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Summer Garden , AMI TENJ-'IN .ALiyUY IN Mt PHERSONTOWN. . Toll TRl'MIKf. W removed l hi, llou.s In Mo J rheraontowtt, nu, Im. oM.n.-d there a SUMMER GARDEN, ""r ln no" il-ri-cOimcnt. will In ftnm. A niw TKN-IMN AI.I.KY will alt4.nl to visitors l,th aim.se- r. "mi i.-iinii Pv n'IKVi mvmtf JOHN THlir.liltl,!,. Wants. WASJTKII.- f.,,li, Wnsher end lmner Appl) luiuicli.ilely nl iu, ,lcR,r..ii ,ir(,rt. Tlurd door I..II.W rnni-tli. i..,n... V 1TRI An person having-a rash Capital nl " . i. , .. iioiinii, run icnrn a acre lie cm invest II in a uriml II ciiil,h.hed, lucrative and " """"' "y b.I.IK H-II.k II, Hon, No 1010, liny ton, l. u' To Rent. riM KKAJT- Hturf Koom on Third find Jefferson sts mliStf l. HKCKKI.. .MK HKMT.-Tli. lih story room in "Kanni 1 mil.mM. nn - luril street, Im Is-en newly Painted hi.. I Papered, nml is now a vol y il.-iniUc 11 4 1, 1., being " , ' ." ., i.noil huh vi-oilll.ieu. (V lltf f IIKSHV L. HHllWN For Sale. FOR I ALIO. 4 iMtrBM? Medium Pntitintr I'rp, nml alwit !lpo i 11. Lonii l'rinirr itixl HimiprTviw. 'I h Tvm lnu (.. in in u'mu hvm )iru, Hiiti kiiii uivt'M a liriUht, rlmr iinprpsMiou. Tho prcHn in hn iiimmI hn new. Per sonal ili-wiriritf to pun Ii-iwm phii Lwikhiii. A 1I v at Dip luily Kuipiip rounluitf Itoom. in I MHl MAKK.-A liiftlily mminfinlc7l Mtkh '"W and (nil dr mmIh. Kiniinre of "rreiPUMtu," Kin- iie OnVe, lilt Maiiifttrept, jyilu 1.TOK M AlfC Two vhImiiMp H0itp Kanim for miln nt I'uNip Auction. I will mH on Him premlMps, nl yuirfii fttK'tmn, m .Ii-iTi'mon town-dup, Mouftfontpry roomy, i mm, on ritmiiiiiv, rtrpipiiurr l. lmar, i iu iropTtv known hn Hip Holier itirm, ti viit-l Into tw tyre irfW'ti, piwh tract lirn 4n iwrp clinr and 40 wtp. Itnitwr; lth trm-M Imve inmuiiui wnl.r on tln'tn, mm riilinror th'tn will ninVrn li lifiifuirnrm. Onpof th trwtn ha on it n$mr1 honup nml I urn, on-lmnl tt fruit (nM, Ac Foi-nirihorimnitnliiif, nfi-r Mltvt .lOSKl'l! LAMUKKT. IOH HALF, -A HorsK AN!) LOT, on Mitln Ht., i (UiinH troin tli t urt llotirtp, hih) known ha iVinm-rnnrn Hoic-p. Th Iioiim Id wHI (lilctiliiU-d thp T. i for n tiotfl or IcHiriliua Iioiimp. Itt Ayt iront, H ftmt deep. For wirtHuliin iii'tuiri' of jylfl HKNHY KIHHINOKH. I.MH HAI.K-THK IJ'THKIMN rill'ltCH, rnr 1 hit ol' Knurtli mi') JptliTNon utrool1-, (iitnl if want ptl) with nil t furniturpiiuil llxtnrpH. Kor hTiti", Hpniv titliMrto V. t.KMHAHT, .r jntvtl JOHN MrltKVNoLIW. IlOfl tf A IjK Two iii-nf of liiml, with n Htorp Iiohhp J1 nuii iIhpIIiiik tioiiMp on it, mluiilpfl in Went Hotmnu rr!4 rtuiit v, (Miio, iiiiIpm wpM or iMvtoh, on Hip lytuii nml Wplprtt limlrtw.l. The Hlor')ioiiN in ot liri'k, 40 hy WMect, two MUiriPM uk1) "Huutpil iniiiipdt Ht'1y on Hip railroihl. TIip Hwi-Iiiiik in npur HwhI'ih I'mmp ottK', roiitrtinmu ti vp rooniN aik) h jn-h. J will mpII mutt pruM-rty v-ry low iutl on twy jNiyntPiiU. Jii'iuirp on tliu prcinif!, or of jmtil li. M. (17RTIK, 1 my ton, rANO WARUANTI l.nlit hiiiI m.I.I. i il 1). ltKRKKU Flax Seed Wanted. UjlHHI We will W ONK DOl.f.AH & T1CN CUNTS IVr ImihIiH Cor meivhiinlnUo im.iI. lyXhlKWlnt H. IIKKHMAN WlN. Pictures. OAMPAION Or I860. Baldwin's Excelsior Gallery, Third 4reetf 3 doori Eait of Mnln. IjlXKI,HHK rhoU((roiili offtll nii-H, either oolorod j or plmn, at rolut'H prirpn. ('all anil Pxinln 9ieciiiuii nnl Iparn th nnoon Imfore pUpwIipwi, CiRKAT EASTKUN AT NEW YOKK, m KI-AINKf (TYTF-'B. vorjtyp'd, Olrafltriwii Kiwi all j mliprtyiK'ii known in t lit rhotf)(rri)niP Art, mid HlottiP piitonl polorwil I'ii'turPri Uikpn iind juttiitlnnrt mipnfnr Wcpntn. No "Ktiplumt nhuAvrn,tuT "uu nint" oiiph tnUcii. Nonp lit good Pifturrn tnktm ftt Palilwin'a 0Mtry, M mrppt, S doorit Kiutt of KwIihuki) Hunk. jyiuUiu FINE ART GALLERY, f)(3 Main Mlreot, 0 PPOSITK TUB ('(IDIIT HOtlSB. If yon wwil iJood I'luum'N, ..nil m GREENWALD & GROSS. Thpy will UU you h gmi likcnpnn for fIVn (VnU and upwttrdH. Thoir pn turp r iwluiind by all jiidurN ol url, and itre warnuiii'd to 1n MM'oi.d u noiip tnkpii in thin ity. Thpy rtiMH'(tuHv iiiviu thv pul-liPioi-all hih! ax niiiiiin ttu-ir work.iiini iud for HimiiiapIvhii. my J Hcnd your LlkcneMH to your I'rlt ndn. f IK HIT for Oiip Imllur, on Ipttpr hIippN, at th Art I j (iullpry mi') t'i'-turii Kruinu Miuniliwiury, Third St., et of tho I'otit OrtU'H. fplriinO T. W. cniDLAWft. I)KAI.KT1 COl'KT K DR ATII TIip niont plutmnitp nnd notd work nl' Art pvr umitP4l by mi Anir)i'im Artist, in Hip "Court of Hfittli," ly lipm limiuK I'i-iiIp. Till ihtinf PovprM:il'2 wiin Tmpi ot I'anVHKn routiiinn itH.ilP Hiw Kiuurpn, anil Iihh npvr Iihpii valupd Nt Ipkm Hiuii 4.1,OtlO. Jt haw ItPPiiKHapd upon with iMlniirMtiou mid dfliht hy tptinof Ihiiuwuidn. TIip MiliMiTilipr liatt pnn-hiiMPtl Hip jmintin, nnd IttNtipd u Hplfiidid t'hroino LithriuriipliiP F.iiuravinif of ft, pre Mpiititii a (MTlpi t FmpmiuuIp opy of the origiiml jint UMf with hII hm UphuIMiiI Color. TliPHiapof Hip KuunivliiLfiM Uy :ii inehp, nml th ripp(9i for whtah it in uhVr-l.i only oup flit h Hip iinii nl pripp ot Nimilnr work imi.mm ItPinir iNnipd iriNtpud of ft.ooo. Hip uniihI niiiultpr. TIip hotiip of pvfinr fcinily in Hip iHiid, In mi Id Im ndorupd with thix ptcliifp, mt hp miIhm it Uniiity h an oniiimpnl, Hip Imnxoh it liwSci, illiiMtriiliiiic Hip pviIn of Intpnippninf'P mid War, aiil Hip piiiI of Kiot a t'hrlxtitui JjIp, htp invnliinhlp. Mr. Ptuiln hhv of thp Knumvuitf: "I run i-crtify Hint it la an attiiralp'aiidndNiindiJp ropy of thp llriifitml 1'Hlntinff." TpHtiiiioni'tlM mthont imiiilipr, huvcln'i n rp'pitd Irom (liNliiiKUlHhpil ClpriryniPii in pruiNP of th Kiif;rnvinD. Many who tpppivp it. wty Hmv would mt part w lh it lor Ipii titui'M lb pot, if they poiil'l not pntfiira anothpr. ('iprKyuifii anil Clinn h Koeji'tip nnpplipd in qimntl Hpn of not Iuhh than 'in iopip ut h tiim1, on vnry ltUr ul utmih. 'IVruin for onprnpy, ft nnd 4 li'ttpr fttampx, or Ave ropiPM for ' iihout MiainpH. For a h-ttpr of njrpni-y PtMtinn ihi'I Utiiim, and one popy, 91 and l Ipttpr ptunpK, mpiiI in Htronic mil hy rviur'n mail, with a dp iM-riplion. If $4 or nmrp in pnt m a h'ltpr, ffpt a rtraft, r Iihvp Hip Ipttpr rptfii-tpn-d. WntoHiP Nuiiie, Town, 1'.uuiy ttudtt pimtilv. AiMrpNN ti. U. t'OLTUN. No. ;t7 I'ark Row, N Y. jylldnwIU I'. O. Hox :t3Ul. Printing Materials. Type and Stereotype Foundry It. ALLISON Kiti.t.. Mm. tOH Vlua Klreet, ( lllrinnall, Ohio. 1)UINTINII FKfXHKS, I'i.ni.., (hillov., Ai'. Ni'wn Hook, iui.l Joh 'I')'m. Ink. Hint Printing MHtfrnii. every .lrMriitioii. Hnui.l. hikI I'litlorii l-lti-r. ol VtlholIN .lyl.1.. STKHroTklNO of nil kiii.h. B.MlkH, Mil' HI.., I'llll'lli M.iti.'llie I'in'llollH, I.iiI.'In, Ji.Im, Wood 4'iil,eUt Ki.atruoTireiiioiiiuJI IU limiMiheH. tnvr Candies. to Lovers of Hood Things. IP yon waul yotir Inrty or WwliliiiK TiiUc iuoortite1 ith (JAKf'iS ANI 1'YliAMIDS lf everv .tewriitiotl, that fijin't I.- exi-.-lh'.!. Iuve your orvlrl. M MAKSI1AI.1, H, jyl" No. 443 Kiwi Tliii.l !., U.ju.o, I). iflv. t.i MAIIMIAl.l.FI. jyfil No. l!l, Kit.t Third at., ifeybn. 0. 1. 1 M AI. I, t'AK A kikmI HMNorlliient of Hnutllttitkoa kj kept eoimlMlillv on li.iinUI MAUSHAI.I.'M Jyi" No. KiihI Third .I., I'nylou, 0. Transportation. Ogdensburff & Oswego Route, Ktlll BllH'IDN, NKW YtlHK, THKV, AI.BANV, WilR (Ksl'KIt, LKWKI.I., I.AWHKNl'K, NAHIICA, liAl.KM, HKI.l.t ittX KAI.Ija AND ALL 1MINTH IN NKW KNi;,AMi. Navigation open to OadeMaburfla aa Oawatfu rpll R Nortliern TnuiHtMinttion Co'a flr.t-lMea 8'rew Hletinier ere ln-a nniKliitf ri-nulur lriM Lt.lHeaut'g- den.tioruh, IIhwi-ku, unit HIiioiiieiilN hvlhiM route Hill reoelvecaru anil lironint li.l.Hi-h, ami .Iii.k.i. can rely iiihui u low rat... of A.iiuht. to and noni thi KiimI hy any ottier line or rout. l.or ooiitnti't.or nirlhi-r iiifi.rnn.tioii, apply to Ji ill N HK'K!Nii,MA Htale htiot'l, Hi.atou. J. MKVKIW, lul llriaelviiiy New York. W. T. WiLaaa, A t., Toledo, Uluo. , j.lllHoid nxt. JL'LY 31, Ihso ti ksiiay, V City Matters. Traveler's Register. -Trlntrriy nml dnpurt from lh Union pnot, M follow.: 1 Mi'lNN.Tt. IIamilTON inn T. rrnw-A rri I V) a m , in ip m .Mitp m , MKip.m. Doiwrt: :(io.m., :m n.m..Vt p.m.. .w .m. M.i.i..r. Ijivt... .n i i.rn.ATi Arrlra: 1M l m.,ft::io p.m. I"tnrt: V:a urn., 6:iip.m. lTTi. nn MirmiA ArrlToi IMi, in., :IB p. m. v.iwrfc Bifto.rn.. IMA p.m. IIattiiw ANn Wmtm(t lnniADAiKiu.) Arrlrr: 11: .mi n:.m.,l:i.ni, Depart: g:4 .m., :4o. i i.ni. 0MMrii.it tun Miami (rt !iAAm.i) Arrlr: ll:iOM in.. A::iA p.m. !iHrt: i::.on.m., B in p.m. l.lTti.1 Miami, ( iil.t ia.i. ai Xnia Arrive: a-Kta. m :ir,. in , .H:;p. in. UpmuIs iM a. m., i a. in.. A: IS p. in. n lii.HnaMr mhi.tulli.lli.nlnliilMl .nji hy the i.th a. to. Irion, iiminI procure their tf-ket. Injure -4 p. m. The ticket ollii will not he oien for Ihriw Traveler's Register. Time of Closing Mails. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, June 11, 1860. I'ntil further notloo, mall, will eloaeat tliia of. u fi.lln.: Kor New York, l'h.lH..phla, ami New England .Slalea, daily eii-eot H Iny at U) . n. KorCmeltinatl, O., Knntern, We.tern, Northaro and Southern Mtntea, dully ex..'eit Hnndiiy at 7::w . a, and !:,! r. a. Korl Wttmhoa anil Znneayllle, 0., dally except flnn. dav at a:Mi a. a. Kor Xenia and Yellow ffprinir. at a;wi a, a. Kor Miami.l.irff. (Mrm.iitow n. rrnnklin. Itntnilton Fnton, ll., and Cotiner.vllle, lnd., daily except Hunilay ror Hprlnaflelil, (Mann, Tiftln, "andn.ky, Toho, t'levclHn.l, )., Kort Wayne, lnd., and Mtchigun, daily except Hiindny at H:1A a. m. Kor Kichitiond. f'nmliriilire, Oentrevllle, IndianaHilla, For tlr.H.nvllle, tl., l'nlon flty, WiiK'hc.ter, Mimk-e, and Jny t'ounty, lnd., dmly axeept Hiiniuiy at a:Ui a. a. For Trny, Covington, ri.ioa, Hulnev, W. Mary, and Fort Witvne. ilnllv exi'etil Mlinilnv at MlI r, a. h For rhion, Went Milton and Littlle York. Tue.dnr nnd Hatlinlny, nt T::kl A. a. or.iotuiNiinc, rtcw lieiMnon and Weat Alexandria. 1 MciMlny anil hnttinlny, ai 7::hi A. a. For :!iiylon, tlenlfe mid Ludlow. Fndnv of each w.k. nt B e. a. For f.cnlreville,I.lrtnon and Mn.nn.Tiieedny, Thura. dnv and Hntnrdny nt 2no a. tor nniiNiin and i iminiierNiMir, at l-.no a. luea- lnv and Kilt nrilnv. ror Tayloravdle, WiHtneadaya nnd Hntnrdny., at H:1A E. A. KING. P. M. V .lout now t,n miinnl h.oal !. lt.A """" """ ." .......n.. .a ..... ..o with tllO little Olicn nil ihp Htrentfl. mwl tlipv kcci up a cuiitiiitinl buzzing in tlio can of tlie pKHKtirH-llV. 8w5Tlie nntrnim to Saxdkhh' Osnlon, on tlio Kill outh of town, were not alone tlin rc cipintittt of tlio fnvorn of tlin Ut'gi mental Band lint pvnniiiir; their music HnAtod down ovit llic city, charming evpry lintiMinr, comMaing itio troubled antl pxcitctl npiritA of the popu- utrn into nn nirreoniiln mood, and innkinir the ornlilird eood huinort'd in Rpita of tlieuittilvnti. I he Hill is nn excellent Muml point tormume. Editor Kmnirr: Wo would auk wliy the city polio in not furnilied with piiekct dirotv torira nv thn cilvnuthoritPHf Wo iintlcrittnnd ono of the "Stnrn" trot loat on Hunilny morn ing, going to the hre, antl wan ennuiring ot thoe he met whnt nlrcet he wn onl NOZZLE. trjf'Vii' recommend the Knilillery e.lablish- nient of KKI.FKIt'll A Hud , 2d street, South side, between Mnin nnd .lefferiton, as a lint cliisn plaeo to buy middlua, liurneiw, trunks, and ail articles belonging to the buninoHS. They are clover men, thoroughly understand their bimineHS, and have the reputation of ma king tip-top work. llMTA wpHtern journal, in nVncribinir an ex traordinary full of1 meteoric atones, says that one large moss weighing lifty-two pounds, de Hoended "in an angling direction." Shade of l.nnk n nllon, what could it have been nnbing for? .S'n Vranrinco llerald. For suckers, of courso. tf&F AVc take pleasure in recommending to our readers the drover & linker Sewing Ma chine, as the prince of all machines. J he beauty, strength and elasticity of stitch, are acknowledged by all who have tried it to be superior to any in tne maraei. j ne new fam ily machine fur fifty dollars, making a stitch alike on both sides, is a general favorite, wherever it is known. Hii.'KET, 326, Third st, has the agency. Call and examine tliem. taoSTo. Gii.lis will superintend the Om nibus business to-morrow, and attend to those who desire to attend the darkee celebration on the County Fair Grounds. The 'busses will start from the Phillips House corner, toy Subscribers to the Daily and Weekly Kupiiik are comintr in ranidlv. and the nacres in our subscription books are being filled with the subxtantiitl evidences of the good will of the people, and their appreciation of ft fire cu terpriso. "Keep the bull rolling I" atajrAt it meeting of tho Oregon Fire Com pany lunt oveuing the regular monthly meet ing, and the first held since the 4th alter the truusactiou of tlio usuul business, the following resolutions were unanimously adupred: jsrmiierd, liiat wo ncreny tender our sin cere thanks to the ladies and citixens who attributed liberally to, and assisted at our miner on the lth ol July; and also to lr. Wai.iikn, who kindly guvo his hall for the oc casion. Keiulvetl, That the hearty thanks of this Company be presented Mr. S. A. Hkntikiihh, for the beautiful sign presented it on the -fill. [City papers copy.] Ik-irThe noted Kentucky agitator, Cahsii'8 M. Cut, arrived early this morning on bis way to Tillin. Owing to tho mistake of the Journal iu the tiineoi'his urrival, (juitea num ber of n'ople were assembled at tho Depot to get a look at him, while ho was at the "1'tiil lips," receiving bis friend). We only learned, by accident, that be was at the "l'liiliips," and on going over, Col. Hi'riiki.i. iu funned us that the ''old chief" had been awaiting our apiear unce with considerable impatience We were presented in due form by Mr. lltxxr, of the Uatelte, who seemed to be tho master of cer emonies. Clay shakes hands very like other men I The room was pretty well filled with admi rers and worshipers of tho man, and every body in the vicinity seemed anxious to get u sight of him. Among those who came to see and hear him, were many persons who a few years ago would have denounced his principles, and furnished eggs to smear kiiu 1 "Things if workin.' " If the Abolitionists keep on in the same ratio, it will not be lung until they will have every conservative uiau in the Re publican ranks converted to the true faith, as tuught by Clay, Oiiiiiimoh, liitiNXKmiort 4 Co. Jt was amusing to see the faithful and some who are not just j faithful slipping around, and cyphering aliout to get a sight of "old Cash; ' some of them doubtless feeling a deli cacy about obtruding into "the presence," while others, not finding him at the depot us iinl. linlicd, more than half believed the Jnunml liad been putting a "snake" on them, and played cautious peeking about, and looking sideways, as though they were looking for nothing in particular, but really looking very ludicrous all the time, without 'being aware of it Among the admirers we noticed our con servative Iriend, Tilos. Hhown. Jisq., Chuir mail of the Itep. Cent. Com., who, while mu lling wilh Cash a machine, would as soon be lieve the moon is made of green cheese as to believe his priuciplesl Among the worship H'ra, we noted our friend I.a whence, of the Tel tt cope, who not only goes the whole hog for the man, but swallows his principles as he would water. liut, we cannot further particularise. Old Cashihn came in the uncertain shallows of the early morn, had his say with his friends, and he has gone. He is growing old ; his bushy hair has become iiuitu gray, while his face is more florid, and his tall form more portly, than they were when when we first knew him. If is abolitionism, also, is becoming more in tense, and he savs he expects to live to see the day when all halfway Republicans will see the folly of their ways, and wad into the anti-slavery flood their full length. They are taking uig lessons about her. taf We had a vary" large market this morn ing. VegetaUem are offered at astonishingly low prices, when comred with olher years. saTA man who has fur a long while been teamster for lhin. Olwina, at Johnsville, eame to town yesterday with a load of flax seed, and an order for 20U on the bank here. He drew the cash, drove the team to the toll gate on the Katon Pike, and then put off. He has not since been heard from. KsT Some of our leisure men, and others wno are fond ot rational sport, when thev have the leisure, are now preparing a track east of the city for a drive. The place chosen is on what was formerly termed the "I'indlay Farm," just east Of the corporation line, anil comprises the ground between third and Irwin, Fintllay and Mh streets. A good deal of work is needed to level the track, and prepare it for horses and wagons. Parties are now solici ting contributions for those who delight in soch exercise and snort to assist in preparing the ground. We will be pleased to see tho fnace put in good condition, it will make a de ightful drive, and we predict that it will be come vastly popular. Hurry it along. t&" Diktrich started for New York the lat ter part of last week, and his leave-taking was I he signnl for a grand change in the programme aixiut the i'hillips ilouso Drug Store. "When the old cat's irone;" Ac. you know I It will be remembered by most of our readers that among the curiosities of Jaxi i aquarium were three large bull frogs. i ne largest ot tnese is a snorter, and is from Dark county. Another one of the three was medium sized, about a third smaller than the Dark countv lubber, and a very tiretty frog he was, too. Well, on Sunday night, the big fel low swallowed hit smaller companion I Mon strous, but true. Adisjiatch was sent to J ax a on Monday morning, in short informing him that the little frog was missing, and judging from tho appearance of tho big line, "as had rirme info Ihirkr rminlu f This was no doubt a great joko to Jake, but it was death to the irog ! Another. On Sunday a tadpole, which had been put iiuo.lhe, aquarium, fastened it self upon the biif stone in the hIbcc and pro ceeded to make his arrangements to change his appearance, doubtless intendinir to nut himself into such shape that Jake wouldn't know him on his return. Yesterday he pro duced two pairs of legs, but tho tail would stick out; this morning his toil had entirely disappeared he is now a very resiectahle style of frog, and looks just ns though nothing hud huppened I Divers other chunvea are nro- jocted, and if Jake don't come homo pretty buuii, uu won reuoguixe tilings. XtnSSinoA ftntnrilnv AvAiiiiw. lhn nnlt.... LH.. made a sorry drag of worthies vags. Some half a dozen cases of drunk and disorderly lonfern wnrn ltoforn tlio Mnvo ll.l. n..,..;.,, None of them had any money to pay fines and i . e .l . . 1 , . . mill iwo ui mo uuinocr, auoui wuosc pecuniary ability tho Mayor has hope, were Aont In Inn h.i.Lnri until iln... nn shnll order the discharge of their indebtedness ik. ..:.... r..... i . .ii. a. ton ',oo.n l.wuiU XIICJ UMII UlHlCriUliy shorten their stuy by hurrying up tho funds. One gentleman a tdever fellow, who got on a "little bust" Hntunlny evonlng, and de siring to test the rnne nf tii. lliirlmni. l.ln.ul away in the corporation. He whs held to ac- uiiiiiii uu. iiiurniiig, unu tne matter cost him nearly $10 by tho time the items were charg ed up. He will probably keep cool hereafter when the weather is ho warm; and he can t do it very well when full of hot liijuids. BearThn foltnwincr aner-.mit of flm umMn of Dayton people at the White Sulphur, we take from the Cincinnati Enquirer corre spondent, V uu. Dayton is "some : There is ouito a rivalrv pxiatinir W. l. twecn tho good people of Dayton and thus .. win juu, uiuhii;. Attn aeen ill lllB nail- room. in the attempts, of the ladiea tn nut dre.. each other. The younir men vie in ealiantrY. tho Indies in ennnintji (liil.irln il r.,a.la ... u very exciting game of ten-pins Btoddnrd, Sims, Dickev and J.owo, of Dayton, against McGregor, fcnyart, Withwell and Cuyler, of Cincinnati ; the loiter party had to toss the snomre. and nnv the winp (Snninnnti now challenges Dayton to a trial at billiards, the party not yet made up. I predict a butter re c rd fir our young mi n at the luttcr game. We'll see further about that billiurd busi ness. Our bovs don't oftan wade Where il i. too deep for 'em. ttaTW notice with pleasure tho efforts of some of our citixen to excel in their line of manufacture at the coming State Fair, to be bold in this city. M. Scrnkipkh, manufactu rer of rilies and shot guns, has completed a rille with a telescope sight, which will certain ly take the first premium under that head. Ho is also completing a splendid double bur- rel shot gun of the laminated steel the most cosuy nt gun composition winch will un-f uouiitemy attract mo attention of every sports man on the Fair ground. Mr. S. has the rep utation of being a superior workman, having taken a number of first premiums at our Slate Fairs. The rifle may be seen in his show window, Ohio Ulock, opposite, the Park. flay-Among the most oonlumntihle class of men are those who claim to hcloinr to the better class of society," and affect the man ners and put on the airs of their betters. This genus arc peculiarly well posted on travel, and are most generally fully up to the require ments, cuisine and otherwise, of every lead ing hotel iu this country and Kurnpe "iu a horn." To hear thoin talk, ynn would suppose that they took with them a retinue of servants who prepared their meals, dressed and un dressed them, and and took them out airing. liut we set down to aay something of what came under our observation at the "Phillips House" table t hote a day or two ngo. The entertainment was, as usual, most ex cellent It is not neccssnry to our present purpose that we describe the tablo, or ifive an epitome of its contents; the house is too well and favorably known to need any thing of the kind. Opposite to us sat two dandily dressed fellows, who, if wo could judge by their fre quent allusion to "ihe trmfo" at sundry points were what are termed "mercantile d.-nmmers;" a sort of human dogs that are sent out here by dry poods dealers east, lor tho purise of ropiiig-in verdant gentlemen who have been only one season in the tlry goods trade. They are estimated in their proper character at home, that of sneaks as they are; and they no more dare go into "good society" than a thief would think of making a confidant of tho Judge who is to preside over his trial. of tho "Phillips," and of the "execrable grub furnished; there were, no good hotels any where iu tho West; the "Ned" was a misera ble caravunsera, and the "llurnet" was a vul- cur lodging home with no accommodations or gentlemen I There had been a manifest improvement iu the "St. Nicholas" since thev commenced boarding there, but it was not up to the mark by a long ways, and when they got home again, and could avoid some of the annoyances and care of business, they would see what could be done for the "Ht Nicholas." There was much of this kind of talk, inter stiersod with "See here, waiter I Why in thunder don't you hurry up!" and like s-eutoul expressions, making themselves the "observed or all observer at table, and the sublets of very general and not complimentary thought. Now, the fact of the matter is lust this : Their hotel, when at home, is very unpretend ing and cheap, and could doubtless be set down into the dining mora of the Ht Nicholas, ana exalte no reman u it were not tor ttie general bad odor prevailing. Their manners very plainly indicated the kind of breeding they had got, as well as the style uf their liv ing. As a sample of this wa will slate that they helped themselves to nuts from the dish es, and cracked them with their teeth I If eastern merchants could prevail unon gentlemen, by paying them a decent salary, to coiue West to see to their interests, it would have the effect of elevating a profession drumming which, in present hands, is a nuisance which we intend hereafter to assist in abating. fT-Mr. OnDM, No. 1 Jefferson two doors below the corner of Market, just received a large lot of r.ew, ntlraetive useful article, in his line fountains, nnd sine baths, pumps, plain nml fancy, all styles of pipes, Ac. ; all of which he at the lowest cash rales, and will put up on me most reasonable terms. Hay The argument in the case of the R. I.. K. Road, r . T. C. MiTi nr.i.i, before a nencn ol iteierees, was closed Inst evening, Pktkr Oiii.im, F.sq., making the closing effor'. 1 he matter is now before tho Jtoferoes. It a ease in consiiiernuio interest., and the dict of Ihe rtcfisrect is looked to with interest hy the public. Btr Among the improveuienla on street, below 3d, entitled to public mention, aro those now in course of completion to resilience of John U. Lowk, Kjii., opponiln new i.utneran t nurcn. An additional story, with modern touches put upon the windows. cornice, etc., and so joined to the old when completed it will he impossible for uninitiated to lielicvo that a "slice has mado, is fully equivalent to a new houso ; its thousand and one advantages, associations, etc., etc., over a new structure, which we not learned to love as our home. We venture Mr. I would not now exchange his modern ized home for tho most jaunty mansion in wnoic country, "aJTWe are much gratified to note the spir it wnien is being mnnilested by our active, energetic younir men. in the formation of .ouiive ( ompany in this city. Wherever system nns neen tried It hns worked wonders iu the service, and we are pleased to see it augurated in this country. The system is tainly optter suited to the American than other soldier, and more nearly approaches effective system observed ill the war of K 'Volution. Let tho ouavo corns lie fully organizcu ancl put on drill at once. - Pacific Pii nii'. The Pacific Fire Compa ny of Ibis city will give a grand picnic at Si Kiti.ANn palls, (Hie most deliL' hlful n nee the country,) near tho D. ft M. Huilroud, I'ridny ot this week, Aunust 3d. Thev cordi ally invito their brother firemen, nnd all good citizens to loin witn lliem on the lestive occn sum, ns it is their determination to mako ono of the most agreenble excursions ever nro- jccieu nere or eisewnere. Davis martial and Cotillon baud will be attendance. No ardent spirits will bo allowed on ground. I he excursion will start from the Michigan Depot, anil those desiring to attend should there with llioir baskets by half past 7 o'clock, a. m. Tickets for Ihe round trip 25 cents, chil dren 10 cents, lo be had at the office of tho ft M. Com. (Journal copy.) Special Notices. rw - u mi uai la.aj jn, trriiraiii ftKa! Haifa HaJnani haa ropplvpd mora woitfhly lornpnipnta tlinn any othor ('outfit mpdieiuc Ufon pnl tlin. mifiipriiing H0 innna qf IMiymoina and f'lir Kymt'H, attpnting iln superiority ftix Hie mire of Con sumption tn all it vnrlotia tatfP.J. Jy.'tn rw WW AVlTl-y OIIP W KnOWi lllftl attSL (.porffp M. Baron A(!o,,Prm he hnutfht HtoliPHt Hptml .Spring lleda evpr oflpred to Hie put Jlojit the store ufM. OHM Kit, comer of Becoml nnd Main street. Dayton, Ohio. yliiw Bell & Everett State Convention The nnderrigned. State Exoctitive Committpe of Oomrtitiitioiml Uniott Party of Ohio, tn eonipliitncp with the wnerally exprtwaed views of the party In all part of the Statu, and in otaifmn to our owupotivirtiuni duty, hprelijr annoimoe that a MaitaCourrntion'of friend of Hell and irvervtt will he held in the Cirr riiiLicoTHR, cm ThurxUty the ltlA (toy of Augiuit hat, the purpose offopuipg an epcUrnl tickut Mud to pertco ijnr HtaUi orgHttiuiti()i), It la hoped that the friend of thin movement, with out refprenp to piiHt arty associations, as w 11 aa frfpndft of the diMitifniMtiPd ntuu't men HUd pa riot whom we propose lo remlpr a noiiliul Hiipport for next PrpMidpncy ami We PreMiderv-y, will attend Convention, even ftt soma porNonnl saprilk'e of rmiven ienoe, uiidanKltd In I iinugti rating a National Union Party in Ohio, whii'h shall 1m cWw'tuul Ui rhepk the tide apptlonal at rife and aniiito ily now aKltfiliiui the country antl thrttilpiiiiiff Hip wiMy of our luNtitntioii-i mid happiiieHsof our pople. t.IUiKHT KKNNRHV, Ohnirmaii. I.AK ANI'KltMrtN, W. I. PUiiMAHCO, JAM KM M- I-AMKI., .1. tl. I'llllJ.II'M, W. Y. HTKONtJ. JAMKH HALL. THOMAH KKIXKY, WIM.IAM CAHK, W. (i. WIl.UAMM, JOHN (IKAItY. J, N. HNYDKK, A. K. TIH'ltl', Oomuiillne. J. F. ClIARI.IUtWoMTH, hop'y, ly'sHId w An Ornament In KvtryKsnill)'.- ijK.'jr Tii new und beautiful art of TraimfprriiiK Colored or Plain KiiKravingN, Lithographs, AmhrotyHia pU, on to tllnsN, Mn rial cor Wood, apnt Ave to any address, on recpipt of cent or stainpH, to jylldnwml UE't. W.rLA:U,77&Hrl.lwny,N. Y. fc--i extra In the HaKiiPrreotype, Amhrotypeor IMiotoKniphip line lie adviHPd and go to MKr.IKHIM'K I'AI.ACR: I f ART, Harkpt IIoiihp. Hp Im tho only Artlitt enijfaMPl in this business. octfl Steam Printing House, HO MAIN HT It N V, T , I. K. KRLLT ii (0 PR0PR1KT0U8. The Proptiptor of I he Kmpiss having iiis.Jp very ex enniveaitditiuns to Hieir alrpiidy Urifo and vaned aa sortmeul uf yditu ant) )nt(inicii(af HoQ dgjics, Which, with the mldillonnl room nlHirded by the NKW "KM PI UK lUUMINa," Kender ua U.Uer in.pared tlian aver iu eaanuta avayy deMcnptloii uf LETTER-ritESS JOB TRIMIXU, Iu Ihe best style known to the Art. Our press tVilitios are the moti xtcniv4 in iMtyton, havmjjt in op, rat ion THREE STEAM POWER PRESSES, (two of Hie in Hits' fcinous Cylmler, Hie other one Adams' last patpnt,) piialsluiit us to Aimioli a large piitn her of iinpressiooa in a very short time. Krery kind of RAILROAD AND WUtfKUntL PBlXTlXtt, Kiei'Uted in a styla exxwHpd by no orh.e la the city. Buling nnd Binding dono to ordor. piUikera, Metvliau., MauunV'liirers lawyers, Busl otws Men hi stiort, everybiwly watiUiijt PiibUuif ueHtiy and ps)adiUuy pxei'UiAkHl, ail) tlo well loipvauaatuJI. HO Main StiMt, ,M4 lr fraM Market. TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. QUEBEC, July 30. (ADDITIONAL BY THE BOHEMIAN.) is ver Mnin the the that the been with have the a the in cer any the the th- in nn it in tho be D. Jr. in the Ol Hie ot Hie or for the to the thin uf the uf In the House of Lord, on the l?th. Ijird Brougham called attention to the case of a ne gro lady who was recently refused a first-class passage in a Cunard steamer, on the ground oi color, lie said tie had no doulit but thai damages could have been recovered if the mat ter had not been compromised. Uird noodhoule confirmed the news that 500 Christians had been massacred In Damas cus, and all the Consulate houses, with the ex ception 01 the ItrltiBh, had been burned. Tho fourteenth session of the International Stalistieal Congress opened in London, on the mm. I'eiegate. irom all parts of the world were present 1 he representations from the I nited States were Judge Iiongstrcot and Mr. Lawrence. Mr. Dallas was also present in Ihe midst of numerous distinguished euests. Ata preliminary meeting Mr. Milner (lihsnn wel coined the Congress in the name of the Brit ish (jovernment Prince Albert. President of tho Congress, delivered an appropriate in augural address. After the address tho fol lowing little incident occurred : Brotiirham seeing the American Minister present, said he hoped Mr. Dallas would forgive him for re minding him that there wa a negro present as a member of the Congress. This gave rise to loud laughter and cheering. Mr Dallas made no sign in response, but tho neirro in question, Dr. I Many, rose and returned thanks for the kind allusion which had been made to him and assured all present that he, too, wa a man. This wns greeted with renewed cheerino from nil parts of the hall. 1 ha second Neapolitan 1 lenipolonliarv to niirninia nno reaenca jurin. A .Neapolitan Minister had also reached Paris. A new Sicilian ministry had been formed. Sennr Introndato Arxi, the historian, and Se nor Emeranti am among the members, and Liigoin, ijtiiorta and Ursini continue in the cabinet A Naples telegraph says that a stronir and compact ministry would be immediately formed to carry out to their full extent the principles of the Constitution and Oovernment, audio watch over the interest of the nation. 1 ho latest news from Naples reports the ilismissal of the ministry. Commander De Murtino only would remain in the new Cabi net. Hkikit, June U. The attack of the Druses on the Christians at Damascus commenced nn the evening of tho 9th inst Several men were killed and many women carried off. The trench, Russian and Oreek Consuls took re fuge in the house of Ab del Katlrud, The at titude of tho Turkish authorities wns unde cisive and rather injurious than useful to the Christians. Three thousand Turkish soldiers arrived here to-dny. The fears of the Chris tians are redoubled, and Commissioners Derby nnd Norwich aro expected with impatience. Details to July 1 say it was then ascertain ed that the Druses had burned and pillaged 101 villages since the HTlh of May, while from 7,A00 to M,0m Christian inhabitants of Leban on, many of whom were wealthy ui'pu and all strangers to any thing like poverty, are home less beggnrs, depending upon charity for their daily bread. Over and alxivo the number of Christians shot in actual warfure, it is believed that (,iiuii or n.oiiu nave been butchered in cold blood. The massacre at Damascus was not known at this date, The most aickeninir details are given of the barbarities inflicted on all ages and sexes. A r rench vessel had teen sent to Latnkia. and was obliged to take up a position within firing distance of the town, in order to rest rain the lanniical portion of the inhabitants from committing further outrages. J he Austrian frigate Uadetsky bad been ordered to proceed to Syria to co-operate with vessels tit oilier powers there. (iretU (itfUMtiuu prevailed at Aleppo and Killus Ciy. Italy. tireat military camps are to be formed at about the end of August, in the neighborhood of Turin, Allesandria, Milan, Florence and Uulogna. J he .Minister of War, at iurin, find issued a notification, il firming all released ollicrs uf tho army that the necessiti: d cubing to- m a. al n to service has ceased. The Pope, in a consistory held on the !Hh inst, pronounced ail alterond, energetically protesting against the neiimnulcso liovern iiieut on account of the arrest and condemna tion of the Bishops of Pisa, Juiall, Faucea and Pisccnsia, approving the conduct of these iiisnojis, unu iiesiguuicu tue aniiexiion ol tue Duchies and Legations to Piedmont as a usurpation. Loudon. July In. I he funds have been lull, but without material variation. On tho 1 Till there was a slight improvement under the chancellor of the Kxchcqticr's tinunciul statement. The demand for money continues active, and the applications at the bank were numerous, although not so pressing as they have lieen. Additional failures in the leather trade con tinue to take place in Ihe provinces. The to tal failures are estimated ut 3, (100,000. Ily I i-lcKi-uph to IJlidolidcrry.l London, July la. A private telegram has been received in anticipation of the mail, the late of which is believed to be Hong hong, uly 7, which states the shipment to be 1,000, 000 pounds since the departure of the previ ous mail. The Ellen Roger had sailed with some new tea show no increase, Jh exports of silk were 6,700 bales. 1 rade at Shanghai wa susiended. The Rebels were investing Sou-Chou. As regards the war with England and France, it is snid that the Chinese aro resolved to fight J'arit, July 19. Tho Monileur, says that tho Sultan has addressed the following letter to the Emperor, dated July Hi. J have at Heart, mat your Majesty should know with what grief 1 have learned of the events in Syria. Let your Majesty be eonvinc- d that 1 shull employ nil my power lor estub- lishing security and order in Syria; that I shall severely punish the guilty jiarties whoever they may be, and render justice to all. In order to leave no doubt of my government, I have entrusted that imsirtanl mission to my Minister of Foreign Affairs, with whose pnnciples your Majesty is acquainted." IaiiiiIoii. Julu 19. It is reported iu Paris that the French (rovernment nod received a communication from St. Petersburg, express- llg tue uesiru in uuiuuu 10 aci in accoru wuu ranee and r.ngland in tue fji.t J he ftus- sian Cabinet reiterates its opinion that the re cent events now transpiring in the Kust, hold in susense the peace ol tlie wiirhl, and that the very existence of Turkey is at stake. I he I ayt seems to imply that more massa cres are iu contemplation, and thut the exci- rs ot the disturbances in nyria, have ramin- catlon with other part of the Ottoman Km- ure, that the events in nvne were only a pre lude to a formidable risfng of the Ottoman populace against the Christians, and that sin ister projects are stated to have been long since concocted by fanatical conspirators. 1 be fans correspondent of the Herald says that the 4,000 men collected at Zatslau have not embarked, as the dispatch of a lar ger foroe has been decided upon. I he steamer rw 1 orAr, troin INew lork. rrived off Cowe on Thursday morning. . BURLINGTON, Vt., July 30. Hon. Stephen A. Douglas arrived here at half past nine this morning. Ho was greeted by a large and enthusiastic collection of citi- seiis, aud escorted by the Howard Guards, and a large procession of carriages and citi lens on foot through the prinui pal street to the Town-Hall, where Mr. Saxe introduced him to the audience, 6,01(0 in number. Mr, Douglas responded iu short speech, expressive of his appreciation of the kind and honorable receptiou thus far given him in hi native Stale. After receiving hi frieuds a the American Hotel, Mr loogla left for Monlpelier on the half past seven train this morning. ST. JOSEPH, July 30 The Pony Express with date from San Francisco tj the 19th inst, arrived here this evening. The latest dales from St Iiuis, received at San t raneisco, give the new that the Haiti more i onvention uad Proken up in a row. Intense anxiety prevailed to know whnt fo! lowed. The Republicans regarded this news as so encouraging that they caused cannon to oe nrea. There is no California news of imnortniipa The official returns of the Orpiron election elect Shell (Dem.) to Congress, and leave the I legislature as heretofore reported, in all prob ability ccuring a Republican and popular mirereigniy iicmocraiic i niteu mate Mcnn mr. i ne wnoie numoer ol vote cast was 12,431, against 11,270 lata year. HALIFAX, July 31. The Priiio of Wale landed here to-dny at noon. 1 ne snnauron was oil the nort vealpr day. Royal salutes from the fleet and the batteries greeted him upon his arrival, while the people turned out In immense numbers to give Inm a cordial reception. Ho was pre semen won an autiress at tne docx yard. 11 wore a uniform of a Colonel in the army and rode on horseback to tho Government House. Ernoririnff from the tratea nf tl,A rL.ck . -...I the procession passed through a double file of troops and volunteer to tho Government House. J here were a number of triumphal arches erected in the streets, including ( utiurd's arc- with a steamship on the fop of it. The volun teer artillery arch, built of mililarv trot.hie. The Mayor . arch, Ihe Arch Bishop s arch, a very naniisome ecclesiastical arch, the Ma sonic arch and a numlier of other arches, nil ot which were beautifully decorated, f )n Ihe paradenhe firemen turned out with a trophy 50 feet high, surmounted by a eolansal figure noiuing a nose piprc iio.unu children of the schools also turned out in white and blue, and sung God save the Queen, All the public buildings, ns well as private ones, scnoois, sc., were splendidly decorated with flags, banners, transparencies and ever greens. jne Mayor of Montreald. Muvor of Boston and a considerable number of other Ameri cans were in attendance and were well re ceived. A pou ri ne rain to-niuht will nnslnonn the !.. -1 i l " ' iiimtiiucu iire-worKS. NEW YORK, July 31. Fowlers buildings on Nassau street, be tween Fnlton and American were nurtlnllv destroyed by fire last night Loss fttl,000, ot which Chas. Viniuir. print or, lost 10,000; T. W. Strong, publisher, $10, 000; Noonan, stationer, f.'i.OOO. Building owned by Rogers ft Taylor dnmuired ilO.000 Several other tenants suffered. KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind., July 31. The Republican mectinir here veslerdnv was very large. The number present was es timated at Ii lieen thousand. Speeches were mado bv Cassiu M. Clnv. Caleb H. Smith, Wm. Cumbaek and others. PHILADELPHIA, July 31. The Zouaves drill at the Academy of music to-night They leave for Baltimore on an ear ly train to-morrow morning. Physicians. MILS. L. D. THOMAS, M. I)., GRAM'ATE of Ihe Peim Medical University of the city orThilailctphln, nnd pnicli.inu plivsicimi ftir Ihe treatment of diocese of Moiueii and children. Ample rcS-rcnce. iri ven In Peyton on application. aaJ.nVe and residence No. 1 Jclk-raoii alnt, tw in tilth. jyMlnl T.J. KIMILKBKKuKR, M. D. HPniNOl'IKI.l) A DAYTON, O. DKVOTES particular attention to all Chronic Tin. eaaea of the CHEST AND EYE, And especially DlweKMem Incident to 1'einnleiK. -hVa in Dnrlon comer of First and Jefleraoa streets, with Ilr. Hheele. B)alfr. K. will lie in attendance at hisofflcein liny. .rytuewlay. vsinlwifm I-VH. A. E KKHT'M celebrated Kctoralive pit I J tern, for the cure ol pyicp.ia, Liver Ouiipliutit, IivlHllly, Hick Headachy, L. ol ApM-lite, and all tlie unpleasant svniplouis FulloaiiiK in if... train ol Indiges tion, with hill directions for their use, inav U. hail at J. W. Pielnch'a, I'hllllp. limine, ISiyKm. VVillmin Nc(. h.y'a, (ieriiianUiwtii Owen Hatfield, near Ontreville Minimal copv. JvtfUw House Furnishing. C0MM0 UIEESWARE. MOW dinphnrfiinfr at New York from shift "I.up ll Thoiuimon," a larffp stopk if t'ommon Karilifii Wun, diriM't (Vmn Hip PolteriP of HnitloriNlurp, Kiik Imid, ohIphhI pxpreMNy for Hun mnrkpl. Hie asnoit uipnt roiiHiHti, in jHirt, of thp following: Cuiiiniitii ('. V. and ltiiif.'il Tph-; ' " KdKwt I'IuIph; " " " I ihi4M; ' ' t'bamltprK and Jmjc; White Mtonp CofliPS, Ti-ai ami PIhIps; " Tra Hptt", t'ompWp; " hintipr " Toit Ware, with (fol.l Hmid; Tps and fhnnpr Wrr. fl.i iiirNTHY MKHt'HANIN. wialiiiifcto pun-haw hy the oriKiiial iia katfe, pun fralPM, -itrmmiii( hii iiMMortmput of all Hip above nttiupl Rood, and loiti'ti lower in price than to laiv from th hi..vp. Min h- aula in want of warp will pIpmmp mil ami pxtiiuiup tn tix k U'fore pundiMsing. .IM. T. Wul.K, myll ''Iprk's Huildiuit, Third t. QU.KENSW iVltli BARLOW & HECKLER, menaTKa a jib utuLxas im White tiranil Blonewairai Psarl Whit dot Common t4eenswor Yellow Esrtkawsr Irenes, gold toonsl Chlnoi " par wbllt t B.h.a.1.. a.d Am.vlr.a Gl...w.re, Iaohlsia; Ula.aeai Platea .ad Urltlaala War.i Caal Oil I.aaap. Aaaarleaai and Kwfjllak Table ( ntleryi raai aa Brlttaala apoona, roflV Mllla, C aadle.allrk.1 Kaathar Daatarai Paper ahadeai STHHT attention given to the HKTAII. TIUDi:, aiel many arta-le. reihiced In price. With our direct eoiiiinuiiH-aiioo. wiih it nt amy MAXi:FArritKtoi. and well knoau fai-ililie. tor lltl.UK I'UHIirtTIII.V. we feel conndetit (S bellis ennU.Ml to oA-r In.hicenieiiui . riin-liasere. OAKl.ow a 11 Kl K Lr.lt, J SO Kei-oiHl Ntrcet. )LATKI WAKK-lf you aanl as.Hat H.i.-.l Hs,n or Ko-k, we iMveeot I he in An' sale, and narrHiil Iheni to ln alial Ihev are at.ld for. Piale.1 ..o lino Cidl and gel a siod article. I1A1U.CIW IIKI KLEll, mv'il No. ;w.i and :Mm tvs-oitd si. trAlTliH We tiarealrw acta of a superior nrlii le 11 and a aeneral a.Norlmcol of mli , urui.. aliH-h we will sell at rediu-ed prn-es. IU8I.OW IlKl KLkR. myll No. law and law h.si,iid .1. afS) l-Ai .AHMWAHK We -ell Hskewell A L.oua' "l.l Hi. VJ riiliKileM raise TuuiUcns d.. a.ela Lelliouatla iw do: K nut Hlands; Pre.rie Iiishea; OolSela, CtianiiMusnioiil U me illasae.. Ac., Ac. HAKLllW A IIKl'KLKIt, wiyil as and .nwKwond at. JBUIT t'AN8 Ju revived an doaea Yellow Pruil Can., 140 do (.lass " allhcirka, P do ' " ' Un top; Our yellow can. are ehoka. burned aiai taaed, Sat su perior tw the ttrdiuary t-aik, jra BAKIX1W A HKCK1.KR Refrigerators, Ice-chests, smicK'8 ick ( trm rBKEiKRs, Bath Tubs, Mater (oolcrs, toilet Kt'TT, and HOt'lK Vl HsUSMIMU V t, D , At A W. Rll'l A ro.'N Vluve I'm iaihI Jaajl Hlore, lluauu Huil.in.Aj. liayioa. Commercial. Dayton Market. OFFICE OF THE DAILY EMPIRE, DAYTON, TUESDAY, JULY 31ST, 1860. DAYTON, TUESDAY, JULY 31ST, 1860. (Corrected daily by HARSHMAN & Bro., Jefferson street.) There are no material change In tha re port for to-dny, FLOUR Wholesale S,00. Retail be it brands .IS0. WHEAT 8.1c with downward tendentf Receipt fair. CORN. 35o and active. OATS. lrtc and declining. BARLEY. COfS-fi.'io, according to quality.' RYE 60c and active. HAY Old, 1 14 per tun; new, $9 per tun, FLAX-SEED GROCERIES, ETC. (Corrected for the Daily EMPIRE by Kneisly. McIntyre & Co., No. 313, Third st.) Rugar, firm; advanced o. Coffee, firm; advanced i to f e. We quote to-day; Coffee IS 16. Sugar firm at Kjr9J. Molasses, dull, and Ic lower at 4fi(a)47. Teas 35(V.M. Cheese 74)KI; Tobacco 20(440. Rice b6?M Prunes Bft9J. Candles 13. Soap 6(7. Whito Fish ft,2jfa5,50, Halve. Mackerel 9,0ikJ. 20,00 per barrel, aa (oquaN ity. Dried Apple flfSiS ier pound. nrooms f z,z(n z,4tl per do. Tallow K(,i;wj. Salt 1, 70 per hbt. Beans, White IDA per bu Butter 1 One, 12. Epgs7prH. Pepper 10a 11. Alspice lOfml I. Knisins 1 2,H 1 300. Valenlia do. 9Jf 10 per lb. Figs 10(,ill 1. Vinegar fifii9 per gallon. Lead liW7. Shot J1.90 per sack. Starch (ic. Ground Spices 35 per do. Tar l,2,W5,00 per bbl. Matches 20 per gross. Cotton Yarns 20 per lb. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, July 30. not es sentially; that made from old Wheat is scarce. and is wanted at very full rates, say t 76(n. A for fair lo good brands, but new Wheat im dull and hard tn sell at ft WOi.i AO. rtlllnhi Ihe market continues rather lull and heavy, though prices can not be called lower, sales of 1,1011 hr Is. at KiJ(aslfiic; th latter rule for wagon. GROCERIES The market is teady, with moderate demand: sales of Sugar at HJfojOJc Coffee at 1'ijpi'lttc, and Molasses at 44c. Vt HI'. A I 1 he offerings were more liberal. and the market was dull, but without any hangn in prices. We nuote prime while at t'" 1 03, and prime red at 90(.93. CORN The market is steady and the de mand fnirat 4(Xi tie. in bulk, sale l,40u bush, in bulk at 40c, l.Gllll do. at 4lc. OATS The supply is liberal end the mar ket dull and heavy at 30a for new and 3 lf.u l;"ic. for old; sales 1,200 bush, new at 30(Si31c. AO do from Lauding at 30c; 300 do. old and new from Landing nt 35c. It l h I he demand is fuirand market steady ot ti.'ifn littc for prime new and old; sales 100 bush, new at hoc BA KLEY The demand for new is limited. and the market dull at 73(i75c for rime, old is nominal. Chicago Market. CHICAGO, July 30. The Corn Market opened dull this mornin? at 421c for No. 1, but as a better feeling be came prevalent on 'Change an advance of e was gamed, the market closing quiet at 13c About 7.1,000 pushcls changed hands at 42JfiVi:h: for No. 1. 4.JfW 42cfor No. 2, and Wit 39c for rejected. J here is no change to notice in the Flour market Holders are anx ious to realize, and disposed to meet hovers in order to effect sules, still the murket remains dull anil almost neglected, especially by ship pers. Wheat was steady and a shade higher. The sales on 'Change comprised almost 20.0110 bushels at (I tor Nn. 2 White, tU.n l.llj for No. 1 Red, ltl(o il.'.c for No. 2 do, HO, for rejected, do 9- Jfo'9'2 for No. I spring; 90 oi 91c for No. 2, do 72f 73c for rejected da A few bags lots were sold a figures equal to tho uliove prices. Outs were quiet but firm. The new crop is expected within the next ten days, which will probubly tend to lower prices. A sale of a lot to arrive was reported at 25c in .lore. Rye continues ill good deinund both for shipment uud home consumption. Aland, i. IHil) bushels changed hands to-day at f2ot'. 53c iu store (part to arrive.) Il'irley dull and uoininul. Toledo Market. TOLEDO, July 30. a on lo the fact that some vessels have to complete cargoes to-day. Nothing is done in corn. RECEIPTS Flour 1 1X4 bids; Wheat 44, ir.i! bn: Corn 15, 191 bu. FI.GI R Sales 200 bbls Sou. O. XX at t 75. WHEAT Sales last evening 2000 bu red at 1.01; 075 bu do To-day's sales 5,500 bu red tl 00; 4000 bu, 1000 bu, 2000 bu and 1500 bu all al 1 1 Oil; 1000 bu red p. t ; 4,120 bu white at 1 05; 2000 bu do 1 05. CORN No sales reported. New York Market. [By Telegraph for the Daily Empire.] NEW YORK, July 31. FLOUR Receipt 6,007 bbls; market active; sale 1,300 at 5 05(nl5 10 for superior state; 4 'JOrt 5 00 superfine western; 5 00(a) 5 25 common to medium extra western; 5 15 fV,5 35 inferior to good shipping extra R II. O. RYE FI.Ol'R Steady at $3 50(,M 20. WHEAT Receipt 46.032 bu ; market better; sale 46,000 bu at 1 20..V1 22 for Mil waukee Club ; 1 25 for winter red wes tern ; 1 33(o; 1 35 for while western. RYE Steady at 81. BARLEY Nominal CORN Receipts 73,744 bu; market firm ; sales 96,000 bu at f.lJ(u,G2 for sound mixed western ; 65 for round yellow. PORK Quiet at 1H,25 for old mess; 19 00 for new. WHISKY Steady at 20. Millinery. rjplllS whole stuck of Millinary Good, comprta.ua' B0mCTi, tIBliOVS. VL0WKR. LACKS. raw Uaada, II a ad Ureaaaa, Ma has, Ac. .and a large neaortUHUt of I'ANOV ilOODH. Now in THE NEW YORK STORE, PHILLIPS HOUSE ronnertv pimdin tpd hy Mi. F R Liua. will beeoM out al 1XHT, hy pmatt aaks, uMd t-he .n wek ui bWp tpuilxpr, in ordrr U make umiiii lor a Imjiip aint finely Im IwhI iiivtiw't ti KALL i..ikhh, whtvlt aill optn Air ut hop. tn-su Hip hrl wpek in W-pf intaM-. Idwlipa wdl pteaw vail, as ititMU tmriraitis will ha oflar d H Jos' Aip ut for jvts.i.lu4. WoaTHiauvoa osutm.