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DAVID CLARK. XCtTOK rXOMtUTOB.
rrTdT EiHnT July 1,1859 "
Democratic State Ticket.
I , . roR OOVKSXoa, -
RUFUH T. 1UNNEY, of Cuyahoga County.
MRl'TRXAST (loVKSllOlt,
WILLIAM If. SAI-TOKP, of Uoas County.
ji'ikih or tub etTamia cocrt,
IIKXRY C. WHITMAN, of KairoeM Co.
aCDIToe Of ITATB,
G. VOLNKY lM)H8Ky, of Win mi County.
TRRAtl'lER or 1TATR,
WILLIAM HUStlNELL, of Richland Co.
KCRKTAUT or iTATR,
JACOB RKIXHARD, of Franklin County.
BDABD or Pl'BI.IC WoUKS,
JAMES TOMMXSOX, of WaehinRton Co
r-nVMOH SCHOOL COMMISSIONS.
t ti ! ' i .- . AU.I.'-. .l : !
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t.For loeal, TalaRraph, and other
mature of interest aad Information, see
First and Fourth l'aftea.
The Journal and Naturalized Citizens.
The Journal of yesterday morning, calls
attention to an article svliiok appeared in
this paper a few days S;o, in which It was
Assarted, that mere liability to be ealled in
to the army, whea a foreign citiien left his
native land, docs not deprive him of the
protection of this government, should ha up.
oa returning to bis own country after his
naturalisation here, ba forced to perform
mililary duty. The Journal says that the !
Department of fcute baa takea opposite !
ground to this and baa declared that any
likelihood of future service being demanded !
of him when he came away denies bim the
right of expatriation. Asa proof ol this
monstrous declaration it with strange ob
taaenasa quotes (ht following letters which do
not convey any suoh idea aa it pretends to find j
therein :
No. 51 LIBERTY STREET.
NEW YORK, March 11, 1858.
. ,
Hon. Lewis t .asa, Hecretary of flato, W ah- I
.-The question has been asked!
me, by a party who wishes to visit bis na-
tive ptaco, Hanover, tiermany, whether
would not be protected by a passport from
ei.ir.r. of ,!, C'nited .State., hnvinir become
ao more than three years azo. lie left Man-
over srlien ne was liui sixteen years 01 ae,
and has resided in the United btatea ever.
rsince. He has be n told that if be return-!..,
t tn Ili.nnvnp lia would bo auliimit ailher Li
Ctailitarr dotr or to the payment of a fine, as
bis government would have had a cluim upt
oiiTiiiuiur uiiii'irT uuo. uau 110 muaiuqu
' in IlaruivoT till ho arrived at the azo of
twenty.
Tvie parly to whom I refer is anxious to
.' visit his parents and remain with them a
' 'abort tiuiu, but until lie feels confident of be
ing aide to do ao without molestation he is
afraid to leave for his native lund.
1 must bog leave, therefore, to trouble
your department for its views upon the sub.
jccL 1 see uo re.wou why an American
passport should not protect him as well and
ns fully in Hanover as in any other part of
Europe.
I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully ,your ob'tsery't
R. H. G.
DEPARTMENT OF
Washington, March 15th, 1858.
, :
Dhab Siu: Your letter of the 1 1 lis iost,
baa been received. In reply, I am directed
to in form you that a passport is a in "re cer
tificate of oitiieoabip, which requests for
eign governments to give all lawful aid and
protection to its bearer. It does not exempt
him from any obligation or penalty which
ha may have incurred to tho government of
Iiis native country prior to his naturalisa
tion ii he should voluntarily repair thither.
1 am, sir, your obedient servant,
JOHN APPLETON, Assistant Sec'y.
rpL - T i t e .
mo iouruai uy way oi uuniiusm says
' It is thus announced by the Department,
that although the boy "owed no service a hen
ha left, and baa become naturalized here,1'
our government will not "feel in duty bound
to demand bis release,'' in eosa ha shouli be
forced to enter the army of Hanover on his
return to that State."
The Department doea not announce any
aucb thing. A question is asked with re
gard to a particular oitizen and a general
answer la returned, which will eoter all oa
ses. The Department dcelarea that "a pass
port docs not exempt the bearer from auy
obligation or penalty he may have incurred
to the government of bis native country
prior to his naturalization if ha should vo!-
untarily return thereto." It does not say
the special ois) of this boy, that ha will
will not ba compelled to perform service.
It simply declares in goner.il terms, that
any oitizen has incurred an obligation
penalty before his departure, his passport
cannot exempt hi in frem it on his return.
It doea not uuJertake to decide whether the
boy spokon of has incurred any obligations
or not, whether ba will ba aafa in returning
or not. It simply gives the rule and it is fur
bimsolf and bis friends to decide whether he
comes under it or not.
If, according to the laws of his native
country, ba was subject to military duty
when ha left and bad been actually summon
ed into the army, ba would run the risk
having it demanded of him upon going back,
aa ha would of having a pecuniary debt or
any other obligation demanded of him ; and
ba would, if culled upon, bo compelled
discharge it. If, on the other band, he was
too youug te enter the army or had neiar
been culled into it, bo would be safe in re
turning, for our government would use
its power to protect him. This is all tbt
above letter of the Department of State de
clare, and it seems to us that it takes ex
tolly the right view of the case. We have
oonsidared the correspondence referred
attentively, and are satisfied that nothing
alse is meant Tba conolusion our neighbor
of the Journal draws from it is manifestly
incorrect. ' No one could come to suoh
conclusion who was not blinded by preju
dice or biased by party feeling.
II. Cut Hatk. fc'oaie time 130 the St
Louis Demourut charged that CapL Pate bad
kidnapped and run off to Virginia a negro
belonging to Dr. Westport of Mo, The re.
port was very generally copied in the papers
we published it aud ita wido oiroulation
gave the Captain a vary unenviable reputa
tion among honorable men every where
The St Louis Democrat of Wednesday
this week retracts the charge fully; end
' justioe to a much abused man, we make this
statement. We give the gist of the Deuio
orat's "amende honorable:" - '
I After. Mr. fate bad left Westport, the
charge published in this paper, waa made by
Morris, and npoa the invtwtigauon, and Mr.
aie was honorably discharged. In feet,
the eridenee show there was aot the elighd
lawyer by profession, nnil has coino la thin
territory with the intention of inukina; it his
hom, w, wial him pro(peri,yi
The l)e"'0ratio party in this State will
lo one of its most promising member:.
hBMr. Iilair is young, talented and a perfect
: geritItJluan ,la wa8 considcrea worthy to
',
i
in
or
if
or
of
to
alt
to
a
of
in
tt foundation for any such charge against
him. and tha nroseentinn was r.l.rl mail
oio and fala. v i . ...
the rttull of this investigation, in order to
contradict the statements Hint appeared in
our paper (if the 1 lib of May, upoa the in
formation of Ir. Worrit.
The above mty be taken as a sample of
the "success" of thgS I,ouie Democrat in
(time an and keanins- an slanders ui
men Willi whom it differs in politic
The Uasette in advising u to keep
oool thii hot weather, reminds us of a cer
tain lawyer we onoa knew, who findrng him
If about to ba around op in dispute upon
a point of law, would ernwl out of the diffi
culty by refusing to argue the question tur
war, Dacausa he SHid ha was too Uni io disi i
puta about trifles. Now as the wcntlter m
aften not only cool but decidedly wintcriah,
he frequently miiJo himaclf nppenr ri'lioiu
loin, by bis assertions. Wo acknowledge
that this weather is rather warm as the
(Jaretta informs us, but it is nlwova cool
: ..;h in our dlTioe for us to brand pulpit-,
ttruths about tlie Democratic party as
. itigata 1 falsehoods,"
Hktikku. Minor Millikin, for some time
past editor and publisher of the Hamilton
Intelligencer, baa retired from that pnper.
His editorial career whs a failure. The of
fensive perosnalitics which ha was please. I
to void upon his brethren of the prem, had
the effect, in a great measure, to innr whut
little ability he evinced as a paras capli let.
lis retiring from the "tripod" will give
pleasure to nil gentlemen connected with
oowspnpers, in this pcrtion c f the St.ite.
Mr. Jacob Morris, who sucroeds Millikin
in the Intelligencer, is snid to be a on'.lo-
nn, and an editor or sorao cxpononco. He
WM formerly associated with Mr. Dotiny in
the publication of the Lebanon Star. We
will entertain some hopo for him; and wish
'n auceesa just as long as he deserves it.
Jtsy-Tbe Leoompton "National Democrat"
of the ICth ult.says:
Charles W. Blair, son-in-law oftlov. Mo.
dary, arrived in our city hut evenin no-
Unmnin;..! I. hia r..t.,lltf M III..!- i.
compeuior 01 sont w.rvrm io i,Ht
Congressional contest, and thouKh not sue.
ceswiui in getting eleoteu, ran lur uiieml ol
. ,19 balance of bis tioket. lie was Clerk of
... u. , u . . . . ,r
,a,t H,nta benato ttni bett" "IBaor
evor fruueu ms icmiuiive naiia ot vino.
1 Charley" will muke his mark in Knnrnis
and will win the sumo golden opinions tor
himself that he possesses pmoni; his frioiuU
hero.
to?-A number of ladies at tho Dress Uo
forin Convention nt Auburn, X. V., declar
ed for "the llloomcr dress or nothing So if
tho liloonior fuils, wo may expect tho niter
native.
Imi-rksskd into Forbion Skkvick. The
Clurleston Mercury baa the following:
Mr. Antonio Canalo, a well-known fruit
erer of Charleston, recently sent three nun.
dred bales of cotton to lienoa by the bark
Hollander, has been impressed into the San
dinian army whilo in (ienon on business
oonneoted with his shipment. A rumor to
tba above effect hits been previlunt in this
city for several weeks.
From the Kandusxy Register, June us.
T. D. Jonea' Design of the Perry Monu
ment. We are gliMl to learn that tho l'xecutire
Committee of the "Battle of Lake Erie Mon
ument Association" have adopted theupproi
printe, and aigniticart design of T. D. Jones,
sculptor, of Cincinnati, to commomornie tho
brilliant victory achieved by I). H. l'erry,
near rut-iu-li.iv, on the tenth ot September,
1813. The design is a naval column, as
much ao as the lines of naval architeelnra
will permit, one hundred and sixty feet high,
and to be erected on the highost point of
the Island of Gibraltar, where l'erry had his
look. out. The extreme hight of (iibrnlter
above water is forty foet mkin tho wholo
bight of tho column above the level cf the
lake two hundred foot where ono of tho
greatest marine views of the world may be
seen. The greatest breadth of base, inclu
ding three courses, is twentyisoven feet by
four feet six inches high; bread'h. ofdudo,
or die of pedestal, is twenty feet by cightoen
feet high; breadth of cornice over pedestal,
twenty-four feet by five feet six inches hiuh;
diameter of shaft of column at base, twelve
feet six inches; length of Bhaft of column,
ninety feet; hight of capital, twelve, feot six
inches; hight of pedestal for statue, twulve
feet; hight of statue of l'erry, crowning the
whole, eiifhtocn feet
2 ha three base courses of stono nro as
plain as could ba desired. Tho die of the
pedestallis as though a section of a niim-of.
war had been taken from amidships pierced
with ports to receive the guns used in the
battle of Luke Erie provided they cim be
procured, lu the coru'.cs of the pedestal ull
ornament is dispensed with. The thaft of
the column is without flutes or ornament
plain as tha "mast of some grand admiral."
The capital, like that ot the Corinthian or
der, i the principal feature of tho column.
The capital, though in three parts, forms a
complete wholo. Tho first, or lower section,
is formed by boldly-ourved marine shells,
instead of acanthus leaves. The second, or
middle section of the capital, is composed of
four prows ol ships boldly projecting, eur
mounted by four llure.lieujs, tho "rails'1
terminating on the bows "hawse-holes" in
the bows, Ao. The upper, or third section
of the capita), forming the abacus, ia com
posed of the bulwarks of the four prows,
and "cat-beads" sustaining tho wt-ighiug tin-
i cliora,
The pedestal surmounting the capital, to
receive the statue, is a boldly-executed 'cap
stan.' The statue will be eighteen feet high,
suitublo tO The whole nighttwo hundred
leet from tho luke. The panel over the door
(entrance to the spiral stuir case to ascend
the column) will be of white marble citfil
feet lonir, by tiye feet high, rSculpturcd in
bold relief (altcreliovo) ia a iiroup of five
figures in a bout, representing l'erry parsing
from the Lawrence to the Niugarn to om.
Slots the battle. Except tho panel over the
oor, the wholo of the monument is intended
to be ereoted of the best of lime stone.
The landscape surrounding the base of the
eolusin, and all the necessary accessories
the trees, the neighboring islands, the lake
the passing vessels are perfect transcripts
from nature, all beautifully drawn in water
colors by the accomplished artist; ilenri
Lovie, of Cincinnati. '
The oorner stone ol tha Ferry Monument
will be laid with all due ceremonies on the
10th of September next,
taTA naked lunatic:, armed with an axe,
entered the house of Miss Le Hay, in ltock
ford, 111 , on .Saturday last. Tho young lady
was ull alone, but maintained suHicieiit
presence of mind to look herself in her room.
Meanwhile the frantio man below maleoha.
oe among the furniture. Frosontlv his foot-
atepe ware heard ooming up stairs, and daalu
ing open the uoor, ne stona Colore the ludy
with uplifted axe. Hlis dropped out of the
window, a distance of twenty feet, to tho
grouud. The madman Hew after her and
was just about to bury the axe blade in her
skull when lie wae apprehended by some
eiehbtire.
1
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OHA3. B. CLAMIB, I
lit IS A f 1
KSTATRI
GKNEUAL. A()KNT.
WILL buy rind ol I on Commission
F.taterifall kinds, Bonds, Land Wsrr
Heal
rrant..
Note., Mortgage. , ac i make eoliectluns Anil ncao
Hate loans. Will locate Land Warrants, In. ore
.property st reasonable rates in good. re.po.ii.ie
ninanles, anil do a ncneail ajrenci and commission
bu.ilH'i'.
i."N. charge unless al'e la sna.le. '
Offlse with T. J. 0. Smith. Una.,
r- t'lecg'e Building;. 'third street.
To Manufacturers.
!
X I
VDU HW.K, nt a erent linrir:iin,
Inn
A HKI
K HIIII.HHI1, In Ihllclll . with enaalram
.nwr and a lnra; lot of lAml ti.a-4'thi.r with oilier
mAclilntry, vc-' auitaMa lur Ilia manulactol,' of
Aicrlcullural imii.f im'nta.
' j..t.uK..'l.tlUl.'
j. a iiiini airrrt.
To Capitalists.
, IIANDSOMK new two storv Hr'uk
A llwelllnir (.lonl.le) en lltoivn street,' that will
rent lor tt.n eta f r.hT, o the mi i sunt.
Korsalsur 1,11.1.. t. Il.kl',
Ji. 'lri,K's Uiil'.lina, J streit.
For Sale or Exchange
LHlKl.lrY 1 1UM r.It I V , a p ur ol
X ttns Mulea, ana the Trailing Host "ltprrln
V(,r?
yton." ,
4 II Hl,t,S K. CLAUKK.
mylT
rifk''i it'ii lil irnr, jii itrt ct.
CITY PROPER1YM
Jttmm hi.-AhAn.Uomo lot. Vm Mf, llow j
(til, nt. Minll KPHtoe upon it.
"mill i' rnine on it.
Sconil t. aikI ftlr 4iMr ferry, north
I.rKHn'Ico.tVPiiltMit. l.ot.VlXJi"9. j
Browntt. (I',hHc B'l. kPji -t, I.trf llrUk
Htuntl ihrtfti lot. IHKAH.
uruwu i mnrroi .nn. i wn mnry wwtv
llrii k Houne, ffftrnl Ollnr, oil, ,
titorn, ao. Will rent to pio 1U,
itr ni'nt. nn Hi a in vt-atiiient.
Mdtitniough Bt. Opj'oittte llnrr. Two-tt)ry Frum? I
Hiiutt. lt(V)xM, !
KUth tt, I ornr ni Munii(-tuiery. Fine Lot, j
Small Kmmip Hduhi-, i
AI.-(i: I
FORTY LOT?! On tho Hill iwtwpen 31 nntlfitli stu., I
ami a Urn? mini In-r ol v nt'ttit l.oti :
In iliir.-ifnt )rt of the city. For j
tlf ohr.tp.or tooxchatiffvlur other
K. CLARK K I
Ke4l KAtr? Air ent,
( Ltkk'i liuiltllitt', Vi t t. ;
Flas Mill for Sale. j
friIK Urge Mill built hy the "Uuyton TluX
A o.," with ngre of groutiJ, U Ht ud (V.r
t ftb-irKriln,
It h all thd mchlnory necenry tor do irt; ft
litrKO businesi, cftmjilota' a ml in gnuil uol'T. 1'lin
pritpiTty will Id- iui-1 on the most rmnonai-ip term
on ft..lLAtlon to I'MAS. K. I I.AUKK,
fiprsll Heal Kit a to AKcnt, ThlrU street.
OUT LOT.
A KINK .ot on Stoly Hill, oontnin'in
? At-rvi Haitl(ully ultuatttl will Ut wild
uhean. on ai'plicaiiuu to
CHAH. K. CLARK K,
ftprlfl Real F.ntato Arnt, 3U atreet.
rtiv nnnonuTV
v- - .
A LSO-
LSO-A handsomo lle.idei.no on 5th St., ;
is. between M.-itn and I.uillow; 3 story Drlck.wr
furnished au I handsomely improved yard. Pay
incuts easy. C11AH. K I LAIIKK,
111I1JI lie-it Vntato AKent, Cli'ifK's lluil.liiiKiBdst.
Farms.
.) I A 01! EH in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
fr,;7', Vem'ii"u"; i
one hundred acres
: oltfou.l quality
Uccp.ricii, niknialai.il.
Tnere'ire two irood Dwell In Houses on the vtrem
tsea, convenient oul-liouses, and In the midst of a
This Iiirm Ih oircred at the low price ef at2 per i
acre, oelng much less than tla value. For sale hy '
( H AS. K. C LAIIKK, I
Ueil KsUte Ai'ent, 3d street. 1
vi7tiuixiivix-'
siemx-:
IotTor for sulo on reasonable terms, n
new and haiidaume rcaldenco on 2d street, lie
low l'erry.
The House lslnrge and commodious, with nil the
modern impriil umcuta mid cou ciiieucesi Is finely
located, and In a ifood neighborhood. Wilt be. old
cheap, If application it made hood.
LIIAS. K CI.AItKK,
mhS Real Katate Ai?eut, Cleirn'g llilllilliiir.
LAN!) WAICUAXTH IHMJtillT A- NUU)
at Cincinnati ipiotations, or located In Iowa,
Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, hy
CHAS, K. CLARKE,
mliS Third street.
CHEAP FARM.
1 nf ACUKS, 10 miles from the oity im
A VV) proved, orchard, anrluKS, fco.
15 acres timlier, and 'JJ acres bottom.
Price $40 per acre
Por-alchv
C1IAS. K. CLARKK.
mh.3
Real Katate Agent, 3d street.
FOR SALE.
30,000
11KS of Land in Illino.H.ob
sinir Improved Finn and wild lands.
iotiioe LHving small I.trms in this sreTion, tiiat
wltl sell at s fcootl jirlce, 1 would urty sell, and go
where you can set a Itre trttot ol laud at alow
price, and whore you wiil havo eipinliy good mar-
KOIS.
ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Land,
in Missouri, both the quality and title or which
1 will guarantee. For sale or excltane. lor oth
er property, on the mint deuirablf tein.s.
ALSO, A small but ohoioe l-nrra in Clark
County, well improved, will he .old chesp, and
olty property taken Ip part payment.
ALSO, A line L jt on Ludlow St., between
4th and Oth, lib by 9U ft. alley back.
ALSO, Oardeu Lots ol 7) acres each, on
tue niver Hoad, near Hie city
aii.-.i, A a story lirick misincss llousn, on
Jelferaon, lietu eun sd aud 4th ats,, and a desirable
resilience unatn St., Oct. iualn and Ludlow.
ALSO, Fine iuipored I'roperty in "Miami
City," and "Dayton View," in tracts of from S to
16 sere.. All fur sale i iiLae by
CHAS. 11. CIiAHKB,
fobst Real Estate Agent, CletjgV Building.
MERCHANTS'
Insurance Com puny,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital, $200,000.
D I DEC TORB.
Manhattan Fire lib'. Co,
(INCORPORATED 1821.)
OlTIl'i:, Xo. US, Mull SI., N.
Y.
CASH CAPITAL,
CASH SURPLUS,
$250,000
$125,000.
Irving Fire Insurance Co.
(INCORPORATED 1351.)
Ol'I"lf:i', No !, Halt str.t-t, IV, V.
OASH CAPITAL, $200.0 .
CHAS. K. CLAHKF., A?ent,
Je ClegK'a llutlilhiK, d at.
SCOTCH
STARCH
A FIX K article for line Linens, Shirt l.o
soma; superior to oomnion starch. For snleby
J. W. IHKTUH'H.
Jol8
1'hllllp. llousn, Third stree
I'l-i-sen Yohi- I'm a lioiti Itlwtlisl
USK Nature's sure remedy, " The l-'lour ol
Hed Cedar," the only sure article that will pte
aeric Furs, and all Uimls of Wooitu Guods, fioin
the destructive attacks of moths.
For sale by the. Agent for llaylon,
J. W. DIKTIUCII,
Jel3 Phillip. Home.
RAT, ROACH & MOUSE DESTROYER
SUl'KUlOU to anything of the kind mun
ufuclurtd. J. W, Jill: l llK'tt,
Druggist, !-hilitps lluuae.
WE( tho undersigned, have used the
preparation for rats, manufactured by J. W. Die
trich. LlriicviMt. Pblllioa llolld... mul tml. lonm! II a
never tilling ai Hole lor the destroying of nils, and
think it superior to auy thing 01 the kind new lit U-.C
AilNl.lt 1IA11K1
J. M. JOHN,
ADAM h llV,
jen-nw F. R. LUgsiKR.
DR J. W. DIETRICH,
Pharmaceutist 5c Druggist
PHILLIPS HOUSE, THIRD aT.,
UAVTON, O.
WHERE he has on bund a line lot of
pure Chemical, Periuniery Soaps, Hair, Nail
and Tooth llrushes. Particular altenliull paid to
the compounding of Family Mcdblnea, and 1'liysl
ulans' Piesoriptlons. jels
COD LIVEB OIL?
AVERYeiiperiori.vticlc lino and fresh
duuble retlned. For sale hy
i, W. U1S.IK1CH,
Jcls Phillips House.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL
. . IN
LINEN, DUCK
AND DRILLS;
MAUSEILLE3,NANKENET,&o.
At FlNUr LKOIsEK'ff,
No. U eoai ftrt. lnyo
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noil fn in ft f1A
r lremcxs
mom fllll.UV; VUi
OF DAYTON.
CAPITAL, - $200,000!
tlanrJ f Virtttart for lr3.r8.
S. CRAIOAKI), ANIKKW (II'MP,
V. WINTKKH, HKNRY III-KHAN,
OANlKl. Kli'.FKll, II. Fi. MRAP,
W.L.DARHOW, HAMl'KI. MARSHALL.
IIKNRT BTOMOARD.
riii comi'an v, w hich is one of
1 hf alrot( at In tlia lnlc, laaliri riRE AND
MAHINR HOI, II IKS oaf ivoral'l trims ani
st
rnioniMf raira .
Attention la calMM tit tlii-fael ttiat w laaue Dwel
ling llmiar l-ulli-lra rnunlns aa Ions aa TH R c
If ili.nlic.l ai ln to the aaiirr1 the
trnnt'lrnf annitil r. newala, an.l materially 3hea
e-.ilnirthe enat ol inturanre on this lArge visas of
property.
innrn iaai ante hi r-iaill street, neiween scoonu
ami Tlilrtl.up atnlra
. CRAtOIIKtD.Prea't.
D. W. fpniNiis, Rep'y. nnvlB-lyil
HARTFORD, CONN.
City Fire Insurance
COMI'ANV OK HAUTKOUD.CONN.
.Paid In Capital,
Surplus,
$230,000
5B,al
Atfota. JAnuirv 1QS9.
9308 231
Vftn1 stnicc, in whlt li It In ilotnr txmlnvfs
; -W". C.B. B JWiKi, Pm't.
"VSLUIII J niIKTIi 7JUJU, LIIIUJICO, 111.
f hrmifrh whlfh nil h hnMlnfat of fhi ronipnnr In
thi HV-irrn, NTi,i-VL',tTii Kntl S.mth-Hen tern
V. U. I.OU NSIlUll V. f.VnorAt AfnL 1 fttmAii
. IMIK'K, Afntif. (m'-i.ttI A((it, ( In ( hlcvffo.
For liifitnnfitlon hni h ilct.-tllml itlmpnt of rhe
nriHim ot tiu' uumpAnv na fuluict of
to
DAVIS A CTTPPV
Agents fur lMytun an) viclully,
mhft-fjyl.M
China Vases,
io FIGURES,
CO MOTTO CUPS,
clo BAWQUHT HOLDERB,
do Mantle Ornaments,
do Toys or all kin-la and prices.
jl'S HKCKLKH, HKMLKV A MAXTON.
Gas Shades.
CUT, KnruveJ and i'lnin ilaa Sha3,
J find iitottpi, vry hindvome; sultAblo for
Chlirohus and I'rivalc Dwellings juat reivel.
jt-a JIKl KLKH, HIMLKY MAXTON.
Tabls Mats.
JUST received Shaker, Sua Grass, Chintz
and Oil ('loth, at
jes
HHlKI.tn, BKMI.F.V MAXTONM
Fly Traps.
A NEW invention of
tiiu above article
s. for snle at
JeB
HKCKI.KR, BI-StLKV f AXTON'S.
iii.wnu'iim 1- ii .i...."
ll,, Vices, uainv-ved ' ' B "u
JIKUKI.KH, HKMI.KV A MAXTON.
WATEIl CtHILKKS A food article, at
induced prices, for siilo at
JcS llKKLI-.H, HKWLKV t MAXTON'S.
WIKI! I'OVEIiSOviil and round
sizes) lust received at
(afl
jeS
IIKC KI.Ml, HKMI.KV V MAXTON'S.
'lYVAlTKHS ANI) TKA I 'KAYS Just
received anoflier lot new itv lea at
JrS
HKCKI.KR, HKMI.KV k MAXTON'H.
lEAl II El! DTSTKliS A good article,
X at
jc8 ! KCKI.KR, RKMI.KV MAXTON'H.
At Baldwin's Gallery.
At Baldwin's Gallery.
l'irtm-t-s ' t'eitfs, in Nirc Cnsel
ti liirH 2.1 Cental, lu Nice Case!
Pictures 2.1 fonts, in Nice Case!
Til Hi D Si'., 3 1)00 KS HAST OF MAIN.
TlllUD ST., 3 DOOHS EAST 01' MAIN.
THIRD ST., 3 DOOIIS EAST OF MAIN.
800 a Day Cull Soon!
SOO a Day Call Soon! t
800 u Day Call Soon!
For 30 Days! For 30 Dayal For 30Daya!
Fcr 30 Days! For 30 Days! For 30 Dave!
JeU-4w
tr .1000 Aoknts Wanted Tosell three
new and unequalled Inventions wanted by every
family. My agent havo cleared over S.26,000 selling
ono of the n. Articles are light, cheap, easy to car
ry, and very takino. Several Diplomas, Silver,
nieuai irom American institute, rt. Y,, and 1 patents
have been granted me for them. One patent In
England and oue In Franco. Put In 4 stamps, and I
will send you, gratis, 80 rairea narticiilara of
( the best agency In the country.
KPHRAiS BROWN, Lowell, Mass.
WillTTE.VS (iOLDEK SAI.VII
Is a step by way of progress In the Healing Art
i. UMI.1H..I iui pun-., nuiuun, iv ounus, ami every
kind of external iiillaun.atoiy dllticulty, of what,
ever nameor n.itiire, en man or beasl. Illadeonly
bvC. P. WIll'I'iKN, Lowell, mass. 25 oents per
box. The usual oiBeoiints ui iho irade. Sold by
L)ritkrelHts. "Aniioiiit thyself and be heAled."
THKIiOLIlKN SAL t A Great Healing Reme
dy. It is with much pleasure we announce the ad
vent ol this new arlicle lu ourclty, which has met
with such signal succeas In Lowell, where it is
made, that the papers havo teemed with eases ot
truly marvelous cures. Tliev ohronlcle one whore
the life of a lady was recently saved a case of
brukeu breast; another where tholilcof aohilil waa
1 savsd a case of dialing; another of a lady whose
". .i.BiiK.tie.i oy acromions ntlmor,
which was brought to a healthy action In a few
days; also, another of an old uitiu, who had a soieon
his loot lor twenty vears cured in a few weeks
Oiircitlzc us will nut la-slow in getting at Its merits,
and will herald it over the world. I Huston Heiald.
03"A(!KNT8 Wanted iv this Statr to
canvass w.th tlie (JOI.Ill'.N SALVK. riclls rapidly.
Can malie good pay. For terms, kc, send stamp,
C. P. WIIHTKN, Lowell, Ulasi.
jc2-tawd.lJ3ww
&e, "
Sewing Machines.
Never iM-iorc filtered lit It i .
A Soh ine niiieliinc lor mid willi
in tlie reneli ol'iill.
A I'riK liriil l'miilly Sewing 31 u
4 liii;e lor hl 4I0II111K.
ISui tit it's 1'atent Nov ItyJiO Sew
int; niiielilue.
It Ints been i'ovel nntl lniroved
iliiriiil,' '' P'tst 11 ITIoitilis.
ItlniHiruefiirinK rnellities
iiienseiy 11 erenaeil
lin-
ADDRESS OFFICES,
J. W. Bautlm-t, I'tiltiilte, 4J1 UroHttwHy N. York.
J. W. iniiri.KTr, Td-i C ht'rttiuH st. hUa.
K. K. liuuuiMb, ARCiat, 4ti.sixth it. t'lucimmti
H. HfuuiNit, " ft2 North 4tlist. St. Louti.
Geo. y. Lkuuktt, ' 17 WoodbriUge it. Detroit
Acnciu. aiu belnn ratftblisiitd in evry County
throuifhout tho VniU'tl sttttex. AjHcBiit fur
Atfcnt'lei will dtJrtij. either of the aluv oftlofii,
which nr iiit'imit'd to till MitiMnu all orUtjfi fur
Mnvhiii'M. whtikrtrtle ir retntl.
ud iurit cuumar, with out of Machine, and aiu
lilen (,i wtuk.
Ail It ttt'i-B, to oniurc attention, muit contain re-
m lioataiiti. June 6ilAwiin
NOT1CB TO BUILDERS.
SKA LHD Proposals will be received &. the
tilltcuot tho Auditor of .v ontgomery county, O.,
until MontU) thr ii5th tUyol July, ih61, for the ereo-
tioo ud otnn ilfllon of a briuk addition to the Mont-
gfiiir'i) Count) lutliinary lzc about 40 by UO feet.
bid will lH reot'tvd lor tho brick amlatoue work.
Crtri'tMiW-r uoik, plitnteruiK aud the imiuliiiiSlOPK
ItATK r.V, or mrtlea can hid for the job ooinplete.
i'lnnrtiid upeuirtcationi uau be aeeu. aud all inlor
niriUou hrul, touL-huiK tlu-p iviut'itti, time of comji lo
tion Ao , at the aiorftifttd olllce fioin and after tue ad
day ot July uexi. uy oruer ti
J1AN1KL U. UHVDKN, Auditor.
ltM-dwtt
Journal aud CftXf-tr rrj y nnd cli t Auditor', ofllc
Humes & Co.'s Original
Musty Ale !
AT the tstnnd formerly occupied by Nau
erth A lltlui.
IIUMKSk CO.
J.UOIT A Co.,
tim . 43, JETlTEasON B1BEET,
The nlioe iioiiiUr beverage, heildea every other
cooling itrink of the (('ihoii, will he ke)t on hand,
fie iuvttt-ahU old irlvuda and U.e puoiui to cil
aui are him. uiyio
.Piua Apples.
0 KHIM, Id prime order, juei received.
6 jell r Mil LU
m :
DR. JOllWSOIVS
HERD DISPENSARY,
ornoi kais it.,
.wrauumr,!,.-".!,! ...... r. . a.
T"11K CEI.KIIKATKI) Dll, .lOlINSOX,
a- Rotanls Physician, treats suoceialully the fol
lowing Ulaeaees i
Consumption, Dyspepsia,
Asthma, Nervous Debility,
Itronchitis, Hendnchecu'd in 10m
Lung A L"est Diseases Scrofula,
Disoasesof the HsartSalt Hheiim,
Kidney Affections, liheumatisin,
Liver Complaints, Fever nud Ague,
I'cmale Weakness, l'lmtiles.
Diseases of the Ear and Eyo, ,
All whoare sitlrVrlng trntn the nlNtv namnl .Ha
raaea, or any inner compnraieu inaease in yearalrli,,
stamting, ar ilnlormM that they ean have forwarn- 1
hI by mall or expreaa lot the small sum ol (I W a
neat package ot Sle.lclnea, with all neres-arv ill-
rectlonaaail medlaal a.lvloa. Patients shnulil apply I
Willi. nit ilelsy, aa they cao obtain Instant relief
from the fwctor's remedies.
Mr. Johnson's Meillolneconslsts of extracts n-om 1
Meillciiial forelsn and native Roots anil
Hrrtv. mantilacturaxl under his own upfrvint,nt
hts lispansary, and tltarefoi-e aroitiina: ttie use of
Mercury and othtr mineral polsnns, that were nev -vr
deslirnrtl for th system, to which many thotiA
iwdi hivi fallen victims and wane to early craves.
LOTION FOH. TH K COM I'LKX ION-1 r. John
or.'s rtmarkabi LOTION for hsautllylnff and Itn
provlrifr the Complexion, removing Aiinost Instan
U neon) y Tan, Krekles, Fimples, c., will I Bent
to any part of the country lor 41 00 and one post
Af o stamp, Addreos
lR. JOHNSON, Trawpro,
OfHrcftft Main street. UuMtli, N. V.
N. TI Femrlf 1'illt 1 i ahox. jell-dt wiy
W. S. nOBINSON S
CASH
DRUG STORE!
At the old atand of
Hubbard & Robinson,
120 Main S.rect,
Between Tblrd and Fourth.
WHOIESALEAND RETAIL.
rnrtANKFULrorthellheral patronaite which has
Hohlnaon, l.y thecltlrens of Dayton and vicinity,
for the two vean whirl, aahl firm hm hrn in it.
enc, I would juat j that I am perronnen.lv loca
ted here, and expert hy fair and uorlKl.t ileal imc to
th-ire with rny brethren In the above huaintat.. a
Hlwral porthn of the u ille patmnafre.
My atoek la now very complete, hnvina; Juat tieen
reiileniahetl, (In antlclpatl n of an Incrertaed trade
thia aeason) rroin Mome of the Very test htmiri In
New York and other cltlea. among; which mar he
.umi lju.o uinutiiri, v lllfB, nu III, (j in AI1II fllB
ky, for medicinal, mechanical and incramental pur
poaea.
T Che Ladles,
I would eay. that I have well dulled to plenm vour
taateiand ahall alwayikeep,forynurpapecinl bene
Ut, afultanorttnent of Fauoy Tollnt Ciooda, inch
aa Lubin, f.lenn'i Julef Haucl. Harrison, lUrin's,
and Wriffht f txtracU for the handkerchief Moea
Kud, Pearl Uropa, o , for tfeautlfylnit the com
plexion; Gtcnn'a celebrated Toilet Wntera, Buy Hum,
and Aromatic Vinegar, Freokle wash for rt-movinr
frecklea and Un. Kxtra Hnlr OH, 1'oinade, and nil
the moat popular Ha? natn-ativea and hair Dvea:
Comos, hair, cloth and ehavina llruihei, white
wanh, paiot, acrub, Uuatliig. window aiulunrpct
Ilrmheo.
W hlte Lead, Oil, andooloreJ painta praparotl rea
dy for uie.
Coyal,eoaoh, furniture, damar, Jap in andiron
Varninh. ouvcoil, nun for table, ipcrm, huh.
bleached Whale, Machine Lard, and Nentsfoot Uila.
Whole oil Soap, a new aitlole In thla market, for
the destruction ofalllclmla of Inaecta that tulcat
flowera, vlnei orTrult treea.
Holntan'a celebrated Health Reatoratlve, for tho
wonderlul edeot of which I would refer to the Rev.
M. k. UaddU, and Mr. Holden. grocer, on Market
treet.
Burning Fluid of extra quality, suitable for burn
ing In the patent gaa lamjii.or othera.
All the Patent aledlolnea now in uie. and all that
may come hereafter.
1 am sole affent tn thla cltv and county for But
have's Holland Bitten, which i will sell to dealere
at manuiacturer's prlcei. by the dozen.
Country merrhanta supplied with any thine; In
my line aalowaa any house west of tho mounttins.
Fruit jars of every style andqualit) in use. Seal
ing wax and cor x for fruit jars nnd bott'es.
Hore medicines prepared by an experienced
horseman.
Bird seed, birdcages, and all the little fixtures be
longing to them.
Canary and other birds bought and sold.
Fine tobaceo anduigars, together with afull atock
of ahow uaae goods, and a thouband other artlrles
too numerous to mention, all of which I shall take
pleasure tn showing to my many friends and the
public generally, feelign assured that my goods and
prices will compare favorably with any other house
In this city.
Junes
W. S. ROBINSON.
GJ9OI.2 Til IV
DR. B. PICKERING
TREATS RHEUMATISM, NEUUATj
gla, Kplleptlo Fits, spasms, Pt. Vitus' lance.
Torpid Liver, Dyspepsia, Skin Di-eases, Incipient
Consumption, Throat Affections, Catarrh, Perished
or Enlarged Limbs, Btilfened Joints, Contracted
Musotes, Whllo-SwelHng, Loss of Special Senses,
Ulcer", Tumors, Goitre, Cancer, (Strains, Felons,
Files, Prolapsus of Rectum or Womb, Spinal Curva
ture, Incontinence of Urine, etc., eto.
Diseases peculiar to Females treated almost uni
formly with success. Mercury and other metals
extracted from the system by use of a powerful
... GALVANIC BATTERY I
Rleatrte and Electro-chemical Baths administered.
Klectrie Machines furnished patients for home
treatment. Klectrie Rooms tif story of Sheets'
Building, corner of First aud Jefferson streets, Day
ton, Ohio.
Consultation free.
N. B. All kinds of Electrical or Medleo-F.leeti io
al apparatus furnished on order. jel3-3md
BOOKS
ThsfollowinlDg list of NEW D0OK3, just reo'd.
By WILLAUD A W II EATON.
The Fire Trumpet; or, Head and Tail for
the Wise and Waggish.
The Coopers; or, Getting Under Way.
The Bertrams a novel by Anthony Trol-
lope.
Pascal's Works the Provincial Letters.
History of Charles the 12th; by M. l)e Vol
taire. .
Triumphs of Paul Morphy; by himself.
8haknpeare's Legal Acquirements Consider
ed. The Boy's Book of Travels and Adventure.
Tho Art of Extempore Spoiking.
The Bible in the Levant; by l'rimo.
Truth is Everything.
To Cuba and Back a Vacation Voyage.
The Kouiance and its Hero.
The Chroniclos of the Bastilo, (illustrated )
Mosaics; by the author of Sullad for the
olitary.
WE AKE SELLING AT RFDUCED 1'KIOKSl
Je1L No. 826 Thlid street, near Main.
Latest Publications!
BOOKS. BOOKS!
JUST REC'D. AT
PAYNES'
Fruit, Flowers and Farming,
, By B-ieclier.
Vlewa & Experience of RellgiouaSub
. jeota. fly flcechor.
Memoir of Chief Justice Parsona
Popular Geology, ly Hugh Miller.
To Cuba and Back. Damn.
LARGE LOT OF CHEAP CHESS.
Wall Wlatla u Iapcr, Clicnp.
At PAYNE8, No. CO, Main st.
GREAT
in
DAYTON, O.,
COMMENCING
Tuesday, September 13th, 1859.
AT a meeting of a number of the Citisenr
of Dayton, at tlie Phillips House, on the vth
Inst., the
HOW. L. D. CAMPBELL,
Or Hamilton, was asfoisted Paxsinxsr, ash
WILLIAM C. DAVIS,
Of Dayton, Vloe Pieslilsnt, of the national Horse
Hhow AsMMiatlSn. A Loual Coiuiulttee will here
after be announced.
jelo J. MILTON SMITH.
0 TIKKCE best U U Hums, juHt reeeiveil at
V I.N. AW. M. GHIlKN'B .
1 TlKKOKbeetSC Beef, very nine nt
1 I. N. W. M. GRHUN.B
OH VV it Cheese, very fine, at 1) cents, to
i) clo.e the lot, at I. N-W. M. GHKMN'M
L"1SU No. 1 White ash, Trout, Ma.-leru
a- and uounsh, as
I. N. Sr-W. M. OKI
1)
RIK6KUU1T German oht-rrie', i. rones".
oeaehes and apides, sll of which Will Le ... J
twlew (snaerprteM, at
aivsi L . W.al. UKKtt'S,Ij. Juj.sdst,
ni
1U
j
.-ili.xt.)
, , . ,. . , .
T' 1 nndprsnrnrd hava tins liny purrhnscd
ine ators ni i-iM-r, eiarionery, ac , oi k. a
T. T. Mure anil will (tn h isliies at the nlil aland of
'he 'ale nun, In the name anil style of More, liury
fo. Weiliall continue to manufacture all kinds
of Illanlt Hooka, ami do hln.'inp In all l.ranchra.
"or atock of rair. ami stationery la veiy corn
choicest p'ete and our prmra will he aa low as nuy re aponal-
TUNNEL ,C0AL. COMPANY;
VVE are now prepared to sell Coal of a
' superior onallty, at rates as low as any oth-
lettTOSl Ol.ime
eiiiiani'. e are prrmanenliy 10
e the Im-i oal Is Ohio.
eateit.smi hat
AH onlrr- promptii nt'en.)eil to.
K ia M i;i. (iiKV, Lancaster, O.
TMO" arilAKKKkH, No AS. Main St.,
llATTOX, u. tf
DX83OLUT10M.
THE firm of F.. A. A T. T. More lathis day
" tllfimtlvrd tv mnii.l i nii-rnt, unii m 1 1' rxlut only
for thjulriAtinti. t tlhrT mf mtwr nf thr frm In fully
fint lint md tu rcrrl. e iitfuit , Mitl tlici. Uio imini ol
tli firm. I-:, A. M(tMK,
Jtl 10, IHMt. - - , T. T. MOHK.
Die heuaeweat of the mountains
We Invlle vpclal ntti-nllon to our strHk.
K. A. Ml) U K,
KIKI.MMI f.OliV,
J. S. TltKAbWAY,
JelO ; T. T. MUHK.
f.lotiriinl and Gnrctte cnpyl
new rcXur'Kf s
llQUise FiiiiiiViiin .Goods!
Van Ausdal, DLson & Co.,
no. oa ntts jtTttrr.T,
Are uow ieccivlni n l.ii'KC. smiortment of the
lii-wes' st les of
MBDAtiMOTT, VRI.VFT, FRTJS3ELS,
AND IKGHA1JI .1
O A- n p ID T S !
Fluor and Table Oil Co n, Coron and
Intlii Hittingt, A'iivf. Vanr Mutt. Drawtt.
CURTAIL DAMASKS,
Lnce nnl Muslin I'urtitins, Marseilles,
Ali'tiiiulu nnd Dimity iuiltH, Window
7.
!Slml
and llnliiiiiiU, . Window
Miiulo Triitiiiiinja,
Venotlnn Blliuls, Gilt Cornices, Stair
Rods, I'umltiiia Piinin, Toweling,
Napkins, Musltna, eheetlngs,
Irish l.lnrn. Tablo Cloths. Piano and
Stand Covers, Tabln Damasks.
A LAUGH .STOCK Ol'' .
Wall & Window
Borders, Tca.iters, Tlfsenrntinn Tiipr-r Hang
ings, OriiiuiiL-iitul l-'iiurcs, Ao.
JeO . FOIl nau: cheap.
Just roi-i-lvcd n lare involceof
I-'KKM'II LACK MANTILLAS,
CHANTILLY LACK do
KUKM II LA(!tt I'tMNTM
CHANTILLY LAO, do
Cloth Raglans and Duatere,
White Ccrapo tliawla,
AT HED MED I'll 10 EH!
Jel JOHN, VAN DOKV.N CO.
May- Purchases
.fust rrr-civtnir
( liouiiA- llyiil-r Sniiiiiior Silks,
Ori;)iiilie I. ii whs.,
Fi'4'lirh I.:mviim. it-i',iu'; Itobcs,
I'rimi Iti-r.'KC s.ieiiiisltiies,
I!-l.'t;- . ii' la is.
i:i:irk Xilk Kobea,
n.Hn Itl:i k Mlk.
OUIt Htock is now Inriro nrd desirrlilo,
and wi- arroir.-riiiji (in, da at II UK AT KKUUCTION
on former prl. fs. c nn- i!'.t. rinlni-dto sell Goods
EliY CUE A I' I (Hi CASHI
Jel JOHN, VAN DOHKN it CO.
CO All ! COAL !
Cheaper than liver!
COLUMBUS COAL CO,
H
AVIXO established a yard hero for the
aie ui
Cambridge Coal!
Would respect fully announce to t he eiliiens of Day
ton and vicinity that we are now prepared to fur
nish a superior quality of Coal at . .
LOWER RATES
Than Coal was ever sold for In this market, being
jirruiniirun luunit-u m il- wo Will Spare OO palUS lO
give our patrons satiruction.
Persons wiahiiiK to contract for a larRe quantity
will nud it to their Interest to call at our oir.ee, he-
lorepuronasu.g eisewnere,
OCice at Swaynie House,
DAYTOS, OHIO,
P. IT. COLB & CO.
jet
The Long Established
Cigar and Tobacco Store.
Munday & Stansifer,
WIIOI.IMAI.K AND I;KTAII. I1EAI.CRS S
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC CIGARS,
AND KVUllV DUSCISU'TION Olf
TOBAGOO.
Ho. 70, Jefferson St., Dayton.
THEY are constantly in receipt of every
A description ol luiiimted cigars, of the most fa
vorite Cuf-an brands.
Thi-yuiau itarrtiirc tlie beat quulllyof half Spanish
and coiniiiun ciuurs, and can nil any order made
ujon tiiem.
They have Clomlwln's Patent Foil Tobacco the
nicist article ever hrimi'lit to Ibis marker. They
hsve, also, every varlel.i of chewiuK tobacco.
Tliey olt.-r tlu-lr i-xlensive stock at u bulcaale nnd
retail, at as low rales aa can bo had in tlie Westi
and, call tho attentiou ot lli-aleis to theis stock.
Tliey om-r supi-rior induceini'iils to the lraiie.
Hemember Ihe place, lu, Jilk-mm bt., sign ol the
Iniliau Chief. iuj24
FOU SUMMKli (100 DS, go to nilEENE'S!
2 A'cio and Jleauliful Sltjht of gj
Cassimerea, Vestings, 5
j FURNISHING GOODS!
(5
fa KEW STYLES OF SHIATSU I p
H l .i.i..i, . i, i .,..,. M
s Term.''
At BREBNE'9, P
sal No. 1, Main street, Uaytoa. M
fifl '
KOR HUMMER OOOIW, go to IlRKEXE'si
Palermo Oranges.
Ort 1HIXE.S tino (iiulity l'uleruio Orange!
f v lariie and sweet, at
IIUAKDKNBUHO a CO.'S.
inylO
Nil. AIMJ, SO at
TjiWtjy HA VK you lieen with yourwlfeto
ffifsC'e Jewell i: Co -a N.-w York Fill ntah
Ins Storcl No. U here is It what does he keep!
JertV-rsou street, below the Market Furniture and
Cariiets clieaper than I ever saw in all uy life.
milt It Btf'MBf Where did you get that
'IF M ttt 9 beaulilul Spring shawl,
and that II no Del-aine, nnd so cheap! Why, at
Chrlstopliei 's. What did you niy lor that French
IjiwiiI Why, only la cenis, worlk SO cts. Aud,
husband, he has Hooi- al only Ibowita! Where
does he do b..in,-tit. WJiy, at the corner of Jt-Utir-son
Slid JVUrk-'t tthtiuiflil every l.od knew.
IVllll Have ywi heard tha news about the
-AT. V 4 wai l No not (')iriatopher says be Is
KoiilA lolo.ve Auction ua alonday, W ednesday and
i.trhii, . '1'bat suits mi- there isalways
i....-(l; i ,,' fcoii.,,' uii tlivre. a.oi,aldur me in.
io i. : i .
I'OHBALB CMHAP7
I-'INIO i-'AMll.y HOIili Inquire of
'X mhio ' J. M. WATTKSS ft HO.
fllE United Htutes Demoorotio Aliuauuv
A juat revelvwl and lor sals ay 1
sehJe ..ts4I.I IHCU.
HI10. WINflLOW.
An rH"Tlenet Hot. anrl VVpiale Pbr.lrlan, pts
aeats to the attention ol motheiS, her
Soothing ,3yriip !
For Children Teething,
Which trestli facllltsts the liriH-n.a nf t. ethlns.br
softentiifc the auma, reducing all tnni'.)tnatlon-slll
allay A IX PAIN and spasiiuallo action, and Is
BURE TO KKOL'LATE THK UOWKLS,
Depend upon It, Mothers, It will give rest te your
selves, and,
RFMEF AND HP.ALTH TO TOUH INFANTS.
We have put up and enbl this article for over
ten year., and can bav, is tosrinr. ate asd
troth of tl, what w. Da have never been ah e to
ay ol any other medl- cme KkV!,lt HA.1 IT
FAI1.KI), IN A KINtiLI fj IN-TAM K, TO KF
F1CCT A Ct'nK, wlieiif-a- tlmelyused. Nover did
we snow an lnstanc.-Jal ol dla.atl.faotlon by any
one whoused It. tin thi-Kj contrary, all ere de
lighted Willi Its opera r1 Hons, and speak la
turms of highest com-rfl nieiidation of its magic
al etfl-cts and medical vlituea. Ws speaa. tn
this matter "what wr l to
yeais- eaperlenoe, anilf FLru
snow," aitr ten
IIOE Ot-a HSFUTA-
Tioa roa thr il-l.rii.-M sirar or what k
hkiic nr.ri.AHF. In al- most every Instance
whore the Irilant la suf-a ferlng from patn and
cxhaustUn. relief wlll le found In Ulleen or
twenty minutes at'i"LQ tbeayrui'l.anilnlslered
l ilts valuable preiari'rj Hon is tlie prescription
of one of tlie most Xt PKRIKNCEU and
1-sii.LriiLniissm ine-a. Kfw Kngland, and has
been used with irrtnw ailihu diiui id
THOtrHANUKQ tiF CAMt
It not only relieves tbeT child (Ton
S.
vlgorates the stomschiJ and bowels, corrects
acuity, and Rives lone and rnergy to the whole
avsi.-ili. It u III ninioaryra lii.taiilly relieve GRi
I'lNO IN TIM'. UdW KIJ AND WIND COL
IC, an1 oveicome corl vulslons, whi- h, If not
speedily reireilltd, enrr, In death. We believe It
Ihe nesT and nv hi'stS Kenied) in tlie world, In
all eases of UYSK.NO '1HRV AM- 1)1 A R
BIKE, IN CHILDRKN, whether It arises front
teething, or Trom an a other causo. Wewnuld
say toeverymntherwh'i-f, has a child Slillerlnf
from any of the forcgo In complaints DO
NOT I.KT YOIJR PHI 21 JI.IIICFM NOR THK
PHKJuniCKaoFOTHfJ EKS, stand between
yoiirsiilli-rlnrchlld anclj the relief that will tie
.-una yes, aswrj lu 1 t:l. HI1 HE to lol-
low the uae of thlil medicine, if timely used.
01 inu i
Full direction, fur uilng will acenmnanv
tachbnttle. None ren uine unless the fao-sim-lie
of CURTIS A PKH 01 KINS, New-York, Is oa
ths outside wrapper. ke
bold by llruijglststrl throughout the vorld.
Principal vtllce,s No. IS Cedar St.,
New York.
Price only 23 Cer.ta per Bottle.
Je-lydAw
New Arrangement!
CUSTOM MADE HOOTS AND PIIOKfl,
CI'STOM MADE 11O0T8 AND HI10K8,
CUSTOM JIADK BOOIS AND BI10KH,
OF EVKRY STYLE,
OP KVKRY STYI.K,
OF KVPRY BTYLK,
MADK IN THK BEST MANNKK,
MADK IN THE BKBT MANNHK,
MADK IN THK 11BHT MANNhtt,
PROMPTLY TO ORDER,
PHOMPTLY TO ORDER,
PROMPTLY TO ORDER,
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE,
AND WAHRANTKD TO PLKASE,
AND WARRANTED T3 PLEA8E,
At the Cnstom Work Shop of
B. 1ST. DAVIS,
No. 79. Jefferson street,
DAYTON, O.
11 N. D., IiavinR (li?poBod of Ins stock of
Kaatern work at auction, will hereafter devote
his entire attention to mauuraturing borne made
work, which he will set up In any stWe to suit his
pal ron a and the great public, whom he will be pleas
ed to serve.
He invites ladles and gentlemen to call and leave
orders fur work, and he pledtces his reputation as a
man and mechanic to please all whocan be pleased.
niY'a3tf r
FAMLYGlWCnUE
New Stand Fresh Goods.
JOHN K. s.i:itllAICT, Agent,
NO. 83 JEFFERSON ST.,
A few doors South ol tho lIurkct-LTouso,
DAYTON, O ,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH AND
well assorted sloes, of line Family Groceries,
of every description. They have ail been purchased
within Ihe last lew weeks, and were bought with
express reference to quality and price. He Is pre
pared to sell them at as low prices ns they can be
alt'ordedi and Is resolved that no one shall leave his
store dissatisfied.
The following articles compose apart of his stock,
Vl2:
N. O. SUGAR Crushed and Pulverired;
REF1 N ED SYRUPS, and N. O. Molasses;
MACKEKEL No. 1, 2, and 3; White
Fish, Cod Fish, and Herring;
MIDDLKTOWN Sugar-Cured llama a
Huperlor article.
A FINE supply of Beef and Mutton
Hams, Tungues,ao.
DRIED Al'PLKS, r-eaohes. Prunes, Cher
ries, Ao. 1
TEAS, of all grades and of the very boat
quality)
SUPERIOR new Cheese;
SEVERAL barrels of first-rate Vineear
Cider) "
WILLOW and Wooden Ware;
THE best quality of llrooma;
CAN Tobacoo, of New York brands;
BEST quality German and other Cigars;
OPAL, Star and Tallow Candles; -
THE best of Meshonnook Potatoes,"
CORN MEAL, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Ao.
THE best quality of Family Crackers;
GROUND and ungrnund Coffee, Spioes,
Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ao,
STONE and Crockery Ware, Ao.,
In short, every article, usually found Id a Family
Grocery of the rirst character.
He respectfully makes Ills how to the oitlsens of
Dayton and vicinity, and solicits a libera! sharo of
their patronage, iiiyli-dAw
SomtsUiIi.fr New, True, Intelligible and Important
for the cure of tlisei seU boil) and miud.
ELECTROPATHY.
DM. CUAMnKULlX, (late of fcultimore)
has taken rooms at No. sou Third Ntreet, Day
ton, Ohio, and tenders his professional services 10
the uublio for the earelul diagnosis Mid treatment
ol all diseases of a chronic and nervous character.
He makes nucomproniise-wlth the stomach in way
of medications but relies tolelj on the most subtle
and powerlul of all agents Ki.j;i tiik-ity.
Di. C woi.ld here utrtte he is not introducing a
system ot practice based upon chuneenml uncertain
ty, but one at ail times reliable, and is t lie result of
teu yearn labor, ttutly aud lnveHti(r,atiou, and has
been tented hy htm lu over lour t.iouannd cases.
fcvery tiiliiK connected with hUjoperatlons is new,
and unknown to medical men and all others, except
Uioae who have been iustiuctcd by him.
His special claims nmy be briefly stated as fol'ows:
1. In determining ihe condition ol the human
body by an electrical diagnosis, which noiutaout ihe
locality and character ol tlie diseaae.
a. The specific action of electricity on the tody.
8. Thcdistinutivo iutluenueof the two polarities,
the Inward and outwaid.
And lastly : The auleutilio application of the two
polarities to diseased states of tha human body,
treating each si ale avoiding to its requirements
aud the lixod law which gov urn thu action ot elco
trlclly. Where these principles are thoroughly understood
and strictly carried out, the ayatem of Klectiopathy
Is uu uutttcrof guess work, and the ability to cuie
no myitery.
The ioilowloardlscascsare permanently and spee
dily cured b electrical treatment:
fuiiuouary Uousuuipuon, nisi anu nuuuie stages,
Tor i-id ijiver, UyK3jiia, euralKla, Lilahetis, lilei,
faralvsls. Hheuiuatiaiu, llraiu aUiaeaaes, Churoea,
Seunual Weaaueas. liniiotf hbv, Jjealueks. Autauro- -
is, Oatarth, lrupwy,hkin Ulaiaaes, Tumors, Ulcers.
All dineases lncideut to Females, t ils, a-titl Joints.
Contracted M uncles, Ague, Spinal UilticuUies and
nervous and chronic dlaeaaes generally, 'lliealcie-
id dtstMases are Uireutly uuuer the cuulroi of the
eltMitrlcal Kg e lit aud Dr. C never falls to produce a
permauvut cure iu an reanouiuit'- ensnta.
His apparatus is so constructed that It produces a
mild and southing seusation even to the must eusl
tive uerves.
All sboeks and irregular currents that tend to ex-
oiteaud iriitate the uervoua syntem are avoided.
Ihe dueaseu ot body and mind should nut fall to
call and witness the ourcs periormed by this won
derful agent, it being a universal agent, It is alike
applicable to all diseases, and irequwutiy removes
dimcultles of years' standing in a single application.
Those given up everywhere else are mwuu w call.
m)af4UWailU
OANrUL UK IMS.
wis iiaiMS.
JACOS MCI MS.
D. HEINZ & Bros.
AT their new location, in hi rum a Block,
nnrlh aide of Third Nt. .opposite the Post UlUos.
have opened out an entire now stuck of
Candies and lonlcctlonaritN.
Both Foreign and Domestic Also all kiads of
PRTJIT8,TOY8, NUTS,
uaiuia lid VMBIO,
Connected with the establishment Is alarse Bake-
rv. br which the proprietors will be enabled to lur-
ni-b to their city and country customers, all sorts of
Brcud I'reab from lite Ovu,
On shutt aotloe. Also all sorts of eakea, plain and
lancyj myttS
H'Vft AtX7RTlRRtr-.n
EVERY day, fresh from Pierot's yihes, at
my'J. BRANIIKNIIl'HQ S QO'B.
PINK- YED POTATOES,
JUST receive 1 at ' i
, atyae W. H. IRAKDSNBCWJ t CO.'

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