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NEW STOCK! " NK.V PRICES!! COO I) WORK!!! AT IVo. l.Ki, Main street. N. W. WILSON TH ANKFCti for tha vrrr ..hi-, ptitrnnaira heretofore extended to him, would afrnin eall tht tfiirinn or ttieptihltotnlils new and complete assortment of SummcrBootsand Shoes! Kmnlrvtlne none hut the hut of workman, 1 am eounilrniihat 1 cannot up the BEST FITTINfl A XI) ISE.-tT MADE Iinoti ami Shi.Mln the olty, itnil I will guarantee eatlstactlnn InalUaaea. UT Qlva ms Trial I j-f N W WILbON, IK M iln iln-pl, 5 doors south of the Market. ff. W. W. alto keeps a superior artieleof FRRNCH BLACKINO. jean, impotenctf Cured, AVD 1 FULL VIGOR RESTORED, IN FROM OVK TO TFIIUCK WEKKS, D !R . ,1 AMES, NO 70 WBT FOURTH BT., oni! noon nr.r.ow pikp'ni opkka housr. V I N ii 1 1 m A T I . DTt. JAMES CUKKS OLD CHRONIC, Mercurial, Syphilitic, and nil diseases of the kin, blood and generative organs. DISEASES FKCULIAR TO FKMALE9, Such as Amenorrhea, Dysraeunnrrhea, Metnrrliogla, Oholnrls, Nervous Hml Onernl Debility, .la , sue oeiNfully cured. DR, JAMKS' long practice In New Orleans, and the tmdoraemeut of aliunit the ntir Southern Vrcn, ihould convtnoe the mot Bkeptical ai to hli prollolenuy. 1'houftHiuli of tentlmonlala eould be producexl by the Doctor, from penom whom he hat aucceiafully trcuted, did not the delicacy of the itib jeot pic vent tlte jiubilcation oi names. DH. JAMES' olflce ii No. 19 Weit Fourth-itreet, up itairi, one door below Plke'i Opera-houte,where he can he eoniulted from nine A. M. till five P M. All Profoiaioaal Interviews Confidential. iHugn-lmdJ Electropathy. ' fttfiili thnu who dnim "trtatnuni upon my Syt ifa "J Practice forJle,Cure of thtir Uiteatuo. THIH in t certify tlint I have Riven Prof. w a tun cour.e ei lecture, upon hetubjeotol bieotropathy, auI hnvetullyin.truot elliai, hyprotloe upon a number of patient, in ilia general anil ihreot application of Kleutro-Gitl-vanUin ai-a UiKgn'i.ilo and Tlierapeutio agent. I baveaieo examined him with relert-noe to hi fhy.t- ologioal and FHtltoloKioal attainment., and find : him thoroughly qunlilietl therein. I thereloreap my Ry.tem of TherHpetit.u., and commend hlut to the entire contidenoe of hII thoee who dralre aklll- fuLtreatoteut ior their dl.ea.e.. Thfc application of'Klectro'galviini.m to the hu rnanayMtem lur di.on.e. by medical men In our comrtj-v, hav9 nverT(t'Xcept by accident) produced auMifavoralpe re.ult. a. were expected, hence urActitlouer.) not inowiutr that in it. application Ht wat goverity fixed end immutable law., have Had their oonUdence In ucn au afrcnt le.eened upon aimoet each .niiin?a1ion in their way. Hecent demon. trationehow.evert In our own oltyf and In neighboring piJtwe, have piodueed reu!. the mo.t eoavlnolng, thHt when ai)ihed according to the principle, regulating it to tho human .y.tem, It re- ' ailr.ei to the otratur the'mo.t .anguine ex)eota .tion, a. when eo applied it invariably actin thedi- ireorion ofhealtlr. The dl.en.ed are re.peotftilly requrated to call on me at So. &m 'l i Ird .triM t, liayton, o. Ph.lciauK who have objection, to make again.t the practice, are requested to addrea. me, .tatlngln rull their ob jection., and I .tl,a.oon a. the wither will admit, addre.. tiiem and the public generally upon the .cl euoe. and meet their objection, and .how more fully theclaima thl, Mlenoe ha. a. a 'i'herapeulic lor hu ouii tiie. vv. J. uiMilif.! 1, 'lin. Suoceisor t r to ilr.'hamberl Hr.AD Quaart us, . ad Bitiu.. 3d lliv.. O. V. M.. ) llAVTON. Alien. t it. 18A. I General Order.,4 )"uruanttoec.lWofanact"To no. i, a iiiacipiine the Militia and volun teer Militia of the mate of Ohio," the Volunteer Militia of the td Urlgade, 2d Uivi.ion II. V. M. are hereby notiiled and required to re)Krt them.elve. in the city of Dayton on Wednesday, Neptember 14. rM9, at vo'oiooli, A. ai., fully equipped and prepared .V do camp duty. The Brigade will go Into Camp at Phillip.' Wood. ;tetween the toll gate and river, on the Troy Turn iMMl,uii the Uth ol Hepteoiber, at lOo'olook, A. M., and continue iu aervice not lee. than two nor niore - than lour days. Uy command of Brigadier General C. L. Vai.lan .iuuiiam. It. A. HAVNbK, Brigade Major. -J-Kacli company will provide Its own rations, auglt kv edition or Strands llanual i AT PAYNES. A Manual fok Knki'htor anii Aihiinistba- tora, in the Hsttlement of the Kstatee of Ueooused X orsuna; Willi rraotiual J'ornin, Ace, iVa Hy Joseph It. tiwan, lute ('resi dent dl the Twelfth Judicial Circuit. Fifth Kditioii; liuvieed, Knlur'ed, uud Ad up ted to tho I'reaent 1'ruotice: iiy II. C. Noble, Attorney at Law, Columbus; with Notes of the hnautmente and Uccitiona down to i the Present Time: liy V. J. Matthews, .Judge of the Huperior Court, of Frunklin County. Ouo Volurau, Kvn. Price, in Law liinding, $1,50. The character of Swan. Manual 1. .o well known, that it would seem entirely unnece..ary, at thl. time, to .ay a word lu oounueudatlou of it. The prevent edition le believed to be muoh .ulterior, ia every re.pect, to any one heretofore published and the pubii.her would tnereiore eieoially recom mend it to the attention of Members uf the nar, robat Judge., aud fcxeuutora aud Administrators. Aug 14 A Guide for Guardians. ALSO - .HIST l'UlSLISHEU A NEW LAW BOOK. 4 Guide, with Forma, For Guardians of Minors and Probate Court, lu Ohio, oouceriiing the rlelellou ol (i'lardiau and Want, with Direction, and Forms, including Journal Lntiie., for all atep. froia the Appointnieut to tliB Final Settlement of a Guar dian.! containing, also, the Duties of Guardiaea, Waid. and Probate Judges, In all matter ol Guar dianship, liy F.J. Matthews, Judge oi Ihe Huiie- rwr vourl oi rranaiiu i oun'y, umo. uh vol., ountv. Hvo.. in Law Blndiiik. Price. 1 .00. auglt At No. au. Uain si., Dayton, O. COPARTNERSHIP. dr. wa. Koar, dr. m. kd. lbamam. I HAVE this day aasnoiated with me in the Practice pf Medicine and surgery Dr. M. Ed. Lea aa, ol thiaeity. Our o'noc la on Third ttieet, east of St. Clair, td doorwe.tof Ohio Bona. Dayuu, August 11, leea. auglt 'ODKY H Udy'a liook, tor May.juatre- salved br a"a . e. Html rJAUKli Afnoan J?M Nut juet airivei jrj P. r. at, tnuLt, ; !.. VOL., X. ATON 1 OHIO, Tlf UltSl) AT, AUG. 25. 1859, (2& THE DAILY EMPIRE. OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: Empire Jnildig,Tliiriit.,8o!tkiibitIiii Mfmi TERMS: Br Ts I Its, 00 pee yearlnaaeatio. local, p.r Week, payable to t hnoarrler. BInile copies, putap la wrsppere, Scents. Cincinnati Agency. Th Cincinnati Typo Foundry Company in our duly tuihoriaetl A Rent to make rontracta and receipt for Advertisement aiihiicriptiona, 4c, In thateily. To DirniniuMtiit. Tba Empire Job Room rein complete trim, and ire are now prepared to do work of all description! in the beat atyle oftheart. Call in and examine our work and learn our prioca. lT To AnvRTia. AdVertUement or Notiresfor the Empire mnat be handed into the office by tin o'clock on the day they are de tired to be published mot Itttr. We cannot auree toinaert them afterthathonr. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. who deoire to hare advertieemente inserted in the Weekly Empire ahould hand them in by Saturdny morning, at the latest fafuOnr advertisinR patron will perooive that, by onr arrangement of reading matter, their ruivnrtisoments will be always new a Tftry'important matter to them, U8ee4th page for Telegraph Report. ITTwo Show Oaaea for Bale. Enquire at V A. LAFEE'3, Jewelry Store. Oerman Mketiho. The State Democratic Oentrnl Committee ha appointed a German Democratic Meeting here, to be held on Monday evening, Bept. Uth. Hod. J. E. Egley, of Cin cinniti, and Otto Dreael, Etq., of Oolnmbiiti will address the meeting. We hope our Ger man Pcmoerala will bear this in mind, and pass tho word. TmirERAKcK Micrnra. There will be a meut ing of the members of the Dayton Total Abatis nence Society, at the Lutheran Church, corner Fourth and Jefferson atreeta, on Thursday ere ning next. Tho meeting will be addressed by Rev. Simeon 1'iowii. Y. M. 0. A. There will be a regular meet frig of tho Young Men 'a Christian Association at Wesley Olmpd, at 8 o'clock, this evening. A full attendance of the members ie requested, as important buiinest will be submitted. A. T. BABBITT, Rec. Sec'y. OrsTias. It will be seen by reference to our advertising columns that the "first of the sea. son" of these luscious bivalves have been re. ceived at the Union Saloon, 74 Jefferson St., un der Deckel's Hall. Call in and try them. Josh knows how to serve them up nice, Tux CHUBS Contests. Three games of chest are now being played by mail between members of the Oermantown and Dayton Cheat Clubt. These contests have been in progress about a month, and are not yet completed. We learn, however, that two of the garnet are nearly brought to an end, and that the Indication la pretty nearly conclutive that Dayton will win them. The third it in doubt. DT An eld gentleman named Hallowell waa killed while digging a woll in the neighbor hood of Lebanon, on Tuesday. The earth caved in upon him tod buried him. He wat entirely dead when taken out, and it it be lieved that he wat killed when the earth struck him. He had a wife and three children. Milk Sickkks. The citltent of Cincinnati are in a state of excitement jutt now about the quality of the milk furnished them by tome of the dairymen. A committee wat appointed by Mayor Bishop to investigate charget against Barney Van Lear for telling impure milk, from hit farm near Ludlow Kentucky. The report, of the committee, made yesterday, state that the milk was obtained f'ou diseased oowt and not fit to be used. All who retd the report will be tronbled with "milk tickness" for tome time to come. ITT On Sunday last a house occupied by La vi Eoogber, in Wayne township, was entered by burglars. They found no valuables, how ever, but levied m a lot of pies and a bottle of hiskey which they came acrott in their search, leaving the house in dire confusion. They then went to the house occupied by a widow Grimes, on the farm of Mosea Shearer, and after a thorough aearch found $1, belongs ing to a little boy, which they tuvk. On their way from thence they found a horse and buggy atacding in front of a dwelling house on the road leading from Brant to New Oarlise, which they took possession of and drove off, and have not been heard of since. ITTlie Cincinnati Penny Presa having fenced in Long worth t quagmire, southwest of the city, it now endeavoring to cttch our C.rrier, and chuck him into the filthy placet 8pielman is pretty quick on foot and we don't think it it within the acope of "Caloric's" agility to act complish iL The "Treat," we learn, circulate thinly in the vicinity of Long worth's swamp and ia the text book of theAaoifuM of the Levee' The paper haa had a variety of carriera, we are told, since it Wat first hawked in our streets. Two of them got up routes, and ascertaining that Ihe thing wouldn't pay, quit. Since then three more took hold of the tfTair, and threw It up before they bad carried it a week. We learn that another hat aignified hit intention of giving the institution a circulation here, aud the man who haa charge of it now sayt .that if he fail. he will write to "Calorio" not to send the pack, age any more. It will be inferred from the above that the circulation of artificial light in tbia region haa been attended with difficulties, and the present aspect of affairs for iU further spread is any thing but sali. factory. ITA young lady in Cincinnati, celebrated for her beauty and personal charma, met with a serious accident on Tueadsy night, in this wiae : She has bran far some time past in the habit, when retiring, of bathing herself wiih a mixture of oamphuue aud aalt, to preaerve ber complexion and render the akin clear and amooih. During thia process oa Tuesday night laat, the ctmphene took fire from a lamp burn ing on her toilet table, and blistered her neck. shoulders and bosom in a shocking manner. Her eyea were also so badly burnt that it ia feared ahe will lose one of them at least. Her beauty aod attractiveness , however, have " de parted" forever. IT Next week will eloae the season at the White Sulpher Springs. Thote who intend to vitit that delightful watering place, ahould loee o lime in doing ao. A aeriea of parties will come off on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week. ITA little girl five years old, fell from a three story window in Cincinnati, yesterday mora ing. She fell directly on the back of a dog that happened to be standing npoa the aide walk, directly ender the window aed Uus se taped certain, death, with only a few bra laat, whit tha dee; knocked seeiaelaM, Uepubliran-abolillnn-oppoaitioo- wouldsh Governor of Ohio, made a speech at Irontoa the other day, in which he wa down on the present Treasury law of Ohio, because hie pel, the banks, and through them, himself, could not get possession of the publit money with which to abav the hardsworking people of the State ont of their hard earnlnga. He said the money ahould be deposited In the bank, where it could h used at S per cent, a month, to swell the already Inflated coffers of republican abolition opposition ahylock. How do yon like that doctrine, working men of OhioT Are yon prepared to vote for the man who would pay you a dollar a day for your la bor, and then by an invisible process shave you out of two third of il? Such a man it Mr. Deenisou he says to himself, on the stump, He a friend to Ihe working man I The thought would be an insult to their intelligence, t7 The Gaeette ia progreasing finely under Ihe dictation of lit new masters. For some time put that paper hat been raving and tears ing ita hair about alavery and slaveholders; hut since the Convention of Saturday lsat, and the nomination of some men on the Republican ticket who are In the alavaschattel interest, the Gasette hat changed Its tune ha become an accompaniment to the slavery piano. It now very gralioualy admit that the fact of a man being a slave holder, or in favor of slavery, doea not disqualify him from holding office, or being a candidate on a Republican-know noth. ing ticket. Of course not. Hurray for Liber ly , to do Just as you are bid. Pattok Price and M out aid M ills, Mr. j. S. rteatty, Proprietor of the Spire and Muatard Mill, corner of Third and St. Clair at., Day ton. has sent us a specimen of the diffurent spi- cea, ere., be msnufscture. The article are superior to those generally obtained from abroad, and may be relied upon at pure, and just what Ihey are recommen ded. He soils at wholesale or in qnantitie to suit customera. Mr, B. also manufactures and keeps on hand rice flour, baking powders, cream tartar, pepper sauce, catsup, mixed picks els, refined anleratua, roast coffee. Ac. We can recommend hi. establishment to the trade, and our readers generally. ID" Langdon A Bro, continue to receive freh accesaions to their already extensive slock of Hardware, cutlery, ia. They have now aa large and choice aud varied stock aa any hard ware house in the West ; and if we may eatis mate by the number we yesterday aaw buying gooda there, we will say that hard limes are shout over, and that money is getting plenty. There are three prominent reasons for the suc cess of ihe Langdnna they have the good ; Ihey sell them at at low figures aa they can af ford; and Ihey are clover men. These three things will commend success anywhere. We will add for the information of fishermen that Metsn. L. A B. have just received a com plete assortment of fishing tackle, among which are the Laramie hooka, line, etc. Botter get a aupply before they are gone. Daily Atlas, I.idiakasolis. J. D. Defrea, Esq., for many years editor of the Journal, the old Whig organ of Indiana, baa been induced by his friends to ttart a new daily, trl weekly, and weekly paper in Indianapolis. The first number appeared last Monday and makes a vtry handsome appearance, it being printed on type entirely new. Politically, Mr. D. ital wayt found in the rank of the opposition, but a gentleman of fine talent. y O" Fred Boyer, of Miami Ciiy, raised a cab' bage head three feet in diameter. Although we are willing to admit that they can raise large cabbagea in our neighboring city, this certainly beata tham all. Wa can, however, beat Miami City ia the cabbage bead line The Gaxette ha one of immense proportional that cant be beat by the world. IT" An Exchange aaya Mary A. Sammia haa commenced ault, in Sacramento, for a divorce from ber husband, Benjamin W. Sammia. They were married in Sacramento in 1853, and went to Dayton, Ohio, in 1654 Defendant returned to California and corresponded with plaintiff until June, 1855, when, aa the alleges, he wholly abandoned her, and withheld necetaary auppliea. (7A atraigbt queation and a plain anawtr. If Mr. Nolan ia nominated for any office by the Democratic Convention, the Empire will support him. "The Empire" la the Democratic organ of Montgomery County, Mr. GazetM, and your aheet doea not appear to be re cognised aa such by the party to which yon belong. Black Rsi-uslioa Justice. The late Bltck Republicin Oonttitutional Convention of Kan sas, io making up their scandalous apportion ment, gave a Black Republican county with fifteen hundred votea TEN representatives, and a democratic county with twenty five hun dred votes, OKD representative. Tbia it a spec imen of border ruffianism with which that par ty i perfectly familiar, and ia justified and applauded by the freedom "ahriekera" aa juat the thing. ID Jason Williams, an old cititen of Caldi wall county, Kentucky, who waa confined in jail charged with heineoue crimes, of which the public believed him guilty, wa taken from the jail on Tuesday night by a mob and hung. Hit two sons were also implicated with him, and only escaped like punishment hy abscond ing. ErThe Erickson Calorio Engine la now in use at the water stations on the New York &a trat Railroad. At one atalion it formerly coat them $50 to f 60 per month to pump the water, one of these engine now doea the same work at a coat of 3 per month. A considerable eaving. IT" Albion," one of the finest stallions ia the world, the property of Colonel George Elliott, near Gallatin, Tenn., died on the lHih lust., only a few days after bit owner had refused eight thsnaaad dollar for him. He waa twena tystwo years old. IT In on of the crack botele of Saratoga lately, the elderly men were titling io the of fice or baisiuuut duilug the (oily hours, drluks ing and UUiugetoriea, wbea suddenly a stately lady appeared, aeiaed ber husband by the arm and walked him off to bed. The action prodaced quite a melancholy effect upon the other. IT Mr. Richard O'Gorman, who played a very conspicuous part in the I rich rebellion of lb8, aad who waa compelled to make bis cap to the United Bute, ia oowoaa visit to Dublin. IT R. H. Lamont and Joseph Harrison, of New York, have parckaaed eavecteeej acre at Saratoga, vith the view of creetiag a hotel ea table of accommodating 97,000 guaaw. ITThs Bus too Pott's rasa arks aa the recent negro oalabralioa induced ooe of the brethren to caad is a took of bit hair. Tho Poet atav aw. hi, it call acid aitjkUa it. Importance Union—Nomination of Gen. Cantwell. The variety of Interest to be decided, will render the next Legislature, In this Stale, the mot important that ha convened for mnny years, aud If Is highly necessary that the Demoe racy should lay aside Internal funds in counties where they exist, and act, in concert. The loss of a single Senator or member of the Houao, may throw Ihe power into the hands of Ihe op posite party, a disaster which will be a death blow to our measures, and will ruin our proas poets in the Bute for some time lo come. Wo are as strongly organized nnw at ever, aud by proper management may secure as much of a majority aa w possessed in the last Assembly, Even if Hamilton County should come up lie publican, Ihe Democrats In other partt of the Stale by acting judiciously might secure the balance of power. At such a time it is unfor thst a difficulty should have arisen in the Richland and Ashland district, which threat- ena the defeat of Gen. Cantwell, who he j ist been nominated fur State Senator. The tinier- al ia a sterling Democrat, a man of unswerving Integrity, and bia course during theaeveral terms he haa aerved in the Stale Senate has been such, aa none of bia party can find fault ilh, If anything of a local nature haa arisen, if there are any private objections to him, or if there is any who better deserves the noininas tinn, we nevertheless hope, that our friends at Mansfield will do their utmost to reconcile the difficulty, and will cause the private jealousies to he lsid aaide for the public good. To bolt the ticket and give the State into the bands of the Republicans for the sske of personal mal ice or personal interest would be nn exhibition of aolfiahnesa, which the Demorrnts of Klrb land and Ashland counties have never before manifested, and we cannot believe ihey medi tate any such proceeding. Let them support Cantwell with the knowledge that he Is a true Democrat, and that the interests of the party will be snfehis hands; and for ret their enmities with the expectation that their preferences will be yielded to io the future, tjThe Gazette at laet convinced. The CM io Statesman ha established the fact, that in 1844, Judge Uliolson was n slaveholder, in Mississippi, nnd that he sold slaves It might, juat a easily, have proven, that Tbomn Jefferson, George Washington, -dndrew Jackson and lieury Clay, wore slaveholders. Aro we to understand that the Slatetman considers any man; who waa once: or ia now, a slaveholder, ineligible to office and unworthy of support? Gazette. It is not because Uliolson wot nt one time a slaveholder, that the Democracy espeuiully object to him, but it is because he hus denied his antecedents, is a political triokstpr, is ats tempting to palm oft" a oonteniptiblo false hood upon tho people of the state, is utterly destitute of integrity and principles of jus tice and honor, and shown himself to be en tirely unfit for the high judicinry omen, to whioh ha ia aspiring, that wa oppose him. We are glad however, that the Ohio States man baa at laat auoceeded in convincing the Qazette, that Oboleon did sell bis slaves on the blook, and that the latter has the courage to acknowledge after all its fuss and feathers over the institution, slavery, that it is ready to support a maa for Kupreme Jnlge, whom it ooDoedes to be, a political demagogue and an actual trader in Annum Jlcsh. Hon Wm. P. Ried. Wa ara pleased to learn that Wra. P. Ried, Esq., bos been renominated for State Senator in the Delaware and Licking district. Ha was a prominent member aod exorted a controlling influence in the last Legislature Although bis distriot is largely Kepublioan, ha will oarry It again triumphantly. lie Tnt Hands or his Ftiinns, The Repub lican Know Nothing Convention having refused to put the name of a certain gentleman of Irh-h descent on their ticket far Frosecntiug Allots ney, to the exceeding discomfiture of Ihe Ga xette, that sheet is now laboring with all its power to have him placed upon the Democratic ticket, and we are led to infer from Ihe slruug andarnett manner in which the Gazette (and Journal) are pressing hit claims upon the De mocracy, that they will give bim their support, if nominated, in opposition to Mr. Nead. What says Mr. Nead and his friends to that ar rangement? Are they prepared for such treason in their camp ao aoonT Let them look to it, The Gazette tnd Journal will defeat him if in their power. Tbi Diffbrknir. The opposition in Kentucky, at the lata election, advocated a slave oode for the territory, by Uongresa,and their candidates were almost a unit in favor of that measure, while the Democrats op posed any interference by Congress for or against slavery. The Republicans nf Ohio aympatbixed with the fire eaters of K ontucky because thoy advocate the tame policy, dis tortion of the Union. The fire eaters of the south, and the Oberlitinniete of the north aro on the earns platform. The southern fira aater at the north would be a itepuhli- oan-abolitianist, and a northern Hopublioan abolitionist at the south would be a disunion fireeater. That is just the difference be tween them. Tearing op a Railway 7baok Arrkst or thb Prxpktratorb The engineer of a train on the Dayton and Michigan Koad, when near Grand Rapids, discovered that two rails bad been torn from the tract The train was stopped in time to prevent a eatasr trophe, and the rails were about being re, placed, when tha engineer was ordered to desist, by two brothers, John C. and Wm. A. Tryon, who made threats of violence in oise an attempt was made to relay the rails. On Sunday tha Tryons were arrested hy Depu ty United States Marshal Moore, on a charge of contracting the mails, and taken to Dee trolt On being brought before a United States Commissioner, they waived ao exam ination, and gave bonds ia 1(KXI each to anawtr tha obarga before tha United State Court Tha difficulty originates io question of title to tha right of way between tha railway oompany and tba Tryons, but tha latter, in endeavoring to ooerce the company into their term a, by jeopardiiing tha lives of un offending Baseengera, have proved themselves little better than heartless villains. Tba law provides remedy for any grievanoa they may have, without retort to suob dastardly acta as tearing up a railway track. tBfTl American of tha Slat of New York bar refused to sell out to tha Repub licans, and fuse with tbaaa at tba ensuing election.. Tba American Convention will ba held ti a diOereut tins and pUvo from tba EopitbUtiaj), , NEWS ITEMS. The Waterfttrd Mail, an Irian paper, make (be following remarks: "A rather rurinur idea has taken posMeasinn of many of the Irish peo pie, who think the Emperors made pi sre in or der that Louis Nspnleon might Iske possession of Ireland many of them express themselves favorable tn such an acquisition while others prefer the F.iiglith away to thnl of France." The most elegant suite of rooms in the world is at Ihe Hotel de Villa, in Paris, They form a circuit of about half a mile, nnd require far their complete illumination nine thousand seven hundred and fourteen tapers and two thnussnd three hundred and eighty seven gas burners. Seven thousand visitors can be accommodated at once. The Fort Smith California Time of ihe 1 Ilh Inst, states that John Ross, who is now over sixty year of age, haa been re elected as Prin cipal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. He was the first chief elected, under their first Constitu tion, in the Foil ofl&2ti, in Georgia, and has been regularly reelected every four year since Mr. Charles F. Ferry, s locomotive engineer, recently, at Jackson, Misss., lifled one llious aad pounds with appsrent ease. He ofT-rs a wager that he can, with Ihe aid of t atrap across his shoulders, csrry and walk twenty or thirty pitccawilh twelve hnndred pounds. His own weight is two hundred and two pounds. The Buffalo Courier sty that the Niagara Suspension Bridge Co. have perpetually en joined Blondin from crossing the Niagara on tho rope. Tha Republic say the injunction simply restrains him from carrying passenger, and thus interfering with their business. The Democracy of Lowell, Mass., have elect ed popular sovereignty delegates lo Ihe Wor cester Convention, and have Instructed them to insist upon the nomination of Gen. ft, F. Duller for Governor. If nominated, Gen. liutler in tend to slump the Stale himself. A self constituted CAmmitlee of gentlemen in Baltimore has just collected t purse of J71B for the relief of the family of Mr. Geo. H. Hall aod his son, who a few day since, were killed by lightning, leaving their family in destitute circumstances. Jenny Lind Gnldachmidl is member of the w Episcopal Church of St. John, in the parish of Putney, London. The Bishop of London recently conaeeraied the edifice, and Mr, Otto Guldschmidt has undertsken to act gratuitously as orgsnist for one year. The Couuersville, Inil,, Times says that a Mr. Lewis Porter, who lives near that town, was caught by Ihe shirt collar the other day, by tho limb of a trefl under whirh ho waa riding, and lifted out of his saddle nnd nearly strangled before he could be released! The widow of General Kspiuasse, of France, has, pursuant to the wishes of her deceased husband, enrolled her only son in the first reir- imeut of Zouaves. George Anderson, colored, couvictcd at Lan caster, Penn, of an ontrags on Mary Connelly, wnite girl of ten years, hat been seuteucvd to the penitentiary for twelve years. There are aix thousand dentins now prac tisinginthe United Stalea. They cause an awful tight of aching during the year. Hon. Daniel E. Sickle it taid to have bought a term near Schenectady, New York, audio tends to become s "tiller of Ihe soil " There it a popular movement ill Nebraska for a Slate government proposing a convention in October, sn election iu November, aud sppli- cition for admission aimiihaneuiisly with Kansas. A man named William C. Battcett comojiu ted suicide at Button, on Friday, by miiii g poison with hi liquor In a drinking aalnon. Dr. F. B. Bower, the o ner of the field on which the surrender of Cornwallis tuok place, hat granted its use for a miliiary encampment. Flora Temple and Princess are to run a race at Saratoga next Saturday. Hon. Amos Kendall was seventy. three years old on the 16ih inat. F.d. Kmpirk. l'leiisa announce tho. name of Adam Clay, of Miami township as a suita. person for Representative, subject to tha decision of Ihe Deiuocrntio County Conven. lion, and oliligo a host of frirnds. RANDOLPH. IktTIio Republican rirofea-i to be nnno. sod to the slave trade, yet they are dealing more Inrgoly in human chattels at this time. than the most rampant slave holder at the South. Witness their trallio in Cincinnati and Hamilton county, to patch up a ticket lo beat the Democracy. Opposed to the slave trade I So is the devil opposed to hypocrites in a horn. Ml.Tlie Democratic State Convention of New Jersey met in Trenton on the 24th inet E. K. R. Wright, of Hudson county was unanimously nominated a candidate fur Gov ernor. Resolutions were adopted in favor of pop ular sovereignly, and in opposition to the sluve trade. IT The Methodist Conference of Ley Dele gates will meet in this city on the 6ih of next month. MARRIED. On the morning of the Mth, by Rev. D. Winters, at his residence, Mr, Robert Minikin, to Hiss liar tiara Garner, both of Perry tp. DIED. On the ath Inst., at the reaiilenea itl hi. a.,n I- Green county, Benjamin BArney, aged SO , are. Funeral services will be attended to-morrow at 10 e'eloek, A. M., at tha Jefter-ou street Baptist Churoh. Interneut, Wooland. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 21 Dollars nn Acre? FOK a good Farm In Darke County, 6 milet north act Of Union elf v. Itomermm uDiterarond cu.t.vfcttoo, blfuic goo! timber, rich bivok boi). Kraute hou o( I roomi hsUiUaouisljr Batualwl, nd urruuiKiwl by loeuni grove, food trame barn, oorn orih, stable, jutt othr out tulfubg. lootl bearing urciiatra wiii. an maa oi iruit, lull u ft (raat bargain, 11 O ACKKH, si i mile from lb City, b I O twa tha Brant and ValJav Tumuli, m. anil two iniiaa from kac..iv'i Milt. tyart uniioraui- ivaii4pa,uaiaaa goitimDr. MAHl.tM JC. I LARII, uf 15. fcUal CaUta Auts Ctvgg'a BuUUiiuj. 0YSTEUS.f9 First of tba Beaton! LLs SIC E AND ZKS8H! ARE NOW RECEIVED DAILY, AND a served up La even style, at uis JNION SALOON, No. 14, Jeflcrava St., Bade Betters Hall. ut."u. UODKT for Sontsuubar. aual I U.mW.m. tnVLV. TUNNEL COAL! PKURY COUNTY GOAL. WAftniNTni To nn rnr. Choapcot Coal IN OHIO, And will be sold for less than any Coal In Dayton. ALL PKRrlONS SHALL HE ACCOM ax moriated with the best foal, and at i.owra SATra than rvra nrr rarn. They shad be acoon- modateit at their own prices, In reason. I'on't oua tract for coal before calling on Die. ItirCOME ONE AND ALL-d THO. SOHff-FrKR, No.Sfl, Main street, or at I'erryfounty (,'oal ctnVe. on f anal, near Gebhart's Lumber Vard. lauf '40.) Strayed, II1 ROM tha Subscriber, 1) mile west id f entrevllle. a OKIGHT hay Himsr. It hanila hift-h, no shoes oni has a few white hairs on his flank or belly, A liberal reward will lie paid for any information by which the hone ean lie found. aiirys h. u. McKWKN. Uf Must be Understood! hkncr, Tint follow inn ; Medicine that is Medicine. IF you havn a pormdio hondaohe, or a tooth. fhi or a felon. to.iftfl Tlilr.1 utrrft, for a our, II VOli haVt r liatn In thfl llifHllilctl. hl.k n mnr foot, K lo jm TMrtlitrpft, (or r?lfer. If ynii ara tmuliltHl with jNcurHltTia or liliiimiu tt-m, or a tifid or?, a cure i orrtnTn at lo Third lNHlt. II you ltvp adliCrwd liver and have tried tn vain other remedies, chettr up and make una more vigor ous effort by nolo to M Third street. If you have consumption, don't he, disoournired. but go where others have found relief, at IM) Talro ir you have wesk or sore area, relief is instant m .V Third street. If you have a catarrh of the worst kind, jou can be cured at SM Third street. If you have dyspepsia, ot distress of any kind af ter eating, goto i?0 Third M.ert. ii you nave a tumor wntch doctors aay must be removed ly surgery, don't give ut and uhmlt to men rr aiment, diii rn to j&s Third street, and "aee that tumor grow smart by degrees, and beautifully less" every daj by the application of scientiilo prln- If jou have any form of Prolapsus, or troubled with any chronic oomplalnt, you may rely upon being more permanently Cured hv a newlv tllnpovf rwi nrn. oess, th rtu by any other means, at SM Third street, J.adles will be waited upon hy ernntent feamle as tistants. lathers are earne-tly desired toe ail and have a personal Interview and explanations still luriner ampuned, ll neceessry, at ViG Thiitl street. Cr Mlil or a of Ma HI ii, Jones A Co. 1AM prepared to pay a final dividend to the creditors of ClaHla. Jones A Co.. t th. rtitw of M?nrs, (stiiickeltfc BLiuag. In Iayton. Bui-uawiw , aj. a. juxniAn, Assignee. Save Your Bye Sight. " frill. BonasTEaC THK well-known New York Optician, haa A- made a professional visit to our city where he win suv untu aaiuruav. me nifiosvoi emeniier. only, to aooommodate those who are suderinsr from want of sight, through age, short-sightedness, cat aract or tenaiDg to it, witn ms most wnnuenui re riscoplo Parabola R-xk Crystal Bjectaules and t.yt Ulasses, grounu and poasueu uy uimet.i aocoratng to the latust Improvement, whit' h are beyond doubt theonlyaatl best in the world In regard to ktsknotm taiNoand assistance to the eves. They are eu- preservers literally so; having the advantage over me common glasses ci superior Transperoncy, uuun harder, and uh not s-ratch. They are cooler am plaasanter to the eye than any other glass now in Uawi they have a clear, pure loous, which Is univeh- iai, ana iooa wnicn way you may tne ioous meets the ontlo nerve and responds to its demands. The Strengthening Eje (jianea titled to the eye by an able and practical optician, is the only way to Lave the vlsiou strengthened aud preserved. We have never heard a person who bad given them a fair trial wno aia not coaimena mem in tne most uue nulvocal manner. Rock Crystals tlttd to old frames Arunciai numan eyea inserted, having au the movements and color ef the natural eye. utMiWiie j nira itroet. unio nlock. opposite the i'ark. augyj-ita.vvww fc ill ni lis ii r-.t. -(,1, ; f-- Dayton & Michigan R. R. WSstss? Open To Toledo, SO FORMING IS CONNECTION with the Detroit and Toledo R. R.. 4ft miir th shortest line between Dayton and Detroit, and with tne riiisburgh.rurt wane Chicago kail Road, on mile, the shortest line between Day tun and Chicago. TWO DAILY TKA1NA On and after MONDAY. AUG. m. 11. ririlur trains will leave Dayton for Toledo, Detroit and LflH'alo, r IHHT THA1N Leave at 8,00 a. m., arrlvea at Toledo at I, o p. a.., Detroit f3Q p, m.; con nee i Detroit with the Great Western It. R ot Canada for Niagara Falls, Albany, New lork and Boston, con nects at Lima at 11,00 a. m. with trains ou the P. Kt. W. A C. H. R. for Fort Wayne and Chicago, arriving at Fort Wayne at 1,00 p. m., tn tlmeto connect with trains on Toledo, Wabash a Western Road Jar Huntington, Peru and Logansort. and arriving at Chicago at l,w p. m., In time to connect w ft hall evening trains leaving that olty. Thia train also eoniiruia mi oieuo wim h" ud n,i, n. I. it, n. for Adrian and Jackson, and with trains on the Cleveland and Toledo Rail Road for Cleveland aud Budaloi,also eonnacta at ttianey with trains on B t 1. Road, eastaud west, and at Plijuafor Columbus. KKCOND TRAIN Leave Dayton at p. ru. .con nect at Lima with traiuson f. Kt. W. 'SK. R. at li aidulght, and arrives at Chicago at hjo a m., making cloe connection with all tiaina lor Um weat aud nortb-weat, aad at 1 oledo at 7,16 a. m., eottneet lug with all morning train west and awrtii and wttk. K train b"t lor I levetaatti aud Runalo. SlaopiiiaT Cars are attached to all nlsht train be. tivcen Lima and Chicago. ThrAiuhTlauala I.-. . T.l.4n f..u.a a iiiuiigu sivsiTii nn rut a irnpi a t l ru u , ire t 111 It. . (iicffu, rt mi iKiiDis ntjaii anu norm-wesi. Also lor PlttsPuiah, 1'lillHileliihla aud all Mnateru cltlea. avud fur all local oolntaoQ the Beilefontatneand Indttia. aitoll R. R.,can be had by calling on S. R. KiHu.Tick t Ajfent.L'Dion Depot, Uay ton or on the dllf rent rare as low ai dt aa? etnar roata. be careful and call for Ticket bv wav of Lima.. 1 -The rate-el Freiaht Ui all Point Kaat or Weat win ai an itme um a lavoraot as are charged by Bo TraDslersbetweea Davtom aad Caieaara. Plttabarg, Toledo or Detroit autf-a Ma BtiuKaAavCH, Sup t COMMERCIAL EDUCATION! D A-YTOISTi MERCANTILE NO. SwO TI1IKO kiiiEET. IS NOW OfEN tXR STUDENTS both DAT AMD BVENIKOI LUCAS & CRIER, PRINCIPALS. CODalil Of IIST&UCTI01, VIE. llouble Kntrr Bo&k Keeivlne. n,uHMll. . u- to the Inland ana HarUiua !.! i , tha lolled Slate, kuiu oir tka mi,. e.i.i r wHMmw wiviiuw), im every aefiartsaeat of bust- arily, MemutUM Cww, less. kaMaasiie liaa. es. Se. vU,iti . aiuuiauua. sualaeea Fcamw. Fur further laforsaatloa call at tha aM, by aiall (euoiottnt; tua.) lur a Sewriutiv cii.u. U(AiewUT sa ni, f. a Nclsosi Clark') Estate. OTICK ia htrebr fcirtn that tba SuWri- tor no u aaUl of Nelaoo tku. laia ol UlMtfOSMrl eWUlltr, nSS.SO.il. AaumU, Ma. - f (' rrv v n Wi: irr v will r.E TAcrx Jt PH AT P A t M ; B N T . 1 -- cflhmt lanf in i:h-.y n .'"ft"""'!-, mtin from fstdn(, .( t k, rnU-a frm 1 -n Ii-'-stk...,-, e.fi nn., r rnHr i, haixftr- ir.-M tinder. i.tr,,,.M) 0f- irnfra-.l Imit. gno-l lr-"i: e hot , burn, (, srm rn. graitiny. Ai I h . ,WK n-rum n) a S'Hul wei). A very diiatrabie plocw, 240. AV. Af'in'M I ci lUnoof V: pfMirdv, nr-nr a I Millroa-l I'nUrtii. r hm ul ltt quaillf Oi iimmi arirw ui,j,rn t-,. FINE Hiil.tiflinn pr.'.prrly in lull u v of, and hirdrnit-.riy r;; ; r.',-,: I ug- J.a rt,-. Tii.ifc havlnf property foirftt-ig.i wiliniul rt to their in terest tooail upon . CK V, ft ARK, JHte?. Winl'IU z. M -Jt. : I AM Heady to taka rieks for anli-'tati'I'! eompanles, in tlie eMy and rrninfrv n I'AvrtrM ermi, I represtMil the tnninvtnn n.ni,nii.1-fliiil can furnish ample refenees here a lu th- rWiAijiil ty of either, MF.RCIIANTS' Instirnnco Coihi!iiiv OK II AKTK0K1), f'OV-sT , Capital, $200,000. Manhattan Fire lib. Co. ( INCORPORATE it i.181.1 OFFICII No. M, Witll (., N. V. CASH CAPITAL, . CASH BUBPLU8, saso.oco. 139,00O. Irving Fire Insurance Go. (lUGOHMHATED 1U1.) OFFICE, No. 0, Wall nir. ci, ft. V. OA8H CAPITAL, 8300,000. CHAS. P.. rf.ARKr, Arent, Clean's Bnllillna.Sil at. ainrsn JOS. e. MAVK. ftrw. w. MVKaa. oro. sirrftt. II . N . 0 L A R K ivrrnson TO M VEIIS & CO. Ujjolesalc Conferiionery, No. 40, Main Bt , third dcor below 2.1. CINCINNATI. aiij S3. JUSTIO E of the PEACE anii NOTARY PUBLIC, U4VTOIM, OHIO, WI A. ATT EN I) TO THE (XJIXECTI OX of Claims In Montromerv Count?, br suit or otherwise. If necesraiy, con.jtetnt counsel will beeeiployed. t special attention paid to maalna; icrnua uiuuiutr Aegai insiruiueiiiB. ailgio fHARCI $30 Kach. CHAHTca Pkpctual. HOME INSURANCE CO.. Of Cincinnati, O. OFFICE NO. 2a WBST TUIBD BT. CAPITAL STOCK, - - J.WO.flCO. 1MIIS CimpanT inauree Uwellinpi, l'urni tiire and Mrrolianill.e. Al.o, t arno shipments on fnvnrable terms. Losses r(iillttbi)- aiijumrtl anl DIRjuCTORB: Wm.T.Phlpps, John U. Park, rhas F. Wll.lach, Henry Alack, Jihua Jonea, T. H. C. Alien, S. W. Haselllne, Jo.eph How, , freeman. ,, .. GKO. at. VOUNfi, Agent at Pajlon. H. a. CnANULi a, e'urveyor. Annile City refereneea rau hivn Mtliiv niiia eliaraeterandresAKUisiblll); of Una Company . Eighth Annual Report sf the Ashland Mutual Fire Ins. Co .. A8HIA2TI), OHIO. Net aateta af the Co. Slareh ai.t, '6, tol 0M,e , ... 8TATBMBNT. For the year ending March 1th, iss. AmotiRt ol property insured, tto,6Al.bO CftllTS. Bills teceived Preia. nates, 3l,sw.e& Cs.b, .... t,st.8s Interest, .... .lo is, it-i.se losses expenses deiluetea, i.eisas t,M,f.3i Present capital lo meet losses, imm a Consisting ol aillareoeieablr premium noies scoured liy pledge of real atalt. IK,9IS.t Cash on hand, 7,107.iri Caah due from Agents, t,mo.t omoeflaturea, olt.lKI le.tm.ia l'.e4.4'i P. R1SSE, Presl. L. Jrrr RpatNOLt, ec'y. ARE YOU IXMUKE07 DBliATS ARB DANOTIROUBI Polielea granted upon Boahatardoua property, either oa die Mututlorcaali plan on the moat lavor able terms, lor one or five yeara. Apply lo f.KO. f. VOtrNO. Having. anglR H, B. LHANDLKR, Burt e or. CEO. M. Y01NG, . Commissioner of Deeds, - FOB THB hTATfn 0 PENNSYLVANIA k INDIANA, DAYTON, CHIO. U AVI NO made myself familiar with the, laws of the several SUIee, rl.llve to Ihe tranafer of Real KataU, eonvey aotilns will lie made atrlctly in aecordanee with Ihe law. of each Mtatc. C! CI! CM! THE CAMBRIDGE GOAL-CO WOULD rrspeotfullf aaaore the oitir.ens ol Dayton and rlclojly tbat the, ale 1 uuavuiiAMiAAiA aJUVAAijlM Aad hare eetabllahed an OFFICB Opposite Swaynic House, YARD COR. WATER SOARS STB.. anel offer a BETTER CO.lI. For ail par" ten, at a LOWER PRICE taaa any oiber eoiapaay tea er will sell la tills star, tot. Cttlseaa ara reepeetiblly roqnosted to eall aad sea eoal aod eooulr. prlooa. Ample rvteraaoea givoa at to (inalily of eoal, Se. i t-ra Vrt at toe oAoa, or at i. Minica's, eoraer oi . ..i.rauaeoj Maibet slraota, wlit be Uroaavtle .. I u.lactuillf Sikal. r ' P. H. COtB, Agent. ATTACSMBHT. C. I. Hartaaaa, (auptnruor) 1 Bwbre Peter tul)va. M 'ty. 1 MoAtgotsweCOnu! 0X th21td.y of July, A. U 1851. sold Ju.iloe laaued aa eroer of alttiheteot ia . above aua lorte aaai S4 s.uwidelLawieat ImSmar it, aw. KMn