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NEW STOCK I
NK'.V PRICES 11
COOD WORK II I
No. 11.(5, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
rPHAN KI' rL fnr tlin Tory Miami pntronrta.
heretofore extended to lilm, would aftln emit
theattentlon i) Ihepiihllolohli new end complete
Su mmcrHoots and1 Shoes!
Kmjiloyln none , ihr host or itorkmm, I km
onfldentthat I can get up the
lirwr rrrmu and nr.nr made
Boot, and Shoes In th city, and I will guarantee
atltla.illnn In nil anni.
IT Give ms Triiil I .m
N W. WILSON,
till Mala street. 9 doors south or the Market.
N. W. w. alia keeps a auperior artloleof FRENCH
h iiooi i'V'ski ruiuriMToits
Ari ii. u c in:vi .t
SIMS' ARCTIC REFRIGERATORS
At A. W. RH'K CO.'g, Huston Building.
WKJUKT WATEH f'OOI.KKfl,
Bolh Zinc and Porcelain, with and without Fillers.
At A. W. RICK . ( (.', Huston Building.
Manner' Five Minute Cream Frrieiere,
Al A. W. KM l: .1 lit.', Iluaton Building.
I'lllllUf lllllll 'I ,N,
llllllll u Due Itulli I'll 111,
At A. W. Hli K t cn.'s, iiu.lou Utilldlng.
Toilet Bella, I'lain and Fancy,
At A. W. Illt.K ;o. .1, llu.tun Building.
I.tidluw'a .Sclf-aciilin ('una and Jura.
Hciiulrlng no wax, soldering or cement. Thev seal
easily and open i nelly, l-.vcryonu warranted per
fectly light. Alan screw Top cam, Wax Cane, and
all kln.lB of l;na,
At A. W. HIl'F. .1 O.'S, llu.ton llulldlug.
Ol.l) DOMINION COI- .'KK DOTS,
mill COl'p'KK ICOASTKKS,
At A. W. Hit k a CD 'S, Hilton Building.
A general ue.orl'itrutot Tin, Japan Pi-eBcd Ware,
At A. W. Jill K ( U.'H, Iluaton Building.
Whitewash Ilriothca, ahocTtniahcB, Scrub Bru.het,
Comb Hru.lipa, Imat llruahct, Tea Llu.tera, juat re
ceived from the Knit, at
A. W. HICK t CO.', Huston Building.
Stovea and Bouae Furniablng Good,
At A. W. HICK A co.'S.,
Jyl4 Hu.ton Rolldtng,
Fruit, Fruit, Fruit!
JUST received at my establishment, 2d
treel, I doort weat of JcHi-noll,
10,000 Fruit Cnna!
or Liverpool Ware, dccldcdlv the beat oan for put
ting up fruit In the world. 'I heae iau will be tup
plledwlthan Aiit-TimiT ror,
Whleh la the tnoat complete Invention of the kind
known, and will exclude every particle of air.
Theie oana will be uld lower than good oanacan tie
Perauni desiring to put up fruit warranted to keep,
should call at once. J, F. BoVfc.H,
Jyl-lwd 9,1 it.,! doort weal ol Jeflemon.
A KINK store room on Market street, very
aultable lor a Uiocery or Kating Houae, being
that part of the room now occupied by K. A. T. T.
More, that fronta on Market alreet, may tie either
SO or DO feet deep.
Alao, a large room on the eccond floor, 116x40 feet,
.tillable for an office. Mntrituce oa Third street.
Klinulre of K. A. 1 . T. More, or
;HA. K. CLARKE,
JyH Real fc.nl ate Agentf ad St.
TWO IIAND.SO.VIK and hihly improved
fanua, lying about 4 miles north of the city, 7ft
tares each. CITY PHDPKIlTY will be taken la
part payment. ALOt
940 acrea In Hancock County, not far from the
count. Mat, and three lourtha of a mile from arall
road atatlon. 100 acre. Improved, balance excellent
timber. Very fluo Intnl. and will be .old at a bar
120 acre, one mile north weat of t'nlon City, well
Improved, a creek rootling through the centre,
never falling water, laige barn, good bearing or
chard, springe, Ac
4 acrea In Darke county, itart good timber) good
land, a No. I barn, tiaintei
, good houae.
dowa, balance on long time.
A number of other fnrma varloitaly louatod and all
very oheap, toKrther with a iarae amount of dealra
ble city property nf every di-icrlptlon.
Jy :HAN. K. CLARKIt, d St.
J HAVE now ua hund an extensive lot of
FINK GOODS TOB BUMMER WEAR,
which I propone to aell at '
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED
lor the neat two nionthi FOR THK CASH.
Thoie wanting ololhlttg ready made, or made to
order, will bad It greatly to thelradvanlage to call.
Remember the place cheap store, bouth-Weit
comer Third and Jtileisnn bib
T. II. LKWIN.
P. M. 1 have al.o a aecond hand fire proof Hale for
sale very cheap. Jyla jiud
Stoves and Hollow-Ware.
-. - ..
Datl on li utiderf.
NEFF, BKNXKT & CO., Proprlflors.
itor-i'niN 2TO Thlr.l f.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Cook and Heating Stoves,
ALWAYS ON HANI).
WK AUK MANUl'ACTUIilNC. THE
following Cook Stovea, and are prepared to till
"Cbl NTON A I H-T fit II T," Klevated Ovenj
KINK 01'' HTUVKii," Klevated Uvea.
Tin 1'lato Stovcti, Six iiipI Hovcn Vluto Heat
iu Stuven, 1'urlur Stove, Ao,, iio.
CAST TEA KETTLES,
A VKKY Bl l'SUiult AKTICLIL
Our DAN(.-UP AIH-TIGHT COOK RTOVK hut
no vi,.t.itt il umiliiiueH to l n lavnrtt?
- W could till voluute with et,moll, U It Wrt
We are ARcntg fur th lair or the "
Thii Ha-nre haiibeen rutt?ii ui within a few moot hi
)Att, ftoj h nitttiy AtlvaitttaKt i'vur thvold HniiRaa.
lo you wAtit m uiwrlor Httuiirl Call autlexaiuiae
7tf Third Btrcet, Drwtnn, Ohio,
jyl-lmdiimw NfaKK. tttNNtr A CO.
Notice to BuilderB,
SKA LED Prop(8U will ho received at the
offloe of the Clerk of the Board or Kriuoatlon, at
the Council Cltainlir (where plan end pollioa
tloni oho lie ert) until the lit ilny of AuRUit uext,
for furniihlnff maTcririii nntl tiuliiMiiar an aMltlon to
the North-eaU Ho lion) Hotme. 'lhe work to he done
uuder the direct Ion of the Uulldinf Committee, who
rewrve the iirlvtletfe of rurnUMng all the jotuse
eeatarjr for the hulldtttfr, the oot of the eaue to he
detluoted rroin the oooti ct price.
Pnynieute. ai folio w: One-half the amount to
be paid hy the 5Wth day of Uejeintef mxt, the hal
1104) on or before the lit of July, Inuo.
Any further Information can be hud by calling on
e liner oi me oointniuee
DAVID A, WARFHAM. ) Bulldin
jK. LINUKLV. ) tOIUt
(Journal ana id axe tie oopy-j
C1ANK Rodi, Mnei, Hooki, 8lnkrri,ett)..of theleet
quality fur Uaheruu-u, at the Urocrry Htore of
J. K 4s fcHrf A RT.
No fla Jettureon etreet.
Choicost Cheese of the Season, and
iriI.LU In weekly reoetpt. during the Summer,
V of Browii'i oeleliraud Cheeier
Having keit frenuer' ChefM, (whioli U not now
In the market,) he afHruie that firewn'e le lully
eiulif not u per lor to it. He Invitee pereone to
eeil and try it, end If it la nut ae he elainie, he will
ii ut iik them to buy.
J. K. UKBHART, Ageot.
JyU a Jettereuuetreet.
V, iHl" M M '. Tf
I ) A Y TON
OHIO, Tl I UBS DAY,
sziy , v v AaWr tp lP 4P y j r
JULY 28, 1859,
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OWFHOel Ol" PUBLIOHTlONt
lapire Eiilaia;, Tbiri it8ilk lidt M. liilt Merita
?j If alien. OOe.r jre.rlnadvanoe.
11 cent, par Wk , payalil. lo lliooarrler.
aiagleeepiea.piitup ia wrappere.Seeate.
The Cincinnati T?t FnuadrT ComoanT la
our duly authoriaed Asent to make contracts
and receipt for AUrerliaemeiit anbacriplions,
Ac, in tli at city.
To BustaaaaMau. The Empire Job Rooms
srein complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work "fall deacriptiona in the beat style
ortheart. uall in end examine onr work aad
learn our prices.
ST To AnrtaTiaiaa. Advertiaementa nr
Notices for the Empire must be handed into
the office by lea 'eUck on the day they are de
sired to be published ael later. We cannot
aereeioinaerl tnem aiierinainour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Tlioae who desire to hare advertiaementa
inserted in the Weekly Empire should hand
them In by Haturday morning, at the latest
MuOur advert isin tt patrona will perceive
that, by our arrnngement of reading matter,
their advertiaementa will be alwaya fine a
very important matter to tuem.
HTSec 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
Dayton Light Guard.
Von are hereby nolifiod to appear at the Ar
mory in full uniform (eicept fatigue caps) on
Friday afternoon 2'Jlh inst, at half past 1
o'clock, to atloud our annual shooting.
Dayton Light Guard. JOHN A. DICKEY, 1st Ser't.
Tint IUmrr Uimao. Omnibuses will start,
from lite Phillips House corner for the Basket
Mm'ting at Mrs. King's Grove, Miami City, on
next Saturday and Sunday, every Ifi minutes
during the day and evening. The fair will be
1 centa each way. The meeting commences
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and Will con
tinue until Sabbath night.
Y. M. 0. A There will be a regular meet
ing of the Young Men'a Christian Association
at Wesley Chapel this evening at 8 o'clock
A full atlendance of the membera ia particularly
A. T. BABBITT, Rec. Sec'y.
IJ" A Temperance meeting will be held at
the 3d at. Presbyterian Church (Aia evening,
and it aucceaa will depend very much on the
attendance of our cltiiena. There have been
several temperance meetlnge recently, and they
have been failures ao far aa attendance ia con.
earned. The meeting thia evening will prob
ably decide whether they can be made of any
Taa R. R. Uollumioh at Lima. There waa a
aerioua collision on Tueaday, between a train
on Pittaburg A Fort Wayne, and one on the
Dayton A Michigan raada at the point where
the roada croaa each other at Lima. One ac
count atatea that when the train from Dayton
over the D. A M. Railroad, had discharged the
paaaengera and waa crowing the track of the
Pittsburg A Ft. Wayne road, while the train
on the latter road waa approaching Lima, Sta.
tion, at the rate of SO miles an hour, striking
the flret paaaenger ear about the centre, making
a complete wreck of It. No one waa in the ear
but the Expreaa Agent, Mr. Smith, who nar
rowly eareped without injury. A Mr, John
Newman, of Manafleld, 0., who was standing
close to the place where the collision occurred,
waa instantly killed by portiona of the wreck
projected againal him. The fault ia aaid to
have been with the engineer and fireman of the
P. 4 Ft. W. train, who were not on thu lookout
at the time, It ia reported that they were drunk.
The engineer waa arrested and put in jail at
Lima. Great excitement exiata at that place ia
regard lo the accident.
STA gentleman of intelligence and who ia
"addicted" to eloae obaervation, haa Juat re
lumed home from a tour through a lurgepor
Hon of Tenneaaee and Kentucky. He t ays "1
made inquiry at every point in regent to who
the masses of the democracy had centered upon
foi the presidential candidate, and I Iwlieve I
represent the feeling fairly when I aay they
were aa ten to oue for the Little Oiant. I found
that, as a general thing, the 'great and absorb
ing questions' which are geltiug the politicians
by the ears are little, talked of among the mass
es; and they care little about them. They do
not share in the bitter epirit towards Mr. Bu
chanan, which ia aviuced by politicians in the
North, who are the especial frienda of Mr
Douglas; but they like the Senator, and believe
he can be elected Preaidrnt over any man or
sut of men in the country."
(TT "Grub"conliibutea a curbsatone notice of
the Coucert of Mra. Varieu-J ernes, on Tueaday
evening, to the Journal of thia morning. It ia
one of the beat nolicea In the line we have ever
auen. Whoia "Grub," that ha ahoulil not be
doomed to the regular and legitimate use of the
ST It eeoma that a great deal of credit ia
given to the Police, and moat particularly to
Mr. mien, of Cincinnati, for hie ehrewdness
Ac, in ferrettiug out the watch thief, James
Williams. The foe te are that J. K. Christopher,
of our city, certainly ia entitled to aome abare
of credit in this matter aa well aa the reward
that ia spoken of. He ia the one that aaid that
he (Williams) stole that watch ha ia the one
that called the official; and he ia tha one that
told the officers to arrest him. Jo erica.
XT Mr. J. a. Roberts, an old resident of
Waahiugtoa township, in thia county, was
killed on Tuoadsy last, by a limb falling from
a deadened tree to which he had ael fire. The
dreadful accident ia auppoaed to have occurred
early ia the fureaooo, and when he waa die
covered, at noon, he waa horribly disfigured by
IT Some fellow who deaired te get hie "wit
tela" aud lodging for nothing, recently put up
at the Monroe House, 8t. Louis, aad regiatered
hie name, "bel. Miller, Kansas." flow aa
"Sol." deniee having been ia that city for "six
months last past," of course some fellow
haa "rung la" on Sol's reputation.
KTThe Bona of Malta will have a era nil old
gathering to-night, at Lafayette, la , for the
purpose ol in.tUutlng a Lodge. J. B. Bud
man, several members and ex.inembera of Con-.
grass and of the Ohio Legislature will be prea
ant. well, we ara"aaUaned."
IT In the New Haven eily council, receutly
a petition that all the sidewalk of the city be
lowered six inchee, because they were bow ao
high lhatladlee' dreeeea drag thereon, to the
great damage of their husbands, parenu aad
guardians, waa read and "sent dowa."
17" The total vote polled for delegate to the
prraeut eoneuuitiooal eon van lion ia Kaaeae
a. 13.356, divided aafollowa: lUtmblicaa.
7.4U; Democratic, &,93 Rpubln parity,
Farms and Fruit.
There is nothing that pays the farmer better
for an outlay of capital and labor titan under
drainage. At the east aa well as In Kniland It
ia found hy actual experiment that laud which
now only yield a twenty bushel of wheat to
the acre may be made lo yield forty byaub-aoil,
and under drainage. This ia now pretty gen
erally practiced where land la worth from one
to two hundred dollars per acre, and we are
glad lo learn that aome of our farmers In the
Miami Valley have auccosafully tried It. A
aub aoil, ploughing only costs about two dol
lars per acre, reaching a depth of fifteen inches
and among the advantages enumerated ia that
the moisture of the earth ia increased which ia
a great protection to veirelntion in time of a
drought and the roota of grain become firmly
imbedded. The roota of wheat have been
known to penetrate fifteen inchee below the
surface of the earth. Under drainage and aub.
aoning not only enablee the earth to absorb the
rain to a greater depth and retain ita moisture,
but it also increase In temperature fifteen to
By ender-draiiuge wet lands can lie reclaimed
and made to produce better corn than our rich
est bottom land ia however benefitted by this
Corn stalks should never be burnt aa they
can be cut up by a atalk cutter Into pieces about
eight inrhea long ploughed uuder ten inches
and by this means the moisture of the earth ia
kept up and they make excellent manure.
Straw atiibble aa well aa Corn ata'ka when
ploughed tinder the soil produce a vegetable
mould which will increase its fertility a hun
dred percent, in a few years. All the straw,
hay and alalka should bo used on the farm to
to produce thia vegetable mould, and farmer
could be greatly enriched by selling nothing
but the grain produced on the farm.
Traveller inform lis that England ia a
perfect garden and haa a very prolific anil.
hia ia the result of auperior cultivation.
Land ia very high and farmera cultivate but a
few acrea, and whatever tboy do cultivate ia
thoroughly attended to. Germany aa well aa
France and England produced more grain to
the acre than la produced in the United Stalea,
although our land ia naturally auperior.
Tha planting and rearing of fruit trees haa
alao been much neglected and with all our ad
vantages frnita and berries are scarcer nud dear
er In tbia country than in any part of Europe.
ia true the seasons for three years past have
been unpropitioua, but much more luiht be
raised if fruit tree received proer mention.
There ia not one quarter enough uf fruit trees
planted and those that are stuck in the ground
receive but little attention. In Germany they
pleat pear, apple, plum and cherry trees fnr
shade along the road side and the weary trav
slier ia at liberty to refresh himself by partaking
of a much of it aa he wishes. Fruit ia thua
made abundant and cheap at little coat or la
bor. We ahould like our countrymen to Imi
tate Ibe Germans in thia particular aa well aa
their Industrious habits.
Taa CaLiroaaia Duauo. D, W. Perley haa
challenged Senator Broderick to a duel. Mr.
Broderick., in reply, aasigna aa re aeons for de
clining the challenge :
1, Mr. Perley ia not a naturalised eitlaen. and
consequently ia net diafranehiaed by fighting a
duel, while I, being aciliren. would be dlefraei-i
chiaed and made incapable of holding office.
3. Mr. B. will not fight anybody during the
present eanvaaa. When the eanvaaa ia over he
will talk to them about duela.
3. Mr. Perley, In making hia intention nubile.
partly released Mr. B., had he been at all die
posed to fight him, from doing so.
ID Hon, John L.Daweon haa purchased the
magnificent ealat of the illustrioua Albert
Gallatin known aa "Friendship Hill," on the
Monongahela near the town of Browaville, Fa
yette county, Pennsylvania, and in full view of
U aeon and Dixon'a line; it contina four hun
dred acrea; ia beautifully located on the river,
commanding a view of the lovely valleys of
Dunkardand George's creeks, and the shelving
raogea of the Allrghenlea.
It ia a faot not very generally known
that tht prinoipal Ingredienta In tha oole,
brated balm oommonly used - for gunahot
wounds in war, are earth worms and puppiea
boiled alive. Thia is a faot; by tha term
"puppia'' we really mean nothing personal,
but all that ia dogtali.
DTDrandenburg haa received a aupply of
peara, applea, ate., and will keep the beat fruit
he can procure from all points of the com pans
Having taken the lead in the blackberry trade,
he ie determined to try to keep it la the peach
and plum traffic. If he doea not have pirn
tlful aupply of the choice fruits it will be be
cause they cannot be procared in the country.
CJTBaldwin the daguarrean aitiat on 3d street
three door eaat of the Exchange Bank, wishes
it distinctly understood, that hia rooms ars a
permanent inatitution ; and that he ia not going
to leave in a few weeka aa haa been reported.
Picture 25 cent In fine case 1U00 a day. Call
ST We have been abtent for a day or two.
and may not be polled as to the new market
here, but it aeema to us that local items, worthy
mention, are very ecaree. We Intimated aa
much to two or three funde who culled into
our eanctum thia morning, aad "ao aay they
ST There was a disastrous fire la Kenton,
0., oc last Monday morning. Several private
dwellings, a large woolen factory, a foundry
and machine shop, the Metbodint church, and
stabling, etc., were deetroyed. The fire is be
lieved to have beea the work of au luoeadiary
IT A friend who attended market thia morn
log deairea us to aay "that it ia doubtful If
ladie who are making their toilet by candle
light can discover who i paaaiog in the street
before daylight I" A hint thus delicately given.
ehould not be thrown away.
BIT" In the last six yeare there were fifteen mil
lion gallons of liquor and five million gallou
ef.wine imported into California, and nearly all
that time there have been five distilleries and
eighty-six breweries al work ia the Stale.
IT Why ie the D. A W. K R. like the Oath
olio church f
Because it ie ander the control of a Pope.
I J" A eapital way to prevent worme and
anaila from crawling up trees, ie lo kill Via
before they de It. ,
The President haa appointed the Hon. J. A.
Ouehman ot Mlaeieaippi, Minister to Ike Argon
tine Confederation vice Yancey, resigned.
The captain who had charge of tha alave
yacht wanderer ie anout to tall the puulio "all
about it." Hi name is Faraham, aud hie book
is promised foruwitb.
British papers aay that "the Grand Ducbss
Maria Micolaevna, aialer of the F.inperor of
Hueaia, win paae in Autumn and n lute with
her family ia Eoglaad. Her lnjil Uiga
The "Sons" En-Route.
STEAMER MILWAUKLE, July 22, 1859.
E'j. Kui'irk: A night reat and fresh
toilet have effected a derided improvement
in the appeiranne of our party, and having
myself taken a good brentb of fresh air, and
mad out our benrloga, 1 am prepared to
giva you a few note. The transition from
the oars, which nt this Mason are neeesse
rily unpleasant, but In thia case especially
o, from the olotida nf aand which poured
in upon ua, to the boat, was altogether agree
able. This waa effected not without aorue
pushing, crowding and shouting, aa the
whole town seemed to have noma out to wel-
oomo or rather embarrftse in. Two boat,
which Gred a eulut at our arrival, were
auBioient to aoooinmodate the party, at least
ao far aa aleepini on tha floor and plenty to
eat, could be called accommodation. The
boat were neatly trimmed with branoliea of
evergreena, and dooked with banner", the
star and itripea alternating with unoouth
inaignia of the Son of Malta. Whereas,
hitherto we had posacaacd acaroe a aingl
evidonoe of their preseuoe among ua, now
we had quite a auperfluity, not only in these
banners, but alao in tho aporting of similar
badges and the display of rnrioua otlior em
blems and paraphernalia, ao that now there
waa no occasion to inquire "are the Hons of
Malta among us?'' Thia tatter etpreaaion
aeeined to have more aigntfioanoy with the
initiated than with ua, judging from the
frequency of ita repetition, and the would
be intelligent look accompanying ii. With
firing and inuaio, the Light (luard Hand of
Chicago aucompnnied us, we Irlt our moor
ings and started up the river in the quiet of
a oleur moonlight night. A long enjoyment
of the beauty around anil above vioa pre
vented by tlio cool stiff breeze which the
rapid motion of the boat Occasioned, and
aoon all wore gathered in the cabin or had
retired to tlieir state rooms. The morning
dawned on ua fnr up the river, and thoie
not already atirring were arouee.1 by the
muaio and firing, as we halted before aim
rise at La ('rouse. This ia a large villa, or
would b oalled ao Kaat, and ia inorcaaing
rapidly, whioli may be aaid of many otlior
placca up the river, aomo of which are very
neat; indeed, altogether inviting. The en-.
tire scenery of the river ia essentially dif
ferent from the ideal 1 had formed; far more
varied, piaturesquo and pleasing than I had
aupposed. I'or beauty of form and feature
I never have seen it excelled, while ita ex
ceeding freahneaa and priniitiveneas, un-
marred and unadorned by art, rendered it
still more attractive. Could 1 have, divested
myself or the oonacious preaenne of othorai
and atanding on the prow of the boat, oould
have supposed myself alone, in aome alight
veeael, I oould have imagined myaelf a diaoov.
erer, and that nevor yet bad theae hills, and
forest, and gliding water, mat tha aye of
oiviliied man, aa they (sever have felt tha
power of hi deeolutitig and. moulding hand.
'The tight of my eye' pleased my heart,"
moat aeauaedly, and aa the day waa ao pi
aunt, though a little oool oa the boat, all
aeemed to enjoy tha ride and feel in their
merriest mood. We euluted the town and
"woke the echoea of the wilderness," with
our muaio and firing till all were filled with
enthuaioam and patriotiam.
1. S. St. Paul, Friday Eve. Aa we
neared our place of destination there aoem
ed to be aome inoompleteneaa in the arrange
ment, ao that we tied up to a tree, while a
oonaultation by the wiaa ones probably
"the counoil of ton waa held, whioh in
terval waa improved by the unooeupied in a
little danoe. After due deliberation were"
newed our'eourao and headed our approaoh
with guna and whistles without nuiular,
until we heard the answering gun from Ht
Paul. The two bonta being lashed together,
there waa a free iutrrohange of conversa
tion aa well aa paaaengera, until we reached
the dock, where the entire city with ahoute,
banners and torches, had ootne out to meet
ua. It was now V o'clock, wa having been
but 23 houra in making the trip, 3012 miles,
inoluding atopt and detentions. The Sobs
of Malta of Ht. Paul appeared to eacort their
brethren (wa know nut where) while the
reat of the party hurried away to find
auch quartora aa they might be able. You
may euppoee that I euceeecW well, whioh 1
promiae all would not aay, else you would
GREENVILLE, July 27, 1859.
Look at Young America with cigar cleuehed
lietweeii hia uiaallcator. He present an im
posing locomotive appearance. He puff, aud
aurk and aucka and puffs, all the while huge
columns of smoke arise, encircling hia brow,
Oh, what a gentleman t If I were to describe
him 1 would aay light pant in lhe latest
tyle; doth coat in the freshest fashion
silk hat glistening In the crystal ray ot light;
a double charge ol self conceit, and strong at
traction between him and the downy sofa.
Whan bepka h throws") "Into every thing.
To hear him tell it, he ha Inverted the clu
ded foroat and ranged the fertile field. And
whru ha ascends in hia gas balloon be throw
out ballaaling nf thia kind "Th acieeee
were not difficult fo- me, 1 acquired them all
in a abort lime." He waul many eulogies
pronounced upon him, such a "very fin, re
peclable, ueeful, intelligent young gentleman.
If ha beara a plain remark he breaks forth thus,
"ao offensive and unsophisticated!" We
would think from the external appearance that
"butter would not melt ia hi mouth." Ifyeu
could lift the trap door ef deception you would
aee a thousand paiaonexis serpent in their hell.
isb coils, biasing at the very shadow of ioUa
ruption. Uypoeracy and deceit ia mingled ia
the moat of his actions. If you pear off to find
the man you would peer until you would
nothing but a shadow, and hardly that; a sugar
coated Jackaaa braying to fill the earth with
GREENVILLE, July 27, 1859. A READER OF THE EMPIRE,
u. i . i . .. . . ..... !.'. -
in Mexico, baa mad himself personally ob-
.: I.I.. 1 t U-J . " - mi . .
jeciionaoie, uu uwn oaiira Dome. I n rl
dent Uritiaa say they are duly thankful.
Nearly all the Judge n lb Iriah Beach are
now Catholic. Th laieat appointment waa
that of H. (. Hughe, who one held the office
of Solicitor General. H ha auooeeded aouad
rroieeient, ear. u.tu. mcninil.
(Jueen Victoria ia already the wearer of roval
honor over Urtilori which had reaouneed
sovereigns, Including India. Hh la about to
crown the climax, by becoming tbafaaaoa Uo
key pokey waakey waeg. King of the Oaaaibal
GREENVILLE, July 11th. 1859.
Thia rotinly It regarded by amir, itiathave
never travailed through it, aa en of the inferior
counties in the Slate; but permit me lo say
reader that It la one of the finest countli i in
th Stale. When we examine the quality nf
oil and thrifty growth of timber of varioua
kin da and the beatifiil loeationa for bnitdittg.
Anil tit large and beautiful fields spread out
aa a curtain, decorated with the gehleu grain
and upon an eminence near by Intge brick edi
flees, and baroa around which aretheflna steeds
snd upon the green pasture the fine lowing
herds and Mating flock mingling with the
selfish awine. These applying th lit crystal
streams which are fed hy th never failing
springs flowing from beneath the hillock green,
And the large beautiful taw and fludring mills,
shows that thia county ia to be regarded aa one
of the moat promiaing. There are enterprising
eitiaens here who not only labor to make the
domestic pleaaettt but also the public circle
Success lo her aud all her tinier counties.
A READER OF THE EMPIRE.
The Punly, Tenn , Whig Banner aaya: "Du
ring the aeaaion of the Circuit Court Judge
Walker fined a certaiu piorts Individual, once iu
good standing, $.r0 fur kissing a re. peclable
lady againal her wi.h and conaenl.
The Jackson Union anys thai a di.tiugninh
ed ex-member of the bar, while paaaing round
hia farm the other day, concluded to ail down
and real himself on a buarh of bark at the foot
nfatree. He did so, and niter resting almut
three hours gut up to find, In hia utter amar.e.
mrnt, that he hail been sitting on a big raltle
snsk which had bean faal asleep, and nnlv
wok up as he got off it. - We believe it, of
courts. Snakes are ao accu.tiimid to lie laal
aalocp with men Bitting upon thou, tlinl lh rr
is nothing incredible about this.
On the until Inst., by Itev. 1. Winter., al liia r.-.
deuce, Mr. Frederick Swope to Mis. Ins stoner,
loth of Jellurson Tuwn.hip.
TJXK l'ublio are cautioned ggaiDnt purclin
eing a note in favor of John Ft. Jaoobi hy Kn h
h K n-, of Delphoe, eaid note having been ohtnlnisl
by a nwindleon the part o( Jeoohe, and ) a fraud on
ine. IJYmi JUrin it. hi,mt
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
September 6, 7, 8 and 9.
T a meeting of a number of the Pitien
of Davton. at the Plillllna liana, on lha etli
It. O. UJB.Kr3H.BlAn, Baq.
Or Hamilton, was apfointbo Pactional, aao
WILLIAM C DA VIS,
or Davton. Vie Prrsinvnt. of th Kaliaaal Hon
"how Association. A Local OaaasiltlM will hire-
after be Announced.
J, MILTON SMITH.
Superior Court of Montgomery County,
Montgomery County, Ohio.
Reuben Balie, 1
Mary r'tlllman, f No-,m-aamuel
H. Turrlli. J
CAMUKL H. TUKKIIX, of Chicago, llli.
Bolt, will take notice that Reuben Halle did on
July I, IMS, Hie his petition la the Superior Court
of MontOBiery eounty, Ohio, aaaiii.t aaid Mary K.
Htillman. and Bald Hamual H. Turrlli, aettlna forth
that aaid Reuben Balle la the owner ol a judamant
agamai bbio niary e . aiiiiman lor m,gu, interest
and uoata. originally obtaiiivd before Ilm. Dutter
Held, by Uuireaud Surran, that In I8M, said Alary
r. Htlilmaa was indebted to said Balle, and that In
Jus laat a obtained a Judgment against aaid Mary
F. atllimau thereon for tieo.oo, lutereat and coats,
that alary V. Htillman, has no properly aubJiH.-t to
eaeeutlun, that aaid attilmen baa an equitable in
terest in lots No. toes, M7 and laan, on the revised
plat of theeltyof Dayton, Ohio, having furnished
the aurchaaa money, where the .arae were hid od at
Maater C'omlut.alouer'e Hale, by aaid Turrlli, and
that said Turrlli holds tha irgal title totheiauia, In
fraud of her eredltore, and of tbia pla!ntln"i aud
praying that said lota may be .old, and the proceed.
paymeut ol the afnreaald Judgments, lu
tereat aud coata. Tbeaald Haoiuel H. Turrlli 1. un
titled that be I. required t appear anil answer .aid
petition, on or belore the third Haturda) alter the
i.inuayoi aepiewoer neat.
Jul uh, laos.
KLUUKN BAILK. by
Tlioa. V. THirillK, Atl'y, J.vSH dstkwSMr
JJVU J- ,
ON Tueaday afternoon, a Pocket Hunk,
containing $11 or tl'J, with the name ot l,.piel
man on the Inalde. A liberal reward will be paid
to the person who returns it to
Notice to Iliiilgo Ilulltler.
SEALED Proposal will be reoeived at the
ottlc of the Auditor of Montgomery eounty, O.,
In Davton, until Monday the SHth day of August, A.
11,, tufts, for the erection of a aiugle track entered
bridge, twlth two stone ablltmenta and one atona
pier,) acroaa nun water ruver,near unaoaiiKft a Mill.
flan and flpecthuationa can be Been at the afore
said otttoe, on and alter Uie tlr.t day of August next.
Ily orueroi uie loumy t-ommiaaioner..
DAN1KL It. DHVDKN,
Haao ttSABvaaa to Umo , in Div., o. V. at., I
IIAVTOH, O., July it, IH6S.
Speeial Order, I The qualified elector, belonging to
No Company (Da) ton Light (uard)
first Keg't.. Third Brigade, Hecmd DIi.lou II. V.
M., ara notified to meet at their Armorv ou Satur
day, th tth ol AugUBt, left, and tbeo and there pro
ceed to leot oue captain, one Ktret Lieutenant, one
Keoond Lieutenant, oue Thi'd Lieutenant, and one
Knatgn ror said eOiupaay,to UU vacancies cauaed by
By command of Brig . Gen. C. L. Van a h niotiaM.
Jyin-tt Brigade UajorJ
Notice to Stockholder.
Orrtcs or th lUrroa a H' i rria. ft. R Co.,
D.VT.X, July aiih, loot.
VTOTICK ie hereby given that the An
i V uual Meeting of the Htockhohiera of this Com
pear, for the election of Director, and trauaautlou
of other bualuaaa, will ba held at theoftIM of the
Company In Daytoa,oa Wednesday, Ihell.tdar of
Aujnui aeal, between ia aoura ol s eau ao cioca
yni-dwtt W. F. DOUCkTT, lee'y.
VA D. W. HCHAKI'KKH have as.ined
. to SB all their BentMrtv an.l hib for tha tMin-
flt of their eraditors. reraone having claim, ag.ln.1
them at aotmad to m-aauit tlieui to the undersigned
ii-' I."., wnnm inrsa mouuia nom tin
THOJaaa IM.HAt.lHvR, Aaauce.
juir ae, tee. a
K UlIDS. Choioe N. O. Hugar.
U a bajral Levering'. Crushed aad Granulated
I bag. oleaa Bio CoffM,
Sbairela beet N. O. Molawe. and
I doiea Shaker Brooms, reoel tod and foe aal by
July Eaat eotoad St., 4 doors from Mala,
Walden & Marshall
HAVING fumed oopartnortbip for the
IraniMilOsa ol a eeneral Hardware afcueiiMawa.
have parehaeed of David Nlenti hie entire tucfc of
nam ware ., eaa are now preperea to wn uiua
their frteavie and me pueue at le old ataaa, j.
Ueu rtfih etreet
A liberal patronage la reepectfully aoltettrd.
Jj WALlitlN e. MAttaiHALL.
f HAVRgold out (.ad trao(errd to W'aMen
Harebell my ealtlre latereet La Uw Hardware
tniavi. 1 uee this oxeeUa to return Bit thaake to
my frtende and the pubiM lor their kim4 petroeege
aud eontitieaee. leordlally lewaiewnd aiiuweii'
ore, WeUla 4 MaraAailae worthy 01 the eaae. la U
teepee U. , 1UVIU HUSTi.
Plumber and Steam Fitter,
No. (11 .IrrnRaoM atari-, aiiuvs Titntr,
Pumps, Jkths, Water (Jlonets ami
i'uul anil HtptirrJ, ana en Ihr aWfrif hofrei
and woe rrmtattable 'arm.
Welt aad t 'Httern Pump, of every d.eorlptien,n hf.'h
A l.tn - A large nuantltv or i. ft .nil For ir Pnmna.
are warrnnlrtl not to lirrrr tin I
Cnrin of pi II klndi.ttiirh v)n-'
Vam', Beer. V.
t-r nd Uleajin Cork . TogcthtT Willi nil
I Hid. of
PhimhtTi' HrtM- Work.
All h-rfuU of Hat hi made and repaired.
tr 'fth paid Inr Lead find rewler.-f
1 iiorTTiiit liNiiirK."
ATTORNEY AT J.AAV,
Of FICB IN CLEQO a DUILDINO,
In the rooms I'otmerly occupied by Vallandlghaiu
llavlne left the Clerk'nOrUce, I will altend prompt
ly to all bu.ineas entrusted to me.
JyKo-lwd.vliaw T. V. TMHK.tilKII.
WENDEUN WOLF, "
Wholesale and Retail
iwANi'FA('Tiiitr:it a iM:Ai.i:it
"HATS" AND !,CAPS!
NO. 4ft JEFFKRSOII (TBIET,
HV.il1 Stilt, fVfWfii Hrrmiti and 'Ihinl
DAYTON, OHIO. .
' VAIl nnters will he thanafullv rer.l,,! -iirf
prouiptly attended to. Ii lill-ltd
STItAYKD from the SuliHcrilier on Satur
day. Julr Ittk. aXORRKI.I. M III', mi...
color, inKi'd with while I., .In; all the leet while up
10 uie pn.irrn J.ilnui while .it Hi the tuii lieail,
andaKhlie.puluulheli ll hind hip; laiw-nei l il unl
A lllieral reward will hexhen lor any llil.u nmtli.n
by tvhii:h lhe owner can gel her.
JjvJhUw Da) tun, Hi in.
S. H. THOMAS
WISIIKM it distinctly understood Hint be
I. prepared at all llmea to do all kind, of
Carpenter and Job Work.
mlf.1' ,hol' on St. Clair utreet, 1 doer aouth nf
Third f. jj.j,
Rev. VICTOR L. CONBAD, president.
Ktv r. w coitBAD, Vtrs President.
Mias R.F. BtkUHEll, Presiding I'rlurp'l.
TEACIIEES Mra. n. I). f'tisRAi,. Mis.
II. It. Dt-rRoNNR. Miss KsTIIFR CoNlltn. Mra
I, ii. Hinim, Mi M. M. 1'avnr, Miss M. 1..
Obton, Miss Ci.aha Suui.b, Hov. Ukbman
ItuKi ilAKii, Jtlona. ). Hahtiioi KMY.
' The Fall Session
Ot this well-known Seminary for Young Ladies,
will ooaiaMnceon THUHnuaV the nrat ol ariiteni
ber next. It allorda all the advantages of an IneH
tullun of the hlghestgrade In the laud. Th K uni
ty la complete In all It. deinrtinents of Literature,
Kclcute aud Art. l he Bourse ofluttruelio aaeaa
cet every thing that can be Judlol.mil) included in
tb tliorvuah, pcaotiMl aatl acooinpliaawd etlucttea
of a young lady.
rorvnaaeariMW m laamnalloa, tpfly to the
Bernard H. Kramer and hit Before Jamea Turner,
Jv.,i-.H niaurr, re., j. r. DayTOU
PlalotlRS, i- Towaehlp, Mont
, . , . tomeryco .Ohlo.
J. Conrad llauiann. DefL
ON the 27th day of June, A. D , 1859, auiil
JiiBtlee Issued an order of atta.u m lit In that
above action, lor the urn ol Kilty dol ere, wtth iu
t.T.'tt t riKiit p-r K'rni, from Dv.th.Imt iu, Itmi
8Ktdcaune ie ert for trinl un AurusI lo, !&', nt no -clock,
A.M. MALAMltHK i Hl)l'K.
jyl-Sww Att'ye. lor Plaiuniti.
. II Vieff 111
KLEPrt, in oonnection with hiBiupply ot
Woolen Manulnoturer't ertlrlfi, alMirt um
full aiiortment ol Jmlla Kuhtier lhltltir, I'neklntf
Cackinff Htiaa. An. U nul.l oaioauil. -..n ....-.
iitfutit i'liiirii, oiniiuirtfiurrre iin nincnillllTi to
my tofkof fieJtlnx, which it fifty jeroent ehear
thrin au other kiiid of lit' It lug for power and durn
biltty. H:ii aleo on hand Laelnf Leather. Belt Hooki,
Warjn, Machine H unts, hoetle.Au.
NolU'.e to lit mir' CreUilorw.
' WILL nay dividend to creditor o( Ld
- ward Kair on the aoth of sent., hue. t n mil.-
in Uaylon. Owing to lhe eredltore in pert not yet
hiving IiImI their ulaimi, end the prnfcpei-t whUli I
neve of eelllng some of the reel property, in the
aieen time, I ueunot etate the eoiouui ol thfttm
'"I. M. U. WALK KM,
jeM-ltilMtf tr Awinnre.
Notice lo Hit 4'retlllor of I'. C.
1WILL pay a dividend to (he cri'ditnr
of K. H. Oihora on the Juth da? ol Aiiarti.t. lHffe
at oiy oIHw in thfeit) ol Oettuo.
Uwlng to thi (aul thet the eredltore have not ru-nr
all presfiitrd Ihrir tUiUis, 1 cannot itty wtmt the
dividend will he. M. B. WaI.RHH.
Till, Siockholdcra of the Itfiivcrtou o, In
diaa Hippie and Xenla Turnpike t'oiupany ie
hereby ootllled thet a meeting will be held on the
imn oi JUiy, m uie aonool lioiiae 1 in I Irs rust ol
Bvavertowu, near . K. tlarues, nt the piece of
huldlng our annual meetings, t I o'clock, 1'. el.,
for the purioeeof the et4xkhtlilers voting lor or
galnet levying e tea to pey the drl owing on aaid
roaii. 11 y oruer 01 the Board.
(Journal, Oaxette and feriuentown independent,
Stop and Think.
We are prepared to furnish
of all kinds on the shortest notice and s cheap ae
t i-aaa ut. in
KIN.i RHO a frt
Wa aleo have loo eeree of the beet LAND in the
county, a nil lee I rum ley ton, west, which we will
sell In parela to suit purchesere, Iron a arei up to
ed. Kor sale low aud on good irrma.
HINti, BKO. IO.
A LtfOia acres of land 4 uilirs Itoui iatn.
(north) lor eale ei low.
Ait A Oooi bAW MILL espahle of euttlng
tooo lel of lumber per day, on the canal, eules
iruui 'ay .al. aattw att l uw oral UDOr nOOU lor lum
ber, (oek, walautabd poplar) In thestete. tr ale
vrijr itw. UltU. A BHo.
No. 293, cor. of Fifth and Stone Street
THIrilS ONE OK THK OLDKST AND
()..- -m iiuutra ! me west.
pMlUuiaielieutioii will be given todyeing
failet,rrlmeoa.Ialo and all other fancy colors
i ... Hnwhe. end Ufinttra Nh.a.i. : "
, wieviraucu lO Ofd(
"o.o" 'P "oasiantiy oa hand, for, salt,
wholr.ale or eelall at II,. old , 1, ,','
DOUBLE ft aiHai.nrntfcDV;.-"
aiad to order lor uaioww. And all amda'of
Manufactured In tha l,..r.... ..... - .
a -...wi . ' . i"-'.'' time toaillt
... r. :.Ta:. ir'r' "'pri "is te
I aai verv IIikuhIbiI o. ...s. a. .
N. K. .TOifnAV
Attorney end Counsellor
Rive tiro tap. attention to all bit-
11 laitv; w "' . "Cooieaer-
IWII.I, deliver the aliova article lo nny
part of thecllv, al
11 1-2 Cts. Per BnUl.
quality warranted superior to any Ohio Coal In
this maiket, ' .
Iir.ter. lelt t .r. A. MlnloV ,tf tcm.mon and Merit-!
sts., nrat ftwatnle MnnM.willmeel wwl, 111 Itlllltt
r. it. roj..i, a k i
-XKrf UtnotiH. in prime order, iiift
& rece ved. . 1 '
J?1 . ... .. . . L .. , r. s. sin't.t..
t SACKS Arrirnn Tea Nuts' (net arrived.
u J)l ' D. V.' II. SHIM I,
(Journal and Oa'ette etajn ) ,
THK HtockhoMera in the lyytnn ah,l Wrat
A ern Turnpike Road are nntlllril that lhe Hoard
of director, on the U dav ol July, 1I1.1 lan d a IMi I
dend ol lift. (Ml) rent, on llu'.hai-c- payal.le at the
Srcl', .'a otllci. Uu lhe Auditor', rnllcr at falnmnn
thetlst, 'J'M Slid '.Mil of Jul), and .1 the hankliie nl
tlceof V, Winters foniln Oannii.nn Wi-.ine.uav.
"t . N. Ilt'NN, Mo'r.
Jytt-tUwtt ' '
" dr. rrjti,ER, "
1 f f fin art Su rj con
(.raduate uf thr Rcl.onl nl 'clrli,ary .'i-dUinc and
ti,ia'r), i-.ii,n, niM.awi-niulie.
Hl.ea.i-. nf Honrs aclctitlMi-n ly Iti-al.-.l i,r
slsl'let ol ownett or In lils inlltm-ittf.
no at Mr. John Mii-ll..ln-ri: r . Iheiy slal.le,
Ji'lli-r.en t.,Ju.t In Imi Horn.. Iiil.yii.ry In lhe
alley nppnallr ea I rhd nf Mmt-el Hnuee In then ar
of Mr. llrlre HI lie'. Liver. -Ii. . .
July la dtwliu , '
ON yeBterilny, a note 111 111)11 l y I). I! Sl,ei
panl, payaMe In my nnler In ltj ilj, nl a
ban. lit hililtiictow
J. N. IIKMlKliaON.
ire . from lha Cti
Ifit,' on Mnin ifrcrf, 1
tiilf t Holier. Ami timu u !.
TeniM'innrr Hmine. Tdr home Is veil tniri Ut d
ror a Hotel or llo.irdlng House. Ut n nt. nt
I4H fret deep. 1
Vor p.-iit It'll Info, Inoithl nf 1
.i HKNRV K lh I Nf.' I It .
A W T. U A I. r
Gratlinito Veterinary Si(rv(n(
. rTil Ut'(rll ntirrfRNril
- I'liien, unit nntinn lii
it 1 1 err) H:e ije-HliMMit of
MolMeBKIIll t tlle, ;is W II
II M Mf'JS, in flifl llVo Jt'HIH
piftcitre in Irayion, in I't
oinlilv known in tht pub
Ho of ton Kutl n ini-ty.i!erNH-i,,iull.
Ur it u nnd iNi iitM aiit. I'onit-r L'tl xiitl kt f -uii'
tri'i'tti, ni ton, (., Vi'iiTi he tnnj hi- loinul nt nil
houra, Uith dny and nifiht. u
Til 10' ;
a aw ,t i if hi ic I XT,
11KTWHK ' MA I. K 1ST AND Idl'IiTlf.
W. S. ROBINSON,
(MTlVKPK.lK TO Ml flllAIII) K UttUINSOV,',
IS NOW UKi'KU AT THIS KU..
A known rttnnd hie Fol'HTH niiii-iiair. fnr ii.is
eneon,frm .New Vnrh.l'lil atlelphiu, UKtnincre nnd
iiiuiiuunii. n grncrni astOMiueiit ill gt.Oill tiltiialiy
kept HI a ftr-t-eiAii ftrtifr store.
Am tin if the aeeorhneut inn h knnil witultio In.
Ill1' I. r.,n,il. fc.t.-..e. I... , I. I . ..
11 Klie Mtj itjnirli lHflna rrnngiimnai iln.n',
iianuvs nimiuui. witsme, oriij'e iii'' otrer
Ferluinrrvi Fniu-v fionos i t oiv attvU suit outtiiit .
tit-hnt Uttt lu'e, (.i. -mi's. IUnre; Hone, i.oertne,
r rsiigipAim nnd CitmphorAtrd .' npsj I'oiKiLo, Kra
lve utid t-'riiulti old bron-n V.'ii.rttot M.ip, Ac, kv.
A fllll lllie Of Dure-jUlUimni. Iil ltr Imttlr .ir nlnl
for meilU liiiil end tiii'h nlrrtl iultotri, Ttimeri
ftlngpf Wine, and HIM ktwrrry Brna.lT; sri'riotla
rira ijuallty,' nwitanle tor Patent an.l Common
OIU, PAlN'TS. AND VAH"lSIl
Of le' piittlldl- kind, enter Sin! quality.
' J- III' I I .IA KM, .
la great varlrli-.t'oualitdlrt-etlv Iri.m I Iu. M-ni.r-.
llliet., lor.'n.li. and i nn m.d u 111, then fiue, le .old
ai cheap aa any house la tlilt ally. I
l;,L'IMlAV't."U II. .'.h ... ...w. ..
""loll 'ns llVLMA U III 1 J hliS,
For which I am sole ai,-. nt inr this eltv and couutv.
pMlenauptilled at theHannfarlnrerf rlcta.
Of ever, altid now In u.e,
HAIROII a!sD PtiMAfiVN
Of atliatnd different vertetlot,
, WUAtK Oil. KOAJ', ,
Tot lha certaiu ttcetructtvui of inaeets on Plant, and
Coatitr Hat Kiterminatnr, I.yon'a Mok-
eitu inawi i dwuoi; ju iiuu MMrfuinutvr,
ft .tire thing
""'., t-rwi, nan, 11 nitewn.n. Mioe, Ht-tnli, Cu.t
illk. Caipel, lllliuuw. 1'aint. Imii.i.I,. a,n.i-k &n
ao , without ntinihrr.
W1UTK I.KAU AND MNKKKD Oil,.
Of the vers lie.l uuality, aina) t "uliauj; Olat. and
l ), run u iii,i. .,i .HuH l,a.
In ell. lie.. WM, ,...' ,,f ,r3t lill.'il.l, . A Ur.e In,
ill Varnl.li iMingl.l ri-cetitly at li.le.d tale In Nrw
tort, whleh I, in ell ti de.lrr. al lea-than I lu
RobliiBon'. Hair Tonic, Lolngne Cuiigh lulMiire, 1)1
arrlm a t.onlial, lli.r.e I.11. 1,11, 1,1, (re l',,(rr
ae.,..'., guarantied to glveeuiire .ntl.lHc-Ui.ii
Slouu'a t.'onditioii J'owder, Honshu,,,
Phy.lcliia,precrl.tl..iiai-arerully and accurately
oouiiKiuniUH, ol the la tl inedlclnea none olhVr
hall lie u-d.
Tornv Iriendtand the puhlk generally I would re-
... . n... ,, .....H.. ,r lllr (K.erai patron-
age extended 10 the late nrm of H. H , and would
kindly aulluil Ha ounlliiliaoce, a. al.o an examina
tion ol my etmk hy tho.e who have uot hereto
loie patrouled lhe house.
I am permanently located here, and expect lo make
friend, and ouatouiera hy lair dealing-.
llultlreii .ml to lur .tore lur aii)lhing will he
walteil up n and the .aine price charged aa II their
parent, tame tticiuarli ea.
A l.rar aaaorliuenlof Fruit Jars 01 thelalest allies
and . scaling Wax. '.
Dili DS AND fAOKS.
Bird Nee.1, and. Iu short, ever) thing l.clongmg
Ktrlctl) tu in) tin. uir.a. "
. W. a. ftoiiixsoN.
Man and Woman
WOULD any to tho diaeiiwd of body , r
inlnd.that hi. atav In n.vt..n 1. 11...,....'
hence the note.. It, 01 liiaaiug imniiMlale aiuilira-
11011, 11 you wi.n to ne ne,.,l ,, , our nialadiea
lleaollcll. no iwtlent. except thoa given itpcieiv
whereel.e a. lucuiahlu. The lea.ler iiul.t hrie
ask, doea ha really cure uoh uwi.wan hi. alali-
iiie.n. no ne cuici an, .uin e.c. in I'ny-
ton or are hi. curea all on palnr and al.r oil I In
reply, he would aay. he haa cured, aw' ia (iirieg
eveiy day. juat such ca.e.. He ha. le.Uii.u
lieann wr.oiia 111 linyton, who have hecii .iiiterinu
linm ailiiii.dl.raae., ,. ten and lute ....
and upward., iu a few days. II line eurrd and la
cilllng a clauofdlw a.ea, that have hallird the. kill
nf the aie.li. .1 pnilrB.inn Iu all nei.ol the w, rid
The eerier might here ll.i,,Hre. I,, l,t uieal...ueh
woliderlul curi. are pcrlornieol ,V.t l.y irrilallug
thedriiaale aaemliranra 01 vital 1 rgane, t,y dru
ging ths Bluoi.ch. t.ut hy dlreet api .lica'toii ii.l the
I........ .... M.rniM or el.cliiiltv.
Again, It might l aake.1. ha. in.t .I-..1 . 1...,. .. ..
oi ployed aa a remedial agrnt lor year. Imth in Ku-
....ui,eu aiaiee. wiin ladlllerrut auc-B.-..I
And, are uot numhera now uim, 11, m our
very DiiJ.t, with nol .ll, r rcsulll Thl. la all letv
truvi and when we eou.idrr too iguurauve and
racalM.aeaa duplaj .d la IU appilcatlun. il.e rr.ull
aa. ben more laiuiahls tl.sii could haie hi-en au
tlclw1ed. It haa hern eonaldrrrd aa neneltcial in a
few caara, uoli.aud uncertain vu mlhoae. Iheie
haa keen no nxsd principle lor epp lying the 'Agent,
and, therefor, aouuifotw re.till could haveL.et-u
anticipated; but owing to the Ineudly relalicn cx
Utlng hetweea lctrielty ami heallii, reuaikatile
cure, have Iven perloi ml, whuh haie len loekid
upoaas lutky hit, rather than the retail ol a nxed
law. Iheuuuiaiicediapiayedia lhe aOmiuiairatiou
ol thia uilghty Agent, it unlttruoualile.
The currant I. geaerally applied Umuh the handt
or feet In auoh ower aa to couvuiae the whole u.r
vou. .uacul.r tylteni, and leeueally pruduciag
Irreparalile Injur) i aiuuuliii.e. ill. applied hy mean,
of nielalieoouduclora todnrerant parte ol the body,
wliieo. 1. dual lo a proceaa ol caulerltatlou. oih
eta place their patient. Iu a truugh nf water, an. I by
Uieaii. ot the Uaivanio Hatter, eatrael their vitali
ty, and when contluued for any conaldrrahle length
ol time, the effect upou the Mvr.oue system 1 .mil
lai to that produced by otcr-doeae ol tlrychnliie or
nr. ( namnerlln haa Been the elteet of .uch treat-
neat for year., aaal th reeiiit baa generally proted
luyurloua tut ie pallet la, piov 111 couciu.lv el) , that
ao person thould ta.uuie the reap.-ii.lbll) ol aiiniin-
kttarlna hi imwerlui t retuedi without u.t-rB.-...iu
lug 11. errtctt uimn the huiu.n org filiation, k. vary -thing
eoaaected with Ur. I'.'a electrical oieratioiia
lauew aud original with hiiuaeil. il,s phlloaophy
for the ieetncal law. 01 III, health and dlaeae, la
new. lilt reltablt tiethod for dlaguoall ol ulau.
by ele'trwal coatracl, la uewj at, alao huiaaporlant
diMovary In th ut el th poaitiv and negative
IHilaritlet lo lhe h uaiau bod) Uu the tale and .jieedy
ptiMwvai of a'l dlteaaea. All ts new, and tuutuoi.
to medical aieu, aud alt olhert tacept (ht lew who
a.i w-ru mainioivo oj mm. Hy init auodt of ap
ply lag electricity there It ao guee work, ua uucr.
laiais, auaiaiteroi uouol a. lo t
1 the reault that will
l he dl.eaaed are Invited local! aad wllnaaa tk
woiKlerlul .urea he IB dally pee nwatlu.
Ultlce, No. we Ihlrd .ue.l.
N. B. Ur tl. now praiae to give ttrie of lev
lure, and toaveraatloiL eapialuuif Ike eltcirlcat
law. ol llle, health ami JlM-a; al.o. a lull
lluu 0 hi luiaui taut aUawu.ery I the apulicoUoM
ef electricili rot Ihecuie ot diteaaff.
Tito 4.ng lo Julia tk elaa Mould taa.
tin! djyitUo i tu jv. Jrit