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Owing Mndilart loth alls, wiuou uukot b anrasslsd or pulled TtlV SC All nftilA With tt, i,l1,a mf.t,.nl,Yal . Salll nrt all warranted to won ttll on nil kinds if ; goons, iron) tn lightest falirlo tohcavy leather. In lartlaulr,we would null attention ot nil toour now it " Har-rslnwthsrorJSdux ; I t of 1! Who; are, Vitui. J I J aa tV.urorcil rnie of .tf-s 1 1 ooit v.aluftbl- Inventions A .. J f h sg. Tbrr e sai i inutrlisklnic tha Losfe ""'W ' .11 dutch ou both side of th. VOL, X. 1f ifiFCI rti DAVTON . "!?V ;g --- - - V; ; OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1839, NO. HV famll Bewlng maohlne. Ithas been manufactured jsprsa.ly lor ismllyuse, ami hii met with rsvor ; from Kit. It 1b ao simplified s to render it impound t platoretout of order, or dersufre Ita oiiernllonsi loaned It It so simple as to astonish ooo, that ao mill piece of nicotian am willsew. Be we glees dasorlptloa of thedllrorcot style Of th Wefd Patent. NO ,1 la Tor convenient Mo which can b Worked hy hand or foot, on or off Ita own tatde For convenience or shlpplnrantl alio for Isrge manulac lories where it la nee. airy to pis a number of machines Into Inn bench making one table anawer for them nil. Price 900. --l'."''0' Mahogany Tnble, either ' ? rTithrut B" Top, which locas down. Price k 9 lo and 91 10, '..?!' ,."' f" S,hut run. nlth helt !3?n.iT.5jih"r.r',,.'",r P""'1 This kind I. wail XV? 1 a'nu,"ur clothing or leather woi k Thlsls reslly ih cheapest nchlne In the market a there 11 1 no -cork done on a Sewing Machine that E"': "O It la ennflJenrly nsacrteit that fill P1"!"0' eaalor lhau ny raso ,lne now in uae. ' Thla Machltiahss a Inns; arm, to sr-oom-saodatelvr work. Ii rum at a filg!i rate of speed ruoeeasily, and IB without ndour.r.thr bet Machine f Tllor'euM.eir nil red to the public It la sIfo j penuharlt fitted for pMntntlon ivoru, aa It la verv simple yet auliatantl .1 and durable, with but lit 1 1c liability togctout of order. Price tiro Nt). Trill It a new and cheaper atvle, and A feneral favorite for Family, fight Leather, and a great variety i.f work Ith.isbeen gotten up with reference to rurnlahlng a strong ami uial le. jet light and taaty mathm-, nt a I... pilce than elthi t of th above. It runs verv-rasi, rpldli, and la proaounoel the beat machine now in niatket fur 30. NO. 1. This la s. machine got up on an entirely . J11;."'' llfr,r-'iit trim airthlng ever beti.re ottered to the public, and we conlldently aert that lorlamllv uaa It hi nut an equal. It la very lurhl ndtaaty.runaveiyraiildly, la nlmoal nolaeleaa in Ita operation, nod uaea a stkmoht nctdle. It It o arranged at to be utterly imposaible for It to mlat atltehet. it hai a tenainn on hot aulea, and carrica laree auppiy of thread on the tinder spool. The notione are gained by two amall cranka that run without prceutlble nolae. The two threailt are worked Invuch a rnannorat never to iiull both nt the taoiethne andconaecjuently, little liitble to break The team la very elantlrj and the thread doea not break In wiahtug. It will do ooarpc work better tnan an. cheap machine now In man et, as It uaet Bilk, cotton, or llnuen with equal facility. Price Descriptive ( Irculnra turniihed gratia. ' OKFICH RKtMUWAY, N. V. WHI CNfi Jf Ut LVOK Proprielnra. I. i TRUMP, Agent. (iei;-4m tUw CLOSING- OUT SALE OK Rich Dress Goods, Embroideries, Pnrnsols, &e. N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.'S! B. B Cor Main and Markot nts , COMMIiNCIXG TL'ICSIMV, .1UXK 11 And will eontlnuo until Hie entire atock ol Summer DreBt Uooda, PAratola. Kmbrotderlr", tc, nro told. Rich Drosg Silks, worth $1,50 for 1,00. Kioh l)r Sihka, worth 75 cts. for 50 c, Kioh IlereKe Hobes at Kuitorn cost. Htch Challi Kobea at Kaatrrn onnt. Kich Vnlenctas at Kustcrn cost. Kioh ChuJIies worth 20 cm. for 12 cttt. Kioh Lawns (warranted fust colore) worth 20 ate. for 121 ota. Kich Kmbroiiioriee tit oontof importation. Kioh C illara worth 25 cents for 10 cento, Rioh Embroioered fcl't worth $6,00 for 3,50. Rich Paranoia nt unntifHCturere' prioca. Uoavp Brown Sheetings worth 10 cents for 9 cents. Heaey Brown Hheetiuys worth 10 cents for 8 cents. Fine Hrown Sheetings worth 8J cents for 01 cents. Enulieh Chintz, a yard wide, for 10 cents. Hoop Hkirts worth $4.00 for S3 (HO. Hoop Skirt worth S3 00 for JJ.00. Misses Hoop Skirts worth 76 cts. for 50 cts Ladies' Linen Handkerchief's worth 20 cts. for 12$ cents Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs worth 10 cents for 6k ots. , Also a heavy stock of Cottonades, Denims, c , &o , at unusually low prices. O-We have a heavy stock of the ahove gooda, wnich are all new and must be told in onler to make room for our heavy Inl purchases. N. P. DOUGLASS & CO, J'31 K. Cor. Main and Market at. Wanicft9m A SITUATION', hy n married man. a tn Wholesale or Retail Grocety and Tro- jean W. B , Empire Ofllce. Fresh Raspberries! W. 0. RANDALL St CO. ARE receiving twice per duy the best quali ty of Ratpborrles from the Garden of Mr. . 0it Ri aille4tiould a -cure these bei rle for can Hint, and for Jira an I p -eaervea, this week. They are altodally recelv ng those extra Straw berries from Sanduaay. Berries and Fruit, of sll kii d in season. Je30 Third at., ucnr the Pot Office. Fresh Meat Every Day. ltEVNOI.DI A JEFFItir.8' Daily Meat and Provision 6tH iireet, 3 doort east of Hrown ttrett, DAYTON, O , KEKP conHtantly on hand Frnnh Mats of very Kind. Butter, t'tcg, m Veirt tahlet, in HAtnn. I'roJuoeoi nil deBcriptiooa obtainable d be hftd at their ttore. tfAi t hey do their own butchering, the Public en rlyon prucurhiK t reffh At r.vKnv mornino du rinf the week, iheydcsiro the ip'e to know that on ONOAy morning they en w wMirenieitt al.iuRht red during the previous night. They will ulraie tear thisln mind. ThinJtlul f r mnt pH'ronnge, they soliotta enntln uanoe of public iftVttr, dot, mined to deserve it. Remember 6th street, a doort from Brown street. jc30-lyd Physiology & Physiognomy MHrj. TBOMPBON.Doctreas, KNOWN throtiiihout all the principal oltlesof the Union for the number snd complete euros she USB effected lor attlictsd females, has taken Xhis As. 16,Beektl lhu$t, (late F ha nix saw,) Where she may he consulted by all lemsles whoare afteoted withdisea.es pecullsi to the sex. aha ouree permanently byHpcpuia, and all detdll tisa, ubslructliMis, ao.. to which females are subject. Her medicines are vegetable preparations, and are lodlaa Remedies. Thev are a an t cine. Personal examinations made st her room, snd euros auarsntoed. and married life made sereeshls. Hhe will Rive true delineations of character, made from examination of head, faoe and neck. She will extract corne without drawing hlood. All Bhs proposes to do, she will goBi-antee- aha Invites the stfllcled ladles of Dayton to call andoousult her soon, as she will remain hut s short time. jesi-tr NOTICE TO PUPILS. J" "SnHS rvV-rrtVaj bin lr itiiiii ittitturii Alt a- p'teanta for ad mi mi on Into the Central High School upon xmliiati.n. are rrqueited to j wt - I I the IT. H G Mi.ll.l.i.w ....... I meet at the C. H. R. But' Jim on next Monday, the J. V. MIlt.FR, H. L IIUUWN. JeiM.tt committee A Curd to the Fur mi tig public. WE tha undersigned have purchased of Martin Bomherver, agent, and tried one of Doner's Self.Raklng Reaera snd Mowers, manu factured b essis. Prlt a Knhna, ned II gives us rest satisfaction to recomniei.d it to the fsimi nil taabest cutting reaper we ha a ever seen st work, aad as to rsktiix it u.nnot he.ur ..sed tvsny reap er made. HI-NKV CAHNhY, JOHN CAMNkV. Uarmaa Tp., siuntgoaierr Co. Sf have seen the reaper of the Messrs. fsrney. ; Bsautvotursd by Pritt a Kuhns at work, aod I jr concur la what they have snid. i 1SHAKL (iARBHON. JAIOU CAUNaV, HKX11V 11. HUNT, Jackson Tp., Butler Co., O. jta LOST. IN or between Huston Hal! and 4th street, two seals and key (gold) set with different colored Bton. A Uhersl reward 111 U given to th fll.dar by lesTlm them at this ottle. Jew OK BOXKSof extm nice (Irnnves. just re- AUseivedby BHANflKSBlilif) k CO. JU-lwd , No. KS), Third Street FOUND. Yesterday, a Ko In Kev. i For further Inforsistlon, inquire at ihts otfie. fTErTjf)N ATH AKTiorjtu. "Itpnif Af 'niy-e large let just rsived. J; . r. 9 tneiu 1 THE DAILY EMPIRE OFFIOtB Of PUBLIOATION kapixe BiildiBj, ThiH s!.,Sftcth jide Ita k Jffferwi r m m Mm 8iul oeptei.putup inwiftppars.ltMinU. Cincinnati Agency. Type Foundry Oornnnn la our duly authorised agent to rnnke contracts and receipt fur Advertisement subscriptions, Ac., in that city. Tn Bi'-lNitKS rlss The Empire Job Rooms rein complete trim, and we are now prepared 'odn work of all descriptions in the best style mieart, usu in and examine our Worn and learn our priors. a-r m APTsansaas Advertisements or notices Tor tba Kmpira must ha baud. -4 into the office by fa e ei on the day they are dn ired to be published not Inter. We cannot ireetolnsrt them aftei that hour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to have advertisements insertrd tn tho Weekly Empire should hand them in by Saturday morning, at the latest. tf&Our advertising! patrons will perceive that, by our arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always nrir ft very important matterto them, rr.Seelh paije for Telegraph Reports. Senator Pugh's Letter. Vie publish to-nny the letter of Senator Pu!h, in answer to a letter from Mr. Hofer, of Cincinnati, the gentleman who baa made him self no'able in a correspondence with the Sec retary of Suit. It la a clear, forcible docu ment, and takes tho riht view of ilie "cxpatrl ation tuealinn." It ao evidently indicates and points out the meaning of Sen. Cans' letter tint ro one can fail to be satisfied as to what position is taken by our venerable Secretary, The Icltnr would have been published immedi ately after its appearance in the Cincinnati papers, but was mislaid. of it ToNioiit I Those who feol an interest in the reform of this community espocially in the matter of Whitky drinking will retnerube' that a jnecling of the friends of temperance will be held at Huston Hall this evening. Trof Onddia will be present and address the meet ing; and measures for etayng the vice of drun keiii s will bcimtiated. While all may not he able to agree vpon a plan for suppressing intemperance, few will deny that "sumelbLg "ught to be done I" Go and hear. ST Members of Lodge Ni 4.1.0. 8 M.will leave bere this evening forj'etiia, to patticipate in the initiatory and installation eeremouies at ih.it place to night. Half fare will only ho charged in the train leaving at 6 p m. The traiu will start at this hour precisely, instead of OJa as advertised yesterday, Dn't get left be biud. The excellent rhteuix Band accompa nies them. to a for Attentiox IxDEriHDiNTsI There will be ex ercise this evening at 7 o'clock, and an ad journed meeting aftor. Every member going to Springfield is reques t-d to be in attendance. is baa W. H. ROUZER, Sec'y. NtrinsK Kiai Co. No. 3 The members of this Company are nqueaUid to meet at their bouse this evening at i before 7 o'clcok for exercise, aud at 8 o'clock for business meeting. to a WM. R. ALLEN, Sec'y. Nativi Amkscan Remains Yesterday while Mr. George Lane, Sexton of Woodland Ceme tery, with some hands, werent work in a gravel batik, nn the opposite side of Uiu ravine from tlio Estabrook Vault, they discovered thiee skeletons, In a tolerable state of preservation They Were deposited about two feet below thu stufuce, and were placed at regular distancea of about two feet apart. Wheu fist uncovered, the skulls, and all the bonis looked perfect even the finger and toe bones but when handled, some of them mouldered tn dust. The skull bones were as thick again as those of white meu were nearly a quarter of an inch in thickness and those acquainted with the skulls uf different uatinnstlTnm that they belonged to Indians. If anything more were wanting to settle the question, it is found in the unusual ly high cheek bones, very eaaily distinguished. Mr. Lane presented us with a akul , teeth, and everal frartiona of limbs, and on our ahowing them to a physician he pronounced them "Imli an," and said they boro evidence of having liecn interred a great many yeara. The major p. rtion of the skeletons maybe seen at I he Cemetury by the curious. What a atranhe his toy could lho60 mouldering aboriginals dia close, had they the power to discourse ! a of and in ai.d ful I 1 Baxvcst Exct'asioNisrs . A large portion of the citixeos of this county, aro at this time ma king most delightful excursions in our harvest Helda. I', is not only pleasant, but pays well. One gentleman wa observed yesterday seated on one of those comfortable chairs attached to Pritz & Kuhns Reapers, with an umbrella to protect him from Iho aun, engineering a reap, or that does the work of twenty men. With a cigar in his mouth, he appeared to enjoy his ex cursion.and was as cool and corafortablo as if he waa taking a ride to the White Sulnber Springs I Ue was indebted for all this comfort to the genius of Oorsey, who had perfected a labor aaviog machine that can accomplish more in one hour than twenty men can in one day, exposed lo the heat of a tropical sun. The sight of this excuraiouist waa auggestiva lo us of the wonderful progress that la being mads in all kiods of machinery, printing Pre-eea, planing machiuos, wheal and atone drills, aew mg tnacbiuea, snd reat inaof oihor labor ' saving machiuea, which are manufactured hy our ingenious and indusirioi a Dayton ruechan tea, and distributed by our labor saving rail- toads all over the West. the and gut not per the Tux Lati Railboad Acoidi.it W have re ceived by the bands of T. M. Johns, Express Agent, the following account of the late terrible railway accident, fruin a director of the Sao., rlup-ky, Dayton aud Cmciunati Kailroad, who returned from the wteck last night. It occur- red on the Michigan Southern Itosd at the crossing of the St. Jo river. The river at this . , ... poiut la exiremely narrow and its banks very ebrupt ard steep. Tha high water brought down great quantities of flood wood, which became choked in the bridge, and when the train struck It, It gave way, causing fearful loss of life. When uur infurmsnt left, 47 persons bad already U en taken from tb wreck dead' and at least IS or 80 were not vet found. It is suppoi-cd that at least ou person w.r killed in ' all. All th bands belonging to th traiu werr ' killed except the conductor, who waa fortunate ly In th slscpiug car. Th whole train ia a mini wreck. Th loss to th Rail Road Company Is rsry great. The United Suu Express Company feir 1m net Ub eomldsrsbl loss. of hie of w his Ur Kiad Pa'Saox at Asms Yesterday an nl tercation occurred Iwiween our "imp" and an ilinersnt praciitioncr of that celebrated insirus ment the "corporation fiildlc," which unfortun ately led the representative of the realms of Pluto (meaning the Imp) and the aforesaid J.iur nddler" into a trial of hature'e werpon, which proved a mure t ffi ctual mode of settling the mstter in disputo, and simmering down the bellicose di-posi ion of the disputants. Our imp, wiih sll the "fire" of his ancestors, (who used to was some pugilist) was the first ti show fitht, which be did by assuming a Tho. Say res altitude and acting in the offensive, ma king plsy with his right, which took i ffcrlupnn the "left entrance" 1 1 the fiddler's pruboscis, and considerably enlarging lhat orpnn. The fiddler, ot this Juncture, began tn ime.'f some thing, (whether a mice or not wa ill nott-av) and rallying from the tff-ci of lhe"flrst blood" he came to time in style, made sundry well mid psssea M his "imp-hip," all of which are admirably parried by Ibnt gentleman The lover of "sweet aonnds" began to get des perste. end "went for" l he devolid head ot hi datatnc Majesty with a looseness and ferority that was a-touishing. But the junior Piute fully tqusl to the emergency; for with tin rapidity of lightning he knocked off the blow.- of his antagonist, at the same lime pUnting a large Collection of 'moistening clinchers" around the smelling hotile, and in the immedi ale vicinity of certain potato traps, windows, etc., which adorned thu cranium of the "cor poration man," aud in one instance throwing a shade over one of the urgaua of liuht, which completely ohscured iis vision. Upon time be ing culled the rtdoub able fiddler was with difficulty brought to the "scratch." A huge, sardonic gnu illumined the ghasily countenance our imp as he watched the iff .its being put forth by bis adversary fur the last grand round the termination of which, hechuckled to think, would leave htm ma-Ier of the field. And so as. Thu fiddler was completely vanquished, literally used up, lulally "fiddled" out. Sun dry "kulghta of the stick and rule," who had been witnesses of the fray, proceeded at once "distribute," in some convenient and appro. pnate "case," the now "squabbled form" of the fallen heto, anticipating lhat the natural propensities of the "imp o' daikneaa" would not be satisfied with this triumph, but would lead him lo conjure the infernal fienda to tear the unfortunate fid Her all to pieces! V 8 We will slate, for the benefit of the nervous sanguine, that in the the event of such I occurrence, sui ahle arrangements had been mad to "save" Ihe pieces. &T The case of tho State vs. Benhsm, in diet d for murder in the second degree, which occupied the court, since Thursday last, waa giveu to the jury last evening, and wiuhin tweuty minutes they teiurntd a verdicl of uut guilty. This cas- was ahly'coiulucied on both sides. D, A. H-'uk, prosec'iiing attorney, as sisted by S Ctaigheid, E-q., for the 8iate, and Qeo W, Houk, ki-q.,ai.d lien. Vsllaudighaiu, lb defense. Ihe peechee,oa boib aides were able, and nil C ed much credit upon the speakers. The speech of Geo. W, Houk, E.q., asid to have been one of the most able that been delivered befoia the court for a long period, Kkuxt's IbLAND Header, you are) supposed kuuw where K I ley a Islaud is; and what would you not give lo be localed there this hot weathei? Well, you can be, in seven hours, al trifling expeuse; and a number of our ciii sens very wisely yesterday tuuk their departure this hot reaiou lo ujoy the lifereatoiiug, health giving, cool hreizea of Lake Erie. Among oihera were Dr. K. bmiih and family. Forth first lint this season we were seized with an avaricious disposition If we had money enough to pay expenses, we loo would recuperate our mental aud physical energies by visit to Kelley'a Island. "Tux Daioa'aT." We have received No. 8 a monlhly Journal, wiih the above title, pub lishod by Mr. 0 S. Williams, and edited by Henry E, Fooie, M D., assisted by E 8 Wayne Mr. J. M. Oorden, practical cheuvsts . Office 194, Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. "The Druggist is especially desigmd for circulation aino'ig Druggists, Chemists, Pharmaceutists, Physicians, and all persona having an interest the exteiis'on of Pharmaceutical knowledge, information advanlageoua to the Drug business. "The Druggist will contain monlhly a great deal of matter interesting, instructive, and use to the general resder ; any nuinlier almust is worth the price of the Volume $1 per year. ne putiiitner la well Known to the pontic as a reliable mau,and hia name is a eufticieut guari antee lhat the paper will be put up in the best style, and promptly delivered to fiubsenbere.- i.c editors uave the reputation ol heingamong most eminent Physicians, and Druggists Chemists in ih West. Druggists and Physicians, especially, should have"The Drug ;" surely intelligent men in the trade will do without i'. Clubs of 15 can get the pa for $10, Addat.sU, S Williams, 1!I4, Walnut st. Cm. AKOTIIBK r ATAL K.WI.KUAD ACVIPINT From the rtuletniun of this niumin we learn that a train on the Pittsburg, Fort Wuyne Jt Chicago Railroad ran oft' the track yesterday morning, H short distance east of Crestline, smashing the locomotive and mail car, killing Express Messenger A D. Hrown, and severely injuring the Mail Agent Wui. Farker. A few others whoso names we did not learn, were injured in Iho ruins of the oars. The accident wus caused by the lo comotive running over cow, which threw former and severul oars off the track. ty W, H. Brandenburg & Co., adverti- to tha receipt of lots of good things. Frubs. fresh nice aud luscious, ran b bad al ibeir uauat low prices. Pass tbsl way and gel soma 17 Th gathered clouds and fl ohes of light uitig, Ibis ye-lerdsy afternoon, indicaud heavy showers weal and south of till- city, ihe ff cts which tab noticed in the increased oh,1 nessof the anoospber in dsy. Th rain will also prove a great benefit lo growiig crops. li T" W hear of tiututrsuf pio hie and fish parties from our ci'y to.day. From tb ex teusiv "gearing" of one fi-hiog parly, in par ticular, we hav au idea thai baas is the Idiauii will Ih sensibly diminished- rr ihe sun sets this eve IU Davis, 79, Jtffuisou at., is gelling up som lb nicest wuik for ladies, misses, and gents, have ever seen in this city. He offers so article which is light, handsome and durante their qualiliea which he eonibiu In feet gear. ell kuuw how to IT A Dayloniau bad bis pockc relieved of porte-iuonaieand a buodi.d dollar In rash lastwewk, iu Hi L "is, 0Th tVsyn trwt Bspilst Church fj. pie al at tumUrlsad fall Uwd. th at Senator Douglas' Letter. morning, in speaking of tha letter of Sonator Uoug.'as declares : 'The letter of Senator Djugla. explodes uaa uoinosnai! in me iiemntirn'lo camp and is likaly to produce a tremendous nip tur in the already tottering party. All the ofncial nrirana. nnilue tlm iuim,.,. f ihu rtxecutivc, and the trcarurv- nao-suckers. generally, denonnu It freely, ami without stint or reserve. ' 1 ho assertion is an Infamous falsehood. There is no sclii-in in Hie IJeuiocratio cttini ; an! In the whole Cnion, only threo or lour UouiocrHiio papers have found fault with the letter of Judge Duuclus' Their romaika are published, quoted, reqttoted, and coidum ntcd upon by the Republican press, until the country is flooded with them, and then the Republicans turn In uud dcoluro that the hubbub which thev have themselves crea ted, originated In and threatens destruction to the Democratic, Furty. The Democracy as a whole, whatever views they may hare as to the propriety of Judge Liouglua writing suuh n loiter nt this tune, fail to see in it any of the disastrous consequences to their party which the oppet sition love to oontemplatr. , Kven if tha letter was uncalled for, it contains nothing to distract the bnrmony ol uur camp. A ge.ntlcain addresses Douglas desiring; to know whether ho will permit the use of his name before the Charleston con vention," President Ue; replies th it if tha Detnocmtio party adhere to their former principles as expressed in several national measures and at former conventions, he will allow his name to be presented, but if they adopt ocrtain new measures which he mom tions, he cannot in justice to hitn-clf acoept the nomination if tendered. Now what is there wrong in thai? .Any man certainly has the right to say whether ho will lie a candidate for nomination or not, and he has the right to any that if certain things nre contained in the platform, he cannot accept the nomination, I her is no party, all the members of which hold exactly the same views, it is to be doubted whether there are a dozen men in either the Republican or Demourutio party who have exactly the nuine opinion on tl.e same political aubjeuts. l!ut that dues not, by any means, prevent them from working together us a whole. If Judge Douglas, or any other man, doea not agroe with everything the Den ocracy chooso to adopt, tliut does not prevent them from act ing with the pony. They may prefer not to have their names come before i conven tion; that is a matter which depends upon their own pleasure but it is the motto o oar party to sink all personul predilections in a political oontost and battle together fur victory. The War News. The Arabia briogs news, that immrnao bodies of Austrian troops are concentrating in the fortresses between thvMiueio snd the Adive. They are evidently preparing for a last and mighty f flirt lo retrieve their losses in Italy Napoleon has sent to France for 1110,000 addi tional soldiera Ue coo Id get a million if he wanted them, for the country is convulsed with enthusiasm and ever) body isvai r to sh iro in the glories of victory, The balance of the cam paign will differ materially from the previous part There haa so far been s series ol pitched batiles, a succession of bnllinnt successes. Bui now the allied army will be compelled to under take a protracted aiege. The strong holds or the Austrian sr well furnfii d and ganNoned snd will iu all probability resist the attack for sometime. The impulsive Fiencb temperament is better suited lo the excitement of t lie open bailie field, thsu to the monotonous and tin some uess of a sieges Beeides, ihe low country along the Miucio aud Ibe Adige, is extremely sickly and more of the armies will perinh by malaria and disease than by slaughter. Every ibing seems lo tell lb Emperor to attempt to take the lornessea hy storm, while thu w sr spirit is up and before the Auslriaus can recn er from their reverses. HT The Democrats have carried Ihe county with a rush. Wkitt Cloud (ATiasm) Chuf. The nbove uitist have cost Sol. Miller a big effort . Ue had been for weeks Idling the peo pie that the "Republicans had the thing set, " and that'Mhecouuiy is safe for freedom." And he was right; il is iu Ibe best keeping possible, Iu another place he becomes atsnned; the couuly has not only gone wrong, bin he fears Territory has gone to But hear him: From the look of affairs, we greatly fear the Democrsis will have a majority in thu Conven lion. But we will bpe lor the best, Do, Sol. ; thai' right. There's Eolhiug of a Heeling kind like hope, especislly if you have anything to bang it on. Hut enough of this foolishness. You are too old, M'ller, to. hawk over the stale nonseu-e about tho Democracy ruining tho couulry. Wo only wonder tlnil you are not ashamed cf it Will you never get over the swallowinguf those Ogle spouns T Ssslnaps Last Night Nioiitixcaix (Juab tint, The Joung lady on War street. who received a serened lat nibr, from the "K ighliOk'sle Q isrleite," deciles lo relur" them her compliment for Ihe beautiful music they discoursed beiieain her window It was near ourowu residence, and we, wiih all the neigh boihood, drsuk in the delicousstiains wait d light Thev have been practicing but a short liuie.bul tl ey already play finely ai d piumise to be oue ol ill best serwnauing bands iu th city. fljT Wash. Wilson, Main si reel, has a new and eouiple-w as.orimeui of summer bonis and slug's, which will b sold at new prices ; slock aud woik warranted. So advariiM-meui. 17 Ths inv.uuu verdict io the Breach of i'rouiise ca in tii. Louis, was set aside because Miss Cais ally's letier to Mr 8haw, which wa- xclnded by tha Court, was published in the uew. papers before the Jury bad decided ou a verdict. IT Th Dayton Light Guard parades this afieuoon. Tbsir usual fie military apoear auce will attract th attention of oorcititrus. lIT rrofessor Caddis will deliver a Temper ance Leetur this evening, at Huston liall An esp-cisl Invitation is extended tn th younf men of the city to attend, Oa aud hear L.cture. tJ" The comroeureinegt cisrc se of th third Term of Am loch College took plac yuatoiday Yellow Spring. S.7 Tb Coluoibus pspwrs of this niornin nolle th visit of a storm in that locality ys tsrdsy afternoon. , IT Tb . 8. uf the Methods ekarek f MlMii Oi1 kf pis ti U orf. NEWS ITEMS. Th general recruiting service, which has been su-pendi d for some time back, baa, by or' tier of the Secretary of War, again beeu sura vived. It Is said tha; It is th Intention of the Pennsylvania C- t al Road to make the s,.p nig cars free fur first class pssseoaers, jniead of as how, charging flfiy cents extra for a lienh " he LsncHster Express describe- the Petnsy I vsuin giant. aaed ,mlr gix Year-, as tnessn. ii, ol iiii lies around the breast under ihe arm-, 33 inches around the thigb, aud 27 iurhis around ihe head. A irisud Mowing Fislivnl is In take place in R ihway, New J, rey, in a few dy. Among those who intend ss inging the scythe aro the mayor, two or three editors, the post msster, and other dignitaries. Ko-suih publishes a card lo his countrymen in Aaiencn. a a iring them lhat the lime ha. not yet come for them to leave their homes he'e to lake part in the slriliiirle for the redenimion of h-or liSliv land lie invites ihrm In pali, n ly but confidently. There was great excitement in KinsaaCitv some dayasii.ee, on he introduction of a wau-r ran to sprinkle lb sin-ai. The bovs hurraed. he new-paper n porio s followed it from aireet to street lo see how it worked, and a irn.,d heart, ed old w n i tun out to inform the driver thut all hit team Kai irasiin'. Then; ate WJ.Oni) acres of rottnh forest land in the northern part, of New Hampshire that be long to the Stale; and it is pitioed to rice ti tles in all lhat. has l.eenj acluslly i ccupied for six mourns, to reservo iiimu acrea tor home siekds lor setili rs who will live nu m the land ayesrnud ruske certain improvements, and to sen me oaisnce. " he San Francisco Herald stales lhat Ihe pre-ent sinck of California vines now tinder Itivation will yield SOU llnO.UnU of wines and brandies iu twenty yeara f'oio the present duy. The wine product of ihe Golden Sta'e meres cs at ihe rate of 5U per cent, annually, and the quality ol theie i equal lo the best 1 1 ported. In all wine growing countries where the peo ple u-e it ou their lable-, and where a b. tile of it can lie obtained for three or four cents, drun' ktiifiese and bar-rooms am unknown. ar3a.The Washington Star, (Administra ion) says that private advices from Texas lead us to believe thnt Gen. Sain. Houston will, in all probability, boat his opponent, tho Democratic party's nominee, for the Gov ernorship uf Texas in their approaching election. rOTuTho irn'liaui (Muss) Journal re- enrda ihe decease of Mr. Daniel Corthell, of that town, who had tor some time paBt been troubled by a living ennka in his sttinuich Several attempts were made to eject the rep. tile by different methods, which proved un availing, until at l ist boiled milk wits resort ed to, the st'iini til which, its it entered ihe mouth ot Mr -'., started the enake up into his throat, where it stuck la-t, and before it could be removed Mr '. choked to death -It is supposed that Mr. C. sw HoweJ tho snake when it wus quite small, while drink. "g fflaT'.Tnhn A. Washington, proprietor of Mount Vernon, and William e. Turner, ol V'irumiu, have just raadi some large invest ments in real estate in Chicago. The total amount, of their pu-ohose is snid to be tlA-i, UUO Mr. Washington alone purchased 25tf feet river front by li50 feet in depth, for $25. UUO, cash. tjT Lsst Mondsy afternoon. W Baker who was enusged in Owens, Lsne s Dyer's msrhiiie -h.p.wssi ui hunting, in c uipsnv with his brother Frank, and in attempting locliiubover a fence, the lock of hia gun was pulled hack in such a msotier as to csti-eit to herii-chsrged, the whole biad eon-ring near his niouih ami tearing off the fl sh of his left che, k and des troying ih eye. He was brought home in s wagon, and a physician cal'etl to siienrl to his wound, hut alter litureriug until Toesdsy mor mug he died in arreat anonv U siilf.ii Trlt. graph. Mr. Flint, the S-rretary of ihe Mssschiietts Donril of Agriculture, hss added a raven to the .niiiih..loifieal collection in the Siaie O ilunet So far asia known, this ia thesecmid specimen of this bird which ha- ever Imm-u shot in Mn-sa-rhusetts Mr Flint a-serls that it is a lineal descendant of the o.statelj ravens of the saintly dsj-B of yore" which fed lilijsh, hui is corrected lv ihe 1) .slon Jonrtisl, which aiserts that moritt'ti transistors have ili-c ivered that El i.ib was fed bv Am ha. a-id hot hy ravens. "But did 1 tell you what a time I had with my little John!" "No. what was it?" "Why, 1 was showing him the martyrs thrown into the linns, and was tnlltinif. very solemnly to biiii, trvinir lo make biiu feel what a terrible ihiuif it whs. 'Ma,' said he, ull at once. 'O ma. iusi look at that poor little lion wav behind there be won't (ret any'' " Chops in Europe The New York Tri bes trustworthy advices to tho efle- t t lat there is promise ul'cxcellent crone in Kurune: and that in spite of tho war there will be no unusual demand lor American breadstuff in that part of the wur.d. Ttvi tiuvos Mamso Thcr will be a meet in? of the friends of Temperance at Huston Hull, on Thursday, June 30, at 8 o'clock, 1'. M. Prof. M P. Gicldi Jr , of Cincinnati, and oth ers, will be present and address the nieeliiit;. 'o hope there will he a general rally, especial ly among our yuurg men. PETER ODLIN, ROBERT W. STEELE. MAXWELL P. GADDIS. Jj' The court was busy this tnnruiug, In wsitioit for some one to gel ready to be tried The Criminal D-icket waa calhd, but every prisoner answerid not ready just tbeu for trisl. Up t 3 o'clock this afieruoi-u the dsy was thus . coiisuiued, whil ai.y amouul of jurymen and wilno-sea were anxious for Ihe court to reliev. tilt tiJ. lhat ihf miuhf Harart ih rnurL with. ouidiiy " JUesticH itaaid lo Uj alow but ur. and it ia cxpfcird thai omr one of thr priL ets frill cuii-eut to b tried IhU evening. JLT The XXX atitrk alt from Hrri' Brewery ia rmtr oo drult at tha"Ui.iin Saloou' under Beck, la Hall, J. ff rami at. Judfc- of the xru fit piiiiuiuie il aupuhor to any ueveragf of Ihe kiiH, and that it btara no alliuiiy to 'Mualy Ala." 8c advwii-emetit. iCT The Marab TnUe are planum al prea ant in Si L -ui. They ate cotuiug urth. Birch i Uunntkwr'- .Vliumreli ai iu Cincin uati 1'hcy will prottaltly cooje ihia ay. IT The balai.ca of 8.1wr I' I a ted Ware will bat.ffervd for aale at Chriktuphvr'a ruotua ihia av, utuf at 7 uVlork. tTRrv Theodore Patkt-r haa arrived England much tmpruved in haalih. in - a WEST'S HOTEL, coaaca or Columbus Atsbub and Water Street SANDUSKY CITY, VII i u. W. T. WKST, r J Propria tors. A a. win tf UKl.VCLS. Wll ItlUVDKN'tl'HO & CO. bar just r-lvl W tune fresh OruiM ,isi O'lilJiS Ud ' Uookl U,Tl Jurt aei " 9. i t. tHVBU. of NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Ko Kmmsc: Pleas announce the nsaieof J. A. SriAOLl as th. Peoples' candidate fo- C' unci man in the Third Ward, at the ensuing SpeMal dec ten J"T many rmicMis. w are outhorired to annnuoc J. Harvey Thomas as a ndldat for Tru.te In th Third Ward, tonl the vacancy ooeaslomd by the resigns tloa of K. A. More. je illi ulioii, I'tiyioii iJuht fsiinril You are hereby notified to meet at your Arn piyon Thursday, at toVlock P. M., In full uniform, Cxeeirt rsiigue i sp, ror parad. F.tery uniformed member la requested to appear By order of . o. Hl'UHM, Capt. i. A. flKBrv. IstSeig't. j. t 1. O. S. mil. ewssas Ths membe of lie volil Lodge, - f No 4, are cordially Invited to attend B-w, it Xenla oa Thursday evening, June i ,,ht 'o participate ia the Initiatory f - -A and instsllatloo ceremenira cm thsl cswiu. oocsston Arrangements have been rasde for n.iLr rAe tlcVe ts, on the trnia leaving at S.S P M., and araple prepsratlonB have been made by th rethrsaat Xalatoentertaln vlaitlnr Brethren 8pec,ll provisions hate been made for the mem bers of the Council of Ten, and all others familiar with the ivoiik in the 'My.lle Vale," By ordcrof th CnAND COMMANHtR, jeja and President of the Council of Ten. To the Teachers of Montgomeiy County. The Montgomery County Teacher's Assn. olstlonwlll hold Its regular Annual Institute la the oltynf Dayton. The session will commence on MONDAY, JI LV 1 tth, and oontinue four weeks. Instructions will be (then la Orthography, Read ing, Mental Arithmetic, Written Arithmetic, Geo Ri sphy, English Urammar, Physical Ceogtaphy, and Algebra. 1'eacliers or the adjoining Counties are respectful ly invited to attend. Committee of Arrangements. John Tolan, Jsn ea Miller, I. C. Snsvrly, Je-se Wnganiaa Geo. Wlc-iel J. iattln, J. W. Manning. Jeidsw From the Tropics W. II, Brandi nbfrg & Co., HAVE just received by express this morn. Ing alaige lotol those ipl redid Alio, a Urge auply ol OraogcNftad Lvnoui. jf 50, Berries, Cucumbers, &c, IU.-T RECEIVED, nice and Insh. ar,d J gnlngfnsliit BHANUEMitRG av CO'S. jo au RAD AMD REMEM3ER VVIUT YOU READ. NEW STOCK! NE.VPRICFS!! GOOD WORK!!! AT No. 116, Main street. N. W. WILSON THANKFUL fur the rrrv lili-rnl pACrnDafft heretolore extend ri to him. wnulit umin v.n theilifiti oa ol tbe public to lin aw od cumiiJetc HRHUl tUMlt of bummer Boots and Shoes! B'uplo?!nr nons but the heat nrvmt-m.. t e Ju(Mutihai iesng t up the hksi' i rniNu and ueht made Boots and Sho b la the city, and I will guarantee Bstlalactlou in al esses. tr Give me a Trial I N W OTILtON, US Mln street, c doors south of th Msrket. J-VV- keeps a superior artlcleof FRRNCH HI. AC KINfJ i rsotlce to U. Full ' rt'ditorsj. 1W1I.L pay a dividend to creditors uf Kd ward Kalr oa the aoih of Sept., IW9, at my ottlce . r-iuK iu inecreuiiors in part not yet liavin tiled their claims, snd the prort-et which 1 , ave ol S'lliiig sonie ol the res, pioperty. in the niesu time, 1 cauuot state me amount oi ihe,li J,nd. Ji. II. WAI.KLH, JeW-ltdMww Asslsoe Nolirc to Ihe Creditor of E. II. Oftborii! f WILL pay a dividend tn the ore.li t of E. H. flslMirn oa the SOth list ol August, st ni utllee in the .'iu ,,r n-,,..r, ' ilors lsts, Owing lo the fact that the creditors have not near al preaeuled their claims, 1 caumit say w I at the dividend will be, M. JJ. WALKKK, JciSi-ltdAliww Assisnee. (Journal and Garette aopy j rilANKLINIIOUSa CORNER MAIN AND SECOND BTS., DAVTO, O, J0HH P. CLINE, Proprietor. HAVING retaken this weii-known and popular Hotel, I sin determined that Its good reputation with the nilhtic ahall nnr In tl.e Ili diminished under ray superintendence, but rather iiihi it bush o. iucn-seo. The houaehas been tliorouchlv refitted, snd at-en pnsaihle convenience silded lo every department. i ue si vuo, as aeroioiore, will be la criarge ol car hosllers. Jeja-Jmdsw MOUNT VKKAON. . A letter from the Hon. t dward Kverett, to the Puiiliahei. ' Boston, Sth June, IS6S. GtHTLFMrs: The box cuutalumg the view of MU NT VsvR.MO.N. aimed ve.leniiv. I am .m.,i. obliged to euu lor this plesslna ,uexnneu of i.nni. ing in co rs. which, besides Its luicnst as a icpre- n..,v, uiu,, uu au. oiuer, sudesra itseli to ths heart oi ths country, is worn y ;:,e"f"thu, ;,VlULT.'',"h.m!.',..,0 'l'.? work! tna Ol th OuiuaiUOl'v -- ......... v isva v ltw HI cai icr, nipfjiiui. youri, The auheoribera have jua lau d a picture of "".' iieu ia rti acu t ii Lu.ora, l.y now autl iroproi-u proofs, b v. hi. h plcturra ibat htv heriotoieeot Irt'tn al lo l) can be ottaiiiti mr riiijr bcmi. lua sjiie ui uur vngfaving ta Ih by 30 inch: on uier oa iiu rtl hev mia-r United outra. rut-e rnry crnta, pOAtafe jiatd to au, pat t ul the J. W, BVRAM A fl, . WUIM ininUBHTfl, rOUaVICIlJllla, IT" A wot a waated la every oouuty thrvtuhuut tha I' num. C .t a u paper fl vine the above ao Inter, oa and aeuaiDd a tbaraeu copy to the Puhiiahrra. will re- prooi or ine picture Vol ice. 1aytox Biamih State B AN Or Osia. I lisytoa, Ubio, Juu Us, 'bos. I T'H IS Itank will li closed on AlonJa -a Fi Fourta f July. Trios li.Hiur nun ... t.,,i. islllnt lue on that usf will pl.. atleaU sail i.i lliriB oa si.lunlsT toe il ul Jul. By , ider ol lh "",'' "- airs, lasMer. WAJSTTEIX 1 SMALL Farm of front 30 lo 60 acre, 7. .V "prvBi, enoie iruit, .o!l.aa.lbnweo thie sad sis allies iroa, Uilailty Ta. oca.loa asusi r hi h, .ottm.a.Uat s iu. Ailaress.aua ma jjuiiciar, ' ia . t," fie, J"Z. . Iteal taw Aaeat, M st Strayed or Stolen! TW OPonsr. si rated a war or wr afo'.i., . " n.lay veia last, from te rx.litr. Raiaiwi R,k,, ,h7 v.i .', ?,".7W wZI S'Ow.. 4 yea. a .il4i a sn , S rears I4 A lib. icwlAirir , UHVtt. VUS. r-st.,eDrcotali of 1 aiy ' "J. ; -rrrr. ,, SILVER PLATED WARE r.r AT AUCTIOiV--r At Christopher's; Auction Eoomu, 0o'cfxo'T r oVurtt, a. C I OX THURSDAY, -JUNK 30T11, IW9, Will b sold wltbOB mrr lsrg. asscrtniMt of Stiver Flatcd Ware Imported direct from the Msjanfwo,,A. . w.i. d phla, comprising la put, , , Ivleganl Late Style Tea 8cUs, Elegant Late .Styles Coffee Setts, Ct.ffi Urn, l ea Kettles, lo I'itchera, Halvers, Butter Cooler and msnes, vpgrtarno insnea, isstora and Ui.ba lia, Children' Chssed Cops, Cake Usskets, .suraory ana unsnna: Uisbrs, halt Htands, ('ruit Knives, Is noons. Forks. Ao . all of which are I'lnted with TURK SILVER and Warranted. """tMo laopeo for Inspection a'l day on vVednea. (IS! , Whn I -,,A- -n,l ,.,l.n.n K vlted looail ana examine for themseli i s . J. K UiiKlb I OHHFR, . J ,. . . Auetlo.eer. . (Journal and fSsiett copy ) Not Musty Ale I HUT Hsrries' XXX M..ck Ale,, at tin "l'n,"n "aioon," 14 i fltrtoa sUeet. Jen-lwil Al l. (Ol lif lt's HAIR TOISTIC, tor rromnttng the Growth uf the Uairt M ANITA TVUFD AMU 1ALE BY sic. iL)a vuwuiiaYro T . "e vvi. aiuniua ana xsarxet atrests, DAYTON, OHIO. I T is peculiarly adnpted for the use of Ls a dies as It will without fall, promote the growth "sir, ami uD-iae sgresi nisny ol theso ea led lair Tonics, will restore aad not injure th hslr. jes; N. E. JORDAN. Attorney and Connsellor AT LAW, LI give prompt attention to all bu- v slness entrusted to his care, orflce in "llei-Vtl'i bulldlmr." n,t lii iirnmK.-. olal Kschaase," N. W. corner of Third snd Jam-is, a .niTi ,.n)iun,unw. jeJS Vacation. THK undersigned would respectful! in form th I'.renl. n( II... k in ranlze juvenlln olos-es for uob sva. eutitg vaea- lon, in iwrmsn, i stm, Greek and Music. o.f h. snd mrr BonrHAftn, Jesawd" x"oor to Dr eheet' otrJc. The Glorious 4th. AMERICA" FLAGS, EAGLES. BIELDf). WA-TtiHn'rnsr nsin. H0HIKO OP THE DEi LABATlOlt, . For the N,-i tional Anniversary, JULY4, 1859. WK have a larpe atck of the above of all aire, ami nrl., ai.liat.i- en. a Ilousei, f ia. ca of Bualndas, Hoiars, IVsg.m., Ao to which we Inilteyouratientioa. orders from a dis tance promptly attended to. )ei3 D. k F. 'fclul tl('cMuiil lilrd Vil. MAYOR'S OFFICE, I Cnv or Laito:i, Juu. jj, itit. 'I UK qualified voters of the Third Ward ur thucltyof Hajtou, are hrrehy notified that an e'eelion w ill ne held at Ihe i.ml :.!,.. II.... west side ol Ludlow street, on Saturday, tbe 9ib lay of July, 1859, for ths choice of a Trustee of aald Ward, la place ol K. A. More, lesigned The polls will b open at o'clock in the forenoon, closing at s o'clock tn the evening je-'i-utt utv. luina-cx, Major. IVlcr Heidiaid' Ealait-. OX tho 2,th day of June, 1859. the under Bitroeil wss du V auallCed a. imtni.i..,.!. thec.tsleol Peter Retvhsru, late of oatsoa.erv couuty.dec'd slARY KS1CHAKU. f . S An Inventory aud pprai. mei.t of thees tst. and proper!) of aalil deoessed III be taken in. . ' eoo'leu open ,'or Inspection until Jill, t, 1S6S. j' M. R. Vloek U pairs, J. W. SWi PE. ' Jrwrlrr. Wolrli mud Clock Maker and Hepialier. Has employed a BrstrlaaB workman to call a th who desire clocks repslred prompt y In the heat m-toner, snd on reason.sie terms Orders left at the store, 3d st , aojoinlng the oSlce of Ksq oung, will receiv imtneuiate attention. "atislactlon ouslsntled. A Good Speculation! T'H E ISubscrihcr will sell at private sale, his Farm, containing rail, seres, situ, ted In Miami I'ountv, Lifclo, sis mlU-B ,nst ot Trov, onttielroy aod sprlngneld Tump le Rusd. This Isrm con tnins abuut Sj acres ol good I arming nd, snd the balance is he.T) tlmb r. There Is on theirimlses two good wails of aevsr-fslling water, and a good barn sn I house, snd other necessar otit-hullulnrs. For lurther psrtlculsrs.aad terms, inquire of the BtihsL-riber, o t the preaitsts. myo- ww DANIKL BtsKR. NOTICE. THE Siuukholiien f thu iieavtriown, In dian Rtpjil? ftnd Xenia Turnilke C'ompanv nrm berfti.y Botidmi thnt a aiMtinir wilt if (via n ihe itt.ui July, At tb ncliool hvUM J irilcii enat of B'-ftvertown, naar B. F. Barner-.. at the place of lioldinfc nur anaunl meetlnsi, at 1 o'cioov, P. M., lur the purpose nt the ttocttholuera voting lor or artiQst levying a tax to pay th tietw owing on aaid rorttl. By orUer ol the Bciard Jl-wi(j. TEB PRLOH, Sw'y (JuutuaJ, Itazetta ao4 Ueruautowa IndcpsiodeDt, ,..., coV 3oJS divorce. OOBKRT HABKlON ADAMS i. h.-ih-n,it.fl.... tU- Matlah Louiaa A.'auis tiled hrr n titiui. ca lay of June, tKfVB. In tbe l ouituf ( on n on Plea in "ind for the oounty of on gomei-jr id the trtte ol uhio, MAiotthtni, pray lag aditorcft jauae wilful al'enoe for tlircv eri. MARIAH LOUfNA ADAMfi, byJiAH LUbLL.ut Atfv. JuneJ-tw Stop and Think. W are prepared to furnish Ii it if ft hi f juitmber all kiuils oa tha shortest aotio and as cheap as "in si n sas VUI s BUI HI 1.1 H .tllAitll til t . KING, BRO a CO. We also hav 100 aers of th. best I Ah O la Ih county, 3 nillea Irom liaytoa, vest, winch we will seil In psrcela to suit iurehsrs, froai J seres uoto For Mle low sou ou gootl terms. ... , klNU, BRO A CO. ALSO IS seres of land allies fcas U.ton. (north) lor sal. verv low. AL-iit A i.Oull SAW MILL eabl. or.tti. SOoo lect of lumber sjr cls, oa the c-nl. ail lea from Ha ton. and la the best ueishloihood fur lum ber, (oak, wsluutsad poplari la 'hestal. F' r .si very low. aUNli, fiHO. A BKo. Juuea-iUta-warn. j. Weston 7 EbJ in co neecu n wiih his ru ply of Woolen Msaulseturer'B srlirles a Isr. and full sssortai.i t of India Hubtstr kaltina, f aeUce Packing Hoae, io Woul ..peciaiii csli the silei.. tiouoi Mliiers, Msaulacttners as. MaehinislB to slock of Bellini, which Is oft) per cent ehesper bint "y 0 k""1 '""V tor w.r aad auis- H.s also aa aaad Lselnf Leelh.r, Belt Hooks, Warps. Machine Lards, R..i.,c, 3 2 BBCOrsD bX , DAYTON. apr 1-lw M E UIU ATEDIN H A LATTON." fR. O. N. WILLIAMS, of the firm of - Wortmaa, !oddrld 4 Wll lams, will visit lamishuif sssia June lh, or th pun . of consulting, with those now uad.r his tratarnt, a d ailolhirs thai insy choos lo ca I. his prast c. Is confined to I'hronlc Oiteasest psrtii uturly of Ih Throat and Lungs, aod disou. of lemsles. He Bisy b oousulltd st lb Aiumai iiuuse loroaeasf Duly. je3i-ltd?w ATrAt'M.WElU'l. Joha r. To, PislatlaT, ) Bsfor Seimour rt', J gslnat 1 r. of allsail Townshlll Jacob Lshaisa, Kel t. Moalgoai.ry Co., O. ON the 2.'.ih da of ilsy, A. D , 59 aai.l Ju.llo. Ueued aa order of attachment ia 111 above aeUoa forth aus. of rafeea dollar aud ost. JOHN P OK. iexsudersrUl, Jus t, IMS, Ul-.ww " D. 1JK1NZ'& CIWS7 HAVE Saloon oa Third Str, opprigite 'k. Pot Oflic, whr th.jr will f urals their ust Bars Kith U sorts oi Ale, Beer and WineJ They mrtisaiarlj U sttsotkia t l hair la uall. rlll'TT ALU" ec la atlMt wwda, ALT AW P; 'ALT.