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Din ULAHX, KL'IIOB FHOi B.1KTOI.. Monrtaf EtoIor, An. X3. 1659, Democratic State Ticket. 1 FOR (lOVFRNOS, i.nii..i..,.ij"T. Mlit'TrltAXT OOTKKKOR, WILLIAM IT. HArTOKD, of ! Connly. j j nx. if op Tn arrpRMt tiorhT, IIKNRV C WIUTVAN, of Kairfirld Vo. Al DITO np atT, VOI.NF.Y DOHRKY, of Miami Counly. TRrAaiiBPtt n rtatr, WILLIAM IlllSIINKLL, of Rioliland Co. iWRRTARt Ot RTATP, JACOB REIXHARD, of Franklin Connfj. HOARD OP H'lIUO WORKR, JAMES TOMMXSOX, of WaahinRton Co rnMKo ROiiool. roVMiaatnvpR. CHAT5LM N. ALLKN, of Hartiion ( e. , I (TRrading MtUaron Erery Pajrr jj B)i.Kor Looala, Trlenraph. and othar matter! of intoreat and Information, lee First and fourth Page. Democratic County Convention. Tht D.ocralie Cantral Commit rVr Honl. gomary County, rrquaat tha Democracy of lh acTBTnl Ward and Towoahipa, to moot on Sat. nrday, lis 20th day of Angnt, at 8 o'clock in the afternoon, in each townahip, and in rack Ward in the City of Pay ton, at 7 o'clock, P. M , at tht usual plaeea of holding elmlona, and appoint i;ht drlrgatea from each townahip and two from each Ward, to mtwt in Ooumy Convention at Btckrl Hall, in Dayton, on Saturday the 2"lh day of Auguat, 1859, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to nominate candi date for the kllowioe; office : Two Reprecntti, Trenaurcr, Pruaecu ! ting Attorney, Oounty Commiaaloner, Coronrr, and Infirmary Director. Dy order of th Committee. i I . Democratic County Convention. B. M. AYRES, Ch'm. THOS. F. THRESHER, Sec'y. Inconsistency of Dennison. Mr Denniaon made a peech at tun a few day ago, in which he attempted : to brand the Detaoorctio I'arty with incon sistency, by declaring that it counseled op position to the Fugitive Slave Law in 13o2, whilo it is making its support of the same lew, the main issue of the campaign of 1859 The assertion that the Deraocratio Party de nounced the Fugitive flare Law in 1S52 is a - mistake. It is notorious that ever sinoe its enactment, that law has been upheld and its provisions put into practice by the Demuo. racy. 7Tiy have always been noted for their adherence to tho constitution and law, and especially thnt con Itrilction of the Con- . .' .... , stitutinn, which demands a rugitive slave j Law H the Union The mans of the Suulh were Democratic- thev of cuurse sannorted wire liemocraiic. tncy ot course sapponeu it, nnd ttie most ot tho rarty in tne oortn did ' , . ' , i the aiitiin. i he coiisorvatue men ot the old i liin Puriy supported it also, but one branch of that organization headed by such men as (liJilitis and Chusc and such as Mr. Den. nimn has proved to be, erecfed the stan dard of resUtnnce and enough followers rab lit'l around it, to enable them to construct a new party which wo h. - , " " uig. upimona that tbey might be web corned into the new party. Mr, Dennison woe one of these men. lie was a member of the Ohio State Senate in 1850, when the Fugitive Slave Law was before Congress, bat bad not yet been pnt npon its passage. He introduced a resolution into the body ol which ha ni a member, instructing our Itepresentatives to vote against it. H was violently opposed to the law, and denounced It on every occasion. Roaroely two years bad elapsed however, when we find him on of the State electors for (Jen Scott, and sup porting a platform which distinctly reoog. nixed the Fugitive Slave Law. One of the resolutions of their Presidential Convention oommenoed a follows: Rssolved. "That the serie of net nf the Thirty inrst Congress the act known aa the Fugitive Slav Law inolnded are received and acquiesced in by the Whig Party in the United Slate a a settlement, in prinoiual and subsunoe, of the dangerous and exciting questions whioh they embrace'' Ao. The resolution proceeds to deprecate a' luriner agitation upon the subject of slavery and closes by declaring, that such a system is "essential to the nationality of the Whig Party and the Integrity of the Union." Such waa tha position Mr. Dennison occupied in 1852, when there waa a hope that den. SooU would be eleoted, and the organiia tion ol th Whig Party kept np. Hut when that hop was defeated, and all chanoe of political preferment in that direction waa at an end, be returned to bis formor opinions and blued nimsull with tha Ret ublicans Ui wotut was "better to worship the rising, than seuig suu, ' and with a complete change of doctrine, we find him In an entirely new party, where he ttuod some ohanoe of coming in for a shara of the spoils. And he has worked faithfully for that object, lie baa don tin dirty work ol Chase md his clique for years, with the understanding that be was to b supported for Governor at the present election. He Is a time serving pol, itioian and his past oourse give assuraooe, that he will go with any current, whioh promises to secure hia own aggrandisement. He bos not one tenth part the ability or one tenth part the qualifications for the offioe, his opponent posseses, but he owe his nomi ination entirely to the personal preference ol friends, lor whom he has done favors. There is nut a sing! able measure or able aot, to which his supporters oaa point, while Judge Rauuey has been known for year aa one of the first men of the state ia point of luceiligcnco una influence. ! Kaksa Covtkiii,s The followiuir waa of 'ered by Mr. VYilam McDowell, formerly nf Cincinnati, a a substitute for th ridiculous preamble reported by the commitiM loth Bill of Right in the Kanao Constitutional Oouven tion. Th otjeet of Mr. McDowell waa to ridK eul the preamble: We, tbe delegate to th Constitutional Con veunon, grauful to our cooautututa for tha high honor tbry have conferred upon ua, ia lecliug us to ihie responsible, though not '. lucrative office, aud, aaiiafied that w come hara without fraud aud violence, or any apecie ' of skullduggery, and legislating aot only for tha millions who are to eouus after ua, but for puraely, (deairou of a speady completion of our tan. re, aa scrip i not recairoa ia wyanaoi City for board, )ed believing, as w do, ia th Individualism of th social foros. and the va rioua and aoaapluatad raauiacatioa of th is-, othra"al liua over lb beautiful prairies and broad b .Hows of this fair Territory, where th wild ludia.is one roved and lav wolf dug hia h .le ia lb Kniurd in Bo rompliriiy with the KvllOo. aud firuiiipb-d by tbetlubral luipu ; of a nwrfast, poliueai philuopby,da hereby snake, appoint, ooueutut aud t up tiie foj wiwg CvuMUuUoa. ",w;,5rP:; - Th'.(K. grateful to the Atnilehty (o) f th. civil nd full unit petlrrt n'ovnt:it of our tlphi s American cilirn., d.. h.rehy nnlain and eatah. ) ltah thin Communion of th Jliat of Ksnsa.. - ... . Gaatntioi' l.iavaus (arinldi. the hero, Who I. nnw arryte; imc aa the heart af th Austrian, i .aid to lo ft dmrendant of Mr. John Johnson Jones, who died at hie rraidcnrr-I in i'iBiiu'"rn, '"J r Well atbrateid hr dottumeot now la pnawwaioa a . . .k-i - i.- ...r.i of an grd eitiaen, that a lieauiiliil v.iin; ! d.tiehter of Ihla Mr. .1on, eloped from Poter.- ! hnro. aho.it th year I7M, wilh aa Italian tight- ; rop daaoor si meat Uaribaldt, who having ' amaaert an inmen(v tortnit. in Ihin country, returned to hi wn dear Italy, where a large I family and unalloyed fvlicity l.h'tsed th union Lln.JI ...JK:. tin .t liCil mind lll.lijl. ' .w.t-., ..imii.1. ..in umuiui T'" win....- ford l.tido. Mra. DanhiiMi rorrrpomli'd wilh j nrr inmrr timii ino oar nimp mi'" drain; and latin aubarqnrntly arnt orrf by Ihrrhildrrn of Mra. (I , Irair but lili r doubt Ul III law: Hid I llf WliiM'i hi mniiii mw i ii Italy, ao well and lavuratily known In ninii ford during th drat half tif the pat ceniury, ittrrtbMft HxprtMt. Still another rrmion : (Ifriiiudi A Sootv-hma. Scotch journal are trying le mabo ont that Warilwldi i a Cal edonian. Ilia father lliry aay, i a ahormaker at the Auld HriKo'tttirlinK, and hia nam waa Oarrow, Ilia aon Chriauan name w Ualdie coimon Christian nam iu eume district of Scotland. In conaequence of tome freak or nthrr the ton went to Italy; and the naiivn of that tunny clime, ba ng unable to pronounce the name of Baldte Oairow, traoiipoacd thi-m to the more mlliluou" 0nl'lJL rA,Wt commeod to tho attention of thoae Republican paper, which are exult ing over the election of (iencra! Houston an Governor of Texas, the following paragraph from the Washington Constitution of the llth inat , which any : "The Iinnjior (Ma ) Pernocrnt, from whiuh we quote the above, milit have added that Central Houston has uniformly and snal- lously supported the Administration of l'ros. ident Ituchanan." A (2,000 Rkwakd Okfkhkii The City Counoil of Cleveland have authoriied a roi ward of f-,0UU to be paid for the arrest and jeonvlotion of the murjorer of the lute K. T. Sterling. The county has also offered a To ward of 1 ,000. The sum offered by Sir. W. J. Warner will make the reward amount to (3,500. Here's a brilliant chance for the "Detectives.'' j i . A Tiger Story. A letter from Penang, dated February 10, iN.lvt, give the following singular escape from, but ultimate death br, the attack of A tigor on a Catholio missionary on that is land, which will be read with interest : My escape from the tigor, says the writer, was truly miraculous, but that of Padre Cucllon was still more so, as the following details of the attack upon that worthy priest will clearly prove. ilia nadra h. nn hi tn ,.!iur..h and ... .,n..un,i in ,i,. u iT ,,f his sermon when a liirer .. I,,. stu,'y 01 eefmon, wnen a titter, to lili utter surprise, suddenly rushed out of the or tail grass; but as the beast hod not ,' u"Mlsurc' ' "'sianee to a nicety, me padre, wlkl ,,u,ckiy, was more frinliteuod ,1...,. i.ur, t,,, ...,. l..,. i,,i,.i ... , miiu nurt iiioii);ir, Duvioier, uruslied so closely to the imdro that the littier's trowaeis re torn, tho soup ol thu Leust being with in a hair bpiudtli ol his lei;. 1 be brute, not concent with a tingle spring, madi anotlier cuarge upon the poor padre, aud a be bud nuthiug to deleni tiiin.ell but hi large paper umbrella, ha sinhi it out in the br"-' - . um tribe, L:r. . i i. least a dozen times, - oooupied nearly twenty minutes. In the mean time tha padre gradually edged toward a tree in an open space of grouud, and, as there waa a lurge white onia' nest between him and the tiger, around which the latter had to muke a small tour; this enabled the padre to climb the tree and uat out of his way. The tiger, on getting round the neat, was ut first puzxlcd at not seeing the paure, out in a tew seconds bo laid his nose to the ground, and soon scented the where about of his intended victim. The tiger, said tha padre, quietly ut down under the tree, and gave a wistlnl look toward me, but it fortunately was of no avail. The natives, at length, bearing tbe cries of the worthy padre, hastened to tbe spot and rendered iu niwiBMQoe rtqoireu. i tie tiger lied tbe the instant be heard thuir shouts. The poor padre bust into teurs, and sang Te Vcvm in token of gratitude lor his delivery. Padre Ouellon, however, did not rally long; the friitht had loo serious an effect upon his sys tiru, and in about ten days he sank to rise no more. Winner and Smith. .VdrGeooral Jefferson Uatis is reported much better. tx&ln the Tillaie of Berwick. Penn , a mm was erected leTeral tears alio to man utaoture paper from baas wuod.wbiuh is now idle, the experiment not having proved a auuaeas. Light for the Million ! Cost only One Cent an Hour, TH K introduction of MACES POUT A BLE GA.HGKNfcHA. ruR Into this city haa demon strated the lactaoauxiuualy desired, that ;as Li out is ouw within the reach oj all It not only LIGHTS thepltcesof IMU'M'KV aiU tha MANiUNsui the tVKAt.'1'H V, but will dtiM)l thedarkncai, irotu the HOvlivHoi taoaa d tha humhtar wiiuui Hie, ren dering them wneerlul aud happy, by planing gam withta their means. Call at J. Laiiguoo A ilro.'s Hardware Store, Main street, Onytou, aud witorsa the auctieastul triumph or this ItKtit over alt others. All the beautiful aud vai.oua tlenigua of LAMP.-4, UHACKK1K, PkNUANTS,aua Crl A N lKl.IKKi4,fur Halls, Par ore, and Churches, which aerve the tiininies uuruuiei oi uk.". a ji kin r tna i.u.ht Ann. double purposes of ORN AM KMT and LIGHT, con- atautly on hand and ready to put up on short no- tice. Arranireiuents ean he made with the undur slaued tollKht CouNiav Ciiunches, H ALi.-SroHtfi HHtps and HtcsiuxNiKS, on favorable terms, sml warrantod to give aatlnlactii a. Call tuiuuMiiateiy, tioua. W. A to U W INCH JLLL. prl-lywoem&dlwemaeo CiTY DYE HOUSE. No. 292, cor of Fifth and Stone Streets. THIS 13 ONE OF THEOLDKtiT AND A. most reiiabia aoiiaea in the West. PartUular atteutlon will he given to dyeing OtalFE S U J W L N , Searlet.Crlmson, Salmon and all other fancy colors Crape, rocniuu pruaivu oaawisueaoieu to order COLO ltD CAIlPET VAI I, Of all o lore aept constantly on hand, for, salet wholesale or retail t the old stand, the Dye House. iOJctL& dIN-LlJCOVHUTii, Lade to order for eustomera. And all Kinds of tun 4 ar pU, manufactured in the shortest poitible time tasult ouitomvra. AKood .tocK ol Carpetioonstautly Kept OB hand aud tor aale at low mat.s. CAbU Bald lor gooo oarpei rags, or carpet rags ta en in exchange for carpet. 1 am very thauaful to the public for their generous patronage, aud reiiectfuUy solicit a couUihihim i hesaiue. lapr-iu-lrVtUly vrj W M. TUHNkR Stop and Think. We are prepared to furnish Iluildinf MAunher 01.11 kinds o toe snort-ess aoue ..a as oueo a MIAitll C'll't. K.1NU, PRO. k CO. We .10 h.v 100 acre, of th. best LAND In the eounty, s mile, from Dayton, w.ac, whioh w will ell In percale to suit aoi-uheaer., troaa s acra. up to .0. For sl. low andongood termfc KING, BRO. A CO, ' ALSO II sr. of land 4 uliaa from Dayton, loorUi) (or sal. v.ry low. ' AiJO A GOOD SAW MILL ..Dahla of tutting SOOO feet of lumber par day, on tha eaaal. 4 m Ilea front Da lon.aoa in uie oe.i nei.nrjoriiooo lor lum ber, (oak, walnut and poularlln th.atata, yorsale v.ry low. JtlNG, BUO. A Jlko, Junea-dStAwIss. Wanted, A SITUATION, by a married man, a la a Whole. ela or Retail Mraewy and fro. rltloaauMa. Aadns jct W. B., Kaptra OO. ('rlpttrateSl I t "lint IMIU. . , , . ' . " ZtysMaa frwrflin,ir n thl Qnrtt. This lnv.lu.hlama.llein.it unfailing Intheeurr e all thoa painful and d.ngerous dleae. to which thefmle.oiiatltnllol.turgcrt. It maderat. .11 iIuwn and Mmovti all obstruction a, nj speedy cure way be relied on, ' to MARRIED LADIEB . I, I. -..Il.rlr ai.ll..t. It will. I. . .hnrf I1-, a,!.. h ...... " on th ntrniTlily fwrinfl wvtn tewntarltr.' " " Asch -"" P"" ","" "ovem- "' stampof " il'ln. to prevent eountmlVlt. CAUTION. Titnaa PiLi snoolb ear s tarf avrraiaLis miamu t. r PlRaT THKKK MONTH or l'ro- a ,tv , A. vtirv Ann ivac m lint n Mix ta . HIA.lt. BIT AT .HI OTIlia Tl MT. TnTT AIC MTf. , t nTmi. and PHnal Allactloni, a, B thr Bi and Ut., ratlnua on illht ,wll)lli ripluUoa of th. lirart, H.tailca and WbUr,,tnw mia will rmot whrn allolhrr mean hav failed) sml although a powerful resiedr, do not contain Iron, ealomet, antimony, or anything hurtful to th constitution. Full directions la tnpaaiihlet around oath park- et, whtca ahouldtxeateiulty preserved. Sol agent for th l'ntteVtatea and Canada, JOB M irB, (Lat t. C. Baldwin Co.,) Boehrater, New-tors. N. B.el,os and tlx poatas atnrana enolned to nyautlmrlreil Arent, will ttunire a bottle, contain In 60 pill, hp mall. Hold la Dayton by W. W. aVKW'AHT.and WALTKHS KKI,1U. myll OHA3. 13. CLARKE, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGKNT. buy mod nU on Cominiflsion Knal r:rit nr nil ktntlt, uomlii, l.na w RrrrinU, Noti; Mortg h. nnk itn.nni himI nvfiv t.fttt) intviii. VVlil loct IadU W KrmntB, luar lrierty t rrKtunitMe tmtm in food r-5i)t)tieit'l UNn ehRr(t uotffli tn'i li mtt. Offi0 with T. J. 4. Bintth, Bq., CIpck' Butldtnn, ThliMatrcfit. AHTOCK of DRY G00D8, for which a good IMPKOVKD FARM will be exchanged. Innulre of CHAT E. CI.ARKK. ugl Clegg'a Building, Third et FOR SALE CHEAP. Iri ACKKS, on the River Road, near the J Cincinnati R. R , 1'', ml let from th eltyt amall rranie house and atable, ohoice fruit vinea, tie. A very deairable place tor a (tardea Lot. ( HAS. K. CLAHKR, augl Third street. FOR RENT. A. FINE store room on Mixrket street, very auitahie tor a (Jnery or Fating House, being that part of the room now ocoupied by K. A A T. 1. More, that fronta on Market alreet, may be either su or HO feet deep. Also, a large room on the second floor, SSxto feet, .ultAble for an otttc. Kntrance on Third atreet. Knqulre of t. A. ,t 1. T. .11. rr, or CHAH. K. CI.ARKK, Jyia Ileal Kstate Agent, Id St. FARMS, Tftt) II AN DMi.M It. and lliL'lllv imoroved fa""1, lying alut miles north of the city, 7A eacf, , 1TV- phopkh TV will he taken iu part payment. al-o, '"yr,,i'.,. r road elation, luoacrea lmpr..ve.l, balance eaccii.nt ""' V"? 'nd, and will be .old at a bar- !'" auho, ivo acresoun mile nonti ! of Colon City, well imirom: cr.rk running i:irouirh the centre. never tailing watt r, largo narn, good bearing ur chard, ai,i IligJ, Ac. . ALSO, SI acres In Darke county, part good ; good land, a No. 1 b.rn, pai""-' . . l,(hiu dowu, balance vi , tail u. !ra- ...-r:. tLARKR, 8d t. .Land, Land. I WOrt. D ci. attention to Lund now of fered to exctuDge for City Property or tioodi, located follow : OalU 8iifibyt JIom, Alton, D-fiance, Henry, Fulton, D-rke ftnd WllllaiutCountlM. INDIAN A--ltttiM..ph, We. l,eVao-,u,SLrk, J tut per, FulMkl&ad LW Couutlri, ILLINOI15 Lnwrfnc. Rich mud. Crawford and Jaaoer Count lea. MISSOURlOharuuu,WabhiiiKtonMaditton Ripley, Reynoidi. Oregou and (Shannon Counties.. IOWA Scott, Uucnauao, lluonw, Cedar and Van Durco Countlei, MINKE30TA Dakota, Ramsey, Rice, Scott anu aioiteou tuunuei, Tbe avbove? are choice Uiiuh. and will be exchanged on the moat desirable terms on (application to jyd CleRfc'a Building, Third atreet. To Capitalists. A11AND80.MK new two story Itrick Dwelling (double, on Drown street, that will rent lor ten pna clst. on the ihvkiitment. Korsaiaby CHAS. fc. LlARKF, Jes Clegg's Building, d atreet, CITT PROPERIYI ! Jeffenoa ut. A handsome Lot. West side, below th at. Hmali Frame upon It. Second at. House and Lot be ow Per nr. north side. House, Two-story Brick ' Large and oonvenlent. Lot 6uxaou. Brown at. Opposite Buckeye t. Large Brick Houae and large Lot. CHKAP. Brown at Corner of Ann, Two story Double ; Brick House, good Cellar, Well, Cistero, Ac- Will r.-nt to pay iu per cent, on the Divestment. McDonoughst. Oppoaite Barr. Two-story Frame House. Lot S0xl60. Fifth at. Corner of Montgomery, Fine Lot. Small Frame House. ALXO: FORTY LOTS! On the Hill between 3d anrtStb sts., and a large number or vacant lits la different parts of the olty. For sale cheap, or to exchange lo her property. CHA8. E. CLARKE Real F.itate Agent, Clegg'a Building, W st. Farms. OJ J ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Aum Cx ner, on the O. ai M. R. R., one hundred acre improved, the remainder timber olgood quality, deep, rich, alluvial soil. Tnereare two good Dwelling Houseson th prem laes.convenleut out-houses, and in the midst of good settlement. This farm is ottered at the low price of $13 per acre, being much lesa than Its value. For sale by CHAM. K. CLAKHfc, Real Estate Agent, d street. FOR BALE, Of) 000 ACKKS of Land in Illinois.on tlJ JJJ orne.rllue.of Kail Koas, compri sing Improved farm, and wild lauda. Totno.e uaving small fnrmaln thlt tectlon, that will aell at . good price, 1 would say tell, and go where yuu uau et a large tract ol land at a low price, and where you will have equally good mar ket.. ALSO, 10,000 Aores well selected Land, tn Missouri, both the quality and title of which twill guarantee. For sale or exchange for oth er property, on the most dealrable terms. ALSO, A suiall but choice I' arm in Clark County, well Improved, will be .old cheap, end elty property taken iu part payment. ALSO, A line Lot on Ludlow st.,betweon 4th and 6th, 118 by SO ft alley back. ALSO, Oarden Lota of 7 acres each, on the River Road, near the uity. ALSO, A 3 story liriok Kusiness House, on Jetterson.betMeensd and tth et.,nd adealrable reaidenoeoufttn at., bet.Naiu and Ludiow. ALSO, Fine iuipoved Property in "Miami city," and "Dayton View," la tracts ox from to latere. All lursalecMtar by CHArJ. B CLARIS, VebJI " owl K.tat Agent, Clegg'. Building. City I'roperly Uffciruble Keal- ! . . deuce! I otter fur sale -ua reasonable terms, a x new aud baadsom resideuo on 'id street, be. lew perry. Tbe House Is large andoonimodtous, with all th modern Improvements and oonv.uieaoes; la nuely tocatad , and in a good neighborhood, will besom cheap, If appliuation 1. uade.oon. CHAH, E CLARK8, jnh8 Rcal Fjt.te Agent.legg's Building. "CITT PBOPBRTi'. ALSO A bundsnmo Iieaidonne on 6th St., Ixttwe.n Uain and Ladtowt S atorr Brick, well' 1 urui.weu u . uauu.uinvif iiupruveu yarn. ray. ubwHual K.Ut. Agent, clegg's Building, Idit, OdEAF FARM. I AO AC!!K.-, ID utiles from the oitOtn- i Vli proved, orch.rd, sorlngs, Ae. re. Umber, .an -to .era. bottaial. Prie. $40 per acre. ror.aieoy CHAS. B. CLARES. mho Real k.Ut. Ag;ent, Id ttreet.. OUT LOT. , - A K1NE Lot on tSteele's Hill, containing n. acres jeauttlully .Ituatadwiil b .old oha.p, oa apuUtaUua te CHAS, I OiARKIt, aprU Baal : Agent, d atreet. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT. A g0LD at Cinolnaati Quotation., or toetd ta Iowa. Han.., Naur., or Missouri , by CHAa. B. CXARKK, S.M Tairdstaeat, ! j i i J 4 1 . I 1 a MKRCIIANT3' Insurnncc Company, OF MAIiTKOKD, CONW. a a p 1 1 a i o 20 "67b o o . ManliiiUan Fire hk Co. I INPOBFOR ATKO 1H21.I OI I K Ii, flo. ON, Wnll HI IK. V. OABH CAPfTAU, CASH BURTLUS, vaio.oro $123,000. - - . ' . i rinroRfORATiri iim orrn r, no , u nii Kin-ri, rt.v, CiSS CAPITAL, 9200 000. CHAR. P.. rl.ARRt', Arenl, tircK'a Huli.llm.l.lat. Firemen's Insurancce Co. or IAVTUK. CAPITAL, - $200,000! Bamri f Dirrrtart fur IH.II 8.CRAIHAKD, ANIIBKW Oi;NP, V-WINIKHS, HKNKY IIKHMAN, . DANIKh K I KKEH, I). K. WKAK, W. It. V ARROW, 8AM II Kb M A KM U ALL. 11KNKY bTOUDAHD. TITIM COMPANY. WHICH Irt 1 the strongct In It,; Rt.tn, t.sue. KIRK AN1 ' MA Ml Ml Fouci, on (avorahle tenna anil at rea-onalde rates. ' Attenllon Is railed ta the f set that w Issue Pwet- i Hug Houie Pollolea running as long at THHKt'At YKAKS, If desired aavlng f. th assured the i tronl'le of annual renewals, and materially ?hea4i- entugtne tost oflnsurnnce on thta large clnns of ""oiVe'ast side of Main Street, httween Second ' and Third, up ttalri I B. t,'KAIUUKD, Pres't. D. W. InniKot. Rec'y. nnrl-l)d GREAT ISTA.TIOIS3A.L II II ( 11T SUM IV i DAYTON, O., Tuestliiy, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. September 6, 7, 8 and 9. ATamoctingof anumher or tlieCitixons or liayton, at th. fhllllpt House, onthesih lust.. the and R. D HAR8HMAN, Esq. Or Davtom, was Appoiicrrn PrvaidknTi A. JENNINGS, Esq. Of Urban a, Vice President, of the National Horse Show Association. A Local Committee will here after he announced. jeW J. MILTON SMITH. itoiJKnT7)(Vi)EX, Plumber and Steam Fitter. No. 03 Jkkkrson utrkkt, ahovkThiiu), DAYTON, OHIO. Pumps. Haths, Water Closets and Wash-Staiuls, Fired and lif paired, mnd on tbe )nrlett notice, and most rcatnnabU 'e?rn$ ALSO A lnrne nu?intity nf Lift nnd For jo Pumps, WH and Cistern rumps of every dnurlttou,u hUh are watrantctl not tu itcnc ui In uinJnr Hi nar Cocks of all kluds, such as Wt.nh-tind, Ucer, Wa ter and Steam Cocks. Together with all kinds of Plumbers' OrflM Work All kinds of Hatha made ai.d repiired. 4TCa8h paid lor Lead uud Pewter. I&t j26-lw Walden & Marshall HAVING funned a copartnership for tlie transaction of a aenernl Hardware hu.lne.. have purchased of David eientz his entire stock of Hardware Ac , and are now prepared to wait upon their frleuda and th nubile at the old stand, No. Sao Klfth atreet) A liberal patronage is respectfully solicited. J2 WALDEN It MARSHALL. ' Vara. I HA VE sold out and transferred to Walden t Marshall mv en It Ire lnterrat In the. Ui-iiL.r business. 1 use this occaaiou to return mv thanks o my irtends and the publlo lor their kind pationage and confidence, 1 corulaliv lecnmmeiid mv iiim mv. ors, Walden 4 Marshall as worthy o the same, in all respects. jy'ift DAVID 8LKNTZ. DR. FULLER, Vetrinary Surfcon DAYTON, OHIO. Graduate of the School of Vetrlnary Medicine and Surgery, Boston, Massachusetts. Diseases of Horses scienttfica ly treated la the stables of owners or In his Infirmary. otttce at air. John Shellubcrger's ivery Stable, Jetternon St., just below Third. Innrmarv in the alley opposite etptt end of Market House, iu the rear ot mr. urice uuie s Livery htaoie. July IS tUw Ini Notice to IIiIsIkc Itull.lci. SEALED Proposals will be received at tlie uffloeof the Auditor of Montgomery eounty, O., In Dsyion, uutii Monday thfc liuth day of Auguat, A. D., 1169, for the erection of a alngln track covered bridge, (with two stone abutments and one atone pier,) aoross Ktlllwatt-r Rtver,near Umbaugh'a Hi. Plan and aoecineatlona can be seen at the afore said umoe, on and alter ti e lira- day of August next. oy urinrui ma kuuuijr vunimi.aioners. DANlhl, H. DHYDKN, J!TT-dwtt Auditor, Fresh Meat Every Day. (iroitfjt ihi:htoiv. Daily Meat and Provision 6th sUcet, 3 doort east of llruvn ttreet, DAYTON, O., KEEPS constantly on hand Kresb Meats of every Unit. Butter, Kggt, and Vegetable., in season. Produce ol .11 descriptions obtainable can be had at hia atore. LrAabedoeahlsown butchering, the PuMlccsn rely on procuring Fresh heat rv mv Moiiamu du rlngtheweek. He desires the people to Know tnat on .uoNoay morulug they ca procure meat slaught ered during the previous night. They wltlulcase bear this in mind. Thankful fur paat patronage, he solicits a contin uance of nubile favor, determined to deaervn It. Jiemembor6thatieet,3duors from llrowcatreet. J)-lyd CHEAPER THAN EVER! ff ".a a . a. aa r g . B . a a a a , - , -e -v -' aU Selected Coal, lor Family Vat, AMD FOR BLACKSMITUIN'O & MANDK ACTUUl'O AT 11 1-2 Cts. Per Bushel. ""-'"l-l. ny part of the city. iwavuie House, or at Slln- IIKt.1 Vtlttl) in Onleri leil at the K tek'e Grocery, arner Jett.'rson and Market ttreeta. will b. piomptly and tatis'nciorlly ailed. Ample nlerenee. as to quality ol Coal, ac, given. aug6-dlui 1', H. com, Ag't. NOTICE iS hereby piven that a petition will be pre. sent. to the Commlislnncr. of Montgomery eounty, .1 th.lr Oenteuiber aea.lon. nravlni i... n.- .t.bll.hlug ot ft Count v Road, beKinuinir ul or ner tiie.ectioii line, two miles south ol Ceutravliu nn the Dayloa and Lebanon turnpike Road, la Wash ington lown.htp, In aald county, and 1o run ea.t from said point on or near the seition line to tbe Ceutrevllle aud Waynesville roail, running on tha aouth along the lines ol the land of Mrs. Ann Mur phy, John a. Roberts, Robert Sesra and John P. Scare, aud on th. nortn .long the Hue. of Ihe land nf J. A. Watkins, Thome. Hetft.ld, John s. Robert., John a. Wllaou and Mara Anderiou, the dutance iroin the starting to tbe point of termination 'dug .bout two nillet. .iMfJ-jod-dlwAwtt uwM.j. nAirinLU. and others. OK IU)XKd LetLOns, in prune order, iust AJf reo.lv.d. j D. A 9. B. SHULL. Vfi BOXtCdof extra nioe Oranges, justre tlvedby BRANDKNBURO A CO.. j.U-lwd aio. aw. Third Sleast. 8. It THOMAS WIS0E8 it distinctly understood that be U prepared at aU timet to do .1) kind, ox Carpenter and Job Work, sMf-aly aaep i on Bt. Clair .tiaet, 1 door aouth of Thud sC jrJi ii ii is m II U Ii IJ , ; ) ) i i I ! I ! I I ! I I Whitewash Brusliea, shoe Rrirnhva. otuli Brushes, I oaih Htusliri, I nut Brushes, Tf llusters, juat re- 0KOhN'v'd'r7VhrjK"ico-s h...io. Building u. ' ' LK C" ' H"?,,", uJ''lln otovesj ana Houa Formatting Oooda, . n.r. . . ,,, ,,,' . .,, A. W . KICK V VO. R, jl Huston Building. - - ... -ftr OlOVCS JilKl J lOllO - V V QFC . Hot Woathor. 4i in; in:wT4t 6IM3 ARCTIC KEFHIQEHATOaS t At A. W. HICK t ll.'S, Hunton Building. HOgPICT' WAT Kit COOI.IOUS, ii.ai.x ti A I Lit I'M ii.i'.i;r( Bolli Intiand roiwlalu, with and without Flltri rt. At A. W. KICK co.1t, Hinton Itiilldlnn Al A. W. HICK CO.', Huston Buikllor. I'lnnue I in I h 1 iihn, lli mid iMitn ItntU Tn1. At A. W . Itll K f 'O.'n, Huston Building. Toilet Belts, Plain ana) Fancy, At A, W. HICK A cu.'rt, Huston Building. Ludlow's Si)!f-enling Cima and .lurs. Requiring no waa, soldering or cement. They seal estly and open rnsliy. Kvery on warranted per ' leetly tlglit. Alan Scrw Top Lana, Wax Ca,and all Stnus nl aru., At A. W. HICK k CO.', Huston Mlllldln;. 'OLD DimiNION COI Kl'R I'dTS, and COKI KK RDASTER8, At A. W. RICK CO s, Hilton Building. A gsnersl aisnrlment at Ttn, Japan A Pre-aed Ware, At A. W. KHI. a CO.'S, Hualon Uulldillg, If ft ton Fo under ii. nEFF,BENXET ti CO., Proprietors. More-room 5J70 Third fit. Ia. oensral assortment OF Cook and Heating Stoves, ALWAYS 07t nND. UK ARK MAXL'FACTCRIXO THE fi follow Ing Cook Stovea. and ar prepared to fill orucrt promptly: "nANfj-rr" airtiuut, "DAYTONIAN'' aik-tioht, "MIAMI 1'KKMlUMS," "IMPHOVKO BAN'S HP," "CLINTON ATP.-TI01I r," KlovaledOvcni 'KIKO OK 8T0VEH," Elevated Oven. ALSO. Tin Plate Stoves, (Six nnd Seven Plato Heat ing Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Ac, AO. rjAfiT TT5A T ETT.LnS V''OA "iJ't i'f!''! A VKRY Sf'PKRlOR ARTICI.R. Our BANG-VP AIR-TIGHT COOK RTOVR haa no superior It continues to be a great favorite We could ill! a volume with testimonials, If It were ncci-sstiry. We are Agents for the sale of the This Hamre has been rotten tit within a few months paft, ami hriS many advantages ovor theold Kanges. Do mi want a superior Uangct Call and exaiuiue the t.lote. 970 Third street, Davton, Ohio. Jy7-3iudf.mw 1SKKF, DtNNKT A CO. l'otics to Stockholders, Oini r. or 'ritr. Davtom A Wmteri R. R. Co., Davton, July- '-nth, irtmi. , NOTICE in horern nual Meeting of thl Y civcn that the An na or the htoon holders or hub com pany, for the election nf Directors and transaction of other business, wl I be held attheottlie of the Company In Dayton, on Weiinestla, thetlstday of AUKUrtt ucT,iit'ivcin ui. noiirs oi v ami j i ojuj, P M jvin-(lwtt W K. DOGGETT, See'y. Peaches. RICH, RII'E AND LUSCIOUS. FHFSH from thn O'chard, in Warren county, every morning during the s- aeon. In wagons. For sale, whnlesa e and ictail, In any ifumtity, at the Agii cultural Warehouse, on ad street, east ef the Post Ollice j3i J L. WOODHULL. Wanted! IN the fluiirishini! village of Sonora, situate 38 miles west of Dayton, on the D. A W. R. R., a good Chair Maker, Harness Maker, 'tinner, shoe maker. Tailor and Physician. Good propert ean be bought on reasonable terms, and the town is growing rapidly, and la surrounded bv a rich agricultural region. App'y to J. Hanker, or i. Miller, Monora, or D. Clark, Unpire tlfnoe, Dayton. JymMf I H CASES Ohio Catawba, 1 J 111 Case. Ohio Claret, 10 basket. 1'ipei Heldslck, 10 do Anchor, A bbis. Kentucky Bourbon Whisky, t! " Old Rye Whisky, Just received. D. a. F. B. SHULL. JySO 1 MOO IMPORTED Ciiritrs, 1U,VW 10,000 Domestle do 10 Gross Anderson's Solace Tobacao, ft do Goodwln'B Presaod do S do John Cornleh A Co'sQero Tobacco, And a variety of Cavendl.h Twlat. Ju.t received. D. A F. B. SHULL. J30 LOST, ON yesterijivf, a note made by G. li. Hhep pard, payable to my order In alxty days, at a bank In Middletown. Amount stfln oo. Jy 0 J. N. HENDERSON. "LEMONS, LEMONS! 50 liUXKS Prime French Lemunn! IB Box a Lartre. Sweet Orana-est Together with a supply of Fine Candles, Props, Nuts, tic, just received, and warranted ilrnt-rate. BKANDKNbUKU A CO , Jan-iird No. sou, Third street. 1 Oi 1 I'OZ (iiaes Fruit Cans, "Improved.' AOU 71 das. " " " with corks. eo " " " Tin Tops, KKMLEY A MAXTON'8. Just received at UKCKLK, Prices Reduced! J HAVE now on hand nn extensive lot of FINE O00DS FOE SUMMED. WEAH, which I propose to eell at PlUCJiS GREATLY REDUCED for the next two months FOR THH CASH. Tho o wanting clothing re uly made, or made to order, will II ml it greatly to tb.lr advantage toca 1. Hemembor the place Cheap store, South Weat corner Third aud Jcfleiaon at. T. . LEWIS. P. s. I have also a second hiu.J tire proof sale for salo very cheap. jy in mud FARM FOR SALE! A KINK Farm of excellent land, lying six miles east of Dayton, on the Yellow Springs road, lor sate at low Hgures and rea.ou.ble term.. There .re seventy acres under cultivation, the remaluder being heavily timbered there it upon It a House, Barn and Oui-bulldings; an orchard of 70 or SO large bearing tree, of good Inut, . never-failing spring, allurding running water fur stock, lie- sines a well ot good water, at the house; tuget.ier I y vu.r- ui Buwt, uuie.iune. 1 ue whole larm I I is well arranged and bason It good fences. . The situation Is healthy, and It is altoirether the cheapest aud um.t de.lrntile lariu now ulteled lor tale In thi. part ol the country, l orfurllioi paiiicul.rtgcall on M. P. NOLAN, W...!!AttoKrM.. Ho, Ye Anglers. ' PALL nn J. K. Col, hart and get a nice fish. i'-jlngpole. I have got nice ones, aud no mistake. J' kl BAGS, BAQBI O 4(in 2 and 2, bush. Stark Mills Baa ' a ''eoelved Ihi.day We oan supply hlp. ner. mil hlill In-.,., ..f.-.i... . , ...... '.'.I; v.r.a, m. .u. UUV.U UH.n BtUrC Ol Jl HUM, VAN DORKN A CO., July 1 ..w. u, cur. ai am ana 'M St.. For Salo. A LIOUHK nnd Lot, on Main street, 11 J sqrs from the Court House, anil gnown as the Temperance Houae. The houae la well calculated for a Hold ot Boarding Houae. Lot 41H.H front, by 14 feet deep. " ' ' ror particulars, Inquire of jyl HKNRY KISSINOKI WENDELIN WOLF, Whole..le and Retail ' niAKiirAcriiitEit a ii:ali:ii "HATS" AND "CAPS 1M HO. 45 JEFFZRsOI tllSET, Wttt Side, between Second and Third DAYTON, OHIO. 11-All orders will be thaiiafully received and promptly attended to. febs-iyd GODKV'H Lady's Book, for May.ju.tre elved by F. . SHDAL . 5 HACKS, African Pea Nuts just arrived, jr" t. a r. h. shull j I f J , ! -i !DRUa fJTORE, iw niiw miircT, BKTWKK. MAKKKT AND FOURTtl. XV. 0. RQDiNSON, (H-orjwfio To nrmiARD Horn!,) JA NOW KRCGIVINU AT TlUtf WKI.U 1 knows ntnnA hli FUl'RTH iiurrh-tn fot tM Q,rt. a. Npw Vrk Fhlit.lo1ptiU, H-.lt I trior Mn4 ( inrlni.f tnrl tnr1 mri.t Of ROiHi uauftlly kopt In ft Aral -4 I a at Drug Htor. Amoni thr .urtmrnt mnf )W fnniftl (fu1n I,n hln'a b'rcnrli lnltaintA fm t kaa I i a, a U Ihm.i.i. lUnlf HftrrlDoii'a, W riitl.t', n-in'R n-. othrr Frlnnrj-, Funoy ttnii oi ecry t ) nni nun lly, mrh Hi tn's, f.?-n', HHl'tt Hcntr, Oi orrtn. i ruiiRipnn una i r-mj-nnf nirn ffiH ronnin, .r- Hive and Centilne old brown wimlsorHuap, Ao.. e. A fiJI line of pure Liiiuors. by the bottle or pint, for medicinal and uiertitnical pur,ioses, Turner's 1. Inset Wine, aud Blackberry Brandy) superior Ca- iaw ua vv ine. nUKXlK-OFLtlP. Ratra quality, suitahl for Patent and Common "oil.!, PAINTS, AND VAHN1SH, Of ererp po.slhle kind, tnlerand qiitlltl. t'KlllV JAUS, tn graat variety, tantght dln-ctly nor. th M.nofar turera, inroAh, and can and will, ihervlor., be told ae cheap aa any houec In 11)1. rlty. IKKKHAV Kft IIOI.LANn niTTKK.S, For which I am sole agent rortlilt eltv and eountv. Dealers supplied at the Manufaolurer''a prices. I'AI KNT MElHCINKrt, Of everr kind now In use. II A I It (II I M ANDI'OMADKH Ut thousand dl Iterant varletlee. WIIA1.K Oil. hOAl", Kor th certalu desl ruction of Insects us Plants and Klowera, oeiar e mil, j.iuruiiDiitor, J.yon s ivia notio Insect l'owdet; lied ling Kxterminator, a sure thing. BRUSHES. Hair, Teeth, Kail, Whltewaah, Shoe, Scrub, Dust ing, r.riKit, Window, Paint, Vainl.h, Artist', a.., Ac , without niimlirr. WIIITK I.ICAIl AND LINSEKDOIL, Of th. very best quality, always on hand) Glass and Puttj , Fluid Lnmps aud Lampwlck. Tt)II.KT 0(M)lS, In endlea. varielv, and or best quality. A large lot oi arm.li liousltt recently at furced aale in New Vors, which Icauetll to dealer, at lea. tb.n Cln sinnatl pricea. ALSO, RoMnson. Hair Tonle, Co'ogne Cough Mixture, 1)1. arrh.ea (Vordial, Horse JJoiment, HortH) Powder, Ac, Ao., guaranleed to give entire aatlsfutlon .Sloan's Condition i'owder, liougtiton's 1'eprin. HhyBlcUns'prrscrlptionsoatofullyand accurately compounded, ot the best mediciiiea none other ahall be used. ' To my Iriendt and the puMicgeneially I would re turn my most grateful tlmuk. lor the liberal patron age extended to th. late lirni of 11. a H., and would kindly solicit Its continuance, aa al.o aa examina tion of my .took by thoe who av not horeto lore patroulzed the house. I am permanently located here, andexpeettonak frlenils and ouatomers by lair dealing. t'hlhlren sent to mv store for anything will he waited up n and the aame prior charged aa u their pareute caoie themscli ea. JUhT KKCEIVED, A lrg assortment of rrult Jars of thelstctt styles, and Scaling Wax. It IK l)S AND CAGES. Bird Seed, and, In short, everything belonging strictly to my buHluees. jyi" W. H. BOD I !t SON. Every Diseased Man and Woman RElJD THE FOLLOWING! DR. CHAM BERLIN WOULD say to tho diseased of body or inlnd.that'hlaatav In Davton la llmllfil tnil. hence the neoeaslty of man tug Immediate applica tion, n you wisn to oe nenied of your maladies. Ilesollclts no patients except those given uoeverv- It yoi I lefts where else as luournble. as luournble. Tlie reatler nilarht hr ask, does he really cure such cases, or are his atatc- mrnii laisei nae neeured nv auch oaa In Dav ton or are hla cures all on paper and alar oil I In reply, he would aay, tie haa cured, and I. curing .very day, ju.t auch eaacs. He haa restored to health persons in Dayton, who have been surlering from varloue dlteaaet, five, ten and tlfteen years, and upwarda, in a lew-daya. He has cured and is cuilnga class ofdlseases, that have baffled the skill of the medical profession tn ail age. of tb world The reader might here Inqulre.by what meanssuch wonderlul curea are performedl Not by Irritating the dell. t membraaea ol vital rgana, by drug ging the stomach, tiut by direct application of tbe positive and negative polarities of electricity Again, it might be asked, haa uot electricity b-en employed as a remedial agent for years, both In Ku ro)e aud the United states, with Indifferent uo oes.1 And, are not numbers now usinc it. In our very midst, with no better result! 7 hi. I. ail very true) and when te consider tn Ignorano and recklessness uispiayed in Its application, the result has been more favorable than oould have been an ticipated. It has ben oonsidered a. benerlolal In a few cases, only, and uncertain even Inthose. There haa been no axed principle forappiying the Agent, and, therefore, no uuifui'm result could h.ve been anticipated; but owing to the friendly relation ex tiling between electricity and health, remarkable ourea have been performed, which have been looked upon aa a lucky hit, rather than the reeult of a nxed law. Tbe ignorano. dl played in the administration of this mighty Agent, Is unpardonable. The current I. generally applied through the handa or feet in aucb power aa to couvulse the whole ner vous muscular system, and Irequently produolag irreparable injury; aometimea It I. applied by means of metalio coilduotnrs to different partsof tbe body, which Is equal to a process of cauterisation. Oth era place their patients in a trough of w.ter, ao.l by means of tbe Galvanic Ratter) extract their vitali ty, and wben onntlnued for any considerable length of time, the effect upon the nervous system 1. stint lat to that produced by ovor-doses of strychnine or Uulnlue. Dr. cbamberlln has teen the effect of .uch treat ment for years, and the reeult hae generally proved liijurloue tot i patient., proving conclusively, th.t no person should as.uuie the re.pon.lblty of admln l.tering so powerlul a remedy without understand ing its ettects uponthehuuianorganltatlon. Kvery. tliliigcoiinecteif with Dr. C.'s electrical operations is new and original with hiiuaelf. His philosophy fur the electrical laws of lite, health anddlseaM, Is new. His reliable method for diagnosis of disease by eleotrtcal contraot.ls newt s, also hi. Important discovery iu the us ol ihe positive and negative polarltlea to the human body for the .ale and a needy removal of I dlseaaes. A'l is new, and unknown to medical men, aud all others except the few who have been Instructed b him. Dy this mode of ap plying eieotriclty there Is no guess work, ne uncer. talntv, no matter ot doubt as to the result that will follow. The diseased are invited to call and witness th wonderful cores he Is dally perloiming, Oltlce, No. so Third atreet. N. B. Dr C. now pioposes to give sterlet of lec turet, and convereatlone, explaining the electrical law. of ille, health anu diseaa.; also, a mil expotl tlon of his important discovery In the application of electricity for the cure of dlSeaae. Thn.e desiring to Jolu the class should make im mediate adpllcatlon at his office. JV1 ON AND AFTElv Thursday, July 7, D.W. WINTERS, No. 94, Main at., WILL PUT If IS Extensive Stock Of DRY GOODS, Down to CLOSING OUT PRICES! He Is preparing for Fall Purchatet. dailring -RARE BARGAINS! and those SHOULD CALL IMMEDIATELY) jy7 FINE WINES, ETO. llunKiirl'tn Wine, thine Vlne, ricurii Wine, C'lttuwbu and liniiiuiKne Vt lues, MED0C& BORDEAUX CLARET W'INEa, Of the Hnestqu.llty and st th lowest price; WHOLESALE A If D RETAIL. ALSO, KINK ClflAb'S, BW1SS CHEESE. LlMtiUK'JEK and KUEUTZEK KAS8E. CAPT. L. MARKGRAF, No. 376 3d atreet, we.t of Poat Offloa Jyja j(Journal andGazette oopy.) Fare lleiluccdl THE PKOl'UIETOlt OF THE MA8SA- . HJJ.IT.Hl,"K hM ''l"d the fare of Transient Board to ai,M per day. This Hui... .in tlT' . 771 fhl'.' H.',-AJ;!lHK0.U.". T1 "' nd LOCATION Of -V.. -.7 -"""' 'iioemeni. ror M , . , , . . , Depot Omnibuses leave this House lor .11 train. in oiner part, oi tn. city. w. HUMPHRKV, Prop'r. ASBIONEB'S NOTICE V D. w. BOUAEFKER have asslentd 'to all th.lr property and elfMr. forth. I - . . r-'.'. : ing eiam,. ag. properly proven, within thn month from VLi data. THOMai St HaKKFaav A-JTJr1 -- vnu, wivut vo in. u. uad.ralgued July OS, ISP. ' Ward's Ofi'Ofililoa ytnmbont Line! cheapesFfare yet. Pny 1'enr rare no Farther ihnn ntiieky. tht FaavAtRl salraiid Upper Cabin Slesmer J ' O R E S T Fj R ! CiPT.J. P.WARD, leaves S. I. kf). It. R. Deck, Hanitiisky, .very dsy (Snnd.v'e excepted) st i, o'clock, P al. for ( lavs' l.nd. a rtvln.; In Cleveland al . s P. M., and ?nn nectln. with Ward's I s.t and "plendld Clppoalllnn Steamer, flea Bird and Arctic (.'APT.C.C BLOIXJRTT. ( A PT. H. nH. Tor BufTalo, Niagara Falls, New York, nd AI.I. POINTS KAHT, The rr by thl. route will he une-naii mm ennrceu uy liaii itosda ovsnyeompettngllneof sld..wlieel Ate. mere, No matter how cheap the latter may be. Returning the Forester leaves Clevelalulevery even ing (Mondays excepted)arrlvlng In Vaiii'.usky at I A. Jl .and Toledo st S A. .M eouuertliig with all the Ws-S'l F.RN Trains. RATES OK PARK. Caldn. San'lmk.v tu Clevclnnd, l 00 ' " llufTalu, 60 " Niagara K.llf, 4 10 " A retura 8 00 " New Yor'a, 1160 " " Toledo, I nu Deck 1 0 60 t no 50 Unlike theRall Road Btenmi re. Fare on Ihiallne Inchargcd but onoe. Meals and State rooms are all Intluiled. J. (. BLKIUNK. Ag t, .Sandusky. J3QOKS Thefollowinlng list of NEW BOOKS, Just reo'd. By WILLAKII A WIIKATOm. Oodey's Lady's Hook for August. Empress Catharine tlir ieoond. Discovery of the Circulation tf (he Blond. Tho Tin Trumpet Lady's Manual of Kancy Work. Hints to Uorsc-Konpers. A I.0, A New Series of School Geo? raplw, READr. R8, UPKLLEKS, AC. Theological and Mlsoellaneoua Books. A LlltKRAL DISCOUNT Made to CLKaorME and TrAfitrss. , Slid THIRD STHKKT, Jyie ,n.' door West of the Town (ioos. DBS. JACOB & W. BOSIEeT Homoepathic Physicians, AND SURGEONS, Oj?ie177i; ReAjenct 188 A 177 J!fo,n ir(, BKI.0W SIXTn. Speelal attention given to CHRONIC Dlsea.cs, and Diseases of Women and Children, ottlce Hours Krom 7 to 10 A M., and I to S P. HI. Dr. Jacob Rosier speaks the German language. J) ANT. U ALF Y, Graduate Veterinary Surgeon, TIIRO'GII successful cures, and untiring In dustry in the treatment of Horse. and t'atle, aa well at Hoga, in bis two ycara practlco In Dayton, it ft vorahly known to the puh. Ho of Dayttin and vicini ty. Hereepcctfullraoltcltt a continuance oftheli pa tronage O.-run and laruiMAnv, corner 2d and St. Clair alreet.. Dayton, O., where he may be found at all houra, loth day and night. jyis Choicest Cheese of the Season, anil No Mistake! riLLbe In weeklv receipt, during the Summer, Ty of Brown's celebrated Cheese. Having kept Fennei'a Cheese, (which is not now In the market,) he alttrmt that Brown's la Iu ly eaual. If not tuuertor to It. Ha invite. .M.nn. in "i Yr ""d " " 11 B0t ' cslms, he will w, m umi. w uuy. 1. K. CKBHART.Age. t, Jyl. B Jelterson street. TO FISHERMEN I CANE Rods, Llnet, Hook., Slnkef t, eto.,o( the beet quality for Athermen, at the Grocery store of J. K GKBHART, jylt No 8.7 Jefferion ttreet. A Very Nice Article of Honey JUST received, together with a fresh sup ply of all Kind, of ohoice Groceries. J. K. GFBHART, Jy S4 Jefferson atreet. Stone Ware. JUST reoeived, Mtone Jugs, Milk, Cream and Butt.r Jsrt, Churns, Act sires being from I to 8 gait. HKCKLER, REMLEY A MAXT0N. DH. JOIINSO.VS HERB DISPENSARY, 0FFI0B 99 MAIS IT., T (Seeond door, Up Stalrt.) Bufflalo; N. V. HE CKLKBKATKD JOUNSON, Botanic Physician, treats tuccettfully the fol lowing diacasea: CoBsuuiption, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Nervous Debility, Brouchitis, Hcndaulieca'din 10 m Lung 4 C'est Discubos Scrofula, Dittoascs of tbe Heart Salt Rheum, Kidney Affections, Rheumatism, Liyer Complaiute, Kevor and Ague, Kemalo Woakncss, Pimples, Diseases of tbe Ear and Eve, Aa, o. All who are suffering from the nbove named dis eases, or any other complicated dieeaxe ol years ttandlug, are lulurnied that they can have forward ed by mull or expreaa lor the small aum ol SI 10 a neat package of Medicines, wilh all nccctarv dl reotloua anu medical advice. I'atieuta should apply wlUiout delay, aa they can obtain iustant relief from the Doctor's remedies. Dr. Johnson's Mcdicluecoosists of extract! from oholceat Medicinal foreign aud native Route and Herba, manufactured under his own supervision, at his Dispensary, and therelore avoiding the use of Mercury and other mineral pol.nus, that were nev er designed for the system, to which many thous. and. have fallen victims and gone to early .raves LOTION FOR THK COAtplisxioN-lIr. John soi.'s remarkable LOTION for beautifying and Im proving the Complexion, removing almn.t Inatan tanaoualy Tan, Freckles, Pimples,.., will be .cut to any part of thesountry lor tl 00 andonenoal ags .tamp. Addrew ' Dn. JOHNSON, Drawer 404, Office S6 Maiuatreet, Butt.'ils, N. Y. N. B. rental. Pills l oo abox. jcli-diwiy Arrival this Bay $5,000 WORTH OF Foreign aud American Jewelry ! OF THE ' Newest Designs! JOHN SHERWOOD, Jeweler, I 1kk'h Uulldlaiir, BROUGHT TO DAVTON AT ONK TIMB, DlRFcT FROM ENGLAND and New Vork, which he will otter for ul. .1 such price, a. cannot fail to induce peraont to purchase. T he stock comprises Etruscan Carbonole Betta, Oo Coral, Do Do Lava, Do Do Roman Moamlo, Do Do Florentine, Do Do Cameo, Do Oo Jet, Do, Jet"br.oelet.wlth rich Gold mountln.. Leva do with rlohly carved head.. Gold Bracleti. Coral, do Baatl, do 's',",'1 pentlemen'e Sleev Jjuk. and Slud.,lulmin.ns.vrletiet. i':' "U "nl "siuUd Breast Pins and Ladl.s' Chatielalne Pins. Gold Vestl'halnt. Ladies' Chattelaine, do. Plated goods oomiirlsliig lo. Pltch.rs, Rreskfa.t Ca.tor Setts, A., .ultable for the aeaiou. '"a,, And an Imui.na. nutuhnr nr n.K -..-i..- ... m.rou.fr tilMrtlon. Ladle, and Gentlemen com. and .x.ailu. our uewg oda, we shall have pleasar In ahowlng eveu should you not purcbaa. An ur! Inaueotlon Is solicited. 1 A0 rly N B. Libtr.l dueount allow. r. ...i. niy'aV WEST'S HOSTEL, , . loaKica or Columbus Avenue and Water Street SANDUSKY CITY "w A.'.' wast) ( Proprietors. mys-tf Warning to the Public. mwv j . ... . -ua unuersiKnea nereby warns the pub. .hahfl'""!"."''." him. ' STVWVirVTS'r,0'' py .i R- " ei.rs;rt, uuyivn, Uliio. RSPECTKULLY intimates to tho publio that he hae Just received ONK OF THK LAROUIT AHSORTMEN1W OF JK W Ul n v r, V AiiAMuairaa, Aiuy. , . sig-dawr