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liNO REMEMBER WHJT'YCU READ. NEW STOCK. NE .7 PRICES II . . GOOD WORK II I i AT No. 110, Main street. N. W. WILSON Tn ANKKUL fiir the tort llWul patronage heretofore extended to him, would again oall Ihnilfniion or thcpuhlletohta new ana oomplet assortment or Summcrl.ootsand Shoes! Rmploylnr none hut the hut of workmen, t urn oonfldent that loan gut up the BEST FITTING AND BEST MADE Boots and shoes In tho city, and I will guarantee eatlslactlon ln all cases. iT Olve ma a Trial I r N W VVCLttON, US Mtln stroel, doors louth of the Market. N. W. W also keeps a superior artloleof FRKNCH B LACKING Jesl). Cheap Tables 9 MONDAY, JULY 25TH, N. P. DOUGLASS & CO'S J. I'. Cor. Kin in it net Jtlnrkct Sta; OUR KNTlItK STOCK OP FIXE Summer Dress Goods!! BF.KAC1E3, TISNUKS, GliENADINTCfl, L'AMISltlC, and OKUANDY MUSLINS! Very Fino PKINTRI) SWISS WUSLINH, INDIA & I'OULAUD HILKS, X, Style TRAVELING DRESS BBKS, CHECKED A MOIJAIH cUSTKES, LINEN llANKKKUCiilKK.4, Job Lot Rich Embroideries. All the ahovo Kf" wl" i,c Put down oa Cheap Table, anil .old w''"" regard to cost. V. P. DOUGLASS A CO., f. K. Corner of Main and Market-streets, JV DAYTON, OHIO. GREAT DAYTON, O., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. September 6, 7, 8 and 9. AT a meoting of a number of the Citizens of Dayton, at the rhllllns Houie, on the tth lnit.,tha R. D. HARSHMAN, Eq. Or Dayton, was appointed Piiesident, and A. JENNINGS, Eq. Of Urhana, Vice President, or the National Horae Nhnw Association. A Local Committee will here after he announced. jelO J. MILTON SMITH. THO. r. TIIHESIIEK. attorney at law, JDAYTON, OHIO. OFFICE IN CLBOd'a i BTJILDINO, In the rooms formerly occupied by Vallandlgluim it MeMahon. Havlnr left the Clerk'. Office, I will attend prompt jr ii, mi uiininn.. uuiru.ien (O nie. Jy36-lwdA3n.w T. K. THKKSHER. DR. FULLER. ctrinarfj Surgeon DAYTON, OHIO Graduata of the School or Vetrlnary Medlolns snd Surgery, uontou, Maa.achueetta. m.eaiea or Horace aolentirloa ly tieatcd In the atahlea of ownera or in hn lnllrniary. otllce at Mr. John tihollnberger'a i tvery StaMe, Jettemon at.. Jtiat below Third. Inflrmary In the alley oppo.ite -at eud or Market House. In the rear of Mr- Brice Uille'a Livery btabie. July 13 d.w Sin Waldcn & Marshall HAVING formed a co partnership for the tranaaetlon of a general Hardware tmalneee, have puieha.ed ol tlnvld elentl hi. entire .lock of Hitntware Ao , ami are now prepired to wait upon their irleuili and the public at the old atand.No. itu Huh .liret ' A liberal patronage I. re.pectfuIlT aollelted. J.1 WALUKN k. MAH3HALI III AVE anlii irnli rreii toWalden 4 H,r.t ... my euilire inlere.t In the Hardware buiine 1 uae ilileocoAiiluu to return my thanka o ,j .nemli and the public lor their kind patiouair ltd conlldence. Icoiilially lecooiuiend my auoieaa ore, Wiilden a MaiKliallaa worthy o the .ame, in all reieoH. J,' aft IMMD HLhMZ. Notice. HIIE Puhlio era oautioned against purcha- line a note In favor of John R- Jaoohe by Keen kauBtoi tieliihoa. aiiiil note havlnt be n obtained by a awludlc on the part ol Jacob., and la a fraud on rue. (JywtJ JOHN H. CO LBN Ii. Stray Mare. STRAYED from the Subeeriber on Satur day, July nth, a 8()R HKI.L MA HE, rather brown eolor, mined with white h.ir.i all the ret white up to the piiatrrn Joint. Hhlte ."t In the forehead, anl a while spot un the Jelt Ulnd nip: bow-OMkUout tl yeara old. A liberal reward will be given Tor any Information by which the owuer can ftet hvr. JOIIH LKNKMAN, Jyaa-dsw No. Buckeye at., Ua ton. Ohio. Cambridge Coal. I WILL deliver the above artiole to any partof theelty, at 11 1.2 Cts. Per Bu.hr 1. Quality warranted superior to any Ohio Coal In tbli maikat. Orderalelt -t J. V. Mlntck'e,cor. Jefferaon and Mar k t aie., or at Swayule Huuae,wlll meet with prompt attention. f. H. COLB, Ag't. Jyil Hxau QOAan.. So B.io., la l)i v., o V. M., Uavtuh, o.Jul v n, laoa. Speelal Order, j Thequalinedeleotore heloailngto Ni) iCoinpniiy S ii aytoa Light uuMd) Firat Heg't., Third BriKde, iioiiod lM.l.loa O. V. M.. ar nolined to niuut AC their A.tniirw ah M.liie day, the bill of Augu.1, IttOS, and th.u aud there pro ceed to eleot one Captain, one 'i..t Lieutenant, one Saouud Lieutenant, one Thl'd Lleutanajit. aud one Xa.iau for antd auuipauy,to till vauanulee cauaed by rei(..atioiia. Jjr aomeiand ol Brig. Cea. C. t. VArJArnHAM. . D. A. HAVMSe, iMt aVlgMle taajM. . you x. DAVTON OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3, 185!), mm. no. -wr? THE DAILY EMPIRE OWPIOSI Of PUB)UO.TIONt Sa-r'ii Siilaiag, tii.1 rt LWiie sfaa kL liii t Je6ni Re SXalles.oOper yeerln advenes. Ill sn.ll pr w.nk. p.yabl.to thonarrler. Single eoplee, putup la wrappere, Beent. Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Type Foundry Company la our duly authorised A (rent to make contract and receipt for Advertisement tubacriptiona, arc., in inai city. To BtjtiesMir, Tbe Empire Job Roomi are in eomplele trim, and ere ere now prepared to do work of all deacriptione in tbe beat atyle oitnetn. uan m ana examine our work end learn our price. tLTIo ADTHTiasM. adrertiaementa or Notireafor the Empire muet be handed into the offiee by Inn t'clock on the day tbey are de aired to be puhliehed nef later. We cannot .tree to insert them after that hoar. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Weekly Advertisements. Those who deire to hare adrertiaements inserted in the Weekly Empire shonld hand thorn in by Saturday morning, at the latest tju.Oor adTertising patrons will peroeWa that, by oar arrangement of reading matter, their adrertiaements will be always ftfir a rery important mattertotnem. CTSee 4th pairs for Telegraph Reports. ITT wo Show Oases for 8ale, Eoqoir at P A. LAFEE'fl, Jewelry Store. IT Owing to a stupidity which unaeoul ably attacks printers when mced in tbe eor rection of "errors ! proof," the date and ads dress were omitted to the "Aaaonneemeat" in yesterday's Empire, recommending H Elliott, Etq , for the Legislators, aed signed "Rank and File." It wss w titles by a prominent Dem ocrat of Washington township, endorsee) by several others, snd dated "OentreWlle, Aug. 1st., 1H&9. ' ST Ws o not tay it is Impossible that a fiah weighing b pounds was caught la the Laramie Reaartoir, but wethtnk it not improbable that a 6h weighing 8 pounds was caught in ths Like, sod sent to the editor of the Journal aa s prevent. Indeed, tbeiS is nothing Impossible about ths matter. It Is recorded that a man "jumped 30 feet at Rhodes;" why may not an 8 pound bsas be csught i n ths Reservoir f We see nothing to prevent it, unless ths B pounds would rsfuse to secede to the srrangement, Paor. Wis. Ws learn from the St. Lou is Demoorat of Monday that Professor Wise's Balloon was twioe beaten down by the se vere storm on last Saturday evening, on the praiiioa, about 30 miles east of St, Louis. At Bunker Hill, 111., the Professor, son and Balloon were put upon tbe freight train to Terre Haute, and stayed at the latter plaoe over Sabbath, when they prooeeded by oars to Lafsyctts, la. O" Our eaehangM from every direction report rsin storms, snd ths prospects of the late crops good. Complaints of ths drouth reach os from but few points, and tbeae are qualified. The eoro in many aections of Ohio has csrtsinly suffered some from drouth, but it has not been ss great as ws at first supposed snd reported The great difficulty with the reports of ths condition of crops in various parts of ths country is, tbst thsy ars mads by editors who kDow nothing about tbe mstter spoken of, from mere rumors of those who know aa little, or are cronic croakers. We will not be visited by famiue this season. lB.The editor of tbe Kokomo la Trib. une bas been presented with 61 stalks ol wheat, all of which grew from one grain, eaoa'. stock bad a head, and each bead bad 40 grains on an average, making 2,440 grains from one. LTIutertnenU July i at Woodland Cemetery for Male. 1 year and under, 6 1 toS, 3 5 to 10, 1 10 to 20, 1 . SO to 40, 1 40 to HO, Over 60, 1 Total, 12 Cily Graveyard; One year aud under, 1 to 5, 1 Female. 10 1 3 Total, 1 Tn a Elections. Tbe opposition tioket, with a few exceptions, was elected in St. Louis, on Monday. The Democracy car ried their State Ticket, and a decided w jority of the members of the Legislature Monday in Kentucky. This will ins?" election of Hon. J. C. Breckinri4 to ,b United StateeSeoate, We mor9 10 say aboutthe eleoUon eutber time. Thi TaACHt s'''01"0 We learn from on of the iiariirv-'""' ln tD FColc oear Carroll ,on ,.aterday wss a vary pluaaanl and ia ..mctivs aff.ir, inetruction bsving been blend ed with smuseweut snd exercise. Tbe flatting part of ths excursion wa a failure, owing to the muddy condition of the river. Had w gone, tliia latter would have rendered ns incona eoleblo. Dxatu or lloEACi Makh. Horace Mann, President of Antioob College, died at Yel low Springs at half paat four o'olock yeeter day alternoon Ue was on of tba most able literary men In tbe country. We have no particulars ol his sickness and death. IT Bro. Gsddis informs the Dayton Journal that there ars lbs plsces where malt snd spirit uoue liquors, w ines, Ac, srs sold in Ibis city. Whst is to bs be done about it, has not trsns pired. Ws will probsbly remain in ths dsrk until sfter lbs election if not longer. In tbe mesn tiros, thsrs will be 184 plsces where spir its srs sold not to ssy anythiog about an in, crease. IT Terry wss st th River jssterdsy fishing We s.ked him on his return whst luck he hsd, when he informed us thst bis Isrgest bass wss aa 8 pounder. We could not prevail on bim tedrup an ounce, declaring that figur the e lablikd weight of big flab I . CTW hav loat faith in repertara. W ra gtet lo aa j It, but it ia so. It will tak socne- tniiig considerable to revive it. W bav no patienc with our reporter who want to Put ins Bay on but Sunday evening. W fear he took th black vomit, and want over to th enemy "body and breech;' nd w ar prepared to hear that b ill support tb Block Republic ticket. W learn thai h purchased lilho sj'Bpb likeness ef Chose and Fmd Deugloa, thiols Cocojbb aw Waif. I tuayvuow. Mamuotb Pioaio. There was a large turnout at the Pienie in the vicinity of Miamisburg on Thursday last. W srs credibly informed that over 1000 persons were on the ground j and We are ensured that Very good order wa observed during the entire day. The Miami LightGusrd, Ospt. Clay, were on the grosnd with about 10 gnns, snd they were one of the attractions. W hear that tbe Gaard deported themselves liks veterans I lluaic and terpischoreao exerol eerved to cast a charm on the scene for a con siderabl portion of tb day. En paaaail, ws will observe that ws were at the 'Burg, and In the vicinity yeeterday, The rsin has dons a vast deal of good for the crops, vegetables, gross, etc, down among our neigh bora ; the whole face of Nature ha been sgree- sbly changed sines we were lsit tiers, and tbe people are cheetlul and bepeful, A good crop of almost every thing of the late vegetable order is confidently expected in Miami. Ths tobacco crop looks very well, nod prospects for a lag. yield ere decidedly good. Ws were in the ex' tensive Vlneysrds of J. Zimmer, Eeq , snd ef Col. Maya j and lbs extent of their erne almos exceeded our belief. Tbey will have the largest yield this aeason by far that they have eve bad. Sparkling Catawba may be expected in abundance this fall. Business generally wa on ths revive in the 'Burg, and the prospect for active times the approaching fall sod winter was truly encouraging. . . r, . IT Ths Gssette Is soxioos about the dele gates to ths Convention of ths IBihj It asks that rules b adopted to prevent facktn) I What does 0"' iKhbor meant What doe he .-.r What have cliques to do with ths anif.if opposition In this conatyt Does onr nsighs bor "smell a rat V Tb recent "disking" of the Central Corneal It has eToabtlesa pat eur neighbor's olfsctories is sensitive trim I Can't tbe Gaielte trust the "etAnw?" Goon Tamo I W deelr to make th ai nouncement a breed a the circulation f th Empire. Ihst John K Gebhsrt has Junt received a upply of choice edible, among which th following rrticlee are Dot th least important Smoked Helibut, (the fret heat and nicest we seer ssw or tasted, and no mistake!) Bee' Tongue, (very tuperior ariicl',) fresh Prune, in casss for family us; (snd we are con strained to say s superior article has aot been in thiseity for a dooeo years past;) prima chee, end wall, ws must stop enumerating; it would take too much apace. Go to his store, 83, Jef ferson at , sod examine for yourselves. Bs has ths goods frsb and cheap ST Our cotempen ry of thHpriogfUldHw, in noticing th Faculty of th Cooper Femele Seminary s"it is a strong osej" and it re- commends ths institution thus heartily: Tho of our citlrene who must send their daughter abroad can find no pleaaamer or bl ter plc to send them than to the care of the Oonrads, at the Cooper Seminary, Thank you, friend Nichols, ffTThe Green County, Ind , Times says tbst ths exsmpls of the male "regulators" of that county bas been followed by the tr), who have formed an association to sxpel from lheir neighborhood some fascinating female whose blandishments operated unfavorably on the fidelity of their liege lords. A few dsys since they waited on the fair cause of their di.quiet and informed her that she wssn't needed in that region any longer. Cool! "By tbe official call of the Renubll can Central Committee of Montgomery County, which we copy to day, Irora the Dayton jour nal, it will be seen," Ac Osseffe, s tki mere- ing. Why didn't you ssy "Which we copy, by permiuion," eVo. T It is clssr that ths Osntral Committee have tsksn the stsnd tbst ths Os xette and Empire are outsiders. It will gra ciously permit us to copy it official papsrs from ths Journal, however. That's a conces sion, snd we ought to be thsnkful. "Ws trust we am 1" O The status of Senator Douglas, which wsi ordered by Gov. Mstteaon for his nsw houee, has arrived at its destination in Springfield, II lioois. The sculptor is Mr. Vol k, of Chicago. Ths statue is thsexsct siss snd counterpart of Douglas, and cut from marble from Vermont, his nstive State. "No description," says sn ad miring correspondent, "could do it justice." CTA dissuasion aros in a hotel parlor, as to ths citizenship of a gentleman st ths other end of the room. "He's an Englisbmsn," said on "I know by his bead." Hs'( t Be' ssid another, "I know by hi" --P1'""-" "He's aChjrii.au," ld uolbr. ""I know by hi beard." Thyooo-dii thought be looked s little 8psniard. a"n tu' converaation rested, but soon of or' lBe,n Pk " "id he "he' a American ; he's got bis leg on th table." ' ITThe Indianapolis Journal of Monday ssys "A little Irish boy nsmed John Quiglsn psaaed through this city on Friday sveuing on hia way to Wiacoaain to join acme relative He had come all the way from Ireland to Nsw York, snd fmm New York bere, without any one to accompany him aa a protector, Ha wee but six or seven yrere old." Psaoticax ano Puitimknt.-Tbe Columbus Journal of Tuesday morning aaya : The City Council visited ths colored Fsir snd Ball, by invitation, last niuht. All, on both aides, appeared perfectly eaitened, snd sncient John .ays, "Its all right boys, were all Black Republicans together. Wat'l u drink." ST Th Drcatur la Republican report a caaa of ueault, neany mulling in murdsr, in that place, commuted by a man with tb muet un uiiabc nam fur a murderer we ever beard- Lovely Lot. U tuck a pitch fork ioto hi oo-in law, but luckily didu'l kill hiux He was sent to jsil in default of bail. IT Arrangement have been made lo stretch a rope from the nats ol n eoawseu to tne bigheat points of the "Bights," a distance of about one thousand feat, and on deration ol on huudred and fiity feet, for Blondin to as cend. gfipTb fact that Mr. Duobanan I de termined not to be a oaodij.t for re-noiuii nation before the Charleston Convention does not at all stay the abuse ol him by the bye- na press of the opposition. KTTb Indianapolis Journsl ssy th dust flies in sueh clouds sbout ths streets at night thst it reminds bim of aa autumnal fog. Aa seen by gsa or moonlight it has every appear once of fog, and would feel o if thai wa any dauipoee about it. . O-Tb Fountaiu, Indian. Democrat ay that a littles child four fears of age, of John MeManomy, ws killed a wekg by being run against by calf which a dog wo chasing about th yard. Tbeaniraat's horn fractured th child's skull. ST "A silpesuy sandwich ssw leisurely ia the cars is belts fur yoa thsa a ttollar dip. bojied at th stsuioa." Truth, a know, ThsJoi bal Exrt.AisxTa Ths Journal sx plsins to its eotemporary of ths Oasette, (over our shoulder I) how it came to pssa that a copy of the "Csll" for Republican and efser primary meetings wss furnished enfy to the Journsl. For brevity, precision, and eonclnalveeoaa, w commend It, and put It on record t That Committee met en Saturday evening, end brought tA lis proceedings on Monday morning, so ss to have them inserted in the Weekly Journal, which I printed on Monday afternoon. 1 hi is all lhar i about it. That may be all you know about it, neighs bor; It is possible that Is; there are mora un likely thing.; but are yon positivs thst it Is "all there I about it V We will barely look at a few poiatain the "explanation :" "The com mittee met on Saturday evening," How doe it some that the editor of th Gaxett knew nothing of th meeting of th committee? "Brought a it proceedings Monday mora ing. so as to have them Inserted la th Weekly Journal," . Why we not lb asm courtesy (if it war not a duty) extended to the Gasett, which claims to bs a lie Republican sheet? And how did it happen that th committ, o well potted oa th ieeue of th Journsl, wss not aware that th Gssette, aa well aath Jour nal, wa issued on Tuesday morning ? Ifwshav heretofore exhibited "a fsney to Infer.re with th performncs" of ourcotera purer iee, we may not now be obsrged with It Our acquaintance With terras snd their defini tion justifies us in denominating this article a fair triiieiem upon the "performance" of the ed itor of one of the papers w h icb we are pleased to "rail," until better informed, "one of the eroans" of the Republican party. "This Is all thsr is about it." tTThOhio But Jv.rnl say Mr Latham's nomination for Govercor of California is a poaitiv triumph over th Ad minietration, he having been removed from the Oollectorebip of fan Francisco. He is fol lower of Judge Douglas. Tb abov la a mistake entirely, if we may except the fact thst Mr. Latham ia the Demo cratic for Governor of California. Instead of being "a follower of Judge Douglaa," th Doug! paper and Douglas men of California are bitterly opposing him I Th Journal, which i doubles posted oa the truth of the mstter about which itspesks, very deliberately sonde out a falsa impression about Mr. Latham, who, in the convention which nominated him, distinctly steted thst he Mood by th Adminis tration of Jam Buchanan. A close ebsrv ance of tbecourseofthe Journsl for some months back has convinced us thst our Columbuseo temporary is careless of its statements, and when convenient utters falsehood a readily as th truth. 0Th Gssette has a word of advica this morning for ita "Republican friends," whoa it desiree to "promptly attend the primary meetings on the 18th of August;" bat it bs nary advic" for "others," in that connection, As ths "011," which it tsks tb trouble to in. form u It copies from th Journal, (a copy not having been offered it.) wa gotten up and pub lished without the knowledge, adrt or eon sent of the Gssette, does it not look a littls fresh in our 3d st. neighbor to volunteer sd vie to any portion of the humane comprised In the "Call?" ITThe Journal relates of a fellow whose teacher required him to play one strain on the viojin twenty limes, that hs complained it was "too hsrd a strsin for him. If hs wonld prefer et strains, and agreeable ones, be should tsks lessons heresfter of Crosby, who renders the thing just as esay as whistling. Try Cros by. O A diapstch from St. Psuls, Min., informs us that "M." is somswbsre in th vicinity of Minnehaha Falls, In quest of the piece where the "Fesat of the Ten Cardinals" ia to bs held, hiving a ticket to the dinner which he diiplay for the purpose of eliciting information I ITThe Religious Telescope of this week has ths following compliment to the besutiful and gifted Americsn canlatrice i Mrs. Vsrisn Jsmes gsva a concert in thiseity last week which rendered a very high decree ol sstisfsetioo to tbe large audience in atten dance. She bss a vine or remarkable sweet ness snd power, snd ber management. wonderful Indeed, we were perfe- del'ght ed. lJJvTheOxro'illl,0 Mrou.ry of the lOth ult "The body of a young man .oU Soarty, who wa buried four years ago, at Hurricane Creek, TisbomiDgo Coun ty, Mia , was exhumed tba other day and found to be partially petrified. Tbe bands arms, leg and thigh had turned to solid stone." tBThe Light Guard will have an elec tion on next Saturday evening. W ar pleased to itate that a remarkably fin spirit seems to prevail among tbe member of this truly exoellent military oorpa sAMrs. It. M. Parker, wife of a young man who is a merchant's clerk in Galeoa.ba fallen beir to an Engliab fortune of about $00,000, by the death of a distant relation. B.The Hon. Wm. B. Heed, lata United States Minister of China, 1 at present seri ously ill at hi reeidouoo, Cbesnut UUI,near Philadelphia v?L.Dr. Andrew Porter, son of Ex-Gov ernor Porter, of Pennsylvania, died at Cape May on Monday, where be wa sojourning for tbe btnefit of bis heslth. gi.Hylvanus Cobb, with all the members of hie family, was baptised not long Vino by tb LuiveraslisU, of Norway, Mama tjrWo bad a storm of wind and rain to day at noon. W hav a prospect of more (TTb Princeton It. Clarion aaya that a fel low travelled forty mile to Owensvill last week lo whip another fellow he had a epiua at, and got badly whipped himself. Rattier poor pay for (uch an effort (TAllbough th Freucb Ungusg is usually that of diplomacy, a letur-writer learns that. out of courtesy to tb Emperor of Auatrik' Napoleoa lll.spok in (leriuan during their ST A Temperance meeting will be held at the Baptist Church, Jefferson St., to-morrow eve ning. Rev. Mr. Woart will address lis pee p'. ;' ST Three picnics were washed out to dsy, th participants returning bom to dry these sslr thi afUraoon. PsAoas and AptlssI Brandenburg A Co. kvjutroeivd slot of ale poaches and ap pie. "Nuf osd." K7A Prussian Colonel having bee as. pact ed of furwsrdlBg plan of asrtaia Prusaiaa tor tifleaiioM to th f ranch Govern qeeat, has tritst by cwurtVsssvtial. Madseaatsl a4 efcot. From the Zanesville Aurora. Gholson's Auction Sale. Ob, Fancy Maes Qholsna used to live near I snnsee Where h sold a lot niggers lo Ihst horrible La gree, There wae Laara, Ann, and Busy and Jemima, don't you aset And Uncle Toes and Dinah, beth a piooa aa could he. Oh I Big Stow LltUe Slows, Harriet sod Boucher, M hat a funny sort of man Is Gholaon for "srhrsreher. "' Going 1 Gone I And Gholaon went an nffic now from either you or I, For acting oa th principle of "root hog or die." When Gholaon Sold hi) nigger and pocketed the cashl He moved to Cincinnati going freedom at a daah, Joined Joabu and Salmon 'gtlnet the Union nd th lew, With "nigger" for hie principle and nigger" for hi cauae . Oh I Big Stows Little Stowe, Harriet and Beecher, What a funny sort of man Is Oholson for a "schheecher." Going I Gone I And Oholson wsnts, dto. Old Gid and Young Gid, (that's Denniaon, the Billy,) Tbe niggers up at Oberlin have made them rather ailly. Like him who killed the golden goose for gain they kil ed the Swan, And nominated Gholaon and he's "going, going. gonsi Oh I Big nig Little nig., Unele Tom and Jenny, A nigger selling soreecherite Is Just as good ny. Going I Gone I And Gbolson wsnls, Ac. (TNspoleon I could not sing indeed, had not tbe slighteet knowledus of music, but whoo about to enter on a campaign, or whsn in a good humor, he used to indulge in snstches nf military songs. Ths lines translated ss fol lows hs often seed to try to sing : "To morrow we shall meet Upon the bsttle field ; To morrow shsll we meet, With our bright swords unsheathed." Dear Laura t whea you were a lovely young miss, And I was yonr dutiful swain, Your smiles could rxslt to ths aunimil nf blias, Your frowns could o'erwhelm me with pain : You wsre dear to me, then, love; but now you're my wife. It is Strang th fond tie should be nearer, For when I am paying your bills, on my life, You seem to get efcirrr and dearer. Last Throw! Ma.EniToar Tbosiof the public who are sufficiently intereated in the throwing contrO' veray are glad, I have no doubt, to learn that tb discussion approachr a termination. Cer talnly much chaff ha been blown over theroaV ter, and I presume that sll tb fact have been stated acclaimed by either party. It was not yjntsntlon to nils tn tills Ira tight; and 1 should not probably bsv troubled you gin, bad no I soms queer fellow, of so apparently venomous ambition judging from hi tignsi tor undertaken to sing the "earn old tun." with vsrlstions of his own composition, I deed, I hsv only one thing to say aw, and that for th specUl and exclusive benefit of my "Piten" friend who aired hia dubious wit in your paper of laat voiog. My dear friend risen Aera Bent: "A man convinced against his will, Is of th asms opinion still." STEEPLE. Judge Ranney. A Republican correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from Defianoe, Ohio, pay tbe following compliment to th abili ty and popularity of Kufui P. Ranuey, the Demoorttio candidate for Governor. He ay: "Th Democratic oandidate for Oovernor is ltufu P. itanney. He ia a native ol Maeaaobuaett, now lorty.five year old, and ha been in th Htate thirty-four years, lie wss, some ter am '-- .a .-' . oie aue Unney B.t. Wade being the eenior memper ln 1850 be represented Irumbull oounty in tbe Constitutional Con vention, where he wasoneot tho most prom inent member, and member of the Judioia ry Committee. In 1851 he wa elected Su preme Court Judge, and served his term with much ability; when, in 1856, he wa defeated aa a oandidate for re,eleoiion. In IHST be wa appointed District Attorney for Northern Ohio, but soon resigoed. and wis a candidate for nomination fur Governor in that year, but was beaten in the convention by tli felon, tl. u. ryn. U wa nomi nated by eoolamation in tbe laat Convention. Judge Raooey ia on of tb leader of tbe Ohio Democracy, one of tbe best lawyers in the Citato, and a 'upple-jaok' politician. Ue waa formerly one ol tbe trustee ol tb Meadville College, and ia now President ol the Board of Trustees of tbe Ohio tttat and Union Law College at Cleveland, where he ha reaided fur two year, lie will carry mor vote than any other Democrat in Ohio could powtibly oarry who ia out and out for Duonanan. In on thing th Tribune eorrreepondent is mistaken. Mr. Hanney is anything but supple-jack" pelitioian . II i noted for hi inflexibility of prinoipl. rTOol. E. O Parker, of Boston, tb suthor of ths article upon Rufus Choat, published lo Fata' JfealA'ir, will soon produces book eulilled "Reminisosuces of Rufus Choat." ST A "Never Sweet," ssys hs is "furneost" Independent ticket No, 1. He is opposed lo lauding oa hi hud when he vote.! Of course hs will withhold from it bis support. ST Lieut. Genersl Proctor, who commanded the Eighty sseend Regiment at the battle of Fort Erie, snd subsequent operation on lb Canadian frontier, died is Wales, recently. New Yoax Boakdau Ttle of soaodal ar a plenty as blackberries just now I n lamou oicaie oa seems to nave Dro- ken on tb great deep of lechery, and a flood of equally obsoene but less tragio oo currenoeo baa deluged tbe land. The very Lateat affair ss that ol a wealthy merchant down town, who found a deficit of $10,000 in th aooount of one of his clerk II oatled th defaulter to aooount, and tuld bim that if tb money wa not at ono returned be would arrest and espoee bim Tb olerk informed bi mpluyer that h reckoned h would not return the each, and that he furth er concluded a bad a ufncient offset "Offset, ' aaid th uerobant, "what do yoa mean by offset?" "1 mean my wife.1' re turned the elerk. Not another word waa aid about tba $10,000. Aa Editor Dbowsbd. Tuesday last, ( Edward, Esq., editor of th Marengo,(low) Visitor, waa drown whil bathing ia th Iowa Hivar at that place. U bad bi littl oa on hi back, whea) b I uppod to has bao aoitea with a cramp, and sank to rw aa taorsv l b atiua ws ara, r City Council. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER. TUESDAY EVENING, Aug. 2.1850. Present Messrs. Decker, Bbsnk, Phillip", Kiersled, Dilliland, Hull, Boy!, Bimm, Luis, Bombergor, ThomsB and Wiggtm. Minute, of the laat nieetiiitT were read and approved. PETITIONS. For Ihe repair of the gutter south of the Msrket House. Referred to trustees of the Third Ward. From J.B. Brosdwell. for the postponement of tbe time of doing certain work in front of his lot on First street. Granted Kiom A. Beddia, for th privilege of digging a well in front of lot No. 3 :56, on Wsyoo st, Grunted. The committee tn whom waa referred the bids for grading snd paring the drain from Bridge to Third street, awarded th work to Geo, Bransachwlge, at about kt9fl,(ifl. Ayes Deck r, Wigglm, Phillips, Bimm, Shank, Kiersusd snd Bomberger 7. Nsys Oillilsnd, Boyle, Thomsa, Lutx and Buix-S. Certain privileges were granted to the Day. ton A Michigan rsilrosd in Ihs neighborhood uf their freight depot, provided they dedicate lots Nos. 1809 snd 1817 for public street, and grade and gravel the same. Ths City Solicitor in reply to a resolution of Council, communicated a statement of facia in relation to the l.r0,U0O of bonds losned to tbe D. A W. R. R. Co. which was laid over one week. RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Shanlr, That the Street Commission er be authorised to have the culvert on Main atreet, near the levee, repaired. Adapted, By Mr. Shank, That Ihe Trustees of the 3d Ward have the crosMngnf Clcgg and Lafayette streets paved. Adopted. A Stipplementery ordinance was rt-sd the third lime, requiring a flagmen to bs placed on Oommerci si alieet at the croaaiug of the Belpre railroad. By Mr. Butx, That the City Clerk advertise fur four weeks, giving Ihe owners of lots Nos. 15SC, 1587, !5bS, 15'J4, 2IW, 1595, li'J'.), IttUO, lUHJ and l(iU3 on Buckeye street. Notice lo curb, gutter, grade aud pave sidewalks. By Mr. Liitt, That the trustees of Gih Wsrd to grade aud grnrel Mcl.eau street wi slof High. Adopted. By Mr. Bimm, That James Ogan be allowed to occupy Wyoming street until! he can burn his kiln uf brick, Lout, By Mr. Decker, That the Trustees of the 1st Ward put under contract ths curbing, gutter ing, grading snd graveling of aide walks, in front of lots Nos. V'Jb J, 2951, 2950, 29t9, 2LI43 2947, S94G, 2945, 3753 , 3752, 3751, 3e5U, 3749, 3748, 3740, 2739, 3737, 373U, 3b55, 3734, 3733, 3738,3732, 3731, 3730, according In theesii msteof the City Engineer; work lo be done un der the direction uf the Engineer; the contrac tor to take the properly for pay. Adopted. The Market Master reported the amount of mooey collected for the opening uf Pulaski t., 2I9,0I. Council allowed th Market Muter $10 for tb service. Tbe Street Commissioner's , report for July was reported back from the Committee anu passed. After passing sundry accouute, Council ad Jourued. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WA.ISTTED. A STOCK uf DRY GOODS, fur which a (nod IMPROVKD FARM w.ll bs exchanged. Inquire uf CHA ,'. CLaH.K, Bugs Clcgg'a UuUdlug, Third at FOR SALE CHEAP. ACKKS, on the Iiiver Koad near the J CtDCinnRtt R. R . Vi mil, from the drv: naJI frmme hour mm sttuhie, choice fruit v.nen, xo. A vury ilMircabie pisvc tor a Utvraen Lot. 1 1 1 as. a. ci.Aitnri, auk; I Taird ttreet. Notice. CUULTON A. HUGHES, of Martinsbur, ' ia ihe State of VlrftlnU, notltltMl that Flor A HuKhei did od th y ol Auitn.t, A u. iho-, mi . ... ...itiua iu the ornca of tb Llcrk nf th court of Ctftunion Clcaa wititia aoa ur tti cnumv of Mimtcomarv and Httef Ohio, charging hlui, the aid Carlton Hugi.ea, wlthgroiaocff eat ot duty, and a-klQR that the way e dlvurcetl trotu tlif iaiu Lai I ton Hughtrsi which ptitiuu win attain u for hearing at mta item nor cui ori icrin ui M1U lv'uris uata tuif. Augu.t w, it. FLORA A. HUGHKH. By S. M. .vlliyam, her Att'y. augVbww Phoenix Band Pic-JLMic, AMD llusical Festival:: PHILLIPS HILL, OS TUESDAY, AUGUoT 9TU, 1859. THE PlllKNIX HKA8S BAND AND A STH1NU UANU will alva an enter .lnm.nl u above, for the BENEFIT OF THE BAND! When we hop t reeelre the earaeat support of the I'liUi-na of Uayton. io paiia katii i .twvt lo rodr it a pleaatit mef ing to our Irirut.n. iirvat oare will be tkn to exclude improper oharactera irom the ground. tlrt-olM MumIo, arati ana Mriug, will uvgucu. C AlN'a B UAU i.L Aijh, and the Omnlhueri will ruu 10 thegrouud throughout the daj.tur itjovata fare. TICKETS, admit ting a gcntlruian and two ladle, tV ( Ti. r'amil) i iokete, fl,t; to le vdtalurtl from rueuibra ol the Maud, and at croahy'a atueiv Hiort. t. r-OVV . I T, J. HKI.RICI.K, JOHN WAi.kH. I V Com. of Arranjemti. L. V. H CRUBV- 11 O. BL RHoVvH, ) auifi-tt (.ouruai and Gazette copy.) CENTS rw J Until Further Notice ! iieAiLamaiiaii VISE COI.ORKI) MKI.AINOTVPKS, IN 1 Uoleeaaacs, at H4 1 KM5. Flue lolored Mflalnoijjirs, IN NICE CASES, At m ct- rsi aajp-Rooms on 3d st, north (ide, 3d door east uf Main. 1 -1 ean be found at sll hours of the day, fro as 7 A. at. aill t. M. 1000 A UAY. CALL SOON. aual-lt NOTICE IS hereby fiiveo that a petition will be pre antei to the Commleslonera of Montgomery oouaty, at their aiepteiuttrr eeaslon, praylug lor the stabh.biug of a County koad, twrgluniug at or near theieiiouitBe, iwo miiee aoutn ol leutrevtlle, on the la)toa aud Lebanou Turi.plk Roal. la W aah liagtoa lownahtm U aid eounty, and to run east from aaid point on or aar the atutlon Hue to the CeBtrevilfe and Wayntievlile road, running on the toula aloig the Hues of Ihe land of Mr, ado alur- piiy,vuna a. iuurii, smooart aeara aul jbn r. Heart, and on the nortn aioug the Uu.ee of the laitd of J. A. Watk.U. Thoaaa Haineld. Juha K. Ruherta. John W Haon and rn Aailav-rua, the distance Irom the start lug to the potut of leriuluatlon eiog wui iwu Him. tnvmtxm HA i r ItLU, aiAg-aul-4iwewtt and othert. CTBAStED Kroio th t-ubeonber, oo tot O iiihdaof July, a Sat He Mimk, about 4 ear ld, mane an tall aheared on, with a mar ea he right hind postern Joint, aonta collar aaai as. A liberal reward will be given for any UiwornaUoa by WUAVA aa sxj vm PNtii jrru. m tvaA. s aa r aw f ova, JySt-lldwtt he. 4 tiesa atnel, Seytua. t-1 ii X.nla i- - , . , a ts o- ... . dollars on e. toilr -holrl-r. f. r Of sld eTripi.nv tl three r,j.) t?...l . , .. this il.te, to Jonathan , Company. , irer of .aid August i, ISM. . - . K. A. KKRSHNKR. P.'t. Perrs Patron, sec',. ii-t LEMONS. 2S hnte French Lemma, In prtrne order, Juet rec-u ed, , . . , O. 4 P R. SHtrlL. Choice Groceii; t, mini rh,. n ii w.- haayeia Levering' Crushed and Oranulated Ansae I baa. elian Rio Coffee, 0 barrels best N n. M..I,.---- -- , edoien Shaker Broome, Neeirn, ii.irt r Julys Mi enn4 et.. Sdoorain 1 fa CASKS Ohio fSltmwk." ,-!, by L, . I Case Ohio Claret, ' 10 baaketa r-lpei Held.UJr, ' . 1 ,10 do Ani lior, - . bbla. Kentucky Ttourbos WM.Wj., . t Old Hje Whl.kT, ' ' Jus received. g-B. fjHUU,. - Jy IU,WWV ,0 000 DmMtt0 dn 1 , ; t -10 (srn.i Andrrton'M (VtUoA Tttvt ft , do (.ootlwtn't grsMHHl do V do John fnrntiiry Co' Gem Tolirawo, And T-rlnty of C-vndUU Twlt J n tit Mtptaliisel. ! ait-fftrr ki is n at, aiivuta, Feachea. RICH, RIPB AND LITHCIOUa, FBrsit from the Orchard, la Wsrrra county, every morning during the a ason, In w.-one For enle, wholesa'e and retail. In anv auantltv. at tha Ari.' oiillural Warehouse, on ad atreet, r.st of the Toat UV"J L. WOOUHULU Grape Vines. ; rllK Hubsoriber ha on hanit, and-ln tb . beat ennilltinn, 70,000 Catawba rraie Vina Kote, twoy. ars old, which he will sell for M per l. !,. ' (oALSo 100,000 do., which he will eeil for a nr. He Invite, hull agents and others to give Mo S" -t . . . r- CH0T1K,: i N-r the I unatie Asylum, on th B-avertown Hood. JySS-dAwlf . Wanted! f IN the finiiriehing village of Honors, aifcusta I miles west of Hat ton, on th O. W R a s anod Chair Maker, Harness Maker, 'llBaer. Shoe siaker. Tailor and Phy.loiao. . f;ooit propert. con be houf hi on remmnable terms, and the town is growing rapidly, and la aurrounileof ' ' h. a rich aKiicilitoral lerlon. Ami1 fm 4. h.ni..- or J. Miller, fonora, or t. Clark, tntnlre urtlce! "ay'n- t . Jyvs-ti Fresh leat Every Jay... Daily Meat and Pvisio'ii; sViAii.jsir hlh eli eel, 3 duore taut' of Oruten et'rtti, ' uaiiun, u. ,. ;.:" KEEPS pnnstnntly on hand 1'reah MeaVaof every Bind, flutter, tecs, and Veaet.blra. lor seasnu. Produce ol all ilescrlptloua obtainable oan ' be had at his store. ,-I.e-Ashedoeshisown butchering, th Poblleean ' rel on prueurlus; 1 resh ' eat l:iKVMoliaiNodu-' rtnxtheiveek. Hedealrea thepenpie to know thst on oanv uiornine thev ca iirociirrnuiitt il.nah,. ervd durliiK the nrevioua nlaht. They will pleaao near thl. In mind. Thsnkful fur past ps'ronace. hesollelte o contin uance of public favor, determined to deserve It. Ileinember oihstreet,sdoors Irom Brownstreet. Jljili-ljd KALL & WINTER CAMPAIGNl Saddlery, lianie&Truiik 3f ANUFAOTOKY! r CREW & WAF.FORD, IUX'KEL'S NEW IiLrIU)lX0, J cffoi son at .. between Beoond aud Third. hiUfi OF THE DIG SADDLE, DAYTON, OHIO, HK NOW BETTER PKIpCPaREDTHAK they ever were to uMufttfture ever thing la the Saddle, Hit roes, Trunk, Valise, and Carpel Ther aim have these article, of the ha nu iit of stock and workmanship alwad oa hand and guy ale at ihe lowest cash ratea Horse Blankets, UutiaJo Robei, Whlpe, Bite, Brur.e, Ao., alivaye lor aaia. LIT Having secured In addition to their Aral. class force, the serWees of a workman who has not yet I en excelled In the world, and whoee wiii-k nas i Ken tne premium nt the 'World's ' fair," thev invite eentlemf-n who dir ihattraai work to oall and examine specimens, ami order work m-uiK fjrucucru wurauteii, engaged In the tiuslnesa for a mini later ol jears, aud having the best wot k-nit-n and the best stuck tn be had, they dcly comiiev -tition, and Invite eomparUonol work. RKPAIUINO OF ALL KIND8, Done In the heat manner, and at the lowest ratea. .fv Tr.y invite the people Iron. ,ty maii coumry to give tuem a oall. Jy-tl-tf ROiilSti DEN, PI amber and Steam Fitter, No. 03 Jkferson stbbrt, adovb Thiup. DATTOIT, OHIO Pumps, Uuths, Water Closeta and Wash-Stands, Filed end Rtptind. mid sa Ike ekarttet aerie, aiid stosf reasonable terme. ALIO A large quantity of Lift and Tone Pnmna. Well anil t lsleru Pumps or every deeorliitlon.whloh ter and siram Cocks. Together with a'u kln'da of Ailkindaof Barha aaade and repaired. -MTl.'aali paid lor Lead and Pewter. j)J-IW It LOST, 0 jN TeeUTtluT, a note tuude by O. B. 8ber- bank In Middletowa. 1-in, i'n)i,ulv )g my oraer in sixty aaya. at a Ditiiut aiAa-i IMi jy o f. n. HiNUigiun. LEMONS, LEMONS! HOXK.S Prim French Umoi at tJyJ IS Box. Larue, Sweet Orangeal Together with a supply of Hue landlea, Drone, Nuta, a., Just receiiru. and warranted first-rate. UKaNUhNhUKO A CU , Ji8-lwd No. sou, Third afreet. Notice) to BiittKe Bulldera. CEALEI) Proposals will be received at the oifioe of the Auditor ol Montgomery eounty, O., tn linyron, until Momlaj tht aetb day or August A. l., l6S, lor Ihe erection of a ainnle track oovered bridge, (with to stone abutments and one atone pier.) acres. Ktlllwatrr River, near Uabeuah'e III. flan and siieincation. ean itm seen at tbe afore said office, ou anil alter tie tlrai day of August neat ay order of IheCouuly Comailaaiooers OAMKL 11. ilHVDFN, i ' V " " Auditor. IN'odrr ley Stockholder. Oi'rit-a or the Davton A Wcstkb R. R f5o.,f Ii.vtub, July a-lth, tee. XTOTK'K ia herahy given it the An 1 Blial Meeting of the Ktnakholeere of this Com pany, for the election of I'lreolors and trsuaaeiloa of other business, wl I be held at the offlje ol the CoaaMiiy m liayton.ou Wedneadai, Iheaistday of August neat, between ihe hours ol s and s e'slocg, J J7-d wl : t W. f DOGC g TT, tee'y. ABaiOHBB'S WOT1CH. r A D. W. SCH AKKKER hav assigned V . to me all their pro,erty andefreetaforthe bea flt of their ereilltore. feraons bavin clalans agalnat them are notlbedlo present them to the undesabxneal proirly proven, within three e.nntbe from thle date. IHOilik St HALF ah, AaaHtuee. July S6, IS6S. sw . WENDEUN WOLF, Wholesale sad Retail MAft l' FACIX'IIEIl SEALER "HATS" AND "CAPS!" no. 4 jirruuoi kur, Wttl Side, betvee Second and Tkiri. DAYTON, OHIO. y- All enter will be Utaaafully rssslvs aa4 promptly attasded to. Ieb-ly 8. IL THOMAS WISH EH il dietiootly nnderstood thai b te prepared at OU tins, to do oil kinds l Carpenter and Job Work. es-Mr shop la sat at. Cbvtr street, 1 dorr south at Third at. jr 5 HACKS Afrioao Pea Not just arrived, i i d. a r. a. smull Ori UOXIM Uaaons, ia prime order, juss) tiO reeeved. . . P. f, a fKVU.