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USINITURIi, (JIIAIIiNy.'DMATTilSES! all or ms om,-. I WISH IT UIHTIA.'CTtT ITtFi' i rwM. enh.fa(,l.l .,..!, nr 41.. 1 -.... . . . aum ria. (or Maaulaeturlng ? ; IMl la I,yton. I have alr..l AFor,tAnCoHtll.Sw W" Wood, Mahivgnnr and ,. I .oMIallv invite all to '! n R,r. 1 Hire .CODNIliV DKALKltS, twit n.plf ?n wild K rTt. &r- nt M.-illmti "7 in vtnMnn?i. 1 em Windsor anil Caae Seat I t, . novo inrtnnfrturlin e. rivl,.., i.s, 0 ire,..!., iMl.les.MMi.ls.n.,: ri"n Hive wr WARE KOOM8 OFT J AlN RT.,NOrTJi r ".T"'. , .'" raeiaijr " . ai-dott street Syl-lr.t.W r r, ' ritrr r .'AT t il A 1 1 iv, l"f ' r, 1 inrlnnei,, it 1,1 irll ( IIKAl'K 'i rf sry siiuilirestAbllsh -of, lMrdlum and CrutmoiwlD '"It tnr ttr!, whetl.? r.e or ice i select from - pleasure in TAI and ' ) raltilie. Htiil Mi lirar Is T-Ml r: I I LAIN W IK, lorn )!.!- s ilia l olriale lrade. i'OKD, BABT BIDB, IIO, i li,Br.-'n (Mi, , WH.UVM II. O II.l.J's Railroad Time Table. r - Trains arrive and depart as f CINCINNATI, HAMILK N -I t lat train, I 1 nn m Jnd. If am l, ...-. - I j t p . th, . - " . ( ,.. p m AVTOK. .00 a m. 10,8S a m. T,Uai. 4,4ft ft m. HAS'; KT,D,VI flprinc .I ! V Co'tini ' 'elwara Expra, " !iA YTON A Hit Tr!t, ' - J4 " . cmcinif ati 7 i, i a m '0 a ra I i a m a.ie a m. T,'in a m. ; l p ni- r.ss t ui ' 7.S p m 1 1 i A N r.ss P j PAYTON WB.bXEKN. intLaaAvvlil.) ') a n .M a m, , sa l.l., , (Ta InrfintA,'.li lit 1:b, f - In ' V '" - - I " ' ILLK i V AMI, UAVT, t't Ji. 14 i o.iu an i ii:..')iii, I 5 p is ( 1 55 a m k a '"co'Luilli r(T iu an Jl.soao. . pa) ,!aia. I 1.10 a m I o.JO an, -f oiin coiia; , - - carriage' i l ; xk uuuiau u J. u . . AT HIS OLD. STAND, . On Stlt at4 batwaoit'JeaeiKou & Canal. f Carriages, Bcr.'u Salkies, it, OiMlltr km tno In .iTr, for niw. and h llbcrjil arlaa allowp-i, ALL 1VOKK WARRAN TKO.. Itr liEt'AliiLh'U Don onnurt Notice! a Tina tOT ot -SPRING-WAGONS On Band. - IBDOCEU PRICES 1 NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS. ; if corPMAw & co., , '' - mporUra and Whelaaala Oaalari la 'Foreign and Domestic NOTIONS, ' - HATS AND CAPS, : Olcnrea, Hoslerr Piro-Worko,. Fancy Candtoa, Toya, , FOCKKT fOTLKBV, Ao., &a, JIO. 321 THIRD BTRBET, i Horth Sida, Oppoiite tko Town Clock. Batwaen anctily.Mc'lntira kCo.'i and Main itreet y- UAllla,OUK). jacob corm as. c.t.osbobh. . y jihlT-dawam BOOTS, SHOES. XC, &C! j-E W WORK, at the OLD STAND . no. SI, jeirerson Street. n.' "It U vow Httldd that the lactihs health of awl : woea fcnd children, d pen tit oa tht eondltlon 'Ot their eoLxs ; " DAVID SCHREIAK CHREIAK JXVULLY SAY TO WOULD HE8rECTFULLY HAY the ettttene of Pay too and urroundlDfi ooua try. that hii Spring anU Summer ttock la now com plete, eonilatlngol all klnda of Ladioa'. Mliaea'.and Children' Booia, Shoee, tialtera o., with heela or without; alao a large assortment ot Meaa. Boyt', and Voutha Boot. Ualtera. and Oxford Tlea. Having purohaaed hia stock right from the facto- rtea for cash, tnablci him to aellaa cheap, or cheap r than any other house In this city. He also has a lanre auunlv of Mens1 Patent Iimth- r Boot, GalUr and Oxford Tie Tops, which he wilt' He keeps constantly employed the beet workmen, and is prepared to do ail kinds of Custom Work oa snorc noiioe. . All ripe repatred freeot ehara;e. . He asks a liberal share of public patronage, and feela confident that he can Dleaseall who order work. He member the old-and favorite plaoe,8L,JetterBoa iuwi, iwiow m maraeTi aprw IS e S 5 SMITH PATENT imXCVJip. " T tASGDOff'S HAKDWAEE , HQ. 7. MAN TnJtPT : : iv the fHIS Piatol itt'thO' liffh, Jk. world that has toroe. Wtjikbt ow r.-n .iunr. Xs loadud quicker than other PitoM-.4,Mkiiil Is sure fire under all eircuaastanQBa. iNo injury is oaused to the Arm or Ammuaitioo b allovlug it to re mala loaded any lenrih of lima. It Inu aim. pie in iu oooaKrueuuu uta u la aot Uabiruo get . It l Perfectly- Safe to 43arr " The cylinder holds serea shots. Two more than other ao.au pistols. .t ml FISHING TACKLE! -Langdona Hardware Store JOINTtU rtah Polea , ' T ,f"1T , -.eTTujn Brau Balance, Multiplying andaC&laj9 nun Heela, 1610,4,00 each. Bail Hooka, Bail Gulti.a and Tips, Graai, SUk aad Una lines, Bxtra Liauruk Uookl and anoodi. my7 II.. It. .lyres Co., Wholesale &, Retail . ' BaULXMlII Groceriesi Liquors and .Tobaccos, HAVE JUST RECD. AND OPENED aBn.ito.aol goods In their Una line Sugara. ltl, laaaca, M. ' ' Teas. ' Tobaccoa, Ciarara, dctx. All of whtoh they itand ready to dlapoae of on aa REASONABLIC TKHMH aa any other iUbllJiai.nt ta tha etiy. Th.y invlta particular attentloa to their itock, pianos; ''' O HAS." EELS TNYITE3 THE ATTENTION OK TOE a pnbll. ta kta ta. larg. .Undl .r ri AOH, now oa aklhltlaa at ail Wararooa No 232 Huston Hall, " ' DA V TON, OHIO. .DlliaAGES. , W.SL Bil ANDEK3UUO A CO. bao fiat Moelvra' a bone. trh Oraaa. -mjL Carpctfil Carpets' Wa hvi noi In iton a ij-lciulM Kioh tti S'cw Icii!n. " , Ilranel, 3 Hys, ', , ' ; V " - T.!.V', In; '' ' -. Lowell "" ;ram, VnnorBnet, . Half Cotton,- . ' . Kmp and '" Carprijuj, .'. :.,.:. '.in., vary ahaaa for "'AM. A ). iua -i whin nil rlK .i d ,triw Mntlllur. CHKA I' I ' 1 M'OHK. ' . rr ' i Tin-''., VAN DOKXN nh4 CO. -, .r Skirt ), Skirts, r in:: iii g)iiUitf9:'' 80MBT; MO NEW AND SUrBRlOJl. & Shrwoo4 Ailjnatnlilo Bustle SK1BTS. 7 and 30 Rnrin?. l'ICOLOMIM id 3(1 Spnn?n. I'll SRIHrs titraooivea and fo IH- . , JUHi.. , S UUM.H CO. Ilich Bernges nnd ' Greniuline Robes; Rich Printed Rerages, 1 Rich Organdies. JUST RECEIVED AT TBB NEW CASH STORE. JOHN, VAN HORKN ami CO. Great Bargains in . rlain, black silks Can be had by oallinit at the : . "OiHH STORE" Of hM JOII., VAN 10RK.N and CO, Mourning Gooods. Black Tamartinc Cloth, lilackilrenadine Cerago, uiaoi rniK oronaaine, Hhick Ujadpre licrnge, lilack Berate Robes, IS ark French Lawns, Black Frenoh Organdies, (iood stock Mourninir 1'rints and Gingham, at the CAUH STORE Of aprt JOHN, VAN DOREN and CO. NOTICE. OCR Cuitoiaen, hvine uniettlrd account! with ui, willpieaie ot.ierve, ttiHt w have reduced our bmineii Strictly lo Cnli! And hclng daalroui to cloie our booki at the enrlieat poMlbl. period, would aik tha attention ol all to on IMMSUIATB IKTTLCMENT. JOHN, VAN DOKEX & CO. JWarch l, 1861. The Largest and Cheapest STOCK OK Lawns, Brilliantees and CH ALLIES, In the city, Is to be found at the store ol D. W. WINTERS. ' . Also, a full line of other kinds of Dress G-o ods. ,: PARASOLSi - PARASOLS'! In great variety, from tho Cheapest to the Ti. Prints. Prints! An lmmiDW itoclc, Itirger than i. to be fonml in any othor houn ia the city. Motie kept bat the best QUAUTT AMP 1TVLE1 I'OU THE PtllCtlS. . OLOVF.S, JJOSIEKY, GAUNTLETS! fi AUNT LETS!! SILK, Kin AND IJSLK MITTS!! MITTSff MITTS' LACS AltD SILK MANTLES AND CAPES?.! BONNETS AND UIBBONt). No. 94 Main street. apM 1J. w. WINTERS. NEW GOODS! ! SPRING GOODS! . DRY GOODS, CHEAJLGOQDS' .?4- )HBTTY GQODS! f'-.'n.. . . "--. J USC Xieceivea, .marOtt THOMASCHJFrER, '. . '.V.'- no. se nfain sucfjj, - OPOSliA COCBT iioysEvLoiVJ : J. 1,1, Waiters & Bro.. ' (T Re(yirinx dofae promptly I gzt M an u facto onThird street, adjoin Ins; Montgome ery House. - niliu SPRING k SUMMER GOODS. MlLLEi & CHARCH, MERCHANT TAILORS, No 68 Jrjerioty Street, near Third. HAVING. JUST DECEIVED THEIR i-M. Spring fc Summer Stji. ol Gentlemen'! (.loth. mg uooui, ar. preparefl It, make to onler wearing apparel ol ill deicriptloni.rjn th. ihorteat ponlble aotiue, and on the aioit lavotbte Wrmi. The goodi eoiuprlie all oltlia nio.t faahlonabla and latest atyle. manulauturtj, aiuoug which are aoin.ol th. hudioiuet ever brcight to thia market. tuvy u.v. awoiupteie anion tivut or FINE VESTINQS, Of the latMt it) le., to which they invite the atten tion ot Gontlem.n. Their lupply ol QBNT FURNIBBINO QOODB ' Ii of the beet quallty,aad eouipriaei eiary thins de irabla. J'haiiarul far pait liberal patronagi, they de sire their friend, aud the publiutoeali and eaauiua goodi, and learn yiiee. aihie-Siad . . ii MILLKR fc CH4RCH. Palermo Oranges. 9( BOXE8 fine quality Palermo Or an. as OU large and sweat, at ' . s"l j. BHAMPKNUVRO 4 COt, ayt . . ,y no.i,um. Railroad Time Table. Latest by Telegraph. Additional by the Europa. ;l, l -n. Or.r.!mlili !. sur- prised and lcrvaf .! Auslrinnit at Vsrosa, I nii that town is a'. nn lull of the enemy. i Ocn. 0., ro-entrtrd Como on iJe nighlof tlio : Oon. Kiel antercd Novara on the 1 after I a slight eacxHintor with tho Austrians. i 'J lie Knitr jr arrived the same ercning amid the acclamations of the people. i ma AiiHtnana xniiearorea to cm t ie I I'o at Rassignau, but the inhaliitants oppewd i them, firing upon and destroying an Aiw- Irian Bark. ! Tho Valley lino is in a state of inaurrer- .inn, i The town of ftandro hai proclaimed for ,Kii)H Victor Kmnianuol. ' , The Duke of I'arma hu arrired in Swit zerland. - i The Trench Enaincnrs have arrived at Sutra, and wero collecting vcgsola to crons lake Maggio with WKX) men. Tho French wniadron, in the Adriatic lms captured !i5 Austrian tcrhcIk. valued at it,- 000,000. Losno, June 4. A special dispaU-h to the London Daily Ate, dntcd Turin, Fri day nieht 30th itint., sayn, tlmt the Auitriang are now in full retreat across the Ticino. (iaribaldi lial pained a now Imttlu. The Austrian JSiillotin of tho lut inst., says, tliat tlio enemy attacked tho seventh Austrian corps, but their farther advance waa stopped by Uen. uberlava. A larpe duiii- Iwr is roportod to have been. wounded during the enVuuntsr. j t ' :. ' " , , . Trftiy, .lone 2 AViKf J VariMe was Cann6nado'd and talcaa by Cen,' triii,', who reinstalled the legal authoritMaand lev-' iod war contribulions on tlie "ily. tlaiiAT BrtiT,M;. In the Derby races, the stakes wero won by Hir .Kseph llawley's horse Munjed, valued nt 7000, Mid his Lord ship, it is upiKied, will wiu 10J,000 in opts also. - A new Atlantic Tolep-aph Company is to be formed to lay a cable between Cornwall and Canada, with a capital of 500,000. . A great explosion of Halt I'etre took place on boaVd of the ship F.aetern Monarch for Kucacbe, while ahe was anchored off Ppit head, with five 4tunilred mum aoMicrs and their, ftinilieg on board.' The vessel was speedily envclii.ed in. flames, but through the prompt exertimig ef otlicera and crew, all but seicn pertoas were siivJ, , Four ol the children wi kiUeil by the cxiDusnih.'i Taul Von Slittin has "failed., a heavy amount. V Fki-hsia. The terms of tho new loan, by the Prussian Government, have been an nounced. , The loan is to bear G per cent.) and to ho issued by public snlxcription. The redemption of the loan is to com mence in 18o3, by payment of 1 per ct, an nually thereafter, until it is called in. Turkey The garrison, nt Belgrade, has Deen rc-inlorccri ana its numbers reported to IMS ireuieu. The l'orte is about to send a strong Xaval force to the Adriatic. llerzegovia was in open revolt. Tho la test intelligence was to the ell'ect, that a re volt of the whole of European Turkey wni in movement. Seizure of a Slaver. NEW YORK, June. 15. The bark Orion, fifty days from the Conpo Kiver, Africa, was brought to this port last uiglit in charge of Lieuts. Dallas and Camp bell, nnd was anchored under the puns of the navy yard, ller Captain, Mr Ilanua. died ot a broken heart. Ihe Orion Bulled from this port on the 2 1st of January, nnd arrived nt (Shark's 1'oint, on the Cono Uiv er, on April 1 Oth . Here she was sumed by the English steamer 'Iriton, but was subse quently transferred to Cotuninudor Brent, of the U. . Bloop-ul-wur Marion, who, on ex amination, became confident that she was a slave trader, lie accordingly put the prize crew on board, and ordered her home. A lew days belore she sailed, the barks Ar. dennis and Emma Lincoln were also seized at Shark's Point by Commander Brent, and they would probably be sent home also. Cleveland and Toledo Railroad. CLEVELAND, June 15. Cleveland and Toledo ltuilroad StockhuMi ers had a meeting to. day. The Board of Directors was increased lrom 'J to l'ne following Board was unanimously elected John 11. Waring, A: Stone, Jr., Johu Uur diner, Win. Durbin, Samuel Al. Youmr, W. loiburn, Henry b.ip, AI. Al. prmilxie, A. N.-Bamsdell, Wm. Williams, Dean Jtfoh mond, (I. F. Olyphant, and T. Hardy. NEW YORK, June 15. Tho hark Ann Elizabeth, from Buenos Ayres, has arrived here. She reports that when she passed Buenos Ayres on May l.st. there was a continual firing of guue bcird. It is supposed thut a battle was tukini: ulnoe between the Paraguayans and Buenos Av nans, as was hinted to that ellect at !(;jr: NEW YORK, June. 15. The steamship City of Manchester is signalled below. She was advertised to sail from Cork ou the 3d inst., and her nd. vices will therefore not be so late aa the intelligence received by the Kuropa at Halifax. ST. LOUIS, June 15. passengers by the Overland Mail ro. port that the '.'satins in the vicinity of Caddo Koserve had disbanded, upon the saeurnuoe of Major Van Dorcn, that a repetition of outrages should notf occur. tl Sb,Awa tadiefcdand convicted tor selling; ruskj ' Liqob Stamp Act A citizen of Toledo 01 iiuor wnion ysere but aranded sueijitliiii: ttwJMVSUi.uio ,worda "Liiotainina; no poi-J wuvus-unts, r . oiunr. suiibu poiafm.-ti4. whs sencenceu to a U'jf ana imprieonment tor thirty days. The cae was Inkou before Ine Uibirret Cuart on error as t'u the taliditv . ... .. . ... J oi 1110 inuicimeni, tne intention ui the law undoubtedly, beinic to DUniah the adulter a, tion of liquurs, not the eeilinu of pure liu nors without the brand ; but the Umtriul Court sustained the ruling of -the Court Common 1 leas. Hie case, we understand will be brought h"f' .re tho tiunrema Court The questiuu is of some importance to the people ot tho state, as it the law is as inter preted by these Courts, probably evdry per euu Bunnell in tue uiaiiuiuuture or sal,. iu any quantity is Ituble to fane or imprifjm meni j. a. journal. TugFoua Eyed A1a. A new wonder has been discovered in New York, in the person named Karl Saul, who, it ia ussert 'd baa four eyes I lie has one pair in the uau al place, and another in the back of the head. A correspondent of the Evening Post who enjoys the acquaintance of the individual, says that "both aets of eyes are perfect, and be sees backward and forward at the same time, with equal ease, comprehending at a glance every thinir. within the range of his vision either way '' The objects which l.e simultaneously beholds he will describe with wonderlul accuracy. Indeed, he is remark- able fur his deeoriptive power'. Mr. Suul is a man of extreme diffidence and the necu. li..!. ..t hi h I . e..n ....... o. m.. ,..Uu .... ou ruiuiiy l''' Hus-Bwuro, uoou kuow uuij, iu ui. woe ruiiuinie irieuua. as fl ills above is not wonderful enough, the corres pondent of tho 1'ost makes tho billowing wonderful statement ; Vile id 4iielily intel ligent and social in bis huhits, and own considerable property, which ha bos aoou mulated by honest industry.'1 r China Vases, do FIOURES, do MOTTO CTJPa, ' do BANQOBT HOLDERS, do Mantle Ornaments, dQ Toys of all klada and prlcsa jeS ., HICKLta, BKMLEY A MAX TON. . Gas Shades. Cwn,'7-."ved and t,.--s, . nd Plain Glass Khadee, i bandsomei suitable for ' Uaa;e -just noelvad. iiuar a avrunt. . ' ' 'f: MARKETS. Produce Market. Trnni.riALl. . ll'.t 2He rril. :.(:ioe lie ia per lu. i:c lit H I, (ill 1.00 0,70 Holler l.anl I'.KIf" I'olltee firw. 1' t hu. Dried Afilo.)-er lu j. as pi r,....'...: ' Corn Meal ' o-iiom " l lour, per Mil., H,1 .?C,7S Grain Market. Wheal Corn Hurl.y Km () no Kli)tecd Wliiskv Hut Timothy ted (Hover ii.r'-l Khip atiill 1.50 ' 7075 .SO 90 1.40 ticania ton I.iO J 10 per ton Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, June. 15. Flour firm. $7,1107,75 for luperfine. Whinky a. Provisionahiiovint. Mei Pork ft 1 2.50. Wheat au-ily.' W hile 1 ,5I)( I ,M; Ki d 1,60 (it I :i . Corn netive at e.i ' Hye in fair dernnnil it i ltd; !J5. llnrlev dull at (ill(u t.t. OiiP.J" for prime. Lard 111$. CINCINNATI, June. 15. New York Market. NEW YORK, June 15. . . Vlmi?TrVi)red Ohio J7 30(S7 50 for auper State, 6,f,eH fi t f.f rxira doj 7.I.1W7 SO for Tomaion totfoeii aatra Wetarn, 6,7i7J0. Kva 1 lour at 4,iM'e,V9 Wbaat buoynn. tt '" ' ,751,80; Red $1, 63. - ,. .. Corn firmaiPjf.TO for mi iced; White 90(3 92, OnU doll at HUitbG. 1'orK rirro. .Mom, t l7.50rtM7,25 Trinie. 15 12'j'. . 5 Wliiky dull t 2". I I ' E. O'UIIILN, UViOtCStile Grocer Mtlt. I'KALKR IN Fine imported Wines, XlQUOiiS AND CIGARS, KE K Vrf' Ot IX H l'A N"H . Y .-OX II A X D. n genersl variety ol Pfulta, H iit alio agent lor tlie iMe of Uju Jtourboii nink v. M) S'H, SKCUM) riifrMV Next door to A. Gump'i stone frent Dry Oetdi Store DAYrotl, OHIO. 100 Bags Prlmo Coffao, E. O'DftlBW. SO Bbls. Mol.m.efi. E O'BRIEN. 100 Packages l ine Teaa, E. OBRIFN. 1O0 Unxoa Tobacco, E. OBHIGH 20 Mda. Sugar, E O B nlEN 74 Boxes boap, E O BRIBN 40 Dozou Buckets, E OBHIBN 40 Bbls. Cr d aud P'd. Sugar, 1). O'BRIEN 20 D.Tieil Wath-boirds, B O'BRIBN. A larg- stock of Spices. Cheese Nuta and everyihlug that may be needed in a store of ttio kind, for sale by E. O'BRIEN. WINES &. LIQUORS. 13 Quarter Casus Fort Wino, E. O'BRIEN. 20 Quarter Casks Brandies, B. O'BRIEN. 2 Pipes )lIoll Gin, B. O'BRIEN. 150 Bbls. Old Buorbon Whisky, B O'BRIEN. 75 Bbla. Flue Bye Whisky, ii. O'BRIEN. 80 Bbls.RectiCed Whisky, B. O'BRIEN. Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Muscat, Na tive and Malaga Wines, B. O'BRIEN. 150,000 Imported Cigars, E. O'BRIEN. N. B. Aa my itock Is now complete and well al-' lorted, I invite all wh j wiih to get Fine Groceries, Wines and Liquors, free from drugs, to call aad lee ine, and I will do a'l in my power to compensate them lor their trouble. mhlt . O'BRIKN YYMi. S.AYERS I No. 88 Main st. .opposite Court House, I DAYTON, OHIO. I Wholesiile and Retail Dealer in I GROCERIES, ; Foreign and Domestio Fruits, Nuts, P kles: I ocry variety oi r runs normecicauy sealed in tin nnd glass, Preserves, Jollies, Cat supH,Sardins,Oy9i tera. Si lad Oil, ' Suuces, oio. V.(,,;,l nnd Willow Ware of all varieties. Child ren's Cr;bi, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrowi, Hocking 1 Hone., etc., etc aprll TO YOUXG MEN. LL who areflufierinf; from tho effecta of Youthful Kxcess, self-Abuse, or the debility arising from sexual biseaie, can be surely and Per manently Hestored to Perfect Health, Strength and Vigor, by using the Elixir de Vie. This most valuable Medloiuo Is prepared from Receipt or an E nlnent Hnris PhyaicUn, hnd is con stantly used In fcurope with Never-.'aiiing Sucoeia. it thoroughly removes all Nervous Debility, Seminal Emissions, and Impediments ' to Marriage, and will restore the sufrornr and the Impotent lo Mate of Perfect .dauly Vigor. It will thoroughl eradicate the i i. eta of either -. il Cltt liuV or UIiEASjC. frotu which many thousadiis are continually surTer ln without k,nnwinf a remedy. Ttie.owitof cur is trilline. One bottle will last one tuoutii.iind ii aui table for either sea. Sent tree by maujuaii P 'rts or tlio. United statei. I't it .' Mil IM.T Ituitl. Addresi .. J . . .' u.. a . iip.rt rtii, OKI, Broadway, N. Y. N. R.AtraulAroontaliuiiK full particuiara and direetioiis will b? sent wtut eauh buttle, and tree any aiblrcBs, on application. bOOiL .Onn'Id WANTED. mhs-Jtawe4)d6iwsni THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. bill J.,Mni CLaUKES eleltratel Friuule Pi IN, Prepared fraia a. prescription of Sir J Clarke, rhyei-iuu Extraordinary to the Queen. This Invaluab la medicine U unfailing in the oure o all those paiulul ajid dangeroui disease! to which the female constitution li lutuect. It moderates all exceisei and remove, all otwlructioni, and a ipeedy cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIBd It le peculiarly auitcd. It will, In a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity Uaoh bottle, price On. Dollar, bean the Govern ment atampol Ureat Kritain, to prevent counterfeit. CAUTION. These Pilla iuuiilu kotbe takes a v females uunixo the FIRST TllllKE MONTHS or Pmeo- NA.CV, Al THEY AHE BUUE TO IIUKU OS MlSCAl UlAOl, UUT AT AN V OTIlKa TIME THE V AKE SAVE. lu all oaea of Nervous and Hplnal Atfectloni, 1 .amia istmu a Pain In the llaca and Liuih., Fatigue on slight ex- ortiOIli ppitation of the Heart, Hysterica and whltei, these Pilli will etitct a cure when all other means have failed; and although a powerful remedy, do not oontatn Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtlul tothe ooustltutlon. Full directions In t he pamphlet around each pack st, whloh should bo carefully preserved Sole agent for the L'nltedstatee and Canada, JOB MOK1M, (Lata I. C. Baldwin Co.,) Rochester, New-Yora. N. B 1),00 and alx poitaga stamp, en.lo.ed any authorised Agtmt, will Insure 'a bottle, eoutair. Ing60 pllla, by mall. -- "j , , . i' Sold In Daytoa by ' 1 ' v ; - , W. W. MKWAHT, and WALTKBi jj K KLSO nyU v 1 .V'e WEST'S HOTEL, coaMBS or ' 4 Columbus Avenue and Water Street, ' SANDUSKY CITXy ... a to ' r.nt )W n r ks s r i n stop. 1: DIMM BXtO., HEAD OF Till. HHH, QAVK JUST KECKIVKO THEIR aprinff store, eifihraitn In part Um Bs rrlme Htn I if we. It do .Uvaand Mh. Fine strk of all Binds of to gar. fl'V0aO pouuli extra I. t- Hams. 40,000 do do 8 ou Idcra. 0,Olaf) UO do SltlPS 10,0K I he. extra . C Ir1ed Peef. )W hush.rhnlne White Heane. oo butts a-anrt 4 Virginia Torivoo. 60 ehe'ts and saddles as4rted Teaa. iV) boxrs No t (Jrmin aoap. M do Pure Corn starch. 9 do Itiaratua. u t!T Koda. 0,00 fin C'sars. TA soks Urlnl Feahpsand Applet. A Urve tot of Fresh While Fish, Pickerel, fhatl, Bass, t o'lnsh and Mackerel. I jo M.ls. No. 1 Fsmlly Flour. tnh2t Id o TI-IE fT - 4. . v a if 1 o II.1T. w This new and Wiutlfnl style of HUMNKR HAT ret.eivfd and for sale hf Chamberlain & Parker, aprM SI4, THIRD STRKKT. THE One Horse shoeing shop, ON THIRD STREET, A few doors Enut of the Post Office, DAYION, 0 I" HE Subscriber ia now better prepared than ever to aceommodate his old ouitomers, and the pub le, in the llorwt iliormjr niln'aa, In lti varloui branchei Particular attention will be given to all lame honei, inch aa l lit ' oofl, and hoof-bound, nnd fl rniin their feet, will be cured latin 'tory to t e owner of luoh liopa lei, and tl nor, money will tie felui.ded AOO Horiei tht li trf-re will be ihod topre. vent It, nnd warranted, or money rclundeil. He wi I persoiially mperlnlrnd nil work entrmtil fohiicnre Thniiklul (or put favori, he resiMcrful y aeki a eontinuance of the oatronaire of hisold oui- toineri, and wil be happy to accommodate ai many a w on al may favor him with a ctll. apra-dnwiy NATHAN SIKKKRMAN. (Journal and Gazette enpv Soi.i S i OB at m c Hi8 FRANKLIN HOUSE, CORNER MAIN AND SECOND BT8., DAYTON, OHIO. DAVID HA RKBADER, Proprietor. HAVING SUCCEEDED J. P. KLINE to the proprietorship of this well known and Dooular Hotel. 1 am determined that its sood repu tation with the pub 1 10 shall not In the least be dl minUhed under my superintendence. The house has been thoroughly refitted, and every possible convenience added to every department. The Stable, as heretofore, will he in charge of care ful uostiers. mnio-smuaw IN retiring from the "Franklin," I taae this method of recommending my friends and patrons of the House while under my administration, to the new proprietor, who will extend to them all the courte sies due from a landlord to his guests. In this connection I oiler my inoere thanasto my acquaintances and the great public, that has so long extended to me a generous friendship and liberal patronage. tuna r. niiine. mhlh-smdaw UK.NRY L. BltOWN, A.B. IBWIN. BROWN & IRWIN, DK A LE US INJUN I ATT A I RON N A I LS, Steel Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Files, Springs and Axles, In all their varieties, and Manufacturers of Stoves and Hollow Ware by most approved pat terns, all of whloh will be sold on the most reason ble terms. We are the successors of Samuel B. Brown, at his old stand on the corner of First and 1M ill streets, Head of the Basin, Dayton, Ohio. Our founder) is t the loot oi jLuuiow street. lUauufucturcrs Ac Machinists, Will And at BROWN & IRWIN'S s general assort ment ol Heavy Bar and Slab Iron Steel, eto. Blacksmiths, Will And at BROWN K IRWIN'S the best of Bar, Horse Shoe, and Nail Rod Iron. Flies, Rasps, Bel lows, Vices, Anvils, and other Tools. (Jul riii fecund U ution Makers, Will And at BROWN k IRWIN'S alanre assortment of Dundy. Bugpy and Wagon Tire, Springs, Axles, riuo uanas, carriage anu lire uons, eic. Flow unci Harrow .linkers, Will And at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large assort ment of Slab steel and Slab Iron, of various sizes. Coopers, Will And at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large lot of Hoop and Band Iron. febiio-dawly RHISMAN'S Portable grinding; & bolting . FLOUR MILLS. r r . ii s s - H i . ta fe CO S Ji .3 JflOj9,i9. o g; 04 pal ' 1 i j A VINU 'MADE AN ARRANGEMENT I I with the Patentee, we are now prepared to fur nish to onler the above Mills, of any sue, burrs and dolts The Mill is simple in its construction, hav ing very little machinery occupying but little space,and warranted to do more work with the same runout of power, and make as guod a quality of flour, as any Mill now m-utufactured- Priprietursol Saw Mills, esp c tally those that use steam, wonld find it tu ihelr advantage to purchase one ul these Mills, for the purpuse of doing custom grinding either wheat, eorn or other grain. The Mi 1 will be sold with or without the bolt. The principle of the Mill Is equally applicable to the construction of large Merchant Mills, and persons about to build, would do well to call and examine. We will alao lurnish with the Mills, Bolting Reels of any size and length, Smut Machines, Wheal C eaners, i lour Packers. e'C. Orders respeottull) solicited. FKANK, CLKGG at CO., Buckeye Foundry, cor. Sd and Wyandot bts. mhil OHIO Photographic temple of Art DAGUERREAN GALLERY, COR. MAIN AND THIRD 8T9., DAYTON, O. T HAVE UKCKNTLY KKFITTED THIS t- well-known Gallery with all the improvements of the Photographic Art, and have made it the most complete and attractive In the city. I have procu red the right to use the Solar Camera, the most im portant improvement in Photography, aud am pre pared to eu large ta Life Size on Canvass oi Paper, Daguarraoty pea, Ambrotypaa, or Min iature Portraits, Of any kind, and have them colored in OU, Crayon, Water Color, or India Ink, by the very best Artist. Tluiie having small pictures of deceased friends, ean by the above prooesa, secure a correct and dura ble likeness one that will he valued at elltlniM. 1 have associated with me In the Photographic de- part men t Mr. O. D. FlNCH,ooe of the beat Artists lu an i the United States i and cordially Invite all to call and examine fcisipaciineas recently enlarged they speak for themselves. All work WAKBANTKD, or do oharues will ba made. nihl T. i. ROBINSON, FOR COMFORT. NOW, that ttia iuo oomei out rather stronjc, and Alee will dance la It, It Is very comfortable to have the room shaded. 1 he subscriber has a good supply o Ulatat. Lit of wlat'ow shades, window &ptt aiid n- mmtw wa iwiuiinn mt u. CHAR LPS POST, a. siylT ICast 14 treeil 4 (kas fiwai M aia at. Tf COAL! COAL!!- WITH ia Vstintr Tnrreaea Off omptly filled by it owl L, WamlhnllJ will ba 0. A. STAR Medical Notice. A. (iKKJKU haa atociated with him In th oratlc of mxH9tn and eurrerr. Dr. J. L.ltephens, late of at. iohns Hospital, Cincinnati, Prompt at tan M nn will be glvea to all calls In their JmfPMton. txtloe, south east eornee of Fifth and efferson streets. mhsi NWTIPuM. DeConrsey & Goynes, Faahtonablo Barbers and Ralrdioaaara, Btiamant af Manday's Haw Ballding, South- Wttt Corner nf Jtfftrton and Market II AV1NU fitted np their rooms in the beat it rle. thev ire nrenttred to atteon In th.ienlli men line of Divton In f he Shivtnir and Hair DrcHlnf i In a verr luperlor manner. They ara now 1 ruanlnc three noairl. Tlietf only ask a trial, and are outldeut they can please all who give them a .all. Jan.M.dtf. Singing Class. Ml L. V. H. CROSBY reapeotfnlly an nounce! to those Interested In the cultivation of Vocal Music, that he will commence with aa elementary claNS at bis Music Hall, HIT Mala it., (over the Muste Ntore) as soon as a sutncleut num ber of namescan be obtained to make It an oljeut for bt m ao to do. Thoie wishing to join the class, ara requested to call and leave their namee, at their earliest cunve nlenoe. Ttckete for 12 Loeeons, - ftl.50 t -Tickets for tho course must be abtalned on nr belore eommeaclag the lessons. mv7 Oregon Saddler Sliop! SADDLESjIIAKNESgL &c. MITCHELL & M GAUSLAND Corner ot Fifth & Majne streets, luvron, o., Mannraoture and keep eonatantly on hand every, rnaiety of SADDLERY, HARNESS, COLLARS, TRUNKS. VAU9SB8, 4Vo.,oVo., Of the beet nuterlal and make. Tor CASH, Exclusively! It is the only house In this city that manufactures VI L.W HAIH UAJK UULLAH1 We return our itnoerethanks forost favors, ant1 resiHctfully solicit a continuance of the same. Citiiens and Farmers ar cofltally invited to call and see us. AUTCHKLL fc McOUSLAND. novs-ld. i n! wInter .lit rchant Tailor, NO. 113, MAIN STREET, Between 3d and 4th eta , Dayton, O , rPAKKS thia methud of inlorroina the X citizens of Dayton and vicinity, that he has now lo hi employ mpnt several excellent workmen, and thtt he is irepirml to tnaUe to onler, In the best style uf the trntle. and acrotdingto them sot raahion atne cut, Gentii-ni n's Clothing of all almls. He warrants sll his work to give perfect satisfaction, and r!pt'ctfull) solicits a liberal share of puhUe patron ri(e. aprft-Umdaw star Clothing store!! WM. WALKE; H-One door west of Beckers Bank, -41 DA I i on, UHIU. UK UNM)K8IGNED KEEPS ON HAM) very large stock of Ready-made Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods, comprising every style am. variety, Children's Clothint of all sites, which will be sold at the uowuar rates. A snlendid assortment of Cloth. Satin. Caihmere. fco.,kepton hand, and Clothina made to order, oheap- aprsoftl WM. WALKF.H, "wheeler & w'ilsonT" Sowing Machines. HUSTON BUILDING, Corner of Third and Jefieraon, DAYTON, - OHIO. WE offer the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines, with Important Improvements, at a reduction of oa former prices, and to meet the demand for a GOOD, low-priced Family Machine, have introduced a NKW ST VLK, working upon the same principle. and making the same stitch, though not so highly finished, at FiFTY-FiVfl DOLLARS I The elegance, speed, noiselessness and simplicity of the Machine, the beauty and strength of si Itch, being ALIK1C ON BOTH SIUKS, Impossible to ravel, and reaving no chain or ridge on the under side, the economy of thread, and adaptability to the thickest or thinnest fabrics, has rendered this the most suc cessful and popular Sewing Machine now made At our various offices, we sell at New Vork pri ces, and give instructions free of charge, to enable purchasers to sew ordinary seams, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind and tuck, all on the same Machine, ana warrant uiormree years. 8KN1) OR CALL FOR A CIRCULAR, containing fnll particulars, prices, testimonials, etc jaaia w. Mioini.n lu. ANOTHER NEW BOOK I DR. BONAPARTE'S ORE AX WORK. PRIVATE GUIDE TO HEALTH HKPRKsKNTlNU ALL the diseas es of the genital organs of the male and female, with the latest discoveries In reproduction. The a til ic ted should use no remedies before learning f-om this valuable worn tne superiority oi tne au thor's Paris and London treatment of private diseases both married .Jaud single should consu t it This book tells how to cure the follow ing Diseases, snd enlightens those who grope In darkness: ftfini.nrrhrn. f;iet. ohordee. Stricture. Pnvmo sis, Paraphvmosis, Gravel, S phllls, Bubo. Warts, Blotches, Sensualism, Seminal Weakness, .Menstur hatton or Heif-abuse, Leucurrheanr Whites, Sup pression of the MeiiBes, railing oi ine vvoinu; now to prevent Prevent Pregnane , Menstruation, Bar renness, Rheumatism, .o. It treats on Midwifery, Abortiou, Mincarriige. celebacy, wilh remarks t the young and old of both sexes. It tells how to distinguish pregnancy and how to avoid it, to. Perleot S'leyuard uyaiiiMt Crutt.;kery. Fortieth edition 100,000 copies sold annually. 1 'lis boos sent under seal, post paid, to ail parts of the world, on the receipt of 25 oeuts,or live cop ies for Si. nr. It ontt puric'stirent Preventive This sit. pie, healthful and, yet eflec'ualprevent Ive is beyond a eoinpa'itn with anything yet dis covered. It has be n proved bv years ol experience, aud in no instance has it taile i when app led ac corJlnn: to direction Married people who do not wiah to lucre theirfamitles, should be In poseass ton of this Instrument. Pirce reduredto to. Or B naparte's French Patent Male Sale) This article enables those whose health orcircumstan cea not pern It an increase oi family, to regulate or limit the number ui their offspring, without In juring thecunstitution. Ills the onij sale and sure preventive against pregnaucy and disease. The above artie e Is B ecUlly intended to lultlil this de sideratum; it In perfectly sale, nometallcsubstance enters Into Its composition. Tht price of the French Patent Mle bie, one dollar the aing.eoue, four dollars per half dozen, and seven dollars per dczen. Madame Lozler's Female Monthly Pills Is a safe and reliable reme Jy lor suppressions and all female diseases Ladies should not use them duriug pieg uancy, as they will produce miscarriage. Pi ice, one dollar per box extra tine five dollars Sent to any add re sit by mail, post free. No letters will he an swer d unlesb the) contain a remittance or a postage stamp. All orders addressed to Dr. E. Bomapabte, No. 183, Sycamore street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to Dr. B can heconsu. ted upon ail secret diseases. He is unquestionably acknowledged to be the cham pion and king of Venereal Diseases, and only Phy nlcian In the Union who has traveled on the contin ent of Kurope, and the only Doctor who has visited thelrcelebrated Hopttals, as well as their medical Institutions, and receiving their monthly reports, otters to all those w he desire to consult a profession al person, the result of lorty years experience la the Hospitals of Kurope and Amerii a CouUdeutial con sultation dally, lrom a. m. until 10 p. aj, apM4-l)daw MEDICATED r Strengthening Plasters ! I THEE Plasters ara xoellont .remedle In eases of pain and weiaiiess in the side, breast or back; also v: iantlo arievtions, eoutfist asthma, sprains, trm . , nnd kidney orsolnal affec tions. The Ami -- w,utayuiu, Pitch, Pour Man's aud Hemlock Pn1- vre m.tuufactured of various sizes, on lad or .: ., ,ud Poor Man's oa pap, by : 5 .' 8 1 GRIFFITH, , 51, Bioidwsy, Cincinnati, and sunplleii it, (Wnleis and druggist, on aa irood turms as any uitLuuiagliiieri In tne United Statea. mlit-.m - . , . rf v UO.vKd Oranges,-ia jiriins order, just OU reenived. myn k r. . I HULL. 'rUK United Htsto leiuourUo Almanac J. inal caUvj4 anil (w laii r pis . r II. aa4 f. S 8014. THE LIVER ... INVIGOItATOIl PREPARED BT DR. SANFOliD, Compoundf d liatirrl j ii on. Tnn.N. T3 ON K OF THE UKMT ITUUAT!K 1 and Wer Medicines now U fore the pnlHr, tl'nt acts as a cathartic, easier, mller and n or' n ni si than any other medicine kimwn. It Is iml a Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting hrtt no Liver t4 eject the morbid matter, tin u mi th stun i-.h and bowels to carry oi that mutter, tho acruniflif h Inc fwopuriMaea afteittually. Hltl.i.st any ot tha naln'ul fcolti.tis rxperienoi'ti In the ourntlin rf most cathartics. It strengthens the ) stem at the eame time that It purees it, and when tak-n daily to moderate doatis. will strengthen and LuilU it up with unusual rapidity. The Live none of the. Jprinrli.'l relators rftl umaa body, and when it Wperitiims Its ituetloi.a well the powers of the: ) st( ui are lull) new U u'tw. ...i.i, t,n. ni The stomach IS al- uiobi rnureiy ini",'"," althy actionoii une tner inr n r j-n i 1Mlrf tm.ril In tunc- I- llomi v. t en t,i H,,m. h at fault, tha bowels are at inuii.nnu w.r system surfers In eonse- ouf-mc oi one oi(,nii w e Li van Slaving oef.snl' '10 do its duty, for the diseases of that orgsin, K one of the prupnttois has made It his study, a praci.ee oi n i n w nn twenty years, to flntl w.einie remedy l.rniin to counters! . the many rh dtrangm.enisto which it Is liable. iwl To prove that this re- a, meny is at inst lounn, -ny person troubled with; iLivi.iitnMn.Aii-T, hi sny of Its forms, has but toiitry a bottle, and convic tion Is certain- These Gums rcmovr' all morbid or bad matter from the" system, sop-implying In theic ple a healthy flow ol blle.in-j IvtcorAting the siunarh, causing fttod to digest 'wcil. ruinrviNO ti Bl.ooo, giving tone ami "health to the whole jna ohlnery, removing ther'cause ol the tH sea ec ef fecting aradtral cure. ij Biljuous ATTAiKBarrL cured, and what is better, rsEvr.iiTi:i, by the oc-r casiona. use oi lite Live a laVIOORATOH. (as One doe after eat-l ,dng Is sulflclrnt to re'leve the stoma h and pre-jM veut tho food from rising and souring. I Only one doss taken', at nlglit; loosensthe bow els geutly, and cure Cobtivf.hi rs. One dose taken afteii, . eacu meal will cure Dii- PEfSlA. jj One dose of two t a-1- 'spoonfuls will always re lieve BU N HCAIAIHE jPl One tHiitle taaeo forii'female obstruction re moves theeauseofthfj 'disease, anu maxes a i tr Teet cure. Only one dose Imme-j .dlately relieves CncLic, while x' One dose often re-, 'peated la a sure curt for Chouia Alosnus.aniJ a preventritie ol ( i;oi- ESA. I Only one bottle ls;; needed to threw uut of the system the effects), , of mi-dlcine alter a vng sicatiess. ,aW: One bottle taxen fori, JJavkdkt umoves all nnl lowness or unnatural! .color trom thesKin. One dose Uaen a ,Mhuit time beluie eMInjr gives vigjr to the ap L.'itetlte, f.iid mnkt s ft oil di vest well. i utie uoee oiien re-" ieaicu curt i i-hu'mu im ArricotA in its worst1- forms, vwlitle Si mmit nnd BowL complaints,"":) leld alinoet to the bint it. o One or two down 'cu es attacks cttused by Worns in Children : ilhere Is to surer. ial r, or sjeeilierremed In the world, as it "never l-ils " a lew noiues cures1 niunv, uy .At- niaJg iua absorbents lJ We taaeplearurrln recommending this medi cine as a preventive iit foi Fi:vi:r am Aoi;:,tMia.i. KEvtr, and all k- vtrs id a uillovs i vhe, It operates with cer-n! tatutv, and tlinutunils are willing to testify tol-.ltswonde.ful virtues. AH who use 1' ara trivin tr their un&nimoDs tot irncny in Its favor. jr-er Mix water in the mouth with moinvic- orator and swallow both ir-gctfcf r. I n K LIVKK l MJllllA MK IS A SCIENTIFIC MKDICAL Mr-COVIRV. and Is daily working cures, almost ton gret lo bell. ve. It cures as ii ny magic, even tne oibt oobi giving c n ellt, and seldom more than one bottle is unuiifd to cure any sind of LIVKR Complaint, from the uornt Jaundice or Djspepri to a common Ileadae lie, all of which are the result or a DisKAhKD I.I I it. PaiCKONK DOLLAR PMi BOTTLR Dr. SANFORn, Proprietor, 346 Ilronduay, N. Vaia, retailed by all DruKRists. Sold also by W. WEU8THOFF, GKONEWEG 4. STKWART, ept7-dawly Dajton, Ohio. BOEUII AVE'a IIOM !UTTK US 0 ,,J PA jl rw i k Zj . v ..... o e . Till CIUIBRATKD FIOLLAND RKMKDY FOE DISEASE CF THE RIDXETS, LIVER COMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND, FEVER AND AGUE. And the various affections consequent upon a dis ordered 8T0M A Cn ORL1VER, Such as Indigestion, Acidity ofthe stomach, Colicky Pains, Heartburn, Loss ot Apetite, uet-pondrnrv costiveness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. Inalwiti vous, RbueTnatlo and Neuralgic Aflectlons It has In numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and In others effected a decided cure. This Is a purely vegetable compound prepared on scientific principles, after the manner of the cele brated Holland Professor. Boerhave. Because of Its great success in most of the r.uropeon Mates, its In troduction Into the United States was intended more especially for those of our fat hei land scatteied here and there over the face of this mighty country Meeting with great succcsb among them, I now otter It to the American public, knowing that Its truly wonderlul medicinal virtues must ne nrKiiowieupeu. It Is particularly recommended to those persons whose constitutions mav have been lmimired bv the oontlnuons use of ardent spirits, or other fmmsol rMssipatlon. Generally instantaneous in effect, it Ands Its way directly to the seat of lite, thrilling and quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and In fact, Infusing new health and vigor in the system. CAI'TIOftX The great popularity of this delightful Aroma has Induced many Imitations, which the public should guard against purchasing. lie r.ot persuaded tc 1 uy anything else until you nave given Uocrhme s Koi land Bitters a lair trial. One bottle will continue fou how Infinitely superior it is to all these imita tions. 1 Sold at 1,00 p,jrbottle,orsixbottlefor5,00,by the tSOLK PkOHalh'lOKS, BENJAMIN PAGK, JR. & CO. MANUFATUKINO Phariuncnili nnd liiiiiits, PITTSBURGH, PA. BOLD BY Barnes a Park, New York. Suiro, E-tein k Co., Cincinnati. Hubbard A Kubinstn, 12U Main St.. igent. for Dayton, Ohio. j2 lydstr. NEW TREATMENT. P It I VAT E AND Confidential Medical Advice I ! AT tho HuiThIo Privutfi Hospital Ilshed for the cure ot SyphPin, Sernina Kffi.V - al Weak ness and the Secret lnllrmiiii si.il Youth niid Uti. rttt by Da. A.MUS K SON, lluilalo, N. V. Cilice. corner of Main and Qua sticets. (up siairs.) a Most sciuntiimo invkntiun. An instrument (or the cure of genital Debllltv, or Nocturna Kiuissiuus, more properly known as i m tnal Weakness, etc. Cnu be permanenti i cuied in from tlft en davs to two months, bv the use a I tins instrument, when used conjointly wilh nieuu'liiCB. YiUINO MEN TAKK PAttTKM I.A R NoTICK Dr. AMOS and SON take pleasure In aimounrfitfr that they have invented a mont impoi laht iimt i u- ment lor tne cueoi ine anove uier ahes. ii iihm net n sutijected to a test by the most einin nt phy U inns in London, raria. rninne Linn auu r.ew ioik; ii iihh been declared the only ueiul iiiittri.iiieiit uhi. h lins .-r et been invumeu, ior nie cure oi m-imiii Weakness, or aov disease ol Ihe ceuital oihhi;k. oaused by the secret habitsof youth. Puce Ten Lois lars.by Mail or Express. A CURB WARRANTED. Dr AMOS and SuN have devote. I their attention exclusively to this peeu iar rlnss nf ma aiiles.nnd the reiiei tne nave couseiiueniiy iiccn aloe to ren der their feilow-creaturs. ialully testified and giate fully acknowledged by couvaleitcent aliems and othersdallyarrlving in town, lrom all parts of the country, for the express purpose only oi consulta tions, while their exertions haveheen crow ned with the most signal advantages; yet .rom what they have experienced in entiuirlng into the causes ui these Inlectlous oomplaiuls, (lrom their most Pimple oondltlou to that of the most dangeious and invet erate,) they have alwa s eutertaii td the possibility of their prevention and remo, at, am: liter me in variably found that the rnovt horr tide and ma! truant forms of dtseaie oould a must invarihl be traced to one of the following onuses: Igiiornnee, ne),leet, or the tltetleolsof unskllllui r improper treai inentj therefore Dr. AMUS and HON have aueei eded in discovering, la the selection or then remedies, a sale, effectual and cautious uourse; omitting all eoiunlnatlon of remedies whivh bear an ouivmal eharacter, as well as those whose premature or inju dicious application mlgl t be productive ol had tuo svouences in the hands ol private indiv Uitials. in shoit, the laudable end of their remedies is the less ening of a great mass of human uiUeiy by the aljev iatlon, relief and prevention ol those gilt vnus af flictions that are la realitv the secret loeol lilt , and which, while thet so extensively surround us, call slot d for our skill and iuterlerence lor their extci. mia .lion. K COUNTRY INVALIDS. Persons in an r part of the world may be Hicccm fully treated by forward lug a correet detail ot their ease, with the remittance for medicines, etc. Address I'r. AMos and SON, comer Main and Quay streets, Buffalo, N. V. Jaul-dawly WATER COOLERS. THE Hiiliacrihor has lately received in a lot of Stun. Ware a few Stone Water Cooler!, holding si gallons, a cheap article; also jars, orooks. Jugs, pans, butter Jars, fruit lars, as well aa a gaoaral eaeortiueat of .arthen crocks, jle dlslits. aiova srooaa, aa, and lor Mle oliean b, 1 CHAH1.RS POIT, rlf Eaat id Itreet, ttuiUosn alauias.