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, dnr1y Flm"tnt, Attf.9, W99. Democratic State Ticket. ro oorior, HITVCS r. BAN SKY, of Cuyahr.pt Crmnty. UStlTKNAt.t OOVttflSOR, WILLIAM IT'. SAFKORD, ot Rom County. , jrbaa or tun ctinaT, HENRY C WII1TMAV, or rit6old fo. " ArniTo or stats, O, VOLNKY IK1K8KY, of Mi.ml fonnty ' ''. - - ni.iatiBK OP IITATIt. A... . !..!...! r - WlI-lilAl BVJPUIM.i'i 01 wrm.iiu " p-.rtTAr or .t.tb. i JACOB RE1XUARD, of Krnlin Conntj. nnin or ri .i.io work, HAMF.H TOMI-lS'WN, of WosbinKton Co CHAHLKd rc AIXKN, of HnrtiaonU. tTBu.dirig Mtlr on Krry Psr u'Jl w a.For IyOl., Tel(trph, nd other matters of intret nnd luform.tion, .e First and Fourth l'aea. Where Does Gholson Stand? It se.rn that w presented th. "Oholson ' question" tn sv "new and novel" phase to our neighbor of th. Gaiette yeeterday. It j not uoiirrod tn our Third street eotem. . . , , . n narr that h. Waav usinif Judge U.'s nam. without authority or even bis oonicnt! bor aught th. Oazotte knows to the contrary, JuJie Gholson may b. in favor of r.-op.n- ing the slur, tride; indeed, he may bav. ' assisted In rouapturing slavesl Suppose we make th. poaitive charite how will our neighbor meet il? We will premise n baiis unnn whi.h ha mn liuild a denial: Trior to the j.ar 1844, W. Y. Oholson a reaident of a slave State, and wa. th. owner or slaves. In th. year 1844, (we Tee! pretty positive about the date,) he sold his .laves, with the exception of a few which b. made over to his son, and cam. to Ohio, Ilis motive for this movement ma be found in th. faot of bis ttlling bis slaves prior to his removing to s free f tate. II. doubtless expected to improve his circumstances, and his social and political position. It is prob. jable that be has been successful in the Lormer, if he do not succeed in the latter will be his owu fault. It is very clear from whatanLcars"on the record1 that Oholson'e practioe touching the nigger business has been directly antagonistic to the creed of the Abolitionists and of the Republicans, and has giyen tho lie to his implied pliilnntbro- py, nnd tho assurances of those who essay 'to speak for him. Crave charges are laid tho door of Oholson, Lut he replies never word; be auihoriy.es no one to answer him. Tho infortinco ia leguimato that thefe chnres are out all true, thcro iB onough truth ia thtm to umke it tin wife to venture a reply. Wn hold, then, tlmt the iniin who will rest under the nspemions cast upon (iholson'e fair fume (compromising friends, and certainly deceiving a large number who'buve generously trusted him nseuranooa made at a time when his nomin ation for an important post was aocured) possesses all the requisites for a first slave catcher. Certainly, Hro. Denny, man who will persist in remaining silent under the charge of selling a number .laves, and then, with the price of bluod Ait pocket, accept a nomination from s convention in a 8tato, ia capable or almost any outrage "a nice sense or honor!'' We have given you "something to go Mr. Gasette. If w. have misrepresented that gentleman is "in the vicinity,'' and can set us right. Cut we will not any thing in evideno. against our that does not oome from Judge G is not authorized by him. We Imve quite enough of thia Gholson-crouching; ar. disgusted with ths pusilaniuiity of creature who would deceive those whose suffrages h. implores while mutely wallowt ing in tho mire; and we detest the treachery of those who are laboring night and day crowd the villainous fraud down th. throats of the unsuspecting and trusting. This is strong talk; but it fails to get down to th. case. Th. fact is, th. position of Judge Gholson is without s preoedent onr State, aad Webster's New Dictionary to give us words fitting to the subjoor. the people do not administer to him and oo-laborer, a stunning rebuke, w. will somewhat of our faith in th. intelligence and honor of human nature in this portion I'v'ifV of God's vineyard. Defiance to Law. The constitution for free government the idoa that the majority shall No matter bow onwiee or unjust a law bs in the eves of the minority, it is duty to obey it until th.y oan gain sufficient to insure its repeal. Ths sition is that if lbs greater part of tbs tens of a Itepublio conclude that a OourBe of aotion ought to bs pursued, is mors probability of their beiug right their opponents, who ere fewer ia number. This prinoiple constitutes the fountain of power of all tbs power which oan in a Democracy Abandon this stand. and the government is at an end. All to bring about a d fforeqt polioy not only inexpedient, but absolutely treason, able. And yet suoh dootrines are promulgated by the so oalled Republican pa.ty of the present day, oud are incorpo rated into their politioal platform. oounsel resistance to and take up against a law, because it happens to be tagonietio to their views, a law which passed in Congress by a uinjorily of our tiooaJ legislators, where the privilege free discussion was allowed and the was presented In all its bcariugs. was no gagging done ; no frauduleut oast, but tbs Fugitive Sluvs Law was and carried, fairly, freely and openly. What was then tbs plain, ths constitutional duty, of tbs opposite party, but to peaceably to its requirements, until oould raise sufficient power is get it T This was tbs only true course to sven if they were absolutely that its provisions were inexpedient and just, But what reason bad they to (hey wars inexpedient or unjust. A majority of ths people throughout Union, men of wisdom, who had no oaues ol differently from the way they did wrs evidently in its favor. Their in Congress had presented niable arguments and cogent reasons Its p. flags, had declared il to be ia uoe with tbs provisions of ths Constitution atid voted for it; and, under suob eirsuaastaa. If soald faart bssa tbs pari of wsa tDlfcrgfl undsrsrandlna; in Mis" opposition, to admit tlior might hs mnl doubt aa to fhs .correctness of thsir opinions and to fear tht they wight have been mistnken. JTbej (Might at all event to have eubmit ,A nnniiall in tin will of III msinritjr , onn. . , . t .1 a . l..t I soling; thesssslvra with Ih rennrtion that their portion If a true on. would at last h. ' R,u Turn adopted, and remembering tlmt the niniim that 'tenth .ill prevail- bold. ,oo4 In poll- I tie. in l- thing else. This is th. Onlt fill Of Satron, WlllCh Will insure ""'J i for moment to Hepnbllea- fovernmenr, ( I f,,r their will always be A minority onovery qno.tlon, and when they rcfi.ae to submit, Any man or puny ol mti rt, . ... . it. - .l...iu'Ai oounirympn, una mwrapi m nm. ; " . ' who rrom..lKat. difforont dtr.nci poril , th. tace, lb. rly nnil linppinran oi mcir 1 . .. ... I ... th. nui of th. people, by duulnritiK that ltb)(V ,r, tt n4 th. nijriiy blow St th. foundation of tho prnment Not . . e Ity setting their opinion up amt mm oi Ar, th. tery liwiie upon J i I ! ! diry doctrines which tl.e.e inen d,ir. wronn, ny advieing araiod resistance to a law passed and guarded in accordance with all the es tabl lull oil rules of legislation they not only say that ibey are immaculiito, that they cannot err, but they make a direct attack upon th. only power, which we as a ltcpul lie can recognize Tbcy are traitors to the interests ol the country and aro leaJing their followers in the straight road to civil war and bloodshed. And yet this is the po sition occupied by the chiefs of the Ucpuhli can party in Ohio at the present day; this is hich they demand the suffrage of people and hope to rido into of. fioe. One of them has declared tiiot be would "slay" Bny officer who attempted con scientioualj to discharge bis duty, and their candidate fur Governor has siud that it aieutt ed be would call out the forces of the stato, and "use th. bayonet'' to prevent tho execu lion of Federal law. tnieh are the iocen- to N'o ' " promuiguro in our mius. i doctrines which should ut to blush every I ru American, every man who ha any rc . Pot tot the Constitution and tho security j "J prosperity of our government. 1 here is ; va "bun.l to appeal to and that is to the ! "ne. 11,9 patriotism and intelligent of the PP1'- At le bIIut ht Bt ",0 e,,8u""' I option, Ibey will teatify tbeir adherence to I Constitution and law, and put an effectual I quietus upon heretical opinions and base at , it 1 tempt, or political deinaijoues. SO -nltat.ie " Thc Journal hus a (1ueer artiolo this i ai a for morning which follows directly aftor the quaint beading "Organs and all That!" It starts off with an iiuulicd censure of our "lancy," thus ; The Empire has a fancy for cronting discord among the Republican, by its in- j terlercnce with the performance of what it calls tho organ of tlio party. Tho Journal is mistaken in attributing the if ! dittcord in the opposition runks to our orea tivo powers, tc puya us a compliment at the expense of truth. We decline it. We have bis on the ot in Republican-abolition free upon on,"' Mr Gholson, however, a right to comment on wlmt comes to light thruiigh tho columns of the puporsi and pass judgment upon tlio same, without subjecting ourself to tho charge of "iuterl'er. .nee with the performance (lame duck or otherwise) of what it calls the oriant of tho party.'' And, speaking of what we cuiV the organs ot the Republican party, we are re minded to ask just two questions or sir Oraul. or the-Journal: Is not the Journal an organ or the Republican party? Do you affirm the Gazotte is nut an organ of th. Republican party? You havo invited these question, intentionally or unwittily; what wn. not our business before you published the extract above you have made our busi ness by its insertion. We expect an answer to the above quostions. no oept po sition or had we the to quite in foils If his lose em bodies rule. ma; their power kuppo. oitii certain there than bead exist point at tempts are boldly They Grkklkv Sold. Uoe of the "victims,' who writes borne from Tike's Peak, Cherry Valley, Gregory's Gold Diggings, and "all along shore," saya of Horace Greeley: lie wus anxious to know nil about the goldmines, and those Eastern Yankees now in that region, knowini! Horace's failure a good subject to he humbugged and used played a niue trick upon him. Aa old Culi. foruian minor who has been prospecting at Tike's Teak, but very unsuccessfully, and having in bij possession about $400 worth of California gold dust, concluded to "sell" Horace, and if he succeeded the speculators and land sharks, in and around .uu uiiuua, were to present liiin with $109. Thereupou the sharper took his $400 in gold dust, an , planted tt upon a claim he bad btten work ing on for a month not areruging ten cents per day. Kepurtud all around that he had struck a rich lead, ami invited every body to call and Bee it, particularly Horace Gr. eley, who was to be "eold'' for a con sideration. Horace among otbors went tn see for him.elf and be convinced. The miner commenced digging, and in about half an hour he took out $150, when several, (those in the speculation,) made hint ofiera tor his claim, but not enuugh to justify biui in disposiug of it. One man offered hiui $4,000, but no take. The sharper then asked Horace Ureeley to dig lor hiiusell and be convinoed of the richuess of bis claim. Horace dug for about half an bour and took out $1,75, which satisfied tho philosopher that the diggiogs would pay, Ureeley told him bs would give him $0,000, half cash, or eauivalent. aud the balunoe as soon as the note was presented in New York Tho sharper uicrecd to the proposition, with the understanding that be be ullowed one or two days digging lor means tc oarry nun noma. Greeley consented. The sharper staid on me oiauu jubt iuuji nunuu tu unu itto uuo planted a day or two bslore, when hevaiur oaed the ranube Ntarted fur New York and had his note cashed, lireely then wrote his famous gold letter giving out to the world thut cold existed in great abundance Thus wus the Tbiloaopber sold at Tike's Teak. "The Thilosopher will not only open tho eyes of the public with regard to the Kansas Gold Mines, but be will be apt to wake up the Tribune company. arms an. was na of subjeot There votes argued t&.A correspondent of the London News writes from ths Uto seat of war : It is surprising the tnrror the name of the General occasions the enemy, t read an atii surd story in one of tho tSwiss papers, that the Austrian soldiers belioved it was enough for Garibaldi to touch or look at a man, and sav "follow me, and that bs immediately, whether he would or no, necame a pence. soldier. But true it is, they have a most do oided fear of him and bis soldiers. they repeal ed pur sue, certain uu. believe ths to acfa OCrCount Pulski writos from London to the Tribune : Kossuth returns in a few days from Ge noa Us has at least the satisfaotion ol having prevented an ill-timed rising in Hungary, which would have ruined the oountry, and which, without his interference, would nave broken out by the combined in trigues of Russia and France. 1 need not say that the proclamation published by ths London Dtar is a miserable tabriaation. repre sentatives undos for aooord. of lb K isaCertain newspaper writers seem de termined that Sickles shall not reside ia the country. They have organized a posse drive biiu and bis unfortunate wife outside (be pals of oiviliiotion. tickles object going, and ws doa'l know what will bs doas BELIEF IN TEH MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonio Wafers. eo"nlrtiUe. IM genuine nam. iirv A b.ing stm. JXV'n..r' OmiKt. Mmii'inr FeT.atniirn i IW7, ml llr.l article of the klnd.l er Introduced unclr th. nam o( "t'll.Montc HltlM," In tbl. ot any 1 other eniintryi all ether rulmonlo wafers arr nnnterti us. Th. genuine aa h. knon n hy th i .a on earn v a r r n. MO WAvRHt) B.li.v. reu.h.. tnl.ll. Soar Throat. Hoareanefte. PRVANS pulmonic wafkkh yAW'k XT Q'nUnomnon. t-tMCW. n,.v, Imlplrnt rnnauenptlon, l.iine IHwuh, "'" V:,'0,,,!!''.,.,,. iiKYANH H'l.MONin WAKKRH I rm,'vVrI-AnTi-CT.."A" 0 WaVkk" a Moe.ing tn nil 1'las.e. and nn.ttttitloas. In Imi'ln for nt ! ni o. th lti. KY A.N H ri'l.MONIU WAKH8 i.,..'.i'ij liltl tinallll UlilLUU Ji";';,,'';:,- ?,,!,." ;i.k.. URVAN'8 1'UI.momu wah(i . .,.I. r,. n,1 olt-aNitnt to 111. r.H.ve, btil .m-ot r,l,l anil InRtln ' Cura. IIM Ul w At run only r.lf v, but; ' iIKlANo rlJ I.MI H.,rr,ni.rt in tu. il.fnrtio to every on N'n Family should be without a bo of Bryan's Pulmonio Wafers in xntt ttora Travolor should be without a supply of Bryau'a Pulujonlo Wafers l nis roraKT. No person will ever ohj.ot to (rive Bryan's Pulmonio Waters i-'f ritT-riK rlBTi. JOB MOJKS, Solr Proprietor, Kwhntw, N. V. aril" by W. W. STKVVaBT, myis Kayloa, Ohl 8. 1 i Oil A3. B. CLARKE, REAL ESTATE Arm i ! i GENERAL AGENT. WILL bny nnd sell on Commission Real . K.tat. .il all klndl, Bnnda, Land Warranla, Not.a. alortaaaea. ko.l make collectlona and ncK"' tlate loan.. Will locate Land Warranla, Innur propertv at r.aaonable ratea In good reepon.lhle Lompiinlea,and do agrneaal agenc) and euuinil.alon hu.ine.4. ajy-N charge unlraa ta'e Is made. OlOoe with T, J. a. Bratth. Esq., Clrgg't nulldtng, Thlrd.treet, "rOH RF.NT. ' J? A FINE store room on Market strcot, very rx aultaMe for a firorery r Kan that part of thereon, now oceti pled able for a firorery r Hating Houae, being thereon, now ofleupiea ny I., a More, that fronta on Market etreet, may be either or 80 (cet deep. Al.o. a larire room on tn. irranu nttor, iv, for an olfli'. t.ntrance on Third alreet. Entjulre or A, a t. r. ire, or 1 fuka r rl intfv Jyl3 Kf Al F.ntKta Agent, -4 St. FARMS, TWO HANDSOME nnd hinliW improved I forms. xt nhout 4 mllft north of the otty, J6 no-et each, tirv V k ifk it I win uhmu mi part payment. ALH, 1 U4U nuroa In Hanoek County, not far from the rountt cnt, nd three fourths of a utile from aratl- road stattttu. loo acrea nnproveti, oniance exofiuni timiwr. Vory line Und, nod will be sold At a bar gain. AIso, i acreaone mile north wet of Union City, well Improved; a err It running throiiKh tho centre,- never lalllns; wntir, large (arn, gwtl bearing or chard, si-rlng, Ae. ALSO, m acres In lrke oounty, part good tlm1eri goinj Und, a No. 1 barn, paiutrtl, goo i home. $1,000 Mown, balance on long tlmr. A It, A number of other farina variously located acd all ver cheap, toto'tlier witn a large amouta oi uesira ble oty property of every descriptiun- Land, Land. I WOULD cill nttenlinn to Land now of f.r.d to exchange for City Property or Gooda, located a. followai OlilU Shelby, Ro, Al'ep, Di fianee. Henry, Kulton, Urrlte and WllllauiaCountlei. INDIANA Randolph, Win,Wni.aii. Stark. Jaaper, Pnla.kland Lake Counttea. ILLINOIS La rent'., Hirhiaud, Urawfurd and Jasper Counties. MISSOURI Ohatiton.W hni) ton, Madison Hlpley, Reynoida, Oregon and Shannon counties. IOWA Scott, lluchiuian, lljoue, Cedar and Van Burvn ('ountlea. MINNESOTA Dakota. Kaovaev, Rice.Bcotl Nd aidto,! f'oiintl.a. The above are choice land., and will be exchanged on the moat desirable terms on application to I H AS. K. CLaHKB, jyi Clegg's Building, Third street. To Capitalists. A HANDSOME new two story Brick Dwelling (double) on Brown street, that will rent lor Tin rantaiiT. on the iivistmxbt. 'or aa e by l HAS. t. CLAKKE, je Clrgg'a Bulldlaa, id street. CITY PROPERIYM Jefferson t. A handaome Lot Weat side, below sth at. finall Frame upon it. Second at. Mouse anil Lot he ow Perry, north aide. House, Two-stor BrlcK Large and convenient. LotSox2M. Brownst. Opposite Buckeye ut. Large Hrlck Houae and large Lot. CHKAP. Brown St. Corner of Anu. Two story Double Brick House, good Cellar, Well, Cistern, &o. will r, nt to pay 1U per cent, on the Investment. Mc Uonough at. opposite Urr. Two-etory Frame House. Lot soxlso. Fifth at. Corner of Montgomery. Ft ne Lot. Small Frame House. ALSO: FORTY LOTS! On the HI II between 3d and 8th its., and a large number or vacant Lota In dtnvreut parta or the city. For sale oheap,or to exchaugo for other property. CHAS. K. CLARKE Heal KHtate Agent, Clegg's Building, ad st. Farms. Improved, the remainder timber olgood quality, deep, rich, alluvial eoll. mere are iwogouu uweiiiug nuuinun iiiom ses, convenient out-houses, and In the midst ot a guod settlement. 1 III. larui 1. uuetmi ww i'iivo ... . - aero, being much lesa than Ita value. For sale by I'HAS. K. CLAKKK, Real Estate Agent, Sd street. City 4'roperty Uelrablt! Ileal- offer for sale on reasonable terms, a new and handaome residence on 'id street, be l.iuf Purrtf. Tne House is targe anuconiinomuus, wiin an m. modern Improvements and oonveuleucest Is nuely located, andia a xood neighborhood. Will be sold ulieap, H application t. made aoon. mhS Real Bstate Agent, Clegg's Building. to to FOR ttAuE, )) 0(1(1 ACKEriof Land in lllinois.on 0J JJJ or uearlluea of Rail Roa.B, aouuri- aing Improved Farm, and wild lands. Totuorto Having small tarma in tuts secnon, m., will sell at a good price, 1 would aay aell, and go where you can et a large tract ot land at a low price, aud where you will havo equally good niar- aeta. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Land, In Missouri, uotn tn. quality ana riueoi wnicn 1 will guarantee. For sale or exchange for oth er orouertv. on the most desirable terma. ALSO. A email hut choice burin in Clark Count,, wen improvea, win ue soia oncap, anu oitv tirooerty taken in nartuavnieut. Al.aU, A tine Lot ou Ludlow st, between till and Sth, lis by sort. alley back. A LSD, Garden Lota ol V J acres each, on the Hlver Ruaa, near the olty. AL.SU, A 3 story Brick ttusiness House, on Jefferson, between Sd and 4th ate., and a desirable residence on Sth at., bet. Main and Ludlow. ALSU, Fine impoved Property in "Miami City," and'l)ayton View," In tracts of from 9 16 acre.. All luraal.ctiCAr by CHa.3. JJ. CLARKE, feh'Jl Real itstate Ageut, Clrgg'. Building. ClTY PKOPERTlf. ALSO A handeomo Residence on Sth St., between Main and Ludlow) t story Brick, well furnished au handsuinely Improved yard. Pay. mentseaai. uhas. u !.., mhwl Ileal Estate Agent, Clegg'. Building, l CJEAF FARM. I Afl ACllKd, 10 milos from tba city,im- 1 JJ proved, orchard, springs, fcc. 16 acrea timber, and 'is acres bottom, fries Siu tier acre Fur .ale by CHAS. B. CLARKE, mhS Real estate Agent, sd street. OUT LOT. A FINE Lot on Steele's Hill, containing 7 acres jeautltully situated will be sold oheap, on application to CHAS. K CLARK, aprlS Real Estate Agent, Sdjltreet. LAND WARRANTS HOUUUT & SOLD at Cincinnati quotationa, or located In Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, by CHAS. It. CLARKK, mhS Third street, BLACK IIOTTLKH, at HUUKLKlt, KKMLEY A MAXTON'S. Jy pEAHlER DU8TERH A good article, jeS' HECKLER, RKMLEV 4 MAXTON'S. CTRAVED from the Kubsonber, on O 17th day of July, a Bay Make Mime, about rears old, maae an tali ahearad ofrT, with a mark he right hind postern Joluli some oollar marks. liberal reward will be given for any Inlormatlon which she atay be recovered. ALLEN FAUVER, jytat-lUlwtt No. 4 tie, straet, Hay too. , LUNCH' every 24ey, at lb "Metrs eiliaa," as I a MnnCIIANTS' Insurance Company, Or HAHTFORD, CON N". a a pUai7"0 2oo7o o 0 . lDrREcTuas. ManliStan Fire Iik Co, H (INCOBFOHkTFD 1B31.) OrriCI- No. M, Vnll M N. V. ao,ooo. CAPS CAPITAL, ' CASH 8URPLU8. Irvine Fire Insurance Co. (IKGOBFOBATED 1M.) ornc r, ko , tvnii utr. ct, n. r. CASH CAPITAL, $200000. .I CH AS. K. CI.AIIKr, Ant, ( l.'l Bullillna:,adat. FircmeVs Insuranccc Co. OF DAYTON. CAPITAL, . $200,000! AiMrd Xrerforter 1658. 0RAT3ABD, ANIBKW Ot'MP, .V.W1NIKKS, 11KMIY IIKHSLAfl, DANfKL KIKFER, I. B. MEAT), W. L. D ARROW", flAMI'KI, MAKBnALL. HKNRT BTOnOARD. TUIrt COMPANY, WHICH 13 ON'K OF tli. atronft.lit In the State, t.aure F1HK AND IMAHINR holicIHh un favorable terms and at rra.onanle rnlt-t. Attention la call.tt to th. fact that wa iiatie ntr.l tlna: Houae Pollcl.a running aa lone aa THRt:c VKAHS, If il.alreil aavlng to the aa.ur.l the trotihl. of annual nrn.wala, anil materially sheap alutrthe enat odn.uniaca ou this iAt-KS elaas of prop.rty. ifiii, pmi aiiiv oi nnmiimi, wiw" mmwu ana Thltd,up stairs 8. CRAiaURtJ,Pri'l. D. W. tnmaas, lec'y. norlS-lyrt .H25.0O0. Both eaally all OLD A ttntb At it XiVCrV JJlSeBBea Man and Woman HEJD the FOLLOW IN Gl DR. CHAM BERLIN WOULD nay to tho diseased of body or mind, that his atav In Davton It limited, and. hence the nei'eeflt) of ma King Immediate applica tion, II you with to be he led of your maladies.- r'enn.lctts oo patients except those given up every where else aa ii.ourable The reader niluht here ask, doea ha real'y eureaueh ceeeeor are his state ments false! Haa be oured an such w In Day tun or are his cures all on paper and afar oft t In reply, ha would aay, he haa eured, am la euring every day, just eucn raw. He haa restored to health persona In Dayton, who h-ave been sutler ing from various H five, ten and lUteen eara, and upwards, in a few dava. He haa eure and la em ing a class of diseases, that have bellied the skill of the medical profession in all agesoi the world The reader might here ini.utre.by what means sueh wouderlul cures are performed! Mot by Irritating thedelloite membranes of vital rgans, by drug ging the stomach, but by direct application of the positive and negative polarities of electricity. Again, n imgni oe asae-u, naa uoi eiecrncny o en employed aa a remedial agent for yeara.hoihin Ku rope and the United Htates, with indifferent auc eessl And, are not numbers now using It, tn onr very midst, with no better reaultl Thla la all very true: and when we consider tne ItTnoraune and reeKlesaneaa displayed in its application the result haa been more favorable than could have been au ticlpated. It haa been considered aa beneficial In a few cases, only, nnd uncertain even in those, There nas neen no nxeu principle ior applying mo ahuhi, and, therefore, no uniform result could have been anticipated; but owing to the friendly relation ex latine: re I ween eieciricnv aim neairn, remamauie ouma have been perform!, which have been looked upon aa a luck hit, ratner man tne resuu oi a nxeu law. The Ignorance dl played In the admlnlatratlon of thla mighty Agent, la unpardonable The current Ik generally a no lied throuirh thehanda or feet tn such power aa to convulse the whole ner vous muscular system, and frequently producing irreparable Injur ; so me times It is applied by means of metalic coniltitittirs to different parts of the body, which Is equal to a process of cauterliatlon Oth ers place their patients In a trough of water, an I by means of the Oalvanlo fatten extract their vitali ty, and when continued lor any considerable length of time, the efrct upon the nervous system 1 aimi lai to that produced by over-doaea of try oh nine or quinine. ir Chamberllnhaa seen the effect of uen treat ment for years, and the result haa generally proved injurious tot ie patients, proving conclusively, that no per-aon shou'd assume theresnonsiblty of admin istering so powerful a remeu wttnout understand ing Its effects upon the human organization, fcvery thing connected with Di. C 'a electrical operationa is new anu original wiin niinsen tits pnnoaopny for the electrical laws of life, health and disease, la A no new. Hla re table method for diagnosis of oil hv elcotrtcal contract, la newt aa. also hUlmoortant discovery In the use of ihe positive and negative polarities to the human body for the safe and speedy removal of a 1 dlseaaea. A'llanew, anduuknoun t , medical men, aud all others except the few who havebeen Instructed b him. By this mode of ap- ? lying electriolly there Is no guess work, no uncer ainty, no matter of doubt a. to the result that will follow. The diseased are Invited to call and witness the wonderful cures he Is dally ierfoiming. Onlce, No SuS Third street. N. II. Or C. now proposes to give a series of lec tures, and oonveraatfons, explaining the electrical lawa of 'ife, health anu dlseas ) also, a full exposi tion of h a iuiporUntdlaoov.ry In the application f eieotrioltv lor the cure ol dlSeaae. Those desiring to jolu the class should make Im mediate adpaoation at nis omoe. jyis to st. TELE DRUG- STORE, ISO MAIN STREET, BETWEEN MAUKKT AND FOURTH: W. S. ROBINSON, (8CCTKSBOR TO IIUnBARD & ROniNSOM,) TS NOW RECEIVING AT THIS WELL 1 known ntand hla FOURTH purchase for this season, from New York, Fhliadelphia, Baltimore and Cincinnati, a general assortment ol goods uaually kent in Adrst-clasa Drug Krore. hln'a Fr? ttic sortment may be found genuine Lu- : "Kiss M"l.,lt,'w, for tn Lftdl. Dupuy's Haule's HarilsoVL,1'"'" ,FrnUn. Glenn's, j Perlumeryj Fancy Sorl Wl B-rnjr'a an other such a, UaVin'a, Olenn-i, Haftvery style ami qua ity, Franglpana and catnuhofated S6aton'V Glycerine, -live and Genuine old hrown wludaorW,a.oln LlijUlKS. " 0-0 A full line of pure Liquors, by the bottle or pint,' for medicinal aud mechtnlcal purposes, Turner's (i in go i Wine, aud Blackberry Braudyj superior Ca tawba. Wine. DUUN1NO FLUID. Extra quality, suitable for Patent and Common Lamps. OILS, PAINTS, AND VAKN1SU. ut every possible kino, eolcrand quality. In rraat variety, bouaht dlrectlv from the M anu fan. turers, 'oreaxh, and can and will, thereiore, be sold as ehean aa any houae in this eltv. 1H (Ml 11 A Vlin UUUljAAii 11 I liLlfiS, For which I am sole agent for this city and oounty. Lwnivra sjui'i'ticu nt mc .unuuiaciurcn prices. FAIENT MKDtCKNK.S, Of every kind now in uae. HAUiolLrt AND POMADES, Of a thousand different varieties. W Li ALU Oil, AP, For th- certain destruction of inaeota on Plants and Flowers. (.War's Rat Exterminator, Lyon a Mag netic Insect Powder; lied Bug Exterminator, a ure thiiig. BRUSHES. Hair, Teeth, Wall, Whitewash, Hhoe, Seruh, Dust ing, Carpet, window. Faint, Varnlnh, Artist's m., A , without number. WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED OIL. Of the very best quality, always on hand; Glass and Putty, Fluid Lamps aud Lamp wick. toilet uoods. In endlesa variety, and of best quality. A large lot of Varnish bought recently at forced aale tn INew Vora, which lean sell tu dealers at Icsh than Cin siuuatl u rices. ALSO. Hobinton, Hair Toniu,Co ogoe Cough Mixture, Di- Hoi 4 en A by arrhuia Cordial, Horse Liniment, Powder, 4a.. Ac. guaranteed to give entire aatiifaotiou bJoan'a Condition Powder, Lluuliluu'a Poprio. Physicians' prescriptions carefu lly and accurately compounded, ol the tt siaUulura--nuue othur shall be used. To my Inends and the public generally I would re turn my moat grateful thanks for the 1 literal patron age extended to the late tlroi of H. t H., and would kindly soiicit Its continuance, as aleo an examina tion of my atoek by those who have not hereto fore ptruuiied the bouse. I am permanently located here, and expect to make friends and customers by lair dealing. Children sent to iui store for au) thing will be waited up and the same price charged aa If their parents uame themselves. . JUhT RECEIVED, Alrge assortment Fruit Jars ot the latest sty lei, and iK-allug Wax. BIKDH AND CAOES. Bird Deed, and, tn short, everything belonging strictly to my business. jyl6 W. t. ROBINSON. Dividend Notice. rrilE Stockholders in the Dayton and West. A ern Turnpike Road are notified that the Board of Directors on th. Sd day of July, deolared a Divi dend ul fifty (Mi) oenta ou the aharc payable at th. Sect'v .'s otnee (In the Auditor's ortlce at Eaton) on the am, 'iitl anil a! of July, and at th. banking of fice of V, Wlnteral son, iu barton, on Wednesday, Aug B N. DUNN, kec'y. Jy32llAwtt For Sale. MX House and Lot, No. 24 Centra street, la for sale. Any person desiring a nice little borne, .an now have an opportunity el aesurlugoiAe, on easy terms, by applying aoon to JOHN ft. OERHARO, CevuayWa, Ay., st Is Wiujams k) IVAixaca, Pay cue, (wi. ' , in in ff O C VV O U b 11 Q ! w w I (t . i ii t lfAnl XT'r'U frl m AHTAflft . fh4 llf.tUI.aV 1 I I . " A." to AHI M l. I IIHIW j SIMS' ABCTIO KEFRI0&AT08t At A. w. mt'R co. -a, MtMtew smintlaf . I nOyCET WATRR COOLERS, PLAIN IVATHK C(K)LEi:S, Zlaa aad Fonalaia, with tail wllhout raters. ai t. v. hii k i. 'n, nuatoa vuiiaiaa Maaser'a Ftrs Mtnnts Cream rraeaers, At A. W. KICK OO.'A, Hnstoa Bulldl'lf. Plssnce Hit I h 1 atsia, lllpimcl s.nns;n biith Tubs, At A. W. Hit K ro.'H, Huaton Building. Toilet Setts, Plain an ranfty, At A. W. RICK GO.'A, Huatoa Building. Ludlow's Helf-sealing Cans and Jars. Requiring no wsk, anlderlna or earaent. They aeal and open eaally. Kv.ry one wnrrant.il ppr r.otlytliiht. Al.o aoraw Top tana, Wax tan., and klmla of (.'ana. At A. W. HICK CO.'S, Ilu.lnn Building. DOMINION COU'l'K POTS, and COKFKE ROASTERS, At A. W. RICK a CO 'K, Hntna Building. general aaanrtm.nt of Tin. Japan a PreM.d Ware, At A. w. niL.iv a i.o,'a, nuaton diiiiuiiik. Whlt.waah Rruahea. Shoe Bru.haa. aomh BrilahM, Bruah.a, ln.t Bruahaa, Tea rtuatra,Juat re el veil from I he Kaat. at A. w. hiik A CO '", Huatoa rlulimng Stores and Boom furnishing Oooda, In general. A. W. RICE CO.'S., It lliuton Building. B.a For rr, Stoves and Ilollow-VVare. ay ton Foutitlerp. NEFF.BLNNET & CO., Proprietors. Store-roomn 9TO Third M. ' fur ft D-uot. in OB N B R A I ASSORTMENT OF Cook and Heating Stoves. ALWATl ON HAND. WE ARE MANUFACTURING THK following Cook atuvsM, and are prepared to fill orders protnptlyt "BANO-tJP Anx-iaHX, DAYTONTAN" AIR-TIOUT, "MTAMT VRKM111M8 ' "IMPROVBD BANG VJPf" 'CLINTON AIR-TK3H 17' Blavated Ovenj 'KINO OF bTOYEaV' Klevated Oven, ALSO, Tin Plnte Stoves, Hit nnd Seven PJate Heat ing Htovei, Parlor Htovee, Ac., Ac. OAST TEA KETTLES, A VBRY .urKRIOR ABTICI.C. Onr KaNR-IIP AIR-TIOHT COOK STOVE haa .uprrlnr It oontiniies to lie a great favorite w. aouia nil a volume who icatiuiouio,., necessary We are Agents for the sale of the Thla Rang, has been rotten UP within a few month, paat.and haa many advantages over th. old Rangca. uo you want a superior naugci mi auu ..Mum. the Globe. 170 Third street, Davton, Ohio. jyT-lradSmw IS K KF, BtN N ET A CO. Prices Reduced! HAVE now on hand an extensive lot of FIBS GOODS FOR STJMMXB WEAR, which I propose to sell at FRlCJi.3 GRfcATLY REDUCED for the next two month. FOR THK CASH. Tho e wanting olnthlng read, made, or mane to nnl.r. will Hnd It areatlv to thalradvantaffc toea 1. Remeinlier thu place Cheap Store, houtli-VVtst eorner i nira nna jeneraon ate T. . LEWIS. P. fl. I have Also a second hand Are proof Sal. for aal. very cheap. jyl'i 2md Ht ON AND AFTER Thursday, July 7, D. VV. WINTERS, No. 94, Main St., WILL FUT HIS Extensive Stock Down to CLOSING OUT PRICES! He ii preparing for Fall Purchases, and those desiring RARE BARGAINS t SHOULD CALL IMMEDIATELY! J1 OW I FINE WINES, ETO. Hungarian Wine, tninc niue, French Wine, sjHUiwbit ansl Champagne Wince, MEDOC 4 BORDEAUX CLARET WIXEtf, Of the driest quality and at the lowest price; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IIWltlTKvi't' HWIS3 CHEESE, CAPT. L. MARKGRAF, No. 276 3d atreet, west ,f Po.t offloe Jyis (Journal and Gaiette w u"' FARM FOtt SALE! "" A FINE Farm of excellent land, ly. a alx miles east of Da. Un. on the Yellow springe road, tor Bale at low ligures and reasonable terms. There are seventy acre, under cultivation, th. remainder being heavily timbered There ia upon it a House, Barn and Out-buildings; an orchard of 70 or so large bearing trees of good fruit, a never-fall ing apriug. aiiorutug running water lor atook, be sides a well of good water, at th. house: toget-.er with a quarry or good lieaeatoae. Th. whole larm is well arranged and haa on it good lenoea. Th. situation la healthy, and It la altogether the oheaHtst and moat desirable farm now ottered for sale in this part of tne eountry. For further particular., eslj on . P. NOLAN, teal Estate Agent and Attorney at Law, i1 tlay ton, Ohlo. Ho, Ye Anglers. CALL ' n J. K. Uebhart and get a nioe Ash. lug pole. I have got nice ones, and uo mistake, jys j. it. u. Choicest Cheese of the Season, and No Mistake! VrILLhelnw TT of Brown liavlug kept F weeklr receipt, during the tfu turner, s oeieoraiea tntwuv. enuer's Cheeae. I whloh la not now In the inai ket,) he arttrms that Brewn's Is fit iy eiual, if not superior to tt. He Invites persona to ca land try it, and if It la not aa he ulmiina, he will nut ask theiu to buy. J. K. GRBHAKT, Age t, Jyl 4 M Jeiterson st reet. TO FISHERMEN I afANB Rods. Lines, Hooks. Sinkers, etc., of the beat V quality for hshwmeu, at the Urooery Ktore of el- A UMIMARI, jyii No 8a Jetleraou street. Ho, Every Body. I LIE same old kind or Cheese I used to keep, m and ao mlatake Call around, frlenda, and get a slice for the Fourth. Fall. ii Will have it allfuromcr and J. K. GEBHAHT, No. 83 Jetferson si., Ag't. A Very Nice Article of Honey JUST reeeived, together with a fresh sup ply of all Binds of eholoe Groceries. J. K. OKBHART, Jy R4 JeUeiaon atreet. BAOB, BAOBI 2A(( 2 and 2j bush. Htark Mills Bags , 1 U V,iecelved this day w. can supply shin, nan aad Miller, la any quantity, AT IOW F lu ll R ES, at the cheap cash store of luHN, VAN DOREN A CO., July IS Ne.ee, eor. Mala aad Sd bib. Tor Sale. AllOUHE and Lot, on Main street, 1) irs . from the Court House, and known aa th. Temperanc. tious. Th house is well ealculaUd for a Hot' or Boarding House. Let 4H boat, by ,JU.g,luusstf mf KmK9tt, Notice to Bridge Duilder SKAFKD Prnpotnl. will b roid at b. AvAl or' OTTlco, of MonlKmwy cuntt Onln, I'njtnn, until o'clock, A. M., on Utuifly, August G 1839. lrolireminfhrt.imtoith.M.mtlTr, th. or(h arnd of Mlmlamr ;n and ir'"itrtlooof th. pnm en l tn at fllRllMka ofli., wh.r. all InlnrmMtlon rflMtlna th. a.m., notontalnnlln tin. aottr., can b. hi.a. Did) will b n-cHwd tot th ramanry nl iimnm- niimuiT, apparatr, or ,or tit. jon conipi.T., Ma.nnry to lieeomplcted thla (alii aiip.r.lmoture aprlng. By order of th Comity r oinuiin.iiinprB. DANIKt, . DV1IKN, AuaMtfffv Jya-dlwtt Mollre to Bridge Itull4lfi'. SEAfiKl) irnporfv!a will be rocciTcd n! thfl AwKtor rflifte.f Mnntprmnery Mimljr, thto,ln Daytufl, Knlll o'oloxk( A.M., on HftturdfiT, Aukubi C, ' th rrrrtlon of flrirtirr Acrnii th Mlnml hv At t.krrolton, nAr wlipn th (-iinty Rntul iPfunnfj irnm turrfiiiitn wetT onuiM mm rivrr. MM will hm rvNMYiM. for ih mit'tmrr nil tinrr utrtmtnif, itrpBirftt for llto Jobcompiftn. nml una villlniiiion en . nwn rt inn nmre .ll otllt!, wlierp the OonOltfon of payment Ao.t wlllhmaVtl known. firid to br oomii'etH ItiU fntl. By onlpr of th County t'ommltntoorr. DANIKL If. UHVUKN, Auditor. JyHUwtt the I I aa Sealed Proposals XriFX b rpfifed nt tho oflice of Krioratftrv of th Jlrtnrtl of KriuAtion of the City of hn y tun, until the lAth )iy of Atijrutt, ihrtP. nit-nlshtnir the chonti with 200 onnU or n-ooii Hkkaryor Htir trw Hrrtwoott RhU mint tn for not thaatfAounla. Contrkot awftrtUHl to the lownt t.iWtlrr. Hvordfrof the Board of KdurMlnn J)i-4twtt A. A. BVTTKHF.FLP, Sre'y. rare iicrtucai: T1IK PKOPKItiTOU OK THK MAH.SA HOlT HUUHK hna hOiivhI th fare or Truniient Bonn, to l,60 per ilrty. Thii liousr M ill he Vt a FinT-ct.Ai HoriR The run t And location ot this Houe will he autneient nilmntr for 'er oh.nttnnd 1 ustnest Men to mnke this hpr.il -quarters whllrdolntr l.u-inrn-inChlcmo. The Traveler wl't find this the most ccuvenlt tit Hoiik' in t h is oity, u It In only fifty ftrt from th (irest Cnntrttl Omnibus! leJtre thU Houae for nil trains other parte ol the city. HUMPHRRV, Prop'r. VanT Opposition Steamboat Lint! cheapestTare m. Pay V.nr I'nrc no Farther than hamliitky. The l-'ostnnd splendid Upper Cabin Steamer rVjsrrmrtiim F'OttE'S T E ill CAPT J. P. WARD, Reaves S. D. fc V. R. R. Dock, 8andusy, every day rjuuuay v-n-v-jliv-tl j ri ncitlCH. r B. IOT I Ve laud, a riving ia Cleveland at e.a9 P. and con necting with Ward'a Fast and Splendid Upposition earners, &ea Bird and Arctic CArT. L . BI.ODGITT, CAPT. H USH. POINTrllCAHT. gA ' W rk ALh lla nnd -j In The Fsr by thin rout will be One-half that charged by Rail ltoads or any competing line of side, wheel N team en, No mat.iei bow cheap tde latter mv b Returning the Forester leaves Clevelandsvery even ing (nundays xeeptd) arriving In Mam usky at I A M . and Toledo at ft A. M-, ounuectlng with U the WF.aT4.RN Trains. KATF.S Ol' FAKE Catiln. Sandutky to Cleveland, H (10 " " Buffalo, 3 60 " Niagara Falls, 4 50 ' " " ' return 8 00 " New York, 1 1 60 " Toledo, 1 00 Deck $0 50 2 OU SO TJnlike Ibe Rail Road Bteamers, Fare on thlellue is charged but once. Meals and fttatc rooms are all tntlmletl, J G. IIUKKANK. Agi, rSandusky. Jyt.tr, 1 Arrival this Day WORTH . OF , Foreign and American Jewelry ! $5,000 Newest Designs! Is It OF TUE JOHN SHERWOOD, Jeweler, rii'Ku'H itiiiitlinir, aia Third Mreel, Uaylon. Ohio. DEMPKUiKULlsY intimates to the public l" that he hns just received ONE OF THE l.AKlifc.7.T ftlKUBlMKIVni UK JEWl.LRl EVKR BROUGHT TO UAV i'ON AT ONE TIMB, OIRKCT FROM KNGLANO and New York, whleh he will otfer for aale at suoh prices as cannot fall to Induce poreonaHo purchase. The atook oomprlses Sttuacan Uarbanclo tietta. Oo Coral, Do Do Lava, Do Do Homan Mosaic, Do Do Florentine, Do Do Cameo, Do Do Jot, Do, Jet braoelots with rich Gold mountings. Jjtva do with richly carved heads. Uold Bracelets. Coral, do Bead, do Ladle.' and Gentlemen's Sleeve Links and Studa, In Immense varieties. Coral, Lava, and richly painted Breast Pins and Lar Kings. Ladles Chattetalne Pins. Gold Vestohains. Ladles' Chattelalne, do. Plated goods com rising Ice Pitchers, Breakfast Cantor .Setts, Ao. -ultahle for the season. And an Immense numbtt of other articles too nu merous for insertion. Ladies and Gentlemen come and examine our newg ods, we shall havepleaswre in showing even should you not purchase. An early Inspection is solicited. N U. Liberal discounts allowed for cash pay tnenta. my2l BOOKS The tollowlnlng list ot NEW BOOKS, Jn.l ree'd. By WILI.AHO A Wllb'ATON. flodey's Lady's Book for August, Empress Catharine the Second. Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood. The Tin Trumpet. Lady's Manual of I'ancy Work. uintB to Uorse-lveepers. f tivvi vvu; icilii iy . ,jJtEADi IW, SPKLLEl' iC. - UU ATAiafJgllW 11SVUS XSOOK8. Thoolofe: vhm and Tsachers, JylB One door -11' t the Town Cloun, FRANKLIN IIoxjse CORNER MAIN AMD BBCOHt DAYIOK.Os JOHN P. CLINE, Proprietor. HA VINO rot uk en thia well-known and popular Hotel, 1 am determined that Its good reputation with the public ahall not In the leuat be dimiiiihhed under my auuerlnteudenue, but rather that it shall be increased. The house has been thoroughly refitted, and every possible convenience added to every department. The sit aide, aahereiotore, will beinohargeuf uare ul hostlers. jeJW-Smdaw Homoepathic Physicians, AND SUUUEONti, HtideC9 188 & 17? Main tirett, HELOW klXTU. Hpeolal attention given to CH RON 1C I semes, and Disraaes ol Women and (Children. t trtlce Hours Irom 1 to 10 A M., and I to I P. M. lr. iaeob Hosier apeuks the German language. Jl A N T. UALIV, Graduate Veterinary Surgeon, qniRO'OII suooossful A cures, and untiring lb-dustr- In the treaimcutof Hnraesand Cafle, as well aa Hoks, in his two years prantii e In Dayton, la fa vorably known to the pub Hoof May ton and vicini ty. He reituectfullv suihuiia ffft aoontlnuanoe of tiieii pa tronave OrftLE and Immmmaht. vomer M and St. Clair streets. Dayton, O,, where he may be found at all hours, both day and night. y t 9,i Btono Ware. TUST'.reoeivftd, Stone Jutt, Milk, Cream 0 and Butter Jara, Churns, Ac. sliei being from 1 toll Sls. UKCKLER. RBMLEY k MAXT0N. 180 Fruit Cans, "Improved.1 11 with corks. u u h Tut Tops. DO Oh IS doa. 1 so ' JuaB .eHlv4 at fcyfcA,sV, SSSMT MAZTOM'0. Bpr i n q 0 1 o thine. 119 & 121, MAIN STREET. 119. S. SCMM 119. AS .IDhT atoea of Prv Ooo KMIKIV Kl Hlrt .PKIaNU Ooods. eomDrl-.lnir erorr thln new acdeiegaut in the line. ran ov and lilark Silk Knben. Pima nnd Fancy Silkn, JtUck A' Colored, fnevery variety of style, bought reeently, and tell ing at l ow I KK M. and Lace Mantillas, Shawls, I jus tern, I'araiola. Hosiery, .ni!roulerle. Skirts and Trimmings, Aevr Ntylea, aid st KriHT( r.n I'su rs! Grenadine, perage, Organdie A Valencia Robes, Cballkes, f ntilaida Rerage, Antrlati, V a eneiA, Traveling Press Unods i'MINI.Krt, French and RneMnh, ' HrllHnt.(iln.-ham, Percales, (,tiain1rayNt Roys' Wear. Irish Mnrns, I.lnen Sheetings. Dl each ed lind Brown "hirtlngs and Rlieellntrs, Ac. rL'HiNinHinift (iUOiJf, tn great vaTieiv,anu ai pri ces which cannot fail tn please. o -j : 1Q1 SPlrtNGClsOTniNCif Eleicant French Cloth, Dress and Fioou Coats; fine Fany Cassfmere liisinrst Coatsj Spring lia gians and Overcoats, the latest styles) Fash I nable Hide Band Cnssttnere, A Plain and Fancy Cassimere Pants of all descriptions; Mil Hatin, Velvet, MeVraelllea, and Farmers Satin nnd Cloth Vesta. fact he baa now on hand a full and complete stock of all the latest st lea of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, For MEN and BOYS, FOKKP1UNO AND H.'MMKU WEAR, and which he will sell at lower prleesthnn simitar goods oan be purchased for fit any otti r place In the West. Custom woik will be given particular attention. The public will please rememlH-r the place, Nos, and Main street, opposite Phillips House, may tsiT5000 Agents Wantkd To sell three new and unequalled Inventions wanted by every family. My agents have cleared over 2.000 selling one of the n. Articles are light, cheap, easy to car ry, and very taking. Several Diplomat, Silver, Medal from American Institute, N. V., and4patents have been granted n-e for them. One patent in England and one In France. Tut in 4 stamps, and I will send you, gratis, 60 rages particulars of the best agency In the country. bPIIHAi?. BROWN, Lowell, Musi. viiitti;ivs ;i iri SA LVK a atep by way of progress In the ItcMinc Ai t. Is adapted fur Sores, Humors, 'nund. ami every kind ol external in Han n-ntt'iy uitlicu tj, ol what ever name or nature, en man or beast. Made only by C. P. VYHITTKN, I.owe 1, t.. 2ft ct-uts per box. The tuual discount, to the trnile old by Drunrlsts. Annolnt thvsell tind he healed." iu UULUMi h A Li r. AlrI H4'HJI,)g Hfu,e. dy. it Is with much plensuie we annouiice the ad vent of this new article in our citv, winch ban nu t wnn sun, aigani mccess lu lowell, where it Is nianr. tnnt mi- naners nave leenieu wi'n cates oi truly marvelo.sj cures. Thev ciironlclw one where the life of iwiy nm reemt-j aed--a case of broken nreast; aether where the liieol nchlld .hi savedA case ol cBtliig( Another ol a lady whose- wa wmh.ii '"kuicu oy scroiuious numor, which was brought . health nciion in a lew daysj also.anothei ofuktiiomao, wht-hnd a so:eon iooi ior iweniy jBara- cLit d in a I w week Ouroitizens wi II nt tie slov in getting at its merits, and will herald it over tlu Vond. ibuston Heiald. (VTAoRNTB WANTKD IS THIS HtaTH tO canvass w.th the OOLlUiN RAI.V. re Is rapidly. Can nia.-o good pay. For terms, fc.e. genu stnmp. j. r. wnn i(.n, i-wtU, Mass. Je2tawdlww China Vases. AO FIGURES, do MOiTO CUPS, Co BAinQ JliX HOLDER!, do Mantle Ornaaitliin, do Toys of all kinds ant1 v . Je8 HkCKLKR,HK&lL..V ' .. Gas Shades. CiJT, En(fruved aud I linn Olm and Giobes, v.'y handvome tultabla for Churches and Private Dwellings Just received. JeS HFJCKLEH, ItlMLH a MAMON. Table Mats. JUST received Miaker, beu Grass, Chintz and Oil Cioth, at JeS HBCRLKR, REMLEV A MAXTON'S. FJy . Trape. ANEW invention vf thu aboye article for sale At JeS HF.CKI.ER, RF.MI.BY A MAXTON'S. t LASS WAKE, in all shapes, grades and I prices, Just received. JeS HkCKLKR, RF.MLKY W A XTON WATER COOLERS A good article, ut reduced prices, fur sale at JcB HKCKLrR, RK I.KY MAXTON'S. WIRE COV EltS Oval and rouud (all sizes) Just received at Je8 HECKLER, RKMHiV - MAXTONMt. WALILRiS AND 1 EA "TUAVS Just received another lot new st lr. nt JeS HECKLER, HhMI.KV (. MAXTON'S. HERB DISPENSARY, OFFICE 86 MAIN bT, (Second door, Lp Htatrs,) lhiifalo; N. V. THE CP.LEUKATED DR, JdIINSOX, Botanic Physician, tieats aucoeasfiilly the fol lowing diseases i CoBBUuiption, Dj-Rpcjin, Ahthiim, Nervous Dcliility, HromrhitiM, lloadnuhefin'il in 10m Lung it C'eHt Disoasca Serofuin, DiHuueen of the UourlSult Rheum, Kidney Attentions, Rhcuiuatinm, Liver Complaint. Kcver and Apue, Fcmule Weakness, rimplnt), Diseases of tho Ear and Kvo, &s , Ao. All who are suffering from the above named dis eases, or any other aompiinattd d sea tie ol years standing, are Informed that they cau have Utrward ed by mall or express J-r the hii.all sum oi t i to a neat package ol lediclnes, with nil neresrHry di rections ami medical advice. 1'atU'iits should npply wlthcait delay, aa they ean obtain Instant relief from the Doctor's remedies. Dr. Johnson's Medloiue consists of ext'flcts from choicest Med Id nm ibrrifin and native Itoots and Herbs, manufactured nndr bin own suiieiviiun,at his Dtspunaary, and then lore avoiding the use of Mercury and other mineral poisons, that Here nev er designed for the system, to which many thous ands have fallen victims and gone to early graves, LOTION FOR THK t OAIPIKXION Dr. John sol 'a remarkab e LuTION lor beautitj iijg and Ini- f roving the Compoxtoni removing almost itistan aoeously Tm, Freeh 1h, Plinplcs, Ac, will be bent toaukpartol the oountry lor VI 00 and one post age stamp. Addn a DR. JOHNSON, DraweMiU. Office Hi Main street, liuftaU, N. V. N. B. Female Pllla $ VUabox. jelt-dwly GJYOl! Til IV DB B. PltaMTUG TREATS RIIEUMATIBM, KEI'vaL gia, Kplleptl. Fits, Spasms, M. Vlttis' lhuit. Toipld Liver, Dyspepsia, fcktn Disessts, Incli.unt Coiksumptlon,! nroat Alfeetioua, eatarrh, Perishtd or kularsed Linihs, htitlvntd Joinis, ontrM.tid Muscles, Whlle-tivelllog, Loss ol Special Senses, Ulcer., Tumors, Goitre, Cai.cer, Kiieine, rrlius, Piles, 1'rolap.uaol Rectum or Womb, Spinal Curva ture, Incontinence ol trine, eto.,elo Diacaee. peculiar to Females treated almost unl forml lln success. Mercury and other metals extracted from the system by uae ol a powerful GALVANIC BA'ITEUYI Eleotrlo and Kleulru-iuemloat Baths admlnlaterc d. kiectno A achinea furnl.hed paiieula lor honie treatment. ..lecliio looiu. td story ol thtets' Building, eornor ot First and Jeiterson slreets, Day ton, Ohio. ' ' Consu tatlon free. N tt All kln.i. of Electrical or Medlco-Klrctrlc-al apparaiua lurmahed on order. Jets-Said TIEKCE best ti C llama, iunt reeeived at 6 I.N. A W. M. GREENS 1'1'IEHUE best 8 C lieel, very nioe at I. N. fcW.W. liKKEN'g )l W Ii (Jhense, very fine, at 0 cents, to u olos. th. lot, at I. N. A W. M. GRhkN'S Ihrl-Nii. 1 W hile huh, Trout, Maokurul and Codnsh, at I. N. a W. M. (.KEEN'S DHIEU b'JIUl T German o'lerries, prunes, peaohea and api lea, all of which will be sold below former prices at BS4 I. N.A W M. GREEN'S, No. Sift, Bd st. ' E INGLE'S BEER SALOON, Becks!' Building, Jefferson atraet, bs. twseu 3d and 3d, Dayton. KEEPS on hand ths best quality of Ala. Lager Beer, Buca's Beer, (a Bupertor'bever.tg, aad eoualto th. best Ale,) aad every thing good and eoullug lur thu hot weather, H also aeps alck aacks tor lunch) Clgare, To. baouo, ets. A. h. 1. del.rnalned to seep qul.t ana i nana, a ra.ys.uuuy atuitfi palroaage. m)H is a ahare f pubiM