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Wedneeday Bvenirif. . aly ' 5.
II i lUM. J..L..." 1 1 J.'.'UJlX.lw
Democratic State Ticket.
roa oofunro,
T.UFl'S T H ANNE Y, of Cuyahoga County.
MKCTIMAXf ocittxor,
WILLIAM II, 8AFFORP, of now Conrty.
Juno a tna ArrRrwR oocrt,
HKXRY C. WH11MAN, of Fairfield Co,
AiniTon or STvte,
O. VOLNKY DORSKY, of Miami County.
tuuAti ami or statv,
WILLIAM BUSIINEIX, of Richland Co.
RrRKTAaT OP STATU,
JACOB nKINH.Rl of Franklin Coanty.
hoard or rt;ni.ic work,
JAME TOM I INfOX, or Washington Co
environ sorinot. covimiasioajbh.
CHARLES N. ALLEN, of Harrison (.
HTUAilina MUroo Krery pApra.xi
ati.For tiooala, Telngmph. and othar
nnttort of intarcat and Information, aaa
First anJ Fourth I'aeea
Appointment of Delegates to the Charleston
Convention.
.. . . ,. .
A rarB d.rT.renfla baa an.an : ft
Uotnocraoy of tha St.ta of N. ork, w, h
repatto themannerlnwhiohdelegateatoi
tha Charleston ConT.ntion ara to ba oboaan-1
Their iS.Hta O .ntral Commlltaa oeela to day
at A.bany, to make tha aonnal call for tha
Stite Convention. L'ndei ordinary eircum-J
ataoces the prneeedings of this committee
attract but little attention. Tha fact, bow-
tlmta portion o( the Deioooratio party
in whieh it ia atinnoaed a malority of tha
Corntnitte con our. desire thai tb next Mate
Convention shall appoint a delegation to tb
Charleston Convention, gives mora than or
dinary intereat to tha meeting of this body
at tha present lima. All Ih State, so far
as they have acted, bare imitated Ohio in
appolntinit delegates, by allowing aaob 0on.
gressional District to chose its own delegate.
This method alone will secure a true repre-
aentatiou of tha internets and opinions
tiie different sections of ths Slate, and is free
from the objectione offered to a general Cob.
Tcntioo. In meetings of that character, ex
perience has shown that more or less un
fiirBeiS will be practiced by the friends and
wiru-aorkers of the eevaral candidate, and
that the u. 1 1 .1 will of tb people is but un-
(ucntly expressec".
be old method of appiiuting delegates
1,0 n abandoned in Ohio, end moel
States are following her lead. A very
large uiKjurity of the press in tb Stat
New York sre opposed to tb selection
delegates by tbe State Convention. Some
tifiy papers are in favor of their appointment
by districts, while only aix or eight ara
far auinat it. They are supposed to repre
sent a proportionate number ot the people;
vriio liuve become disgusted with the
method. The tunjority of them ara opposed,
fur prudential reasons, to tha introduction
of nutinnal politics in any form in thtir
State Convention, and are in favor of laying
the whole sobjeot over until after
Slutu election. It is to be hoped that
Central Committee will lollow their advice,
and adopt the district eystem.
!A.The letter of Judge Spaulding to Judge
fi'iulnon. in regurd to his opinion of Judge
Swan' di'O fiinn, is not very woll received
Republican.) in the southern part of
State. S aulding'a word and opinion
held tu I e law and yospel in Cleveland
tuereabou'e, and he is looked upon as
oi the main pillars of tha organization.
A ritor id the Cincinnati OnZctt,
out tb other day, denying that ha was
axoounder of iheir doctrines, and cam
, . i ther bard, onnniderini! that
i or of their own party. Oberlin
i to awalluw tilioleon, but
'inoiunaii are determined to
upon it. A storm is evidently brewing
among the oppusitioo which will oause
disturbance biifor the el'ctiuo, The
wiocs of the party find il a difficult
matter to agree upon the "nigger question.',
and e may eipeut to witness some
before the matter is settled.
Hkpuiilicin Officials Kidmappiko Si.aies.
The Repulilicuns of Chicago arn sorely
orcised because a couple of their Republican
detective police olGcers, aided by a
kidriOped three lugitive slaves, tha proper
ty of Captain Frost, of St Louis, and
thrin out of the Slate without ic:al process,
for which they were paid a reward of
Oberiiu hiKber law doctrines, the
pitched into the white man with a
and bumble higher law weapon und
fiOO.
The reward offered was too temptingly
lnr,!e fur a Republii an to stand,and
their ' colored fellow oniseus" were
I R ' lo aiery.
A Ninup.H in a Mess A day or two
in Xenia, a cow bo!oa:io to a white
broke into a patch oi oorn owned by a
Heine an advocate of Uov. Cjase's
Him seven ly. Higher law reigns supreme.
Jo it, Obeilin unit Chase.
ietjlie twenty leadinst papers ol
sippi strangely udvooato the re opening
toe .-l ive trade, and Mr. Iluolmnaii's
.l Cu.toiua, at ViukslmrK, olB
uro. ic ua a parly mea ure Gazelle.
And the Olierlition Republicans of
have nominated a slave trader of Mississippi
(J u Jne (iltul-on) fur Supremo Judge, in
to Jml)te t wun, an borest, consist
rnt ami slavery man, at ihe dictation of
Olu r'm junui and Governor Chase,
Chaoe's luurth Corporal swears It's all
What's the prioe of niggers T
tguThe P.inville (Ohio) Telegraph
ol noiiist) .ays of Mr Cerwin:
Mr C irwin at the ritat Convention,
dnrt.uk to otiani 'tie Repablicun party
ii imrty id linn ers Hut Republicans
Bi tu be diiirn, in be used fur any
. iw ai mu bought or .old He waa
to lor w at ho had been, but none
l lo auppon his oid !- notions.
tlinoe Torn could not getlbe Republican
to e one to him, he ha goo to tbsoa,
th Telegraph, in view of that fact, layt
i ooming up again."
.Tbe Keniuckv louoti will tak
oa Monday next. Governor, Htata
Member of Congress and 8tat tfegialature
ar i to b elected. Th democratic press
Kentuuky confidently prediol aa old
inoed uuioti, Clay-democratia viotory.
The Hund y (question baa bean
tl. t in I'liiladalphio. Judge Thompson,
(be Supreme Conrt of Pennaylvonl , hoi
led that it I nnlawtul to ran street
r i ara oa bttodaj. Cwidej)l
VMtprtralltMlheMRjffi
Convention. Past and Present—Plain Talk.
A rrraotlwAl adBnallna ia navfUd in aaas. BnV I
atnffnM lanr pafanlt.aad nab- It i praU-
eI ear etadenu oaly wast tbelt tima aad
awaay. All M oar eblt divine, legislators,
jurist., artiste, avecheoie and axnot iwliaea,
heTkrafoamiaBM torn tne awst ofcewatwl
WalMerilt. In tb Wt w bar Uomii
1 nmn. 1 nMnaiai j on h iwir 1 inn urmi
n
i. U1..1.11 ii o a . a.
BT IUIICDTII uliAro I UWI1R. inn uini 111 nu
ar dlitinfiiiahad maa of mark
V. . -1 I I.
no imviifu iiik
'- -
I . l.i . . I . L 1 I 1 J
. Til rmrij iau(iji. w l.nvi pujmcAiij mu mm-
IaIIjt, and thry hara lwn h ard workpra all their
liTPA. rtad auch Bra daotad their mtiraiiino
to f ifnliflo fsrminf wa might kara wUaAd
hut iinrromalA vhirh am fit undaral
"
aped.
I. .... I.l.l.i:. I,.,l.iula I. aluiaa.
m..,ji""r""'
in tha DMhanlo arts, la aeutptura, and In all
of tha acleocaa, jrral progron baa baen made,
but (a tbMloyr w. do aot aeam to Improra. It
traa that la praaahlnf, tha torrora of tha law
ara not no ofurn adrentd to, but (rood, pUia,
nracticAl truth ulterej by ood, plain, praulical
man, and "Wool he.rd. A Kr, many ol in.
aniniAttraor tha preaent iuy, wnen eompAtea
wlththoaaaf tha pa.t, ar rjoita a d.rTvraatorder
ofmen. Tha tima waa when tha ' HeraldAof
tha Cioaa" wera meek and lowly' who Uhorad
a part of tha tima with their own handa durlnf
itiaMi mil nnokMl B.tamrwif ari I v An the
- reg.tion., I- pll.
I mfrtabla ekurckaa. Lery body uAed to
la Cborck forthara waa room for arary body
lmUil
rf Bjbi Nw of nur
dww(, f0lt,en),11 in h.
nftitl f Rr,. .od np,noq.,l
, &oi h u t ..j,,, foltaf wa
i eou,d h,T og,,;, (,1m by hia plainneM of
uir. jfow rainiAUr to ba raapecied moAt
' conforoi to the faahlons of tha world fur fear
f being called singular or eeeentrie. Former
ever, y we had good, plain, substsnliAl, csparlnus
churches, with comfortable seAla for all who
wished to meet together in heavenly cooitr.il
aion to worship their Creator inspirit and
truth. Now we often find meny of our Churches
furniahed In the moat fanbionable and Incur..
ous style. The pulpit is occupied by a fah
lonably dreeaed gentlemen.
The pulpit Ia furniahed with costly carpets,
velvets, taAsels and luxurious sofas and chair.
It ia a model of good last and creditable
tba enterprise and liberality of a faehionsble
of i eoagregation. The minister reclines on an el
of
of
of
so
old
next
their
tho
by
the
are
and
one
came
an
down
he
hi'
in
sist some
ex
treme sport
egant ottoman, aad after hi flock hare taken
tbeirseata, ke gives out hi hymn. Thia
sung by a choir in the gallery led by an accom
plished musician. Formerly all tha eongrcga
tinn united in aingiog audibly the eongsof
Zuin. Now but few are thought qualified
join in this eiercis without a great daalof
Those that have not taken lesson
in music, and have not a bmnbnok, are f
qoently at a loss to know what all this mean
They hear an organ, melodeon, flute or
fiddle, and very pleaAsnt aounds, but to
unnophtaticeted it is all Greek. Next the ruin
isier offers up a fervent and eloquent prayer,
whichjrive the tadiee of his eongreg-tion
excellent opportunity to scrutinise each other'e
new bonuats, dreeAes, etc. Another hymn
then saug, wheu the niiuieler uu rolls before
him manuscript sermon which he has coin
posed duriug lb psAt week, and reAdA it to
coiigrt-gslioo. Thia piece of composition
he a "mABlerly tffurt," and full of rhetorical
flouriahes, but it is not that kind of preaching
ihe Age requires
the Crua in this country were plain, practical
men, who understood the English latigusge,
and sluditd their Bibles, boldly proclaimed
the truth and became acquainted with
e nicregationa. When their congregation
they knew exactly where the smnere
were, and what to say to them Nut till
could they tell what kind of spiritual food
needed. Thoy then addressed themselves
heir bearers, were listened to attentively
.omen dressed in calico, with sun bonuets,
and men in homebpun. All joined in siotflug
stid all felt benefitted with the services of
dsy. Now our churches are erected at
immense exienae by good meaning,
C Migregatiuns, but they do not draw to
b ie of God those that moAt need Instruction.
They ere too laahionable, and filled with
mAiiy fai.hionaWe people. Henre the
! dressed and moat nerdv May away, Sitno
hia minions are ever busy and entice them
places of dissippstinn, hoUAes where they
tsught to despise the fashionable churches,
all connected with them. This isamnst
state of public opinion, and how
change it engages the stteution and deliberation
of the friends of Chriatian'ty in every psrt
our ReDnblie. Thirtv Tears airo canitul
and vli.n ..,tm
The pioneer mis lonariea
mi
negro
run
ees were extremely rsre
were deeply deplored by the people from
to Georgia Jtow thuo offences sre almost
daily occurrence and Ihe details are too
ing to be read. Why this increase of
Religious sects and churches are constam'y
j "MiilJ filuro'
mult iply ing; ni.u are hijhly ed.ica'ed in
Latin, Hebrew aud other languagee for
ministry ; but th. great m. of th, paopl.
not attend to their ruiuutrattuna,
bur d wo
any ualioir can long m si n tain lis freedom
ilaeiliaena bvlievs in aud practice ihe
truths of the Bible. Our forefathers noknowl
edged this during their revolutionary siruKfle
when th'Fither of hia country" firm
the blessing of Oud upon our arms before
suit red Into a conflict with tho enemies of
dura
Tu provide fortbnspiritnal wants of tho
multitude who nuw uelrci lo alteud
aiatuaa anM.ari ia,., k haan I' HiImI If ltn ill
nejiro j p,lc. blhow maeh moro ,ucc)wf1T
"meek thU b. dun, by ting ,uii.ble house,
out ! worship at ou fourth the expe.ua of mauy
ihosa now poorly attended I Iet the pulpit,
tbsse housaiA be auppiicd by good, plain,
preachsrs let il be uuderalood that
hence
sent
since,
mon
ne
gro, Missis,
ol
Col
leoior dally
Ohio
op
poxitiiiu tht
and
right
should attend buwibos plaiuly attired,
that the rich, the poor, the halt, the lame
blind, should be invited to attend
without any distinction, for the purpoee
srorshippniK the Ood of their fathers, and
to exhibit their 6u clothes, hear good
or iadulg a vaiu cutio.iiy. Euch
would do good, and niaoy a poor famishing
soul would be revived and led to seek
iag happiness. Miuisters can b. found to
liogly ao oparate in this woik, and all may
by Ibis mesas led to ret k a knowledgo of
truth.
A Fiend in Human Shape Attempting
to throw a Train off the Track.
un.
into
are
body
listen
ed seemi
and
"b
plana
omcers,
of
ash
arts
Tb Rochester Ui of Friday gives
account of a narrow escap of a mail
filled with passengers from being
from th track on the Auburn Division
the New York Central Railroad, and
an embankment, in conpequenoe of a
in human shape by tb name of Wright
cing on of th heavy T rail along aid
th track ia such a position as must
of and h will b punish l .u tii. extaalof
d' 17. -
sarily raeult in a crash up. Foituuately,
fUM.ll r.,1 P.l .1 n f.M1 .ha. Im!1
, . r !, TIT
in tim. for tb. mail train to pas.
wbsb wrrcHiifeuauiA lalu Ol. oriwe IO 11.14
quor When uksn to Pittsfleld, wher
wa examined bafor a Jiwtice, th
against bin wa so great that il
propaacd to hang him, but better Connael
preyailsa. 1 he pMof against bia is
ralkj
rhelitaJ fAru.iits.. ..r fk.. nil
siwile-1 ti.a a-fanoi as 0vrtAind by a UU
H,U way-r
L. OH AO. IJ. CLAMED,
REAIi ESTATE
i A KB '-
GENERAL AGENT.
ITH,Lt)Of and eell m Comml-slnn Real V.
R.
, , WortJ) ,,,.,,. .oiiection. Mtxro-
iitsrsw if'nns. v tit ' " -. ' w bi anama. ,
Ha.knA a. tsaaaiawMtaMat rn e-a In arorxl rMimnlibl
. p"'i-" "
l I omnanl A All ilg A AnAAftl ftt rtl f "'1 "r1'"1"""11
hl.(n...
, . i. , , .... i. ..u
, omoa win x. . .miio, bi , r
.
'
'
I lnw' Riill'lliif;, I'lilnl.tipft.
Laud. Land.
H-l.iUlt
" V
i
IWori-0 rill attAnllnfl to t.and now of i p
rxreil to exehAro " U lYoporty or IKmilA, '
i
AhAniton tountleA.
I r-rMto whA.r fo ( Un Prororty or iiooha,
lOrAU'll AA H'MOII a : i
IOIO HhelhT. BoA. Allen, Pi'tlAl rr. B
HltoAI. Uetka UJ W llllAIOAl I.UA'teA,
'T. n, ii.., .1-.. , U.....I. I.. ..L .
j iAnf. PuiAHiAfia LAiieronr.tiei. '
i ILLIlf Oil LArne-, Ki. IiiauiJ, Uranfotdt
, MIB80TJRlj:ch;;,,:w..hrn(;.nn.MAdi.on 1
mpier, ner"iiia, inei-.m .
Qgn jLgcoli,
I i
n ' 'XiXi'&Z
t' aboe t clioirr inii,Aniliil ixjeAitiinsl
,o me m.-taiinuci..jn Jl'i;""',';;,.
j ia cinr' nuiunnt. inun rfeet.
v - . r-v -A-n -a-
VV yViN -L AUJU9 i
I PMAI.L r arm of rrom :nt t. rt neroa. i
4 A
,it, HurhAMA... boi.4-, Crdsi and
rA-n.,"'. iumm-T Tiltrl Scott'
ami M"i.t mnntiAA.
o
with s-on.1 Ininrovemen-B. ohnlie Imll. iroia
aoil, Andnvtvieen thive and su mllm Iroai tin. tlty. !
-K. n.,llnn mil.t ,U fl I l, f'f.f. FIIAIUll 11 . IITie I
Tlew f the tiirroundlnn rountry. J
Aitdreea, tth lull pailleolarA, i
' 1 i n is f i I Ml Kit.
Jeta n. 4ii:it.tr Aatoi, i,i st
i
To Capitalists.
ia
'
to
is
to
In
struction. re
big
the
an
ia
his
may
their
as--enabled
then
was
Co
by
lbs
an
liberal
tha
too
poorly
and
to
aro
and
de
plorable to
offen
nallll.fl 1 F '
HAN'DSOMK new two en.ry !
.a ieellinv inrniniep on Broea new, mm m f
rmtlortrrni rr.(itulnl"lt
For sal by, , t has. I: I ARKR. j
jfa iea; b iniimi iv. .in...
CITT PROPER it! I
JelTerson at. A hsndome t.ot Writ "He. helow ,
StS si. mlll FrAMiAUfMin It.
Recoad s. House ami l.nt nw I'.'rry, north
sh'.e. House, Tno -tr t) Itrlrk ,
l.anreAnileoiivenlent. lithnA'Joo. I
Brownst. tipiMMitc Huctoyeit. LAnte nnok ,
UOIISA Ana 1AIKA I.OI. lliar
, .'SS '
J,o,h.'X
MeDonouth t. FipiioAite Hsrr. Two-atory FrAme
House. lotAOslMlo.
Fitthat. I'omerof Montgaieoijr. Fine Lot. ,
FORTY -OThe,l.twee
In dtnvreut parts or the city. Fori
AaleoheAp.ortoexrhAoiiiifoiother
.'""'"'''ciiAa. K. f'l ARKK
Iuv
Cleirs'A Bullillni.-'dat.
Farms.
) 1J ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
Cl "I X ner. on the l. U.K. R.. on hundred Hire.
Improved, tha remainder tlmlier ol Rood qualit,
Ueep, rloli, alluvial soil.
inereara iwogO'Jii iiwriuuii n,u.... ... k".-.
Ises. eonvenlent out-liouseB, and In th nild.t ol A
f ood .ettlement.
This farm la ottVred t the low price i f t?per
sere, being much less than Its vnlue. For sale by
' " UHAS. K. I'LAKKK.
Renl KatAte Axent.Sd atreet.
City
Proporly liA-ilrubiti Hen
dttiivtti I offer for sal on reasonable terms, n
new and handaome resilience on Sd Atreet, be-
CTheHouse la large andeommodtoiis. with all the
modern Improvements and eouveutruces, is t'nely
located, Anil in a good neighborhood. Will beeolu
.he.,., If Application 1. m,. CLARKKi
mli Heal Kitate Agentl'bjigJiioVIOilJ
FOIl 3 Aula.
Qr f( ( ACItFS of l-and in Illinois on
eJC,VyUV ornearllnesof Ball Roa..s, oomprl
alog Improved Farm. And wild lauds.
TutnofO navliig aaiall farius In litis sretlon, thAt
will sell At A good price, I would say sell, and AO
.huHvAiifiii .et a larva tract ol Innd at alow
of i prlce.aud where you will have equsUj good nir-
ALSO, 10,000 Acros woll selected Land,
in Mt..nnrl. both the mi.lltv tind title ol wlileh
I will guarantee. For sale or exchange for ulh-
er proiwrty.on the mo-t doairania teruia.
ALSO. A small but choice Farm in Clark
Counts, well Improved, will he .old cheap, and
city proierty taken In pari payment.
ALSO. A fine Lot on Ludlow At, between
4th and ftth, 118 by SO ft. Alloy back.
ALSO, Garden Lots ot 71 acres each, on
the Kiver Road, noar the city.
ALSO. A 3 storv liriok liuainofis ITouso, on
Jefferson, between Sil and tth sis and n dcslntble
. residence on etlt si., nei. mnia aim a.uuiuw.
ALSO. Kino irnnoved Pronorlv ill 'Miami
Cltv.o and"Uytou lew," tu iracis oi iiom 10
16 -ere-. AUlorsaleLHEAi-by
Cda.S ii CLARKE,
feMl Real Kslnte Agent, Uces' Uiiildlng
CITr" PROPERTx'.
' LSO A handaome Rosidonee on alii St.,
IA hctweea Main
furnished au . hAUds
rohJJ Heat Entate Agent, Wlegg's BulhlOiK,.dst
ACUKH, 10 mile from tUft r.ty, im-
18 Acrf i tiuitMT, ami S5 !aeri Mittoin
CaEAP FAHM
I HA A
I JJ pruveii, orchard, boriuKB.ai:
IS Acres timber, and S5 Acres me
Frtce flu per acre. For sale by
rob'
OUT LOT.
jb I F
neXVli, Acres jeauliftilly sllintcd-
snd Ludiowi Atory Btiok.weii
idsomely improved yard. Pay-
CHAw. K ('LAKKF,
( HAS. K. CLARKK.
Renl Et;tte Ant.Sd itreet
FINK t.ot no HtM3lo Hill, ontiiinmu
win w som
& SOLD
At Cincinnati quotations, or located in Iowa,
F AND WARRANTS IIULlSUi
Main
of Kansas, Neiiia.ki.or Missouri, by
sicken . .
crime!
rtlAS. R. Ct.ARKF,
Real rMlnte Agent, 3,1 atreel.
I HA. Ii. CLABKF,
Third .treel.
MKIiCHANTSV
Oreek j I n S II T Q II C fi ( 0 1 11 1 1 11
th I , .
d. I OF-HA BTFOIIK .
Capital, $200,000.
Wedonott
believe 1
with
out great,
invoked
he
free
gnat
Church
hkilliU
coid
of
of
of
prac
tical uone
DIRBCTOHB.
. -.a
PirC IIIS. I
.111.11,11.1 ..... , m --
ivcoRroaiTSD 1921.1
OFFICli, No. Ota, Yt nl. !!.,
CASH CAPITAL,
CASH 8URPLUt,
. S250.0CO
- $125,000.
Irvins b'ire lusii'rauee Co.
(IgCOaPOBATiD 1831.)
and
and
together
of
not
matte
churches
sverlast-
wil
be
the
OFFICII Ko . Willi Ml'iict, N.
OaVSH CAPITAL, $200,000.
( HAS, E. CLARKE, Agent,
jtQ t'legg's Biilhlinir, ad ut,
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Celebrated rrtwstle Pills,
Prepared from m prescription of Sir J. Clarhr,
phtfririan Extraordinary lo tht Queen.
This Invaluable medicine is unfailing In tiie euro
all those painful and unncrnus tiea-fS to whli
thefenalecontttltutlon Is suhjeot. It made rates
xeeesei and reuiCves all obetiuctiont, and a speedy
our uny be relied on.
TO MARHIED LADIES
It la peculiarly suited. It will, In a hurt time, bring
on the monthly period with regularity
Each bottle, price One lollar, tears the Govern-
ment stampof Great lirltMn, to preventounterrelt.
iiiiio.i.
Thesc Pii-i. siioi'Ln not si: tibk av rsHu:i
DoaiAO tii a FIRST TtlREH UONTIISor Phijo-'
an
train,
thrown
of
down
fiend
pla
of
noces
the
the ,
mawnt.a.A '
. , ' anr authorised Agent, will Insure a bottle, eoatsln
Wright , Trmlu. -
11
be
eioita
ment was
strong,
AAACV, A TIIKV ASS Strsx TO lUIIKO ON MlSCAS-
AIAOS, Sl'TATAttV OTIII'.K liAU TlltV AliUSAFK.
la all caiiea ot Nervous and spinal Aneotlons,
Pain la the Rack Aud Uiubs, Fatigue on xlight
ertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysteilrs
Whites, these Pills will erteot a cure when All other
meAnshAvcfAllediMidAltUoughApoivcrfuln-medy,:
do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or Any thing
hurtful totlieconatktution.
Full directions In theparuphlet Aroiindesch paeg.
et, which shollsAmelully prsssrved.
Sole agent lor tb. t. altedawtas And Canada,
JOU NObta, (Lata I. C. Baldwin i Co.,)
Rochester, New-YOTB.
sr( b...1,oo sad six postsge stamps snclosedt.
f.r
Mt
.old in Dayton by
, v. W. TK WART, and WALTERS A KKLiO.
myl . . .
BLACK 11UTTLKS, at
UBOKLKlt, JlBMIftlf 4 MAXTOR'S.
Jys
BIMIM & BRO.
IAVK jurat rnu
.la PIlTATOK!
pttS-.Atthe Head '
HA VK iurat rooeiTea . I louaano nuen.
nle. POTATOKS. for .Ale at th. lowest markst
..mt 111 MAAva ne eaaia. f-e
LUKCU frj.dar. j
SiAV-fW ft t fei.
'M,t.f,,
FirrmeVs Insurancce Co.
rUtlilt.13 IliOUItiULLV UUi
fM . U I
0200,000!
WINTER.
or DATTO
CAPITAL,
Ro4 f h-rftrt fmr 1853.
CRAMAr?i, AWtlRfW nt!MF,
,w.l,. DARRnw, HAMl'tL MARSHALL
IIKNRT BT0POARD.
rnnij rnvii-AVV winrii m nv K of
1 '"T ' " I 1
i:;, 1r;r,,,.,h,r,Mti.Aai..i
IRK AND
M.AHiNa I'ol.K IhS oa IvorAl.l tfroiA n4 At
H"U" PiillrlPA ruonlnl AA long AA THKKr.
I A RA, If iloAirMl Aiv Ing o tli A.imx1 tllA
irouMi ol AnoitAl rABm ai, Ann inAipriAiiy :n..p
f.ilnil the fiftt ormiiUAiicA oil thtA lArf oIaaa of
), V, ,,,,, of Mila ttriirt, tAtn-An second
anil Thlnl, ni at Alra
8. CR AK1H E AD, Pfi t.
tt'y4 novlfl'lyil
l. W. IliDINOA,
,nrt TMtA v ,1htt.
' n" Wfvlnln li-t of NKW B.- "
ra Bf MILLAIII WIIMTON
li,overT of tha Uroulatioa of tha Wood.
The Tin Truuinot
t,ad.y a ln.ml of Fancy Work
'Hints to Itorna-ftoprirrA.
A l.tO,
A New Series of School Georraphy,
Tir.ADr.li3, SrKLlKKX, At"
BOOKS
Inn Hat of 2VKW BOOK
LA III A Wll
(j0,lny, ,nj,.. Book Tor August.
Kapreaa fathrina the Hee,,d
ItiAoovsrr of tha tUroulalion of tha
anexma Book.
A I.IHKBAt. nianorrST
Thaoloalcal and Mlaooll
.,.,,
" .'.r--..
.MiJr lo li.euuvMic'i
. . , ...t, , ,
iilll One door west of the Tow tlloe
Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati
Rail Road!
REDUCTION OF FARE TO OHIO WHITE
SULPHUR SPRINGS!!
, , . .
( and after .Saturday, July 10th, the rats
V IroiA li.ytou to Ohio Vt filte Kii'lpbur Sprinil And
.Atiim, will be is.' 0.
jvi-il.w JOUM H. HUDSON, tup't.
, . ,
FINE WINE3, ETO.
'
Ithllie V lue,
FlCOCll Wlnf,
l alnu kii end
of the Aneatquallty and at the lowaat prices '
j WHOIiBBAlaB AND BBIAIL.
j ALSO.
L'tvr: riuiAi.'a uiuua nil irf2i?
LIMl!l U'JF.Uand KRBL'TKB KASHK.
CAPT. L. MARKGRAF,
No. 876 3d atreet, west of Poat Office.
J) U (Journal and Uaiette copy.)
Ho, Ye Anglers.
rtALL i n J. K. (lebhart and gat anicefishi
s ing pole.
1 llAve got bice ones, and no mlstske.
4, jv. u.
JFor Sale,
11 Y H ou no and Lot, No. 24 Centre atreet,
iM. ii fur Bale. Any iron doelrln n nice little
home, can now hive an opportunity of securing one,
on ca?y ti,nin,by npplyln pood to
unn rv. utitnAni'i
C'ovinnton, Kr
or to Wiilmns Wallace, Dny too, Ohio,
! lenatui; from Cairo. ton weMtenweretMil rivar,
Sealed Proposals
t!7II.L be received at the office of the
vv H..crrtry of the Bonrd of Fducatlon of the
oi iinyrnn. uuui m, iif.u uaj ui Au.ufi. ima,,
lor lurnlsliing tiie schools with 200 eonl. of good
Hlrkoryor unr tree flrewooil Rids must be for aot
Icsb Uiau 6 cords, contraot awardoU to tho lowest
bidder.
By order of th Board of Rducatlon
JyS-dwtt A. AJfUTTKHKlKI.IJjSsw'jr,
FARM FOR SALE I "
A FINK Farm of excollont land, lying
V six miles erst of Psyton, on the Yellow
Springs toad, lor sale At low ttguree and rcAionabls
There arc ssronty acres under flilltlvatlon, the
remainder being heavily timbered. There is upon
a House, Burn and Out-bulldlngst aa orchard of
or So large bearing trees of good fruit, a never-falling
spring, allurdlitg running water for stook, be
sides a well of good water, At the house: together
with a quarry 01 good limestone. The whole larra
Is 11 ell arranged And has on it good fences.
The situation Is healthy, and It ia altogether the
chcAiu-At and iaost desirAble fai'tu now uttered
sale In this pnrt of the country.
For (urilicr particular, caII on
at. P. NOLAN,
Heal B-tate Agent and Attorney at Law,
jyT IIAyton, Ohio.
Iot ice To Bridge HulldVr.
' CKALEI) Proposals will be recoived at the
J Auditor's frtice.of Montgomery county, Ohio,
I flAyton, until a o'clock, A.M., on
1 .Saturday, Auuust n, mav,
a For tiie eretlon of" Blldte noross the Miami Riv
er, at UHrrDiinn, oemir, near wnere ine coiincy Hoaa
IlttU will he tt'ctflvcii ftr the mainnr and stnTt
tructMre, tup rate ir the Job complete.
, t'lan rtiitl cpecilttton oaa bo tova at the afore
f.itl oilkf. wJtcri' the oomHtiun of paymcuti,
will t mte known.
Brltlge to IteooDiptetcd (hit lall.
liy opler of ihe County Coin rat ilosert.
1 OANIUL H. DHVUKN, Auditor.
iyidAwtt
DBS. JACOB ft E. W. B0SLEB,
tlcmo spathic Physicians,
AND SUIK1KONS,
OJire 177JJ; fi'sWenee t'9 its 177 -Woi'n Afreef,
11KL0W SIXTH.
V, I u a
-
'
SpwUiattentionglvcntoCHRO.Mt, IseaSeSisad
Dieeaaen of Womu and Children.
tnaco liour n-oui ? to iu a. .M .atua noar.s.
Jacob UiMler speaks the tier ma a language.
J 7 12 have uiuda positive mid ample
flu V iotemiiits lor procuring BlAcAberrles
W S W ,-r jt AV , aa fn - a fia R
I a i,r-.T 1- rTTillv Ti A 17
A fcSLPPIA EVEll D A Y
ervd-iy during he seasoni and we will sell them
i low &a thei bo anoldi-d. bv tne ausrl or orawer.
V. ! f;ent emen whodelre tobuvAquantity will lesold
I norrie. low oy ine or.iwrr. ntiuu put ui.m
lowest rates limrs w ar
V. il. BRANDKNRl'SO C(l ,
jy5 bihi, Third -tree.
V.ji toBgnis
Stone Ware.
JTST received, Stone Jims, Milk, (roam
and Butter Jars, Churns, ftu.i sizes being
HECKLER, REMLKY k MAXTON.
n
h
all
I K( (iiiim truit Ctn8, ".mpriiVf-d.
JOU u dt.7. ' " " with corks.
SO " Tin
Just recciied st
) i 1R, REMLEV A MAXTON'S.
ON AND AFTER
ThiivaiqntT T1tt
ASA SMS BA S MB AfA. V mmmJ .
-. a: rT A Timl r-
1). V. VIiTL.U,
No. 94, Main at.,
w.nx rtrr utf.
lixlensire Stock
'
ex
and ;
nTnoTvn mrrn iiTTOi?CI
UOWIl 10 LiJaUOliNUl ( J I I ItlVti'Cl
Ko Is preparing for Fall Purnhases, and
; . desiring
'"
BABE B ABO All? 3 ! '
HHOIH.D CALL DIMKDIATELYl
A Very Nice Article of Honey
JUST received, together with a fresh
ply of All Kind- of choice Groceries.
J. K. UKRHART,
e. JeUstAuaSweet.
BAGS, BAOBI
. July II
9 4 ( )0 2 nd 2 butth-Hwrk Milu lu
I v a j vyreeeiveotnuaay- we eaa suppir stii
Miller. In any iiuarilit), A f LOW
rp oa.i
Jl
rs and Miller. In auv llua
Mil. nf the cheau ea.h atoreof
. JOHN, V AM UUHK1 CO
No. SS, cur. Mai. and sd Sta.
ii .v Li a ook, for Mar, just
w s.f, mm.
closing out oALniNotict
Or , , T
Rich Dreca Goodo,
Embroideries, rnrasols, &a
IN. P. DOUGLASS & CO.'St
ft r Cc. Main end Matket ate 1
OlMMENCIMt TIKSDAY, JUNK
14
J
At
m ..n . i tmnmti .
AM wiu pmimhu. ' -'V . . I -
lirrat (.ixnla, Fr"U. V mbroldArlAs
Ar nlu.
9ilk, worth t-1,60 for 91, 00.
Silk, worth 7! cU. for r()ct.
-
,1
' ! A
I
Til t Dre
Rich lre
Rich Ren-iiA Tioliel At KuAtcrrl ost. "
Rirli Challi Kobea n Kastern cost.
Rich Valenoias at Kaatern coet
tich y hnllieA worm zi. rta. tor i - J c.a.
Kich I.awntswarTaniearaAicoior;worwii.'i(fr,w,,,h,01i,(,i,ine..intitiAA:o.
Pt fnfc 12$ CIS '
uLl I lf"VT,i ZZ at anal f Imnorlhtion
Ktoh Kinhrolilonea M ot at Impoelhtlon. i
t Imnorti
for 10 n
Hie 1, CnlUra worth 2A rent tor 10 rente.
Rich KmhroiifCrcd r-etts worth fO.lltl for
W , . r , .
Rich ParaAola At BlonllrllotlrerB, prieoa.
Ileavn llrown Shectinct worth 10 coot
9 oente.
Beaay ItroWn Hhrr-tins worth 10 cents Tor
Hfl oente.
Fine Brown Hheetinga worlh 8J cents for 6J
cenfa. 1
Knitlieh ('hint, A yard wide, for 10 cents.
Hoop Kkirta worth f 1,(10 for w.im. ''hi
Hooii Skiru worlh 13.00 for 92.00.
... ... .... - k.
' .Mnwee Hoop bkirla worth 10 cut, lor nu era. i
lUdiae1 Linon llandkerolitofa worth 20 et. J
for 121 cents. !
; Uf,::VZ' "ndk"ehiefs woT,h 10 eenu
In
i
I
Also n henry Atonk of CollonBdoa, Denims, I
fto, o , at nnusunlly low prices.
ry-wehave a hev stoea 01 the awe aooib,
I i.k .m .11 .nri m,,.I U .nil In m.l.f I,, i.al.
room for our heAvy fall puri-haaes.
N. P. OOl'dliASH A CO ,
Jell 8 K. Cot. MAla And Market ta.
,
Gum Drops, Fine Candies.
KUAN DKNBIj lit) A CO.,
NO. SO THIRD T.,
H.VVFf jnal renaired, direot from N. York,
by exptesa, a sapply of eholo
Gum Drops, Mixed Candies, &o.,
Which will be sold at Wholessla or Retail, on fA
VorAble terms, for eash.
The Assortment comprises In part
Orange,
Rote,
Lemon,
Srnwberry,
Itasplierry,
Vsnilla,
Hoarhonnd,
it
TO
fur
In
and .Si, ft Drill a
All of which are liosh, andverynlce. Th-yhave I
received also by same express A choice assortment of
Flu Mixed Candies,
of latest styles and of most exquisite Savor snd
tsste. ' '
They aespcstrully ask so Inspi etlon of thelrstock,
confle.lent they can otter very superior Inducements
If.l.iit-.ea. H. CO.,
ja aw au fioTv.,.
Ward's Opposition Steambotit Liavl
CHEAPESfFARE YET.
fnj lour I'urc no Furtlicr Ihtiu
jasiduky.
The Fast and splendid Upper Cabin Steamer
FOREST E III
CAVT.J. r.WATkD,
7TrtS. D. k C. R. R. Dock, Sanducky, every day
(Samiay'i excepted) at o'clock, P M. for leve
Itind, ft riving In rievelnnd at 0 St I. M. antt :oii
neetlng with Ward's FMt anajileuUid Uppoiltlon
StfawuCrS,
Sea Bird and Arctic
CAPT. C C BLUDUKTT. CAPT. H tlSH.
For Butlalo, Niagara FMla, New Vork. and ALL
POINTS EAHT.
Liq a O ric?, .
n
SC.,
The Fre by thi route will bo
Oae-hnlf that charged by Rail Roads
oranyeompeungiineoi nine.wneei rteainct,
No mmter how cheap ibe latter may be
Returning the Kurestrr leavei ClevolanO every even
ing (Sundays excepted) arriving In HMidiitiity at I A.
m , anu joieoo m a a. ji.. couneonng wiin all tne
WESTERN TmlDB.
i . UATKS OF FARE.
Cabin.
Sanduptj to Otevelnnd, 1 $1 no
Jiunmo, ' 8
" Niagara Falls, 4 .0
' " " " A return 8 00
" " IV ew York, 11 00
' " Tolcd'j, 1 00
Deck
$0 50
2 00
o
TJnllfca iheHail Boad Steamera, Fare on
this Una la charged but ones.
Meala And St Ate rooms Are All lntluded.
. J. U. HL'KBANK. Ag t, Sonduskv.
jyi.'f.
Arrival this Day
O K
$5,000 WORTH!'
Newe st De s i g n s !
.
ar
Vlilnil'lllnn e'-
OK
Foreign ailtl AlllPriPiin lpiVflrV '
lUIlUtl ami iVIlUlltini JCVrtirj .
v.i- 1110
IflllM C!IJ V I) tTI l I
JUXliN Oil Hill Y UU1J.
Jeweler, ClfRB's Kllildisatr, Mi'l
'I'll Hal aitreel, Ittiytoit, stlllO,
UEtiPEOl 'FULLY intimates to the public
thst ha hAA just received ONE OF the!
LARGKST A-SOHTVIKNTS OF JKWKI.RV KV..RI.
l A . 1 1 NF, UIRLCT
r which he will
1 1 ' J'!."' IVH V !? V ""J""0' f"." t0 lniv
! ! ! Cf. J. ,hfceomprtiies
: BROUGHT TO UAk TON AT ONK 1
I r iiii.ii i.i..la.l ani riew t
a.
i
ui.
from
Btruacau Carbauclo sietis.
Do Coral, Do
Do Lara, Do
Do .. . Homan MobbIc, Do
Do rior online, Do
Do ' Cameo, Do
Do Jet, Do,
Jet bracelets with rich Gold mountings.
Lava do with richly csrved heads,
tiold Bracelets.
Coral, de
ueau. uo
lops.
. . .... . ...
' m.;,.i. I. i. , " . . TC nk"
. " 'u n.'"', "if ' ' , ,
cr,';Jriv' d richly painteilBrA.t Pin. And
Lsdie.' "hitre'Aiue Pins.
Hold Vestl'hAlns.
f Allies' chAttelnlne, do.
Plated ijpods coin irislnj Ico Pitchers, RrenkfASt
Castor KettA, Ao. .uitAble for the season.
Aud An immense number of other articles too nu
merous fer insertion. LAdiessnil Gentlemen corns
and examine our new gi oda. we shall haeepleasar.
lo show ing oven should you not pttscaAS.. All early
I N H Liberal dtsaounta al'owed for .Ash pay
i meills. m)vt
7 Fresh Meat Every Day.
KKVKOI.naJ A JCFFUltS'
I.M.. 1 1 4 1 It ' 1 .
. 1illlV lUfillilllU ITOV1S10U!
5th Street. 3 dtora taut of Brown atreet
' a w.ieAve
those
DAYTON, O ,
j TEEP cooswntly on bund Fresh Meats of
j AV .vsryalnd. Butter, K.ggs, sad Vegetables, In
1 sesAon. Produce of All ilcsurlptiouA obtalnalds saa
tr be had at their store.
I -Aatlieydothetrownbutcheriug,thePubllsaaa
relyon proouilng k'resh e.it tl ehv momninu du
I ring the week, i hey desire the people to kuow that
I on .i.ONOAy mornluK they ca iiocurr meat slaoght
I ered during the pievious night. 1'iiey will please
! bear thistn intnu.
I Thankful for past patronage, they solicit a contln
t uanoe of public lavor, determined to deserve It.
j . Remember 6tbstrset,adoors frora Ilrowastreet.
Jeito-lyo
1 FRANKLIN 1IOUSK.
CORNER MAIN AND 8BCONDBT6
VAI IUi, U.
sup
AhlD-
FIG-
. ' JOHN P. ClflHE, Proprietor.
HAVING retaken this well-known and
popular Hotel, 1 Am determined that Its good
reputAtlon with the public .hall not in the least
diminished under lay auperinteudejwe, but rAther
UiAt it shall be lucreAned.
The house hss lieen thoroughly eefltted.andevery
poAAibla uonveaieuo. addad to .very department.
Iheaubla.aaUeretotura, wUlbelachargeofcare
ul hostlers. jeja-amdAw
Ho, Every Body.
TIIE same old kind of Cheese I used to keep,
ai d no ail. lake Call around, friends, And get
re-
a sites lot to. l ourt.
rail.
Jy
Will bats it allauiiiuisr aiul
i. K. . UKU1IAK1,
No. OS Jsmeraou at., Ag't.
II hXl llli JON A I LI AN, lr th of "jii
WaatMfc
to Dridgt Builder
OKAEFD Prorrosahjw.il be Moied t th
. . . . , .nUlt.. UhlA.
ArnU ori OnVA, f Montfomwx tnuatr, Ohio,
maluraay, iituat 6. 1859,
rrh rtMMon of hri.w-"crowtha MaailMrar,
hm nnrh nd ol Htni!t-nrf.
PlKA Anil (MM'Hl'Allofi of th Mft b Al
IkAAlnrMAli! om. nfcnt All In lormAtloa Ml Allni
(nth. BotcontAlrwiIln 1h1 nolle. OAB b h Ad.
mm. will ha tATAIred tnr lhA nAwnrv AAdtuliAf-
trulur, pArAtA, or tnr th Joh coniplH.
UBpil"l ml" lll iiiiiiiuviniw
"I"'"''. "i "'"V-jj: -
nAP.11.1 1.. v I vwn. nvini'ii
JySxWwtt
Fare lletlucedt
Tnr PimPHtETOR fr TUB MASSA-
1 HOIT HOl'Sti Iiaa reilietl the fArenf TrAlwlent
Tl.lA Hon." will t kent A.
FinT- !.' H0tE ' The ru I nil l.orATiol or
1Mb Hotiae will he BillneleM miluoemenle lor mar-
,
,;,.,, M,n fo Brt, ,hl, he.,l-qi,r-
i no i r Aveier
wl'l ft"d tlilB the n.nat eonvenlent Hoilae i ln this
tr, "A It la anly fWIJ f-.t from the tircat l:entrl
.',', ..aniiniM iaav thia Hoiiaa ror all trains
jy
ENGLE'9 BEER SALOON,
" " .
ror'Baoktra Butlrlirg. afferaon atreet, M
.nAtronma
m Mi
' i
' WiIf m OO US ' '
. : j
Spr i n r 0 1 o thing.
other parte of the t.lty. .
i.A 1 . W. MUMfHRRT, Proa'r.
twaen Sd and 3d, Dayton.
KEEPS on lianJ the best quality nf Ale
I.aicr Beer, Ruox's Reer, Aiirerlnr hever ire.
Andeiiiinlta the het Ale.t and eerythln goad and
eoidiDA for the hot weather.
lie AiaokAoiiA nick nAekA for luaohi Cif ara, To-
iiacco, em,
t
Aa he Is determined to trerp A quiet And reepectn-
hoiiae.he repeitflllly eollells a AhAreoi uuiia j
f AtllB BI1.1.01
(
119 & 121, MAIN STREET;
119, S. SCHSFER 119.
HAH JUST RKCkilVrii) HIS SPUING
stoes of Pry food,coinprlelngerery thlaf new
AndoleKAnt Into line.
Fancy and Mack
Silk Robes,
Plain and
Fancy Bilks,
" ' Ulack----
Colored,
lattery Variety of style, bought recently, and sell
ing at LOW fKICKS.
SUA and I see MAnttllAA, . .
ShAwlA, Dusters,
PArAsols. Hoalerr,
Fmbrolderles,
skirtA Ana Trimmings,
I
neweiyies, anoai
IID I-AICAAl
Rcou
flrenAdlne, berage,
OrgantllAA AienciA Hones,
ChulIlM, Foulanii
ni-ksTA. AittTiais. vaienciA'
and Traveling Drein Goodn;
CHIN1KS,
French ana Kngnin
BrliltanU,(;inihainiA
Percalei, chambrayi,
Boye' Wear,
Irish Ltneni,
- Bleached ln5 Brown
bhirtlnga and
Sheetings, Ac.
FTRNISHINO GOODfl, in great variety, and at pri
ce which cannot (ail to pieaae.
SriUNG CLOTHING!"
Elegant French Cloth. Dress end Froci Coats; Ane
Fsncv Casslmere liusinesa Coatsi spring Ha
glana And Overcoats, the latest styles)
t'ashb nable Side Band Casslmere, .
A Plain and Fancy Casslmere
PAntAof All descriptions)
bilK, Sstln, VelvAt,
Marseilles, And
Farmers satin
and Cloth
Vests.
In fact he has saw on hand a full and complete stock
or all the latest sti les of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MBIT and BOT8,
FUKSPltlNU AND SUMMER WEAR,
snd which he will sell at lower prlcesthAn similar
goods can be purohssed for at any otht-rplAoefn the
Woat.
Custom woik will be given psrtlculAr Attention.
The public will pleAAe remember the plAoe. No.
lis snu ui, ulAin street, opposiie rAiuips nouse,
nAy
GREAT
isrA.Tioisra.L
nop
DAiYTO-lST. O.,
'I '' ' " COMMENCING
.Tuesday, September 13th, 1859.
AT a meeting of a number of the Citizen
f Dayton, ak tha Phillips House, on ths tth
insi., ine
I HOW
L. D. CAMPBELL,
! Or Hamilton, was ipeOiklBO Pkisiok.it, and
WILLIAM C. DAVIS,
Of DAytoa, Vice President, of the NAtlonal Hone
enow ASBOclAlinn. A aacai tcnaaues win n.ie-
fterbe Announeed.
jelo J. aiisiuri aaiiin.
stesT 51HXI Aqkhts Wartrd Tosell three
I new and unequal lel lavntlon-wanUa by every
fanlliy. My agents have cleared over 2S,000 selling
nnnrihii A.ll,.lf.ii . llfiht. oliean. easv to CAr
ry, and very takikq.. Several lilplomar, silver,
aiedal from Americao Inatituto, -N. V and 4 paten I a
I have been granted .c for tjiem. One patent in
! KuglAud And one In France. Put in 4 stsmps, and I
"HI send you, grntls, ffll pages particulars, of
' the best agency In the country.
1 KPHRAiZ DIIOWM, Lowell, Mass.
WHIT1 EIN'i GOLDEN HALVE
i is a step by wav of progress In th. Healing Art.
! n issilApted for Sores, Humors, Wound., aud every
inn.
onlv
P. WHITTliN, Lowell, Muss. 2a cents per
The ueual iliscounls tuilui U'ad. 6oUl by
Rind of externAl InhAnirr.Atory'dllrUu ty', ol w
eruuieornatuie,n manor bcasl. iladei
by C.
1 box..
UiiiKXlBts. "Annoilit thyselt Ard be Healed."
Tilt I
ftOLlifcN MALVF A Great HealiDr Heme
I dy. It is with muuh pleasure wa announce tha ad
vent ol tills new ariiviu in our city, h Inch nai met
I with such signal suoeets la Lowell, where it Is
omde,thsl Ihe papers have teemed with oases ot
! truly inarvulous curei. Thev chronicle one where
lthell.e ola iAfly was reaentl saveti -a esse ol
I broken ureas tj another where the liicol auhlld aaa
: saved a case or chttiug; motlier ol a lady whose
Usee was much tlisl'suied by scrofulous humor.
.i wnicn whs uriUKiit iu ."rnnui iuiivu a ijv
uaj.i Also.anothfi of.noldmAn.whohAd a so, eon
. ! his loot tor twenty yeais-curedla a few weeks -
ouroililenswlll li-tbeslowlng.ltliig At Ua merits,
j '"' woiiU-tBostoBHeiAld.
to
I iVT AuPVTB WlNTKIl 1AT THIS HtaT.
I csnVABS w.th the OOLREN HALVK. Bells rspldly
Can aiake good pay, Kor terme, tu., send sismp.
i . r, vrniiin,bwsva) wan,
J-tawdlww
China Vases,
. do FIGURES,
do MOITOCUPS,
do BAI.QUET HOLDER B,
'do Mantle OroamtDta,
I do Toys of all klnda and prlcea.
I jaS HkXhLKR, RIlMLKV h MAXTON.
Gas Shades.
i POT. EnifFHTed and rlnin Ulaw ,had
: J and Globes, very I
Churches and Private Uwelliugs Just received
7 1 utwi;i Lb U 1. XX 1 k V is. Pit A V flS
jeS
litCliLfcK, RkMLkV m MAXTON.
,
Table Mats.
JUST received Shaker, tee Urass, Chints
aad Oil Cloth, at
Je8 HKCkLkh, REMLEV MAXTON'.
Fly Traps.
A NEW invention of tliu aboy artiol
'"""hKCKLKR, RKRLRV MAXTON'S.
LAtSH W AhVK, in all ahupee, grades and
f nricss. iust received.
jetf ' HKfKLtR, RtMLBT MAXTON.
WATER ClMlLliHri A good artiol, at
reduced prices, fur ssle At
HKUALhS, BI.LM AT SiafWOIVA.
Jes
VVUKK CUV KKH Oval and round (all
. Yv siass) Just received at
jes nfcx a Lr.it, naii.r.T - m a a i vi n - a.
I;A1TKKS AND TEA TRAYS Just
. It received another lot sew st les at
JeS HKCKLe.R, RRMLHY fc MAXTON'S.
J'KAl HEsVTlCSTKKS A' good artiolr
Jes' HECKIJtR. RKMLKY MAXTON'S.
) TlfcUCE beet fci Ci Hams, just received at
u , i. n, w. m. usi.1111
I TIERCE best S C Be.l, very nio. at
1 IM.t W. "ai. CHKkM'l
On YV R Cheese, very fine, at V oent. tu
&U .loA.th.lot, At 1 N.A VI. M.ORXBR'
T I.SH Nu. 1 Whit Beh, trout, Mackerel
A and Codn.h, at 1. N. w. '
'j', I 1 I V L' i J I 1 1 ' I' , 1 .. I, .. vri m nMinu
I lIll&O rill'l I ...ruifi" v id. .
I J peaakas aad ash Km, all ml walah will be sold
Thi Lc&s Established
Cigar and Tobacco Store.
Munday"Ota'nsifer,
waoLinaa ao (itail diaikhs in
IMPOETED ft DOMESTIC CIQARS,
' ard rrimr peaoriftior or
T Q 33 A. O O O .
, i No. 70, Jaf sraon St , Dayton.
TI1KY araoonsUntly In reoeipt of arery
iteaerlutlon of Imported clKrB,of the mot fA-
II,. rant niiAlltTofhAlf BliAnlah
And wninuin olArA, sod n All Any order niAde
Bl"LV,V,ta7. iVer hroii.M to thia B-Aika . They
h.v tllMT xrTJ rM,t, of ehewma toi.Aeeo.
Thej ottVr their extenalve Block At aholreale And
', r., rsn I hd In the W e.t (
,,,.. i,,,!,,, i0 their stock.
TheiaAn UA tre tne oaai qimuTioi n.u .-...-..
UHin I'l.ni, tt I mv.ll Tnhai.fifW.tha
ineynava vmiiw." ,h.
k ... ie- . . . . i . i.i.m.i n I la tha lTAf A.
Rememlier the piece, 10, JeBersoa Ht., hjn of the
IndlAU hlef. ai)34
11V1 i.YOr.i Til IV
DB R. riCKEKINO
'RE ATS HIIF.U.MATISM, ri EURAu-
. A, Elillttitlo Kits, tSpaams, St. Vitus- llance,
Toiplil l.lier, HvtpelA. hkln llleaA, inrlineni
or hlHiriil Limbs, Ktltteiud JolntB. t ontracted
stitAAlea, W hllaAWAlilB(, uaa oi eproiai nrn.r.,
TRE
glA,
Consiiniptlon.ThroAt Attentions, IntArrh
Uleer.. Tumors, Goitre, lAneer, Hlielns, febns.
Piles. ProlAD-nsof Rectum or womb, Sinnal tutVA-
tnrt. lnftfAinaeneeof t'rine, etc., ete
IitseAses peounsr 10 remain iresieo mniosi imi
formlv with aucoess. Mercury and other metals
exttAstesl from tha AvAtem by uaa of a powerful
GALVANIC BATTER VI
Rlnctrlo and F.'cetro-ehemlflat BAths administered.
Fl trie A'Schines fttrnl.hed pallenla for home
treA'ment. Heotlle Room, to story ol rhtets'
Building, corner of First and Jefferson at nets, Uny
ton, tlhlo.
Coasu tatlna free.
N. B.All kines of Rlectrlcal or Medico-F.lrctrio-Al
AppArAtuA furnished on order. Jcts-3iDd
DB. JOIINlAOlN'a
HERB DISPENSARY,
OFFICE 94 MAIN ST.,
(Second door, Up Stairs,) RnfTnlo) N. V.
TUB CKI.KIIRATED DR. .lOIISSON,
Rotanla PhyalelAn, treats suocesBritlly the fol
lowing diseAsee:
Cuasumption, Dyspepsia,
Asthma, Nervous Debility,
Bronohiti, Headache cu'd in 10 m
Lung 4 C'est Diseases Scrofula,
Diseases of the Heart Salt Rheum,
Kidney Affections, Rheumatism,
, , rn-,t,.:nt. LBVB. .nd A m.
1 - O
Female Weakness Pimp leu.
Disetv.es of the Kar and Eye, Ac , co.
All who are suffering from the above nan ted dit
eaaea. or any other complicated diwue ol years
tanding, are tnformeil that they can have inrw ard-
d by mat I or ekprms lur the iinall mini ol (I tu a
neat package ol Medicines, with all necesmry dl-
reRilonianu mroicai a.ivii;e. fniicuiB inuuiu nppi)
without delay, as they can obtain instant relief
from the Doctor's remedies.
lr. Johnson's Medicine consists of extinct from
eholeeat nirdielnai foreign Ami nallve Roots and
Herb, mnnulaatured undtr hia own supervision, at
his lilspensary. aud therefore avoitling the use of
Mercury and other mineral poisons, that en nev
er designed for the aj itvm, to which nmny thcus
ands have fallen victims and gone to earl graves.
LOTION FOR THE ( OAI PlfcXION lr. John
so: 's remarkab e LOl'ION Ur besutitj ii g and im
proving ths Complexion, removing almost instan
taneously Tau. Freckles, Pimjdt s, te., bt-unt
to an ptrtof the country lor ti 00 and one post
age stamp. Addn ks
DR. JOHNSON, Drawer 404,
OfflceM Main street, liuttnlft, IS. Y.
N. B. Female Pills ai uu abox. jell-daVwiy
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'S!
j'ew and Beautiful Slylet of
Cassimeres, Vestinge,
) KISHIKG 0C0DB!
Z KEW STYLES OF SIUIITSI1 I
H In which to keep cool during the "Heat, u
si Term."
At BHEENE'B, r
BBEENE'B,
No. 1, Main street, Dsyton.
PS -
FOR BUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'SI
MANTILLAS!
Just received a large lnvolceof
FRENCH LACE MANTILLAS,
CIIANTILLY LACE do
VKENi.lI LACE POINTS.
CIIANTILLY LACr, do
Cloth Raglana and Doatera,
White Berage a bawla,
A T BED I CED PRICES!
jel JOHN, VAN DORfcN CO.
May Purchases
Just receiving
C'lieuiitV Byusiere laiiiitiuvr jailka,
Orgiitidi l.nwii,
Frrueh Ltiwit. Ifrrnitc Kr.lies,
I'rlnteil llernite sJi fitudiinn,
Ueraite A njtla la,
Ulut k Mlk ltolxs,
Pin. it Blark Silk,
ilUK Stock is now large snd ilesir' Me.
end we sre offering Goids at ORB AT RKIiVCTlON
on former prices. e are determined to sell t.ouds
VERY CHEAP tUli CAUli!
Jel JOHN, VAN PORKN 4 to.
MEW CA-ULMSTS
AN II
House Funiisniiift- Goods!
Van Ausdal, Discn & Co.,
NO U!t MAIN 'l Ui:i.T,
Are now receiving a large assortment of the
newest stiles ol
MEDALLION, VELVET, BRTjfcSBLB,
AND INGRAIN
C A. H PETS!
Floor and J'oif. Oil Ci'o A. (Vou and
Indii Malting, Kuji, Door Malt, Dtaygtl;
CURTAIN DiiMAbKS,
Lao and Muslin Curtains, Marseilles,
Quills, Alendule and Dimity (juilta, Window
tibadea and lloliunds, Window
Hhade Trimmings.
Venetian Blinds, OUt Cornices, Btalr
Rode, rurnituro Prima, Toweling,
Napklne, Muallne, fheetiDga,
Irlah LI none, Table Clothe, Piano and
Stand Covera, Table Damaska.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Wall & Window
PAPER.
Borders, Teasters, Decoration Taper Hang
ings, Ornamental Figures, Ao.
FOR bALE t II LAP.
WEST'S HOTEL,
COBNBB or
Columbua Avenue and Water Street
BANDUWKT CITT,
vino.
Z'K. w"T: I Prators.
r-f
Ilumea & Oo.'s Original
Mnsty Ale I
AT the stand formerly ocoupicd by Nau
erth Helnx.
HUalKSA. CO.
J. KOPP V'4.,
4S, JKFKBIOH MJK1T
Ths above nopulAr beverAste, bealaee every other
soolln drink ol thA aea.uo, will be kept on haud
He lav Ilea his eat Ineaula and ths public to esll
andseehlra. mi so
FINB CUT TOBACCO I
JOHN ANDERSON'S "Solaoe."
K. Goodwin it Bro's "Fressed.'1
John Uornish & Co' "Gem."
Jast received, and very fine.
Jy D. it r. 8. f HULL.
GLASS WARE.
JUST received,
He Boaes Tumblers, fron aa.ts. to S,00prdos.
SO " H OaI. t aady Jail.
7 i.uart Flasu.
AO U pint do
! Dot.a eruit Bowls, all sites.
S4 Goblets.
S m Win. masse..
LampOloews sod Chlmnevs, Gss Bbsdes,..d
geneial assortmesitof Nugar Bowls. Prs rve nishA..
Lawanters. As ,as for saA cheap At .
Maiiiitna, JUtMLKV f HMtoi't.

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