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REMEMBER WHAT YOU READ. NEW STOCK! NErVPRICFSll ' GOOD WOftK til AT ' ' No. 116, Main street. N. W. WILSON TIIANRFUL Tor ti (r tiWl patronage heretofore extended to him, would again cull theittent-on or the public to his aew ud complete aaaortment of Sum mci Roots and Shoes! B-aoloflnv none but th. bait of workman, t am cinfl.lent met loan, t up th liESV FITTING AND REST MADE Boote and Shopi In tha eltr.anil I will guarantee sstlalsetlou in all Caere. iLT lvo in a Trial I W W WILaOtf, III Miln street, doori anulh of the Market. If. W. w at,o keeps a superior article of FRRNCH BLACKING jeafl. FOR RENT. A FINE store room on Mnrket street, very ' eultshle for a Groeery er Hating Houae, being that parlor therein now oot-upled r.y E. A T. T. More, that fionta oa Market etiett, msy be either )WM feet ' Alao.a Urge room on the eeeonu. nor,2Sx40 feet, aultab e for an olllce bnliance on Third atreet. aoqmre or a.. A. A 1 . r. ri re. or CHAN. F.. CLARKE, Real r state Agent, ad St. FARM), . TWO UAXDSOME and highly improved farms, Ijlna; about 4 mlle north of the elty, 16 m m each, ciry PHoPKHTY will be taken la part piyment. AL-O, 4u acrea In Hnne 'ok County, not far from the count, -eat, and three lourthaof a mile from a rail road rtatlon. loti aurea improved, balance excellent timiier. Very tine laml, and will be iold at a bar fain. Al.su, lu acrea one mile north weitof Union City, well Improved; a creek running through the eentre, never filling wat.r, Urge ' ern, good bearing or chard, aprtnxa, Ao. A r.so, l aorea In Darke county, part good timber) good land, a No l barn, palmed, gnol houae. 1,000 down, balance on long time. ALSO, A number of other farme i arlnttr.lv located ard all vert cheap, tosethi r with n la.ge amoui.t of deair ble c ty property of eierv dearriptlon. . J)" CHAH. K. ( LARKS, Id Bt, DR. FULLER, metrinaru Surgeon DA VI ON, OHIO. . Graduate of the School of Vetrlnary Medicine and fiuixery, lloaton, Maaanchuaetta. Dlaeaaea of ll ir. a aclvntlllca ly ticated la the alahka of owut'ia or in Ire liifttninry. t'fM'ie at Air. John tthcihibergttr'a I Ivery stable, Jeltemon at .jtut brlow Tttirtl. Infirmary In the alley opona t at cud of tmkct Houae in the rear of Mr Unte I) lie'a Llitij Stab e. July 13 d w 3m BAGS, BAQbl 9 4 1 If) 2 "n1 2i hnh. Stark Millaliaea VjT ''jreceivedthliday W'e can aupply hhip. nera and i.liira insnv ouantltv, AT aUW yiu " l H ks, at tbu cheap C1h atorc of J.Hn, va uorkn a co., Jul.vJS No (W, cor, a am and lid sta. Prices Redaced! J IIAVE now on hand uo extensive lot of FINE GOODS FOE BUMMER WEAR, which I propoae to tell at PfiiCJiS GREATLY REDUCED for the nettt two mnnthe FOR THK CASH. Tho wantinir ololhttia rwndv made, or made to or'er, will Unci it greatly to i heir advantage to ca 1. R.niemler the plncc Cheap Stole, bouth Wet corner Third ami Jcttm aun ata ,t , T. M. LEWIS. ' P. 8 I have alto a second hand Bre proof Sale for ale very choap. jyl3 2md Stoves and Hollow-Ware. If ttft on Fo u nrterfj. NEFF, BKNNET & CO., Proprietors. SlorcTooiim '27 O Third lit. A GENE RA L ASSORTMENT or Cook acd Heating Stoves, ALWAYS ON R iNI). W1 rE AflE MAXt'KACI'URIXO THE following Cook Slovea. and are Drenared to ml ordera promptly: "nvNG-lir ' AIR-TIGHT, "DAYTONIAK AIR TIGHT, "MIAMI PREMIUMS." "IMPROVED BANO UP," "CLINTON A IR-T1GI1 r," KlevntedOveni KINii VI e-TOVKH," Klevated Oven. ALSO, Tin Plate Plovea, Six nnd t?oven Plate Meat in); Sloven, Parlor Htoved, &a., &s. OAST TEA KETTLES, A VRRT BtTKRIOR ARTICLE. Our BANG-UP AIR-TTfiHT COOK 8TOVE bfti no iupcrior it contiuui t to lt-o n frrent favorite W coulU nil a voiiioiv with tt'stttuonifcU, if ltwer4 neceftftiiry He nr Agcnli for the a'e of the di iL m i2i liiAiidiiaa Thli R inee hae been gotten it" within a few montha past, and haa many advantagea over theold Rangea. Do you wnut a auiwriur Rangel CA 1 and examine the Globe. 270 Third atreet, Davton, Ohio. jy7-lm16mw NKKF, H'KNNKT CO, Manufacturers' Toots 4V Jltsclt inert FORSAIEAT PUBLIC AUCTION. OnManday, Aagnit 1st, 1851. BY virtue of a chni'el mnrteatre, and a ivower to icll, mnde t the undenttgoed by KufUi Dution, they will oiler at public auotiun, on IVIondMy, AufttuM 1, 1S50. At ft o'c'ock. A- M tia ami about the Manufactory Of Aatriculturil Iinpleiueute ol H. button, in Dayton Ohio, th following ilficrlhe Manulaalurerc Tools liniieaienra.nil Mnohkneiy all in tine onlrr, vii : Onelxrge iHthc. one pair of lua-es. one plainer, one blowe-r one lathe, (J. errlam, maker) one bolt cutler anl flii.Ks, ou 9l-o feet eiifrjuc lathe, one punch, one piaiui r (hoBntJl Co., inn Iters,) ore 14 feet engine iatle, one a feet tethe, twit engine lathes, one 1' teet plainer, two upright drills, one 4 turh an-l one intili chuck, one kry reat cuttt-r, one power drill, one n leet engine In the, one sorew eutting machine, una hind inthe. and one lathe, (ht'lleisA ' ana, initkers,) ine 7H feet nglne lathe, one 8 I net eiu;ine luhe, nue 24 inch Woonwoitsj pirilner, one 12 ln'h hnntl inihe, one io Inch scroll chui'k. prts ol 1M inrh swi g lni he, overhead pul leys, shililnr tn.l belts, nue STATION AH V fr.N 41 K, 13 inch bore, Jk-s feet stroke, ol the latest Improvement, one lUluub screw chuck and two bolt mnciitiK-a. These tools and machloeiy are mostly new and now in oitrailtn. - .U o All purchasers under Bfty rl-illa will he requires to ty oaih; thole ahova titty win he requntrd to gi e not at 90 days from date of sata wi h good pei.onl security. HAHrVKt a BROWN, JyUiwtt Tr UMAS BKUWN, ON AN J) AFTER" Thursday, July 7, D. VV. WINTERS, No. 94, Main et., will rvT mi Extensive Stock of Down to CLOSING OUT VRICES! H ! preparing for Fall rurohaaaa, and Uoae UCavellllaJ, BABE BARGAINS ! -SHOULD CALL IMMEDIATELY! hi Ho, Ye Anglers. PALI- ca J K. Gel hart and est nice fishi a tej tala, save f aias aaa, aaa a aalMaea. aw . nil a 1 m ' u aJ M voux. MJtlU I A YTON OHIO, FKIDAY, JULY 22, 1859, m III!!! III! TV NO.-r&rr- iilE DAILY EMPlltE oriOa op auLtoTiON! Inpir liiUiiL tkirl it, Still nit eat. ltii 1 Jefmn y nTellas.oo.e reaetnadvaiine. In o-ata per we.k. parable to tbaoarrlee. male ootee,Bl In wreppore. (Mote. Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Tjpe Foundry Company la our duly auihoriied Agent to make rnotracte and receipt for Atlvcrtiaementa aubscripliona, 4c, in that city. To Bcaikr-aaMm. The Empire Job Room rem complete trim, ana we are now prepared to do work of all description! In the beat atyle of the art. Call in and examine our work and learn our pricea. ino ADTaaTlaaaa. Advertisaraenta or Notice for tba Km pi re nauat be banded into lha office by lea e'ciecA on the day they are de aired to be puhliabed nti tmtrr. We cannot airreetoinaert them after that hour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Weekly Advertisements. Thoae who deaire to have advertiaementa inaerted in the Weekly Empire ahonld band them in by Saturday morning, at the lateet. MuOur advertising patrons will cereeive that, by onr arrangement ol readiog matter, their advertiaementa will be always fine a very important matter to them. STSee 4lh page for Telegraph Reports. rrThe "track" on the National Horse Fair Orounda, contiguous to the city, ia being rapid ly completed, and will soon be ready for "ex erciee. Mr. ".Smith ia using every commend ahls dilligenre in making arrangements for the Oreat Fair. The public may depend that every thing will be prepared In complete order befor tbe day. CTFiftyifour frieght cere came hereyester day on the 0. H. A D. Road, in one train I There are now one hundred loaded eora at the depot in the cily awaiting trsnaportation. This will be accepted as pretty Strang evidence or the "revival of trade" ao long looked for and hoped for. ET The fhesoix Band that very agreeable institution of which Dayton is jually proud nave another of Its unique snd pleasing public ereuades in front of ths Court House laat eve ning. Tbe Pbcanix is a "public benefaction.' ETMr. Jere. Wilt, one of a party that started for Pike's Pesk lest spring, arrived here on Tuetday eveningof this week The party were diaappoicted in their expectations, we learn, and disbanded at Denver. Mr. Flinn, and one or two other gentlemen of the ill fated party are on the wsy home, snd are daily expected. Samuel Eatabrook and David Curtis, who went out at the same time, concluded to remain, and ry their luck at the mines. Having a good slock of provisions, "eommisssry stores." etc., they woulJ not lesvetbe place without making a fair trial. It is ssid that the latter gentlemen intend going scross the Plsins to California, if the miuing in the mountains does not prove remunerative. The boys have the means and the pluck, aud we hope they will meet with ths success they deserve. K$-We acknowledge tbe receipt of an Invitation, by thit mnming's matt, to attend the "Union Pionio" at Put-in-Bay, Lake Eriel We learn from the dooument sent u that "Clevelanders, Banduskians, and De. troitrirs will bs there," an announcement which will, to some extent, explain why Daytonians reoeived invitations "on the day of the fair.'' We do not now remember to have ever before received so unvarnished an indication of "the cut direct.'' If Mayor Miller and guests above named really de sired the pleasure of our company, they should have sent a special train along with the invitation. O" We learn that Henry Westherby, an in dustrious and worthy young man, was invited to attend the Picnic at Col, Patter .on 'a on Wednesday, with ice cream and othsr luxuries, and after lie came upon the ground was driven away by a man who conceived the movement lo be improper) Weatherby ia poor, and his frienda thought to benefit him by buying from him the unexceptionable articles which he manufactures and sells. Of course he suffered loss by the proceed u re againat him. f7A great ssleof flue gold jewelry at suc tion will be commenced to morrow evening at Christopher's Rooms, corner of Jefferson and Market. The assortment is very extensive and comprises all the finest modern styles. Of course bargains csn be bad. The goods will be open for the inspection of the public to-morrow The lsdies are particularly invited. Remem ber the sale commences to morrow evening. Wonts op A t. In lha window of Moore's book store, Third et, are two of the finost designs for monuments we have aver seen. They are designs of T. P. Jones, sculptor, who executed the famous busts of Gen. Caaa and Gov. Chase. Tha phneer monument to be erected at Cincinnati, will favorably compare with any monument in tbe oountry. It is to be 60 feet in bight, of a quadrangular shape, and is to bear on its sides representations of backwoods scenes in the primitive days of tha west Under th master hand of Mr. Jones, th figures will become instinct with life, and will keep ever fresh in the minds of future genera- lions, tho hardships and heroisms of wes tern pioneers. Th monument of Commodor Parry, which is to be erected at PuUia-Bay, will be 160 feet in bight wben completed It is a plain round shaft surmounted by a statu of tbe Commodore. Tbs design ia as aim- pie as the other is complicated, and both will be a credit lo the Plate of Ohio. ' tsDavid says "Ibey had a great and glorious time at tbe Pionio on Phillip Hill yesterday." "Mango," (who is a particular friend o Davids) corroborates thi statement, and add that David nsvsr "playtd" better in hi life, and minded bis "ones" first-rate (7 The temperature baring manifestly im proved over thst of th past two weeks, the "Never Sweats" have again ventured out f doors. We saw on of lhm oa th stieet to day at noon with two umbrellas; on spread over his had, and th other under bia arm. It wss ahsdy al th lime, W asked him why be csrried two umbrellas" Hs took a lean agaioat John Sheila' pump, and replied "Wall, I us 'em both when the sun shines." CT Th paper which tall us that aa architect proposes to built a Bachelor' Hall, which will diflW (rasa most bouse, is having ss Kvm, fwgoi to tis that n) ld kv as las. LTThe Republican party are getting into "pretly kettle of Bah" over their nominee for Supreme Judga 8paulding and Oiddiaga de clare thst they will not support fiholson, unless he Will pledge himself in opposition to the Fugitive Slav Law. He is between hawk snd butrsrd, and hopes to conciliate both wingsof ths party by keeping quiet and ssying noth ing. TheOberlinites are not to be put off in thst wsy howsver, but sredemsndiog sn expression of his opinion. It is evident that a storm is brewing. A Dxlicats R tat sa M r. Webater wrote after continued provocation, to the editor of anew, paper, which referred to his private affaire, and especially to his not paying his debts. He ssid substsiitially t "It islrusthsll have not slwsjs paid my dohts punctually, snd thst I ows money. One cense of this is, thst I have not preeacd those who ows me fur payment. As sn iustsnce of this, I enclose your father's note, msde to me thirty years sgo, fur money lent him to d'Tete his boys." tT Ths corrsepondent of the Manchester (Eng.) Ousrdisn intimates that there is s move nieut en foot asaong the Msgysrs to off.T them selves to Russia In case they csn obtain from the latler certain constitutional gusrsntees which cannot be obtained of Auatria. At all events, the correspondence concludes, it is not improbable that tbe alternative will be put be fore the government of Auatria. E7 A bald headed old gentleman in Cincin uati, heating that burdock lesvee carried in the hat would prevent aun atrokea, be gathered a lot which he suppowd to be such, snd wore them during one of the hottest days laat week ; but what waa bia surprise the next morning on finding his scslp drswn into a moat bctuti ful blister he having in mistake taken ths lesves of ths horse radish. CTMr. Jtffera, build r of ths Independent's Engine, hae presented the company with a beautiful silver trumpet. This prest-nt wss mads, Ws understand, on account of the compa ny haviug ihrowed astresui of wster, through 5U0 feet of hoae over tbe steeple of Rev. Mr. Kemper's church, a bight of 9110 f.st. MsY The Superintendent of the House of Industry, in New York, found a widow hard at work making boys' cloth caps, trimmed with braid and bow and buttons, lined with glazed muslin-and wash leather, and with patent leather front, for the making and pressing of which she received twenty-five cents a dozen, cr two osnta a piece I If this woman were a sooty wench, you would hear plenty of abolition howling about slavery. cruelty to the blacks, ice ; but a it is only a white woman, th negro howlers can see her worked to death, and starved in tbe bar gain, without a single expression of christian sympathy. Out upon ye! ye hypocrites and Pharisees. UTThe Erie Conference of tbe Methodist EpifCopsI Church at lis session just closed, recommends the following for adoption by tbe General Confeience as the rule on slsvery : "The buying, selling, holding or transferring any human being to be used in slsvery." The vot stood Aye, 131 ; Nsy, 0. Fi.inuED, Fikciko Attn All. A friend of ours went op to Troy lsat night, but finding that there wss a fence around the place, and the gate leading into th town fastened, he camped outside of the city, end returned this morning. His intention wss to hsve msde a persons! sd. dtlion to the place, but learning that it wss 'finished" his misaion wee ended! CTWhen we spoke of the Statesmen giving credit to the Springfield News for editorials from ihe Ohio Press, we felt sure thst it wss not doneintantionslly ; but haying noticed the mistake two or three times, we called the stten tion of our eotemporary to the fact. We did not intend any thing like meddling. UTThe Cincinnati Commercial has corrected its report of Mr. Corwin's Xenia speech and annnunees to the great diaguat of the Republi can Party, no doubt, that he declared hs "would vote for the admisxion nf a State with a Slave Oonatilulion." 'I hie aaaertion at once puta him at logger heada with Spaulding, Giddlnga and Chase. Tom ie likely to prove an eye sore to th Republicsn party. CT Th Chicago Prats, of Fridsy, records lb singular fact in thst market, thst standard Spring Wheat had been offered In exchange for No. 1 Corn bushel for bushel, the corn being nominally on cent the highest. Subsequently Whest rose to the level of Corn, and seversl thousand bushsls were exchanged even. 17 A fishing outfit, "originally" from Lang. don's, took 40 bsss from the river yesterday below the city. Tbe fixtures were held by Ihe Major, who can land a Dab with any of 'em- and he sttrlbntes his success in no small degree to tbe excellence of tbe fishing tackle. CT W learn from the Indianspolis Journal that tbe Sons of Mslta of thateity visited Rich mood, Ind , tbs other night, by railroad, and had a grand parade at midnight in th uausl solemn style of the Bone. Richmond wss es' cited beyond all precedent by the performance. The staid old town was positively overcome. 10 Ths New Tork Express says it is bscom ing quite fsseionable for a lady to appear with her hair cropped closely behind tbe front locks being long enough to curl. Bo rapidly hss this gsioed in favor that it will not be won derful anoutd it become general for a time. IX We see it ststcd thst "dog fennel" is selling at $15 a ton lo a German sstociation of tanners in Iowa, who use it for tanning purpoaea. If it should rrslly be s good subatituts for "bark,1 now grown so sesree snd costly, it will be most vslusble crop. IT It is rumored snd the rumor is clsimed to have taken a pretty well drfined all ape that Mayor Iddinga ia connected with ths edi lorial oorps of the National Police Qaaette! How is itt - tT tetters from the Holy Lend stale that there are symptoms of the beginnings of a great religious movement in Jerusalem, aud that there is a prospect thst Christianity may ysl be recognised in th place of it birth, . IT Th population of Sso Francisco, Cal. according to lb last census, 78.08.1. The fs male population is about 84,000, U.IKMI of whom ars sbov 18 years of sga. r rThe Oats harvest in ths Miami Vallsy is ossrly finished Ths straw is "short," but the yield of oats bss been Urge. Th pric of all kinda of feed for slock will certainly eon. down. CTBrandjnburg A Co , No. 300, Third st hsvs oan of tboaw blackberries left a few Tbay asvesleo aoss tip-top early pawn; th beat w hsvs thie ism. Tkey srsslcaoal equal t U " bUf psau," More About Candidates. The ouro tl shows Its colors this morning In a very anniOcant manner, but assly ssa mouse, W ubllehcd, the other dsy.apuff of certsin Rfpubliesa aplranla, from tfc OermantoWn Independent, for the purpose of showing up the inja-tice that ia sometimes don by indls crirainsU puffing of one er more rival candi- dates, while others are passed by ia silence The Journal took no notice of the former arti cle in the Independent, advocating the claima of Cuppy, Nsad and Zehring. but io Its issue of this morning has the following: Ta CaxniDaTta roa 8ksato. Our nsich nor of the Germanuiwu Independent, who haa been ranvaaamg the merits of some gentlemen who have been named as csndrdstes for the Kepublicsn nomination for Senator, makes ao explanation of some omissious intbts regsrd. ni eaja When we spoke favorably of Mr. Cnppy ss s candidate for rjtst Senator, we were not swsre that Mr. L-wia Qunckel wss a candidate for the same offira, and tha only intimation we hare of the fact is contained in tts notice of the hroptrt. If Mr. Lewis Ounckel la a Candidate, he will without a douht, be the firat choice of German uwi,bip. tor he poaaesse llmemadeac of the people her to ar eminent rlegre, snd is re garded ss "one of us " He baa been identified with the Republican party and laboring for ill auccess svsr since its organization, without al lowing his name to be presented for any office, except on one occasion. Defers th laat Sena torial convention he was scandidate. but with' drew his name in favor of Maae B. . Wslker, &q , to secure harmony in th party, and his claima on the party, if sov nerson ess be aaid to hare claims, are equal, nt Irani to those of moai otner men in tne county, it also gives us plrsaure to know that whether Mr. Ounckel or Mr. Cuppy receives th nomination, thi. Senatorial District will b faithfully repre sented. ., Peculiar significance is givsn to this start of the Journsl, by the publication of a small no. tice, imraedistely preceding, baring no wppartnt Connection with politics, but entitled ' General Felix Marsh Victimised," snd by a commuulca tion from "Republican,"immediately preceding thst, proposing ths following ticket: Senator Thomas Crown, of Dsyton Kepresenatives E. A, Parrott, of Dayton, Mnj. Wro. Liium, of Miami. Treaaurei U. B. Olwin.of Perry. Proaecutor D. P. Need, of Dayton. Oommi-sioncr Beniah 1 horp. of Wayne. Director of Itifirmarv Henrv Mar-1,.11 nt Clay. ' Outsidera may not see the "nub," but ws api prebend thst few Republican politicians and office seekers will fail to read a lesson, from the manner in which the jackatraws tumble. By the way, why is it thst among all these rnulual admiration societies, snd lug rolling cliques, no one seems lo hsve discovered the peculiar qualifications of K. S. Young, Esq , for the office of Prosecuting Attorney, for whjch nomination he ia ssid to be a formidable Competitort Of course it is none of our"bix" what ticket they make, but weconaiderit due to our readers to keep them posted in the wiry wsys of these ssngnine simpletons, who seem to look with longing eyes and open mouths upon all the of fices in Montgomery county, and the district, as so many ripe fruits resdy to be bad for the ask mg. But the sound of their cackle is of hens who hsve laid no eggs. Correspondence of the Empire. CHICAGO,ILLS., July 19th, 1859. En. Ehfies : Th protracted period of "in- ten.e solar action" which we hsve enjoyed (T) sna which has been the source of so much com ment on the part of the pspers, and so much surpriss nn the psrt of tbe citisens, 11 roundly asserting in their esrnest defense of their city thst such a season never wss known before, no nor sny thing like it; this long "hosted term" has been prolific in smusing incidents, affording msoy an excuse for delinquents and furnishing a fruitful source of conversation to all parties so thst it hss not been without some u-eto the city as well as being of incalculable benefit to Ihe country in bringing on tbe corn which ia so lste, A curious stste of things ex ists here in the grsin market which utterly confounds deslers. While stsndsrd soring wheat is blirigiug but 60 cent, corn is worth nearly seveuty. Some consternstion seems to befell by those who hsve engaged largely at high rates. By tha msrket repoits the grain irade is very slight compared with Isat year, th receipts at the present time being less than one half those of laat year, during the same periud. Not being versed in the butinesa I esnuotof course predict the result or calculate tbe chances of tbe future, but evidently much snxiety is felt al tbe present auto of things. New York Exchsnges continue firm at the present high rates of 3 to 2 per es nt. But I forget Ihe purpose of my letter. I di vereified my experience of the warm weather by a refreahing trip into the country reaching ultimately the goodly city of Waukegsn, whoa location ao high abov tha Lake seems to bring it mora constantly in contact with the Lake breese. Here much to my comfort I epenl sev ersl dsys and made a good aurvey of the town. Originally, expectations were entertai ned by the ciliiuua, just as by those of many other weatern towns, thst this wss speedily to be coma one of tbe lsrgest cities of the Union. Hence property wss held so high ss to exclude thoae who would come io and the city seemi now to be doing nothing snd hardly able to msintsin its present importance. This, how ever, ss well ss msoy others on tbe Lske shore, betweeo it end Chicago, ia becoming mora aud mora popular aa aaummer residi-nc for those doing business in this cily. Seversl very besutilul raaideucea with the mi at romantic and inviting giounda ar alresdy completed while msoy more are in process ef construction snd improvement. This place n minded me of D.iytou by reaaon of the universal cultivation of dowers snd shrubbery, which forma o at tiactive a feature in the appearance of your oily. The utmost csre ia taken by the poor as oil as the rich, in tbe cultivation of their tar dens and th adorning aod improving of their ysrds. With sll ihis beauty of location and residences there is very little buainess snler prisa nisuifeat and aevera of ths few shops and store ar now closed. Fsw laks boats stop here ss ths exposed position of the harbor, if attch it can be called, mskss a landing not only troubleeome but often unsafe sd the Mil. wsukie R. R., which was expected to be of such great benefit to tbe place only serve to carry the trade and buainess of the country to its termini. Madsme Boaco held on of her entertainments here snd I noticed oa tbe posted btllsaa extract from a favorable notice given her in your paper. A quandom Cuehman, who for th sura f I wen. ty five cents proposed to treat the people to a builesque repreaentstioa of manners ia high life, greatly incensed certsin worthies of ths (own by using their names in representing certain part of "Widow Bedott," ao that the ulrsgdiiidividual planned and executed S gratuitous entertainment just beneath ad ut. id th room occupied by lb said Cueboaen; Which so aniseed th people that at enee th greater psrt of Ihe elty was assembled in th streets. Th gratuitous enUltaiumCbt son ais led in the blowingof horns, bag-pipe, whistlas. As., with tha boating f drums, tie peas. sad kUle and la l(alu af saadry squib and fire crackers, so thst the whole seemed Intended to produce noise rsllrar than the most exquisite snd refined strains of ttiuslc. With this band lha ssid Cuehman waa gallantly escorted home stth close ind left U dream of small proceeds and "tbe atuaie of th 8 pheree, " On the fol lowing day aaid Cuehman having procured an. other hall proposed a final exhibition of him self to the public, solera sly deelsring in hii placard "good order will be preservrd." In imitation, (its persecutors sdverti-ed their ap pearance with a similar card concerning good order, but as the former, to his credit be it ssid, met his engagement, while the latter did not; the aaid Cuahmao left the city with flying color Amid So many amusements snd so mtich ex citement you may believe time pasaed pleaagnt ly snd with regret w turned toward the noise and beat cf Chicago. The ride along the Lske shore with tbe many village nnd roaidtnces the summer reeort of families from Chicago, reminds on nf the scenery up the Hudson from new York, though of course it ia not so pictur esque nor as rst so entirely occupied sod im proved. There is nosbturditv in snticipsting the time when these grounds and residences will beer compariaon with those, Six y acres of woodlsnd a few mile from the city on the line of the R R. are being arranged and im proved for a Cemetery. It ia a beautiful spot and no expense will be spared in improving ana ornamenting it. But lest I exceed my limits I must close and defer a few words if may be, concerning the city to a future time, I write this just opposite the noble Court Huse, in the office of Mesara. Peck A Buell, lawyers, whom votir frienda will do well In entrust with any buainess they may M. SxxAToa Josniu R. Qiooixoa Who is hi? The London Dsily News, of July I, hss the following : In Ohio. Isst month, the Drncedure waa re vived Senator, the Hon. Joshua R Uiddings. whose repute is ss high as anv citisen In tha Union, hss yroclatmed a new association of Sons of iitberty" in defense of the libertiea snd laws of tbe State, ss agaioat the intolerable new law and tyranny of the central authority. Mr, Buchanan and the Oonirress i t Wah inititr. are to the people of Ohio what George III and the Parliament at Westminster were to the peo ple of New Eugland in 1770. The London News is in for Oberlin and 8ei - atorGiddings, and in for the Sons of Liberty, of which Mr. Oiddiugs Is a typs. ET There is more truth than poetry in the following lines: A Sabbath well spent Bringaa week of content, And strength for the toils of the morrow; But a 8 tbbalb profsued, Whstsoever be gained. Is a sure forerunner ofaorruw. CT We lesro tbst an election for officers of the Light Guard, in which g-eat interest is msnifestwl, comes off in a short time. ST An exchange aska how many men are victims of miss-placed confidence. Wo would tell if we knew how many men had their con. Sdence placed amiaa. For the Empire. BUTLER Tp., July 19, 1859. Ku. Empire: The editor of th Germautuwn Independent, in his paper of the 14th inat.. haa a long editorial respecting briuVe mat ters, th County Commi-eionera, Ao., and, among other thinga, says, 1 made two at. tacks upon the Commissioner for making appropriations for two Miami rivor trrl.;os at Miamisburg. I deny that tbe questions asked in ray former letters aniouus to nn attuck'' upon the Commissioners. The ire all proper questions, and so far remain unanswered. The editor say that "ever ainoe the on ganization of the county, the wealtbv town ship oi Miami na pain bridge tax without reoeiving nnytning in return, eiccntu cou ple of canal bridges." Oa enquiring, I learn that Miami haa twki.vr canal bridges that have to be maintained by the county exclu sively, beside receiving an appropriation of five hundred dollar Inst year, out of th county treasury, for one of a private nature. This i probably double tbe number of any other township in the county. Thirteen "a couple," eh? " hven the writer in tbe Kinpire cannot deny that the Miami ought to be bridged once within the county below Dayton ' Certainly not. Hut this editor forget that the county ha bsrely oompleted one at Mil amiaburg belore two more are advertised, one within nearer a quarter thi n " half a mile," aod the othet one within two and a half milea of the first one, making Ihret in stead of "one,'' as he baa it, within the coun ty limits bslow Dayton. 1 bis look a a though one might be dispensed witb, and the $4,000 whioh tbe county promisee towards it be applied com other place where it might be more needed. lie further repreeent that tbe pcodI of Mi imisburg hnvo subscribed $12,000 lor the two bridges. This, 1 am told, is not tbe fact, tbe true amount being about $,000. not wisbing to bore you or your reader ilh a lengthy oommunioatiun anon thi dry subject, thi hot wsatber, I will "dry up," wuti tba expectation ol referring to it NORTH END. Twin Creek R. R. Under th ettoient uanaeement of Mr. Uodder, thi enternris. whioh lias so Ions laid dormant, is again reviving. The lower bridge will be finished next week, having been covered, painted and roofed. It is now one of tbe most substantial structure of the kind in the West Tbe upper bridge will also be finished yet this full, and there is a probability that the iron may be obtained so a to opn th road for tbe fall trad. This, however, w not certain: and dependa inienv upon the exertione of our own cilixt n. Tne rod auisl tlio who help themselves is an old and true adage, and if (rermintown wishee to realise the beneSi of a railroad, it must make sacrifice commensurate with the benefits it will derive therefrom. Public meetings, we understand, will soon be held all along the line, and th people will be informed by th officers of th road of it exaot condition. If th citiaan of (isrmsntown could be mad to realis tha immense advantages whioh they would derive front a railroad eon, neclion with "th test of mankind ; '' if ihev oould only b convinced of Ihe immense in flux of population and wealth which such a oooneotton would bring, ssying nothing about eonvenieno and mail faciliuee, Ibey would not hesiute to advance Iwio th money needed to finieh lb road. If th present effort i allowed; 10 la 11, me roan must b fur- aver abandoned, every dollar already x- penaea is lost neyooa recovery, and Usr 10 an low a will fall far behind ita seirhhors in population and wealth. Independent. Burrous &Butt, CAR PEN T.E IIS AND BUILDERS. Wholesale and Retail Baah, Blinds, Doors, Frame 4 Moulding; SOUTH Oe1 THs CANAL, w ATMS ST Jant-lvw Ij'OlJNO, iYtrday, a rjf Key. fot tuiaasf laasrsMiwa, UHruar ss U4S . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dividend Notice. 1'ttK Stookhnldem in the Pivrtoo and Wet . ern Turnpike Road ara) notified that thf Board of bireet tu on the d dav of Julv. declared a Divi dend ot tlit r rso) cents on the share payable at the w, 't omee (in tne Auditors omcut Katonjoo the list, 2?d nnd 3u of July, end ar the hanking of fice of V, Winters A eon, in Dayton, on Wtlneelay, Aug. N. DUNN, See'ir. J J3-iUwtt ' S. IX THOMAS V 1SHK8 it diatinrtly undorntorw tl.at lie Is prernrd at all timet to Co all kind of Carpenter and Job Work. U-ar-My ahnp la on St. Clair street, 1 doer south of Thlidst. jr?l Cambridge Coal. I WILL deliver the ttbuVA mrticla to anj part of the ottv, at 111; ctn. perbuthel. Qualli) warranted superior to any Oh.o Coal in Una auai ket. Orders lett J. Mlntrk't, cor. Jefflprwon and Mer it t sis., or at Swaynie House, will meet with prompt attention. 1'. H. C ALB, Ag't. Oft BOX Erf liernonn, in prime order, juat reoeved. J.l D. A P. B. BHVLU atACKsS Africao Pea Nats jutt arrived jyn D. A P. B. HHITLL (Journal and Gazette eopjr Notice to Builder. SKA UK D PropoanJi will be reoeived at the ofllce of the Clerk of the Board or Kducatlon, al the Council Chamber (where plane and specifica tions ean be seem until the 1st dav of Aueust next. Tor furniihlnjr materials and bullutte;an addition to the North-east Hchool House. The work to be done under the direction of the sultuing Committee, who reeerve the privilege of furnish I nf all the Joists ne cessary for the building, the eoat of the same to be deducted from the eontr-et prlee. Payments as follows: one-half the amount to be pnld hy the Stth day of December next, the t al anoeon or before the 1st of Jul, itnto. Any further Information can be bad by calling on either of the committee. DAVID A. WARPHAM, ) B,llMi JONATHAN itfaNNKV. I Bul'dinf K. LIN DSL V, jy20 (Journal and Caxette copy ) LOST, fS yeeterdny, a note tmide by O, 0, hherv- paw, payable to iy order in ilxty days, at a bank In NMdletown. Al k mount Si A" oo. J. N. HENDERSON. Fruit, Fruit, Firuit! JUST recived at m? ratHhlithmenr, 2d street, I doors west of Jefferson, 10,000 Fruit (unit Of Liverpool Ware, decidedly the best can for Dut- ttng up Irui In the world, three lan.i will be tup plied with an Aiit-i luirr top. Which It the most complete Invention of the kind known, and will exclude every particle of air Th te cans will b sold lower than goou cant can be purchased elsewhere. Persons deairing to put up fruit warrantrd to keep, aiiuuiiiunnatuukc- . a-. Dt;i P R jiy-iwd Sd rt.,1 doors west of Jefferson. PINE WINB3, ETO. lluuKurliiri Wine, tiiine w Mir, French M ine, t'taiatvbii nnd Cliampugne Wlueo, ME DOC A BORDEAUX CLARET WIXE8, Or the flneet quality snd st the lowest prieei WHOLBSALB AND RETAIL ALSO, nXE CIGAbS. KYV1SS CHEESE. LIMBUK'JEttand KRELTZER KASSR CAPT. L, MARKORAF, No. 376 3d street, wast cuf. Post Offio. Jyl (Journal aad fiaiette copy.) Sandusky, and Cincinnati Rail Road! KEDVCTIO OF FARE TO OHIO WHITE uli.i'hlk springs:: OV anrl after Saturday, Julv 16th. the r from Pay ton to Ohio vv bite bulphur Sprinxa rate and return, will be fa, 0. jy it-aiw JOHN II. HUDSON, Vip-l. CALF vT A T. Graduate Veterinary Surgeon, Til RO'GH successful cures, and untiring in-dnatr- In tha trrntuenl of Hor.ee aud Cat'le, aa aril aa Hose, In hie two yeare practh-e lo Dayton, la fa vorably known tothepub He of Dayton and vicini ty. Hereapectrulli aolictta a continuance ofthcu pa tronaee O, ,-ili; and 1nmmabt, corner Sd and at. Clair alreeta. Dayton, O., where he may be lnuml at all hour., both day and night. j.-is GODEV for August. Jrltl jyltl D. r. B. SHDLL. NOTICE TO BAFK HOLDERS' " ON and after Monday, July 1 8th, until the flrat of September, the underalraed will opeu our banklox-houeva for buaineaa -t S o'clock A. M. and vloae at 3 o'clock P. M. Deiioaitora anj those havlua uolee to pay. will note thia chanee. HARaHMaN k GORMAN, i-emrai nana. WIMTbHi a son. . , . Cxcnanfe Bank. Jul y lath, I85S. jy is-ud For Sale. A HOUSE and Lot, on Main tret, 1) aura. from the Court Houae. and inaviuih. Temperance Houae. The houae is well calculated for a Hole or Boarding Houae. tot a.S front, by irei wrp. For partlculara, Inquire of j)l HKNBT KL1HINGER. TO FlriUERMENt tANE Ro.U, Linea, Hooka, Sinkav,ete.,of tbs best J quality lor llaheimea, at the lirocery Ntoreof J a. 1. h,UH ART, Choicest Cheese of tho Season, and XSo Mistake! Irlt.Lb In weekly receipt, during tke Sumner, VV of Brown's celebrated Cheeae. Having kept Fenner'a Iheeae. iwhick la not bow la Ihe maiket.l he afflrma that UrAwa-a l. tu , eou.l,tf not auperlor to It. He Invitee pereoua to . auu ry i, nnu li 11 ia BO. ae CiaiDXI, Will noi aaa inem io Duy. Jyt 4. a. we.anAHT, Ag t, as Jelfarsoa atreet. Stop and Think. Ws are prepared to furslah Uiuiftfinj Lumbet of all kinds on the shortest ftutioaand aa cae me cnfrte(, our stsvau at 1.1 in I MIA.T11 t i l KING, RO tO. We also have loo aeres of the best LAND k tbe cuuuty. S ail lee frui lavtoa. nest, which w.wiil ell lii srcels to suit purchasers, from acreaipto srva aiawn ivw aiiw va bvusj iti , , KINii. BRO. m. ALSO la acres of land 4 mies from Da. ton. i nvnn i mr Bit it? vrrj low, Ai0A t.iKUt MAW MILL abloof eutlQtf aooo fet of lumber per day, on the canal. 4 niWa from Oa ton, and In the beet neighborhood for hxu- ner, (oak, walnut and popta) la thestete. very lw. KINii, MHO. A VMo. JunetMUtawSa. Police t E, Fair Creditor. f WIUs paf dividend to creditor of Kd l ward Fair on the auth of hep., ibet, at mj ottee lo laton Owtig to ihe creditor m paii not yet bsvtujt tiled their clams, and tha proeuect whira I ave or sluing some ol tbe real property, in th neaa tine, I eaunot state th amount of the divi dend. Js. eV WALK KH, jitIMUW AMifDff lo ihe creditor of E II. OfctMirsil I WILL paf g dividend to ihe oreditora of K H. Oshorn on the soth daj f Aug ut, laM, at su olHoeln thecltv of Peyton. Owing to the fact that the aredltor have not near V preeeated thair ciaiaa, I oaanol say w at the vUvliodwm be. M. B. WALK BP, js'je)titaww AuiKne. BLACK. iiOU LKS, M MICELKE. RKMLKT A MAXTOH'S. J LUNCH every day. si Ins Metre. -a," H IS e'.iM. . ,u J a f f TF. Til 6 tts ivtAiw iTiirtT, BBTtfilLS MARKET AND FOURTH: W. B. ROD11XSON, (scotaaaos to scsruao aoamsoa,) TS NOW RECEIVING AT THIS WELL, a kaown .tanrl Ma roURTH pnnnaa tor this aeaaon.rrota New Vork,Fhl adelphla, Haitiooreanil C incinnati, a reneral sa.hrtaieat vl ole uauailr kept In a flral-oiaee ru Store. Anions the eeeortoient mav be rrMinit nnlna. t m bia-errenen Kxtiaets rnr the la.il.a,K. lui 111 mas me Kultk," Suln's Frxnlaiia, Ultwn'., Htiile'a Hartieon'a, Wriaht'a, B im'e aa oiler Perfumeryj Fanry soa of every at) ie aao qua ty, aunh a. tfafta'a, fileon'e, Hauie'-i Honey, bljoerlne, Trans ipana and ainuhorated Soapai pnncll.e, re live ail Cattle old hrowi Wlndeof soau, a, e. Liguous. A full line of pure Liquor., hy th bottle or pint, for medicinal anil merh nlraj purpoaea, lurncr'a ftlnee VI ln, and Siaoktoerry Braaoii supsrius I -tawba Wis. BURNING FLUID. Catra quality) sultahl for Patent sad Cosmos Lam pa. oilh, paints, and varnish, Of every possible kIMl. rot rard quality. KRl'IT JAKtt, In f reat varlrty, housht dlreeth iroie the Menurae turera, -oreaah, and can and Kill, Iheiefoie, I aold aa oheau aa any hi.uar in thla elty. HtElttl a VKX HOLLAND HITTERS, ror whteh I am sole agent lor thla elty and eouatr. Dealers supplied at the nanuraotureXa.rlccs. I'ATKNT MKDICINKn, Of every kind Bow In uae. IIAIHtHljS AND POMADE-?. Of s thousand different varieties. WHALK OIL MMP, For th - oertala destruetloa of Insects oa Meats sad F-owere. L'oetar'i Rat Exterminator, Lyon' Mai- netio Insert I ondet; Red Hug Exterminator, aaurethlnf. IIKUNIIES. in,, c.nwt, Window, Paint, larnl.h, A mat a ., ave . without numher. VVHITK I.KAI) AND LINSEED OIL, Of the very beat qua'ltt, always on hand; Glass aaa Putty, Fluid Lampa aud Laoipwlok. TUILKT UOOLS, In endtea. variety, and of beat quality. A laree lot of Varniah housht recently at forced sale In New Vora. which I ean Mil to dealer at ieaa than C'lsv elnnatl pricea. ALSO, Roblnaon'a Hair Tonic, 10 on Courli future, Di arrhea Cordial, Hnrae Llidment, hor-e Powder, .,o., guaranteed to five entire satisfaction Hlosr.'s Condition fowder, Houghton's Peprin. Phyaielana'preaerlptlonaaarerullyand accurately " 1 iww, .11, nirrwaan. enoe, errtin. (Just ahall he uaeit. i-vuuuvu, i-i inn vr.t eieuiciuea none OI U .f To turn Tomy friends anil the public eenetally I would r- y moa? greteiiu Thanka lor the lilatral patron- aee extended to the late tlrn, of H. A n., and wouid kindly aolielt Ita contlnuaoce, aa alio na examina tion of my atock hy thoae who have not hereto fore patronlred the nnuae. I am permanently Unrated here, and expect to atax frleoili and cuatoniera by tBlr dealmx. Children sent to mi store for an)thin will be waited up n and the aanie price charted aa If their parenta came themselves. JUKI' RECEIVED, A I nte aaaortment or Fruit Jnrs of thelarest at) lea, and arallna Waa. 1(1 RDM AND CA0F.M. Bird Reed, and, In ahnrt, ever-, thins; belonrlnr stnotly to my buaineaa. J)ls W. S. KOBI.ON. Hot Weather. rilO0M:l'.tKl'HI.EHA1OKH A It D It K ( IILkTM 8IM8' ABCTIO EitFBIQEBATOES I At A. W. RICH CO.'S, Huston Building. ROOUET WATER f(H),.HW, PLAIN WATER COOLERS, Both Zinc and Porcelain, with am' without FlJIsrs. ' At A. W. RICE a CO.'S, Huaton Building. Manor's Five Minute Cream TreiSers, At A. W. RICE A CO 'It, Huaton bu.ldtug. I'luntte lliiili uba, lllpund spunB llidli Tnha. At A. W. Kit k. CO. H. Huaton Buildina. Toilet ett, Plain ant Fancy. a. j. v-. nil. a. a uu.-a, Huaton sull'llng. Ludlow's Self-scaling Cans and .Ihrs. Hequlrlng no wax, soldering or cement. They seal e. ally and opea eaaily. Kteryone warranud i.er fcstly tight. Alao Screw Top Cam, Wax Laua.and all klO'la ol ( ana, At A. V. HICK A CO.'S, Huiiton Building. OLD DOMINION COI- Fr E POTS, and COFFEE ROASTERS, At A. W. BK.K CO 'S, Huloa Building. A general aaaortmrut of Tin, Japan Pre-aed Ware, At A. V, me t: a CO. s, Huaton Building. Wkltewaah Hruahea. Shoe Rrnahea. Hei lib nru.hM. tViab Hruchca, I Mat Hri-.ahc.. Tea lliiatei.. lu-l r.. eel veil trorn tbe t aat, at ' A. W. Hit li t (.11 S, H i.triu Pulidlng Stovea and Houae Farn shlng Ooods. In gecernl. A. W. RICE A CO X , Hti.toa DtliUllug. At Jut HOOKS The tollou ialng Hat of NEW Buoks.Juat ree'd. By HILUHU V M II EATON. (lodey's Lady's Book for Aucuat. Empress Catharine the Keeond. Discovery of the Circulation of the iliood. The Tin Trumpet. Lady's Mnnuui of Fancy Work. Hints to Horse-Keepers. ALSO, A New Series of School Georraphy, READr RS, HPfcLLEILS AC Theological and MtaceUaneoua Books. A LIBRBAL blsroCN'T Made to CLraavsivs and Trarnraa. Jyltl S-J THIRI, fiTu. . v One door Weatof ti e Town clo'. Every Diseased " Man and Woman READ THE FOLLOW I IN G! DR. UIj.M1JEI.L1N VyOULL) aay to the diaeaaad of body f r"' . ff mind, tkai hie atay In Dayton la limited, sn.l. hence tk neeeatil) of m.alns lumediaie applica-. ol tour aiaiaule.. ; neaouclta I where t sak. doea he realty eureauch caaea.orare hia atale- ' aaeals lalael Haa he cured any auch Sawa la Day ton or are hla cure all oa paper and alaro I In ' reply, he would aay, he aaa cured, anf la eurtnz every day, ju.t auch caaea. lie haa reatoir.l io t health perauna In tt.yton, who havebren auflini,. from varloua Ulaauea, ov, lea snd ansa vanisV - ' andupoarua, In a lew daya. He haa cira. and la cuilDRactaas of die aaee, thet h.ve bmtbmti theskiil "wtw-i iiureaiun in au axvsol in t-r.u The Nteiler miKht here inqulre.h what m. -r-.-sch thedelw.' laoruv ol vital ritn, ty tiriikj mit v ,0,t, but ly direct apt Uo'loa ol the wei'- f'f1" polarlliee of rUeirail. , ANHin. V ""hi he haa uot eitetritui b eavJ: eoa,-(4f si a reaeuiai as ni fur eare, I oih iu u rvv ud the tailed MiftfM, with inuiOerent su 011" And, arc not nu nit ers now Usjing tt, tn our. ry aiidst, wth nobetier result 1hi Is ah erv Miet aud wnu we eon sitter ta Igaoraue and wcale.sneee dlsplajed in its application th nsuit jfm.t been More lavurabie U aa could have teen loipaied. It haa been eousiucr d as bvi-enetai In a few seers, only aud uncertain even in thoe. There) haa been no tiaed principle lor applying ihe Axent, and, therefore, no uniform result could hnv teem antioipsateui but owing to tha trieaiii) relsUoa a 1st id f between ietiicit eon health, restaikabia sure have been pvrtoruaU, whioh hat teei itssvh 1 upon ae a lues, hit, rather then th result ot a haed law. The iaurano di played m the adwinia initun of this inighty Agent, is uopr. ooahl Tbe eurrvni U generally applied ti rt ugh thehaada or leet in such power aa to eunvuiae the who ner voua muscular saieu, and frt 4 neatly prvducit g Irreparable injutj , sometime It is appliei by B.aua of metalic couuuetors to ditfeient parts oj ti e 0 uy, wnieh ia equl t a pioccsa ol eauterisailon Oth ers plao 1 heir paUeute ia a nough 1 water, an tv means of th Gat veal batter. ej.trt their vitali ty, and Wben conimuvo lor a J eoaaiueraoie 01 time, the effect upon th avrvuusateo Uuak lai to that prwdueod by ovur-uoeej 4 Auychau f Uulniu. . -- ir cnamberiln haa aee th effnet of nick treat ' aneut for )ear,and the result hae generally irove4 ii juruiu tot paueavta, piolU coauici), that no peraoa ahou daeauiue the rMM &aiuii ol a nay leter.ng Kerul a 1 .ad without tanoeretaaov Ing 1U erieete upon the human orgauuatiua. fevrry tnuigeooecctrO wtih !. C 'a electrical operation la new a ad original with hiMeflf His phlloeuphy Ur th electrical laws 01 Ilia, health att uiaeva-, ia BMW- Hie reliable method, for uiagnosie ol iMa. by eleeutcai eoalraei, la nwt aa, aiao tie latpuriaat discovery in the uae ol he poettlv and negaUvti polarities to the human bodi lor ite sale aau s;redy reiuoval of a 1 dlears A 1 la new, anti uijki.ow.n to meoioal aien, and ail 0 here except th lew who have been iastrueteO b hlaa. by thla luoue oi ap pH Ing eieeirseiijf titer Is no fuea work, no unc-r tniutt.nomaiisarol aoubt a to tne reauit that wUl fellow. , Th dlsaad ar Invite 1 to eali and wltaias th wovierful euree he is Ualiy 1 eaTto nuag . Orfice, No. o Thit alieet. H. . Ih v. stow puipBscsto give) a aeries of leo turea, and eon v area ti una, exp ainiiig th vlxliU4 laws of it, heaUth iBw til a a alau, a lul v...t ttoaaf h a i port I disco ery in th app'Kt.wu S eetriclt y lor the cure ol diacaae. Tbee deei ring to iu t tlaa anoniU ' Mr saeoial aui'llcation al hje t-tftve. j GODKY'd LeJ't Hook, h,r el. ef ?, jit tan -tirt, , Jr. a cite aopatlenla except Iboae given uuevetv- i'vi elae aa incurable lh. i..n.. .,i. ' - 'A- -',t r s- I I