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J. F. miLI.IIIKVRIl, Klllur. Tl'l 8 AY, " " "jl'I.V .11, lHf.0 REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR rHF.sll.IINT: 8TEPHKN A. DOUOI.AH, or ti i.iwow. for vk k rnrnutRNTT HKHSC1IKM. V. JOIINHON, or QI0..01A. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR HITHKMK JI IKIK. THOMAS .1. H. SMITH, lit MONTOnMRKV. FOR ATTOHNk'Y OKNKIIAI.. 1. W. STAMMAUOII, (or naeASAWAa. FOR Mixiirn OF BOARD or IM'HI.IC WORK, AltSKlt I.. H ACK UN, or M't'Ai, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. rn THt PT ATM AT LkHuT, -KH APH1M MKYKH, of Wurh Ponntr WU.i lA.M H tt'H)H, nf 1,1. kn.n ('..nnty MtTfiKT tl.-rToM. Ht MnlhH Wm J Vt.Ati. of lltuiiltnn imty. vd Hrtt " 4th Ath " h " 7th " ih Wll HHh 11th " 1th nth Hth " lh " inth " 17th " Ifth ' Annn mrr, of Hmom-mi imiity. Jm-ub H. of 'n-lilf (fitintv fii H Wi itva. of Shrlhy MMintv. Kiw-.ftD KMrrriri.i, ( Hfi.rjr i it'jr. fs' twTo A. lrRR, of Itntwh (HMiiity lUxnf C x'urrnun, uf Puiu count r. I ;!: K. fT t n a of I Nlwr i stint jr, CnMtri MntT, rtf W Aini -it- iiiimty. John 1. Jam, of ,)iu jt'u county. J .mm M. Mil i rn, of M' iir ''mi'ty. HtMi m. P. Kimtkh, of I'nmkliiK'ounijr. W ii.lmv In mrim . of Knt'oimty. ..rim Kriicxxi nt A-dtlnnd county Nihli K. J'M, of H"lmH fdiitiiT. Aw of Vj-diinf1on fount y. ,- 8. KtAirni, -trf tU-lnioitt c-otinty. mri K I 'm, f Him. tint .Hitily. I ha.mi.kh IV AnAtt, of lkr county. itC'iRutA M'twm, 'f A-htH.iU. (JROIIOR WtlWTI-.. of JftttTWUl. litth fc-th XUt ' INDEPENDENT. FOR JI'IMIK or TIIK HI TKIlloll rol'RT, 1)A N I I .I, 'A. 1 1 AY N I '.S. Reading Matter for the People. Reading Matter for the People. GOOD DOCUMENTS FOR THE CAMPAIGN! The propni'Un of lh 1h1oii KwriHR .lfHiknt tih liliiii(i -hurtly ftumtwr of nliiu-iO rocuiiH-iiu, nuit Mi for (tiftntition in Ihr CHitiAitrii. nl the follow 4 pnif Uoctjn.pnt, Nr hiirilrol f l hou .1 M th"iiMnl lntttilrrl. IIioikiiikI liNtntrt'.l in In DmuHHiL.t u no Thono I'rri-e.t ar clirn) at thn itorumvut run ln pun'hjuwl in Wrixhiuitoii. Atuotitf lli (Un-imih iiU mI I. ttiH'vhooo ItoiiKliu hI Hnukvr Hill mnl Kamtogn Kt in iin. II. Th I'lAtforniK ttlotNl Ky t)i four parti lniorrfiiM', Hih'omiiiii. Iti-puMirHiiHiiil 1'iuon. III. Litvoln Hm Fiiiiportcm uml I'Utlorttt; rom- rOfMnl tntir-ly of I'ltrm t from t)i nM'-i'hHi nul n inn of nin now protuitifiit in mh ocutitiK hi (lf tioti. Itocuitioitt No. 1 will k romiy tut Umtnliution hy thf UUir rt of thin wi'fk. Iiiio'rutit mui vum m IIiir Motion of th Hiiitc wmhinfi niiy, will phti4 ortlcr tlMti immfMlintfly, In onlt-r thnt wo rimy h'tfnnnit how ninny lo print. Order from n ili'tiuicc im fioln-itttl, mui will t promptly AtU'niUnl lo. The vnriotti township rlul in Monttniory rouoly n rWu ftoli. it(l to iiil in ordt-nt. The rMOHfv it ili cae must m nHnpmtt the wvlrr. Judge Brinkerhoff's Abolition Judge Brinkerhoff's Abolition Platform in 1851--In what does it differ from the Republican Platform of 1860! In K irovioiin nrlk'le we have referred to the men who were prominent jMirtii-ipanUi in the Free Soil Stnlc Convention of 151, nnd shown that all of them are now active mem bers in the HopuMican organization. Ve to-lay publish the resohition of the Kree Soil Convention of lHjl, and the resolution of the late Itepuhlicun State Convention in regard to the Fugitive Slave Law. Vie have claimed that there in no material difference, at least in spirit, between the resolutions, that if the first was unworthy of the support of the conservative people of Montgomery county, the latter is penally unworthy, that if Mr. llKiNKKitiiorr, standing upon the plat form he did. nine venrs ago, could receive Inn ninety-four ruten in tin; whole county of Mont gomery, we could not seo uiileiM ihosr wio tilled aijninft him then hud rhtinyed in their view and embrared jthotitiftnimH, why he should receive more than that number of votes at the coming election. Hy referring to the proceedings of the Con vention of Iti.'il, we find that a committee of seven, consisting of Hi l i s I'. SrAl.tiiMi, J. M. ltllOT, J. A. HlN'IIIIAM, H. K. Hipkhias, .1. C. Vait.hax, Jacob IIkatox aud I.yvax W. Hai.i., (all active Republicans now.) was a- Miinted lo draft Resolutions expressive of the sense of the Convention. This committee reported, among others, the following: Hmolrtd, That the Fugitive Slave Law, enacted by the lust Congress, is in derogation of the genius of our free institutions, an un warrantable encronchincut upon the sover eignty of the States, a ritiliition of' the prin ciple! uf natural and rerealed reliijion, an ansnniptiun of l.rtixltilire pmrer not coniti tutioualt and a wttwttrnuH exhibition of tij rauiii, injnttire, riurltu and oinirrtition, WK WILL NOT lU'.tiAltl) IT AS OF ANY IIINIHNtJ FollCK.oll FI'FICACY WHAT KVF.M. In the language of Patrick Henry we sav, "If Ibis treiuon, make the most of it"' The Convention adopted the report of the Committee unaniinounhj. It will thus be seen that the members of that Convention placed themselves in the attitude of traitort to the (iovermncut, for, ns Tom Cohwik says, "the law IS constitutional," aud "it is (miiini to oppose the authority of the United States." Mr. HmvuKKiioik- by accepting the nomina tion, and running as the caudidute, njon that ulutforin, is just ns liable, and just as much entitled, to Tom Cokwin'h designation of "trai ler," as any man in the Slate. Now let us look at the resolution relative lo the Fugitive Slave Law adopted hy the late Republican State Convention. As regards the introduction and passage of the resolu tion, the Ashlabultt Sritliiu-1, the Republican organ of (jiiiiuxim' county, said, some weeks since: "It had been customary for the Platform to tie adopted before the nominations ; but as the nomination of Judge Ilriukerhoti' seemed inevi table, it was proMsed to report the resolu tions after the nomiualiotis instead of before. Thia course va$ opposed by Mr. iiiddinyt at unprecedented, vhrit the old order votu re stored. The resolutions on being reported, were found only tit endorse the 1'hicayo reso lutions and omit our State 1'lutform of last year, vhit h contained u resolution denoun ciny the Fuyitice Since Art. Those who were willing to obey the act and catch slaves felt that it bore heavily iihjii them, and pre ferred to omit, yVif tiny vryed that there vers certain foijies v ho stmid shiceriny in the colli, outside all "healthy oryanimtiims," who would gludly come into the ltepublican ranks and take olliee, or even condescend to control the partv, if we would only be mum on this subject, Lave a mum campaign, and mum administration. This very "glittering generality" iKaid to have dazzled even some member from the Reserve, and the report teas mum as to last year't jjlatforin. Then cams the strife. Mr. Vance of Knox would not be mum, and demanded that the platform of 1B59 be reathriued. lathis he was sup- norteH tT l. Oor. Kirk, who bavin ken elected on that platform, wonld not endure this mum isilicy. They trert sustained hy others, and the platform of i was adopted by a largt trots. The two men referred to by the Sentinel (Oinfiimi and Vaxi-h) were both member of the Free Soil Convention, the former having been President, and the latter on the Commit tee to select candidates. The resolution almve alluded to. Is In the following language : "Kesolred, That, firm (aiming our determi nation rijjidly to respect the constitutional ob ligation imposed upon the States bv the Fed eral Commit, we maintain the I'nion the right of the State, aud the libertie of the people ; ami in order to obtain these impor tant ends, WK DK.MANI TIIK HF.PF.Al, OF TIIK FlfllTIVK 8LAVK ACT of lHofl, as siibrei tirs of both the rights of tht States and the liberties of the people, and as contrary to the plainest duties to humanity and justice; mnd ns abhnrrnt to tht moral sense of the cirilited tcin-ld." We are willing to allow every man to judge for himself whether the resolutions are not equally hostile to the Fugitive Slav Act True, the latter says nothing about refusing to "regard it as of any binding force," for the reason that there is no necessity for it The ultra Republicans had Mr. liaiMKKaHorr's "dissenting opinion" before them, which furn ished them better evidence, a to whether he would ofcry its requirements, than if it had incorporated into the resolution. Mr. riKixUKHiioiT received heo rotes from Montgomery county, for re-nomination, in the late Convention, yet, no man at all acquaint ed with the sentiment of the people in this sec tion, or who has any regard for truth, will as" sert that any portion of the Hepuhlican party of this county sustain his views either in re gard to the Fugitive Slave Ijiw or the right of certain negroes to vote. The difference on this (Mjint is doubtless, as great to-day, as it was in the fall of 1H51. This being so, we ask how comes it that we find men note advocating Mr. HaiNKKKiioiVa election, who most bitter ly opposed him thenT If they were honest in their views when they supported Hon. Pktkr Oim-ix, nine years ago, as the Whig candidate, as against Jaco IIrinkgrhoit, the Free Soil candidate if they were sincere in lenouncing the ultra abolition doctrines of the Free Soil party then, does not honesty! and sincerity as well as consistency demand that 'hey shall continue to oppose Mr. Rrinkkh Horr, aud denounce the platform upon which he is standing! VS ill any ono claim that Mr, flRixKKniioKF has become more conservative? We think not. and his record as Supreme Judge furnishes ample evidence that he hut not chanyeiL We ask the conservative men of Montgom ery county of Southern Ohio to calmly and dispassionately consider the position occupied bv Mr. Brink. KHHoKr and his associates on the Republican Stale Ticket Especially do we request all those of the ltepublican party, who deemed it their duty, as honest and law-abiding citizens, nine years ago, to vote against him, to reflect upon this matter. Whatever numlier of votes Mr. BRiSkKKiu rr may receive at the coming election, more than he did in 1X51, will in reality be evidence that just so many men have forsaken the conservative path which they then followed, and embraced the sectional doctrines of Abolitionism that they have proved recreant to the teachings of Clay and Wkbhtkr, and have adopted those of (iimiisos and Chass. This can be tie on- ly inference. The question the great ques tion to be decided in the coming State con test, is whether a majority of the people of Ohio are in favor of a conservative, law-abiding, constitutional State Government, or one which hesitates not to trample under foot all constitutional requirement, refuse obedience to laws when they come in conflict with po litical opinions, and break away the barriers which separate the white and black races. Which are you in favor of, reader? An swer at the polls on the second Tuesday of OctoW next, and let your answer be such an one as will prove to the country, that you huve no sympathy in common with that class of men, who favor nnd advise ' treason to the authority of the L'nited States." a is ed in ui Hon. Casslus M. Clay. announcement Journal this morning, that the above gentleman would reach here on the f: 1 5 train on his war to Tillin, and would perhaps make some re marks, had the effect of drawing together a crowd of about 100 at the depot; where, after waiting a short time, it was learned that Mr. Ci.av had already reached here, and was at the Phili ps Iloute; however, as it was stated that he would shortly be down to take the cars for Tillin, most of the crowd waited. The most noticeable feature of the crowd was, that almost every other man in it was a candidute for nomination for some office be fore the ltepublican County Convention. About 15 minute previous to the starting of the train, the expected gentleman made his appearance, and notwithstanding some calls for "Clay," "a 8ecch," Ac, he proceeded leisurely to the olliee, purchased his ticket, and started for the cars, when the calls were renewed. Stepping on to the platform, Mr. Clay said, gracefully lifting his hat: "I thank yon, gentlemen, for this compli ment It would not be proper for me to make a political speech here; however, I will en deavor to give you some cheering new. For t ie last three weeks I have been canvassing the State of Indiana that portion of it which has heretofore beeu against us, where the Fill more strength was located. There will be no "I'nion' ticket there this time, if there is, there will be no voters. Where we had one vote in iHjii, we shall now huve ten ; where we had hundreds we shall now have thous sands. Indiana has been regarded as a doubt ful State ; I do not think it is any longer ; the people there; as everywheri else, are going for Fkkmokt, 1 mean Lincoln. Indiana is a certain Tor us, as Uuio, which you know ire regard as O. K. Again I thank you." This was the speech the whole speech. All we have to say is, that if Indiana is no more certain for "Old A at," than the Buck eye State, Mr. Clay would, perham, have done better for his party not to have left it The present indications the multitude of changes which are taking place in this State against Lixroi.il, render it more than proba ble that even the cry which has gone up from the Ohio Republicans, of "Help us, CaiMiuii, or wa sink," will not prevent this State from going for the "Little Uiant" oi and is the will hi at as and and H. my and who the una with day this oua was for The he Hon. Aaron Harlan, member of the House of Representatives, from Greene county, baa resigned hi position, and Gov. Dennison ha ordered au election to fill the vacancy, the same to take place uo the second Tuesday In October. of last near of the limb Democratic Candidate for Attorney General. noticing the nomination of Maj. I). W. Stamraimih, for Attorney Ocnrr), by the Dem ocratic State Convention, the Tnacarawa Ad roenfr.the ltepublican paper published in Xew Philadelphia, the Major's home, says : "Maj. Stahsacoii was nominated hy the Democratic. Convention at Columbus lor At torney Oeneral. There is about as much proa pect of hi election as ther is of his taking a trip In the Moon in a hand ear. )tut barring the Major's political meandering, he Is m good fellov. ft is conceded that he is a first-rate lawyer his heart is in the rlaht place nnd if elected, would discharge the duties of the office creditably." While w take leave to diffor with th Advo cate, so far as regards Mr. STAUajcon's elec tion, we most cordially concur with it in say ing that the Major "i a good fellow," "a first- rate lawyer hi heart I in the right place, and if elected," a we douM not he will lie, lie will "discharge the duties of the office credit ably." Political. The Chicago Times and Herald have been consolidated. McCormick, of the Herald, brought out Sheahan and Price of the Times. Kdward Hopkins is the Union candidate for Oovenor of Florida, and Henj. F. Allen for Congress. Hon. Kdward Wade having expressed a willingness to retire from Congress at the ex piration of his term, a movement ha been made in the nineteenth District for the nomi nation of Hon. Robt V. Paine, of Cleveland. Columbus Delano is announced as the Re publican candidate for Congress in the 15th District The Convention will probably lie held at Coshocton on the 1.1th of August The Democrat in the same district will sup. port Col. Xugen. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the friends of Bell and F.verctt was held at Had- donfiehl, six mile east of Camden, N. J., on Thursday. Addresses were delivered by sev eral eminent gentlemen, who all labored to show that Hell and Everett "had a chance,' ami a good, one too. The Democrat of Vermont in Convention at MontM'lier,on Thursday, nominated Job (1. Saxe for Govcnor, Stephen Thomas, fi Lieutenant Oovenor, and Thoma Thurston for Treasurer. Isaac Bowdetch and P Di lingham were chosen Electors at Ijirge. The Convention wa in favor of Douglas (or tl. Presidency. The Brock in ridge State Convention at Tren ton, N. J., adopted a resolution recommending U nion of all parties opposed to Lincoln an Hamlin, the whole electoral vote to be cast for either of whom it will elect Seven Sen torial and District elector were chosen, con sisting of two Douglas, two Breckinridge and three Bell men. The Heading (Pa.) Gate He announces a rumor j"thai the Hon. John Banks, of Heading; to be the candidate for the Constitutional Union tmrty of that State for Governor. Judge Banks served in Congress with Mr. Bell candidate of that party for President, and agree with him in political sentiment." The Douglas ratification meeting at Spring field, III,, on Thursday, it is stated, wa atten ded by forty thousand people. The meeting, which was held in a grove near the city, was addressed; by the Hon. W. A. Richardson John A. Logan, James C. Allen and other prominent men of Illinois and adjoining States. The Norristown (Penn.) Defender contain a call, signed hy over three hundred of the most prominent and respectable citizens of the borough, for a Bell and Everett mass meeting on Thursday evening last C. to J [For the Empire.] I Stand Corrected. Eil Empire: In mv article of lastThiira uny, i stBted that the ltepublican party was not favor of ti.e riqieal of the Fugitive Slave i.aw. i am indented to your paper for a better understanding of the avowed urincioles dial jwny. 1 ou proved in vour last issue bevnnd loubt that the State organization ado'uled the Uiddinijs resolution, and that it is a vromi- nent feature of the Ohio Hrmiblican viol- but I still deny that the National Re publican party endorse the tliddings resolu. tion, or any thing like it I can find nothing tuai ainu in me vuicago piatlorm. Dayton, July 30, 1H60. Ai.r. Jackhon. In order to post "Alp" a to the position new entertained by the Chicago nomi nee for President, we subjoin the following: "He (Lincoln) is a radical ltepublican, and FULLY COMMITTED to the ductrineaf "irrepressible conflict:' In his debates Douglas he conies fully up to the highest mark ol Hepublicamsm, and he is a man of and nerve, and will not hack down from own assertions. He is not a compromise candidate by any means." The negro, iVrii Douglas paper, 25A Afiiy, 1H0. "I find in the resolutions of the Convention Chicago a platform as satisfactory to me if it had been framed with my own hands, in the candidates adopted by it, eminent able Republicans, with whom I have cor dially co-operated in maintaining the princi ples embodied in that excellent creed." II'mi. Sewanft Letter to JV. Y. Hepubtican Committee, "I rejoice that, although Iain not nominated pkim ii-i is are ! and that they have so true so faithful a representative in the com ing coutcst a Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois." die. Chase s speech at the Columbus llati. fication meeting. the win lelt ers a or took as for view rail wilh they Died in a Wagon. [From the Omaha City Nebraskian, July 7.] The saddest occurrence that ha fallen un der our observation for many months, but re cently transpired iu this Territory. We brief ly narrate the fact: Two men named Harris father and son lived near Hock Island, visited the gold mining region to the west ofti early last Spring. While there, the fulher contracted disease known a mountain fever. Be coming convalescent he determined to return home, and in company with his son and an other person, had, on Mondar last, reached Schinn'i Ferry, some seventy mile west of coy. jiere me elder Harris wa taken a congestive chill, which terminated his existence on Tuesday morning. The next the young man aud his assistant reached city with his father' corjwe. The young man, almost heart broken, a mong stranger, in a strange land, had a niie. tale to tell He say that while hi father dviug, that fearfully hot day, in an uncom fortable wagon, with no couch on which to stretch his weary, aching limb, application admittance wa made at five bouses in Platte Valley, and in everv instance refuseil poor lad finding the people among whom had chanced to have fallen deaf to the call humanity, wa compelled to witness the "Vug agoiue of a beloved parent, to see the sad struggle, and with but a single friend turn, hundreds of mile from bis home plenty, on an inhospitable plain, beneath scorching rays of a midsummer sun, to the eye and compose the stiffening of that dead father iu a wagon. of or iwo, to over with and me sion, tion wa f law, ou He since [From the Omaha City Nebraskian, July 7.] MOVEMENTS OF THE BURG-O'-MASTER. [Special Correspondence Daily Empire.] MIAMISBURG, July 30. Editor Kmfirt ; Pursuant to notice, (giv en out privately,) a few of the faithful Lin eolnitea assembled at th Council Chamber on the evening of the JHth, for the purpose of getting ' nine Awake. Among the most prominent in the immense crowd, ( 1811 told were an -mnyor, an x merchant, an x-captnin an x-bulcher, an x railroad boss, a fat grocer a tall schoolmaster, and last though not least the presiding olncer of the village "ilads. I our reporter not being of the faith, an not having the pass-word, was duly challenged, but on his saving "(I. K , my chickens I' he was permitted to enter; after which the nss-ein bly, with one accord, shouted ' Liliertv ! An organisation wa effected by appointiii; me x mayor nairninn, ami the tall school master Secretary. The Chairman said li was not acquainted with the objects of III meeting, and hoped some Isidv would enlight en him; whereupon the presiding officer of the village ' tlails arose ami said that there was in everv city, town, village, hamlet, school district and x-road in the AWA, an organiza tion Known as " lite-A wakes, their otnee ana ptiriwie being the election ol l.ivroi.x, tie also said ttial in some plnees the members provided themselves wilh unilnrms, which the wore in processions, Ac., Ac, I he t hairman then appointed a committee ol three to select permanent nlhccrs, and th the committee retired to l' head of the stairs for the space of three and half minutes, when they returned the following persons : i-resicient A-mnynr. Vice President X merchant. Secretary Tall Schoolmaster. Treasurer X -butcher. 1 he reiiort lieing adopted, a committee of two was apisnnted to draft a Constitution and hv-laws, after which the crowd adjourned to meet again on Saturday night Bran. REPUBLICAN MEETING IN EATON! REPUBLICAN MEETING IN EATON! Gov. Dennison the only Speaker--Too much Abolitionism--A Streak of Bad much Abolitionism--A Streak of Bad Luck--The Pole falls, and the Cannon Bursts. [Special correspondence Daily Empire.] EATON, July 28, 1860. Ed. Empire: Yesterday wiia the day set apart by the Republicans of Preble county i',.r ....A... i.;.. " a i . t p-omiiient sK'nkers had lieen announced from .... vif linn;, n iihiii ler ill abroad, and every ettort used hy the ltepubli can leaders to bring together a large crowd a crowd which would strike terror into the hearts of tbo Democracy, ns well as encour age the at present sinking hopes of the su im porters oi a ne Lincoln. I lie dny come, nnd with it about two thousand persons, men, women and children, one-fourth of whom, at least, were in lavor ol Douglas and John son. But the beauty of the day was tho speak ing. The crowd expected to hear something new, granu ami sinnniig; yet, when the tune came, it was found that our "succednnetim" Governor was tin; only man on hand; and ho, from the defects in his voice, was wholly min bio to make himself heard. His whole speech was so cold, aft stolid, so uiiimpiissioned, as to renuer nun nnniile to hold Ins audience: be sides, ho piled on simon-pure AlKilltionisiii so thick, that some of the chief ltepublican lend ers were almost frantic and could scarcely be neiu wuuin me pounds oi decorum, i lis ne gro doctrines don't suit this locality; and the result of his siM-ech was to plnce his unity in just that position, which they didn't want to icctiriy Here, ihey have beou claiming to stand upon consrrrulire mound, but Gov. Dennison' sia'cch fully convinced all who heard it, that the claim had no foundation in truth. The Republicans here have not vet not over the effect of the able and eloquent speech de livered by our gallant Representative. Hon. U AI.LANiniin.iv in Ibis place, a few days ago. They don't like it at all it hurts them badly and they had 'hoped to have hnd some speaking yesterday, which would offset Vall's speech, but, poor mortals, they were badly disappointed. Of course, we sympa tized with them, and have proposed that the next time they wish to bold a meeting, we will furnish speakers for them who ran talk. In addition to the poor sncakinir. tlicv have had a quantity of bad luck. In fact, it'seeins have been the order of the day. They undertook, first, to raise an "ash nole" on hursduy evening, and had got it up part of way, wnen u icu, smashing one ot the Court House chimneys, nnd destroying about twenty feet of the iron fence which surrounds Court House yard. They renewed their amirs, However, and aller workim? near v n iiium, miccceiieil in eetllliir inn no n mi Then again, their cannon, (a swivel) burst into iragmenta, though, fortunately, uo ono won in ureu. So ended this ureal rntilieallon mceimir of rreoie i ouiity itcpnlilicuns. They all much worse noon its conclusion, i when it commenced. J he Democracy intend huvimr a rally somo- uiiie in nepiemiier ami we slui have sneak who can be heard, as well as able to make speech. I will send you notice, when we de- is ly as as EATON. The Feeling in Illinois. Tim GitKAT Dkhovhtration roit Doi iii.ah no Johnson at Sprinoiiki.ii. Tho Spring eld (Illinois) correspondent of the St Louid Republican, in giving an account of the late tremendous Democratic meeting in that place, say: "Grand Prih'K.ssion An undcrtiikiiiir that proved to be one uf no small magnitude. How in what maimer it wus accomplished, it is hardly worth while to conjecture; but as we a Kisition upon the cupola of the State house, shortly bef'oru ten o clock, it became evident that the procession had been formed, it was distinctly visible from the central portion of the city, on through ono of the prin cipal streets, and away out upon the prairie miles, where it tapered off and was lost to in the distance. Tho procession com menced moving at about ten o'clock, nnd the uthiisiasm that prevailed tor upward of two ours ia almost lieyond enncention. Old veto- who beheld it, and who were familiar the demonstrations of H It), declared that never before witnessed such cnthiisiusm. "While the procession wus moving through -trects thero was ono continuous roar, unceasing shout of "Humih for Dong The procession was mostly coiiiMised large farm-wagons, each tilled with eight len iiuruy-iooiting larmers, and drawn by iour, aim, mi some insiuiices, six noises. Hickory poles, from thirty to fifty feet in height, and from the lop of which flairs and streamers floated to the breeze, were fastened nearly every wagon, and presented an ap pearance soinewnat novel, as viewed Iroin the cupola of the Stato House. Tho procession moved with considerable rapidity, and was ono hour in passing the t apitoi The en thusiasm continued all the while. A each wagon appeared iu sight, renewed cheers were given, and the occupunts of the vehicles, without exception, whirled their huts, whips nu cunes wiiuiy in ino air, ami snouted con inually for the "Little Giant." The i trcots long which the procession moved wore filled people, while the windows of private res idence we -e filled with the fairer portion of umanity, all waving handkerchiefs and be stowing approving smiles. The hickory poles the Hags floating therefrom constituted oniy nouceaiue uccoralions in the proces heverul bund ut music occupied Posi at intervals in the procession. There also a large car filled with young ladies, niiormiy uresaed and representing Ihe States the liiion." e--. . to of of au it 11. ry uiu er the Jacob Reider. who murdered his sister in and mother-in-law at Brownsville, Minn., the 10th inst., committed suicide hy shoot ing himself in his own house ou Ilia ltith. bad been secreted in the vicinity ever the murder, We for Democratic Clubs in Montgomery Co. li.., is fn . OffVrs- PreM-nl J A. ,l..r.ln. V ITf-ul uln, A V. H'r ant W H. Ir.p.e; TreswilN-r, Wm. I'lefcrv; IWrrtirlis, J'.lin A fit,.liw . Ml.hl f'rl.rrv! Ki.itlv CommlllHl, R M Il m.. I . J A W'alt..ir. Jmlm. J H hCtfnlt Jnftn- tlisn 'Kenny. A. V. HoS-randT. F. Thrwh-r. Vi.lnt..lv and Roienlav Totiln, at iMmoerata. HitiiM kuom, on JrtWraoa stiwet. oe p"ftrAW Otr.M f WrWW, Wntg'im TH.r.Atr ( Cwr Prpsklent, M. i. Hwiwlner, V lee Pre.i.liit,.lNmMi ntniM.l; TrMAMirrr, John Nitriis; ! retarv, John MHlrw. rlnl. nit erry otnar Aiir dsy aiRht, nt"Taintnanf llsll," l enlrtllle. "IKi" Nathisai. PmaATic lYcs,' Cnli, Ri" rWiA 7WAO oavr: !r. S), Hnwktna, I'reslnt; llcnrv Miii.II. Vice I'ri.lonl: t'r. II. Hoaixler, wm. tirer: Theft. P. Kt.y, rrury, ISO Mm of nitin mentioned ia prof-!). "Mosatss PH'oias ClMi" t'rta flsrta ilotti, Ynn Pturrtt TmcnaA4d om.-fine Prtln!, P. O. lm. r; Vh-e Pr-Hl,iil,A. F. HhfnyAT; Tresmm r,lohn HaiAwell: Hecretftry, i. M. .ejvr. Club mwM once a work. .pm.tcSATie ri.T'S, lflerl! "Ww.AVt Officers: Pre.Hlent, l. J. Flteh! Vice PresidMil, Moam Mnrtjmsi Sw i.ury, W. II. Hi'Mullr; Tremurer, Oeo. Wnpunn. Executive Cimunlttce, Jneitti Kigler, Monro I'lirlis. I. ht N.T, J. H. M. 'Urv, Wm. i. M. Bl. Iwl.W, rlitb meets every Thursday evvnlng, alternately in lhijton View and Miami Lily. eV'M Mo Mtirs t-rsrsAt IitancaATie ri.es," frtirfQ. Jil.t orffiieuuii. Ne pennsnent nflV-em yel elected. Mecrolerv pn. tern, 4 lernent 1.. Baiimunti. Meets at llsll of J).iiife KiiKn llotiMe. "Ossons PraiM SATlr I'utr," frnyfnn Officers: Pres idoiil, John II. Hetppelitinn, Vice PrcNiflenlM, Norinsn Lnve, Fnincte llues.4ia: Meeretnrien, A MernlteD, Win. Leonltsnl; Treasurer, Itoitlel Thorn. Meets weekly si ais-Ii place, and such times, aa designated liy Ihe Kieeutlva Committee. Important Arrest of Counterfeiters in Cleveland. At Burton, In Geauga County, on Friday last, says Friday evening' Cleveland VVrnn Dealer, Mr. Hnckett, assisted by Lambert White and Marshal Johnson of this city, ar rested II. It. Whitcomb, Samuel B. White comb, Jesse Boom and Josiah Dixon. Only some f:00 in base metal was found in their possession, hut there is no doubt that they have been ring leader in the gang, and have done much toward flooding the West with worthies money. There is a strange history connected with Jesse Room, one of the men arrested at Bur ton. Some forty year ago a cold-blooded murder wa perpetrated in the State of Ver mont 1 he murdered man wo a brolher-in-law of Boom, named Cobley, and circumstan ces pointed to Hoorn and his brother as the guilty parties: They were tried, convicted, and sentenced to be nung. I he execution day came, and large crowds floured into the village to see the murderers swing. J hey ascended the scaflold, and the noose was placed around their necks, when the supposed dead man appeared in the crowd' The Rooms were sot free, uist aa they reached death s door, and immediately fled the Stale. .1 'sse Hoorn, now nearly seventy years old. confessed lo Mr. Hackett, at Burton, that he Biid ins brother did murder Cobley, tho per son who appeared beforo the gallows being man from New Jersey, who bore a strikino re semblance to the deceased, and who was ei- pressly hired to play the villainous part The ntfnir created a great excitement at the time throughout INcw hngland, and lawyers re tained for the defense in desperate murder case have ever since quoted the Boorn cose forthobenc.it of theirclienta. . It is believed indeed Boorn confessed aa much that the hardened wretch purposed to still further steep his hands in blood hy mur dering a Mr. Doolittle, of Burton, who ha money which llio gang have long lusted for. Tho parties who were arrested at Burton. are now in jail in this city, and will probably be tried during tho present term of the Uni ted States District Court On last Wednesday Marshal Johnson and Mr. Hackett mado another important arrest at North Washington, in Hardin County, se curing t'le persons of Dr. E. B. Heist n I. a niiuerio resocianle physician and lliram linrlzeL These parties are charstd with man ufacturing bogus coin, and were brought to tl.e city and lodged in jn.iL It l worthy ot mention that of the numer ous persons arrested for counterfeiting on the Reserve, during the past year, not one has been caught in Cleveland. They reudezvou in thocountrv in small, out-of-the-wav olaeea. where they outwardly maintain the utmost respectability, and, in some instances, even aitcci piety, tine company make the eo n and another sells it, but none of them vass it. Vi hen one is arrested the effort of the entire guug are put in use to secure hi acquittal. Indications of the Census. Partial census returns of Rhode Island in ;'iito a very small rain in population, if anv at all, since 1850. home paper ha estimated that the gain in Massachusetts has been twen ty per cent., but that is probably an over esti mate. The result of the census in Ohio, so . I . . . .... utr us oiHiiiueu, inuicates mat no considerable increase has been made in ten years, possibly no loss. Tho large emigration from New England to tho West, consequent on the re vulsion of 1H57, wou.d lead us to anticipat that Ihe gam in population here would not b very great In Ohio this state of the tie-urea more remarkable, but after all, Ohio is hard a western state now ; her people are quite much given to emigration West a those the older states. However, the fiif urns are yet too incomplete to be use da ground for any general conclusions. It may turn out that the old states have made a very respecta- nio gnin in population alter all, and we think will. The decennial valuation of the property of mussacniisett is to tie made tlnsvear. as the basis ol Mtate and County taxe for the next ten year. Tho population in 1840 was 718,- 5!2, und the valuation f2!l!),8KH,:i;i2. In 1850 the population was 1)73.7 15. nnd the valuation $."i!!7,!Klli,!l'.lj. So remarkable an increase in valuation, nearly doubling in ten years, i not be exrscted in another decade, though tucru win uo a very nanosome increase ex hibited in 1850. The census returns have been completed in several district of New York city, and on this basis it is estimated that the whole population the city ia 882,000, and increase of 365,000 since 18501 Adding the population of Brook lyn, Williamsburg, and the adjoining villages which New York is the center, and the whole population will he over a million aid a halt. The population of Conneetinnt.it ia nnnrmaAit will be shown to be from 4110,000 to 475.000 : increase of just about 100,000 or 28 per cent since 1850. Nearly half of this increase oua io new riaven ana Hartford. rew London ha gained 3.1) per cent in ten veer. showing 12,000. Bridgeport has not increased inucn since mao. Cincinnati doe not mnke as sood a show aa had been expected ; it i not believed that it will average 180,000. Baltimore ha increased from lt,000 in 1850 to 230.000 ; a train of over 25 per cent Philadelphia, it is estima ted from the returns already will be over 50, 000, possibly 080,000, aa estimated last Janu ary by those who published the new directory. ....... . ...J mi ' "'.'i popcia any iiieir city census will very iiKeiy uisapiKjint lany extravagant expecta tions in regard to the growth of the Ameri can Athens. The general aspect of the census thus far in New England and all the old State indicates that while the commercial and manufacturing cities and town have mode about the ordina gain of previous decade, the population of ngricunurui uistriui naa lauen on. The census taker engaged in one of the ward ol I'liiladelptna report havmir found a woman who baa had 24 daughters. 21 of whom have been married and had children. Rath a tough story, but tt seem to be given offi cially. Iu another of the ward of the ame oity there is reported a family, consisting of father, mother, and 12 children, not oueof whom can read Sunnulield I Mats He. publican. a ft Wrong. The Ohio Slate Journal in it enumer aliou and political classification of the papers of this State place this paiier among those who support Lincoln for the Presidency. beg leave to correct the Journal in thi statement Thi taier it Hot and netw hat been political, at least not since we have had charge of it, and moreover it never will be, we prefer the glorious privilege of being Independent. Dresden (0.) Intelligenctr. to "CHARGE ALONG THE LINE!" fell DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. lion. C. L. vallaadlRhain Will address the citirens of WINCHESTER and vicinity, (Preble county,) on MVifnrfdVy Evening, August 8, 1H0, at 6 o'clock. He will also address the citizen of NEW PARIS (Preble county) and vicinity on Thursday Evening, Auyust , IHtiO, at 1 o'clock. He will also address the citizen of Ran dolph Township, Montgomery County, in Union Grove, on Eriday ajlrrnoon, August 10, at 2 o clock. Will also address the citizen of FARMERS VI LLK (Montgomery county) nnd ricinilu, on Saturday Evening, August II, 1H60, at 7 o clock. A meeting of the Harrison township Demo cratic Clnb, will lie held on Thursday erenituj, August Id, at n o clock, at the Dayton V tew House. Speakers will be in attendance. Judge Baggott and Others Will address the Democracy of Washington Township, at "Tammany Hall," in Centreville, on Saturday evening, August 4M. lion. C. I VallandlKham. Judge J. II. Ilnggott, and b. M. William, t:i., Will address the Democracy at STRING- TOWN, (two mile south of New Carlisle) on Saturday, Aug. 18, ItWO, in the afternoon. The Regimental Hand of Dayton will be in attendance. a lion. C. rnllundlgliam, and lion. Win. Allen, Will address tho "Monster Democratic Club," of Van Huren township, at the Van Buren Hotel, on Saturday Morning, September I, lHlitl, at 10 o'clock. A lnrgo hickory pole will be raised on the occasion. New Advertisements. rltlt'l II H K N N KTT.-Thia article tin entln ly shin r J celled the old fHxhioiicd and inconvenient miMle in preiiarina Klin and Junket a few mum! milv ere re. uiiircdlur aetling up tins must delieiuiis dessert, for hJT VV. W. H'I KWAKT, J?" Prugjiiat, No. Si Mum street. WIZAKII till,. A certain cure for KheiuiiRllNiiis Meurilllia. Norvnlla ami H1..U ll..a.lu,.l... 'I.u..i.. aehe. Sore Throat, Mprama, t ills, Brum., Hums, Hpl- . ..,..H,w,uwlwrr,.m. mhin, (-.; in store ami "J I'tt. w. w. MII-.WAKT, iy" I'maiOst, JVo. IUI Mam atreet ITALIAN LIITORIcic. Something- iiewand voryau" pcriiir. Fur sale by ' JW W. W. oTiCWART, 02 Main St. Sharp's New HiimiiMflcT" RKMINOTilN'S Ounl'ane, Oaeon's Urge Catri.lae, Loading Pistol and Kovolmr, BKAL'S ELEVKX 01. MK REVOLVER. Ten Ounce Double Action or Rclf-Cocklng Revolver, Allen s 7 ounces, Ik-ven shooting- t'srlridgea Loading RIHKIl'8 I'AKLOH PIHTOL, KTfJ., Al Jymmt St. HflHNKIDICn', Olin Store, ad at., Ohio Itlia k, opp. the Park, iHiyton, O. NOTICK n nereoy giT,n that an application will ha presented I. to ilia Lomimssloneri ol Montgomery oouuly, at tlielr ineHtlng on the. tlr-t Monday in Meptemlier next, for a Freo 1'iinipike Hood, commencing al Ihe Laiyion and Western pike and running north along ihe county line between Montgomery and PnilJe eountlaa, to whera Ihe Wed road Intersects dia county road leading to Pyrmont, lieing a distance of about four miles. jiuy Ji, latin, ist QROVER Ac BAKER'S CEI.EIlItATKD SEWING MACHINES! roit Family 1'ie and Manufatturlng Purpotes OVKK 40,000 In daily use In the UnlUul Mtalea and Territories, gi ving iniVLIIHAL BATIfFACTION t Tliese Machines sew from two inools: the threa.1 re. qnlrea no re-winding( and make a affuager aad Aomi- HitrMuii iiimi uo oilier mwriuiie. The Now Machine ftr tfOO, lately introduced by this Ooinnv, (wrfonnA lla work with a rapidily never tiefore epwf(Kl ia almost noise- iea ill na oM-miion, and IB A FAVOniTR in every family where It has been introduced. It fully stiHtHina the nlrendv escpllenl ntiuiLiii... ..ro.....i..i.. iw -uiuin. .MM jnaciiuitja. a new and lMI'KOVKD HHUTTLB MACH1NK, Jnst out, warranted equal to any In Ihe market for aw KAiaaruom in uuciunail, Ho. 68 Weal Fourth t. JAMES RICKEY, 1GEXT, 8'itt TIIIBD ST. iy lni BAVTON. SPECIAL NOTICE. r AM now of). -ring my splendid slock of PKAOHKH at No. (14, Jefferson street. Hustim Hiiil.lO.u 'l-l.uu ui in. oroiigio in iresn every Hay. lave your orders and they will b sent lo your houae free of charge. JZl . MA.MKI. HAIIHT. iHilitarj). Hbad QtiABTKaa Sp Bbiiiade, Un lir., O. V M 1 IlAltus, 0 July aA, ISISI. ' ( SPKOIALtlKDKRS, NO. -. The l. gnl qualned elee. torsof t:oiiismy K.tllayton l.iglit Uuard,) are here- nouned and reiiuired Ui assemble at Honrum...... in ia Cltv of lhAVtoll. on KstunLv. Anun.i 1 iu.ui then and there, la.ween the hoiiraof In a in, and a p proceed according to law to the election of one Call. Iiilll, one First Lieutenant, one Heenml l.iu,it....u Third Lleulnuaiit and one Kusign, to (III vaeala-iea in said Ikiuilainy caused hy resigmuion. My oomiuaud ol Bam. Okn. U. L, Vallasiiuiiiam. lyaklut I). A. HAYNKrf, nngiule Maor. S II . a In . on A and tha Mill null, . and T at Newspaper To the Business Men. (Cfje Dafiton Sfflodjcnblatt Ji now puUialied HEMI-WF.KKLY, aval allinl aa excedaut uiedium uiradvertisiug. ar-Job Printing iu Herman and Rturilsh. Iintce In tha Kinpire Uuildllig, llu Main atreet. lyil KAU A ill ETZ. nieiila A nue Jr'4 Notaries. lOHl V. KHIKULICK, NOTARY Pt HI.K! ottlee t.'entral itiHurance onti, Mayor's H is, 711, Kaat Hide of Main, lietweell Hts'imd and Third. Having received tha aiisiiulineiit of Notary luhjic in and Sir the county of Montgomery, ttno, ttie under. algiMKl takes thiametliiMl to iiuorin his friends and tha pulsie generally, llutt he Is now nrenared lo do all al. iHlsloeas pertalilllig u said ooli.e that may be entrusted hnn, corroctiy, aud oa Uia shortest notse. bovao-h -uii u. aHIU.Ul.KR. JAMB TI'RKBH, JUHTICE OF THK PKACK AMI NOTAUY H HLH). Oltk-o, Un kel Building, Jem-raoa atraat, uear tha Comer of Third. In i!. room Ainnarly iss'iipiisl liy Juatlee Torreise. Fartleu. laratteAition taud to drawing lAtaala, Mortgagea, Con trauU, Houda. alul tstgal Fauora. Also, uulleeinaia ptoinpA. uirAl I J will coiiiily, llu jya J ai-rea aid, J)J' Notaries. City. AN OIUHNANCK, lMKN.AT(RVfy Rn'-rdiimrn-rtn r.mr1i ft.r ot, AaMiRinff nnd colltN'tina n tnt npon rlnM.U) nrnahi ttw running Nl torjr mid lit pruvido ripniuat ft i,r . iilvrN or MViiropnouaiR in viijf H ftM,tnn. IwnmnI Aunl tt, lH4i. ' W I. li it OnWni by tht 0v OhimW fif tht (t Jvtofi, Thnt hirtrtr duru.B tt fnuttnunor tJ, (brv or th Umjor inrUniniinn In Mat Mm to do rum-inn mi lrj(f in th Htjr, hp provided n rV Uon 7 of Ihr OrtTlnnn' on thl milijav )hihm April ti, IN4K, tt flitftll hf lit duty of ih dr Mnrlml, mid hi twnlMUnt to tkti up Mil rtnltm.1 of th dog kind found rutin id m Urn without miiMla, Mini (run thnm U In Miird in Mme wrV plitrr for m in. nod itul ltn 0m thrw, nor innnt thnntlv iny. fmfi.r th wnit nre dlroytd. Hw I. It ahull h th duty of Mid MNt-fthnl to dHl vr pnRnMrionof ftfiyd'-n to it nmainr, If Mtiatlf-d of th ownMhn of th mm, Imt nd without dftnruiiltntf nml MMirliiR from mifh ownr, n Ho tf ftt) cpntu, nnd nl, in ont dny fhr rwry dn) itt'h dog ihidl h hnrhoid in th ptriind. Ho. S. AH dojro nnrllinr wltliin thrf Hhvii mny t tlpiatrnyevl or Hold hy th nmrHlinl on hi diwrpiion, tun) nil moniyR arifmiff nyw fin or mt it mil nfior pnyitijr nil xpnnii im urivd In mrrylntf Into At-it th pri-vm-ioiiH of tlilo Ordinance, l rontniertMl m von tpeiiftn tion Ui ih til iy mMrxhnl for hi rln. Hno. 4. All prtJTlon of any onllnniv hrHofttr PmmmI, ofiitrth-iina with lit pruvifeiiii ot tht orilinnnr'. r hrhy tvpt'd. Hrd. a. Thin Dnliruuio to take rflU-t IVom nl nr III puljlltntion. WM. BOMHKRvKR, Vrn. City CJouncil. Attot- ArfTtittT rrrprtHKn, Ol) Clerk. f'hj-mmI July 17ih. lrti. T)S Real Estate Agency. CHAS. E. CLARKE, It 33 A. Xj ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT. Clntcg'ai IliAllatng, 'Phiril Htrrt, Wll.t tsiy and sell on eommlsston, Henl Fstnla of all kiiwls, lionds, litid VVsrmnls, Notes, Mori, pilti, '., make iHilleeUons and neiiotiHte loana. Will loi-ale linil WarnintA, InNiire iirniierlv at rensnnahle rales In good reMNiiiHilile t'oinwuii nnd do a Ketieral fSo charge unless airene; nun eonilllission isisllless sale is made. 1.1AIIM FORHAI.KOK HF.NT.-NH acres i ofa mila y from Hl-iHikvtlle, on Hie Jndiiinnpolis Hoad. and Hie siune distance from 1 laylon. lUla-re under cultivation, well nnishit house of s rooms, woodhouae, workAliop, enliar, snioke-hoiiae, shine milk-house, ciHh.m, Ac. OimmI lieiiriltin.hard, S wclln and sprin ofgMd water Frame tatm, .Slhy So rel, fnone t-nrniiKe anderlli lluile, and a dmiNe screw cider prews and null eneloseil, with ichsI trnme house. Al, a w 1 tenant hniiso on the premises. This is in everv rciNct, a desirnlite rami and ismvenient lolheeiiy. Willi ( sold on easy puyintnils or trade in )rt for reatdenee In the etty. OHA8. K. CI.AItKI-:, Third street. I.IOIWAI.K. 14 acres, miles from the city wet " lliuiilaouie two-story tiriek houso; uew cellar, well elAtern, Ae., good fralnn Ijarll, and oiiMiouaea; choice frtntof every description. Hi-st ntuility of land. C'llAH. K. CI.AKKK, Hi nt K.lalc Agent, tjli-gg'a llliililing, .Id si. TTOIl HALF, on KENT. A very convenient frame I House, of Kooiiik, Hlahle, Ac, I, vale, within a few minutes' walk of ttie centre of the city. Will lie sold on live year's time or rented tea good teitnnt. CIIA8. K. CLAItKI-.V Third alronl. IjAHM Ftllt SAI.E.-I80 m mile, from New I t!atine. Hark foiinty.and miles from Hrown'a Malum on the II. A W. H. It.. l:lia ri.s under Hue culli vatinn. Ooml frame dwelling: frame ham. Also, a hewed log dwelling. Ilood orchard, 9 anrings and a creek of running water through the place. Pull Imlloin laud, and tho lUalMe liest ipinlity of second lioltoni. This is a llrsl-rute Kami, and will tie sold jfll per cent less than Inferior laud lias actually aold for li! ihe . oinity. AIJ1, llTamesl mile west of Hidney, on a ttno mail IS acrea under eiiltivation. I :,.uil.,rlal4e frame dwelling hou of H riKinis. Woll,ciatern,on'hanl, Ac. lnd id good quality. ALSO, 100 acres nearMiamlaUirg.;Keellent Land, about HO acrHaua ler cultivation. Frame House, large latrn and oilier out buildings. Unod Oreliard Ac. 3 sen's on the Shakerlown I'ike, four miles from th city. Handsome two-story rrnuie honae H rnoma "'" hams, good liearing on hard, anmke-hoiiae, spring house, Ac., to. An excellent quality of land. Terms AUV), serea best quality, ascend la.ttom on the River Rood miles Mow the city. Hmall frame houae, gisxl frame bum, oreliard Ac. Will tie sold low on mviw,. Clegg's Hul. ling. M at reel. . . AIXO, An elegant country residence, mile from Herman, town, comprising iWw res of exeullent land in a high stale of cultivation; a handsome and commiHtioua brick dwelling, containing 111 risims, reeenlly Isiilt; large lauik liom, and all the necessary out-buildings; a w res 111 vineyard in Ane liearing condition, bearing fruit treea every variety; shrubbery, Ac. Also, a heaiitmil Dsh pnd on the premises, led by a stream of running walcr: atsmt IA acres timber. I hi.pri.rierty i. thsl lately owned and occupied by Maj. M. B. Walker and ia one of the handsomest and most deairataa pla!a of the kind in the county. It will aold at a bargain, and on payments to anil the pur chaser. jelS L'HArfi. OLAItKK, Third it. AI.SC I, An excellent ISrm of 111 acres, T miles from the city. Madison township, HI aeraa under cultivation, bal ance bast of timber bur oak, walnut, sugar, hickory, ash, Ac, Oood two-atory l.n. k house rooms; frame barn, large ondiard of good fruit; running water. Moil about uu acres heal aei-ond Isiltoln, IsiUincogAsilly rol Ing wheat land CHAH. K.t:i,AHKK, Ttilrtrst AIM), JO aoreaon theRhakertown Ilke.V mile beyond th Asyliim; well unproved and liest quality of land' two sto ry frame house, ,11 rooms, pon-hes, wells, cellar, spring, Ac., with about 7 acres of limber. There is a tan yaSi the premises, with 411 vats and everything complete. Alsu a flue uu-olieoed stoue uliarrv. T,.n,,.?,r r....... ""J'' CflAU. '. CLAliKK. convenient two storv tiriek Iiwelhne m .tau .ti OOlllailllltg 0 riKllna. Hlllnln..r ArO,.l.u.. oellar, slalillng, Ae with choice fruit. This pr'onertv win is. aoiu ai a uirgiun ir applicalion lie made soon, as the owner wlshea to remove froe, Ihe ,.iy. Knuiiir..ol i" UltAH. K- CLAItKV:, Tliml at. Choice Lot for Sale. VKRV amiable Ihra Hotel. The lot is on the North ..ant eortiur. M.il. .....I ...n .. , . Ihiafs a lis niion well adapled fora Hotel, and Ihe prop, eriy la onere.1 al a pneo and terms to suit any one wlsliing m punhaae. I'll AS. K CLA KK R, !I . TJiird street. UWEIiUNti lKJlJHKH. OF every description and price. The following la the location of some of them: ii:.lr'H.KKr' between Mnlnantf JenVrsnn; HkCONll 8TKKRT, lailuw l'erry-'l l.ree Hue dwell- THIRD HTRKKT o FoUltTII HTHKKT " TOifLVfaT' b',w,, Main ""' Lnillow; Wll.hlNHtlN NT., ' ' 1, and Filth: UIDUIW aTHKKT, First and Wau"! "Over thn Ithiiin." RMITIt STIIKET, near Mrown; JiJ'SJ.il"tvwH """" and JelltTson; 'iul1' " Jets rson and T.eli. iflvFJ JZl-i. u .. rm' Vim Hureiii WANK M'ltKKT, Roiithof Fifth: MAINMHIIKIKHT,, Northof CLINTON HTHKKT. near Third; HKCONI1 HTHKKT, ki.sl of WelUr, These ara many of Iheui very choa e jileces of property all are ottered low. 1 luiv., l.-.i.l... o...'. .!,.. . ' enumerated, a large amount of very cheap properly III suburlie, for sale and tnnte. I"" CHAH. E. CLA It K K. Real Kslal. A,.i ell t'hgg's Budding, Third at. VACANT LOT8 in every part of the city, forsaleanit '"""''""c" "u 'AS. K. CLAhKK, :m.t. PLOUJIINO MILL F0E SALE KNOWI 'he "IH.pia U h Mills," sltuateil on Main StreoL ntSAT thei.lltre.dr 1 1. ..Ou. I, ...... luWour run of atone; machinery all inc. Me or der. It has a large city and coiuilryeiisl.ini, anil I g ItK'iited ou the Chiui . and near lsilr.....lM i Jnii",mlr""',,'" "'" ""'w,i" wl shipping ol giaiu l..l"r!:i""'" eonniyU.il with the above a gmsl aaw fit IIIU mi I. eaiilinif. -...A , , . I a i".n.i iiaiiiis, a large log yard T be whole is supplied bv an abuu. m 'h Vu"', al the low runt ol' tio par The Flouring Mill will lie sol. together, al a lo' aeparale, or Ihe whole rills tile most ri una. w iince and nn ten soiiabla. jy Iu t'HAH. E.IJLAKKK.adet. ITIOH KKlTr A Hmall Collage Ilisiae on Thlril si., lieluw Wllklnsoio A Num.,.. ..nu.. u.uu 1 a Bargain'. , suilSe, Ac, Ac. This nroiierly ia for aalu jylU CHAH. K. CLAHKK, Third St. CHKAP PAHM, Hi! irB.K? i n"1"" K,r,h v,r" I'nion Cilv. I lOU Randolph rouiily, Ind., S nulea flom Ihe li..le ftilltaine Kallr. ail, aial l nulea from Hie thriving ul lage ol Rl.laeville: SO aeroa uu.i..r .r.. ... dweUing. out houses, ttaliltt, lasirilig im luird. "r t!4 au acre on Hum y- snlandid Farm of 4i:i ..it.. , kaOWn as the "Meak ITarn.,1. ll... .... 7- ..J . , ism, 10 me counir, nearly SI at-ree under cnl NvallonjUo n rea No. I I. .10,111 land; good alia-k waler. on-iutrd, Ac Buildings and feia-ea in giaal retaur. CHAM. K. CLAHKK, att at. Plauinf and Moulding Mill For Sale. OCATF.D Inaneutral istrt nf Ihe Otty; vai'ant ground atlaelasl. Iweiuv-Kve horae l.ower Fngine wilh new holler, planer, Hawa, Moulding Maelnnv, : Bhallliig, Ac., all III giaal rmiliing order. The proiairly be aold low and 011 easy terms 011 application lo CilAB. K. C.AHKL, Hill .1 at., Dayton. AlJtil, Beveral oimkI linnniveil Karma In Darka and PrelJ oouiillea.oluol Riuidolph oouuly, Ind., and Idiwrera-Ai III , at piu-Ata wilbln llai rew h of all, aay from lo .si is-r acre. Call and read the descriptions. CHA. K. Id.ARKU, Clegg's Huildiug, S.I si. pMEAP VARM FOR aALR.-HSI ai'ra M. W .uf Haloiicily, Ind , S inilea from rallioad, and I'.uiilea from the tbrlviiia villain. 01 H11I11..-0I Ui III cleared and .-H) more doadeuoi! .amid lieai ui orutl. dwelling, out-building, Ac. Fnea l,'im. I llAa.'l!,. CLAKKbii SaI St.