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REMEM3ER WHVT YOU READ.
NEW STOCK I
NK.V PRICES, I
GOOD WORK 1 1 1
AT r .
No. 110, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
THANKFUL for t'i very liberal patronae
heretofore emended tn him, Would again eall
the ittenron or llif iuiMo in tua new and complete
Summer Hoots and Shoes!
Ernnlnylnv none but the best of workman, I km
undent that 1 ciu t up tha
BlSrir FITI'IVU AND IJKST MADE
Roots nnd Shoes In tha oily, anil I will guarante
satl. taction id nil oases.
dr uiv ma a Trial I j f
M W WILoOW,
IM t iln street, J doors ninth of th Market.
N. W. V il.n keeps it superior article of FRRNCH
ML AC KINIJ Jf so.
A FINE ernrn wrni on Market street, very
suitable for Oneery or Hating Home, being
that part ol thereout now occupied by K. A A T. T.
More, that honts on Market street, niay be either
A ten. a Inrire room on the aer-nnrt floor, SSatO feet,
niil'nh e for mi ottoe f'ntiance on Thlnt street.
inquire or A. 1. T. M- re, or
, CHAN, K. CI.ARKC,
JyH Real r atnte Agent, Id St.
TWO HANDSOME and highly improved
farms, 1 Imic aoout 4 mll-s north of the city, It
no e. eh. cll'k HUU'i- Hl V will be takes In
part nient. AU O,
mn aorea In Hano ok County, not far from the
count et, and tluee lonrtha of a mile from arall
road stAtinn. iimi aori-n Improved, balance excellent
tinvarr. ery tluo land, and will be .old at a bar
li'ii acres one mite nnnh went of Union City, well
lrnprocl a crr"k running t.irnuirh the centre,
never failing wnltr, large nam, good bearing or
chard, spring., Ae.
A I SO,
94 acircs In PrK county, part (rood timber; good
land, a No I burn, pun'e'l, gnot houne, ll,(kM)
down, balance on lung time.
A numVr of other farms vnrlnuslv located ard all
ver, rlipap, toircthrr with a laige nmoui.t of rleslra
bleo t) piotri) of cv t) dcecriptlon.
J) I l H AN. K. t LARKB, Id St.
J HAVE now on band nn extensive lot of
FINE O00DS FOB SUMMER WEAK,
which 1 propone to nell at
j?lUUi.S GREATLY REDUCED
lor the next two montha FOR THK CASH,
Tho e wnotlnir clothing rend? made, or made to
OMcr, will mid It greatly to tliclr a.lvantrixe toea'l.
Remember the il:-e ch'enp store, South'Wtet
corner Third and Jctleiar.n aln
. , ,' T. M. I.KW1K.
P. H 1 have alao a second hand lire pi-ouf Hale for
nle very cheap. Jyl'."'md
Stoves and liollow-Ware,
liny ton, Fonntlcrfj.
NEFF, BENNET &. CO., Pron?(ors.
Store-rooms tlf O Third M.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
Cook aud Heating Stoves,
AI.WAVn ON II INI).
WE AUK MANUFACTURING THE
V following Cook Ktovue, and are prepared-to till
"DAYTONIAN ' Allt-TItlHT,
KINO UP eTOVfcS," Klevated Oven.
Tin Plato Stove, Six nnd Seven Plate Heat
ing Htoven, Parlor Stoves, &o , io.
CAST TEA KETTLES,
A VERT STJPlCftlOR ARTIOLB.
Our BANC-tTP A IR-TICHT COOK 8TOVK hni
no iUM.'ri'.r It cnntlniH in le Rrent lnvorlte
We euulii fill vulmur with trBtlnioulnU, U it were
Wi r Ageitti for the A'e of the
Thla H inee haa been irotten il" within a few moutha
pant, and Inva many aitvaumaea over the old Rangea.
Do you waul a aupuiior HaitMel Cail and anamliia
870 Third atreet, Dayton, Ohio.
jy7-mdCmw NKt K, lltNNKT 4 CO.
Tools 4V mllacliincrv
FOR 8A1 K AT
0a Monday, August I nt, 185l.
BY virtue nf a clititiel mnrfffiitre, and ft
rower to icll, mna t the undenticaetl by Kufui
Dtitou, they will olfer at piiiiha nuotlon, on
At 9 o'o ck, A- M , tn Atitl nttout the Mnnutnctory of
Axrlcu.turtl luiiU;nu'ittii ol K. lutton, in ln ton,
Ohio, tti iu.U.winif tli-acriho MauulAut urert' Tools,
luilieii.onti mU ;MAcliliu'ry--Kll lit Itiio order, vti:
One i -rtfo ntle. mie (mlr ol eti e, od plnlnfr,
one l)tow r one inttic, (J. rlniu, innkcr) one lolt
cmtHr ami flmiiKi. oie tli U'et riiKino Irithe. one
punch, one p nun r (ihjkm-iI Co., n.Atttsra,) oi-e 14
tea e titi1 iml e, one ivvt iihe, two 4' engiiu
lathe, out- I' It ct iiltilitcr, two upriKht drill, one
tni-h nn t ii tit- 'i iitrti ciiu'k, one k y trat cutb-r.
iiih puwrr drtll, one Ufi t'uglu ItUhu, one ecrew
ijttinH iimuli.tif, mio hftu.i ,e,ih, nnd one lathe.
(Sfjieia ana, nxtkoit) one 1 tfft nuriue lathe,
one H u-ct enKlne 1-i. he, one i4 Inch Wounwotth
'ptttiir, one ti inch hand laihe, one It) hah aerol!
cuuilt ptiti ol Uo inch mwI lni he, overhead pul
les, mtLlinic mu.1 U'lta, onu STATION AHV KN
Gl, 19 Inch bnre, 'i' j tout atiuke, ol the lateat
Improvement) one lb lnuli Bcrew ehuuk and two bolt
Tlicuc toola and machinery are lunatly uevr and
notv m operation.
T-.- ain o HLK All piirohaaert under fifty
d.Ua will he requlrcvi to pay omh those attova
liity will to reipMii o i" Ki e uoio ai mi uaya iron
date of aaUf wi h good iteiMjnal aecurlty,
. HAHMii A BROWN,
Jyl3.lw1t TnUiUAS UKOWN.
Themllowlnlng Hat of NKW BUOKHJuat reo'd.
Ity WII.LAICI A WIIUATON.
Codny' l.aily'e Rook for August.
K npresa t'utliurine the Scriond.
Disoavcr; of the (lirutilation of the Blood.
The Tin Trumpet.
Uady e Mnntiki of Fancy Work.
Units to lloruo-Keppern.
A New Scries of School Geography,
JiKADrlH, Sl'KLI-Ktt.J, AC.
Theological and Miacellaueoua Book.
a i.iiikkai. nisrorNT
Made to C'l.kinuvMKN and TCAtMERt.
SVII Til IIMI NIHKKT,
Jy It) One door Wentol toe Town Clooa.
Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati
REDUCTION OF FARE TO OHIO WHITE
OV and ftftnr Sttttiniar, July 16th, the rata
from Iln) ton to Ohio White Milj.hur Springs nnd
return. HI be "
jvU-UJw JOHN II. HUDSON, iup't.
llilHKiii tun W tllt,
lilitur M Imp,
I'lcut li IV I IIP,
4 iiiiiu Imi nnd
MbDOCi ItOIUiEAt'X I I.AKET WINKH,
Of the Bueatquality and at tha loweat prieei
WEOhtlaAliB AMD RETAIL,
FIXE CIQAI'H, SWISS CHEESE,
LlMUtK'jKlt aod KUtU lZElt KASSK.
CAPT. L. MARKORAF,
No. 176 3d atraot, weat of Poet Offio.
J1 (Jouinal and Onsetta copy.)
Ho, Ye Anglers.
CALL nj K. Gel hart and gel nice Bah
tax pole. I hare got aiee eae, ad ae aalnUka.
m i m
HAVTON OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1359,
1 11 L DAILY LMiaitlia
Offioai oe nuauto.TloNi
Inpirt laiidug, Third it South iialc bft Biii t Jefmoi
By Mnltaa.OOpne reartnadvanee.
Id fltutn ppr Wenk . pajnhla to tho oarefne.
lagla ooplaa.putap la waappera, oeanta.
Tha Cincinnati Type Foundry Company I
our duly autlioriaed Afrent to make comrade
and receipt for Adveniaementii aubacriptione,
etc., in tnai eitv.
To BumaaaaMta-. The Empire Job Rnoma
ercio complete trim, end we ere now prepared
to do work of ell description! In the Mat atyle
ounaari. uau in aua examine our wori end
learn our pricee.
ILTlo ADTiaTiniaa Advertlnamentn or
Nnttceafor the Kmptre muat he henda) Into
the office by lea; e'tiecjk on the dajr they ere de-
nired to tie purillaneanel later, ni cannot
atfree toinaert them after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
inaerted in the Weekly Empire ehonld hand
them in by Saturday morning, at the latent
l3Our advertieinc patron will peroeive
that, by our arrangement ol reading matter,
tlielr adverttaementa will be alwaye nw a
very important mattertotbem.
CTSee4th page for Telegraph Report,.
Trnrixrx Mimxo. There will be a meet
ing uf the membereof the Dayton Total Abatis
nence Society at the Third Street Prenby terinn
Church, oa cext Tburaday evening, at 8 o'clock.
The Society will be addreeeed by Iter. Thorn
aa E. Thome,, D. D. The frirnda of the cauae
and the citixena are -
GEO. M. YOUNG, Pres't.
GEO. M. YOUNG, Pres't. MAXWELL P. GADDIS. Sec'y.
Attintiok Liout Gt AkD You are hereby
nnti&ed to attend a apecial meeting to be held
at the Armory on Wednesday eveniug, for the
tranaaction of buaiueae, of great Importance.
JOHN A. DICKEY, 1st Sergt.
CoEPoDxxce. A large ahare of our apace
ia taken op with correapondcucu, which, aa it ia
reall) intTeating, will, we ere aure, be aa accep
table to our reader aa anything we could t.ffr
Oj-The communication of "Dayton," in
anawer to "Oregon," waa received too late for
insertion in yesterday'. Empire. We will not
'take aidea" in theae enuiue diiputea, but we
will aay that no good can poaaibly grow out
Aat OaoAM GaixDia Nuiuxcu ? Last even
ng, a horae which waa attached to a cart con.
taining a email boy, waa walking along Warren
al.,leieure)y, in spile of the "urging" offered by
email boy, but when he got on the canal bridge,
the critter aet up hla eara, and without any ap
parent reason, alerted off on a pretty fast run,
and kept running until he came in front of
Kemp e corner of Main and Franklin, where a
crowd of laiy men, alatlara women and ragged
children were gathered to listen to the music
(!) of an organ and witneaa the grimmacee and
inaecanclee of a mangy monkey, when the boa.
onme to to sudden a halt that the boy waa ahot
out over tliedaahl Who will eay, after thie,
that organ grindare are nuieancea I
' Ex eoIii Is Oaatr. The Butcher,' Aaao
cialion mounted, and in full force, paraded in
haudsotne atyle through our priucipa! atreet,
thia foianooo, en route for their camp on Phil.
lips Hill. Their banner had none of the new
fangled flippantry upon it so common in "these
latter day ;" but a portrait of Washington,
encircled by "E Pluribua Unum," and draped
by a motto appropriate to their profeeeion, com-
priaed their "color." Their uuiform wlii-e
coat,, red eaeh, apron and dark pant, with
block hate and heavy boole, made a nice din.
play, loose who get out the "choice cute,"
and deal in the appetisiug link in the ehed
which obstruct Market street, have the credit
of geltiug up splendid entertaiment on the Hill.
We intend gating in after the death.
Ox tbi Lith,. A gentleman, aeojournerin
our beautiful city, remarked the other day that
be eaw more lame people more cripplea of
every atyle in Daylun, according toils popu
lation, than any place he had eei visited A wag
who atood by, and who haa a ready -made auewer
to any question, and reason for everything, re
plied ttaat it waa "easily accounted for -we have a
very level country hereabouul" Duublloaa he
ie right; our level atreet are the principal at
tractions to eripplee here.
ST The Gaxett aay officer W. M. Clark
yeaterday morning aurted to Cincinnati with
the watch thief, Williarae, alias Pbeny, and
aye tha watch Ie valued by He owuer, at
and that there ia no reward offered for watch
or thief. The Aral item is correct, webeliove;
but two Cincinnati paper Hated yesterday that
the watch and chain were worth ,175, aud the
tnquirer etaied that a reward of tiiiO had been
offered for watch and thief a autement we at
BusuLAar. The houae of Widow Ewiog,
near Union In thin county, waa entered on
Tburaday or Friday laat. A bureau drawer
waa unlocked and ecsctSOO, in money beside
ten or twelve hundred dollar in note and due
bill taken. Part of the money conaiated in old
Spanish quarter. The burglar roust have
been well acquainted, aa the drawer which eon
tained the money was the only on disturbed.
EJ'Thie muat be classed among tha nealont
toast of it class which ha recently been ven
tilated, It waa given at the late celebration in
Ellington, Conn., aa the thirteenth regular
toast 1 "Woman the lover of union and the
friend of annexation. Like our country, her
manifest deatioy ie to apread her skirta." It
,, we or assured, responded to by nine
cheer and a whoop.
CTJohu A. Light, of L banou County
Penn., not yet twenty-one year of age, made
a beautiful balloon aseeniion from Chamber-
burg, on the 16ih inat. He landed at Leitera
burg, Waahiugloo County, Md , distant twen
ty mile from Chamberaburg. He aacended to
the height of three mile.
IT There wa a breakdown of a dray at the
corner of Jrffereoa and Third laat evening, aid
judving by the crowd it attracted, greatdamaiza
wo done to "limb and proptrty ; but when
w apeak of actual fact, the matter ia diveeled
of every thing which would give attraction to a
LTHaving Irod upou tha apraadiog toe of
Mr. THANE Miller, we were aotantooiaed that
the snliulst In the Commercial office) should cry
out with pain I We have succeeded better then
we expected by a random abot in that direction,
fur we nave maa a pair or em nutter, wnto
we almost a-pirea ol reacntcg ml It would
be wiBtea eruWty h pursue the game further.
The Concert To-night.
Tha announcement fur the Concert at
HuMon Hall tli in evening baa bsen, we are
pleased to note, hailed with delirht by all
our oitiinni who can nppreoiate personal
worth and talent qf tha highest order. The
eleotion of piece, and all tin arrangement
ol the ainger, and the musio, oorabine to
promise to those who go a very rare and rioh
treat indeed. VV truat that a numerou
and appreciative audience'will be in attend'
anne, and thii especially for the aka of Mr.
VariaDtlame herself, the lady to whom, we
are indebted for the promised entertainment
Let us feel something more than ordinary
intercet and pride in rewarding, by tho full.
eat encouragement, ono who ha had tha pa
tient ambition to pass long year of study at
home and abroad in cultivating in their high
eat perfection of barmonioua expression, by
all the aid of art, uoli rich and rare gift of
melody and aong a Nature hue vouchsafed
to but a favored few. Thi fair and acooa.
plished cantatrice haa brought all the stores
of aong w hi. h sire ha gathered in the beat
schools, and under the moat distinguished
matter of Europe in Florence, Knpln and
l ane to oner tliem Brat on this lid of the
ocean to a Dayton audienot. Let ua return
handsomely compliment for oompiiment
The weathtr promise to be pleasant this
evening; but to avoid tha least nnnoyance,
and tn make tha oocasion one of the most
complete enjoyment, let all who enn secure
tickets prior to g'dng to the Hall, thoroby
avoiding unpleasant detention at tho ticket
office. oe advertisement fur places where
tickets may be had.
PiThe editor of tin JCenia New will
not, we hope, believe us oopalile of neglect
ing him. Wo laid his paper of last week
carefully away for inspection nnd attention
at our earliest leisure ; but in our absence
from the sanotum for a few minutes, some
Ienther-head plucked it from its hiding place
nnd bore it away. The New.s man may in
fer from this in what request bin spicy sheot
is held in this meridian.
II y the way, in the hasty glance we took
at the News we saw something about carpets
and other dry goods being bought cheaper-
in Aetna than in Dayton t Can that be
Again tho News counsels some young
sdy bow to keep a secret. One plan was to
toll it to nobody ; and the other was to have
it inserted in the editorial columns of the
Xcniit Torchlight I This latter is, we think,
the most delicate offensiveness we ever read.
Ily-the-by, bis republican cotemporary
ems a regular oyster.
The "memory of man runneth not back'
to another inkling of ye News. . -
U" The Springfield News informs us that a
picnic of the eitixens of 8pringfiald is "in ex
pectancy ;" and that the project only await "a
laying of the dust." A correspondent eprings
the suggestion "suppose the picnic be held in
Madriver bottoms, south of Springfield, aud
that the eitixens of Day tou and Xedia be invi
ted to join us?" to winch tb"NW, which
alwayaapeaks "by authority ."replies -"certain-ly;"
which being interpreted, i "Juat ao,
Judge." We like thia project of our Spring-
B Id neighbora, and we eocept, for a goodly
number of our cilizens, the invitation which
haa been extended "on conditions." We pa
tirnily await the "laying of the dual," and the
announcement of time and place. Would
Knlenley'a Station be too far aouth for the
point of meeting! It ia good fishing in that
neighborhood a vervimponaut point to ua,
The N. T. Tim. We call the attention of
our readers to the Prospectus of tha N. T,
Times daily, Demi-weekly, and weekly. The
Time I a high toned journal, and i one of
the most reliable nncspapere in the country.
Ita eorrepondnce, both domestio and foreign,
is not equalled by any other paper in the
union. Its leading editor la now in Italy, and
It Correapondeute are etationed at every point
of nolo in the old world.
(T7"Tue New York Post save the rogue' gl
lory ia much frequented br ladies, and two
reepectabl female hire juat married men
whose portraits an exhibited one as a noted
burglar, aud the other as a pick pocket.
IT Mr. Wendelin Wolf, manufacturer and
dealer in Hats, Caps, Odd Fellow,', Mason, '
and other regaliaa, may be found at the old
aland of D. Heius, Jefferson at., between 3d
and 3d. He offer very great attraction to th
public. Call and aee him.
IT We are ealisfied to atate that th Rev.
Mr. Ellsworth, who was aevarely Injured bv fab
ling from the car at Springfield, laat week, I,
lowly recovering, Hi wounds re of very
painful, though we are happy to be ensured, not
of a dangerous nature.
UTOur farmer frienda may be reminded that
wool growers' convention ia to be held is
Cleveland nn the 85th of August. Tha Plain
Dealer aaya that a large and convenient hall
has been procured for the use of the Conven
IT The Butcher and their guests are having
a big time on Phillip' Hill to day so w
The Leavenworth Daily Herald saye
the Kansas Tress, an Opposition paper, is
an out spoken journal Unlike the ltopub
lioan leaden of this city, hi does not bow
the suppliant kneo to the notorious Jim
Lane. In the lost number thi editor says
"The Republicans of Leavenworth, not
satisfied with the odium already attached to
their party, the night belore the lute elee
lion, put forward Jamee II. Lane, whose
handa are yel reeking with the innocent
blood of Jenkins, aa theohimpion of Repub
licanism. We do not wonder that the Ke
publicans ol Leavenworth were defeated.
Our greatest wonder ia, that the party bad
uot been aeieatea everywhere.
A Littli Stbonq Mkat. Id 1854, when
thi Amirioans and Republicans met at (Co
lumbus, and were contracting to bring about
a consolidation of their foroee against the
Demootacy, It. P. Spalding couneeled a set
ting aside of ullraiaoa for thi time being,
and treating the allies a you would treat
bat. tea I net Is, give them simply the mlk
of Abolitionism, and reserve the strong meat
until auoh time aa they should have grown
in strength sumoiently to digest It Spald
ins and hi reserve oo-laborer have ad
judgrd thie a fitting time to strengthen tho
. . . c . i i . r L' i : i
diet of the euihraoe of Free aoilim and
Know-onthingism. Ueoe their proponed
nullification of that proviaion in the Oon
alitutiun of thi United Statea requiring Iba
return of fugitive alavea. If their stoiaaohs
e.n dige.1 thie, a dieb f itronger food will
be plaoed betore Italia next yea. yhill
I eothe Advertise. ,
Tim NtXT Lxoiei AtikRThe St. Clair.
ville (iaiette nays that the Central Junto lias
isniied secret ordera to the different Bounties
urging on their friends to take oare that
none but Chase men ire selected for candi
dates for tho Senate and House, to the end
that if the Legislature be carried by the Re
pnhlioan party, Chase shall bs the Senator.
The objent ia tn cut oil ' .'or win and all the
Republicans who ar regarded as oonssrva
tive on the Slavery Question. Or, in the
words of Spalding, to tnke care that the "Old
Whig Dynaaly" shall not he revived. Thi
Junto are setting their traps with great" care.
They say they managed to carry tin State
Convention very easy, and that they oan ab
so get their own men nominated for thelg
A IlsiTinn Stbamkr Lot in thrKe'j Ska.
The llritish mail stnau.Sr Alma, which
left Aden, Juno 11, with some three hun
area and twenty people oa board, wo
wrecked at three o'clock the following morn
ing upon a dangerous rcof in the Red Sea
Although all the paaeenror escaped to land,
it was not without some difficulty, for the
reef was oovered, for some distanoi from thi
landing place, with coral ad sharp pointed
hells that cut the feet at every step, and
caused such agony that suiii ladies attempt'
ed to crawl upon their knees, and were) frei
quontly compelled, when the feet happened
to be plaocd upon a shell abarper and longer
than usual, to full upon their hands, the re
sult being that the hands ana foot of nearly
all were out and bleeding before the com'
paratively smooth and high part of the rock
On rcaohing the land, several of the offi
cers sailed in a small boat to Mocha, on tin
Arabian coast, thirty Ave mile distant, when
tho British war steamer Cyclops was at an
chor. She immediately hastened to the te
ller of tho wrecked passengers, and took
thorn from the rcof, after they had been there
over tbreo days. The crew, chiefly Lascars
had deserted tho vessel nn the first appear:
anco of danger, and the escape nf all the
passenger was very remnrkabl.
If' We have reoeived tha initial number
of a new paper, just commi-nccd in Kansas
City, Mo., by N. T. Doane, entitled thi "Free
Stuto Republican.". It is to be devoted to
the frcoistate movement in Missouri. The
editor senmi sanguine of revolntioniting thi
western part of the State in a short time ;
and believe that if the St. Louis Democrat
will only "go in'' and hold the eastern aid
level, there will be littlo difficulty in lending
slavery "a kitin .'' The issue of the first
number seems to have exhausted Mr. Doane,
and he informs the public that ha will take
a breathing spell of three or four weeks
We would wish Mr. Doane "all thi luck in
the world" did we not fear that bi mission
will bo mors mischievous than beneficial
IS. The mysterious disease popularly
known in portion! of Central Ohio "nii)k
sickness," or thi "trembles," is prevailing
to an alarming extent in a portion of Ma
rion county. A tenant of Mr. Win. Fisher,
named Oilson, was first attacked, and died.
Mr. F, was the next victim, and then bis
ife and two adopted children were taken.
The five cases terminated fatally, though
the Republican says tha best medical skill
of the oounty waa exerted in behalf of thie
unfortunate family. The systems of the
victims had beoome so thoroughly infused
with the deadly poison that the remedies
employed had no effect whatever.
Prkuiumsom Wiikat. The C'hioago Board
of Trade have resolved that they will pay,
at the Fair of the United States Agricul
tural Society, to be held in that city next
September, $2 per bushel for the best 100
bushels of spring whei.1; f 2 11 j per bushel
for the best 100 bushels of red winter
wheat, and 2,50 per buehel for the best
100 bushels of white winter wheat. The
object of the Hoard, in purchasing the
wheat, is to distribute it for seed during
tho ensuing full and next spring.
MTThi Louisville Courier states that
Colonel Humphrey Morahall be declared
that if he was in Congress, with parties om
ganixed at present, be would vote for thi
Democratic candidate for Speaker, and that
if the next election of President were thrown
into the House, and he was a member of
it, he would vote for the Deinocratio cam
T. C. Ii. It. The Cincinnati Commercial
of Monday makea the following notice of
the T. C. R. It , which is clever enough
The Twin Creek iiailrood. a short fnro-
jeuted) branch of the Cm., Ham. A- I ev ton.
ia being revived under the management of
Mr. tloUder. tin lower bridge will be nn
iahed next week, having been oovered, paint
ed and routed. Jt ie now one of the moat
substantial alruoturea in the oounty. Thi
upper bridge will alao be finished yet thia
fall, and there is a pottibilily that the iron
may be obtained so as to open the road for
tue mil iratie.
Enrroa Entnai: I ere in the Journal of jet
teroay morning, a communication aigned "Or.
cgon," which from th many glaring errors it
cootaina, deaervea at leaal a passing notice.
"Oregon" saye that the Indepoudenle, did
not throw within ait feet of the top of the
wood work oil the church ateeple, while the
Oregoua threw water over the upper ball,
which is it3 feet from the aid walk, and some
20 fit higher than the highest spray of the
1 must confea I was very aiuch surprised to
find llis stiov statement here, w here the facta
re so Well known. I uudereiaud that Mr.
denjaman aaid (and ha ia quoted a authority
by Oregon) that the Independent' stream went
within two fret of the top of Ike wood work.
and the apray went over both balls, which 1
suppose I, aubatantielly correct atatement of
the first throw made by the Independents; the
aeeond and third Ibrowa I here waa no observe.
lion taken from the point designated by "Ore
gon." But if neernea y there could be fifty dia
iulerealad person a produced, who are ready
and willing to sfflrm that the Independents
stream went clear over the spire.
It is avaerud by diaintcraaurd nereooe who
claim to be curopeteut judgea of the power of
fir fcngiuo, lhat the Independents' Machine
would still do better, if a perpendicular object
oould be found high enough within the eorpo
rate limits of the City, by which her capaci
ty for throwing waUr could be measured.
It will be newe to the Oregba Ootnpio
ben they Iraia lhat on th oecaaioa referred
to they drafted water at tha ranal and played
through 450 feet of tins. It ia well itnowe
they played throngh 100 feet of hose, and were
supplied by the Deluge, and had over 100 roea
at their brake aid pulleys. While thi Inrie
pendent! played through 500 feet of hose with
5t tnen on the brake. Further comparison er
Thi Riobmond, Va, Morning News,
notioing tin laat that one or two of the to
baoo cmaiufeoturers of that city have adopt
ed thi plan nf employing white labor, re
The labor In th factories is not of thit
hardy character for whioh th negro ia so
peculiarly adapted; for we find that negroe
work is more profitabli to th owner, and
baiter suited to the constitution of the ne
gro, when placed in the field, if the iyi
ten of working white bonds to a itreatcr ex
tent oould be introduced into onr tobacco
faotories. it would open a frnitful field ftsr
ma employment of hundred! of white per
sons, who won Id be willing to engage in it
now but lor the large number of negroes
employed by manufacturer,
Grrand Concert !
TUESDAY EVENING, JILT 2tth,
Mrs. Charlotte Varian James ! !
The celebrated American Prima Donna; anstnK'd by
W. H. COOKE,
of Nrw-Yorl.Ue well too a American Tenor, and
Profr. Kolfe and Penrnon,
PAHT FIX ST,
rVcna for the Violin, front Le Hong ftlnioa,
UK. PKAHNOn AND PAUOHTRR.
Aria from Lombardl, Verdi t
MHH. VARIAN JAMKri.
tana; t "'se Into tha fiarden, Mand I" rlalfe s
Uura.1 1 Prom Traviata :
MKH. VAatlAN JAMKR snd MK. COOK.
Fong: "Walie.Deareat, Wake t" Fred Milter :
MRS. VAHIAN, JAMKH.
Duett ; "Oh, Hweellv Hlgha the Krruln, Rreere,'
NHS. VARTAIf JAMKS and MR. COOKK, '
" Solo. Violin, IV Berriot.
MK PEARSON and DAUGHTER.
Holo: Hplrto Genlll, Donliolll:
Duett i Prom Jfaanadlert, Verdi:
MRS. VAKIAN JAMKri, and MR. COORK.
Caratlna da La Traviata:
MRS. VARIAN JAMKH,
The doors will be open at half pant seven, and the
Concert will eomwciioe at a ouaritr aftrr tiukt o'
TICKETS OJVE OOLJUlIt!
To be obtained at the Nualefflorea of Messrs. Nrehaer,
Klla, and ttroahy; and at the book stores of Menar,.
Pnvne and Wlllard eV Wheeton.
5HHDS Choice N. O Sugar,
barrela Levsrtog' Crashad nnd Granulated
ftuaar, , ... .. ...
bairn etna mo CoBse.
barrela beat N. O. Molaaaea, and
w dozen Hhaker Broome, received and for aale by
i iiakl.k run i ,
JmlySl East Saeoaul ,t 4 doors from Main.
V U. W. SCUAEFFEIl have assigned
to me ail thele nroawrnr and errMta for the ben.
fit of thair eredltora. Peraooa having olalsna axnlnst
them sre notified to preaent them to the undersigned
properly proven, within three nxonthe from tbla
date. THOMAl SCHAEPKhR, Aannanee.
July IS, tefta. aw
Sfet $tu ik 8ku
A Dally Morning and Evening
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS.
Its eolumna afford n connlfts Ma,... nt thm
World's Uoinga from day to dayt while lie Correa
pondenoe. Henorta. Lite rare CoutrlbutioBa. Critu
olsms, aud Leading Artlolea, repraaeni all topics
likely to engage public attention In the proaiptl-
(uo ana luaueea 01 lie awoounta of the
GREAT ITALIAN WAR,
The New York Tlmea haa thus far sonfesaedly out
stripped all llseotemporark'si a precedence, which
with Its ample tuitorlal and other Correspondence
at tha seat of war, It will unquestionably retail.
Prioi, by Mail, Six Dollar a Yinr.
Flie Semi-Weekly Times,
a laaued on the moralng of every Tuesday and
r'rldny, and eootalna, tn addition to th bulk ef In
dulgence given la iha Dally raper.
A Literary Department,
Rmhraelng Standard Novels end Tales, and Mlaoel
Iniinoua Selectlona of the hlgh'St interest. With
th Issue ol Tuesday, July lath, the laltlal chap
"THE GOOD FIGHT,"
An original and profoundly interesting story of
U.et UQtMjualled Bovellste
Will bs r-pmdued from ewrty tondon Sheets, su4
will be continued through Ik. volume. Back Num
ber, eaa ba aupplled. Taa
Isoomplled from a variety of nop urn., m.ay of than
iaeoaaaioia 10 ua Amf maa reader.
friee Three BeUara a Year, Twi Cepiss M
ai add rasa, Tiv Dollar; rive Copl. t eae
ddru, U,J4; Tea espies, to ea Aidress,
The Weekly Times,
Appearing every Saturday morula,nmbraoM a eoaa
pi.henslv dlte.1 of th. bawa of th oraoedln:
w.x, with nttrantlv. fcltarary Tiuif
nhl,;hnlllh.rA1, 'n, wun;
B.2ADS S bPLESDID ST0ET,
And other vholoe reading. It will aJss eontla.ue to
iiuawtt i TsittMH iniornaniies. sot UtO
TARMBB AUD OAKDBllBJt,
A Pepar Invent which haa haeoai highly popular.
Prlooi Two Dollar a vaart thee aopto to ome
aodrnwa, t IV. itollnrai Ie. pin lo oa artdmwa,
kiKhl Inoll.r., ten ople to on. nodmn., Tw.lv
I'oilarai Iwaaty oople. so aaddr. sa,Twnty Hol
lar. Aay person n.ndlbg ua a flub of twenty a
more will a aailtwd to aa alr eupy.
Tsams or ausiii laauaa Cash. Invariably ta
Spns:lm.a aumbera forward! upoa appUontloa.
AU lettaea t. b. adtiasssit bs th " New York
Tims," .w ork dry.
re-Th. Time ull4laaT tn altainUd f.nlta tkf
Clt. Hall. rk IWw, iavaaw a4 haaaM ate.
To prevent Injury from Wa runnlfietat Urduiiikf
cfriam aeaieiia or the yT.
rWtlaa f Re (t fmUtnexl hy tfc Tnwe Con net I of
Tae lautrpnraieil Viliaft ol Atiaaiintiurfr, llilo, in at
from ml aft ft trie lat day of Jut,( in each iar, lift
til the flret day of timber, aat at -nch otJirr
parts of the jrrar aa the oounctl a nreaitr ur
oV , no animal of the do ktnrl, being of the aire 01
three month 1 r more, aha I he rinit4l to run at
larpe wlthtn the liruttt of aaltl Inrorporateil village,
nnlH the aarne ehnit be j operly oturxleil, or 01 ti
er wit eecureJ an aa to prevent auh animal from
tin lug any ilamrKr by titling, or unlrsn th rarrr thill
fcetn the Immediate kroallty of the owner or t r
of ench animal. ao4 under hla or her Immediate
control t'rovlfliMl t that ' anitna of the ilof
ktnti that en euAered habltiialU tonn at laiffeiu
the etrewti ihall he muzz ed at all tliues during nee
titnoa thli ordlnant-e ehail he In frn-oe, wbi at
lartx, altheuffh Id the locality nf theownere-aet-tlon
2. It -hull be the dntv of the Mavor for
at leaat twenty daya next prett-dlng the lat d of
'un, to rarn year, nnu tor iwni y nm ur xi irrwtr
tn a: any onlsr of the nald Town Coiinfl- nede to
regulate the rnnninc at large of fald aalmala herrln
inrntloned, at any aenion of the )ear, to Issue hit
pnoi'lamttoB by otltig the flame tip tn at lenet five
rub lie plfffia wivhia the corporate llmite uf Mid
own, notirylnf all peranna ownlna; or harboring
aolmala of thedne; bind, Ut have the eame prifr y
inuirlesj, or otherwise secured agi-veably to the pro
visions of Utla ordinance,
Section S. That all anltoalfl of the dog kin' found
run a tug at large contrary to the provisions of thte
O'dtnanre, and aftar due proclamation b the Me or
ae herein prvvidod, sball be Itab'e to be killed" by
the iMarthal an for whifh the Marshal .hull .
pA a reasonable aonpenaatlort for each animal
killeHl an r mv-Jt and the Mayor la hereby au
thor! jrd to appoint aa Asslidsnt Marshal wha
stetyeesary to carry out theprovietonsef thla ordlo
an r-. B;H,TIN, May. r.
Attpstj ' A. J. KmnrntB, Recorder. JyMdlwR
HAVING formed a on partnership Tor the
transaction of a general Hardware tmslneea,
have purchased of David filents bts entire stock ol
Hardware Aa., and are now prepared to wait ujron
their rrtende end the publlfl at the U aland, No.
3J0 Fifth aireet
A liberal patronage li reaper t fully solicited.
J) W'ALaUKN Si MAHHHALI..
IHAVEtolrl out and trftneferred to Wold(ti
k Marshall snr eniUre Inlrreat ia tha Hardwaea
business. I use tnls orraHlon to return my thanks o
mv friends and the nubile toe their kind nationa
and con title nee. I corulaliy tecommrnd my success
ors, Walden sfarshallas worthy o the same, In nil
respects. JtAViu ni.k.NTZ.
jyw (uaretteplcaspcopy )
ROJ3EHT 00 DEN,
Plamber and Steam Fitter,
Kn. fir, .Irpkrsoh stikrt, arovr Tnntr,
Pumpn, Ilaths, Writer Closets and
Fired and Repmirrd, ana on the $kortr$t notice,
mud moat teatonmble terms.
A HO A large quantity of Lift and Forse Pumpe,
Well and Cistern Pumpa of every daerlptionwhlch
are warranted not to freere tut In wiuter. Biasr
r-oeks of all klnda, such aa Waah-atand, Deer, Wa
ter and ateam Cocks. Together with all kinds of
PlumtterV lira Work.
All kinds of Hatha made nod repaired.
MTHkah paid lor Lead and Tawter.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OfFICB IN CLEOOfl BUILDING,
In the roorus formerly occupied by Vallandighaw
Having left the Clerk Office, I will attend prompt
ly to all busiueaa entrusted to me
jyjD-iwuA jo. w j. r. ihammiiH.
Wholesale and Het all
iHANUFACTUHEII A OEALKH
-1 -r- .,.,.,... .. 1 ' '
"HATS" AND "CAPS P
X0. 45 JBfTEHSO" tTBEET,
West Side, between Second and 7'hird
tr-AII orders wi.l be tbanafullv reoeived and
aromptly attended to. Ieb.yd
STKAYK.I from iha Subaoriher od Kutur
day, July lltk, a SOHHKLL MAHK, rather brown
color, mixed with white hairs; all the feet white up
to the poatvrn Joints; white aimt In tha forehead,
and a white spot on the left hind hip, bow-beukbout
II years old.
A liberal reward will be given for any Information
by which the owner van get her.
JylU-detw la)ton, Ohio.
OX liUXGd sUeinoDB, in prima order, just
v rece ved.
Jyitl 11. A F. B. aifPLL.
5 SACKS African Fee Nuts just arrived
Jysl D. a F. B. SHU LL
(JouroAl and Gasette copy )
I WILL deliver the above 'artiote to any
part of the city, at
11 1-2 Cts. Fer Ba.hd.
Quality warranted auperlor to any Ohio Coal In
Order, left t 1. A. Mlntck's,cor. Jefferson nnd Mnr
k t sis., or at Swavnie Houae,wlll meet w,th prompt
attention. f. M. OOI.B, Ag't.
S. EL THOMAS
W1SIIKS it diatinctly understood that he
Is preparer) at all tlmea to do all Simla of
Carpenter and Job Work.
M v ahoo la oa Bt. Clair itnMt. i daf t aouth ot
Notice to Builders.
SKALKO PropoenU will ba received at tha
offloe of the t lark of the Board of Kducation. at
the toune I I nsmter (wheie plans and mr
tlona oan be seen) until the lat dv tji Auguat next,
fur furulshtug materials and build tue an addition to
the Nortb-aaat lehool House. '1 he work to be done
under the direction of to Building Comitt-, who
rfwrvf the prlvilere of fiirnthing all the joists na
vrwmirj ir ipc ouiiuing, tn aosi Ol rue
detiuoted trots ue oooiret price,
lt.ymenta aa follows: Onhalf the amount to
be paid by the With day of iteamhr neat, the fal
aneeonor before the lalof July. Ineo.
Any further Inforntation ean he bail by railing on
VllsMT Ol VUV CHJUtiAAl A MNf.
DAVID A. WARFHAM,
' t Building
K. LlMiWLV. '
JM (Journal aud (iarette eopy )
ON yesterday, a note tnndai by U. H. Sbep
pnnl, pnynbl. to my order In .tvty days, ate
uaak In Mlddlalvwa. Amount eia on.
Jy fl J. N. IlkNUtHSOl
THE Stockholder io the Taytfln and Writ
ra Turnpike koad are notlned that the board
of tMrM-ra on u. aa any of Jul,, declared . Dltl
dend ol ttlty ao)oeniaon theahar. u.)nrle at the
neet i . oltfee (la the Audttor'e tm at Katonl on
Jh. tiaL sal and Aid of July, and at the banking ol-
i.loe ol V . Winters A son, lu b.vtou,on Wednewlay,
Aug ! M. llUNJ., 'y.
1 trinartr Suryeon
Gradual of the School or V.trln.ry Medicine and
Suiiwrt, aWwtoa, aaMekus.il..
Illsaae of None aelenttfloa ly treated In the
aahw. of owauue or aa hla Inarmarv.
atahw. of owauue or aa hla Inarmary
timoa al air. wna nJ,.u.ir,r'n l lv.ry mania,
Jeeeraoa at . Just tiwtow l aird. Infirmary In lb.
of Mr. Uric, iniie a Uvary Mab e
ay .pon. wmn wmm an aiarn, UouM. la therawr
July H dn warn
ANT, OAIIV, -
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon,
euroa. and uotirlaa in
dnalsro in ina rvrinnDtoJ
Noratae and Carle, aa wall
aa Hogss In kia two v. eara
iwmtitre in lytju, ia la
vurmvbln kuowoto the pub
I la of batytoa and vietat
tv. NaraaiLidlliilli sukliutlt.
a oosBtiaujAue mi thU pa-
it f iX.a atUl lllltailf. SMkA-maa. ttd ax-ad M Plmir
etrau. tMyton, O., wleo km may be lvtAjt4 at nil
.wejT, boa tiay smA akl. jyia
Fruit, Fruit, riuit! "
TD.1T received it fny estnblishmnnt, 2d
" street, I doors went 41 JefTernon, .
10,000 rrmt ltlil
Of Uvernnnl Wsr, deeHedlt the laat enn fur .iil
tln up hull In the world. Il.c.i ,nn. will he sup
plied with nn 1
"Tiles. Is th moat emrndete Invention of fhe hind
Inwwrr, iwd will aKclml evert particle of nlr
lh.ee wa will h- neld Inw.r tbnn goou iiilwi bo
pur- hnncd elnowhere.
rVi aonadc-lrli.t tn put tin fruit wnrMnt'd to keep,
ahnuld rail atenee. J K linvm,
Jrlwd . , 4 Ft., t doors w. ru Jelli-rM-n,
Ho t Woatlic'r.
scgiooi.iv'.uitiiKj cut io m t
AM 14 III 1
SIMS' ABCT1C RJ!FBI0EBAT0T?SI
At A. W. RICK t.'O.'S, H.I. tor, Hullrtlti.
mxn'BT WATKK COOi.FKS,
noth y.lnc and I'orci lain, wllh nnr" wlthotil Fulcra.
At A. W. HI., a fil,'.-, Huston Pull.llng.
Massei'e Tlve Minute Cream Fro. xi rn,
At A. W BICK if , Ho. on Buthlioc;.
'I M sage lili lb 1 II lis,
lllainl siiiiiiik,. itnlli TiiIih.
. At A. . Itlt h t,o.-, liuaion niiili'lns'.
Toilet Bette, Plain an! rncy,
m n. niv r. i.u, nunion iitiii'iinn.
Ludlow's Solf-sciilinu Cntis nnd .lurti. '
acquiring no wax, soldering or rr iiiriit. Tliey i-nal
eanll nnd ooen enallr. hr.r,m. u ., ,
htl, tlKhl. Alan Hue w 'JouLaun. i tnna.iiu.l
All ktlols of Cm, a,
. At A. W. HK.'K A lu.'l, tluntou UnlldU'g.
OLD DOMINION con I K I'uis.
and COI'l'KK HOASTtliS.
At A. W. Rlt'lt A CO 'S, Hilh.n Bnllilh-K
A general aasortment of Tin, Japan Prosed W are,
At A. W. HICK CII.'S, Hlilti.n llulliling,
Whltcwnnh nninhra. Shoe Ilruflhes, clu'. Rrrt.l:c,
Oomb Bruahea, I unt Urulhr-s. Tea liuatein. iunt ic-
oelved from the pn.t, nt
A. W. KICK CO.'S, Hualon Sulldliur
fettovea and Uouee Fum shing Goods,
At A W. HICE A CITS.
J.'l ' Huston Hulld'hc,.
190 MAIN KTKI.ET,
BKTWEE.S' MAliKET AMI lOLUTII.
" W. S. ROBINSON,
(am-uasou to im it ii a nn a Roi.iNr.oir,)
1" Ill I I V'l f I I I I 111 ii & 1' l
known it and his FOVRTH tinrrbima fnr thit
I . i UV IVlnS'L' ItriXl I" "I U ll'LTI I
eaaon,from Navr .ork.l'hi ad Iphla, JiHltiiuore and
Lincinnati. a general anortnii-nt ot gondii uBtmlty
kept la a flrwt-claes lmg Ntnrc.
Among the ananrtmi'iii may le fouml genuine I. it -bin's
Freln lutrnt'ta lor the I mlii . K. Inn. in
"Kiss Me Hull a," 14in'a Frniiglnnn, tilfini'-,
nuiip'a nnrnsotrs, right's, n i im nn oti n
Per I inner y i Knory Soaps of e ery St y le ami una it),
iicn osniu s., isicnn a, mrii is? h: iiouey, i.ic'ruu-,
Franglpaoa and I amnhorated So .mi: fonctne. 1- rn-
ilveand (.'en nine oil itriwn Winuaor .vjnp, .U'., ftr.
A full line of nure l.ttiunri. hv Iha bottl or nlnt.
for medicinal and mechniral puipoit n. iiiiiir
fllttgo; vtne, and Blnrkberrr litrtndvi aniieuort-
Ih'I.M NO Vl.VW.
Kitten qualltv. suitable Irr 1'atent hih! CoLimon
l)IL( I A I Vrrv AND VAKM.M,
Of every poealbte kind, cob r nnd quality.
r 1U1 1 l A KtS,
in gre.nt varlr ty. hnuaht dlrrrtu lioin (he MHnufai -
tli i era, 'otcah, and mm md will, thnrfoie, lc stdd
cheap aa any liouar In this cl .
litKIUiAVK'rt IIUI LAND HITTERS'
For whtrh I asBBol(Mgent mr thla city and ceunli.
Dealers supidh d at the W-nulm'l tir Tn j rie a.
A TKaN 1 MKDlCIN K?.
Of every kind now In as'.
HAIK OILS ASU rOMADKS.
Oi a thousand ditterent vartrtlrs.
For th- certain destruction ol lnst L is on Flanti
t 'oetar'a Kiit Kitermiitatur, Lyon Man-
aetie loaeot 1'uwdei; llt)4 lUia Kiteruiiniitor.
a nure thing.
Hair. Toetli. Kail. WhltewMih. hha. St-ruH. In. I.
tut, Caritet, Vindw, I'ainl, arnl,h. Artist's fee ,
mo , without niimhT.
W lllTK LbAOANU I.1NKF.I OJ L.
Of the VT) boat fualt , alwa) on linutl; (,hbs and
In endleaa variety, and of beat uuaM. Almfplut
of Varnish buitght leceutly at lon-.i anie to ,.w
1 OrM, H tilt h c;m at'U to dealt rs al leer- Ihhii t in.
Rfibinenn' Hair Tonic. Co tiL'ne fomr!i v Khiif. lii-
arrh-ia t.ordlal, linia Lii.in.pnt, lione PtMWit-r,
ac. ,., gunrauUMd lo gl r riititc tiin u tlen
Moat. 8 f ontiition I t-wdi-r, If utrrhti n u
rhjslciaiis'prtsorlptions L'aiitii:y nnd At cm ;ic)
jiMiipotindrtl, ol Hie Unt llicdic.i,r im in- tdlicr
shall be used.
Turn v 1 1 inula hii-1 th" uulitlc ccrii-i Mv I u nuM n.
turn my inosl grateful thanka lor the III t-rnl piiiiou-
itj vAiBiitini iu i nt? it in i,rm oi ii, .v it ibiui u on t
kindly solicit Km contin.utiu'p, na nlfo tn ttnn u a-
tion oi iny atoci: o ibow who hc not fa. M to
forc patrouizrilthe Imuae.
1 am permanently iOKKled h.-r. ami piupM in mni m
frirn.U nn. cuaioiucra b i:nr us nhu.
niMirrn irni io m nit. re lor sin , ,1I1r, Hill
wmtwl up luuidthu aauic pilcr chaigrd n it tf.-Mr
paieuta t'Aine thrmt'lvr.i
A l.rrr. aanortuient of Fruit Jam of I he lat, t .4 , i..H
nnd Sealing Wax.
ItlHUS A.NU CAOKS.
Btnl heed, and, in short, ever; thine l.,lnt,rl,,'
slr tctly to my huslni sa.
jyra W. 8. Roni.NfiON.
Man and Woman
FOLLOW l JN Gi
DK. ( HAMBEliLlxV
WOULD aay to tha disesMed of Imdy ir
IlilUtl. til l biS Stat in Dailou la limils-j) nun
hence the neeeasit ol UiaKiug linnit'dlnte aipln-n.
tion, 11 you vvlah to he he-ltd ol ,ut maiat.ira.
iieaoueiia no patients eacept Ihosf ri-n un ever v.
Wuart-etae as lncurabia- ltia ttnitier niiKht In it
aak, doea he real ) fur such maes, or aie his slnie
nteuts lalaW Has he cured an) aurh eaea Hi I ay
ton or are hla cures all on pajier ami aiai oil ( In
reply, he would aav. he has curnl. ini1 in rum. at
very day, jut such cases. He haa tcati ttt, t
neaun (eraous in 'vttn, u ho ha e U-t p aulH r,i g
Iron vanoua dlaeaaea, live, ten and flit em run;,
and upwarus, In a lew dai s. He hna t un- ami ia
euilngaclaaaof diaeaaea, that have haltltnl the akul
of the mHliml protrasioi in all aceaiii I tit- vt ml
The reader wight here Inquire, b uhat nuanaai.rh
wondarlul eun a are iierlormetil l.ot by itritaiint;
thedeheite membranca ol vital ric-tna, by t ruc
ging toe siomach, but by dirrct apt iionlon ol inr
poaitlve and nt-gativc Miariiirs or t h ctiiritj .
Again, It might ba aak ad, haa uot rlrrtilcit b en
aiuptoynal as a rtuieoiai agul for eara, t of h in t ti
ro tt and tha l ulled Htaita, unli noiit!U. i.t suc
eessl And, are not nimtUirs una uaiug ii, tu our
very midst, with no better retulll I tut ta all vet
true; and when we etui aider tne Ignorauctr aud
rscaleiaoeaa dlaplnj-t in tta applicalloit I he rt nult
haa been more favorable tl an cnuld ha e ttu au
tlclpaled. It haa beu conaldrnd as be-nefltiini iu h
few raaea, onl) , and uncertain evt-n in thoat. There
haa bsras. no ttaed princlpla Itir applying the Ajit nl,
ami, thereforv, no uiitlorm rcanit (uuid bait tu t u
anticipated, but owing to the friendly reltttji u ( x
Ullug between ir lncit ait.1 henllh, nujaikrtl.lt"
cures have tueen ierlornil, whKh have been look.!
uou aa a luck, hlt.raiher lhau the reault ol a ii&cd
law. The irnuraiioe di played iu the adintuis.iniwu
Of thie mighty Agent, ta unparuouabie
The current b generally applied tl.n ugh the hands
or leet luauuk power aa lo muvutr the vt.olv 111
vous uiusi'uiar ajairai, and Iitqueuli) ptodut-iig
Irreparable lejur; aomt-tlinea it ta sppiieL t.) ii.t-ans
of utetalis eonUuiiUira WdiHtrnt pttaoi tie Im o ,
which Is CstUesi Iu m pioceaa ol cauterisation Oih
era plauo ikelr paUrnia in a ttoufthoi wait-r, nn i by
Dieana or the Oalvanit: bnttcrj cxtrtrt tltrir vitali
ty, and when continued for at y ruosidorabie It nth
of titua, the ettevt upon the uvrtous ayatrm t aiun-
iu 'oiiim prvuucea oy over -dot a ot sit jchuinc or
lr i tianiberlin has seen the elfrot (JtwW treat--feMMl
tor era, and the result haa gtT Aejued
li.jurloua lot te paUai.la, I'lov lug eni liat
no ireun ahou d aasunte the reafronaA. m.
later .ig so power mi a rt nied wiihvtn
lug Ita ctteota uion the human urgairojn.
thing oonnc. tod with ih. C-'a elrctitcal - ,
Is new and ortgiual with hiinaell His il .
iur the etntitricjil law a ol hie. health ai"f
new. His reliable mvUiixl lor diajiDuaist., . v
by aleetrtval eoniract, la iiei aa, also hi ft (. .1 "
dlacoiery in tha uae ol ha njUive and utKnirrT '
polarities to Ike human Um1 lor the aalr atoj tM- dy
rewov aiof a 1 dieeaare A I is nvw, and ui.ki.on
to inedieal men. aud ail o hers except tl.e lew who
fcnvetweii laairualed b kirn tiy I ltia mode ol ap-
f lying eiectrtvii) there la uo gueai
aintj., no matter oJ doubt a lo th
i-aa wnrs, n unctr
Ihe reault that will
The diseased are Invited to call and witness the
wonderful sures be lauaiiy t tarM. ntiug.
Uflkf, o. IM I bird atietrt
fs. U. Dr C. now pitbpossra to give a series of lec
ture, aid oonveraatnoia. eap aiuutg tit eltatrloal
laws ol lie, health too alacaa also, a Ini opoei-.
ttonof k s lat (rt an I diatjovery la the appuvaiioit
i f a wtrieiiv lor the cure 01 disease.
injwe datitng to oin in aims e&ouig maae m-
meillate attpiioMtiua al his oltli.
9 ii If) 3 2- bui-Smrk Mil1' Bf,rl1
aVf ll'Vyrcscived thia day s oan suppii bhiu
pen Had Millere In any .(.laahl) , AX iOW MO
VH.a(at theUeautwbsiira ol -
JuHtt, VAN DORtN A CO.,
July ta - to. M eof. a am and tu Kta.
QODKY'd U&f Book, for Mat, juat r-