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DAYID CLAM, IDITO& rBOFBIROK.
Friday ETnln, Julya9. 1839.
Democratic State Ticket.
RUFUfl P. HANNEY, ofCnyehopa County.
WILLIAM H. KAFKOUI, of Rom County.
i jriMi or tii i mmn chert,'
HENJIY O. WHITMAN, r Fairfield Co.
Al'DITOR or STATB,
l. VOLNKY DORSHY.of Miami Coonlv.
TBSAarlKR or STATU,
Wll.lJAM UUSIINELL, of Richland Co.
HWHItTAUT or STAT),
.IA(Xrt RKINUARI), of Franklin County.
j HOARD Or M RLIC WORKS,
JAMEfcTOMIINSON, of WshinRton Co
'('OWNON MTROOI. roMMIMtONRR.
CHARLES N. ALLEN, of Harris. Ce.
CTlirading Miller on Every Fa ire j
tuKor Locals, Telegraph, and other
The August Exodus.
Monday iteit, August 1st, will be a great
day with the ladies and gentlemen from Afri
ea, and the genus of every shade and hue
in the United Btatee, if we may eicept the
few "friendly Indians, who linger about the
graves of their forefather," It will be the
anniversary of the emancipation of the slaves
in St Domingo; and we notioe by the "pa
pers friendly to the movement" that very
itenaive preparations are being made
throughout the country to have the event
marked with tremendous eclat Ethiupe
will have on her b?st harness, and her big
guns will tiplude at every prominent point
in the I 11 ion.
We doubt very much whethor one.fifth of
thoae who will participate, understand really
what they propose to make all this rocket
about. It has been in doubt for several
whether the St Domingo exodua has
of much practical benefit to the colored
raco. We have not aeen the claim set up
of late years, that the oondition of the peo-
pis "over there" has boen improved materi-
ally, lndeed.it is eretty certain that the
is the ease. We do not venture one
word In favor of slavery when we affirm that
the blacks of the Island are verging again
towards their original wildness and barbar.
ism. The "anniversary," however, will
doubtless be kept up for all time to come,
simply because it has beeo established as a
day of general rejoicing among the colored
fulks. To all this we do Dot offer an oh-
It is probable that the occasion will be i
improved by the opposition to call out and
liot the exact number of those of decided
light shads who may be, by denperate
chances, and through partiality of judges of
election, squeesed into the ballot box this i
fall. The meetings will be opportune, and
will ese th teonhla of aarehjng through
out-of-the way preuinots for light colored
nosss. The decision of one or two judges
on the Koserva 111 give confidence to "high,
r law'' gentry, and they will go about their
wrrk on next Monday with a will. St. Do
mingo forevei I
Effects the Treaty of Peace.
The Italian war, although concluded be
fore Louis JVapoleoD had fulfillod his origi
nal promises, will productive of great
benefits to the Italian people, and of the per.
manent injury to the rule of Austria in
that country. The despotism which she has
hitherto exercised over the northern section
of the Italian confederacy is effectually
crushed, and aha ha been completely driv
en out, holding a foothold only in Venice.
Lombardy has been wrenched from her,
and plaoed under a free Italian government
This btute is one of the finest portions of
Italy. Lying at the foot or the Alps, and
watered by tha tributaries of the To, it en
joys a salubrious climate, possesses a rich
t soil, and with the blessiog of liberty and
. frsa institutions, its inhabitants would have
f ail the advantages that can be combined in
ny oountry in the world. Uy the recent
Weaty it is placed under Sardinian rule,
. which frees it from all the restraint of Aus
trian despotism. The Sardinians enjoy a
comparatively free government, and liberty
of conscience, and are exempted from the
exactions and oppressions with which Aus
tria is accustomed to load lubjeota. The
peaoe, though disastrous to Austria, causing
her to give up a large portion of her posses
sions in Italy, does not, however, give en
tire satisfaction to tha Italians. They
placed implicit faith in the promises of the
French Emperor that he would expel tha
Austrian entirely, and not permit them to
retain a foothold within the borders of tin ir
territory. In accordance with this belief
they made wonderful sacrifices in tho oon
teat, fought with heroic ardor and were ant.
mated by the hopes that their liberty was to
be made secure beyond all peradrenlure.
Instead of this, the treaty was entered into
between Franee and Austria, without coo.
suiting the Sardinian government, and the
Auatrians are left strongly pjated in Ven
ice, from which point they can again over
run the country s soon as tht Freiwh in
fluence is withdrawn. The oonsequence of
aueh a procedure upon the part of Napoleon
is that Count Carvun, the leading spirit of
Sardinia and head of the ministry has re
signed bis position, and the Sardinians are
exasperated in the highest degree. In hie
farewell address to his army, Napoleon at.
CenipU to justify his course in making so
sudden a peace by declaring that " peace
was eonehiiled because the contest was about
to assairae proportions no louger in keeping
with she interests which Frauoe had in the
war.'' . Prussia, by the advue of England,
bad proclaimed that if the Kreueb crossed
ike If iooio she would take It as a proof
that bepoleon Intended to enter uponaca.
reer of general conquest, the same as Napo
leon 1 did alter bis Italian campaign, and
that (ha would feel herself called upon to
reader aid to Austria in the contest. Eng.
land would, of course, give the entries of
France all the assistance in bar power, and
Europe would thus become involved in a
If we are to plaee any awnfldenoe in the
professions of Napoleon it was to present
eucb a fatality that he ewuiluded peae id
4he lime he did. Hut be evideody has some
ulterior objeot in view which has not yet
' tieeo revealed. The most friendly feelings
already exist between the Emperors of
aVraooe and Austria, and it is rumored that
. . 5Tspo!oon and Eugenie are soon to visit Vis
' m - The juriaiiatiea given to the Pope,
f kbc-eb aeereiy sWttisaL fcsj tye) prodeafc.
'"lrvM, however, pro-
Its of genrrnl dissatisfaction, and ho rm !
bnrni in effigy kI Milan Mn after the fact
.if his Ini'testi-d iffr its mad known
The atrocities lately ennimtttad by lh Tat
pl troops, litre made thetn theobjecte of as
muck detestation as lha minion pf Austria,
and were tho top tndowed with unlimited
power oror the people of Italy, Ins govern
ment would, In all probability, b little bets
ler then the one for which It has been snb-1
stituted. Hi. jurisdiction.., however, euh. ;
ject to such rterictiom tliut lis preserves ;
but lb shadow of powor. ' !
The kiv at dbjnctbin to the terms of'the (
.rr,, n.. , ,n permttunff me a.is-
.r,. , rema.n in , cn,c. 1 l...r Co,,,lato
..Mil. nn wn. .11 lt.. . TJ ... fc...
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a liniaiiiDK stroke to tl.o ramthiiun and
n.,.l. ll.. .:(,...
Thcrsare many tpemlntions In England
' """ i"'i"n i prnro auu 11a
resiiiia, ana concerning tlie ulttninte olj ot
of Xnpoleon, and it la stated Unit nothing
hll Imnal. ro.l lo in.l.i... V ..n.l I..
sirciiif tlici.iiKt lier uefenscs. I' curs are en.
r A..... 1' ii-
tertained ol an Autro-l' ranee alliance,
Unnn lurh 1 foolincr aa avitl ml.i.nnf iI.a
Isnfetr of the other nation 1 of r'nn,i -
aucru uy an inutility to uiidemtnrjil the ln
ture intentions of Napoleon, They are not
entitled to credit and but little confidi'iiee is
put In thetn on this side of the Atlnntie.
hear them. The candidates for Governor,
particularly, have been in every precinct
throughout the Slate ; and if we may judge
rrom our Kentucky exchange, they have
had exceedingly warm diseiiaaiona. It la
pretty generally conceded that IWiah Mc
years j Ooflin, the Democratic candidate for Or Ter
pen nor, wiU W, tll4 opp(iliun candidate,l,.h.
T. Bell, and that the State ticket will be
I eleoted by a majority of from 3000 to 8000,
1 be.ido. the oleotion ol nearly all tho Con.
gressmen. The r.-sult of the' Kentucky elec
reverse tion will be looked for with intense interest
throughout the L nion. Wo look to it with
The Kentucky State election comes clTon
Monday next, Aug. Kt It i probable that
never beforo in the history of political par
ties in that Slate has a oanviias been ao ex
oiling, and bitter as the one which will end
on Monday next The candidatea, from
thoae for (iovernor, down to the foot of the
uctei, nave met each other upon the mump,
and during the season hare euoken to everv
TOtcr who could bo induoed to turn out and
IT"' Su ?" t'"t (ioorge W. Mat.
ohie?f of the New York Police, is
about t0 P"11'"1' Jictiunary ol the rogue's
,d,aIect' worJs n'P'jed by thieves,
burK,14r". to1 j"bbers, and oilier depreda
jention. U)Tt "imn P'uperty. A lurgo proportion of
"' wnrJ" ire tram ,IB (;iP,y diulect, with
a mixture of Jehrew and Sanxoript So
perfect is the rogue's language, that Mr.
Matsell drclures that two tliiero of Uill'.T
ent countries, perfectly ignorant of eaoh
other's vernacular, aro ablo to converse in-
'""'K'b'y by nsing this dialect alono,
fkayCotuit Clum, the coinmundcr of the
first corps d'-irmee, was at last accounts in
Vienna, and as a reward for his olumsinees
was to have ono of the corps about to leave
fur the Hhine. It ia not known whether
Prince Edward Liohtenstein is to retain the
command of the second corps d'armee,but it
ia supposed he will be dismissed. Count
Xedwiti, the commander of a cavalry divis.
ii n, will, nt his own request, be brought be
fore a eourt martial.
&.An ingenious rascal posted himself
by the railroad track at Moosup station
when a Methodist excursion train was rc
turning from Providence to Norwich, Ct., a
few days ago, and as the lu lies waved their
handkerchiefs from the cur windows, he
reached up and caught a whole armful of
them at once. He escaped with his plunder.
That is what we oall nn ingenious "wipe."
High Hyer and Heenan.
On Saturday night a quarral oe-urred at the Dox.
tar Hoaae. in Brootu ftreot. between two noted
pugili.Li John 11mdd and Tlioniu liytr, wniuh
for an ioiiant throntened lerioui con.etiuenrua
The qiia-rel grew on! of (lie re-eut oownr.il- at.
.ia up air. ur.ii.a in lli.Hlon In mil WHO, and
w are obliged to give a iketob of tho causei
of that Uo, Ionian attempt at murder, to order to
explain m mure recent all raj in ihUcitr. Thus,
A few weeke lince, a Boiton ruwjy, named
James McUuthoeuu, oaai to Lb it oilv. Tl,l man
ii said t'j hare our uinoed a conviction her fur
burglary by lb ikin of hi tulh. and ooranin re
port assert! that he U at thlt l.ine the hutband of
a notorious bouse 0 prostitution in tho "hub of
Hie univtre," tlie inodoru Athens, boiton. Tho
onjsot 01 nil villi neremiued to b to have a high
old drunk, in the courso of which reoreation be en
countered Heenaa, whom he grossly insulted, and
got outotly knooked down for his pains. Tom Hy
er, who is said to be a particular and lntiuaie
friend of Mi-Culcheon, is charged with baring told
that pink of Boston propriety, that if he didn't "get
van" with Ileouau he was a cuuilouned uiasuuline
oHipring of r female ol the canine family. It is al
leged that in ronsequenca of this advte of Mr.
Hyer 'a, tb allniabl Md.'utrheoo mustered I ho
crowd of Uoilon roaghs who attempted t beat
Uasuan's braius out ou his visit recent to that me
tropolis. Ib report of liver's inlerleran... I...I
come to llaenan'a ears ad mad him naturally
.uu.nu. ...,(. j.. Uu oou.ruay iHft unenan and
Hyr met at the Dexter l.ouo aforesaid, the lat
ter individual beinir, as the storv aoes. vary ilmnk
andabusiv. ileanau beinir sober, and withal a
paaoabl man whenever bis ' muacle" out uo m,,n.
y in bis puraa, bora with ilyer's insults fur soma
ume, cui at last was proroasd to lay that Jlyrr
bad put on tb Boiton benutr. oi(a?utrbeuii. m
head a gang of rowdies against him for (ha pur
pose of "lu-kitis;" blm.
To this stalenitnt ilyr ro.ponded to lb effect
that if lle.nsn or auy olbarmau laid that, ba was
a"d dllar ' Unenan then spoke to this effect:
"Tom. you're an old man: I dont want to .tr.k.
you; I don't want to bav anything to do with you
oa uiai Moumii, .mi 11 suy oiusr man told me that
I should bit him." Hy.r at tbii became very in
sulting, aud declared that he could "whip lleviun
or any oilier man for $.'0,Uuo." Ueenan remark
ad he ha t not got iiQ wi, but would fight him fur
110,000. To thii Uytr agreed, and parties pre,
eat were prooeeuiug to draw up arliulus to that el.
feet; when Hyr reiterated that he would nut light
for lets than tio.OvO, IJoenun then told him that
he would tiht for flO.OUy, and artlele were
drawaup between Jonn U oan and Thomas Uy.
r t Bght fair fight In a roped arena, according
totbanew rules of the London filng, io nine
uioaibs Inia ibe 1 ih duy of July, looii, for tie,
0(0. The articles were signed by Unenan, who
deposited ball a dollar with fie italuholdar to bind
the bargain. II jar sl.o But up lb half a dullar,
but declined to sigu the panor until the seat day,
rmarking,buwever, tbat ns would go out on th
sidewalk aud aght him for the half dollar. Ueaa
an Instantly sreoJeJ to this tironosltiaa. laid oU hi.
ooat and walked out 00 the sidewalk in front of
the Jietier Uoua. II jar followed him, but In
stead of putaiii vp bis hand to tight. Instantly
drew a pistol from fci uuoket and prosonud it at
Haenaai hissrin was ragL Ly a maa sundlug
aar ay, and lb ctowd iaaieotlf Woi,i in and pre
vented any flgb' or assassination, )'be rnides
to Ight were dutroyed, and probably no further
trouble will com of th affray, It seams all la
bav orijttuatail from tb abusive court of liyer
whan to liquor, aud all th spectator of lb seen
anil In tb declaration that Ueenan was sober and
unductad himself oil suoderalioa, viodnge de
sir to avoid all trouble until tt was poiiiiraly
furodupon hun. .V. 1' rn'ouHs, 10(4,
No Craa mo Pay.M. Vriee, the "Blosk
Doctor'' ol Paris, agreed to ours a provincial
troduman of a oanoer on payment of2(Haj,
down, and VM!)(r. ou the eompletion of the
our. The patient, Ijwwever, died, and his
family oalled oa riea to restore the UoOOfr.
but he refused, 'i'hev brounht an notion
againt Uiiu. The trihunal decided that, as
Vries bad undertaken to effect a cure - and
had aoifulflW tlie ohlialio. b-i
back the SJOOlify. , , '
onAa aoLAnra j
jlt Is A J. I'jfl I . I JV
WILL buy and ael. on Commission Real
JT r;,","""l "'''. "on-t". Land Warrant.,!
Note. M..II,..,. .,., U collection. AM
Hate loans. Will ln,t. .,n,l Warrante, lii. irw!
OITl je wlta T. J. S. Smith, Eq.,
, V(U f.D . all at.enti ,
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fr';'" ' 'r Fmperty or
..iin, iniw .
0MIO R..AS. Allrn, t), flanr... II. r,rr.
ruiton, imtkr ami wuiimrniiniir.
ILMtCOIU Lawn .-, HmMa,,.!, Crwf.,id
MI8SOUKI lihaiiion.Wl.iKion, Madiimn
iIIf), H. vihUcU. drnoa and
IOWA feinil, linohanan, Ituour, Cui
- "un i.r.
Kamaey iiie,, scott
an... c arr onuii'a launn. A4W 11 I .'Atnllirr.1
ton ih ,M.i,i...iri,;.ir,n,. A ... "
.. tlPK'iUi.llOiiig, Third urtwt.
SMALL Farm of from 30 to
Willi good loiproveatrnli, rholcL Irilll, good
aoil,ai..lW'all.ie.ai.dlamllv. iron Ihla'lly.
Th i.H-aii..n Ri.i.t i hi.i,, e..ui.uh.ni,, . ii,..
,w .', .no aurrounoing oouiliry,
noun-SB, h un lull parlliMilara,
fit vs e. rr.AtiK k.
R.-al Kslate Agent, 9.1 at.
A HANDSOME new two story Brick
tiwelllng (double) on Drown street, that will
nt f.i i.a et.a i t.NT. on Tn: invv.st.mi kt.
For Bale by I MAS. K. l l.AHKF.
j"" Tegg a lltill.lt ig, 3.1 SU..I.
CITY PROPBRTY ! I
Jefferson .1. A handaome Iit. West side, below
Sthes. Nioall Fraui uiHin It.
Recoud st.IMiiBe ami Lot he ow Pern , north
aide. Moiiae, Two lory Hrlck
Brown at. imhmII llm kee -t. I.ar." llrlik
nroivr. l ."""",n,l.,"! ,
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Iirl.-li Himite, orfl (Vilnr, Wril,
a i.f-iist nv. tt 111 r'iis in umj IU
D'T I'i'tit. 011 (he in valuM-nt
McDonoTigh it. lineilp Mwrr. Ttvtv-thiij t'rm
Hoi ?. litMKlM.
Fifth al . CtirutT of Mtiittbfssntsyry . Fine Lot.
HmAll l-Yiims Mount.
FOMTV I.OTI-dn tho HUll. -t wwii StUml White.,
atl a I a nr? number ol vnrAiit l.ote
111 ilitr rt'itl jmrtl ol the cttj. For
ait' dlitMii.ttr (orxi hriixi. lor othrr
CHAH. K. (I.ARKK
Hl lrMtite A f flit,
rif-KK' "HMtiiK, '.Nut.
O.J I Ai.'KKSin Illinois miles froniSum
w I J ntr, on the? o. fc M. H. II., one hundrtMl Acrfii
Improvcil, the re-iiiAlmlcr tlmlwr ofooti tjuAlitv,
tlc'l, rich, hIIuvIaI eoil.
TiifrMi- t wo-foutl Dtvt'lllng Houseiou thn prtm-teei,rnn'f-nttiit
outhotit-, nni, In t!i- miiUt ot a
Thie farm it nlltTPil At the low price rf 1? nt?r
Aorr, Im-Iiik iniit-li letie thnn tte value. K01 ,( hy
1 n-t. j,. 1. a 11 it f-.,
Hr-tl f'ttfttt Atrt'nt,.i) eirtt-t
r H,. r... ...1. . t,i . .
. .... n,..n ,. r.- o.o u
a new and haudauiiie realdenuo ou Vd atreet, I.e.
.7. u,y".. . . .. ... ....
'I be llouae la I'irge andconimodloiis, with .ill the
III be .old
iocai-mi. and 111 a good iii-thl.orhood
cneal), II application I. Hindi
('HAS. K CI.AIIKK.
Heal Kstate Agent, Clegg'a Biiiidlug.
Of) At .'RES of Land in IlliuoiH.on
yV)UlU or uearilnes 01 Hail Huaus, comjiri
sing luipruved Farm. aud wild luiid.
Totho-e having nuall rariualn this section, that
will sella! a good price, t would aiy sell, and go
where you can get a laiy tract of land at a low
price, and wher yuu will have equally good mar
ALSO, 10,000 Acres well eoloclod Lnnd,
In Mlsaourl, both the quality aud title of which
I will guarantee. For sale or exchange for oth
er property, on the moat desirable terms.
ALSO, A small but choice Farm in ('lark
County, well Improved, will b .old cheap, and
city property taken tn part payment.
ALMO, A hue Lot on Ludlow St., between
ttb and 6th, 1 18 by 90 ft. alley back.
ALSO, Unrdun Lots of 7 acres each, on
tb Hlver Hoad, near the olty.
ALSO, A A slory liriuk business House, on
Jert'orson, between 3d and lthats.,and n desirable
reaidenceonsth t.,bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Fine iuipoved Property in "Miami
City," and 'ii.y ton View," In trade of from 3 to
Uacre.. All loraaletMKAl'by
CHA.B. B CLARKE,
febll Heal Katate Agent, Clegg's Building.
ALSO A handsome Residence on &th St.,
between Main and Ludlow; S story Brick, well
iiirnisneu au i naii.iaoii.ely mipruvcu yaru. fay.
mentseaay. I HAH. K I'l.AIIHIl,
mhii Ileal F.state Agent, Clt'iiglii Uuhllng,3ilit,
J Of) ACRES, 10 miles from the city, im
I tJ"Lf proved, orchard, Morings, etc.
1ft aoros timlter, and M norea tM.ttom.
frtuo $40 pur acre. Fur .ale by
( HAS. K. CLARKK,
mliS Heal Kstate Agent, 3d street.
A FINE Lot on Steele's II ill, containing
7 acres .leautlfolly .United will be sold
cheap, ou application to
( HAS. K. CI.AIIKK,
aprl Real Kstate Agent, Sd street.
LAND WARRANTS KOLUillT A SOLD
At CinninnAtl t)uotAtline, or locati'd ia Iowa,
Kau has, Nebraska, or iIiMiirl , Uy
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( INCORPORATED 1851.1
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QASH CAPITAL, $20.000.
CH AH. K. CLARKK, Agenl,
Jefl Clegg'a Hulldlng, ad st.
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; NEFF, ItKNNET i CO, Proprietor.
ft. t.-t .
. nmwnt. a .
', Cook and II Gating StOVOS,
, AI.WAVa riv H.Mn
..- . "
VITV. A UK M AN L FACTUH I N(J THE
V , ,, , ". .
, following C.M.kStovee, and are prepared to 1111
"B A NO-UP" AIR-TI(HIT,
"IVIPrinVKn BANfl llP
"CLINTON A III. TIOHI,MKl.vatd Oven:
'KINO OF FTOVKK," Klevaled Oven.
Tin Pinto Slnvea, Six and Seven Plate Heat
ing Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Ac, Ao.
CAST TEA KETTLE 3,
A VPRT SVrXRIna ARTirl.H.
Our BANU-HP AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVF: ha
i no auierlor H conllniiea to be a great lavorlt
We could ml a volume with teatlmuiilal., if It were
w Are AffnU for 19 ihIc of the
ToU Knnce hAetteen fottrn up within a few monthi
mit, rtnil hA inaAyAdvAntAffeeovertlietiM HAiiKee.
Uo you want a mjierlor liAugel (Jnli otl exnmine
T70 Third itreet, Duvton, Ohio.
J7-3milmw iNEKF, JiKN.Nk l CO,
Prices Reduced !
J II A ' K now on hnml An extonsive lot of
FINS GO0DH FOB BUMMER WEAK,
which I pro) Km to ti-ll At
PfilCES GREATLY EEDUCED
lortbe ileal I wo months KOH THK CAHH.
'i'bo-o waiithig clothing ready made, or made lo
' r. " "00 rret.iy rneir AiivAroage roenii.
Heiuenilr Hie place Cheap More, South- Writ
corner Ihlrd and J. llereon sis
T. is. i.rwis.
1. s. I have alao a locond hand llr proof sale for
' iAle very clu'Ai
' Notice to BnilderB.
j C EALED Proposals will be received at the
omce 01 me i lera or me Board 01 Kducatlon. at
. cu,, , haiuher (ivh.oe plan and specllka-
I Hon- can be aeen) until the III day of Augi'at next,
fnmlehlnr materials ami bull. Hog an addition to
tin. North. n.t K,.h..,.i mbb 'i-h. .A .1
i under the dli-ectlonolthe Building Committee, who
reaerre the privilege of fiirniahlug all thejolatsn.
o.-r.B-.ijr .or .or oiiuoiiig, me co.I Ol Hie lime fO De
deiluctod from the contract price.
Payments as follow: One-hnir the amount to
1-e paid by the 211111 day of December next, the rnl
aliceon or beforethe let or July, itwo.
Any further liilurmallnn can lie had by calling on
either or the coinnilltee.
HAV10 A. WARFIIAM, 1 ,,..
JONATHAN KKNNKV, J Building
K. LIN11NLV, ( to"-
JH0 (Journal and Gasette copy )
Thefollowlnlng list of NEW BOOKS.Just ree'd.
By WII.LAKU WHKATON.
flodey's Lady's Itook for August,
Empress Catharine the Second.
Discovery of the Circulation of the fllood.
The Tin Trumpet
Lady's Manual of Fanoy Work.
Hints to Hurae-Keepers.
A New Scries of School Geography,
READfcRS, SPELLERS, AC.
Theological and Mlacellaneoua Books.
A I.IUKRAL DIBOOCKT
Mailt- to CLsiaovsf KM and TEACtlEm.
, , a-S THIRD STRKtT,
Jyle One door West of tho Town Cioou.
Sandnsky, Dayton and Cincinnati
REDUCTION OF FARE TO OHIO
ON' and after Saturday, July 10th, the rate
from Hay ton to Ohio White Sulphur Springs and
return, will be e7 0.
jvlS-dJw JOHN H. HUDHON, lup't.
A j iku yMla 0 atltnt nj, lying
M six mile aat of Dayton, ou th Yellow
K'" "",d' "" "'r mi low 8urM ad """"ahi
The'r ar seventy acres under cultivation, the
remainder being heavily tlinheied. There Is upon it
a House, Barn aud Oui-blllldlngai an orchard of 70
oroirge bearing tree, of ood Iruit, a nv.r-fll-CA
Ing spring, affording running water for atook, be-
""' w" u' f"" water, at Hi bousei toget.ier
wuh ,,,uPry ? g.K;d liiue.tone. Th. wholS larm
Is well .tanged and lias on Itgood fence.
Tha situation 1, healthy, aud It I altogether th
cheapest and most dealrabla farm now ottered for
It hi lie Wine,
MKDOC.t UORDEAUX CL A RET WIN ES,
Of the ttnestquallty and at the lowest price)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FINE CH1AKS, SWISS CHEESE,
LIMRlllv'.iEIUnd KRKUTEU KASSE.
CAPT. L. MARKGRAF,
No. 276 3d atreet, west of Post Office.
Jy l (Journal and (iasette copy.)
Ho, Y Anglers.
I A LL rn J. K. llobhart and got a nice fth
1 I'"'. I have got nice ones, and no mistake.
J. k. (i.
J 1 Y Houae and Lot, No. 24 Centre alreet,
XI L i. i, Ally person dealrtng a nice little
home, can now have an opportunity of aeuurluaoa,
on easy terms, by applj lug aoon to
JOHN K. GKHHARD,
orlo Wii.i.iaws Wali.ai i, Dayton, Ohio.
WILL ha received at the office of the
"ccretarv or the Board of education of tha
City of Dayton, until the 10th day of August, IH6S,
for furnishing the schools wllh SOU cord, of good
iilO'qr augartr nrewood. Hid must be for not
Ulan OA ui.rAu ' r.mir.n, .h.rIuI ... ik.inu.ui
Uv order of tb Board of kduaatlon
Jy-dliwtt A. A. BUTTBRFIKLD, See'jr.
FARM FOR SALE!
aalu in thla part 01 the oountry
For furiber parllculaia,call 011
M. P. NOLAN,
,. , "' " Atu"?ii
,.." .. .5 . "' '
lavasa-aj; IU us'lllja; aailf ltis-rw,
CEALE)) Proposals will bp received at the
Auditor', omce.of Uontgomery county, Ohio, la
nu,... . wmun.iii wouiaoHiei
Dayton, until o'clock. A. hi., oa
Saturday, August C, 18,y.),
For th erection of a Bridf across the Miami Rlv
er, at i;arroltou, baliig near wher th County Road
leading from Carrollou west erosse said river.
Bids will be received for the masonry and super
structure, separata for the Jobeompler.
Plan and apeolttoBtioaa an be seen at th afore
said ottiua, wher the uuadlltoo uf paysnejita, Ac,
will be mode known.
Bridge fp lieconi 'letad tiiil fnll.
By order of fbe County Commls, loner,.
DANUL Ii. DkYDtSN.AVudltor.
9(10 3 ni 2i bu"h- Htrk Mil' RKe
AV, IVJXJ siwcalved hls day. W caa supply khip.
per. and Millers la any quantity, AT i-OVY Flu
I'Mka, a Ih cheap ct sire of '
, JOHN, VAN OOHKN CO.,
.Jul H No. OS, oor. Main and lid Sts.
TO FISHERMEN I "
C1ANK Rods, Line, Hooka, rinkrs, eta., o( th.beal
J quality lor n.hrrmen, at h Grocery ator of
'.'.' " ', N. Ja ism strsasi.
ON AN J) A FTElt
I ... a-l a. n
I). V. WINTERS,
No. 94, Main at.,
i.i. ri'T ni"
Down to CLOSING OUTPIUCKS!
H Is preparing for Fall ruii lisscs, and 1hne
tlft 1 1 Inn
BARF. BARGAINS I
SHOULD OALL IMMEDIATELY!
A SUPI'IsY EVERY DAY!!
XK IiftT rondo prsitivo ond amplu r
rttnrftnrnte for prorurlnit Blicuhrrrlfit ev-
'rrT.Tiiiinn.iii.-M(iiii All.) HO H1EI.PII IIimu rl
, low as they can be alli.rd.-l, by tlKquarl ordrawer
Uenli. men wlu.rleslre to buy a quanlltj will Iw sold
: berries low by Hie drawer. We will put them at Mis
lowest ratra-mara that.
. W, II. DRANDENnVWf) k CO,
J Sil, Third atreet.
JUST received, Stone .liifa, Milk. Cream
and Butter Jan, (hums, du.t sirra Uli.g Iroln
I to S gals.
HKCKOKB, REM LBV It MAXTON.
ICO DOZ. (Unas Fruit CnnB, "Improved.''
lUUvsdos. " " i. wiiii corks.
" " Tin lops,
ItUMLEY A M AXTON'H.
Just received at
DRS. JACOB & E. W. BOSLEK,
Offict 177u': lptidrce 6S A 177 Mmntlrnt,
Special atteullonglven to CHRONIC r-i8e.4sea,and
Diseases of Woiueu and Children.
unlce Hour Prom 110 10 A. .11. , and t to J P. M.
llr. Jacoti Blatter speaks the German Inruruar...
Gum Drops, Fine CanclieB.
HRANDKNIil'Rtl A CO.,
NO. SOU THIRD ST.,
HAVE just received, direct from N, York,
by express, a supply of choice
Gum Drops, Mixcil Cmulios, &o.,
Which will he mid at Wholesale 01 Helail, oil fa-
l.iij 11 o rice,
and Soft Drof s.
All of which are fienh, atnl very nice. Th )' have
receive., also ly name exjirom acholoe asiortiucut ol
at lno Mixed Candies,
Ward' Opposition Steauiboul I.iiic!
CHEAPEST FARE YET.
' "" a-ure 110 kartlirr limit
- ... . .
The Fust and splendid Upper Cabin Steamer
CPT. .1. P.WARD.
oaves 9. D. a C. R. H. Dock. K.nd, ...... .....
(Sunday's excepted) at ly. o'. loek, P. si. lor ('leva
.uiiu, a ....nn in Lie, .i.qii s; o.3!l f. .M.I
necllng with Ward' Fast and Splendid Op
a riving in Cleveland at o an P. m.i and -on
Ssbsb HI - A n M j j .
oa uira ana Arctic
VArr. C.U BLOUUKTT, I CAPT. II.ISH.
E?.r.S!i7I0.vi:'aira F1', fi,'w Vork. and ALL
The Fvro by this rout will be
flno.hiilf Ihut iUmn.l 1... TJ..:t T.. ,1,.
.w&cva iFjr "li Aiuuua
... ... j vU.l.,v.uff ..nt, .,, aiiie.wurei Meaniers,
No matter how cheap the latter may be.
... in,; ruir.iui len.ea i.i(v. laimevery oven
lng(Nundaya excepted) arriving In Sanuuikv at 1 A
M .and Toledo at 6 A. M.. rmu,..,.H., u,.i: .0
HATES OF FARE.
Banduakj tu Cleveland,
" " Duffulo, 3 ao
" " Niagara Falls, 4 f,
" " " " 4 return 8 00
( " New Yorii, 11 qi(
! " Tolodo, 1 o
Unlike the Re 11 Road Steamers. Fare on
tbla line Is char (t d but once.
Meal and Slate rooms arc all Inlludnl.
J. O. liUHUA N K. Ant, Nmidiiskv.
Arrival this Day
Foreign and Ameriraii Jewelry !
Newest D esigns!
Icweier, ikk'i itiiiitmT, aiti
a uira sirefi, uayiou, tlilo,
RESl'EC'i'FULLV intiiuntc to the puhlio
that he has lust received o N K or the
I.ARUKT AHSORTMKN IU OF JKWKI.RY FVFR
UHOCUHT TO DAVTON AT O.NK 'i'i.Mt, 1)1H,XT
rn..,.. anuLann ami dew vorM, which be will
oiler lur sale at such prices as oannot fall to induce
persons to puroltaso. The slock comprises
Etruscau Carbonclo ttetta.
Do Coral, Do
Do Lava, Do
Do Roman Mosaic Do
Do Florentine, Do
Do CameQ, Dq
''Do Jet, Do,
Jefbraeaiets with rich (lold monnllngs,
Issva do with richly cal ved heads.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's aloave Uuks and 1
.iuii., in immense varieties.
Ladlea' Chatte'alue Plna.
Uold Vt'Ht i'ltalui.
And an luimens number of other arllelee too nil-!
meroUB for Insertion. Ladles and llenliciiien coin.
and examine our ncwgi odi.wo ihKll havoi
ln.,pi'.:n.v.';!'iSa ,ou 00' !
N B Uberal disoount, allowed for eash nav-1
-L': : Z ,
11 - I
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND 6TS (
DAHOIVi te I
JOHN P. CLINE, Proprietor.
HAVING retaken tiiis well-known and I
popular Hotel, 1 am determined that Us good
reputation with 111 nubile shall not In II, e e.t l.a
dlmlnUhed under my superintendence, but rather
that it shall be lucreaetl.
A Very fJioe Artiold of Honey
JUST received, tini.iil.er with a fresh sun
ulyofall Htoa.01 r-aoie tVrocerlea
J. k. OkUHatT.
tU JltvUtrUMU c4b-U
taste! "t!,,jl''" """ """' ex.pll.ile flavor and '
They Bfspcolfully a.k an in.picllnn or Ihclrstock, I
n!,ys!"'''yi!,,,'"H'' v'rV a.U'erlor Indue-moMt.
!ni' ...'!. .;"'.'..
s ue uoua naa naen thoroughly refitted, and every 1
possible convenience added lu every department. ' '
Th. stable, aaherelolore, will belli charge uf car-
Ul bustier. jeoe-sindaw
... . . z loue
vsp mm i. u
"FTO EVfirTJT TsQflV
W , W V V V V t loue
rsitii. . 0 d 'L. 1 1. , '
I lilt same old kind ol I heeae I used to keep, ;
and no nslslaka- tall arouud, niends, and get
slice lor lha Fourth. Will have it si I summer ud '
Fal. J. K. fir.llllAur, I
J J Uo. as Jplli.raou t., Ag't. . j
fJQATS, PANTS AND VESTS
For MEN and BOYS '
F( , . sJI'tlN(l AND SUMM EJtWEA R,
and Which he Will Bell at Imver orli-e.th.n .lmii..
. ' ' , 1 "-t "'""",1 one i
"?.' engln alba, one 1. f..t l.lhe, two engine
tS.","'j 17 I'11""', two upright drills, ou
Inch and one IS inch chuck, one key aeak culler,
power dilll,onae (eal eugln lth,ou aorew-
.cull.ug machine, ou baud lathe, and one lathe,
It1'1''- I ana, mak.,) on. -h ot angln latna
feet engluo l.ibe.ou '.'4 uch Wuouwolth
plainer, on rj til. M band lath, on 10 inch scroll
chuck, pari ot J in.h awlag lath overhead put.
ileys, sbaltliig and belts, on STATIONARY .N
a GlNK, IS lu.-h hnre, '4l, feet stroke, of tb lateat
CHAFED rmnctala will bo received at the
'IT ."TT-Ks?mr county, unio.
foMi-e. wrrction cf a l-nOre aTf.t tht M HI
1 Til nonn nl 01 AIIHNlthtirf .
nn nil .rtfli'il,, Il.r aan I. irn at
th AlnrMAlit ulKrr, whr, Inlurmatlon rrlAtlnf
to hr i..c1niili-nntjilr.ri! In Ihli notln, oan l hail.
Illui mil t ri-lvrt tnr lh DiMonry undluiwr
tluotuir. ..pKtAl. or for ftiejob Foniplelp,
M(lonrv to 1oni0pl(l IMi fKl liiprfltrilrtllirs
a.iui. Utotftfl U.f Loui.iy Coaatlaamniira.
.... .. UANIKL H. tJHl-lir.N, AmlHe. .
TCJ'f J,:i!.Krouo',;T,"K MASSA-
UntA lo 111 .An prr 4nf. '1 hii tlout" Hill h knt
Ki.T-ri.A!ii nornc. Tim run r. Ami i,ot atmin of
Ih!t Hmue wlU ftuW',1ne W'tuof ntfiitu for
( limtU e.n.1 'iiMtiif-iti Mt-n In nifcke thlt lttH(lqmr
1ri H ttl(eronir hniince-ln Ch1'kTrt. The Trvlr
wi nut title th ninet fnnvsnlnt Houee In thie
''in', Ke ii I- uQ.y ill t y It Itutu tlift ..reef Ontrml
J1 J. W. IIUMPIlnKV, Prop'r.
ENOI.E'S BEER SALOON,
Hocltcl a Bullr'tcg, Jefferson alreet, be
tween 2d mid 3d. Davlou.
L I.I.I S on hand the best quality of Ale
aurr rtrnr. Tin r v '. ..
mill fiiunl to Hie In st Ale.) nuid ririilliiin rood anil
e.iollur lor the liol wealli.-r.
He also keee nick nru ke for lunch) ITgara, To
i bacco, etc.
Aa no Is determined to Keen a otlit and resneota.
An lit! g tletf rmiiiMl to kaaii
e . .
r-iTl" 1 TV fT fl 1 fiflliniv
- J i V A U Is XI AAA fl.
- ' i
110 (r 101 l I 11 CTDPnni
I XV it 121, MAIN (STREET.
19. HCHfflR 119.
J nlooif of Dry .'WHtt.uoiiu.ni.il .Men thin. n
Ann cit--iiil In the line.
I'linry nnd Black
Silk ifc.Us, .
rjitia ft mi
In i.; 1 1 v ji it-ty of n(y Ip, houtrht reerntly. AitU wll-
fog at LOW J'rlK KH,
Alia anl t.n-e MnntUlaii,
I'artttiolii, Koulei y.
. Kkirta and TrlmnilnKi,
New Styh'g, nd At
OlAlltUl' VrtlfllClit H.llM'M,
Hf ratte, Annlfiia, Va'e ucUi,
a nil 'I TRvellnii Diefta .iootl j
French ami Enrllnh,
I'eifulrt, ( iiHi.idraji,
UleAolietl hntl Brown
Ft'RNINII INfi f.noos, in great v.irlet.i, and atprb
w-t. (Tiiii-o uni.Hw. ,a.i iu fienar.
KluKiiit iTfiioh Cloth, Drftia atid Fro, a C'oata; Aoe
r t, ;tnBimtTt' uuHineH.-t ajoam, spring ha
hini anil OvcreoatH, the latent -tylfa;
J rtni.i' riabl Khle Band Caaf-lmere,
A I'lniii ami Fancy Cimilmpre.
Hants nf all tleaerlptlnnat
Mill, Sat III, WHejt,
Intact ho haauowon hand AuilUndoomiiletettook
if rait nit illicit Hi 1 if in
tves ''ut0'""H',1 tut at any ullur place fn the
c usinm work will be given partlcularettentlnn.
The public will pleas remember the place No
liaand pji, Main street, opposite Phillip House.
aW5000 Aoknth Wantbd Tosell three
H v uo.umuuwuCU sv svr
family. My agent, have cleared over M.oon ..ni.
one of tho n. Articles are light, cheat), eaav to ear.
..... ... . . : r '
ry, and very taking). Several Diplomas, gllvr,
i.ieuai irom American inititute, N. Y., andipateat
have been granted u-e for thera. One patent la
Knglaudand one to France, Put In 4 a tamos, and I
will send you, gratia, 80 pages particular of
ine oast agency in the country.
EPHBAig BROWN, Lowell, Mas
IIITTICIV'S VOI.DE1, KiAI.VR
U a step by way of progrei la tha lli aliiig Art.
It Isndaptcl for Sores, Humors, Wounds, and every
kind ol external InllauiBiatory ulltkultj , ol what-
,,vpr n;imc or nature, u uiau or beaal.
....u., " iimuii-, vu uiau or ueasi, Olad only
'S'C- l. wn Lovrtdl, las. 86 cenl. per
lho uual utscuunts lotn trae sou Vy
THK (iOI.riKNKALYlL AUreat Healing Heme
1 dy. It ia with much pleasure wa announce the ad
: vent of this new nrtlcle In ourcttv. which h mt
n.,,u,.i, oij.ri, ni.u ue neaieu."
with such signal success In Lowell, where It Is
truly niarveloua cures. Tliev olironlele on where
mnuu, uini ,ne j.erB iinve lecoicu wtincaaea ot
the lllo of a lady was reeeully .aved-a oas of
oroneii nrcasi, auoiiter wnere ineiueol achtld was
saved a oai ol chailngi another of a lady whose
, . - ...j.... , ...v.,uul uumor,
w'it'h wa" brought to a healthy action In a lw
days; al.o.auothai ot an old man. who had a anienn
Our citizens will nt lie slow In get ting t its merit.
and will herald It over tlie wont
rid. I Boston HeisJd.
fttrAoKNTs Wanted in this Btatb to
canvass with the GOLIlKN HA LVt. 811, rapidly.
. ... u... .wuw e'J' - 1.1 ill., a.,, ..uu sismu,
C. P. WHIT Tito, Lowell, Mass.
do MOTTO CUPS.
do BAJNQUJjT HOLDERS,
ou iauetiiiio urnapiiliis, -
co Toys of all kluils and prlcea.
je ilELi.t'iSf iiiLaiiii waxton.
CtlJT, Knirruved and Plain (lias Shudas,
' and Globes, very baudnomsi suitable for
1 and Prlvatc'UwellliigS'iust received.
HKCKI.KH, HklHLKV MAXTON.
JUS I received Shaker, Sen Urass, Chints
and Oil Cloth, at
Je HKCKl.KR, HKMLKV MAXTON'S.
ANEW invention of thu nhoye article
for sale at
Jeti HECKLhH, RK.Ul.tV. MAXTON'S.
CI. LASS WAUK, in ull shapes, grades and
prices, just rrcclwd.
ji.S llaOKLKR, RKMLBY MAXTON.
WATER COOLERS A good nrtiole. at
reduced price, for sale l
Je8 HKI KLI-R, KliULKir MAXTON'S.
WIRE COVERS Oval and round (all
sises) Just received at
Jen IIKC'KLBH, RKMtKT MAXTON'S
Vvf Al l Kits AMI 'I'K A fRA YS-Jtist
VV relved another lot new at. ls at
J" Hli,iK RkMLJCY h MAXTON'S.
) Tl ERt'E hsst S U Ilanis, just received at
" ' I. N. a W. M. GRKKN'k
I TIERCE test M C Reef, vory nioe at
' ' ' I- N- Ay. M. OHKf.N'
) K t!he",0i ery tine, at B cents, to
Is'ltS Hit 1 W lite sh Trout Manliarol
K ud C.odnsh, at I. wVis WM 'g R kN's
lUlls.U FUCIT ticriiiau ofierries, prunes,
poaches and ap lea, all of which will be sold
- . .
1Vii v llachinertj
PUBLIv; AUG TION.
On Monday, Augast lt, 1B.
jy y virtua 0f a chat.Sl morW, and.
AJ tower to u, nm.Ie t the unUerai Kuril by Hufua
DutttHl. the wvlll OltW atliUt'lloauntUtn. nn
iiluuaay, Aukfiiki 1. uju.
SoVloi-k, A. M., Ill and alaiut the Manufactory of
rtcoltiir.) lliinleiiienla ,.1 H lin..n.. ...
ii'oilowlug desurilwd Manufactiirora1 Toots!
I"JP - eaintoiuid Waoliinery-all la tlu order.vli !
One large Inthg
i-n,r 01 avoir., un plainer,
lathe, (J. Werrt.u, aiak.r) on bolt
mower one 1
cutter aud nxlngs, one leet angiue lathe, on
liiuproveaieutf on lb litob wtw OsUuok aiMl two bolt
Thrsf touts ami bihohlnpty ar ipuatly Dtw and
now In ovraUin. ...
TKrtaMa tif haLK.-i puruhaiieri umlet fifty
dtillkrK wit) ae requtrettto v oasht tht ahova
ttity will lf riMiuiifMl i giv dou at no tttkjtitvm
m m'f vfun ftivu yrfMi tHiir(ty.
j, tMW- ,,
THoal. iy)Va, '
Tha Long Established
Cigar and Tobacco Store.
Munday &. Stansifer,
WROIRSAI.C AKD I.F.TAII, flRAI.FPS IN
IMPORTED it DOMESTIC CIGARS,
ami) ssvmr iiRsi'nit'Tiot op
No. 70, Jefferson Bt , Dayton.
THEV are constantly in receipt of every
description ol Imported clgari, ol the moil fa.
vnrlte Cuban brands.
They man ilacture the best quality of half spatil.li
and common clgais, and can ml any order made
1 hey have Goodwin's Pnlrnl Foil Tobaccr Ibe
nicest article ever brought lo tbla maikei, Ihry
have, alao. every variety of cbev. lug tobacco.
They oiler their extenati e atot k al a Imlc.nle and
retail, at aa low ralra aa can be bid In the West 1
and call th atlentlon of Healers to their stoik.
They offer superior Indnceuirnla to the Trie e.
KememtM.r th olare. lo. j.rt..... n M . .Ivn nf f he
laniaa I hlef.
GYOI l TH TV
DP R. PICKERING
HMIKATH RHEUMATISM, NEL'KAL-
A. gla, ttplleptl. Ills, Siaams, nt. Vitus' Unnce,
Tuipld Liver, ijspla. Skin IH.rasis, Inrlplrnt
Coiisuinplloii,Thiii it Altec! puis, ( alanh, I'erlal rd
or tularin! Limbs, Mlllened Joints, tonlrarled
Muscles, Whtte.su tiling, lisa ol Npeclnl Senses,
Clcer.. Tumois, (.nllio, l surer, roialiu, Felfma,
Hll.-., Prolnp.u. of Hecluiu or Womb, Spinel Curva
ture, lneontlnencof t'rlne,eto.,eto.
Diseases .peculiar to Female, treated almost uni
formly with success. Mercury and other metale
attaeted froaa Ike stale, by 11 so ol a poweilul
Flectrleand Kleetro-chemlcnl Bath administered.
Fleelrle Machine furnlahcd pal tents for home
treatment. Fleelrle Rooms Id story ol Unila'
Building, corner of First and Jetrerson streets. Hay
ton, Ohio. ' '
N. B All kinds of Electrical or Mcdico-F.iri tric
al apparatus furnished on order. jeu-an d
OniOI 95 MAIK BT.,
(Second door, tip flairs,) BuHalO) N. Y.
THE CELEBRATED DR. JOHNSON,
, Bolanlo I'hyalolan, treata successfully thefi.t.
Aat'ima, Nervous Debility,
Jlronchitis, llcadachecu'd in lOm
Lung A C'est Dineases Harofiiln,
Diseases of the Heart Salt Rheum,
Kidney Affections, Rheumatism,
Liyer Complaints, Fover and Ague,
Female Weakness, Pimples,
Diseases of tho Eur and Eve, As , Ac,
All who are suffering from the aliove named dis
eases, or any other complicated diseaso or years
standing, are Informed that they oan have forw ard
ed by mail or exprens lor the small sum ol l to a
oeat package of Medicines, with all neceauirv di
rections and medical advice, fatliiits should apply
without delay, as they can obtain Instant relief
from the Doctor's remedies.
Dr. Johnson's Medicine conalata of extiai'ts from
choicest Medicinal foreign slid native Roots and
Herb, manulaotored under his own supervision, at
his Dispensary, and therefore avoiding the use of
Meroury and other mineral poisons, that were nev
er designed for the system, to V.I1I1I1 msny thous
and, have fallen victims and gone to early graves
LOTION FOR THK COM PlJi. lliM llr. .lobii
sor. remarkable LOTION for lH'autll)li,g .ml 1,,,.
proving the Complexion, removing an, ,0,1 Instan
taneously Tan, Freckles, Plmpl. s, Ac, v. Ill be sent
to any part of the country lor II 00 and one post
age stamp. Addrr-s '
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 401,
Office as Main alreet, Hulbile, N. Y.
N. B. Female Pills l ou a box. jell-.UwIy
FOR SCMMER HOODS, go to RREENE'S!
iS Aw ami liravlifnl fitilm nf M
J C assimeres, Vestings, j
fa NEW STYLES OF SHIRTS 1 1 I p
P Tn svlilr.k n lrUn ..l .l...l ll..ilr . . H
No. 1, Main street, Dayton, tt
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'SI
Just received a large Invoice or
FRENCH LACE MANTILLAS,
CHANTILLY LACE do
FRENCH LACE POINTS,
CHANTILLY LACn. do
Cloth Raglans and Dusters,
White Beraga fehawls,
AT SEDUCED PHWESi
JOHN, VAN DORKN CO.
Chcnudt ttyadere jiniiiier Sllka.
VlgUMUIC SL.SB aa II.,
Freuch Liiiviin. licraK' ItobcN,
s rinieu aseruKC aa l'viialiutN,
Iit:si U Sink Hub. .
Plain Bluck iilkn.,
OUR Stock ia now lnrirn und dcnirrliln.
and we areofrerlng Goods at GIIKAT RKIiSJCTInS
on former price.. We are determined lo sell Goods
Jet JOHN, VAN POHKN & CO.
NEW C A RIVETS
House Funiisniiift- Goods!
Van Ausdal, Dixon & Co.,
NO. 93 MAI Tltl:i:'l',
Are now receiving a large assortment of the
newest shies of
MBDALLION, VELVET, BRUSSELS,
Floor mi TaU. Oil Clathi. Cama nn.l
India Mattingg, ifuy, jVoor Afo, Oragtf,
Lace and Muslin Curtuina. Mnraeille.
Quilts, Aleudule and Dimity Quilts, Window
rnnaes and llollunda, W indnw
Shude Trimming .
Venetian Blinda, Gilt Cornices, Btalr
ssoae, rarniture f rlnts, Towollug,
Napkins. Muslins. Bheetlnr.
Irish Linens, Table Cloths, Flauo and
Btana i;overa, Table Damasks.
A LARGE STOt.'K OF
Wall Sc Window
Borders, Teasters, Decoration l'iis r Hapg.
ings, Ornemetitai Figures, Ao.
s for bai.k i iu:ap.
COR NEB O
imbue Avenue an
Columbua Avenue and Water Street
l wEST: Propnatora.
names & C o.'s Original
Mnaty Ale I
AT the stand formerly occupied by Nan
arth t Helm.
J. KOI'I' a CO.,
43, J1IFFEES0N ITBEET,
Theabov oouular beverax. beaide everv other
ooollng drink ol 11.. season, will lie kept on haud.
vile, his Old iricuos suiu in puujto 10 call
riNB CUT TOBACCO I
QHN ANDERSON'S "Solace."
E. Goodwin A liru's "I'reased."
John Uornish A (Jo's "Gem."
Just received, and very line.',
d. a r. b. shull.
ft Box, '1'umbler, from So ot. to e,oo prr dor.
j ui... vMiit ear.
ST Quart Flaaks.
SO w U plut do
I' Uoi.n Ki ull Bowla, all .Ires,
at o Gobiia.
at " Wlu Glasses.
Lawn cslobes aod Chlmueva. Oas Shade, and a
igtMalaaortluutofeusar Bowie, Froswrve Dlah,
IXMUlrrs. tc.,t. For mm cheap at SI
UlitiiLKst, KKMLKY A UlitJs'li.