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cloth alike, which oannot be unrrtld or pulled
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Thf sroAll made lth th hMrheet mwlnnieil
kill ami All warrantr. to wore well on At! kinds cf
(iKMla, frum the llxhtnt Uhrlo to heavy leather. In
particular, we would cull Attention of all to our nw
famllv Mewing mat'hliie. It haa been manufactured
wpressly for la ml It use, anil haa met with favor
from All. IMnn simplified as to render it tmpoest
Me to .ft out of order, or tier (intra Its operation
Indeed illi to simple aa to astonish on, that mo
mAll a pleie of menhan'am will ipw.
Itefow we (ttve a deiurlptionof Uie dliTerntatylM
of tha Weel Patent.
NO. 1. Is every convenient ttylo which otn b
Worked hy hand or foot, on or off Its own table. For
eonvenlenee or shippliieTaml Alio for largo manufac
torlea where it it nenaisary to plaae a number of
marhlnea Into ton bench ranking on tAbl answer
(or them All. Price w.
NO. 9. With wlnut or Mahrwanjr Table, either
with or without Box Top, whioh locta down. Prioe
loo And uo,
NO. s. HnmeilzAAi No 9, but runi with ft belt
And At a hlher rate of apeed. This kind ! well
adapted to manufacture olnthlnxor leather work.
This It rnAlly theoheapeat iahtnft in the mark!
At there li no ork done on a Hewing Machine thAt
it will not do. It In confidently asserted thAt this
Maehlneruna easier than auy maohlne now La um.
NO. 4. This Machine has a Ions Arm, to ooom
modatelrre work. It runt At a high rate of epeed
rum easily, And It without a doubt, the beet Machine
for Tailor's usn.ever oftred to the public. It la also
paauharlr Htti. for plantation work, aa tt 1a very
simple yet subetantlal and durable, with but little
Ilnhllltj to ire tout ol order. Price 104.
NO. a. Thi li a nev And cheaper ityle, And a
general favorite for Ki.mHy, light leather, And a
great variety of work. It has been Rotten up with
reference to furnishing a strong and durable, yet
light And tasty machine, At a lees price than either
of the Above. It rune very ener, rapidly. And Is
pronouaoe l the boat machine now iu market for
NO. I. Thli li a machine got up on An entirely
naw prlnolole, fttifjrent from anything ever before
offered to the public, and we confidently Aitert that
for ramlly uan ithai not an miuaI, It is very light
andtaaty, runt vury rapidly, la almost noiseless In
Its operation, And uses a rthaioiit wceih.e. It li
o arranged ai to bo utterly impossible for It to miss
atltches. It hat a ten Ion on but i a bice, and carries
A large supply of thread on the under spool. The
motions are gained by two small cranks that run
without perceptible nolan. The two threads are
worked lniuch a mnnnr as never to mill both at the
same tlrne, nnd consequently, little liable to break.
The seam Is very elastic And the thread does not
break In washing. It will do coario work better
tnaa any cheap machine now In market, as tt uses
silk, ootton, or Mntien with equal facility. Price $60
DtMcriptlve f'lrciilfiM furnished gratis.
OF KICK 417, II HO A It W A Y. N. Y.
WHITNEY & LYON Proprietor.
D.J TRUMP, Agent. el7-4ra dw.
CLOSING OUT SALE
Rich Dress Goods,
Embroideries, Tuniso-ls, &c.
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.'S!
B. B. Cor. Main and Market ti ,
COMMENCING TUKSDAV, JUNK 14
And will oontinuc until thp entire itock of Rummer
Dre.t Guuus, ParitRul.. Kmbrolderteit, Ao.t
Kioh Dress Bilks, worth $1,50 for $1,00.
Rich Dross Bilko, worth To ots. fur 50 ot.
Kioh Herein Hobci at Koatern odst.
Kich Challi Kobos nt Eastern cost
Kioh Vnlonoina at Knutern coot
Kioh Chullies worth 20 ots. for 12 ots.
Kioh Lawna (warranted fast oolors) worth 20
ots. for 1 2J eta.
Kioh Embroideries at coat of importation.
Rich Collars worth 25 oenta for 10 oonta,
Rich Embroidered Hctts worth $0,00 for
Rioh Parasols at manufacturers' prices,
lleavp Brown Hhoctings worth 10 oenta for
Heavy lirown Sheetings worth 10 cents for
Fine Brown Sheetings worth SJ oonta for 6
English Chintz, a yard wide, for 10 oents.
Hoop Hkirts worth 4,00 for .1,00.
Hoop Bkirts worth $3,00 for $2,00.
Misses Hoop Hkirts worth 75 ots. for 50 ots.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs worth 20 ots.
for 12 oents.
Ladies' Linen Handkoroliiefs worth 10 oenta
for 6J ots.
Also a heavy stock of Cottonades, Denims,
&0., &0., at unusually low prices.
Ct"W have a heavy etook or the above goods,
whlob are all new and tnu.t be sold In order to make
room for our heavy fa.H purchases.
N. P. DOUGLASS fc CO., -Jell
8. K. Cor. Main and Market .U.
A SITUATION, by a married man, a
In a Wholesale or KetAtl Grooery and Pro
vision Store. Addresa
J- . w. B., tmptr Office.
W. C. RANDALL & CO.
ARB receiving twioe per day the beat quali
ty of Haspuerrlea from the Garden of Mr. 1 .
Oarit. Fmtliut should sanure these berries foroan
atns;, and for Jam and preserves, thta week.
They are alio dully receiving those extra Htraw
berrtea from HnndiMKy.
llerrtes and Fruit, of all kinds In season.
je'iO Third St., near the I'ost Office. ..'
Fresh Meat Every Day.
itEVNOi.os a j erratics'
Meat and Provision
6th street, 3 doors east of lirown street,
KEEP constantly on hand Fresh Mnata of
ivery Hind, liutter, Khiti, And Vegetables, In
mmoo. Protluoe ol all dcrij.Uoni obtnlnbl can
Im had at their utore,
Cf"Ai they do thir own butchering, the Public can
rely oa procuring Fresh Meat eteky muhnino du
ring the week. I hoy desire the people to know that
on MoNDAy morn tuff they ia procure meat ilaiiRht
red during the previous night. They will plvaae
bear thtttn mind.
Thankful fir pait patronage, they tollclt a contin
uance of nubile favor, determined to deserve it.
Remember 6th street, doors from Drown street,
Physiology & Physiognomy
MRU. THOMPSON, Dootreaa,
KNOWN throughout all the principal
ettles of the Union fur the number and oonopiet
urea she has elleoted for atllloted teuales, haa taken
Hoe N, iO, Deckel Ilnuie, (hti Phoenix How,)
Where she may he onnsulted hv all lemates who are
arTected with di.eases peculiar to the sex.
Bhe ourea peruiauvutly Dy.pepala, and all dehlll
Mas, obstructions, ac.,to whteh females aresuhjeet.
Her mediilues sro vegetable preparations, and are
ladiaa Remedies. Titer are a sure euro.
Fersouxl examlntittune made at her room, and
cures guaranteed, and married life made aareeanle.
Khe will (live true delineations of character, made
from examination ol neati, laue anu neca.
Hhe will extract corns without drawing blood.
All she propo.es In do, she will guarantee.
Khe Invites tbe atfliutcd ladtes of Uavton to eatl
andooosult her soon, as she will remain but aahort
NOTICE TO PUPILS.
THOSE interested are hereby notified that
all applicants for admission into the Central
High ai.hm.l, upon eMaiitn.tion, are requested to
meet at the C. H . 8. Iluildingon next Monday, the
17th Inst., at t o'clock, A.M.
1. V. MILI.KR,
H. L SHOWN,
A Curd to the Furmlng Public.
WE the undersigned have purchased of
Martin Bomberaer, Agent, and tried one
Dorsey's Self-Raking Iteaiters aud Mowers, manu
factured bv atresia. Frits a Kuhns,aud it glvea ua
great satisfaction to recommend it to tbe farmer, aa
the best suiting reaper we ha e ever seen at work,
And as to rakiug it cannot be.urra.sed by any reau-
nr.r.KY I'Anrih s,
German Tp., Montgomery Co.
11 ry, have seen the reaper of the Messrs. Carney.
TT manufactured hv Frits a Kubns at work, and
luny eonour in wnsi iney nave saiu.
IliiNKV D. HUNT,
Jackson Tp., ilutlcr Co., O.
IN or between Huston 11 all and 4th street,
two seal, and key (gold) aet with different colored
stone. A liberal reward will b given to the tinder
ey leaving them at this oillee. Jew
t)K HOXKSof extra nice Oranrea. juat re
aVU 'eetvedhr BKANUKKUUKO CO..
Jel4-lwd ho. sue, Third Mreet
FOUND, Veaterday, a tiafe Key. For
further Information, Inuuire at thla offle.
TIROTIIER JONATHAN, for,tbe "4th"
WW W. JUH I1WITW1,
tiew; M Fi li litl'UU
fill U " li
OHIO, SATURDAY.: JULY 1851),
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OF.ioa oa auauOATioNt
Xnpirl laiUitg,Ihirltt.,Si)itkiiieUMiilt lefferwi
fer K.tlSB.OOp.r rearlnadvaaoe.
anagleeopiee.putnv in wrapper., Saente.
The Cioclnnatl Tt pa Foundry Oomosny Is
our dulr authorised Aa;ent to make contracts
and receipt for Advertisement subscriptions,
ate., in mat city.
To BosikissMek. Tha Empire Job Rooms
are in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the best style
of the art. Call in andesaminaonr work and
learn our prices.
BT To AnTiariaias. Advertisements or
Notices for the Kmpira must b handed into
the office by fen 'eoc on the day they are de
sired to ha published Hief Imttr. Wa cannot
agree to insert them after thathour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thosa who doiire to bava advertisements
inserted in tha Wetkly Empirt should hand
them in by Baturdny morning, at the latest.
HaaOur advertising patrons will perceive
that, by oar arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important matter to them.
STSee 4th psge for Telegraph Reports.
No Paper on Monday.
Having never yet ventured upon a desecra
tion of our National Sabbath by performing
unnecessary work thereon, w will not at this
1st day change our habits. Of course we wil'
not issu a paper Monday. Tuesday, as usual,
the Empire will visit its numerous readers.
Doixos on tax 4th. We hare secured the
err ices of r porters at the various points of
note in the Miami Valley, and our readers rosy
expect succinct account of the "doings of
the people" on that day, in' the Empire early
in the week.
Attintion, iNDiPtNCMT. Yon are hereby
notified to attend an exercise this evening at T
o'clock, to try the "Extension Brakes." By
order of the Foreman.
No Paper on Monday. W. H. ROUZER, Sec'y.
FosrroxxMtHT- The Hook and Ladder Com
pany have postponed their meeting until the
11th of July at 8, P.M.
I. O. 0. F. Dattox Lonux No. 873. The
officers and members of this Lodge are request
ed to meet in their new hall in Walker's block
on 5th street, this evening at 8 o'clock for bu
siness. By order of the Trustees.
C. D. COLDEVU.
Wbat wi do Arts Diatu Will be the sub
ject of Mr. Burton's discourse at the Universal-
ist.Ohurch, 8t. Clair street, to-morrow even
ing. Morning services at the usual hour. All
lSr We are requested to say that Dr. L.
K. Conly, tranoe spoaker, will leoture in tbe
grove on Steele's Hill on to-morrow at 3
o'olock, P. M. . Tha puhlio are invited to
attend. Heata will be prepared.
You are hereby notified to meet at your Arm
ory on Monday morning, July 4th, at 7 o'clock,
A. M., armed and equipped, 'or parade. By
D. SCHREIAK, Capt.
tr Rev. air. Fay will not go to St. Lou la to
locate, aa haa been published. From a card
published in tbe Journal of thia morning, we
learn that so far as the Rev. gentleman knowe
there ie juat as mnch probability of his going
sp to tbe head waters of Lake Superior, or to
Pike's Peak, as to St. Louis! We like the
margin given; it ie broad.
Q7Baldwin's Gallery will be opea the 4th
from 7 until half psst 6 o'clock for the purpose
of giving all an opportunity of securing one
of his Excelsior Miniture Portrait. 600 a dayl
J1 Laos ! if Laos 1 Oo to Hhulls this evening
and procure flags for the 4th. All who go
from home on Monday should at least deck
their residences in a 4th of July rig leave
representative appearance of patriotism at
home I Those who remain should put on a
liberty garb. The flags I flags I
CTBrsodenburg A Co., will be welt eupplied
with good thing for consumption on tbe 4th,
and they will have plenty of assistance to wait
on the people.
UTOur compsitor made a miatake yesterday
in a name. Be said tbe "Montgomery," when
he should have said the ' Washington" Guard
ill picnic on the County Fair Grounds, on the
4th. We learn that the Lafayette Guard will
not picnic on the 4th, a w were informed
yesterday by a member of the Company.
ET On Thuraday laat, we were up the river
on a fishing excursion, in the neighborhood of
Johuaon' Station, D. it M. Road, when w
met a couple of youngatere one a school teach
er, and the other a typo from this city, lug
giog a big basket of lunch, and in sesrch of
Sunderland Fallal We suppose they traveled
two or three mile with that basket, end whan
we laat aw them they were about three miles
from the point of search, pratty well fagged
down, and on the wrong aide of th river!
Have they found Sunderland Fallal
FiaiMia'e Qauttb Kmlasoemixt. Tha
Firemen's Oaaette come to us this wsek eon,
iderably enlarged and improved, and with a
new, elegant and appropriately illustrated head
iog. This latter is th handiwork of II r. Geo
L. Oroome, of this city, and ia th prattleatand
most auitabl conceit for a fireman' paper that
we have ever een. Th new story 'Lucy
Uorton, or, the Fireman' Bride" is commenced
in th enlarged number. It make a good
tart, and will doubtless grow in interest. The
general appearance aad conduct of the Gazette
haa improved, if possible, with it sis. W
hope aU our citiseos will encourage the enter
prise by eubacribing for the paper. We corns
mend it heartily to everybody, and euggeat that
each eubscriber procure at lraat one more apiece,
Address 0, B. Orowell, (inclosing $1.50; Day
Avothkb Aocidbbt raoM Uoors As
young lady wbo lives in Cinoinnati,(and was
on ber way home from Munole, Ind,)was
alighting from the Greenville oars yesterday
afternoon, at the Union Depot, her foot
caught in one of the hoops of her skirt, and
she was thrown violently down, falling on a
bird cage whioh she bad in her hand, in
which were two beautiful canary bird,
mashing th cage and killing one of the
birds. Tbe lady was not seriously injured
pgr W learn that Unry Heed, Esq
formerly editor tbe Commercial ie about to
tart new paper la the Queen 0117. to he
icluelrely Boder hU eontrol,
MaSOMO OlLloaATlON AT Lssanon. Tie
Masonie Fraternity will have a Grand Celebra
tion at Lebanon on the 4th. The Brethren of
this city have been cordially Invited to partici
pate. We are authorised tossy that half fare
only will be charged those desiring to attend.
The train will leave the Xsnia Depot at lttu
A.M.Monday Morning leave Xeniaat4;31,
A. M., and arrive at Deetfield 5,5 1. The Breth
ran will have carriage in waiting to convey
guest to Lebanon, where they Will arrive about
6:3a, A. M. Full fare will be paid at Dayton,
and certificate given at Lebanon for return free.
The occasion will doubtless be a very plea
ssnton ; and the "going and coming" will be
plea-ant, as the trip will be made in the absence
Goon Flora. Without good flour the best
bakers fail to make good bread, and we there
for take the liberty to recommend to those who
went a good article of flour to call at the Store
Hons of J. Harabman A Bro., where they can
not fail to be suited. Their mill at Oaborn is
acknowledged to be one of the Urgent and best
in the State, in a fine grain growing region and
their machinery is hf the most improved kind.
This gives them superinr advsotagee and their
brand always commands the highest pricea.
Our good house wife knowe bow to make good
bread, but she must have good flour. With this
we are accommodated at th present time from
th mill of Harahman A Brother and a bread
is the staff of life, they di'Sorvo great credit
for furnishing an article which never fail to
give satisfaction. Call for the Brand "J.
Harshman 4-Bro., Imperial Mills, Green Oo,
O.," end you will get fie article.
tT InUirmeut at
Woodland Cemetery for
the month of June :
I year and under
1 lo I
6 to 10
10 to 90
90 to 40
1 year and under
10 to 20
90 to 40
4 . 86.
Could we, present better evidence of the
health of our city then tha aboveT
Not in tub Proubamme, Among the en
tertainments, prepared for tbe excursionists
at Chicago were the exoeroisee of the Fire
men. Mr. S. L'llomedieu, President of the
tl. & V. railroad, stood near the hose,
and was quite an interested speotator of the
great volume of water thrown by the En,
gmes, when all at once eometmng struck
him in the rear, which propelled him near
ly across the street ! When he recovered
his equilibrium ,8onator Douglas took him by
the band and finding him completely drench
ed with water from the bursting of tbe boae,
dryly apologised for giving Mr. L'H. suoh a
oool reception, by saying "That the City of
Chioego was not ohargeable for this, as it
was not in the Programme of tbe day!'
kta.Tbe Journal of this morning says:
"It is suggested that the prospeot cf hedg
ing the crossing at Third and Main should
be revived, and that they ebould be acoom.
pliebed either with wood or iron."
we suggest that tbe suggestion aforesaid
be put in the shape of a demand. Are not
tbe Counoil oar servant? and clever ones,
Tub Was Sriiir in Dabee. The following
ill give our readers some idea of the belligerent
spirit in Darke county. Rumor says the King's
English has met with terrible slaughter, and
the following bulletin would seem to confirm it:
War In Europe
There will he ameetinr held inBeamsvilleon
tho Hi th of June, lb59 for tbe purposes of
forming a mnatiary uomponey a urn out aud
lawi in to nanxee
Thia Br orders Sf the Committer
June 31 19591
Yibld or Gold rca tub Paxaiar Teab. The
Philadelphia Pennaylvanian learns from the
Hon. Jsmes Roaa Snowden, Director of the
Hint, that there is every resson, from our gold,
pioduciog States, will afford a favor abli com
pariaon with that of any former year. He also
stales that there are large amouuts of bullion,
principally ailver, being received at Few Orleana
and San Francisco, from Mexico. The branch
mint of the United States, at San Frxucisco, i
pushed to it utmoat capacity to meet the buai
nes thrown upon it, by reaaen of the increaa
ed yield of the mine of California, and the it-
ceipt cf ailver from Vexieo, .
HEAD QR'S 3D BRIGADE, 2D DIVISION O. V. M.
An election will be held by tbe member of
the Montgomery Guard, Company B, on Tnaa
day, July 13, 1859, between the hour of 13
M ., and C, P. if., at th Armory of the compa.
ny for a Third Lieutenant of the ssme.
By order of Brigadier General Viillaodigham,
D. A. HAYNES, Brig. Maj.
3d Brig. 2d Div. O. V. M.
Good Things. Our old friend J. K. Ucb
hart advertises some good things in
to-day's paper, He has just received
variety of cboioe uroceries, which we oan
conscientiously reooinmend, liis stock is
all frcsb, and good aa it i fresh. Call in at
83, Jefferson St., aud examine.
IgUWe learn the Methodist Cliuroh of
Miami City, in connection with a number
of invited guests, held a piunio yesterday
in a neighboring grove. Arrangement bad
previously been made to render the occasion
a pleasunt and joyous one, and a general
good time waa bad by tbe "pionioker.''
tT Wo notice aeveral business men of 0er
mantnwa in the city to-day, purchasing fixtures
for the accommodation of the people on the4tb.
They report ample preparation, and request us
to say the good folk of Tulpehockea will be
prepared to receive all wbo come, and treat
them hospitably. Ho, for Germautown on the
IT Amongat the tsaoy counterfeits now in
circulation we notice one on tho Forest City
Baauk, Cleveland, Ohio 10a. Vignetur, aix
female, and four male oa left end; imitation
of genuine. Better refus all bill having thia
vignelta; they . being made to represent several
Ohio Lanka. ,
fT Harper, the editor of the Ml. Vernon
Banner, gar th Republican candidal for Lt
Governor a trouncing the other day, for ap
proachiug him in an insulting manner.
laaTTbe Teaobere' Convention will be
holden in thia oily next week, oommenoing
on th 6th, and closing on the 8th. The
delegatee will be obarged bat half far.
Ma-Ker. Mr, Kemper will preach from
the Court Uoiim steps at ft o'eloek to-mor
[Correspondence of the Daily Empire.]
XENIA, July 1.1859.
En, Euriai : Our quiet village haa bean in a
(I at of feverish excitement for several day past
in anticipation of th installation of a lodg of
th I, O. of the Son of Malta, and a midnight
procession of th order on Thursday evening.
The I. O. S. M. is sn ancient Institution, the
establishment of which dates back to a very re
mots origin, the precis year beiug shrouded in
myatery, and in which the command to "relieve
the wretched" ia strictly enjoined. Such is
handed down by tradition, but ss I hsre not
hrd the glorions privilege of penetrating the
"mystic veil," I cannot shed any mors light on
About half paat 7 o'clock on Thuraday eve
ning the train arrived, bringing a large dolrga
tion of the "brethren" from Dayton, to assist in
the ceremonies. From the depot they proceed
ed in "due order" to Odd Fellows' Hall, the
use of which had been kindly tendered for th
occasion. The Lodge was duly installed and
a large number of candidate ware initiated in
to the sublime and tranacendent mysUTies of
the ancient and time-honored institution and
duly inatructed in tba peculiar and appropriate
' Work" of the order. Having never "put on
the harness," I was reluctantly compelled to
occupy sn outaide pew; but judging from tl.
jovinl am ilea of tha brethren "after meeting,"
they mtiat have enjoyed a highly gratifying and
Tha town waa all excitement, and curiosity
on tiptoe to witnea the myaterioua proceaaion
of the rnyatio brotherhood. Hie oeremouiea
having been concluded, about 1 o'clock the
procession issued from the hall, esch member
attired In robe and cowl and the cflicctfi invest
ed with the paraphernalia, moved in all the
glorions "pomp and circumstance" of war. I
was forcibly reminded of tho chivalry of olden
times, when "ye ancient" knights we'it forth
to battle with their foes.
The procession marched through the priuc!
pal streets, which were literally and compactly
lined with men, women and children eager for
"the fray," besides a large number of ncgroee
Iu short, our populslion ocoupied the streets
en masse, rendering it extremely difficult at
some points for the procession lo move, return
ing to the hall about 3 o'clock. The spectacle
presented by tbe procession waa at once sub
lime end majestic, eminently calculated to im
preas the beholder with becoming awe and ao
After diveeting themselves of "ye ancient
trappings, the brethren in "due order" took up
the line of march for the Ewmg House, where a
sumptuous repeat had been provided by the
brethren of Xenia. After being properly pre
sented at tbe "feed" room, the company sat
down to the groaning tablea, the luxuriea nf
which faat diaappeared with a relish and guato
that none. know better than our Dayton friends
how to appreciate. It was the unanimous de
cision that the supper could not be excelled.
end "mine boat" received the heartfelt thanks
of all interested for the quality aud abundance
of his "feed."
The ceremonies of the evening haviug closed
at a late hour, the mystic brotherhood separated
and our Dayton friends, who were in "good
condition" and proved themeelves abundantly
able to "hold their oats," took tha early train
Tbe fat, jolly faced gentleman from Dayton
wbowaa injured by jumping hum the traiu at
Oedarville a short time since, was eufncienlly
recovered to participate in the proceedings, aud
contributed his full share towards the amuse
ments of the evening.
Tbe Phoenix Band of your city waa also in
attendance and contributed largely to the grati
ficatioaof ourcitlxen by their truly recherche
and soul stirring music, and tha unanimous
verdict in their favor was, "hard to beat,"
Tbe "Deacon also received tbe uaammous
and hearty lhauka of our Dayton frieuda for his
polite attentions during the "season."
Th night of June 30th, 1859, will long b
remembered by our citiaen as one cf the notable
events of the year, and the myaterioua order is
the all absorbing theme.
Fourth of in
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
Tho following 6rder will be observed, in
forming the line, under the direction of the
Grand Marshal, David tihafi'ur, Ksq., assist
ed by bis Aids.
1 Uen. Deardorff end Stuff.
2 (Springfield Light Artillery.
3 Treinont Light lluarde.
4 Springfield Light tiuards.
5 Mayor and City Counoil.
6 Orator and Header.
7 The clergy of the city.
8 Uermun lienevolent Society.
9 Friendly (Sous of Ht. Patrick.
10 Neptune Fire Co., and their guests,
Kouutuio Fire Co., ol liellefouiaine,
Molunkoe lire Co., of Ur Luna.
11 Hilver Urey Fire Company.
12 Union Fire Co., and tlioir gueata,
Neptune Fire Co., of Duyiun.
13 Hook und Ladder Company.
14 lud. Hover Fire Co.. aud their guests,
Independent Fire Co., of Duytou.
Oregon Fire Co., of Dayton,
Neptune Fire Co , of Ccdurrille.
15 Mad Kiver .Spies, Captains Sinta and
T he proceaaion will form at 0 o'clock, and
will march south on High street to Mechan
ic street; through Mcclianio to Main street;
east on Main street to 1'enn street; through
1'enn to High street; west on High street to
spring street; through .Spring to Columbia
tree! to, Factory street; through Factory to
Main street; through Limestone to the
Urounds, immediately south east of the rail
HiriiAKD ConiiXN. The defeat of the Der
by Ministry in England, and the selection J
a new Cabinet with Kiohard Cobden, the
great Reformer und Liberalist, will give un
alloyed satiefaotion throughout the oountry.
He ie an ablo, and we think an honest man;
but if so, his honesty will be put to a sever
trial while remaining in tbe Kugliah Cabi
net. Mr. Cobden baa just returned to Eng
land from a visit to tbe United Blatea, his
return being accelerated by bia election to
the now Parliament He little dreamed, we
luppoae, that it would lead to his election aa
a Cabinet Minister by Lord John HusaelL
The amount of Weat India fmit consumed
in Mew York yearly i $i,5lH),CH)0.
Twenty barrele of new flour aold at New Or
leaua, on th VUth, at 9 per barrel.
Petitions us In circulation in Bos ton, praying
for a commutation of tha aenlenc of lb mu
tineer, Pluimuer. Hia counsol ar about to
sua out a writ of error.
Th R-v. J. W. Rick ha beau convicted ia
Placer county, Calif.. inia, and fined $MX. for
marrying Mis K. McDonald lo John Yal
without the cuuseutof her pareula, she being
Ther ar ia th 8lU nf Massscbusette, e
curding to return laid before lb lereut Gener
al Sabbath School Uonveotioo, 418 Sabbath
School, wttn (MIS Uachar. and 87, Or wboU
are, of which latter number 94,Utiv r over li
rear of eg
St. Louis Correspondence.
St. Louis—Its Improvements—The Weather—
Houser Respited—Pike's Peak a Reality—
Pike's Peak a Humbug—Departure of Italians
for Italy—The Overland Mail, &c.
[Correspondence of the Empire.)
ST. LOUIS, June 27, 1859.
Dear Kmhieb: you no objections
I will give you a few items respecting St,
Louis, its people, Slo. The oity is undergo'
ing more improvements this season, than it
haa for a number of years, with its now
buildings, both public nnd private. It ia
staled by different poreoua that Iho brick
yards of St. Louis cannot supply the gront
demand mndo upon them for brick, and con
sequently, brick will have to be shipped here
during the summer. Every man of capital
seems to be laying out his money for build
ing purposes; each one etriving to outdo the
other in oonstruoting fine bouses. A com
pany ie now taking oontraota to oonstruot a
Street Hailroad, on the same pattern as
Philadelphia and New York, and if the
enntraots are oloscd this month, we trill
have a stroot Hailroad by the first of August.
Whon that ia completed St Louis will be
the greatest city in the South or West, both
for its line buildings, its commerce and home
wealth. In its trade on the river it ie une-
qualod; frequently we see an hundred steam,
er at the wharf reoeiving and dichnrging
goods for all points, nnd from all points on
the Western wnters.
The weather for tho pastfow days has been
very warm, nnd moat ol the time clear,
with but little rain. The people, such days
as this, transact all the out door business
tlioy oan in the morning, not liking to make
the acquaintance of old Hoi in theso long
and narrow streets nt midday. Yesterday
there were several cases of sun stroke, one
near the post office and two on the wharf.
The murderer, Houser, vaho wee to have
been hung here on Friday, July 1st, wns re
spited by Uov. Stuart, for six months, lie
oommittcd the murder in Gasconade, and pe
titions from that place and also from his
home in llenton county, hare beon presented
to tho Governor, asking commutation of his
sentence to imprisonment in the ponitontinry
for life. It will be remembered that Lamb
was hung here on Friday, the week before
the last, for murderiag his wife. There are
also several others in jail now, who deserve
the same fate.
Pike's. feak is now believed by some to be a
glorious roalty; it is the first and lost topio of
conversation between friends and strangers,
all alike eeem anxious of a good thing, and
receive favorable news, with gladness, almost
joy. As it is, companies are arriving and
organizing every day, lor the new "Land of
Promise,'' some having barely enough to
take them there, expeoting as soon as they
get there to realise large fortunes. In faot
some men have oome bore and went on to
Leavenworth, intending to go on foot from
the latter place, end carry their own provis
ions, not thinking nor earring about the hard
ships hey will have to undergo. Besides
that, they cannot oarry enough provisions to
last them half the distance, and when their
last mile is gone, they will hare to depend
altogether upon their guns for food.
On the other hand we have them return
ing every day, with long faoes end troubled
brow, having the poorer! opinion imagina
ble nf I'ike'e Peak, and the West in general,
advising all whom they see to stay at home,
as there is no gold in the Western country;
and the exoitemont and glowing acoounts
are mere epeculation gotten up by scoun
drels who have gone out there and salted
olainis in order to -tell tbe credulous pt.plo
ol the country, in getting them to buy. Hut
they say this is but one class of swindlers
at tbe Peak; there are others who have gone
out there with provisons riflo whiskey,
olothes, and various other indispensible ar
ticles, to swindle thorn out of what litt'e
money they have loft eftor buying their
olniins or striking their own. They are not
as honest in salting claims at the Peak, as
tlioy are in Californio, for at tbe last named
place they will sell yon out all of the claim
they are working, while at the Teak thry
Mill sell but one half that half which has
no gold in it. On tho wholo they are sick,
vory sick, and wish they had stayed at home
with ma, or their darling little ones tbey left
behind them, instead of going to that great
Eldorado oalled the Peak. Those that have
the fever believe nothing, but push on in
hopes of having their wishes realised.
Great is the sympathy of tbe poeple pene-
rally in this oity, with Italy. Some 70 Ital
ians left here last week for their native land
to take part in the war, and a number more,
I loam, intend going ae soon aa they can
turn what property they have into cash.
There were brave looking fellows, and no
doubt think they oan do their oouutry good.
The overland mail arrived here luel nyht
with interesting news. 1 had a chat with
the driver thie morning, who is one of the
most perfect gentlemen 1 ever met with. He
reports plenty of grass and water, along the
route; and aa fur as gaino iu concernuJ,
there is no end to such as deer and buffalo,
not excepting smaller game'
The Indiana are atill very troublesome all
along the route, lie met a great number of
Pike'e Peakers returning, nd quite a num
ber going. He is an intelligent man, ajd
C. S. M.
Tax Payee ix Cincinnati. The Ciui
einnati Gazette publishes list of persous
who have paid their eemi-ennual tax, the
preaent year, when amounting lo $15U,whioh
would make $300 per annum. The list em
braoee tha names of near nine hundred per
son. The highc! tax paid by any one man
is that of Mr. Longworth, whioh for the half
year amsunted to 121,159 42 or f 11,318
84 for the whole year, a sum auffioiently
large to give a good etart in th world.
The Merchant Bank of Cleveland haa
paid a tux of $10 10 for property owned
,1b artesian wall at (Jommbu is
1,975 feet deep, having baen sunk seven feet
the paat three month. Tbe tubing ha been
again removed, and th workmen are engag
ed la reaming out for till more cylinder
Thia well now lack but 230 feet of being
th iMpMt la the United, guts
FAIRFIELD, June 30th.
Mn. : aeerpt my
thanks for yntir issue of the !14th inst., contain
nn? an article in wmcn my nam piys a con-
spiniMia part. 1 he author ther complains
grievously of th sentiments and opinions we
were pleased to hold in regatd to a pravlnus
communication, signed "P. D " of which he
claims to tie the author. He pleads guilty '
the charge admita tho truth ol our position,
but vindicatea his own wrong by offering sn
0 her In justification; But tha man appear
to maiiifest a remarkable proclivity ia hi affec
tions for falsa conclusion'. Fur ha no aooner a.
knowledged one wrong than he launched form
into a greater nbusa i f Ihe truih, in lavishing
compliment upon my name. What hns my
vocation to tio wun in ititioceiicB orguiiini
tha parlies? As much, perlmps, as Mr. Sam 1
Htrausliurg'a "dilch," with a "trespass," or tl
lawa of Pennsylvania in settline the compntci
cy nf a witness in the cntirta of Ohio. Hut as a
chriilian prnplr, we should have have charily
for each other, and bear with one another a in
firmitiea. Aa I observed in mv previous communication
of June ad, "With the guilt or innocence of th
partiea 1 have nothing to do," tbnt question
having been pasaed upon hv the consistory.
liut according lo mr. Harshman e recent ver
ainn of the mailer, it becomes a question nf
veracity between i Iter parties the consistory
nf one part, and Mr. Harshman of Iho other
The latter asserts that Mrs. Butmait rorrob
nratea the state of Mrs. Ilreuner, thst Mr. Bains
did enter Ihe moat house nt the lime referred
to. Hie former deny it, aud s.ty audi lai
gusge was not in testimony. Now if such
men In our community aa n-igentmeii, itatuutr,
esq vtiison, Molar, Uosl, Win. ll-on, ana
Miller, members of that conaistary not only
leading members in their own church hut in
society, are uot lo be relied upon, wewill surely
lie under la.llug obligations to Mr. tiariman to
show it. But we would aui'gest the propriety
of having vastly more ponderable testimony to
accomplish it, than has yet been addnred.
Aa the above waa the only tioint deserving
of notice, we leave tha aubjt-ct for the present,
declining, huwever, Mr, Hartmau'a polite invi
tation to "call," aa I apprehend no improve
ment in morality or integrity.
J hia reply has been deferred to afford oppor
tunity to confer with the members nf the con-
J. T. READ.
X7Tho Independent man lalka of enacting
a new roe, that nf biographer, w e may be
able to furnish him more material than he will
know how lo use.
CTThe trial of John Weilael, fur Burglary, ia
In progresa. vallaudighom 4 McMahon are
counael for the defendant.
Ho, Every Body.
Til 10 eame old kind of Cheeae I uned to keep,
and no mistake. Call around, frlentla, and ret
a slice for the Fourth.
Will have it all Summer and
J. K. (.KIIHAHT,
No. 83 Jrdrnon St., Ag't.
Ho, Ye Anglers.
CAI.I. rn J. K. (lehhart nnd get a nioe fish'
Ingjtole. I have got nice ones, and no mistake.
J.v J, K. U.
A Very Nice Article of Honey
JUST received, topother with a fresh sup"
plyofall Blndf of oholoe Groceries.
i. IV. US1IHAHI ,
jy He Jeflerson street.
Gum Drops, Fine Candies.
liKANDKNBUKG & CO., -
NO. SOU THIHD ST.,
HAVE juat reoeived, direot from N. York,
by express, a aupply of choice
Gum Drops, Mixed Candies, &c.,
Which will he sold at Wholesale or Retail, on fa
vorable terms, for cash.
The assorluieut ooutprlses in part
Liq u o rice,
and Soft Drot e.
All of which are fresh, and verv nice. Ttu-vhave
recelvetlalao by same express achoti-e assorttuaut of
riuo nflixea Candies,
of latest stylos and of most exquisite flavor and
They aeapcetftilly ailr sn lnsptotlon of IhelrstorV,
oontie.leut ihey oau olter very superior inducements
to uuycrs. it. v (. tt.,
Jul sue id street.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Celebration at Springfield!
HALF FARE TICKETS!
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R.
DASSENOKKtf on all regular trains car-
-i. iled to ttprloirtleld, Green Spriusa and Sandua
xy, on the 4lh of July, at half the usual fare.
Trull,, will leave Haton a! r.uo aud 10,40 A- M
Returning, an extra train will leave apilngut-td lor
Uayton at lu o'clock at nlpht on tt-.esth-jj
l-J-Jt JUnN H. HLllaUN, Sup't.
Ward's 0i)oi(ion Steamboat Line!
Pay Your Fare no Further lltnu
The Fast and splendid Upper Cabin Steamer
F O R E S T E 11 !
CairT. J. 1WVAKI),
'1 ''Sve, S. D. k. C. R. IK. Dork, HnnduBky, ever? Hy
(Suiiily't M'ejitctl) t l oVlo.'k, P. bi. for tltve-
iuiu, nvinR in ..ifweirtau j r. ana .ou
ufti!.iK with Wniri's ftiat ana spiuul OpiKMilion
Sea Bird and Arctic
CAFT. C.C BLODOITT, CAPT. H. FISH.
For Hutralo, Niagara Falls, New York, and ALL
ruiis aAf i .
The Kvie by thu route will be
One-half that charged by Hail Roads
or any competing Hoe of side.wheel titaamera,
No matter how cheap the latter may bay
Returning the Forester leavea Cleveland every even
lug fuuila) a exrt-pted) arriving in t.iH.uky at 1 A.
M , ami Toledo at 6 A. Al.', counecllug with aU tha
11ATK3 UK FAHK
Sandusky to Cleveland, $1 oo
" Butalo, 3 60
" Niagara Falls, 4 i
" " A return 00
" " New Yorlf, 11 60
" Tuleuu, 1 go
Unlike the Rail Road Steamer, Tar on
idii iitti tacnargea but cuo.
Meals and State rooms are all Intluded.
J. U. WJKUANK. Ag t, Sandusky.
From tho Tropics
. 11, Brand enberg & Co..
HAVK juat received by eiprea Ibis aioro.
Inf a large lot of those splendid
Also, alars; supply ol Orenreaand Lemons.
Berries, Cucumbers, &c,
JUST RECEIVED, aire end fresh, and
(otoftast at SJUNDKMIIAO CO
So SttriatrWo '.nf Vw f-.tt,r A.
trr.AQVt as tha P"Jls cltlJHnfa for ft unl lnl
In She Thirl Ward, at thoeanteg Hr''lt oisnloo,
We ar mithortrett to announce I, Harvof
Thomas as t aendlrtsta for Truatee la the Third
Ward, to nil the vaeaney ooeaaloned try the renlitna
tloa of V.. A. More. "
To the Teacher of Montgomery
The Montgomery County Teacher's Aaro.
elan."11"" hold Its regutsr Annual Institute In fhe
The session .
TK and anfiUnnAfTt.
- It, f lc V, ....... t. .. a.. .
Instructions will be sir. , " , ' 1 " "
ing, Mental Arlthmatlo, Wrlttc.
xraphy, ttnxllsh Grammar, Physical GZ v
Tcaohera of the adjoining Counties are respeeiitll-
ly Invited to- attend. . ...
Committee of Arranrementa. John Tolsn, jsn aa
Miller, I. C. Snavety, Jesae Wngaman Oan. Wlner
I. tiariin, J- W. Maui.,, - JeVStlsW
REMEMBER WHAT YOU REAP.
NEW PRICKS 1!
. GOOD WORK!!!
No. 11f, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
THANKFUL Tor tho very liliernl patronage
h,Mt.roN pxtfni1v.l to him, would iffftin cull
th retention 4f tho public to hit new nrt aumplcte
Summer Hoots and Shoes!
Kinploylov none but the best or workmen, 1 ant
oonlLletit tlmt 1 oanget up the
BEHT MTTINQ AND HEHT .MA I IE
Roots snd Shoes In th ally, and 1 will guarantee
satisfaction in all eases.
O Olve mo Trial I jji
N W. WILBOW,
111 Mala slre.tf, t doors smith of tha Market.
N. W, ". also ksajis a superior ar Hole of FBKNt H
Notice to E. Fair' Creditor,.
I WILT, pay a dividend to creditor ol Ed'
ward Fair on the loth of Hept., 18ft9, at m rlllre
In Dayton Owlna; to the creditors In part not yet
having llled their claims, And the prospect V, htch 1
i sve nt st Ulna some of the real property. In the
mean tlmerl cannot stste the amount of the divi
dend. M. U. A Lh K.H,
Notice to the Creditor) of C. II.
IW1M pay n dividend In the creditors
of K. It. Ushnrn na the with day of August, lufe,
at ntv ottli-e in thecitr ol nation.
Owing to the fact that I lie on, 11 tors have at-t near
all prt-st-ntt-tl their t-lainis, 1 cannot etty wist the
tilt Idend will he. M. a. WAr.Kl.lt.
(Journal and Curette eopy )
Fit" AN KLIN HOUSE,
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND DTS ,
JOHN P. oTnE, Proprietor.
H AVI Ml rMuken thin well-known and
popular Hutel, 1 am determined that 11a k''1
r-liutrttioii with Ihe put-lic shrill not iu Ihe Kant be
ilimtnihtHl under my BUpcrUitcntleoce. but rullior
that it hall he lnctvrti-fil.
The house hi been thoroughly retlHed, nnd every
possible onnveateoce jlUjd to every department.
The Stable, as heretofore, will be inahnnre ol cure
nl hostlers. jfJtt-aim.rwv
Dayton BhAFtriT State Bak or On 10, (
JiAyton. Ohio, June 23, !6t0. (
THIS Bank will bo olimed oa Monday,
Fourth of July. Thotte having notes or bliu
falling due on tht day will pleasu attend end pay
them on Haturdiu, tha Vd of July. liy 1 rder of the
Bo aril. 1 C. Q. SWAIN. Cash! it.
4 SMALL Fa
A with rood in
arm of Irtim .11) to et) acres.
mproveaients, rholc Irult. L'nod
soil, and between thit-e and six. miles front this city.
The lot-atlon must he hh h, eommaaiUag a fine
vie- of the surrountlliir t-ountry.
Address, with full particulars,
tllAS V.. CLAHK1',
Je-2 Heal Fstnte Apetit, Sd St.
Strayed or Stolen!
rilWO I'oneye strayed away or were stolen,
1 on Wednesday evenina last, from the pasture
nt Samuel Rohrer, on the Valley Pike, una waa
hrowu, jvare old; one sorre-, a years old. A lib
eral rewsrd will lie paid for their return. Apply at
jeal-d.twtf ' SAMtiEL WIID.
Not Musty Ale I .
BUT Harries' XXX Htock Ale nt
"Union faloou,'' li Jt fteraon street. .
iH O. (Ol ItCUl
For Promoting the Growth of the Hair,
AUMVrAtTtJBED AMD rOR UU! Bf
Cor. Jefferson and Market streets,
IT ie peculiarly adopted for Iho oae of I.n
d.c. aa lt will without fall, promote the growth
of tl e hair, and unlike a great many of the so called
Hair Tonics, ts lit restore and not Injure tlte hair.
.. . K K. JORDAN, ,
Attorney and Connsellor
WILL Rive prompt attention W U . lu
alness entrusted, to his eare.
Offloe to t'lttkol's l-ullditiK," next te Cemmer.
cial Kxohanae," N. VV. corner of Third and Jetteraou
atreeta,.Iayto, Ohw. Jeas
THK undorcined would rppt?ot fully in
form (he I'arenta of Dayton that they will or
ffFiniave Juvenile eloeaea tor both sex a, curlnfi vaca
tion, In German, Lntlu, (ireek and Muic.
'or tiirnja, apply to
li. nnd KMMC HtiR( 'If A HI).
WW Ftmt street, next door to Vt. Hlreefs'ottlce.
The Glorious 4th.
lAfjUs, F HIE Ml.", .
BIOKirO OF TBE DECLAEAIIOH, Ao.
Tor the National Annlveraary,
WE have a W,e tfclc of the ahove of
all site and prices, auitahle for deortlnK
Hous.-s, flaces of Utikiud.s, Mutfes. Wgoni., Ac, to
which we invlteyouratteutiom. urder from a dis
tance promptly altruded to.
J-M 1). a F. B SHlTl.t.
tl4iai r.lecllon Tliiril WhA.
Clt v os lia vton, Juu m, lees.
'T UU quulified vuters of tbe Third Wnrd of
A theeity of llaytou, ara hereby notified that aa
eleetiott will o held as the Miaul fcaciue House,
west side of Ludlow street, on
Saturday, th 9th day of July, 1059,
for the choice ot a Trustee of said Ward, In place
of L. A. More, resigned.
The polls will beoeoat SoVtock In th forenoon,
closing at So'wlova iu the evening.
jeas-dtt ItVVljililNGS, Mayor.
1'eler Iteieliaid'ii Ealat?.
OX the 21th day nf June, IS.j'.i, th under
slgtMd was duly uailned aa Administratrix ot
thee. tat. ol I'.ter Kaichard, late ol Montgomery
county, dee'd. HAKY Ukll HAHll.
- P. a A laveattory aa4 appralaement of th -lata
and property of said deceased will b. taken im
mediately, and eoutluua open tor iusp-acUoa uuttl
Julr , lbs.
Jrtl ' ' '" M. ft.
Vloclc lie pairs,
' . j. w. swopeT
Jeweler, Wtatcb and Clock Walter
Has employed a Brat class workman to call at th
restueiMool ail wh. dMlr. cloeka p.lrwl piosuptiy
la tit. oest luaou.r, aud on reasonable tetcis.
Urdeis left at Ihe store, ad , adjoining the orAoe
tf Km) , Voong, wtiitwlKleiniHnt altestiva.
tsaiaoatva 6taUia- , ;