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. DAVID CLARK, XDITOK PROFJnFTOa. Ttanrxlay ETenlDt, A 25, 19??. an Democratic State Ticket. Po aovMnto, RUFUS P. KANXEY, of Coyaho; Coenty. LlttrjTHAST eovRRWOR, . WILLIAM 11. 8AFFORD, of Roe County. junaaor thb irMtimi oocrt, HENRY C. WHITMAN, of Kairfield Co. Arm or STATB, O. VOJ.NKY PORSEY, of Miami County. TFKAIlF. OF ITATH, WILLIAM BUSH NELL, of Richland Co SKCRKTART OF STATU, .1AC011 REINIIARD, of Franklin County. BOARD or H'll.ll' WORK!, JAMES TOMMNSON, of Washington Co COMMON SCHOOL noMMISSInNRR. CnARLES N. ALLEN, of Harrison ol to IT Heading Matter oa Every Pags.3 MuFor Locals, Telegraph, and otliur mattero of interest aad information, ice First and Fourth Page. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic Ccoiral OomniiUec frr Mont gomary County, rrqurat the Democracy of (he aararal Warda and Towaahlpa, to RMt oa Sal nrtay, the 80th day of Auguat, 1869, at 9 i l : - it... .r. i- u , n v. : n .nj In each Ward in the Citj of Dayloe, at IK o'clock, P. M ,at the uaual plarws of holding elociiooa, and appoint eight drlagatea from each tnwnahip and two from each Ward, to meet in Coomy Convention at Brckal Hall, in Durion, on Saturday the STita day of August, 1H&9, at 10 o'clock, A. M , to nominate caodi datea for the follow ing oiricea : Two Rrprearntatirra, Trraaurer, Procu ting Attorney, County Commiaaiuner, Coronsr, and Iuflrmary Director. By order of the Committee. B. M. AYRES, Ch'm. B. M. AYRES, Ch'm. THOS F. THRESHER, Sec'y. Influence of Wealth in Society. The intensely practical cast of the Ameri can mind, leads us to depreoiate theo retical purauits and exalt the advantages to be derived from wealth. Our people are undoubtedly poeseaaed of as much intelli gence, of as great imaginative powers ana ingenuity as the inhabitants of the oountries of Europs, but we turn our energies to the acquisition of money, and while they eioel us in the fine arte, we outstrip them in gel ting rich. But as the oountry grows older, money is every day beoomintr of less oonsid eration in society. There are so many rich men already, and likely to be so many more richer still, that the posseesion of mere wealth will entitle a man to no considera tion of itself, unless accompanied by some other more rational claims to distinction and respect. The rulers of opinion the men of mark in the nation are most of them self-raised men. They may be rich men that is well so far; but they are all men of moral power, of scient.fio skill, of en. lightened jadgment, and of Urge publia spirit. Many of our statesmen may be wealthy men, but the mass do not know whether they are not; it is in their intellect that their power exists, and their influence so far exoeeds all that wealth can give, that the latter consideration is never thought of in the estimation of their character, or in the contemplation of their exalted position in society. If tbey are poeseaaed of wealth they have generally acquired it themselves, and used it to enable them to follow the bent of their own dispositions, and bave made it subservtont to the superior qualities of their minds. It is personal qualities, not the ac cident of birth or the aocmulation of gold or acres, which tell upon society at large. Money is power, it is true; but sn are intel ligence, publij spirit, and moral virtue powers too, and far nobler powers. There are men in almost every city, as rich a Croesus, who have no oonaid-ration extended to th ro who elicit no respect, and why? They are but money bags; all the influenoe they exert centres in self. Such men are of no ue in society. The men of weight, the enterprising and successful and useful men are not necessarily rion men. iney are men of sterling character, of probity and moral excellence. Even a poor man may in the oonsoiousnesa of a well cultivated na ture, of opportunities used and not abused, of a life spent and improved to the beat of his ability, look down without the slightest feeling of envy upon the mere man of worldly eucoess the man of money-bags and acres. Influence of Wealth in Society. The Dayton Michigan R. R. We copy the following very full notice of the D & M. Road from the Cincinnati Com meroinl.becauae the writer bad access to sta tistic, eio., which enabled him to present the matter in proper shape. It may be ta ken as mainly accurate, and will give our readers an idea of the importance of this great thoroughfare : ORGANIZATION. This Company was organised under per petual charur, granted by th Legislature of Uliio, on tue did ot Maron, laot. Joe aa thorixsd capital of said Company is three millions of dollars, divided into shares of eaoh DESCRIPTION OF THE LINE. This Company' Road extends a distance of ona hundred and forty miles from the city of Uayton, in Montgomery eounty, to Toledo, at the western terminus of Lake Krie, pass. ing through Tippeoanoa, Troy, (th county eat of Miami oouoty,) the eity of Piuua, Sidney, (oounty seat of Shelby oouoty,) Wa- pakonetta, (oounty seat of Auglaise oouoty,) Lima, (oounty aeat of Allen oounty,) th villages of Cairo, Cotumbus Urove, Ottawa, Leipeio, and Perrysburg, (the oounty seat of Wood oouoty,) all of wbiob are important businetw poinu, that will afford a large traf fio to thi Koad. Payton, Troy, Piqua, Sidney and Toledo, by reason of their extensive hydraulio pow ers and manufacturing facilities, bav eaoh a large population, - wealth and extensive commerce. Most of these towns have aubsoribed . lib erally t th capital stock of this Company ail of Vkhicb baa been paid and expended in arradinit and bridging the Kovi. For th busineas uf th oouutry through whiob th Uayton and Miobigan koad pa s, it will, for (he greater distano, have no rival; and from Sidney north, it will paas through a wide district of country which can bav no outlet or aooea to market savs over tbi.Toad. Th oountry through which this lint, with it ouBOMting link to Cincinnati, passes, is not only unsurpassed, but unrivalled by any other equal extent of oountry id the Union, in fertility of soil, aapabilitie of sustaining a dens population, and in all lb tamntt of wealth and prosperity,' In fact, as shown by report of tb Auditor of Stare, nearly on fourth of th tntir taxabl property of to Stat i found in tb twelve oouooos through which tht tin of road passe, troaa Cinoin Tnlado. And the soathero portion thtul, altitougb luUa mora ass talf fttMJ a fa4 Ua U J unbroken ibratit, ii now, perhaps th irmit (Htpnlnna portion nf tit I nilM Stttes nnt.Kle nlnur treat oitle. re Railways ocr-nr in favorable a t,n- ition aa thin tor forming ailvanrafrenua eon- ..,. wnn ninar ronus and it is th nnl as it is th; aataal interest of all tha oompaoiee controlling; the roads, to main in nvwt friendly relations, and where practicable, to rrm with each other th moa. intimate thrnnfrh connection. new road, with thai ol theCinoInnatl Hamilton and Day ton Comtiinr fnrma an entire line of nniform gunnre from Cincin nati to Toledo, two buudrad mil; it baa entered into a oontrsot with the former Comi panr. to oontinue for twenty yeara, whereby itauUorihedfor100,()liOoftheoaritlttook th iJRyton and Michigan, and i-narante that road exclusively all the business of their road between Cincinnati and Toledo, the oars to run through without breaking bulk, thus affording all the advantages of a through road from Cincinnati, the great oom meroiai metropolis ol the West, to Toledo, a city poaeeeaing the beat harbor on Lake Erie, The advantage of this connection is appar ent, if we keep in mind that this ii (by many miles) the shortest railroad line between Cinoiunati and the Lakes, and that the gra dient on it are lower by nearly ona half, and the curvatures leas by more than balf, than those on an other road built or nrn- jected, between Cincinnati and Lake Erie. for the through freight or carrying bnai neas between Cincinnati and the Lakes, this Itosd oocupies a noaition still more favora than for the through travel. The eoat of tranaportation on the Lakes from Buffalo to Cleveland and Toledo is the same. The harbor at Toledo is, bowsver, better and more easy of arc as in a high wind, than Cleveland. The distance, too, from Toledo to Cincinnati, b this mad, is only 2ut mil; whilat from Cleveland, by the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Itoad, it is 2ii miles. Besides this, it so nearlv approximates a straight and level Koai.that lor all practical purposes it may be regarded as such, and will require, for the transpor tation of heavy freight trains, much lea mo tive power then the other line. The differ enoe, therefore, in the cost of transportation of through freight, must b in favor of this lins. Such, however, is the extent and rapi id growth of the oommero of th Ixikee and of the Ohio Hirer, that any oatatlatioa we might make of this business, would probably fall far short ol the aotual amount. At Lima, 132 miles north of Cincinnati, this road intersects and connects with the Pittsburg, Kurt Wayne and Chicago Rail way, giving to Cincinnati and Dayton, by means of this line, a connection with Chi eago as short aa any other, and with contin uous guage. Some of th Pittsburg and Philadelphia buaineea will alao be command ed by this connection; it is longer than the Columbus line, but brings into use 72 miles more of the Pittssburg, Port Wayne and Chicago Koad, and is owned by fewer pari ties This oonneotion slso gives the new road the exclusive control of all the travol and transportation between Cincinnati, Ken tucky and Fort Wayne, and points west thereof, on the P., Ft. W. & C Railway, which has already made a paying business DEPOT ACCOMMODATIONS AT TOLEDO. At Toledo, this Road enters the general depot on the middle ground, with the Micbi gan Southern, Toledo and Cloveland and Toledo and Detroit Railways. With all of these lines this road will do a heavy business. The maximum grade on this road is Iwen ty,six feet per mils. TABLE OF GRADES. Between level and 5 feel perroile HI miles. " a leal and 13 lewt per mile 93 " " 15 feel and 21 feet per mile 35 " 7 31 feet and Sf feet per mile 8 11 Whole distance 140 Th entire length of curved line from Dayton to Toledo, i nine miles, equal to 15 miles straight lino for one mile of curve The total amount of curvature is 650 de grees. About one-half the curved line has a radius of 5,730 feet, and the remainder not less than 2,865 feet, whiob is th minimum radius etn!oyed. The curves ooeur mostly in the immediate vioinity of towns- Th Road from Toledo to Detroit, whioh is 6niehed and in use, forms with the D, ct M. a direct line from Cincinnati to Detroit, 256 miles in length, which will, without success, ful competition, command all the traffio be tween the city of Cincinnati and the densely populated parts of Ohio and Kentuoky on the South, and Toledo and Detroit and the whole of Eastern Michigan on the North. At Detroit it connects with the Great Western Railway of Canada, affording to that important road a direct Southern out let to Cincinnati and tbe Ohio A'iver, and by means of the Covington and Lexington Railway of Kentuoky, the Cincinnati, Day ton, Toledo and Detroit line, the Great Western and Grand Trunk Railway of Can, ada, forming a direct line from Lexington in Kentucky, through Cincinnati, Dayton and Tolodo, Ohio, to Detroit, Miohigan, and throngh the heart of Canada to Quebec. Tbe trade between Canada ana Ohio is si. ready large, and with the Railway connec tions above alluded to, will swell to an ex tent that will afford to the roads lorming this line, an immense traffio. It will be eeen that this line brings Cincin nati Senear to Detroit aa to Cleveland, near er to Montreal than to New York; and only 44 miles further to tjuebeo tha i to Btston. and is on a very direct line from Cincinnati to Niagara Falls Quebeo ie nearer Liverpool by 400 miles than New York or Boston, and from Quebeo to the Atlantio ocean is 500 miles down the river St Lawrence, making by this route be tween Cincinnati and Liverpool a saying of neauy iouu miles ol ocean travel almost on third the distano from New York to Liverpool. Tbe opening of this lin of road will develop the resource of th country ouutitiuoos very rapidly, and will in a few years (well the traffio of the road inoideut thereto, to a large amount. With all these advantages, connecting the two great commercial points in th State with a position, line, grades and connections oom manding a very lare amount of tbe throuiih travel, and inaunng a etill greater amount th through freight, and with a location through a country populous, fertile, product ive, and of unlimited resources to furnish lo cal business, it does not seem necessary enter into a calculation to show that the Dayton and Michigan must be a paying road. rji.A. few days since, on the Itome and WatertowD Railroad, N. York, a swarm grass hoppers lit down on the rails. They oolleoted on th rails during the night, and at a point where it waa up grade, seemingly taking advantage of the iron horse, and ac tually oausing the train to stop. Light for the Million ! Cost only One Cent an Hour. TUE Introduction of MACE'S PORTABLE OAS GKNKKATOR Into this city baa demon atrated the fact aoaa&loualydeiured, that Gal Light la now within tha reach o. all. it not only L1UHTS th.pl.cei of INUUdTHV and tha MANHiuNSof tha WKAi.THV.but will diipal tha darknan from tha HOMfcd ol thoa n the humbler w.lk. of Ufa, rau dert&g them cheerful and happy, by placing QAfi within their meani. Call at J. Lauadon A Bra.'. Hsrw.te Store, Main atreet, Dayton, and wltuew tha luooenlul triuiupu of thi ht over all othara. Ail cna ne.uuiui ana varioue a.iigna ol LAura, RRACMK Tit, Fi.N0 AMU, and CHANDSLIKHU.rur double puruoM. of ORN AMKNT and LIUHT.oon- auy on nana ana reauy to put up on ihort no- ttoa. Arrangement, oao be made with theuuder- nad to llaht couarav cHuatuva. HALLa.HTo.K.. bHon and KuirJCHcsa, oa favorable tarma, end warranUdteglva aatlifaotlt n. Call Immediately, while the aaauiUaeai la good, and aiaka your leien. Uooa. W. A W.i,. WLNUHAXL. aprSI-lraaAdiwnia TEElJtj, In oonneotioo with his supply Xv Woolea Manulioturer'i artlclea, a large and lull auortmaat of India Rubber belting, pMklug Puking Hum, o. Would .ol.ll j call the atuu tloa ol Mlllara, Manu'aaturvre ami Machlnlata my atoak of keltlng, which I. tilty per muI aheeiwr than any other kuid el Baiting for power aad dura bility Haa alao ao hand Laoinf Leather. Belt Hooka, Waqa, MatMne tarda, nxda.a. : of to of of to THE GREAT EKCUS.. FEr.CUY.' ! . r-lcrrntMt I'rntnl rill. Prtfarfi fnm a prrtfrifltm Sir J. Cttrit. "iyrf. Us ICtlrtonliniTf r A Q.rr. j iti is Invaluable medlelnele entailing lntheeur.0 1 all thoaa painful and dangemue dloeaaee tn which thefemal.eeneutirtloa la euhjaes. It ndtM ml aoMMce and renevee all obatnnUna a, ends pAj are stay be relied on. TO MARRIED LADIES It la peculiarly suited. It will, la a abort time, bring on th monthly nation with rasrularlt y Each bottle, price Ona Dollar, bears the Oovera- ,n' "P0 'iat, to prerantowintera.lt . CAIITIOM. Thebr rii.t Koei.p sot ac taskn AsrR.MAi.Ka , nraixo thi FIRST TMRKR MONTHS or Paco- I RAMI V, Aa TMCV All atnt TO natR orMuk-ab i aiAOB, BUT AT ANT OTHER TIMS TH K V ARK BArK. In all eanaa of Nervmia and Spinal Afnwtlone, I Pain la the Baas and Ltabe, ratlffuaoa lighten.- I rtton. Palpitation of th Heart, Hvaterlee and I Whltaa, thaaa PUIa will airrot a aim whrn all other neana hare failed) end although a powerful remedy, do aot aoataia Iron, ealonel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the aoaatltutloa. lu!litirellAna ta the pamphlet around each pack et, whlah should be eaiatully preaarved. Bole agent for the UnitedHutea and Canada, JOB MO E4, (Late I. C. Baldwin Co..) Rochester, Kaw-Vora. N. B. $1,00 and alx poatag atampa noloaed to any authorised Agant, will Insure a bottle, eontaln- IngSopilla.by mall. Rold la layton by W. W. STEWART,and WALTERS KEI.HO. aiylf CET.A3. B. CLARKE, REAL ESTATE AND WILL buy find neU on Comra.Knion Ileal HitnUof ll tat mil, Bon.lt, Ln4 WrrM.tt i tint In.nt. Will lo?ftt IaoU U'nrranti. Inmn iro-ffrtj; at riumli)e ratrt In food rtionlble Cominuttet, and ioagn?Al afenoyanilcnroralMlon butDM. .fSo harf unlets ' ! md. Offloe with T. J. a. flmtth, Esq.. Cittfff'i Building, Tblrditret. A STOCK of DRY O0OD8, for which a good IMPROVKU FARM will be exchanged. Inqillreof CHAR R. CLARK K, aul Clegg'a Bullillng, Third at FOR SALE CHEAP. Irt ACUKS, on the River Road, near the e.S Clnclnnali R. K . I'i mlln from the eltvt I imall rmmfl hoime anil atAble, choice fruit vlnaa, no. A vrv ut-siraoiv piece lor a i.aruen laii. i;ma9. n. i.i.Aniin, augs Third atreet. TOR RENT. A FINE store room on Market street, very aultabl for a Urooery r ltating Houae, nlng that partot therwom now occupied by K. A. T. T. Mora, that fronta on Market atrt, may be either SO or ttu feat deep. Alio, a Urge room on the arcond floor, SSxtO feet, suitable for an otttce. Kntrance on Third street. nuutre of K. A. T. T. ftlnrc, or ;HAS. K. CLARKE, Jylt Real Eatate Agant, ad St. FARMS, TWO HANDSOMK and highly improved farma, l)lng aoont 4 milea north of the oity, 76 acrea each. CITY PHUPKHTY wilt be takeu in part payment. AL-U, 340 acrea in Hancock County, not far from the coiintv "eat, and throa lourthi of a mile from a rail road itatiou. loo acrea improved, baiauae excellent timlier. Very Hoe lnnd, and will be .old at a bar gal u. ALSO, 1-iO acreione mile north wait of Union City, well Improve,!; a ereefc running through th eentre, never falling wattr, large Darn, good bearing or chard. iirinKi. Ac. S4 acrei In Dnrke county, part good timber; good Isnd, a Mo. I barn, painted, good home. l,OUO down, balance on lung tiuie. A number of other farm, variously located and all ver cheap, together with a large amount of deaira ble oity property of every deaoriptlon. jyia tnan. &. kLAMi,wiei, Land, Land. I WOULD call attention to Land now of fered to exchange for City Property or Goods, located as follows : OatiiO Shelby, Rons, Allen, Defiance, Henry, Fulton, Darke and WUliams Counties. INDIAN A lUudolnh.Weiis.Wabaah, Stark, Jaaper, Fulaakland Lake Countlee. ILLINOIS Lawrence, Kichlaud, Crawford and Jasper Counties. MISSOURI UbariLuo.WaalUDKton, Madison Hip ley, Reynolds, Oregon and Shannon Couatlea. IOWA Scott, Buchanan, Uuoue. Cedar and an Buren Counties. MINNESOTA Uakoim, Ramsey, Rice, Scott and MvLeod Counties. The above are choice land, and will be exchanged on the most desirable terms on app It cation to Jyd Clea;s's Building, Third street. To Capitalists. A UANDSOME new two story Brick urn Dwelling (double) oa Brown atreet, that will rent for tkm rca cknt. on the investment. Korsaie by CHA8. fc. CLARKE, je 91eMl? ulIdl?Jla "treat. CITT PROPERTY II Jefferson st. A handsome Lot. West side, below sth st. Hmali Frame upon It. Second at. House and Lot be ow Perry, north aide. Houae, Two-story Brick Large and oouveulent, Lotouxttuo. Brown St. Opposite Buckeye at. Large Brick Houae and large Lot. CHKAF. Brown st. Corner of Ann. Two story Lkiubte Brick House,- good Cellar, Well, Cistern, sto. Will r.-nt to pay lu ?er cent, on tha Investment, ippoaite Barr. Two-story Frame House. Lot ooxl&o. Fifth at. Corner of Montgomery. Fine Lot. Small Frame House. AU); FORTY I.OT.St On the HillbetweenSdandMh its.. and a large number of vacant Lots In different parts of the city. For sale cheap, or toexchangv lor other property. CHAS. E. CLARKE ke. F-state Agent, Clegg'a Building, Vd at, m Farms. i) A ACRES in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum -6 XT aer. on the 0. ft N. R. R.,one hundred acre. Improved, the remainder timber olgood quality, deep, rich, alluvial soil. Taereare two good dwelling Housesonthprem Ises, convenient out-houses, and la tae midst of a good settlement. This farm la offered at the low prloe of $ IS per acre, being much leaa than lta value. For sale by CHAS. K. CLARK t, Real Katata Agent, d atreet. FOR BALE, OH 000 ACKES of Land in Illinoia.oo 0JyJJVJ or nearlinea of Rail Roaua,eompri llng improved Farmland wild landa. Totho having imall farina In thi. aeotlon, that will aell at a good price, I would lay aell, and go where you aan get a large treat ol Iiul nt low trice, aud where you will have equall) good mar ata. ALSO, 10,000 Acree well selected Land, in Miaaourt, both tha quality and title of which Iwill guarantee. For aala or eaehange for oth er property, on the awl dairb!e taruia. ALSO, A small but ouoioe Farm in Clark County, well improved, will be cold cheap, and eity property taken in partpayment. ALSO, A fin Lot on Ludlow (., between 4th and Sth, US by sa ft alley back. ALSO, Garden Lots of 7 J acres each, on the River Road, near the eity. AIHO, A 3 story Brink Business House, on Jetreraon, between Sd and 4th ata., aad adealrable re.ldaaceonath at., bet. Maiu aud Ludlow. ALSO, Fine impoved Property in "Miuuii city," and"Dayta View," la traata ol front s to Itaaraa. All laraslecuaAS by r, CUA.B. B. CLARKE, feb21 Real Katate Agent, Clagg'iBuUdlnf . lty Property Dealruble Ueal tlenvel I offer for sal on reasonable terme, a aaw and haadeome realdaaae oa ltd atreet, be low Parry. Tha Houae la large andoommodloui, with all the modcra Improvameata aad eooveuienceii la nnely looted, audio a good aalghborhood. Will beaoid cheap, U apuliaatloa 1. auuieauon. ' " CHAS. K CLARK K, mhS Real Bitate Agent, Clegg'a Building. CITT PROPBRTlf. ALSO A bandsom Kesidene on Sth St., between Mitla Mid Ludlowi S Itory Brick, wall furnUhad au , hanuaomaly Improved yrd. Pay- b.du...(. uhau. m ur.AMaa. nihil Heal Kitat. Agant, Ciegg'i BullamgiSd at, CHEAP FARM. 1 (lil ACRKs, It) miles trom tha oIty,;im 1UU provad, orchard, anrtaga, fee. 16 aoraa timber, andsA aorea button. Prise aauperacia, ten.ieby , . CHAS, B. CLARKR, mhS Real taUte Agant, sd atreet. OUT LOT. A FINK Lot on Steele's II111, oontaining 14 aoraa oaautllully altaatad will be aold P, - CHAS, C CLARKE, nprl Real Katate Agaat, Sd atreet. LAND WARRANTS BOUGHT A SOLD at Olnataaatl quotatleae, or lo.atad la Iowa! saM VuudUiM. Fire: rf l - 3 v (Jo. Kf.;iALL. i S. CB I . i " , V . v I I , W.I,. UAK 1 . ' THW C( 'iVF OF I ''IK ANO and at X th llsfinrnat ), t -MARIN !(;. it IKS it. Attention ! on!. rrt t n r - . - a u v itti Pw1 ling KnuM PnH". rm"ti "? innr-i YKARft, if iVeilrfM Mvn t-. I' - ....... , r h troubl of annul, I renewals, mvi n-'iriiy ntnff th ot PlinmrnKM n tmt itr i of prninrtf. o('irt (imI U of Main itr., Ik1 t-mnA snd Thlnl.up.iMr 8. CRAIIHE4D,1Wt. D. W. fDTHHria, tcf . novlS-I'd FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN! SaddIcry,IIarncss&Tmuk MANUFACTORY! CREW & WAHFORD, UKCKEL'S NKW BUILDING, 7ffrt-onit .,btwn 8coad and Third. SIUM OP THE BIOSADDLE, DAYTON, OHIO, AH K N O W B K TT E U P U K l A R K D T II A N thfy aver wero to manufacture every thing in th Hadiile, IIarneB, Trunk, Yaliso, and Cftrpet Bag Lin . They alto hftve thewe nrtkleB, of the hett Quality of tock and wnrkniKnthlp alwnji on hand, iind for ale at the lowest aath ratea Horte BUnketi, Butlnlo Robei, Whlpi, Btti, Briuhci, Ao., alWKya for tale. 1 J-Having aeoured la uWltlon to their flnt elai ft nve, the ifrvloet of a workman who has not yet been excelled In the world, and whoae work hna Inken the iiremlura at the "World Fair," they Invite gentlemen who deaire the nr.ent work to cull rndeKanloeoeiniena, and ordr work. Being praotlcal worainen, eugstgrd In the bnataoaa for a ntttnrer ol yenrat nnd having the beat work men and the bent stock to be bad, they dely com, titton, and Invite comparison of woik. KEPAIUINQ OF ALL KINDS, Done In the hrst manner, and at the lowest rates. They invite the ieoule from oitv and eountrv to glvethetn a call. jyit-tf Dr. d. McCarthy WJOULl) inform his friends and tha af- v fllcteil of Layton and vicinity, that having been a successful praetltloner of Medicine and Sur gery, during the past ten years, four years ot which time hax been spent In Dayton, and having been Prof, of Anatomy and Phvsloiogy in the Phyalo-Medi ial College of i'hlt for lour yeara, and Prof, of Surgery la the same Institution during its last sesaiont and on that account haa made It his busmesta to keep .uMruuii inn 1'ifunni Mirrit'iire ni inp world, anu tiavina learned thruiurh the Medical Journal) of Kn. rope aud America the wonderful imwer of Kxtri. city na a Tlternpeutlo agent. In almoat ail formn of diteaae, both Metllcal and Surgical, when applied by such men aa Dr. Uoldiry Bird, Dr. Wiiann Phillips, ni, nnnruvi, it. i imimiitg mm umera Ol OlirOOUn- tryj yet knowing that ttaapplieatlon by l bene great meu waa a-lmitted bv themselves tn h mnir-iM! and unreliable; when Dr. Chambbrlln came to our city a short time since, claiming to have discovered new light concerning the application of Klectrlolty for the cure of dlseaae, he availed himself of the op portunity of attending a course of Lecture, and see ing the application of this powerful agent, aa taught hiiu uraviivni uj mm. nen nuw iuiiy conviuseu tnat Klecirclty, when underatood with reference to lta polaritlea and their retatlona to the vital economy, as taught by Dr. Chamber. In, la the moat powerful, man ngra ble, reliable and efficient agent now knuwo to man tor the relief of pain and sure of disease. H- would therefore Inform all whom it may eon cern, that In addition to the treatment heretofore uvod by him, he Is now fully prepared to apply this potent agent in such a manner as to relieve and oure many oaaeH which uietllciueti oannot reach. He will also teach those who wish to gain a knowledge of lta application on reasonable terms. The diseases to which it is peutlllarlv amilioable are all forma nf chronio disease, such aa pulmonary oousumptlon, vmiiHUHia, ut-uiiaigiaa, rnvuiisaiism. Slin JOIBta, Spi nal weakness and curvature; weak and aore eyea, llverdteeaae.dyspepsta, torpid bowel, piles, Impo tence, seminal weakne.. and all female difficulties, uch aa leuuhonea, prolajiaua uteri, Irregularity, a.o., Ao. aarOffioe No. 239 Fifth st, Dayton, O. I hereby certify that lr. D. McCarthy ku .n. edtheeoura ofLeoturea dallvered by n,e la the oitjrof Oi.yton.on tha application of Electricity for me aura 01 aieai. ana naa wumeaaed ItaetfaoU and aa.i.ted in applying it to numeroua eaaaa, and la rully .ompatent to admlniiter It to auch aa deaire to avail 'heniaelveaof Itabanetlta. Dr. CHAMBERLIM. Dayton, Auguat 10th, IMS. augls-lauUw HBMRT L. HROWW, A S. IRWIN. BROWN &. IRWIN, BRAD OP TBI BASIN, HAVE the best of Charcoal and oommon Hons Shos Iron. BROWN fc IRWIN Have the beat or Round, Square and Flat Iron, BROWN IRWIN Have the beat of Band, Hoop, Oval, Half Round and Sheet Iron. BROWN IRWIN Have the belt of Wagon, Buggy, Spring aad Dandy Tire. BROWN k IRWIN Have the bat of Norway and Brenzon Nail Rods. BROWN a IRWIN Have the beat Slab ateel and glib Iron. BROWN IRWIN Have the beitof Round, Flat, Square and Octagon steel. BROWN IRWIN Have the beat of Ptttaburgh Sprlsgi and Axlee. BROWN k IRWIN Have the beit of Carriage Hub Baadi, and Tire and flo Bolt.. BROWN A IRWIN Have the bait ot Ballowi, Anvllaand Solid Box Vlaes. BROWN A IRWIN Manufacture and aell stovea, Hollow Ware, Ao. BROWN IRWIN Keep Tin of all alndi, Sheet, Zlne and Iron, BROWN a IRWIN Keep Copper and Tin Bottoma, Block Tin and Solder. BROWN IRWIN Keep pleplatai, fruit can topi, and bottoma, Ao , all of which will be aold to the trade at the lowaat pnoaa. .uca Wall Paper. TylTH the Intention of doing an exclusive.? sta- ii nuiiti uuii4vraai, nvvuer uur LARGE STOCK OF (for a ihort time) At tbe following; reduced prices, 10 cent Wall paper at 1 eenta, 10 do lax do 30 do 36 do so do 3S do 46 do SO do J2ft UO UO 16 do 3 do so do SS sST do 46 do do do do do do do do an loo do do do do And any othara at tha aama rata. MORK, LOURY CO., 110 3d itreet, Clegg'a Building. augio Notice to Non-Ueaisleufs. NOTICE is hereby given to the non-resident wnera of lot. No, 1687, 158C, !, 94113 " -' 1 vu uuii.c). imvi, anu a on ntoaury St.. In tha oity ol baytou, O., to curb, gutter, grade and gravel their aldewalka In front ot their lota, within twen y daya from tha expiration of thi. no tice. Alio, tha n n-reldent owner, of lot. No. IcHS, lttol, ISM, oa llalon atreet, and No. seas and So0, on Wayna atreet, to All up their lota, to abate anul.anoe, cauiad by .tending water, within thirty daya flom the expiration of thla notice. Bv order nJA..n..il t. . an. .1 ... t A . ..., ' - . w wwiauw.., " ' .u W, HI . U . I , , ,noV, A. At BUl l.HriKLU, auls-dawiw city Clerk. Peaches, Peaches. TITE daily reoeivine large, fine flavored v v aud dalioioua Paaohaa, wbloh we oflkr aa wholaaale aud retail to dealeri, lamiliea and tha puuiui eeu.ra.iy, at a. low ngurM aa aan be afford ed. GU.u. a wail aad we will try and luit you. augia b. a r. shull. To the Tax Payers of Montgomery Co., O. THE Hoard of Equalisation of Keal Prop, erty will maet at tha Auditor, olttoe of aald aounty on Tueaday, the Sth day of September. A V. IH6. The booka are now ready for your lninaetion.nd will be in uaa by tha Board during their aMalun. vou win tn.riiore oau aua exaiuloe the ai'praiae meat of your property before that time. DANlkL H. DHyuEN, Aud'r. Aug. la, las. augU-dAwtt (liaaett and Journal eopy.) . Ho, Te Anglers. fALL on J. K. Gebhart and ret a nine H.h. V ing pale. I bave got aioe onei, and ao mlataaa. J7 - u, k)K BOXES of extra nice Oranges, just r " WW WW IHiNtlRNHtlHll . Ml JaU-lwd Wo- Third Street, OS BOXES Lensoos, in prima order, just Ir d. a r. B. shull .01 EY for fptswbar. tt'tt W tutu. I I Both all A At J In fruit AT And belt Or Or . N. N. N. B. that In ing Oregon fladdler Chop! SADDLESjIHItNESaS&c. WILLIAM f.ITC!!ELL, Corner ol i'ilili & Wayn n(re etx. ii voji, o., Manuraefurea aad ksars sonatantly en haadavery vaalety of BADDLBRT, HAitnm, COLLARS. TRUNKS, VALISBGB, AO.,Ao., Of the beit material and make, ltd tha only houie In thi. city that manufactures CUHI.MJ HaiR CASK t'OI.I.AHa. return mviino.ra thmka fr pait farnra, and re.eetritlly.nllelt a continuant,, of theiame, illieiMi e.d Farnteraare cordially Invited to .all COMFORT! EGOMOMY Hot Wo at her. SCIlOOI.CV'RKCFIIinr.HATOKS AND lJE CIICt lM SIVLS- ARCTIC REFRI0EBAT0R8 1 At A. W. Rl( R A CO.'S, Huiton Bulldiag. noyUKT WATER COOLERS, PLAIN WATER COOLEIW, Zlnoand Porcelain, with and without Fllteri. At A. W. RICK a CO.'S, Huatoa Building. Maeeer' Flva Mlnnta Cream Freesera, At A. W. HICK A CO.', Huiton Building. PlniiliF Bnth T tiba. Hip and aipnnpTc Hnth Tuba. At A. W. RICk; a CO.H, Hu.ton Building. Tollat Betta, Plain an Fancy, At A. W. RICK A CO.'S, Huiton Building. Ludlow's Self-sealing Cans and Jars. Requiring no waa. lolderlng or cement. They leal eailly end open easily. Kvery one warranted er fectly tight. Alio Screw Top Caul, WaxCani,and kind, of Cana, At A. W. RICE A CO.'R, Huiton Building. OLD DOMINION COFFEE POTS, end COFFEE ROASTERS, At A. W. RICK A CO.'H, Hilton Building. general aaiortment of Tin, Japan A Preeaed Ware, At A. W. RICK A CO.'S, Huaton Building. Whitewash Bruahea, Rho. Brush... Horub Brtl.hea, Comb Bruiliea, Iuat Bruahea, Tea Duileri, juit re ceived from the Ivait, at A. W. RICK CO.'S, Huiton Building Stovea and Hour Fnrniahing Goods, In general. A. W. RICE k CO.'S., I4 Huiton Building. Peaches, Peaches! BEST QUALITY IN THE MARKET!! During the Season: BRANDENBURG & CO., No; 300 Tbird St., Dayton, O., HAVING PURCHASED THE FRUIT Of one Of the larreit aud bet Penoh Orchard! the Miami Valley, are receiving thla luacloui every day. In the beat condition: and the. will continue to get it aa long aa me aeai.n laiti, They will mpnly fanilliei or Individua l by the BANKET or 1 BOX, THE LOWEST CASn RATES!! the fruit will be of the beit oualltv. and In the ponllile condition. I i ney win luppiy iieaiere in the eity and lur munding oountry, on reasonable termi; and they particularly Invite those who deilre to lell aaaln to givetham a call. They will make It advantageoua. uv? su. wua. uiey .ay. ANDKNBITRO A CO.. augs-tr No. too, Thlnl atreet, Dayton, Ohio. GREAT IsTA.TIOISrA:i, DA.YT02ST, O., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Beptember 6, 7, 8 and 9. AT a meeting of a number of the Citizen of Uarton. at tbe PhllilDa Houae. on th. ath inat.,the ' H. U. BAttlUlUAn, sq. Davtos, was ArroiMTXo Paciidest, and A. JENNINGS, Eeq. Urbane, VIM Prealdent, of the National Hone Show Aiaoclatlon. A Local Committee will here after be aaaounaed. jelO J. MILTON SMITH. P. Douglass & Co., P. Douglass & Co., P. Douglass & Co., ARE SELLING OUT AT COST! ARE SELLING OUT AT COST! ARE SELLING OUT AT COST! Will Remove to 76 Main St., Will Remove to 76 Main Bt , Will Remove to 76 Main Bt., PHILLIPS NEW BUILDING! PH1LLIP8 NEW BUILD1NGI PHILLIPS NEW BU1LDINGI About the 1st of September! About the 1st of September! About the 1st of September! Na 761 No. 761 Na 761 No. 761 1 No. 661 No. 761 i Na 761 No. 761 , No. 701 Na 761 Na 761 Na 761 augS SOUIKBLS, H. 8THICKKR. FRANKLIN HOUSE, SCHIEBLE & STRICKIER. Propr'i. CORNER MAIN AWD SECOND 8T8., DAVTOIV, O. HAVING retaken this well-known and popular Hotel, they are daiernilued that Its good reputation with th. publie shall not In tha lent be ulmtnUbed under th.ir auperlntaauanaa, but rather It ihall ba Increawd. The houae haa bean thoroughly refitted, and every poialbla convanlan.. audMl to .very department. The Bar will be furnlihed with nothing but pure ilQUora,adrtreahiHgbwvragca. Tha stable, aaharetofore, will be in ohargSof oare ftll hostlers. aug-Smdaw Strawberry Plants. THIS being lb time for suoceaefullv plant ing the Strawberry, I am prepared to furnish young and tbriny punts f th. followisf approved varlctlea i . Hover's Seedling, MeAvoy Superior, , Peibody's New Uauboj, South Burr BeeJIing, Burr's New Pine, and Early Washinaton, Wh'.h have baaa raised with great oare. WAR RANTK 1) pure and uoaiixed(a vary Imporlant oou idw.tlon) and in Una condition. Th.y wlllbaiold wtaliaw loeutt puroba.ori.at raaaabla ratM. WUl pay particular -tt.ntlon to taklligupand pack, plants, M tha thev aan b. aant iuuo.a.lul:y bv eapteaal l aur earl W the Hailed stasis. 1 . K" mi urn ' N. OUMER. vws tH)wJw, CU, 11 II II ! : K0BE1VT OUDEN, Plumber and Gteani Fitter, No. 3 .Irfrr.on strrrt, arovr Third, ' . DATTON, OHIO. Pump: s, UntliB, Wntcr Closeta and WaBh-Stfindu, Fixed mnd Reptirrd, aeat en fa tkarlnt , ltd1 mart reeiaaaAe rerma. AI.RtV A large quantity of t.lft.nd Fnr-e Piimpe, Well and Cl.lern Punipi nl ererr deeerlptlnn.whlch are w.rranteil not to freere up In winter. Urn. t'lHik.nf all kind., inch a. W.h-land, bvr. Wa ter and Rle.m Co.lti. Together with all kinda of Fiumhera' Hrn. Work. All klnda of Hatha made and repair d. SaTl'aah raid for Lead and I'ewter. JylS-lw Waldcn & iMnrslmll n A VINO formed a oo partnership for the tran.ar-Mnn of a general Hardware bmlne.., have purt-h.ied of ii.vld Hlcnf hi. entire ilock ol Hardware Ac , and are now prepared to wait upon their friend, and Ihe puhll. at the old Hand, No, 930 Filth itreet A lllieral patronage Ii re.peclfnllr lolleltril. i" WALUKM a MARNHALL. . ,r . Vtn-tlw I HA VE anld out and trnnaferri-d to Walden A Marah.ll my enltlre Intere.t In the Hardware bu.lne... I w lhl.oi.'.l,,n to relcirn my tlmnki o mv rrleniti and the public Im their kind patronage and oonhtlence. Ironllall) lertfmmeiid my.iiei.ae. on, WaldenA Mar.hallai worthy o tlie.ame.ln all reiecta. Jjvs 1IAVID 81.KNTZ. DR. ruLLBR, ctrinuru Surfcon DAYTON, OHIO. Graduate of the School of Vetrlnary Medicine and Surgery, Bolton, Mnaiachuietta. Dlieaaea of Hor.ra ectenttfloe ly treated tn the atablei ol ownen or In hi. Intirniary. nm.i. at Mr. John Shellslierg.r'l I Ivery Stable, Jefti-mon it.,Juit telow 'I'hlril. Infirmary In the alley opimille eai-t end of Market Houae, in the rear of Mr. Hrlce Dllla'a Livery Mable. july IS daw Sin NOTICE IS hftreby given thnt a petition will be pre stMitel In the Comnilsslnners of Montgomery uouiity. st their SfMitemtier session. ttrKvlne for the rfltAhlMhing of a County Komi, befflontnga.t or near tlie section line, two mite south of C'entrevllle, on tlieDnytnn end Lebanon Turnpike Konrt, la Wash ington township, In said oounty, and to run est from salt! point on or near the section line to the Centrevllle anil WaynosvtHe roarl, nmnlns; oa the soum siting ne noes oi me iana oi mrs. Aun mur phy, John 8. Roberts, Hohert Sears and John P. Hoars, and on the north along the lines of the land nf J. A. Watkms, Thomas Hatrlrld, John N. Roberts, John S. Wilson and Harah Anilervnn, the distance from the starting to the jm.nt of termination being ai'i'iit muniiiri, 1 MU.1lV.1 I1A I rmi.ii, aufri-HKl-tlt wa wtt and others Notice to Ifitilvte Builders. SEAIiKO rroporile will he received at the ortioe of the Auditor of Montgomery oounty, O., In Davton. until Monday th 2th day of August, A. Ii.. isftd, for the erection of a single track covered bridge, with two stone abutments and one stone iiier.) auross Stillwater Hlver. near Umbauau's Mill. IMan and specifications can be seen at the atore- taiu iinitj',on and alter tbe tlrsi day uf August next. dj nniei m urt-ouiny oinniissioners. DA.NlbL II. DHVDHN, JyttT-dAwtt Auditor, Notice to Stockholders. Office or thk Davton A Western R. R. Co.,( Datton, July mth, 1669. NOTICK in hereby givon that the An nual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Com pany. tor the elect ion of Directors aud transaction of otiicr husliieHB. will be held at the otttie of the Company In Uayton, on Wednesday, the list day of August ncxT,neiwrcn in nours oi a auu 4o"oiocjt, r. ni. j Jr wtt W. F. DOGGKTT, Seey Peaches. 1JIC1I, HIPB AND LUSCIOUS, FKKSH X from thn Orchard, In Warren county, every morning during the season, In wagons. For sale, wholesale and retail, In any tMiantily, at the Agri cultural Warehouse, on ad street, east of the Post Office. U'r,J I.. WOODHUU. o re CENTS Until Further Notice ! F 1NE COLORED MELAINOTVPES, IN In nice cases. atSSCKNTS. Fine Colored Melainolypes, A 11 0IVII .ADCD, At 93 CENTS! KtkVRoouiB on 3d st., north side, 3d door east ol Main. If l can be round at all hours of the day, trom A. ni. ii.ii r. 1,1. 1UOU A UA V. CALL SOON. augl-tf House to Rent. i GENTEEL Dwelling, in a good looa- JTV. tlon, oontaining aeven rooma, to rent. Kn- quire at mi. oitme. ; augS-tl Stoves and Hollow-Ware. Dayton Founder if. NFJFF, BENNET &. CO., Proprietors. Storc-rooius U70 Third st A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF Cook and Heating Stoves, always on hand. VX7E ARE MANUFACTURING THE "V following Cook lullowlng Cook Stovea, and are prepared to 1)11 s nromutlv: my:- "BANG-UP- AIR-TI0UT. "UAYTUK1AW" A1K-XIUUX, "MIAMI PREMIUMS," "IMPROVED BANO-UP," "ULl.NTUN AlK-TlUUT,"KITat10v.ni 'KINuV OF HT0Vi," Klavaud Oven. ALSO, Tin Plate Htovoa, Six and Seven Plate Heat- ing Moves, Parlor Stoves, Ao., vo. OAST TEA KETTLES, A VRRV SUPERIOR ARTIOI.H. Our BANG-UP AIK-T10HT COOK STOVE haa no auM?rlor It coottnuta to tie a great favorite. We could rill a volume with teatlmonlala, if it were uenuiiary. We are Agenta for the sale of the Thla Range haa been gotten up wtthln a few montha paat, and liai many auvantagee over tbe old Rangea. Do you waut a auperior Haugel Call and examine rue bioue. 70 Third atreet, Dayton, Ohio. Jy7-Smd6mw NKKF, IllCNMiT 4 CO. Fare Reduced! THE PROPRIETOR OP THE MASSA HOIT HOCHK hsa reduced the fare of Traniiant Board to SI. 60 per day. Thla Houie will be k.ut aa a KmsT-i'LAtts Houie. Theraicaaud location of thla House win be lutrloteut uiduoemema for Mer chanta and business Men to make thla head-quar-teri wbtledoing builnfi. In Chicago. Th.Tr.veler will find thia the nioat convenient Houae in thla oity, aa it I. only fifty feet from the Cra.t Central Dopot. Ornnibuiea leave thla House for all traina In other parte of the city, jys J. W. HUMPHREY, Prop'r. Choice Groceries. K HHDS. Choio N. O. Sugar, " ! birrcla Lererlng'a Crushed and Granulated Sugar, 1- bag. clean RtoCoffte, S barrela beat N. O. Uolaaaea, and -30 doxeu chaker Broonia, received and for sale by CHARLKS POST, JulySS East Second at., 4 doora from Main. . Infant School. MRS. MAGDALENE SCHAEFER will opeaaachool for .hlldrsn between three and alx years of age. Having had a long expeieiieuce a. teauher in Infant Schools In Germany, where lu atltutioual thi. kind have had a daaiuad auoseu, aha would herehy aollult the patronage ol th. pub Ho Inquire at No. sal lat areet, near the Canal, augl.-laiw Grape Vines. THE Subscriber lias on hand, and in the beat oondl tlou, 7S,oou Catawba Lir.y Vlii. .toote, two y. an old. watch h will aell for 930 per looo. A Lao 100,000 do., which he will aell for m jt per He invltea fruit agent and others to give him a oall r. SCHCTTK, Nr the I unatlo Aijlumron the Baavertown Road. COD FISH. AHOGSUEAD of prim CODFISH the niceat In tha market juit received at the New Grocery Store of J. K. GkBHART, aul No. W Jeaeraaa it. Shaker Yarn. 1 Orandmoth.ra, Mothers and Aunti can find tha beat Shaker Vara for sal. by CHAkLKs POST, augll-daw Kaattd at., a doora from Main. If hinted: A YOUNG married mas, with some oapi. tal, wbhee a altuatloa la aoaie m.reaatll huM. wh.M ikm na. h.. . t t . . . , tu.ii. im f.rlwulaw. ybuva gKklaee Bo. . be on A ft HEZIB DXaiPENSAriY, OFPKS Bo MAIJI ST., Ttawnnd door, I p at.lr.,) Puiralni N. V. UK tKLKIlHATKI) Hit. JOHNSON, BVtt.ni. Physician, treats lucceaifully thefol lowing dl.aa.el; Coaauaiption, Pyapepiia, Aatlima, Norvons Debility, . Bronnhitis, llendschecn'd in 10 m Lung A Ct Diseases Hrrivfn la, Diaeaeesof the Heartfelt Rhetirn, Kidney Affootione, lilieumatiem, Lirer Complaints, Fever and Ague, Female Weakness, Pimples, Hiaeaaes of the Ear and Eye, Sin., &e. All whnara aultVrlni, from the above namrri dli eaaea, or any other eoni;licaL-d dneaie of yeara tnmllag, are Informed that they can have forward ed l,y mall or eapri'M lor the imall sum or si a neat parkage of Nleillrlnes, with all neecaiarr dl reotlonianumetllcalatlvlce. Talletiti Rhnuld apply without delay, aa they nan obtain liiltant rellrl from the Doctjir'l remedlri. Ir. Johnson', Mrrilrlnrconifitl of extrartl from elinloe.t Medlnlnal foretrn and native Itoola ami ll.rbs, Miufaotured under lift own mirvlilon, at bla lu.pcniary, and therefore aroliltiie; the III. of Mereury and other mineral pnliani, that were nev er deigned for the eyatem, to whlrh many thoui andi hare fallen vlrtlrui and gone to early gravel. LOTION FOR THK CUMPlKXION Ir. John, lor.'a remarkable LOTION for heautllyliiR and Im proving the Complexion, removing alnioit lnstnn taneou.lv Jan. Meckle., Phnplei, J0 will t. .rnt to an part of the country lor SI 00 and one pott age etaiup. Addrrra ' HR. JOHNSON, Prawer 104, Office 96 Maiu atreet, bulla) , N. V K. B FetnaleHilli SlJXJbox. jcll-diwly THE DRUG STORE, 140 main stih:i:t, between market and fourth. W. S. ROBINSON, (stTCCKSSOR TO HURRARD R0RINS0N,) TS NOW RECEIVING AT THIS WELL- A known -land ill. FOURTH mireh..n lr .1,1. season, from New Vork, Phlla,lelphla, Baltimore and i.iiieiuuAii. a.enerai assortment ol goods llsuallv kept in a tlrat-olaa. drug Store. Among the assortment may tte found genuine Ltl hln's French Fxtracts for the Ladles, K. Ilupuy's "Kiss Me Uulik," llarln'i Franglpana, Ui.nnN, Ilaule'l Hsrrlion'i, UrlKht'i, ll-riiy's an- other Ferfumeryi FancvSoapi nf every style ami quality, uch a. Rarln'a, ulenn'i, Haulr'i; Honey, Glycerine, Franglpana and Camphorated Soups; Ponclne, Fra Iveand Genuine old hrown Windsor Soap, Ac, kc. LIQUORS. A full line of pure Liquori, by the bottle or pint, for medicinal and mech.nlcal purpoies, Turner's Glngei Wine, and Blackberry Brnndyi nmerlnr Ca tawba Wine. BURNING FLUID. Extra quality, suitable for l'atent and Common Lamp!. OILS, PAINTS, AND VARNISH, Of every poiilble kind, colorand quality. KRUn JAKS, In great variety, bought directly from Ihe Manufac ture, forcarh, and can and will, therefore, be aold as cheap ae Any house In thla city. BtEKH A Vli'S HOLLAND HITTERS, For which I am lole agent for thli city and county. Dealeri supplied at the Manufacturer1! prii ei. PATENT MEDICINES Of every kind now In uie. HAIR OILS AND POMADES, or a thouiand dirtf rent vnrletlei. WHALE OIL KOAP, Forth, certain destruction oflmectaon Plantaand Fioweri. 4 Collar's Rat Exterminator, Lyon's Jlag netio Inseot Powdm; lied Bug Exterminator aiurethlng, ' BRUSHES. Hair. Teeth, Kail, Whitewash, Shoe, Scrub, Duit Ing, Carpet, Window, Paint, Varnl.h, Artlit'a io ao., without number. ' WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED OIL, 2f !." J.?rLb?,t I'talltjf, alwayi on hand; Glau and Putty, Fluid Lampi aud Lampwlck. TOILET GOODS, In endlese variety, and of beit quality. A largo lot of Varnlih bought recently at forced lale In New Vora, which I can .ell to uYnlcra at lei. than Cln alnnatl prlcva. , ALSO, Roblnion'Halr Tonic, Cologne Cough Mixture, Dl arrhoia Gordlal, Horao Llulment, llor-e Powder. o.,c, guaranteed to give entire latlilnotlon Sloan's Condition Powder, Houghton's Peprin. Physlolani'preicrlptlomoarefullyand accurately compounded, ol the beat medlclnci none other hall bo uaed. To my frlendi and the public generally I would re turn my moit grateful thank! lor the liberal patron age extended to the late llrm of H. A R., and would kindly aollclt lta continuance, aa also an examina tion ol my atock by those who have not hereto fore patronized the house. 1 am permanently located here, and expect to make friends and cuatomers by fair dealing. Children sent to my store for anything will be waited up n and the aame price charged aa if their parents came themielvei. JUST RECEIVED, A l27 aiiortment of Fruit Jara of thelateit atylee, and Sealing Wax. ' BIRDS AND CAGES. I'l4.,8."1' "Vd' ln ,hort every thing belonging atrlotly to my builueaa. .y' W. B. RODIN S0N. ON AND AFTER Thursday, July 7, D. W. WINTERS, No. 94, Main st., WILL rVT III! Extensive Stock or DRY GOODS, Down to CLOSING OUT PRICES! Re Is preparing for Fall Furchaaci, and tboie dealrlng BABE BARGAINS! SHOULD OALL IMMEDIATELY! Jyr FINE WINES, ETC. lliiiiKrlaii Wlnei, Itlilnc Winp, French Win.?, Citlaw ba nuil linui.iiKiio wines, MEDOCA BORDEAUX CLARET WINES, Of the flnsataualltv and at the lowest n.i... WnoLBBAIiB AND RETAIL. ALSO, FINP! rinil!9 uu'Kuruirrcir L1MBURGER and KREUTZER 1CASSE. CAPT. L. MARKGRA V No. 276 3d atreet, wort of Post Office, jr.. tJournaianq uazette eopy.) BAGS. BAQBI 9 400 2 and buB0- Ktar Mil's Rims tl, V V. raiv.d thl day. We can luppiy MilV,- ITiTk!" ... h haX. nau'lty, AT LOW Flti- i, .. JOHN, VAN BORKN 4 CO., il"')' " No. o. oor. Main and lid sis. Fresh Meat Every Day. JI?niISJR PlirtTASI Daily Meat and Provision hth itreet, 3 door cant of Brown ttrttt DATTON. O., ' KEEPS constantly on hand Fresh Meats of every; alnd. Butter, Kggs, and Vegetablea in " Produeeof all desuriptloua obtainable can had at his store. Ija-Ashedoshlsown butoherlng, the Puhllccan rely on procuring Fresh Meat ivinv aioaaiau du rliigtheweek. Hedeslres the people to know that MoNoay morning they can procure meat slaught- Thankful tor past patronago, he lollcita a eon.'. UAI1UA lal lllltlll. faun. l a. . . mmm li.-.-Tr .it tiuiiinwiiivu " Uvaerve ii. -w. .uvu atcrr vej j i, uowie iron, firowaatreet. viusuiuvr VI.UrB(. 0 !ia, WENDELIN WOLF, Wholei.leandRct.il rtlANUFACTlUEU . DGALEK IN "HATS" AND "CAPS!" 0. 46 mFEBSOB ITBEET, Wctt Side, between Second and Third DATTON, OHIO. Www A 1 1 nnl.M will K. . k . . .. . prolpuV a-tundadto. '"tTxT For Sale. HOUSE and Lot, on Main street la MM tmwt .1.- f... . 1. . . V T.i,..rV,,A. u.V. S: ""u,"i anq anowa aa tha aer paruumara, Inquire of J'" HBNBY atUsiMnga (jAClkti Airinan Pea Nun lust arrived.