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Tht.c pinile 1 1'l liTr i-mi .i livrrp.l iv-r In llii Pi.li.rM niHt ali'l .i."l to the thmm f frf rnlr. winch (ihoiil-l hnl a Iwi-n qtrvlttft rrrln. itl4 "I .luiiliiii't lo jrinir rivlriK lnti'lwni'A lo your irw. ultttrt hi vtr rrfiteTHtfnu Arm n p.fi mi nt of Ihi- K.-nuUifni il1y- I. " ""i1 .It-lol lit. Kiiirlivi- Hm Iw. hw''I 'rttf '" tA.i. A'.M'-lfwW.'V w rr-afc-iM to rrrttpt urt fy fltv livi-hmf tit linn fl.-win. -Wawnill.l Iliad lo an- Ilia 'ol.l War Hor-' ro-liinM-il to ronim . Mr. lii.l.lmria a nian nf rina tal iil. a ain-nti'l axiKTHTinHl Hlni.inaii. ami a man nf iron ni-rv.. Thirri aof n brter 'i.i.Wioa. a.ir a mora hiMit mnn in thf 1'iitiin thuniid JonhnH H. fi'aWia." lMu,Um Hnirttf, J' lu . IH.. NOW READY. TliP Vitylun Empire ('ampiiiin Sttnytter if nitainin)t "ine of h miiat pupulHr oiik of the cnnmij;ri. many of whii h have newr been rH'fure puhlialieil Single copies one dime ; per dozen, 87e Meeting in the First Ward. lion. C. K Vaixaxihiiham anj A. V. IIoker, Kw., will aililri'M tlia citizens of the First Ward at Werner t Torem, on First Street, on JW.y F.renvnj, August Hth. Mr. IIorsR will speak firxt in Oermun. Turn out! workinginen! Andrew J. Kellur, tq., Doujjlaa Klector in the Memphis (Tenn) Dis trict, will, by miiii'st, address the Democracy i .f Davton, at THE II A X C II E, This (Tuesday) Keening. Irish American Club. There will be a meeting of the Irish Amer ican Club at Nixon's Hall, on Wednesday evening. It is important that every member and all who desire to unite with the Club, be present Don't forget the night Wednesday. Accident to Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. Our city was throwu into grent excitement yesterday by the reporbthat Hon. C. I Val l.AXIiir.HAM hud been injured by fulling down an embankment at the State Fair Grounds, where the "Harugarri Society" were holding their celebration. At first it was reported that the injuries were very serious, but a short time afterwards Mr. V. was seen in a buggy going to his residence, which happily contra dicted the report The circumstances of the accident, as we learn, are these: At the conclusion of the proceedings on the grounds, the vast crowd made a rush fur the gntes, and Mr. Yamjis hh;iiam, Judge Buiiiorr and one or two others, thought they would endeavor, by climbing the fence, to get out ahead of the crowd. Vhfor tunately, the place selected wan immediately on the hill, where the .Main street ent is deep est, and in letting himself down trom the fence which is very high Mr. V. lost his equi librium and was precipitated to the bottom of the cut, some twenty feet, his shoulder striking the ground, which was very fortunate; other wise the force of the fall would have beenon his head. The concussion rendered him in sensible, and he was carried into Basher's (iard -'n, nearly opposite, when medical atten dance was procured, and ill a short time he re vived sufliciently to ride to his residence. We saw him this forenoon, and with the ex ception of a little soreness of his limbs, he says he is ''all right," and but for the inclem ent day would be attending to business. The Contrast Between Lincoln and Douglas in Reference to Henry Clay. An appeal is being made to the old Whigs of the country, by the Republicans, for the support of Lini-oi.x, on the ground that the latter sympathizes with the sentiments of Henry Clay, at tha same time charging that Judge 1 local. as was the bitter opponent of both the great Kentuckiun and his public pol icy. Let us see if the facts will bear out this .: a i. ... . r il. at I :. Republican furnishes us with a comparison of the record of both I.iwouf and Docuis with reference to the policy ond sentiments of Hkkky Clay, which we make use of, and to which we cull the attention of those who revere the memory and services of that great statesman. LINCOLN AND CLAY. Abraham Lincoln, the Republican candi date for the Presidency, in 1838, declared in one of his speeches that he had alwayt hated tlnrery lumuth at any Abtilititmitt, but had suppressed his sentiments until after the passage of the Nebraska bill. The following is his owu langunge, as published in the "Debutes of Lincoln and Doi'iii-as," at page 18: "I have always hated slavery, I think, as much as any Abolitionist I have lieen an (lid Line Whig I have alwas hated it, but I hate alvaut been quiet about it, until th new era of the introduction of the Nebraska bill begun.' Mr. Lincoln also neclured in the same sjK-ech, that he "desired that slavery should be put in course of ultimate extinction," and in another speech he dec-lures, "that this Union can not endure permanently, half slave and half free." He says that he hua "(iirnyj been quiet" about hia Abolitiqnism until the Ne braska bill was introduced. Although Mr. Lin coln's Abolitionism was not generally known before the passage of the lCausas Nebraska bill, liis record shows that he has been an Abo litionist ever since he came into public life. On the 12tt day of January, 1837, the Special Committee of the Legislature of the State of IUinoia, to whom bad been referred the "ment als of the General Assemblies of the Slates of Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, New York and Connecticnt, "relative to the existence of domestic slavery" and the works of Abolition ist, Ac., reported the following resolutions : Kemlred, Jiy Die Ornrrnl A'ttrml h nfthl Htalt of lllinoit. That we highlr disapprove f the formation of Abolition nocieliea, and of th doctrines prom n I gated by them. RtiHlre4, Tint the right of property in lare is sacred to the slave holding States by the Federal Constitution, and that they can not he deprived of that right without their con sent Heutlret, That the (Jem-mi Government can not abolish slavery in the Dial not of Co- lemma against the consent of the citisena of said District, wilhoat a manifeat breach of good faith. On the 20th day of January, 1H37, a vote was taken npon the adoption of the above res olutiona, which was decided in the affirmative by vote of 77 yeas, and only 6 noy. Among those voting in the negative was Abra ham Lutrom. Among those who voted for those resolutions are the names of IMi iu.ah, Harm, Mi-O.iRRANn, Judge Iwia, (lover, nor Moorr, General Shkii.iib, IUihkrt Sw'irn, of Madison, and 70 others. Again, in 1KI9, while in the Legislature of Illinois, Mr. Um-oi.ii voted favorablv to the aholtion of slavery iu the District of Colum bia. And in Conirreaf at the session of IX IH -9, he voted for the abolition of slavery in the District. Since the "new era of the introduction of the Nebraska bill," Mr. Ijxcoi.k has ceased to be "quiet" about his Abolitionism, and his sentiments since that time, notwithstanding he baa tried to conceal them, are well ender- stood upon that subject Mr. I.ixcoi x and his friends threw Hknrt Clay overboard in Irt-18, because Mr. Ci.ay was opiosed to Aim" litionism. The Republican party say thai Mr. Doco-i-AS and his friends abused Hknrt I'lat all his life, and now claim to be his especial friends. It is well known that Mr. Clav aud Dot'oi.Ai differed on the tariff and bank ques tions, but they always agreed on the slavery question. It is to these two statesmen that the country is principally indebted for the passage of the compromise of lKiO. Those measures were advocated by such men as Ci Jtr, Wkbhtkh, Dotoi.AS, Cass, Bki.l and Ukrtov, and opposed by Skwarii, Hale, (iMiiiiriih, Chase, Lincoln, Love jot, Jki-i-khson Davis, and the men who now form the Republican and Secession parties. Mr. Ci.ay having ad vocated the doctrine ofnon intervention in 1850, and secured its adoption in the com promise measures of that year, it is highly proper that the Iemocratic party should now claim him as their friend upon this question. In regard to the charge that Mr. Doi'ula.-i abused Mr. Clay all his life, we simply say it is false. The Republicans can not show one word where Dociilas abused Mr. Ci-ay. While on the other hand, we can show that Mr. Dot iii.As always held Mr. Ci.ay in the highest esteem. In closing a sjiecch in the Senate of the United States, on the compromise meas ures of 1850, delivered March 14, 18J0, in the presence of Mr. Clay, Mr. Douiii.as refers to that distinguished statesman in the following eloquent language: "Mr. President, it was my desire to have said something of the resolutions introduced by the distinguished and venerable Senator from Kentucky, (Mr. Clay) but I find 1 have trespassed too loiijt upon vour kindness. I cannot do less, however, in justice to my own feelings, than to declare, thnt this tuition owes him a debt of gratitude for his services to the cause of the L nion on this occasion. I care not w hether you agree with him in all that he has proposed aud said, you cannot doubt the purity of the motive, und the sell- sacrificing spirit which prompted him to ex hibit the matchless moral courage of standing undaunted between tho two great hostile fac tions, and rebuking the violence and excesses of each, and pointing out their respective er rors, in a stunt ot kindness, moderation and firmness which made them conscious that he was right and all this with an impartiality so exact that yon could not have told to which section of the I nion he belonged, tfe set the ball in motion which is to restore peace and harmony to the Union. He was the pi oneer in the glorious cause, and set a noble example, which mauy others are nobly imitu ting." Apiiendix to Congressional Ololie, vol. 22, part 1, 1st sess. 31st Cong., I84!l-'i0, at page 375. In a speech before the Legislature of Ken tucky, after the compromise of 1850, Mr Clay, speaking of the Democratic party, said: "Out of our late heated discussion and di visions, one good result has been produced. The people generally, Whigs and Democrats, have been more thrown together in tree and frienillv intercourse. Both have learned to appreciate each other. For myself, I say, like with true heart pleasure, that during the late arduous and protracted session, I was in conference and consultation quite not oftener, with the Democrats than Whits, and I found in the Democratic party quite us much patriotism, devotion to tbe I nion, probity and honor as in any other party." In speaking of the fact that the Whig party was becoming abolitionized, and of his devo tion to Whig principles, Mr. Clay, in the same speech, (aid : "But if it (the n uig partT) to be merged into a contemptible abolition party, and ii abolionism is to be engrafted npon the Whig creed, from that moment I renounce the party and cease to be a W hig ; and it I am alive, I will give mi humble support to that mail lor the Presidency who, to whatever party he may belong, is not contaminated by fanaticism, rather than ro one who, crying out all the time .1 . 1. : ii-L. : : ...': .. . .1 : ... mm ue la a w u,fCi iiioiumma uisvumt-a uiiiij subversive of the Constitution and of the Union." With such a record can there be any doubt whore Henry Clay's sympathies would be he was now living? He certainly should not support Lincoln, with his aboliton principles and irrepressible conflict doctrines. Rfc-The most rial liable evidence of the ap prehension felt by Mr. Vallandigliam that Craighead will tieat him, is the disgraceful conduct of the Empire towards Mr. C Jour nal. The Journal thinks it disgraceful because we publish complimentary notice of Mr. Craiuhead, from the Ashtabula Srnttnel, the editor of which, from personal acquaintance with Mr. C, says he litotes that of which writes. The Sentinel says Mr. Craioiiead does represent the "radical anti-slavery ele ment of his party in the Third District The Journal refused to publish the Senti nett endorsement of Mr. C, and because have given il to the public, our neighbor mod estly characterizes it aa "disgraceful." If Journal thinks it a "palpable evidence that Craighead will beat Vallakiiioaeii, we willing he should have this crumb of comfort SeVMr. P. Kbllt is out in the Journal this morning with another card. It amounts to nothing at all. Indeed, how could it otherwise t Ex nihila nihil Jit We have no controversy with Mr. Kelly, nur do wish to have. If he wants the Empire 1 advertitt him, we are willing to do so. can see our terms on the first page. Fully Aroused. We copy the following relation to the action of the t 'nion Convention on Supreme Judge nnder the above head, from the Constitution al I Won, a Dki.l and Everett, published in Cincinnati: In the Chillirotha District the people are fully aronaed. The cause of Rell and Ever ett is progressing with the ntmoat vigor. The anion of the Coevwntio will show the happi est effect, and inspire confidence. The de feat of llrinkenhnll' as Judge of the Supreme Court, mav lie reirnrded as a fixed fact Mis opinion in" the Wellington Rescue Case, on the writ or naix-as corpus is in antagonism to public sentiment in Ohio; Snd the people will assert the fact at the ballot box. Ii is thought the tenure of Dr. Carey Trimble on a seat in Congress is but frail. Oscar F. Moore has taken the stump and is striking hard blows fur the National party. Charles Hanks Again. Republican speakers and the Republican press having asserted that Charles Hanks nev er wrote the letter which appeared over his name in the Decatur Magnet some timesincei he appears again in the following card in the Mngnrt : TO THE PUBLIC. MACON Co., ILL., Aug. 13, '60. The bii Republican speaker from this citv, or somebody else, currently reported in Spring field and other placet that I have rienied wri ting or having anything Ul (lo witn Uie (cue? that was recently published in the Magnet. over my signature, relative to brother John and cousin Abe Lincoln. I pronounce em phatically that 1 have never retrnrted from vhat I kare trritten. nor dn I intend doing to. rtird nttiied in letter M trtte. CHARLES HANKS. [For the Empire.] Pole Raising in Jackson. Previous to the meeting of Clubs in Farm- ersville, on Saturday, a number of the gallant Democracy of "old Jackson" met at Mr. R, Kktrow's and raised a splendid Hickory, up ward of a hundred feet in height, on which floats a banner, inscribed DoroLAs:, Johnson and Vel.L. Our gnlliint representative's Sicecll is highly appreciated and already some Repub licans have said, "VatJ-'i about right, and is just the man." Jackson is fully on the qui T. .fcThe following resolution was adopted by the Democracy of Lemon township, But ler county, at their meeting at Middle-town on Monday lust lietolretl. That we, the Democracy of Lcni' on township, in meeting assembled, do unani mously indorse the nomination ot tne lionC. I Vallandigliam as a candidate for re-elec" tion to Congress in this (the third) Congres sional district ot tlhio. Sixth Congressional District. The Democracy of the Sixth Congressional District of Ohio comprising tho counties Brown, Clermont, Highland and Adams have nominated Chilton A. White, Esq., i Brown county, for Congress. He is at pres ent a memlier of the State Senate of Ohio, and is a worthy and popular man. Union Committee for Montgomery. ery. We have been requested to publish the fol lowing "Union Central Committee for Mont gomery county:" Joseph Clegg, Charles E. Clnrke, Thos O. Uowe, lames Johnson, ir., jonn m. neii, J. W. W ise, and William Uunckcl. Jftg" There is a "visible admixture" of ini provemcnt in the Journal this morning; but the improvement consists more in the emull amount than in the quality of the articles published a doubtful margin upon which calculate future operations, and not half reliable as the weather. Douglas to Visit Indiana. The Indiunpolis Sentinel is advised that Judge Doi ulas will pass through Indiannoli on his way to Illinois, early in September. Movements for Bell and Everett. if The Constitutional Union organization, fnends ot Ki ll and l-.vcrett, in JU'liois, have made the following nominations lor electors: For the State at large M. V. Johnson, .lo llnviess: II. i. Woodson ot Oreen. 1st District H. 8. Riinchett 2d " John (i. Rogers. 3d " -Josiah Snow. , . 4th " Alexander O. Frick. 5lh " 0. M. Irwin, tilh " I). A. Brown. 7th " John Cofer. 8th " K Noland, Hth " W. J. Yost. HTATB TICKET. . For Governor John T. Stuart, of Sanga mon. For Lieutenant-Governor Henry C. Black- burue ot itocU island. For Secretary of State JamesMonroe, Loles. For State Auditor Jas. D. Smith, of San- yam on. They expect to give that ticket 40,000 votes. In Indiana the Rockts)rt JJemocfut savs that Bell will beat Lincoln badly in Spencer Coun ty, and the rcw Albany Ledger declares that in that (Floyd) ccunty Bell will have three tour votes to Lincoln s one. He Goes for Douglas. if he we the are Col. Thomas Shirley, said to be the first man in Chicago to come out in favor of the President, and in opposition to the course of Douglas on the Kausas question, has been addressed by sundry citizens of the town named, order to discover what line of conduct he pro posed to follow in the present compaign. Colore! replies that he supports and defends tbe Administration, tbat tie approves and dorses the nomination of Breckinridge Lane, that be is an out-and-out supporter tbe Jeff. Davis resolutions, but that he is for Douglas, and that he recommends every one else the same course here U part ot bis oracular response: "But when you ask me what is the duty the Democracy of Illinois in the present con test tor the presidency, men sink uito insig nificance, and I only see the greut Democratic party, though divided, struggling against common enemy Republicanism and I out amidst the gloom, the Jot of the Democ racy mutt and tkall be defeated. Illinois shall never be conquered; Illinois, the gener ous gill of my native State, Virginia, never be numbered with those nngratetul States that have, unhappily, forgotten the lesaoni inculcated by their fostering niotiiert In this battle I again repeat the cry: 'Virgiuia for constitutional liberty for constitutional liberty, for Democracy and the Union!' To this end I shall, there fore, with heart and hand, with might main in the State of Illinois, sunnort the State and Electoral ticket of the Douglas Democra cy. Every honest Democrat must do same. Anv other course is the consummation of folly the very climax of fatuity. Then remetnber when in November next yoo your triumph over the common enemy, my voice shall be heard in the ehoat that ii again for the Democracy!" be we to He Three of the throng of young girla strewed flowers in the path of Washington he passed through Trenton, N. J., in linll. known to be still alive. One ia vet in Tren ton, one ia the mother of Senator Cheatnut, south Carolina, and one, Mrs, naran Hand, reside in Cap May county, N. J. Dedication of The Ranche! We are requested lo announce, that . THE DEMOCRATIC RAN'CHE, , erected by the Democrats of this city, will be rdicated SATURDAY, AUGUST 25t1i. Tho County Contention will meet on that day, sad it ia intended to also dedicate The limn he, and at night, to have a Grand ' TOIlOlt MGHT PROCESSION. The "yerer-Slrept" and the "Hngrrif II the Itemocralio Clubs in fhe County will oin In the procession. SPEECHES Will he made by Hon. C. h Vai.i.amhohar "d o.hers. Come, Democrats, and let your foes know by your flashing lights, your loud hur.ias, by yonr enthusiasm, that yon are determined MONTGOMERY SHALL ItK REDEEMED! It all who desire the faithful enforcement f the laws of the land, come! Let all who believe that our Government as formed by the heroes of the Revolution, can continue to exist and prosr, cornel 1 t all who arc op)Kwed to the sectional and ungerous creed ot JflacK Jicpmmcantsm, come! . - i . ' Let all who believe that the people are capa ble of self-government, come! Let all who lire willing to stand by the "nion, and tho Constitution, the rights of the States and the sovereignly of the people, come! Let all who would cheer on the patriotic ause, cornel Let the young men, who look to a glorious future for the Republic, and who desire to perM'tuate our lilierties, come! I'ome aa tlio waves if una alien imrlea are atratnlifl, 'olue aa IIm wiiiiIscoiiip w Ihmi fure-ta Hie rifi'linl, 'nnia aa frifnien if mie when llinre iaullnmu lo five, uniaaa Iroa dfiiiiN'raia with alniiiK lu-nrla ami liraie." [For the Empire.] Perry Township. In accordance to previous notice the Dem ocrats of l'erry Township met ut the usunl place ofnoliting elections, anil organized by appointing Amos Clark, Jr., I Imirroan, ami Jkssk Woiiaman, Secretary. Whereiiin they appointed delegates to attend the Democratic I onventinn lo bo held in Dayton on the Zotu of August, IntiO, via : Amos ( lark, sr., Jesse Wognmnn, Joshua Shock, Henry Taylor, Jereniiuh Miller, Amos Clark, jr., Peter Sowders, and Christian Gent- AMOS CLARK, Jr., Ch'n. JESSE WOGAMAN, Sec'y. [For the Empire.] Van Buren Township. of f i The Democracy of Van Buren township ou Saturday, Aug. Mth, met at the usunl place of noiuing elections, lor me purpose ot apjioini- uig delegates to represent them in the I'ounty Convention to be held in the Democratic Ranche on Snturduy, the 25th of August On motion, llAVin Sntiikr was culled to the Chair, and P. C Loxn, Jr., was appointed Secretary. On motion, the fullowing gentlemen were chosen delegates by acclamation: lr. v m. fcgry, John 1-anver, sen., David Snyder, James S. Lehmon, J. F. Harrison, Jacob Shrover, L. Miller, Ilenrv Swndner, jr. On motion, it was llewlted, J hat the town ship have power to fill all vacancies in ease anv ot the delegates are ansent On motion, it wns ltemleed, Tlmt the del gates be instructed to support no man for any county otfice who does not yield a hearty sup port to the nominees of the Democratic Na tional Convention and straight-forward Doug las and Johnson men.' ' lleaoleeil. That tho proceedings of this meeting be published in the Daily and Weekly - DAVID SNYDER, Ch'n. P. C. LONG, Sec'y. [For the Empire.] Miami Township. or of of or Pursuant to the call of the Democratic Central Committee of Montgomery county, the Democracy of Miami township assembled at the 1 own llall in .Minmishurg on Saturday, August 2Hth, to elect eight delegates to attend the County Couveutioii on Saturday, August Ziith. The meeting was organized by electit g Skvwoi k Ykaskl Chuiruiuu, and A. J. E.uixu- kr Secretary. The following delegates were elected: Sey mour Yeasel, Lewis Mens, Henry Stetller, A. J Eminger, Frederick Hoover, Jacob Kugle, in. U uetter and Solomon llutt Alternate Wm. (iondv, Knm'l Mays, Geo. McLcuu, Aurou Thomas, Jacob Zimmer, Geo. Keiser, Peter W. Eugle and Joniithnn Mel- hard. A. Clny, Esii., offered the following resoln tion which was unanimously adopted: Jletolred, That the Democrats of Miami township know their duty and will faithfully discharge the same at the coining election. The following was offered by Jacob Zimmer and adopted ununimonslv: liemleed, That th nomination of C. L. Vallakdiuham by the Central Committees of Butler, Preble und Montgomery counties meets our hearty approbation and that wc will use all honorable and fair means to insure his re election as Representative of the Third Dis trict on the second Tuesday of Octolier next 'Hie utmost good feeling prevailed in the Convention and with a good counlv ticket "Old Miami" will roil up one of ber old fush ioned majorities. On motion, the nroceedinns of the Conven tion were ordered to be published in the I )ay Empire. No other business being before the meeting SEYMOUR YEASEL, Pres. A. J. EMINGER, Sec. [For the Empire.] Jackson Township. 'a- and or go ing to a of the cry shall sal utary war Illi nois and the pro claim Illi nois who as are Pursuant to adjournment, the t'lub met tliu apixiiuteil time, and was called to order by the President, John F. Gross. After transacting tlia business of the Clnb. on motion of (ieo. W. Sliiyer, the Club pro ceeded t the election of di-legatqs, U) attend the County Convention on the 2 ith. ' A motion to appoint four alternates in con nection with the regular delegates was carried. qii motion, (eo. V. Mover, Klihn Thomp son, John V. Gross, Warren liurtiness, .Mussulman, John Fuls, aud llr. Jiiuies Leslie war appointed as the regular delegates said Convention. ' On motion. John Kinrick, John Weaver, F. Thompson, and Robert Tundorff were ap pointed alternates. tin motion, the Club then proceeded nominate a regulur Democratic candidate Justice of the Peace, for Jaekson Township. On motion of llr. James Leslie, a amended, the following resolution was uuaniinously adopted: . ' ..'''.:; Jletoleed, That the Democracy of Jackson Township hereby declare C. Mrssiif.UAN, the regular Democratic candidate for Justice the Peace of Jackson 'Township. The convention was then addressed by Mussulman, Dr. Leslie andJ. F. Thompson. tin motion a eommitlea of one was appoint ed in each school district to poll the voters all parties residing in tbe same, and report them to Secretary of the Club by next meet ing in Farmersville, John Wikon,' John Gross, Henry Peters, II. Ketrow, C. Mussul man, D. Stirckulayer, John Apple, Jacob Peters aud Geo. M. Mover, were appointed aa said committees. On motion tlia Club adjourned to meet New Iebanon ou Thursday evening, August JOHN F. GROSS, Pres. ELIHU THOMPSON, Sec REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. Rill 1'KK.SlliENT: HTKI'IIKN A. DO U O I, AH, Ot II.LINOIfl. ' ' v R VH'E I'IIEHIHRNT: HERKCHKiLL V. JOHNSON, vr iKRtetA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. . KoK tdJl'HaMC H tm. THOMAS .1. M. HMITII, ot iiarnimrav. roR ATTUHNKY CIKNEHAt, 1). W.HTAM11AIJGH, or Ttar ASAWAa. fOM MKMHKR or lUiAHU nf Pt'llMO WORKS, AHNEK 1.. ItACKUH, or lV( . PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. rus vns atATs av laqb. RriUfHIM MKYKH. of Mark County. WILLIAM H. WlHlliM, of I.i. kina-I.UiiinCT. II1STAHT SMCi-TiiMa. tat Piatrict Ww. J. Ki.aisi, of llinnlllon isiunty. a. I JfrMi of HniniKon ootinty, Sr.t ' 4ih Mil " nth ' ltd " sill mli ' imh " mh " 1-iih " Li.h ' l"h ' lf.Hi " Huh rub " lnh " imh anil iilst Jco M. l"ix, of FnUo.iiitjr. Hn n H. Wu.Kra. tf HhoW.y nountr. fcrtw !il Hum rmi.i, nf lU-nry pmmty. aSkvi-ok A. Imvmr, of Brtmn i-ounty HtMii i CorrMkMtOf fny'tUf county. (.fiiRuB f. Mti m, of I'flftwni county, Chmtkm Mott, of WyHiidtl county, I. Jam rt.tif jM kMrn county. Jamf M. Milmh, of M !! county. HAxru. P. Kohtk, of KntnklincoiiDty, Willi ah v itiiN, of im-ip county. Jit is Kku.ixio, of AMilniKl county. Nh hi'I.ah V, Jo-", of llnliwrtcoimtv. Atm Lay if, of Wiihintfton county. Wii.mm H. Kr'-MHim, nf Itchuont county. KA1I. K. t'ARTVn, Ot HlUMlllltCtrUlll), Tii tti ya l. Aioi, of I,okr county. I-E.tnoi A. How.!), nf Aolttntjulft. ( kohob W'fWii, of Jcllron. fmti roNunPAM, I,. VAIJiANDIOHAM, or no-iTtMJitr.ar, INDEPENDENT. FOR JlTKlR Or TH K Ht PKRIOR rot'RT, l)ANIi;l. A. IIAYNKH. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Tht lr.niocniti f Mont(foincrv"ntv r reitiet ti to me. t the tiKiml jiIhc of hol.ltnff fllnw in (In ncvcrni I ownNniim in da oouiiiy.iknu in mu-ii oi uh? W Hrd- n citv ni imvion, hn KATinthaiv. ArornT 1. !. AHftVloi'kp. in. in tti(ipvcnil lowtifihipR). nnil 8ocok p. m. in cum nnm ui ifiion, ior hip iiirM.n in cntruv ins leh,fc:it-n to rt'iiifrM-nt them in 'unty Oonrcntion, to tsf hclil Hi tllH IH'IOO.THtH' KrinclH. HO' IU iruC I f.wiion in I'fvii'ii, (IS HAlVltl'AV. ATCilNT 1H.vf. K: h Town-tni in itc- onlitih e with forintr m1n o) rtitrtntioni will tfciitiiliil to viifht.itnil each Ward in Ilnvliin to Iwo iiclciiiicit. liv uimnnnoiin Mitrccincnt of HwOntrl rommittwn of rrclrlc Under irni Montoincry count ict, mk well hi tlic unttninimiH ticriin of Mi nciniK'rwy of tli liintrtct, Hon. Clkmknt Ii. N'ai.i.amuoiiam, our orcricnt Mc nncl ctflcicnt Ut'iirc-cntntivc, um tccn diH-liirpfl (lie Lhmiio- -.nuic immiiUfitc Gr t'tmirn'f-i, (y nochti nation. Jiv oc nt ih ('(.inin,Ui-, JONATHAN KK.NNKY, Chairmn. GOOD DOCUMENTS FOR THE CAMPAIGN! Tim preprietnlN nf the llnytnn KnalaR itealirn pilb li.lnnK hIhii-iIv a tinnilier nf imhtii-nl UiN-unieiilH, aiuta lile for itii4lrlbiilioli ill the i-aillliujil, at the tulluailig pru-ei: 4 jmn ilwniiienla, par hnmlreH 4 ' " ' tllOIIBlMl 5 M 11 liimclri-il S it ! Iholllll'l M " " " hiirairefl 12 14 l-Miii-yind in " " ImiHln-il Ill tllllUMIII'l , 3 .'" , 1 M , fl (ll . 1 4' . 8 M ,. 1 .. 11 IIU Then nrii-e. are na i-h-1111 aa llie iliM'liuienla i-an l pun l;iiiM-l in Wii-tiin,'to,L AiniiUK th dueuinelila a). ri-u'lv i-t-lai-atl. Hn-: I. KHMmht-a of DnuKfiiant Bunher Hill and Snrntogn rjiringH. 11. The rinlf'inna a.liiilel l.y the four partii Di-lniK-ralio, Haia.ioii, HeulitK.an Bii't t'nion. III. l.iia-i.ln Kih hiiiHirti'ra ami riatfurin; eom. rtoai-il ennn-ly of exinii-l-. fnnn the in-x-Iii-h ami wri uii-i. of iiii-iiih.w iironnni-nt in lulvni-Hhnii Ina i-ln-tion. Ilnlara from n ilialmlt-o ure aolk-iUit, unit wilt be iruiiii(ly ntteii'ii'ii lo. The vi'ii-iiiim nmnahip rlulw In Montgomery county ni. lira) amuiM.-!! 10 ni'Oil ill oniera. The tnomy in till com muaj acajtnpa.il the order. Democratic Clubs in Montgomery Co. IiAvroa Urmotrati" Cl.ra, Ofncpra: Preairlent J. A Jnrlan: Vine I'n.ant 11118, A. V. Holer anil W. It. (ill Irsjins Treti.nri.r, Win, f'ickey; gii-retiiries, John A llll-ki-v . Mlrlliu-I ('al-l.Trv: Kxi-ntiva IV.mmillt.a. II M. Avrea, llr. J.A. Wallera, Jlitige J, H . Haffirott. Jona tlinn Kenny, A. V. Holer mulT. F. Threnhir. Meela Wi"liieiMlny anil Hnlcr-lay evaninga, at Jlemoeralic Iliaulinir Itnoni, on Jwrteraon atreet. "IIiaht lir.aiH-BTii- i'i.i-b," IrnttrviU. Waithtnqion Tinrnihip Ollk-ari: FriHitlent, M.J. HwiMlouar; Va-e I,resich.iit..Iuiiie.. Hlftnaell; Trpiiaiirer, John Norria; Sei.-n-tafy, John MdirHW.I Kxeontive t'oinmilli-e: llr W. P. Jiliupa, M. J Ha iiilner mid Alejuunlt-r Taylor. Cluh ina..n every oilier 8iitunliiy night, at -Tatmiiany Hull," (VnterviHe. "Union Natioxii Prhim-h&tio fYra," Xhiion, Ha pJ;. 7i.)i.Aiu dini-era: Pr. H. Ilimkina, I'lv-iil.-ul: Henry Siirll, Vi.-a l'ri--oit-fit; I r. H. HivhikIit, Treaa- urer; Thco. I. Khv, Heorelury, Ko time of i nee ting mennou'Hi in jinjceetinif - Van Burm 7"'.cnAi( 'irrl'-erx: Prc-titlelit, P. C Long, jr.: Vice President,.,. J. Hhroyer; Treasurer, John Hun nr. el Hi'retniy, J. M. Ix'fcver. t'lub meets once a week. "Drum innr ri.t s,' Itanium 'Pumxhip t itflcers: PYesi.lent, I. (. Fit' h; Vice President, Mum'H Maiquis; He, retiuy, W. 11. llellvilte; Trea.-"iirer, (ico. Wogtuunii. Kieeutive t'lunmittee, Jncoh Rigler, tleome Curtis. lewlM Netf, J. H. McChiry, Wm. J. M. BuN helder, Club meets every Thurstf iy evening, alternately iu liiivtoii View unit Miami City. 'Yorso MitKi'BV cli'b." Dotfan tftlcers: Presi ilent, L. L. t.illeliind; Vice Presxlenls, John Htephnus, Wm. Turner; Trca.-urer.los. .wmler; Kecrehirief. clem ent L. riHuniniin, J. K. Hotlnieyer. Meets every Thum dnv t'Veiiing, at such places as hiay ttedesi glutted by the Club. "OaicnoN InrocaTir ri.ra, Dation Officers: Pres ident, John H. Htoppman; Vice Presidents, Norman Love, Francis Hiikhi.hk; Heerctones, A. 0. MHrshHll, Win. Leon nurd; Treasurer, ltanicl Thoni. Meets at 1'ook's Hull, corner of W'tiyne and Riclutrd streets every SfUurluy evening, at H o flock. "Ihihh firu'iM batiu Clis,' iJvo Officers: Presi -dent, John Crowe; Vice PreniileutM, James Kelly end M. (till; Treasurer, John HhirhK-k; Heeretaries, P. O'Connell, JiuncM CarUiry, Cluh meets every Friday evening, at Nivou's Hull, comer 1'irst and iSt. Clair nt. aLouii.AS I'iipclah KovrarjitNTT Cu b,'1 Ilarrttbura, Hmui'Jjih 'ftn nntnv Othcers: F'resident, ). J, Jackson; lee I'resiUent, J. K. Aid alter; Hecretary, Javid Ilrtuer; Treitsurer. Chnstoiiher Hen. Ihiiil..ui 1kmih'Hsti: Cu b," V-iirmermM, Jackson T'MHhift Ofticers: Prea'dent, Ji1id K. Groawt Vice fre-tideiit, c. tiuMMimi(n hi ni n. w. Mover, Treasurer, J. TiiomprHin; Hwretaries, Khhu Thompaun, and tatvu rnriy. aiee one m weea. "CHARGE ALONG THE LINE!" II 0X. C. L. YALLASIHGHAM, Dmocrall Cnndlclt for Congrau, at - Will iu11i'jhs the jeole at tho following time aiwJ itlik-ex: , At Hl'ltl NtiBOlin. Tuesday. Ainust ilst. nt 1 o'clock At KUANK1.IS, Wam'B co. tnty, Tuetiey, August Jlr-t. al 7 oVI.h k. At CAMMKN, Prelrle eoimty, Wethvestluy, Aunist Kd, t 7 o'dtK-k. At W KM'f KLKTOS, Saturday, Heptenilw Sdi, at o'clta k. A line hickorv tMilowill be raised. At WEST ALKXANhltIA, PreUe oouiily, Thura dav. Aii'iint -UnU. :it H o'cl,H-k. At rillLI.II'.-hlKi.. (Clay Township,) on Thursday, AIIVUM 4 MI, Ul 1 O CIOCK, At llos'iuN, liidiuntu (neiir tlw PrcUe line) Friday Auvust -'U-t. nt 1 o'.-l.H-k. t f HAMBKIOHUCi). Friday, Auut iMh, at O cl'M-K. At "K(Ht MILK HOrKK," Vim Duren Township, Homntiiv. K'i' ernl-cr lt. At LIHKICI V, JerleiYoa lownsh'iri Tuotdny, AugUM tm, UL 1 O C IOC 14, "CHARGE ALONG THE LINE!" DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. to J. Will l.c held ut the follow um ti inert and nlacea: Atthe VAN Hl'ltKN HOTKL, Van IJuren township, Haturday. KctitoQiher 1st. at in o't loclc. C I. Vallau- dihaiu und Hon. Win. Allen will spoak. At WiMiDHl HSt Wabhuuctou toMiiship. Hnturdar. Auuit isth, at 1 o'cltsk. Mesatra. J. A. Joidan and Nijlau wll Mp'iik. Candidates. . of of F. in .Term of announcement Tico froUart im advanex. October K lee (Ion. fit. Empirt: I'lease aiiiit-uiu e that the name of C. Hi'ssa will tie presented to the lenHsTslic Convention aa a candidate tor ttoniinatioiifor County Auditor. Mr. HrpES (a n oid and reliable Ueniocrat, and well quail lied to u.forin thu duties of Um ortVe. MANY CIT1KENB. Mi4Misat ao. Ainrust lft. lHtitt. fit i. Emuite: Please lneit in the KiirikJ., the name of Jvii Zimmks, as a proiiiiueut man to reseut to the sVMMiitH'raUc oitniy itnveiiiun, as a oanaiuaie Kr noin iiutiiou for t'ouuiy Atuiitor. M r. StiiMHca, oih haviuit fMrtoiiniMl Uie duties of said onVe, and Ijemit an eiuwl enl tsiliara.a sound lieu ns rat, and wull ipiahlied toper forin th duUea of said ottW, will ba aa vxuallent man to present lu aald Oouveutiou. aiilo A OOOD Pl(rt'AT, 6f. Kmtire: Plcaso announce (hut the name Joh I.iaa, of Kuudoiph l4oinp, will br ju'esented lor 4 sjiniliussioner, suti1 to tlia deetsioO of live 1hiiiu ucutaj County Coii.votloll. HUstu KtU. Knpisx Jahm Kullv ia a candidate ft,r lh of fice of Whieky Insias'tor, anttretrt miluHUuaUun ty the lBio'nttnj tuuty Convention. auju EtU. E'tipire: Plwise announoe tho name of P. O' (auANBLL as a eaudiiUUe for Wtiivky Inspector, suljet lo the dti'ision of th lvuiorHUu Couaty Couventiuu, iuidul.ii - MAAY Vuih.Ua. News Items. A. 0. Middle, Ei , of Cleveland, was nomi inated as a candidate for Congreaa in the lijth congressional district vice E Wade, on Fri day the 17th inat A child, boy nhont five year old, was killed at Cleveland on Friday last, by the backing of a train on Siiierior street. The Newark Amrriran reports a net in crease of receipts ol canal tolls at inai piace over the same period last year, of $.'1(1.1. The present activity seems to have reached the anals. Five hundred tents and two pieces of brass ordnance, captured in Mesico, have been ta ken from HarrHburg to York, Pa, to be used at the iilitary encampment next rnontn. The Chicapo Democrat sav it is believed that the amount offrain which will be receiv ed at that point during the year commencing August 1st, IMi.it, and ending .inly 41, i"tn, will tie 50.00(1,000 bushels. Uf this about 23,000,000 will be wheat. Steps aro in proercas for the organization of a company in London, with a capital of Cflu,000 to be devoted to the purchase aim settlement of lands in Illinois. The Chicago 1'rem learns that the drouth has seriously injured the corn crop in all the counties in that State south of tne Ohio 4 Mississippi raflroaiL Many fields will not bo worth harvesting. 1 here is a dwelling house at the corner of North and Clark streets, iioslon, wbu-n may safely claim to be one of the very oldest in the United States. It was built in'lG-17, and is still in tolerable preservation. A new daily tiauer, to bu called the Evening Ihillelin. is about to appear in Columbus. It is to be published by an association of print ers, and to be independent. The official majority for Barrelt for Con gress in St. Louis over lllair for the short term is 1 4 i. Special Notices. y Th ZoatTt RanKcra will uirci fta,j5 o thr Hull, (over Lnfcc Ht4iri?,) Imip even iiijl Ht H oVIock. Atl the men il sen arc rcijii'ricI to I e picwnliin Uiineriii uf iiiiMtiUUH will Ik brouuht ni. J. n. L?fU J. , - A luvftlbl Kipcturnt Ir. ftSEHnM'n Hnlfftm hiw rweiYwJ more weiwrhty in don?motitn than any oMier OoiiK" mcthcin" bpforc tlie put J in, com pri ning the names of Pliyt-iciwia and (ler- itynirn, attesting it nipcnority ur tho cure or ('cm tu m pi ion In alt its vanoiisnlK )y 'M t-,, WantcdsKverr out to know, that of S-sA 'ortre M. Iltvon A ao.,cnn If bought the tie4 8piral rtprinia; Hei pter otR-red to the ptiUH'.at the atiro of M. tiHMBR, corner of Keootul and Mwn street.. lMyton,Qliio. iy'iTd'iw ... Ornament In Every Family K!fi The new and beautiful art of T ran nf erring Colored or linm Rngrarin, Lithogrnphs, Amhrotypei etc., on to GtaHM, Marl J cor Wood, Kent free to any addreaii, on receipt of itocpiitu or Htnm( to tyU.lnwml OEO. W. PLACR, 77r. Bromlway, W. Y. a 1 If yon would hart loniethln 2 extra in the laj(itprrcotype, Ainhrotype or Photopjaphic line beadvieed aud go to "KKBOUM'8 PALACE CF AUT, Market House. Ho la the only Artist engaged In this buMnewi. octtt New Advertisements. 1 We Must have Room mo receive a atoc k ofHTEl N W A V 4 WINS' celebrated PIANOS, And for this nimoso will sell oft a lot of Chiekerintt A Hons' and I Mi n hum Pinuon at verv low prices. ISow is the t'me to buy, us whi-Ii to gel rut ot them, aultldlw ( HAS. KLI,S,t;or.;td A Jcff. rson sts. Medical College of Ohio. THE Regular couraeof Lcctnrea In this fnatittitir.n will coiiiineiife la-tnlier i'i, ia'll, Hti.li-otitiiiiie until the latter part of FebfiMry. '61. ('linical Lei-liireautlhe lluapit;)) will eonimeiw-e en Hie tirat uf October tuid coil' tiiius during the College Term. I'1 acuity: Otvtetrics and Dlnenup of Women and Children, , M. H. WICIII1IT, At. V. anriff-ry and riiniifil Hiine-rT, GKUHUK ('. BI.ACKMAN, .M. P. I'rm-tiee of Mwlicine, , - JAMKtt UKAHAM, M. D. ! Anatomy, W. W. DAWSON, M. I). PlivaioloirT and Patliolojfr, , J. F. IllllllKHll. M. II. Mnterin Alodii-u. J. (I. KF.KVK, M. D. f'hemiMtryimd Tu.iiioloiry. t HAKI.KS O'l.KAHV, JlTD, iH-monNtmlor, JOHN H. B1M.INUN. M. D. Proawlor lo Prof. Suriii-i'v, CHAHLKs TIUIKNTllN. M. D. Profeaaora' Tii-kala, en-li fin no .Millnellliltion ln-Kela ... b INI lleinouslralora' Ticket - ti mi Uuidiiation 2fl Oil Uod Uaintuisr irom :lto.'i. aa.Hoapilal lalviuiliiuea uli.iirpaaaHil. aii21dnwlf M. K. llll.HT, M. I)., Penn. The First of the Season. 3STEW FALL GOODS, D. W. Winters', Xo. 04 Main St Jt now opening an ITnuaually Attmoti v ntocK or iseitniimi mua novti FALL GOODS! CALL AND SEE THEM, I No. O-l Main Stremtt SiliiOiUw OPPOHITI TBX COURT HOl'SB. ARRIVED HOME. MR. P. A. LAKKE has just returned from th East with a lariie assortment of good in Ins tine, anil among his Wii tehee you will rind the celebrated makes of II. Jj. Mart lie's Chronometers, Henry Hock, Julc Haiuui. Jules Jurireusen. Jame htoildui'd. H. lu John. on, John Hidiards, ami, aJo other celebrated makers. A hire asaortmenl of American Watches, eiise I to his order. He is also the only aifeut for the telebrated ma ker of the Jules HiiKiH iiin Watches atnouu wlueh ha is induced to sell some as low as sixteen UoHtirs, and ffiiaraute them to keep Kood time on Dm railroad or aiy w here else, if not they nmy be retunietl. Also, a wra:v iMnin.ioeii m i 'ihmiuuuh ami orner Jewelry. His Mire stiver ware is manufactured to order and stamped w ith his own mime, a loch he Kuaranteea etpud to coin, ilia plud ware ii iuaiiutturturd by Koaera Bm. His goods are bought exclusively for cash from the importera and nianulaeturers, whieheiudiles htm to sell as ehenp, not only as any retailers, but as any ioMiers in uie i won. tie riaenritl theservicesuf Mr. ItusseP, who is uu of lie si watcliioukers iu the. United Butie.. and if he repairs a watch there u no ettmitig lnwk for the detioiency ff his wnrktnati-hip . Any fine watch left in nis ear, ne ) wunnK hi pay douUe the oost should M r. K. tail to repair thvui as welliui miy worknuui in the Dinted Mtates. Ytai will tinl hi in at the old stand next to th M. K. Chim b, Third street. Orders token lor nair worn. auudawm Oysters. Fresh Baltimore Oysters AT JOHN KOPP'S SALOON, NO. 43 JEFFESSOX ST. BETWEEN ad lad, UAVTtlN, OHIO. IJIHK8H OYHTBHS a III ! raaaivaif trnrn Ihia itay forwartt at Uia ulaive Haloon, alit-n-tlu-y i-iui la-ubtiuiu-d ly Ilia van or avrveit up tu suit tilt- UI.U ul atl. aulTilam Nursery. of DAYT ON ISTTTRSERT FEUIT GAUDEN, K. Ohmer, Proprietor, DaytoM. 0. STRAWHKHUIKft! WARRANTED P(iRR AND IJ.NMIXKD. McAvoy Huuperior, Hovey Hcetllini, Hurr's Mew Pine, WaMhitiKion or Iowa, Houth Hurr SutaJliug, large early tkarlet, aiid Pettbudy 'a uw laut Alt th above are superior varieties, any of which will otiMtnu a me luuowina uriws:-xa ewnia imr UuauU! I.uo iter 1'sJ, 14.00 per mm), and jn r l.tssj. leaiers suppiici ut tfreutiy retliii el prices. Orders If It at V. It. Lussier'a. J. W. IJtet rich's i the Kst ii if Huloou in tlia PasrteiiKcr Iepot, iaytuu, Uhli, will be promptly ami oareftilly antamlod to. Orders from adifsbus e will lie put up with such oare tlud they would be ourriml, without hnury, to any part of the (Muted Uta, Also ouui Red Antwerp Hsvp beny PlauU. r ani Real Estate Agency. CHAS. K. CIAKXE, . ! REALE8TATE 1 1 AND GENERAL AGENT, ClKfl' UniMing, Third 8trt, WILL nut und H1 on pnmminton, IIpbI F.nt of nil km'Ot, ltono, ItHwi Wnrrnnt", Note, Mort iT",T", A'., nmki llcctlonn und nciMmt Iohiih. Wit) Ins-Kin LmiiI Wiii-nuitA, tntir mMTty nt rciMonMMt n!" tn(roo,lf'1,,F,,n' 'oinnntcei, und Ho njrcnfntl ucncT Mini ciiniiiiNilon bnwneHii MNochir' unlMMt nlo n'i. IAL K. A comfortnUp Iwo utory Brick Iw. P Una MtiuM on Hnnih Mrt, nwr Mrown, oontun iitt( t roolim.crllur, well, tinJI, jMUvhcn, hIhMc, onrtiHi;A hoii. w'Krfl ionMx'hnrc' fnut of inrioiip hind, Lnrirn M with lmnlioiiie lmiti4Mry mid nclofetJ with n inn fane. Thnt proirlT dcniniwy locmcti, ncitif wr in TriKt, und but thrt- dimr from tit mrkct. It will tie iold at ft I mi run in. Kii-unre of CIIAH. K. ('LA KK K, KlU bfliawt A(Jt, Sf nt. Ij1:tRALK. -14 acres, 8 nntcs from the eity -west HundsorrtetwO'Sior- brick housej new eclliir, well iMKtrti, '., iff km! frsmn barn, an I out-honncs; choioo fruit of every ilcwriptmn. tft ijunltty oflnnd. CIIAH. E. CLAUKK. Kcal Kttal4 Aent, Tleag's Hnildin,l st. f.RHALKOR KKNT.A very convenient lYimie r )oum-, if a Rooms, Hta)4e, ocntd within a ftr intnutes wnlk of the centre of the city. Will tie sold on live yeer's time or rented to a good tenant. "I'M Art. K. t)LA RKfcCTrunUtjwt. T.1ARM KOR HALK 10 acres miles from New f :stine, Dark t-ounty, and nitlea from Brown's si.U lm on the P. A W. It. H , Ltnucres under flue culti vstion. (tood fmine liwelling; frsmo Inm. Am, a hewd log dwelling, tiood on-hanl, 9 springs and a creek of running witter through ttie plsce, I'stl bottom laud, and the ImWrre IichI tputlity of second bottom. This its rlrst-rai Furm, and wilt ls sold i er eent ' les than interior land lias At:tuulty aold for in the vi cinity. ALW), 1 IT arcea I mile west of Hidner, on a fine road. Tft a.T4'B under eultivation. ComturtAtile frame dwelling. houe of a rooms. Well, c.iftern, on-hard, o, J mw id gtHKl quality. JOO acres near Miamtstsirif. Fxcellcnt Land, at tout so resun lerrnitiv uion. rrnme House. Iiu'tfe tnrn and other oil iMiMugs. iitnnl Dn hard fco. , , . (UBO, 33 acres on the Nhakertown Pike, fnnr miles from the citv. Hundsoiue two-story fCHttifl hoime riHtttis. Kuie Iannis, tfootl lienrmK orchard, snioke-hoiise. Himni house, o., o. An excellent (puility of IhihI. Terms easy. 59 acres best nualilv. aeeond tmftom on the River Rosd 2 miles bcltfw the citv. Hi null frame house, good frame lMrn,orvtiard Vc, Will be sold low on very env isty meuts. ( IIA lv t'LARKK. Clegg' s Ridding. 3d street. ATsHO. An elegant country residence, mile from German town, comprising wt aires of excellent lam I in a hih stnte of eultivittion; a lmn1riome and eoinuifxlious brick dwelling, contHiuuig lt nxiius, recently built; lare lnk ham, snd all tho neceiary out-lHulding; 0 w n's in a vineyard in fine lMrinicuonUuont iafwrinff fruit troea of every variety; shruUery, Ao. AIo, a Is-autiful tih Hmn on uie premises, led ttv astretun of ninuuiir water: HIFHII lit IK'rCPl lllMfKT. T)ii Itroltertv in lliat Intalv ntrnnrl ml nmnnlnrl l.w Maj. M. H. Walker and is one of the hairdsometd and most deairalilc nlmwa of the kind in tha eoontv It tvill tstsirld at a tttirifain, arnton rmymeiits to snit" the pur chaser. Jelo tlll AS K. CLAKKK, Third st. Ai.HU, An excellent IV rm of 149 acres. T milea from the eltv. in Madinon township, 9ti at-rea under cultivation, Utl amo liestnftitntier hurosk, walnut, autfrir, hickory, flNh, o, GokI two-story brick house 4t rtanns; Inuiie tmm, lartfe orchnnlof trood fruit; running water. Koil niKuiuio acres ueat aeconu untom, hoitox'O gently rol ln wheat Und Cll AH. K. CLAHKK. Thuti st. ALSO, 40 a'res on theHlmkert.wn Pike, mile beyond the Asylum; well improved mid ls?stftiahtv of land; two sto ry frame house, o rortms, porches, wells, eellur, spring. Ac, with atsuit 7 acres of tindsr. There is a tan vard on the premises, with 4o vnta and everything complete. Also a tine Uti-ofsjiied atone quarry. Terms of nnyment CliAB. K. ULAKKa. FOR 8 ALTij. A convenient two story Brick I-wellina; on Jonea street, containinu 6 rooms, summer kitchen, cistern. wi.JI. cellar, HtaMin, Ac, with choice fruit. This property w ill is aoltl at a bargain if application be made soon, aa the owner wishes to remove from the citv. Knutiireol Jeri CIIAH. . CLAKKK, Third at. Choice Lot for Sale. V-tKYsuitaUefora Hotel. The lot in on the North Kast comer of Sixth and Ludlow nti '2-:tv1(Mi fneC Thisfn a location well adapted for a Hotel, and the prop erty is ottered at a price and terms to suit any one winning io purvnase. uiiAS. a n,AKhr jefl lnini street. DWELLING HOUSKH. OF every description and price. The following Is the location of some of them: r i kmt HTKKKT, ls?tween Main and JefTcrson; HKCOND 8TUKKT, below Perry Three fine dwell- "thtrh HTRERT " FOURTH HTKKET ' KIFTII HTKKKT, between Main and Ludlow; WII,KINKUN HT., Fouilhand Fifth: LUlLOW HTKKKT, Firat and Water; "Over the Rhine." SMITH HTRKKT, near Brown; JuNES HTKKKT, between Brown and Jefferson; GRKKN HTRKKT, Jeili-raon and Teeumseh, JACKSON HT., " Firth and Van Bureu; WAYNK HTItKET, South of Fiftbi ItAlMiRllXJKHT,, North of CLINTON 8TKKKT, nearThird; HKCOND HTRKKT. Kaat of Wetsstar. Thci are many of tliem very choice piecee of property and all are ottered low. I have besides those above euunieratel, a lure amount of very clioap property in CilAS. . CLAKKK, Real Estate Aaent. Clrg's UuddiUK, Third st. VACANT I)T8 in every part of theeity, for sale and tntdeoboap. jvM OlIAS. K. CLAKKK, 3d at. FLOURING MILL FOR SALE. KNOWN as the "Uinta Lock Mills," situated on Main street, near the centre of tho city of lqua. The Mill luixfoiirrun of stone; machinery till in complete or der. It has n I ii rue city and country custom, and being located on the Ciuud, and near Railroads, it osMeasea ureal advantages iu the receiving and shipping ot grain and flour. There is also connected with the almvea gowi saw mill, fulling mill, eanling, spinning and )swer looms, and a larKc ft yard The w hole is suppheil by an nUin ditut jsiwer from the Canal, at the low rent of 1-i-tO er year. The Klourinir Mill will lie aold separate, or the whole together, at a low price ami on terms the most reasuna HoiwUe. jylu CHAM. E. CLAKKK, 3d nt. CHEAP FARM, 1 (( ACRKH 16 miles Nortlt West of Union City, lUu Randolph county, Iud.,6miles fioiu the Be lie fo i name It si In ad, and y miles from the thriving vil lage of Ridgeville; mo a-res uniler cultivation and in crops; dwelling, out house, stanle, bearing on-hard, Ac, Ac. price tJuuu eash, or 914 an acre on time iay nieuts, A!.0, A splendid Farm of 4i;i atrea adjoining the aliove, kuown as the .Meak Farm;" this comprises l he richest body nf laud in the county, nearly Utaiiuires under enl tivation; tib rcree No. 1 l.ttom lml; good stin k water, tine oreliHrd, o. Buildings aud leiK-es in good repair. jVii CHA8. K. CLAKkK,.id at. Sawing, Planing: and Moulding Mill For Sale. IOC AT EH in a central iart of the City; vftcaut ground J attached. Twenty-live horse power-"Kiigitie with eiKirely new boiler, Pbiner, ttawa, Moidding Machine. Shutting, Ac, all in good running order. The property Will be aold low and on eaiy terms on application to CIIAH. K. Cl.A KK K, Third st., Uaytou. AliO, Severn) good improvcl Kiirms In Darke and Prelvle counties, olno; Ktuidoiph county, lnd., and Lftwreiiee county. 111., at pilous wilhiu the reach uf iUI, tuv from flu to iju Mr acre. Call and rend the description. jyau CliAH. E. CLARK K, Clegg'a Building, d st I MH KENT. A convenient Pwelling House on Urn, wooil house, stul)lc, &r., Ac. large lot with choice fruit ami nhruMwry. Po?ses-ion given August 1ft. Kit 4Uil-e ol ai iW CHAM. K. CLARKK, Third st. Graduated landi Secure Yonr Patents. IT Is highly inifiortant to alt those having land entered ( over a year that they should secure their patents without dehiy, mid thus peifcot ttieir UUea. J lui e sltcll armngeiiU'iitsas tobeaUe to gt all potent whether setllt loent ia iiituie or Hot. ocluirge unUl the iiatcut isdehvurtsl. aula CJ1AH. K. CLARKE, Third st. n esi .-conti mtver, conrnitnng 7 rooms, cellar, els. State Fair. Increased Premium! on Horsei & Cattle. 1) be exhitrited at the titate Pair at Payton, Hept. v& . toza, lawi. The Ohio HUite Boanl of Agncultum have deemed it expedient to change the Premiums ou Hweepslnkes, on linrsen and Cattle as follows: Best her 1 consisting of one hull and four Cows, all to la 01 one breed aud oa ued by the fixhiUkirs, a pre mium of. M 4ei!ind let do do (nt Best lireealuig Bull to tie exhibited with Ave of lus mUves not less titan one year old, a premium of tMl The premium on horses will be aa follows: Best Muliiou of any age or breed W MsJ-e " " , im) By order of the Hoard, JOHN H. KLII'I'AHT, outfKltawaw , CorresHnding Hecretiirv. Saw Logs Wanted. milR Klala rl.tanliif Aurli-ullura ili-i in to aat-i-rlain III In ull i..l.tl t 11 poM.ii.rn now iimiiv kiiw Hill iiv 1 on exniirilional Ilia llnvlon Klulti Fair. TlH-y Ut-aire ao lar aa lliay i-aii, hi inaka alraiiKi-nioills l..r lotfa tu ua aaail iulu luiiilr. Karmera iui.1 ollura who n-ai.tr mr llnyuiii, Hint wlio may ha.K Oml.T wliii-h tlli-v lie.ln. lo ll:lvcaiiMit ll.,i.'u rutiVf al Unit I'lno 011 I hi- Kairiloiiiiu,wuull do wnll hi lliiikn awli wiali knoiiloi. i.an.ui, Hiiairiiiiaslait ul tlx. Huw Kair UriMlli.la. Farim.ra raaniniu iH.Hr liavloll. ami w lioliavu aliliuililyofaiiH-ar-aiiaoiiiau.t,'l(-aii'iiiiloiava il mail. riK-liiriflliilo a.MMl iiioU.-.. uu ilia Kuir llrotiiHlailiiruiK Uiu t-Hirvuliki-hriii. i-alilwwi-oiiiiuoUlili-U l.y iiiaiuitf arnuiK.iii(.iu with r. Ilri-Kai. H) or-l. r of Ilia ll..,rJ! auhllawaw JllltN H. K l.ll'l-A H T, I or. Sk, 1,000 pra super iJistlnK Valter; tbKWKIl IIKKI. 1 II par pair. r. p, DuUul.ssu ro., u" 70 Msia .l-t.