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REMEMBER WljVT YD'J PiAD. NEW STOCKl- :NEVrRTCFSll " GOOD WORK!!! AT No. 110, Main street. N. W. WILSON THANK FIT, rr fi vcr liliernl patronage heretofore extended lo hlra, woillit again call the attention nf the public to his new and complete assortment of Su mmcrHootsand Shoes! Kmnlnvlfir nonn hut tlift best of workman, I am noofUcot (hit I cang t up the best Firriso and bkst made Knots ami Shoes In the city, and I will guarantee sattslaction In nil carp. tU Oive me Trlul I Xt N W. WILoOir, IIS M tin street, 3 dnors south of the Market. N. W w ,1,,, keep. a superior article of FRENCH B I. ACKINU Je30. Cheap Tables 9 MONDAY, JULY 25TH, N. P. DOUGLASS & CO'S S. V.. Cor. Iflnin nnd market Sis. OUR KNTIHE STOCK OF FINE Summer Dress Goods!! BEKAfllirt, '1 ISSUES. UUEXADINE3, c'AMHKIC, nnd UIMANUV MPSL1NSI Very Finn .'HINTED SWISS MUSLINS, INDIA & KOULAKD SILKS, New Styles TRAVELING DHESS ROBES, CHECKED A MOHAIR LUS1RKS, LINEN UANKKtUCHlEFS, Job Lot Rich Embroideries. AU the above gooda will be put down on Cheap Table, and sold without regard to coat. N. P. DOUGLASS CO., . P. Corner of Main and Narket-etrteta, Jy DAYTON, OHIO. GREAT SIM! DAYTON, O., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday. September 6, 7, 8 and 9. A T a meeting of a mimher nf the Citizens Ji or Dayton, st the Phillips House, onthelth lnar., rne R. D HAtlSHMAN, Esq. Or Dayton, w.k appointeo Pueiident, Ann A. JBNNINQ3, Fsq. Of Urbana, Vice Prealdent, of the National Horee Khow Aa.octAtion. A Local Committee will here alter be announced. ie in J. MILTON SUIT H. I ll OH. V. THKESIICR. ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON, OHIO. office ni LEaG"iuitDiwa, In tha roonia foininrly ntirtipled by VaUandlghfcm it McMnhon. lUvlnr ?ft the Clerk'- Office, I will attend prompt" ly to ail buH'tie euiruiteu to me T. P. THKKSHFR. DR. FULLER, Tctrinaru Surfeon UA V IU., OHIO Graduate of the School of Vetrlnary vedlclne Suiger), lio.tun, Maiaachuaetta. IHsensee of Hor.ra aoientlflca ly cieatcd In atablea of owuei. or In h a li.tJimary. mce at air John alieilabcrKer'a tvery Stable, Jcncraon ar.. jut below Tuiro. Infirmary in alley opoua te at end of fijaiket Houae la the of Mr Urice Uihe'a Liery Mub e. july 13 d w 9m Waldeii & Marshall HAVINO tunned a on partnership fur tranaaction of a central Hardware bu.lneas. have puiclia.ed ol Unvid ients liia entire to'k Htrilware &e , and are now prepared to wait Ihelr irlenda nud the public at the old atand, ua Filth etrect A !lteial patronage la respectfully solicited. JJ6 WALllKN fe, MAHSHALXm 2 Vara. I HAVE Rol l nut iiinl trHiialerred to Wnldrn A Marshall my enltlre Inlertat In ths Hardware business I i.sc this occasion to return my thanks my iriemla and the public tor their kind pationags and coulUlelice. Ico.oiall) lecommend meuotesa ura, WmIUco A A'srshnllaa woilhy o the same. in respects, JyJS PAIU ulsU Noticf. THK Publio nr cnuiii ned against purcha sing a note In favor of John H. Jacobs bv k K UK, ol lielphos aald note having be n obtained by a awtudle on the part ol Jacobs, anu la a irauo ma. (jy'bj JOHN K. CO LtNTZ. Stiay Maxe QTRAYEH from tho Sulweriber on Katur lay, July istli, aSOHKEI.L M ARK, rather wnire hair; an the leetwniteup iiit.t vhHS spot in tha foiehead, whl'.e spul on l he lelt hum hip; bow-aeckbout 11 yeara uld A liberal reward will be given for any information by which the owner cau tet her JOIIV LFNEMAN, JvM dw No 4 Tlnrkevest, Da) ton, I'hlo. Cambridge Coal. I WILL deliver the abjvo artiole lo part of the city, at 11 1-2 Cts. Per Bnthfl. Quality warranted superior to any Ohio Coal this .i.a,lii Urdrra lelt 1 1. A. Mlnlck's.cor. Jefferson and t sis , or at Swaiule liouse.wlll meet with attenllun. P. H. CO LB, Ag't. JfJl Hxao tiVAailcas So Haio., 'Jo Div., O V. M., Davtos. o.Jul si, i ties. Spsolal Order, I Thequs'llled electors b longing No (oi"l'"i') S ( a) Ion Light First Heg't . Third hngade, Kecud Division M., are notitlcd to inet t at Iheir Armory on the i.th of AUKiist, IS.--S, sud then aud there to elect one Cap! iiin. one First LicuteuauL Bucoud Lieutenant, one Thl d Lieutenant, tinslgnfui a Id oompauy, lo nil vacancies i a used re.ig at ions. . ky eouimaud of Drlg.Csa. C. L. VALi.asnieHAM. Jit A. HAVMKtt, Jytl-tt rtads HsgOf. .Y. ..tr fid u W r W II 1 VT M VOL, X. DAYTON OHIO, TUESDAY, AUG. 2, 1858, NO -WST M. I.. lilt UAiLV hMinhL OfFlOa OP PlUOTIONl Empire Iii!din,Tbiril,8oitlni4tvC.Iwi Mmti T SX St M Ski Je Mattes. OO per yeerlnaavanca. lo seal. pr WnM . payable to thooarrler. Single .onlM.putup la wrap.re,aoeute. Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Type Foundry Company la oar duly authorised Agent to make eontracta and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions, Ac, in that city. To Bunntss Jlitr. The Empire Job Rooms arein complale trim, and w are now prepared to do work of all descriptions in the best style oftheart. Call in and examine oar work and learn our pricea. IT To ADTsiTiaias. Advertisemsnts or Notices for the Kmpire mast be hsndedinto the office bj lea e'efee on the day they are de sired to be published nf later. We cannot as-ree toinsen them after that hoar. Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to hare advertisements insorted in the Weekly Empirt should hand them in bjr Haturdny morning, at the latest. HHJuOur advertising patrons will peroeivs that, by oar arrangement of reading matter, their advertisement will be always vine a very important matter to them. tT8ee 4th page for Telegraph Reports. ITTwoBhow Oases for Sale, Enquire at P, A. LAFEE'S, Jewelry 8iore. IT The members of the Light Guard will please observe a Notice intended for them, tn another place In to-day's paper. Every man of 'em is expected to be at the Armory to-night. Of course this reasonable expectation will be met. VT Prof Wisssnd his son made to asceo lion in a balloon at St. Louie on Saturday morn lug lat. Thry stsrted oft in handsome style. The Professor's intention waa to reach a eur. rent of air which would take him to Lafayette, la., where he intended re Inflating hia balloon, and si art for the Atlantic coast. Ws have not heard from him since. That Midac A good desl of interest having been manifested by the appreciative with regard to the Medal awarded W. M. Pease, Eq., at the Light Guard Target Shooting the other day we have procured a description of it from Mr. J W. Swope, Jeweler, 3d st , nesr the Post Office which we give our readers. The medal is of silver, and about two inches acroBa the circle. Ononesids and at the verge is s row of gold stars, raised, thirteen in num ber, and of very floe work. The designs inside the circle of stsrs are Wasp; Oostol Arms! Lsnces, Ouns, and Cannon; Drum, Bugle and crossedSworde in the background. The designs on this side are approprlsle, sre finely executed and the effect is excellent. On the other side, and lined across the face in neat lettering is the fullowing : Awarded to Fur the best string of three shots. Annual Target 8honting, D. L. G. July 3Uih 1859. Distance 100 yards. 8ring ins- It is one of the neatest pieces of workman ship we ever ssw, and doea equal credit to Mr. 8wope, who designed and executed it, and t( Mr. Pease who oblaiued it as the award of hia skill with the rifle. and the the rear Tax Natioxai, Hoasi 8aow. For Ihe infor mslion of gentlemen at a distance who do not, we judge, from letters of inquiry directed to us, yet underatsnd quite ss much as they desire about the Dayton National Horse Show, we will ot serve 1st The Fair will commence on the 6th of September and end on the 9th. 2d. It will be held in the vicinity of Dsyton, the grounds being now nearly completed for the Fair. 3d. For all the particulars desired, address L. Mills, Esq., Corresponding ecrela ry, Dayton, Ohio, who will supply horsemen snd others with complete lists, giving them all the information they want. Tux RaiK Last evening the rain came dawn in rrfreahing and plenteous showers. The whole face of nature waa changed at once, and animated nature seemed to join in the general rejoicing. The rain in this meridian was co pious; the parched earth was thoroughly soak ed, and the hopes of the living masses were strengthened for the future o( the sesson and its producls. Ws conversed wilh seversl farmers ia msrket this mo-ning about the rain, tha crops, and hope, Ac , to a in dulged reasonably about the late crops. They agrsed that the rain was pricelts blessing; thst the Iste corn, potstoes, the turnips, besns, pumpkins, buck'best, pas ture, etc , would receive new life, and fresh impetus; and lhat they would doubtless take new start and turn out well wherever the rain visited them I Ws hope their calculstions assy be fully met; as they are baaed upon reaema b!e and philosophical data, ws believe tbey will. the of r'o. o all Kach on IDWe learn lhat a fellow, who resides Warren street, is in ths habit of beating wife aemi occasionally, tearing her clolhea. and driving her out iniothe street at night, while he is under ths effect of bsd whisky Our informants desire lo have it understood, the right plact, thst on a recurrence of conduct they will rryaels the operstor in a which will be calculated to deter him from further amusrroent of the kind. TTThe Picnio to be participated in by sens ef Springfield, Xeuis snd Dsyton, to held somewhere centrsl to Ihe places designa led, does not aa.ro to be in very good odor, we hear nothing farther about it Ths News of 8prinsfield, snd the News of Xenia, responded. B's spoks for the readers of Empire; but our cotemporaries (who seem be sbsnrbed wild ewunty tickets and rsilrosds) have given ths matter no attention. browa any la Mar k prompt 1 ( to Cuaiil) O. V. Satur day, pro ceed ons andons by Pboimix Da.iu Picsio. The Pbcsnix will give a graa d Musical snlerlsii.meut Picnic on Phillips Bill on next Tuesday, inst. It will doubilsssbsooeuf themoslagrse able affairs ever gotten np ia tho Miami ley; and we would be pleased to see our gens generally, snd onr neighbors In the einity, attsnd this rich musical festival. will refer lo the mailer again; and in the lime, we hope our country Mends will conclude to visit us on thst d sy . yxXjvTbe returns from the Kentucky tion are meagre. The opposition concede, however, lhat the Btute baa gone for Democrats, although by a reduced majority We shall be able lo give something near result to-morrow. fjr At lbs snnusl election fur utficert of Gaa Company, held at the Company's ysalsrdsy, the old Board was chosen. IT We give a relict nf 1SS0, in another limn. It was recently dug up, aad sines posed W Ike ail threaten te crumble le ITBruihrr Gsddis, in the Journsl T this morning, questions the temperance principles and practice of "those same sober, pious face-," whose portraits Were given ia the Journsl ons morning last week I His article Is an effort "in the right direction ," and will probably causa a fluttering in the camp. The political esnvaaa is about opening in this county, and Is not Bro. 0. cruel to stir this tempersnes mstter at a time so Inopportune t Be would have felt any thing but complimented, had he hesrd the execrations nf well, no mstter whom. What has the good of the body and soul to do with a political canvass I Ooulnd't the thing be poet' poned until after the close of the campaign, or in any event, could it not be judiciously con fined to those "same, sober, pious faces I" Vi.hm-lh Ws invite vur readers in and oat of the city to call at Vstiers A Brn.'s Carriage Manufactory, 3d St., one door eaat of the Mont gomery House, and examine their nice carriagea, buggiee, spring wagons, etc. They have some extra nice ork on hands nets, bat as it waa made for customers, it won't stay in the shop long. Call at ones and ses what they e do in the line. Being practical and thorough mechanics, and anderatanding every branch from the bottom of the wheels to the tip of the top sud doing ihe principal part of the woik, hey can please tbs public, and sell st fsir pri ces. Ihe nsrrest neing over, tne time to ony ss arrived; and wa would advise our resders not to fsil to give the Waiters Brothers a csll. Puurs Pumaiso Pmm Mr Ogden.who rrceutly established hia shop in tha Nsw Bcckel Building, Jefferson, above 3d at., ia, we are pleased to note, already doing a large bus iness in the line of his profession. He haa on and, aod ready to put up every atyle cf pump fn- well or cistern; force pumps, for every con ceivsble purpose, all kinds of pipe for steam work, distilleries, bsths, sewers, Ac, and un demands exsctly how lo apply them. Ogdca thoroughly understands hia business, and we are gratified to know that he is being well pat ronised. He is just tha man wa have wanted here for years. Call in and take a look at his establishment. UTIl ia a mistake (made two daya after the occasion') about "11 cars pssiing through here on Sunday eveniug." The cara tttrttd from this point. The Superintendent agreed to run a train out from Cincinnati on Sunday evening if 900 "sables" would take passsge, but that number could not be obtained. The colored people of Cincinnati had a penchant for the Clinton County Fair Grounds, the Directors of thst institution having cleverly placed the in atitution st their dispossl. UTThe last we heard from our North West Correspondent, "M.,"he wss at St. Pauls, Wis and waa about to lake hia chaocea in a rickety aieamer for Minneh aha Falls In enmpsny with the Sons, who contemplated the "Feast of the Ten Cardinals." He is a prompt man; and we can account for the failure of hie letters to us in but two waya : The mails failed to convey them, or the writer is sitk. We will hope that Uncle Sam's Agents ate in fault. Wa will probably have something from "M.," in time for next number. ID" Baldwin Is still engaged in making 95 cent Pictures. Tbrse Pictures are warranted to excel any low price Pictureever offend to the Dayton Public. ' No trash or bogus Pictures turned out at my Gallery, but abetter Picture for 95 cents than can be had at other places f ons dollar I am the only Artist engaged i tne business, and give my personal attention to all work entrusted to me. I am confident that I can please both in style, truthfulness and beauiy of finish. I cau be found at all hours of the dsy, from 7 A. M. nntil 6 P. M ITTOur cotemporaries of lbs press in divers directions, who quoted the iumfrom our pa per about the trumpet given to the Indepeni den is by Mr. JeflVre, tbs msker of their ma- chine, for "making tbj best throw on record," will now see whst thst announcement has cost us ! We have concluded to close down on those kind of items beresfier. CTSirange aa it may aound to the initiated, the negro at Xenia, who recently attacked and severely Injured a white man whose cowhsd broken down a racked fence snd got into the negro'a corn patch, was actually arrestsd, tried, snd "committed to jail to await a trialatthr Court of Common Pleas I" The News ssys the negto hsd "ss fsir rxsmiustinn aa would be ac corded to any white man I" Good, Reservoir. He would tike it as a epeoial favor if the aocommodation eould be grant- ed, witnont trouble or expense. tAA fisherman, who baa been on an en cursion once or twioe a year to the Laramie Reservoir flnoe it woe oompleted, and who is thoroughly posted on the weight of biy fish caught there, would be obliged to the Journal if it oould fall a pound or two on the "8 pound base" reoently caught in the on hia at like wsy aoi)S3iqnd si no raisa; -on ix,3i) tupusd spar jo spusuj citl. be aa have the to Band snd 1 Supjoddns pue)ui Asqi asfj 'usojjunjj xaj Ajsauguj joiwjig 'usg 'duuqg amsg jaausstuimo3 aeg ix snuisg jsionsj (, Xenttq easiofj A"nv ''old smmig xit ., 'uo)dmoo U 'ssqQ esAitsioMsjd'U uso8 lnuiVB joisog nitopsptsdn pssjAeiixss tt tstf) psAise qo sq ljt U sHi- s3.j.susuI ITTOur correspondent at Put In-Bay probably been put in the Bay. W make nferenc from th fact lhat at lbs solemn msnt of parti ng from as st th car, b ssid should hrsr from him Tuesdsy morning, if met with no ixeident! ta&.The Montgomery County Teachers' Association, in obedience lo the ellipteyail ing oustom in this latitude, went on a nio excursion to the Grove near Carroltoni this morning. 9,h Val cub vi. We mean elee the I the ihe Office, col sx- pises. ET The weaiher having slightly changed, Davis, 79, Jtfferson st, is prepared for it, has just ths styles of Isdies' aod gaols' g altera, slippers, SIC, for the sesson. Ha bss now full sssortmsnt to choose from, and nicer better work never waa made her. tTAa acquaiuiauc of ours, whs resides ih ciiy, hsd s fin peach Ire broken down th storm last evening, and lost about S bushels of peaches by the essualty ITTbeWool Growers 0onv.nUoa meets Cleveland on Tharadsy of this wsek, 4th Ampl preparations havs bees made forth accommodation ol tho- who attsnd. ML Th baa fisbarmaa ar oxoited in s-ard to th rivr. The olaim that the baa been th. mean, of improving tbeir ai least iu per oena. U" The Reporters seesa t hav avoitUd varioua "eolored" gatherings yesterday. kesu thing ftooa the " XaisM I satioa isu.w, ITT The Journal of this morning publishes a ' cau ' of the Republican Central Commit tee of thia County, requesting the "Republl cans and sfAers"lo meet snd choose fiss Repub licans to Ihe Convention to be holden in this City, on Ssiurdsy, Aug. 90th, to make a drai ticket, to be buried by the Democrats of this County as they surely will on lhe9d Tues- sy of October next. Although it is none of our businees, we would like lo know why the Republicsn Com mittee should go the Journal office with their call for a Rrpvblktn Convention ! Tbey eet-m to hsve forgotten tl.at our neighbor down by the Public Square rejoiceth in calling his Gs soils a lies Republican paper ; aod in fact ws are wilting to admit that the Gaselle Is Reiub licsn all over ; a regular Oberlin Institution; yet it eeems not to be in good odor with the tRrfublimn Oentrsi Committee in this Osunty. The call may not be to the taste of this lies pspsr, for it is addrteted to "Repub licana and slAcrs." Bro. Denny may not be skilled in this special mode of wsrfsre, and it ia thought beat for him to manage tho RrpupU cans, while the Journal will tsks charge of mndtthtri." As this latter class "swesr terris bly," and are ssid to be the very d I lo manage," while the former are satined wrh any sort of treatment, it waa donbleaa thought bet ter policy to let the "call" first appear in the organ of the "olhcnl" Brother Denny and the fins Republicans csn be smoothed over very easily ; for it would look foolish fur them to makes fuaa about a matter ao trifling! It can't be possibls-(csn it?) that tha Commit tee have sought this occasion to recognise the Journsl as the orgsa ef the opposition in this Oouuly, and snub the Gssetta I But that is not onr concern, Wa will put a ticket on the trsck which will put a quisles to the opposition for some years te come. tTThe answer to our inquiry "csn esrpet- ing snd olher goods be bought cheaper in Xenia thsn in Dsyton 1" is not satisfaciory, but ia ust whsl we expected when we made the in quiry of our friend of lhe"News." We cannot tell now why we asked, unless it was the curt osily we had to see wheiher the "News" would repeat the ludicrous sssertion. Indeed it is so plainly a pleasantry that we will treat it as such, and allow our colemporary to roll the sweet morsel under his tongue without so much ss aiiking "what's ths matter wilh your facet' In the abaeuce of any thing reasonable on the subject of our inquiry, we hsve the gralifl estion of being assured lhat our Re publicsu colemporary of ihe Xenia Torchlight is not au Oyster I Heia, then, only a clam I Our "feel iuks is ssftened." iy Young Wise, who recently had a lit. tie "sffair of honor" with W. II. Aylett, of the Riohmond Examiner, is about as inoom prehensible a human aa bis father, the in exhaustible lettei writer. When on the "ground,'' the first shot fell to the luck of Aylett, who direoted hie fire at Wise, but dil not hit himf whereupon the latter turned away from hie adversary and fired into the air. Aylett' s second then refused to let bis priuoipal proceed further with the affair, aod Aylett himself sent to Wise a message asking that bygones be br gonea, end! that they resume tbeir furmer friendly relatione O. J. W. refused to a(;ree to this, and asked that they meet thereafter as strangers. Wise ie a very strange mortal, and paesetb the comprehension of the unwashed. BjarThe Meo-a-eheek Press eays that should the Fugitive tilave question ever come before Judge Obolson properly, (that is, if he were elected,) "he would deoidtt portions of it unconstitutional, and would liberate fugitives held under it I" liow does he know Uholson would do it? Again be says: ''lie (Obolson) is cool, oleur.heade'J and coura- I geous. lie is not afraid.' Why don't be then answer the inquiries addressed to him by friends and opponents? Not afraid! Bab, Mr. Mao. a cheek; aro you not ashamed to mtke that plea for the creature you have set up far the Supreme Bench, who is now shiveriog miserably in mid. summer! Kuh we say; buhl a.Tbe Gazette of yesterday morning saye that we will not believe the abolition editors who are trumping up baby talk about Hanney, while we give credenoe to at pro- slavery paper for statements made about Judge Gbolson; and adds that "it ia a poor rule lhat won't work both ways.'' There this difference, neighbor, that the Memphis paper ie corroborated by the son of Judge U who is oertaioly not an enemy to his father; while your negro loving, fanuticsJt sheets np in Cheesedom have not even the consent (,hnI- to hia name in the connection UaT thejT iiaTe you? y, hat j, Jdge G.'e position on the negro question, any how? Ask hi in. O Ths rumor ihallteid.of ibeXeuia News waa chairman of the committee on toasts, at Emancipation Celebration on the C.inlouOoou ty Fair Grounds, on Monday lasi.iscontrsdic td. Of course, theu, it is nut true thst he gsve the following sentiment on the occasion : The Ladies Clear aa the auo, fair ss ss I moou, snd terrible aa au army with banners IT If sny ons is inclined to doubt the ben .;..,,- r.h. ,.; f ..t nuahl.lelhim haalread the following, which ws clip irom tne th salts of this morning : we b -If Douirlss comss here, we hop thst coin will be sent on his trail, in every encoun ter the had iu Illinois. Donglss wss a 'used I up msu.' " Th grass wss green, this morning I For the Empire. Fall Election-Announcement. and s aod En. Farias: As th time is near at when ih Democracy cf thia county will called upon lo choose their candidates, lo the different ottires, permit me to suggest nsuie of II. Elliott, Esq., of Tayton, aa a suitable person to represent this county in nsxt Legislature of Ohio. Mr. Elliott ia a man aud an unwavering Democrat, and elected would mak "Old Montgomery" of whom ah might well RANK & FILE. Torus Ota Lisas, Ouaan or MosrooHSST Co. J You who have fought, bled aod Bssled, in opposition to th odious autii Republican ia nuuani (kw(l M ,h, Missouri Oompromiae.) ioaL ,oW ,,,,,, i. danger that that diabolical iclm beis.lorvd, giving up forever, more 0, half of o..r eouolry to th curs, of re- slsvery., Tou ar. therefor, rcqetd lo rain out a mss lo your next regular kneeling -'" 3th ' 'J RANK & FILE. A NO. ONE. JULY 1.1850. W t , . IT Brandenburg will probably bar a f BlaKkbemiM U ssorrow. For the Empire. Awarding of Prizes. I noticed in one of our dsilies thst there ia e prise of a silver cornet to be swsrded to ths heat brsaa bst.d or the ons thst can do ths moat skillful playing at the Home. Show to be I'el.l in Day ton in September; snd I also noticed that the judges sre to he chosen from smong the la dies vn decide on the merits of the music j but I think that this is a novel idea, not that I havs an aversion lo Isdies or sny oljeetionaln their doing soythlng thst they are qualified lo do, but it seems solf evident to me that men who hare been performers in bands or music teschera should he the jndfea in this metier, forevsn men unleaa ihvy sre thorougn muai cisns are lint able to decide in ibis csae. As for mjse'.f I should like very much too see ihe Isdies honored so much, but 1 fesr it would I like anuoiulins' a set of men lo examine the work ii a bonnet. Therefore I would suinreet that musiciana or music tescber be the jurliroi. A MUSICIAN. EniToa Esiries : I sea by your isausof the 99. h met., ill hi a curreapondcnl over the signs lure of "Steeple' suit peraista in . saying thst the Oregons made ths best plsy at the Ohurch Steeple, "lhat the Independents stream fell short of the wood work part about as far (estimated at aix leei) as the hiiilii-al oreg siresm went shoes it ; and lhat the steeple is only 193 feet lush, Ac." Now it is admitted by every unprejudiced mind, thst ths Indepen dents' stream went clear over the spire ; a aev eral Deraons will sflirm, who sere at..nding on the opposite side of Ihe steeple. Now it the stream did not go over, it could not hsve been observed from thsi point ; and 1 think every one will sirree with rue, that sn uonervsuun ttom that side would be aa good, to. say lh least ol it, aa Irom any other point. t is hardly necessary lo go into a diacusainn about the height of the aierplr. It la woll known that it was never eatimaied below SOU feet, and if your corruapondeut will take the trouble to enquire of the builders sud thoae lhat were concerned in the ejection of the church, be will find thst his statement wsa in correct. But I think it is cruel upon Ihe psrtnl Ids Independents to hsve such a "fancilul iuscnp tiou on a fireman's hum, presnlcd to Mu m for the best throw on record IfllO feet high through SIM leetnf hose. If iiwss in the Hun oessaa tub to make a similar throw 1 hsve no doubt but her builder wuuid be tqual.y sa gcu ernue It is sdmiiled by "S.eeple" that the Independents plsyed through SOU feet of hose snd thst Uiey knew jual what they were a go ing to du waeu they went mere; oi courai-ini-y did. They went there lo throw over the sleep le, and they did it ; for which they were pre seoted wuh a silver horn with lhat "landfill inacriptioo on it. 1 think it does not require a very uice cm culsliuu to deiermiue ("considering sll the circuiuatancea,') which made the beat throw, admitting the streams were equal in neignr, the Uictfuns playing inruugu tu leeioi uose, supplied by the Deluge, with 1UU uien or more on lh Drakes, or tne luaepenuema piayiug through 5uU leriof hose, with 54 men 1 uuderataud lht there is a new tire engine beine built in thia cttv. bv ooo of our inve niuua mechanics, which wheu brushed will successfully compete wuh Oreguua in throwing water. hoiiEuuial or nernehdicular. The di menaioos as lulluws : U..x V I if feel ; brakes U3; cylinders 3 8; cau be woiked by U4 uuu When completed It la ine lineuuon ui uieuuuo er to iuvite the Oregons lo s friendly trial st lite steeple, or supply lueui it tney aeire it, o thst they uisy prove the position they hsvu la "PIZEN' Attention !Light Guard! You S'e hereby notified to meet at your armory on ihia Tueadsy evening, Aug 2d, S o'clock precisely, it beiug the regular monthly meeting for ihe payment of dues. As very importsnl business will be brouuhl before the company, every member is earnestly requested te be present. order of the Company : Attention !Light Guard! E. D. KIEFER, Sec'y. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Phoenix Band P.c-i.ic, AMD llusical Festival ! ! PHILLIPS HILL, OS TUESDAY, AUGTJoT 9TH, 1859. is nf HE PnnCXIX BRASS BAND AND STRING HA.NO will give an enter slument as above, for the BENEFIT OF THE BAND! When we hope t. receive the earnest support of the Cliiaena of uayton. Ao ualua will be auared to render It a pleasant meeting to our Irienua. ureat oars will be takeu to exclude Improper charactera Irom Ihe ground, rlrat-class Aluslc, Sraasanu ntrlng, will be given. CAIN'S B UAUoUAl.tt. and the Omnihuieswtll run io the ground throughout the day, tor lu cunts tare. TICKETS, admitting a gentleman and twoladlea, SOCTS. Family Tlca.uta,el,oo; to be obtained irom nuuubeA of tba sand, and at crnehy'a Aiuaic Store. K. r.uw., l T. J. HULRIGLK, JOHN WAckt.H, Com. of Arrangem'la. L. v. H. cKo.uy, U. U. llUHHUWs, J sugS-lt (Journal and Gazette copy.) the th' I ua Line hand fill Hie being lb good if a Iw 25 CENTS Until Further Notice EMXE COI.UUKI) MELA1NOTVPES, IS r innloecasea,atstCbMS. Flue tolortd Mflainoljpps, IN NICE CASES, At 83 ENTI MTHoums on 3d it, north side, 3d door east ol ilrttn. 1 1" I ean be found at all hours of ths day, 7 A. ai. ami . r. m. IttOS A DAV. CALL SOON. sugt-tf NOTICE TS herebr civen thru a petition will be pre ! aental to tho Commtaeuwera of M on t(t ornery county, at their September aeaalnu, praying lor eat ft hi la hi tig of a County Hoad, beginning at or theaection line, two ml lea aouth 01 Centrevllle, He t') isih aauu ass sailWU a UI l I'ikbh nuai i , it saw Ingtou iownthli, la aald couuly, aad to run ea from aald point on or near tha aejtion line to Csmntrsjtvlile ajid Wavueavl lo road, runnlncoothe aouth along the lloea ol the land ol alra. Ana Mur phy.John H. Kooeria, kobert Siara and John aearsi and on tha nortu along tha linea of tha of J. A. Watkma, Thomaa lilflf Id, John 4, Hob-art John a, Wllaou and rh Amleron, the aiatance from the atarting to the point of tetmination about two Bil lea. IhUMAI HAl r le-LUi isgw-sKid-dsW4wtt and others. Vol ice, ALL concerned will take notice, that at meatins of ths Besvertowa. Indian Ripple held Jul) au, su uer oent . or dollars on oacD, .bars of aiook h.ld by Hi. orislual stock -holders, for the nurpwaa ol payiad tha d-bts ol aald company saiu aaaeMoaenia are to ue Aenia lorunise noau lob as., a tas o- aaaesaasMit warn mad of so per oent , or 1 1 three equal Inatalmenla, avary nln.ty day. inie Hate, 10 aonaiuaa aiuiaoian, rraauier 01 Company. A ua ust s, teoe. C A. KKRSli.NCB, Preat. Petes Pbuoh, Sec'y. augs-lf than aegro turn lo LEMON'S. 25 boxes French Lemons, prtats order, Just received. suit si- at r. St. eiicil- Choice Groceries. 5HI1DH. Choio N. O 8ugar, a barrels Leverlng's Crushed and Oranutatsd Sugar, t baas elaa Klo CotTe. Abaxrela beat N. t). Molasses, snd Su doisn Shaaer aroorns , reoeited aen tor sale ny " ru.ui , .a r JulyM Eaat Second St.. 4 door, from Mala. Ohio O IV is Csae. Ohio Claret, I baeaela Kiu Hautslck, 1 do Am nor, hbis. geotuoky Bourboa Whisky, t " Ot y Whlaky, Jaat nsssvsA. . Is f, M. SHt'U- If; lt IMPORTED Cik-ars, lUitMIVI lit.rrrio rmneatle do to Ortiea Ant'nrenn's Solace T,Meco, 6 do c;ioilwlna t-reMi'd do a do Jonnt'ornlahA Uo'a Gem Tohaeeo, And a variety of l'a eniliah 'I wlftt. Jmt received. n.i r, . mi i.u Peaches. CH, RIPK AND I.0SUOU8, KIU"fH from thn (Vehard, In Warren county, every nine durlna the a- anon, In u-acone For aale, whole.a'e and letall, In Antr quantity, At the Asrl cnltiiral Warehnuae, en ad alreet, nt ef the Post OfllMS lJ'l StWUNUU" Gtape Vines. Til li Subscriber hs on hand, and in the best condition, 16.000 fatnwba tirajte Vine Roota, two v arsohl. which ha will sell lor S to per Hon. ALSO louoou do , which hewlllseil lories per toon. He Invites fruit aaenta and oinrrs to give mm s ell F. St-'Ht'TI K, Nr the i unatio Asylum, on the U-avertxwn Road .iyWMMwIf Wanted I IN thn flotirishinu villapa of Honors, situate VS miles west of inton, on ths D. W. B R., a good ( hair Maker, Harness Msker, ' inner, Shoe maker, Tailor and physlotan. Uood proiertf ean be bought on rea.onahleteims. and tne town is srow ins rnpiury, anu ia anrrounocu by a ruin agricultural region. Apn y lo 4 nanai-r, or J. Miller, Ninora, or 1). Ctaik, Knipite otttce, Dayton. jyS-tf Fresh Meat Every Day. ur.oituriHi:sTow. Daily Meat and Provision 5th itreet, 3 doors at of Brown ttrtit, DAYTON, O., KEEPS constantly on hand Fresh Ments ol every alnd. Butter, Kara, and Vegetablea, In season. Produce ol all descriptions obtalrable san be had at his store. J-Ashe,loeUHown butchering, the Public can rely on procuring Fresh feat cvsav Moaniso du ring the week. Hedeaires the people to know that on t'ONHAy morning they ca procure meat slaught ered during tha iirarluua nbjht. Thry Will le bear thia in mlnu. Thankful fr paet pa'rnnage., he solicits s contin uance ol public lavor, deleruaueo w neserteix. Hememliei othatreet, Sdoora Irom alrowaatreet. Ja-iyd FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN! Of wii ty I O of F Saddlery, Harness &Trunk MANUFACTORY! CREW & WARFORD, HECKEIAS NKW lil'ILDIXG, Jeffetaoo at., between Second and Third. SHIM OFTHUItlUSADOLK, DAYTON, OHIO, A RK NOW BKTTKKl'UKPAKIiD l llA.S AA they ever were to manufacture sver thlngttilh daddle, Harness, Trunk, Valise, and Curpei iiug L.ine They also have Ihese artlclea, of tho heat quallt of atock and workHianship alwa. s on hnnu, and lu, aale at the loweat caali rnies Huras Ulauketa, llunalo Robca, Whips, Bits, Crushes, Ac, always fur sale. I S- Having aecured In addition to their first- class foroe, the services of a workman who has not yet been excelled lu the Hnrld. and whost work has takcu the premium at the "Wotnt' Salt," they liiviieentieSMa who desiis the fit t-si work to call and exaruiue specimens, anu onier woi k Using practical worsmcn, engaged in the buslni si lor a uumoer 01 )ears, anu aavit,g ins neaiwoia men aid the best atock to be hau, they dely ceuips titlun, and Invite comparison ol woik. RbPaVIUlNUOF ALL KINDS, Done In the best maaner, and at the lowest rates. Tney invite the people Irom city and country tt. givetnem a can. j)?su Plumber and Steam Fitter, No. 03 Jkfeubuk stbket, adovp Tniur, OA.TTON, OEI9. Pumps, Baths, Water Closets and Wush-btauda, . . Fixed mnd Repaired, mid en Me tkortft notice, na mo$t remaonmble 'trnu AL90 A laree quantity of Lift and For;e Pumna, Wen aod Clatern rumiiaotevery dacrlitlm,whlch ara warranted not to Ireeze ui In wtuter biaet Cocke ol all klnda.eucli aa W nth-Ma ad, Beer. Wa ter and steam fJocua. Together with aU kinda ol PluniUera' Braa Work. All kmdaot Hatha wade aod repaired. IfapMJaah paid lor Lead and Pewt3r."ldt Jyw-lw LOST, ON yesterday, a note mode by O. R. 8hef pard, payable to my order In slaty daya, st a bank in Mtddletown, jy 0 Amount a if no. J. N. HKNDEnsON. LEMSriS. LEMONS I KOXlCo Prime French LeraoD.t! lo BoKa Lame, Sweet Oratireal To ret her with a aupply of Une cnndlea. Drops. niits, ate., jua roceiveu, anu warrantee, nnt-rutt . BHAjN DEN bUKU 1- CO., J 29-1 wd No. 8ot Third atreet. 50 ! Notice lo ltillc Builder. OKA LEI) Proposals will bo received at the t7 ornceof the Auditor of Montgomery county, o., in Dnvton, until Monday tht 'JSthday of Aiufust. A It., lioa, lor ineerecriou 01 a singia iraca coveren hridge, (with two atone abutmeuta andone stone pier,) across Stillwater River, near I mbaugh's ill. ri.u miiu n:ii,t-n, av.t. vau iw mm .1 III. aaid otfloe, on and after the tlrai day of August neat, Bi uruerui (u. couuiy i-oniniii:ucr.. DANlnL II. OKVIIK.N. j.37-dAwtt Auditor. the near on n- the P. land a, 'aing Nutlet? to Stockholders. Office or the Da io 4 Webtebj R. R '..( Dav Ton, July with, leftft. UOTICK ia herehv tivni tlmt the An L 1 nual Meetine ol the stockholdera of thia Com- oanv. for the election of Dlrectora arui trnnaaeiion of other buatneae, wt I ts held ui the oiliaa ol the coiuiihov in iMvton.on VeUoeaaa. ihe aut uay Augual nex.tociween ih uoura oi m aiu a wucs, P. W- JyU7-dfcwtk W. F- iUOt-tiETT, ,y A 88X0 NEB'S NOTICE. T A 1. W. HCIIAKKKEU hare ?aod i to me all their projerty andefleetafortheben rtt of their creditors. Peraona havli g clmo i anat theu are Dotlrtetl to ureaent them to the uudrraiisnesjt oroiwrly proven, within three a-onthe from thia date. THOMAS 8( HAFKkH, Aatwnee. July 36. w WENDELIN WOLF, Wholesale snd Retail itlOVFACTl'HElt & DUALKli "HATS" AND "CAPS i" R0. 45 JKFFESSOK ITXIET, Sirie, belveen Second and Third, DAYTON, OBIO. a and Hut, Un paiu ten trt.aa aaju in re-All ordera will be thaaaftilly received and promptly attended to. fcbe-lyd S. H. THOMAS WISHES it distinctly understood that he ia prepared st sll flats to do sU kinds of Carpenter and Job Work. usrMr shop la on St. t'lalr .tract, I dorr south Ihlrdat. JJ1 5 HACK. d African jysl 'ca Nuts just arrived. D. a P. B. SHUIL .V. IHIXK.-- Lemons, in prime order, just CfJ reoeved. Jyl P. A P. B. (MULL. . Ij. llVfs91l PEEl'ri, in cuimeetion with his supply mm. nfwiri aianuiaciurer a axriciea. a larae aaa full saanrtflient of India Huboer belting, Packinf racklOR Moae, o. ta ouli eapoetally oall in. atten tion 01 Mil era. Manulaeturara an.1 Macnialata aiy stock of Balttus. wnieh la ofty pr oeol encapee than any other kind ot Belling (or liow.r aad dm- bilitv Has alM n head Laiaf Leathsr, Belt Hooka, Warps, Machine c arda, surd.,Ae. 3J3 8BCOD MX , UATTOK. spr 7-lyw 11 ROT HER JONATHAN, for the of "4th" A- July lrx lot just rsoMvad. iaM d. a r. a mcu. pnnDDD uuuimi b w Bst.VIOTORI, C0HSA0 President. Her. . W. CO RAO Vice President. Miss B. P. BftkCHKH, Presiding Prlaep'l. TEACHERS Mrs. II. I). Cnxiua, Miss II. IMTHokxp, Miss Eirnaa tnsjauri, .Mrs. K. Binna, Mia M. M I'atss, Miss M L. Ostoh, Misa CLaka Hocus, Kef, lira max Hum hard, Mods. J. IlaaTHoi.mr. The Fall Session thia known Remlnar for Ymrvtj latitat, eomoirnneon imoknuay ii.enr;ut nriiem brr nsKt, n floiito mi the Mivanift 9 " Inetl tution of the htgheit((r(le (it the Iniitl The lertil li complete In sll tie 1 epartmente f Lltrfltur( c.nte and Art The eoune of Inktn oti( n nitia ts ever thing tnat ean t e .fudteioti ly lnem ei, tm tnorouRn, practical ami accon iiihu acucaiii n r yiiunK may p or iaia ognee anu inrotinattoi. ap- ly to me Preal rot. r-3l(lAtW LDGIL NOTICf. Superior Court of Montgomry County, Montgomarj Couniy Chlo, Reuben Belie, Mary F. Sllllman, Samuel H. Turrlll t llli dtd on CAMUEL II. TURRILU of Cliicaw nol, will tke notiee thrtt Rc1ie Ball' inly is, ih is, ft e hia petition la rht Sunerlor Court Montgon er county, Ohio, aralist said MAty F. Htlllman, and said Hamuel H liirt I, aettlng lortii that aald Iteulien Halle la the oh nr ol a juogment against said Slar- F. Stll saan for svrt.to, int.rrat and r-iata, originally nhtalned heh.re Ksq. Butter Held, Oulrcaud A Hurran, that In tacs, said Mary F. Hlillman was Indebted tn said batle, and that In June last he nhtalned a lodgment against aald Mary Sllllman thereon for tlrouo, lulrr at and emta, that .Mary F htlllman, has no property atihiect to execution, that aald stlllman baa an eiultaile In terest In lots No. lee ibh7 and IrWH, on Ihe revised plat of theo.tyof liajlon, (Ihlo, having furnished thepurohaae money, where the name were bid ntl'at aster C ommissioners Nle, by said Turrlll, and that said Turrlll hnlda the legal title totheuitne, In iraudof her oredltora, and of this plaintirt 1 and praying that aalo lots may heaohl, ann the proreed4 atiotieil in ptyment ol the af..ieaald juilginenis, In terest .ml uo-ia. The said Samuel H. Turrlll la no- tlSed lhat he Is reiulred to appear ami answer said le1ktlou,nn or belore the third Saturday alter the sinnayoi Kenemrer next. July IX, iv.s. RKUBEN BAILE, by Tnoa. F. Tmlistn, Atfy. J3S dJIAwSw ARACHMBHI, OTIilMIKN I) JONtttvs F. W. Smith Ri Ofore Jamra Turn, r. . I. P.. of liavton Towaahin. Montgo. cry eruoty, Ohio. -n thefaih dav ol June, a i. tsas. aald Justice Issued an order of attachment In the above action for the sum ol a,T,A. Set for hearing Augnat olh, - 10. Ilaytnn, Jul) nth, IMS, Jj ISdtwwIW Ji)S WMsSR. whoianotftreeiftntufOhio,, j will tae notice, that Joeliua Phelao and ( hnr- t r. i'tvit. ir.tliieirisi P eUiiA Davl-.on thehth of Mart-h. itvs, fliett ttialr pettthoD In t e8uiiet.br rt m .luniKuuipry eoiint) , 0.,n(raiint the l)eieml- ' ant. elmnilnir a jintirnient lor U,2, with lnteiewt ua the aQio Irom the 6th ol ftinrch, leoo. nn an -oouut, a tl ipttiiiif furth tlmt the iniil IrefensJnnl ta , ' iioia rfiiuffii ol unto, MnaattkinK that the pruperty . . ot the lf leutinnt mn l atterheth that a rlt 01 nttm htiient haa beeii nlhrnet and It lied. The Vn ' ft nd tuit ia ivi(uirro tu aiiuer taltl petition on or t ty. ' JUHN HOfVKl, July o, P-ft9. AM'y.lnr Cl'Ut.' ' MUy l-liH W . .." "-S.1 ' ' Administrator' !it4Vf. X NOTICK in harehy iven that Ihe nndVr- igneci baa thia da hesso appoiitfWl Attmlnl- -t rut or on the cetatp ot IMnrgnret l:eichec, lhtsj-i iiontanmrry count... iHe'il. -i,', JKivcHlrlY Police. VTOTICK ia hcrelty nit'co thut the uudpT i. tignotl ha thia day I'een flppotpte! KxecutriK of the liet will ami tfisUan'ut ol John Heuty 4 U.flcke, ateol eiuiitgotnery count) , rteeM. OiTHAHlNfe, HK1NCK1:, hut1-3mi7 KxocnrHjt. PROBATA COURT. AtT()UNTa nnd Vouchers filed ty Execii- ! curort mil (.unfftlana. to thia date, ere all eon i.uueii (or aettli'ment until the aesinO iMonuayol ), Aufuit, A. L. lbbt, and aio aa to Iowa, to nit: .laroh Rhoail, Charlea 9. Devlne, j; Ocorge r'tirott, John Oiibrr, " (Jeorjre t'mhaiigh. f Afimmi'(rutor nf V Etlaleth Brenner, John leea, i A O J.iadalpj. Wrren atabrroW, Geone AieftlMks an uel ?rTKt fv nrlum Kindle. V llltatu Haiti, 1'ntrirkCaah. Chnileb Mi-ilti, Ucjetiuin Phtllvbauui. timurdia vt Peter Authony'a heira, Cethmlne Noidjke, .t lam Dieiru-he'a hrira beer Re Leeiter'a heir a, in. Mtnnriu' l.eira, IVm. WrIImc a he i re, Win. J?arrott a hen a, D:4v!a Or k fimni,k. V cp ley Aioocey'i helia, Vruatmnn'a heirt, Frabk LehnioD minor m. nnd Juhn Hood, Mnev. J. U. PA000TT. Pi-fhate Jude. RICKEY'S Broadcast Seed Sower. PRICE, Only 510,00 WEIGHT, Five Pounds. , Ynsnaa.ir's-T-'' a- -a - . J&f:. of f UI.-9 A&AL11INE IS WELL ADAl'TED X to aowlmt a.l kli t'iof Grain and boeos. It aowa more lentuUrly thaa oto ioatb. bvunne by biil or any other laaehlue mt lnve4itst. It U iertccll aim pie Intra conatructlou and uot Mabeugtout , of order, it la taeil, understood; does awi. with tha hard niauuiil lntxir ol sou iitc train. doluir the aniue amount of letter In two bouia tl.at ran l- dene in one i)a h the ortltnary uvrtliod ol luMiis- liie ae'd la etjually Uiatrtt utt-tl Mid lhtre la n t suite ground. It Hill sow the tniitm (.raina a&.l .'iU aa tolluwa: V ht , (t at a lound, I Oate pin fret at a nwiml, t HeaipM bU ft. " H O Svd ((.' limoiiiaJU 14 J IUxnm m it. 41 Clover tm It at a round. Other Grain- and Seeds tn prttportifii. 1 anuex me loiiowing oerincaiei -e, ineuu ' dereigued, have examined Ruke . 'i Bruivlcaat tstteii Sower, patented March ifth, I0M, and owned by W. H. Loa e. We rtui '.t cheap, light sad of areat pratj- tleal utility, aud take pltaur iu recotu meaaiiig it to the HftTKulturai public.' ' J. Patteraon. IKnry Morse, Henry ahUdeler, ChrUtiaa KohrrrJobn Hla, ifavia Heck, W H. p. lienuy i Ja Cobtrntz, C. 11. Spioulng, Amos li viu, R. G. Corwiu, J. T. pug ei. i" hamuel Miai.k. I own tha tlht of the counties of Montgomery, utter, Warrca, Greene aiiu Claiktand Townabip Mighta for aaia on good tttni. Addreaathe undeiaigneo. tMschlnee are mi.u factored snd can be bad at David Cariol a, Mtuu stieet, teuton j)14 V. B. LOWE. Fruit, Fruit, Fruit! JCST received at mr estahliahmeot, 2d street, a d or west of Jefferson, 10,000 Frull (oml Of liverpool Warn, decidedly the best ean for put ting up trul. in the world. Ihese tans will b sup piiodwith an t: AIR-TIGHT TDI'. Which Is the aaoet aomplet Investion nf the klsd knows, aad will eaoliele ever particle of air i'h- ae cane will h-- Mdd lower thaa goou cans cau be purchaaed elM-where. Person, deorlns ta put up fruit warranted to keep, should can at ouce- J. 1. BOVKK, jiS-iwd d t.,l doors wst of Jrfferaos. of to star Clothing store!!. WM. WALKE, IJ-Ons door west of Beckers Bsak,.f DAYTO.M, .... OHIO. 'VtiH UND11SIONF.D KEKP8 0N BAND A arerylarsa atock of Ready-made Clothlnc and Cots Furnlsntoe Gooda.eossprlsiue every stlaauu variety, t htldrea'aCioUuna oi ail alses, whieb will be sold at th LOW B ST RATES. Aspl.adldasaortm.nl of Cioia, satia, Caahsssr.' as.,keptoo hand, aadc'iotaloa aadetoorder,cnM.- a.oMbUy aad promptly. ; hi ' Wst. WALSgB. ' C'UfSSt I JySI lor AutjUai. p. r. a mvn.