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REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW YORK.R Kkw Yokk, Sfpteiuhflr 10. Sum. writ of habeas corpul in military oases were dis chrnrJ to-day under tha Prendviit'ii procla mation. A Washington letter says : "Th. subject of feeding disloyal cililom within the lines of our arm;, is enRaging the atWution of the President and cabinet. There ; are three hunched of such between the l'oto-l inso And the Rappahannock, who, beinjr des-1 titute, are living entirely on the contribution of our officers and soldiers. It is not impro-1 beble that hey will be sent to live on their friends in Dixie." The Commercial says the claim of rebel pri-1 Tateerinjr on the ocean to be treated as a leg-1 alized proceeding is soon to he tested in the Krench courts. A preliminary decision had already been rendered, whereby the British owners in London of the bar of silver stolen Lr the pirate Mudil from the ship B F. Uoxie, restrain the disposition of this properly, by Marcura A Co acting for the rebel firm of Fraznr, Frencholin Si Co , of Liverpnol. The value or the silver is about $100,000. Mar turn A Co., have advanced upon it about (40, 000, and being stolen property, they may not only lose their advances, but be impounded for damages to the rightful owner. The President of the civil tribunal tit Paris has is sued an order for the sale of the silver, and dlreated that tna proceeds shall be invested in Treasury bonds at six msnths, till the ques tion of ownership be decided. The Commercial' I Washington letter says it was lately proposed, in view of the Kansas troubles, to create that State, a portion of Northern Arkansas, and the border line ol Missouri, into a separate district, and place Major General Hunter in command- The change, however, has not been ruade, as the command was ollered to General Rir ney instead of Hunter and the former has de clined it. The Commercial Paris letter of Sept. 1st, says the Florida is still in the port of Brest loading. It is slated in the journals, that not only is she goin to be sei2cd by owners of certain French vessells burui'd by her, but her, but that for theburning of British vessels a British man of w:u is lying in wait for her All this, it is thought, will give time for an American armed vessel to arrive. Some of the officers of the Florida are now at Paris The funds and commerce have generally undergone a great advance in view of the certainty that peace is to be maintained in Europe. The next war, in the opiuiou of the majority, is to be with the United States; bnt that is too remote to n&ect business opera tions. New Yoke, September 16. The steamship Eagle, from Havana 12th, arrived to-night The rebellion in San Domingo continues, and troops are still being sent Robberies, mur ders, and incendiary fires, were getting quite common in Havana. The Anglo-rehel steam er Laura had arrived there from Nassau. She reports that two steamers had arrived at Nas sau from Charleston, and one from Wilmington. INTERESTING NEWS FROM REBEL SOURCES. FORTRESS Monroe, Sept 16 The Rich mond Dispatch, of to-day has been received, and contains the following: There was an engagement at Culpepper Sunday, and a ski-misti between cavalry at Rapidan Station on Monday, without any very definite result The enemy is crossing his infantry at Kelly's Ford, aud apparently con templtee an advance. Charleston, Sept. 14 The enemy is per fecting arrangements for the permanent oc cupation of Morris Island, erecting lines of telegraph along the whole island, converting Battery Wagner into a powerlul work, and enlargiog the bomb proofs, Ac. . They fire upon our boat9, plying in the harbor, from battery Gregg. Atlanta, Sept. 14 Generals Johnston and Forrest skirmished with the enemy near Dalton on Friday. Forrest was wounded. The Yankees advanced to Union Hill. General Wheeler had a skirmish near Lafa yette on the same day, and the enemy being loo strong fell back. A general engagement is expected, ueneral Kosecrans occupies Chattanooga. .. .... .. ;. SOURCES. WHEELER AND WILSON TRIUMPHANT. Cleveland, )., Sept 16 At the Ohio State Fair here, Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines were again triumphant, taking the first premiums. The Florence, Grover A Baker, Singer, Howe, and several other Sewing .Machines were in competition. THE MAINE ELECTION. Portland, Sept 16. Returns from two hundred and seventy-live towns give Corrv over 16,000 majority over Bradbury, while t ie reaiainig towns to be heard Irora will probably increase it The State Senate stands thirty Union to one Democrat I The House 110 Union to 31 Democrats. FROM WASHINGTON. , Washington, September 16. The fact thit a white Hag was lately seen flying over Fort Moultrie 11 not considered ot nnusual signt ticance, as the rebel flag itself is white with the escutcheon ot Unmn which is red, with blue cross stnddep with white stars. Those who are best officially accquaiutad with affairs in tbs neighborhood of Charleston attach but little importance to the statement. No orfi:ial information had been received up two o'clock this afternoon Irom that quarter. General Gilmora in an official communica tion says, thirty-six pieces of artillery were captured on Morris Island, and it is not impos sible that other still remain concealed. ACCIDENT ON THE WELLAND SHIP CANAL. St. Catharine's, Cavada, September 16. Four gate of Lock No. 23, Welland Cans), were carried away to-day by a propeller. Na vigation will intercepted for a number of day ' j ' . - - DISCHARGED ON HABEAS CORPUS. RocunTUB, September 16, Jude Hall, on th oaaes of minora en limed without the cod aent of parent, brought before him on Aa beaM car put, baa mad an order discharging them fram the service. Their case originated io Orleans and Monro counties, and war argued by S. E. Church, of Roc better. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM THE RAPPAHANNOCK. I j Army or tub Potomac, September 10 The enemy contests General Pleasatilon'i further advance on the South bank of the Riipidan, with a slioug force of cavalry, ar tillery and infantry, aided by strong breast works and rille pits. Considerable skirmish ing occurred at Raccoon Ford yesterday, but our loss was slight and our forces remained quietly on this side of the river. I have as yet no positive information concerning the main body of rebel infantry, but it is quite evident iheir position will be entirely devel oped within a day or two. The Times despatch says comiuissinners and Quartermaster stores at Warrenton, Boul ton and Manassas are being removed to Al exandria, out of reach )f rebel guerrillas whose cupidity increases proportionally w th the lengthening of our lines of communica lion. Two trains a day run through to Cul' pepper, stopping only at water and wood sin tiotis. Reported to-n'mht that a cavalry force 3,- 000 strung with artillery, is in the vicinity of Hancocks Ferry on th. Upper Potomac Dr. McDonald, Rev. W G. Scandler and several other members of the Commission who were captured at Gettysburg by the rebels and sent to iiichmond, will be released Fri day next Rockville (Md.) Sentinel of the Uth inst., says, in consequence of a great absconding of slaves from that region, farmers will not have sufficient help to gather their fall crops Officers in the Army of the Potomac com plain that the fresh horses received by the cavalry iu exchange forworn out animals are worse than those returned to the Government Officers say the horses issued since the establish ment of the new cavnlrv bureau are not so good as those furnished iiefore its organiza tion The Time t has the following : It is stated on rood authority that Generul Giliuore has tendered his resignation to the rresiuent because of a disagreement between himself and Admiral Dahlgren. The report says the President .will not give, up Giliuore and Admiral f arragut have keen approuched with a proposition to assume command of the Naval torces at Charleston. FROM CHARLESTON. New York, Snpt, it A Morris Island let ter to the Herald, dated Uth, saysjever since our occupation of Wugner and Gregg, the reb els have exceeding morose and savage They do not allow us a moments peace. They fire niL'htanu doy upou Wagner, but they left us such an admirnbly constructed work and so capacious and safe bomb proof, no one is iu- jured They fire often enough through the night to enable us to sleep soundly. Since luesday ten or twelve deserters have come in from dames Island belonging to Geor gia regiments. They report continued dissat isfaction among men and a general desire to escape from service, which has become dis agreeable to them. They state that the reb els are building several new batteries on Sul- livuus Island eboue Fort Moultrie and battery rice, tocever the channel to the city.. Addi tional batteries are also being constructed in must approved style between Fort Job 11 bo n and the city, on James Island, in which they are mounting ten inch columbiads and seven inch LSrooku rules. On the green at this city the rebels have mounted 13-iuch Blakely rille, which tbev have just received from Mobile, where it was brought with another or the same calibre in an Anglo rebel blockade runner two weeks a?o. Second of these is in Charlesotn, not mounted. It was at first proposed to mount it on Fort Johnson, but that idea was given up and so far as deserters know 110 place had yet been determined upon where it shall be put in position. Nine of the monster nroiec- tiles weighing 500 pounds each were lying beside the gun on Charleston Green. The health of the command is good. Sol diers need fresh vegetables General Gil more has issued a general order giving thirty days furlough to privates who have distinguish ed themselves in the recent seige! They are not to exceed two per cent of the effective force on the Island and must be recommend ed by there Colonel.' ' ' Dayton Market. DAYTON, September 17. UARSUMAN'S FLOUR Red wheat wholesale 5 00, retail 5 25. WHEAT $1. , CORN 50(i,05. OATS 10CA45. i i 1 : . . . . BARLEY H0(U 00.' ;' ' RYE 607O " HAY Timothy 12 00(3kl3 00 per ton. FLAX-8KEI 1 25. COFFEE H0J) 32. SUGAR 12(',14. WHISKY 48. CHEESE 101L New York Market. Nicw York, September 17. Flonr dull and drooping, at f4 SU5 00 lor extra State; 5 25(i)5 60 fur round boon Ohio Wheat receipts 63,000, dull, and l(4'ie lower, at89eia)?l 05 for Chicago spring ; 97c.(3) $1 14 fur Milwaukee club; 1 131 20 for winter red. Corn receipts none ; market with limited supply, at 7576u mixed. Oats linn at 63(5)75 Western pork scarcely so firm 11 75(ijill b7 for old, 13 75ril3 6 for new. Lard steady at 10(a)10J. Whisky, New York, September 16. Government stocks lower and active. Money plenty and active on call at seven per cent Sterling very unsettled at 41. Gold 31 J New York Central 135. Erie lOli Reading 117. Coupons 100. United States 6' Bl. Years certificates 9!)jo. ' New York Market. Legal. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Elitu Km rich th Uaofk fcoiUt>r. Before William Ooudy, JUsttic ol lUm rau of Mi tint lowuHhip, MoutjfomttrT County, Ohio. N K.f ihdMjfor Auxu., A.Ji, ibu, ma toVrof J Atuvmineut wk mt4 out m tin ti J imu- by WiHisuu iuiy. Juttic at itia Pjus of Atmim Town tup, Mouti omrj Couutjr, Ohio for thstmn as jtu ( tut nnaa on tite iotn uaj oi uo JCLIAi EM EJtJJi, Aviv Clv, Attorney. mIwh , ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Btere 8a men 1 urotr, a Juitic of the Peace in and for Dayten Montftomarr Comity, Ohio. Joha U j Oain, plaiDtin, -ntitMt A. U. DcrriuknoD, datWutiaul, of Lhticiiy of PhiUtlDibhia, I nntylvtuim : milK defeottai.t it hereby notified that on the 1ft th 1 of AuitUHt, lKf 3, the Maid Juftioe inHiied an order : of A tchmut fur ma iim ol ' ti and lutei! thera Uou from Julv M, lStiS, and ciunUt, aul that Mid 4 will ', lMt),j aUB. uau-e is aat for tioanug we itwtb o UaybwiuUtr, at aiua o'eloiik a uu. auaywl 1 JOHN C. CAIN, PleietiS. Groceries, &c. B. O'Bbibh. M.O'Bsi... EUWARU O'HUIICX UHOT1IKR, WHOLESALE GROCERS ' AH. IMFOBTKM OV Brandies, Wlni, Otns, Cigars and Irish anil Iroteb W hiiky, Uomeritic Vlne anil Liquor Aj; en Is fur Sale of Pure Bourbon Whisky, Mo. J'H Sond rtreM, layton, Ohio, t TCl leA?i? moot rn'tftiUT to Kpnuatnt thir run l3 tonitr mid th" t'ornmmiitr jc'nrlly, that they hrt fnrrl in-o prmTl)ip, undtr th name and (tlTlp ot K. U tIKlhN A BKUlHKH. lor the purtHK of onrryinK no th wimJwjRie grooery, IiUor. vir nnd tolMu-t;o NiiinH ,n IaTtn. Ohio, : th Ut Minnrt nf K. . t'Br mi. No. l rt(n-l itrft. Maving irtHaDt tofnaht mm t (iiin-hai ffooilf from LI to tnii hoiittjat in How Vork, ttsltlmor ami PliilHstllna, and haviriK riH'i ft itee n yoarn (PX)nnfJ in the trawif, wti hold 0111 the tt inancementM to onr oldcuiltnt-rtitQd 'II others wtiorrtrt) be kiut enoutxh to pun'h-f huin u '. M. t'MKl KN, line of tti Ann ttf O'Brien A Po, Toledo, Ohio, wll livte hi time nod attention to C!eajeaii ihortc wh ni com to nty at tn.a wen nuwn tlotixsi. and h . n'HKI K N, will treat the roiil- mniuty b Her, it n iHibt, th a er before. kMh ti Um Tfry i;r-iti'lil f-ir dm (avom.aud ejrntiy eo hoitn almre of your future patronage auiwdawtm New Grocery Store. rpUR nntprKned woo d reiHrVttully inform the I I'ltixens r iiaytt-tt an t -urruim HDtf couniry mai he haa openi it A. FAMILY OKOOBRY On Kir t street, eat of the Sway nte Hotel, whore he a prepari d to furmali (iroccriiH of Uie Itcst duality. Kardwar tinwir, and all articlea usiiftllr kent In a titnl flu" Krtiiuiy tinx'eri', on the moil reasonable lerniN. nme .-til audexiitii ue my :ock b.More uur- haHinir elxewlier . H.liiiif ADAM C NWAY. I, B. UILBKUT AV CO., WholFiile dra'.erH III KOKKWiN AND DOMKHTIC GROCERIES &UaU0ES NOS. 7t: ASU7S SKFrKRHMN FT KB ST, OPP'-BfTE Grocery and Provision Store, ANTHONY WOHK, No. tA MAItKRf 8TKKET. UH atood utipply of all kindfiof the bet Family i.rtKjeneH aud i'roviriimia, iiiWi rn Dour, oat nieal: L'orn meal; tliie.l fruits; iihiih; dried leel"; filth; Limhu nvr Chfew; Hohii-id hwrriim; tea; ctt -e; HH(r; wKju e; i-i'tvei; ioiwv'o; Miiun. . aihu, meniwfre; yen wware; winow ihhk -u, ami, in iwi, every artn'l n t3lid by iMimli . ''" By the Way, Have You Heard uie iewi r . . J. At MINIOK, UAH rm-eivfd lux new Brin Htot;k, larne, wll-ae lextted and ot ttie bent qualily. Mn. A called aud ftotone dollar' worth of TWLVS UKiNT Sl'GAH, AT M1NIOK d. Thenicent kind. Mra. B.oton dalliir'a worth of the mceat kind roUUTKUN CENT UUGAH, AT MlNICaVS Mr. (J. mut one dollar' worth of the ehoiceet aual ity of H.XTEKNCKMT SlK.AK, AT MINlfK'H. R'3 Mr. B. Hay that he j(Ot the beat quality of green UlU COKFEE AT J. A. M.NICK'S, That he e?er dnuik, And Mm, B. bnya ahe got the flo eat of UBKJCN TEA AT J. A. While every body calla nMu aoiue of that exuelleni EXCKL8IOR bVKUP, AT J. A. ilJNIK. Mr. M. aavs he purchaaed a half barrel of WU1TE KIHM AT J. A MINICK S, Dwidedly the beatheefer ued j while the supply of NO. I MACKEREL, AT i. A. MINIOK'M, Both for fizM and quality, oturnnt be excelUd id thin or auv other market. H3 mvilt'rt all to call at hif eitahliNliinent aadin pent hi tv-k of CHOICE IiRIED FKUiT, UUKFEErJ ANI TKAH, WUQAK OP ALL R IN 1H, And the laroit and bent variefr of Orootiriea to We seen m ibe cuy. iii arge iojiiiinem la on iht- Coraiar ut Marktt ad JeJTereou Hta ml'ty Leather Store. NEW LEATHER STORE. ADAM WEINGARTNEHt a 0 Third atreet, . TEEPS conHtmtlyoa htui all kinda of Leather, IV nuchas sole: uoer: kiu: calf-akiu.and morocco. Aino, harnaa and bridle lea her; shoe akirting; ahoe ft ud i rigs, Ac. 4i'h highoat price in Cash paid tor Hide and Tjfivher in the roii'h. H'liWifSm Legal. Sheriff's Proclamation. MrierirT'ei (Moe.l lavToN, fHptmber I, .ii. f IKOOLAMAT(ON ta hereoy made to the qualified volera of Monte inery eouuly, that a eneral election will he held ax rwuured by law, on theatwond lutiauay ot yKiunxr, io-wii: KJkTHHiKBi I I, a. H iihu, At th NevAial olaoea of holdiuu rlr:tinna in aaid oouniy, at wluoh tune the full owing ot&cera are to be 'tiOMtu: ... ( , une overnor: ' One LteiiUnvaiit GoYemori ' ' ' uneJudKeoi thebuprame Coijrl; One ULaia TraMiirrt One Auditor of tiuu; One Meiii'serof Board of Public Works; OneBeoator for i'reble aud Montgoinvy Counties; Two HepreaantaUveafor Montgomery Louniy; Oue Probate Jude uue uierk of uoiiuty Courla; i OueTreaaurer; .! One Proneoutind Attorney; uue County Oominiaaioner; One Coroner; One IM i rector of County Inflrniary. ' Aud the TruatMta of Ui Mwyttrui ttiwutthipa, aud ol the h vend wnrdHof theuity of Itaytou, iu aaid cutmly, will takt not e tnal tiey are rwjuirwJ to returu the following number of Jurora from tlieir nHi4ii towtiMhipH and wards, to the t lerk of the Court of uommou rietut, property iteaiguatkiiK tltoae tor the rrowue uun irom iiitjue tor urn uoinuiou j'ftMN ami .Superior Cotirte, to-wit: 8n peri or and Com- Pruhate , uiou f leaa Uourta. Court, Ft rat Ward 1 . 1 Seoond Ward....H S Third Ward 11 Fourth Ward 18 Fifth Ward i Sith Ward li Madiaon 'fowuahip S .Ifttenton Townsltip. H Jacknen Township., H Perry Towitwtiipu..H..,.T M , , s Clay Townahip IU Randolph Townahkp x... M Riitlwr Twnidnp..,.- 0 Wayue Towiitttup.M M , t) Oermau Towimhip , .....1.1 WaHh'Utftoo Towiiuhip H Miami 'lownhip , , 18 Harriaon TownNlup VunBuren Towimbip.., 7 Mthlnvtir lowDKhiu B 4t4diwawi OtoiiuE U'm.AMAN, Hhanfl. Trunks, &c. I XEW IttlXK MA1MFACTURY. O. II. lOWF, STO. ri THIRD BTRKWT. PAYTON, OHIO, ONE UUiJtt W A3 1' VW UUOW'N HiHoLI XAK1, WE would moat reapeetfully inform the eitiaena of DayLon aud the puUio iu geuaial thai we have opened a Trunk manu'netory, where we will keep on hand all kinda of Trunk, Vahaee, Carnet nu rravvuug aiwi, ail oi wnicn we win aall atwnoie aale or retail aa ubean aa auv houae in th ciiv. f li Oil;' rariiuuiarauttnuun pain io repeino old JTUDkS. . weaiao itava woacra Of HiMMi land m Miauu whwu ee will sell cheap. eeAdtl Medical. LET THE AFFLICTED READ! Ab4 laara Ibsf e B-HWot tjntf radical rnr ta wurmntd ai(4 fvarantMd la all who ara milw1 with w-nku. ian, AeelMty, rrofM euraplainta, ftralaDrholy Ihoiitfhla, de prMfttoa mi aptrHa, ililrM and n(ulflb of nilnd, 1m uf lep, loesof tttAmory, ivm uf Der.ty ail mtMUr Kiwf, waoy frowtk, waatlnf aay, aail a wmitnf oonftiieiire io tftMnwlTea, fklntlvi At, oouvalslv trouibtiiiKa, liiipti UntM aed 4laaoat of Ilia. BEAR WHAT TBS MEDICAL PRESS SATS. Soma phyflclan rettr io U the nut of yuiir itmmf tlia KNdLIHH BiJTANIH MtVSH'IAN ot. fits per koowlslKtef tlw hitman nytfia nah his ledsaaerlbe tbedlaMrM without mttf tofiirHiMi ho froia lbs patient, toaipUia ita oril'ial ixum, and t.imrrnit Ita car. A ad, what la murtj rmln-t-W till, ba will b"" eatly and frankly tell whothar yoa oae tie enrrd or imt. Thla will eatlafy yonr witnd.and aare roe xriia, time, fcroehla, aad dlappotDtintut. It will tha niMtn of aaTlog yoa wtany a dellar; It will aava ynttr health, and, what ta better than all, It will eeva your Ufa hvui balnitakortotifd by wrung trmttneat. Hia examlnatloDi era made without any InfMrmtf I hi from tha pmtWnt; tharftr ha tboruuixlily nuJf rsiNinltl thalr Pbyileal eoadltlou and I'brenulviclral dtt...pmf t, wltbonl whloh h Mr eonld bar psjrfunned ao many aatonltblng eeraa. It fhonlJ ba reiitaiitlfrMl that thla otaale Phyalclae parftxriea enrea thotrht luptMit.r. If yon hata triad otnara aud gut no relief, If yoo wioh ta enJoTMad bnalth and lone UN, if yoa ara wlaa, yon will ga aaJeDnatiH PR. RAPHAEL, tha Rotanle I'hytilrlaa All hla eoeneankmUuoa and Interrlawi pre trktlf frlvate and ooottaDltal. Umitcmi Jvtrnat. Widths. Firat col. TACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS ! Ilfwr what the Philadelphia enrnnMindent say In tha Oomuienwaaitbt WUuilugton, Delawarut Uth of April, ltttft Aa Knffllah (fontleman, formerly connected with tba tit li h Array, aud who atylaa bimtflf tha ' Kiigltftb Bo aeate Phyalcian,' baa of lata gained an extendi re reputa ttoe bar by bia akill In curing all manner of complaiuta. Mae of hla pat tan ta I have eonTaraud with, and thxy proaoBDoa bta ramadlaa and moda of InMatmaut aa Tery evawrtor. Bom bava bean raatoml aa If by inaglo. Tba anadtciD he oaad la diarllled by hhnaelf fruui rarluna herb poaaaaalng rara onratlTe properttaa. While aotlng la tha army he devoted hla laianra BMnanta to a thurongh atodr of tha aflecta prodnotd by artaia medtolaa) root and herb on all manner of dU eaaae. It eeem b baa fonnd a aur and apeady remedy tor all th 'Hla that fleth la balr to.' Uia practice ta already aiteturlve, and la dally Inenauring. In tha com elaJat to whtflh fa tna la are Hbcted ba baa no eu,ual, aa e large aunber bar hava taatiflad that they owe nut enty taalr preaant good health, but thulr Uvea, to tba akiU ef thla KnglUb Botanic PbyalcUn." Ilia oDlce la at If. 69 BAST F&TTH STREET, CINCINNATI. MORE GOOD NEWS! from man and reliable au thority. The Botaale Rained lee of Doctor Raphael, tha Knglfth Botanic Physician, oafer felled yet to make a perfect, radloal. and permanent erne of ALL PRIVATE, SECRET. ANO VENEREAL DISEASES. Without the oae of Mercury, wltbont hindrance from bos in a, and without tear of discovery or expuanre. tio deadly polaona, aucb as araenlo, ntut vomtca, opium, or any other polaona, Notnercnrynorenydeadly minerals aothlog bat parely Vegetable Botanical Remedies are need by thla wonderful Botanic Pbyalolaa. Ilia Bote n to Remedial nevar yet tailed to cur the moat obatlnatc aad tba most dangeroaa oaaas, and to remove all meronry aud other Imparltlea from tha system when all other Hemediea had aUlad.AraaW JounaJ. GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE. Hear what the Baltimore correspondent of tha Odd fellow, Boousboro. Maryland, aaid eo Thursday, the 31st or Hay, laoOt " Numerous ceres of dlseaaea eanaed by early Indlsrr tlon navlog been performed by th KnglUh BoUnlc Phy Iclaa.l feel It my doty, haTlugaknowlodgeof them, to state tha mot, believing that la doing eo I may do a eervtoa to lb nffering. One caae In particular that of a young man la thla city la worthy of note, lie had become the Tlctfm ef e habit, the mere allusion to which causae a shudder, aad after years of eu flaring and dootoriug gave up all hope of recovery. U wished to marry, and wa dearly beloved by aa tweet a girl aa ever lisped words of aAfeetkn, but he waa fearful, nervous, and prostrated. Re dared not wed ee account of th shattered state of hla system, lie aonajht relief at the bands of tha Bo lento Passtclea, and, aatoolahlng aa It may seem, all the bloom and vigor of youth ha returned, aud be la now tba happy lather of a pair of bright bvye." GLORIOUS NEWS TOR THE LADIES. A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL DREN. Hoar what the Cincinnati Weakly Press aays oo tha flth or March, UtW: We are decidedly opposed to dntge end to advertised remedies for the prevention ef beviug children, but wa feel It our duty to acknowledge a benefit front aay and from every source when It la for the relief ef suffering hutaaulty. A tact baa oome to onr knowledge that ought to be promulgated and widely circulated for the benefit of the lad lea whuee deltcat health makes It necessary to prevent any Increase of ftunlly. A bout twelve months after marriage, a lady of our ao qoelatauee gave Mrta to a daughter, but bar aufferlnga were o great that her physicians despaired of bar recov ery. Thla made bar dread the very though ta of again be coming a mother- Bhe tried every thing to prevent a repetition of her autTerings, but without succeeding. Two Saw after marriage she waa again ooaBoed, but bar stif. rtage were so great that tb child died, aad bar own Ufa waa despaired of. flue waa told by her samlly physician that If she had any moreehildrea he tWed her life would be tb forfeit. As all the ranted lea aba had tried before had tailed, ah applied to the Botanic Physician, lie. 1LAJUA11L, Na. 09 EAST FIFTH STREET, CINCINNATI, roa HII PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN. Bis remedies had tbe deal red efTrsct ; they not only pre vented her from having children, but they also Improved her health. "To th roes, all veins abb roa a.' The Botanic Phyaloiaa'a remedlea eaa be recom ateaded, because they are lenooaat and flat. They operate without oauaing aickueas or eapoaoro. They de net interfere with the diet or eoeupattoa. Tbey de sot Injur th health, but they are certain la their efleot, J. PANOOHT, M. 1. at. MaUOUS, Af. II. "A.ay who are suffering, no matter what their complaint, eaa eel I oe tha HotauiQ Physician Obundeutially. They may rely upou rwlJwt Uls wftos ia at NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET, Between ttycauvore tttreet and Broadway, CINCINNATI. Oonsnltatlou dally, Huuriava exosirted. Offloe hoara from IO A. Itl. ! clock P- V. aaT Fersuoa at e disteuce may aouimuutcate conn nKNTiaLLV by letter, If they indues ON K DOLLAR, tVr OuuaulutloB Fee, la each letter. All lettera, oommnut aetlona, and lutervtewe, are strictly private and ouuS deallaL Mo answer will be gfvea to letters auleas on dollar la Ittuioeed aa a ConaultaUoa Vee. Add rasa all letters aa follow, DR. RAPHAEL, BOX N. 2463, POST OITICE, CINCINNATI, OHIO. CAUTION TO TBI POKUO. Dr. W. B.liul bi. no iiouukIIoo with PBOriaSUR mr Dr. VV. M. B-ilil, r wlik ad; slaw .alUa of tW Mbin. ttAmfc Mr Oal thla nrtlMMal aL WVm 70 an, brlnf a wttk ja tut .tow llulht atri ka lb. Si.f. T. pr.TMt atartrnkMi to IM THE DOCTOR HIMIBir, 'Width 1-lst sol. Transportation. Sandusky and Buffalo. Eric Railway Steamboat Co. ITfIL ILL run regularly ASiti. iuun.4 porl. th. fttlluwiug ttr.tlu. aur .taauiM.: OWIOO CptAla H. brrant, POKTWMOUTH Cailum J. W. frsv.ni, UUbUHAN O.ptaio J. M. Lwi. Oonneolicii with Hi, Kri. lUilwu at Buttelo for all poiut. in lh. E..t. Tli. UMau.11 of hipp.r. . in.lud loth, .aparior Koilm.. od.r.d by tmn liu.. Fur fr.iaht or pitaum. Apulvto MtTU CALIj ItLl., Aul M UulkW t. W. IWbUkN, Ag.ut at Mdu.ky. 1. il. 08DOBN, at Sh'I might Aft, . D. 0. R. Dajtoa. Eric Railway Steamboat Co. Book and Job Printing. E M IJ I K K STIilil niliVTIMi II0I1SI W" sr. prn..rnl 10 .nitc all or.ler. for Book and Job Printing-. ulsr iuluuliio pHlJ 10 Hlank and linilroail hinting, DIM. HhAlft, RKOIHTKHH LEI TfcK UKADISl.S, DF.KDS. UHUULAIU hKO'KlPTS, Ai:., '., Ao. Hliow lards aud Illlltt In Culora BUOW BIM.U, HAND HI1.L8, HOSTKR.S, PKO. UBAMMKS, INVITATIONS AND LABK1.8. BOOK WORK or every deacnttlo Having one of the mo-1 complete Printing Keteb hshments in Southern Ohio, our foMlitiov tor doing all kinda of Work, Book, Plain, or Ornamental, are lira elaaa. We have oue of the tmatt Pree, and have all the modern atlee of True, eud we employ the at workmen. We have three Power Preaaae connected with on JobDepertment.aad ere repard to eaeiiuie work with nealueaa and diNpatoh. aWOrderefroui abroad will receive prompt attea ttoa. AdOreaa 1MPUI COM PANT, Dnytoi, Ohio Medical. ! UK. HHI. B. 111 IIU'M ! IV E I U A L ti I A ri AM EKS j roa tee ceas or j or Toothache producd by oolda. LOUAL NKt'HA I.GIA I. (mmfJialelr riir.J l,y lli.lr ApiilicAlmn. i-Ti!1J,MI"" l!hr. "t ro pwrtwily haril.i Dr. Vlin. 11. Iluril'i JfeupalRla riastt-n "rtuft" '"all ., ., ,!., HHZUy'Zi'?' """"'"""No- nrur.l, Price, only Ifi Centi eaclt. A liberal Jix'Kunt tnmjr Iu ilmlrrs. Adi-."-r,."L Wmrr Trlbnn. Build- Sul.lsls.t,, cwell, M, k A Co., Filth Avruu. 1Ui lirosdwsy, H, 1,, lirugp.ls. OK. HJ1. II. HI RU'jj TOOTH POWDER. This Powd.r po.Kefmv, ih, UARBllNIOWITHOIlTTHKIN.lllRlt.IM MlWKK TIKSOFIHARCOAI., DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTH POWDER IS ASUOHIIsnuU ST Alt Kmim.t Usktist. D'0W Non' '" Price, 25 CenU per Box. A literal uWount m.l. to di-slcrs. P'r .tr.et, nlw Vorfc. Bold sNo hy Csswell. MbU A t'u R-.ni. WU J A 1 tmpoaA-S'dV AT., hrosdwsy, ,l l,y Iiru!isl.. on. m, it; 111 iiir TOOTHACHE DROPS roa th r cubs or TOOTHACHE produced hy .ipocd nrrTos. aic"d J"rCB""-''-1l'l ' All PM,I ohildr.n -I TOOTHACHE. w. "l:u'7 ,h""""" Air, LOBfl OF Hl.F.XP, ootll'lofCh''dr,nfr0rn (!r,," '"". I'T kr.n.-. DR. WM. B. HURD'S TOOTHACHE IjRi iI'.S in the hoiiHa. Promrafl mt ft- n...ii. .. ... Street, Brooklyn,' E. lj' V' "' 77 Fn'""h Price, only 12 Centa, per Bottle A libers! ditconnt made to deslera. A" Omca.Trlbsiti. Build- inc., Bio. 1 fcirue. Mtreet, New I orb. Sold also by Caswell, Mark A Co., Fillli AT.oi.e H ,.f': ' , CoidWou' 71 Broadway ; li. 8. Il.rne. Sir.' Hioudwuy, aud bv all lmiKKi-t. Oil. II. II. HI lt'54 M OU T EE WA. S II A Hl'KK RkMKDV FOR Bad Breath. fieri Mouthe, Canktf I'leeaaed Bleedtus; (.uni, Muratjta; Mure Itiouiii, AND the hast Huavitic now in tia lor txnv diHwit-r-.t coiiunioD ol the mouth. It in partioularly tetiih ciul tv peraona wnariug ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Completelv di'sLroymg every tiuiit ol the mouth, at aor UinK r-UiOiinj all luipuniit-M, inauriiAjt A 8WEKT hkKA'M ' To all Hhu make ua of tt. Nu iuuno Lvr or Ytftiae UaTi ae4N wiio maitUcUtu witlt etAJj BkBATli Bhould delay applying this remedy, lor it ta e oertaia cut, mid isappiu wu and mroniint'uded by every phy aiuiau uudwr wlioae ttolu' it hab bveu Uroutit. ABAUBKKATU la an othuice lur which there is na aauuee while OR. WM. B. HURD'S MOUTH WASH Can be procured. Many paraoDacarry with them a bed breath, greaUy ttvthe ainiojHiu' aud oIUo to the ditiguat tjruuae ifnh whuui tltey conte iu oouteot, without bfiug tma wtiuutt of the hu-L To relieve yourxalf Iruiu all faaie rfAjardiUg thia, ViHt I'H WM. B. Ui;KD'8 MUUTU VVABU. OleanliniAsa ol the mouth in of j(rat Importance ti tha iiwDfral health, which ia oti4-u iiltfrtcd. mni mil uu. Irituautly aenoualy impaired, through waut ol proper UBR DR. WM. B. HUHH'H MOUTU WAHU. Prepared at Vr. Uurd'a Denial Uihra, No.T7, Fourth Street, Bruuklyu, K. 1). Price. 37 Cents per Bottle. A liberal diacouut made to deal era. Address Principal Ofllt e, Trllmne Build tuga. Ha. 1, Hprtsee etrect, bww oi St. Bold alaoby Caswell, Back A Co., Fifth Avenue Bo el: J. A I. Coddiuetuu, 116, Broadway; O. at. Baraee ua, Broadway, aud by all iruagiat.