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SATURDAY, JULY U, ln( REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. 1 KIR PKtSIDKNTl HTKPItRN A. DOUGLAS, - ' ' tuiwm. W VICK PRIWIDKTr iimtsciiKi.u v. joiinsqn, OF OMU, DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. , l t' rMtWrtEMi h'tin, THOMAS J. H. 8MITII, 01t ATTORNEY niNKRAT,, D.W.H'rAMIJAUOH, tor mkmbkr k mmD ur rrm.ie -viiK, ,r AHNI.lt I,. BACKUS, ..- . or vreu. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 'fnMr-HIM RtR, of Star rmtm. WILLIAM B. WOOIM. Of Lk-klu County. MSTstcr SLBr-Tot. let IHatrtWm. J. nan. Hamilton. John ftchttK Jrti 4i h Hh h " 7lh " Sin th Huh " llth ivth ' l.lth " nth IMh lmh i:ih lmh luth " Hh mt J. H. rm, PrNe. H W.lk.r Hh.lhr Edward Khemcld, llenry N. A. lie, ore, ttrown. H. C. Kaiirnuui rarette. (. F. Htavman, VelawarS. theater Molt, YIHkHI. John I). Jamca, Jackeon. Junwt M. Miller, Meig. Bntntwl D. Pouter, Franklin. Win. Dnrhln, F.rte. - Hurr Kellogg. Aahland. N. r". Jon, Hotniea. Autos Layman, Wa.hington. Wilon S. Keiinon, Kelmont. larael B. Carter, Nuinmit. Chaa. D. Aitama, l.ake. Ueo. A. Howard, A.huratl. tteo. Webater, JeAVreon. INDEPENDENT. roil JITK1F. Or THE Bl PIRIOR OOl'RT, DAN I EI, A. HAYNES. Democratic Business Meeting To-night. The Democrat of thii city will hold m Hutinea Meeting, t their Rekding-Rooia THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. It every one make it convenient to tie present, Miamisburg Meeting. The Democrat of Miamisbnrg had a fine meeting last night, the Town Hall being filled with about 400 rotors. After organizing ij appointing Samtki. Math Chairman, Hon. C. L. Vallandioram took the stand, and for an hour held the attention of the crowd The speech was one of the best we have ever heard the General deliver. The audience were well pleased with the effort, and it can not but result in good for the cause in that locality. The Democratic boys of Miami township are in the best of spirits, and will render a good account of themselves at the coming election. The Prospect. "Not only from every section of this county, tint Irom all portions ot the state, comes up cheering intelligence relative to the prospect of the Democracy this fall, and the chance are fair that our State ticket will be elected. Our friends in the various townships in Mont gomery assure us that the Democratic vote at e coming elections in their respective local! a, will lie larger than ever before. Men who ve not heretofore acted with us, are giving their adhesion to the cause, and will not only vote, but will work for the election of the Democratic tickets. Especially are the reports from thi section favorable to our candidate fur Supreme Judge, and we doubt not he will run hundreds ahead of his ticket in Montgon Peuh on the ball. . President Buchanan's Speech. Many of the Opposition papers have been publishing rumors upon rumors that because President Buchavax himself preferred to fa vor Mr. Bkk'.'Kixriiioe, he would make it a teit for the holding of official position, and that every office-holder under the Admin istration, who supported Mr. Doi-olax, or re fused to support Mr. Brkckinridok, would be rempved, "decapitated," ''guillotined." That Hie Opposition wished fur such a stole of things is don ot less true. They wanted a war created between the' adherent of Dorot.AH and Brkckinriduc in the Northern States, fondly hoping that in such a case Mr. Lincoln might stand a chance of being elected President To bring about ueh a war is what the entire Republican press of the North has been labor. log for ever since the Baltimore Conventions. One by one their calculations are being disap ' pointed. Democratic State Conventions meet and harmoniously, .unitedly, and Enthusiastic . ly select their candidates and adopt their latform, and then adjourn. Democratic tounty Conventions act in a similar manner. uid now the President gives the last blow to their hopes. On Monday evening lost, being "complimented with a serenade from the friends of Mr. Breckinridge, the President in- re turning hi thanks, used the following lan Holding this position, I shall present some of the reasons why I prefer Mr. Breckinridge to Mr. Douglas. This I thall do without at tempting to interfere trith any individual Democrat or any Mate Jjemocralic wgani tatiim holding different opinion front my melf. THE MAIN OBJECT OF ALLOOOD DEMOCRATS, -WHETHER BELONGING , TO ONE OR THE OTHER WING OF fOUR I'NFOBTl'NATE DIVISION'S TO DEFEAT THE ELECTION OF THE RE PUBLICAN CANDIDATES; AND SHALL NEVER OPPOSE ANY HONEST AND HONORABLE COt'RSE CALCULA TED TO ACCOMPLISH THIS OBJECT. In order that our readers may judge for themselves, a well a that the Opposition cannot Recuse us of garbling, or denying that , sach language was used, we publish the PresL 1 dent's remarks in full, copied from the Wash ington. Conttitution, on the outside of to day'i paper. Thi being the position of the President, ' that the main objeet of all good Democrats, whether belonging to one or the other wing of our unfortunate division, is to defeat the elec tion of the Hepubliian candidatet" we call upoa all of the friends of the AdministratioR- to labor and to vote in such a manner as will bo roost likely to "defeat the election of the Republican candidates in this State. W e call upon them to discard their personal pref erences and feelings to lay aside all bitter ness and nnite with tbe great body of the Democracy in Ohio and vote for Dot'ULAS, id order that thisState may be carried against "the Republican candidates." ' iKf The Ashtabula Sentinel says the name of Hon. J. R. Gidding will be brought before tbe Republican Convention of the Twentieth Congressional District, as a candidate for the nomination. " ,--1, -it ..MJ Democratic Clubs. , From all parts of the Stale the gratifying intelligence reaches ns that the local Democ racy is organising and forming efficient Clnbs for the Campaign. That is cheering news and we hope it may continue until every chool district in the State la thoroughly or ganised, and sound Democratic documents and papers are cirenUted among the people. All that is necessary to sweep Ohio like a tor nado, is a complete organisation and an active canvas. Keep the ball rolling and the tri nmp is sure and certain. Political Intelligence. The Democracy of Indiana will hold a Stale mas convention at Indianapolis, on Wednes day, July R, to ratify the nomination of DoroLAi and Jorskv. All of the railroads leading Into Indianapolis will carry pasaen- ge.ps nt Jutir fhre' The demonstration will undoubtedl He one of the mn.4 lmrvosin of the campaign. Governor Johxsox has agreed to stump Georgia fur the Dohii.as ticket Arrange ments are being made for a grand barbecue at Atalanla, Georgia, when rhinVmocraey of that State will be addressed by Stephkx A. DoriiLA, IlERHTRtx V. Joiinsox, Alixaxhis H. STtrflA and other distinguished Demo crats. The Ontario (N. .)Rrpontory, an Ameri can paper which support Bti.l. and Everltt, say : "In fact, all the enthusiasm of the party, in the Northern States, is in his favor, and occu pying as he does, so fnr as sectional antagon isms are concerned, a middle eronnd, sml en countering, as he has, a most relentless oppo sition trom tne ultra .southern men, which he has ably and manfully resisted, he will lie likely to secure the svmpathy and support ofa large vote outside of "his own party." The United States Senators whose terms expire In I860, and whose places are to be fill ed by the next legislatures of their States, are Fitzpatrick, of Alabama ; Johnson, of Arkan sas ; Gwin, of California ; Foster, of Connec ticut ; Yulce, of Florida ; Iverson, of Geor gia ; Trumbull, of Illinois ; Fitch of Indiana; Harlan, of Iowa ; Crittenden, of Kentucky ; Slidell, of Ixmisiana ; Pearce, of Maryland ; Greene, of Missouri j Clark, of New Hamp shire ; Seward of New York ; Clingman, of North Carolina ; Pugh, of Ohio ; Lane, of Oregon ; Bigler, of Pennsylvania; Hammond, of South Carolina ; Collamer, of Vermon ; and Durkee, of Wisconsin 14 Democrats, 1 Republican, and 1 American. The following leading Democratic papers in Missouri have pronounced in favor of the elec tion of the regular nominees, Doinias ar.d Johnsox: Arcadia Protpeet, Iron county. California A'eir, Moniteau county. Central City Urunstricker, Chariton county. Democratic Uazrtte, Jackson county. Daily Morning Herald, St. Louis. Gazette, St. Joseph, Buchanan county. Hannibal Democrat, Marion county. Journal of Commerce, Jackson county. Jefferson Inquirer, Cole county. Mittouri llepublican, St louis. Neosho Herald, Newton county. Observer, Boonville, Cooper county. Potosi Miner, Washington county. Plaindealer, Savannah, Andrew county. Paris Mercury, Monroe county. Regiiter, Daviess county. Sle. Genevieve Plaindealer, Ste. Genevieve county. Trenton Herald, Grundy county. The above list is not yet complete. The Democratic candidates for governor, lieuten ant governor, and all tho State oflicers have declared for DoroLAS. So have all the Con gressmen, with one or two exceptions. He will get 25,000 majority in Missouri The Memphis Appeal of July 8th, contains the most glorious and jubilant account of the Democratic ratification meeting in that city on the night previous, of the regular nomina tions of Docolah and Johnson. It says: Before seven o'clock the crowd commen ced oourintr into Exchange Building, and bv eight o'clock that immeuse hall, capable of coutaimag tnirty-hve nnodrea persons, was C owded to overflowing, while the streets on e ther side were thronged with eager multi- t ides striving in vain to gain admittance to t le meeting. The crowd continued to pour in from every direction till the number outside exceeded that within, and a temporary stand nit erected and another meeting organized to aocommodute the vast crowds which were un able to gain admittance to the hall." Tbe Watkins (N. J.,) llepublican, which ha been Republican, will draw its flag, and hoist that of Dot olas and Johnson. In its article indicating a change, it says; "That Mr. Douglas is destined to poll an astonishing vote in the Northern States must be anoarent to all intelligent meu who know anything of human nature and the springs of political action. Although nominated under peculiar circumstances, we regard his election 1 . i :i.i nl.ul,l i Ohio Editorial Convention. The preliminary arrangements are almut completed for the Editorial Convention which is. to assemble here on the 26th inst Reside the excursion on the hland Queen to the Is lands, Ac as already mentioned, it is design ed to have a picnic connected therewith, to lie provided for by the ladies of Sandusky, who will see that nothing is lacking on their part, we have not the least doubt, n e will go bail for their meeting everv expectation on the part of our visitors. Tbe Continentals have been engaged to be present at the excursion anil to favor the assembled Editors and their wives with their choicest songs at Norman Hull in the evening. It is expected, that the conti nentals will sing the original song which has been written for the occasion by Stewart, of the Kenton Kepuhlican, who was appointed Poet at the annual meeting at Tiffin in Jan uary last Arrangements are being made looking to free passe for the visiting editors over the Kailroads leading to nandusky, whict we have no doubt will be entirely successful. It is expected that the song will be sung at Put-in Bay Island, where a stand ho become a permanent fixture, and where any other ex ercise may be had that the assembled wisdom of the Press msy wish aud that time will ad mit of It is presumed that the grand aim will be to secure enjoyment and recreation from the excursion and its concomitants. Let the word be circulated that the pen brother hood may come prepared for a pleasant and agreeanie lime. muusKy iieytmicr. Thk Waruem or thi O. P. Removm. The present Warden of the Ohio Penitentiary, L. O. Van Si.mic, esq, is to vacate his olfice to give place to John A. Pkentice, Esq, now, or recently Sheriff of Ashtabula county. The appointment waa made last week by the new Hoard of Directors, consisting of Messrs. Hekbt E. Parson, of Ashtabula, X. MerioX and Tueodobe C'omstock, of Franklin. Mr. Vax Si.yke goes out and Mr. PaEXTin takes possession of the Wardenship oa the 4th of August. One would have thought that Mr. Vas Sltei having received from the Ethiopians the lame testimonial of fidelity to their cause a Gov. Chase -the preseut ofa silver pitch er was sufficiently abolitionized to suit old Father Oiuiilkus. But it seems that such was not tbe ease, and Mr Vam Hi.vee ha be sacrificed to make room for one raised nu dr the teaching and eye of. old Josaii Ohio Staietman. - v7 .u Pole Raising. A Hickory pole will be raised on Monday evening, at ? o'clock, at Ihe bridge, corner of 1th and St Clair streets. Every Democrat is invited to lie on hand. Democratic State Ticket. The Hamilton Telegraph, in speaking of the ticket, says: The State ticket nominated is a good one, and gives entire satisfaction, lion. T. J. S. Smith of Montgomery county, is one of the most prominent members of the bar in this State, and liesids, he is every way a gentle man. His nomination was not only a good one for the Slate at large, but especially for the Democracy of Montgomery comity. Mr. Smith is very popular in his own county, and will add great strength to the ticket there. 1). W. Stamtuiugh. the nominee for Altor General, is snid to lie a ftonnd and able lawyer, and one of the liest Democratic atump sfieak ers in Ohio. Abner L Ruckus the nominee for Member of the Board of Public Works, is at present a member and President of that Board. He has been connected with the Public. Works in this State almost ever since their existence, and understands them so well, that there is perhaps not another jierson in the State better qualified for tbe position than he is. The ticket is a gxd one, let us now see that it is elected this KnlL The Portage Sentinel, says: In another part of to-day's paper will lie found the proceedings of tho Democratic State Convention, which met at Columbus, on the 4th of July. It was one of the most spirited and harmonious bodies of the kind thut has ever assembled in this State, and the firm and decided stand taken in favor of the regularly nominated candidnte of the Democratic party, will place the Democracy of the Slate in a high position among the ficople. The ticket placed in nomination is a strong one and will receive the united and vigorus support not only of the party, but of conserva tive men of all pnrties, and will be triumphant ly elected in Octolier. Thomas J. S. Smith, our candidnte for Su preme Judge, is well known to the people of Ohio. He is an able lawyer, a sound politic ian, and an excellent citizen. No man will d u')t his fitness for a seat upon the Supreme Aiinkr L Backi s is now a member of the Board of Public Works, having been re-elected over Jacob Blickensderfer in 1857. Hois n gcntlemtin of large exerieiicc, and a prnrti cil engineer who ha not a superior in the Stnte. Djvid W. Stambaugli, the nominee for At-totn-y General, is a lawyer of experience and skill, and is said to lie well qnnlitit-d to dis charge the duties of the otlice lor which he hns been designated. The Seneca Adrcrtiter says : The Democrntic State Convention nomina ted an excellent ticket on the 4th. Judge Smith, of Dayton, is one of the best lnwvers in the State, and will make a good Sti prejne Jtidtfe if elected, and will never consent to a nullification of IVderul lnws at the beck and noil of Oberlin. Col. D. W. Stambaugh, the nominee for At torney General, is n fine stumper and well qualified for the position for which he is named. A. L Backus, Esq., is our nominee for Board of Public Works. 11c is the preseut incum bent, and one of the most popular men in the Slate. We go for Backus with nil our heart, and can hurrah for the whole ticket The Hardin County Democrat say: The Stnte Convention which met in Colum bus on the 4th inst., nominated T. J. S. Smith of Montgomery county as the candidnte for Judge of the Supreme Court. Mr. Smith is a fine lawyer, a good Democrat, and enjoys the the confidence and esteem of his neighliors and associates in an eminent degree. His nomination, which was made by acclamation, will ive strength to the ticket in his section of the State. Abner L. Bnckns, of Toledo, at present a member of the Board of Public Works, was nominated by acclamation for re-election to that position. The faithful manner in which he has discharged the duties of that position, during his present term, is sure indication ot Ins hdelity in time to come, the manner ot his nomination was very gratifying to his numerous lriends, 1). AV. Stamlmugh, of Tuscarawas county, is the nominee for Attorney General. He is very clever gentlemen, a good 'stumper, and Ins triends claim that he posseses suiie- rior qualifications for the important position tor wtucn lie is a candidate. The ticket thus pluced in nomination is a good one, possessing all the elements neces sary to success, and will receive the cordial support of every .Democrat We confidently predict the triumphant election ol. the whole ticket The Ohio Statesman has the following: The ticket nominated hv the Democracy on the 4th for the Supreme Bench, the Board of t'ulilic Works and Attorney tieneral, will lie lound in its Appropriate place this morning in the Stati. ilium. It is a good ticket and will receive Ihe united and vigorous support not only of the party, but of conservative men of all parties, and will he elected in Uctoher. i iiuumn ii. o. oiiiua is wvii .uuwu iu me people of Ohio. He is an able lawyer, a 'PI I 1 ... u 11 I ,L sound politician and an excellent citizen. No man will doubt his fitness for a sent on the supreme bench. He is infinitely superior to his competitor, Jacob Ifrinkerhon, in all the qualities requisite lor that dignihed and im portant position. Abner L. Backus is now a member of the Board of Public Works, having been elected over Jacob Blickensderfer ill 1857. He is a gentleman of large experience, itnd a practi cal engineer who has not A suiierior in the State. Ilia capacity no man will doubt, and his services, in the present iieculiar condition of the public works, cannot well be dispensed with. Mr. Stambaugh, the nominee for Attorney General, is a lawver of exnerience and skill. and well qualified to discharge the duties of the othce to which he bus keen assigned by the tonvention. Take the ticket altogether, it has merits far superior to the abolition ticket which was nominated in this city in June last; and hence it must commend itself to the suppirt, not only of the united Dcmocrayc, but ot a large body of conservative men who, although they do not belong to the Democratic party, abhor the doctrines of the sectional Republicans as much as Democrats do. A heavt storm occurred in the vicinity of Peoria, 111., doing damage to the amount of 50,000. 1 lie loss tell principally upon tne Lovnnstxirt & Peoria railroad and upon the farmers. The Bureau Valley road uUo suf fered. DIED. HOPPING On the 6th uit., Alfred, aged! year aud 4 month, son of (ieorue and Mm Hopping. Vi e mourn for him, we atilldo weep, No more we ll e him here; . In Jeaua hedoth aweetly leep, h . n Ii) anetl lor nun a leurr Thoae sparkling eyea ao bright and dear. ! I iiomh un ie ii pa auru, ThoMM active hiniia to ua ao deer, Lie nileut w ith tim UrtftU. In eight daya we have laid three aweol ehlldren in Ihe tomb, lu ittteot rexw they'll reat; Thfy'll nae again inliideleitH bloom, , And dwell forever with theUent. TbuMi lovely Uidaao young. Called henee by early doom, , J not etine lo ahow how we4 Tit ttowar in PaiaUite would bloom.' "CHARGE ALONG THE LINE!" DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. lion. ('. I VnllandlRliani Will address the citizen of KA TOX and ri, cinity, on the Political Questions of the day on Tueeday Krening, the 1 7A intt. He will also address a meeting of the Democ racy, at the "Madison House," (on C. II. A D. Railroad) ill Butler comity, on Saturday afternoon, the 21st inst., at 3 o'clock. He will also address the citizens of f lerrtian town, on Fridity ercniny, July '20lh. Jiet nil who desire the faithful enforcement of the laws of the land, come! Iet all who believe that our Government ns formed by the heroes of the Revolution, can continue lo exist and proser, comet Let all who are opposed to the sectional and dangerous creed of Black Republicanism, come! Let all who lielieve that the people are capa ble of self-government, cornel Let all who are willing to stand by the Cliion, and the Constitution, the rights of the States and the sovereignty of the people, come! Let nil who would cheer on the patriotic cause, come! Let all who would maintain the constitu tionnl equality of the States, come! ' Let all who are opposed to the odious doc trine of negro equality, come! I-et the young men, who look to a glorious future for the Republic, anil who desire to perpetuate our liberties, come! "Come ns the wves eome when navies sre slrsnncd, CnniM IIm winds ismie when FfiriMttH stv rfmleil, Come m fwini-ii mii whitt there lant'niiHi lo sve, CnmeM true (leiuocrHH sith strong lusirtsiuiil hmve." Special Notices. M'Th Dally find Weekly Empire Office baibtea removed totheKmpIre Bn I Id Inn No. UO Main treet, eeand door North, from Market Street vT C onpttaf(slloom oa the A rat floor" j-. -St Paul's Epleeopal. fVrvioes And ffCt iiriih kiiig, hy Ilev. Mr. RoMrina, at tho Con. gri'tpttiotut) Chtin-h, Pul-lic Biinrp, on Hnmh.v, nl 0 n. m, and 7 pm. All am invito 1. jyUtll . j-Motire. Tlio tfwekra of Delude Vire L'u., fiN, No. 4., are iv. tinted to inert at Miitmi En gine Honne, No. A, thi ereniu at T1 o'clock. JNO. H. TOPKY, !. I.AFKVKH, A. STUNKH. Jyl-tdl0 Commit to. ew. n - isriiymua n Ui -r I lit- MCI , .11 r, FIM- ftKfi cr. lf itidianripolif.) will preach (n the rnivuraalint f'hnmh next Sunday, July lAth, morning tnd evening. Al) are invito!. JylUdi. Tltc new suit Is-sutinil srt of TntnsferriiiB C'llonsl or I'lsin KnirnviiirS Jiilhoxnijihs, Amlirotypes eb'. no lo Mnrlilpor Wood, sent free to any sililre..s, nn rceciit of &l i-ents or stamps, to iylldiwml E(i. W. 1'I.ACE, 7TS Rnmtwar, I. Y. as 1 f yen Would have soiuetlalik; e-S .extra in the Dagnerreotyi, Ainbrotyneor PlmlaKraphin line lie adriseil unci gu to RKKBOIiH'g PALACKI'r AKT, Market limine. il Is the only Artist engAKcd in this business, oettl K wploy mr at . ny person, either mule orfemaleenu easily ninke from six to etjtht teen dullsrs s week by nn art wliieh I Mssess; enu tie done hy any person of ordinary mind, with llrtrt no capital, and nn ornament In every liiniily. Tils is no .hlimhufr. Henl to any Addrusaon receipt of .Kieents in oia or stamps to OKO. C. MATHKU, Sp7wm3 Post Olnce, New York. -. The Scandinavia. Pllle aud Purl fle -Cihvimmati, July, 1 lHiH. ir. 0. W. RohBck, Drviy AftV; la rly to inquiries made of me, giret me pletUMire. to any, that Mm. N. Atlee.ofthe Dr. A floe of Cincinnati, previous to her going Cant, xpifRnerl hfr eonfidttM-e in the eftWary of your Hean- dinavina Kemeitiea, and the benefit he derived from UMiugthem. She had been anffcriiig from genera) pron- t rati on ot times, being over twventy-MV years of age, nnd opthalmi and iuflnmnmtion of the fine. Tariona remedies were restorev ! to without relief, when onme friend" reeomntendM a eonrne of your Scandinavian Blood Furiner and Blond Pilln. They htul the deired ent and Hhe waa ooiittirteretl an restored to health. I know many who tit re uaeH your medioinea. and apeak deridmlty of the beneiit derived thua teritifyiug of their renovating infliif ive in purifyiug ttte blood and giving vigor nnd energy to the eyatein. They havo my cordial approlwtion. Very reMpeetmlly, Your oliedient aervant, 8. J. Hbow. Rev. fiaranel J. Brown has lieen a devoted hthurer in theetuu-e of CUriftUanily, in Ctuoiniittti, for more than thirty yearn, as almoat every old f ineinnntian known. Suoh teatimony, from mien a Hourre, ia not to lie paaaed over lightly. No other Proprietary Kemediea ever presented to the pttMio, ever ret-eivwl tithe of the eommendatiou from MEN or STANDING, in every walk of life, that mine have done. See advert i women t. afan Mollowfcy'e Ointment-Omit, Inmlkv -j-- go, and rhetimaliam are ttifallilkly removed by aeontinuotn nae of thia great detergent application Warm formeutation should in ail eaaea pnvede lie uae. It relnxea the conatramed niuw-lea and nure, and aaaiat nature in eompleting a eure. Sold ftt the kniiuufiaOtoiy, fio, BU Maiden Lane, New York, and by idl DruggiatM, at itfo., UUc., aiul $1 per pot my-2adlw ny,! Dr HttotlaneVe Oarnaa Bttterete.nd 05 ir. lloofland' BnUaialc Oordlnl- The great noMtVirrf melitnu of the pnwraC oye, hart e- qulrtnt (htirgr&it popularity out' thrOHth itort ttf trial. UattoumUd atiftvetiot i4rtnitiftbi than in oil cum; nnd th people fait firtMHtcl tht'M worthy. Liver OtmpUtint DyipepMn, Jonmtiu, Debility of the Nervous A'irfm, IMmojv of the A'hi,v nmi all tlueaiteM arudtuj fiiMtiaduurderfiUvrr or wxih of tte etotttach fiad tkyextio onnni, art jetxtiltf pml pu-tnaH.nUy cured by the Uermonhittei-e, The BaUamic th,xlint hm acquired a reputathn wrpasritty that of any timilar preparation estant. It will cure, with' out fail, Ue uioit severe and long ataiuiina CbuyA, CbtVl, or Hoar if H66I, BrvnchitU, tnfiaetaa, Crwtp, Pneumonia, in cipient Qnuuinption, mid hm perforated the most remarka ble cure ever hunvn of Confirmed Consumption. A dtme will aUo at once ehixk atul cure the moit $& oere Diarrhtra proceeding from cold in the BotveU. Thau m&lirine are prepared by Dr. C. Al. JaeksonA Co., No. 418 Arch street, Philadelphia, Hi., ami arernddbydntg qhteatvl dealer in meiheine everywhere, at 75 eentt per bottle. The kignarure of C. if. Joeknon, will bj on the out aide wrapper of each bottle. h the Almanac, pnblishat oaoaoUy by the proprietors, baUMKiierybody't AUnmnac, you will find tutihiony and eommentatory ntticet from nil parts of the SOU n try Them AUnanae are yiivn away by all our agents. mm-Forsalcby W. W. HTKWART and J. W. PIE THICII, Dayton, O, Jyft-yUiaw. New Advertisements. IITANTED.-A good weuniHtreHM(anHiil employ- v v ion. jHll No. 14, Moiitgtiiueiy ni-et. XOTICK. All peraonaoainif me are reaueated to X ay upuiihin undityM All J owe are anki-d Ci bhug in meir mo.-. jvitio m mr.mure (jouruai copy.) KXECLTOR'S NOTICKtr XTOTICE ia hereby given that the underignfd hn ll thudav been appomted Executor on tlui exUileof Jwub Hwitr, late of Miami towuahip, MiuMgumery coiunj, uuiu, aeceaHiMi. jyUw . A. ORfWt. (ush for Flax Straw 1 rYff TtiNB OK FLAX MTR AW wanted l.yiliHIy- J 01" I draulie Vhi Com puny, lir which ilw lnnl.it tiii,'e will be tmii ou 1IWIV01 ih'0- - very at our 31 ill in lfiun, lilWJIff 1', New Advertisements. J. D. CILDERT & CO., WHOl.ttUI. PEAIT.R8 IN GROCERIES AD LHUORS, 76 and 78 Jefferson it., Day ton, 0. : hM X. O.md I'nrio Rieo Hngura, at To and 79 JH ri4i at. iv ivtifl-d wlnky. :!) do old Kve and Boiirlmn Wbitkr t,7 and 7H JH ron at. Nut. Kaitlna, Fign and Prune, at 7fl and 7 .Teflfiron kit No. 1 Me Hhal) loUi) do Herring. Al-o, Kami:) Mat-kerel, very Hue, at 7 and 7H JerVnn No Hx4 . Refined Kiiirrtm, Altim, Koiin, Tar, Htilphtir, Cnnni 1'nrtar, Hkii, Cpraf and Halt Prtr, ftr mile at 7 nnd 7 J'llf-non otrt-et. i laxketn('liamiatifn Wine: 3n htxe ttt Kutap Clar et. on IduhI, al 7 and ?M JcttiTwin tn.t. U"i IhitMof evrv variety of Virginia Toraoeo, Jut h'-'rited nt 7i. nod 7H, JetU-rwon tne1. Vt lilf eb"t( (fitnxHi(r, linpiTinl and Young llv -n 1Vti; ' hrttf do ItliM-k tlo, f..r Haleat7l and TH Jt'f ftmnn ntrepf. Jyl4(aw axt" AHIM KX'I'XOTM'B. 1A'B R, CoNKKR agHint Cliarif Van 1nvl. He fore .lame Turner, J. t., nt Ihtyton towri'lup, Montgiimpry eonnty, tthlo. On the ftth of Jul v, A. iNtko, Mid Jtifr-e ixiM-fl on nnlprof Ariwhnicnt in lh above aa'tioti for () xnm of Five dlliiri and ta-fiily eent, (iivnettr hiring, Angnat IMh, at it oVVork, . m. jyMw JAt oH K. TCRWKIt. rilOKKSSIONAIi CAHO. R. UKNRY MKIA'IMR. of New York riy,((hrm erlv ariNta'rwlviith lr. H. Hunter, wh4aa retired nim im nrnftrt'e in the 1'nitetl Sttitft, I a ill be tn Dayton, nt the I'Hll.bll'M Hi)l.-K, Tuvalu y and Wi-dnep..Uy, Jill V llttl HtMl ihiii, l"'r. Mt'lvilte given hi attention to tbe apielnl irvat ment of riwMiN'ii of the throat and Itinir. n w hit-h he haa htul an ample exwrien'r of ovor twenty year. All who iinr from Caturrh, Hmni'hitia, A"tlm a or Con Hiimphon. would do w-H to uvail themMlvea of thifi op portiinirvof etintulting him. Hit method oftrfitmpnt in mllv ot Ibrth in pampli let on "Tnpienl Medii-atlon on Vulmonnry lirMWto1, aliifh Miiiv tsf olkttiiiiett M applyinu to bun at the rinl hpfi Ihuiw during hin .1(-it, or lit hif rvnideiwe in New York. Those aim wich t eonftdt him bv letter ean do an bv ddn fing him No. 54 Went JNth at wet. New York City, S. Y. jyHwIda Flax Straw Wanted, I .R whi h the Ilinlit ( f'nh Trice will U- paid at my 1 Mill on tbf tTper Hydmuhe, Hrst Millalove Htvn nrr Flour Mill. nnOtHreat h. VMxlhuir Agrienlturnl Warrrooma. inn Third utm1!, n (ew doom eaal of the Post ttfifo. Jyi;w: J.jf.AiiY. PuWic Sale of City Property. IN Pnraiianee of nn order of the Huperior Court, with iu nnd for the eonnty of Mimtgoinerv, anil 8t;ite of Ohio, imide at the l-'vbrimry term thereof, . V., 1MM), in tho I'ime of Henry (. lirnwn and lmiu H. KienMed, Kxwutora and Trute'a of W. Smith, ile-eawt), miinat Soptuiit'. Kiei-Htfd. .Iiunen M. Smith, and oth erfi, to me dirorted, I will aril at putslte iiH-tion, at the door of the Court Houae, between the houra of i aud 4 o i lork p in, on &,tHrt.tt. JuUt 14M, 111. Thr following dfwriUil real elnte, aituated in Uie city of lDytotl, Montgomery eonnty, Ohio, being "hot iHiinberett :i'-47, nppmiHl nt .f4i on :in.M, " 4f-t un m itiuvt, " :it ( :uit " nn ti aiL'iii. " w) on Htwii, " - wiihi, " :kiu mi Said lot p being n K'tkcr at net, fronting the Cimin nati Krright lepit. AW, l,ot nuinlrfired :itv!t, uppraiaed nt f7i 00 Thne lntHfrtmt on Ludlow treft, between frth and flth treeta, fmmtdititelv north of the CitHMiintiti Kmlroad lopot. Almi, the a'outh 71 feet if lot No. ri fronting on Main street, appnuHed at S.Y7.V1 ". The tertna ot sale are, one third rash in hand; one third in one ycHr, aud on third iu two yeum fnun day f sale, with iutt n-t on dftrmt pnymeut!, to U ae i fed by inorti,in.'c on premiHe. To U-'aoliI an the proimiiy of ihe heir of t Jeorge W. Smith, deei-iied, by MKNUY b. HKOWN, jytldld SiH-elal Mu-ter otuimaaioner. CAUPETN, WALIj PAPEH AND HOUSE FURNISHING QOODS. VAN Al'SDAL, DIXOX & CO., 74 MAIN STREET, HAVE now In hre aeholce osaortmeatof the new eat atylea of ' CAHPETINGS, ' Of all kinds,- ' ' - WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS. FLOOR AND TABLE OIL''CLOTHS, CURTAIN DAMASKS, Ijw-e and Pmpijry Curtnlns, OHt antt TmnMjmrent - W I N 1 t )W, SH ADjp, . IlutT, Hlue,treeiiand White ' window.'holunds, Venitiun Wind, India and Coeoa Mattinga, Rugi, rioorMata, Jntggeting, Carpet Ware, Cartat Ijning, llaaaocka t'iaitfrpnneat 'lowellingsi, NtipUina. Tiible Clotha, laMriind liiuu Co'vera,Hlew lted Mualina, lnh Lineuf. Klnnke P, TaMe lramnki, Ae., w hich they ofler at areaUy HeduL-d Mwlu make room lor fall pur tfhlLMfM, ... " Ik. llmAlnk rlolin tuft at.Kin isuki biiitivisij iiriij.. tJ v W ; ATTACHMENT: - Henry Ferneding, Plftt;) BeHSre George Owen J. P., neHinat Dayton Tow nn hip, iirWiii r)'itfitr, i 'civ. N the latilay of Jun V ordirof Attachment tnirtv-tu'odulUrH and x Joaeph SpitEer, Deft. ) "Montgomery County, Ohio. r June ioo. nhki jntitoe i-oiro an nt in the ahove art ion for tlie kiiiu aeventv-nve eenta. ofCAoe aet for hearing J:ily 24t)i, IKtm, at It o VI or k A. M jeiiw.iw ha.mu r kkis r.uinu Drugs, Medicines, &c. Toilet Articles for the Million. HAIR JRESTORAT1VK AND INVKiOHATOR, a hiire nnd permanenl cure for RnldneMM, and for re moving all Ht-urf, IhindrufT, t'rohiloua KnipUona and KeveriHh Hewt from aealp, imd for reetoring premature ly tirayHairto Itn onginnl eolor. Thi preparation contains no injurious matter, producing ita w onderful enoria ny invmoraung and reaionng peneci neaun w ine acaip, annine gianua wnn-n lorm rne nair. ,ii in jait up in buttlea holding the aaine quantity aa Wood's and Mra. Allen' Hutr UeHtorativea, in all repecta lualiy w-huimhI, luid al one third toonejuuf theuiMt. Prk u only-60 cent. For aale by fill. W. W. KTKWART, feb7 Iniggint, No. 0i .Main wtreet. IKjiriD HAIR DYK. Kordyemg the Hair a Black J or Brown, lustantlv, without alaininu the akin. Warranted ft illy aa grOdaa Hiwhelor'a and Chriistadom'a put up in the anme aixed boxea, and al half tM ooat. i-'rw oo eta, To be had on I ily at the Dniu store of W W. 8TKVVAUT, tit Main at. OKA LI NO WAX FOR FRUIT CAN. A Dlenbful jo auiply of tin tiael'ul articJe will be kept ou luuulai nil uiofri uurinu iit" n'iuiiii, ml my) w. w , 8TK WART'S, No. 62 Main at. QODA WATKR. Pure, aparkltng andeold, drawn at an umea irum one ot me moac oompicte louutMina in tbe Htate, fitted up with the Httnt roniljiuutiou eoob er and draft tube, kvery variety of fruit, aynipa and nectur made freeli every dnv. at niy;i W. W. cTKWaUT'0, 6i Maiuatreet. Fill' IT BOTTI.KH AND J A KSbtnt reccTv ed a larue invoice of Fruit Bottlea and Jtu-a, with ourka. AIho, Healing Wax. At th Unig Htore of myi W. W. HTKW A RT, Mainatreet. LONDON POUT ICR. Pure London Porter, the bent mult liimor in the world, for iimihdr., and thoae auf fenngfrum general dchiltty and nrontrntion of the aya tern. mv;n, W. W. HTKWART, i, Miun at. Hi' IUK1KD ItKN.INK. Kor cleaning ulovea nnd X. removing grease, tar, Mtains, etc., from all kind of wearing appurei, witnnm injury w uie leiuire or wur oi me 1HUM.TUU, for wuc ny my-io W. W. STEWART, CJ Main atreet. T)UUK CATAWBA WINK. Home choice Old Cv I tnwlA Wine, grown ou the farm of Col. J. F. Har nnon, near thia city. Thiawineiii ver' y aupenor, ana free Croui any atlulteratton wlwu-ver. For kiiIo by the r 8 Ijotile or gallon by W. W. HTKWART, my;ni No. 64 Main at. TUHK Olive Oil and London Muntard, fur table uae X or ante ny. j J. ABBEY, 120 Main street. OAIj- OIL. Afrerihmip)Oy. Mght and clear aaCrya- AUo a uew stock of' I.ai jcM J, AUU, mis. received, and lor auh by AUIihV, liUMain atreet. PEHKl'MKrt AND EXTRACTS, put up In beautiftil gilt lMtthm of the aiune qnautiiy, and suMriir in quality to 4-itbeir Lubiu'a, Wnglil's, (ilen'a or hailev's, aud Hold at one-third tbecont. PriceNo. 1. 90 ri; pio. i, rorauiehy W. W. r 1 K WART, el7 Druggist, No. 62 Mnin atreet. A RTKSJAN, HI.VK LICK AND COKORFKfl WA- XV. TKR. Koraeleby J. W. DIKTltltlH, niyH-wl DruggiMt, P1uI1ihi Houm. THE DRUGSTORE,- 120 Main Street, between Market A 1th. " JAMES ABBBY, (MIOt'ESSOB TO W. H. KDlllNSON,) HAVINQ reeeired ftill auurtmnnt of Pure Drug, unil MetlirineM, iliret'l frum the Khmutii nuirket, I oflir to the puMii Ihe follnwiuir Kniit, Jars, Corkaaild Whx, onrlusiuilly on luuiu uurui; the Meuen. js , J, AUliEV, 120 Main. t. IINl.KK WINK. Itiwl from th heat Jamaeia llin- . Jl Her. KveryA.mily ahoulU keep tin. arliele on hMiid tltinim Ihe hot mom ha ol auiiinier. No traveler ahould man on a journey wnnouta ooiiieumi.earjie, aara. 11 liaaoo anterior aa a annple. aale, uleaM0t and etritelit remedy St all denuiseineulof the alomaeh and Ihiw la, Prepared and rbr ix.le hr uiyao . W, W. 6TEW4BT.es Main ,1. , Miscellaneous. 1HIIO. Ohio White Sulphur Springs, OP Ft to Vittiton aeeking Health or Pleasure, from JVTtK 1HT TO OtTOHKR 1T. ArrommoflRtlom for ovrr 500 TIkUoih. The Ohio WHITE fll'I.PHT'R HPRIMOH are Plfua- U-d in IUwnre County, 1 mile north tf (tlnmlaia. (the t apital tf Dliio.) on the Hciota Rivr. in mdf a from IMaw n r, mile from tbe while Htilptwr HUitimi, on IhftHprinvnHd, Mt. Vcnioii and Pilt-lsuri(h Railroad, and ' mtlcN from Lewi' Centre, on Cleveland, Colum bus aud Cilw'lnnatt R n't rood. Tbe mediiitml mnihtiea of the Hpring are linur pnfd tiv thone oi any other Mineral Water in Hie I'lutod niai . For rooms or other information, add re ANOHKW Wlbrtt?l. Jr., feflml White Rulphur P. O., IMawaieto., O. CI AH HOTH K. The Wockboldcr- of the Thivton I tin Lttrht andCok Coniltanv, an1 hereby not'itictl tbul Ihe annual etrction for dircfitrn will I In-td at the llVe of the Compun,, on the. "ith day of Augunt next front i lo 4 o cliM'k p. jvl.UMwi.l .. T. EVANS. Mee'r. 75,000 feet of Draining Tiles, N hand and for ante at our Factory in OAKLAND, one mile eat of Ihiyion, on the Xenia Turnpike road, errdera may be left at tle Itayton Rnnk. apl:imn hl'NIiKNTHAL HTOppELMAIf. fill! It PKRHIAN PRVKK CHARM. For the preven 1 tion nnd cure of Fevfr and Aue nnd BiIIioum F- wrn. I hia wonderful remedy waa .brought to the knowredw of Ihe I ire went nmnrirtorn bv afVieod who lm lvn atfreat traveler in 1'er-in and the Holy l,nd. While going down tbe rivr Knphrata, he eieri- encctt a neve re aiiiM-h of Fever and Awie. On diacover ing hi eondiliiMi, one of the Boatman took from hm ta-r-oii an Amulet, anvinif. "Wenr thi and no fever will tonsil you." Althounb increduloiia aa to ita vir tui'H; heeoin)licd. and e.pcrieiw-eil immediate relief, and hi mce alwaya found It an effectual protection from all malartoUM complaints. tin further ime-tigmu.n he found that the boatman attributed to it minwuloiia (rower, and aaid that it could only I" ol4aiiHi from th orient of the Hon. HotiM'titue nftcmard-, the uentlemiui moonvernmif w ith a Priet oittained from bim the Merel of it preMir tion, and iiNcertnined where the medtcimd herlw were found, of whwh it waa compounded. The wonderful virtues of tin nrta-le have induced full Itelief iu the mind of tbe nntitcs in the miraciiloun healing powers of their Priest. Win e hia return to Amen-a, It has lieen tried with the happiest enWt by seveml Ladies ami Gentlemen of lnah i-luinu-ler, who have ifiven it the tnoct nmpiidiili'! prai-se. Thia renidy having lieen a fiwcifio in Persia for hundred of year, for the prevention and cure of rever aim Ague, and Ihlhiua re vera ia now oni'red to the Am'-rieim Noi)e. It will la- sent by mail, prepaid, with full direction for u-e, on receipt of one dollar. Priif -ipal Icih.i and Mumitiwtorv, 1H8 Main at., Rich mond Vn. Branch office, Bunk of Commen'e Build ing, new vork. Addrea. .I.Vb'lwly Jj!N WILCOX liYTJ IS, BATHS. PETER DISTER, Wol'hD Inform the eitiaena of Thivton nnd the traveling puMic.lhat he ha opened a BATH HOUSE, Al his Bnrlier Hhon. on Market street, two doora rVom Jcft-rson, w here hewill luive ready at all times, HOT, COM, AND HHOWKK BATHH. These Bath will la- kept ( lean nnd neat. Connected wjth the hath ia an excellent Barber Shot), A large assortment of choice oerfiimerv will also lie oundat the same place. tx-2l PK l KIt D1HTKK, C1ARDKN SKEDH. Jut reeeive-1, n fine lot of freRh T and purethirden Seeds, wh at jirlv York Calr Uu.'e, hiigur L(Hif Hiid early Winningritndt Cablmge, and a great vtii icty of Cublit;e'aeel, KaiTv Hlrvod Beet, Karly t'liciiniluT, Karly CuliHower, mi Carrot, Onion, l.et- e. Celery. Kgir Plant, very early Peas, Bean., Mel ons, and other for Is too nunieroua to mention, fourth - erwnh a choice lot of Flower aeedaofihe very liest varieties. (. WooDHt'I.L, Dayton Agncultund Warehotise, felij. 3 1 t., eat of potottr. e. Pictures. FINE ART GALLERY. OO Main Street, OPPOSITK THE COVRT HOUSK. If yoll want "OcmhI lirlrpH," cull on GREENWALD & GROSS. They will take you a good likeness for Ten Cent and upwards. Their pictures are admired by all jiatgea or nil, and are warranted tn U second to none token in thia ity. They respectfully innte the public to call and ex amine their work, and fudge for themselves. my8 Send your likeness to j oar Friends, TJMOHT for One Dollar, on letter sheets, at the Art J tiallerv and lecture Frame Mtuiidactorv. Third HL. oaat of tite Post Office. felaimli T. W. CRIDLAND. T)EALE'S COURT OP DRATH The most I elaborate and noted work of Art ever isitnted bv an American Artist, is the "Court of lb-nth," by Rem brandt Peak. This tHiintinff cover:.! so ua re feet of 'anvaaa euntaina 1C1 Life Hixe Kitrurea, atxl haa never cn valuel at leas than f4A1UUU. It haa lieen eu niton with almiration aiwl flehght by teiiMof thmiHunda. Tim aulMorilier hna pun'tiaxeil the painting, and isaued a aplenrhd Chromo Lithographie Engraving of it, pre senting a perfect Kaeaimile Vpy of the original paint ing, with all its Beautiful Color. i ne size of me fcugnivtngia M ny ai inches, ami the price ($1,) for which it it ottered, is oulv one rifth the usu al price of similar works lOO.OfM) la-fug Isaueil Instead of rt.iMMi, the UMiial number. The home of every family in the laud, should Is) adorned with thia picture, aa lie aides its beauty HMun ornsincnt, the lesaon it teaches. illustrating tneeviia ot in re in perm tee and war, anuthe end of a gord a ChriHtiau Life, are invnluaMe. Mr. Peale says of the Engraving: "I can certify that it is an area rate and admirable copy of the Original Painting." Testimonial without number, havelen received from di.itingtnhed Clergymen in praise of the Engraving. Many who receive it, say they would not part with it for ten tunes ita cowt, if ther could not procure another. Clergymen and Church Hoeietiea supplied in quani tieii of not lea than 20 copies at a time, on very liber nl terms. Terms for one copy, fl and 4 letter stamp, or five copies for $.r without stamps. For a letter of agency riiiuuiK upecnii terinn, hucj one copy, ei and n leiier stumps, sent in strong ndls by return mail, with a de scription. If $4 or more ia sent in u letter, get a draft, or have the letter registered. Write the Name, Town, County and State plainly. Addroxa ii. I. UOLTON, No. aV Park Row, N. Y. jylldawia p. o. Bon 33ul. Fruits. W. II. BRAMIEMJIRG & 10. II AVE Juat reeeived 20 lioxe Lemons; in down pans. Cove Oysters, in sacks Pen Nuts, A boxea Roek Candy, red and.white; 10 do No. Herring; A do Lemon Syrup; 10 BLACKBERRIES. tfK have niwle arrangements to receive the het imahtyof Blnekherrie the M'tST HKALTHY of all lwrriea during the Hcason; aud they will be sold bv the quart or drawer at the lowest mte. Jvltdlw BKANOUNHIJRU CO..3O0 Third at. 1 I VCK.L1CBBH.RI KM. Received dailv. at I I WM. Ii. BRANOKNUCIK. A '0. jyiftio No. ;oo Third street. CHAMPIOX OF THE WOULD! VAUOIIAN A Co., gOLK Propielors of Montgomery coaaty Tor R.M.DALBEY'S CrlebraMScir-araliiig Fruit Jnr. Osnrrsl Depot, No. i;o, Cor. 5th Brows ill., Dayton, 0. The Rhoye Jan. will Uo I fbr unle At C. R. HKOK LF.K'H t'KUlT UtlMT, Tl.ir.l Uoul, uaa Uia I'uat UIHie. Vtf'Onll slid see them. lelirtwl VAUOHAN CO." Cards. MRS. L. I). THOMAS, M. I)., GRADUATE! of the Pinn MeilleaJ University ofthecity of Philadelphia, and pnu-tising phvstcmn for the treatmnnl of ilineiiseN of women aud children. Ample reterers-es given in Davton on application. 'ftK-eiM.drer'i.i"iK-No. lJeJt-neraou stnet, he low Fifth. jy7lml JONATHAIt HAESHHAN. JOSXrN ABIHM4M Ilarshmau & Co., Hankers, Office No. 48 Je Hereon Street Dayten, iyj V and sell Rxehnnge, Wold, Hilver, Hmmrrent Bank aoww, mki uiM'ouiii approved bUMiuesa pajter a low ratoa. JeimlAlaMtfW Hillsborough Female College, IIILLKBOHOUGH, OHIO. rpHS KAI.I. SKSPION of thia Inatiturion will torn, i nieiaw on Moiulay. Heplemlxr Hd. Terms Sir hoard and luiuon, lau n-r yir. Mo-ai ou th Piano and I. Hilar, rreix-hatul (ieriiiaiilanKiiitueM, A., extra. Ililia ImroiiKh nn,. of Ihe moul heuiliy loealiaiia , the worm aim tite wtiool taut heen in oieratiou more Uuui twenty yeint, uiifler tha aallle HHlH-ilial, Fornill inlotiiialion aee lhelailCi.lalofrtiei.hieh ma, I olumed liy atlclreaams the anlwnlier at llill.lai- ',vuKh. j7 JOB. lA M.VIHKWS, Pre."ut Cards. Wants.--Sales.--To Rent. WA If TITO Anv rrnn having Ca-h fapftal nf aeven to ten bund'd dollar, can leani a here ht eaumreit it in a foot well estHihet, Iik rntUr font saV is.iaine by aiureaing r, u, Box.ao nuo, j-nr- ton O. LL. ALUTwo valnftMe n acre Farms Toraale PnWw Auction. 1 wdl sell on the rrenifw, at publie u tion, In JetUrsou townbip, MoiiiKonicry county, Ohm, on Hatordav. Hrptomlier 1, IHmt. The Srnperty known a th" Heehir Bimi, divnled into two t acre tiwets, h tract ban 4 acre clear and 4 nrre tiinlsfsr, tmth tract- here running water on them, and either of them will make a dellbtml farm. in" of tit traet ha on It a food houe and Imm. nndiard of fruit tre, Ac. for further partieulnr. refer to IMltjyl JtwKPH I-AMHKRT. J.WR VaLR-A Hltl'MK AND I.OT, on Mnin Ht.t 1 l iiiare from tlie t'ourt Houae, aud known s ie Temjverance Houm. The house ia well calculated ror a hotel or Imenling hoiie. Idd 4tt' front, 14 feet de'p. Pur portKultu-s ItKiuire of jvi 11 RNRY KIH8IN(1KR. F- MR KALB-THK 1,1'THKKAPf CHUHril, eor. 1 ner of Fourth and JenVrson streets, (and if want ed) with all ita niniilure and Hiture. For tenn, npply either to F. tlKRHAIfT, or jmiil JOHN MrHKVNtiMtft. JMiR, HAL R Two acre of land, with store house and dwelling house on it, situated iu Went Honora, reUe county, Ohio, ifu miles west ( Dayton, on ihe Ihiyton and Wctern Knilrfmd. Tbe storehouse I of hnek, 4o by M feet, two stories h'uh, situated immedi-ai-ly on tlie no I road. The dwelling is near Ihe more a flume cettitge, containing Ave room and a fxin-b. I will mcII said projrty very low and on easy myments, Iii'iuire outhe premises, or of jinil D. M. (TRT1S, Da1on, LAND WARRANTS bought nnd sold, apl I. HKCKKU rpa hknt- Store Rooms on Third and JelTmon P. RKCKKIi. WABBHOU3B SALE Grain Drills and Flows, AT AUCTION. ItTROraln Drill, marked 'hnrle K. Clarke, Dnv ton, f)., and Four Plows, marked ('. M'irnw, Day ton, t)., will he sold a almve, without reserve, nt No. 12, Chambers' Ware House, on the aath Julv next. H. M. HuHToN, Junel2wtd freight Agent D. A M. K. K. FIRE E.MilXE Kill SALE. Til K iinderKltoied have one of Hunneman's mnl;e, ltd class Fire Kngines for aale. together with ttyentv one feet of station hoe, all in tlrnt rate onler. Th"i Knguie upon a trial, June 2;th, threw one hnndrel and evenly -eight feet through a JitK'h pi tie, w ith only H) men on the brakes For terms uw-lv 1 JOHN T. KKIKDIsKH, Foreman, or ANTHONY HTKIMi A Nrt, Wee' v. Delude Fire Co. No. 4. Dayton, t tliio. JeOTdtr Real Estate Agency. CHAS. E. CLARZE, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT, Cless'n Huildina, Third Street, WILL buy and sell on commission, Ren Estate of all kinds, liond. Land Warrunta, SoU-n, Mort giigi. Ao., make collect inn and negotiate loans. Will locate laud Warran , injure property at reaonal4e rates in guol reMponsiUe Coinpiuiiei, and do a general agency and commission business -No charge unleua sale is made. II A KM Ft ill HA LR OK HKNT.-SM a-ifH ofa mile J1 finiii BriMikville, on the Indianapolis Koad. and the siime distance from Dayton. tVuicrv uinierculti vation, well Ihiished houae of 8 room, woodhonae. u nrltnlm.. Cnliar, atnoke-house, stone luilk-house, cistern, Ac. Wood hearing on-hard, a wells aud spring of good water. n iiir miii, in'iii istin-i, irHine carniige nnucrih house, and a douUe screw cider press nnd null eiHused, with a good trame house. Also, ai;ood teimnt house on the ore mines. This in in pvitv niwt raUirui.in ... .....i convenient to tbe city. Wiill (a sold on enay paymenia aanuo hi hi,iiii IIFMH IH-PIII IIICCITV. . CH AH. R. t'LAKKK, Third atreet. I.10RSALR. 14 acres, i mites from the Htv west Handsome two-storv brick house: new ellp ieii. cistern, Ao., good frame barn, and nut-hoties; choieo irtutoi every description. Heat quality oflnnd. . til AH. E. CLARKE, Real Kutme Agent, flegg'a Hmlding.ad t nn HALE Hit RENT. A verv convenient frame I' HoiiKe, of B K04MO-, mable, I.N'tited within a few minutes' walk of the centre of the city. Will be old on live year's time or rented to n good tenant. lllilp!l r- 1 'AKKjCi, t hird street TjURM FOR HALE. 160 acre mllea from New l1 Cnstine, Dnrk County, and miles from Hrown'a HUdioii onihe D. A W. K. K., i:t0aerea under fine cult I . vation. (ioo frame dwelling; frame barn. Also, ' hewed loir dwelling, (iood orchard. 2 moHhom nn.1 creek of running water through the place. Part Iwttoni tat ki, aiiu uie imikih'v i seai. quality oi aeeomr nottom. This isn rlrst-rate Farm, and will Is sold 21 per cent leas than inferior land law actually sold for i ii th via. cinitj. lit arceal mile west of Hidner. on a fina mnd ti m.-ic der cultivation. C-onifurtoljle frame dwelling house of n rooms. Well, eietenuAux liard, Ac. Land or good quality. " 100 acres near Miamistsii B. Excellent Tjind. alnnt. ao aiiresundercultivation. Frame Houae. uran hum an. I other out building. Uood Otvlutrd ew. ALt', 33 acreaon the Bhakertown Pike, four milea from tbe city. Handsome two-story frame house rooms. Fine hams, good liearing orchard, nmoke-house, spring houae, Ac., Ao. An excellent quality of land. Terma easy. A LWO, 55 acre best qiiftlity, second bottom on the River Road d milea below i ne euv. HniMll frxntn ItniiBa f barn.oirhitrd Ao. Will be sold low on verv easy pay CH AH. E. CLARKE. mente, ciegg uulding. 3d street. AIHO, An elegant country residence, mile from Cerman Uiwn, eoinpnaing GO acrea of excellent land iu a high atjite of cultivation; a handsome nnd eonunodioua brick dwelling, iiiUtuung lnoma, recent lvUiilt large hank Imm, and all the necessary out-lmildings nores in a vineyard in fine beohng condition, leanng fruit treea of every variety; shruM-ery, Ae. Alao, a beautiful fifth pond on the premises, fed by a stream ot running water; alsout 16 acres tiniis r. This proMrtv is that lately owned and ooctipied hv Maj. W. H. Walker and is one of the liundaomest and moat deairnhle places of thxl kiral in the countv. It will beaoldatiilNirgiuD,anlon payment to suit' the pur eliaaer. jeltl CH AH. K. CLAKKU, Third it. AIU), An excellent farm of 141 acrea, 7 mile from the city, in Madison tow nahip.flO acrea under cultivation, bal anee beat of timber hur oak, walnut, sugar, hiekory, aah, Ac, Uooil two-story brick house rooms; hanie Imru, large on hard of giMMl fruit; running water. Koil ul -ui I on acres Iwsl aecond bottom, ImluiK-e gently rid ing wheat land CH AH. K. t'LARKK, ThinTat. A LSO, 40 aeres on the Bhakertown Pike.lf mile beyond Ihe Asylum; well improved and beat qualitv of hind; two sto ry frame houae, U najins, porches, wells, cellar, spring, Ac., with alut 7 acrea of tinjlier. There is & Ion yard on the premiaea, with 4 vats und even-thing complete. Alsoa Hhe tm-npened stone quarry. Termaof pnvmeiii "sr- CHAS. R. CLARK K. FOB SALE. A convenient two atorjr Brii k l'clln,Kon Jonea atr I, containing U rnoma, antiinier kit-litn, I'ixteni, well, ce lnr, aUtlJinK, wiih ihoioe fruit. Thia limiieny will lie wild al a iMrxiun il upplii'aliun lie niailo mhhi, aa Hie owner wiahea tu remove from the eily. Knouire ol jl I'll A. K. C'LAKKV, Thiitlat. Choice Lot for Sale. 7KKV amiable fnra Hotel. The lot ia on tbe North T East corner ot Hixih and Ludlow na i.;)xltHi feel. Tin fa a location welladupl-d lorn Hotel, and the prop erty is ottered nt a price and terms to suit any one wishing W purchaau. l Ii At. Jb ( LAHKK, (ea ..Third street. nWELUNO HOUSES, F ererjr deaehption and price. Tlie fcillowmg ia th 7 liN-tilion of aomeiif iliein: KIKST hTHKKT, l!wecn Main anil Jefferaon; MKroNI) BTHEItT, lielow Perry '1'lirm Ana dwell-inn-. THIRD hTIIKKT " . KlHIUTH H'I'liKKT " " ""KlrTH HTRKKT, between Main and Lllillow; WII.KINHUN HT., " foiirlhand KiAIii LUHLOW STUKET, " Kiral and WnU-r; "Over tho Rhine." SMITH ST K K KT, near llrown; JuNKS HTIIKKT, between Hrown and Jefli rnon: lilll'.KN M ltKET, Jet ioii and Tia-uinaeli. JAI KS1IN ST., Kiltli and Van Blireni WAYNK STHI.ET, Honlhof ruth; llAIMtKIINIKHT,, Sortlior I 'I. I NT! IN hTIIKKT, nearThirdj BKI'ONll HTIIKKT, Kal of Weliater, Th-ae are many of them very elioii-e piece of proiiertr ijld all are ottered low. 1 have U'Mldea ihone al.ive nmiiei-nleil, a lame iiiiionnl of very elieau iiroiany tn the aiilHirlia, for wile and tmile. CHAS. K. I'LAHKK, R.nl Knlute Aent. Je2H t'lruu'a IIiiiI Iiiik, Third at. T Ai'AN T UlTrt ill everv lant ol Ihe city, for aale and trade clieai. jejs lilAri. K. I.LAKKK, ad at. FLOUIUNG MILL FOS SALE. trNOWM aatlic "H.iim la k Milla," alluated on Main J atreet, neur the cenlreof Ihe cilv ot l'it)ua. Tha Mill haidoiu- mil of .1 niei nnv-huiery nil in complete or. ler. It luia a lare eity and oouiiII'VciimUjhi, and beiiMf Im-ated oti the t'muil, and near ItnilroiidH, it MiHaeeaea cti-Ht advanlagea ill Ihe ri-oelviligiuid iliipiiiutf ol aralu andMuiir. There ia alao wainecU'd with the above good aaw mill, fitllinK null, eardlilK, apinninjl Slid power loonia, -ind a larae log yard The whole nveipplied by an alani. daut power from the Canal, at Ihe low rent of 1241. pee year. The Flouring Mill will be aold aepnrate, or thewhol together, at a low praxi aial ojiterniH lite moat reaaona. aoi-IJe. jylu I'HArt, K. I LAHKK, Jd .1. IMR RBIV T. A Htnall Tottage nouae on Third at., tielow Wllkinaoir, 6 aoolna. cellar, well, eiatarn. soihI houae, alaUe, Ac., Ae. Tina brooertvia for aaia aiaUarifAiu. j,iu CHAM. E. IXAKKE, Third it.