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REMEMBER WHAT YCU READ.
NEW STOCK! 1
NEW TRICES II
, , GOOD WORK ! 1 1
No. 11G, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
Til ANKKUL for the very liberal patronage
A heretofore extended lo him, would again 011
..nnn. 01 me public to his new and complete
Rmplnjrlnf none but ,e best of workmen. I ai
confident thst I tU,. ,h. '
BEST FITTING AND BE9T MADE
mIIISI? "h?" !? ,n I will guarantee
eatlalactlnn lo all cases. '
J" Give me a Trial I j-e
N W. WILnOW,
111 Main street, t door, south of th Market,
Ki' seeps superior ertloleof FRKNCH
Hot Woath or.
BIMS' ARCTIC REFEIGEEATOES 1
" nir. lu.-s, Huston Building.
I'.OyUKT WATER COOI.KR8,
PLAIN WATKK COOLERS,
Both Zlne and Pom-Iain, with and without PI Iten.
At A. W. RICE k CO.'H, Hu.ton Building.
Mmmi'i Five Minute Cream Freoaers,
At A. w. KICK cii.'h, Huston eraiiaiug.
I'lunun Kit Hi 1 ii Mi,
llipimrl Niinv Kfith Tnbs,
At A. W. HICK A CO.', Hu.ton Building.
Toilet Betta, Plain an- Fancy.
At A. w. hick a oo.s, Huaton Bulldlnf.
Ludlow's Holf-sealing. tune Bod Jars.
Requiring no wax, soldering or cement. They aeal
easily and 0(1011 easily. Kvery one warranted iier
feotly tight. Alio hctew Tup l ane, Wax Cane.and
all kind, of (.'aits,
At a. v. hick a co.'g, Huaton Building
OLD DOMINION COIKKE POTS,
and OOKh'KK KOAHTEK8,
At A. W. RICK CO.'H, Hilton Building.
A general assnrtiitent of Tin, Japan A Presed Wait),
At A. W. HICK A CO.'S, Hualon Building.
Whitewash Brushes, shoe Brushes, Hcrub Bruahea,
Comb brushes, Uu.t Hrmtira, Tea misters, ju.t re
ceived from the Knit, at
A. W. HICK Jl CII.'S, Hualon Building.
Stoves nnd Honao Furnishing Oooda,
At A. W. RICK & CO.'S.,
Jy' Huaton Bulldlnf.
Fruit, Fruit, Fruit!
JUST received nt my establishment, 2d
atreel, door, west of Jerlbrson,
10,000 Fruit Canst
Of Liverpool Ware, decidedly the ho.t ean for put
ting up fruit in the world. Theee tan. will he aup-
1 the moat complete Invention of the kind
known, nnd will exclude every particle of air.
These can. will he fold lowerthan good canacan be
IVrsonadi'MI-lDif lo nut 1111 fruit warranted In lrM.n.
ahould call nt onte. J. K. IlllYKH,
J.i l-lwd 2,1 it. ,2 doorawcat ol JetrerKin.
A KINK stnro room on Market street, very
eulfntdo for a (inmcry or KatlnK Houm, helne
that pnrtni Hip rom now oooupled by K. A. i T. .
Mote, tlwit Iriint. on Market atroet. may be either
SO or HO feet deep.
Also, a large room on the lecond floor, SSxIO feet,
.iiitalileftirnn oltlce. Kntrauce on Third atreet.
Knijulro of k. A. A T. T. More, or
CHAH. E. CLARKE,
J) l Real Katata Agent, ad Ht,
TWO HANDSOME and highly improtod
farm., lying atiotit 4 mile north of the city, 75
aorca each. C1TV l'HUFKHTf will be taken In
part payment. ALIO,
1M0 aorea in Hanoock County, not far from the
county neat, anil three fourthe of a mile from a rail
road atatlon. 100 aurea improved, balance excellent
timber. Very line land, and will be aold at a bar
itfo aorei one mile north weat of Union City, well
Improved! a oreek running through the centre,
never failing water, large barn, good bearing or
chard, aprinua, &o.
94 acre. In Darke county, part good tlmberi good
hind, a No. 1 barn, painted, good houaa. $1,000
down, balance ou lung time.
A numtier or other farnia varlnu.ly located and all
very cheap, together with a large amouat of dealra
ble olty property of every deacrlptton.
Jyll OH AS. E. I LARKS, ad 8t,
J HAVE now on hand an extensive lot of
FINE GOODS FOB sTJMHEB WEAR,
which 1 propoae to aell at
PBICES GKKATLY REDUCED
for the next two month. KOH THK CASH.
Those wmithiK ulotliliig rendjr luaile. or madfl to
onliT, will ltnl ltgrfHtly to their advantage to call.
Hmcnil)Or the place t'henp Stoie, Huuth-Weit
oomur Third nnd Jeilersoa itn
T. M. I.KWIH.
P. 8. I hftve hlao a second hand fir proof Huts for
le very oheitp. Jyl'i'iiud
Stoves and Hollow-Ware.
Mtit tt ion I'oumfcrf,
NEFF, BKNNET & CO., Proprietors.
Mtorc-rooitta 'HO Third at.
A OBNBRAL ASSORTMENT
Cook and Heating Stoves,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING THE
following Cook stovea, and are prepared to fill
"C LI N TO N A I ll-T IU II T," Elevated Oveoj
KING OK tSTOVKB," Elevated Oven.
Tin Pinto Stoves, Sik nnd Seven Pinto Heat
ing Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Ae., Ao.
OAST TEA KETTLES,
' A VBRV BIJI'KUIOR AKTiei.B.
Our DANG-UP AIR-TIGHT COOK BTOVR hns
no iuporlur it oootiiiu? to t nrt favorite
We ooulrt hll volume with toattniouliiU, U It were
Wo are Agent for the iftle of the
Thle Haner baabeon rroti.D up within a fcw uioitthe
pair, aou na. many ailvantagee over ine oia nangee,
lo you waul a euuerior Haugcl Call andexaiuliM
no Third afreet, riavion, Ohio.
Jyl-lmdSmw NHKK, BKNNKT A CO.
Toots .V llachinerfj
FOR SALE AT
On Monday, August lt, 1W.
1Y virtue of a chattel mortiinpe, and a
XJ iower to .ell, mane i ine uudemtKiieil by Hufua
liullou, iney will uwrw puuue auuiiuu, ..
nie)nly, Augual 1, 1HSO,
At S o'olock, A. M.,ln and about the Manufactory of
Aarloultilral liiinleineBte ol H. button, in llavtc
Olao. theiolluwlna deacrltied Majiulaatiirera'TiKilai
Implumuulaanil Mauliluery all In Una order. via l
uiu large lame, one pair 01 acatea, one plainer.
one blower oue lathe. (J. atitrrlaui, uiakerl one boll
cutter and ItxtnK, one B1'.. h-et engine lathe, one
puni'h, one plainer Ho.aell a Co., uiakere,) one 14
Vet cngtue lathe, onee feet lathe, two 41 engine
latliea, one 17 leet plainer, two upright drllla, oua
H4 luon auti one la men cnurx, one key attai auiier,
one iMiwer ui in, oua a irei enxina latue. one acrew
euttlng uiaulilua, one hand lathe, and oue lathe.
(aeilera a liana, niaaera.i one l u reet uglne lame,
one S feet engine lathe, one X4 Inch VVoonworth
nlaiuer. one 111 Inrh hand lathe, oue 10 Inch acrull
chuck, pai la ol M Inch awlag lathe, overhead pul-
leva, ahattlna and belle, una SI'ATIONAHV KN
(Ink. - Inch bore. S'a leet atroke. of the lateat
Inipruvemeuti one Ik iuuh acrew chuck and two bolt
. Theee toola and machinery are awatly new and
now in operauuu.
tkhmA or H a I.K. All purchaaera undar art
dullara will be required to pay eaani thvae atiove
nity will be reuuiied to give outee at so days tram
alaie Ol aaie Wlia guwe peiaunai awiinr.
UaHNKS A BROWN,
JyUlwM TUoktAI ifUvVK.
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JULY 27, 1860,
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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION:
lispirt IiilJiig, tbir. sCBsstk i!le let, Itii I Jefferwi
Br Mat IIS. eov yeaelnaavanee.
10 a.ala pr Week, payable t the eaerter.
Tbs Oinolnnati Type Foundry Company la
our duly authorised Agent ta make contracts
and receipt for Adreilieemenls snbseriptions,
4c., in thsteity.
To Boaiaaaaiiaa. The Empire Job Rooms
are in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions to the beat style
onus an. uau in ana examine our work and
learn our pricea.
ir io ADTsnTtssns. Advertisements or
Notices for the Kmpire must be handed into
the office by lea e'eiee on the day they are de
sired to be publishedeel later. We cannot
agreetoinsert them after thathour.
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Those who desire to have advertisements
inserted in the Wctkly Kmpirt should hand
them in by Saturday morning, at the lateat,
t90ur advertishiK patrona will perceivo
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always nrto a
very important mattertotnem,
aCTSee 4th pegs for Telegraph Reports.
SuSee nottoe of Poeket Hook Iot, in
Attbktior LmnT Ouaao. You are hereby
notified to attend a special meeting to be held
at the Armory on Wednesday eveaiog, for the
trseaaclioo of business, cf great importance.
JOHN A. DICKEY, 1st Sergt.
BaaaaT Msktmu, The Basket meeting in
Miami City, will commence on Saturday nixt.
at 9 o'clock, and oontlnue over the Sabbath-
It will be held in thst beautiful grove, belong
ingtn &lr King, Immediately south of tUe toll-
gair, oi the Eaton turnpike. All christians, Of
an 't'P tuiuations, and eve-y body else, are
invii. d to attend. The services, on Sabbath
morning, will commence at 10 o'clock, and con'
tlnue until half past IU when there will be a
reeeaa of sn hour and a half, for the purpose of
partaking of dinner ; after which the afternoon
services will commence.
By order ef the committee.
The Concbrt Last JViuht. The first ap
pearance of Mrs, Varian James in Ameri
ca was greeted at Huston's Hall last eve
ning, by a highly appreciative audietioe.
She possesses a voice of wonderful volume
and of the finest lone ; her execution is
perfeot and her manners in the highest de
gree graoeful and cultivated. Her repata.
iion as a superior singer may be oonsitlered
established in Dayton, and we have no doubt
but that she will be reoeived by the people
of other plaoea with the same enthusiasm
she met with last night in this oity. Her
pieces were brilliantly executed and were
received with rapturous applause. Mr.
Cooke, of New York, the tenor, is rilao a
fine singer, and his effort waa a deoidel suo.
ores, The performance of Prof. Pearson
was, as usual, in the very best style. His
solo, in whioh be was aooompanied upo n the
piano by bis daughter waa very fine indeed.
Taken all together the ooneert waa a com
The people of Dayton may well foel
proud of their protege, Mrs. James. She
formerly resided among us, but baa spent
the last few ysars in Italy, in the cultiva
tion of ber voioe. She now returns, and we
are assured, by ber first effort, that sh. will
give satisfaction to any audienoe in the
oonntry. Her warmest friends were satton
ished at the surprising riohness of Uor
voice, and at the delioioy of sentiment and
fine taste she exhibited, and feel eonlldent
that she is entering upon a brilliant oa-
CrOur abolition neighbor of the Springfield
News snd Journal, paid us a friendly visit
yeaterdsy evening. He reports business in a
flourishing condition in the little Village of
tTVVe are naked every day : "Are the Marsh
Troupe coming to Dayton f" We do not know-
Ws lesrned by privste source about three weeks
ago that lbs "Msrahes" would viait this place
when through with their engagement at Wood's
Tbalre, Cincinnati. The Enquirer of laat
Sunday a week said: "The engagement of thr
Marsh Troupe ended at Woods Theatre laet
ight. They go from here to Dayton, where we
bespeak for them a fsvorsbls reception." Thi.
morning we read the following in the Indiana
polis Journal, which probably explains why
they ate not here : The Marsh troupe twenty-
our lo number are now sojournia gat Knights
XT K Temperance meeting is called for to
morrow evening at the 3d at. Preabyterisu Obnch
The Oaaette informed us thst the meeting on
last Thursday "waa alimly attended." There
will be room for improvement, then, on to mor
row night. Ie It posaibls that there is no
enouuh ii ferret felt in the tempersnee reform
in thi" i , n it, unity, which is largely religions,
to 1 1 . i,t,t a tolerably fair audience to
ten i .e meeting T Or, do these people
think the reform snneresssry t Caa they be
induced lo give the reform a respectable im
petus T .
Killed bt tub Cars. On Wednesday
night about eleven o'olook, the fast line go
ing west from Philadelphia, on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, wben passing one uf the
mountain stations, ran over and killed a dro
yer, who was on the train going east The
name of the deceased was Henderson; be
was on bis war from his borne in Indiana
with a drove. It ia suppossd that he waa
caught in the darkness between the two
trains, and not being able to make his eaoaps
be was knocked down and killed.
g4o?Mohn Kerr, gentleman living tn All
legheny City; opposite Pittsburg, was stab
bed while in bed on Saturday morning, be
tween one and two o'clock, by some one who
entered the room through a front window
using a ladder to roach it, as it is on ths
second story. The aot is supposed to have
been done by a boy of eighteen, who had
been in the House of Refuge, and whoia Mr.
Kerr bad, a few days before, threatened
base aent hack.
Mr. Kerr's wound, though serious, ie not
regarded as dangerous.
The Washington pspsrs advertise
bull frog hams for sale.
ek.lt is said 0,0(k?,000 of jihe people of
FrasMO teal ste bread. '
American National Convention.
At 10 o'clock yeaterday the delegates met lo
oosvention in Smith A Nixon's Hall, In Oinein
nati. After a preliminary organisation, ths
Convention took a recess uatil 8 o'clock, p. sa
Immediately sfter ths Convention was called
to order in ths afternoon, Mrs. Jaa. r Tor.
rence.from the Committee on Permanent Organ'
isatioo made the following report which wss
President Gilbert Kennedy, ef Montgomery.
Vice President J o.cph N. Snyder, of Kich-
land : Daniel Hillhonae, of Rosa: Uhatfield
Walker, of Butler; Joaeph Adams, of Clermont;
A, K.Ulcnn.or franklin.
Becrelaries George BUrkhoiiae. of Hamilton
snd J. T. Charleaworth. of Belmont.
Upon being introduced lo the Convention.
Mr. Kennedy ulTered his thsnks for ths hoior
wnion nsd been conferred unoa him. and said
that, although in point of numbers ths Oonven'
lion wss email, be did not doubt that it repre.
sented the political opinion of a majority of ths
people of the State. He ssid further, thst hs
slwaya had been, was yet, and expected to re
main, a Whig, and, therefore, had no feeling in
common with either of the other parties. His
remarks were short snd pithy, and were re
oeivsd with many mark a of approbation.
A resolution was adopted after soms debate,
by a vote of 64 yesa, to 63 nsys, at follows :
"That under nil ths cireumalsnces which
surround us, we deem It inexpedient to nomin
ate a State ticket for the ensuing election,"
The vote sgsinat this resolution waa princi
pally from the country, while the vote in favor
was caat by the city office seekers, who hope
to be elected to office by the Republicans of
Hamilton county, who are under a pledge to
carry out ths bargain and sals contract.
After sn exciting seaaion ths Convention ad
journed without adopting any definite course
tTOur Dayton Ossette friend, goes in fur
akinv the entire eitv of Davton one immanae
pars I lor planting Iron, nve lo ten uiotisand
native forvxt treea, in that place which he
oalla the hotteat in the United States. So that
it may reaemble the black forsat I Cin. Prut.
Shade ie very detirsble, and ws very much
regret the lark of interest evinced by our citi
zens in putting out trees slong the streets ; but
ws do not favor the plsn of our neighbor of
ths Oar.ftte, of a return to our "primeval Slate."
We believe the original forest would interfere
with our present State of civilisation snd enter
prise, snd would particularly annoy the ladies
vsry tnsny of whom never made their wsy
through "tangled wild wood," nnd would
rcaaonably object to such transition. Our
neighbor's antecedents doublleat liavs a hearing
upon his taetcs, and in this thing of shade has
got him completely in the brush. He will
thiuk better of it" when he eoola off.
That Kkward. There has been consid
erable inquiry in regard to bow and where
we got our information in regard to the ret
vard which had been offered for the arrest
of Williams, alias Pbeny, and reoovery of
the watoh be stole1 from Mr. Toland, in Cin
cinnati, on the 14th inst In the first place
we rend the papers that will do to start on.
It will be seen from the following whioh we
olip from the Cinoinnati Enquirer of Sun
day morning, where we got our warrant for
stating that a reward bad been offered for
the watoh and thief, The Enquirer's state
ment is not ezaotly oorreot as to unimport
ant details, yet as the reward is mentioned
positively, and not on "we learn," it is prob.
able that it will be worth "looking into :"
An Adroit Thief Abmstid. On the 14th
nst, some thief stole John T. Toland's watoh
and ohain, worth 9175, from the rear of bis
store. No. 38 Weat Fourth street, and so
adroitly was the robbery committed that be
bad no means ol detecting the scoundrel.
lie, therefore, applied to Uasen, of the In
dependent Polios, who immediately laid his
Dions to terret out tha thief, and waa an tar
successful that be rooeived a telegram, yest
terdsy, from Dayton, from Officer J no. Mo-
Cain, who informed Hasen that a person
named James Williams was under arrest
there, and bad the lost chronometer.
Hassn will leave the oity lor Dayton to
morrow, and bring Williams hither, having
obtained a warrant Irom Justice Hsnselinan.
Toland having offered a reward of 125 in ad
dition to the value of the watoh, Uasen will
make a good thing of his thief detecting iob.
Uasen is one of the most experienced and
ejirawuen. puuoeiueu in ine oiate.
-i ii i . i . ! .
CTOoe day laat week officer Blum of Oin
cin nasi left thsteity on the cars, with Chas. H
WilaM, charged with forgery, committed in
Rome.M.Y. When within fifty miles from
bit destination, ths fellow, by a rute practised
on ths officer, jumped from ths csrs, which were
going st a speed of forty miles sn hour. Two
days afterwards be wss found st Huron, on ths
lake shore, not much hurt by his lesp. He wss
tsken to Rome, where be plead guilty lo two
charges of forgery, and was bound ovsr In
$ 1,000 bail In each caae.
fkavA young French soldier writes to his
taother from Castigliono i "Dear mother, I
amy et living and'lively; but I am not com
plete. The aurgeon of the regi ment has out
off one of my legs, I have been used to hav.
ing the leg by me, and the parting waa oruel.
Do not weop, dear mother, but rejoioe, rathi
er, fur I will rejoin you now.notto leave you
again. I will alwaye be, now, part of your
little card party, thanks to the wooden leg.''
Thu Rkoimkntal Hard. In our notioe of
the Hutober's Pionio yeetorday we nniateni
tionally omitted to speak of the band by
which they were aooompanied. 7 he musio
was one of the finest features of the parade.
The band is principally composed of Ger
mans and disooursed splendid musio. All
who heard it, will testify to its f icollent
tTThecool mornings make s difference wilh
the movements of business men, ws notice.
Por ths psst three or four weeks, ths Stores in
'our part" of the city were opened before t
o'clock every morning; but this morning ws
noticed that many of them were closed at half
psst 6 A. M. The cool weather seems to have
an enervating effect upon some people I
g.7 For good aud chsap dry goods) bsls
caps, aud ready mads clothing, go to S. Schatf
fsr's, ou Main street, Noa. Uf aud 131. Bee
bis edverlieeiueut elsewhere.
Mr A little girl, aged about aeven yeara,
daughter of !i. A. Uarlinger, JUq., ol Ha
gerstowo, Mil, oue night last week arose
from ber bed while asleep, and wolkod out
of a window which had been let! oin in
her bedroom in the eeoond story of Mr. O.'s
dwelling. The Herald says :
ribs waa precipitated a distance of twenty
feet upon very hard ground below, and when
found by her parents, who were awakened
by the noiee of her fall, she was in a rscum
bent posture, reeling upon her hands and
fett. in a state of utter aaooneoimisnsss.
She waa taken up, and Dr. John C. Dorssy
sent lor. Alter several hours ol anedioal
treatment she revived, and, etrangeto relate,
she had esottpsd without breaking a bone,
or eoataiiiing any other injury, save a few
bruises and a severe shock of tbe nervous
PRAIRIE Du CHIEN, July 21st. '59.
Es. Eunaa i It is fortunate for you, ss well
sa your reader! thst ths not very gentle motion
of ths cars over a rough road would not allow
the writing of a legible hand, else, being gran,
ted ths pririlogs by you of writing entirely ad
libitum, I should hsvs recorded so msny Incl
dents snd Suggestions occurring on so plesaanl
a trip ss would hkve marred even your moat pro
verbis! patience, snd certainly that of your
readers. Ths idea of au excursion Into the
country snd escape from the oily wss too much
for even my accustomed gravity and I yielded
myself to all the enthusiasm of a boy at ths
coming of the Fourth of July. The excursion,
of which you may have heard, is nominally
nnder ths auspices of the Sons of Malts (but
really scarce a bsdgs or shred of an Insignis
esn be seen however perhaps this is a psrtof
their very mysterious proceedings, and not to
be comprehended by the uninitiated,) and ia
bound to St. Pauls end Minnehaha Falls. A
largo party from Cincinnati bound to the earns
place left Chicago yesterday, sad at prevent
excursions snd picnics from sll quarters and to
all parts seems to be the order of the dsy. I
wss glsd to see a few familiar faces from Day
ton, but felt no little aurpriaa that the represen
tation was so small. The whole number of
our psrly wss far leas Ihsn wss anticipated and
less than Was prepared fur, requiring but ons
trsln of 8cars,instesd of two. The day doubt
leas appeared lo some inauspicious, opening
cloudy and with promise of a storm, but this
to me, sfter experience of hest snd sunshins
never surpssred in severity sad continuance,
wss s source of no small comfort and gratula
lion. Before noon, however, the clouds broks
awsy snd Ihs sun 'shone out very pleasantly
while ths air continued cool.
After leaving ths prsiris which stretches buck
to Chicago, we passed through vsry a wild
and uneveu sectlou, which forbids the posslhila
ity of its being of sny vslue, which continued
until we resched the line of Illinois snd Wis
consin, when we came upon a beautiful rolling
prairie which is thickly settled snd well culti
vated and looked as fine as any country in Ihs
West. All slong the route tbe crops were look
ing very well indeed. Winter wheel was har
vested snd the moat of it stacked In the field.
Spring wheat is beginning to ripen, snd to fsr
ss I could judge promises well, while oats were
very thrifty and for the moat part headed and
apparently well filled. What little haying
is done here is iu progress snd in many cases
completed. Corn which suffered more in this
ssction, probably, than in any other, received
s generous impulse from the late warm weather
and hrarecorered ita wonted life snd vigor, snd
is in msny cases higher than ths fencs. An
unusual est ly and destructive froat see tus ths
only means of preventing sn abundant yield
snd frustrating Um hopes now so confidently
entertained in regard to tbs eorn.
As we progressed on oar journey even tbe
good spirits ut eur party ware net proof sgsinst
its monotony .except where they were perpetua
ted from a supply contained in a smsll sissd
vessel commouly known ss a bottle, snd ons
sfter soother subsided into a restless dosing un
til ws reached Janesvills where being granted
sn hour for refreshments the sleepers were
Jsneeville is a pretty romantic looking place
of several thousand inhabitants, is silusted on
Rock River, has several fine buildings, among
hioh a fine Court houss, hsviog sn elevated
light and beautiful exterior. Fasaiug on, ths
face of ths country is uneven and varied, but
ths soil continues good ss a luxuriant vegetation
abundantly asserts. There are soms places of
great beauty snd farms which cannot be ex
celled, snd the entire sspect of tha country sx
eept occasional swamps reminds one of the
better portions of the Kmpire State.
Oetting a view of the four Lakes closely nest
led here we soon reached Msdisoa which is lo'
estsd on ths bank of the tliifd Lake, very
much like Milwaukeeon Michigan. The State
Houae, finely ailuated on an eminence ia nearly
completed, and promises to bes very Hue build
ing. From this poiut the country aaauaued a
entirely different sppearauce, for as ws came
dowa into tils rslley of a smsll ttrestu we found
ourselves hemmed in by a aeries of knolls,
ridges, hesdlsuds snd conical pyramids now
almost cloaing together and now receding, pre
senting a very uuique and picturesque appear
ance. The aides of the mounds were cov.
ered with a short verdure, except Where a ruck
now snd thsn cropped out, aud a few bvie s
thick covering of foliage. All litis wss very
unlike snything 1 have seen iu the Weat and
wss almost convinced that we had very sud
denly and surprisingly been trsnafvrred to the
mouotainous regious of the Eaat. Of course
there is but very little beauty here except what
is furnished by nature as the net row limits of
ths valley supply very few inducements lo sg.
riculture until we approach the Wisconsin Riv,
er, when the Bluffs separated lo soms distauce
till presenting a very uuique snd uovel front.
The bolUims have here a very light soil almost
a pure aand and yet Ibey pay for their tillage,
The scenery at certain pointa here on litis clear
aud pleasant evening ia very beautiful. Iu fact
I uever saw a range of hills which could afford
a greater variety aud beauty of outline than
thoae which enclose this valley. Their attrac
tiveness it a hundred times enhanced from ths
fact that they are comparatively fresh and sew
not having been viewed for acorea of yeara by
multitudes of eyes. It must tag confvaaed that
one paya pretty dear for tbia pleasure in en
countenug tbs almost insufferable dust which
ths trsln rsiaes oa this field of sand. But
must lesvs you here, or rsiher you must silo
uislo Uks ths bust which wails to bear us up
JsarTha Nsw York papers are filled with
the details of a bloody tragedy which occur
red there on Saturday evening last. A oot
ton dealer from the South named U. I'.
MoDonald, shot dowa bis paramour, Vir
ginia Stewart, in the open etreel and Ibeu
attempted lo kill himself. She bad formerly
lived with him, butoonoeiving some dislike
to him had fled from Mobile lo Nsw York
They were together in Tsylor's saloon in
oompany with two other women, and wbsn
tney took their doparture McDonald insisted
that they should renew their former inter
course, and upon her refuea), drew a pistol
and shot her in the head rs sht was attemp
ting to make ber escape. He was immedii
alaly arrested, but be had made a desperate
attempt to lake his own life. Letters upon
hia person showsd that the aot waa prsi
I TA wan named James Field, s jeweler, snd
extensive dealer in bogus coin and counterfeit
Botes, was srieatsd la Rising Sun, Is., oa Krl
dsy laat, by sums of the Cincinnati detectives
Us was takes to lodlaaapolia to undergo au eg,
animation before ths United Stales Oominis.
siouer. It is a dead opea aad-ehut case.
ekeA maq behind tbe age should be fed
Trouble in Kansas.
The following aooount of the Republican
"Congressional interference'' In Kansaa will
not be entirely uninteresting here. Parrott,
It would teem, ia "slightly orisped " "not
popular with a portion of the party:"
Tbe contest in the Republican ranks For
Congressional honors Is bsooming animated
in the highest degree. Crimination and re,
crimination is now the order of the day
among the various negro-shrieking lenders
of Abolitionism. In one locality Parrott is
donounoed with the severest bitterness in
another Coneway and Lane are declared
"unavailable," The fight turns on Sambo's
oomplexion. The Parrottites ask a modsrate
shade with hair but slightly eriaped. The
opposing faetion demand the real ebony
the unadulterated, double -oavled, thick-lipped
Congo. All are for the Afrioao the
difference ooneista in tbe shade.
The Kenans Press says that the nomina
tion of the Conway, Lane, Hinton or Phil
lips' school of politics, would be a sure de
feat to the party. Dr. Danford's "locution ,"
the Press thinks, "would suit southern Kan
sas." That Ewlng, it thinks, "is the ablest
man in the Hupublioan party, but ha refuses
to be a candidate." Parrott, according to
the Press, "has many warm friends, but
whether be could be elected is another
question. Parrott t looation will lose him
many votes, besides ne is not popular wim
a portion of the party." The Press alto
names Stanton, Huberts, Root and Holladny
Thus wagos the war in the Republican
family. It promises to be lively. There are
doubtless many honest Republicans who
will say with the Press. "We confess we
oannot see" where a oandidate can be found
at the present time to carry the Territory on
a Hepublioan platform.
That Catholic Outrage.
The Detroit Tribune got up a terrible
story the other day, about a young lady,
the daughter of a wealthy gentleman, who
waa "orossed in love,1 and who "went and
done and got into" a nunnery, ths Superior
of whioh denied that she was there, sending
her, at the same time, secretly to a wicked
place in Toledo. The case is thus stated
by the Toledo Blado:
The young lady arrived at Toledo and
took boarding at the Catholio Asylum for
orphan ohildren there ie no convent, aa
stated, in that oity and while there, made
the acquaintance of several Protestant per
sons, whom she freelv visited. She eaid
she was engaged to be married in Montreal,
but her parents opposed the match because
her afhanned husband already had a wife
living, and, for this reason, she had thoughts
of becoming a nun. She frequently wrote
to her friends while in Toledo, and no at
tempt whatever was made to influence her
oonduot The Blade says:
Aside from the representations made to
the editor of the Detroit Tribune, the case
has vsry little of mystery or soecisl interest
about it It looks as if a petted und spoiled
ohild bad become crossed in some love af.
fair or otherwise, and had fanoied that the
seolusion of a convent would be most oon
gonial to bar feolings, and tbit when the
realities of that mode of lite pressed upon
her, sht rolented and again Bought her fath
er'i house. We will not undertake to ei
plain all tbe questions to whioh the two
statements of the case have given rise; but
so far as any foroe or restraint is concerned,
there is certainly no evidence of them, and
we take pleasure in discharging a aimple
duty to our Catholio friends by making the
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER,
TUESDAY EVENING, July 26, 1859.
Present Messrs. Decker, Shank , Phillips,
Kiertted, Oillilsnd, Bute, Boyle, Bimm, Luis,
Thomaa and Wiggim.
Minutes of ths Inst meeting were reed and
Tbos. Brown wss sllowsd to construct s
small culvert across Wsyns street for the pur
pose of draining hie lot.
A petition from certain property holders on
Pulaski street, preying to hsvs the north end
of ssid street graded snd graveled, aud ths
sidewalks embed and gisded. Refensd to
Trustees 5th Waid.
n retiiivu iiviu flaovare. ofcevi e w., on BD'
tion of Mr. Doyle, was referred to the commit.
tee on Grades.
Tbe committee to whom waa referred the tub-
ject of the appointment of a Chief Engineer of
the Fire Department, reported adversely, which
report was received snd lbs committee dis
charged. A report from the Oily Solicitor lo whom
waa referred the petition of certaio eitisens
preying that a ditch from Wanes street to the
Main street wire bridge be filled up, was re
ceived snd adopted. The report was sdvsrae
to the prsyer of the petition.
By Mr. Boyle, Thst ths Trustsos of tbe 41 h
Ward, are hereby authorised to psvs the
mouth of the alley on Prsiris strset south ol
Frsnklin, snd north of Washington streets.
ByMr.Boyle, That the committee on Mar
ket Houae be authorised la contract with soms
person to whilewsea the Market Houae at low
est bide. Adupted.
By Mr. Oillilsnd, That the Oily Solicitor is
hereby directed to exsmins ths books sud pa
pers of ths eily, and ascertain wben snd on
whsl conditions, tha bonds of ths Dayton snd
Western Railroad eonipauy were rxchsngsd for
slock, snd present lbs facts to tha Council next
By Mr. Thomaa, That Michael Srhemal be
notified by the Marshall, lo.day, to dig ssink
on his lot, to sink the waste water from bis Or
egon Brewery; work to be done in thirty days,
uuder lbs direction of the City Engineer.
Be Mr. Luis, That tbs Orsde Committee be
authorised lo establish the grade on Allen et,
from Fifth to McLean street.; also oa McLean
from McLean street to Xenia Aveoue. AdoP
By Mr. Boyle, Thst Ihs City Msrsksl be,
and It hereby authorised. In remove ths fasces
from ths old ditch, from Warren street to Ms in
st reel bridge. Adopted.
By Mr. Luis. Thst tbe treateee of theith
Ward are hereby suthoriaed to hsvs ths months
of McOlure, sad ihs mooihs et sllsys oa the
asms street psved. Adopted.
By Mr. Luis, Thst ths owners of lots Nos
SitU, 2541, SUM, 8065, 9U56, 8533, S634, 8533
on Henry street be notified U curb and gutter
ia front of these lota within twenty days; if the
work is not does tbs trustees of ths 6th Ward
be aulhorised to pul it uuder contract, snd
contractor lake property for pay. Adopted
The various bids for paviug the drain at
tbe fuut of the Uvea, from Bridge atreet lo Third
street, were referred to tbe Trustees of the 84
snd 3d Wards, to award said coatrscl te the
After passing vsrieus bills, Council ad
lourued to meet agaia next Tuesday eveatag,
notwithstanding ths stoiioa of Mr. Thomas u
adjourn till aest November.
b Vancouver' Island (old mine are awv
Ilaunister. ths Michigan nroiiant,will
make no ascension from Detroit this wsok,
the proceeds of the exhibition to be shared
with the daughter ol the late mronnnt Thurs
ton, who is represented as being in need of
tsxTThe Post Office at Cove Dnle, and
Soti'.h Pendleton,' Hamilton eotinty, ba.e
been discontinued; as have also thuso et
lluohanan and Pleasant View. Indians, nnd
Van ltursn. VVoodville and trailer s Hill.
aWDetroit, according to (he report of
the Hoard of water Commissioners, contains
a population of 7(,U(X), The assessed valus
of real estate is about $IO,UOO,IUO.
ON Tnosday afternoon, a Pocket Uook,
aontaiulng Sll or tt, with the name ol L.aplrl
man on the Inside. A liberal reward will be paid
m Hi. Mrum -hfl Mtiimi It Ia
Notice to Uildffe llii.ldern.
SKA LED rropnuftln will he reoeived nt tl e
oflloe of the Auditor of Monteomf rv count v. O..
tn Dayton, until Momlny tin UNthOny of Aitftimt, A.
II.. IHAft, for the erection of n elngie tree It ouverril
briitfre, (with two prone ebutmpuii unit one etnne
pier,) Aero.. Ntlllwnter River, near tTnitmuKh'- Mill,
Flan anil eieoittoAtlon enn he erea et the nfnre
ftld office, on anil after the tint lay of Auguit next.
IMNlhL H. UHYDKN,
HtAU ItUAanea sn Bsiu., Sn Uiv., o. V. St., j
Dayton, O., July 37, ISMi. t
Kpeelat Order, I The qualified electors belonging te
110 J I'Otiipauy S tliayton l.lgnt tlttaril)
First Keg't.. Third Brigade, fecund lllvl.ion O. V.
M., are notified to meet at their Arinnrv on Hatur-
dsy. the Uth of August, lit.'.", snd then aud there pro
ceed to elect one Captain, one First Lieutenant, one
Heeond Lieutenant, one Thl'd Lieutenant, ami one
Knslgn for ssid oompany, to till lacauclvs caused 19
vy command of Brig. Uen.C. I- Va 1-t.A NtttuM am.
II. A HAYNKt,
JyOT-tl Brigade Major.
(Journal copy.) .
Notice te Stockholder.
Orru-t orTiir Havtos k Wnrrraw R. R t.,1
U.vton, July inm, ibtn. I
NOTICK is hereby given that the An
nual Meettnr of the stockholders of this Cont-
inny, lur inr rirnnuo ui mrrciuri mm rniinauiiuii
of other business, will he held at the olllie of the
company in liayton.oo weitiiea.lay, ine 3lst day 111
August neat, oeiween menoureoi a anu eo uiucs,
J)2T-dwtt W. F. IIOfinKTT, See'y.
V & D. W. HCUAKKFKU havo Meitfnm.
V i to me all their iirnpertv ami crtfctsi for the hen-
tit of their creditor!. I'ernon riavtrr rlntrrB fittiirmt
them ere notilietlto iireaeut Iheiu ti the untie. a,trni
properly proven, within three munths from thin
late. TrturaAN BUiiAf.M'r.K, ahkimc.
July 9A, ISM. Stv
fC U11DS. Choice N. O. Sugar,
J 8 barrel! Levei-lite'! t'ruihert md
! has) clean Wo Coffee.
S harrtjl! beet N. O. Molntee!, ami
wuuiteu tuatier aruonii, reveivcu ami ior erne ny
tiiAKLr. rut i ,
Julyi rait fleeond it., 4 doon from Main.
Walden & Marshall "
HA VINO formed a no partnership fur the
treoeaetton ol a general Hardware business,
iuivumvu vbiiu Dirun ui. cuiirv .iu'a Ol
Hardware Ac, and are now prepared to wait upon
their friend, and the nubile at tha old stand, So.
Jto Filth street
A liberal patronage la respect fully sollcltrd.
JySS WAUIKN a, MARSHALL.
IUAVK aold out and transferred to Wulden
Marshall my enltlre Interest la the Hardware
business. I use this ocuasloo to return my tltauka to
my friends and the nubile lor their kind national,
and confuleuoe. loorillallyiecooimenil myeuoreas
ora, Walden A Marahallaa worthy o' theaame.tn all
rv.pevia. uaviu at.n?il.
jy w (Gazette please copy )
Plumber and Steam Fitter,
No. C3 J KyKRsoM btrbkt, abovb Tiuur,
Pumps, Baths, Water Closets and
Filed serf Reptirtd, anef aa fat sAsrleef notice'
sad aaeaf reeesRsele areas.
A LSO A larxe ouantltv of LI ft and Vnrtm Ptimn.
Woll and Cistern Pumiis of every descrtntioa. which
are warranted not to freeze up In winter, llrass
Cooks of all ktade.euch aa Wash-atani, Ucer, Wi
ter and Steam Cooke. Together Wltli all kinds ol
riumlwrs' Urae. Work.
All klnda of hatha made and repaired.
tsxy-Cosh paid for Lead and Powter.g
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
orrics in CLBOoa bdildiho.
In ths rooms foieaerly occupied by V.llaudlgham
Havlug left the Clerk '. OOtoo, I will attend prompt"
ly to all business entrusted to me.
jyw-iwiuiaw 1. a-, -i llHfc-'lKK.
Wholesale and Retail
1TIANIJFACTIIUEH A DEALER
"HATS" AND "GAPS !"
0. 45 JXrrZRIOa ITllET,
Wtnl Hide, betvem Strond and Third
tt-All ordera will be tkanaiullv received and
promptly attended to. febs-tyd
OTItAYKD from the Subscriber on Kaltir-
J day, July IStk, eSUUHKLL MARK, rather brnata
eolor, inlKi-d with white hairs; all ths feet white up
w ine posiera joiaia, wlnle spot in tne lorelieail,
and a w nil e spot on the left hind hip, bow-neck .about
II years old.
A liberal reward will be given for any Information
oy wuico ine ewucj can get ner.
J) JS-dAw Uajlo., Ohio.
) ItOXErf Lemons, in prime order, just
"J i.ee ved.
jyi p. r. B suuLL.
5 HACKS African Psa Nuts just nrrived.
Jyil 1). a r. B. 8HULL
(Journal and Oaaette copy.)
T WILL deliver tbo uUjt artioU to tnjr
11 1-2 Cts. Per Bnahfl
quality warranted superior to soy Ohio Coal In
Orders lell t ). A. Mtoiek'.,oor. JenVraon and 1
k l els., oral Swayale Houae.wllliaeet withpn
P. H. COLM, Aft
S. IX THOMAS
ISHKS it distinotly understood that be
is prepared a, au iiraee to do all kluda of
Carpenter and Job Work.
ssr-My shop Is oa St. Claw et-reat, I dort aouth of
Notice to Boildera.
CKALKD Proposals will be reoeived at ths
IJ ssusal the Clark of ike Board el .4uaetK.n, at
thacouuell 1 haaiber (where plana and epewtWa-
uoa. eaa a sew, .ulu ike lat day of August aeal,
for lurulshlug aaatenala ed Uilldliul aa addition 10
the ,luiih-eael Sokool houae. Tka work te be done
uaSer the dlreotb- u( the Building oa.ailllee. who
reserve tne pnvtl.g. 01 furelehlux all the loisla a-
eeasary h.r ike bukldlug, the eoet uf tha to be
deducted troe. th. uTUtT.ruT
" J"-U Has aasoiaal lo
eaMaea aebeSurathe I.I or iuiv. lets.
,w iS'.iT """"oa eaa be kad by aaUliuj on
laet of Ihe 00 a, a, it lew
lrs tiaiMrmad aaul 6ejtst4e eosf )
TtlSStockhoMiiriiinlli Davl.msnd V
. """'pike are nnllllvil ihKt Hie Tl
of Dlrertota 011 the 'Jd day ol .lulv
il s j '1,1-
oenu o nit) (M)M'ntaon thr-srmir
of'V "a nlf
Amlltars ntn.'e 11I t itm,-) on
the tlst, rut and 1S1I of July,
Bee n V, Winters Son, la
and at the Mnk Inn r,t-
lay ton , ,
!. lit'NN, Hec y.
, DAYTON, OHIO.
Graduate of the Si hoot nf Vrtrlnsty Vodh lne anil
Surgery, Boston, Mnlnn, InmMn,
illnesses of Horses sr lentllir-. ly tinted In the
Stables of owners or in Meaotttinnty.
I'lth-e st Mr. John Kheliitiierger's lliety Rtslde,
Jefterwm et.Jitst below ililrd. Inllrtnaii In the
alley opoos.te rat end ot Mnikrl House In theri'ar
of Mr. Hrlce Utile's Livery Msbtc.
juiy ladAw Dm
AV ypaterdiw, n note mndn hy O It Shrn
V pnrrl, parnble tn my ortter (u -inty ri'tji, at a
bank iu MitUlletowu. Amount ft;ir" h.
Jy0 J. N. Hp MIKH0ON.
ANT. OAL V ,
Grutluato Velorinury Wiiruwn,
A cures, and 1111II1 luir In
iltistrj In the tri Hln.i ntof
llor.iaand (V'le, ns v ell
ns Hoii", In his tvvn3i-irs
pl ni'tli i In Hay Ion, Is Is
voial.lv known to Hie pult
lie of II.' ion and v. h-liil-tv.
He re.l'ivtrnllv solirlta
Tl 11 ear 1 er. vronna-'
tll'ili,; and iavtartMiv, vomer 'ill snd fit. Clall-
, ' "j ' "1 ", Wli'li lie way , a- .imiik. ai a, I
hours, hoth dsy anil nlftht. Jyiu
A HOUSE and Lot, on M hii n'.net, 11
sors. from the Coin t llou.e. nnd um,ii i. m. !),
Tempetanee House. Tbo bouso I. u.-ll is misled
lor a Hotel or llofirilitig lluuse. Lot in'. I100I, by
lis feet deep. ' '
eor particulars, inqul.e of
JIS lll'.NHV LHMM.KIt.
"1ANF. Rods. Lines, Hooks. Sti, kers, I'tcof I
. i)iisiiiy ior usiterrsett, at lite i.rocrry .''tot.
J. K. I i 1 1 1 1 A HT.
No fu JerrVr.on slu'i-t.
Choicest Cheese of the Seiison, und
W'-M?'1" ""'M- ri'filpl. during the Summi t-,
If of Brown's ci'let'iilMl ( hoi-.e.
HSVIIIS k'Mlt ll'lllll'l 'N I lil.c.i- Itut.l. I, I- ..
In the maitet.) i,e sitirms tha fi,hu-i,i 1.
euuei.lf nut suieiior to It. Ho Invllis pi-i.iuni 1,1
ca I and try It, and tl It la not as In' , Uluia, lie 1
mil aea mom 10 nuy .
J. I. Ill Mi HA 11 T, Ace t,
Ha Jerlerson stru t.
'jo jfiAiK Miti:i:r,
HKTWEKN MAIiUKT AND Idl li l ll-
W. S. ROBINSON,
(at'O'KxsiiH To 111 initial A i:i i.isov 1
TSNOW HKCKIVIMl AT THIS yi'.l .
A known Hand his leu 11111 i,,,i,i,.,JJ.,- n,,.
Sl'nsoii.lriim New Voik, I'hl ml. I.ln. 11,1 It tmi.ie s ml
, nnri'llii,! ill 11 Kii!a ll.unlly
kejil In a Sral-uln.e I rug .liurr.
Among tin ih.ortmi'nt ii.iiv Ire fotiml genuine I.11
bln's French I attniits for the Ih.'Ii- k. I 111 11. 11
"Hiss Sle (,uli k," lUdn-s I'l.'iueli a, I. In, ir.,
Ilaule s Hsrtl.oli'a. Wrli'tl's. II n,,'- ,n ..it
Perltmii-ry; Kaui-i Noans ol v Hi 1 i Hn.i ...... m
surh ai ll:iln'.. I.lnin',. Ilniili-V; H,,i,,.v, (, i i i-i no-.
transip-ina and I aliiiloir,ili d s al ; l-nurli,,.. ts-
in-aiiu i.iniiini' 111, 1 rovi 11 vtiininu .,,ui i.c
A lull line of itiit l.tiitiiit-B. i.v lii t..tiL.
for inedii-iiml mil I mm 1 ii Aiivttl inn in.. . m. ii,,,., ,.
(InvAi Wine, Mid Hhu'kherr) Hisi..:; .uiimi.-i I -tawtia
Kxtra uiialUi-. sutlatilu Tor Pi.tsti.t t.n.i a",.,.rn...a
OILS, I' A I NTH. A 1 1 V A If I SI I.
ws virt; iusjniiiir siiriu, cnir rnnn (itlrtlMV.
Kill 11 .1AKS,
111 Kit-ni vni 11 ij , iioiiifiH 11 ilrcl
turt'rs, forcn"h, and i-riit uid u
Itom the MkmiIhi-.
I, tlit-ri-lcic, I c sold
u m-pi 11 rtm in, iiouri' tn IMS n f
lUKKHAVK'H 11(11 LAND IMTTfM.'.S'
Forwhlrh lamanloiigent fortius elly and county.
Dealers supplied at tl, 1 Mniiulitrtuii 1 k.
Of every kind now In use.
IIAIK IHI.S AND POM A UKS,
Of a thutl.anil difterent varieties
W HAL K (111, t-OAP,
For ths certain destruction of ln ots i.n Pl.mts and
Costnr's Hut Kxterminntor. Kt
netic insect Powder; ilyrl !) l,;xt,:riiiiin,i.nr
.ure thlug. T
Hair, Teeth, Vail. Whltewa-h M.. . i,....
ink. Csrnct. Wlndiiu-. l'Hn,i. .......I. ' . .
fcr , without number. ''
W lliTri I.KAUAM) MN.-KKDOIL,
Of the very lies! qua' Its, always ou hand: l.Hs nnd
miry, r tuitl l.stnpsnit.l Lampulib.
noodles, variety, and ol l.r.l i,ualilv. Alnni'lot.
if anil.h iHiosht r.-i-eiilu nt 1 .1 u ... V: . '
Vora.whlih 1 uau sell lo if.. .1. ,. I ...
A I. SO,
Robinson'. Hair Tonic, Co ogne Ciiunh Vixlnre, 111.
arihna (.orillal. iiuiae Lit 1 t, n,,,.,. r,,,'. r
Ac ,ac, guaraoleedto glvcnllre salirlaetlun '
"'" ' uiiuiuon roHiicr, lloulitoti s
Physltrlana'prrscriiitlonsran fiiil,. ....i ........1
compounded, ol the b.-.t u.idioii.ra-uone olli.r
nail ne uveii.
Tomy friendsandthe public genei.lly I wouldre
tnrn liiy 11.0.1 grateful lhaiu. tor 11... l,f,.,al paHon
an eateiideil to the Istc l.rm ol Jl. ,v ft., n,' ui,i
kindly solicit lis, conlliiuauce, a. alio au vsan.ilia.
Hon o( tny stork hy those who I1..1.. i..,t 1 1."
tote paliuiilltHl the house.
I sin nrrmaurutlv ioi-al..il a... ..h.i
friends and euatoluera hy lair Ui-allng.
"' , store tor aintliing Kill be
JCt-I KK( KIVKD,
A l-rge arsorlnieiitof Fruit j. ..1 11,. .1...... ... 1
and sealing Wax. - .im.,
Ill If US AND CAdK.S
find Se.-.l. nnd. ,11 .(.,!. ....... ,K .
atrlctlvt.iu.vnn.,,.... ' 'nK
. W.(. Rltlll.NSON.
Man and Woman
11J11A.D T FT
m. ( ilAMJJE'lJLIV
WOULD eay to tbo diseased of body ir
lulrul. thai his sla. in I,.. .... i. i,
,.'."'nC,.!he 1"!C"'" o' Biaaiug ItnaiedUl.. a,.,,!,,-.:
on, vouwi.hio he he.l.d 01 ,,., ,,, ' ..."
rir.oiiuii.uu palleulseacept llioaeimeu m,,,,,..
where else ss Incurable. H. T. f
ask, does he real') cute such cases. ..rare h-s Hat.--
" ' -- suriu any stun cs-es In !;,.
ton or are kis our.-, all on paper anil aUr oil I f
reply, he would say, ha has conu. sn.' 1. "1 ring
evtry day, ju.t ,.-h ease.. He l,. i,-.i " ,S
heallh laiiaouslu Aiayloa. ho hate lea aullennx
from various dls.-a.i-., ,ve, U11 , tni-u
and upanls. la a lew da a. He ha. i-ur.'.l and la
euiltig a eia
ol the uie.1
-.Lii'Mri, mat nail- named the. kill
"'. t'"'a.u.ii in all . 1,1 the vt i.tlrf
"i-pni ui.... 1..)U1I', I,) ivliat I
."' - 1 1 mi mrii, rui ny ttrilalltis'
the delicate membrai... o. tllal . igana, by .IriiL.
gi..g tl..sloiuch.l,ut by direcl .pWnaA,,,?,,, th.
-'"-, .,...., pw.ariiies 01 elei-trtclty.
Again, It tuigl.l be ssked, has aot eleslrleltj t.-en
euiployed ss a n medial agent lor Mat.. I olh in tn. .
NWaiM the I ailed Males, with Indilterrat suc
ees.1 And, are not numbers now u.ina It. la our
very a.ld.1, with no better re.ulll Ihi. is s u.rv
true: and when e cousldvr tne Ignursio. and
racale.suea. illsplajed In It. application the result
kaa tve.u u.or. l.iotalil. 11, an cs,uld have been an
ticipated. It has txeu eunsiilrr.d r s U ncllcia. In a
lew cases, only, aud uncertain v, n In Hume. Tbcie
haa Ueu no Used principle lorapi ljing Hie Ae--
aud, therelore, no Ulilform result could hatilcru"
autlclpaU'd; but owing to the lilcudly lelalion . A
istlug between electricity snd health, r. luai.aliie
cure, hate been perluiBteJ.whto-h iMte been locked
upon aa a lu. kv hit.ratlier than ti e result ol a liked
law. The Ignorance dl played iu the sumiuulialloM
ol thu aniKhty Agent, is uupsroonable
The cui rent I. generally appiiw llii,..,ga the halula
or leet in aueh power as io coo yulse the whole uer
tous muscular systeai, and frtqurutly produ, .1 g
Irreparable lujur) ; sometime. II I. applied by nuaue
01 aielaiic coudustors to dill.iriii pariaol the la-ily,
whleh is equal lo a piuoess ui cauterliattoa. tnh
era plsee their patients lu a uungh ol water, an l hi
nteaus ol the tialvanld Butter) eklract their vitali
ty, end when eoullnued luraoy cnaolerat'le lenglli
of lime, the enest itpou Ihs neryou. .y.teui 11. si ml
lai lo that produced by urcr-duaes ol lii ehniiie or
Ot. i:haiutaerlln hsa seen the efTeet of uch treat
maul for yeara, and I lie result has generally pros e.l
Injurious totlie patients, ploying cucelu.! veil , that
no persoa should assume the re.la, n.it.it) ol a'ouiin
isleruig suivwerlul a remedy Hllhoul uudi-ist. tid
ing Its streets upuu the human on$:uii ration, hy ery.
thmg counseled Willi lr. c 'a clvclilcal operations
laavw and original tilth himself. His philueoptiy
lor the electrical law Ad llle, heallh andduea.e la
new. His reliable aiethod for Ulagnoals ol ci.ea.e
by aliHiUleal cuuiracl, la uew ss, al.o hliuiportaiil
discovery lo the use ol (he positive and ueaative
pviarmee to tkekuaiaa body tor Iheaaleaad speedy
removal of a 1 diseases. A. I Is new, and tit-known
lo nvealleal ejeu, and ail othrre except the tvw whu
have ta-eu in.lructrd by bun. hy Ho. u-ude ol ap.
alylugeleelrictly there Is nu gue.s worh.no uncer
taiuli, nuniatter ol doubt a. tw thulvaull Uiat will
Th dlaBM-d are Invited to call and wiUteaa tU '
Wta.lrluJ uree be Is daily pet iuiauaii(,
urtur, Nil. tuiti 'ihtrd.tirvl.
W. H. Ur C. ow uuntM-e to Kle a eerie tf lee
turra, aiuI couvrrtwilluiie, piaiuuiK Ut est-vtrkM
lawe of i(e, ttealiii aud dieeatw, aleu, a lull .putl-
Uouol kia itutaai d.euoiry ta lite apuUutiuu
ef eievtriuliy tor the cure ol diKeMtw-
Ttoe siaveirituji lo o.u ike oIjju .huuld Make int.