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REMEMBER &YOU BEAD,
NEW STOCK 1
GOOD WORK II I
No. 110, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
TIT A X K FUL lr tS vert liWal riatrnnag
-1 heretofore extended to him, would agsln enll
thetttennon or the publlo to his new and oompl.t.
SummerNoots and Shoes!
Rmnioylntr nnns but the best ef workmen. I km
confident that 1 ean g t up the
BEST FITl'INQ AND BEHT MADE
f.".?'? Sh"', oily, and I will guarantee
oetlslactton in ail cases.
OJ' Otv ma a Trtl I
tf W WlLoOK,
lit Mala strrot, t doora .oufh of the Market.
N. W. W alao heaps a sup.rtor .rtiel.of PRRNCH
A FINE afore room on Market afreet, rery
suitable tor a Orocrry ar Katlng Hour, being
that part of the raoiti now oct-upled by K. A T. T.
More, that fionii on Market etieet, may Be either
u or Bu feet il pp. ' '
Alao, a larne room on the second floor, V.40 feet,
etituhe for in office K.otisnce on Third street.
Knquire of a.. A. l.T. M re, or
' H A a. K. CLARKE,
Jr" Real mute Agent, Id 8t.
TWO HANDSOME and hifehly Improved
- farrai, Ijlog snout 4 mites north of the eltjr, nj
nc es eich. CM V 1'Hwre.Hi Y will be taken In
part payment. AL-U,
4u acrea In Hano ck County, not far from the
count, -eat, and three tourrhi of a mile from a rail
road itatlnn. iihi acres Improved, balance excellent
tlraiier. Very flue land, and will be sold at a bar
l:io acrea one mile north west of Union City, well
Improved; a creek running t.irough the centre,
never falling waler, latgc am, good bearing or
ohard, aprlnai, Ac.
a acrea In Darke county, part good timber; good
land, a No I linrn, punied, gooj houae. l,Ooo
down, balance on lung time.
A numher oTolher ramie variously located ard al'
ven cheap, together with a la-we amoui t of drslrs
blee ty property of every deacriptlon.
Jy' t.HAS. r.. t LARKK, d Bt.
J LIAVK now on haud an extensive lot of
FINE O00DS FOB SUMMER WEAR,
which I propoac to aril at
PK1CES GREATLY REDUCED
for Ihe next two months FOR TNK CA8H.
The e wnntlnir chjthins readv made, or made to
or-ier, will llnd II greatly to their advantage tooa I.
Rememl-er Iho pmce Cheap More, aoulh-W'.at
ooruer Third and Jelleieon ala
T. M. LEW IN.
P. H. 1 have alio a second hand Hre proof Kale for
Bale very cheap, jyTJUiud
Stoves and Hollow-Ware,
If at ton I''o under f.
NEFF, DKNNE r & CO., Proprietors.
Sforc-roonis S70 Third (t.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Cook and Heating Stoves,
ALWAYS ON II iNl),
rE AlfE MANLKACIURING THE
following Cook Stovea. and are oreoared to All
"DAVTONIAN" A1K T1GUT,
"IMPBOVKD BANO UP,"
"CLINTON Ain-TIOH I," Elevated Oven
'KINU OF bTOVtH," htavated Oven.
Tin Plats Htoyca, Six nnd Seven Plata Heat
ing titoveH, I'urlur Stove, &o , So.
CAST TEA KETTLES,
A VBRY BUPKRIOB ARTICLB.
Our BANG-TIP AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE hm
no Kuperlnr it enntinurt to te m grefit fnvorlte
We oouJti fill a volutin with teatlmuiiUle, U It wei
We ere Ajfeoti for the tale of the
Thta Range haa been gotten U" within a few montba
paat, and haa maay advantagoaovertheold Rangea.
Uo you waut a auporiur Haugcl Ca l and examine
BIO Third afreet, llavton, Ohio.
jyf-amiUmw M-KK, UtNNtT t CO.
Tools V lltichincrv
FOR SAl B AT
On Monday, Augu.t lit, 186V.
BY virtue of a chnnel mfirfffRire, and a
power to tell, mmle t the unite Mi gnw1 by Hufui
lutioa,tiiey win oner r-iiuuuu kucuuii wu
lYIiidtay, Auuuftt &, 1859,
At 9 o'o ock, A. M , In unit etwiut the Munulnctory of
Agricultur-il linpleint'i.t. ol H Uutton, id uej ion,
Ohio, thr following aleauiibe ManiilAoturfrt'Tooli,
IinuleiuenteAiitl Miwhineiy en hi nue uruer, ii
One l-.rRC intl:r, czr. psir ot sea c, one pminrr,
Mn hinuv. r on inths. f J . eiriMit. mker) one bull
slitter unJ nxinK, one U.tevt un".e Inthe, one
punch, one pmin r (hoitit'n o., m,ii, .1
riMteiiitttit? iRtl.c. oiief. lot trtthe, two A engiu'
l.u.o. .,n r. u Uo Dlniner. Iwo upright tlrllie, oue
9a iiii 12 null cliu.-U. one k y ieet outu-r.
nnu n.iiara.r ilrLII. HUM i. Ift't riltfllie Utile. OUC lOrCW
outtiuft machine, one haml laihf, aud one lathe,
MelIeii 1 nua.ii.aUertoiieT iei nitine lam,
nnn m imt rnuine Uihe. one 24 Inch Woonwotth
plrtlner, one ill Inch hanl Inihe, one lu Imh
tin. L iwt- m 5S lurh tll'l B l.ltllC. UVCrlteHl
leva, ItiitiiiK Hint belt, one STATIONARY e-N-U1NK,
IS tnch iM.re, t-a ft ttioke, ol the Utret
lmprovenieut) one iHlncLttrrew chuck and two belt
Thew tooli and machinery are mostly new end
I-... m.. ii- kI.K All nurchaien under Bfty
d'lla will be require. to pay oaih thoee Kve
fifty will be rruulit-tl togi e note at 0 d ay from
.o. . w.. A'H;v bWNi
JyltJwtt T-OMAS SHOWN.
Thefollowlnlng list ol NEW UooKH, just reo'd.
By WILLAI.D V WIIUATON
Clodey'a I.ady'a Book for August.
Empress Catharine the riruoud.
Discovery ol lite Circulation of the Blood.
The Tin Trumpet
Lady'. Mnnuiil of Fancy Work.
Hint, to Uurae-Keeiiera.
A New Scries of School Oeoirnphy,
REALM HS, r-PMXEllfi, AC
Tbaologlca.1 and Mtaoallaoaoaa Booka.
A tlltRKAt, IHrCorjNT
Made to CL-tauYMfN and TCACHVits.
Bl THIHIi STBT,
Jyla One door a est ol ti.e Town Cloe..
Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati
msm. ww r
REDUCTION OF FARE TO OHIO WHITE
V and after Haiurdmr, July 1 6th, the rate
J from li.) ton to Ohio While bulphur lr!ufaand
return, u til be s, 0.
Jvl-UJW JOHN H. HUDSON, "up't.
FIND WINES, ETC
l ieiirli U'lne,
n 1 11 iv bit nod
MEDOCA BOKHtAUX CLAUET WINKS,
Of the nnsstqusUty and at the lowest prloei
WBOLUBAl.tl AND BxlTAlL.
FINE CI0AI 8, hWISfl CHEESE,
LIMUUU'JEKaod KUKUIEll KA8SK.
CAPT. L. MAltKOUAF,
No. 376 3d atreet, w.et of Poat OffiO.
Jyl. (Jouinal aud tiaaatta oopy.)
IIo. Ye Anglers.
CALL n J k. tiel hart and gat a nlo Cab
la. pole 1 bais got aM ease, aad a asiaka,
OI1IC MONDAY. JULY 25, 1859,
lli!; DAILY LMl'lliL
Inpiri failing, Third it., Soils nit tU liii i hSemt
HI seat. ptr wl . payable to tba carrier,
aiaale ooplea.palup (a wrappara, eaanla.
The Cincinnati Tvrie FoundrT OomnanT la
our duly eulhoriard A Kent to make eouiracla
and receipt for AarerliaemeoU aubacriptiona,
4c, in thateitT.
To BoiaaaaS)a. Tbe Empire Job Roomi
rein complete trim, and wo are now prepared
to do work of all deacripliooe in the beat alyle
nitDiin. vmu in ana ezantne our work and
learn otir prfr.ee.
LT ro ADTiinaau. AdrertlaemeDte or
Nntirce for the Km pi re muat be banded into
the office by fen etaec on the day they are d
iired to be puhliebed nef iafer. Wa cannot
airree tomaerl them aflet thai hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Thoae who deaira to have advertieementa
naerted in the Weekly Empire ehould hand
them Id b Haturday morning, attbelateal
na()ur edvertiaing patrone will peroeite
that, bT our arranRement ofreadinft matter,
their adrertiaementa will be alwayg new
er important matter to tDem.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Report..
Thb Nawa It will be eeeo that tha ct.
ning Empire giree tha "Peaoa New." about
12 hour, in advanoe of ita morning ootem-
Maa. V aan a Jamk' Conce.t, The an
nouncement of Mre. J.mer conrert will be
found in another column. In addition of tha
attraction offered In her own rxquiaiie.inging
will be aeen that aha will be aaaiated bj Mr
W H.O.iok.of New York, a Tenor of consid
erable nolo, and bj Meeare. Rolfe and Pe.raon.
of this Oily. The programme will be one of
the mo.t attractive and varied ever offered here;
and we feel confident that ita rendition will give
pleaaureand a tiafactlon to all the early admi
rer, of Mra Varian Jaroea, and 10 ecoree of her
auditor, who will hear her for the firatiime.
Her Italian reputation, earned in the breath of
troD(t prejudice, ought to give Iter con.id.ra
ion with the DXat critical of our citiaena,
We hope to aee Uueton Hall "comfortably
crowded" on Tue.day evening. Let the greet
ing be hearty.
CTIt will be remembertd lhat we publiehed
on Thurad.y laat an account of the arreat, by
MalUlark and othrre, of a man who had In hi.
poe.alon, and wu endeavoring to anil, a val
uable watch which waa believed to h've been
been .tolen. The Cincinnati Police were tele
graphed, and It waaaacertained that the fellow,
named Jamea William., had .to eu tha wath
from Mr. J.T Toland, la tba rear of bi. .tore
No 38, WV.t ih at., Cincinnati, on the Hth
i iet. Officer Haaeo came up thia morning to
take charge of the prieooer, who ia one of the
uioat expert thieve, in the country. The watch
and chain are worth $175, and $25 he. been
added to tha worth of the .tolen property
making $200, which will be paid tha officer,
fur hi. arreat.
ETOne evening laat week, Mr. Caper Beck.
wbo reeide. weat of the city, waa in a aalooo in
town, with aome friend., when bj careleaely
ihibited a mil of monaa. compri.ina near I v
1100. 8uddeuly recollecting where he wae, he
hastily put asay hie uoiiey, and afterward
taking the precaution to esamina a "ail .hoot
er" which he had in bie eide pocket, he pro
ceeded on hie way home lo hie epriog wagon.
Two gentlemen accompanied him on the way
a. far a. the arch at the U. R. bridge on the
other aide of the river, when they got out and
proceeded along tha railroad to GreencaaLlr,
where Ihey re.ided. A abort distance from the
place where they got out of the wagon, three
men discovered three m.D, whom they had .een
in the Saloon at the time Mr. B. exhibited hie
money. Tbey a ere alio aeen by Mr, B., but
did not attempt to moleat him. Tbey Mated
that they were after a man who bad not paid a
bill be owed tbem. Mr. B knew the party, but
doe. not diaolose their n.mea.
Bt,ArgCT!M We are all fond of blackber
nee and tbey ara a native of our .oil, but our
indu.triou. farmer, have taken great peine to
deatroy the buahea, and we now depend upon
Kentucky for tbeaa healthy and luacioua berriea
Nothing make. a bettar Aedgeto protect orch
ard, from tbeivmg boye, and tbey need no cul
tivetion and only a little trimming aud grub
bing. We hope wa .hall ba better aupplied
with theaa berriee at home hereafter. Trimble
eouuly, Ky., hae alone furoiehed Ohio with
$25,000 worth of Iheer excellent berriee.
Hasria'. Maoacih. Meaare, Willard A
Wbealon have received Harper for August.
Content: Tba Cruiae of the Eaaex; Thi
Hunting Si-ound. of the Saranac; Tba Muai
cianeof our Woods; My Wife; Wbat'll you
DriukT A Ballad; Visitors; Hrxamelera at
Jamea town ; Isabel Bernard'. Leaaon; Legal
Wrii; Margaret Stuart; The Virgiuiana, Ae. It
1. a flue number.
(TThe morning after the French occupation
of Milso eeveral journala that bad been eup
preaeed by the Auetrian Government reap
peared. One had been (uppreeaed five yeara,
and in the laat number had promiaed the "cou
e'u.inn" of a story in the next True lo prom
iae, tha next, at tba and of five yeara took up
ihe atory whera it had been left off, and eon
I7A little boy of a dn summers, named
Couley, wbo wsa playing in dangerou. prox
imiiy lo th ear. at ll Xenia depot on B.tur
had hi. fool severely ti lured by the wheel.
alucoooUve Which waa engaged In moving
aome freight eara froaaone point to another.
learn lhat although be will be a "cripple
life," be will probably have the partial uae
hie foot whan the wound beala. B 'Va should
kep away from th cars, whether in or out
motion; for they c.n not tell at what momen1
they will be put in motion.
A.Th Butcher' Association, will have
Dionio en I'biilip' Ll ill to-morrow.
ooura tbey will b pleased to hi their
frienda "Andy" i our informant, and b
Great excitement exists in Da visa. Counly
Kentucky, coaoaroing th detection of a com
piracy among large number of slavea, ti
object of which waa rabbery, poisoning, arsor,
burglary and murder.
t7Tber will be a "Basket Meeting"
th yioinity of Miami City on aexl Satur
day and Sunday.
MTA freight train, oon.i.tlng of 43 ear,
cm in on lb B. I). 4 C. R. U. on Hatur-
Qcaar. Uow do th Joairaal " eiiu
mu m ctsxiiqefesi j
CT The effecia of tha Armistice ha. had
a great buoyancy in all tha money market.,
Strong hope, ware entertained of peace. Oat
ton hat advanced In tha Liverpool market, but
breadstuff, and provisions ware dull. On the
7lh Intl., Napoleon telegraphed lhat an arm!.
tire has been agreed upon, to lake tffecton the
8th, It ends on the 15lh of August. It stipu
lates that Commercial vessel. , without distinc
tion of flag, will be allowed to navigate the
Adriatic unmolested. The Mooitaur cautione
the public sgsinst a misunderstanding of the
armiatice, and aay. that negoti.tion. may re
commence, hut it doe. not see how the war may
belerminated. The London Time, ear.:
With regard to the armiatice, there I. little lo
communicate beyond what tlhe puhlie already
.now. an tn.t aeemsto be well authenticated
ia, that Ihe proposal came from France, and waa
the reault of the Etnperor'aowa determination.
That the Emperor Napoleon ehould stop short
in a career of victory and make overtures to the
foe whom he hae defeated in two pitched battlea
and hurled beok to the limit, nf Lombardv,
arguea the moderation of the French ruler. We
ran hardly believe that the latter h.a been the
cause of tbia sudden re.olve.
ID" We do not desire to be considered wanting
in any thing which constitutes the "amenities
of newspaper controversy," for wa really are
not ; but we cannot re.iet the deaire to e.y that
the reply ot the Journal nf thia morning to
our abort stricture upon if. articleeof Saturday,
i. one of the muddiest .U.rta we have .een fur
aome time. The transposition of line, in the
reer of tha article, doc. not In the le.at affect
lh consistency of the dilution: and this, we
believe, ie about Iba highest compliment we are
capable of paaaiog upon the performance, and
ill readily be rckuuwledged ae "throwing a
pebble in the right direction."
Mrax. The Editor of the Oermantown In
dependent having dared to epeak favorably of
certain republican candidate, not in favor wilh
the "Journal clique," it. favorable notice Is
treated with .ilent contempt. But when the
Independent ie belter poeted by our notice of
hi. article, .. to what ha. been decreed by the
ruliag influence, and politely makes the
amend ho mrable," by nsmiog alao the Jour
nal pee, lhat.apient paper jump, at the oppor
tunity of giving further publicity to the fiat nf
ita clique, aludioualy avoiding, however, .11
notice of the former artiale.
La.auix IIi u.g. We learn from those who
have visited the Laramie Reaervoir this ae.aon
that Capt. B.tker, ,who now haa charge of the
Laramie Bouse, in tha immediate vicinity of
ihe E aervuir, keeps one of the boat "reaort. '
for aportamen to be found anywhero in the
country. Every thing about hie establishment
ia in complete trim, and every possible facility
a afforded to thoae who go to lhat delightful
place for the purpose of engaging in .hooting
and angling. The Houae I. located pleas. ntly.
close to the fishing grounds; bo. la, fishing
tackle, bait, etc., ara furnished at fair rates to
nmateura; and in regard to edibles, Ac, we
can insure Oapt. Baker to be an mil. Thoae
who deaire to go from Ihi. vicinity c.n take ihe
D A M. train for Piqua, where they will ex
change for the Packet, which will connect wilh
the train, and which will land them and their
bit gage within r few yard, of the Laramie
House. Wa learn lhat two of our citisena.
noted for success in sealiny the Miami, go up to
the Reservoir ihi. evening. The weather being
delightfully pleasant, and tha baa. in biting
condition, we confidently predict a good repon
from tbem. Wa bespeak for them the beat
cheer of l.pt. Baker.
8.M. A P. R. Road. We ara informed by
R. Btranghem, Esq., Superintendent and
Chief Engineer of the Springfield, Mt. Ternon
aud PilUburg R. R. lhat Mr. Dunbar, Preeidenl
of the road, hae aucceeded in making a con
tract for Iron in England which will iuaure a
epeedy completion of the line. The work ia
progieaaing rapidly, and it i. expected that
train, will run through to Mi: Vernon, by the
firat of January loOO, The road is now in the
hand, of energetic men who deserv. credit for
the failhlulneae, wilh which tbey have perioral
ed thedutiri impoeed upon them III. claimed
hat ihi. route, when finished, will be the best,
and cheapest line to the east, and the officers
are very aaogulne of their ultimate aucceee.
The iron will be .hipped about the first of
August and immediately after it. arrival the
work of laying track from Delaware to Lakeville
will be commenced. Thia road baa cou'euded
gainat all the difficulties which a poor road
could poasibly meet with, and ita completion
will be a aourca of gratification to ita frienda.
NArto-tAL Oiaao Th Indianapolia Nation
al Guard, aiuce ibeir arrival home, bare p.aard
a aerie, of resolution., among which the fol
lowing ia prominent :
R. solved. That our reception, at Dayton
both in going aod returning from our late ex
curaion, by ibe "Light Guard" and "Moulgom
ery Guard," Col king aud Ool. aod Lieut
Greer, demaude our warmeet thank., aod we
irual that ao occaaion may .000 offer wneo we
can reciprocate receptions o pleasant because
Cuahoi. Our patron, in and out of Oregon,
will notice by "A Card," and an advertisement,
n another column, that Ml. D, Elentx hae aold
out hi. hardware .lore, at No. 230,5th it., east
if the 4.nal, to Merer., Walden A Marehall,
who will hereafter conduct thebu.ineaa in the
beat etyle. Thee olevar gentlemen ar well
calculated to make popular and practical buei
neas men, aud we have no doubt but that Ihe
l-eopl will extend U them a liberal patranage
We commend them to the reader, of the Em
pire, and everybody elea,
F itu. sin to tb PsAOTitix It will be
by lb card of Mr. Thrr.her, that bebesresija,
ed lb position of Deputy Clark, (which he had
held wilh credit to himself, to the aaliafaction
of bi. worthy superior, aod to th interest o
the public, sine lb. accession of Mr. Buyer,)
and will again devote hi. .nil re attention to
the practice of the Law. Mr. T'a natural abil
iliee, excellent legal acquirement and gentle
manly bearing, eminently qualify kirn for th
poaition to which he ba. returned from choice'
and at ibe solicitation of many friende. W
ean cheerfully commend Mr T. to the publio
He may be found al the office formerly occupied
by Vallandigh.m A McMahon, Olegg't Build
ing, 3d at.
ICTSe the adveriiMiueut of Mr.
Plumber and eleem pipe filler, Ao., (n another
column. He ie a practical and thorough work
man , aod haa all the facilities necesssry for the
successful prosecution of the busiossa. Ju.l
ucb an establishment as that of Mr. O. a
wanted here; and we doubt not he will ba lib
rally patronixed. W will only add thai
comee bera with th beat of raoomuiandatlon.
for industry, honesty and gentlemanly deport
ment. Give bits e all. No 63 Jefferson St,
MrD. Iltina A lire-. .Third it, opposite
th Poat Office, ar In reoeipl f many axtra
nio tiling in tit eating and drinking tin
They ar ol.v.r men, and keep a Srat-olaat
eatabliebmenl Tbir Cot-faoltonary aa4
Bkry till oetinKOs to 8i f'ioatitutioB
White Sulpher Correspondence.
on morning, com-
psny wilh eeveral lailiea and gentlemen from
Cincinnati and Dyton. Mr O.,of Dayton, no
ted a. a railroad financier, Dick S , and Dr M
of Cincinnati, were of the pany, and carried
the Iiim energy into pleasure making, thai
ihey are noted for in business. We Were eur
prised upon our arrival, at lha number of visi
tore at the Springs. They are here from Boa-
ton, New York, St. Louie, Charleston, New
Orleana, and aome have even coma from Cuba
end Jamaica. The number probably rtceede
SOU at preaent. Mr. Wilaon and his efficient
oarp. of ...latent., never weery of administer
ing to the comfort of their gueate, and have tba
enviable faculty of making each rialior feel,
lhat ha ia the special object of their attention.
The main building, aud collage, are all com
fortably filled, and every body ia making tha
mo.t of the golden O-omet.la a. they fly. The
d ty i generally apent lu boating, fi.hing, bowl
ing ten pine or in picnlce, and lrl Mn with
the young ladiee, wbo ara a. plenty here aa
butter flu. nu a sun ahinr day, Every night
we have a Lice little hop or a general ball,
which are kept up to the wee hour, of morning.
The most agreeable fealure about theae Springe
ie thearraugementof coay little cottagaa, which
are ecalterrd all over the estate and are eepara-
ted from the noise and Coufu.iou of the other
buildiug. Tbey are large enough lo accommo
date one or two familiea, and are aoma times
occupied by the same person, during the whole
It i. a decided relief to come her from the
fiery atreeia and burning walla of ciliee.
and breathe the I eah air and drink the
pure water ' We here feel the dewy freah-
neaa cf Spring, hear the low humroiqg of
water falls, and ei joy the cool b ret sea aa they
.urge and moan through the primeval fores .
City coovenlionalitiea aje all laid a.sde, the in
tero.urae of visitor, i. aa aimple rod unro
atrained aa the open acenery by Which ihey ara
eurrouoded, and all mingle together wilh lhat
freedom and honeat aincerity, which characters
ixea village or country society.
There ia a livery establishment npon the
ground., where horae. and couvey.nco. may be
procured at pleeaure. The drlvea are fine, ex
tending IliroUfh delightful rolling uplands.
leaping among ancient forest and winding
aloug the bank, of the rocky and romantic Scr
Poxee abound in ihia vicinity and great ex
citement i. aometime. got up ove. chase. Mr.
Rnick,a noted hunter from Columbus, ha. hi.
pack nf hound, on hand at .11 Unit , lo assist
in tha sport. A fox ia let loose upon the
ground, in eome public place; a few minute.
.fter the bound, are put upon the track, the
hunter, follow and are ao'on in full chaae. An
Id man whose tottering limb, will scarcely
bear him up In walking, i. the moel daring ria
der we ever aaw and toakea nothing of vaultiug
a fence six or eight rail, high, when hi. blood
Wl en wa consider tha great rxpenae Mr
Wi'aou ha. been at, and Ihe accommodations he
hsa prepared for hie gueata, we cannot help bet
ingeurprieed at the liberality of hie charges,
A man can .iay here aa chuply aaal any hotel
in a city, and enjoy bimaelf lo iLe utmost.
Al hough lb Spring, are aitualed in an un
nettled puriion of the country, the visitor i
aurrounded by all the appliaucea of city life
and can join the two exlremea in any propor
tion he msy wish.
For the Empire.
The Church Bella of ibie City have coat a
conaiderable amount of money, and every
church I suppose would like lo have the largeal
oue, or the oue that could be heaid the fariheat.
Thia i .11 well enough, but if so, why do tbey
hang them up so high, th.l they loose their ef'
fecit If they were hung wilhiu three ol four
el of the ground they could ba heard three
roes as far at least. Now I think it wo"ld
rove more economical to buy a em. 11 bell and
ng it near the ground than to pay ao enorm
ou. pric. for one and Ihen hang it out of .igbl
nd hearing; aud further, they might take the
surplus of money and apply it to buildiug their
steeple higher, and ihen we could have mure
noise and higher steeple, for the eame money.
A. both seem mi essential In a civilised coun
try we should make our muney go ea far a. pua
i.In conclusion, we tru.t that our
neighbor will not attach any "peculiar aig-
ibuunce to oommumuetion. about Kepuu
loan candidate, which may appear in the
Journal nor yet to anything un tha utui
subject wmoh we may oopy Irom the tier
uiauiown inaepeuaeui journal.
ilow can we help it neighbor when you
refuse to publish all communications augi
ge.iing candidate, exoept such aa oentain
some of th name, reaolved upon in oauoua,
at tb Juurnal office
"AET TllEBB I Ol.D '1 KUtHNNY I1' Tb
Slubsidud oandidate fur Senator, who U o
oqulaitive in hi. communication totbeJouri
Dal ol Saturday, 1. altogether too friendly to
th able and effiuient Chairman of tb Dein
ooratio Central Committee," in consideration
uf tb faot that he wu on of the last men ti
rtjommend "a atriot adherence lo the Kno
3k.nrandenburg; be gone largely into
th pear trad. 11 ha two varietie. tb
-Sickle., and th rjugar pear. Tb tiickle
pear U on of tb vary beet y.ri.tie for
putting up fur winter use. Those who dei
sir to preetry thi excellent fruit ehould
gat it now.
'The Grand Lodge of Indiana willop.o
a lodge of th I. O. 8. M. on Wadneeday eve
ning next at Lafayette, on which occaaion
there will be a grand prooeesion at Vi
night About 150 will go up from Indiana)
ol. Th brethren her will notic and gov.
rn theinsolve accordingly.
TbePaiueavillo (O J-luWtiaer ssys Mr. Isas
Cufllu i. now at work raiaing valuable, tha
went down on ibe Propeller Luiftf uVs Lskr,
which blew up laat spring at F.irpt rt. Tb
wreck liae near lb pier, and Mr. O. ie now
raising lb cngin. lie got out th safe laat
week, aod fuond the paper money all light.
I J" Jacob Welsh, Jamea McBeih and Hugh
McAfee are now on trial at Springfield, Ohio,
for the murd-w of Jamee Pearson, Welah ii
charged aa principal, and McDelb aud McAfr
aa .cceaaorios lo the parpelration oflbf cnuu
The evidence 1. square agaioat Welch.
A Hsavi haoosn 1 ha recuid of tha caae
Mre. Myra Clark Gainee, about to be carried
to th United Slate Supreme Court at Waah
iagtoo, haa lawn mad up at New Orlssns, and
Cover. 9,121 pagaa of ni.nuecripL
Moat kind, of flour can be bought in New
1 'ork aaw $ per barrel caeepef lhaa oa lit
The Clay Family.
An old letter, writton In 1818, by the lata
Hay. Porter Clay then preaching at Alton,
111. givee the following facta in regard to
tha origin of tha Clay family :
Your wiahea to know something about the
history of our family oould not ba gratified
within tha limit, of a letter. The following
ouncise aommnta must .iiffioe. In the reign
of Queen Kliaabelh, .Sir Walter Kaleigh
brought over to tha Virginia plantations,
among other., three brothers, eona of fir
John Clay, of Walea, Knglaod. tie gavo
them 10,000 each, which wa. a very large
fortune at that time. Their nttmea were
Charlea, 'i hoinae and Henry. They eettled
on Jamea Kiver, near Jamestown. Two of
them, Charlea and Thomas, had I urge fami
liea. Henry bad no ohildren The nan
ilanry ba been handed down in both
branches of the family with great tenacity
ever elnoe. Caaaim M. CUy I a d, acend
ant of Charles I, lay ; Henry and myaolf
from Tnuma Clay, '1 bus the two brotlu re
alluded to ar the progenitor i of tba Clay
in tha United rJtatea.
My lather, aa yon hay heard, waa a
clergyman of the linptut denomination
Ha died in early lile, leaving .even chil
dren lour aoua and three daughters; all of
whom died without children, with the ex
ception of Henry and niyaeif. My mother
waa married the souond nine, and raised a
family of aiz children, two of whom are
still living Nathaniel W. Waikine and
Frank Watkina, residing in Missouri. My
brother Henry baa bad eleven ohildren
aix daughter, and live aona I he daughters
are all dead, and one eon, II Ciay. Jr , who
waa killed at the battle ol licuna Vi.ta hie
wife having previou.ly died, leaving three
ontldren, who ar with their mother a oon
neotiona at L juisvtlle. Three f my broth
er' .ooa are eettled near him, in the neigh
bood of Lexington. Two of the.e, Thomu.
and Jamee K. wlay, are married and doing
well on a lawyer, the other a farmer
John, the youngest, whom you eaw at Wash,
ingtun, ia with bis father at Ashland. T he
od-re, hie eldest eon, ia in the Lunatio Aayi
luin In Lexington, a confirmed lunatio.
Oaioia or Csiolinr This was originally
the name of a Parisian mois'f one Madame
Crinoline, who kept a ti of drea-.uiakina
room, in tha Rue de la Psix It eveuiusllv
came into use, to denote the article most in
repute at her eetahlihmnt She it waa who,
by the inventiou of horae hatr woven into a
eurt of cloth, and manufactued into petticoats,
ruabled the fair sex to diapence with thai
clumsy abomination which alwaya placed them
if not in a headlong hurry, certainly in u
bu$ttt. The nsme of the petticoat waa iriveii
from lhat of the inventor, a. haa fiequenlly
bappeued; the crinoline, the petticoat, w.'
deiired from Crinoline, Ihe dreea-maker.
IT' Mr. Mure, Ex-British Consul at New Orv
leane, recently obtained a divorce from his wile
for adultery with tha lion. George Augustus
Hsmiltoo Chichester. The crime we. com
mitted in London while Mr. Mure wa. in New
CONCEKT nf Vocal and Instrumental
Musle will be g'vea at
n Tuesday Eve., Ihe tt6ihlimt9
Mrs. Charlotte Varian-James,
The eelebreted Atnerloan Prima Donne, formerly a
rfMiuaoi 01 vywm.
Mra. Jamee will baislited b Mr.W. H Cooke of
New Vork, the well-kn- wn Amert an Tenor, and by
frof. Nolle and r.aren uf Hilarity.
A ricn anu variea prugrMrrJiue 01 aoioe ana iJueta
111 be preaenttsd on ll oeotilon.
Uoora oirM at bell vet aven. end Coneert will
oommauoe at aUAhTaa arrft-a kioht o'clock.
Tlokete ONK IlOl.liA R To be ohtalned
at the aiua.o atuiea i M!kra. boshner. ts-lia, aud
Croab .and at ihe Boukatorta ol a.eaara Panra,
and Willard Wheat on. J'JV-i-it
Walden & Marshall
HAVING formed a co partnership for the
tranaastlon of a general Hardware bualoess,
have purehaaeo ol David aienti his entire .loi-k 01
Hardware ao , and are now prcpnred to wait upon
their Irlenda and the publls at tha old atanu, rto.
'410 ruin atreet
A liberal patronage la respectfully soltrlted.
Jjrtt WAlIUN ai MARSHALL.
HAVE .old out and transferred to Walden
Marshsll my anltlre Intereat ta the Harowaia
bualness. 1 uae this weasioa 10 retum my thauka u
ly irlcnua anu tne puuuc lor ineir kind patiouag,
ud oonliueuca. I coiulal y iecuDiu,eiid aiv suotess
ors, Walusn a Marshall aa wurihy o the same. In all
reapeota. XiAVIU fcl.fc.NlZ.
jy'AO tuaiatte please vupy )
lumber and Steam Fitter,
No. 63 JltFEkinM STBBRT, ABuVR '1 Ulltl 9
umps, Baths, Water Closets and
Fixed nd Repaired, mnd en th ahorte$t notice,
ma meal remeonmbt 'emu.
ALSO A Urte quantity of Lift and Forse Puuipe,
Wutl and Clatara Putnpl of every da'aarlpttoa.whlcb
ara warranted not to freaxe up In winter Qiw
Ctwkaol all klnua,auk ae Waah-ten.i( uer, W.
tar aua aieaut Coo. a. lugeiner will, au imae ol
ptuailera' Braw worn
All ktuda ol iiatna utaae aia repairea.
tfMjTCub paid tor t.ead and Pewtar.
aiiw!. t TlUCIItlC,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE IN CLBOaa BUILDING,
la the rooai foraerly oocupled by Vllan(llha
Havlnr left theClerka Offlee. I will attend prompt'
ly to all bunuMi entruateu lo me
i a 1' 0 TUNll
jyaV-l WUa W er . "
MANirFACTUMF.H A DEALEH
"HATS" AND "CAPS!"
no. jBrrutoa tTsiiT,
Wat Sid, between Seeond and Third.
rf All order, will tie tbanafullt received sed
STKATBU from the Subecnbtr oo Hatur
day, July ttk, a aoHHULL MARK, rathar brown
ool or, mUed with wait bale, all Uie leat white up
Mf WlH jwiaaaer, wnilf apUl lO lb lUltlKM.
an J a w htie aput oa the Ut hind blpi bow-nevkraiut
l . vaara oiu.
A liberal reward will begivan tot aajr information
oy wuiea uie vwaar wut nr.
lyU-Akw Dajton, Uhlo,
OrC 1K)XE Lctuone, in prima order, juet
v O reoe ved.
Jrl P. r. 1. BHULL.
5 HACKS African rea Nuta just arrived.
jyJl D. r. B HUtl.
(Journal aod paiette aopy )
I WILL deliver tb U artiol. to any
part oi tksslly.st
U 1-2 Cta. Per Boahel.
Qualltr warraat4 superior to any Okie Coal
th I. aiaiket . .
Order, tail -t J. A- Hlntok's,nr. JenVrsoa aaa Maf
k t sis., ar st Swayate swtuatiil a.i w.ta prv,a.pt
atasaUaaa. t' M. sUL, Af a.
a. II. THOMAS
WISHES it distinctly understood lhat be
Is prepared at all times to do all kinds of
Carpenter and Job Work,
"My ihop la on It. Clir 'treat, 1 dorr in nth or
i niro it. jysi
Notice to Builders
SKALKD Prnpoenla will he received t the
ofTk-e of the Clerk of the Bonnl of Kducetlnn, a
the Coiiuo I Chfituher (where plant end neliicA-
tlont rtn lw ifrn) until the lit tiny of Antuvt next,
fur furnlHhlnR nielerteli hihI bulhfli en lu'flltlon to
the Nurtli-finit Hchool. Hnuif, The oik to be (lore
untlrr the illreflllnn of the Builrlttift Committee, who
rnorve the prlvllrrft of furitlahinf nil the Jotatene
OfMnry lor the hi.lic.lnjr, the cotit of the Mine to he
tlrtlurtml train the routr-ct price,
PnymrnU hi follow.: cne-hAlf the emnunt to
he pita hy the Wth dy of leeembe aext, the HU-
nuuruu or uritirninf IBIOI silll-. IfMKl
Any further liifortntlo ma he hmd try eelllQf oa
oiiiicf ut inr oucnmniff .
David a WAftFitAM,
. t in iri. ,
Journal aud Gatette oopy )
ON yesterday, a note made by O. IS. 8hop
partl, payahle to any order In slaty days, at a
hank In Alluuletown. Anaouii1 IM w.
THK Stunk holder in the Dayton and We.t
a ern Turnulka Road ara nottlled that the Hoard
ot Direct ra on the Sd day of Juh, declared a Divi
dend ol fifty (ao)oemaon the share payahle at the
et-et't 'a otrlce (In the Auditor'a office at JLaton) on
theS'st, 8!ld and ad of July, and at the banking nl
Hoa of V, Wlntera 4 eon, In leyton,on Weduesilay,
Graduate of the Xrhool or Vetrlnary Vedlclne and
auigery, noatoo, maaaachusatta.
ft Leases of Horses solentlflos ly Heated In the
stauiea t,i owueia or in me iniiiniary.
t'flliie at air John HhelUherger's t Ivery Stahle,
JcrtcrMin at., Just below Tairtl, Inflrinsry in th.
alley oppoe.te rant end of Market Houae. In the rear
of Mr Unce II. lie's Uvery Hlab e.
July la d.t w lis
ANT, UAL. V V,
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon,
eurea. and untlrlnv In
duatr In the treatment ot
Horeeeand Cat le, aa well
aa Hogs, In his two years
practli-e In Dayton, la fa
vorable known tnthepuh
IIo of Dayton and vicini
aoontlnuauoa of theli pa
trouaae it aou la.ieMABv. eorner 3d and Rt. Clair
atreeta. Oaytoa, U., where he may be lound at all
houra, liolh day and night. Jyl
HOUSE And Lnt, on Main street,
nra from the Court Houae. and mown ullir
Temperance Hnuae. The houae la well nlculMtMl
for a Hole or Boardlnj Houae. Lot 48 front, b;
For particular!, Inquire of
jl HKNRY KIHHINfSER.
CANF. Rmla, Mnea, Hooka, Hlnkert.eto., or theheal
quality lor fishermen, at the Grocery more ol
J K- (.kHHART,
JyU No Bi Jflfcrton atreet.
Choicest CheeBo of the Season, and
117" ILL be In weeklp reoelpt, during the Summer,
IT ot Brotvn'a eelehratetl Cherae.
HftVlnr knt Fvnnai'a LhMM. fityhlrh tm nnt nnn
In the niaiket.) he alHrma that Brown'a la lu
Hqual,11 not auperior to It. He tnvltea peraona to
oa 1 and try It, and If It li not a he el aim a, he will
not aak them to buy.
4. JL. ufllnAnr, A(fe t,
JyU Hi Jf Herion atreet.
ACCOUNTS and Voucheri 0!ed by Exeou
outora and Uuardlane. to this data, are all ron-
ttuuel for aettlrmnut uutll the aroonti Monuay 1
Auauflt, A. 1). lUW, and are aa fo Iowa, to wit:
Jamb Rhoad, Charira 9. Devfne,
George far rot t, John (.uber.
Ktliabeth Brenner, John leea,
A O Lladairy, barren t-atabrook,
(Jeoiae A,enhck Hamuei Fare,
h arlum hi utile, V llliam Koth,
PaUlult Caah, Charlea Morlti,
Peter Anthony'a hetra, Catharine Nordyke,
Aiiam Uietrahe'a heire Uk, Mwank.
utftjigv lavuvr nira,
ut. Hatiuirub'a heira,
Wm. Wallace a heira,
Wni. Parrott heira,
U.iy atoney,i hetra,
Frauk Lehuion minor
Wm. and Johu Hood,
J. li. BAQGOTT,
ATTACH ME NT.
Bernard H. Kramer and bla
Befor Jamea Turner,
kaq., J. P. ilaton
IDUtrv La.. Ohlu.
wile aUixabeth aumuier.
J. Conrad Hamann, Deft. J
ON tbe 2 1 u day ol Juue, A. D , 1859, said
Juatlee laaued an order of attae mant in th
above action, tor the aum of Flity dol ara, with ln
threat at eiKht ter cent, from December lo, lobl
4a ui eauaB ta aet for trial un Auauai lu. 1H6W. at t o'
clock, A. M. MALAAiUHk. ft hulk,
J - A ll'j e . for Pi a . n 1 1 d k .
JT. Li. llVjVOaltt
KKKi o, in uui.naotiuu with huaupply of
Woolen Manuiacturer'a artlelaa. iiin md
ull aaauitmei.t ol Indie Rubber belttna. I'BLiaintt
Packing Hoee, Ao. a oul.i eapaatalJY call iha atlau-
tiou oi Mil 'era, Manuiacturvra au Machiuiata to
lUyatockot Ualtlna, which la nft per cent eheatiwr
than any other kind ol Belting fur power and dura
ria alao oa hand Laelnr Leather. Belt Hooka.
Warpa, Machine Linli, heeda,efl.
Js DUiuau bi , UAYTON,
Notice to K. Fair Creditor.
I WILL pay a diftdend to oreditore ol Ed
a ward rair on thesvth of kept., iB68,at my office
a iimy un uwin( io iae crtxiiiore in pare not yet
aviua bled their eiaima, and the proepect which 1
ave ol a Ulna aome ol the rea. urouertv. In tlte
mean lime, 1 caunot atate the amount oi the diwi.
deiul. M. B. WALkk-R.
Notice to the Creclltom of L II.
1WILL pay a dividend to the creditor!
of K. H. tatMtrn on the eoth dai oi Auauat. lbel.
at m- office in the city ol tayton.
Owing to the tact lhat the oreditore have not near
al prMuiel their claiue, I eaunot aay wl at the
Ulvu.euawl.lba, hi. B. WaLKKH,
BT. TICT0RL. C0KBA0 Frisldsnt.
Hev. . W. CO a at AO Vtee President
Miss E. V. BaMtCHIU, Presiding Prinop'L
TEACHEE8 Mra. H O Csad, Mia.
M. II. WlfHUUNX, JUISS AVaTHBR CuN RAD, Mre
U K. Uirok, Mia M. M I'aynr. Miea M 1.
Outon, Mia Cuaxa fcoULa, Her. HkkVAx
UORUUAED, UUD. J. UAkTUoLXSlT.
The Fall Session
Of thia well-known seminar
nown fleintn.ry for Younx Ladle.
oaTHl HSUAV th. Drat of sVpteni-
ber aaat. It al
tutioaor tbeliuneatarada tn tba land. Th- a..i.
ly l. complete In all Ita ...partmeule of Uteratute.
cleul'e and Art Tba uuim oi i... .,..,,
ce. every thin, that aaa be judiciously Incluueo lu
the thoroueb, practical aad acoupllAUd education
a yuuli. ldy
for l ata im and iamiMoll ,,, , tfac
Stop and Think.
W are prepared to furnish.
el all kinds oa the ahorta.1 aoUaenad a akeap a.
the eaeaput, at our ateam ail.l u
W ; JO. Mr ol thiNblit,LRAN5 la0,.
'" llaytoa, sMl, which w. will
" 'S J?, to "' putcnra, froaa aaras up to
low aud unf ood leru...
,..,, ItlNtj, BRO. M CO.
aarun sn aala vary low
tJilr, li"u "AW "' "fpahleol suiting
SHi. "'luma" fr ay, o th. e.ual. 4 mil.'
Llotl - ? '- .laesorh.adfo, lu.
wsys4otilMlla Ihoslaw. raaj
" inrr arijx 'Ll"u
-Fruit, Truit, Fruit! '
TC3T rsOelyed at my establishment, 'Al
street,, doors weat of ;eftPnn,
10,000 Friitt nits 1
Of tlvsrrmnt Ware, rleetnenir tha best ean for fnt
tin up l,ul, ia the world. 1hraaiis will he ni
piled wilh an
Whlfh Is ths most eomt.lele Invention of th" Vlnrt
known, snd will exclude everr partKila of Mr
1 h. aa sans win d sola lower than auou oanscso he
Persons lelrlns lo nut on fruit warrntil t
shot) in eal at once. i R totfcI, rf
ad t., doors west of Juici-o
- . . v'
scuooi.t v'aHt i iiiij, tt Tonn
AINI It l; llkk!
8IM8' AB0TI0 RtFRijERATOKS t
At A. W. RICE CO.', Mit(, DultilU'g. I
HOQOKT WATKli (!(H), His '
PLAIN WATER UlOI.KItM, '
Both Zlnoati.l Pnrrelaln.wllh am' without Flllora.
, miston until. Inff.
Mae.ei'e Flwo Mi run CrasmMettuv
At A. W RK.K tO 'H, Miit..n llu.l.lliie.
flUslsTC Itlllll 'I ulll.
Ilipniid apnK,. ,t, i nba.
At A. W. Hlt k tl).', limine IfuiKtlna;.
Toilet Betta, Plain an Fncy,
At A. w. ItU K a (;., Huston BulMlnf. ,
Ludlow's Solf-elirif Cant nud ,li.rs.
Heqiilrlni; no waa, anlderlni or eement. Thrv seal
etslly and opea eaall,. hvery one warrant, d i r.
rest., tl.nt Also aersw Top Cana, Waa tana.anil
all klbna of Cans,
At A. W. it ICE CO.'., Huston nmldlng,
Ot.D IJUM1NION ( Ohr'l-E I'oTS, . i
end QtlKPKK HOASTEHS '
At A. W. RIUK I CO 'ft, Hutnn Building-'
A (eneralassortntent of Tin, Jap. a It Pre.ed Wre1,
At A. W. HICK A Cll.'s, H u.l. ii, IHiIIUiub.
Whltewasli ftru.hr., shoe nmstt.s. Hemh nru.h'ea,
t omb Blushes, i tut Htu.ties, Tea Dusters, jual rt
oalvedfrutn the .t. at "
A. w. inch a CO ', Huston Kullolns;
Stove and Bouaa rutniahing Goods, s
At A W. KICK A CO '."J.,
J"4 Huston ilnlll!n.
iao M AIN STHI i:t,
BETWEH.V MARKET AND FOURTH:
W. S. ROBiNSON,
(succxesoa to iinuDARu robinsou,) "
18 NOW REC'EI Vl.(l AT THIS WKI.L-
t known .tsnd lllS Ft It. HTH nin-h..e In. fhl.
season, from New Vnra, Plil ailcli!ila, Ualtimore nnd
Clnelnnatl. a .enrral aa.orlBient t,l lo.I. usually
aepi in a nrsi-cia.s nrua store.
Amona the assortment dim 1m, fannd ..nnim r ...
bin's French Kxttacts lor the iaulis. K. I-uiut'a
.. '"..". at," Hisln's Frlutliana, t.ln.i,'.,
Perlumervi raurv annti. ot m. i,.
such a- Haxln's, (;ienn's, H.tile'st Honey, t.ljcerliie,
Kranslivtiia and t amptmrati'il oi..; fmn i e, ra
.Ivaantl Genuine oltl lirown Wlnusoreuap, 4c, f
A full line of onn. t ,,,., i... ,. i.i .....
for medicinal aud meuh nirai puio.ea, Tunitr'a
t;inee W lue, aud lllackherrv Itinuoi: .unerw.r i a.
tawltaWlne. " "
HL'KNI NO Fl.riO
Rxtra oualltv. aullable for l.t..,,t a.i rnm,nn
llll.s I'AIV'I'J ik-nriuviii
Of every pusalble lilnil, rot rnnil qiiHllty. '
I Uli IT . A S.
In areat vartetv. boiisht illrentli ti.un th. KtUn,ir..
tuiera, 'orcA.li, and ,-an ami mil, then hue, I e njlil
aa ehcap aa any houae In this i-try.
m l." 1 1 I A v L- -J 11,111 . Ol. m.,-i,. ..
II V I. A, A i 1 111 J 1 IV It
Por which tarn sole agent lor thi. olty and eottnty.
Ucolaraauppllt'd at the Manufarlnrri i.rlues.
1 Al hiM AlElUCl.NK.s
Of every kind now In use.
1 1 A I K 1 1 ,S A Nil POM AUKS.
Of a thuu.and different vnrlrttas. -
WI1A1.K Oil, HAl.
For th-certain destruction of Insects on Plants and
ar Itut Exterminator, Lyon's Jlnjr
nsect I'owtlot; lied Hug Esteriniimtur,
a sure thlug
WhltrWHth. Fhoe, ficrub, Tust-
in, l-riiet, w Indow, Paint, VatnUh, Arti.t'a etc
, without number.
W11ITK l.liAl) AND I.1XSEF.I) Oil..
Of the very lieat qualti, alwaya on html; dlas. and
run j , rmm Auipsauu LJIOipH Ick.
In rndleas variety, and of best oualirv. A tare lnt
of Varnish houafit recently at forced sale In New
rora, wntcn I can sell lo dealers al ea- than I in-
Rohlnsnn'. Hftlr Tontc. t o oane Cninrh Vlwt- ni
arrhiea i;onlial, Horae l.lt imenl, Mor-e Poadcr,
Sluuu'. Condition I'owOer, llounliti,n'
I'hvslctanB'nresrrlptlonscarrfullr anil acetiratnlv
compounded, ut thu beat medicines none other
shall lie used.
Tomv friends and the nubile senetaltv I wnnlil ra.
turn my mosl .ratrful thanks lor ihe liberal paiion
a.e exiendeil to the lale nrn ol II. to It., aud wuu d
kindly aollclt Its cunllnuanee. aa al.o an rinmlna
lion ot niy etocfc i.y tl.o.e who hitve not tieieto
fore patronized the house.
1 am permanently .ocateil here, .tnd aspect tomaka
friend, and oii.touier. by nttr ilealihR.
t-uiinren arm io niv Slore lor n II) I ll ma; III be
wsited up n snd the same price charged as If their
parenta cams themselves
JI M KKl ElVF n.
A l-rae assortment of Fruit Jara of thalate.t .tvle..
and sealing U aa.
HIH1M AM) CAOES.
Bird Heed. and. In ahort. ever, thin hainn.,..
strictly to my busiutss.
jy" . Ronnaow.
Man and Woman
"Tv m "a- -r v -l
FOLLOW I JN G!
in;, i iiamim-im iv
WOULD iay to the diHed (lf body it
luiitU. tntii hla atav ia lijkt,iim i itmiii
henoe the fieoarlt) ol maaliur luttuetllaie ttilit-a-tton,
ll you wlah to be be I. .1 ot -ur mtii.iii.-
lleaolloite uo patienta eavapi Ibttae givm uiiei y
whereelie aa Incurable '11, i.mh h.i.i
aalt, duea he real oure auch caaea.orare h.a ataie-
nteuia iaiM-r naa lit- curru auj auch uatra in Lay
ton or are hla curea ail on paper auil alar wn 1 In
reply, ha would aay, be hna .urtu, not la cunj
every Uay, Jut auth eakt-a. lie haa ieati to
neaitn per hob a in Utyton, wbo Late Rrri '
Irom varioua UlaMaea, lite, ten and flliu .
and upwarua. In a lew dftji. lie hna cine anu la
euilug a alaaeof die. aaea, that have bHU-u the k 111
ol the men teal piuleatlou In all aaol tin u trio
Tha reader might here tuitilre.by what n.tni,,l,rh
thedelloate meuibraafa til vital . ivitt,. tlL .
. ... r luiuigui I'tit ui iiiiiatiiisT
ptiaiuve anu nt-Kaiive poleiiuea ol tbctnuil .-
Ai-aia, i muni ue aaaeu, nita uot t-li cli i it b tn
atupluyed aa a rvatcuial fttf. til lor eara. I uih in 1 u-
ruim auu ine tuuru Mui, with inu.liHlit luc
oeaal Aad. are not numU-ra now Uvhttt it. n. unr
very initial, wilh nobeiivr reautil Km u n, m.
true; and when we onutwier Intt ttcm.rrwit v ainl
recaleaneaduplae(l lu IU ai.licai ion lU nault
baa tteeu moie tura(ie ti au con id har Utu nu
tiolpaied. It haa been oonaiurr d aa briu iioia' in a
few oaera, onlj and utn.eritu even in ihtme Thcie
naa peen uu nxeti pnitoipit: lor appl) .iim Hie Agti.t,
and, therefore, no umdiriu rtault vouid bn. Leu
UUClpatiM IlUtOWtua to the lllrllilh r.litm i. .
la tin between eietlr.cit an., hr-ni!,, rt'!L&i. at.it
eurea have U-en iMfrlorm), which have U-cu Un k4
upon aa a luclt- hit, rather than the reautt oi a Uw- d
law. The linoraitcetll pU)rdm theatluunu la.iwft
of thia miifttly Aicent, ia unpart.onalile
uf currftti w nu. rn a,iiiro ti r uih ihe hantla
or leat in auch power aa to couvuia the wl.oie bt-r-voua
lauacular ajaleui, and Iri tjueully i..Uutli k
Irreparable injut, aomrtimea ti it m (tliti bj u t-ttiju
of meialio coutiuotvra to iluti teni t.ritoi u. b. uy,
whlvh la ettutl to a piOi-a ol cauU rt.itlioo Uih
ere pla?e their patient In a ltoun,h ol wtrr, au l-y
toana ol the (alvanio better, eatrot their vitali
ty, and whrn ciulintird hr ai.j eouauif i-l.ie It n.th
of time, Ihe eftVct upon the urrvuu a kf-m it aitul
lai tothat produced b ovcr-4iua ot etucliuine or
lr- cnamberlln haa teen tbe effeot ofiucb trtytt
meut (or year, ft u.l ihe reault baa neurrill piovtd
liijurtoua tot .e pit tin. ta, i-ku ihk ftn.fi c) , tbat
ao peiaon ahou d aaauute lite rpuillt) ol a aiin
iateriiK o poMenul a ituied AiUiout umicitiliiLd
tni( It elttwta upon the hum An oiy;,ii.Uijii. v iy
thiui coouecto with bi. C rlv.liK-alLperaUoii
la new and onginai with bunat if lite Mito('hy
; for the eiectriual law a ol 111, health aim iilifHH , la
new- Ilia reliable methott, lor dtttauoaieui . t aetata
by etexrtrtoal coutraot, la uew, aa, To bl luifioiiKiit
diacotery In Ilia uae al the poeilUe aud i.ame
IMiarinr w iue uuuitu ikwi) ior i tie auieaito tay
rvuMa t a i uikm-i a I 1 UfW, Liti LUi It ieVi-
U me! tea I men, and alt o'hera envejpt the it-w who
have b?en luatrucled b- bun b) llu niotie id apt
pit Lag aieetrteity there ta no gut- work, no uuct r
11 uli, no matter oi ilwubl a-io the raault that will
The dlaeaaed are Invited to call aod wltnea the
Wonderlul cure be l daily t'rlo.mtiag.
unice, No- st&e Ibird itivvt
K. M. lr Cnow pMoa to give a earleaof lee
turee. and eoovereatloua, eap aluina; the electrical
law of lie, bealib anu dlara ; io, a tvl ekpocl
IUM of h laiortaai dieeotery In the appilvauou
nf a eeirictiy tor the cure oi ui!4eae.
Thoee deal ring to iu tbe elata should maka 'm
metllala adullgation al bia utUee. JVI1
9 400 3 Dd 2 hah-t!tark M,IU
tO ll'Vareteived tbwday a can aui ni, N.n -
a cq auppi) w.ij -
J Hitler, ib any uoanttty, aT jW Mu
at the uheap ft-h ai.ne ol
John, v an noiticN ro.,
ha- M, Wei. am 4U au ta.
GOUKY'.'i Udy'i Book, for Mr,ju,tt.
fis a r.atucaa,,