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I FATEftt Sewing Mc.lnf Havei Mned tht eanflilenre n r i s 01 mi tvno one mem, una have prored on of the moil valunbl1 Invention! of the ft. They um fthuttle, making tht Lock Btitoh on both tide ol the loth alike, whleh eannot be unraveled or pulled out. They sre nil mart with the Tilfrhfit mernftntcnl kill nod nil warranted to wor wnll on nil kind cf goods, from the lightest fnhrte tnheavy leather. In pertlcular.we would oa II attention ol all to our new family Hewing mnrlilnt. It haa been manufactured expreaalr for family uae, and hn met with favor from all. It Isso simplified aa to render it linpoesl bletogetoul of order, or derange ita operational Indeed It Is an simple aa to Aitontth one, that ao email a pleoe of meohan'am will aew. IV low we (five a desorluilon of llidlfTVrntitytc Of tha Weed Patent. NO. I. If a very convenient stjlo which ran be Worked by hand or foot, on or off iti own table. For oonrcnlrneo of aMppIng nnd alio lor large manufac tories where It la neaeteary to place a number of m mi hi net Into long bench making one table answer for them all. Price to. NO. i. With Walnut or Mahogany Table, either with or without Box Top, which Jocaauuwn. Price. lon and Cito. NO. s. Nameelzeaa No a, but run with a belt and at a higher rate of apeed. This kind la well dan ted to nianurauture clothing or leather work. Thlala really the cheapest (ah I ne In tha market there It no woik dune on a Sewing Machine that It will not do. It la confidently aanerted that this Machine runt easier than any machine now In uae, Frlee $iuo. NO. ). ThU Machine has a long arm, fo accom modate large work. It rum at a hlg!i rate of apeed runaeaeliv, and Is without adouht.the bent Machine for Tailor's um. ever ottered to the public, it la a I bo peculiarly flttedfnr plantation work, aa It la very simple yet substantial and durable, with but little liability to vet out of order, l'rloe 9120. NO. ft. This it a new and cheaper stylo, and general favorite, for Family, Light leather, and a great variety of work. Ithnsheen gotten up with reference to furnishing a strong nnd tiutatde. et lisht and taaty machine, at a leas prlre than either of tha above. It rtina verv easy, rniddly, aud ! pronounoai the beat machine now la market for ftftu. NO. 4. This la a machine got up on an entirely new principle, different from anything ever before offered to the public, and we confidently aiaert that for family uae It haa not an equal. It fa very light and taaty, runs very rapidly, la almost noiseleaa in Its operation, and uses a stuaioht Mrrnu, It is so arranged as to be utterly Impossible for It to miss tltohes. It has a tension on bo tr sides, and carries large supplyof thread on the under spool. The motions are gained by two small eranks that run without perceptible noise. The two threads are worked inuch a manner as never topull both afhe same time, and consequently, little liable to break. The seam la very elastic and the thread does not break la washing. It will do court e work better tnan any cheap machine now In marset, as It uses sllk,eotfon,orilnnen with equal faoillty. Trice $00 Descriptive Circular rurnished gratis. OFFK'K 477, HHO A 1V A Y. N. V. WHITNEY & LYON Proprietor, D.J TRUMP, Agent. jclT-sm dAw.J D. & F. B. BHULL H AVE just received the Morcurv, Ballou's notorial. N. V. Wr-eklv. and V'lar tour Union, for this week ALSO lottooples Police Gaxette containing the Dayton Correspondence. Jei. Godey for July. D. A F. II. SHULL. Two Barrels Fine Ap les IN PRIME OKDEK, received thie morn Ins;. D. F. B. SHU1.I,, Fly Brushes. JU8T received eorae nice ones, nnd foraale by CHAHLKS POST, Jele Kaat Second street, s doors from Main. At Baldwin's Gallery. At Baldwin's Gallery. Pictures 9 Cent, in Nice Case! Pictures 23 Cents, In Nice Case I Pictures 33 Cents, in Nice rase! THIRD ST., 3 DOORS EAST OF WAIN. THIRD HT.,3 DOORS EAST OF MAIN. THIRD ST., 3 DOORS EAST QF MAIN. "800 a Day Caff Soon! ". 800 a Day Call Soon! 800 a Day Call Soon! For 30 Daysl ror 30 Daysl For 30 Days! For 30 Dave! For 30 Daysl For 30 Days! Jel-w THE Stockholders of the Ueitvertown, In dian Ripple and Xenla Turnpike Company are hereby aotllled that a meeting will be held on the sotn of July, at the school home S miles east of BcAVsirtown, near R. V. BarnevM, nt the place of holding our annual meetings, at 1 o'oIock P.M., for the purpose of the stockholders voting for or against levying a tax to pay the debs owing on said road. By order ol the Board. J18-wim IM TKR PRUGH, Bec'y. (Journal, (iaxctte and Germantown independent, copy SU days.) DR. J. W. DIETRICH, Pharmaceutist & Druggist PHlI.r.U'3 UOUSE, THIRD ST., OAYTOIV, O. WHERE he hue on hand s fine lot of Vf pure ChemloAli, Ferlunwry Softjii, Hair, Null end Tooth fiiu.hei. Pu-tlculftr Attention itd to the oompoundlnff of Kainllv Meill3inea. etui Phval elane' Fieecrlpttona. jelB SCOTCH STARCH. FINE artiole for fine Linens, Shirt Bo soma; auperior to oommon staroh. For sMe by A jell Phillips House, Third street. Preserve Vour Furs lroni mollis! UHE Nature's sura remedy, "The I'luur ol Red Cedar," the only sure artlrle that Kill pre serve Kurs, and a'l kinds of Woolen Goods, from the destructive attacks of moths. For sale by the ARt-nt for Jlaytnn, J. W. DIRTR1CH, jeld HIiUIiji. House. RAT, ROACH A MOUSE DESTROYED SUPERIOR to anything of the kind man ufactured. J. W. KIKTUKH, Druggist, Phillips House. WE, . the undersigned, have used the ? 'reparation for rats, manufactured by J. W. Die rln, Irrugglst, Phillips House, aud have found It a saver failtug article for the destroying of rats, and think It superior to anything or the kind new In umc. A B N k H HAHklK, J. M. JOHN, ADAM bUV, JelT-aw V. K. LUSHIER. SHERIFFS BALE. Montgomery County Superior Court i No. live. PURSUANT to a decreo and ordor of tha Superior Court of Montgomery eounty, to Die dlraeunl, 1 will oiler at Publio Kale at the door ul the Court House, In theotty of Jlatou,Ui theooun ty aforesaid, ou Haturuay, the 25th day o( Jonk, 1S59, at o'olook, p. M.,of said day, the following de scribed Rral Kstate, t'J-wltl First Thirty left and nine Inches off of the east side of the west half ol In-Lnt numter thlity-nlue (aa, on ttie original plat of Uaytttna Montgomery eouuly, Uhlo. Apralatd at S4AUO,O0. Sacond 'Ine w.st half of In-Lot number three (I), on the original plat f the sitltl town (city ) of 2ytsa, In the same county and Ktate. Appraised at t laoo. Third The east half of said lot number three (I), on the crgtnal plat of Dayton, In said county. Appralaed at $'J4U0. Said propsrt) or so muoh thereof as may be ne eessary to nay the Judgments and lions upon the same, will ne ortered aud aold In tha order above named, and oannot be sold lur less than two thirds of Its appraised value. To be sold at the suit of Letltla K.aker. and Mary vena agaiusfuanea km. awaiu,el al. Terma ol eaie cash, JOHN MILLS, Sheriff of Montgomery eounly, O. Thos. B. Tiltom, Att'y. May 11.I15S. wtt COD LIVES OIL. AVERVauporiorertiole line and fresh double refined. For sale by J. W. DIKTHICH, jeis Phillips House. IiTedicatedIn DR O. N. WILLIAMS, of the 6nn of Wortman, Doddridge it Wlldams, will visit Mlamlaburg again June veth, 'or tha purpose of consulting with those now under his treatment, and llothtrs that may choose to call. HI. pract.ee la eoonoed to Chroulo lllseasesi particularly of the Throat and Lungs, and dismays of Females. He asay be eonsulted at the Miami House lor oue day only. Je-l-ltdww NOTICE) TO BUILDERS (JEALED Proponale will be received al tha t-J offlcaol the Auditor of Montgomery oounly, O. until Monday the 'ialh day of July, itf, lor the erec tion aud completion ol a brick addition to the Mont gomery County Infirmary -Ua about in b bo leak. Plan and RpeolMot!oiiB can tie seeu, and all Inlor Bsatloa had, touehlng the psvments, time or ootople ttoa ee , al tha aXoieaaid crnce Iroiu aud after the ad ay or July next, uy order m DANtati, H. DNYDCN, Auditor.' leee-diwtt ssrsat a4 CaseUeeepy asd eb's AudltofieAea.) BJ 4W HP VOL, X. DAYTON rani eeemij- OHIO, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22, 1S50, NO. THE DAILY EMPIRE opioe pueuOATioNi Impire Bssilding, Tliird st.. Sooth side bCHai & Jeforwi TIDMei ' B.T lTalltfl.OOni.r ranrlDadvaDoe. looent. pttr Wi.k, pjblto thn(1erHr. Slna la ooplaa, put up la wrappera. eoanta. Cincinnati Agency. Th Cincinnati Type Poundrr CoroDetiT ie our dulr eulhoriaed Agfnt la make eontrerta ana rweipi itir AavrmAememn euuecripitona, Ac, in thai city. To BuieaeMit. The Empire Job Rnotna ere in complate trim, end we ere row prepared to do work nf all deecrtptiane id the beet style oftheart. Call in sod examine our work aud learn our pricea. IT To AoTeeTiacu. Adrertieemente or Notiece for the Kmpire mnat be handed into the office by It t'ehek on the day they ere de aired to be publiahed ne later. We eennol ereetoineert them after that hour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Thoae who deeira to have advertieetnenta inaerted in (ha Weekly Empire ahould hand them in by Saturday morning, at tha latest. MuUiir edvortisine patrona will perceive that, by our arrangement of reading matter, their advertiaemente will ba always new s ery important matter to them. CTSee 4lh page for Telegraph Reporta. To Tax Payers. Treaaurer Kenney has extended the time for the payment of Texea to Monday ereningune 47th, In eonaequence ef the aeroi annual pay mentofTaxoe being s new thing, and not aa yet fully underatood by all. After that time the penalty will be added. It will require all the time after that date in getting up the bouVa fur ISM, and it will conaequently cost the Treasurer all the additional penalty to attend to Ihnee collection a after that time. Masonic Ctt-iBaATios at Midm.itowk The members of Ht. John's and Dayloi Lndgea, to gelherwilh those of the other bodiea, who de. aign visiting Middletown to participate iu the ecilrbration of St. John 'a day, will meet at the Rail Friday morning, S4th iost., at 7 o'clock. W. H. GILLESPIE, W. M. St. John's Lodge. E. A. PARROTT " Dayton" Lost. A fine carriage whip, yesterday, be tween the Railroad and Franklin atreet. The Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the atable of John 8hellabarger, JeflVreoti, below id. CTOur thanks are tendered their. 8. Express Agent, T. M. John, Esq., for favors to day. ID"W. J. Widcner will have Ice Cream, lem onade, aud all k inns of lunch material on Phil lips Hill to-morrow, (D Remember the auction of valuable gooda and convenient article at the JUomof Ifr. Jewell, nt-xt door to Ghrietopher'e Auction Room, to morrow. ITDonglaa A Co., again anno nncs great in. ducements to the ladiea and the public. They have the gooda, and ate bound to sell them tq make room for their fall stock. On aoon, if you would get bargains. "4th" is Ghmantowk. We allude to this subject again merely to say that our neighhora are making extensive arrangements for a grand celebration of the "4th " It ia expected that it will be ones of the moat attractive occasions hsd there for many years. The people will be prepared for their friends from every point of the compass. The ceremonial exercisea nf the day will be terminated by two balls in the evening one at the Schatffer House and the other at the Germantown Hotel. The muaic and eon reniencea at either place will ba No. 1. D It waa a subject of remark lat evening, that although Huston Hall waa "filled to over flowing" the the exceaa reaching from the hall door down the spacious stairway, into the atreet below the crowd of people on the atreet waa aa great aa though not a soul bad been in the Hall. It ia estimated that between four and Ave hun dred people went away from the Hall, unable to get in. Two or three hundred persons were slationed Upon tha atreets contiguoua to the building, catching all of the exhibition which could reach the ear. Had 25 cents admission have been charged, tha Hall would not then have contained those who would have applied for seats; and the money thua raised could have been devoted to the purchase of a piano an instrument badly needed in the High School. FaEKK Meat Citizens of Oregon and eiti ecus of every portion of town, for that matter are referred to tha advertisement of Rey nolds A Jeffries, in another column. These gentlemen aucceed Mr. George Preeton in the fresh meat, produce and vegetable trade at the well known atand on 5th at., a few doora from Brown, Oregon; and they will have fresh, eweet meat every day "and Monday, tool" Itwill ba well to bear thia in mind. These gentlemen alao keep on hand tha beat quality of produce, vegetablea, berries, fruit, Ac, in aeaaon . They are fair dealera, aud, wilt do their utmost to pleaae the public. We have omitted to aisle Id st meal, produce, Ac, ran be procured a their place aa cheaply aa at any other place in the city. IU A man name Deitrich, who residua a few miles west of the city, got on a "bender" Mono day, and waa put in the Station House to keep him out of harm 'a way, and to keep harm out of hia way. Yeaterday the Mayor fined him l and costa, and he took hia departure from our city with bis notions of decorum considera bly elevated. Our clever aauaaga maker who Uvea across the river, sod who can boast nf having one of the beat regulated Slaughter Houaea west or aast(l) of the Allrghenira Andy Wiuegartner sa bsuled up yeeterdsy for "fast driving," and fined 3 with eosta assesaed, amnuoting to "aa much mora." Andy's plea wss that he hsd good horses, and ha didn't care who knew it. Hia node of advertising them was objected to, and he was "by implication" referred to the newspapers. "Our columns are open." I'icnio ox tue I'rorLi'a Collxoes. On te morrow morning the teacher's and aoholars of the publio schools of Dsyton will start for Phillip's Hill, south of and contiguous to the city, on a pirnic and exhibition excursion. The several schools will meet at about T o'clock at the School Houaea, and will form on Main St , at about 8 o'clock, and proceed to tha Hill where they will doubtless spend aa agreeable day, The achollars will wear neat and appro priate badge a, by which it can ba readily learn ad la which school they belong. Thia picnic will make aeurioua diplay, aa there will be about HOW children In attendance. Phillips Hill will be literally covered with " Young Amreica" to morrow. By proper care all con fuaios may be avoided in this monstar gathering of "young idea." Court Matters. The Court House presents quit a stirring scene st this time. The Superior Ooort, Judge Hsynea; tha Common Plesa, Judge Psraons, and tha Grand Jury, era all in session, Since the silling of the Common Pleaa, Judge Paraona haa been hearing petltiona for divorce. Tha Superior Court, however, will occupy the Court Room, and to.morruw Judge Paraons will remove hia Court to Beckel'a Hall where he will take up the criminal docket, which It Is believed from the material in course of preparation, will draw heavily upon tha time of the Court during the term, The Grand Jury arc having a laborious sea siun. A very Urge number of witnesses sre being examined before it, and it ia thought al mnat impossible that It can get ready to re port this week. Geo. W. Malambre, Esq., haa been appointed by Judge Parsons to saaist Prosecuting Attorney Houk in hia labors du ring this term ; and ws may expect that the buaineaa before the Grand Jury will be attended to with all possible diapatch. On account of the multiplicity of caaea be fore the Superior Court, it ia presumed that ita labora will aurely extend into the beginning of next month. For the same reason the Court of Common Pleaa will probably continue until about the SO ih of July. Up to the preaent time tha Court transactiona have not been of sufficient general interest to eport, Salasixs or TsAcntEs The Providence Journal has an article on teachers' salariea, the object of which ia to show the comparative rates of different citiea. The table ia quite interest' Ing. The salariea refer only to teachera of the High Schools snd the Grammar School Maalera. In Toronto, O. W., $3,9G4; Petereburg, 0. W.. $3,000; Boston, principal of the Latin echool, $'2,800 his five aasiatanta average, $1,680; principal of English high school, $2,800 his four assistanta each $1,680; Chicago principals $2,000; Philadelphia, West Roxbury, princi pala each $2,000; Roxbury, Obarleaton, Brook- lyn, each $1,800; New Bedford, Salem, CheN sea, each $1,600; Springfield, $1,(00. In Prov idence, the principal of the Boya' Latin school receives but $1,80(1; boya' Engliah achool the same; boya' Junior achool, 1900. The aalariea of grammar masters In Beaton ie $2000; of sub masters, $1,600. The salary of tha principal of the high achool in Detroit ia$1000; and of the Union achoola $000. That of their assis tants in the junior departments ia $750. Of all tha penny wiaa and pound foolish ecouotny we ever beard of, that of employing cheap Schoolmasters ia the silliest. Teaching ahould be made a profession to be as well paid sa any other. Tha school system of Ohio is acknowledged the best in tho Union, and if it ia not really ao, it ia only by the refusal of the officers charged with ita execution to give the Teachera a fair remuneration for their labor. Attestpt to Rom a Bank. An unsuccessful attempt waa made to rob tha Branch Bank at Ooonereville, Ind., soma two weeks since, and was discovered by rime of tho officers, who, until a few days since, kept the matter a secret, probably supposing U st they would ba able to give the rascals, if they returned, a legal dis count. The foundation of tha vault in the cel lar had been loosened, partly torn away, and the iron bottom drilled in several places, so as to leave a thin surface on the outaide over each hole. . Tha drill-brace bad been so arranged as to prop up the lining. Tha mortar and stone taken from tha foundstion was found bid away in another part of tha cellar. Acceas to the cellar was obtained by removing a loose grating over a window in the rear of the premises, Toe National Hobse Faia. Mr. Smith the projector of tha Great National Horse Fair re quests us to say that the time for commencing the Fair haa been changed to the 6th of Septem ber. Ws are pleased to learn that the bulk of the money for defraying tha expeoses of the Fsir hss been already subscribed, and that arrangemente are being puehed along vigorous ly toward completion. That it will ba a great display we have no doubt. Correspondence baa been bad with horsemen all over tha country, and the attendance here will ba large. Lock Boxra. D. P. O. Our gentlemanly and accommodating P, M., Col. E. A. King, ia having prepared a number of "lock boxes," for the accommodation of all who desire a se cure box for tha deposit of their letters, and to which they may have scceae at any lima when the office Is open to tha public. Those who desire these boxes ahould at once advise the Poatmaatcr of the fact. Quite a number of gentlemen have already ordered lock boxes and those who want them should not delay ap plication. Gabdens. A handsome garden we all admire, especially when ornamented with choice flow ers. At this tims Dr. Langsted's choice rosea, tulipa, verbenas, hyacinths snd hundreds of whose nsmee wa sre ignorant may ba seen blooming in all their glory. Itiaa moatcheer ful and pleaaant sight to behold. Hia grape vineaara loaded with grapea and wa know of no private garden that contains so msoy choice fruits snd flowers as that of Dr Lsugsted He takea great pleasure in showing visitors over his beautiful grounds. Omnibuses roa tus I'icxio. A line nf Om nibuses, for the accommodation of all who de aire to witness lha Picnic Exhibition, at the County Fait Grounds, to morrow, will leave the Phillips House corner, every fifteen min ilea during the day. Tha fare will be only it rents. The sceue upon the Hill to morrow will be one well worth seeing. Just think of it over 2,0:10 children, dressed in their holiday e'othes. dueigualed with pretty badgea, in picnic I Rs umo or the State Senate- There is to ba a re-union of the Ohio Slate Senate) at tha Ohio White Sulphur Springs on the 4th of July next. 1 he invitation ia due to the hospitality of Hon. W. P, Raid, Senator from that distrist, concerning whose liberality and generosity no remarks need be msde to those who are ac quainted with bitn. IT" Ths I art, man , whose foot are aevt rally two feet long, baa at length managed to pro cure leather enough to have a pair of boots man u facto rod for hirum-lf. We don't know what leather dealer and shoemaker look the contract, but we saw the boots last evening "Music roa the Million." We are pleased to ajinouncs to ths eitisens of Dsyton that ths "Miosiiix Baud," B. Howe, Esq., Leader, will discourse some of their delightful muaic ou tha Court House steps this sveoing at 7 o'clock. This will be a rich treat, and free. Of course everybody will deaire to be preaent. IT Suip saya that during hia recent Journey through ludiaua, be w but two gold watches; and he ia of opinion that Ihey did aot aoat mora than $10 apiecal This spesks well for the Uooaleral They are not going to be ru oed by extravagance. B'Mistsra. Sensible fellows, those The High School Exhibition. There waa a great rush for Huston Hall, lasj ntght, to witneaa tha annual exhibition of lha pupils of the Central High School, By 1 o'clock every available foot of apace In lha Hall was occupied, and atill tha people came pourli,g along, until theatalrwaya and en Iran re to the building were thronged snd jammed with human beings, and hundreds yet remained on the sido wslks, unsble to gain an entrance to the approaches of the Hall. The City Council, having received a special invitation to alU-nd the exhibition, adjourned at 8 o'clock, and repaired In s body to tha Hall, but their body waa very much broken and scat U red before they gained admission wilhla. Theae annual exhibitions of the schools, see s source of pride, plesaure and profit, not only to tho pupils themselvos, hut to our eitisens gen erslly,snd hence hundreds lonk forward to them with feelings of no ordinary character. Many a doling parent comes up to these scenes of trial, feeling that his son or her daughter's debut upon this, the representative stsge of life, is to be, in soma senea, a teat of his or her talents, position and reputation, in the great future which looms up so brightly bus fore them. The peiforrueneee, laat night, were of the moat satisfactory and interesting char acter. A',', pupils, patrons and eitisens seemed plca.tcd. Tha singing was well done, which apoaka well for the talenta and industry of Prof. Tur pin, the musui teacher. 1 he "1'hantora Uho rua" and "Joy, Joy, Freedom To-Day" wera wall executed and beautiful, "lha Wanderer," with piano and flute accompaniment, waa moat' charming. But why ahould ws single out pieces? All were good. Tha declamations snd dislogues were well performed and soma of the speakers executed their pieces with very groat' success. Ths compositions of the Young Ladies, wera partic ularly interesting. Dsyton should be proud of the talents and acquirements of these young ladies. They wrote and read like persona of mature in tellect. Their easaya were not comrnou place, senseless, performances, giving ua a mere rehash of fashionable parlor, mincing conversation, and alckly aentimentalism, but bold, thoughtful, original, graceful and dignified comments upon life its realities, ita duties and trials, its changes, aud its triumphs snd glories. After the delivery of the Valedictory Address on ths psrt of ths graduating class by Master R. F. Leaman, tha President of tha Board of Education, R. W. Steele, Esq., delivered diplo mas to eight young ladies and four young men,towit: oasnt'ATES or 1869. M iss Kste E. Shoemsker, " Lucrelia G. Dickaon, " Sarah E. Brown, Minta J. Dryden, " Mary Strickler, " Josephine Strickler, Lotella Lusk, " Anna B. Davie, Master, R.. F. Leaitta, '. " James P. Brown, " Geo. V. Nauerth, " Joa. E. Dryden. Almost Maoio. A few days since, D. A. Wareham, Esq,, a first clsas csrponler of this city, received an order from Esq. Bell, who re sides about 4 miles north of this cily, to build him a kitchen of pretly fair dimenaions. Yea terday morning Mr. Wareham, hia son snd a 'jour," after taking breakfaat in tha city, went out to Mr. Bell's, and well, before sun set, they had got out tha stuff, raised tha kitchen, shingled it, put in the doora and windows, handed the key over to the proprietor, and were on their way back to the city 1 Thiareminda ua of the story of lha barn which waa built one night-long ago in Pennsylvania, by the d I Indeed, it haa the advantage of that one, for thia kitchen story is strictly true. Mr. Wareham ia a very clever mn, and oue of the best mechanics in the State. A WoMAN'a Iiiuara Paeadise The viet Ooi'NTsr to Emioeate to Dr. A, Baatian, who haajuat published a book in Bremen on hia visit in 1857 to San Salvador, the capital of Congo, aays that the Princesses of the royal family eujoy remaikable privileges. They may make their selection of husbands from the nc blea of the realm, and the happy men have to prepare themselves for their duties and their honors by several mouths of solitude. To in sure conjugal fidelity not on the part of the wife, who enjoys the greatest freedom, but on the part of the husband whenever ha leaves the house tom toms sre beaten before him, and at the sound of them all womcu must hasten out of the way. Thia ia the lot ef the Prince-' conaort in Africa. IxjyAccordiDg to motion of adjournment, tha " friends of Temperance Reform " will meet to-morrow evening for the purpose of hearing the report ol tho Committee appoint ed at the meeting on last Thursday night, at II us ton Hall. We have not learned whera the meeting will ba held, As Huston Hall will ba ocoupied by tha Floral Concert to morrow evening, nud the major portion of those who would attend tha temperance meeting would liketo attend the Concert, the adjournment will probably ba oontinued oyer until to-morrow evening s week, when, we learn, Prof, (laddie intends returning, and again address the people on tha subject of temperance. It ia probable that it will stand adjourned indefinitely. We must not ba deemed impertinent in this matter. Our practical temperance habt its (a system which wa will put " fornanst " all the theories, fine-spun or otherwise, in tha world) gives us a right to speak in Ibis connection. When wa aay that tha term peranoa people oviooa entirely too much moral cowardice, wa mean what wa say. Tha death of at least twenty well conducted temperance periodicals at prominent points in this State, for want ol tha patronage of profesaed temperance men and women, would stem to bear us out in the above dec laration. Tho aversion to actively augage in the work of Temperance Reform was painfully manifested at Huston Hall on last 1'hursday night ; one mora suoh " damper " would amother any living thing. Ia it pos sible that tha county and State canvass is to ba gone through with before tha Committee will report ? - K)The down train on tba O. & M. rail, road mat with an accident yesterday on this side of L'ulon. Ona of tha wheel of the tender broke down, which threw that insti tution off ths traok, and down s enial! am bauksueut. Another engine, from Green ville, want out snd brought down tha train. Tba accident caused a delay of about two and baU boars. Police Items dull—Petit Theft—Boy Drowned—New Bridge Again—The "4th"—Tobacco & Tobacco Markets. &c. &c. MIAMISBURG, June 22, 1859. Drar Empire : In my yesterday's letter I gave you tha "police items" in full. To-day that department of tha 'orals will be "found wanting." I oaa only ohroniola a small petit) thoft whioh however is not on the rs oords, being only your correspondents, only gold pen, whioh departed soon after the epis tle of yesterday. "lis tha way of all" gold I waa going to say, but the coin generally goes in, sometimes; s far woraa manner. That'll do for tha petit oasa. It ends there About noon yesterday Dr. T. S. Lyons was seen going down street at a rapil gate, pre oeded by a German, and some littlo excitoi m ant was occasioned thereby. Following in tha wake of tha others, we soon gathered s "boy drowned." At tha oanal.nenr Tatman & (Jo's. Wsrehnuae,wa entered a small house and found it to ba s littia son of Chris. lieu- sean, a respaotabls German ahoemakar of this plaoe. Tha little fellow was about four years old, and must have been in the canal soma two hours, Uroat efforts were niuda to substitute him, which proved fruitless. Rut fifty feet of tha new bridge remains to ba planked, nnd tha work ''goes bravely on.'1 There ia muob talk of another new bridge across tha Miami at s point above tha present site. It will "indoubledly ba built at an aarly day. Soma tQ.fitK) have been subscribed, and tha Commissioners have appropriated $4,000.(?) Thera is nothing particularly "up ' for tha 4th here. The majority of tha oitisons will go to Germantown; soma to Dayton, etc. Tha tobacco is about all "set out,'-' and thera is every prospect of a largo crop, as usual, in this township. A number of your readers would ba greatly pleased to have a "tobaooo market" published in your weekly,- and I think it is almost a neoeesity in this neighborhood. A markot will be expeoted hereafter. In this connectiun I wish also to say s word in regard to tha "mails," between this plaoa. Lately thera appears to have been soma neglect on the part of mail agents in getting mail and mail matter off at this point. The bag generally arrivos but sun dry packages go on to Cineiunati and do not arrive till the fol'owing day. Your daily readers were yesterday disappointed on that aooount. Our P. At. here thinks s word of remem brauoe would do no harm, and I simi ply wish tha attention of "those whom it may ooncern" called to tha matter. Wa noticed in town yesterday our friend, the editor of your "Dayton tt oohenblatte,'' who made s short sojourn bore, lie is s gentleman, and we hops ha was well ropaid on this visit, with subscriptions, etc Rut space says "quit'' guess I will. FLIP. Germantown Items. Tho work upon lha Twin Creek Railroad ia progressing steadily a number of handa are at work ancloaing the lower bridge. The lumber, nails, apikea, Ac, are all upon the ground . The painters ara to commence upon this work the letter psrt of the week. The bridge is fouod to be in sn excellent condition. The materials and work for the incloaiog are of the very beet quality. - The maaon work upon the upper bridge near Germantown la resumed, under ths energetic di rectionof 0. DeJiant. This structure ia to be erected with stl possible despatch. We under stand the President of the road thinks of Kysn ixing the timbers before erecting them. Ou Tuesday quite a serious accident occurred at the lower bridge. A man in the employ of 0. Dechaut was hauling atouefrom the lower to the upper bridge, when the binder (which was a heavy rail) that held the large stone fast to the wagoo, alipped andatruck the man who waa driving, with full force upon the head, knock him under Ihe wagou and cutting a frightful gaah in his head, besides otherwise bruising him. Fur aomelime feara were entertained that he waa injured beyond recovery. Dr. Dounel lan waa quickly on thegiound and dressed hia wounja. Ha waa taken to Ihe McCaally House, where he received the kindest attention Dr D. is vigilant In bis attentions upon, nud hopes to sava him. From last accounts he was doing well ss eould be expected. The Odd Fellows sre working diligently to complete their new Hall by the 4th, when it is to ba dedicated. It ia certainly an elegant room, and reflecta much credit, not alone upon the Order, but upon the place, A gay time ia expected on the 4lh. The arrangemente for the celebration thua far, are upon a scale com menaurata tha with seal of ths Order, and the large chariliea of the people. These ought to ba attracliona enough for auy oue who wishes to enjoy the 4th in the 14 style. The crops sre very promising. The damage by froat ia not near so great as waa presumed The occasional showers of rsin we have had, has pushed the corn forward moataatoniahing- y. The wheat harveat will fairly commence next week. Hers and there we aee a field al ready cut. The tobacco plants era thriving . Although much of the fruit is dropping off, still it is considered enough remsins for the gnu eral good. Hunting, fishing and picnicking ia the or der of ihe day among our towua people. Their success in the fishing and bunting line is quite satisfactory. Yesterday a parly of four brought in nearly thirty aquirrels. There is quite sn Interest here, aa to where the new school hones wa are about to erect shall be placed. Soma ara for having it upon lha hill near Doctor Oomstock's; others for placing it in Wn. Gunckel's nursery, while others, near the aid achool house. Whera it will be, we know not. Last night Uis Germautown Band, promena ded Ihe streets snd enlivened our people witli some new pieces of excellent muaic. Thia baud ie improving very faat and bide fair lo ataud unrivalled io Ihe Stale. We hear of soma transactions in real estate at improved figures. It ie generally considered that prices must rise. Now is a good time U operate in Germantown property. In the atreets and about Ihe lounging places, we hear considerable political talk. But, aa the ball is not fairly is motion yet, it Is all speculative. Whan .lha atrugle comae, though, Tulpebockea will ba beard, positively. TWIN. JksTA lady's port mooaie was found io tha pump st Khallabarger'a stable thia mora' ing. Uae any parson bad tbair pocketa picked T ayA.The nerva thai saver relaxes, tha aya that never blenohea, tba thought that sever wanders these sjs tba Maters of victory, TWIN. The War News. Ths Tenia brings two days later advices from Europe Tha Austrinns ara in full rf, treat across tha Adda, and are reported to have taken up position at Lodi, Tba passage of tha bridge of Lodi will ba romembared as one of tha severest oonfliota Napoleon I. was aver engaged in, Tha mouth of the bridge, and up and down the opposite bank of tha river, so that they could sweep every squnre foot of the bridge with grape shot, it was like entering Ihe jaws of death, and the French column, blinded by tha storm, and stopped by tha piles ul drnd, wavered snd commenced retreatii.g before they raaohed the ; middle of tha bridge; but Napoleon seizing s standard, took tha lead, revived tha fullering courage of his men, and led them triumphantly over, being himsolf the second man to make the passage. Gen. Garibaldi is still victorious, snd has defeated sn Austrian forae at Ureses. Can. robert was not killed ss bad been reportcd- fhe Kmpnror was always in the thickest o' the battle, and bad gained unanimous praise among the military men, for his strategetio combinations. The resolutions of a want of confidence in tha Ministry had passed the Ilritish House of Commons by s majority of 13, This shows a dissatisfaction at their strong Austrian proclivities. tkaT" A runaway, at ona o'olook to-day, raised considerable exoitemont on Main st An animal attached to a buggy belonging to Mr. Pease, of Carrolton, became frightened and ran down Main stree'. to the corner of Third, making several turns at that point, dangerous to pedextriana and passing vehic les. 1 ha buggy (which happily contained no person) was finally overturned by striking a wood wagon, snd dragged to the opposits side of Third street, by the affrighted animal, whioh was stopped by some one seixing it by the nostril a dangerous experiment as the horse whs without s bridle at that time. Ths damage done was principally to tho vehicle. R3.Tbe Cincinnati Gaxetto has the ef frontery to insist that Judge Gholson was nominated for Supreme Court Judge and Judge Swau set aside for other reasons than the decision of the latter in the resoue case. Gidding's paper, the Ashtabula Sentinel, scorn such a subterfuge and boldly avows the truth, in a recent artiole, in which it uses the following language concerning Judge Swan. It says : "Ua could have retired quietly and the matter might have dropped there; but after ttie high snti.sluvery ground taken by tha Republican party, it was an outrage to press such an issue upon tha Convention. The Court was dividod, and some of tho ablest jurists and statesmen of the country are with tho minority, insisting npon bis nomina tion then waa but asking the Convention and the people to aot upon the very case just passed on bv the Court. Well, the Convention did act upon it, and reversed the decision, and the people will seal that rev or' sal in October.'' IraTlt M. roineroy, registered among the distinguished journalists at Chi. oago, aa representative of the Dayton On sstta, has attraotod tha notice of the Ohio State Journal where we find the following posoy : Fine Writing. A oorrespoudent of the Dsyton Gazette, in describing the railroad excursion from Cin cinnati to Chicago, evidently thought the occasion justified tho following exuberant expressions : "There was a oontiounl influx and efillux of exlAtio beautitude, ramifying and p?rme ating the entire crowd, We see thut ths "press'' is taking exten sivo notice of the above gem. Public School Exhibition. Arrangements and order of exercieoa for the public echool 1 'roceasionjind Exhibition on Thursday, the 23d day of June. (If this day be not fair then the exercises will take place on tha next day.) ORDER OF MARCH. The several schools will assemble at their respective houses, at 7 o'clock in the raom ini: and join the grand procession, on Main street, at precisely 8 o'olook, in the follow ing order ; 1st The High School will move along 4tb street to Main, form on the east of the center of Main toward tha north, where it will be joined by the Mayor and City Count oil and the Hoard of Education in orji-r. 2d The South Eastern School will move up lirown st. to 5th, along 5th to Main and join the procession. .id i lie rtoum v estern ocnool win move up Ludlow st. to 5th, along 5th to Main and join the procession. 4th I he eastern School will march out 5th si to Main and enter the proceiwiiin. 5th The North Eaatoro School will move along 2d St., to St. Cluir, down St Clair to 4th along 4th to Main and enter tho proces sion tith The North Western School, will march down l'erry st, to 1th along 4th to Main and there enter the procession. Till The Grand prooeesion thus formed accompanied by tha bands of music, and heeded by the Mayor and City Council and the Hoard of Education, will move to the head of Main at.,-then oounter-marchiug on the Weat of the center of Main down to 4th and thence by the conter of Main to the County Fair Grounda, and Phillip's Hill, where tha several Schools will take the posi tions assigned them, and remain during the Exhibition, exercises, whioh will be as fol lows : EXERCISES Invocation, by Kev. D. Winters Speech, . fmui the High School Chorus, by the High School Pupils Speech, from E. School from 8. K. School. SIXUIHU ST ALU Speech, Chorus, Speech, from German Department' from K. School, " S. W. " SlMeJINS BY ALL. Speech. from N. W. School. " " High Sohonl. SiNOINO Br ALL. Music, ly Rand. Addresses, by members of tba Hoard At S o'clock P. M. tha procession will again form, headed by tha riortb V extern rvliool, tallowed by tba other schools, in rs verse order, and move no Main atreet Tha 8. W. School will leave tha procession at franklin street ; the S. haatern and r.ast arn st 5th; and tha balance of tha proceeawo will ba die.iiiaaed at 4th street. . DIED. At o'clock laat evening , Mr. Aaoavw Hi stuff a ota na much napMti eiHMaoi Harrison ip. Ilia funeral will te plaee froai kta lt reaUeace nt tto'oiogk. r;M. to-morrow (ThurUy) aWruo Senrtee by tne Rev. r. W. Conrntt. latervMt Cowor4 Meetuur Hoaee, the 6y. iKftoa pue, ftfcout ire vUiee Brt $4 PftytM, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Vacation. TTIE nnderaignrd won1 J respectfully ln form the Parents of rytr, that thev will or f, . J"v,n" closws for hoth sesea, Surlne vara lion, in (l.rmm,, UHp, o rera ana Musle. For terras, spply to H. aee; truss; noncHswii. JeS-Swis tin' "o to Hr. Mieets' ottloe. A SITUATION, by s married man, s ix. In a Wholesale or Hrtsll Grocery ami Fro. vision Store. Adilrese Jes W. Faiplre Office. MASONIC NOTICE! St. John's Day, June 24th, 1859. THE Cincinnati. Hamilton Jk Davton lull Roail will carry tha Masonic Fraternity of Uar- ton and Vlolnlte faail famlllMl viiSIn In -,l-r.,l the t rlalirallon at Middletown, Ohio, on that day at HALF FAHK. Jell D. McCLARKN, Bup't. FLORAL CONCERT ! ! ! A FLORA lToNCEUt! Uy the Young Ladies of Will taaeplaoeat OK THURSDAY EVENING, JUNK 231), Commencing at B o'eloca The entertainment wl'l ann.l.t nf r.n-t- i... Root, entitled "The e"lowr Uueen, nrl orenatlou of the Hose," In -lilch the Flowers will be appro priately peraonlneil ujr tha youns ladles, under the direction of Mlseurtun. It will be sometlilni rare and heautlful. The proi-eeds of the Concert are de.lrned to aid In the erection of a Lsilles' C allathenle Hall. At tne close ol the Conoart the annual SCHOL ASTIC PRIZKS will he awarded to the inuior I., 1 1.. of theHUMIHARVCHAUK. Ail'intranoe, ae cents. Clitldrec.lS oents. leat'Tlokats ean ha ohtalna-1 at fh Al.i-t -...-. ,.r Messrs. fcu-bner and Crushy, JeSl-Std I'liysi ology & Physiognomy MRS. THOMPSON, Eoctreas, KNOWN throuihout all the principal cities of the i;nlon for tha numlM-raml -n.ni.i- eurrs she has effected for afflicted females, haa taken Room Nt. 16, Beekel Houu, (Uf Phmix IIm,) Where she msr ha enn.lt1 h -11 I l- uk... affected with dtaeaae. peculiar to the sex. Hhe cures permanently by.pep.ta, and all detilll ties, obstructions, ko., to which females are subject . Her medicines are esretable preparatlnna, and are Indian RemeOlee. They are a sure cure. Personal examinations made at hr room, and cures auaranteed, and married life mint acrreahl. win ne iiviincnunna or sharftcier, made from examination of head, faoe and neck. Mia win extract corns without drawing Wood. All she proposes to do, she will (uaranlee. Hha invites the afnlcteil ladle, nf tiavini, to ll and iiouault her soon, aa she will remain but a short time. Jeat-tl Closing Out Safe AT Public Auction. WK will sell on next Thursday, June 2.1, ihe entire stock of Furniture at Jewell Js Co 's Furnishing more, JerTeison, below Market st., without reserve; eunslstlus: iniiartof Sofas, Ward robes, Chalra, Tables, Rrd-tesifs, Ao. . n. LHSlsiomcK, Auctioneer. Terms on day of sale. Room for rent. ril--it Fresh Meat Every Day. itcvjvoi.ns & jeffim;' Dailv Meat and Provision 5A street, 3 doors tanl of Jlrotcn sfiat, DAYTON, O., IEEI constantly on hand Frntsh Mcntd of - cvenr si ml. Itufter. V.eicn. nn Vert)blf t. In WMon. Prvxluoe of mil tlesoript.oni obtlnble cau vr nrui pit tnrir sierr. U" A t h?v do ttifflr own butohortn. the Public can rl on iruour.ni Krtih iM;tt kvchv mo.ini wo tlu rtiiff the week. I hey dntre ihe people lo know that on Monoav moru.nir thev oi nrtmurf muist alAUEht- erl tlurtnfr the nrevloua night, 'i'liey will pleaae pp.. in in iu minu. Thankful Tor past patronage, they ao licit a contln umoe of public favor, determined to deaerv j It. ne men i tus r cu atreet, lUoora from Hrowuatitet. CLOSING OUT SALE or Rich Dress Goods, Embroideries, Pnrasols, &c. AT N. P. DOUGLASS ts CO.'S! B. B Cor. Main snd Markst sta , CO.MMKNCIXU TUESDAY, JUNE 14 And will continue until the entire stock of filimmer' Dress ttoods, Parasols, k'mbrotderle, A. . , are sold. Hioh Dress Silks, worth $1,50 for 1,00. Itii'h Hre. nilks, worth 73 et.-,. for SUctK. Uii-h Herege Robes at Kasturn cost Itirh ('halli Kobes at Enetern cost. Ki.'h Vulenuias at Kaetern cost. liich CUallies worth 'M eta. Tur 12 ets. Hicli Lawns (wurranted faat oulors) worth 20 cts. lor 1-4 eta. Rich Ktnbroiderir e at cost of importation. Kioh Collars worth 26 oents for 10 cents. Kich Emhroiuercd etts worth Sti.OO for Kioh Parasols at manufacturers' pricea. lleavp liruwn blieetings worth IU cents fur v cents. Heavy brown Sheetings worth 10 cents for ri uents. Fine Brown Sheetings worth 8 cents for Cj cents. Knglish (.'hints, a yard wide, for 10 oents. Hoop iskirts worth 4,00 for $.1,00. Hoop Skirts worth $3,00 for $i,00. Misses Hoop Skirts worth 75 cts. fur 50 ets. Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs worth SO cts. tor 12 cents. Ladies' Linou Handkerchiefs worth 10 cents foroj cts. Also a heavv stock of Cottonades. Denims. Ac, Ao., at unusually low prioea. tf-Wehave a heavy stock ef the above foods, which are all new and must be suld In order to make room lor our Heavy tail purchases. N. I. IKJUULASS A CU, jell H. K. Cor. Mala and Market sU. LOST. IN or between Huston Hall in. 4lh treet. twoeeali anil key (goUl) act with different colored tone, A liberal reward wtli be given to tu finder by J waving thetn at thia ottiee Jeio A nrl lo the FuimiDg lubllc. WK the undertipned hav purchased of V art In awombera;er, Agent, anil tried one of 1'ortvv' Seif-Haklne ReDra nud Mo wera. tnanu- tswlured bv -wti. f riti . Kuhua, and It glvs ua great aatitfactton to reroiutnrt.d II to the faultier- aa the bt cutting re!er we ha e ever even at work. aua ai to rakiug u jnaaot heiuriaaiel ty any reau- kfcde. iy an h SI- HkfNHV CNNkV, JOHN CAHNkV. Carman Tp., Montgomery Co. " TT have aeen the reaper of the Meeere. Ctu-nev, H mnnuiacturrd hy Pitta t Ktibna nt work, mid full concur In whaltuey have aaiU. IHHAfcL GARRISON, JACOB CAK1SKY, HENRY D. HI' M", Jew Jackauu Tp., iluliar Co., O. Frcsli Itaspbcrries: W. C. RANDALL ft CO. AKH receiving twice per i4 Ihe keek quali ty of Katerrlea from the fcanlen of Mr. . Gant. KanittiM ahould secure theae berrlee for ean uing, and for jam aud inarvea, tola week. Thfy are alao daily receiving Lhoae extra Straw berrlee from kanduaay. Heme aad 'ruil,or ell kinds In aeaaon. jartO Third at., near the toi Oftlc. ClocU He pairs J. W. SWOPE. Jeweler, Watcb mmd ( lftl& Unlier a Bel Uepttfrer. Haeemployed a flretelaae workman W call at the rsMlJroeeaael.all who dnalre citMike reiialred urooipDy in ihe heat ntauuer, and on reama.t' tunua. order lelt at the at ore. id M.t ..jiKUlutr the office of fcao, , Youug. will rvecive UnmetUete atteouoa. ausia.iiusi uuaranuea. 25 OUVa sBssvJ IjM Mils sai'W a'situiuo, jurra, fjm , eeivedei BUAWOKNBUHti 4 tX.. 1 unrvu t law..-... JeU-iwd .wW0, ITLdotreet, r 1'