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For Cash OnIy
No. 11C, Slain street.
N. W. WILSON
AH .HIST RECEIVED THE BEST
and noit oompiete atook of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Ever rtronrit to this fll'j. vntrh weretnan'tifaetureo!
xurfMly to ht. order hy JOHN H. DKTKH1, of Cin
cinnati, acknowledged rn be the best Hoot and Shoe
Slaniifaottirer In th Weal.
InadJItlon I HAVE and WILL KEEP ON HAND
a full and varied atoes of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for STY t.R and QUALITY Is UNSURPAS
EU. I am confident 1 can get up
TIIK BEST FITTING BOOTS & 81I0ES
tn tha olty , and I will guarantee aatlafaotlon Is all
N Vt. WILSOW,
US Main street, 3 doora inuth of tha Marset.
N. W. W. alao keeps a euperlor article of FRENCH
taf-No Eastern Work kept at this estab
Dayton & Michigan R. R.
SHORT LINE VIA LIMA,
SO Miles Travel and 3 hour Time
"DAYTON A NO CHICAGO.
Two Dally Trains. One Change of
ON AND AFTBBTH0R8DAT,JTINK1,185.
Trains will leave Dayton at 7,48 a. m. and
8,34 p. m., for Sidney, Lima, Delphos, fort
Wayne, Toledo, Detroit, Chicairo, Quincy, Bock
Inland, Oalena, Dunleitb and Bt. Paul.
First Train leaving Dayton at 7,48 a, m., ar
riraa at Fort Wayne at 1 ,80 p. m., eonnacting with
tralne on the Toledo, W abash 4 Waiters road at
2.16 p to, for Huntington, Para, Logansport and tha
tha South We.t ami at Chtcagoat 7,46 p. m., In time
to connect with all evening traina leaving that
city. This train also oounerts at Sidney with
t'aini on the I). A I. Hond, East and West and
at Plqua with 0. 1. 4 I. 'load for Columbus, and
at Wapakoneta with Hark for St. Marys, Bremen
H.oond Train, Leaves Dayton t,t 8,8ft p. m.
arrives at Fort Wavneat 2,25 a. m., connect
with trains on the T. W. 4 W. R. H. at 4, 1 0 a.
m.,for Dellanee, Toledo A Detroit; at Chicago at
5.17 a. m;, making close connectiona with all
traina for the West and North West.
1st Train leaves ChioHgo 8,17 a. in. Lima 4,16
p. m. .reaches Dayton 7. SO p. m.
2d Train leaves Ohiongo 7,16 p. m; Lima 3,40a.mj
reach Dayton 7.60 a. in.
Tha 8 40 a. m. Train from Lima connect at
Piqna with Trains on C. P. 4 I. H. H.for Colum
bus and the East both trains make close connec
tions with trains on tho C. H. k D. R. K. for Cin
cinnati and the South.
"sleeping cars are attached to all night trains
between Lima and Chicago."
Through Ticaets for Fort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit,
Chicago, and points Witt and North-weat. Also for
Pittsburgh. Philadelphia and all Saltern oltlea, and
for all local polntsou the Bellelontaineand Indian
apolis n. K.,oan ucnau ny caning on .1. k. hino, i lea
st Agent, Union Depot, Day ton; or on the dint rent
agents on the line.
Fare at low as by any other ronla.
Be oareful and call tor Ticket, nv wav of Lima.
t-The rste.ef Freight to all Points Kaat or West
will at all times be aa favorable aa are eharged by
No Transfers botween Da n and Chioago
apr23 M. SHOEMAKER, Sup't.
THE 6rm of E. A. & T. T. More is this day
dissolved by mutual cement, and will exist only
for llouldation. fcither member of the (lrm la fullv
anthorizedto receive nionlea, and sign the name of
June 10, 1869. T. T." MOHe!
THK undersigned have this day purchased
th itoek of Paner. Stationery. Ao.. of . A. ft
T. T. Mor. and will do buaineu at the old stand of
the late firm, in the name and style or more, Loury
k Co. We ahall continue to manufacture all Linda
of Blank Books, and do binding in all branches.
Our stock of Paiters and Stationery It very com
plete and our prices will be as low as any responsi-
Die nouse west 01 me mouninins.
We Invite special attention to our stock.
E. A. MURK,
J. 8. TftKADWAY.
JetO T. T. MOKK,
Journal and Gazette copy
Have gained the confidence
- oi in who use u.eui, ana
4 have proved one of the
I most valuable Inventions
i nf thu turn. Thp. ma
M Shuttle, making the Lock
Diuca on uoiu smen oi u
cloth alike, which cannot be unraveled or pulled
Thf are all made with the highest mechanical
skill aad all warranted to won well on all kinds if
goods, from the lightest f a brio to heavy leatlier. In
part lcular,we would call attention oi all to our new
family tewlne machine. It has been niann featured
expressly for family use, and ha met with favor
irom an. 11 is so sinipunea as 10 re oner it impossi
ble to get out of order, or derange its operations;
indeed it is so simple as to astonish one. that ao
mall a pieue of mechanism will sew.
Below we give a description ol tljeUiffereutsty.es
of the Weed Patent.
NO. 1. Is a very convenient stlo which can be
worked by Hand or foot, on or off its own table. For
convenience ot shipping and also for large manulac
tories where it is neooceary to place a number of
uiacnines inio long oenon making one table answer
for them all. Price to.
NO. 3. With Walnut or Mahogany Table, either
with or without Box Top, which iocas down. Price
$100 and tuo.
NO. I. Same size as No 3, but runs with a belt
and at a higher rate or speed. This kind is well
adapted to manufacture clothing or leather work.
This is really the cheapest Machine in the market
ai there is no work done on a Hewing Machine that
It will not do. It is confidently asserted that this
niMiiioc runs easier wan any niaoLtne now in use,
NO. 4. This Machine has a lone arm. to aoonm.
moilatelaree work. It runs at a hih rate ofsoeed
runseapliy, and is without a doubt, the beat Machine
lor Tailor's use. ever ottered to the public. It is also
peculiarly fitted for plantation work, aa It is very
simple yet substantial and durable, with but little
liability to getout of order. Price glito.
NO, 6. Till is a nevv and cheaner af-vi. ml
general favorite, for Family , Light Ix-ather, and
great variety of work- It hits been gotten up with
reference to furnishing a strong and durable,
light and tasty machine, at a less price than either
of the atove. It rims very easy, rapidly, and
prouounoeJ the best machine now In market for
NO. 6. This Is a machine got up on an entirely
new principle, different from anything ever before
ottered to the public, and we confidently assert that
for family use it has not an equal. It is very light
and tasty, rims very rapidly, is almost noiseless
Its operation, and uses a sthaioht m ecu i.e. It
o arranged as to be utterly lmossible fur It to miss
stitches. It has a tension on bota sides, and carries
a large supply ot thread on the under spool. The
motions are gained by two small eranka that run
without perceptible uoise. The two threads are
worked intuch a niannwr as never to pull both at the
same time, andconaequenily, little liable to break.
The aeaiu Is very einstio and the thread does net
break in washing, it will do ooane work better
tnan any cheap machine now in market, as It uses
Ilk, not tou, or lluneu with ooual facility. Price aw
Descriptive ClrcuUm furnished gratis.
OeVFU'E 417, liilOAU W A Y. ft. V.
WHITNEY & LYON Proprietors.
D.J THUMP, Agent. ielf-4ra dAw.J
D. & F. B. 8HUXL
HAVK just received the Mercury, Ballou'a
notorial, N. V. Weekly, and i'laa oi Our Union,
for thia week.
also luoooplea Police Gazette containing the
Dayton. Corre.iKiuilence. jf,.
Godey for July.
- D. A F. B. SHULL.
Two Barrels Fine Ap lea
IN PRIME OKDKK, received this morn
int. D. & r. B. IHULLj.
JUKT received tome nioe one, and for tale
by CHAKi.m purr,
Jel4 least Second street, 4 uoors troni Main.
CTEAYED Krom the Subscriber, about
aJ two week. ago. a red and white spotted Cow,
large horns, turned outwards, with a ku aud wart
on one of her hind legit haa probably a calf by thia
time. Any peraon leaving iufurn,i.tw,ii hv whlcM
the owner oan recover his property, with A. Wobl,
at the Market Houai. Hiutte, near the Aeyluot,
or with Ihe subscriber, In NUdertowo, will be lller-
Nicest of the Season!
OrC BOX EH of extra nioe Orane.es, jutt re
aVU eeived by IKAtlOICNaVHO CO..
14-4 tin, Ivv, lltU4weaW.
mim Sailr Sipxe.
OHIO, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1859,
fUE DAILY EMPIRE
OFPtOal OP PUBLIOATION!
Empire tiildiag, Ikul rt, fUilfc ii4e keU Iiii t lelTerwi
V)y Halite, 00 par raaetnadvanoe.
10 oeat. p.r W.fik . parabl. to tbo earner.
Tha Cincinnati Type Foundry Compsny ie
our duly authorised A (rent to make contracts
ana receipt ivr .uEiti.ciuruM auuiH;ripiiuii.,
Ac, la that eity.
ToBusiar.aaMM. The Empire Job Room,
are in complete trim, and w are now prepared
to do work of all deacriptioni in the beat atyle
oftheart. uall In ana examine our work and
learn our Dricea.
IT 10 ADViariaiaa. AaTertisemcnta or
Notireafor tha Kmpire mutt ba handed Into
the office bj tea t'tUck on tha day they are de
sired to ba published aot later. Wa cannot
agreetotntert them alter thatnour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thoie who deaire to have advertisementa
inserted In tha Weekly Empire ahonld hand
them in bjr Saturday morning, at tha latest
I&.OQT advertising patron will peroeive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisementa will be alwayi nrto a
very Important matter to them.
CTSeeath page for Telegraph Reports.
ITSee Maaonio Notice "St. John' Day."
ETSee tha advertisement of Mr. Baldwin in
to day'a paper.
ETSee "Closing out Sale," in another col
U"We are requested by our correspondent to
aay that Milwaokie con taint Ofly, inalead of
6fteen thouaand inhabitanta, aa published yea,
"444." These figurot belong exclutirely to
Brotdway, N. T., and peculiarly to half a
dozen negro minstrel banda who are travelling
through the country. Birch and Donlker'l roln
atrelt hailing from 414, are now in Covington.
17 A greeny, writing from Mt. Oilead, 0., to
the Commercial, tayt: 'The wheat it, I Wni,
I may aafety aay, mostly detlroyed." We aaw a
farmer from Morrow county Saturday, and he
aaya the wheat Is very little if any injured in
that part of the State. The Commercial bat a
tpendid corpa of country correapoudenU.
TstTouNO Ikoikdijuuuj The boya Mackey
and Slight, arretted by officer W. M. Clark on
Saturday laat,oa a warrant charging them with
having act fire to the liable of Mr. Bundy, In
Oregon, (by which a ton of Mr. B, waa badly
burned,) are in jail awaiting an examination,
which we learn will ba had on to morrow.
These boyt are not unfamiliar with crime,
having been arretted heretofore on criminal
Tna CoaoMia'a Viaoirr. The verdict of the
Coroner'a jury in tha caae of John Lehman was
rendered yeatwr! ay, A . large number of wit
nesses were examined, but so evidence waa
elicited which tended to place the shooting up
on any Individual. The Verdict waa that Leh
man eame to hia death on Monday evening
laat, near the house of Mr. Schaffer, by a gun
ahol, fired by eome person unknown to the
TauTaa BaNxriT TO Lutxb Dohmu.lt.
The Amateur theatrical ladiea and gentlemen
of this city intend giving a complimentary ben
efit to llr. Letter Donnelly, at Beckel'a Hall on
next Saturday evening. The bill chosen for
the occasion ia very attractive "Damon and
Pythias, "Sonaof Malta" a very interesting
piece, which will "take," and will conclude
with that aide splitting farce "The Irish
Brogue Maker," Mr. Donnelly will ting that
queer tong "The Iriahmao'e Shanty."
I:e Cream will be presented to all the ladiea
who attend at the Benefit. Tbia ia a new and
very enticing item on the bill 1 Pasa the word
and let the Uall be filled.
The RiOTias. Henry M. Ooode, and Mat
thiaa Bait were yesterday afternoon put upon
examination before Justice Owen, charged
with .hooting John Letman, at Schaffer 'a, on
Monday night week. Mr. Ooode wa.diacharg-
ed, after hearing tha major part of the teatimos
ny; and tha further examination of Mr. Batt
wat poatponed until to day. Wa were preaeot
a portion of the time yesterday, and failed to
hear any thing which tended to convict any
body of the shooting.
We learc, tlnce we wrote the above that Batt
haa alto been discharged, the proucution not
having made out a caae against him.
ExuisiTio or via High School. The exhi'
bilionofthe graduating claaaofthe Central
High 8chool, ao long expected, will coma off at
Huston Hall thit evening. Wa anticipate a
very pleaaaot time, and wa have no fear, of
beiug disappointed. Mr. Hall haa very aue
eeaafolly directed the afforta of the pupile, and
will deserve all tha thanka tendered him for
the pleasure afforded thit evening. Parenta
and eiticent generally are invited to be present.
Children will not be admitted, aa the Hall will
hardly accommodate the adult, who may de
lire to be preaent.
GiaauQEtt aho Buoaixs. We called in at the
old stand of Warren Phillips, on 4th street,
east of Jefferson, yesterday, as wa were paaaiog
and found tha sale room so crowded with fine
carriages sod buggies, that wa could scarcely
make our way back to the sanctum of Warren.
We learn that the most of these very nice vehi
cles have been made to order Information
which waa confirmed by the appearance of two
of the owners, who happened to call for their
work while we weie there. We never aaw nl
car work than i. now in ths shop, and wa have
seen ths best. Th great secret of Warren's
success is bis employment of tbs best workmen
upon tha beet material.
Faaoaa ar Cuaussaaauaa On Sunday laat a
party of boya from ih ia sity went to Chamber.
burg, a few miles north of this, ia a tarriige
After gettinga "little warmed," a diapute sroae
between them aad tha sees connected with the
tavern, in which hard words pasaed, and ended
ia blows. The boys are said to have gotten the
worst of ths muss, aad left tha place, "union
down." A man named Alexander was fined
5 and costs for aaaault oa tha parties.
CTDietrich, of the Pbillig's House Drug
Store, haa long sine established a reputation
for being a Brat class dispsuser of healing prs.
parstions and s clever man, of "infinite jeat.1
He haa now completed his srrsngements for the
beat drug establishment in tha wast, aad all he
desires from th prufessloa and the publie ia a
fail trial ef his store. Hi hat a baauUful plac
s4ttl well wart rut tea.
N. W. District School House Again.
In addition to the important consideration
presented by our eorreapondent in yesterday
iatua, In reference to the condition of the
North Western Ditlrict School House, we as
certained Ihe following fact.:
The room occupied by the primary depart,
ment was originally designed ai a hell or
breathing space for the Inmate of the other
part, of the house. It ba. been eloaed at both
ends and contain, forty two seats. There it of
ten an attendance here of from fifty to fifty five
scholars. It ba. been ascertained that the chil
dren in thit room will consume all the oxygen
there in a little lest than three hours, or
short of a tingle morning melon, and were it
not for the Imperfect meant of ventilation by a
tingle window on one tide of the bouse,
through which all the light and air which en
ter the room gaina admittance for tha door
ha. to be closed constantly to prevent annoy
ing the other departments; and the reee.ee. du
ring the session; retails to the health and live,
of these tender tuhjecla would be dita.troua
At it it, many of the children thus confined can
not continue their attendance longer than a few
day., without Buffering seriously. Indeed, all
emerging from the achool room thow in the
languid ttep, and purple cheek, the poitonous
effects of carbonic acid gat, which they hare
been compelled to inhale during their three
hour, of confinement. In addition to this, the
healthy are forced to inhale and re. inhale the at
mosphere that hat been inspired once or more
time, by thoae whote lung, are in a Hate of par
tial or complete diseaee; thus contribu
ting additionally to tha contamination of the
air in the room, Experience and obeervat ion
have amply demonstrated that in the manufac
turing and metropolitan districts of Europe and
thia country, that these are among tha most
prolific sources of disease among children.
Now, if our baker thould furnish to our chil
dren and familiee bread from which the nutri
tioui element had been previously abstracted,
how loon would we rite up in rebellion against
uch an iniquity;and yet thia would be nothing
worse than it practiced upon the inhabitanta of
the N. W. District of thia city, who tend thrir
children to the primary department of thia
achool. The fact ia, the inmate, of the Rigged
Schotl of Fifth 8t., enjoy better privilegea for
health and ventilation than the ton or daugh
ter of the opulent eitiien of the N. W. Dittrict.
To night the city council will be waited upon
by a committee of the Board of Education,
asking the iaaue of Bonds, for the erection of a
building auitable to the requirementa and de
manda of the educational interest, of thia part
of our city, and the council will be recreant to
its trust if it fails to grant tha request of the
Board of Education. It is urged by eome that
our city expense, are at preaent by far too great
That i. ju.t the ground upon which we would
urge that the prayer ahould be granted. More
money will be required to hire extra room, out
aide of th. present achool house, to accommo
date the scholars for the next year, than will
pay tha interest on tbebondt. On general prin
ciples, wa alwayi argue in favor of an ample
expenditure for educationl purpose..- To thoae
who oppoae thit tentimentr wo would refer tbera
to the annals of penitentiaries, jail., prisons,
alma-bouaee and police atatiom. Nine-tenths
of the unfortunate inmateaof these inttitutiosi
are devoid of the commonest principle. of edu
AiTiiiFTxn VioLBioa. Last evening about 8
o'clock, Claborn Hagan, (now on bail to answer
to the charge of burglary,) entered the hat atore
of Mr. H. M. Brown, on Main St., opposite the
Court House, and menancingly demanded cf
him if he had told Mr. Folkerth of thia city that
he (Hagan) waa a thief? Mr. B, did not re
member to have aaid ao to Mr. F. but ba be
lieved him to be a thief. Whereupon Hagan
pulled out a pistol, but before be could use it,
Mr. Brown grasped his arm with the grip of a
determined man who wss aware of the danger
he waa in, and prevented him from using the
pistol. Hagan finding ha waa foiled, retreated
to tha front door. Brown tha while, kept hit
hold upon him until they got out on the pave
ment, when Hagan wrenched away and ran
down Third St., to the Eeifer corner where he
waa arrested by officer Van Do ran, with the
assistance of olhera of the police. He was
thsn taken off to jail in a hurry. Had the true
atate of affairs been known at the time by the
people who were assembling in large force, it is
highly probsbls thst Hagan would have been
vary roughly handled , to aay nothing more.
The general impression ia that he intended to
put Mr. B. "out of the way," as ths grsnd jury
will meet this week, and pass upon the eases of
thoae charged with committing theburglary of
Mr. B't store.
Fishino Tacels, The season for bass fishing
haa now fairly begun, aud it is high time thst
those who are fond of tha sport, and who can
find time to indulge in it occasionally, ahould
aupply themselves with good tackle, without
which no one need expect to have success. If
a peraon would catch bass, hs most have th
beat fishing tackle. The reason why ao many
fsil in catching fish is thst they hsrs worthless
lines, hooks, Ac. Oet ths best you csn find,
snd you will then stand an evsu chance with
the beet fithermcn. Bass cannot be caught
with a chalkliua and a piece of crooked wire;
nor can they be taken with a short rod, which
will not allow ths lins to reach them by about
fifty feel I Oet a good red, reel, beat quality
line and hooks, and then go to the river. Oet
good bait, snd then use enough line to reach
the fish, and you will not return with your
usual luck "no fiah J don't se why csn't
catch 'em ; 8o snd-ao is catching fiah, but I
can't get 'em, somshow" but you Will take
fiah, juat because you bare the tackle suitable
for takiug them. The healthiest sport to bs
obtained in this country is fishing; aud all who
csn ought to go to lbs rivers snd ponds as often
as they can for that purpose. Langdoa A
Bro 'a, Main at. aba v 3d, have everything in
the line that you can desire for th enjoyment of
ths sport jointed rods, reels of every kind,
hooka, lines of srsry quality, minnow aeioes,
and every other conceivable "help" for the fish
erman. Oo there whila their assortment is
full thsy know just whst you need, snd will
rig you with a firat class fi.hiog outfit st low
ITThe Cincinnati Conmsrcial aiya Douglss
ha- little prospect of gutting th nomination of
th Chsrleeton Convention. It is of opinion
thai Breckinridge will be the nomine. We
have no objections. If the Commercial astfi
srrsng ths matter, we prefer that it nominate
a good man. Tha people will elect hiss.
Cuakuk or Name The old snd familiar
name of "Phooix"ha been changed to "Beck
e1," and the Hone will ken-after b kuown
by that nam. "Beckel Huuae"that eouade
wall. . .... i
CTTb town dock wa lulU ystUrday f
Public School Exhibition.
Arrangement, and order of exerolaei for
tha publie lohool Troceaiion and Exhibition
on Thursday, thf23d day of June. (If thii
oay ba not lair then tha exeroisei will take
plaoe on tha next day.)
ORDER OF MARCH.
The leveral schools will nnmmble at their
respective houtea, at 7 ( 'clock in the morn
ids and join the grand procession, on Main
street, at precisely 8 o'olook, in tha follow
ing order .-
lit The High School will move along 4th
street to M.iio, form od the east of the
oenterofMain toward the north, where it
will bs joinecVby tha Mayor and City Count
oil and tha Board of Eduoation in order.
2d The South Koatern Hohool will move
up Hrown it to 6th, along 5th to Main and
join the nroeeesion.
AH 11, . t'-n Qnl i :u
up Ludlow at. to 6th, along 6th to Main and
join the procession.
4th Ihe Kastern School will march out
5th it. to Main and enter the procession.
5th The North Kastern Bohool will more
along 2d it,, to tit. Clair, down 8t Clair to
4tn along 4th to Alain and enter tha procea
6th Tha North Western School, will
maroh down Perry et, to 4th along 4th to
main ami there enter the procession.
7th The Grand prooeaaion thus formed
accompanied by the Bar.ds cf mnsio, and
headed by the Mayor and City Council and
the Board of Education, will move to the
head of Main at, then counter-marching on
the West of the center of Main down to 4th
and thenoe by the oenter of Main to the
County Fair Grounds, and Phillip's XI ill.
wnere tne several nchools will take the posi
tions assigned them, and remain during the
Exhibition, exeroites, which will be as fol
io wa :
by Rev, D. Winters,
from the High .School,
by the High Hohool Pupils,
from N. E. Hohool
from 8. E. Sohool
SIKUINO BT AM..
from German Department,
u ii it
from N. K. School
" 8. W. "
S1N01MQ BT ALL.
from N. W.-SohooL
" Uigh School:
SINOINO BT ALU
Musio, by Band.
Address, by the President of the Board.
At 5 o'olock P. M. the prooessinn will
again form, beaded by the North Eastern
Sobool, followed by tba other schools, in re
verse order, and move up Alain street.
Th 8. W. School will leave the procession
at Franklin street; the S. Eastern and East'
ean at 5th; and tha balance of the procession
will be dismissed at 4th street
CoOPKB SlMINART FLOKAL CoNOEBT.
The young ladies of Cooper Seminary will
give a "Floral Concert'' at Huston Uall on
Thursday evening of thia week. Thit is, in
deed, a rare announcement, and pleasing as
rare. It is suggestive of tha beautiful and
the sweetly harmonious, and will be receiv
ed by onr oitueni with favor -and met with
a hearty response. The entertainment wil
be at once the most unique and delightful
ever projected and given in our oily, and we
anticipate a very pleasant time.
The opera ohoien for the occasion, is a
composition of George F. Root, ''Tba Flow
er Queen, or Coronation of the Rose," on
of the most exquisite pieoei of musio ever
presented. We bespeak for th Concert a
The proceeds are to be applied in aid of
building a Cahstbenio Hall, for the physio
al training of the young ladies of the Semi
nary ; a very desirable and neoestary addi.
tion to th "Cooper,' and indeed, to every
other eduoational institution. We hope the
people will not only secure a really delight
ful treat, but will contribute materially to
the establishment of a very neoestary insti
tution in our midst. Securo tickets, and go
early. Tbey can be bad at theMusicstores
of Soehner, 3d at., and Crosby's, Main et
A Good batdir than am Evil. An able
and favorite writer has said, "That which
we deem evil, is not all evil ;" and tha late
blighting frost, as it proved to be in a few
localities, is, perhaps, calculated to render
an equal, and it ia probable, a greater share
Several of our Qhio oolemporariei have
learned, in conversation with intelligent
gentlemen engaged in rural pursuits, that
the wheat fly, from which serious ravages
seemed inevitable in some districts, are en
tirely destroyed by th oold, without damage
to the grain. Insects and worms, whiob
were preying upon vegetables and fruit, have
been killed, and experienced culturisti as
sert that th potato orop is likely to be im
proved, rather than injured, by this nipping
of their top. Thar are three good things
done by tha June frost. There may ba many
more beyond human ken. Iiow do we know
thut it did not annihilate the aoeds of pesti
lence and death pervading th atmospber?
But w have said enough, we think, to illus
trate the point we are driving at : that in
Nature's great Laboratory what is subtract
ed her is added there ; that what teems all
evil has yet its good results ; that th sea
sons, th rains, th frosts, ar in th hands
of Him who wields them best, deapite our
Tea Soldibb's Picmio. Tha soldiers in
Cat county, Ia, those who had been in
actual service in th Waa of 1812 and in th
Meiioan campaign had a pionio at Logans
port, on th 8th inst., to commemorate the
thirteenth anniversary of th departure of
tba volunteers of that plac for th Mexican
War. There war six soldisrs of th War of
1812 present, and nineteen oi the Mexican.
Th Cat couuty volunteer, whun mustered
into service, numbered ninety-two men
Twenty-four have sinoe died, leaving sixty
eight yet living. The gathering was a pleas
gtyTh Veroelli correspondent of the
New York Time ssys, that a large propor
tion of th most horrible storiei of Auttrian
cruelty and barbarity, have their origin in
ths exaggerations of th spies who enter th
allied camp and often overact their pert
Tbs Austrian are swage and brutal enough
bat there is a limit n to their inhuman-.
-mmt 5- . . im ts-i
U I aewj sea w-' Hswsca rats i nave
dU tb vsttkersaU every bdy t
STAUNTON, June 18, 1859.
Dcab Eairiss: This great Villas; of ntaon
ton unlike that from which I laat wrote, is a
great go ahead placs snd we may say hard to
locate, geographically. The corporation ia
bleased with sons horse machine shop, s tavern
two whiskey shops, a grocery, post office and
shoe shop, combined, besides "ihe Squire's
office," several doctor shops and a dsguerreo
typist "up .lairs." There is also a station dawn
ths road a half mile, consisting of a plank plat
form, along the great "X. V.W. A P. railroad,"
juat-two feet by twelve.
Tou arrive on the 1 1.67, I: M. (in the Morn
ing) train, and In company with on empty mail
bag, well locked, are exchanged for a baby and
woman and another mail bag full of emptiness,
The bell shskes snd sway puffs tha trsin. Tou
look at ths town iu ths distauce snd sre about
begiuning to make the frm, when an idea
preaenta itself Mr. Mailwagon, You offer the
man a sufficient compensation hs rcfuaeth?
no "he do no' thinks (slowly) he miirht
take you up fur (gives ths bag a flirt sod
scratches his head) "about ten cents, if you be
kinder easy upon the critter " " Very well sir.
let's be off." "Oeup," and the old host raises
his head in expectation, "Oeup," and more
astonished than ever, that same hots head goes
up two distinct inches. Oit-hnp," and with a
smart stroke of the whip, the underaigned ia
positive he felt the vehicle move. To use the
lsngusgs of s Celebrated fiction writer, " in fif
teoe minutes we were on the high road." It
would be useless for us to sttempt s full descrip
tion of all ths journey of half s mile. I might
occupy a full chapte.', aye, half a "yellow-back"
in relating, as wss related to me, the history of
that Acts, from hisesrly life to the present time,
a period of perhaps forty long years his many
peculiarities, marvellous escapes from drowning
etc, as well as a great race in which he " took
the cup." . Beaidea that of the animal we had
the history of the venerable shos maker himself,
who carried the mail at $70 s year, thenaratiye
of the vehicle in which we were both seated,
snd also a tale of love, anicide snd, sfmstt
murder. We were also edified in rrgsrd to the
geoeral morals of ths community in the neigh
borhood of Stsunton, snd many other things
that have flown from our memory. We can
well remember being exceedingly hungry upon
alighting st M's Hotel, an old frame build
ing with the floor even with th street, the
whole much dilapidated. At ws entered the
barroom, used as an office snd we suppose
everything else, half a dossn individuals stand
ing around loos, gsped into our face, with s
self assurance that seemed to speak " who sre
youf" Inside we discovered nothing but a
couple of decanters and an ale barrel (supposed
of course to be full) and on turning to look for
the landlord, the sams anxioua inquiring hal'
doxen of faces are quietly gaping In at the door
after us. Upon our asking for thst august per
son, the proprietor, the parly recovers some lit
tie of their stupor, snd ons of them, without
slirriug, st length drawled out, " I ssw him
about sn hour sgo down to Jes Newcomb's near
Ws conclude it won't psy to go huut him, and
sit down to fulfill our promise by giving a line
directed to you, for your many smiahla readera.
Until I write again I will therefore bid you ad
MIAMISBURG, June 21st, 1859.
Dxab Euriax; Ths Dsily and Weekly Em
pire being th "main stand by" of the people
of ths 'Burg as regards news, etc., a few items
locally may add somewhat, to th interest of
your readers ia thia section. I might first givs
the "police. Items" in trus city style, batthesb
sence of a police and a lock-up will I fear, some
what Interfere with that arrangement. At any
rate "or case" appeals on the docket before
'Squire Uoudy, yesterday, and we give it
"State of Ohio vs. Wm. Rysn for sssault and
battery, Ao." At ha'f-paat 1 p. m. "Billy
with counsel sppesred, plesd not guilty, and
thereupon the testimony adduced waa aa fol
Iowa: On Sunday lbs citisens of Bridgeport
were sroueed with aound of battle, and upon
repairing to the apot whence came the turmoil
it was discovered that "Sir William ' was very
ungsllsntly "allowing fight" over the body of
one Mary Zsigler (a lair looking German wo
man) armed with a knife and fork I Mrs
Ziegler was relessed by her huebsnd, snd up
on gsttlng to her feet renewed Ihe strife by
throwing su old shos in Billy's fsce, and m
ling him unmercifully wilh a broom-hsndle.
The trial wss a rich ons, well spiced with
Billy's brogue and unadulterated Oermsnss
well ss a good mixture with American Saxon,
After able arguments (!) oo both sides, "Court"
bound Rysn over for $100, aad gave him till
this morning to procure bsil. So much for
Ths I. O. O. F. of ths 'Borg, we learn, ate
making great preparations for the coming Fri
day, st wbirh limsan Encampmant is to be in
stitutedin Ibis place. The brethren of Day.
ton it is expected wilt bear thia way in numbers.
Wa ar raqoaetad to aay that good deal of su
(eriai will be on band for the occasion.
Mr. D. H. Morriaon progreaaes finely with
the new bridge. The floor is Isid over sbout
half way across, and will ba completed by Sat
urday. Ths gravelling at the abutments will
be completed so that vehicles can go over by
the 4th of July.
Buaiaeaa notwithstanding the "dull sesaon"
ia tolerably brisk in thia section. Ths crops
sll look wall, and aa abundant harvest promises
to yield well to ths garners of producers gen
Our old Pennsylvania friend Uuber, ws meso
0. P., is hsmmsriog away goods at auction at
ths comer opposite Black'a Tavern, it in.
tends having a wholeaale alaughter of ls
goods of svery description on Thursday next,
afternoon and evening. Let lb people of Day
ton, Miamiaburg, and ihs rest of mankind take
But time is money you understand, Mr. Edi
lor, ao III close till I open sgsia.
Coer or tub Tpnxkl cmubb tbi Alps.
Th London "Builder" aaya, the expenses in
curred op to the preeenl for th tunnel nn.
der the Alp at th Cut d Frejas, amount to
tl, 000,000 for s length of old metre (,01 U
feet) whiob have been pierced, 358 oa the
Piedmont aids, and itfS nn that of Savoy.
Th cost ol th tunntr-heading (full width
and height of course) has been, up to ths
present time, 2, 156 franc th liueal metr ;
say $600 yard an nonou sum.
aSr' Patrick, th widow Italony tells rn
thai you hav stolen one of her finest pig..
Is that ao r "Via, yer honor." "What hav
you don wilh it T "Killed it and at it, yer
honor.'1 "On, Patrick I Patrick I When you
ar brought face to fau with th widow Mai
lony and her pig, oa tha judgment day ,what
account will you b able logiv of th theft?
"Did you say th pig would b there, ysr
rirereneer "To U sure I did." "Wsll.then,
yr rweremj, l JJ ey, M.ra. Malonw, there'
General Jackson—The Ministry.
It is not genernllv known that General
Jackson wm intended for tha ministry.
We find the following interesting funis in
the oorrespondenoe of th ProshyterianSen
While he was young Jackson's father died.
leaving his mother hut little means to edu.
cat and fit for the duties of life hiaifif aad
bis two brothers. Andrew was intended
fcrr the ministry of the Presbyterian Churoh
1'orthe aoootnphshinont ol thin purpoes he
was sent to a flourishing aoaddiny At the
Waitmw meeting house, Niuth Carolina,
where he was put to tho studv of the dead
languagos. The providence of God, how
ever, had a mission for Jarksnn to fulfill, and
hence tho prosecution of tho mother's puri
pose was interrupted, and tlm whole course
the youth changed. In hit after life of
trim, vii'.isaiiuu'is uuu unnger, jucKson oiten
oppearcd irreligious, and eonioliines even
profane ; yet how plainly do we see a type
character trnoealila directly to the early
training of a Hootoh lit h Prshbyterian molli.
er, and which precisely fitted him for his
work. And certainly no man, not excepting
even John Newton himself, has ever more
strikingly exemplified the words of Solomon,
"Train up a child in the way hs should go,
and when he is old he will not depart Irom
In his old see. Jaokson became a devo
ted member ol the Presbyterian Church.
Says his late biographer: 'Ho was a sim
cere and devoted communicant ot the Pres
byterian church, and he erected a house of
worship in the immediate vicinity nf tho
Hermitage for tho convenience of his family
and servants.'' The same biographer alao
states that, during his last illness, "he was
constantly cheered by the viBils of his old
and attached personal friends, and tha con
solations of religion, to which he loved to rm
sort, were a never failing solaos to his heart.
On one occasion he remarked to a clergy.
man wno ana called upon him, that lie was
the hands of a merciful God. '1 have
full onnfidenee,' said he, 'in hia goodness
aud ineroy, my lamp of lile has nearly gone
out, and the lust glimmering ia come. 1 am
ready to depart when called. The Bible is
true. The principles and statutes of that
Holy Book have been the rule of my life,
and 1 have tried to conform to its epirit as
near as possible. Upon that sacred volume
rest my Hope ot eternal salvation, through
the merits and blood of our blessed Lord
and Saviour Jesus Christ. Such were Ihe
dying words olden Jackson. And where,
ask, in all bis eventful and brilliant lifo
has he uttered or written words so instruct
ive and so valuable ? They are weighty,
words of profound wisdom, worthy tho last
uttcranoos of the great man. They ought to
be framed and hung up in every dwelling as
Ue continued, when dviog. to utter word
full of r.flection and Christian resignation.
"His Ciind," says his latest biographer, "re
tained nis vigor to the last, snd his dying
moments, even mora thsn his earlier years,
exhibited its highest intellectual light.''
It was remarked by Dr. F-sleman. his at
tending physician, f that his confidence and
taith in the great truths of religion Beemed
to be more firm and unwavering than any
man he bad ever seen die." "lie expressed
deaire that Dr. Edgar, of the first street
iresoyterian church, JNashville, should
preaoh bis funeral sermon, and that no pom
pous parade should be made over hit
Tpm Vbbmokt Gold Mikts The flprinz.
field Republican fills a column with the re
sult nf a personal inepeotion of the Ver
mont gold mines by a special reporter. They
are not, on the whole, very encouraging; and
most of the persons attracted thither from
this vicinity by the recent reports have re
turned Only about 30 men nra at work
searching for the gold, and of these only
one, an experienced miner, make the busi
ness really profitable. There is gold, in
small particles, along the bed ol the moun
tain brook in Plymouth, but in such limited
quantities that it will not pay ordinary seeking.
St. John's Day, June 24th, 1859.
TflK Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Rati Road will carry the Maaonio Fraternity of Hay
too antl vicinity (and laa.il tat) wishing to attend
the Celebration at Nlddletown, Ohio, oo that day
Je'Jl D. McCLARKN, fup't.
A FLORAL CONCERT,
By the Young Ladies of
Will take plaoe at
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23D,
Commencing at 8 o'clock.
The entertainment will eonilit of a Cantata by
Root, u titled "The FI)wer i.uaen. or coronation
of the Roe," in which the Flowers will be Appro
priately peraontfled by the youn ladirs, under the
direction ot MtaeUrton. It will he aoiue thing rare
1 he proceed! of the Concert are dciifrned to aid
the erection of a LaAi' CalUthenlo Hull.
At the cloee of the Coaoert the annual SCHOL
ASTIC PK1K wtli be awarded to the young Udive
of the HONORARY fiRAHK.
AdmiUanoe, centa. Children, IS oenta.
Tlcketa aau be obtained at the Jrfuaic Moree
Bdeeare. bunhner and Croaby. jel-id
Physiology & Physiognomy
MRU. THOMPSON, CoctreM,
JrNOVN throughout fell the principal
iv. ottiee of the Union for the nuvber and complete
eurcethehtta elfteclad for afflicted ft malea, haa tan
Kxm iVe. 6,BttktlHou4, (Imt Phmmix Houw.)
Where the may be consulted by all lemalea who are
affrcUtd with diei cullar to thee.
rhe ouree permanently DytpepeJa, and all debt 1 1
ttee, obstructions, c, to which leaittlrsareeutuetit.
Her medilnes ara vegetable preparations, aud are
Indian Ketnediee. They are a sure cure.
Kvrass&al examinations made at her room. and.
euree guaranteed, and married life made agreeable,
bto9 w ill give true dellneatluna of character, made
from e am I nation of head, fsce and nek.
hhe will extract orne without drawing blood.
All she propoees to do, she will guarantee.
Hhe invitee the afflicted ladles of !ay ton to call
and oojsuit her soon, as she will remain but a short
Closing Out Sale
WK will tell on ntxt Thursday, June 21,
ihe entire stock of Furniture at Jewell
Co 's Kurnisbinl More, Ji-tfersou, !'uw Market st..
without reserve; consisting tn jtart of Solas, W ard
roues. Lhaus, iau.es, Heu-iestis, c.
J. K. CHHlhTUl'HKHs Auctioneer.
Terms oa day of sake, kooiu for rent, jeil-.l
T.R O N. WILLIAMS, of tha flria
il Wortaaaa, Itoddrt.tja Wll'aaasa, will visit
Miami. burg asaln Juua With, 'or tba purpoae
ou.ulttns wltk thua asv under hia traalaieof . aast
ailothr. that iiiav choosa to call. Hi. vfect.ee
oonnaed to Chroale Utaeaaeai particularly of
Throat a4 Lui-aa, and diseaaee of S'analaa. H
nay be eou.ulttd at Ih MUaU Houaa loroo.aaj
COO LIVES Oils.
AVKltY superior article fin aad fresh
douul refined, For sal by
1. W. PlarTTIirH,
CLOQINGI OUT S ALU
Rich Drcco G oodo,
Embroideries, Tarn-soi, fco. '
' ' AT ' :
Nv P. DO (KJ LASS k coa
B. B. Cor. Main and Market at a .
COMMENCING TUESDAY," Jl-NR It.
And will continue until the entlrr- slni-k nf Sntum.r -Ureas
lioods, Parasnl., kuitiroktorle, . 4
llich Dress Hllka, worth l,.r)0 ibrJI.Oii!' ' (
Hinh l)raa K,lk. w-,k 7 ... r..u ... ' !
Kioh Here ire Kobe al Kastern oust. . I
Kirh Challi Kobe at Kastern cost.' 1 ' , V
llich Valencies at Kastern cost.
Kioh Chnllies worth 10 cts. for 12) cts.
ltich Lawns (wsrranted fast colors) worth 2(1
cts. r..r I2J ot.
Kioh Embroideries at cost of Importation.
Klnli Clln.- -...I. nr. r . I,. .
Kioh Kmbroidered Helta worth Jil.oo ' for '
-l..'.t). , . .. ''
Kich Parasols at manufacturers' prices.
Ilenvp Broun Sheetings worth 10 cents for
Heavy Hrown Sheetings worth 10 cents for
HJ iHint. , i
Pine Hrown Sheetings worth 8J oenU Tor Hi
English Chinlr, a yard wide, for 10 cents.
j.u.-j. .-mu worm 't,iiu lor .;,ih;.
Hooo f-kirta worth t.l nil r.. it-
Misses Hoop .Skirts worth 75 cts. fur .'O oil.
u-iuica i.inen iinnukerchtets worth 1!1 cts.
for 124 cm-la
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs worth 10 cent
iur uj ois.
AISO a haaP .font nf PnkinK.J.. 11..:
A, J v - v, vuiiu-inui;., L-eDlllll,
0 , e, at unusually low pnoes.
FTTW h"v nevV m'' f h al-ove roorts.
which are all new and must ba aold In order to make
room for our heavy all purcli....
is. P. DOUGLASS A CO.,
B E- Cor. Main and Market six.
Fresh Meat Every Day.
KEYNOf.DS A JTrrilll h'
Daily Meat and Provision
5th etreel, 3 cfoor cant of lirorn ttrul,
lEEP constantly on hand Fresh Meats of
11 every xln-1. Ilufter. Eras. ml Yef.efj.hlrs. tn
"""on. Produce of alt da.ci Iptlona obtainable can
t!A. tbev do their own liiitnhrin p,.hit--n
rely on procuring Kre.h Ment tvi moknino ilu
rlna; the week. Ihey desire the people to know thst
on Mux hav inornlns they can procure meat .laugrit
ered rtunns the previous night. They will please
bear thl.ln mind. .
Thankful for ps.t patronaire, they solicit a contin
uance of public favor, determined to draarve It.
neiuenii-er otn street, Sdoors from llrowustreet.
NOTICE TO BUILDERB.
OKA LED Proposals will be reocived at the
J otlioeol the Auditor or Mnn;mn,.rtM,,ni n
until Mondat the :16th day of July, I HfiS, for the erec
tion and completion of a brick addition to the Mnnl
gt rn.T) County Innrmary iie about V) by HO leet.
. nu -,cv,,it:iii!ii. i-nn i-e seen, ana all mlor
mstlon had, toiiclilna the i-svmenta. tlm., nr M,m-,in.
tlon Ac . at the Hlnresniil nttlfe Ir-in, ,! af.A- o.l
day of inly neat. Jly ordur of
UA.Mll II. DHYUK.N, Auditor.
(Journal and Gazette copy and cli'ge Audltor'aouioe,
TX or between Huston Hall and 4th street.
S- two anal, and key (sold) set with different colored
tone. A liberal reward will lie given to the tinder
"j .cvi-a iiiviu at (oi. oince. Ic.n
A (aril to the rui-minir Public.
W7"E the undersigned have purchased of
W Wtrtln Bomberirer, ARent, anil tried one ol
Horsey' Seir-Hakini- Kj-Ri-iM-a -ml hi-..rH ...-n...
CR-tlll'-M lit Man-, D-I.- . V....... It .1.
great .ntl.factlon to recommend It to the rarmers a.
fh?t4.t cutting reaper we ha. e aver .een at work,
aud a. to raking It cannot beaumnssed ty any reap
er made. IIKNkl CA.ll.NKY,
tierman Tp., Montgomery Co.
SrE have Been the reaper of the Me.sra. Csrney,
uiauulattun-d by Frit. Kuhn. at work, and
y concur In what tliev have .aid.
HK.NHY D. HUNT, -J
Jackson Tp., llutler Co., O.
W. C. BANOAXL & CO.
AKfel receiving twice per day the best quali
ty of Rs.utierrle. from the Garden of Mr. i .
Uar.t. PainlHe. ahould .eoore theae berries for can
ning, and for Jam and preaerve, tbl. werk.
iney are aitouauy receiving inoae extra straw
berries from Sandu.ay.
Berrlea aud Fruit, or all klnda In aeaaon.
Je.0 Third at., near tha Foal Office.
At Baldwin' a Gallery.
At Baldwin's Gallery.
PicluY.t as Cents, iu Nice Cnac!
I'ittiirrM 3.1 fents, in Nice Case!
Pictures) !t. Cents, In Nice Case!
TI11UD ST.,3 DOORS EAST OK MAIN.
TIIIltD ST., 3 DOORS EAST OK MAIN.
TUIKO ST.,3 DOORS EAST OK MAIN.
800 a Day Cull Soon!
800 a Day Call Suon! .:
800 a Day Call Souii! "
For 30 Days! For 30 Days! For 30 Day si
Fcr 30 Dayal For 30 Daysl For 30 Day si
THK Stockholder of tha Itnavertown, Ia
d isn Hippie and Xenia Turnpike Company are
hereby notified that a meeting will be held on the
loth of July, at the achool house milea east of
Deavertowu, near R. V. Brne, at the place of
bold iug our aonual meetings, at 1 o'eloex, KM,,
lor the purpose of the stttvkhoblere voting for or
agnlust levying a tsx to pay the debe owing on said
road, lly order ol the Hoard.
jetaVwIin PTEIl PRVGH, Sec'y.
(Journal, (Gazette and Gernmutown lndecndentt
Pharmaceutist & Brnggist
niILLiU'3 HOUSE, THIRD ST., ,
HERE he bas oa band a fine lot of
pur Chemicals, Ferlumery Soap., Hair, Nail
and TootA Uru.bee. Particular attaatloa paia to
the oompuuiidiuK of Family Medljinea, aud t'hv.i
eiana' Pieauriptiona. Jelo
A KINK article for fine Linens, Shirt I!n
aooia; auparlor to eoaiaioa atarch. Vorsataby
J. W. 1HKIHU H, ,
JelS Phillip. House, third trt.
Preserve Your fur Irons Ilotli!
USE Nature's sure remedy, ''The KInur of
ked C4slar.ntheonlr sure article that trill pre.
aerva Pure, and all klnda of Woolen Uooda, Iroai
in. oe.irucrive aiiaca. 01 woina.
fr'or aale by tha Ageut tor liayioo,
J, W. DIKTMCH,
JelS Phillip. House. ,
RAT, ROACH A MOUSE DESTROTB
SUPERIOR to anything of ths kind man
ufaatured. 1 W. UIKIHICH,
Druss'lat, Puilitpe itouea.
WK, the undersicned, hsve nurd the
rreparatloa for rats, nianufactured hy i. W. Die
rich, liriiKSi.t, Phlllil-. Houe, and bste fouod 11 a
never falling article tur tha il.etroli-g of rata- snd
lliluk it aupenor to aui thm- ol the Liud uaw In u.
AUNKK HAP.KIS -J.
ell.. V. a. Ll'SflKB.
Vlocl; lie pairs.
J. W. SWOPE,
Jeweler, Wateh and Clock Waker
Has employed a flret elaaa workman to eall at the
re.ueueel.all w ho desire clocks repaired protiiptiy
la the best manner, and on reaoua...e term. - '
.inters left at the store. d M., adjoining theoQioa
Of K4 t Voting, will rrrelve lniluedlate attention.
naUklaotiuu guraut4. jelj-l
N0TICU ia harbf given thai th uoUr
signed waa thia day appointed Administrator
mi the eetate of Andrew lliepbaua, Ule of Muttt