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Campbells Are; Coming.
GTMNI) COM Tt INA T ION OiVTAT.EiXT.
IIISlTOJr HALL, .
rOR TWO NIOBTI ONLTI
MONDAY, APRIL 1 1 T II , 1 859.
MATT FEEL 8 .
iginal Cninpboll Minstrels,
Aa B-AIS BAbD,
From , Broadway. N.w York, will hv the hon
or or appearing aa above, with New Kongs, Chorus
es, Opsretie Burlesques, Dances, Ac.
S-Fnr particular see hills o( day.
Tickets, SO cent-. .Mr opes at i O'eioek) Per
furmanaa to womrtienoe at T,1..
IIR F. A. JONES, Agent.
MECKEL'S . HALL I !
LAST .TWO NIGHTS 1
FRIDAY, APRIL 15TH,
Benefit of Mr. O. Henri I
BsturdBy, April 10th LAST NIGHT,
BENEFIT OF FTSHY EEHBI I ! I
LOTS OP FUN!
(New I'aintkd in Europk,)
Will be at HUSTON HAI.I.on Tr,.nr, FaintT
and Satcrdat Kiki.iui, April ulh, I6li aud lth.
Admission vfi cent. Children 15 cent..
C'ommfucfi moving at 8 o'clock, precisely.
i3TA7&T. MO KB,
810 3D STHEET,
Star Mills WHITING PAPERS.
K would invite the attention of buyer
to our sphinu stock of
Piper Hanging, Decorations, Ao.,
Which li now very complete. We deliver packa
ge without charge, lu any part of the city,
A. AV. 11ICE & C()
(Successor to J. K. Cross,)
Huston Building, Dayton,
KEEPS constantly on 11 and, at Wholesale
and Retail, a large a..ortraent of
Tin, JapannoU & Pre ed Ware,
Alao, large variety of Cooking, Parlor, Dining
Room anil box stovee, auoh aa
T 11 I IT Jfl I II ,
1KYVIX AIR TIGHT
tea Chests, and Iceberg Befrlf aratora.
Of all al7a, desorlptlona and prices. These are of
Invaluable importance, particularly when lee Is la
such demand as at the present aesnn. To wake a
mall quantity tell to good advantage, the aura way
la to procure an -
tnnDi7nn TTJiTrTi-t-vn-r a mvr t ,
x vjj- ixvvr ivj r iv i u uv xyjxl I I
Water Coolera, Ice Cream Freezem and Bathing
Tuna, of all ahapea and slies. Alio general aa
aortment or Kitchen, Pantry, Laundry and Hairy
JOSH OLINGER, ao long and well-known to the
citizens of Duyton anil vlulnlty a, a superior Tin
and Sheet Worker, continue aa Foreman of the
Manufacturing Uepartmppt. and we are preiwred to
do all aindaot work in our lino of trado, troin a Tin
Whlitle to a Boiler llreeclilug, in tiie moat work
manlike manner, and at ahort uotlce.
We are prepared to do -
ROOFING k SPOUTING
For all bums and descriptions of buildings. -
All ordera thankiully received and promptly at
tended to. A. W. HICK and CO.
fTHE partnership heretofore existing ba-A-
tween the underalgned, la thin day dissolved
by mutual eonaent. The bualneaa of the firm will be
settled by the eenior member, J. Lebenibergvr, to
whom accounts may be paid, aud who will aettlethe
debta. J. LKBKNSMKHOKK,
prS A. I.tOliOLL),
Clear itae Track t
THE underalgned will continue the Clothing buii
neae in all ita branches, at the old ataud, on M
atreel, one door eaat of the Central Bans. He re
turn his Uianxsto all hla patrona for their lit eral
patronage heretolore, and deairea to lntorm them,
and eeorea of new onea thitt he la lietter than ever
prepared to aoeomniodate them and thegreetpublte,
with a full atock of Heady Made Clotlilug, of every
description, Genta1 Furnishing Gooda, etc.
fct-H. haa high collars, to stand up, and straps to
keepdown thoe who are Inclined to rise too high I
In a word, he haa every thing In the Clothing
Hoe, which the public may desire.
"Clear the track, Hjihblt.t"
aprS-tf JUSKPH 1.KBENS3ERGKB,
Fine Pocket and Table
LAHGD0N8' HAS-WAKE ITOKE.
Woatenbolmn's I'ocket Cutlery,
American Table Cutlery.
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS.
And Croaa Overs,
Mohalraand da Balgoe.
and desirable atock at LOW CASH
JOHN, VAN DO REN and CO.
New, Novel, Elegant and Useful. A large
lot of those indispensuble articles just re
ceived. Tbe I10YS that mischievous class, who
tear their clothes I have no doubt will oall
and see me, as yours of experience has
proved to them that I can suit their juvenile
tastes; and if there is a boy inside or outside
the Corporation, who has not worn my
JACKETS and PANTS, I wish to aee him,
and thoroughly renovate bis external ap
pearanoe, by dressing him up in a suit of
my well-fatting garments. Parents are re
epeotfully invited to examine the goods.
My stock of Gentlemen's Wear ia one of
of the most complete and beautiful in the
market Call and examine tha Latest Stylet.
V W. G. BBJEEVK, .
i aprt- No. I, Main street Dayton, Ohio.
Dwelling House to Rent.
AN First street, -great of Ludlow, lately oo-
V eitnted by Joshua Hhodas, eoutalnlug 1 Rooms,
With stable anj large Lot.
Inquire of 8. at. Sullivan, 411 2d attest, or at his
umuruH mi airaei, weal oi uie ruumpa House,
'XXT'E have thin dnv laanniaied a-ilh ua In
v f business U. w. Stewart, under the atyle of
' . . HAAS aad MITCHF.LL.
April a, leas. apra-iw
A LABORING man wanted, on a (aim
XX Inquire at the Montgomery Houee, Bwtoa, V-
DAYTON OHIO, WRDNESDAY. ArKII13, 185!,.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OPPlOa Of eUBLrOATIONi
laairt kiMiaf, IVrri t. Sett. -) K, Itia t lefrmi
1,00 pee yiMe1aeei
9r W-lr . payable M
Bptee, ute in wrapi
The OiaelMiati Type Foondry Company is
oar duly aulhoriaed Arsnl to make eontraeta
and rneeip, for AdTerttsemeou snosoripuoni,
Ac., in that city.
To Bninrmasi. The Empire Job Rooms
arc in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to da work of all descriptions in the beat style
ol the art. Call ia and examine onr work aud
leara our prices.
llfl ADTKBTIBKM.- AaTBniHmfDll or
Notices for the Knipire must be handed into
tha office by lea t'eUek oa the day they are de
sired to be published net lefer. We esnnot
ee;relv insert them after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Those who desire to hare adrertisenienti
inserted in the Wtekly Empire should hand
them in by Saturday morning, at tha latest
KJuOur advertising patrona will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always nrw a
very important matter to them.
CT8ee 4th pare for Telegraph. Reports.
Last Niobt. The Campbells will give their
last rjerforaaaaee. for this aeasoa, at Huatoa
Hall this evening-. They psbllah a Tery at
tractive proerarntue, aad propose to give to
night the best performance of the aeasoa.
War I war I With Uueeu I Our citizens
will bear in mind that on to-morrow (Thur
day Kyeninc) the great Diorama of tha Rus
sian war will be exhibited lor the first time
in this city. It is said to be life like la rep
resents) ions of tbe great battles of Ollenitia,
tha Alma, Inkerman, the Malikoff and the
Iteduo. It also represents the costumes k
habits of people both on the river Danube,
and the Crimean Peninsular. Go and see It.
Jr.wr.utr Sals. The sale of Jewelry at the
Room In the Phillips House, 3d street, has, we
learn, given very general satisfaction to the
poblw.The goods are sold without reserve,
and my many art if lea am disposed of for
about one fourth of their ralue. While this is
not advantageous to the seller, itia certainly
an ad vintage to the buyer. Articles sold are
warranted as represented. Ladies, particular
ly, are invited to call in through the day,
and examine the elegant goods; they can buy
at wholesale prices; and we know they will be
delighted with Ike magnificent display made
' tTYosletday afternoon during the heavy
shower of rain, a cow psseed down Jefferson
street, U cliargs of a dug. Tbe "canine" dri
ver went before slowly, and when his charge
showed an inclination to turn to the right or
left, he would get in the way, in every instance
succeeding in keeping the cow "in the way
he should go." On arriving in front of Sbel
labarger's alible, (he cow stopped to eat a email
buoch of bay, which bad but just dropped from
a wagon, when the dog patiently awaited the
munching, although it was raining very aa
verely at the time. Tbe lunch over, tbe dog
gently Intimated to "eukey" that it was time to
travel, and tbe pair went on down the atreet
seemingly with the best understanding possi
ble. Ws have never seen a more interesting
case of canine guardianship.
CTAs the sun fish season ia now here, and
tbe bass fishing is coming on apace, It would
be well for legitimate fishermen to commence
tbe work of preparation for the season's ang
ling. Iiingdoo A Bro., Main street, above 3d,
are now thoroughly supplied with every vari
ety of fishing tackle; and aa Ibey know exactly
what is suitable for the fishermen of the Miami
Valley, we confidently recommend our friends
to go te their store for a aupply for the spring,
summer end fall campaign. They have every
coeceiTible style of tackle, aad ao one can fail
of getting what he desires. Get your fishing
apparatua ia readiness, and then when you esn
find Urns to indulge in the delightful sport of
glig, you can "go in" without gadding
about in search of traps.
ITThe Miami receded yesterday, but was
rising sgain this morning. From present appear
ances, it will not soon recede into the channel.
The farm work along the River ia being greatly
retarded. Lest spring, many fields bordering
upon the Hirer were so damaged that they
oould not be got ia readiness for erope; these
had been put in good condition for planting
this Spring, but it is feared that they will again
oe renaerea useless for another yssr. It is a
proper time now to call tha attention of our
Kiver bottom friends to the importance of
raising the levees along the river banks.
When the harvest is over this aeaeoa, the levee
business sboeid receive prompt attest two; the
importance of this will be seen by all Interested.
Taa Qtmiiasiu- Tea TcRixaa We re.
gret that a prior engagement prevented hi
from being present at tbe Gymnasium last
evening, te witneee tbe exhibition given by
the Turners. It may not be taken by some
as complimentary to aay that we regret it;
but snob is tbe fact. We will endeavor, in
the future, to keep posted oa tbe movements
of our excellent Gymneatio Association, and
make it a point to be present when any ex
tra attraction is offered. Our neighbors of
the Journal were present, we infer from a
brief, though interesting, notice of the exer
oises last evening, and we quote from their
Tbe Turners furnished a rare exhibition
of aeobatie and gymnastic feats last night,
and tbe notice of their intended appearance
on the Invitation of tbe members oi tbe Gym
nastic Association, brought together quite a
large audience, included in which were a
number of ladies tbe ball alleys being oon.
verted into a platform, furnished with chairs
for their speoial aooommodatioa, Tbe Tur
ners piled themselves into pyramids, and
various other etruotaree. In a manner neon.
liar to tbe eoienoe of Gorman gym nastios.
sue biwiim wmm tiu wius great cejioruy
and was displaced with the least possible ef
fort. Vhe feats oa the vaulting bar, were sur
prising specimens of the flexible and the rig
id. The Turners converted themselves into
wheels and flew around the baruke revolvt
ing suns In a pyroteobnio display ; except
that there were no colored firoe to mark their
flying outline. Altogether It wae a remark,
able exhibition, and wae received with much
The above It just enough to cause our
readers to regret, with as, that they missed
a very InUreeting eoUrtaioajent, .
The Peach Crop.
The peach crop in this vicinity gives great
promise of sh abundant yield, 1 be croakers
bars, thus far, failed to do sny ennakl arable dam
age to the buds ; end it msy now be said te be
settled that will aot kill fruit. At any
tims during the rumors about the killing of the
early fralt buds, the falsity of th e report could
have been shown on elimination of the bnds.
If ws have ao bid luck after this, ws will
have the largest yield, of all kind of fruit, ob
tained for many years past,
Booth of this city, in ths neighlorhoods of
Mismisburg, Germentown, Franklin, Middle
town, ste., the prospect for lsrpe yields of
peaches is bright, indeed. We learn that a
gentleman near German town, who his ons of
ths most extensive and thrifty pesch orchards
in this portion of ths State, estimates that he
will hive, wiih anything like tha ordinary
luck of fruit growing years, between three tnd
four thouaand bushels of peaches this season.
He is an intelligent fruit cnltnrei, and his
judgment lu Ibis regard, is taken as a ttasdrd
by fruit men .in this valley. Other culturists
of intelligence snd experience corroborate his
judgment in reference to the probable yield of
the peach crop this a wson. We will probably
hsvs good fruit this year, st prices which will
place it in plenty in the reach of all. This wil1
be a great blessing to the animal creation ; snd
we trust humanity will be sufliciemly grateful
It is probsble that thoee fruit tree depruda
tors, calerpillera, will sgsin make their appear
ance this spring. Our freit men should csrs
fully watch their trees, snd destroy the first
vestiges of them. This can he easily accora
pliahsd when the eggs srs deposited upon the
trees; but if left until the insects begin to crswl,
it Will be almost impossible to destroy them"
and if they then do not utterly destroy the
fruit, they will deteriorate it, and make tbe
yield worth next te nothing. See lo the eiler
piller depositee, if yiu would here good fruit
Pmnom' CHnr Knmox or Wivf-lt Nov.
ns. Ws have this day received Rob Roy, by
Sir Walter Scott, being Ihe third volume of T.
B. Peterson A Brothers' new and cheap weekly
issue of Wsverly Novels, by Sir Waller SeoU.
Giving truthful dalinrstions of people, r.hsrse
ter and manners ever upholding; the cause of
religion, morality and virtue, they should be
welcome at evary fireside where these precepts
are taught- ' The great barrier, heretofore, to
the introduction of these works, hss beeu the
high price at which they have been held, but
this objection is being now overcome, by the
publication ol these works of 8eott in such a
form and at such a low price as to bting them
within the means of all pet ao nt whatever. To
Messrs. T. B. Peterson A Brothers, of Philsdel-
phia, more than all other publishers are we in
debted for this new feature in American litera
ture. The worka of Cbaa. Dickena, Chan. Le
ver, Mrs. Southworlb, snd msuy other popular
writers, have been issued from their press in a
cheap form, and their last enterprise is in giv
ing to tbe public, tbe works of Sir Walter
Scott, complete and unabridged, at tbe Very
low price of 85 cents for each work, or Ihe
whole series for Fivs Dollars. The edition em
braces the whole ef the author's works, aud
will be contained in 36 volumes, one of which
will be Issued oa each succeeding Saturday,
until complete. A full set will be forwsrded,
free of Postage, by Mail, to aay part of tbe
United States, to sny one, bt the publishers.
on sending a remittance of five dollars to them,
for the twenty six volumes. At this low prioe,
all person, should possess themselves of a set',
and we would take this occasion to adviss all
of our readora to make a remittance of Five
Dollars at once, per first mail, to T. B. Peter-
A Brothers, Philsdelphis, for the entire
sett, who will send them complete to sny one,
free of postsge, on receipt of thst sum.
iflu-Tbere have been more o ran ires eaten
this spring in Dayton and vicinity, than ev
er before in one season. Indeed, dealers
inform ns that they have sold four times as
many oranges this spring aa in any former
time. Of course they bave been afforded at
cheaper rates than formerly. We learn
however that the price of tbisusoious fruit
has been raised, and that is will not much
longer be hawked about our streets at from
15 to 25 eenta per dozen. - In the meantime
the people will obtain the fruit at any price,
while they can.
CPA gentlemen who hss, on two occasions,
sppeared before the public as ons of the "Old
Folks," and believes that he has obtained a
footing in the family, suggested to us to. day,
siter reading lbs eommunlrstion of "J 0." in
this morning's Gazette, thst the writer of it
should be excused from further inconvenience,
trouble, expense and participation in the matter
of "Old Kolk'e Concerts." Ws hope J. 0. will
TstNa-T Bousaop Rxraxsiimrivs- Ths
Republicans hsvs elected one hundred snd
eleven members to the next House of Represen-
stives. Minnesota, Oregon and California are
the only free Slatea that have not elected mem
here. If the Republican! should get the Min
nesota members, they would still lack six of
hsvmg a majority in the next Ilouse. The Or
egon and California members they esnnot get.
It is now certain that the Southern Amercans
will hold the balance of power in the next
House. They ean decide tbe auestiou of or
kvo-0ur readers will please bear in mind
that the Fair for the Benefit of Darton
Lodgo, I. O. O. V., will commence on Easter
Monday, 25th inat., at lieckel's Hell It
will continue through the week, and during
the time over $1,000 worth of valuable
property will be sold. The artiolee may be
seen by oalling at the Jewelry Store of Mr
I,afee, one door east of the 3 J street M. E
ISUThe dirt and filth which had been
scraped carefully into heaps on Jefferson
street, the other dsy, is now rapidly return
ing to its former condition. In a day or two
it will be ready for another scraping.
t-Tbs Msntgomsry House is bow ao insli
tution. Since the old landlord, 0. 0. Emrick,
took charge of it, the old customers of the
bouse are coming back. "Old familiar facee"
are to be seen at the Montgomery, and "ardor
reigns In Warsaw." The travelling public will
please take notice.
tPMr. Ayres, Main atreet, just above Third,
announces another arrival of prime groceries.
Hs is constantly adding to hla atock, which is
evidence that he ie constantly selling. He
offers superior inducement to buyers.
tTFor the best quality of family four, aad
feed of all kinds, call at Soavely'a, in ths
Montgomery Douse, Jd at., east of tbe canal.
Hs Wpi tbe best te be obtained, and sells at
the lowest rate, (or task. -
The Daily Empire.
We select the following notices of ths enlarge
ment of the Empire, from a few of our ezrhan
ges, to let our readers see what is ssid about It,
as for ths purpose of thanking our eoteaipora
riesfor thsir expressions of good will. We
commence with the mnsrks of oar city cotenv
EstAsnsMKST or mix Evmes. The Empire
sppsired on Bituraay with a seven column
page, which makes it folly as Urge as the Ism
eat In ihe City. Tbepreneurs of advertisemeuui
"compelled" the eitenaioo of ile dimensions.
This isa sort of compulsion to which en news
paper man ought to object. We commend the
enterprise of out Democratic neighbor, and
hope that the pressure of business snd ths In
crease of trade may give it plenty of sdvsriise
raenta to fl'l the new columns which it hss de
voted te public use, Xsyfea Journal,
Ths Empisi. We rrloiee thst oar kind
neighbor snd personsi friend, Dsvid Clark, hss
been eomtelltd" to enlstve his paper. It is
sort of "compulsion,"- however, based on
prosperity, snd, therefore, not at all onerous.
The Empire is s first rate paper, snd ws cor
dislly extend to lis editor "the risrht hsnd of
fellowship." Though differing with us political
ly, radically, we have ever been treated by
him in a fraternal spirit, and our individual in
tercourse has been everything thst ws could
desire. Ws doubt not thst ths Empire, will be
liberally rewarded for the expense of enlarge
ment by the enterprising citisens of Dayton
Niwsr-Arse ENUsnr.ur.trr We are glad In
perceive thst ths merchants of Dayton are wa
king up to their own inlereats, for tha Dayton
press appear at this lime lo he better supported
than it hss been st sny time previous. The
Dsily Kn:pire has been enlarged to a seven
colun paper, snd. notwithstanding ws bavs
often occasion to differ with ita views, we hsvn
no hesitancy la declaring, that Mr. David Clark
deserves all ths patronage hs receives. t?er
ITThe Dayton En tire comes lo us much
enlarged and improved. We are glad to see
this evidence of progress on the pert of our
worthy coternpnrary, sad hope the Empire mav
continue to wield a commanding Influence in this
Mismi Valley. Success to you, Bro. Clsrk.
tKLAKi.D. 1 Us Dayton Dally Km pi re came
to us yestrrasy morning lo an enlarged form
snd vastly improved appearance We are
glad to note this evidence of prosperity in our
uayton coternpnrary. tVevcianif term.
NxwsrArnis. Ths Dayton Daily Empire
comes to us considerably enlarged., and makes
fine lypngrapical appearance. The Empire
sftly edited sod is a lively readable paper.
Mr. J. Vj. Reader ia connected with the Empire,
aa editorial capacity, and bs performs his
parxwtiu SDiiity. oyrinjtrieia newt,
ITT The Dsvton Empire hss been enlsrged
and is bow ae large aa any daily in Dsvton
We are glad to aee such sttbstsotial proof, of
proof er.ly. - Bcrring its polities, the Empire is
model for a smsll duly sprightly, wide
swske, snd full of news. Asnte JVeiet.
There, thst will do, for this tims arid hence
forth. Our cotemporsried may consider that
we are on our good behavior. But, one word
our good friend of tiie Xenia News . We
suggest thst if you look again at the Daily Fm
plre, you will hardly ssy it Is tmatt, no matter
whit else you say.
CITY COUNCIL. CHAMBER.
TUESDAY EVER NO. April. 12. 1859.
Pre sent Messrs. Decker, Wiggitn, Phillips,
Kiersted, More, Gillilsnd, Boyle, Thomas, But,
Luis snd Bombergsr.
A petition from Wsl. Bennett; asking Coun
cilto appoint him Auctioneer In the city of
Dayton Referred to Auction Committee.
A petition aaking Council to cause lot No.
3691 to be filled up. Received snd owners
ordered to be notified.
A petition asking Council to sppuint John P
Hurley, Supervisor of district No. 1. Receiv
and laid oa the table.
A petition asking Council to cause Brown
street to be psved and guttered. Work ordered
be done in 00 days,
The President then announced Ihe fullnwing
Standing Committees for 1859.
Finance More, Decker snd Bimru.
Accounts Kierated, Luis snd Wiggitn.
Msrket House Boyle, Butt snd Phillips.
Ordinances Decker, More snd Lutx.
Ga Bimm, Kierated and Thomas.
Bridget Gillilsnd, Wiggim snd Boyle.
Public 8iusre Dicker, Phillips snd Lutz.
Grades Wiggim, Butx snd Boyle.
Levee Phillips, Gillilsnd snd Kierated.
Jail Gillilsnd, Boyls snd Bills.
Firs Department Thomas, Gillilaiid
Old Ditch Luis, Boyle snd Bulz.
Burning Ground Phillips, Thomas
Auction Bimm and Thomas.
Road Committees 1st Dis. Phillips, Biioin
and Thomas. 3d Die. Wiggim, Decker and
Luta. 3d Dis. Gillilsnd, Boyle and More.
4th Dis.Lutz, Btits snd Wiggim.
Ths owners of property on the slley enat of
Ludlow street, running east, thence north to
Sixth street, were ordered to pave ssid alley.
By Mr. Kierated Resolved, Thst tha Solici
tor be requested to draft an erdineore repealing
the ordinance of Msy 13, IBM, aa far aa it
relates lo the election of Supervisor, snd
throwing Ihe duties pertaining to Ihoie offices
upon ths Street Commissioner. Referred to
Committee on Ordinances.
Mr. Kierated briefly celled susntlun la the
ordinance ef June I, 1815, dividing thc'cVy
into four Supervisors'e Districts he shuwed
that a fair construction of the ordinsnce left
out a large slics of the Third Wsrd, te wit : sll
of Maiu street north of Fourth street, the bound
ariea of tbe first and second districts being the
east and wast aidee of aaid street. He thought
that this ordinsnce should be either smsmled or
repealed, so as to form ths City into see district.
under the .uperviston of ths Street Ooeimia-
smew.. Us thought that, by this opemUos,
some aevea or sight hundred dollars petsiuiuiB
would be saved to ths City.
By Mr. Gilliland That the 0 H. A D. R. R
be ordered to plank ths track in front of tha
alleys between Ludlow and JrftVrtoa strata.
By Mr. Buts That the Trustees of ths Gih
Wsrd be authorised to have Richard and Way
as streets graded. Referred to grade commit
ter in connection with the CUy Engineer.
By Mr. PhillipsThat the Market Master be
ordered to call upon the Ex.Meabera ef the
Oily Council and collect all city maps in their
possession, belonging So the City, and distillate
tbew to auch ' oiembera e( the present Ceuucil
aa have aooe.
By Mr. More That the Oily Clerk furnish
the Council with a full statement of ths smouul
of money on hsnd bekingiug to tbe varioui
By Mr. Phillips Thst the Market Master
be authorised to collect the Public Square reals
aew due tbe city. Adopted.
By Mr, More That all cowwitteea having
nflaished business is their hauda report at
the aeit meeting of the Council on the aame.
Damages aaused by the opening of Pulaski
street was referred to the Trustees of Stb Ward
and the (irede OoumltUe.
The boadeefl-B. Bruea City Solicitor
fUnuel Marshall Infirmary Director, Adsm
Kunlz, and F. H. Sage, Canslablea, were read
, The bill f Adam Bloom fur grading Third
street nesr the hydraulic wss referred lo tb
trnstees of tbn let Wsrd.
Ths bill of the Pariflc Fire Company for
fo.W was laid on the table.
On motion of Jit. Phillips the report nf the
committee in reference lo the flow of water
down Xenla avenue, wss tsken from ths tnbl
sndrs committed to the committee with instruc
tions to hsvs a survey mads by M r. .Samuel
Forrrr snd the City Engineer. The committee
are Phillips, Thorns, and Luts.
Several bills were psassd and Council ad
swanu exchange says at a recent einm
inatinn of candidates for tracliers, at Xenia,
the question was asked: "Who inhabited
this continent before its discovery ,y Euro
peans T" The would-be teacher very grave'
ly replied. "'Ihe primitive Puritans."
gsja-Vound yesterday evening on Jefferson
South of Fifth Street a Porte Monnie con
taining a small amount of change aud
small key. The owner can have the same by
calling at Siunday & Stansifer's cienr store.
IITIf the weather proves favorable lo mor
row, our citizens may expect lo aee a liltlcrnu
fee by Company B. 1st Reg. O. V., the Light
Guard, whom, in thst event, will make Iheir
appesrsnce about 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
CTThe rumor shout the Light Guard inlen
ding to parade on to morrow afternoon, ha.
assumed a definite shape; they will favor us
with ssmp'es of their but "drilling."
A reward of f 1 ,000 has been offered
by tbo authorities of Chillir-oihe fur the re
capture of the murderer Wallace, who broke
jail at that place some few days since.
fT We have oecssionsl glesms of sunshine
in this merldisn; but the general bearing of the
we.lher ia gloom snd storm.
IT The thermometer at hslf past 1 o'clock
to, dsy, indicated BO decrees in the t.hsde I
That ssys rsin.
Kornhv-catiom. The Sorehead (Forney's)
(invention meets in II urrislmrg, IV, to
i. o. s. r.i
De Molai Lodgo No. 4
APRIL IS, 1859.
Order nf Procession.
Grand Sword Bearer.
Guird of Honor.
Vice Grand Commander. GraLil Patriarch.
Grand Secretary. Grand Chancellor. Vice
Brethren in twos.
Brethren in twos.
Guard ol Honor.
The Procession will lesve the Hull on Msin
atreet, at eleven o'clock, P. M., prrcisry, and
proceed by the following rnu'.e -.
South on Main tn Fifth.
West on Fifth to Ludlow.
North on Ludlow to First.
East on Firat lo Madison.
South oo Madison to Third.
West on Third to Wsyne.
South on Wsyne to Fifth.
Weal on Fifth to Jefferson. ,
North on Jefferson to Third.
Weal on Third to Main. , .
North on Maine to the Hall.
(Giselle snd Journal copy.)
On the llth Inst., by Rev. John Lawrence, Mr.
William G. Filth to Miss Sarah, Barnes, both of
llaysji, Ohio. '
Oa tha same, by the Rev. V. w! Conrad, at his
room, No. II, rhilllpa House, Mr. Levi A. Hill to
Miss Kllzabsfh Keller, both of Jeflkraon Township,
Montfoucry County, Ohio.
Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R.
T,hree J.uly Trains, via. Columbus.
Through tickets from Dsyloa te all Eastsra
THHEK Daily Trains aaeh way, leaving T)s)ton
fur the Kaat aa follows: Night Kxpreaaal l,wa.
Si. i lay .Kprese,l& a.m. Aoeooi anodattoiis.aop. as.
Arriving at liaytoa, Aecomasudatloa e.bs a. as.;
No. I Kxes, llso a.m. Hay Kxpreas, 6,w p. m.
Trains run By Columbus time, whiufc Is 7 sslautes
faster than Psytou lime.
TaroHi-ii tickets can be had for all Eastern cities
by c.llmsoo P. H. Waraiaa, Ticket Agent, st the
Vctiot, Kaat Third street. .
Iieyton, Xenla ar.d Columbus Leaves at S, Ml p.
.,sn4 arrlvea st s,6S a. w.
All freiahls left at tbe Depot b. . d. .. will
be lorwarded aame day, bv s,.ie p. si. Frctghta ar
riving at A,SSp. St., will be delivered at v,IHia. m.
C. Wassas, Gen'i. Ag't. spria .
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY C0PIR,
POR BALE, j- S I
Tits Recipe and how to uianufaatu. a,.tHiHra.
brands ol rure uld Caadulterelra U.juo,. ...
Without using a particle of Vii' .1, , ui ,
Vrugi,.'. .V?. cV
AT a cost per gartoa less thai the u.tiM
pri lor Crab Ciller time I. .da vs. l.acl,
tide for purity stands second Id uojieni tits' wit. ,!.
The eomixisttion Is ierlectly simple, aa ,a harm!, s
aa tillered water. Ail Uie cormei'ltotin lke lion,
the rawmatvrlalno recttfylnj, iyi ftlterin,
peuMfiveiber tta and aj.en-e. ni t.- t -
thing, la thesmure of men. Vnoae- iTrtinit .
follows: . : - r
Pure Pale llrandy, l'ure Dark Ilranjv JrSir
Old Rourton W hisky, 1,'ure Old e WJii.
ky, mre old lloHand Ui 1 ure old rH
Wine, Pure old. roecit Ursndy. t'ure-old A
pie Brandy, I'ure old Mon.j,Wt.i,-ky-'w-
old Malt Whisky, I'ure old it -f;ett... h
ky, Kitra Uummoa htakv v r -- -
Addn-ae llAN'tt-.l. J. Vf bK.
aprll . Westeru Ag't., t.iitsinu, onliu
FIRST OF THK -SEASON I'.
I O K CU K vVM
. ' UAH 1SB HAD AT
P. J. W D L T Y'
This Day and Evening,
Aauleveev L.v an Kvcntlul durlne the auiuuer
HMua. al ake susuee 1 Mala aad v'vurth slrvels.
ajtie . .
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON
pniLOKOniKRH pmnoanc tl. pmp
tin .rmtinnei, that, nn "irriltthl bdy
f rr 0O11.S tn COntltCt With Hit Immmahle ne.a 1)
that ht it mv. one thin u riin. ri i.nri
eoMfti, ennf i-Ailli'tlnn. that th HkRi n,i i unp.
Kkt (o)Mfttvr nflensl lo the ps?u of Diai'tnn,
.r- to bo fon id M No. 914, COH, 'U I H A ND CLA V
BENJ. F. WAIT
is bow opening a large and msgnlAcent assort ment of
Staple tSc Fancy Dry goods,
Ju-t re wived from the Kastern title-, and selected
' ,' "' expressly lur this maikel. Hla stock Is
ii, , vii.iiiig in parr or
rt .,. . .... -
' "7 miss, i. names, iirillinnts, l.awns
v Inter goods, of all descriptions, llo
ciery, Notions, etc., etc. A line
lot of Spring ft Summer Shawls,
(Japes and Mantillas, a
lurge and splendid as
sortment of Hun
nets, Si lion
livery kind and variety of Hate a large
euppi; tor young ana old.
As rents anil nth-r nn- .m .,-k I... -..,
nf the "deep waters," he feels cr.nltilent In bring
able to sella! lower figures, FOR THKfASH, than
can lie uMained elsewhere; not even excepting the
establishment presided OTer by the gentleman from
- "-- apns-ainusw
superior Court, No. IfflS.
Frederick Kcaert, et
pijHSHANT to an order of the Superior
X Court of Alnntrnm-rv ritntv fihln .,.,1.1.
the above ense. at Its Anrll term. lia.,l in -.u.
reefed, 1 shall offer at public auction, at the door of
, i uuri neuso, in me city ol Daytoa, in the
""""I1" mufiigoiner) sou aiareoi Ulilo, on
Saturday, Mav 14, 1859.
net wb the hours of one and four o'clock, P
ol mid dnv, the foliowlne Real Kstat. a
ste In the town or Oakland, Montgomery county,
will l.nt No. one hundred and two tlosltn the (n
I not." ' Mi Klvr t'owBshlp, a laid on
'-- m-i r-oniru in saiu Montgom
ery COUntv. Ohio. Hllri RHHtari. I. ,n .
judgment In favor of Daniel Beekel, against Kred-
erlek Kekert, et. al. .
i,e anove prnerty is appraised at three hundred
lollars. and usn not h ,fil r . i k.n .....-
. ..ie n., m.cu vtiue, wnien IS B'-'OU.
jermsor Sale fash.
N. K. joriiaN, Master Commissioner.
JonnsM and Josiiab, Att'ya. for prrl.
jl'ST received Plated and BrcSpooua, ,
Hriltaiu'a ColTee and T. Pots, H
Champagne, Wine and Ornamental M
And a genera Ussortment of
KMVKS AND KOKK.S, AC.
(;ive us s call.
HKCkLKH, HKMLKV and MAXTON,
aprl'J ikl street.
FIRST OF TUG SEASON!
Ice Cream, Lemon art pJ"
AND SODA WATER!
CAN Dli HAD AT
y. H. 13UCKKS
Kvery Day A Evening through the svmmir.
He I alto nrrnared to fdnilRh Drlvat uul wtd.
n ir nAi-Ucv, nia nkt. etc.. with th beat of Ice
Conlfctlonrrieisr' vhichheaftbrd- mt very reaoo
ble rftte?a. He fee , tiontideDt that heci.it give aue
rior acooiiiiuoilAtlona for theprlce. -Uvebinaeai..
Cor. 2d St Main, N. Obmar'a old land.
rt BUSH, heat qUnlilv of Pink-eye? Potatoes,
')t juat received from the N'M-th-weat. in nrlme
comiltioD.onU for , at the atorenf
W. li. HA NDr-n BUHU aflfl IU.,
U- Ho. iwo.W atreet, layto.
VV. R. S.AYERS
No. 83 Main at.,oppealte CourtEonar,
Wholeside nd Retail Dealer in
ForeiL-n and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, PickleK
every variety of Fruits hermetically
' sealed in tin and glass.
ten, Saliid Oil,
Wood and'WUlow Ware of all varieties. Child
ren's t.'elw, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, eUMklug
Horses, elc, etc. aprll
xleusive sale of Fine Furniture,
WK will sell oo THURSDAY, the 14th
day of April, at So'clock. A. M . lathe build.
next tn Wat. Bucse's Conleetlonery eetetdish
ment, tiie followlug large etocs or Furnltuie,
sisling in part ol one nae Tlestee Bedstead, aud a
.trlii4 Alstraaa, Fiencb Solaa, Lounges, Couches,
Marble Top and Veneered Tabiea, Bureaus, re
taeies, tine Parbir Chstra, Rocking Chairs, liinlng
Room Chairs, Arm Chairs, and an aaaortment of
other chairs; CualoiK-niaile Moots and Stands, line
Hat Rams, W I ,t Nots, Looking (ilaasea, aod la faet
aiiaosl every article generally found In s complete
furniture Want Room. To bs sold without reeerve.
TKHMa All suiu. under B .cash. All ouwau.
sixty dsvs. Over .10, ntnetv dava. Aud all sum.
over 9 lou,da. aiouthseeedlt.
i K, CHBISTOPHER,
, C. I', 11UUKK
aprll -ltd i Auctloav sera.
Asaitfnt-e'a le; F.iliaordlBiaryl
'of rtsrj ANiKAva '
G O D J K VRL R Y
tTH tj. Jots Brm of irotSklnaon, llro. A
r,-. .li,.! Aittmifecturers oi Wat.b.a.
Ot-n-c VF! liHt.au.y, Nw Vofk, to COIM-
ujeh. P o. H-'f 1)
,011 I III,, sii.i
I, all. 1 .'(..!
.'utiaoe tor aiw
r l n
H buart ua-
i t.t!ll H
'v- I. adies
H a.-id ciauiine.
!! su'l tii-siuine.
i mv J ev-Miino.
.-t and to...
l -t .....
Vi Mr t'
1 1 imeo. r '
t nrnl, .,!,, A ; : i.,t t 1
CnlJltl, .iun.vt ::;ii;i'-!a an 1 K
-" ' " it, fourl- 1
' ' h i.'tics, J-jerlt r t
' -ubios, jye ru t . . .
All eooiis'-warraatW a rei.n-wfind, ...
autd Uarvur.li tiie dey at
tuM Utrvur.n tl,
low oh cxiikbtti,
V. bl.Nir.1 I,n- ,
f. c. ore, A,gaee.
AJft KMlD Young Dk
Hnw, IS hands high.
Al so A Pkeilott Buggv.aew, T.
tttuiiw ef i.r.'.'Kt.h' '
lluor store, N.T2, e.i .,.te, 1, .
f : . ..
IX'N'CH" every ,
lltaa," at te o'ihxi, '
'ei. tl.tf ll UUiiCe
AN ott fr.iU C'atiWitftaS riRTu vtoom
w mena. ft. in e, v hi?, we rnd r t ti-..ther i,i :
ta in the rmit tir-e t-iiali.e-ti, m hivfi, Uy in
Intmr, aasl with miifh eaetitrin, nemmi ar'imt.
loitrtour (nut Irw, All rtA.iT.ie- ttt.-.i.
the ntv of 'J-.ff.h Mikea at iti" uimmi them, wit'
th- rvs-ftflnnifrtile.iinn of Jnh. Halmei. M. Sttniirtr-i
pahhifi n.l HertnAH, Clint. O. in an. I Wni.J
MrKlnny nHtrlir,!, ftrf. tl,,,rt.n.
W rnrwfvrn all rrMviM tmm torvtrtf rhut Trer
from -eilfra haii.a; f n, h cPtMlorrura rf-pretienilni
the trefe in h frnm our nor. or y, H. th rire ln(rin
loajnti our rVHtnt :ont aa) i.nin our name", aa weiA
M othawra, wilhout our knnwiiye nr cnnM-nt. a
aprtMlate JACOB HlriKS and iON. I
Opening Every Day! I
TO TIID LADIES f
THE IINDRRHIUNED HAS RKCKIVED
her new Spring stock ot , ;
rillliier bidcI rianry sob!I!,
Her stock of bonnet. Is inrge ami consists nf Silk,'
Jtraw, esnee, an.l all ether alnda Hist the prtn '
Trade demand.. She srepe alsnon hand s splendid
Flowers, Itihbons, Silks, Crapes, Sliemelles,
llonnets, I,aces, Head Dresees.Cnpe,
Children's lists and Klnts,
: Wreaths, Pramsa
and Wires, ;, t . f
All of whlca sbe errers at LOW PRICKS, at her old
and well-knnwa establlshnient. KlL.nlielt
tlnusnee of Ihe publlo patronage). I
szueacning and rrlnimlng done on short notice. T
Mf!S. N. IIOWAHD, L'
No. Ill Main street, aear Fourth, i
spr7-Sm DAVTON, OHItJ.
Mrs. U. L. WARREN,
A'o. 61 ATai'rl rt, bettrren Strand and Third.
VyoiTLD INKOTIM THK LAOIEH w
" Dayton and vicinity, that she has Just re- f
turned from the Fast, and is now opening the larr.-
, - irvnoiiiiii assoriiurni ui
That hat Avar rsrfota hea nfnti n r..i.rn- 1
era. The aaaortment conat.ta, in part, ol
' TRIMMINGS, &C,
All Of Which are moat fahillllj)lp nalterna n,l -li
taatea of hr euatomera.
Lad tea are Invited to call ami exnniine her itock,
at her at ore, two door north ol Ihe Court llmiir.
aw-iv-raw-u wiiu eiecij rrieienee 10 ittt wiit ami h
Dayton & Michigan R. R.
SHOUT LINE VIA LIMA,
FBOJI . -
DA1TON TO CIIICAUO.
Distance 277 mllee. Two Daily Trains.
One Change of Care Onlv.
OV AND AFTKK MONDAT, AIM! 1 1. 11,
lose, Pasenger trains will leave Davtnn at a isi .
at. aad 1,ii. s.. lor Sydney, Lima, belphon, Kt.
Wayne, Toledo and Chlcaeo. connect , k, .(..-
with train, on the Belu-lontaine and Indiana Kali
roed, for the Kast snd West. The H.uo m. tr.i,, I
oaaectaat Wepakpnetts with hack lor M,im ..
nrvuivnnnu nuiisrer. uoin trains connect at I.tntaaT
with traius oa the P. Ft. W. A (!. a. a a,, i-.., .
snoe, Ft. Wsyne, Plymouth snd thlcajio, :ast lor
Pittsburgh. Phlladeli'hla.fcc. '
"''?"' ")"", arrives st
Ft. Wayne sts, !v p. n. Chicago I0,w p.m.
Bacood train leavlug at 7,34 p. as., arrltes at Kt.
Wayuestt.l.a. m. Chlcugo II.Au a. n.
Chicago t ,e s. s. Port Wayne 11,50 a m , arrive
Day tun 7,J0 p. ai. Seeond Train .leaves Chicago
7,6c. p. ro. Fort Wayne S,00 a. n., arrive at Dm -
,?-."'. ""' Plqaa wiih
train, for (olumtm.i at llayton, with trams on the
Cincinnati, rlanillloaa. Da ton Mall Rood, for Cin-
ni,s ii juu ,i,r Bfiuin.
t?l. "m P0" WM a North-weal. Also for
rtttstiurgh, PhllKtolpMa and nil ItaaUrn cities, sud
all loess pain sa Ihe Belleaiaa and Indiana
Hall Road, caa belied by calling on. a. K. Kino, Tie!
et A sent, Ualoa Depot, Davtouj or pa the aMtr. rent
agents on tbe line.
rare as low aa By Bay ether mate.
Be careful and oall lor Ticket bv way of Lima
1'rll M. SHOKMAAKR, Sup't.
o - a L
N b3 - 9 i
B1 ( -,
s-x . . u I a - .
Coal, Wood & L
moULD RE 8 P K C.T JF li L LY A N-
V souaee to Uweltlieae aT Osytoa snd vicinity
that he la prepared to supply In large or small nuau- -IllleaaU
who asay favor alia, with a call, with ll.ew7' 1
beat iiuallty of . .; f
TOOOHIOHM PBRH Y CO. ? f
C O ! --i-i
-. AUK, as MAI OS HAND .
"A GOOD ARTICLE OF WOOD, f t
J WMICIf RWlil.Wl.i. sV' - ."
09UI. prXB aXSQl.l, , ,
He Is alao
i Is alao prepared to deliver la anv narr or th.
ally, the best w-
Which la the Most desirable lime brought to this
eity. All orders promptly nlhM,
lard aad lMHo.,o Third street, near the Xenla
'"Pot. ,. ' aovis-lvdaw ..
HOTICB TO BTOCKUOLDERB
Otrti or sms 1 1 , Ham. fc Datton a R. Co, i
Cia, in,i, Aprll Sth, issv. j
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of this Coaipany will be held at their outce,
(Sixth atreet Ueput,) la CISKtnaatl, en Tuesday, the
day of Ala,, seat, between the hours ol sine and
ten, la the a,orn,ug at which time a report of the '
anslrs of the company for tbe yr precliiig, will
bestihaaltkd. And at tMsarae plaice, and on the
ante day. between the koura of leu lu tbe mornlnr,
ed lhr-e Is tbe sfteruoun, the. Stockholders wilt
make choice 61 aloe Directors te serve Ihe en-aieg
yee, and set oa ajiy other business whuh way le
presented. ', M. SHOR1. S y.
apr-t , l
-.e IT. N. WINTER,'.
' KQ. 11',! MAIN' STHEET,
Batwa3d aad 4th sta.Dayton.O.,
'I'AKKd this nietliod of Infuroiinf! the
.X sttliensirf Us, ton vvci-ity, that he h.s
mw vi: hi, . ii.plo) iwci.r y-.r&lKUll.nt. workmen.,
ami n..r i- uv(...i .-t to uijuero ovJer. Inth. Kesf.
at.bt ol 'l lre.UJ. 'd acc.JlUiug tv tnc uisot rs.-htoi.
t-i'.f ci'ifriurn's Cioihiii of .11 kutits. he
aii swh W S'1'- p,tnt B.tliiMctO, -
rw.p''' 'i.uJ atJlUilS A til. . 4 St..- -A Pui.vJ'
r y - SM 11 it '
4 AKD ...
r ha r
ui:obue oiniui i, yi "
Oa. Door Eaat of the-ose U&c'-.
Vf-A SpUadid Eooia, BlMd 11 e (cit it-tofLr
aire. . -. spvis
1V Bt '.'-