Tliurmiin, t Columbus, as tlieir choice for the (lubei tiatoripl coivlesj.,. Thiy nUo passed a rc-io.-liitlon;. U).'rjlip tjjut the 1 lonioeiatiu State t'oiiventlnu on the Klh of January, should "adopt resolution ; reucst,in; the legislature to submit to the. people, at the next annual cieetiou, tlio question ol rftrik lug tlie word 'white' from the Coiustitutinu of Ohio, in order that there may no longer be a doybt u to how the people of Ohio are affected upon the proiiosltlon of negro vot ing we declaring that wo will hereafter, as heretofore', always oppose the proposition t the polls." r . , . . ,. FniLLH'S riousu Oi'KKfiNU. The formal opening of the 1'liillips lioumt, under the auspices of Mr. J.. Ucihuhl, tlui present gentlemanly proprietor, will tiikn phice ou HVdueaday evening next, January id. The committee of invitation is composed of a number of our most prominent citizens, ml the proposed festival will no doubt be a most pleasant and attractive iifVair. Dur ing Mr.Ttalbohl's connection with thcPhll- llps House, he has entirely renovated and refurnished it, and it now ranks among the first-class hotels of the AV est. The antici pated complimentary ovation, on the part of his numoroui friends in this city, is well deserved, and we have no doubt it will be Id all respects worthy of the occasion. fFA large number of splendid prizes will be drawn for to-night,' at the Fair at Clegg'a Hall. Btjli, liivjc to Lvi.no. .Vow that the election Is pasted, we had hoped the Jour nal would forego Its popularity for false hood and misrepresentation; but in this we are disappointed. This morning It suys, in one place, that tho Democratic meeting on .Saturday, to appoint delegates to the Xigbth ot January Convention, was held ''in tlie Democratic Insurance Olllce.' Tbat'i lie No. I, In another place It says that the meeting was held "in the office of the Ohio Insur ance Company." That s Ho Xo. 2. Tlie meeting was held and the delegates appointed at the Democratic Headquarters, corner of Jefferson and Market streets. , Perhaps, however, the Journal only meant to advertise, gratuitously, the afore said Insurance Company. It so, we hu vi no doubt that excellent aid reliable insti tution will be duly grateful. Tub Opxba lions, From the largo number of tickets already secured for the Jtateinan Concert at tlie Opera House, this evening, it U evident that our people are disposed to rightly appreciate the grand and beautiful iu the musical art. We have already referred to the tnimuieiiditut merit of Farepa as an artUlt, and she will be sus tained by an array of thu best talent that hu ever appeared before a Dayton audi ence. Our citizen) li'.ive In prospect a mu sical festival of rareexuelluiice, and that it will be geucrously sustained ou their part, we have uo doubt. The Louisville Vottrirr. referring to the performances of this excel- lent troupe In that city, has the following highly aompliuicntiiry notice : The ,Batenian Couci-rt ut the Masonic Tempi on theevenliut ofthe2.th. was un : 4oubteJly one of the luost recherche entcr slumxnts we have ever hd in Louisville. :'!m audleuce was one of the largest and . 'lit critical, yet most tlioronghlv pleased, . 'h we have eyer seen asuii,lcd. As , 4ft o iustrumenlal luuslu. amateurs ami T-sionaia were lu wstue oyer the mi execiiiiou, ine ueiii'iicy of touch i niasrervoi musical UllUcultleadis- jur. jinis, me iiiaiilst, and Mr. the violinist. Kvery member of a si-sr in nis own part. t'a-D...l U...l ...... . 1. .. Tiinii,. anu j:wiiiiiitt were ooin III . : . . . ..... ii luiur pieeeju.. j ior nignor never Knew viu wo heurd him xeriiciice ol a masculine tenor, lo powers rug' with his muni- nisi oe niicquiilea as an oper Irepii' singing waa bird- numun soui in it. iter voice coin pass, and her command j (Mil. From the highest uote ue silvery swelllne tones of uif piiiong distant Mils, she lion lo flioe weird, a-olian kt long in memory like ouiea yi-er, furlhiT (roinij, V'l'-lua Imii.Uj biuwlnx lio. v liiostt itv tnWv MoKui. :Hh h tv Tlie UitUBnl meeting will be hcM nt the llilllips House, Onyrnti, on Tliuinrtiiy, tin fill llaj; .TnntiAt aCven o'olwk A. . A lull mill lnuii tmU, ullemliiiwe .is I'cquvsted. HENRY K. STEELE, Secretary. HENRY K. STEELE, Secretary. How a Farmer May Lose Money. Ity wot kikinif bis miuiity psper. i liei iiiiig no Hccoiint of fnnn veraMor). I'iri iiig tin -ntteution to, the inaxlni, "S stitehiiu time saves nine,'' iu regaixl to (lie sn'ing of grain ami planting seed nt the pvirvr time.' "' ' " 1 ' ' Li avliig reapers, plows, cultivators, &o unHL'lK'rml H oiH tli ruin Mid lient of tli sum. Mom mmiey Is lt In thin war. tin tinfiHt, tliau most "persons wohld bnw'illljig to 1-uiii'Ve. , , .... i i i' , 1 1 i FniiullWng liroken Implements to' he scaileted over the farm until ihcy nrc Irre mt ihlrt. I'.y repaiiing broken linplemenb Hbii tiniU at Ute proper time nmnv illiirs irmy be mveil proof of the NHifrtiun flntt "time W rnoticy.'' ;, ; . ,, AlU'iiiUug auelion wiles, unit purchasing all 'Utmlftut taitnipnrv, because in the Wpnls of the wndf-r. the uri ich arc 'Y!ieap."! Allowing fences to remain unrepiivd until ''Blianxe'' cattle are iiiunil graiitg In the mHidow, jfraln tiHdi or. brow sing the frHit trwi.- ' A" ' ,, , ,. , lililie iiMr tlui principle, of . rota tion of crop bniore nunking single ex periment. .'. i i " .. Planting fmlUiee wivUtbe Hx'iiwltuiMkaf "i iivuig nun. wiiiiwii giving the tree half nuiurtrciiiilred to make thchi protltirnlc. . . Practicing economy 'by 'depriving iocU of proiwr slielti-r during, the winter and feeding them unsounil food, sileh as buli rott"n corn and monlilv hay. Keeping an Inniinim Able' tribe of rats on the piemises, and two or three big lazy dogs, w ho never molest tiie vermin. , .Spending rainy clays iu groceries and bar-rooms, instead of being nt home put ting things to rights while you have leisure. Miftmi&buig Property. A KIN K, 1. A HiiK JIKSIHRNCR ANT X IU'HI NKSS IfOI SKON Til K S.VMK l,(T-AI,S(J o'J IU.It JfiWN IMtorKltTY AND TWO VAL I A ItLK iliM TS iK LAJiD AT John Hfnry Khcll it nl.. rn. Andrew Cam Mhi'H ?t hi. co No. s.vw. Hupt-rfor OMirloi- Miiitifom-i-y omity, Ohio. In partition. i( Il ltKr ANT Ui im orilii'fr uU iiwl1y1)v the H. jirrior Court tif MimtatMiiory C.nmiy, Ohio, find tn iniMltn'r.tfti, r will MiVur nV 1nblic Mile, m the iriMnirU;fl. jit M iaml ihur, on Iti'tw. tin the Ihiiii'i of one uml lonr oVlnck p m thu following rettl -iftU. to-wll : Kitii;:to in ttiii cuniity ol AlontimitM-v nntl stnti of Ohio, till thru cM t;im trinii in-parrel o' hitKl Ivin In t he town ot UiiimiMhnriz. in the emiitt v olf Mi-uri'imicrv nnd HiteU Ohio to.it: h.'liiK iti-lot No. 53 on .tncoh Kt ivhHr'a pint tf ii town. AIo in-L.i No.-tHjiiei-Hhly ti theorilitiil hint of nidi ti n. Also. On- following Hrlnnpart r thr futli luilr of Koclton No Jft. Uwn 1, rrmjrc , M. K'n; lit'tfinninc ittaMiike on thn north iMnttniiivv of nun 1 wt'.iion ; lllt'nct H -in lll)f feet 17.3 plU uunMUkf; injure h.i',, iitrcfx fr T pftitM to t stoiw; tlHMHf n IMS,- "ttmees UI ntW filoiij flic piko to U10 iliu of iM'ghm.ntrromafiniii; ten jutoh, nxiruor Ih1-. w Am, iht' lnllnwintf. In aivllim ((, totn 1, rnnpn . M. K.U, hitiitfout-lol No. Ton Imhhh Trcon'r jilat ...,,-.,,, ,,,,,, ln in inuni 111 I Jill IJOIJK imnv njt. mi BiiMiifunitrv connir KiTOvo:!, con taining ftTCftwun. more or loan. Nnhi ut No. m m ntiprniMfil nt ty 700 Mini M ,o. 4tis npprnlitcfl at1 frt;j suit ttii acreittif Innit nrc HpprnfitOil nt . 1 'HU) Snhl nvo wroof latirl nrv nojirufht'd t firm jtiiH vnnnvi w won ir iins ttiftn iwo-thInl ol the aniTalHt-il viklntt Mioroof. reiici'tlvoH-. 'I JfiliAlH oue-thinl of the purchase mono v must ut 1Mu...,isiiUti llniiiyoi RtllO; OI1 tntpl Ql OHO . ...... "m.unm, , bHI, yrnre iimreuitei'; dc 1 rrru imynieniis 11 iwv inmvstunit to beseeured . H. II. DAVIlwov Sheriff of Monloinury Cuinily, Ohio. Adah Oi.av. KAKC'L'TW'S SALK OK TIIE JOHN . ..... ., KAK.n, I w ill onir f.irsjile, at pulillc aut'tion, on TTivrntlay, January 31, 16ifi7, ' " Hetwtan the huum of um and four o'clock 1. M iiMni uto prt;im.us. thu lollowiiiK ilittrnbetl ruul ' Y:'"". Biiiiaie in nioniKoniery (unil. bi;it ot M"WI: ioi L-twocres, ntoro or off the w est hide. ti' tho north wur-t quit rUir of mjcIh ii t ",,It;,u" Wt wwu tour riinxo uv (6, The premises havo heon uppmised, ire 111. uUf iiuiimiHi hiiu leu tioiiarit nur ero. and imiihot Mill for lt tlmu iliut u mount. JKHA1SOK bALK Oiio-ihinl cnh; one-Ui1rd in 0110 year, and oiit'-third in two yiain I'ntm tho 1st day of Ajuil. with iutuitMt from llmL dato. tiie payiui-nl to he oi;ui'i'd hy luui ttfuKu ujmn Lhu 1'he iireiiiiM- aru Hituated 011 thu towmdiip road and a-ijolniiiK the town of Ainitv. and aooui ouu- nan liiue uouth ot thu oil' Crock I'iku. Titwre i K"l i-eHur umler kHino; 11 uood frauio harm well n ui 1111; iiri-11 im ti i.'dini tfiiiiii 1 1 u-.. Him' . ;n. .. o j(xd Mtttf-r; Mono aplinK houso; ston' hinoke hoiut!, aud all I hi' not-t-Hsiirv mil -hu il.l inVk ..11 .. K'ed rt-pair ; a vtmiiK ori-imrd of hearing fi uit. ui vai n ly ana rnou o fruit. AImj. i uuuiiik -..n iij n ( -miniiK Miriiltf, hlllU eieat lor bUek. IIAIIVKV VIMIS, KxeeuUir OT John Muht', doeuuMiJ. . 4jKi. W. Moykk, Attornoy. bW4 Notice to Sportsmen. " VU. persons me hvihy IVM-wnriied not to tros iipitn the fariim of tho iindcniiKiu'd,' v, ith doMw;iins, or llro-arniti of anv kind, for the iur- jjosi! ol liitiiiK r killing train', .w all portoo 10 i"(Mind tl'f'SsIiaSHillir Will lilt llt:llt ill! u .nl.i.o- l.k 'K ' ",i't ia. iiii'iarinnoi iiirun dt iitfufd me miniated iu Handoljih Town-hiji, fliunmuiin;ii IMIU Dillon J p., AUUI1II t.O., UIJIO, l.ynian Wheelock, W. J. .Hoover. J. II. T. l eo-ly, iaiah llarlt'y. Oavid lt(!(-kfi', John tU'll., Ianitd Itinchurt, lt'vi SpiiU-r. Hamuel KolLcrtti, Jaiuut, KwiiiK, K. Kwiittf. , J. L Miller, Jleury Knlkorlh. A. Ilarley, lail Hhaw, Knos You nt, Aunm Al.toy, John Hoover, liohu W. Tiirmti' .!hca)I lnli'. 111 ram tiMie. t . w. Aifiiili'nltall, 8 ni an Wfdillf, ncfKcr, .lo in lit' they, li KoutM. Klain ount, I n is Koiltrl, William AidricU, 1 uoinbtt tiav. A. .S. rtioiii'tireaker. ill ut in Koamabiiruh, II. Ueeker. John Wonder, 11 inirun iiixiwn. justness $mqtt Third St., Dayton, O. fcw oo-oiv(ii thrm Inriift liihMlhM-' Vsmr llmxirhntHii uj i-(f((, vi. : HvtiHt, Tmck .1 , Com u 1 1 ill H !! tli. Si 'It ml 1 Ho ami ( l.iun al.y I'liorouulily iiiirtlilit-il TfaclitTH contnnllv in olovrtl. btuui litfi, mstl" or fi:!nal', lhu i'Hll nl hiiv tipm. Vim turn iilwHV" oin'. 'unu Hint ttiviMtlvaK'. for 1'uitua, Ctiuular mint s. J. CRIER, DAYTOIV, OHIO. liirAMluiutSwlyl wTflsktliS AVD MLSTAtiiLS lOKCril lo jrmw upon the nm.nth.t fare in 1 trom thi-fv to tlvo wufkt hv utiiiir I'r. KKVIO NK'H HKMAl-H AT I.' Mil AJ'JLl.AiKK, thw iiionL wondrrtul difcruvrry In modern f ii'ino( art nip upon the Ktard and Hair in an almost mirai-uhMot manner, it im !.' n um-,1 hy Hit litu of l'arin and londoit with ii., tiiitiui-im mu.-.-.i.- aiue of all purt haMtr w ill be n x''red. uml if '' nn'ui iin i na jriven in i-very Instaiu'e Hie money will ho i heerlntlv reriinded, 1'rlie hy inail, M-aled and (io-.ipniil. fi. Oein i ijiti ve eireu Ihin and Uu-iiiuotiiat mailed IVm. Afldnn HKK t.KIt, bllti l lh & CO., t hfiuiclfc, .No. Kiver Jjirwirt, Troy, M. V. fcolu aguau for tho l uited fu'- , fi.'tOdlm Fine Carriages, Buggies, : Sleighs and Cutters. , . J. LANCDON & BRO. HAVR for nle ut their niMiiul'wiUiry, N..i1, 1 mi 1 16 I- Jin Hi ttniul, a Uuu m.uiluii'ul uf Carriageg.Buggiei.SleigLa and Cutten. Kliriy ijoue juvuijitly.' liuSWawSm f f ACTUAL V HENRY K. STEELE, Secretary. How a Farmer May Lose Money. Local Notices. PvbujKoik.'X'o debtor of the lulv firm of t avner A P.nilliuv The (lrm linvin;. been dlsoh-e,V. the bonk j.ted, and as slghed to J. ft. PupUus, of-tlie krtallrnk-Kll who are Indebted will 14en.) cnn'andaet- J. R. PAULLUS. .Jiiiytoti, DecemlMT.'n, ' " aid Kwrum's'tumii ",U r.'..l to, ',ouUUin(vprrtpHel f Vr' the' nnVsi1 lUIII-n ol thehollllavrwasoi.. lltl.li llnmrn House lWaiifanf, on bw Year's mornlinr at! t-n o'clock. TtirUy, ehl.-kenV. nimlls. oyslcm and everything that tho Vj.lcun eau tua VniliP hil'ih'o Kill .,r . ... i. ulli lie emiJiiithnlly rc lunch Of the' 'sea son.! ami he Invites his many friends to lw on, hand topnrtBk of It. . atil ( "Tlllt tl l VOI K . T lli.uif .1. If.. 1 .- , ,V ?.l- llll Tl itfum vh it lit Vrhit, uml iuino on a piece of imiMlfS old fiM, nthoirtfl.Mlmf hPvi. well npprWRyi ir xrp fllfj On CIu Nt loH 1 iirty, whirl. resultiNl hi n most Joyonj !?ii pleiKnnl. was thnt enU'it:iiiiiniu A,. a4l'V Of'f imliiicd lo WMftiu5i .if'-n jcui r. Of courxe (ho Interest, ol the first tflll Wot be alwcnt fimn the next. - ..... , On 'mil ton IAV!-.T IIIK S.MK I'LAI F f AM) 1Y TilK SiMfcl Cupl,.. J. - A. Minlck ViNhe (he (uiblii; to undertmid Unit he is still selling -rnecics elieaper than at any oljicr jihice iu the city. They are nil of llrst ipntlity. Hcincuiber tile iduep. lonier of ' .Tellcriii nm!'' Market strcelH. . t"'J'haiik arc tendered, my numerous oustmniTS for their ,,troimt.,. during tholwsf year. FeellnK RlaU.luI ft',,. 1'iwt fuvorn, 1 shall trive to merit their )iit.-o.u.Ke ii, the future by fair and liberal dealln.,r. 1 ,i ,, belter prepared than everto furniKlUHothiiiK, 1!,HiU and Shoe Ilats and Cajw, Cloths Cansimercs, rurnlsh liiff Ooods, and ineii'n wenrinjr apimivi, which 1 will miikeSip and wairiuit to (rive satisfaction, uml at prices lower than the lowest. Harvey It. Inum, 2.12 Kant Fifth Wcet. ' . .', de29,)2 ".v 1IAI-I-V new lKAIt." ("Jiptaln Relief. oi tlie .lloutRoinery House, will elv( I... in.... .....-- ... " v.MOM.n i any ou Acw dear's Kve. All cnamo and pro)cr persons are conMully i.ivn.ii. io KcniailiniUeil unless accoin pniiicil by a lady. Iinprocr persons are liositivelyprohihited. (lood music will be in acieuiliince. dc2!'l2 .SZTTn WI.1.M are luRt hniilln.rln hundred barrels of Salt, (.'all at J. A. Win. icks, comer ol Jefferson and Market streets. . Ttiii TliVTII.-Srhwavz he wiUm UayouilmiHof clotilnf $JO enenprr, anil an Overcoat, $." tens man anu to n.-tr In Jhtftoii he'll do it. J'i'i him. Ut iinmriiHf rcdulion in Itootn ami Shorn all jlrnt claim worltnt liootl man's, HO Main Street, for dajn. 2' luye. Voftt IVs t 4'anl ivt'viii rF goiu, tftaraiess of rout. tfiT Go to Schwarz' for barriiis ii Hm Overcoats, 118 Main street. Jiov a and louru'a C'j.othinq. An en tire new apartment the best lu the city- just lvcelvcd by Tbeualinrger & Son, Nu .ro hi ai 11 ,-ii.rcci.. Hats and Caps very cheap, at, (food man's THE "EAGLE'S" HOLIDAY SONG. No. lift, Mala street, Itayton. ronr Ki.oka M'Fi.ismav IiiuI 'nolliiiijt lo wriirt' An illiiliKrviiK.iiiK Mx. 'Hi'lliiirrii. li.r n iimi'I: mil ill ma I lie cijnin. lliul. 11 Niiiv.iK Iwi'ii Uii'rc. , Surli 11 thinif of Mia Vluiia wonlil niithiivclKwu Mniil. mr nuiiwAKzyroiim nave riirniJitii her paiita am Not exiir.tl V thf. irnrli f.ir 1. m.il.l.... ..lul. lllll lultlir, fill li,.i,.-. l-vi'il til Us Uilwiln.t Tluiu ta ki liku AliM t'LliaA Willi IliillllllK Ui eiiri .iu .ni i.vur ic pcHWAiizr ii )nu "iialnt" you To Hu. line Mock, not fnrfrom Market, on Main W Hero In. Mll hixthoiew kooiI. to nmiizinir low J lint Ins ..i'.imm sy. 'lu s uot CIIKAP ON ii r. .riAi A ; . . Kail often t)i buyer myi -Pray Mr. Si iiwarz .sk murf ior jour Komii, tlioy 'm so nitielronely Hut in vain ,(o thity'fMj! Mr. in loo tlhn ' " 'i"Tiiw m any mora than bin (ricu I ""or when you may, you will ne'er fall A htij nrwirif of film Inn rviiijf Hi,.,-,,, Kvury one nl tlii'iu iiumuus hm niiKui can be 10 .ui. Mi,., .,. i,,,,,., ,,nil liat'U S.HIIl tlllNg lo They enter tlio Miro, Roiiietliut's, rayutd and Iliil a very few uiiniiU' nliie- transforms Hum cimi- l imy 1 b row off those KOnn.mts, 'an tatterwl uml Hp..!,.-.,. Anil nai'r;; .iir'a,. u.tt:tmt: nut OU tho Uic-.l Ami htiti. 1 Him Juror. I 1111 thnirimto unit, hi, h As tilt's men MuKliltbu-mur in their ranntil ariiii root ibeir egress with smiles, tuul a love Hirhtiwl Aiuj lii hihe low anil l.iiiirulslilii-, whlprr. . r. 1'licu luirrv lo Soil H 1 K' I Takt your greuiibaeks armiri Dress joureoll llke a timitUuuiH, now while you Ami you'll ihauk in )irofouiuUy fr uriltluic' Uii "111K. A ml gnilul ully slug U lor luimy u day I lo to of Toys And Fancy. , Goods . AT AL'CTIO.M 1. J. U11u7.fr, 5'J Wayne street, is selliiiu Ida entire stock of Toy and Holiday Goods, Xotioiis, ..Vc at J'uldiu Auction. If you want jrnuds lor notliln"-, be there ttils even Inji nt seven o'clock. E. W. Mctiowan, Auctioneer. WSIcds, Sleds Sleds! at I! utter Sons. HFJ.00K out lor the liolilcti Kairlc, lis Main street, throe iloori South of Jlinki.t House. t,"r;lcds, Sleds, Sleds! at Huber & Sons. Hoots and SnoM roK thk Holiday. Our clever trieiids, Villiain Kehm & !ro, at. No. KS. Jefferson street, have Just rccelv- eu it larocanil splendid assorlnicnof Uoots Shoes, HaU aud L'p4, inUuided expressly for the holiday trade. Their stock ol calf boots, lailiu', iuIswh' and clitldrcira shoes cannot he surpassed In the city. They are olturlng them at very low liurca, whfch should be an iuilimemcut to all to call and purchase at their stoiv. " deaidl ri"Women' Kid Shoes at (loodihan'a at evenly-live ecnu. tfir For a black cloth unit, custom-made. N, to lit well and at the rlxht price, t; to the hagie t'lothiiiB Store, 118 Main street. CJ C) Q- -if Tun Wav to SuorKsa. The true road to "feivcsg U a fair, honest and upright way ol dding biislnesH lu all branches of trade. I'Vw, Ifauy succeed, icrtnanentlv, by any olhcr course. What business men need, Is 'lm respect and confidence of those who dcid-wlth .Mima. Trip truthof tlii thu lt fully llluatriltcd in the cne ofll.'Hcliwhrt! 'he entcrprlslnjf proprietor of the "Kajrle JO(thlnK Store," No. llHMain street, lu this city. , From a comparatively small bcfrin nlnjr, less than two years ao, he has be 'onie one ofthemost popular and extensive eloUiiiiu; dealers in the city. Ills store is daily thronged withciistourcrs. and his suc cess has become a "fixed fact" In the busi ness: oMratlons of Dayton. The best thlnjr about it Is, that when he sells liisciistoiners )?ooil once, they are' always' stire to i onic back hthIii, for flic'binlplc rea'shn tliaf they Hint he never deceives them they can always rely both upon his word and his ifoods. He wishes now to say to his customer, and the public especially to his country friends that he is now recelvlne; the larg est and best stock of clothing ever offered In Diiyton.'' Jthiii been acleoUal with' ha cial reference to the holiday trade, and those who purchase will find every thing as represented. He takes tills occasion to return his sin cere thanks lor tlie patmunpc heretofore extended to him. aud to assure his Iriends tbal no efforts on his part shall be wanting lo merit a continuance of tlie favor aud conlldeiice lie has heretofore received. ' ltd.fcw tf"A lot of new (lovcrnnieut Overeonls at I Ml, Lcssner A: rtmthei'. daw Look IIkhk. If you want a nice business shit, well made, of all piitternsand all wool, for.?2.1 (H). gotoSehwarz' IIS Main street. li! 1'nrrnt will find Infants and child rcn 1uils of all ai ii, all sizes, and all priecii, bi uirillully imul Up kt tlio Kagle -fiothlng Store, IIS Main street. Si'I.kndid Ovkiiodats. Lchciishiirgcr & Sou,,No.llW Main strecl. have just received lie most splendid lot of overcoats in tin city, wheh they nil) 'olterlng at ' very littv .r-rcs. 1 an unit see ihem. i ltd& -vliitiUT Kni.riTioN.--Asf We are deter- niiuixl to reduce our euoriiious stock of while, clothing,, especially in Overcoats, thcniforo wo oiler the greatest iiuluce nicnl.s to buyers ever oll'ercd in this city. We, will sell without regard lo price or cost. Conic anil convince yourselves. I!e )cetliilly, I.cssner & rntiit'. daw ""IXid.son'k Station." The far ami wide well-known ' Darisim's titntion," which "l!lice Jo" so long presided at, is now lo cated at, 2S1 Third street, above the Ohio Insurance t o. "Uncle . Jo Dodsou" having purchased tlie saloon lately kept by Mr. ('has. Miller and given to it the favorable name, . Christmas day it was inaugurated, and good cheer was had hy hosts of old friends. The liquors, cigars. Ac, are of the very best. Stop at liodsou's Station. Mr. Conductor!" i do20d:i Tkhv CoMwnnoK. J-eucnsbin-ger t& Son. No. lfM Main street, eltll particular at tention to their new and splendid stock of fall ami winter ( :otliinir. They defy com petition, and will not lie undersold hv anv MiiiT house ill tlie city. S- n omen s ri ne sowed in innmh ot viomiinan sat f 1 00, , i . t9f" Look at those warm Overcoats friend SehwUt'7, Is SIIDlilvill!' the ocollln with, nt i-l (Ml. (io and see them, and you'll find all other goodsalso, iu liismainmotli establisli- mcnt, in proportion. Orflirlstnins a"d Xcw Vcars are fast. approaching, and when on your 1,;,uiiiIh in lnitjUm, Mat and Vfo;.i, be sure and drop in to see friend Schwarz's cnornious slock of custom-made Clotliinir. Vou'll liml his stock more tasty made up, hv a "'real deal larger, and more otr))ecially his rfri-. that will certainly Induce buvers to iiu'iehae. and bo always satisfied. Don't forget Schwarz, at the sign of the (ioldcn Kairle. 118 Main street. tST Women's Calf Shoes at (inodniun's at seventy-five, cents. Fall and Wintkk Clotiiimi. A full slOck ol tlie litcst styles and best iinulil v. Vnf'.,,i,!iv,,,, by Tbe'isiirgor & Sou, Ko. IUO iUillll hlTHT. Kour hundred Ooverninent Over- eoats, warranted new and of excellent ma terial, from 1 to $5, just received, at. the I'.agle Clothing Store. H.SoiWAitz. r"Alloways .t tiross, 222 Fifth street. are aelllng hoofs, shoes, gaiters, li)pers, ive., clifapcr than any other holise In the '.It)-. ' ' ' " dcl.-idiit RT Sleds, Sleds, Sleds ! at llubcrA Sons. del7d7 $ Bkht'sFiltkiw Pino- iri.ni',.i-r. 1 l" lo ucc oiuniodato all classes win. il,.si,-,. have pine diiukiii!f Mater lliis worm weather. II. liest would ainioiim... II. 0 1... has reduced tlie price of iiis superior Filters $!. This will nlaee lliem In il,,. r......l, all, and no family should be without one. IvlJilir Yui oease vour Ire vi. .iiirrv.lNi.nr im. I VViiul.ruiu ami Ihuin'ier, rt-uirinlii-r.ftirllilyiiiuii " That Stern bergcr's la tlia phu e to get your overcoats, suits and fiirnisliing goods. no-jiiiiw tOreat rcdiiciion of nriees for ten uiiyp 111 iioois, slioes, hats and cans at Al loways & (irons', 222 Fifth si recU they make tllerr lll'lccs suit a I e-O sec t lii-iii. MERCHANT TAILOKS, 1 ino, .n;,''i ii 1 11 u s i'i(i:i: r, NK.ST DOOKto i'OS'J'Ol' l'lOl'. All similes uf tlie liesll Ulitfil U ANO KXbLlsH : chinchilla: beavers L O Overeiiiits; Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestingn, Undor-clothing, T niOeau-rurhjV .jFordjJ - - Ot Ihebosl sunlit) -j,i, l,e, eive.1. M I ,1 Suits made toonler, lu thu IfU and Jml ',i.iVlW, Styltt, N G iM-iees a. reusonaUleasaii. esC.lili.li. Ul.'lll ill Uie .-il v. Satisfaction (iiiuruntixHl. elDilawSiii I 2 n j,- i ' I I . . J j ed l .,l-'.,S mt J. BY TELEGRAPH. Washington Miscellanies. WASHINGTON, December 29. I iiyfiiuatcr Johnson, lately appointed l.'nvinaster In the licirulur Arm v. Is a resi lient of CUicliiiiatl, mid ao credited In the Wiu- Department. He Val formerly ofthc Cincinnati Uazrttr. Th li'adh al members of the lloue of Kepresentatlves, nt Washington, will hold anothcfcCfiunuasonmatVer there-BsaenibHng next week. Ashlev's linneaehineut. reso lution will probably undergo discussion, as it will be in order In the House when his State is milled lor resolulionH. which will be iilmut the 7th or nth Drovlmo. The Congressional Coin m it tee on Frauds on me Internal Heveniie have unearthed some astounding cases iu I'liiladclphia of 1 ne ci irruption 01 oiticials. , .Should Congress pass the territorial bill over a veto, an agreed case will atonco be submitted to the Supreme Court for Its de cision, and no one here doubts that the Court would decide thu territorial act null and void. The District itlrur bill will be sent to the i'resident, doubtless, on Thursday or I- relay next, and each member of tlie Cab inet will be rcoiilrcd to nivc a disapproval of the bill nneiiiivocallv. Informally, nil I Us member, save Mr. Stnnlon, have al reaily disapproved the measure. Tlie Had ieals claim Slanton as one of their uartv vet. and he Mill soon be called upon to show 111 iianii. 1 ue rsenrasKA Dill will probably pass. without tlie word tcWr. but a veto will kill if. sure. Sumner, Fessenden and other liAiilcnl Senators will, under uo circumstance, vote fur any bill or measure that has the word "white" in It. "No more white States." is now the rallying cry ot the superlative liadleiils. It is said that Mr. Wade will not press the. bill to a vote on its passage unless assured that enough Senators will vote for n. 10 pass it over the veto. The l'rceiilent and Cahlnctnre more puz zled than ever over tlie Mexican farce. One thing is fast coining to tlie knowledge of i.ue -iiimuiiirniion Here, anil that Is, that uie .Mexican people, flunk no more of pi pie ot the I. inted States than they do of the French anil Austrian troops. They bear us no nive, unu want none 01 our iutertcr enee. It Is contended by foreign diplomats that f raui o did not receive Seward's 19,0MI ilispaich. J hose more directly posted in Mexican afiairs express apprehensions that ine .uaiainuras nilair will ollerto Napoleon a pretext for a further delay lu withdraw ing Ills ex)edittonary lorccs. Senator Spraguc and wife havo returned from their Kuropean tour, thug contradict-' ing tlie minora that, shu had left his bed and hoard, and that he had followed her solely to obtain therequlsltedoeumeiitsfor a divorce, certainly, to all appearance, they lire a most atl'ectionate couple, Bud her ful her, Chief .lust ice Chase, who resides Willi them, pronounces the divorce story an uni'ouudeil slander. There is irixid ruar.on for savlno- Unit. Me. ilaiium will cling to the War Department as long ns possible, notwithstanding he as sured .Mr. Johnson, Home weeks alnc.e. of ins ocsire rn wifiinraw from the Cab net ns soon as he finished his re-port for Congress. Tlie Treasury of tlie United States holds as Kcourif les for tho circulation of National Banks, l?,(40.Hi:;Uf0; depositaries of public moneys. .tit,2ii7.1D(l. Total, $37U,eii0.2.")O. ine total amount or currency issued to late Is S3UO,7;ii;,ICl. Dcductinir the cur rency returned, including worn-out, notes, the m tiial circulation is 2i)S.(ll :i.fi7i). and yet the panic-makers say, numeia marcel From Europe. [By the Cable.] THE YACHT RACE. LONDON, December 26. maile the trin. el- eulalitig the dill'erenee, between Londou and Nciv York time in thirteen days, twenty-three hours and lllly-cight niln utcs, beating tlie Fleet whig eight hours, fifteen minutes, and the Ve-ta nine hours anu turty-tive umiiiUis. LONDON, December 27—Noon. The yacht Flcetwing lost six men and her iib-lioom ou flic 2111I1 Inst. Tlie yacht Festa Is all right, and would have been within two hours of the winner but for an error in her pilot. The i London Timet compliments the American yachtmen for tlio last time they made with their crafts. The best run that tho yacht Henrietta made in one day was two hundred nnd eighty miles, anil the least run she made iu one day was one hundred and thirteen nines, .-sue inane ine entire passage across 'I 'cnn hut with one tack, and did not lose even a rope. Tlie Hei.i ietla is everv- wliere. looked upon as one of the best aud fastest yachts that ever sailed the ocean, and is greatly admired by everybody. THE COLLIER EXPLOSIONS. The details of the explosion at Oaks Col liery, in F.ngliind, show three hundred and eighteen deaths. H'lie second cvnln.i.in caused twenty-eight more deaths, mostly iiiunil" eiii'ineers aim nrciuen 01 ncie-b inr- ing collieries. There were two more ex plosions the same dav. causiiiL' 1hnseur. l1 to be suspended. Another exnlosion n- eiu reu near Stalloiilslure, by which seventy-four lives were lost. LIVERPOOL, December 26. (ieneral'Miller. for several years connect ed with the Fenian organization, publicly denounces Stephens us 11 humbug and cheat, and warns his countrymen against him. London, Saturday, December 211. American securities Improved lu demand and price. Old five-twenties advanced to 72-tu'. The following is the correct market : Livriipooi, Wednesday Eveniug. Sales of cotton to-dav. 15.000 bales, the market closing.at an advance of fully ttl. miiiiniiij; upiuillla, H '411. l.n'KitciHii, Friday. The Hrokers' Circular renorts the sales of cotton for the week at 70.00(1 bales, and the stock In port Is uu.OUl) bales above the estimate. I'ricca advanced Vad. It Unnot I .'nl.; markcx quiet. i TRIESTE, December 25. Turks am reported as having been igaln deleatcd with heavy loss bv the ('nu dum insurgents. TRIESTE, December 25. Train of Cars Destroyed by Fire. OLEAN, N. Y., December 30. A train at nine cars heavily bidcn with petroleum, on the Krie Mnilroad, caught lire ut ( uliaSuiumitSlatioii. ncartliis phicu, e.sie, ii;i) , oc.ll liy ng IIIC CHI'S llllll Oil. Tlie lire probably originated from sparks from locomotive. The conductor was badly burned, but il la wiittveu 111s injuries are not fatal. Departure of Treasure—Failures. SAN FRANCISCO, December 29. The (iolde'u Age sailed to-day, takiiiK 7i ll 1 iui 1.. ...... " ,11 lll'IWlllll', There were eight fuilurca of pnMluce and retail dry good nicri liauts iiuiiouiicud yes terday. 1 he aggregate liabilities arc S 10, oon. . , . The biuiksare disi ountiug freely ut U4' cent. . . , . , and Liquors J N 7 4 ft I' ,V.Ir liu I IdlBJ;,) . . till W. W. lllllm ARB.,,. T.J. W1.EV McKEE, WOODWARD & WEAKLEY, (Sui--eMi-fc Ut WuKrtUl.lll, biiiilh Jfc 4'o.J r - WHOLESALE GROCERS . ani miit.ms is ' DAYTON, OHIO Also. I lis! Hen- jf If !fil"rl"'. H'. "d C.ira lilsky, l,inrr San, I r .......i: 1S1TIVO (ai3- TlUCEMflilk " " blvAm Job Ktoui, Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, December 29. Fi tmw rtotlnjcinriefflue can twr bought s at. SiiatH ,5, and VlntcratU 75(I0 20. V Kxtras are Helling at $10 fj0rs12 25 for Spring, and Winter family Is quoted at; l22."ioia 75 for Spring, Hiid Hi ;6(13 60 '. for Winter. nuiau saiea 01 la fancy are being made at I In, In. WuratW inter Red In flna at 2 7nta' 2 HO for No. 2. aud t'i 80 for No. 1. We did ' not henr of any transactions. .In II ill or Whit Wheat; some of the best grades are ollering at 2 9&M3. . , , . Cohn A steady marker, aud a fair de maud al r2(n)r4c. for new ear. at upper Rnd lower roads, ami GOtfGlc. for shelled, in ele vator, and including new gunnies at. 70(i 7iic. There is nothing doing In old Corn of onsequence. There Waa noma shelled of fering to-day at "5e. Oats The market remains quiet, and' the demand moderate at 63c. for No. 1 lu elevator, and 5(ic. for No. 2. 1 1 .. Kvk The oll'erings were quit light, and the market closed with an upward ten- '' dem y in prices. Holders are asking tl 15 for No. 1. iu elevator, aud tl 20 for extra. IUhi kv The demand for tho best grade of spring and fall Is fair, and prices are steady at f I n.'Krtil 70 for prime u cholco fall, and 1 30rl 35 for choice State spring. ORocKitiKe The market rules dull, but prices are unchanged. We quote fair to ' choice Kio t'illee at 24(f 27c; raw Sugar at 11 Of lie; hard refined at lBVfc'lGc, and Molasses 70(i(80c. for I'orto Kico. AV'hiskv The market to-dav was very firm, and holders were asking 26e. There ' were no sales at this rate, however, though ' there was an active demand at 25c. , New York Money Market. NEW YORK, December 29. per Sterling quiet nnd unchanged; ' ' ' (iold firm at ikfiB. -t . (invnruments firiner. Metropolitan Hestaurant AND - ' 1 OYST12II DliPpT, No. in 1 bird street, , Oioiite thu.Veiila Kallroul Depot. FRKMII OVKTEKS KKCD IIAII.y v E.I ilKsUi n,!M?.'.,tli.!'Vrri?r,n.?,,1""',",I t'""ille s t.,lleil with l)vter.l'lij. oet, l'ripa audWuU 'a crai kers ut the luwest urliwk. " ""H'M'Jui A. KNKltHT SOrt. c. wTTowe, 7i Wuolesiile anil retail ' ' i Trunk Manufactory, , Has ruinovcd to NO SWITIfim, STUKKT f)A VTOX. (IftlO r AlllKH'TmyelliiirTninln. (ientlemcii'a Trav 1 A elltiK rrunks Valises ana lrnveUiiir na. lUmiiet ilnxes ete.. or lietter Inaniil'ui tnre i.f loMfer tirii-es than thev can be i,iii-,..m-...i i mnnatl or elseivlieru. ark w ai ranteil. mSlluly l. nsiA.iKanii Importer of RHEIH WEIN ( Ami denier In CilTAWBA , WINE, ' No. tint Third 8troet, Jy'JOifir IMyton, OlUo. WALTER TROWBRIDGeT- Custom Boot, and Shoe Maker, fourth tlrtrt, ont door F,u4 TeltsaMuUiUmf, fakes to nnleriil) klnils i.r I.ailiw and et leriair "' '" 1"t'sl "t", ' "''" "" ' 1111A1U1 To Their Customera. M .fix-' ;.hJ -l'-:"-;.- ' t-'ll7 "i '' '""'f'1'"'' l'1-oll.er, fourlh 'si,'"; FLOIJU A.D FEED STOKE. Xo. r,it WAYNi; STItEET. Eugono Dutolt K viT,t 'T!nMini''W " tM "ww .11 ..Pi 11 11' 1,1 " ! ami ri'uiil M k or tl m; old hnsk for mfifcltiaT liiutl res . reaily loriiH.-. NOTICE, 'HI K iimlers,K,e.l wonl.l lururin the il.lle that I lie ills si.lil lim.iitiresl.s k uf l .-rs 'I'.ih'uieo .iielMiriuns nllier s kins arlu li s i, t li. s K .rlii, lull .'..nliliiieUiel,,,.,,,,.,. , iheoluVlaiifTw,! irnl i'ii 1' ';:,r''.V'."V, """""'nenil. UU ol.f trli n Is urn I customer. Tlie lmslness ill lie .ellleil lit ll ' liii.l's,(o,u.l liitnseir ami those luileluuu to Vim Hill please, m like earl paMnent. J't I.IL 8 I!OUN'8Ttl. . (hueeessiir ul' Julius llurnsUiiii,) H3 Third Mtiuet, Dayton, Obi. rPA';:S""'l"'i'rW u ",ir-v ' ll friends ao.1 I riisuuiiers of his pr.leoeMr, ami the ti.!,. lie ireiieriii v ll.ut l... .i., ". .. V vu" l,.U ii- i ...... .hi wen anuun t ".!' .-..I'll""'"0 '""n.'''. it'luliraiisl by its toma.vi.' Kl"l,.f "f A,NI,S I'iAKS Jsr! aril. L.1 I. '. ' J'y ,Sn"'"t ,t0,'l OI mokilllt arl" svueral. I'leaisa call ami Is, eoiivine.sr rtei-aidlw , , , tl.lAS U.KS. Journal coiy. NOTICE. rpilK unilersWneit would inform the pulille Uiat 1 he ha. .old his entire l.s k ol llonUaud hlu.... 10 s l,oo,lnian, li,i will i nnliliiieat the old sUn.L iiiHl Hleiiu he reioiiiiniuil. Ui hi, customers u3 Uie liulille ireiierally. I'll.' UIKlersiiriieil u ill s..ltl .l.n 1..,.-!.... i anil those iinlel.usl U. him Hill please lainie up aud ' ettte av;,ilw l.lournal fopy-l HAT STORE, KVKKY IIKSCKIPTION OF HATS, CAPS, ' AND Gentlemen's Furnishing GOODS, LADIES' QLOVES, &cOf FURS! PTJH3 ! ! Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furs of every description. Buffalo, Wolf aud White Fox Kobes all sizes. Our Pricea Defy Competition. Xew floods Ilecelred CVrj-j Week: ' - A. HKIimiAK.. ' ' , .,io 'Mi.OHira..uilnv.r, .ii.:.lly . U.jloBohin. Dr C. McOERMONT. Surgeon General of Ohio. "I11"" T""n ASD M-KIJ0!l . us rni.s.uiflll. ortklw ClIKCKa kETKIPT-4 Neatly pruiMtt ana k Ml THK I is mi4. ' t".,