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Itare trained the eonndatie
i of nil who ns thru). and
I hurt proved one of th
I mini valuabl' Inventions
; nf ths are. They u.e
i huttle, making th Look
1 Hutch on both aides of th
loth mike, which cannot b unraveled pulled
They are all made with the hlirhest meohantoal
Skill ami All warranted to worn wall on Ml kinds cf
grmde, from the lights fabric to heavy leather. In
particular, we won lit eall Attention of nil to our new
family Hewing marhtne. Ithatieen manufactured
eapressly fur family use, end ha. met with favor
from nil. It Is so simplified aa to render It Impossi
ble to get out of order, or derange Iti nporattonst
Indeed It III so almple At to natonlsh one, that ao
mHll a piece of merhaniam will tew.
Below we vlve a deecrlptlon of the different atylee
of the Weed Patent.
NO. I. leaverr conrenlcnt atylo which oan he
Workedby hand or root, on or off Its own tatile. For
ennvenlence of shipping and Alao for large manufao
torlea where It la neee.sary to plai a number of
machines Into long bench making one table anawer
for them all. I'rlfe 1100.
NO. . With Walnut or Matmirany Table, either
with or without Dux Top, which local down, i'rlc
NO. . Name sise aa No J, hut runa with belt
and at a higher rate of speed. Thla kind la well
adapted to manufacture clothing or leather work.
Thla la really the cheapest Machine In the market
M there la no 'fork done on shewing Machine that
It will not .Up. It la oonlldently arinerted that thla
Machine runa eaelcr than any maelilne now In use.
NO. 4. Thla Machine haa ft long arm, to Aceom
inodate large work. Itrunaat a high rate nfaiieed
runseaslly, and la without a doubt, the beat Machine
for Tailor's use ever nlti-rod to the public It la alao
peculiar!? ttttrd for plantation work, aa It la very
simple yet auhatantlal and durable, with but little
liability to getout of order. Price t90.
NO. a. 'I'M. la a new and cheaper atyle, and a
general favorite for Family, light Leather, and a.
groat variety of work. Ithnabeen gotten up with
reference to furnishing atrong And durable, vet
light and taaty machine, At a Iraaprlca than either
of tha Above. It runa verv eaay, rapidly, And Is
pronounce! the beat machine cow la market for
NO. . Thla la a machine got up on an entirely
new principle, dllt'.Tcut fr'im anrthtng ever lielora
ottered to the public, and we conldently aiaert that
for lamlly uic It baa not an cipial. It fa very light
and taaty, runa very rapidly, la aimoet nolaeleea In
Ita operation, and um'8 A arnAioiiT NEr.m.r. It la
an arranged aa to ho utterly lmpoaalhle for It tnmlaa
atitohea. It Imi a tcnalou on twit i aldea, And earrlea
a large aupplyof thread on the under epool. The
motiona are gained by two amall cranka that run
without perceptible noise. The two threade are
worked lunuch a manner aa never to pull both atthe
aatno time, anil consequently, little liable to break.
The aeam la very ela-ulo and tbo thread doca not
break In waahlng. It will do coane work better
toan anyoheap machine now In market, aa It uses
ailk, ootton, or llnnen wlthctpial facility. Price too
Detorlptlve Circular, furnished gratis.
OKKM'K in, imouiWAY, N. y.
WHITNB? & LYON Proprietor.!.
D.J TRUMP, Agent. nlf-erao
CLOSINa OUT SALE
Rich Diess Goods.
Embroideries, TarasolB, &c. :
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.'S!
B. B. Cor. Main and Market its.,
COMMENCING TUKSDAY, JUNK 14
And will continue until the entire atnek of Rummer
Dreaa Uooda, ParnHola, Kmbrolderlen, Ac,
Are aold. .
Kioh Dreaa Hilkn, worth $1,00 for $1,00.
Kioh Drcna Hilka, worth 75 ots. for 60ola,
Kioh HoregB Uubci nt Kuatorn oust
Rich Chnlli Koboa at Eastern coat.
Rioh Vnlenttina nt Knstorn coat.
Kioh Chulliea worth 20 old. for 12J eta.
Kicb Lawna (warranted fuai colore) worth 20
" eta. for 12 J cts.
Rioh Kmbroidoriea at coat of importation.
Rioh Collars worth 23 cent for 10 centa.
Rioh KmbroiUoreil Setts worth $0,00 for
Rioh Parnsola at manuTnoturora' prioes.
Ueap Urown Hheetinga worth 10 cents for
Heavy Hrown Sheeting worth 10 ceuU for
Fins lirown Sheotinps worth 8J cents for 6J
English Chintz, a yard wide, for 10 cents.
Hoop Hkirts worth $4,00 for $3,00.
Hoop Skirts worth $3,00 for $2,00.
Misses Hoop Skirls worth 76 eta. for CO ots.
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs worth 20 ots,
for 12J cents.
Ladies' Linen Handkorchiefs worth 10 cents
for 6 ots.
Also a heavy stock of Cottonades, Denims,
Jtfl., &c, at unustiuliy low prioes.
IJ-We have a heavy atoek or the above gonda,
whlon Are all now and in uat be aold In order to mk
room for our heavy fall purchaaea.
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.,
j3l H E. Cor. Main and Market ata.
In a Wholeaale or
a married man. a
Hetall Grocery and Pro-
W. ., Empire Office.
W. 0. RANDALL & CO.
A RE receiving twice per day the best quali-
xx. ty of Rtapberrlea from the Garden of Mr. i
Gartt. Famtlieaahould aeoura theao berrlea for ean
Blng, and for Jam and preaervea. thla week.
They are alio dally receiving tbo. a extra Htraw-
uerrin iruiu nniiuuaay.
Berrlea and Kiult, of nil klnda In aeaaon.
Jeao Third at., near tha Poat Olllca.
Fresh Meat Every Day.
HE!0!.D & JEFFRIES'
Meat and Provision
6th street, 3 doort taut of lirovm itrttt,
"IEEP oonatnntly on hand- Krcah Meats of
every Kind, uutter, Kgga, nnd egetablea, In
aeaaon. Produce or all deaoriptiona obtainable cad
be hed at their atore.
tA they do their own butchering, the Puhllo can
relv on urocurlnn Freah Meat fcvaav mohnihu du
ring the week, i hey dealre the people to know that
on atuNDAy morning they on" pruoure meat alaught
erad during the previoue night. They will plcaae
pear uu.iu nunu.
1'haukful for paat patronage, they aollctta contin
uance of public (avor, deteittitncd to deaerve it.
Hememberftlhatreet,Sdoora from llrowaatreet.
MRS. THOMPSON, D octrees,
VNOWN thronifhout all the prinoipsl
XV olttei of tlip Union Tor the number and complete
oureaubehM eitootetl fur afflicted toiuali, hu taken
Room No. IG, BeckelHnu$e, (late Phanix Hou$t)
Wh$rih mart conmltnl by all temaloa who are
emoted with itUeaioa peculiar fo the aex.
Hheeurea 'lermaiirntly lip)eta, and all deMll
tiM. obitrucHona, fco.,to which feinaleaareauliiot.
Her metllnlni'i nre vKtahle prvpamtinna, and are
IndUn Reined lei. Tliey are a lure cure.
Pet-atonal examination m1e at her room, and
etirea tuaranteel, and married life made agreeable,
istie will give true del.iieatln.ia of cheraotvr, made
from examination or head, inee ana necit.
Hhe will extract conn without drawing blood.
AH ihe iirnuoaM'a to do. ihe will Biarnntee.
Kha lnvltei the atltlvtrd ladleinf Dayton to call
endooatult her aoon, aaahe will remain but a short
NOTICE TO PUPILS.
TnoSK interested are hereby notified that
all anoMoanta for ulmlnilnn into tha Central
tilth hool, upon exaniliifttloQ. are renueated to
meut at the G. H. 8. UulMlnnon next Mondav. the
flltb lnat.at 9 o'clock, A. M.
J. V. MIM.VR,
H. L HHOWN,
A rnrd to tlio Fnrnilng Public.
WE the undersigned have purchased
Martin Hnmhere-er, Agent, and trted one
Doraey'a seir-Raklng Heapera and Mowere, menu
featured bv niea.ia. Pitt.fc Knhna, anil It ftivea
great aatiafaotlon to recommend 11 to the farmer,
tne neat eutimir reaper we na e ever aeen at work,
nu aa to raaiua uaiiuui of-.iirrn.Bco nyany r
(jerman To., Montgomery Co.
"Xl'TK have aeen the reaper of the-Meeara. Carney,
l manulaotured hy Frits A Kuhna at work, and
fully eoueur ta what they have aald.
' HKNHV D. HUNT,
Ja20 Jackaoa T., Butler Co., O.
IN or between Huatnn Hall and 4th street,
two seals and key (gold) aet with dlflVrent oolorea
atone. A lltteral reward will be given to the finder
by leaving them at thla oniee. JeM
Oft IIOXKSof extra nine Orancna, justrZ
AlO eelved by BHANDKNUUHa A CO..
J.U-lwd No. sou. Third street
fOUND, Yesterday, a Knfe Key.
further information, Inquire at this one.
T tlOTHEtt JONATHAN, for.tba "4th"
uir urge vn jusi raeeiveo.
jew; D. i f. I. BHVLL
till i iUft' i Tt
DAYTON OHIO, FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1859,
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OFFioai oa puaauiOATioeai
lupin liiUiag, Thirl it., Bulb liit eL, Iiii I Jefftnoi
a. aralllB.eoper yaeelnadTenee.
10 eaata par week , parable to thooarrter.
maleeeplea.auup la wrappeea.aeenu.
Th Oinelnnatl Tape Foundry Company ia
our duly authorised Agent to make rontracta
and receipt Mr Auveruaementa aubacriptiona,
Ac, la that city.
To BuamaaaMiii. Tk KmplraJob Rooma
rein complete trim, and wa are now prepared
to do work of all deaoriptiona in th beat atyle
ofthaart. Call ia and eiamineonr work and
learn our pricea.
IT To ADTiariaaaa. Adrertiaemenla or
Notice for th Kmpir moat b handed into
the office by lea clock on th day they are de
aired to be publiahed f later. We cannot
agree tolnaert them after that honr.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
who desire to bar advertisements
inserted In the Wtekly Empire should hand
them In by Saturday morning, at the latest
s&.Our advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important matter to them.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
You are hereby notified to meet at your Arm
ory on Monday morning, July 4th, at 7 o'clock.
A. M., armed and equipped, for parade. By
D. SCHREIAK, Capt.
CT Wa learn that but half fare will ba
charged excursionists on all the railroads on tha
4th of July.
tTBaldwin'e Gallery will be open the 4th
from 7 until half paat 6 o'clock for the purpoae
of giving all an opportunity of securing one
of his Escalator Miniture Portraits. 800 adayl
ILTThe new steeple on St. Joseph's Church
is nesrly competed. It is one of the prettiest we
ever ssw. .We learn that the new bell, from
Hank's Foundry, Cincinnati, la here, and meaa.
ures are being taken to have it put up in ita
place. Ita weight la given at 3,500 pounda.
It ia said to have an eiquieite tone, and will
make itself agreeably heard throughout the city
and vicinity in a ahort time. J
Monuuint to "Ed, WrraaaaLi.." Mr. D. La
Dow of thia city was recently commissioned to
execute a monument for the late Conductor
Wetherell, by the employees of the Bandusky,
Oaylou and Cincinnati R, R. Tha monument
a very appropriate and beautiful one, gotten
up in the beat atyle of the sculptor's art waa
shipped to Sandusky a few daya ago, where it
will be erected orer the remains of Mr. W, in
the Sandusky Cemetery. This momument is a
tribute of respect and affection to a kind, genial
gentleman, who living had noenemiee, and dy-
ng waa regretted by all who knew him.
Tax 4ti at "Wuii,"-W acknowledge tha
receipt of an invitation, to viait Wapikoo.taon
tha 4lk, and take in tha freedom of the city.
friend Boyle and othera will "count na In''
without further notice. One of tha staff will
TlPFSOAIfOX, "AVD THS RxST OF MANKIND."
We are informed that the people of Tippecanoe,
on the D. ifc M. Road, a few miles north, pro
pose getting up an old lime celebration next
Monday. There will be a proceaaion ; an em
tion and other exerciaee in a grove in the
neighborhood J and a publio dinner will be set
in the woods, to which the people of Tippe
eauoe invite "the real of mankind I" As tbe
invitation takea in the inhabitants of the South
Sea Ialanda, and the deniaena of the isles in
the Caribbean Sea, it la presumed there will be
a large crowd at Tippecanoe next Monday.
We have no doubt that tba Day will be hugely
celebrated i particularly if some of thoi
Caribbean Sea guests get on a high. Tbe
Tippecanoe folka are making arrangements to
accommodate all who visit thsm.
Wasp's LaixLinx. We particularly requeat
peraona bound for eastern and north western
points over tbe B. D. 4 0. Road, to read tbe
advertisement of Ward's Opposition Steamboat
Line, in today'a paper. These boata are in
good trim, are commanded by experienced,
sober reliable gentlemen, their offleoa are in
charge of liberal and accommodating clerks
and they are manned by picked crewa, every
man of whom ia "every inch a Bailor." Those
desiring to visit Cleveland, Buffalo Niagara
Falls, New York, Toledo, and othsr prominent
pouts, should take one of the Ward Steamera,
Tbey will find a convenience, comfort, cheap1
neea and reliability on theae boata not experi
ence on some others wa could name. The
Agent, Mr. Burbauk, ia ao well and favorably
known that we need only luform the public
that the be la tha man. Maka inquiry for Bur
bank aa aoon as you get into Sandusky, reader;
and don't pay fare any farther and Sandusky
Mr. B. will make It to your interest to go on
gear i ne uaa renows new mil, in uer
mantown, will be dedioatedal half.paat 9
o'olock, A, M. This will be at too early an
hour for visiting brethereo to be present, but
as tba general celebration will form at 12
M., tha ceremonies oannot be oommenoed at
a later hour.
The general oelebration will, as we have
aid, form at 12 M., and passing through
some of the prinoipal streets will prooeed to
a delightful grots en Stump's Hill, a ahort
distance west of Germantown, where Rev,
B. F. Foster of Indianapolis will deliver an
Oration, and other sxeroises will be bad.
Tha prooeaaioD will return to town, and
dine at tha hotels, and with their hospitable
friend. Wt learn that ample preparations
are being made to aooommodate all who visit
Uermaotowo on ths 4th.
There will be three cotillion parties in
town in the evening, wa art informed at
the Shaeffer Houss, Uermantown Hotel, find
at'tha Eberle House. They will b agreea
ble gatherings, and good order w ill be env
Tai toxiToH, Aoaim. We spok yes
erday of three Skeletons haying been found
in a gravel bank at Woodland Cemetery.
Yesterday on digging still further in the
bank wa learn that Sevan more complete
skeletons were found; and tha bones of quit
a large number were come to; still further
in th bank how many wa not known
when our Informant left the workmen. It
is now rendered almost oertain that a large
number of th Aboriginal were burritd
In that plao. How long they bay remain
s4 there, or to what raoe of Indian thsy
belonged, msy btm b known.
HoaTictiLTuaa. Some men are alwsys en
gsged in noble public enterprises, calculated to
benefit the present as wall aa future eenerationa.
Of thia elaaa ia Mr. I. Mille,- of Sidney, who
after yesra of toil in constructing canals and
railroads, secured a hendsome competency, but
he could not eit down idly, play billiards,
or loaf about atorea and coffee houses. He, on
the contrary, secured a large lot of ground oppo
site Thome's Hotel, where he not only built
convenient, handsome residence, but al
ao laid out a moot beautiful snd extensive gar
den, In this garden he may nearly always be
found busily employed. II is collection of
fruits and flowers is vary extensive and choice,
nearly all beiug Imported from England,
France and Germany. Ho baa eighty different
varieliea of pears, and twenty of grapea. His
last importation of grape vines was from Hun
gary, which were imported lal 8ring, and
are now growing finely. He spares no expense
to obtain the beat varieties from all parts of the
world, and what don't irow out of doors will
grow in his fine green house. ; The b:anchea of
one variety of grapes grow to enormous sise,
weighing from ten to eighteen pounds each
bunch. Us also has yarns, almonds, spricots,
figs, lemons, orsnges, and a great variety of
tropical fruit trees, loaded with fruit. Hie col
lection of rare flowers is also an sttrsctive Tea.
lure in hie garden, and we know of no place
where a leisure hour may be spent more pless
antly than in looking at Mr. Mills' garden.
PieeracT Vxhtilatioh Tux Coufinhatino
Bass Balakos. This elegant and economical
improvement for window aash either in old or
new buildings, can be seen in practical opera
tion in one of the windows of the Phillips
House, Room Ho. il. It consists in an ar
rangement of two Weighted tassels which sre
connected with both saah by meana of cords
and pullers. Its advantagea over the old box
frame are that it eavt-e the expense of boxing
and three fourths of the iron, works more easily,
ventilates more conveniently, is less liable to
derangement, and can be applied to aoy old
window without change in Ihe frame, or injury
to the finish. For further information apply to
J ; R. Payson at the Phillips House.
D" The Montgomery Guard and Lafayette
Ouard will parade in our streets oa ths 4th.
They will also picnic on the Oouuly Fair
Grounds. The Turners will picnic in the
grove adjoining the Fair Grounds, on Ihe 4th,
1 1 ia probable that other exercises will be hsd
here on the 4tb, at least enough to interest those
who remain at home.
Closid ok tux 4th. We learn from a card
in tha Qermantown Independent, thatlhe prom
inent buaineas men of that place intend closing
their doors from 9 o'clock, A. M.,4 o'clock, P.
M., in order to join in in the ceremonies of the
dsy. If the placee where "epeerita" are aold
ould join in that arrangement, it would
greatly contribute to the pleasure of the good
folks who desire to celebrate the day properly.
Stats vs. Jauis Kouvax, Liwia Rkiikald
amd Jambs Bauox. Tatar, roa BuaoLAar. Tbe
two firat named were found guilty. Bruce,
colored, waa diacharged.
It ia rumored that the free aoilera on tha
Jury would not agree to convict the two white
men until the negro was let off 111
Btats vs. John Wxitzxl. Di'iousr. This
case ia now being brought up far trial. The
jury ia being empanneled.
tTThe Light Guard had a tlp-top parade
yesterday. They were decked with new fa
tigue caps, and sported their new rifle muskets 1
They stepped off to tbe exquisite music of the
CTA lady adrertiaea in the Journal thia
morning for a huaband t Bless her little mod
est soul, plenty of them can be bad without the
asking ; csrtainly without parading tha demand
for one in the advertising columns of a news
pspsr. Bhs haa evinced tnt good trait, in the
business she paya the printer for the insertion
of her advertisement.
xkTBe th attractive announcement of
W. H. Brandenburg fc Co.; in anotbor ool-
umn. They are determined not to be out'
don in th fin candy, fruit, berry and oon-
leotionery business generally.
On A Flao I Remember to provide your
selves with flsgs and other patriotic devices for
the 4th. Sbull'e havs them of every style and
ST A respectable audience attended the
Temperance meeting at Huston Hall last eve
ning, we learn. The address of Prof. Gaddl,
comprised the cxarciles of the evening.
tTSeveral picnics started for Ihe woods to
day, and aeveral fishnics wended their way to
poiula on the Miami and Madriver.
FT The "chicken thieves" sre on trisl to
day. The jury art expected to report this eve.
oV The "Dutch" sdvertisement in another
column will apply to a great many townawe
Flaooxo with Gold. A Victoria correspond
ent of the Englis Mining Journal, who signs
himaelf W. Radley, and ia endorsed by the
editor of thst journal asao inaccessible locality
In New South Wales, where the ground was
found literally flagged with gold in masses too
heavy to carry any great distsnce. One mas
is noticed as containing not less than six or
seven tons, Tbisslmostequslsthefamousgold
mountain otory of California.
CTSir lasso Lyon Goldsniid, who recently
died in London, left to the Jews of thst city
nesrly $40,000 for educational snd religious
purposes, ilia estate was sworn at ko.uvu.uuu
He bad a princely residence in St. John a Park,
His daughtsrs, especially one who married the
Viscount Avigdor (sou of the Nice bsnker,)
are diatinguiecd for high literary attainment
A Paballxl. The Parie correspondent ol
ths London Glob writes: At ths last struggle
between Austriaand France, half a cenlury ago,
ths names of the eVeiruilis eerwaat, who per
formed on tbe European boards, tally so v. on,
dsrfully with the ewrni dramaiifut diaplsysd to
the public view when tbe curtain rose again on
the revival of the same play thle month, 1859,
thst the bill of the eulertaiument needs no al
Diau. Pxas., 1810. Dsam. Pxaa., '59.
Alexander I., Caar, Alexander II.
Fred. Wm. 1., King Prua.la, Fred. Wm. II.
Frans I., Kaiser, Krene Jos. II.
Pius VI , Pope, Pius IX.
NspoUoa I., Protogonisla, Napoleon.
V. kroeuuel I., ttevojard, Vwt. aimsouel.
Ferdinand I , Laxsaroue, Ferdinand II,
George IV., first gentleman George V., acting
ia Europe, at Hanover.
Vivat TioroaiA Rxviajia.
tTMadaoiedo Kslsssroff is lhe name of a
brilliant Russian belle who ia now making a
great stir in Paria.
William Smith O'Brien baa aafvly reached
hiakosu in Oahermoyle, near Limerick, and
apeak a in the war meet Unas of the pleasure de
rived frost his visit to th Biate.
The National Horse Show, and Ladies'
It Is a settled thing thst this great sxhiblllon
under lb msnsgemsnt of Mr. J. Milton Smith,
of Galeabnrg, III., will come off oa the Kiser
Farm, contiguous to this city, commencing on
ths 6th, and ending on th 9th of September
next. The site is one of the best that could bs
chosen in this Valley, and will meet th public
expectation. Our neighbor of ths Gssette hss
so completely given some of tha "fine points"
of this Exhibition snd its "surroundings," thst
1 he Trotting Course Is half a mils lone, and
sests will be provided, overlooking it, sufficient
for thirty thonasnd persons. All the arrange
tnenta sro projected on a grand scale, snd no
expense will be spared by Mr. Smith to make
it exceed any similar Fair ever held in the
It ia anticipated, that nearly every State In
the Union will be represented. Hundreds of
the owners of fine isotting hnraea, in the
Northern, Kaatern snd Wcaiern Slates, hsve
slresdy signified their intention to be present
with their fast nags. Illinois, Indisns, lows,
Wiacnnain, Michigan, Kentucky and Ohio, will
doubtless furnish number, but Urge contribu
tions of fine horses aro confidently looked for
from New Englsnd, Mow York, Pennsylvania
Tho )t air is got up expre'sly for training of
horses of every class, vis: walking, trotting,
pacing snd rscking. This will, of course, give
a wide field forsoinpetition, snd bring out the
best points in every division. Tbe horae ia
the noblest of all animals next to man, aud it
will V.. a splendid spectacle to wilnesa the
bearing and extrsordinsry performances of
thouaandaof tha Mite of the country.
One of the moat interesting features of the
Fair will be Ihe Ladies' Equestrian Riding.
The whole of the third day will be sppropri
sted to this psrt of the Programme, which cso
not fail to sttrsct a crowd equal to that led by
I'eter the Hermit to tbe conquest or 1'alealine
Horses and Women) What man, with a spark
of gallantry in him, would refuse to travel a
hundred niilea to witness so eurspturing a
sighll The whole Misml Valley, snd psrticu-
orly Motitunmery and the ariioiutnir counties.
will be emptied of their entire population on
We may estimate safely that the National
Horse Show, and Ladies' Equestrian Exhibition
will attract a larger crowd to our city than was
ever here before. Or course railroads will
charge but half fsre to excursionists, and ws
msy expect the people here In swsrms from
every point of the compsas. Hotel sccommo
dntion will be made for thousand; the excur
sionists will be provided for never fosr.
We would just ssy thst while Mr. Smith
will arrange for a very large amount of proper
rrfreahrocnta on the ground, he will see that
oo ardent spirits be brought within the enclos
ure; and a police force large and tflicieol
will ha on the ground during the entire exhlbii
Already horsemen from every direction have
signified their purpoae of attending the Fair,
and we learn thst seversl lsdies, noted for
their equestrian proficiency hsve thus esrly
indicated their intention of couteating for su
periority in borsemsnship, by making inquiries
as to the rules governing theexhibition.
Every business msn here must see the proprl
eiy of promptly co operating with Mr. Smith
la-his tfforts in getting up thla Fair. Aalde
from tha novelty, and impetua it will give to
the breeding of fine horses, it will bs "a mine
of wealth" to our eitixene. We hope that all
will contribute to the committee for the pur
poae of paying the necessary expenses; know
that their investments will return them four
fold. Tbo time is drswing on our citizens
should awaken to the importance of the subject.
Do sinedunder, supschriber, rsuts te embloy
from SO to 1200 yong shentlemens, pig poys
and poys dat am not ao pig, for one year, more
or leas, to attend de meetins and breacbens in
Liberty, and breachen is over, or de meetin is
dismissed, to run out of de meetin house to de
vimins und gals dore, and dsra form a lane
someding like de injins used to do when ds
kotcht a wito man, aud made him run drue
wat da called da gantlet, aud striked snd kick
sd him; but dis am not for da purpose of ma
king de man run drus, but to hsf all de vimins
snd gals to wawk drue, and to ploe terbsckor
sebmoke in dare fsces, and to aphit terbscker
jus on dare dreesea, and to sthsre at dem, and
push dem about. And wen de vimins snd gsls
sm all out of de house to fuller after dem dtus
da sthreets, and out of town, and to push dem,
drsnip on dare dreaaea snd heels, and to larf,
and cuss, snd tawk wulgar, and hooraw aud
have a muss shenerally. All dat wants to be in
de mix will bless to abbly to da aaxtons of
bofe churches, mit wich arrangements will pe
made to pe our achenls, da will tell de tarros
and embloy all dat wanta to go in, tf da dink
dat da can lam to do all wa sed we wsuts dem
to do. And ef da had done de same pefore
all de petter, aa da den need no larnen.
No yong shentlemens, pig poys, oi poys dat
am not ao pig, dat liaf any modesty, or dat
am Wat eheuerally kslled nise, decent or shen
teel, need sbbly, lor da am not de right atrlps
dst am wsnted. Ma and lota of odders dink
de furmin of a lane and aclin as above elated
very nise, snd de vimins snd gals likes it like
it like eberyting, and aa we hare never hearn
tell or read of aoy aavagerona peoplea dat do
anyding of de kind, dough we haf readed
eome about de Hottentota and vild niggera of
Africa, and of da Fiji ialandera dat eats pro
pies, and of odder heathen of de world, snd
none haf anyding like It, eept de doina of de
injuna pefuro slbaded, wen da kolchr wile men
and mads dem run de gsntlet, and atriked aud
kicked em, But do only did so to dsrs iuiuiies
wid us it am did to de petter part of kreaahun
and da dar Irienda and nabors. We, darefore,
dink it a-n an improvement on de aclin of d
injuna, and an rbidence of de adwanced ctbil
iiation of de middle of de 10th sentry, and of
desphreadof kristssnity. Aud aa we am friends
of nise actcn and of improvements, wa haf
konkluded to haf it tun up prown.ss de poys,
' ays, and we, darefore, will gif coot vages, wich
ds ssxtons vill pay quarterly. And to enkour,
age and reward rialn jenuaee, depeat performer
ahsll haf a splendid medal at de end of d
year, made of do akin of a jsassck, wid a
border round it made of de ears of dst animile
and to baf ea it a deviss of a kroud of yong
shsullemens, pig poys, and poys dat am not
ao pig, mit aegars in dare motifs, and pushen
each odder, and runnio aftor de vimins and
gsls, and ruunin agin em, and drampea on
dare dreaaea and hrela, and ripen" about shea
erslly; mit ds winner of de medal at dare heed
r it a eornstock in hi hand, entourage and
leaden dem on. De vimine and gala am to de
aide who am to haf de medal, and all dst go ia
shall haf dare bay quarterly, aud al de end of
dare aarvis, if da eoutiuered a year, da ahsll
haf a dog nife, a peeae of Berloner saasenger, a
trluk of wisky, haf a dosea segar made of
frosted tarbacker, and a diplonur.
Aad now Mr. Empire ansa, ef yon will brio!
dis, all d vimins aad gale ia and neereur town
will plea you, and you will very much obleege
DUTCHMAN. Liberty, June 30, 1859.
The Disaster on the Southern
PARTICULARS OF THE DISASTER.
Of tli terrible accident on this road, we
take the following particulars from th Chi
cago Yes and Tribune:
Wm. M. Osgood, Conductor on this ill-
fated train, lias arrived at Chicago, consider-
cralily bruised, but, it is thought, not seri
ously injured, and has made the following
STATEMENT OF CONDUCTOR OSGOOD.
I was sosted in the fore-part of the flrxt
passenger car, at about 12 o'clock on Mon
day night, when suddenly I heard a crack
ing in th car, as if tho car was trembling and
shaking, and then I thought the car was
plunging, when I got upon my fcot to see
what wan the matter, and tried to roach the
center of the car, but not being able, as 1 felt
my foothold slipping from beneath me, 1 com
menced climbing to tho roof, and succeeded
in getting a hold. The roof was much bro
ken away by this time, and I pot through it
to the top, vrhoro I kept bold until I landed
below. I then commenced climbing up,
and reached the bank. 1 saw a number of
others clambering up out of the cars, and
there were several persons assisting tho per
sons who had been injured. I saw some la
borers whom I ordered to light bon fires on
the track, up and down the road. Of the
Hpced of tho train 1 took no particular notice.
I do not think it was running at full siieed
as we had just passed over a bigbriilge,where
we usually slack up, and had not got under
full headway yet. Several of the passengers
in tho car escaped, but I cannot remember
their names or the names or any others, al
though I know soma of their faces. Mr
David Runnion, I think, was in the car with
me, whether he escaped or not I cannot say.
l should judge there wore some lot) persons
in the trnin, I could not tell, as I had not ta
ken up my chocks of the Hecond class (or
emigrant) cars, tha Eastern tickets. There
were fifteen or twenty laborers got on the
foremost of tho emigrant cars from Ains-
wnrlh station, and at the Albany and Salem
crossing, i he emigrant cars were all smash
ed up. When I got out of the car tho night
was very dark and the water was running
heavy; I was confused. I wanted to reach
the telegraph station at South liend, Ind.,
and started as I supposed for it, but again 1
fordod the creek, I had gone the wrong way.
I never saw any water in this ravine before ;
it was what I call a dry run, and the culvert
wa s of stone, as good as can be found upon
any road. Tho scene of the catastrophe, is,
as near as 1 can judge, about half way be
tween nouth Uend and Mixhwaukea. J his
(Tuesday) morning I crossod the same siot
where last night was a flood, almost without
more than wotting tha tho tops of my feet.
I know nothing further or the cause of ths
accident than the carrying away of the cul
vert, and was sitting on a forward goat, with
my lantern near me, when the pitching and
Mr. J. J. H. Kice, of Laporto, Indiana,
who was passenger on tho sleeping car of
the ul-fatcu train, arrived at I hicaeo on Tues
day, at 3'' o'clock. The following is the
STATEMENT OF At II. J. J. II. KICK, PASSKNOER.
Ho was in the sleeping car at the time of
the accident, which occurred about midnight.
The first he know of anything being tthe
the matter, was when the water was wash
ing over th car. The lights wore out, and
nothing but an occasional flash of lightning
was then) to see by. lie lumped from the
cars but instead of landing on terra firma,
ho leaped into th torrent, but succeeded in
making his way to a clump of bushes, and
got up the bank, afterwards. He heard a
great deal of screaming while in the current,
and after landing, the cries of distress were
awful. There being no lights, everything
was confusion, the survivors were rushing
wildly about the banks of the ravino in vain
search of their missing friends. Ho says no
one was killed in the sleeping car, but one
old gentleman jumped out and waa drowned
n the current. Mr. Rice says that Osgood
(the conductor) seemed crazy; he ran to
South llend and to Mishwaukca, and then
returned, a distance of eight miles, without
his hat. He took charge of him, and
brought bim to this city at 3,'g o'clock yea-terdar-
One woman who was on the train with her
husband and five children, ran wildly about
all night seeking her family, but without suc
cess, until morning, when she found them all
dead. She then went to a farm-house a few
yards off, where after sitting a few minutes,
tho wrote tied wilo and mother expired
Mr. Rice says that a gentleman, with his
wife and two children, were on tho train on
a pleasure trip to the east. But in the acci
dent the parties became separated. The hus
band found on of his young ones dead, in
the morning, next he found his wife, dead,
but with her arms closely embracing the
other child, who was saved.
Ono lady was carried down the stream to
wards tbe river, but lodged in a tree-top, and
heard several float by crying for help.
The Knginecr bad been running over the
bridge from Import each way carefully.
1 he train was not running raster than ten or
twenty miles per hour. The train going
west hod passed over the embankment safely
at H:3U 1'. M
Th U. S. Express had over $30,000 in
their safe, which broke to pieces by the collis
ion, but the agent here has found the most of
it in the ruins
One of the through mail-laps was found
near the river, two hundred yards from the
break ; whether others are lost cannot yet be
The ravine is aliout 25 foot deep and 75 to
100 feet wido. The night was very dark,
and there waa a curve in the road just be
fore the enbankmont was reached.
CAUSE OF THE DISASTER.
At the spot where the disaster happened,
a small stream or 'branch' ia crossed by the
road, on an emlmnkment 25 or 30 feet in
height. Here, for the passage of the water,
ia a (rood stone culvert, which has heretofore
proved of sufllcicnt capacity to carry through
all that descended the creek. In th after
noon and evening before the accident, that
locality was visited by a rain-storm of extra
ordinary severity, ihe water fell in tor
rents, raising all the smaller streams, after
the lnpse ol a few hours, to an unpreoedont
ed height. It ia supposed th drift wood
carried down by th little 'branch' of which
we speak, accumulated on tha upper aide of
the culvert and caused an obstruction that
every chip, loaf and floating limb made more
serious, until th passage of the water was
almost entirely stopped. The water thus
dammed up, attacked the embankment which
of sandy loam more sand than loam and
soon dissolved and carried- it off, or made
it so soft and yielding that as aoon at the
weight of the train came upon it, it gave
formerly t resale work occupied tbe place
of the culvort and embankment; but it was
removed for a more permanent atructure
which was supposed to be equal to th pur
pose lor which it was made. Tbe culvert has
been built aeveral years, and up W this tiiue
no one doubted its sutliciency.
Mr. Pardee, whoa slateiueut we give be
low, is from Bloomington, HI. He was re
turning from tit East to bis bom, in th
train next to lb illfated on, aad which left
the acen of th tembl disaster. H ar
riven uwiw su turn aaiuriuug, wi
Mtb Utw, Ac, h.v) ill to b carnrU I
rived there at V o'clock in th morning, but
across from on aide of th ravin to tli
other, to another train, Mr. Pardee im
proved the interval of three hours in visiting
and examining the scene and th wreck, and
in attendance upon th sick and wounded.
XTMona, Blondin positively walked across
th Nlagsr river yesterday, on a tight rope,
Dear th Suspension Bridge, An immense
crowd gaped at hint. He crossed twice, and
we are Informed, wa accrmpanied by ths "Ha d
of the Mist" stesmer. The writer of ihe tele
grephic dispsloh hardly intends lo e onde
stood that the steamboat eroaaed on a tight rope
alao. Mons. Blondin, the newspapers ssy, pro
poses to tske exerr.ls during Ihe summer hy
walking that rope. He will take atrip farwatd
snd bsck, for the purpose of scquiring sn appc
Gum Drops, Fine Candies.
HR.VNDKNHUKG & CO.,
NO. SOO THIRD ST.,
HAVE just reoeived, direct from N, York,
by express, a supply of eholee
Gum Drops, Mixed Candies, &o.,
Which will be aold at Wheleaale or Retail, oa fa
The aaaortmcut comprises la part
Lia u o rioe.
ana noil urof .
All of which are fie.li. and vervni.-e. Thv have
i 1 '
received alao by aame eapresa aeholoe assortment of
Fin Mixed Candiea,
of lateat styles and of moat exqulelt flavor and
They aesncotfiillr aslc an Insnrctinn of thelrstook.
contlejent ihey oau offer very superior Inducements
to buyera. B. A (JO.,
J" SOO M street.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Celebration at Springfield!
Celebration at Springfield! HALF FARE TICKETS!
Sandusky. Dayton & Cincinnati R.
PASSENGERS on all rogular trninaoar
i let! to fturlntsliMd. Grrta Rni-ioci nd KanUu-
ky, on the 4th of Jul) , at half th uiual fare.
i raioa win ifiav I'ftvioa ai p.uu anu iv.w a. ni
Raturulng, an extra train will leave Spring Haiti fur
Day ion at iu o'Cioca ni Digm on we tin.
jyi-uzi luon n. n tmun, imp u
Bernard H. Kramer and hiiO Before James Turner,
wue jLiuauein ivraraer, i )., . r. Dayton
IMaluttfla, Y Townalilp, Monfc-
f Township, Mont
(uuery Co., Ohio.
J. Conrad Hamann, ItePt,
(S the 27th day of June, A. D , 1859, laid
Justiua ueti au onier ot attaot meat In the
ahove action, for the mm of FIHy tlol are, with In
tereit at eight per cent, from December lu, 1861.
aaia eauie u eei lor mm on aukuht io, ihov, fit no
moQk.A.M. WALAMHHIC i HOCK. .
Jyl-ww AU ye. for Plaint. t!.
Ward1 Opposition Steamboat Line!
CHEAPEST FARE YET.
Par Your Fare no Farther than
The Faat and splendid Upper Cabin Hteamer
leaveeS.D. fcC. ft. ft. Doek.lKanduakr, everv rlav
(Hnoilay's excepted! at llf o'clock, P. M. for 1 leva
Und. a rlvlnf In Cleveland at s.as F. al.i ana -hq-ncctins;
with Ward's Kaat and splendid Ouuoettloa
Sea Bird and Arctic
CAPT.C.C BLODOiTT, I CAPT.H.PISH.
For Buiralo, Niagara Fall a, New York, and ALL
The Fvre by thia route will b
One-half that charged by Rail Roads
or aoy competing line of alde.wheel Steamers,
Ho matter how cheap tha latter mar be
Returning tha Forester leavea Cleveland every evea
lng(NUn,lays excepted) arriving In Handlist at I A.
K .S"".0 V A "aa.Ung with all the
HATES OF FARK.
. . . Cabin.
Saadaaky to Clevelaad, $1 00
" Buffalo, S 6
" ' Niagara Kails, 4 JO
" - u 4 mm 8 0
" " New Tari, 11 eo
" " Toledo, i a
Unlike the Rail Road Steamer. Fare on
una line iacnarea but once.
Meals and State rooms are sll Intludeo.
J. G.,UUKBANK. Ag t, Sandusky.
From tho Tropics
W. U, Br.ndf nbfrg & Co.,
HAVE just reoeived by ei press this mum
log a large lot of those splendid
Alao, a large aupply el Oranges aad Leasoaa.
Berries, Onoombers, &c,
JUST RECEIVED, nice and fresh, ar.d
au"siaaiai SKAnnanSKSU k tU'S
REMEMSER WHAT YOU READ.
No. 110, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
THANKFUL for the very liberal patron:
heretofore extended to him. would ... ..n
theatteatloa of llie publie to his aew and esmulet
Summer I.ootsand Shoes!
Knplovlef soaa but tbe bawl of work ana. 1 aa,
eoalUanllaalluiig.t up Uie M
BEST KITTING AND USST MADE
oU aa ahoea la th ally, aad I will fwawaataw
OT Olwe an a Trial I xi
W W. WILSON, .
IU Mala street, t doors south of Ik Market,
ilaTiTn!. "lsmlM "!M
ts. XT?ir .IltMaroiii; tl-s ear sof T. A.
r9'r as the Penf,,,. eeell Jafa ftir fu'.!'i-.r
I th Third WM, at th eatnlic sp ''' ".
- MANV FA1KNDS.
"We are authortied to announce t. Harvey
Thomas ss seodldats for Truate la ths Third
Wert, to All the vacancy oeeaslenrd hy th rata-
tlon of E, A, More. jet
To the Teacher of Montcomsw-y
Th Mt?ntxonirj Count Tohr' Assn.
alatloswlll hold Its regula Aaausl Institute ia the
airy of Peyton.
Thesesaloa will sommeno oa atONDAT, it'LT
Ittli, aad continue rbur weeks.
Inatructlone will be gives la Orthography, Head
ing, Menial Arithmetic, Written Arlthaetle, Geo
graphy, Kngllsh Uramnar, Physical Geography, aad
Teachers of th adjoining Ceuntlea are reapettf ul.
ty Invited to attend.
Committee of Arrangementa. Joha Tolan, Janea
Miller, 1. 0. Snavely, Jeaae Wogaman. Cleo. Winder
J. Martin, J. W. Manning. Jeltdaw
Notice to K. Falr'a Or rd Mora..
f W1I.T, nay a dividend to oreditor of Ed
1 ward Fair tin the smh of Kept., lwi, at ray offlrs
In itayion Owing to the creditors in part not yet
bavlng tiled their claims, and the protect whl.h I
i.ave of at-lllng aoine of the real prnpetty, ia the
mean time, I oannot atate the amount of the divi
dend. M. B. WALKS!!,
Notice) to Ihei rrsltfore of E. II.
IWIU, par a dividend fo the creditors
of K. II. llslHirn oa the smh day of August, lea,
St myonVeln theottt of Dai ton.
Owing to the raot that the creditors havs not near
all presented their claims, I cannot say wi st th
dividend will be. M. . UAl.kKK,
(Journal and Cavetes oopyj
CORNER MAIN AND BBCOND BTfl.,
DAI TO. O.
J0HH P. CLINE, Proprietor.1
HA VINO retaken thin well-known ind
popt-iUr Hot., I am il?trinlnJ that ttajrood
rt(itrtt)on with the public ahull not In Oil )t be
dim.nlhMl untltr my suMrlnUnUnoe, but mthor
ttmt it shin h tncrfit'fil.
Tht home hm bMnthomutthtr flttsH,Knrtvtrx
poiih. eonvntne fultlMl to every depart men t.
The suhlc, m heretofore, will beta ahntge of ore
ul boetlere. Jv-ib-Jradr.w
Dayton BAfTn State Bank or Ohio, (
De) ton, Ubio, Juoe 98, 1H6,
'PHIS Uaok will bt cluetl on Monday,
-i. Fourth of July. Thoee hnvlBe; do tea of bills
falHnR lu on that ilay will plcaae attend and pay
them on Naturtiajr, the M of July. By rtler nf the
Board. C. U. BWaIN, Caahlcr.
A SMALL Karm of from 30 to fit) seres,
with good Improvements, choice fruit, good
soil, and between three and etx mllta rrom Ihia city.
The location must lie hliili, eoaimandlsg a line
view of the aurrnondlng nouotry.
Addreaa,wlth full partlcniara,
til A S R. CLARK K,
JeM HealKetate Agent, sd at.
Strayed or Stolen!
rpWO Honeys strayed away or wore stolen,
T. . . . irom in pasture
nl Samuel Hohrer, on Ihe Valley Pike. Due was
- jvitim uki, one sorrei, a years old. A llb
JJI reward will be paid lor their return. Apply st
-ifi1""" iAMI'KL Wtin.
SILVER PLATED WARE
At Chriutojiher'ri Auction Rooms,
Commencing at 9 oVi.orx, A. u.,
OX TUUHSDAY, JUNE 3GT1I, 18.19,
Will be sold without resrrtea large assortment of
Sifter 1'ldtcti Ware
Imported direct from the Manufacturers at Phila
delphia, eomprtelng In pert,
Kle;aDt Late Styles Tea Sett, Elegant Lata
Styles Coffee Sett, Coffee Urns, Tea Kettles,
Ice l'itohsrs, Salvers, flutter Coolers and
Dishes, Vegelahle Diahe, Caaton aad (jobs
lets, Children' Chassd Cap, ., Iiaeket,
Nursery and Chafine, Dishes, Salt Wanda,
Fruit Knives, Spoons, Forks, Ao., all of
which are l'lated with PUIiK SILVER and
av-Oodeoien for Inspection all rlsy en Wednes
day, when Ladies and l.entlemen arereapeotfully In
vlted lo eall and examine for theuiaeh ea.
J. K. OHUISTOI'HKR,
J"J1 . . Auctioneer.
(Journal and Gazette eopy.)
Not Musty Ale!
BUT liarriea' XXX Block Ale, at
"llnlen Saloon," 1 J, fferaon atieet.
II D. COI HCEV'S
Ivr Promoting thi Orotelk of tht Uair,'
ManvrArTi'siD ahu roa salx ay
flic, iDa ojcDunBDan
Car. Jeffsrsea aad Market strsata,
IT ia peculiarly adapted fur tbe use of La
dies, aa It will without fall, proaore th growth
nf tt-e hair, and unlike a great Many of the ao called
Hair Touloa, will restore aad not injure the hair.
N. E. JORDAN,
Attorney and Couneellor
ILL give prompt attention to all bu-
OtBoe In "Beekei'a building," next to "Ce-ner-elal
exchange," N. W. corner of Third and Jetrersoa
atreeta. Uat tun. Uhln. . ... .
THE UDfJereigned would respectfully ia
X form th. Parent of lH.yton that ther ill or
ffanlie Juvenile cioee for boU eexfe, 4ulm race
lion. In German, (Latin, Greek and itfuele.
for tei, apply to
w mi airrei, next ajr to nr. wneet1 1
The Glorious 4th;
EA eE3, SHrtlDf.
IIGBG 07 TEX CECIJLIATIOa, 4.
For the National Anniversary,
WE have a larta stock of th above of
all alaaa and prices, suitable for deenratlng
Houses, Place, of Busludaa, Horace, W agoas, Ao.,to
w hich we Invttr your attention. Urders troat a dla
tauce promptly atleaded to.
JT'i ?.?: iHHlI
Hpec-lal Elclai iTklrel Wast.
NATO'! orrirR, I
ClTXSr llASTOM, Jua as, its. (
THE qualified rotera of th Third Ward of
A. the city of Uaytoa, ar. hereby aotlned that aa
eiMiiua will aw held at the allaaal ajagia sioua.,
weat aid of Uullow atrawl, aa
Satorday, tba 9th Aay of July, 1039.
for th eholee of a Trust of sail Ward, la plaa
of K. A. Mure, resigned.
The polia will be open at (o'clock la th foreaooa,
slewing at So'aluak in the evening.
J'-d" U. W. luniNOH, Mayor.
Vcter Hcicbare'a Estate.
flX It. dsy of Juns, l5y, th onder
V signed waa duly aallned a Administratrix of
thee. tat. ol feter aWlchard, late of atontgomery
eouaty, dee'd. MARY KKirHAMU.
Aa Inventory snd appraisement of the es
tate aad property ol aaid UeoaaMil will be aahea
ntsliat.ly, and awatlnu epea lor laapeetloa as til
Jul! l, isoe.
Je7 M. .
Vloclc He pairs.
J. W. SWOPE.
Jeweler, Wt-tch 4 CloeH Tlaker
Haaewptored ft Out elaaa workman te eall at the
reaitieaa axel all wbo deaire raoeka rwpalred pnunfUf
la tbe beet mituer, and ua rwaeunaa.e Uraia.
Ortiere left al tbe atore, bit Ht., atJoinlaff tbe oflle
of vi Vuiw. wilt ifM.t IiiuiOUv. auenUoji.
Two Barrel Pine Applea
IN PRIMS OKDKK, rly4 thi tnorn.
tog. p. a r. kv iHTrC
tax. LUACU ery day, at th "Mausx
auaaa," at U 'Ua. ' Hit