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Tl'KSDAY, AVOIWT 14, 1H0 Voters! Read and judge for Yourselves! nm v' Vm-flWit tnon; nr v1 Nnthm nm; but Jttm n H KSTh'Uy AM V tr forth, n hnhit, r wWm, omrt nlthtmjh ttl n f'ntt Ntritn mnn, with t'rtfft tHntm prmctiJ', withtnnmt mthrmhnai tn th 4o. am wmoi i t ntToTKi to W'mrM rwTM," .Sfr ?. L. VnHAthyKmni th lit Krprtwttatiw, lt. l.VrrtiM HMrtM arnlr.1 ittf cannot stand, H.t thr (iovcrnment rAN.M'T RVTWHFi farma tifntW, Kntf4'fP hnlffiv. 1 do TH cxpwt the hou- th house tilhll but ld pet i ooaao tnhTi It will twome all one thniK. or all the other. father th opfmnt t(f fmrv tritl nrrrjzt thtmrthtr mnnd rf it, nmA jAte it whtrt thti jmtJtt mad th-iU rtnt in th b Jif thnt itiiSr roarm nf viltmnt erftsrftm; or tU ad vocates will rsih it forward till tt hsll hnoomo alike I ml in all the Wni old a well a mw, North aa well asHouth.' iiftroAnm rW rwA V Mv- "Ifa fT..Twoml a radical Republican, and In FVLLY u ' Iti hit det-ste with 1omkIrh he oomon roily u hi the hiijhi"t murk of ItpulVsmm, and he I man of will and nerve, and will not Im-Ic down from hia own assertions. Jlc iM no a ttmtjtromt rmvhitnt hf any msnm' TT nqirv, IXmgtam' pqwrt v jway, lstm. l th ivitolntinfM nf the wtv?,tlnn tat Chsa- with mij rn fnimtn, ni in m nwinmiM wi'ipwi ny i. rnnni nnd nMf HpntiH(Mn, wirn wnom i nTi or- hly co-oioritfl in m(niininK th innfijli in h-til in thru it--ll(nt oi.I."-H'i. . tkwTtti Let. tmr to S. Y. Hn4JiMm Ihmmitt, "I rotnicc thnt. Hlthonsh f nm not nAmlmtrnt mt mm- rm.Mttivt fuvl thM thv hnvw trmnnti o fmthful u r"int'nfntiT tn th fomina'onV"rt iw Ahrwhntn I.in- nun, t4 Hhn. (h, f.Wi tjrh fJU Qhimbu Attention! "Never-Sleeps!" Yon nrs hon-liy rpiiioirtol to meet Tuttday Ertnini), Ht 8 o'cliK'k, P.M., nt THE RANOHE, for tlii" purjxwc of orBnizinj, electing oflicor, drlpflin nnifortil, nnd ImsincM Ront'rttlljr. J8"C'omi!l ono nnd nil I "Democratic Songster." We expoot to havo tho "IVinwralic Song ster" ready for di'livcry, by tlio first of next wcuk. A wo slmll print but a snmll edition, Clul8 mid iiidividunlx wixbiii); ropica nro m- qiwstl U lrnve their ordrni nt the counting room of thin oni?c "Democratic Songster." Hon. C. L. Vallandigham in Ross and Highland. llj invitation of the peojile nt those points. our g:tlliiiit clmnipion Hon C. K VLI. hiitii tlA will o-blress the people of Hoss county, nt Chillicothe, W'tihitttlmj Ktenimj, Augiwt 1.1th - uiid of Ilinhlnnd on Thursday Keening, Au gust lhlh, nt HillslNirocih. Bay In nnothcr column will be found a letter from the O. W. S. S., which was minlaid for nevcral days, and was only resurrected th morning. We give it for tho rough corners it has, nnd for tho good, wholesome senlimimt it contains, ami which will always be fresh, no matter how long reserved. "A Model Man." Tho Sandusky Jifiislcr, one of the bitterest of the bitter Republican papers published in tho Western Reserve as ultra as the most ultra abolitionist could desire greets the nomination of Samuki. Crakiiirad, Esq., in the following langungo: "Mr. Craighead is represented as a model man, and should and mutt bo elected over his opponent It is a shame and disgrace to Ohio to nave Vnllnndigham in tho Congressional delegation. A welcome such as this from such a paper, is wuircalculuted to create the impression that the man thus greeted entertains opinions on political matters which meets with the appro bation of the editor of the paper. Is itpos sible that the Republican nominee for Congress in this District entertains views and sent! menu which find a response among the Re serve abolitionists thnthe advocates doctrines which the followers of Oinrusns endorse, and cnuscs them to regard him as a "model man 7. If he does not, why are they so anxious for Aselection? If there is not some sympathy between him and them, why do they declare thnt he "must be elected?" We can well understand their hntred for thi'JDeinocmticJ candidate. Mr. Vaixa-iiho mam, during his term of service, has given them Rullicient cause for disliking him. To be true to the Union and tho Constitution, to favor tho enforcement of the laws of the bind, to stand up for tho rights of au. sections of the country, as our Representative has, are siillicieut reasons to make him "a shame and disgrace" in the opinion of the Reservo Aboli tionists. Their ulntac, however, is evidence to the conservative p-;nplo of this District, that Mr. Vai.i.aniiuiii am has performed his duty as he should, while their praise, on the other hand, would be but proof that he had forsaken the true path of a conservative man. We tkunk i&utlleyhter for its nuiutentionnl evidence of the conservatism, of our candidate. " Such articles on the part of the Reserve Republican press will be more powerful in favor of our candidate among the conserva tive voters of the 3d District, than were it to furnish column after column of such endorse ments as it bestows upon Mr.' Ceakihiad. Let the people of this District remember the fact that the Abolition press of the Reserve oppose the election of the Democratic candi date, while nt the same time they urge the election of the Republican nominee. ' A Nomination "fit to be made." Decidedly the best, nomination made by the - Republican county Convention on last Satur day, was that of Hskry S. Fowi.er, Esq., for l'ork Inspector. . Having boon in the hard ware business for many years, his qualifica tions for the arduous post to which it is the desire of his friends now to ' elevate him, are undoubtedly of tho very first order. Pork to lie insectod being generally put up in barrels, it is very essential for the candidate for that otSce to know the price of hoop iron, and bin ges; for the whole thing turns on the latter. His principal competitor, wo understand, was BtNJAMis F. Gump, a young gentleman who ' is well and favorably known for his ready tal ent at detecting bad bank bills, (at the State Bank) from whence the Cuuveution (a res pectable minority of it at least) inferred very correctly his capacity to smell out bad pork. It is said that Mr. Gump takes his defeat hard, having lost eleven pouuds since Saturday. His generous and successful competitor, how ever, has endeavored to assuage his grief, by " a proposition which we are bound to admit displays a magnanimity but too rare amongst the aspirants for ollioe -he agrees to perform the duties of the otlice for the honor alone, leaving all the projilt to his less popular and disconsolate rival The proceedings of the Convention will be given to-morrow. 1 nere was too mucu rati fication on Saturday night to afford us the fa- cilites for putting the proceedings in type. JournM, yetteraay. What's the matter, neighbor, that you didu' give them this morning. Do you lack "fa cilities" or inclination T " Democratic Central Committee. tr. The members of the Democratic Central Committee of Montgomery eontjr sre re quested to meet at the Eum office, on Thur day evening, August 16, lftfiO, at 8 o'clock. By order. " . - Executive Committee of "Dayton Democratic Campaign Club." The members of tho Eirerutive Committee of tho"l)nytnn Democratic Campaign Club," are requested to meet at the Kmtirs office, on IhunKlar evening. August IB, IH6I), at 8 o- clock. By order. Bell-Everett Meeting in Germantown. lowit, In another place will he found the proceed' ings of the UkmKverrtt meeting in German. town on Saturday evening. A Hkm.-Evirktt Club was formed on tho occasion, nnd they are thoroughly organised for the eamprngn. What the party there lacks in numliers it mnkes up in pluck. Thej nro growing in strengtn, we are assured, unily, and will pre sent a very respectable vote next full Hon. Wm. Allen. The Democracy ot the Ul District have nominated for reflection to Congress lion, WV Aui.su. We are glad thnt such is the case. We know him personally, ami can bear testimony to his worth nnd integrity aa a man, and his devotion to the principles of Democra cy. That he will be re elected, as he nVservoH to be, we cannot doubt; and thnt, too, by a good mnjority. Newspaper Change. A change has recently taken place in the proprietorship of the Cincinnnti Kiuptirer- Mr. Wasiiinoton McLcan, who has been con nected with it for ten years pnst, going out. The proprietors are now J.J. Fa has, S. B. W. M Lkax, 0. M. D. Kiass nnd J. W. Wki.minu ton. There is no chango of management or the political complexion of tho pn jht. Belmont County. The Democracy of Belmont county hnve nominated an excellent county ticket The Convention was largo nnd harmonious, nnd the Gazette says the party will lie united in that county at the Octolwr election. Muskingum County. The Democracy of Muskingum county have mode their local nominations. The Convcn tion was largo and harmonious, and the ticket nominated is an excellent tine. The Aurora says it will receivo the united supKrt of the party. Meeting in Mad River Township. Mhlp. ., Tho Democracy of Mad River township will have a meeting This Evening nt tho 1st toll gate on tho Vnlley Piko, near the city. Ad dresses will be delivered by Hon 0. W. Houk, A V. Hofeb, and J. A. Jordan, Ksqs. Tho Democracy from tho city are cordially invited to be present Lincoln's Speech. copy following report of Mr. Lincoln's speech nt tno recent great demonstration at HpriniMielu. Tho careful readers will mark the difference between it and the speeches of Douglas. Mr. Lincoln said: "I have appeared amongst you on this oc casion with no intention ot muking a speech it has been my intention since I have bee placed in my present position, to make no speeches; but this assemblage having been drawn together at the place of my residence, and since it appeared to be the wish of those constituting this vast assemblage to see me and it is certainly my wish to see all of you I great cheers nnd applause J 1 appear upon tne ground here at tins time only tor tlio jiu pose of seeing yon and enabling you to sec me. "I confess with gratitude lie it understood that I did not supiose that my appearance among you would create the tumult which 1 B'w witness. I Renewed cheers. I nm pro foundly grntcful for this manifestation of your feelings. I nm grateful because it is a trili Dte such as can be paid to-no man as a man. Applause. It is a proof that four years hence you will make a like manifestation to the next man who is tho representative of the truth on the questions thnt now agitate the public. Cheers. It is an evidence that you will fight for this caise then as you now fight r it, nnd even stronp;or than you now hulit though I be dead and gone. I most profound ly thank you. 'Having said this. let me now say that it is my wish that you hear the publio discussions by others of our friends, here for tho purpose of addressing you, and let me be silent" WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS GOSSIP. [Special correspondence Daily Empire.] OHIO W. S. S., August 6, 1860. Ed. Empire: -This establishment is in full blast, and full of people of almost cVcry grade, age, and condition; from tlio child in arms to the venerable Ex-Governor. Among the late arrivals I take the liberty of mentioning the following without wishing to be personal: A. Pea Green, the genteel dry goods Clerk; Mr. Cash, the Banker, Mr. Smart,' the Speculator, tho Hon. Mr. Pur chase, the Politician, and L A. M. Some, the retired Butcher. Also, Miss Silverspoou, the Broker's daughter, Miss Prim, whose aire is uncertain, and Mrs. Strong who left her hus band at home to take care of the children. There are others whom I would like to men tion, but the want of space forbids. Tho la dies are all young and vory beautiful, and the gentlemen are all right and very honorable as ong as uiey have the necessary eagles. ' It is astonishing to see the importance many assume on arriving here. Many are counter- tcit, and some not nt to encounter. Merit with modesty stands no chance of acknowl edgment, but brass without brains pushes itself forward and is received with' ope a arms by snobbish pretension. , There is considerable rivalry hero between the ladies of Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, and the Cincinnati corresiiondonU claim that Cincinnati tarnishes superior men, while I claim the superiority lor the ladies ot Day ton in point of beauty, intelligence, and L'ood manners, uur Dayton Indies possess more beauty and less brass; more intelligence and less pretension; and more taste, refinement, and education. : Aa an incident to prove my convictions I bsw a Cincinnati belle (while standing on the floor to dance,) wipe her noso several times with the bock ot her handl Dayton has not done her bust ' There are several who wore here last year that would cap tne climax it they were to arrive just now, although we have that Little witch, the "Blue uyea uaby jMiite. A new niece of music, entitled the "White Sulphur ScbottuHihe," vomiosed by Mrs. Dr. acnuitz, of Cincinnati, is receiving much ap plause, and any one who can stand still while it is being played has no music in his soul and nover ought to have. . We hail fine display of fireworks Saturday and Monday evenings. Kx-Gov. Chase and daughter, arriveilghere yesterday. ' - - ; .. . .. . The Chicago Zouaves are expected here, and when they come 1 will let you know telegraph and write the imrticulurs by mail. "Onc iv a Wuu.K." [For the Empire.] Bell and Everett Meeting at Germantown. mnnlewn. The Constitutional 1'nion rmrtv of German Township held a meeting in the Town Hall, at (lermantown, on Satnrdny evening, August II, !"", lor tne purpose oi organising a iten and Kverett Club, and to give an expression nf their approval of the nominations of the union candidates lor the oiticesot 1'resident and Vice President B. O. Hawkins, Ksn., was chosen Chairman, and Wit, (li'NCKRL, Seoretary. The venerable Chairman, son of the Old Dominion, and a lito long n hig. on taking his seat stated the object of the meeting1 in a few brief, but per tinent remarks, which produced a good effect upon the audience, lie stated, among other things, that "we art all brothers V and honed nil present would consider this troth. One of the speakers alterwards relcrred to this nohle sentiment of the Union party, and expressed the wish that it might have a universal bearing. and thnt the American people North and South would regard each other in tlio livid of one common brotherhood. Tho Ilnll, hich is a simcinns one, wns well filled with enthusiastic friends of tho "Constitution, the L n ion and the enforcement of the Laws, and although there were a few Sectional 'Ms occupying uneasy seats in tho vast crowd there seemed but one sentiment to pervade tho minds of all, and not a dissenting voue was heard in the adoption of the Resolutions. The Committee on resolutions, consisting of A. McCnllv and ('. fcmnek and W. Ounekel after having retired for a season ,-etura d and presented the following which were imam RESOLUTIONS. Wiikreah, 1 he object wo hnve in view an tho organization of a "Union Club" in this township, is to conccntrnto the influence of all nahnnat, pafnohe and Umon-Uirtnif citmens, thereby to cultivate, develojiennil disseminate sentiments of! republican feeling of attach ment to our whole country, its history, i s (institution, nnd its laws; end Whereas, lo maintain tho Union of the States against all attempts to weaken or subvert it, especially by nny local or sectional differences, we must enjoy non-mtertorenco, with inn guaranteed rights ot the several Btatcs; thcrelore, jiesowea, i nni., in ino opinion oi nun nun nir. the several obiects contemplated ill tle irL'unizutinn of tho Constitutional Union Par ty are such as the necessities of the times re- , r - 1 i IT..!. 1 ipnrrf, siien ns ine irienus tn me eimm nun jiuil rights demand, nnd such ns nil patriots ill not onlv feel themselves justified in sup porting, butobligntedto keep forward in every isissiblo wav. Jicsolved, That wo heartily ratify the nomi nations ol John Hki.i., ol Icnnessec, lor 1'res ident. and Kiiwarii Lvkrktt.oI Massachusetts, for Vice-President, as distinguished patriots, able and experienced statesmen, awl lifii-long supiiorters ol the "Constitution, tne union, ami uio eniorceniciii, oi m ijiiwn. . ..I . r .i i ' i horn noro have or can raise a valid objection. Hcsnlved. That we nro in favor of tho Un on as it is, and opposed to tho efforts of nil sectionnlists and others to wcunen, undermine or destroy it Jicsolved. I hnt we earnestly support ii Constitution, with all its provisions and com promises, as intended and well calculated to protect andsupjiortour national industry, pros perity, and independence. Jicsolved, That tho agitation of the Slavery question, either for tho protection or proven tion of Slavery by Congress can have no ma terial effect on the subject, is entirely unnec essary in the present slate of tho country and its Territories, tending greatly to excite section al divisions merely to promote the ambitious or dangerous views ol designing men, and en danger the safety of tho Union, and ought, therefore, to bedisconntenanciMt and frowned down by every friend of his country. Jicsolved. Thnt should the Stato Convcn tion which is to bo held at Chillicotho on the ICth inst, present to the Union electors of this State on electoral ticket by which wo can give our support to John Hell for President and Edward Everett for Vice President, wo pledge our every effort to secure thoir election to suid offices. " Resolved. Thnt the Secretary be instructed tn'corrcspond with the various Union Chilis of inis Ollgrcssionm uiairiut wim uiu tiu. vi making suitable arrangements for the holding of a mass ratification meeting somewhere in the District Tho 8omo committee also presented a Constitution for the organization of a Union Club, which being read, wns adopted. It contains the usual provisions for such an organization, defining the officers to be appointed und their duties, with the following significant pream ble: "We recognize as our only platform, the Constitution of the country, the Union of tho States, anil the enforcement of the laws. Wo pledge ourselves to maintain, protect and defend, separately and unitedly, these great principles of public liberty and national 8alety. "We regard John Bei.i,, of Tennessee, for President and Edward Evkrett, of Massa chusetts, for Vice President, as exponents of . i- .. i i wi.: our principle! houiiu uuu iricu hiiib statesmen renowned throughout the country for their virtues, for their commanding intel lectual endowments, for their long experience in public utl'uirs, and for their public services as Governors, as Senators, as Cabinet Minis ters and diplomatists, and find in them the proper representatives of the conservative clement of the country, and we cordially ap prove of their nomination for President nnd Vico President of these United States." . While the committee ou resolutions was out, G. Kknnkdy, Esq., of Dayton, addressed tho meeting in his usual pleasant and unas suming manner, giving very general satisfac tion. Ho guve assurance of strong faith in the principles of the Constitutional Union party, aud in the triumph of the conservative element in the election of Bell and Ever ett. ' After the adoption of the Constitution it was, on motion, Jicsolved, That a committee of three be ap pointed to confer with similar committees of other union uiuos in the county, lor the pur pose of apiHHQting a Central Committee for the county. The following delegates were appointed attend the State Convention to bo held Chillicothe ou the liith inst, to-wik G Kenne dy, T. O. Lowe, of Dayton; John M. Boll, of liurrison; J. Johnson, jr., of Butler; W. 11. Steele, of Jackson and W. Gunckcl, of Ger man; C. K Clarke, W, B. Pease, A. McCully, D. Bchaettur, and B. G. Hawkins. On motion, the meeting adjourned to meet again at the same place ou the evening of the B. G. Ch'n. W. GUNCKEL, Sec. [Gazette and Journal copy.] Accession to our Ranks--Dr. P. Beeman. by , !lnna yohoar the tilottan, 'Tin Imdula. aud his men." Every day we hear of accessions to our cauac from different parts of the country. . The moat important and significant of any which we hare heard is that of Ur. P. Beeman. This een- tlcman made a speech before the Democratic Club on last Friday evening, being the first time in his life he said, of ever advocating the cluims'of any Democrat for ofhee or maiii tuitiing Democratic principles. In 1850 was the Fillmore caudidato for Congress this District, and received, if we are not mis taken, between 1000 and 1500 votes. Ho has always acted and voted with the Opposition, and his accession to our ranks will have powerful influence upon the minds ot the wavering and undecided. The Doctor will stump the county for Douglas and Johnson and the whole Democratic, ticket, and da he honorably can U promote the election same, tie maae an auie ana logical speecn before the Club on lust I' nday eveuing, vin dicating1 and defending the principle of Popu lar Sovereirntv in the strongest terms. When such stranire things occur what may we not expect Depend upon it, Republicanism dying nut and Douglas is bound to trtuiupn over ail opposiUou, 6iany ucmocrat. W. V.A V REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR rkKHinitNT: HTKP1IMN' A. IOimr,AH, FOR VICE-riiKHIMtNT: HKUHOHKsM V. JOHNSON, or arauiA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR HUt'KKME Jt'PflR, THOMAS J. H. HMITII, or frmnflillT. TOR ATTIIRNKT 0KNRP.AL, I. W. 8TAM IIAUG 1 1, pr TCSTAKAWAN. VOK MKMIIHR UK HOARD Or IMIHMO WORKS, AliNKIl Ii. BACKUS, ur tecAt. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Ml Till ftTATI AT lAftlll. HUlurillM MKVKIt, of Wiirk TminlT. WiLMAM B, W Mln, of I, ktn Ommiy, ,i limTmif ri.EtT"Mi. t IMsinel-J. ri.Kj. f llMTiiHmi wnntjr. tot " John UriiiPr.of MnmHu oonntjr. Mr.1 ' Jacob II. Kmw, trf I'rclsltM-ounty. 4th " Hii.au H W of Htiltvuountr. Mh " Kiwari) Hiiitrrim.D, nf llonrjr rounty. nth " lSrwTuH A. I'kvour, ot Mruwn poumy 7th Hnht 0. fWMMH.nf ruv'lU rnimf.y. 8th " 4lKMHl r. HTAYMAW,l.n.'lltW(WPM'1inty. Wh f'HUMTKE MOTT, llf WyAlltloUA f(rtllUjT. lHh John It. .Iahm, rf .livi kon ootmiy. 11th JaWM. UlU.RR, f M.MKK IMHIlUy. tvtth Hanml 1. TKt itt Knmkhnt'otiiitT. l:ith " W i i.i.i a IH'kmh, nf Kn.-fomUy. 1 it h " Wvnm Kri.limhi, cf AhIiIhikI isnmlv. IMh " Nk hi.h K. of llntinom-oitn'T. I nth " hum I.AtMA, of Wnhim.n romtty. 17th M Wiijmhi H. K rKwnw, tf lU'lMiimtcMinty. lxth " lrtRAKl. P. Cartkb, of HnntinitiNtiinly. I'Mti I'maim kn II. AirAMrt, nf Luke comity. Wh llK-iniii A. Howarii, of AHhtnlmtii. Ulrtt lRv.WR WKIWTtm. uf JotlvrttO.l. FOR roN.JHRHH, a. I.. VAI.UNIIOIIAM,t of MOMTUuMEUr. INDEPENDENT. FOR JUIHJK OF TH K HPI'IC'UOR OOtMlT, DAN I I'M A. IIAYNKS. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. thri foinnrnitriaf Mnntironwry county nro ri-(iw" wl to mwi niih itrnwl pltw of holding cli-tiorH in tlif wvcrnl Towrirli)a Hi tho comity, fttwl (n w h of (Ik- WanlH in tho city of iHiyton, OS HATUIWAY, A1U1HHT IH, iKfiO. At 3 oVIork p. m.in thonoToml Townships, nnloVJk n. in. tn Mwh WurrI in Itoyton. for tho piiriMfo of chmw- ing lhlKnU U p-prrwul tlrom in County tionvPiiUon, t4tsrhcl(l atth lniocrAtra IUuhjIks now in pruceM of orortion In lliyton, ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1860. Koch Townnhip in im-ortlnnco wilh fortner mien (f Onnvratinnfi will hntitlcI to fight, nml rarh Wnnl in Dayton to two IctcKitbu. Hy unnnimotiH ntfroomont of tlCVntnil Cumitjiltoc of PrcMp, lititlor niul Mont((omcry cniiiitiAM, iw well nt tho uiiiuiiinouH lnirt)of tho lkiiKxirwy of thn Itintrict, Hon. MTHENT Ii. VALLANDIfin AM, OUT prcHOtlt llhlo Mid olfU'icnt UcprowntnliTO, Iioh hoon doclKnl tho Iemo (mtic ciinilitlHto ftr (;onKnH, by wclimintion. onlor of tho JONATHAN KENNEY, Chairman. GOOD DOCUMENTS FOR THE CAMPAIGN! The iropriotom of Hip linyun Fmpihs ilcniKii piih liHluiiff thrtlv ftnunllror imlitK'ul iliH-umciitH, huiIii- Mo fitr diHtnlmlion in tlio ciiiiihiikii, at tlio following 4 imiiu dwuniontfl, nor humlnl t 4 ' " tlioiiHjuiil 3 U) 5 " " ' biiln 1 (Hi S ' ' " tlllMIHllll.l B (l IS " " " hiimlpnl 1 as la " " " ihoiiwuid S Mi In " " limi'lntl t ill " " tliou-iunl 11 Those prii-fs nrea.1 pliciip im thn tliH-umfiitn can I" piltrliitHpil in Wiu.inijtull. Among llm U.KMttlU'nlrt U' rcwlv nelwT.l, nrr: , I. Htieucluu is" Hotiijlas at Hunker Hill unit Simitngn Hpnnc. ii. i no rinirnrma ivinpii ny ino mur pnnios DomocTnllo, Hiition, Ritilipftn nml I'nion. HI. liHK'oln Hih mipxrioni nml rintform; mini' nosoil ontiroly extrwtM from Uio mimmh-Iioh nnl wri- hum ui iiii'ii now prouinwiii-iii hiivochiiiiu ihh i-iiv'iion. OnlorH frnin a distance sro tKiliciUHl. mid will be uroninllv HltcndiHl to. Tlie various tnwnnhin clitrw fn Mimtmniurv cnuntv arc hio noni-iit'ii io mmi in nnirrH. The money in oil eaac must accvmjmnij Uw. urtler. Democratic Clubs in Montgomery Co. Pattos URMnmATri OLira, officers: President J. .Ionian: Vice lroaid Mita, A. V. Holer mid W. II. Oil. Inapie; '1 reaHllrer, Wm. llHikoy; Heerouinea, John A. incKcy , miciiaci uarifrry; Kxeeinivo (-.ommiueo, . M. Avrca. Ilr. J. A. Uultj.n. Jn.liro J II Ilju'tmtt -Innn. Ihiin Kenny, A. V. Holer and T. F. Thresher. Meela weniieautiy himi nalenmy eveninKa, ta liemocratic lteadin Honni, on JclleriHin Htret. , KIias IlmfloruTte (TtllB.', Vnkteroill. Wtu)unutim Tiivmxhip Olticera: PrcHidciit, M. Hwadeiierl Vice tr.Hidclil,.laiiieaHliiiim'll: Treanurer. John Norria: 84.- relary, John Mctlrew. KseiMilivo Committee: Jlr W. .lamea, M. .1 Hwadnor and Alexander Tavlor. lul nteet i-vory other Hatimliiy night, ti"Tamuiany Hall," u,ioMrviiio. llaioN Natiosal nsMOTKATio Otus." Vnvm. Rnn- ilh TtwHHhip OIHr-erw: ir. H. llawkina, lJnHldent; n-nry wnoll, vice freaident; nr. 11. Bwiuider, Treiw- urer; Theo. J. Eby, Hi.retnry. rto time of meeting mentioned in proeoedinga. Mondtbb Douqlai Olub." IVim Hutch ITftM. Vim Rttrrn 'Itipnhin IJihcera: I'retiidelit. I' II. Iimr. ir.: Vice Prcaident.A. J.shrovcr;Trcaaurcr.jolin ilutiimej: Hecrelnry, J. M. Ix-revi'r. Clnti nie,-t once a week. llr.M(H'KATie ri.eii." Unn-iMtn "livnhtn I Hiiccph: President, II. O. Fitch: Vice l'reaidoilt, Moaea Maroilla: Hecri-lary, W. H. Ilcllville: Tei.-aurer, eo. Wogamiui. Rxwnuve i.omniun, jaeun nittu-r, i;eore uiirlia. la-uiu NerT, J. II. Md'larv, Wm. .1. M. Ilalcla lder. ('lull niecta every Tliiinumy evuning, altornutuly in iiuyiun v low anil miaini uiy. eYnewO llteaoKV 'Cum." Jntfon-JOffleera: Preai. lent. L. I.. Uillcland: Vice Preaitlenta. John Hnmhmia. Win. Tumor: TroualtrerJoa. Kwialer: Hv.n,tarii.a.('leni- ent L. tlaiimulim J. K. Itellmeyer. Meeta every 'Diunt- Cluh. . iav eveuui!E..w suun niaiaia aa lnav bo dosiimuu! bv the II.UU1I DaitOCKAe Ol.im. fimtam nflienra. Proa. ident, John H. Huipiadman; Vien tYeaidenta, Norninn i(Ove, rraneui itilaaong; nocrelanea, A. o. Maraliall, Wm." Leoelianl; Taanauwr. Daniel Thorn. Meeta at l'ook's Hall, comer of Wayne and ltichard atriaita every Uaturdiiy evtniiig, at s o ulot-k. "ImKH I iKM'M'Binr Cum. ItauttM Offliwn: Preai- dent, Jolui Crowe; Vawi Preaidenta, Jamea Kelly and M. Treaalirer. John hlnrlock: Heen.briia. V. O'ConneU, Jamua Cniiinry, Cluh meeta every Vriday evoniug, at Nion'a Hull, oomor Firat aud tSL Clair sUi. Doem.AH Popclas Hovbbeiohtt Olub." llamihun. RmulUvk 7imjAin Olncera: PreaidenL O. J. Jackaoii: Vice l'n-Hident, J. K. MeCarter; Hocrubiry, David K. Bauer; Treuaurer, Chnafeinher Hen. ItotiouH liMOCBATio Clud." tiTOiffrMltta. JarJcmm TncnAhiu (InVora: Preaiilcnt. John F. tiniaa: Vine Preaidcnt, C. Miiaaelman and ii. W. Mover. Treaaim.r. J. F. Thomnaon; Hivretariea, Khhu Tuomiwoll. and Uavld Furry. Meets onoo a week. "CHARGE ALONG THE LINE!" HOS. C. 1. YAUANDIOHAM, 1 Democratic Cantlltlate for ConirrcM Will nddrorM the pxpie at the following timo and phwOH: Aini iunuiii i rnj, niiwinn aokiihi ihi, at i o mni'K. At KlUNKIiltl, Wuirou couhlv. TuoMdav. Auuunt 21t, at T n'l hx-k. At ('A M I'KN, I'retile county, weanowlny, Avwitit 32d, at 7 o'olook. At WKHT KLKTON, Rntunlnv, Bvptoinlior titli, at 1 o'clook. A rliM hk'kory ikjIo will fo rainod. At WEHT AI.KXaNIHUA, county, Thurs- diiy, AniniMt :mth, at H o'olo!k. ai I'll i lAsi ifiitv mi, lay Towiittnip.j on inursuay, Auiirit -it nt 1 o'clock. At UUUTON, Indiiuia, (uoar tho ProUo lino) Frttlny, August 41 nt, at t o'ohN-k. At CtUMllKKHUUmJ, Friday, Anguat 2tth, at 1 o'clock. At "FOUR MILE IIOUHE." Van Buron Townnhtn. Snturdav, M.rt4nlor lwt. At LIUKK t V, Jvtliiraun towtubip, Tuesday, AugitMt 28ih,at 1 o'clock. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS he in a all Will bo hld at tha (ul lowing ttnxxiand plaoea: ' At the rnLL OATK, on tho Valloy nike. Mm In to r towmtuii, TiHwtiay, A neurit 141h. Monrirn. (i. W. iiuuk, J. A. Jntdan, and A. V. ll'tfor, will iKMik. At OltKKNt'AUTLE, Thurmlay gvcniiiK, Augtiat 10th MoHMrH. I. A. Hook, and llr will Miotic Al HMITU H IIOOL liulIHK, Wayno Township, Vridav. Auutirtt 17th. Meaara. Williaina. tfulhvati. and Oram will nxftk. At tiAitKiniiiJK'i, Hanioiin rownsnip, Hutuntay, Auinmt IMih. A hiokorv imjIo will Ite iiuimmI. MoHurd. J. A. Jordan and others will hi teak. At HTIUNU'RlWN (two mdea iwiuth of New Carliulo) HuUmtay, Aufjuat lath, a loViuck. Movnra. Valliui'liK hitio, Unbolt Hitd Wiiluuiio will MHUik, aud the 1 Joy tun lttKtMnlal Hiu H I will U pnwnt, AttlM VAN JU'KKN tiOTKL, Van Ilim-n township, Hatuntiiy, HojUml.r litt.at 10 n'clock. V. L. Valliui diuluim tonl lion. Wm. Allen will wiM-iik. it ji ti ii .lit to ui u..i.:..... i. u..j.. Aiiipittt lMth, at 7 o'clock. Mohmi-s. J, A. Jordan aiiJ NollUl Will U(t4Hk. Candidates. is U.Toi ml of announcement loo DuUiirs in advanes. Rh. Pmin'rei VUtme HiinouiH;e Una Uie name of 0. P. IIiiukbwiII l iimneiiUHl to Uih lleiiiiTiinc Convention im b inidnltiU. for iiomiiiiaioii Tor County Amliliir. Mr. IlllkKB in IUI olil and relllitUo rieliliM-rult Bilil Well lUulJ Ami tu pwlloriu thn diitliM ot lliu otllco. WANT 01TIZUNU. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] Speech of Hon. J. Crittenden, OF KENTUCKY, AT LOUISVILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 2D. As there has doomed to bo soitiotbinir of nn" cortaintr in the Kwilion of Hon. John 4. Crit tenden in the present cniutmiirn, and as he msdo a speech as mentioned in the head line of this article his only stiinin speech of the campaign we pive such portions of it to our reader as will give a fair idea of the spirit and aiilwtnnre of the whole.. He talked tn the ex tent tif half a column, aliout thn party (lloll Kverett,) being produced by a hiph imblic ne cessity, and taking Its stand between the 1 i mix rn tio and Ki'publicsn parties. Ho used very good common place glittering generali ties in thisjpartiof his Seech, but neglected to throw any light upon the mvHtcries of the tiroceK) of savins the Union. Ho said if the Union party succeeded it would not lie the triumph of a party but of the Union, Ac, He. Mr. Crittenden proceed to compare candi dates. ABE LINCOLN, &c. Mr. Lincoln may be a very worthy, unricht. and honest man. Ho married a Kentucky girl, and that is a wholesome inlluenoe. (laughter and applause.) 1 am told he is a Kcntiickian himself, which is another snlutnry luci Air. Kiucoin may lie a very honest, worthy man; but in a political point of view, he must be regarded as tho reiiresuntativc of the pnrty thnt has mailo him its lender. He is the Republican IcadiT; and, like all politic al leaders, he must oliey the pnrty that hroii--ht luiu into ezistcnceor be putaottn andcrushed out by it. Il l election would crcnte nnd continuo nn alarm thut would keep the country ngitnted and unhappy, if not create an opKsition nnd rcaistnnce to tho government -iuwlf. It is greatly to lie desired thnt -ho should not be lcetetl. It is hardly neceaaary that wn should lie forced to aitnreliend from Mr. Lincoln's election that the inipulrn which the aiiti-nluv- ery feeling would roi:civo tbcrelrom, would go further than it has yet gone, and create still greater dangers to tho tenre and security of tho Mouth. I Ins pervading apprehension would ncccsaurily nmko his election a great calamity. MR. DOUGLAS. i I know Mr. Douglas very well, Indies and gentlemen, from Mr. llouglns, personally, 1 should npprvncnil no danger. 1 have never been a Democrat, ns you nil know. (At plauae). A frank, fnir oppnetit of iho Demo cratic, party, 1 hnvo ever been found acting upon Whig principles, from tho first to tin last. I incrensed nniiuitiael. tint I hnvo known Mr. DoUL'ias in the public councils. and havo iicteil with him. AltboiiL'h crenenil- ly opposed, nnd especially - upon . parly iiies- iioiis, we niivu ui tunes acted together, nnd particularly upon one miiineuUms occasion, when wo acted together in opMwition to that infainoiiH LeconipUiu Constitution. (Deafen ing applause). Mr. Douglas was there mak ing a great KaorilK-o to. his sense of duty. (Applause), lie was sacrificing his connec tion, on that occasion, with many old political friends; ho was breaking up tlio relations of long political life; he was sacrificing as flatter ing proHpnets for tho highest ollice in the Gov ernment ns nny man in tho country had. lully Uelicvo he did what ho conceived to be his duty; mid, in defiance of all opposition, tho rack of the President, oll'cnded friends, and open foes, ho noted liko a man. (Tre mendous cheering). Hh might havo been mistaken in what ho did, but that little dimin ished the value of tho act Ho thought he was right, nnd ho knew ho was making a ane rilico, and he was capable of mnking it, when he believed the interests of bis cocntry de manded it (Cheers). 1 enn havo no quar rel with him; ho is a Union man. (Cheers). And a Union man I can always trust, whon believe him to bo Bincere nnd in earnest, as believe Douglas to bo. (Continued applause.) Mr. C. proceeded: I havo smikcn not tu compliment Mr. Douglas merely; I havo spo-ki-n bocnuso I desire to give my testimony his truth. I believe Mr. Douglas to be a pat riot, and I know him to be a Union man by nil the evidences that ono public man can give another of his sentiments. (Applause), lie is a generous, liold man, speaking what he thinks, and doing what ho knows to bo right. (Repented applause). But I am opposed Mr. Douglas. I nm for Hull and liverett (Immense applause). Two necroei und a white, man went into drinking saloon in Clevolnnd, Thursday night, nnd after drinking created a diatiu-liance. Tho ring-leader, a big nngroe, was evjoeted, and drawing a knife, struck at the saloon-keeper, but miHHing him, stubbed bis white coui- puiiiun, a umaiiiiieii uiuur ui mu vuy. Jililll negroes escaped, and at last accounts lind not been captured. Special Notices. 1,000 ir super l4iNtIng CiuItei'H, (HEWED IIKRL.) 91 ou per pair. - F. Pj lUUtIARH A CO., 7ti Main street. nui-i j-AttMoi 4. Tlih momtwrnor Deiugc Fire C-ompany No4wiH moot At their Hall this evening at o'clock for OMrroiwi nnd tninancUon of Inisinosfl. A full attendance is rooiicMtcd. aula A NriiOWY BT KIM I ANB, Potr'y, j Hplnl Orders Light tiuard you wil So!L moot lor drill thiaoveniuK at S o'clock. You arc nlrto notifiel to ntfacniHcat your armory to-morrow at 0 o'clock a m, in full uniform, with three rounds tilnnkcartridgeN for Funeral Encort duty, llyonlerof Cominondant. onl.H V. M. JlAltM AN, Hcrg t. - Th Heccdera from tho elugo Fire Oom puny, No. 4, that hold uniforms belonging auid ComHiMy, will plitaao roturu tlioia within ono woek and Mnvo fttrther trouMe, Ily order of tho Diroctora. aul3 JAMES KK1EDLKK, Htv'y. - Ittvalnable Kxpectorant 5C35 liall'a lialsam haa rocoivod mora weighty than any other Couirh medicine before public, coinpriaing tlionainoa of I'hytiioiana and Cloi gymen, atteatinK its biiiieriority fur tho euro of Con bu tup tion in nil iU various Huiea. Jy30 .Wanted-Kvory ono to know. Uuit tleore M. Bacon a Co. .can bo bought tho bent Spiral Hpring lleda ovoroflt rod to the publie.at tho store of M. OHM Kit, corner 0 Second and Muin streets, lnyton,Ohio. , ly27d'iw Bell & Everett SUUc Convention Th undersigned, Stale Exocutivo Oom in it too of Coimtitutional Union Party of Ohio, in compliance with the generally expressed views of the party In ail parts of th Htate, and In oliadiencotoour pwn convictions duty, hereby announce that a Mass Convention of friends of Itcll nnd Fverett will ho held f n tlie Citt Ciiilicotiik, oa ThurttUti) the XQth tOttof Avytwt n&xtt tho purjKme of.fonning an electoral ticket and to per.ee ourHuito organiiatioti, ,It is hoped that tho friends of Oil movement, with out rcforonoe to past party associations, aa whJI as friends of the distinjuishoti statesmen and patriot whom woproposc to render a cordial support Ar next Presidency and Vice Presidency, will attend Convention, even at some personal saenrsw of conven ience, and assist in inaugurating a National Union Party iu Ohio, whioli shall be etlerhuil to check the tide sectional strife und animosity now agitating tho country and threatening tho safety of our institution mid happiness of our people. ' IllI.MKItT KRNNKDY, (liulrman. 1AK7, ANDKKHo.N, W. P. PUOHAKCO, JAMES Mel-ANIEL, J. C. PMILldPH, W.Y. HTltONU, JAMKS tj. HA I, I j, TIHiMArt K Elil.EY, WIIJdAM CAHR, W. (. WM.IjIAMH,' JOHN (1KAUY, ' J. N. HNYUEU, A. H. THdUt', Cummittoe. J. F. CitAiii.iwwoaTii, Hoo'y. yMUi m Aia Oraamtat la Kvcrf Fsmlly- 13k2 Tho now and beautiful art of Transferring Colored or PIhui KngravingJ Lithographs, AmhrotyjMJs ojc., od to Uluss, Martioor Wood sent free to address, on receipt of HA cents or stamps, to iylldawml UKU. W. PLACE, 776 11 roadway, N. Y. mm If pom wmlt kftvi lonttltla extra tn the Daguurreoty , Amts-otyneor Photogmphk! Hue be advised und go to HtKlkjIIMs PALAL'JI Of AKT, Markot Iloue. He is the only A rtist engaged m tliis business. octo Special Notices. The Good Time Coming. Mr. C. II. Langnton a black Republican of some ability addressed the colored people at their First nf August celebration in Dnytim. We find a sketch of his remarks in that excel lent journal, the Dayton Empire. Lang'ton said: "0od had brought the colored folks here for a great purpose; it was the destiny of the white and black races on this continent to amalgamate, and ont of the nnion was to prow the moat mighty and perfect people the world ever knew. Wo can't escape this des tiny. The blacks would furnish to the com , i i- men siock tno none anil sinew aim niuia and tho whites the intellectual stockl And together, the amalgam would present a porl'cct nation. The audience was a mixed one white and black and it was curious to notice the diverse effects produced by the prophetic elo- liicnco of the stienker. 1 he negroes, by ex pressive looks, indicated a willingness to en ter immediate v into tho tironosed arrange ment tor tho supply of bone and sinew; iney were obviously ready to "go in on their mus- clo inslantcr. Hut renpcctaliio loosing oiu irentlemen. fathers of fair dnuiihters, from whom was cxectod tho requisite supply of 'intellectual sloek. grew fussy, reached lor their hats and ennes. and departed. (ioit. Langstonl Yon are right If all men are born enual. as Republicans assert then all thnt you assert must lie fulfilled. Jm- inn (iazrtte. lot New Advertisements. a I I I to to a of to Dr. in doraementa the of the ot the or OlTIf ATIO WW A MTK OIn a Worn or nrrttw- I j ry, ny a ymmir mini. For flirthor )irtK-iiliin in Ituronl llif n.mirn onto. niiizu SAM. J. HENDERSON, ATTOllNKY AT LAW, erricB with nos. oro, w. not'K, No. Villi. Mite Mien nml H,wnil anll'llwnwml IlIHI.DINd.Houth Knnl Corner DAYTON, OHIO. (las nnd Steam Pipe ' Fitting. J. U. STl'TIIMAd,: Jefferson it., No 40 between'2d and 3d, I T AS ut he eld nt-ini! s lare RHwirtment of STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPE, Whi h ho will well tit j.rio"S tn null tho timcw. Ii'; I il itl-rH," Mru-fiiniftH, rtijwr Mills wi fiml it tn thpirtulvniitrtji t kiv htm a call, nnllduw lAItlI CONCJIIT REGIMENTAL BAND, AT HANI) K 11 ' S OA It 1) K N (At fhillipH' Hill, Main ntreot,) ON WEUNGsDAV AUGUST 15, 1800. From 3 oVIork P. JT. till 11 o'clock, P. M, TIIR HTKhTfiiod tjikott ptoanuro t nnnnnnoo to tho I'lihlic, that the iiIkvo iMinoort will lkijlm'C with out fail, (Ihn WOilllHT imtmiikiiir.) All urniliifomonui nix-cN-ni'v to mi'tiro ovt'i v foinhMt unit l('fiHiuit onw' tiiintnoiit to all. havo Ucn liuido. 1'ho ifr'nmdc. (ll forinor rositU'iKo ( tho Hn. (iio. W. Honk) nro known to ! tho niortt 'li'liithMiu in iho vwnuiv imy ion, irom w iH'iu'o ft I'liarininff viow oi mo wnuio on, and fiiii-rouiidinii country in had. au 14.12 W. SAHrEIt, (Jonmaloopy.) NOTICE. Jefferson A, WnlU'm, No. ling. ont'ry HujK'rior Tho Atlantic A roat', Western It. 'o. ct al iourv. TyirtSHANT Ut nnordor of Pftloisftuod fVom tho Hit iMnor t'onrt of Mnnttromorv cniintv and to itio ili rocU d,l will ottorat taihlii: hiiUs at tho dnor of the (Jourt Houho, in tho city of I avton, m khii! counlv, on ixittmlrw, the Vth tUtu of Sntnnhr, A. '. 1M(, At 2o'clook p in of wild day the following n'al oh(jiU to wit: Lot nunitK'rtwl thirty fVtn hundred ami firty-tlm)e iVIfci) in the city of Ubton. county of Montgcmcry,ttiad Hmti of Ohio. Haul hit hn 5 . -n appraised at f MO. To bo sold aa the prnoityof tltn A'lantic and irnt WoHt-ni Railroad tnMiiiy ai ino anit 411 j. a. wauora tiKamm mam com' puny ciai. l ernin oann. juiih sniijua, nuenn. J. A. McMaiiom, Att'y. au!4td FOR SALE. A (1HOCKRY HTANIHn Fairfield, roeno County, XV "ino. j no siiicnoer oners ior sain nis uroci1 Sland. situnted in one of tlie most beautiful counties theHlnte. With theiirooery Kton- is a dwelling House attnchel. with tour rooms; there is rHm enonch for two small families. It is forty-four fuel fnmt and one hiumreo: nnt; twenty teet uu-K. A gooii waru itoom in tlie rear. I tarn ttoom for eiiht horses and a nood yard. It is an exeelleut sttuidfor n Tavern, or for any other puldic business. This stand isin KairneM, Greene county .Ohio, comer of Main ami Xenia streets, ten miles from IXivton, on thn olo Hpnngheiii pike, one ana a hall tnilesfrom Os loni Htation, Mad Itiver raiiroad. A mail runs twice i iIrv from tins Htand to Onliom. This nrooertv will hi suld on reaHonaUe terms, and with tlrocery, Horses, carnago aim an me proHrty Deionging to ine same, 01 witlieiit. to Htiit the purchaser. A gootl deii given, am payments made eftwy. It is now ifiited fur one huU' dreil and sovontv-fivodollurs nor vear. The owner can be found at all times oithor at the Store or at Osliorn. lie carries the mail. nuUd'i B. 0. PIEHCE ;m. Knq. cojiy 2t and send bill- to Empire otfice.j I.OOO pra Miiper Inntlnu; Gulteru, (HKWEI) HEEL.l f 1 m per pair. W. P. DOUCLAKS A CO., aui:t 7 Main street Valuable Farm for Sale. rilHE sulis'ril)er effcre his farm for sale, situated L Jackson township, Mimtgomery county, aliout iniloHfnim DavUiu, oonuirliinu luoaeres. two thinls whiobareoleaai'l anit well improved. A gool tjearing niviliini li nm pii'iiiimin, iiinu ,i ni.if'11111 n riiniliil Wll- tor (til the year round. This larm will te sold for aliout S-lo tier is -re, in reasonable pavmenta. Kmiuiro of 1). A. or J. Htillwell, on the Ixsxiugton road, eight miles west or jimyoo, or auurosa mu unuorsignou tnrougli inn imyutn r, u. aullkltdwfi JACOB BTiLLWEbL, MASTER COMMISSIONKH'S 8ALli Jolui Ctcmmor. No. 14ru. Uio hard (inwm, against v nupenor uourt or i. ai. 1 Montgomery uo.. TUItKUANTto an orderof the suimrior court L Montgomery county, Ohio, made in the abovocase at the June term, A. D. lWK), And modireiUxl, 1 shall oiler at public auction at the door of tho Court House in the city of Dayton, in tho county of Montgomery, On SiituMnu. &wrmW l.V A. IftftO Between tho hours of two and nur o'clock p. m. of said day, thu following doscrits! real estate, situate in tlio ity of Duvton, county of Montgomery, and state of Ohio, to wit: All that lot, tractor pttroel of land lxund isi as follows, to wiL-.Beginning at the northast oorner of in lot No. one hundred and fifty eight, (IW) on the plat of the town of Duvton; thence westwnrdlv with thn northeni bounrlarr, eight (voles to a line of the heirs of lienry mown, doe d; uioim-o at right uiigloe sonthwarl with naid Ilrown's line, two (2) vol en; thence atrightund K B.-mrnwn.i-pKiii, HiieK W mum KIIW.i llieOOO Uortfl- wanl with Miun strtet u the itlut'of lMginning contain ing sixU-en (H( Mrehes, le the sumo more or loan, exempting nevertheless twenty y) ftt of the west end brick wall of thol'tullipc i miai,roiiiiHeh, sun tuso incmuing ho mtH'll ol the JfoilSO as IbliOlDS Ltia Nnrll nine ui rvuo proiiiirt d the ground on which said wall stands, as has boon eonveyod to said Qrocu by the Phillips House Hotel Comitiuiy. Said lirotMtrtv is tn lie hI on a Indirmmnt in fUvir- r,r jonn icninior aKmsi. ificnarn firoen, et al. The ulH.ve property has Um appraised at six thousand dol- lars, and cannot bo sold for lei thim two tlurds tha uo- pruisement, which is $4K. Torms of sale, ciish. N. K. JtlKOAN. Master t'ommissloner aupenor court, Mont. eo. P. Cufi-v, AU'y. uulowtd Guns. the to Uie this of the Sharp's IVew Hunting Rifle. RKMlNHTON'g dun (uio, Hiirain'B luree Ciitrl.lKO, Imling 1'iHtol will ltuvolver, ltoiU'u Kluvun ounce liuvulver, Rider's Ten Ounce Double Action or BKLF VOl'Kltlti ItKVVLVKH, Allcn'i7 ouni'OB, Bevon Hhooting Cartriilffiis Loailing lUvolver, RIIIKB'S PAULO K PIHTOL, ETC., At M. BCIINKinKIl'8, Omi Htnro, M Bt., . jyH m 0hio Ulmk, opp. lit IWk. iMylali, State Fair. State Fair Notice. mil E Executive ConinntUm of the Ohio Nbito Hoard o I Agricullurewill mteivo propotitils at tho Philhits Houho, I (avion, until 10 o'clock mi rriday, tho luth ol August, for the following purpocj i Vrx-To l.iase Uiu Liiimg Hall, and right of flu-Dishing UofnwhiUji-iits. RrtywiTo I iihc the forage Ilnll and to furnish Hay aitdHtniw for tlioHtock on eilnlnUon liurins tlie tmt. The tAunmilteo deairo to liavo a Imt of names of nermtns in the vicinity of iHiyton submiUed to them, from whieh lo seltN t regular Police, WsUdurien, Wale Keepers, HiisnnualouU, Aaslsluut HuiaauiUuideiiU. of HsIIm, HtiM-k, Ae. lroKwitioiis m-o addressed "Male Boanl of Agri citlluni, Ihiytou, ttlno." The list of names may m I. n with Mr. p. Uhkuu, at tho Plulliim II 0110 or titalu lfau tlrouiida 1 JNO. U. KLJPPAKT,Oor.lou'y. State Fair. Real Estate Agency. CHAB. E. CLARKE, 113 A. I, ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT. Ol-pK, Jiuliainst, Third Htreet, WIMj Hit wl rnmnilwon, KI EtM of II kiii'f. Hnn-K IjAihI Warrant, Nota, Mnrt- g.Hi,A, miikf iN.llrv.innii wm n'Kiitin(i limn, Kill nifftw "nimii"iionbMMim n NucliurHunl'w ih in miKiP. "MH-l II AkKeArtnTTifurtuM"! two utor? Prk-k Iwnl. 1 lintf IIohui' nn Hmith xtroi, nmr nmwn, conunn- rMm. colliir. well, hull, irvho, MnMo, onrriiura m.uvi hntiN.rtioii4 fruit nf viirtotm kin1. lyiri'o with hairiUome hnilhory and pnelowHi with good iron frtv. ..... . . Thii pmpmy w ann'iy lonHiwi. oninv nrmr in v()t, and hut thrwi iiimn'(f from iltr niHrkot, It will j nt'l'l H iwi Krai ii ni" imein CIIAH. K. CLAHKR, Koal Efttnt Ajrt.Sd ui .mm TloHHAliK. 14 ivrpfl, U mtln from tho nty went Hnntlm)in(two.mory rtnek hoimp; now fiiHr, wr ifrn, , ffood frtmie barn, ami out-hnnnojij chotna fruttof en-rv ilerwriptinn. MchI unahtv nflund. C1IAH.K. CLARK K, Koal Fit AKont, ( i'M H nilll'IIIIK,H4l nt. jKR HALE Oil RENT. A very convenient frnma 11 on no, or fi Kiotiis, Ktahle, Ac, located within a w minutes' walk of the centre of the city. Will lie rwhl on live ynar'i liiiw (r ronU-d tn a cood i t'JIAH. K. OLAKKThir tenant. rd street. XKHM FoK HAIiK 100 nrron milon from Nr ir ' (;Atuif, Jiark Cntmty.nnd iinU-h from Urown'H MUition on Uio 1. A W. U. It., 1 Macron undor flnn oulti- ration. UttfM friitne dwollniK; rrnm lirn. Alwi, a id hit dwolliou. frMHt onharl, 3 HDrintf And a crook of riiiininn wator through the ((;ro. Tart hot torn tand.aiHt trie iiiULnno fM'Htqtiainy 01 rirrtHi ixturit. l iiti Mn nrm-rnro fiirm, nnn win no hom t jmt rent hh than inforior land hat autually it old for in the vi cinity. IT nroof 1 milo wont of Hulnor, nn n fine road. 7B Ton nmlor oiiltivntinn. t'omlortnUo framo ihvollina iiko of ti rootiin. Wcll,ctnim, on hard, 4c. Land ol od tiuality. Alo, Oil noro near Minmirtbiiru "KxroJIont Land, nttntit 80 tun lorotiliivauon. Kritnio II 0110, Inruo turn anil other out luiildinKH. (.nod 1 rolmnl Ac. 33 arropon tho Plmkortwn Piko, four milofrom the ntv. Mandnotno two-nhry framo houo U monm. Kino ItatTiH, umm1 lioaiinu orvhard. Fmnlio-hoiiM Morin niwi, Ac. Ac. An rxi-ollont (iiiulity of land, 'iorma etftrty. A I W I, (15 nrroB botrt nunlitv, aooond hotlom nn tho Wivrr Hond nnion bf'low th cilV. Hmall framo Iiooho. i'om! fratnn rviro, orciiuru dMi. will l HOUi low on V monta. CM AH. E. t'LAKKK. on"V iav- t'legg's Bidding. 3d street. ALSO. An elegant country resiilonoo, mile from German ;nwn, eornprisitig iMneres of exeelleut land fn a hih state of cultivation; a handsome find cummiidinu briek Iwelling, ennuiining tiir'smis, nvently buill; large Imiik Ivirii. and all tho iHi-eHHarv oiitdaiili'liiurs: n m-re in a vineyanl in fine bearing eondilion, 1niiiiiiii fruit trees l every vaneiy; HhrnliN ry, Ae. Aim., n Iwaiitiflil llli imnd nn t ho hromiHOH, fel hv a stream of nmnini water: alxtlll Ui aeres tunln-r. This property is Unit lately owned and occupied by Miy. M. It. Walker nnd is nni; of the bandHoincut and inostdi'SiraNe plaees of the kind in tho eounty. It w ill In-hi 1I1 1 jit a Nn iiuii. and on itavinentti to unit (be our. yhaser. jelu CIIAH. K. CLARK K, Third st. A I jf I, An excollont farm of 11!I acres. 7 miles from the eitv. in Miultson township, (si acres under cultivation, Uil aneo Ixtstof timlier bur oak, walnut, sugar, hu korv, a.xh, Su; t.oird two-story briek house ll rooms; Irauio laini, largo onhard of gooit fruit; running wnMr, Hoil tils Hit Maei-es IjchI second iMiitom, I talanee gently rob ing wheatland ' CHAM. K.CLAKKK, Thinl st. AliO, 40a-T08onthnRliakori.mil Pike,V milo lvyoml tho Asytum; well improved andlw'stipirthty ot'laml; two sto ry fnime house, ti rooms, porches, wells, eollar, spring, Ac, with alxmt 7 acres of tinilier. There is a tan yard on the promises, with 40 vats andoverything complete. Also a hue uu-opouod stoiw quarry. Tonus of pavnieiit oasy. C1IA8. K. CLAU'KK. A convenient two story llrick Ewelhnir on Jones sln-ct. containing ii rooms, summer kitchen, i-istem, well, ar, sutMing, Ac, with choice fruit. This property I be sotd al a Inrirtin tt aiiiihoalinii 1m ininln .mm. i.u the owner wishes Un'Tnove from the eitv. Kim m root jei CIIAH. K. CIjAHKE, Third st. Choice Lot for Sale. VRIIY suitablofora Hotol. Tho lot m on the North East corner nf Sixth and Ludlow fUl '2.:ivl(Ml (i...f. TliisS"s a liK-atiou well adapul for a Hotel, and the prop, erty is offered at a price mid terms to suit any one winning w purcuuse. tUA3, K i;i,Allhli, (ess Third street. ' DWELLING 1IOUSKS, OPovory description and price. The following Is the location of somoof thotn: 1 itHT HTKKKT, lietwwm Main and Jeffi rsnnj HKCON1) 8TKKUT. below Porrv Ttiree fine dwell ings. THIIin HTKKKT " ' rnUftTH HTItKET Kl WH HTKKKT, between Main and Ludlow; WILKINSON ST., Kourthand Filth; LUDLOW HTKKKT," Frrntanti Water; "Over the Rhine." s PMTTII PTRKET, near Brown; JONKS 8'1'KKKT, Ijetwoon Hrown and Jefferson; (i R E K N HT It K KT, Jcffi'rson nml Teeumsoh, JACKHON NT., Fifth and Van Huron; WAYNK HTKKKT, South of Fifth; HAIN1.KI1M.KHT,, North of CLINTON HTKKKT, neiirThird; BKCtlNI HTKEKT. Knst of Wolwter. j Thse are many of them very choice pieces of property I aud all are ottered low. I havo lesnles those, alsive ! onumorafc'd, a large amount of very clump property in I the suburlis.for wile and trade. CUAH.il.. CLAltKK, Real KstAte Agent. I"2 Clrgg's building, Third st. VAC A NT L T8 in every part of the city, for sale and trndeohcup. jew CliAH. K, CLAKKU, ad st. FIO0KING MILL FOE SALE. KNOWN as the "Pinna Iock Mills," situatoil on Main stroot, neiu" thetHMilroof the city of lViia. Tho Mill liasfour run of stone; machinery all in complete or der. It has a largo city and country custom, and being located on the tuml, and near K:ut roads, it imjhhohsoh grout advantages in tho receiving mid shipping ol grain and Hour. Thero is also connected with tho almvea good saw mill, fulling mill, canlinu, spinning and power looms, and a Lirgo log yard Tho whole is supplied by anaUin dant rower irom the Canal, nt the low runt ot 240 iwr year. The Flouring Mill will bo sold scimratc, or the whole together, at a low price and 011 terms the most rcasonu souublo. jyto CHAti. E. CLARKE, Ml st. CHEAP FAUM. 1 P( A0UKM 15 niilp, North Went or Union City, I JIhP ltandolph county, Ind.,8 miles from tho liolle lb 11 tamo ituiln lubniul miles from the thriving vil lage ot Kidi;oville; wi acres under cultivation and in cmpM; dwelling, out hoimeM, stable, U-aring on haid, A, Ac. Price ftouocashi or 914 an acre ou timo ity meiiUi. ALSO, A splendid Farm of 41 isin s tvljolning the nlmve, known as the "Meak Farm;" this coinpriHes the richest tssiy of land in the county, nearly :woacres uinkr cnl- Uvai iion; !Wa reres No. 1 1mUoiii land: UAHni ntock wiaor. 11 no orcliard, Ao. lluildiiiKs and fences in good repair. OllAS. E. CLARKE, 3d t. 8awing:, Planing; and Moulding- Mill For Bale. LOCATED i n a central art of the City; vacant ground attached. Twenty-five horso power Kliginc with entirely new boiler, Planer, Saws, Moulding Machine, Hhaflmg, Ac, all in good running order. The properly will beaold low Ami un eawy terms on application to C11AS. E. CLAltKK, Thinl St., Hayton. AlJiO, ' flovoml good improved Farms in Iarko and rreble oounties.tdiio; Ibuidolph county, linl.. nnd IjiwretH-e eoimty. III., at pnees within the reis hof all, miy from lotofao iH'riwue. fall and remt the doHoriptioiis. jy:M) Cli AH. E. CLA KKK, Clegg's building, ad st ,U KENT.- -A convenient Dwelling 11 0110 ou 12 WestH4Houd stroot, oonuuning 7 nioms, -elar, ew . Utrn, wtHMlhoiiHo, sUil.lc, An.,di. Jjurge lot with choice fruit and shniMiery, PoHwsKum given A 1 (glint 15. I q 4Uirool aiiH CIIAH. E. CLAKKE, Third st. Partnership. DISSOLUTION OP PAItTNEUSIUP. rilMR inni'riliin hnrobiDirnrxiiitinK lintwoon thi un X liTHiKiux! iiikIit the linn of I,, i H. Wiii.i.abtoh, in Dim ilivy (liHmilvoil ly iiitiutiil ituiM4!t. Kuhor liBrty m Biitlionaud Ut um Uiu niimo nl tlin lirm In wilting th bin July 13, lwja. HYLVKSTKR WUIXAHTON. rilllK iin.l.rni(nnl Imvo tlnx ituy Mitormt into minor 1 hIiiii iiii'li.r tlm lirm nml iimnu of l'llll.l.ll'H WiiI.I.Ahtiin, fur tho mriQH of carryin un llm M llllllK 1111(1 lirtllll lltlhltll'MH. T. A. I'uiuim Imviiii piin-hiiMKl lh ntir intaroalof Lbvi Wou.AHTi.il in Ui. liawihi Mill, Uio Ui.iiuxa will i6 ountiuHl iw hcri'tofiiro. T. A. III1I,I,IIH, JylWItawS BVLVKbTKKWtll.LABTOB. DISSOLUTION. TIIK pnrlnornliln linr'tirorn nxintliiit tn-twwn Bolo. limn lliMkwntir nml Munoh MiininiM, iimlcr the llriii rMiHikwiiltcr m Muriiii, i Uiih ,,iy ,liK..lv(..t liy iiiiiiuuI iHwwmt. All buying claim. nuBiiHtitiiBl Inm liiiii.t U piKw iibl Ui Mch..h M:ii..iih f.,r luiyiiiiiiit, anil till ijwlitii duo thu linn imiKt lw.pai,lh, i,im. Hill.ll.MiiN ItmiKWAITEU, July Ml. 1ihk,i:im. MiifRS makhIUh. Belting. OOW & BHAH1, ManiifHettirorB of betil Oak Leather Belting, RITMIBR DKI.TINll, I.nilnrnil Klri. Kndnn Hibmi, hikI SueUuii U,me. l'ricua.luw uid ouiurn oroiuplly hllixl. All mu work warranted to prove witlnnylnry. Addnuia, OiiW HIIAUP mliiuiuS WalunlalrMt, UuoiuubU.