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SATURDAY, JINK 9, iKfiO a Th Uallp and w..hlr Kifln(lii has a removed tethe ttmptre Bnlldlna; N. 1IO Main Mrt, lm Harm free Market MrHl. WTtiHIiit-llMn lh drat IncU RALLY, DEMOCRATS! RALLY! I' ,.,V A MEETING TO-NIGHT! Al the earnest request ofltemncrals nil over lb county, there will 1 a Mam Meeting held IN FRONT OF THE OOI'RT HOUSE, TIT IB KVIONIXa, 8 o'clock, P. Jf , for tne purpose of meeting HON. OEO. W. HOUK, and such other Delegates to lli National Con vention an mar be present, and expres.itiR to them the .etistartion which the Ih-mooraey feel at the gallant manner in which they car ried out the wislie. of their constituents hy their course at the Charleston Cnnveiitinn: and nlso to fuve expression to imr view to the course to I pursued by them at the re assem bling of the Convention al Mullimore, on the lHth iriHt. The meeting will be addressed bjf Hon. OKO. W. UOUK, Hon. DCKIIIN WAltl), Hon. T. J S. SMITH, A. V. IIOI'KR, Kq., and other siieakcrs. We nrge upon every Pemocmt in town and county to make it convenient to lie present at the meeting to-night. Iat the meeting be such an will strike terror to our opponent, and furnish them ndditionul evidence that the Democrats of Montgomery county are deter mined to win the eoniing battle. "keep the Ball Rolling." The Union Candidates Accept the Nomination. Wc'puli'ish in another column. Hon. .lulls Hum.' a letter accepting the nomination of the recent Union Convention for the Presidency. The nominee for Vice President the gifted and eloquent Kvkbktt has also written a let ter accepting the nomination, which we shall publish in the course of a few duyx. In it not strange that men who formerly oc" copied prominent positions in the old whig party, and who Isiast of their conjure-fire views, claiming that they have not changed, nhould be found supporting the nominees of the sectional Chicago Convention in prefer ence to mull "old line Whigs" as Bki.i. and KvtRETT. We are a Democrat, and shall do whnt is in onr power, for the election of the Democratic nominees; yet, were we forced to choose be tween Hkt.L and Kvkkktt and Lincoln and Hamlin, we should infinitely prefer the first two. However wo may (lifter from them on minor matters, they, tike the Democracy, itj hold the Union and the Constitution are wil. ling to yield to all sections of the confederacy equal and exact justice. And this we consid er the paramount issue to be decided in the coming election. Sandusky Not Forgotten. The Sandusky Reguter the other day stated that in the distribution of Lim oi.x rails, that city had not been forgotten, Mr. A. C. Fry having received one from the "old farm," 4c. A Conductor ou the S. D. k C. ltoad assures in that the mil above alluded to was taken from a fence at Rvllcentre, 0., by one of the brakesmen on his train, and that the fellow got ii dollar from Mr. FRr for his trouble I If .Mr. l av is satisfied, the brakvinan is, yet we give the fuots in the case for the puriKise of perpet uating the "truth of history." We hope the .Saudiisky Republican who have been wor shipping thnt Rellcenlre mil, supposing it to be one of the, god set up by Lincoln, will not rest until they obtain one of the "oi igiuul Dr. Townsends." .Our neighlsir of the Journal doe not npear to like the "tone" and "matter" of our article yesterday, relative to the Torch-Light communication. We did not presume he would, mid to be candid, the article was not written for the purpose of securing our - neighbor'! coin, tueudation, o much as it was to state facts, mid apeak of the author of the letter at he de nerved. So far as he is concerned we have aid our say. Maj. Gen. Thos. S. Jessup. Maj. General Thomas 8. Jkbmup, of the V. R Army, was struck with paralysis, at hi resi dence in Washington, on yesterday morning, and is not expected to survive. tlnn. J tssi r baa bean in the army, wa believe, for more tiiao fifty years, and originally entered the service from this State. He was hrcvetted several times for "gallant and meritorious service" during the late war with F.ngland. A Japanese Despatch Home. The Philadelphia Inquirer is responsible for the following which the Japanese might have seut to their master the Emperor. Wa find it very diffioult to comply with the demand of our sovereign, forbidding u to touch the woman of this country. Not from stay disposition on onr part to disobey, but from their desire to seise us by our bands. They are apparently allowed here the greatest freedom, but it is only in appearance. Every woman, married or single, is fastened in a cage of bamboo or flexible steel, extending from th waist to the feet This seems to be bo arranged aa to giva them no uneasiness, but tbev axe ery much ashamed of it, and coavseelH under so nutuf coverings that it gender their appearance quite ludicrous. They are unrestricted aa to th upper part of than persons, which they are permitted to expos aa much at they wish. This they seam to vail themselves of, and oa all ooua ioae of high ceremony, wear very low dresses. As 1b ail barbarous, nations, they slit their awn and suspend from the 01 ornament of gold Mid silver. A Japanese Despatch Home. Washington Gossip. We take the following Items of rVaahingtmi intelligence from the New York papers of tiny before yesterday: The charge against len. Wbb Hi a surf, Surveyor Oeneral of Kansas, have after a most thorough examination been entirely di 'proved. The statement that a portion of the Italian marble columns fiw the rnpitol extension had been landed In the United States Is untrue There has been no purchase or contracts made for thc.e column. The apportionment under the census, now lieing taken, will be reported at the next ses sion of Congress, in order to afford ample time to the Legislatures which meet ohly biennially, a well a other, to district their several State. The new apportionment will not go Into effect until the Thirty eight Congress, the term of which commences the 4th of March, The War Department received this morning a heavy mail from Santa Fe, New Mexico. I lie movement ot troop from that post to Texas was progressing rapidly, and ere this they are doubtless on their wav to the latter plnce. I he Indians were generally quiet and peaceable. Prii ale advices hy the same mail state that the Navajoes were busy planting and putting in their crop, but a soon a that is done it was expected they would again com menee their incursion and depredation upon me wniies. i ne Mo was and I amanrhc were driven Iwck, anil have not yet made their ap pearance, owing to the approach of troop now on their march from Utah to New Mexi co and other point on the frontier. The Conference Committee ou the Home stead Bill are still unable to come to any defi nite arrangement on the disagreeing amend' ments. There seem to be great obstinacy on both sides, and this hill is likely to fail An other effort to adjust differences will he made on r rider. Sennlor M i son si preparing his report on the Harper's Ferry affair. It will not be submit ted to the Senate for some day yet. The impression is very general among dem ocratic senator that it will lie impossible for Congress to adjourn before the first of July. Al the rate they are going on now they will not adjourn Itefore August. The democratic Senators have, it is said agreed to tuke a square vote upon the admis sion of Kansas, and will resort to no exelient to pustjKine or defeat it. Baltimore Convention. MASTER OF TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, BALTIMORE AND OHIO R. R. Co. BALTIMORE, May 20, 1860. To Democratic State and Ux"al Committees, Kditors, and others whom it may concern: Under lis uniform policy of encouraging Baltimore as a place for holding National Conventions, and general meetings, the Bal timore and Uluo Kaiimed Lomjiany ha been the first to reduce the fare upon its own ltoad, and to arrange also, with its numerous con necting line in the West, and the North and South-west, for a general and joint reduction, by through round trip ticket, for the Demo cratic National Convention to be held here on on Monday, the l"th of June next Having effected arrangements therefore, with the principal lines west of u for through round trip tickets between ull prominent points ami the City of Baltimore, and being a Baltimore work, and the only direct line from the greater portion of the West, we desire to have these tacts as widely known as possible, ill order to give the fullest opKrtuuity to en joy the route a well a to secure for our Road the legitimate fruits of it (siition and at traction, and of our effort for tho public ac commodation. The tickets will be good for an ample Mriod before and ufUir the Convention, to allow the holder an opportunity of reaching Baltimore in good seuson, and time to return home iiniii, even should the session of the Conven tion be prolonged. For the week preceding the Convention, additional through passenger trains making all tho connections from tho' Western lines, will be run from Wheeling. Bcnwood and I'ark ersburg, (our terminal and connecting points on the Ohio River,) and every tiossiblc conve nience and accommodation which the exten sive resources of the Comjuiny o.in command, in oc urougm mio requisition to serve the large nuniliers who are expected from the West. The hotels of Baltimore, and a thousand private houses oiler assurance of ample ac commodation to the visitors in any numlxirs, and at ordinary prices, but should these prove inadequate, we propose to bring the extensive hotels of Washington City into play by run ning extrn trains, with a merely nominal fare, between Baltimore and that place. CM miles distant,) al convenient hour before the meet ing and alter the duily adjournment -of the To those desiriug to visit Washington before reluming to the West, round-trip ticket may be bad at the Western ticket otlice for but two dollars additional, which is a reduction of one-third from the regular fare at Baltimore. Four regular daily trains ere constantly run between Washington and Baltimore, at conve nient hours. Should the Great Eastern steamship visit New York Harbor during the period of the Convention, as expected, arrangements will be mode by this Company by which the Weat ern visitor at Baltimore eea be taken to that Since and liack on round-trip tickets at re need fare. W. P. SMITH, Mas. of Trans. I. M. COLE, Gen. Ticket Agt. "Honest" Old Abe Lincoln. The following scene actually occurred be tween a man and his wife in this city a few days since t H'U'e Well, Mr. Jones, the Republicans hare found one bones! man ill their ranks ut last, haven't they T Jiuthawl Oh I yes, my dear; it would be a hard matter to find any other kind in our parly. Why do you ask r MVi Because I have heard so much about the Treasurer of this State running away with the jwople's money, that I bod come to the conclusion all the Republicans were rogues, and presumed your partv had designa ted Mr. Lincoln as "JUuett old Abe." for fear the public might think he was as bad as the rent. Husbund suddenly remembers that he has a pressing engagement down town. Dishonest Clerks. For a long period, articles of merchandise received at the Hamilton and Dayton depot, and uncalled for by the consignees, have dis appeared iu a hitherto mysterious and unac countable munner. Superintendent McLaren determined to fathom this mvsterv. and cor rectly concluded that the disappearance of me goous was tue result ot dishonest practices on the part of some of the employee connec ted with the depot. By strict, but cautious, investigation, he learned the fact that twelve sack of feather aud eighteen sacks of pota toes, which had remained uncalled for, had been sold, within a tew dava. br some of the clerks of the demt He accordingly took out warrant and caused the arrest of Richard M. Stockton, John Brown, John M. Louen- berg and Robert U. Carson, on charge of petit larceny. The parties gave bail for their ap- jwsisikb wus morning uerotw we rouce Court Thev era all rnsnactjLhlv mHnu4ul and it ia earnestly to be hoped that they will be able, satisfactorily, to vindicate their Wo-pnee,--.(Ai. JUnfutrtr, yntorday. Religious Intelligence. Ri-ti R or tiir Jr. to I'Ai.iTtsr. There is deep significance in the events now train plr Ing which point to (he re-possession by the Jews of their native land. The tide nf progress, after lapse of centuries, teem to hsvn fairly turned in that direction, and the prayer long offered by the scattered ieople, the Jew mv be said to lw hastening to its fulfillment. The thiltnn of Turkey is enennraging Jewish emi grnlion tu Palestine, and I offering to sell llum as much land as tiny choose to bey, and it Issaid has even expressed hi willingness to ilirHie of the Mosque of Omar to them, which, It will be recollected, stands upon the very site of the Jewish Temple on Mount Mnrinh. This moque is one of the Miihom medans most celebrated shrines, being scarce ly inferior In national importance to those of Mecca and Medina. Politicians nnd statesmen look upon these indications as a legitimate consequence of the liberalizing iiilliience of Miilioinmedun intercourse with Christians, and so they may be ; but to the reader of the yet unfulfilled pages of Revelation, they also jxiint to what, as it resjiects the Jewish nution, "pro phets and kings," hae long waited, "but died without the sight" That the Mosque of Omar should he in n fair way of passing Into the hands of the people to whose fai hers the site on which it 'lands was once given in an ever lasting covenant, i what no reader of secular history fifty years ago could even have dream ed would ever come to pas. Some of the hills around Jerusalem have already lieeoino Jew ish property, and it is by no means improbable that some too of present generation will see the entire city of Jerusalem aguin in the hand of it ancient owners. That might re volution will follow in the wake of such nn event is prolskhly as certain as that the Jews will return at all ; at all events, affairs in that immediate region of the Fast must ere long become an engrossing theme among - the na tions of the earth. The Cleveland paper report that an inter esting revival is in progress in Lornin county. Meeting have been at Rochester, Brighton and Pitisfield. There I also a religious awak ening at Huntington, eighteen or twenty hav ing licen converted, and many more nre seek ing peace and pardon. The highest and low est classes are alike affected. Service arc held every evening in the week. A revival has also recently taken place at Athens, Ohio. On a recent Sablsith lillyifive person joined the Presbyterian church, twenty-nine of them were head of fntuilies, six or seven were over fifty years of age, and two were not far from three score nnd ten. Mr.THoniM. From an official return, sub mitted to the Oeneral Conference now in ses sion at Buffalo, we glean the following inter estingtutitic of Methodism in the world : Tiilnl iu.'ml.-r l.wtl.aw Atil Ino-i-lling iri-iw-liers i.i.jiki Tots) crmitnuiiicatil la America I,!s.,,s4.- Telnt etiiiiimililcHiils in Klirebe 7.Hl,:tri Total ,7:M, Miner iMitieN, hnM sIhIihIh-m he exw-llv ih- tamed IO.imh, nictutft-r unit N erem-tierN, 1ll.'20fi Grand T"liil a,74.'l,:si.. The Rev. Dr. McClintock, one of the most eminent divines in the Methodist Episcopal Church and family, will sail for Europe on the 10th day of June. He goes out at the urgent solicitation of numerous friends, of all denomi nations to take charge of the American Cluicl in Paris. Some of the distinctive features of Method ism seem to lie Ignored hy thnt sect in Buffalo. A correstoudent of the Cincinnati tiutette hiivs : 'The Methodist churches here are nil iM'wed churches, with tine organs, cushioned seats, ami other 'carnal' com torts, not in good repute with the denomination at the West. It looks a'litllo queer, tK, to see a Methodist congre gation sitting and the minister standing, dur ing the opening prayer ; but such is the cus tom in this country- a cm-loin which, accord ing to'uiv Buckeye notions, would be 'more honored in the breach than the observance.' " A corrcsKtident of Jnn't Herald stales that the Vermont Conference of the M. E, Church, at its recent session, adopted a reso lution against secret societies, which "reque-tj their memhera to dissolve their connections with such societies." At a recent meeting of the Baptisls minis ters in Providence, R. I., the question was dis cussed, "How a church ought to deul with a member who had taken bribe for his vote." It. was concluded that he should be admonish- ished. and if not satisfactorily penitent, ex- lvded as for kindred offences. The king of the Sandwich Island is taking nn interest in Episcopacy, and offers to give a site for a church nt Hawaii, build u pursonage nd pay n salary of fl,0(n a year to a rector. Lilieral subscriptions have lieen mode, in Boston in aid of the project to erect, a ' Home for Aged Men." The Traveler say : One gen erous citizen headed the subscription with a gift of 2,000, another followed with n dona tion of $) ,000, and we hope soon to report that the (20,000 needed has been obtained. The Trustees of the Inebriate Asylum, in corporated by the Legislature of Maryland, are procuring subscriptions preparatory to con structing the itepeiujary buildings, Split in tub Illinois Li'TIIkhan Synod. At the recent Lutheran Synod of Northern II. liilois, the entire Scandinavian portion of that body, consisting of some twenty-four Swedish and Norwegian pastors, representing iiIhjiiI sixty churches, withdrew oil account of cer tain decided doctrinal differences which have for several year past beeu a source of strife and contention. Prof Esbjorn, of the Springfield University, haa resigned his position in that institution, and nearly all the Scandinavian studeuU have returned to their homes. Measure have sinus been taken to organize distinct Scandinavian Synod, and a Convention is culled for that purpose, to us seuibla in Rock county, Wisconsin, ou the 6th of June. A Lutheran paper uow befous, commenting upon these proceedings, gives, the opinion that all the difficulties here refer red to are attributable to Prof Esbjoru's sus piuioiis, and his want of acquaintance with the manner of pquducting literary institutions in America. IxTKaxsTiM) Itkm. A sharp Wusbingtoii letter writer, who bos been "doing" the Japa nese, says: "It has bee ascertained that the weeks "washing" of the Japanese is live hundred pieces, and that the dignitaries wear under garment of raw silk, while those of the re tainers are entton." ' Onto Whitb Hcxfhur SraiMoa, We met yesterday a party of four g&ntUuiau with their familiee, from Alabama, enroute for the Ohio Whit Sulphur Spriugs, that delightful sum mer resort on the banks of the Scioto river. seaf KiAwnbut.'MtmyMt Appeal, Junt . The Letter of Acceptance of the Hon. John Bell. WASHINGTON HUNT TO JOHN BELL. BALTIMORE May 11, 1860. Sin It hns become my agreeable du ly, n the presiding officer of the National Union Convention, which terminated it ses sion in this city lest evening, to inform yon mm you nave received tne nomination of thai InmIv ft it .candidate lor the oftiee of Presl dent of the United State. Altera frank in terctmiige of sentiment, In which the merits of all the riiMiitguishcd rnndidetee presented for our consideration were canvassed In the most Inendly spirit, the Convention resolved with entive unauimitv and creat enthusiasm to place your name before the American peo ple, nn me cnosen representative ot Its prin ciple of constitutional lilicrty and union. nun a jut appreciation ot your known mod eralion and justice, vour uniform siinnorl . nl wie and be -.clic ii nt mcimnrc of legislation your lirin and heroic resistance of the repeal ot the .Missouri I'oininoniise nnd all kinili-eJ measure rah -ii luted to engender sectional dis cord, and yonr lite long devotion to the Union. harmony and prosperity of these States, it was dceiiieii, with one iieeonl, thnt you ere the man for the crisis; nnd that, with vour honored name msi nbi-d ou our banner, nn earnest ni pen I shall be made to the people to rallv for rue preservation ot our national institution. We leel, one ami all, that vour election to Ih I residency would cnnirc the Integrity of onr government, restore tne iKnce ot Hie Union and afford an unfailing guarantee for the sn iiremaey of the constitution and the laws. I have the honor to be, with high respect, your - To the Honorable JOHN BELL. JOHN BELL TO WASHINGTON NASHVILLE, May 21, 1860. Dr. a a. Sin Ollicinl Information of my nom ination to the Presidency of the National I nion f onvcntion, ol which von were the pre siding nlheer, was roniniunicaled to me by Vour letler of the I I ih inulanl nl lU:t..l..l..l.:. on the eve of my departure with my fumily for my place of resilience in Tennessee unci dif fident as I was ot inv worthiness. I did not hesitate to signify my intention to accept the position assigned to inn bv that distinguished and patriotic body. But for convenience, and under a sense of the propriety of acting in so grave a matter with greater deliberation, I con cluded, ss 1 informed you nt the time by a priMiie nine, to ueter a lormiii acceptance tin til nfter in v uiTrUal at boiiie. Now thnt I have had all the leisure I could desire for reflection iijhiii the circumstances under which the nomination was made, the piiriiv in tne motive and the loltv stunt ol patriotism by which the Convention was ani mated, as evinced in all its iiroceediir. 1 can Appreciate more justly the honor done rue by the nomination; nnd, though it might have iH-eti mine lorliinnto tor the country bad it fallen uooti some one of the ninuv distimr- uished statesmen whoso names were brought to the notice of the t 'onvcntion, rather than mysell, 1 accept it, Willi ull its possible rcsiion- Nihilities. liutever may be the issue of the ensuing canvass, as for myself, I shall ever regard it as a proud distinction one worth a llle-lniig effort to alluin to be pronounced worinv lo receive the Highest ottice in the gov eminent at such a lime as the present, and bv inch a coiiveiilion as that which recently met in Baltimore a convention far less iuiHising nv tne iinmner ot its iiieinliers, large as it was, than by their high cluiranler. In it were tneli vi ruble for their ngn and their public ser vice j who could not have called from their voluntary retirement from public lifr but by me strongest sense oi patriotic duty; others, though still in tin- prime of life, ranking with the fust men of the country by honors and distinctions uVeudv acquired ill high official positions, Mate and national ; many of them statesmen worthy to fill the highest office in the government ; it still greater nimilier ocon pying the highest rnnk in their respective pro fessional pursiiils; others distinguished by uieir iiiieingetice anil wen earned Iiilliience in various walks of private life, and all anima ted and united by one spirit and one purpose the result of a strong conviction thnt our political system, undur the operation of a com plication of disorders, Is rapidly lipprnaclilng a crisis wiinn a uiciiy cnaiiiro must take place, indicating, us in disomies of the physi cal ImkIv, recovery or death. 1 he I omentum, in iliscunlint; tho use of plalloriiis, exacts no pledge from those whom they deem worthy of the hiuher trust under the government; wisely considering that the surest giiurunly of a mini's fliture usefulness and lidelity lo the gruat interests uf the conn rv, in nnv oltu iiil station to which ho innv be chosen, is to be found in his past history con nected with the public service. The pledge implied in my ncccptunce of the nomination of Ihu National Union Convention is, that should 1 he elected I will not depart from tho spirit ami tenor of mv past course: and the iblignlion to keep this pledge derives ft double ton e trom ttie consideration (hat none is re quired from me, ion, sir, in your letler containing tho olfl ial annniiiiceiiient nf my nomination, have been pleased to ascribe to me tho merit of moderation and justice in my past publio ca reer, xou have likewise given me credit for a uniform support of all wmo and beneficent measures of legislation, for n firm resistance to all measures calculated to ene;e)ur kaatioq al discord, and fur a lititlutig devoliim to the union, harmony, nnd prosperity of these States. Whether your iersoniil partiality has iru ou it, utciaiuin uy incilis as a plllIIC man or not in your enumeration nf them, you havo presented a sutiunary a basis of all sound American statesmanship, may be nlijectisf that nothing Is said in this summary, in express terms, of the obligations Imposed by the Constitution; but the duty to respect and observe them is clearly implied, for with out due observance in the conduct of the gov ernment, of the Constitution, it restriction and requirements, fairly interpreted in accor dance ith its spirit ntl'l lilvject, there can be no end to sectlolial discord no security lor the harmony of the Union. I have not the vanity to assume thul in my past connection with the public service I have excuipilici tlju coulee nf u sound American statesman; but if 1 have deserved the favorable view taken of it in your letter, 1 may hope, hy a faithful adherauci! to the maxims by whicn I have heretoiiire been guided, not altogether lo disappoint the confidence and expectations of thoie who have placed me In my present relnlion to the public; and if, under Provi dence, I should bo uulliui to piesid.ii nvc.r the affairs of this great country as tho executive chief of the government, the only further pledge I feel culled upon to ma'ie is, that to the utmost of my ability, and with whatever strength of will I can command, all the powers and InHiiencii lieliitiglng to my official station ahull be employed ami directed for the promo tion of ull the great oliject for which the gov ernment wn instituted, hut more especially lor tne nmuiiciiuiiiB or tne constitution ami the Union against all opposing Influences and tendencies. , Ounnot (-Miicbide this letter without ex pressing my hluh gratification at the nomina tion to the second office under the government of thnt eminently gifted and distinguished statesman of Massachusetts, Kdward ftverett, a gentlemen held by general consent to be al together worthy of the first Jendering my grateful acknowledgment foe the liiit and complimentary remarks with which you were plcasin lo accoinpuny the communication of my nomination, I am, dear sir, with the obedient ¬ JOHN To the Hon. WASHINGTON HUNT. The Tounaiio at ths Kaht. On Mondnv evening there wus a very never? storm, thuttgli 1. I . . .1..... .1.- . o.l 1... iiiucu ics ucairiiuuva iiiiiu inv uimiiiv uuril cane which swept over so wide a tract in Illi nois on the day previous. At Bultimorc many houseswere struck by lightning, and hailstones of an immense size fell, doing great damage to vegetation.. In Northern Virginia and lu Central Pennsylvania the effects uf the tem pest were Jo verv disastrous. , . ,i. Hrevitles. William Nolan died of sun stroke In New Orleans last Monday. Liveried servnnt are more the rage in New York, at present among the fashionable, than ever liefore. The number of deaths In Rt I-oui, during the past week, is njiorted at one hundred and Iwenty-on. Intelligence has boon received of the lo by fire of the vessel Hktrrymare, of Belfast, on her voyage trom Sydney to Mellsairn. There were HOT deaths in the citr of Nc York last week, a decrease of 6.1 a compared wnn me weex preceaing. Stephen tossing fell Into ft vault in New York nn Tuesday, nnd lost his life before aid could reach nun. It seems almost a financial paradox thnt a " Hunting delit should lie liquidated hy "sinking fund. ' Myron Brewer and II. K. Johnson, two thieve and desparailoea, were shot dead, recently, in Utah Territory, by some persons iiiixnown. A very destructive land slide occurred near Sewu kly, Penn., recently, through which the beautiful residence ol R. II. Davis was render ed a total loss. Mrs. A. (Hover wa shot and killed in David son roiintr, N. C , Inst week, and her husband haa been arrested on suspicion of being her murderer. The suspension bridge over the Niagara river nt Iwiston, is 1,042 feel rpnn, which I tony-inree teet greater than ny other single ! .1 I " span in ina worm. A Lihrrinn paper contain an account of the destruction ot a negro woman by an alligator. nne was mining, and hecaine a brute s month nil instantnr. Madden k Roberts' hoot and shoe store, in St. Loui. wa robbed of four or five thousand dollars worth of stock, a night or two ince, by nurgiur. The Nashville A?ie announces it discon tinuance, the establishment having lieen sold to A. . l amp X Co., proprietor of the Nash ville I'alrint. It i rumored in Court circle that the Queen will visit Ireland in July, accompanied by the Royal Consort and some menilier of Her Majesty family. It is said thnt Mr. Rarer, the horse tamer, will oon return to the United States, with money enouvh to set up a bank. He ha lieen reinnrkably successful in Europe. The linn of telegraph between Funis and Limerick, Ireland, is now com oleic, and nies- age have passed to and from Funis to r.nglnnd. Nun Kkmui i. Dvino. The Boston Journal sny: "The friends of Ned Kendall, the favor ite bugler, will feel sad to know that his dulcet strain will soon be huslied forever. The ty rant consumption ha marked him a one of its victims, and he I now stretched upon hi bed, probably never more to leave it alive. Ills circumstances are such that aid ia neces sary to sooth hi last moment. A benefit concert for tlus. nitrnnse has been arrntitrcd and will come off on the 20th inst, atthcTro- ninut temple Hall Band nnd several ar tists have volunteered and the entertainment will bo quite nttractive." Republican Candidates. Tho following are amonir tho more nromi. iient names that will he presented to tho Re publican State Convention for nomination for the several office mentioned: Supreme Judge Noah H. Swnyne, of rrniiKilli, AHornru-Oemral Murray, of Wotal; Mr. Malh, of llarrison: Cox. of T rumbull: Brown of Miami, and O. Oriswnld. of Cuviihoira. nnara oj mom. nurkt Sergeant, of Tuscarawas; Kent Jarvi. of Stark: Wr uht. of Champaign, and Case, of William. Alrrtori at Large b Huussaurek, of Mammon, mm lulmubu Delano, of Knox. Turkey has no Use for a Navy. The Now York 7Vir. referring to a renort that the Turkish Government is about to of fer two shiiis-of-wur to lie built in this coun try, says Unit this innv lie pleasant news to our sbiih-buildetn, but anything but pleasant to a ui mu inmuu'iiuer, vi ar-vesseis are ahso lutely useless to that enverntnent No effort can make the Turks sailors, In their palmi est days, the Ornvks worked their ships. It is owing to the mercy of Providence rather than to skill in seamunship that one of the Turkish vessels remains afloat They have no terror whateer for smueeler and uirote. and besides these, there in nobody against wuuui iney can ue used. Any of the "llrcat Powers" sun sink tli Turkish navy in a sintrle hour, and thev will not nlluw hur to Oyht any hotly hut one of im-Minuiycs. ii sua aivcmpis ia nluK a quarrel with a distant Pasha in a small State, they iiniHise iieaoe on both parties at once. There can be no greater inconsistency on the part of her protector than in allowing her to pur- uunu i,a-iiivu weapons, wilicu sue lines not now how to use, and which thuv would not now ur in, use, u sno aiu Know now. - DIED. W.1,hJHR lU llls nlty, nt !!) resldsis'e nf his sou Miiiiii, on Wslinil slrt-i'l, litis inomniK, Mr. .lumos Hiker. Kniii-n.l -u-r i !.. nl u o ullK-kA. M.. lii.iin.r. low. iiiiurmenii niirnsisirii. at.. -e. lisni will visit New York on the 1 llvjB. of July and will be pleased lo sorve his eus. coiners or thenuhtk) whoinsy wsnt any thins In his llu.. All who are link ISkI to htm will nhxue rsll suit make payment ny tne unie. Ji-fellw New Advertisements. NEW DOOK8! AX York, hr W "l IiuIIm And Iip Rivmlnh Main. hy Anthony Mry lliinynn. the IrHanir'R UllitiJ jiitiiffhUT, ntnlrof twv, wiinur ii "it. 1 M"n . tuuiHtru ntni(iiiitP rtnMiiiiHn, oy rwiii k. t uitt, milhur of A Moth(r'pTriiUH. hy th Hiiihorof "My IjuIv. DitnertUiry Hoiiti. Hy Mm. Hvnry Wotd. "ttiwp ir.iiua.il, nrtPiiiou! o.. n. . (tmtrni Viwof tttp Hl, FrofrtvMM nnd rorntirtionn of rhriMthunly, hv th Mont Kv. HictuirU Wlmily, An-hhiMhop of IhiUiu, Mllhn pkM h u4 Ut hit ol ihu uiilluir. Th ThroMB of Yld, Ity Hr Wllhor OT "Th Vfiw of tl IltlOlfJttli iPVIIl, pi-imlur Aplrononiy, hy prot O. M. Mttchi'H. Th l'ionm, lMnf'tir and IVupl uf Uie Mi Y'Mlley.hy Milium. MmlriiiioiHwIlM Murl; n Tl of Motlurn ftintf. Ippl LePitfrNof Aloxnndfr Von llnmlioldt to VnrnhHn Von riiiBs inuii iii ui leoa, i rllii'Hi ml MirH'elliiiiftouet im KrN4yp; iHilltMildi niul rr)iitr ImhtMi hy I hiinnn iriyplo, In fuur voluutpt ihtI Uy Uniwn 'IWunrt, Iumkha. I'nlh II bit . ...u I.. i VI ,11 t... 1. I II ii a.. rv.. tv, Hity mid Ktwl, MiMf h) Uvimuii Wliy.iiwiueil.jid livn Ageuh (or iHitUUuiH Prt'iwrrd (this. I I. II J-w IA Y Pi Ji H, o. 00 Mnin nl. MASTER COMHIHHIONKR'S 8AUi tnl.J IsliUil' Superior Court, No, 1403, ltl')lnlrtn.et UiWI!ANTio unordttr of the Hiip-hoT Court Mtmiatiuirry cotiiiLy, Ohio, mndtj In th hInivhc r of Ohio, of it Juno Turin. A. IK, lnou, and (o in dlroctfd, I Plmlt oiuta un-r nl imUio ntp'iion i the door of the Court Houm, lu th oily uf lhyion, Montgomery county, Ohia( sn mtturuHff, jmy in, iiwiu. HHwMa th hournof one nnd four o'cloctc P. M. nf wud dHV, the rolhmliiir dewiril)ed HenI KmImIv. to wlti Hitiwt' in the t-ity of (Juvtou, (oimty of Mimtuuuiety nod pt4.tti iff dhio, th wlti All thnt M, trnt-t or imn-W of niyl hotuuled im olio, to wit: H'lnninu nt ihu north u.t nonT of In lot No. trne tutudrt'd nud titty eixlit, itiHifim in iitHim mr iuwii w intyt.ni uieiK'e WHHt wwdlv with the ponthern Iroiindnry, eight pole to n oi i ut nrin m niiry nrown,ueo n, uimmms Hi rlffht iiKlen pouthwiard with "inid Hrowii H linn, two ('i) pie lieipj nt nuht nUMliM euitwiu-d tflkthl OoltM lo Mulu "'IW two 1J lltilfBI Ht IIIWW I IN' SI III U I tit, OOlUeilU- K (vlxicen (In) pruhM, tm U.n twiit iuur or lew, ex. iMtenneiewi twenty (uoi ttwt ull Ui wimI md lu-iniMeN, iind hIhu liuwhiitf vo imu-h al the lirtck wnll of Hi rhUli( Httiia m uiiIoiimi the North nldiMtf mmJ pmtinlpw, him the grmmd mt whWh Mid widl pteuidpt u tiMM Imwo onvya tumud (Jcee. by Uie PhilllirA HoupelioleUnniiMUjy. Hitid nrfsiity la to he etld ou Judgment In fcvor of hli l Umiiivr Mfalnfc HuThunl (liwii. h4, el. The above proieny he Ismn apuieUpetl nt pt UumumumI dvi- urn, nnu tuuuioi ue eoiu nr atravn umm two Uttrae turn nr prnJeemeot, which It iou. Twine of nele, oamUs n. v JumiAf, Huirr toniitiimioiier, Bniutrliirflniiri Ui,i,l,i,....ui n T. r-Oem, Att ' ' i. to-order Slat and New Advertisements. FOR JtKNT. NVIK I ! i ttm. Nn ltd Mnln trct, Wfll fVltpt' I r.1 f'-r IVpiiI" Hoiiery I'llniinr or rMVMJH'iM ntiitr.. "VVf la SI I. CASH t CASH! CASH! Will ar At MV OTTMTSTTR GOO!) KfRNITlRKl- ' HMO mtNiTntw - ; CHKAP FrRNITTIlK! is. - - -- . t i - III A Vtf iti mnt ivmpt(''''.riiiT,Tn. nr tMVwfl In iNvtirit. Ti emCn WotiM tr Irt t.iMip. I rvt only mr, tvrf thin in my Imh hn inv Wnr RMm, mil I mit falling nmny thing" Mow nn tr t now up, mIih I svrlMirtfwi ilii' iniili prfl( drill rttnh ftVUfHi. It fin work, -o wrll, iimi i mum mii'It buy iNHiPDli'rMiftn Ho httitne" nnv rmir wny. jvNmfrliiw M. UIIMKK, Cor. Mnni rvxl hi -I", THE DRUG STORED Ii0 Mnln Hlrret, befween Market V 4th JAMES ABBEY, (HIUVKXMIIR TO W. . ROWNOor,) HA VINO reefeds flill ssortmenl of Pure ru-tujs iiii'l MiMtielre., diree! ft-otn III r.s-tem nisrset, I i-lti-i- lo lhi ent-lie the fcillowinir- Friiil, .hirx, Corks slwl Wnt, rea.lniilly nn timid during the rnn. Ji-s J. AHIlKVtai MiUn sl. T )t'ttK otiveoil ami IxinHen Musunl, for false n 1 ror ssle ii) J".. .1. AHBKT, IWMnln street. SVOAI. otl,. A h-enh sntielr. Iitirht sndClenrRsl'rv J 1st. Also n new sun-k ol hsmiiN, received, nl hi iiUe hy iimi-.r, lie' Msui tret. IVnllKIt noons, Diapering, Comh", nn.f Hnish IV "I every viri-tv;'iiin'y Needs nnil sit ol)wrg IC-iierNlly kent In Alirsli-liws Irus Store. Je J. AHHKV, IWMnln street 1AI k AINTH. Tiinemtin, Alcohol, INHtr ntut Win now ftinPH, itviit Mtr pjmn nf j. n iinn. i , Mnm Ntrrnt, r'nmh ttf Mnrkt Houi. JnnATmrl KAMIIMtN, JIMRPH HAMHMAII Harshman & Co., Bankers, On If 4i lrffVrB tHwmif Dy. DTYnnHMI KxMtmtftr, 0(ld, Hilvcr.rrv'urrrnt tmk 1 l Nit. nnd iKVHmt RinrVfHl WHine; tvinfr i Uw rntftP, IMnilAiitviirw Nrnd your LlhfRfm to your Krlrndn. I j iMllr7 nnd IViitrtt Fmm Mrtniifwlor-( Third Ht Miimtt T. W. ( Itll'LAND. 1 H(0. Ohio While Sulphur Springs, lo Vitiior fikiii)r Mrnltli or Ftrnnun, j from JI NK IT TO OCTOBER 1T Arrommodatlunit Tor over 500 VltiltorH, Tht fHiio WHITR Htll.PHt'R HI-niNfin trd in IMuu-nri Cottntv. IK nulfM north of ( tiliimliiisi i tin r'iititl r hio. on tho Nriotn Kivor, lOnnl.-f. fr.un ii'lfiwits, ft milf ftoin thiHhli4 Mnlhcr Htwlimn, on mi- i-tinui)-Mi, nt, annum nnu rui Mirji Kinironil nnd ft null"! frutn Lrnitt' (Vntrn, on I'lett-liuul, Colum on find rirwlnnnli Hhllronil. Thmeilti'(nnl nnnlillfn ot thtPPP HnHnmi are im,i. nnMtiod iiv iIhmi nny otln-r Mmml WhIitn in tlic or rtfoiiin r ollnr Informniion, nddrp ANIHCKW UII.4iiV If White Hii1ihurK u., IMuwnrtpro., O. MADAME R. CROMPTON, TIIK OltliA'I'KMT Astrologlst & Female Physician IT O "W LIVING, III. rrir' ""ln ln 'l'!" ''"y "U'1 ene lie thinut St '--i'-ii.Ti-on j,-n,'rsim iniwimii Flrsl Hint Hei' runt Ktri-pt. Sliumiiisi;. luinnir liwn rnrlnHivl u-iih u.l. nl..riAM. "" iiiisuni- sin ni rn,.h., h. l,,ni-lii., llinllsiiliil hy rr-VKiilinx llm In. I.t.-ri mivxN-ii.-h ol Hie hukI I, , " T lros-i r Uf,- niximininK t" tersiiiiil Hii-kiifuM r iMwih nf yrli-intitiir U.-luiiuHt llslHis-e. KIk- will hIm, inform liulios niul s.-iilli-infn liin to sr-livt sgnssilili. mrlii.-r- Tor lifi-, nisi ran restore isTI.i t Iruniiiiility I, -i,,,.,.,, huslsiisl ami Ui.. mmliiliK 1 liiiBlrHri-liil .-xtvliMI v.-ly Inrllin nnsl tew yi-nri. I.illi in Kun.M-iiii.I ll, -,,n,.,l mi-i... J...I i... nryr-r yl rinlnl lo Hivi. miiin. MtlinTni-lliin lo sit. Thi ni i-r in iiiiiHi uinl ltliulsni t). In tlix invatost Astrnlliuisl mill rinlrvnvntit II.hi i..h i.V.u.i TO TIIKHIt'K. M.ul.......n i.i . j. (-in- iiiiiv wt.., i ,.Hi .fu, wlu.ur r tt,A ..i.i Hon nf tli pnNn- to i. lollnwiii illseiuM.s: Klis, Al-lili-sy. I'lUny, Hore Kyos, I,.n. i uUvr cir,illr bls..Hcli Unit rl,.h , u,y re ,ir , , rna. innl of shli'h slmcuniMii I.. r-lhl ansIw hns s w uri't connn-ioil with lu.r imr.u.Hi,. u-i.l.i. a..u.u , olsuln ihluniMUi,,,, ,n ,iwii Is, iUii'ivimI IVoiii un olhoi SOIin-C. Htln tlJIM lllHIi (I, hlT IMlNM.HHln ll,u .u.L.lt ItiKiK IM.MiMlk,nmAtriiii,lii win-1, tmrsons i... m iitstir iniitivi isirhuH t........ i .. ...i ' J'iTmuIim VH-hlliff Li.ni.iiMiill Uu.l c..m...- rt iiiiiu iir nil " rmillK ri linil Ilttlnillt ilaulmv L. .a .iiisiiiieiitfv hiiiihk m hit np)iifiHf, nn JHrrHon .--.T.... .. r nm ssiki PHllltl NIRWIP, IftlVUin, O. llttlirpOl IMIIIHll tiilllill friiln M .'..I..L k i a T..III,. r.,iuU.V. -" ' " - !'' Iii.vIiik ,l,or hl nmnorty of snv will asMwrtnln Ihr penioli ur Mmns ilh suuh s-mim-v sshiII nslimi. i i ,aii,LJ, i.. "J ......... i, J.MWl NO'I'K'K I. h,.r,.,v gin.n thst th,.re Is now M ilitiir lM-fi.r, Ihi- I -i l v ( u.il ..i-o.uoi... hi'T'o" '" f' iW' "'"'pn-eni'-'l June (ah. IM u,myl . v . . nim n w iienry sircoi iu eI. llie(!ityCMIIiHlwillake wtion III ml, Kl,l --. iI. i "rleiM siiwi.Ksiniin lli-pnNiu.mol . -- oi'- iwiiui i ini-ro tm no Hood BDjt Villl.l olS.S tlllll to HIK l, ucUuli, "0000 oyorutroi i;iiiiim'I, J't'l ANTHONY HTtfllA.NM, t'lty Clerk. Dunham and Chlckerinsr Piano Forte I 1WK. ''!"" '"'."f 'v iismed Itmios, ...iii . """" oioiosiiiii out, anil will S.-II tli.m lull. Il l.w .1,. n.,,,,1 prir.,. ,( ,, ,h,. .... . ,n..u .--...ipmru-n., JlUMUilllltill hllllilllltf. f"' (ilAHI.KH K1.IA New Advertisements. Hardware, &c. LANODON Ac BRO, esAi.t-ss is II A RDWARE, IH Mala HI., sign of the Pad-lork, DA V TON, OHIO. TjUII.IHNII Har, ware. Nulla. . M.l..,..u.i t....i 41 tHtsl Slwl Mill aiut X-l!iit Haws. Hs,HI,.ry Hr..' ware, l mw I'nmnimKs, Mprin mul Aslrs, 1 oilier . n..UT..-.. .m...!.. Inl, O ItAI.KK'H Pnn-nt ( tliulrii iil llmshrs, u, O HwePrwleel l.ANlllslN H Hr,lareKlore. OIliCIMhllariietiiiirt Knsleni e , u and 1 yalxla Wliir, at ' ' I.ANHI)N'H llanlwaiw Store, . . . u . I""""!! 'N"I'N' Hardware more, Ii ' MalBstrrel. P. Janl a M,,n . ...I. T' i2u.Ln!:."iiJ'Z""'Tf "'"! ,"!,,"u ""' "thr -n.i ii.-r iiin..r. nriiiii Wnr- iniirm-tf QM1TII WiN'R and Allen-. lM,i Bv.ei tor est. at UANilUlN-H llanlwsr. MU,r. No. 1 i.iwiii niw, i in. l-l.lol la ttll- lu il.t on In Iha wurlH tlu.1 ha. s,n. Wril,l only 'I'KN OUNt'hX is l qui. k.r th.n any ih.r 1II.,I, ar. ,..,,,,. .1- ni l ..r 1. 1 ' " " "-iiiiuii KSKli-d nu-l I of lima. It I. . ,,& .loo.tn.,,, im uot llali. In .ut uiit id onl 1. 1 .i" 1 . narry, Tli i ) in,l.r ,0. auv.u alioiijw.. . .TT. " ultidr .lliall iitMUiis. " : 'l,a I.1IHHINH Tai-k a at V No. 1 e Main .traat. LANOUON'S li.rdwsra Slur. Jointed Kl.h Pule.. S-J.IVI In ft. on, IrHNP IIOOKN) tltllM nnd Tlpii (Jnoip, hdk nnd Linen IJiten; KxtmUunTuk H.H.k. umlHnootb. ttmrlS-tr ROBERT OODKN, number & Steaw Pipe Filter, Bio. TJ J.nrae atreat, ANI docirb.low Chri.tonh.r'. Am-Uoa Boom.. tl.. lm, llhio. I luive ,m luu.u , qUUitity of Ll Mione Hiimiia for Well, sad Cisleru.or ('.Tprir. Iron, .ea. Pliwa ami Sheet hail ao all kln'lai if T Vi . "'"' -e,u and tta.li SUli.1. tlx. .1 anil r. ilred ou Ih. .hurled aolltis aud must rwuHMiai ile u-riiiM. . AliTIKtIL FOUNTAINS , Will 1st put un for all wlm my ,rire imn atyle, anil al prteea to ault the Unie.. I will .tteilft lu llu. Iius prouiplly, aud will uaaratM mu- Just ree,d slot of Panny style Pump, .sods auan litv of onauumtal ani.'le. in l.na. -u I .Mil .upplv Hx-liauiea, Ui-liller. and Vauuhotunra riL-'T J'.'ir H""' ui! uui rnm J"uniii, th. they Witt d aetiaria n-iirn Mvan .. '.....j. i sixty iwlloBxpamluillw. , i. wora warntnusl, ana ut M low prkM kaUi.kr Caah raid lur old Cumwr. Ilia. ..,.i e... . niyu-u . Holiktu- tAsDIIf, I New Advertisements. OHIO WHITE lULrHUX SPRINOI. THE OPENING PARTY OK TIIK 8KAH0N, AT THR Ohio AVhUf Sulphur Springs, wil t. (iivkm THURSDAY, JUKE 14th. MENTEH'S 13 A. 3SJ" D Wll.l. M IN ATTKNPANCB. A. WO.aosr, Jr., Projirlelitv (l. W. . aprinjrs. Jafltt mllDl AtVALVHTl A Weekly Family l'sr, ilevo. I UhI to Tenipeiani-e, I'mirre.M, ami s,a-lal lniimra tnenl. Plillislied hv M il. Alliirdl, l7 Huperlor street, ilp-sliilra.t'leveliind, II. HM fur weiirn.. Je4 ST. UK HOI. A HOTKL., RroSway, Nnv Vra. V. hen enlnpleliMl, als years a.i, the Ml. Nli-tiola. waa nnlver.iilly (irimours'itlliini(iNl Hisinilll- eenl, eiimenienl, linil I liiiroiuilily iilir -inaerl e.liil.ll.li- tnenl of the kind on tills rolitini-nl. Wlmt II waa then it remililla lo-di'V wllhollt II rtvnl In si aa, in aiinililit. oii.neM, ami In the .-eneml Hements iM i-omfoil ami en. Jiiyinenl. 'I'lte linli-l hns mt-ouiiitoiliilliiiia for 1 .i.aV llet., irs-lilnlli M.i e,iniili-ie aitliee oi sjiariinem. sir ramiliea. His hundred pi-piolia enli he e.ii,if.n-lnlily aeiited at the InlSea i It" Hire,, Imlillfi ditillis riaillis. and noltiln-that in.Mleni art haa de. i.ed for the run- v,sileis-e an SO.-HH Kraitrs-auon ot me imveiuitf piusa tia. lieen omitted in Its filntl, or Is neglected In Its iril.--Uesl detolla. Ttie eillly r,-Iilllilllntl of Ilia lloll.e lit home and ala-nail, derlveil from II. Inainiilttde, tin an. pert, apiHiliiluteiila, anil Us tiimie-like eointnrls and Inxiirie., has Imvii eiihsrsvil every year liy the uuwra ria.1 eserUoea of llu- proprietors. tliyHWnll I UKAIIVV KL1,. WHITCI1MB fO. 8 UMMER AR R I VAL Largest Purchase or (he Season AT N. P. DOUGLASS & Co.'s 7 (I 1vIA.I1T street. w K invite I lie fttloniioii of onr cutonD'n to the lurgt mul nnimiwlly uttrwlixe of SUMMER GOODS, Just reeelyed, nud B.llAII.Y AHKIVINU: 100 pi. re. Hoe Frenrh Or.ndl Mm. llns-IS aatal .. eases flat rhluts-colore lawsi, ras, eelers eailjr 19e. C'ltlaitaecelar.il Brraa;es-l!l'aiXiar. Bleaaol Beraa;e Hobti, rVom :l lo 11 riosmees-M 60 to Klu. plaliwolor U.raa;. s - l ie. Kngll.ki Hra;e aaiil Trarrlln; Dr.ss Btrrage Awl.la Ureas Bulla. DKE33 BILKS, One Vara! Wide, only ... star tl.tr. Hnper Dres Milks .... tnr. KID . QLOVES, Cel jnallr, only SOe f pair, worth Nl'; White Dreit Muslim, a large stock. Lace Mantillas, Vrern t'l SO la S!0, at half the ro.t to Importers. Lstlks' I Misses While Bersifc Mnlllla-t liWITKH'S AND OROVKR A BAKKR'8 8EWINO JACIIIKTES Ladl.a', dents, and Children's Boots and Mheea, eat hand and made to ord.r. N. P. Douglass & Co., MAIM STRKKT, niyn DAYTON, OHIO. DEADS HO T 1 Hera is a cerudn and immediale death lo these noxious DKAD SHOT pnratea slowly, reliims Its iiolaonoits enieai y a lontt nun- and Is a trap MIK rea.y set for thoM. tormentors. It BRD B V G H e.Ks, and is a sun, ausraul.-e for a year a aleep In iM-iue. PLY lifi V, LEH.. Destroys KI.IKH wilhoul danger lonnylhuiit else. Kill. LIOIIT.illio 1 . 'y-'seasuypn-lsuislaiallwl .uHinisuRinl promotes ipnet in reailins Ji-r Y l-ss-e while you eal, mid Ihe eoiii- ar 1 1 a. a. fcuf" U"P In the iiinnunu. 1. . All.l.BCIt. II eommeiH-e,! early in Hie season ,. , will keep the holiiMulenr of Hies nil immer. Sold hy w. W. MTCWAHT. niyiml J. W. JUKI un it, l:iyloli, Watches and Jewelry. J. IIKr.I-'HICll, assi.r is Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, FANCY QOODS, deO. Main St., bfla-fta 3d and 4th, IMYTON, IIHKI. aial w.rr...,L..I illti... . o, "V"J'., " 1 . J- - now-iiea. iinek'a and i.w.in MMa.i, : . lelil.vr " n.i.it.i. ui IKIIHIIi UIKI e ION 1 ,11.111. u Watches and Clocks. JOHN RECVEl WlI.Ilre.pe. iriilly Im'iirm Ills old eustomers anil Ilia In, Isle ifenwmllv tlt.i i .. . ... month, h. haa returned to liaylonand Mum ths ntwn Ihrm.rly ucvuplnl by Jame. W. Hw,.,ai, 1 No. HNS Third r..t, Two door. West of III. poat ( Irner. whera I.. lll i happy lo r,sielTe.ll his oldeii.tomer. and mnnv new WA-H4iP)' Al'i,.u,i'",.r!h ..."""' A kind. r ,1 I ,'LK;K8- NU JKWEI.HY, re,ure. W I(K WAKlTpVlMriil nil a i, i11 Afclrlna a ml Umi ak. Plraw nail aud .laiiuu. wu. li ..i.. ItEMOVAL."' C W. TH0MP80N, Watch Maker and Jeweler, HAS RKMOVKIi TO HO, M MUX BIRKET, DAITOX, OHIO. (Kortnarly Brown'. Hat Won Oppo.ll Court lion..) A -i. 10 lmMto Uwrh .lot It of Jew elry, oonli.uug la part nf tlold and Htlveir Wstoh... CLOCKS, CHAIN. HEALAANn KEYH, , , HLEItVK HtlTTllNIS, iMi.'ITI, LAWK-S AflKNTH PINK. Mll.VKR P(ijlTJ. ...NAPKIN ItlNliH, ' ' , Btl'VK.lt (t'PH, , TH I Mil I. EM, 0 AND CUPH, . . j (.-. Ilh many artlela. Dot .numeraUd. doui "T. 1 I"S IB lb bM maimar. Fii.rartiu. dwit,- No. Nw Hieet.