JULY I, I860.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.
STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS,
HERSCHEM, V. JOHNSON,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
for bipksmb Ji'noi,
THOMAS J. S. SMITH,
FO ATTOHSKT OIN1lAIs
D. W. HTAMBAUGH,
FOB MCMRKR or BOARD Or PtTBIJO WOMB,
auini.u Li. liACKUS,
ns vera Lamm.
friuPHiM mftk, f iw.r crsawtv.
WILLIAM B. Wll. of l-k.e;Oouty.
let Dlatrlet-Wm. . Flaw., Hamilton
d " John ev-niir.
l " J. H Koos, PreH.
lh 8 B. Walker, Hhelby.
th Edud Sheffield, Havr
N. A. IW.oee. KKHni.
7th H r tuifmu Iimk
h " r. Wmu. IMewar.
"h Oheelee Men. Wvaaslou..
Kth ' John It. hm, Jeeksoa.
11th " Jamee M Miller, Mel.
1 "h Xemuel I. r.r. Kmnkha.
lsth Wm. niMn, Krie.i
Hlh HurrKeJIoc.. Ashland.
1Mb ' N. F. JosaHolm
lt-th A mo U;m, Weshhwrtoa.
llih " Wilson . Kennon, luimoot.
isih " Israel I. Crter, ttumttul.
loth ' Che. 1. Adanie, Lake,
ash" (o. A Rowans, A.hlebul.
SIM " Geo. frtiw, Jeflkreo.
requested to annuo oc that
then will b R meeting of the Desoocracy of
,h city; to-morrow (Taetdaj) evening, at 8
o'clock, at the Democratic Reading Room, on
J efferaon street, for the purpose of organizing,
and transacting loch other basines ai may
be brought before the meeting.
Let every man be on hand.
r this morning, front oar old
friend, E B. Eshklua-, Esq., at present, and
for the last seven years, the able editor of that
stannch Democratic paper, the Chillicothe
A dvertiter. Although Mr. Docslas was Rot
Mr. EsHiuiAi't first choice for the Presiden
cy, under all the circussetaaces, and believing
that only by extending to him a anited and
cordial support, can Mr. LtxcoLX be defeated
in this State, he will labor to the utmost, both
through the columns of his paper and on the
stump, in favor of Do routs and Jobxsoh,
Success to him and the gallant Democracy of
Runs up the State Ticket.
We are glad to see that oar friend W. D.
Moroak, in the last number of his paper, the
Newark Advocate, although opposed to Doug
las and Johxsox, runs up the ticket nomina
ted at the late Democratic State Convention.
We are glad of this, and sincerely trust that
all the other papers in this State, which sup
port Brkckikridgi and Laxr will follow his
example. The ticket was fairly nominated in
R full Convention, is composed of able and
worthy men, and entitled to and should
ceive the cordial support of not only every
man claiming to be a Democrat, but also of
every man opposed to the nullifying course
pursued by the Republican State officers.
From all parts of the country we hear of
valuable aid coming to the Douglas ranks.
Amos Cooswtll, the speaker of the Black Re
publican Bouse of Representatives in Minne
sota last winter, has given formal notice to
the Central Committee that he can no longer
act with the sectional organization. Cyrus
Lovbll, another prominent Black Republican
speaker, has already given notice to the
. Black Republicans to be couuted out. He
goes with the Democracy.
The Hon. Job W. Noell, of Missouri
out for Douulas and Johxsox. He says:
Whatever individual preferences may have
existed amongst the Democrats before the
nomination, after it is made no Democrat
ought to hesitate in conforming his action to
the usages of the party. Believing, as I do,
that Douglas and Johnson have been regular
ly nominated by the regular Democratic Con
vention, I shall, from this time to the Novem
ber election, give whatever of energy and
abilities I possess to secure the election of the
Major Jacksox and Mr. Rktxolds, Demo
cratic candidates for Governor and Lieutenant
Governor of Missouri, have declared their in
tention tosupport the Douglas ticket on the
ground, among others, that it is the regular
nomination, and that such a course, on their
part, will tend to harmonize the party, and
prevent the success of the Bell electoraljticket
Mr. T. L Joxks, formerly candidate of the
American party for State Treasurer, in Ken
tucky, has corns out for Douglas,
The first speech of the campaign, says the
Atlanta (Ga.) Confederacy, was made last
evening, at the City Hall, by Hon. Herscbel
V. Jobxbok, candidate of the Democratic par
ty for the Vice Presidency. There was an
immense crowd, and the speech was received
with the greatest enthusiasm.
We are confident that the National Democ
racy throughout the country will rally to the
standard of Douolas and Johxsox, and that
victory is already certain. The opponents of
J udge Douolas are attempting to play the old
Whig game of brag and bluff, by manifesting
the most tyranical and intolerant spirit Such
a disposition is always a sure index of a weak
cause, and the involuntary outpourings of that
conceitedness which is invariably the forerun
ner of defeat Let the Democracy stand firm,
and again sectionalism will be crashed, and
the rebels of disaffection and disappointment
put to flight Once more to the breach, Na
tional Dem ocrats, and all is well I
AjtrYYe are in receipt of a copy of the
Coshocton Age, which contains the valicdio
tory of the former editor, Mr. Dwtir, and the
" How d do t" of Asa L. Harris, Esq., recent
ly of the 0. S. Journal, who will hereafter
conduct the paper, and endeavor to advance
the iuterests of Black Republicanism, in that
stronghold of Democracy. We have a kindly
feeling toward A HA. we having been friends
ia other years, and while we wish Aim well,
personally, we hope his party then and else
where will coma to grief Of course, we will
desire to see the Agt weekly, to lean how our
frieud works agaiust the tide up in Coshocton,
Rnd will consider it an agt nntU we get it.
Democratic Rally in Butler.
atlMal aa4 Rial NSBan(va Ka4r4.
C i. Y4LIASBI6HAM 8 fiPFfXn.
Good for 1200 Clean Majority.
M(ina at th " Mo.lt
We had the pleasure of boing prci-nt nt the
Democratic gathering in Hninlllnn, on Satur
day a pleasure it provrd lndrid to went
and take by the hand thoe gallant Urmorralu
who have never flinched in the dnrkoat hoiim
of our party's history who have uphold our
principles and crowned our flag wilh vic
tory ia every content in whii h they have
ever engaged. While the Itomocrnt of oth
er counties have at liinre fallen before the
charge of the Opposition, the Democnits nf
Butler hare stood firm and erect, never yield
ing, never conquered. . And as they have been
in tbe past, so will they be in the fiitnre.
On Saturday was called fur the dimlile pnrpnae
of transacting business of a local nature, ant!
ratifying the nominations made by the Demo
cratic State and National Conventions. The
day was nshered in by the firing of a N'otionttl
salute, and it was not long before the honest,
hard-fisted voters commenced coming in. At
10 o clock, the two Democratic guns fired an
other salute, as a signal for the aemtling of
the Convention, for the traimaction of locnl
business. At 11 o'clock, the delegates from
the various townohiiis having asMc nililcd, the
Convention was organised, when
On motion, a committee of one from ench
township and ward was appointed, to report a
plan for the nomination of candidates for the
various county offices.
A committee was also appointed to rt port
resolutions, anil select a Central Committee
for the ensuiug year, after which the Conven
tion took a recess until 1 o't-lork, P. M.
re-assembling of the Convention.
the committee on mode of nominating candi
dates for county offices presented two report
the majority in fuvor of the delegate svs
tem, and the minority in favor of the popular
vote system. After some discussion, the mi
nority report was adopted by a large majority.
the committee on resolutions also made
two reports, A large majority of the commit
tee reported the following
JRetolred, That we. the Demorraev of Butler
county, fully endorse the platform of Princi
ples aeciarea ny the recent National I'cnio-
cratic Conventionvby which Hon. S. A Doug-
wm uouunateu tonne t resident
Hettilred, That we cordially endorse the mo
tion of the recent Democratic State Conven
tion, and regard the ticket put in nomination
as one which meets our entire approbntiou,
and to which we promise a hearty support.
acmicea, inaiwe are opMjseU to the re
opeuing of the African Slave trade, or nnv
measure tending in that direction: and ns re
cent developments hare fully proven the iim-
uiiiij oi una uovernmeni to entirely suppress
that inhuman traffic so long as Cuba rcmning
in possession of Spain, wc reenrd it ns the ilu-
tv of this Government to secure possession of
uuu uiana, ana snail bail with tilcomire nnv
u.aHiv nuiLu, ..-ouaiHteiii wunjusucu, will ne
complish this object
Heeolred, That the Fugitive Slave T.ow, the
provisions of which are based ujton the terms
of the Federal compact, should lie faithfully
and honestly executed, and the efforts mnde
by Gov. Dennison, and the leaders of the ltc-
publican party in this State, to prevent the
uuiuiui nwuiion oi inui law, meets with our
most unqualified condemnation.
Jietolved, That the Democracy of Butler
county repudiate the doctrine.whether it comes
from the North or tbe South, that Congress
uouia legislate ioror against the introduction
of slavery into the territories of the I'nitivl
States, or for or against its maintenance there
in, Deneving, as we uo, mat it is a question
that should be left solely to the buna fide in
habitants of said territories to settle for them
Jietolved, That we affirm the absolute nr.
ereignty of the States of this Union in regard
to their domestic institutions, and the perfect
compatibility of the confederation of free anil
lave States to exist harmoniously toiretlwr
under the provisions of our Federal Constitu
tion, and we berehy denounce and condemn
the doctrine of the "irrenressilile conflict "
nrai proclaimed Dy Lincoln and illustrated af
terward by Seward, as hostile to the sniiit of
our Government aud destructive of the exis
tence of tbe Union.
Ketolted. That the Rcnulilican imrty linvn
in Massachusetts by ullowing u fugitive
slave from the South the right of suffrage and
office in one year, and requiring for the same
purpose, of the naturalized citizen, a residence
of two years after naturalization, equivalent
to an extension of the period for naturaliza
tion to seven years attempted to degrade the
foreign white man below the level of the ne
gro and the mulatto
Jietolved. That we are onnosed to the nnVi.
cy of allowing to negroes, mulaltocs or other
persons of "visible admixture" of Afi
blood, the rieht of uutrrapa. or any other tmlit.
ical right, desiring that the laws of Ohio shall
be made, and her destinies controlled by white
men exclusively, and for the paramount inter
ests of the white race.
Jietolved. That we have mwllmmluKn.l
fidencein the Democracy, natriotism ami nl.ll-
ity of our Congressman, Hon. C. J Vullan
digham, and we recognize in him a faithful
and efficient Representative.
Jietolved, That we cordially ratify and en
dorse the nomination of 8TEPHKN A. DOl'G-
UAS and HKKSCHEI, V. JOHNSON. I.v the
recent National Convention, us nominations
eutitled to the confidence and support of the
Democracy of Butler county and the whole
Jietolved, That the touch-stone of DcmiV
racy is non-intervention by CongreBs, with the
ngnis oi me states or the 1'eople.
Jietolved, That we heartily invite all those
wno are opposed to the election of Abraham
Lincoln, to unite with us. and nrevent il...
n rli: .1' 1 ..
uuiuiiuicm inning iiho me nanus 01 the cor
rupt and sectional Republican
utrawiiug oiviuiaio me constitution and the
The above resolutions were adopted almost
unanimously, the minority report, we believe,
receiving but tteo votes out of all those pres
After their adoption, which concluded the
business of the County Convention, the Court
House not being large enough to huld the
third part of the crowd, the meeting was ad
journed to the out-aide, where Mr. Vai.lax-
diuhau proceeded to address the people for
an hour and a half We present a brief aud
very imperfect synopsis.
SYNOPSIS OF THE SPEECH.
He congratulated the Democracy upon the
nomination of Judge Douglas to whom he
meant to give his most cordial and laborious
support He endorsed the platform adopted at
Charleston and Baltimore. Tbe Democratic
party stood just where it stood in 1850, im
movably in favor of the great and never to be
surrendered doctrine of "Nox Ixtervkktiox."
Before any disruption of the Convention, the
Cincinnati Platform had been re-afiinued by
an almoit nnanimous Tola. The enemy, too,
which we encountered now was Just the same
Republican organization as four years ago
not. Indeed, full or fury and rampant with an
anticipated triumph, not howling over "bleed-
ing Kansas and Sumner's broken head," but
devoted to the same treasonable doctrines, and
full of the same destructive seclionaliprn
as then. Defeated, mil not conquered In
IP.'ifi, its lenders bad gone on from one dt
grce of sectional ullraism to another till their
teachings had ciilminnted in the " froirii
rati' at Hurer s 1'erry in October, le.!. Thia
monstrous and most treasonable inva
si on of a sister State the mother-State of
was the natural and inevitable result
of the teachings of the Republican lenders,
and the fruit of the Republican organization,
I housnnds had sympathised with or njiologi-
S"d for Joiix rtuowv; and it was not till after
the defeat of Joiix Shkhhax for Speaker
the House, tho mceess, of the moderates and
the conservatives of Rhode Island, and the
narrow cscnpc of I he Republicans in Connect-
icut, that the force of public sentiment drove
the lenders of that party into an assumed and
temporary apjiearancc even of moderation,
The Republican flag hung now at half mast,
but it floated still from the same low, black,
piratical craft of sectionalism. Seward in
deed wai thrown overboard because he was
supposed to be too conspicuous, and his opin'
inns too well defined to deceive the people.
But the ship was the same, tho crew the same,
and more thnn that, tho destination just the
same the orrrthimo of the Omttitution and
the Cition. The very man now selected as
len.I..r w. II,. ..! f .1.. .1
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of the "Irrepressible Conflict," full as it was
of treason and disunion.
But the existence and partial success of the
v..k.. i u.. c .- i t . ,
Northern and Western Sectional Party had at
Inst brought forth its natural and inevitable re-
suns a isiuthcrn tecttotmtitni. I he one hod
begun in the extreme North and bad tended
now for twenty yenra Southward to
.naaons ami inxon line, i lu? other beginning
11 uic extreme souin, tended now Northward
to the same line. Between these two section-
alisms, if they continued, tho Union must per
il. The nearer they approached each other
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er the danger, and the more inevitable the
opposed to mb. 11 ne uvea in toe south be
wouia ngni .utnern sectionalism ; but max.
ut h as he lived in a Free Stale, he would
it -I. . r . i.'. . e .! .... .1 . . i-
ui;m r roe riie luuuiicisiu auu Becuouaiism.
It was near him at hand in his midst. The
sectional Republican nartv. with Lincoln at its
, , ,
ueau, was mereiore, me ouiy enemy ue pnpos-
ed to know in this contest Southern section-
ulism. odious as it was. was across the line and
1 l. ... , .
ouv o, sign,, ., ne wot. not cowan, enongn 10
uy 10 n'iii a io a inousuiiu nines 011. 11
was the duty of every conservative man and
patriot every lover of tho Constitution and
Union, whatever was his private preferences
for men or parties, to give battle to Li.xroi.N
d Ins parly, and to do it 111 such a way ns
to make it effective, otherwise lie really gave
till n.l ..r.,.,lV. ... Il.n or.m,n..n n.n.r
11., 1. if 1....1 1. .. r. ...... .. r.
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ly and truly, though not fanatically for the
nomination of Dou.;i.as, but if he had been a
tii.- r i 11
hundred times over for Biieckinkiihie or Bku,
or were for liuEi KiMtimiR or Bell now, he
would, living in Ohio, unhesitatingly give his
cordial support to Douglas. In no other way
could the opposition to Lircolr here be made
ellective. A vote For IUm.i. or ltuvri.ivniiw:p
was a vote worse than thrown away in Ohio,
Judge DoniiAs was the only roan who could
carrv Ohio a.minst I.iv. ot.v. ami it . .
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rally to his support here. Mr. V. pressed
this point earnestly and at considerable length
and then proceeded for an hour to discourse
the claims, record mid qualifications of Lin
coln for the Presidency. Ho concluded by
a.lverlinv to the ilnmrnrs which now aiirrot.nil
and warning earnestly the neonle airainst
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, .-,,.,u,.u.u 01
thu overthrow of tho Constitution and the
nion which must fullow inevitably sooner or
later from its triumph at the election. Bo-
ieenuiB nerco cuiiuici nmi iionuern nnu
Southern sectionalism, tho government, he
repented, must perish, unless the pkoim.e
should come to its rescue.
l pon the conclusion of Mr. . s remarks,
which hud been attentively listened to by the
crowd, the meeting adjourned.
The Democrats present left for their homes
the very best spirits, highly delighted with
day's proceedings, and fully determined,
mini of them informed n. th.it "old Hull..,
shall give ut least 1,200 majority for the Dem-
xerotic tickets." Kspccially were they pleased
with the eloquent and Bhlo speech of their
Ucpresentative, and not one of all those with
, 1 1 . 1 .1 . ,,
whom we conversed, but insisted that "Vall
should again muko tho Congressional fight
this fall. So unanimous, indeed, is the Dem-
ocrnt e sent ment of Hut cr in fv..r of m,n.
ir ir . n .
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Mr. v Au-Asun.HAM 10 uongreBa, that ma-
propose juitting him on tho track without
even goiiij,' through the form of holding a Con-
veiitiou to reuoininate hnn.
Just befure the adiournment of the moetiui?
was announced that a Democratic meeting
be held ut tlie "Madison House," on tlio
II. & I). Hou, 12 miles this side of Harnil
on Saturday, the 21nt inst, at 3 o'clock,
H. I he crowd will be addressed by lion.
L. v allan inn u am. We predict a large
gathering, and trust thut some of the Dnrton
Democrats will make it convenient to be pros'
Meeting of the Democratic State
The 1 1...,,,, i rnll,. Utntu I I 1'. . .
i ne iJt'iuocraiic Male i eutral Committee.
ipoointcd on the 4th. held a meetini at the
Aiuerit-an on that evenimr for the nurm.so nf
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organizing. Dr. m. Mount, of Hamilton I
cuu in v, was eiecieu cnairiuan, and Win. J.
Jackson, of county, was appointed Ba
crutary, and Geo. W. Wunypenny, Treasurer.
An Kxoc-utive Committee of five, consisting
of (ieo. W. Manypenny, Jacob Ueinhard, John
U. Thompson, John Phillips and Geo. L. Con
verse, was appointed.
Tho IWi.ii.. .j;..j , ..,, .t..
w UUJ...I . U..7I-. ... mi
city on Wednesday, the 25th July. States
Ratification Meeting at Indianapolis.
a null a.
A mas. Ratification meeting of the Demoo-
racy of Indiana has been called to assemble
at Indiananolis. on Wedncsdar. the lHih inst.
The following ..ink. r. have been invited :
iliui. (.t'uru K rugh, of Ohio;
Huh. Jitmi'g Crnig, Gen. CUirUorne and
lion. John U. Daw ho n, of Pennsylvania;
Hon. David Tod, aud lion. U L. Vullandlg-
bam, of Ohio;
II011, C'hta. l Larrabee, uf AVUconain,
New Map of the State of Ohio.
cities in the State, on a uniform scale, r geo
Ohio logical Map of the State, R meteorological
We have had the pleasure of examining
portions of the new Map of Ohio, now In pro-
ces of publication by R. R. Z. k U 0. Dawson,
of New York, and we are satisfied that it is by
far he most complete and reliable production
of the kind ever yet offered to the public
1 In the present broad Map ofthe State, which
covers en area of over iS square feet, regard
1 is had not ouly to the large divisions of coun
ties and townships, but to sections, roads,
railroads, canals, streams, villages, post
I others, to.
I It also contains marginal Maps of all the
Map, compiled from the most reliable date,
"bowing the lines of equal temperature, di
trilmtion ol rain, c l'erhaps next to seeing
justice done to one's own face and that of his
best friend, is it a satisfaction to behold the
Slate wherein he was born, or has n suhatan
tial stake, thus duly described and honored.
Such a contribution as this to the Library, tli
Counting house, tho Bank, the Law office, the
Fditora room, to the traveler and even to the
private citizens, should lie esteemed by all
worthy of their patronage.
The Map will be sold at the low price of
six dollars per copy, and exclusively by sub-
Will Douglas Carry Illinois!
The Chicago 7Yxe asks if any one abroad
doubts that Douglas will carry Illinois by a
majority of thousands I It says :
"Then we can only answer that no one
t 1 I) VI. I . I 1
V" . V ' " "J "H'""". uni. ..as .
doutit on this head, there may be here and
there, in different part'i of the northern sec-
lion of tho State, men who are distinguished
j,r ignorant adherence to Lincoln, who claim
that Lincoln will carry the popular vote : but
.11 ,i,a iiti;., . I ' i,.. ' w.
do not need to say it to the Democracy of
n'wois lor tutor encouragement, but we do say
n(l dc"ire ' to be understood abroad that
I Since 1H5H there has not been a day that
1,16 riepuuucans nave not tost ground in llli
A New Steam passenger Car.
A new steam nuiAnvn. on "TKa Wiwoliv
b. . , 1V lUhlwin A Ron. Pb;l..ll.,l,;. V,.
,, i . ., . tv ' r
just been put upon tbe Western Division of
the Pennsylvania Central Road. The Pitt
ChronicU Ulu. u, of jfc
The ar j, ,,;,, n. m . ... ... , ,
ion of the cars used on the Birmingham Pas-
I !: i i .
1 i.uuwiy, anu in exienor appearance
u ' " 1 , vemP"'-
l"":' "u "ccom
miKiiHo loriy passengers, ine seaw are ar-
ranged in the same manner as in the street
railway ears, and are exceedingly well finished
a.ni comfortable. Some six feet of one end of
the car is partitioned off, and here is ulaced
, en(fi fl- ,hroKh which ,he yMce . moy.
eu: it is but tour horse power, and on a level
grailo the car makes thirty miles per hour
" I""" """"ry graoe wu easily nccom-
with BUch ' .,,.. C e ,rft(iri,;na .,;.
conceivably small quantity of fuel it consumes
M" even more so. With two bushels of coal,
w" cn mBT D,e . ' 'even cents, it
" IIU1IUIDU IIIlieHI JlllSBUOWS Wim
what ndvatltuffA ears of thi. fln.orintinti
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ne niironueen oirour nassenirer railways. . and
furnishes the most convincing evidence of he
ch,'ftPnp?" of steam as a motive power even
"n nucn lines wnen comtmred with horse hesh
ti .k;...... .1! .1 a .. '
1 he machinery is not nlii.rva 1,1 a m t n 1 1 f . ....
the outside, nor is there .nvthino in iU
penrance of the car to denote that it is work-
ea "7 "team, beyond a delicate little smoke
be easily misUiken for a stove pipe. The trip
t t r,f .
uciupicu us some six noors, inciuuing various
delays at the different stations along the road,
wnVe.lne CBr wos .obJect of the grentest
'""osiiy, ana auracieu crowas 01 wondering
specfators. I he "Novelty is the first car of
u,o Ku ever built, and judging from its per-
formance yesterday we set it down as a decid-
, It is intended for the accomoda-
" "T.L f "c .Bnu. V parties, a eer-
The Republican State Nomination.
made up, and it remains for the people to de
tho 'wmine, whether a party that is thus proscrip
as ".Ve in !t action. ua" allowed to secUon-
t.I'1'6 ST.,hIiPa"' of 0io. in .nominating
Juuge iinnKornoii, sustain the charge made
ny uie uemocruts during the last State can-
vuss, that they beheaded Judge Swan because
"e lnl"le a oecision in favor of the faithful ex
rT" 'BJaT ,f .'f',"" l8t?h5
will ho rcmetiered that Judge Brinkerhoff dis-
sented trom the decision of a majority of the
court and made a regular Abolition stump
I. " ' ' . nft,l,nsi tne constitution-
"'1 , "?u ' , , "U,UB 1 '
.JiFumiiii: aim utuer ifuuuifz nL'iiiiniif'&nR nn
tho Reserve, then declared that Brinkerhoff
and hutlilt occupied the true Republican po-
muo.i, uiuiuuuge owan snouid be beheaded,
uuu.-i ogrccing nnu mm snouia snare
the order of time. The issue is now fiirlv
1 1 7 r a nil fnatitiitxx tho iiJiA.nrik. L'ii
the very basest of party purposes. The
Judical ermine should never be stained by
f"ul blot of party politiis, and ifthepeo-
fJ "e? "f P," a',d
""tPRnty perpetuated, thoy should rebuke the
nartizans who would d.-mn,t;. th v,,..,.v,
the Government, to which the people can
a,wy look, with hope, for that protection es-
" oi iree lusuiuuous.
&rVe learo that the Democrat of West
Charleston, Miami count,' bad a 6ne meeting
Saturday uiirht. which was ahlv addreMSfld
E. U, Ehhelmak, Esq., of Ross county.
I have lna.1 arrangement to receive the heat
quality of ttlafklwrriea the MoKT HKAI.THV
all bernea dlirius Uie aeaaon: and thev will h. u.M
the quart or drawer at the lowest ratea.
Hillsborough Female College,
rnllC FALL KKSHION of thia Inatitiitina will eom.
meiMon Momlay. Heptetntar Ud. Terms lor board
ami Million, liutl ier year. Muslo on Ihe ftano and
(iunr. FieiK'iian.iiiern.u,i..,..Ue. u.n..
burmiKh ia one n
h tue most neajtl.y locatioua in the
worldajalihem'hotd haslswa in oia-ruioa more tlian
iwen.y years un.ier tne aame mnriiau,
For hill mlormaiion aee the hurt Caulosue whkh may
sins the euhacnlter at Hillsbo
M. 1) MATHEWS, President.
MRH T fi THOMAS II It
' U' 1UU-UAS M' U'
RADl'ATEof Ihe Pennsylvania Medioal University
S of the citv of Phllariel ulna, aiel ursi'tiNine hvHi,..u.
the treatment of diseases of women and ehildreu.
Amiile reA-rent'e given in Hay ton on soplioation.
"j-"moanuresiuenono. lai Jemrson etreet
Harsliman & Co., Bankers,
Onto-No. 41 J.avrua Street. Davtow.
AUAHIKD, 100,000 LBS. OF CLEAN WASH
TWni Btreat. btjckal s Huiltiing, by
X. KAVuKi'l K, AKent.
rilO KKWT- Dwelling house Wo. 4, JefHrson St.,
0""""K remaeiioa. All Arash palntad aitd pav
)Mrsl, huiI uui iu Miorouuli repair. 8ven rooms anil
Huuin.erkiU httii. nu, rtiiu wtattir oistsro, Ac. lWutfiu
year in uumilily jMyuiauta.
MTTtr nlly unit Wit It If Kmplrt Oft
rwmtTfl fh Rmplr 19 nil ding
No. HO Mnln Ntrt
4 ihv IV or tli from Market trtt
Hn m, Ml t your Wifrwnin ihi (MrmH ty
rmmg, July 9th, t i'cnrk. liuwinvi f Imftortjttvo,
H- - M. Ca Aa Th ivkuIht tno(iit tf t)m
BKJS. Touiiff Moii'i !'liriwtifn A-oliition Will I
hUl U Wrlry ('litjW lht otntiiji ut o'clock. Jy9
mSU lHiion wwl Miami Cffy . 8. TVi lrn
Iftke I'likre T1iiirlnp WfmnK nt f) oVIK-k, ut tlt Thinl
KtrMt Prfwhytfrian i'lion-li. All friend T(lscHfi))Nith
8t-horl otuim ar tvtu wtM to Ik present,
j)7tIM CHAM. I'AltlUHT.Hiv'
f-. Wshlna;ton Oniird.-Vim nri com
5sL mmitlfMl tf mwl At your Armory, Nixon
IU1I, on Mmvlny veiling, July 0th, to fnmmwt UiihflB
f imiKpitunr. Jv7.li U. H( 1IKK1AK, ('AitAm.
If yon would havi omeHtlng
extn In th Day nrrrcot j (rp, Amrotyx
PhotoKrnt)hitinth4ihivifi('t ami go to HKKIKHIM H
PALA('K,r ART, MftrkM IIiim. He In tlio only
Artist (njrxrt in this Uilncxi. wto
fc- pKmploymrait. nny prion, pithor nml
or frnnUp i-nn p"ily mnkc from nx to pilit'
tppn dolUm wwk hy an rt wtii h I tmfHi; rnn lap
don by any pnonof orrliniry ntfnil.with littlp on no
cftpitul, and donunivit In ewy fhintly. TMn In no
humbug. Rrnt lo any addrcfls on wfipt of rut opn( In
coin or stamps to JK. C. MATHKIt,
ai7vrma I'ont oflk. Kpw Yt.rk.
pi - Tht BraudlnoTlon Pill
- fl .ClWUKNATt, July, 1 1H
h:,h. Vt. t!. w
RolaAck, iHnr Mi . In ri.ly U ituirit" mnlu of mo,
JtiTP me plcanuro to nny, Hint Mm. N. Atloo, ttf Hit
Dr. Atle of rinctimntl, prrviomt to her K"'K Kiut,
xprpimod hercotifltlowe in tho cthVary of your Hrim-
(linavian Kfinnliefi, ami ttw ti-nr(tt w Ui-rivcU from
lining them. Hlie hiu! Iu'en pf VhtiK from Keiieml prtw
tratkm at timen, heitig over wveuty-Mix yt-arn of hko,
and opthtUmia anil inlliimmntion of the tV. Vnrioiin
remediea were rentored to without relief, niton anmo
friondft recommended a ocnirwo of your ft'iunlitrnvian
Btoo.1 Purifier Altd BlfKI I'll Im. They hat I tho desiml
efloe and xhe won tHniderd a rentored to heitiih.
I know many who hre nett your medicine, and
peakdeeidodly of tho henetlt derived, thn toftifyinK
of their renovHting inlluonen In purifying the Mood mid
giving vigor and energy to tho ayntorn. They have my
cordial approbation. Very rpHpoetfttlly,
H. J. llartwit.
Rot. Samuel !. Brown liaitltri n alevoted lulmrer in
thocaitae of Chrintiiuiity, In t.'ineinnnti, for more thtui
thirty yeai-M, ah almoHt every old Cincinrmtimi known
Such tentimouy, from Jih h a Motin e, in not to le punned
oTer lightly. No other I'mprietury ileineli ever
prewuted to ttte pulJie, ever re'cived tithe of the
oommenditfion from MKN OF 8TAMHMI, m every
walk of life, that niitio have dour. Kee (nlvertiemettt,
atw "-saHollewy,i Olntmontfrotit, litinlx
gu, nmt rheum:(i!m are IntitlliMy removed
by aenntinuoiif uno ofthiw great detergi-nl applifAtion.
Warm ftnneitt:itioti! should tn nil ciinch prtH'oiln it
uae. It relaxes the conni mined nuifM-li-A nod i lore 3,
and aaxinta nature In completing n euro. Hold nt the
nuuiuflwtory, No. w Mailen Ijute, New York, and ly
all UntggintH, at2.ic., 0.'k, and $1 per pot
g- --Dr Ilooflnnd'a (lerniKii lSlriera.and
Dr. Ilnoflaml'g nalmle Cordial.
The firent ittaiittonl mmhciitf, of the prrjtetit tujc, fitn'e ac
quired their great piiiulniily out ft thnmijh icnr$ nt trial
Vnhoun-iedmtitfnetum U retulrrtnlhit thnn in all msei and
thtpmpte hare protwuncat thnn wort tut.
Liver tbmptnint, Jiynprpiin, Jaun-ticn, l)rbilHy of the
A'ereoii Sitem, DixfAixt of the AVnc, ami all tlixeancit
(riingfi-omalimrtlcrllirer or weaknimnf the tttmarh
amlti!ttiveoninn, art xpmttfy nnl permanently curd hy
the Herman Bitten,
The BaLsatnic Conliat htu acqvirenl a rtptttatim t,rjian4nff
that of any similar prrparatiimertant. It trill rurr-, with
out fail, the moat severe ami long gtatuling Qt'tyh, Oihl, or
Hoaracntu, BrvnehifiH, Inftutttiia, Croup, Jatmvnui, tn'
dpUnt Consumption, anil has performed the moil remai ka-
ble cure ever ktvmmqf Cbnfiniuxl Consumption.
Afewdottm will alm at onee chtck and euro the most se
vere Diarrhorn procfHtiy from eott in tho ftoicrln.
ThrAemelicine are prr par ml by Dr. C. M. JarkmnJt Oh,
No. UflArrA street, IhilaMphia,I,a.,arutitiemjtlbydrutt'
giatn and dealer in mMirine everjtwhere, at 7rt cents per
bottle. The hignnlure of C. M. Jackxm, will b on the out
title u Ofper of eaeh bottle.
In the Almanac pubtiahal annualiy fit the proprietor,
balled RmrytxMty't Almanac, you tctU find teifhnonu ami
enmmentatoiy notitet from all parte of the country, j
Them Almanacs are given away by ail our agents.
mrfbrtaUby W. W. STEWAKT and J. W. PIE- I
TRICH, Dayton, O. Jy6-yMavr.
PITRSUANT to An onlcrof the l'ntiii Court, witlirn
ami Tor the eountv of Mont!rntiHi-v itn.i Niut.. .r
Ohio, I will ofti'rat nnvnte mild (liiruut the next tluw
nioumfl.uie louowinx fiewtriiieu real cntnte, to ml:
Lota ISO. 3IMH ujijinuHed ut $2,!t) ihi.
" (Mil? " 4NI UU.
It(l7 ' A) 011.
" i:Vn8 8'HI IN.
" S7lhl " 8tO (Ml.
H7iH 2.-ell (HI.
" a-J-Ml " 4iNI (Ml.
" Sft.47 " 4(10 (in.
" !iMI4 H VNI (HI.
" idXIft IJIM) IHI.
South partnof lot No. 212 ' 7k ihi.
The uiKliviiledone Imlfof thirty three feet of lols No.
10.11 aud lu:t'A nnraHtHi at 7M (Mi.
Lot No. lift, 11(1, 117, uullm Kuidliiy I'liiU BMaesatit
eivh lr, 21(1 (Ml.
Kooin Wi Ihinl street, on lentied ff round, aimitsed nt
llfO. The ulxti' nronorlv uill U h.i.1.1 lt-..n '
uranee, and eiuint aeii lor Ji-jw tlmti tuo tlnnl.-t he iu
prairwxl value. ImMrty will he nIiowii, hu1 terms of
aajemivle known by liie MUhntirilwr, nl the murlile yard
1. 1j4 1ow. (J. iiA.NSUiN, AaniKnee.
1avtum, Jiily rt, lw!i. .i7d:im
CAHl'KTK, WALL PaTKU
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
VAX AISDAL, B1V0X & CO.,
2STO- 74 MAIN STREET,
HAVE now In store a choice RXHortine.it of the new
est styles of
WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS,
Lace and lruery Ourtiuns, (jilt and TransiNirent
blue, Green and White
Venitian HHihIm, Intlia mid Cx-oa Mnt(uiH, Ilii),
Door Mats, lXuvofetiiiKt l.'urnet Ware, CnrneL I,iniHL(,
HaHsockMel('ouuterNuies, '1 imi'llinn-t, Naukint, 'J'ul-lt.
Cloths, TaMe and l'nuio CoverH.ltl' tu htl Munluin, frinti
IjiiteuM, Blank eU, Tslile amaNks, &it uilich ihty otter
greatly ueauueu brines to inuku room (r hdl ur
-Nowls the time to taiy ('heap. y
THE DRUG STORE,
120 Main Street, bctvyjei. Markets 4th,
(BUCCErittOR TO W. S. ROHINHON.) -
HAVINfl reeelveils fiill aHsnrtrnent of Pure PniRM
and Medicines, .tlrei-t froni tlie Kaxteni maikft, J
ofler to the puUic the lolhmuix: Fruit, Jars, Corks and
wiix, uonituuiiiy on nana minus; me ni-hsuii.
j J. AUUKV, liJU Miiin st
NOT1CK In April Int tlie sulatt-rilvr niiKwd a
note ol hand Kiven hy John Halticld in ftivnr at M'ir
aiui Hallield for tlie muiii of thrtw huiidrtHl ilollurs, and
dsled Kehruarv itih. lK.Vi. All
wanted from ptuvhuAitiK said note, us juiyituittoa Uie
smiii-i i ava wan uppt'u.
Jy MOHCiAN 1IATFIKI.I).
TO UHIIXiK BUiLDEKS.
NOTIOI ia lisrehy Riven llml svul.-rl pruposiila will
be received at the dttice of Uie Ali'litor til' Mont.
ginnery fouuty, Ohiu, in llivylon, until KlllliAV. .Inly
KliA. P. IWR), at lOnVlis k am, for tli rii tion ,.i i
Tniss Bntlxe m:russ Mail Uivr, linar lltu-Hliiiiaiivilla.
Also, for aTriirts HnduH. iwmtss Turn's linn, in, tl.
eounly rood leiulmx rrum Kurutursville to Wim luter
l'laiis, Jul., oan ts seen at the afoivsuiil (Ilf1,w. li.M
information rtOitunu Utlltv sume uun bo luul. liy ur.
of oounty coniluisaionora.
jevwuiwm waji. it. lilll ukn, Amlitor.
R. J. 0. RKRVE ha removed his re.idt.nre to No.
at Ludlow street, nasi aide. betutM.n Tlur.1 u.l
KOI'ND Trin Tu kiM. gmid on li.M and U:10 a. m.
Tmiua July ttli uumu, ri'turnin.lnlj Mt inclusive.
r. n . r iKAKi.lt, um. ' v a.
8, W, Kiss, Ttekel Agent,
cimw1mrmmmmmmm!mmm nw '.iu '' ""
SEW FlIW ITIRE STOIIE,
NO. :uo SKCOND sthf.kt,
IirTwr.KN Mnin n Jofs-mon, ami iwxl door la
J 9 H i.lfiw IJ iwn.wnra irttr.
All ktmN of F'irniliirp, t'lislrp. MallrM. Looking
win ue WHU
IR Per Ont Clioaaor
Thnn Hi miv n!lir Fimiltltm Wsrronm In f)ytm.
AH work wsrrnnwd ((kmI, snaoruVrs promptly
CHEAP FOR CASH,
i f.AflllR Rqnortmfnt nt MA.Mi.in stwl Plnln Fiirnl
i t'l'.M.BniH.. l-f.Kiii.l al llw I'AIILNKTMAKRKS'
r.NKlN WAHK KIHIMH.
NO. no. MAIN HTIIKKT,
.(Win. If. iiiiir.n..'.ii.i miiit,)
Tlio nnUi mr rfrtht)j rpiifmlM tnmll and g.
Hinii... I..i.r iin-hi.ffiiiK.l.wlHr. Allonl..rir..r work
pn.iiiiiny aiiiilnKMl to, aim prlrm tn .nt tlwrimna.
Jjliiij WM. H. H A H N( Hal'wnmn.
TAI-PAVERS OF M0T(i0MERI COl'KTT.
rilUFHE lt a large n mount of nnpaldTaxea duo Juno
l?"llt, iHiai, whi h I am anxioim to eotleet without
i.uy a-l.liltoiwd ent to the tax-pnyor, within tho neit
tenday. All tnxew not iiiid in ttio office, will hn oont
mt for eoll.s tii.ii, which will make the colleetor'a fno
an ivlftihotm) ei-t to the tax-payer. I have but a abort
tune in winch to make retunm, and all real entAte taxon
unpitid and returned, romex lck on tho next dnpltcalo
ith;to Tccnt. ft.l.hi i,. All tint can ha wval by
pijiitg now. AiU'iiu to your interest tn time.
Tronjun'r Montgomery County.
Treanurer offleo, July i, lnm, tf
All pajcni In the county copy.
Attorney-at-Law and ITotary Publio,
OF KICK 3ll Third Street, lictwe Main and ief-f.-rMon
pirm.ti, over three's Jtweli y utora.
R1.LIOTT, ATTCIUNKY AT LAW. Oltlneln
KniDire Huil.lilitf. Third 8lreet. ot.nopita ltet-kal
nt'.O. W. HALAMBRRi
I J.AW. Iiltii'eoii Mum ntruot,opuoMi( Ihe Court
l.fl,,., IV, I, VMIIU,
)ATUICK KELLY, ATTORNKY AT LAW.
othVe in the Kinpire Kuililing, Thinl Htreet, Day
n, Ohio. W ill iiiHkei oll4i lioimitml attend to the nrae-
tice of his profcNNion g4nHnilly in Montgomery and the
adfmningcoiintieHi draw and tu'knowletlgo decxJii and
moriuittfe, mill premreHli other legid iiwirtltnettta.
AVFHKTFH, M. D., HOMiKPATHlHT,
No. 41 iMttin htreet, lictwcen Firnt and Hocond
I:ivlnn, Ohio, unit hour From 1 to la, m..
and from 1 to i p. in. apl3m3
1'. KHIEULUR, NOTARY PtTRLIO.
-t'entriil liMumnce offlee. Mayor's Rootim.
No. 7o, Kiwt Side of Maui, helwe'U Hoeoitd ajid Thinl.
Il:ivmg rc- eived the HpfNtintinent of Notary ftibho In
l) nut I hir the eountv of Moutuomorv. Ohio, tho nndrr.
Hiifued thiK method to inlorm hiHfhendii and the
ibhe genenuly, that he if now prejmred to do all Die
isiiif.ort pertuiiiiug to Koidothee thai may be entrusted
him, correctly, uudou the ahortoat notieo.
uuvi6-tf John u. kkiedler
A WKH THlNEn, JUSTICE OF TH E PEACE
rtH nuiAKl '('H , U Umco. HfN'kf Hill 1(1 titf.
on .lenerKon nuwi. near mo t.onier oi J Iiiru. in tli
room Irrrinel ly oeeuniwl by Justice Torrence. Partieu
'ur attention lutid to drawing Ieod, M(Kifugefi Con
mu'it, UoiiUM, and Legal Papers. Also, collections
WAi.aRiiMia. niaaa vtmiHi
1. WALIiRinnn V CO., Commlsaion
niereiiaius, jo. ay liroiiuway, A. York.
)EAUI, STREET IIOtJMI, anuth-weat oor-
nur ol HiH-e iiiki Mill. I ulrectH, t: NCI NNAH.
FAHB OXH l)l.l,AR PF.K DA V.
nmyt J. 1). N. UAHKIHON, Propr'
AIL HO AD IIOCSE, WM
V el. .1. LIMA, .
I-Tht' Inmm atou at rills houae each wav for
aencre todilio. doc
UOITHE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
t Jriuner mid Varnixher, Imitator of MarNe of ra
it nm kuitifl, tm. 'lenns reanoitalso. Work dona on
U.-HIimn Main Htreet. onnositotha Markat Unuao.
over i narrow s immji auu oiioe niore. auiv
The Dayton Insurance Co.,
WILL TAKE .
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS
On Reasonable Terms.
IN HUSTON IBUILDING,
(OKNEU THIRD & JEFFERSON STS.
.liimes Perrine. Hon. D. A. Hnvnes. H. Conorer.
Uutnp, John Harries. T. rfcliaerter,
j, a. . ouug-
D. A. HAYNE9, Pres't.
J. R. Yoriio, Sey.
I KHCIKANTH IN8VRANCB COa of Habt-
L ruttu, Conn,
(1IA8. t. ChAKKK, Airent at Dayton.
1JOMK INSIRAKCE COMPANY,
L ilAVKN, aHH,
Cauital Saxi.uuu. utud iu cash, aud
ThiHcoinuiy insures Buitdinfrs, Merchandise, Hon a
Furniture, iuid other iusurathie uroiwrty, alas low rates
areehitrued by other solvent eeinistnies.
Three-fourths u the profits of the business, (after
ueuiK-iiiiKT Hr cent, inr tne stoeKhoiders) are ulvid
annually to the Imldent of policies in this uomtsui
IwiyahU' iu wriii TR'arinnintertsst, liu-UesluauriiiM with
incur no liulslity whatever.
JioiHiLAs H. Ratteblss, Presidenl.
liANiKi, TaowkiumiE, Vice Prea.
Cttsn. WlMlOrf. Hee'y.
my:U CHAt. . CLARKE, Agent at Dayton.
Central Insurance Co.
UKKICE No. '70 East aide of Main street, between
Bucnuu unu i nira uji-suura. ,
Fire and Marino Insurance.
TyiMflEH Issued upon all des.'rlpHona ofBlTILD
INiiK, MACIIINKI1Y and STOCK ftir no. v,.r or
less, imd upon DM KLLlXti.H AND HOllHtiUOLD
ttuiti., tor raree years, ur any lea term desired, st
HOARD OP niRKOTORfl.
Hmr Hrmi, ilinar 8. K.iwlie,
ItosaaT r'UAMsaa, Al.ssap Hsuubh,
Aniiskw limp, Ii. W. InniMo,
W. Hiiaw, J. R. Olwis,
K. 11. 1'eLSESTB.
. o HE?,I(Y HERMAN, President.
P. W. TnDiNos, fteeretury.
John KaaieLBS, Hur-eyur. BpW)
The Firemen's Insurance Co.
HAS removed lis offlee to the eliplje and eommo.
diotis suite of roottis preMtred Ibrit use, on the
u.ni ui iNK.fi s nmiuuiff,
CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STS.
ENTRANCE ON THIRD STREET.
This Company Insures cn the most ISvoralJe terms.
Dwflliuifs ami nil deM'mitioiiM of lt .1.1...
Muruhaiulise. AIo, Curgo Bliipintuii,. '
Losses promptly Adjusted and Paid.
CHAlaitKAn. H.Mit.i. ir. .......
Iusisl Ksirss, 1). K. Mi.n,
IfSSHY HTOHUASD. V. Win. .
BiMus UasiiuiiT, Johs Puwau,
P P u . t'KAlUHEAD, Prertdent.
t. Thus, Beo', a,,) ,
Real Estate Agency.
CH18. & CLA&XX,
GENERAL AGENT. ;
Clocga Bnlldins, 1'hird &!, '
WILL httv and soli on oommUtHon, Ral twt af
all kitvK HotHts, I And Warrants. NtM.
Kgoa,o., makooolivetions and negoiitt loan, ff.u
ate l,and Warranto, innura proporty at rnomrjT
rates tn good roNNnfiihte Oomnantes, and rnmnt ii
agewy and oom mission UisiDaaa MTNo chars maUm
I; n-mn HrfMikrille, on Hi l.illf.nxlia Kj n4
Mine (ll.lNiie from lyton. flosem. lmdorultlvMIir
wellflnl.lied ho.iM. ol II rooms. wiHXtlimiM. WA.b.Ll?'
eftjlsr, mnke-litiMt stono niilk-hons, d.trraV
ilmxlheannsnn-lnnl, welln .il lirin atmoaHwrnSt
Krm brn, So i'T so feet, fYitm. orn andonb houn
mid m doiiMo wrew older prow snd mill tH'loMdTwliR
m Hmni Iraine hfMiw.. A ino, wood teniil houul.
premie. This In In nverr re.iien, d.(rl i. hrm mad
eonvenienl to Ihe eily. Willi f nold on tut pwvwioBai
ormaa in partior rewifteiM in llieellr.
v.. ah. r,. i uhhk, Tnlnf
IJtdHXAI.B. 14 aere, I milea from th ritvw VM
HsndMnitwn-.lorv bHek ho.iM. new ..
ci.tern, fl., jfood frenie bum, and out-honaeai A ..TTj
fruitof every .lenerirfi.m. Heel quality of land
CllAH. G. CLARK K, Heal K.I.I. A...
J.HIR RALK tilt RKNT. A vary eonreni.at Rasa.
; Hoiiae, of S Rootna, HUM. e., lomted willua a
w minute' walk of (lie oentre of Ihe eitv. w.u kT
sold on flve year'a time or rented lo a joed Uaajat.
;iiai". B. t'l.AHKE, Third stroet.
TJURM FOR RAI.B.-1BO rn m Hw
I1 ;a.tln. Dark County, and C mile, from Rmw.'s
Stmion on I lie IUW. K. R , lifaerea umtwr inieula
vmion. fvood framo dwellins frama bara Ala, a
hewed low dwelling. Hood oivli.rrf. IT'.
oreek of rilnnins water tlironrh the ljaew. p.2 tJZ
land, and the tmlnnoe he.t quality of aecond bottoaa
Thia las neat-rat Farm. H will t .i., .
lea than Inferior land has actually sold tor laUiaiai.
IT areea 1 mil weal of Hi.lner. m a a mj
aorea under milUmion. Cnf..rtl4 hm. dwalllu
h'.iieeoreroonia. n ell, enlern, orohard. tus. Lauald
g.ivd quality. -wi
100 acre, near MIml.llr ;Kiellent Land, ahout a
. reaunilereulnvation. Frame Uimu u. k- --j
othor out Uiildiuga. tiood Orctiard Ro.
ALSO, -. ' ;
SR aereaon the Hhakertnwn Pike, four mlleeiw. u..
Fine Um, uo.kI lieanna cin har.1. amoka-houM, int
house, o Ac. An iollenl quality of Ua WbsS
r . j niiw nouae v RMma.
auallty, second bottom ob th Rlrr Rasa
i cl3; ,Hm"1! f 1 houi od (raa,.
Ro. Will bs sold low on Terr eur n...
5 ftrrea heat
CllAH. K I'l.llllk'
Clegg'i Bulding. Sd street.
An elegant rnnntry realdene. M mile Ann n...
town, eoMiprisiiis OS neres of eit-ellent land is hi.k
sui of cultivation; handsome and commodious bnefc
dwellinir, RontniniiiK IS rooms, recently built; Urr bank
Istrn, and all the neoessnry out-bulldinga; s aTime In
vineyard in flue benrmtf oundillun, bennus fnirt trsas
of every variety; shruUjery, e. Also, beautiful lata
pond on the premises, led by a stream of runnm atn
about 16 nre tllnlier.
This property ia that lately owned and onrapVel by
Mai. M. H. Walker and is one nf IK. K..j.-A-. i
most desirable places of the kind In the eounty. It will
be sold at a larunin, and on payment to suit the Dtu--liliiwer.
JelS CHAfTlf. IXAkKa, ThlMitT
i Mr.. V mil.. Amm 11. r ,
" Madison township, w acre under culuratioa, bal!
an. best of timber-bur oak, walnut, ninr, biekorv.
ash. At', tiood tWO-Stiirv Krilr k.uu a .
Ijirn, large orchard of (rood fruit; runnm. water boll
about ou aires beet second bottom, balance gently rel.
lug wheat land CHAH. JC. ULAKKa, f lurd atT
0 seres on the Shskertown Pik, mile baynd th
Asylum; well improved and best quality of land; Ire sto
ry frame house, ti rooms. Dorehe.. wnv m1i
frajiie house, ti rooms, i
.. with about 7 acre of timber. There is L iinl
on th premises, with 40 vnl andaverything eompUt.
" - .. ui aiwue iuniTT. lennBor pay men
CflAS. Jl. cUms.
FOR SALE. "
convenient two story Brick Dwelling on Jonei street.
containing ruoma, summer kitchen, eiatem,
iiroiir. suosiite. ew . ihphnn. fviot Th
will be sold at a largnln IfapiilioUon be mad soon m
tne owner wishes to remove from the city, laonire ef
C1IA8. K. CLAKK., Tfyird M.
Choice Lot Ifor Sale.
KBY suitaNe tors Hotel. The lot is on th Mortb
lst corner of With and Ludlow St saxloo feet.
Ve a location well adapted for Hotel, aad Ihepreew
I is uoereo at a pnee aud term to suit any ecu,
ihing to puniluue. CUAH. CLABKB,
Qr every description and price. Th fclloUuJka
location of some of them: . - .
r IR8T KTRKKT. between Main and flkraoa; !
HKUUND STHUUT. 1.1. U-.- Tl j ,.
' w sw
THIRD BTRFKT " ' '
FOI'HTH HTHKET 1 - '' '
FIFTH KI KIKT, between Main and Ludlow; 1
WILKINHUNBT., " Fourth and Kidh:
LUULOW 8TBEST, First and Wateiv. ' ;
"Over tho Rhine." s .
SMITH BTRKET, near Hrown;
JONKS BTKKKT, between Brown and JneB
OKKKN HTKKKT, jefleraou and Teeuaanh.
JACKHON ST., " Filth and Yaa Bureau
WAYNK HTREKT, Bonth of Fifth:
BAIN1IKIIXJEBT,, North of
CLINTON 8TKKICT, neer Third; . )
U L I i sj f i UTO a. 11 r a air '
i'ivvn a- t'l lllM, AVMBl IH nwftwr,
TlieM are. many of them very choice pimctm of pro potty
wiMDiMiriuu IUW. a lUtrtJ OflRIUM HlOM awbOVtt
enuinf mtrvl, large ftmmint of Verr oh,b eaVopertv im
uburtm, for nit, nd trade. - S T
CllAtt. . C LA it KB, fowl XiOMAMaC.
Je8 Clrx'A Biuldrng, Third ai.
VACANT !XT8tn every pert of the city, for mU4
trade cheap, jwttl CUA4. JO. CLAKKX Met.
Real Estate Agency. Drugs, Medicines, &c.
Toilet Articles for the Kfllion.
HAIR KE8TORATIVB AND IKVlGORATOK, ft
ure Rlld iMTsiiiuietit oure for UaldjiwvM. mnd tar m.
uiovidk ail ttuurf, lMiMiruiT, Hcrofttloua KrupuotM Hk4
Peveririh HeHt from m-i-ln. uid fur rtorinr orraMur-
. ray Hair to iw onK'iutJ oolor. Thia prap.rati
iMiDUuiia noiiijuriuui ii.Htter, produoing itm woadeiiUli
effocU by mviKuraUng and rntorii.j( prfeot health to
IK'U)l, K11U llie KlialHlN WIIKIO lOrm Ul liaUr. l ISM
up ui boMitw holcii
up in bottlt
iciing the aame quantity aa Wood'a
mra. Alien a tiair KntorMivea, in all
uually aHgiMkd, aiidat one third to one half the
niy 60 oenta. For aale bv
Ittl. W. W. (T1EW1HT,
Druggiat, No. W Main aut
1QUID HAIR DYE. For dyeing the Hair a Black
or Brown, mutant ly, withimt ataininji lb eiuav
WavrnuiUHl ftjlly a good an liuulirlor'a and ChriMadorv'tt
up in the aaine hiim1 boxea, and at half the coei.
60 ota. To be had only at the Iirug Htora ef
fb7 W. W. bTKWAUT, UMtvItt
KALI NO WAX VOR FRUIT CANH. A plentiful
aupply of thia utwful article will be kepi oa nan at
timea duniiat the aeaHon, nt
myau W. W. bTKWABrB, Wo. W Mala at.
10DA WATER. Pure, npnrkltng and cold, drawn a
all timea from one at tli, nuutt wivrJiA iw..BlfAiaa
the Hbite, fitted up with (lie patent ooniUnation oeol
erand draft tube. Kvery variety of fruit, ayrufka aa4
nectttf made frenh every dav, at
w. v. biiwa ai D n nam
fHVIT BOTTLES AND JAHI Juet reeelT
1 ed a larim invuiiiat ut IT nut Hiti.iMs asui Jar.
Alio, 8)iiik Wax. At the bm tltorn oi
my W.AV. BTKWAHT, X Main atrent.
ONimM IHlUTKU l.IPm lew... k a
malt liquor in the world, for iiivalida,aattd thte mtf
tWintffroiugtmenUdtKlity and proiitration ef the aytv
mynu W. W. bTJCWAUT. m. Main at.
PliaiFIKD HRNZINK. For cleaning g lovea an4
removing grtavwi. tar, ataine, eta., from eil kimdai ef
wearing app.rul, witlviit injury to the Wxture nr Ur
the muteriaaU For mde by
tnyaW w. W. bTKWART, OS MainateeA..
pITRK CATAWBA W INF. -Ho me choton Old Cm-.
M-wua wine, grown on uietarm of Col. J. V. Mar.
near tluaotv. Thia wine ia vmrw aunairiar. aanti
from any adullwation whatever. For aaie by ihaj
orgtUlon by W. W. ITIWAIT,
no. W Hall eV
'UK Olive Oil and London Muatarti. fer uku aa.
For aale by.
lio Main aUeei.
pfOAL OILAfreahPupply.Ught and Clear aa Orya.
tal. AIM a new atock of Lam pa, received, and W
J. ABbtoV, lavMnin aue.
GLASS FRUIT JARS.
OA pM, thia day noeiveil. with Cork Steepen,
tl? lur ale ohean. all JNii. T. wnl.lV
no. eaa third bt.. '
IAS Just reoelyed direct ot Joseph Bodfrs tea.
Duien Soger's Cele,rle4 KbItm.'
SIXTY DIFFERENT STYLES.
also reo.lY.lo few day, J ' ; 1
Doiea Dawioa. Warr A !. "
gold pant ' "T '
FIFTY DIFFERENT STYLES.
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