Newspaper Page Text
From 444 Broaclway, NY.
BKHT BAND IN TUkVoM.D. A
BKHT BAND IN TIIK WOULD.
- HUSTON HALL, 4
A HUSTON HALL, 4
MAT D AND 4TH.
MAT D AND 4TH.
MAT ID AND 4TH.
m A KARK TKKAT.
g A KARB TKKAT. 4
' A RARE TREAT. ""
OOOD Mt'SIC NF W BrRl.rQ.I'FS.
OUIID MUSIC NEW rU'RI.KswUF.
I.UUD MUSIC NJCW BUHLBSttHKN.
MORDO A HERNANDEZ,
i ! . : MORDO fc HKKNANDKZ,
MORDO A HERNANDEZ,
BEST GUITARIST IN THK WORLD,
BEST GUITARIST Iff THB WOULD.
BEST GUITARIST Iff THE WORLD, M
CAN BK HEARD,
CAN BK HEARD
, CAN HE HEARD,
For Twenty-five Ccntt!
For Twenty-flee Ctntt t
For Tventy-fice Cento!
aprW-tt A. A. PKRRV, Agent,
For Cash Onlyj
No. 110, Main street.
HAH Jl?ST RECEIVED THE REST
and most complete stock of
SPUING k SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
F.verbroughMothi. .Ity.whlohwerr mannfeeturcd
prijfohlnicrbvii)HN H. HKjKRS.orrin-er,i
acknowlwlged lo he th brst Boot and Shoe
Manufacturer In the West.
In addition J HA v K and WILL K EF.PON HAND
a full and varied atoc of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, ft STYLR and QUAI.ITT la t'NSURPAiS
ED. I am oonfldent I oan ft et up
TUB BEST FITTING HOOTS A SHOES
In the ally, and I will guarantee aatlalaetloa In all
W W. WILSON,
HI Main street, t door anutli of th Market.
N. W. W. alao keep a tupertor article of FRENCH
a-No Eastern Work kopt at this estab-
apri-da - '
W") CI 4 AT" Q Q
J.V k5 V X J-i-lVO
80 Main t.,oppeslto Court Houae,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles;
every variety of Fruits hermetically
sealed in tin and glass,
sups,Sardins,Oysi ten, Salad Oil,
Wood and Willow Ware of all varieties, Child
ren's Cabs, Toy Wagoua, Wheelbarrow, Rocking
Horaea, etc., etc. aprll
Opening Every Day!?
TO THE LADIES
omit; imnuRHinNED has recei ved
X her new spring stock of
.... . . ' .
Millinery and Faucy Uoods 1 1
Heratoak of bonnet. Il larao and consist of Silk,
Straw, C'rapn, and all other Kinds that the Spring
Trade demand.. She Keeps alsoon haud a splendid
Flowers, Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Khemelles,
All of whioli she offers at LOW PRICKS, at her old
and well-known establishment. 8he solicit i a oou
tlnuancr of th public patronage,
tf" Bleaching and Trimming done on short notice.
MRS. N. HOWARD,
No. 113 Main atreet, near Fourth,
prt-in DAYTON, OHIO.
Charles Aubert's Estate.
$4,000 Worth of Jewelry,
1,000 worth of other Penonal Property
At Public Sale by
ADM'R. OF CHARLES AUBERT, DKO'D
'TIIE pertooal property belonging to efltate
X of Cfatrifti Aubrt,4aceaiiel,roniUtlnK of 11 Urge
a umber of fold and allvttr wUihM, olouki, jewelry
of every klod, on dark brown 9 year old oolt, one one
roarvood alx octave piano forte, houarhold and
kitchen furniture and other personal projwrty, will
be sold at public vendue, at the late store room and
residence of the deceased, in Day tfjn, Ohio, on Tues
day, the loth day of May, IH69. couimcnclna; at
o'cloca la the forenoon, and will continue from day
to day thereafter till the property Is all sold.
Terms oi KtJe All sums under fts to be cash;
atisfts above and under ftO, to be three months credit
all suns above M and under loo, to be six month
credit antl all aumr of l0 and over, 9 months credit.
m uieui.t iiie purchaser to gtye.hif nqtf
with approved personal security, for ajaount pi
9vea Dersonai aecuriiy. r ajuouu. pui
aliased, to bear interest from dy of aale.
Said watches, cloaks and jewelry are all of
beat ouallty, and were selected with great care
Mr. Auberi during Ms lifetime, for the retail trade
in the city of Dayton and vicinity.
prW-Jtt H BOLT IN . Administrator,
CONBTA.NTLT OH HAND,
AMD FOB IALB BT
N. W. WILSON,
N. 116. BIulu atreet.
UlVi!ll A UUAlilw
Amnovmccusmt to thb
Ladies and Gentlemon of Dayton
Great Gift Book Sale ! !
A SPLENDID GIFT!
Worth tram FIFTY CENTS to ONR HUNDRED
DOLLABH, will be given with every book
aold, for which w receive one dollar
and upward at tint of sale.
OWING to the unparalleled auooess
have met with for th last two months, w
removed to the .pafllous and elegant store,
Me). 63, Jefferson street, corner of
And have eiad rrt additions to our stock of Books
and iwlry, w are now prepared to oner greater
Inriuvawen' than ever. Our etock of Booka
Jewelry la sew aud carefully assorted, and eouaista
of Bible, plala and (lit, Hlsturleai, FoeUeal
Mleoellaueoue Work. The (illla eooslst of
and-Stive Watohss, Gold Locketa, Jold Chains,
Gold BracaUte, Gold Panulls, Uold Slaev Buttons,
Gold Studs, Cameo Broochee, end a great variety
other artfatl of Jewelry. AIM Ladire' aUr-ant
AUKNTI WANTED. W ara prepared I
greater tutf uoements to As ante than any oUter
IruMlahcr la th Lolled eiuw.
Mo. u, JBnoa St., comer of Third, isrtoa, O.
tfHuM W. A. Mi DONALD.
Try 1 ' '&
MAY 4, 1859.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OfFIO Or PUBLIOATIONl
Impir. IiiUiRfe Wrist., Ml JffcnM
Be Malt 18 oopee r ' ,
10 of-att par Witk . ps.jr-.blci to tno carrier,
ingle oplM,ttt in wrappers, seen t.
The Cincinnati Type Fotmdry Oornptny I
our July authorised Agent to maks contracts
and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions,
Ac., in that city.
To BUMBO M ex. Th EmpirtJob Rooms
ere in compute trim, and w are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the beat atjle
oftbeart. 011 in and esamine our work and
iearn oar price.
ILTTo Aovnuviaias. Advertlssments or
Notice for th Empire mint be banded Into
the orlles by la t'tUeh on th day they are de
tired to be published Imttr, We cannot
agree toioaett then after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who desire to bar advertisement
inserted in the Weekly Empire ihoald hand
them Id by Saturday morning, at the latest
teaOur advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important matter to them.
ETSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
, Tar It! Th Daily Empire, aloealand gen.
NEWS paper, is published every after
rlnnatl, ' ... . .? . ..
I noon. Price, 10 cents per week, payable to the
0arrier. 0ur eitlsens are solicited to fr il; if
, .... ,., ,.
i it doe not give satisfaction, w will not insist
jon their continuing it.
! with an audience of as appreciative people as
! were ever before congregated there, and it was
evident that better salifctlon was never be-
fore given. We have conversed with numerous
indlvidusls since the concert, and all are hear
Ifo. ty in praise of the performance of the Oamp.
Bali. Don't forget the sale of extra alee fur
niture at No. 119, Jefferson St., just above the
R. R , to morrow morning, at 9 o'clock. Bar
, gains csn surely be hsd ; and we advise our
friend to attend.
Taitmra r thk OaHrsuLS. The success of
the Osmpbell last night was a triumph over the
Insinuations of carpers, that they were not a
meritorious troupe. Huston Hall was crowded
I bells. Each mmbr of the troupe exerted him-
self to please, and succeeded to the satisfaction
of everybody. Hernandes seemed to be eon
sidered a prodigy who approached the super
natural. His feats of sgllity exceeded any
thing we ever saw; and his performance on the
guitar was certainly as wonderful as it was
plestlng. He uses the guitar U eser I There
are no "sticks" in this troups every member
is a troupe of himself.
.The entertainment of the Campbells differ
from most of those given by "burnt cork" gen
tlemen ; they are not only chute and interest
ing, but they are novel and deligbtlul ; more
nearly suiting the popular last then moat of
the entertainments with which w are favored.
This evening they give their second and last
.concert at Huston Hall. Their programme
o'p"- Ther "m "P"'' ob ot wr
many of their admirers, two or three pieces per
formed last night. Those who would sea and
onr( Tery agreeitle sntartainment, should go
toHuston Hall esrly thisevening.
. J uk aul i be f air at Ueokel's UaU is
! no, being attended as well as it deserves ;
any other Fair ever held in this oity. The
object of the exhibition alone ought to crowd
the Hall nightly. Every feature to whiob
the least exception could be taken has been
withdrawn, and every possible attraction
added to the Fair. Indeed, every judicious
suggestion made by the friends of the instl
tution baa been followed, and the "Daugh
ten oertainly show every proper courtesy
to visitors. Those who have attended this
week affirm that it is the arrest jair they
have ever attended. It could not be other
wise when it is in charge of responsible la
dies, who exert themselves to make it a real'
ly meritorious affair. We especially desire
our friends and readers to patronise the Odd
Fellows Fair, in chargs of the "Daughters
of llebeoca' at Beokel's Hall; at least call
in and satisfy themselves that it is fully what
we have represented it, The prioe of ad'
mission is a mere trifle, and the display is
worth ten times th amount of the dim im
vested at the door. We hope to see a large
number of our oitiaent at the Fair this eve'
OaUKaa Cou GuLsaru,. 1 will no doubt
be gratifying to the public to learn that Ool,
Gillespie hes again become proprietor of the
Furniture Ware Booms recently occupied by
Mr. O. R. Epich, on Main street, a few door
abore 2d, and for so long a popular resort for
those who desire to procure euperior furniture
of every tylo, at prices within the reach of eve.
ry body. The Colonel will now put hi elegant
rooms in complete trim, and will add to theal
ready fine furniture there. In a word the pub
lie know what the Colonel see do in hi line,
and they may be assured that he will put his
establishment In the beat possible condition.
His manufactory, will be put la full Must, and
he Intends t urning out a supply of the best poa
sible work from the best material to be had
here and elsewhere
proprietor, at th War Rooms oo Main, above
ad where all who have unsettled account
are requested to call and settle.
ETThe public and th medical profession
particularly are referred to Uvs card Mr
Deitrich, la another column. He la en of th
beet Druggist la th country, and he has a
of th best and moat complete Drug Houses t
be found any where. W speak thus parttea
larly from th fact that being out of bueineae
for a short lime, and having located la a new
place, hi old patron aaight not all know
where to find him. H I Bow located la lb
centre of trade, la th Phillip Hons, 3d st
two doors east of the Phillip Hons entrance.
Dont forget Ui place.
ITTh. Phillips House le allv with guest.
The travelling public appreciate th xrtieaa
of Mr. Hubbelij and thee wb eac visit hi
house have a desire to "call agaia." The
"Phillips" was never a popular as under the
Proprietorship of J. E. HubbelL
tTThreepi ale parti left th elty thia
morning for th wood. They war small
having Just th number accessary to mat each
trip delightful. Th weather Is aaueaally
I. O. F.—Grand Encampment.
The following officers of the Urand Km
oampment, I. J. v. r., are present in atten
dance npon the session in this city :
M. W. Gr. Patriarch C. W. Cowan,
M. B. Or. B. PriestC. II. Bodoock,
Rt. W. Or. Warden I. W. Newbnrg,
Rt. W. Or. Soribe W. M. llublwll,
Rt. W. Gr. Treasurer Geo. I). Winohell,
Gr. Messenger N, Htewart,
Or. Sentinel R. K.. Cox, '
The representation from the subordinate
Enoampmente numbers about eighty. The
Report inform as that while the tables show
an increase of reoeipls in the Enoampmente
throughout the State over those of the year
previous, the list of membership has not in
creased. There is, however, at the present
time, quite a good foiling in the order, and
good indications of large acoessione during
the present year.
The following ofloers were elected this
morning to serve for the ensuing year :
M. W. G. Patriarch C. F. Willstaoli,
M.E.O. II. l'rieet Haml. Marks,
R. W. U. Warden Theodore Clapp,
K. W. G. Soribe W. M. Uubbelf,
K. W. O. Treasurer Geo. D. Winohell,
R. W. G. Rep. G. L. U. S 11. C. True.
This afternoon we learn that the offioere
eleoted will be Installed, and that the Ses
sion will probably adjourn this evening.
Tub Police. It will be seen by reference
to the Council proceedings that the old po
lios have been re-appolutod. This may be
taken by them a an endorsed of their past
course, and is oertainly a oomplimont in a
city where there are numerous applicants
for their positions. There is one matter yet,
we oonoeivo, that needs attention the ap
pointment of a "Keeper of the Station
House." The Polioe are wanted about the
oity, and in their neoeasary absenoe from
the Station, a man should be there to attend
to business. It will oost something, we are
aware, but we are not by any means alone
in deeming suoh expense neoessary. Com'.
plete the matter by appointing a Station
Thb Campbells at thb Asylum. Those
exoellent folks, the Campbell M instrels,went
out te the Southern Lunatio Asylum this af
ternoon at 2 o olock, on invitation of the Sui
perintendent, Dr. Mollbenny, to give an en.
tertainment to the inmates of the Institution.
This is a new thing in the history of Mini
strelsy here, but we learn that the Camp
bells take delight in giving entertainments
for the benefit of the unfortunate wherever
they go. A gentleman just returned from
the Asylum informs us that the patients
were greatly delighted with the performan
CTThe Probst Court wss all day yeaterday
engaged la the ease of the 8tte of Ohio vs.
Benj, Cristine; and this morning wss princl
pally devoted to getting a jury to try the cause.
This wss accomplished at noon to day. Mr.
0. is to be tried simply on the charge of selling
ardent spirita contrary to law. The examine
lion of witnesses will be made this afternoon.
IT We auppoae that because of our position ss
editor of a neiM-papor, persons frequently in
quire of us concerning matters transpiring at
boms and abroad. If they would subscribe fur
and read the Empire, they would not be under
the necessity of making personal application
for the new a For ten ctntt per week they
could secure the reading of all the lo:al news
worth reporting, snd which they csn find enly
in the Empire. Try it friends.
ITOregon or, "Dayton east of the canal"
is contributing her full sbaro to the improve
ment, aod business of lbs city. Every thing
"over there" is active, and we are pleated
know that the prosperity of the "East End"
healthy, there is nothing forced about it; no
sickly progress, but a robust growth which
promisee to oe'r top its surroundings.
CT 8. Shafor, at 119, Main atreet, has a large
and fashionable establishment of Dry Goods
which be is selling off "cheaper than the cheap-
t, for cash ; and at No. 131, he will dress
gentlemen op in fins style, for $!i snd upwsrdst
Ws sdvise sll who wish cheap clothing or Dry
Goods, to call upon Bhafor, Main street, just
opposite ths Phillips House.
tT Walter Keeble, Ksq., agentlemaa, and
actor of considerable merit, i in th city. He
will leave for Wbeeliot;- to. morrow, to take
charge of the Theatre there, which will
opened in a few days. His msny friends
this community will be pleased to leers that
hs is in excellent health.
ITThs Ladies will please observe that John,
Van Doren A Co., have made a reduction
some of their nice goods, and they now offer
greater attractions than ever. Of course our
lady frlenda will at once improve to good offers,
and not put it off until ths goods era goni
snd they will y now.
Buildings are In oourse of erection
almost every part of th eity. In the auberbs
new building are dotting the heretofore va
cant lots, and w may expect that our bor
der will be considerably extended during
th season. Improvements are also being
made to property in every direction. Day'
ton is advancing
KTMr. Brydgea, the managing Director
the Gnat Western (Canada) Biilway, ha eon
tribnUd $500 to th fund of the Detroit Fire
LprlmDt, a an expression of th sense
entertained by the Company of the cervices
rendered by th Fir Brigade at the fire
Wiudaor, on 8unday morning ef last week.
VTA. comet the first which has mad
appearance sine th famous ons of Donati.
October last was disoowod at the Observatory
st Aaa Arbor, Miehigsa, by Mr. Watson,
the 83d ult;
CTThe gutter along Jeffersoa atreet, south
is aa Intolerable nuisance. "It sinelleth
unto the heavn.'
Th moon was sitting on a eiond,
Full fledged in gulden light,
A hitching oat th littl star.
Th chickens of the night.
But out of sll that brilliant brood,
Produced by Luna, pal,
There was but on poor little chick
That could prodnoe a tail.
A diesolut woman nain4 Rosanna
Dodd, wlf ef Pater Dodd, of Defiance,
brought her mortal career to a tad snd
Friday, th 22d ult, at EiasnsU SUuun
Paulding county. While a freight wss mo.
mentarily stopping, aho endeavored to step
between th ears, and waa instantly crushed
to death. She was about forty years of age,
of diatipatod habits, but In early life ia said
to have had opportunities of culture and rs
naeutaai above her station in after Ufa -
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER.
TUESDAY EVENING, May 3, 1859.
Present Msaar. Bombcrger, Wiggim , Boy h,
Decker,Phillips,KierMd, More, Uilliland.Buts,
Thomas, Lots and Bimai.
Minute of the last meeting were read and
Mr. Gilliland from th committee to whom
Was referred the planking of the Rail rosd
track at Prairie atreet, mad a majority report
Mr. Biram alto mad a minority report on the
asms eubject. Aftr Some disruaaioo, ths two
report were received snd laid over until the
next meeting of Council sod the. committee
By Mr. Decker, That the Atlantic Railroad
Company fill certain lota in the eastern pail of
By Mr. Decker, That the street Commissioner
be authorised to contract for the removal and
burial of all dead animals. Adopted.
By Mr. Gillilsnd, That the owner of kit No.
3HWon Ludlow street, be ordered to ibste nui
sance caused by atandlng water within ten daya.
By Mr. Luis, Thst the trustees of the fith
Ward have the mouths of alleys paved on lieu-
Ry Mr. Luts, That the trustees of the 6th
Ward have the gutter repaired in front of lot
No. 1 IBS, east side of Wayne Rt. Laid on the
By Mr. Boyle, That the grade committee es-
tabliah the grade ef Brnen St.
The resolution in regatd to appointing a
Jailor for the Station House Waa Ukrn up, snd
sfler soms discussion it fas rejected.
Th Mayor In pursuance of an ordinance
asased Sept. 3d, lfW , reported the following
appointments for lvlleemen for the coming
1st Ward, William Vaa Doren,
Sd do S. L. BroadwelL
3d do John McCain, (,
4th do Daniel Hardin,;
5th do W. M. Clark, I
6th do J. D. Ingersol).
Council unanimously confirmed the Mayor's
nominations for ths 1st, 2d, 3d, 4lh snd 5th
srds. There being another candidate nomi
nated from the 6th ward, Council went into an
election, which resulted aa follows, Ingcraoll 8,
The report of the Market Mater waa read
and placed on file.
By Mr. Phillip, That the Cily Clerk be an.
ihorisedto advertise for proposals for repairing
Bridge street between the levee snd ihs bridge.
By Mr. Gilliland, That the matter relative to
the repairs on Mad River bridgs be referred to
the grade committee and the Oity Solicitor.
The bids for grading and graveling Wayne
and Orchard atreela were referred to the grade
Aflerpasaing sundry account, Council ad
t(jThe May number of the Missionary
Herald, the organ of the American Roard of
Commissioners for Foroign Missions, says
that the financial propa of the Hoard' do
not vrighteD, The reoeipt for the first
eight months of the present financial year
were less than ? 180,000. Should the four
remaining month produce a corresponding
income, there would be a ucbt of at least
$40,000 at the close of the year. To relieve
th Board from embarrassment, the receipts
for the remainder of the finanoial yeur must
roach the sum of $35,000 a month.
A Siumple Stumpbp. The subjoined an
ecdote of a candidate for the Legislature of
a western estate is worth telling:
there wo "stump s-jeaklne, ' and Abnei
had been on the platform enlightening the
unterrirled long and loudly. "Fellow oiti
tens, " said he'I now come to a slanderous
report which has been most dastardly circu
lated against me from one end of the oountry
to the other. My enemies, net content with
endeavoring to ruin my political prospects,
have, assassin-like, attempted to blast my
good name by their insidious reports " lie
then stated what the rumor was, and oontin
ued: "1 rejoice, my iellow citizens, to have
it in my power to instantly fasten the iie up
on this malioious and atrocious slander. 1
see among you one of the most estimable
ciusons ot this county, whose olioracter lor
truth and integrity is above question. Squire
Schooler, to whom I allude, is acquainted
with all tbe foots, and I coll upon him to say
whether this rumor is true or false, 1 pause
for a reply." Whereupon Squire Schooler
arose, and in a strong, slow and sonorous
voioe said, "I rather think you did it, Ab
nerl" "You old soonndroll" shouted Abnsr,
why do you interrupt me, while I m discuss
ing great constitutional questions, with your
low personalities?'' And be accompanied
this objugatory exolamatinn with such a
surge of gesticulation tbet be stepped buck
beyond the platform, falling backward on a
big dog, amid the bowls of whioh, and the
deafening roars of th " sovereigns," the
meeting was ffeotually broken up.
A Strahok Conceit. The insane often
entertain the most ludicrous idea of their
own condition. There it a man in an asy
lum in one of the neighboring states who be
came insane in oonsequenoe of a failure in
business. He explained the reason of his
incarceration as follow : "1 am here be
cause of a mere mistake in business. was
engaged during the winter in making mus-
quitoee' wings, wnicn I expected to selljin
the summer. I bad ten thousand of them
on band when the season opened, but onlor
tunately I had forgotten to make them in
pair. They were all left hand wings, and
consequently 1 lost the sale of them and waa
obliged to suspend payment I'' He relates
this story with a gravity and aroestoee
which testifies to th siooerity of bis own
belief in the explanation. Button Journa),
Is the World a Mistake.
On of tbe saddest mistakes which good
people have made ia in supposing the world
to be a mistake. To these people and
their number is not small tho earth ia but a
theater of paiu, 'and sickness, sorrow and
death. Joy is illusive, pleasure a cheat,
laughter a mockery, and happiaeu a thing
impossible, ana not even lo be looked for on
this side of ths grave. Th performance of
all duty is the "taking up' ot what they call
"a erosa. J hey are acta any atraid to be
happy, under an overshadowing impression
that theT have no riarht to be lienor In thia
life. They believe that there ie something
Intrinsically bad ia the world they inhabit,
and all the joy that proceed from it They
have an Idea that the moral evil whioh af
flicts tbe human race ha struok in. All
the sufferings of the brut creation their
throes of labor, and sickne of body, and
pains of death re so many voices pro
claiming th fatal failure of Adam, Human
nature of itself it aa awful thing. God i a
great law giver, aa inexorabl evntr. aa
awful judg, a Being to b feared more than
loved. Life Is a trial severe, unrelenting,
perpetual All that aenu good aad Rraeoful
and glorious in th world la a hollow
shaaa, tor the deception of tb unwary and
" ram o w aawwe. siasowy iiioobid.
Roger Hearty, aged fifteen, snd Bridget Oon-
nan, aged seventeen, arrived in I lira country
three weeks since, hating eloped ( st ihe sol
expense of the latter) from "the old folk st
home," in Ireland. The eeceasary reremony
for making of twain one flcah not having been
performed, th boy hnaband left hie lad) leva
to do for herself, on their arrival in Detroit.
She thought to be revenged by charging him to
with seduction, bnt foiled: the Judge decided
Ephraim Pendleton, master of ihe American
bark Sarah Park, ia In jail In San Francisco
on charges of oruelty end causing th death of
s roan named William. The inhuman harbar
ly of thia man, (t'rndlelou,) as detailed in the
San Francisco papers, exceed human belief.
He will be tried shortly.
The New York Tribune ia of opinion thst
the movements in the ease of Mrs, Harturg af
ford strong evidence of the necessity of aban
doning the use of capital punishment, if not on
the ground of principle, at least on that of
The coke house belonging to the Cambria
Iron Company, at Bevis Creek Furnace, near
Piitalmrg, was destroyed, snd 100,000 bushels
ofenke which It contained, by fire, one day
Henry Ward Beecher Bays an impudent clerk
can do nlmoat a much Injury to a store aa the
neglect of the proprietor to advertise hi ware.
A ntive American cow, belonging to Mr. O.
II. Starr, of Cuyahoga, had a masculine calf
on Saturday, which weighs one hundred and
There in a well near Brandon, Vt Tvhirh
freerea over every night. Ice also iiicruata the
sione around the water nl. from fifteen In thirty
feet from the surface.
Ten large conservatories for the protection
and preservation of tea plants, daily expected,
have been erected by Ihe government at Wash,
The anniversaries of th religious and ben
evolent societies commence Iheir annual meet
lugs in New York on Thursday, lath Inst.
The American Bible Society takes the lesd.
The people of Raleigh, N. C, have been con
siderably excited by the discovery of aconspir.
aey to assassinate the Mayor of the city, which
only failed from lark of courage in one of the
Ex Judge Vondersmilb, of Lancaster, Pa.,
hsi been convicted on two indictments for
forging fraudulent pension claims. Four other
indictments were barred by the statute of lim-
Madame Bosio, the charming Italian ainger,
formerly so great a favorito in New York, died
in St. Petersburg on ihe 12th nil , after a very
short illness. She waa about to fulfill an en
gagement in London.
Mr. E. Farience, a French gentleman of talent
aud cultivation, is about to commence in New
York a weekly jourual of Republican princi
ples. Its name will be L'Epoque.
Peoples., who killed an uukoown man on the
aieamboai Montgomery, ia in jail in Louisville
awaiting a requisition from the Governor of
Tbe Missouri paper, in anticipation of
largo demand for ropea for rigging, are pub
lishing the fact thai their farmera are succeed
ing in raiaing large crops ot thst article.
There will be a Japanese Ambassador in
Washington before ihe next meeting of Con-
Wheeling, Vs., was in a stats of grest slorro.
on Tuesdsy and Wednesday, at the prospect of
repetition of the flood of 1659.
Mrs. Macready is giving public readings at
Salem, Masa., and M'me. Lespernier.atNashua,
The San Antonio Texan states that General
Twiggs hss been dangerously ill, but is slowly
The President will not receive visitors in
future till after one o'clock, P. M. Visitors lo
Washington, pl.'ase note the fact.
The art of manufacturing bricks that will
float li ns been re discovered
For the Empire.
Uncle Sam's Southern Tour.
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF.—NO. 2.
About 4 o'clock of ths da; we landed in
Louisville, our boat was loosed from her moor
ing. Th late rain hsd considerably swollen
the Ohio, and we teaincd it over the falls
without the lesst difficulty. Darkneta soon
overspieaJ Ike horiaon, without the slightest
opportunity for making the acquaintance of
those poor beings, who have always been the
object of my most tender solicitude. At so
early hour I repaired to my room with the hope
that a little sleep would calm down the various
emotions of the proceeding dsy ; but all my ef
forts to get into the land of dreams, were fruit
less. My life principle hsd got such s bold on
my imagination that it rolled through my brain
like a chariot of Ire, the whole livelong night.
Th first dawn of th morning a light found
me pacing the hurricane deck, endeavoring
bathe my temple in the occasional apray that
flew from the revolving paddle of our neble
boat. Little or nothing of interest trsnsiired,
as we wended our serpentine course dowr the
Valley of the Ohio. Here and there the blos
soms nt the esrly Spring flowers, might be seen
springing through tbe green sward that had
snvelopd ibeir Under sterna, sod shielded them
from tn c.lil! bleat of tn winter, now gone
to the tomb of its predecessor. It wss my
intention to stop soms dsy at Mound City,
where I bad some buaines of importance
enact. Tha Captain promised to lend at that
putt, to let me, with one or two more of the
passenger ashore ; but judge of our urpriee
when rounding the bend Just abore the City,
we discovered the whole thing waa submerged;
and Ui only sign of any tangible thing was
slender pole, supposed to b set wbr tha
mound wss, with a flag of dislr wsving
mournful folds to th northern breeis I Sad
indeed were my feellugs whu I beheld th des
olation of all around, and my one bright hope
of a apleodid realisation from th Mound, waa
all buried beneath the turbid water that rolled
ever ils centre I
JheTlCvsry dog la Massachusetts, who
would bate th right to live, must be regis
tered, numbered, and licensed by tbe tows
clerk, and every dog must wear a collar
with his ownsr's nam and his own number
registered ea it. Kvery dog worth owning
i worth a collar ; and every man not ashaat
ed of hi dog would Dot object to haying hi
nam upon tb sollsr. Just suoh a
ought to b fs foro and t-forod in Oblo.
Oatke uut.,bf Bev. D. Wtr.tav, at she resile
ml a IT &kt as. bv.wb m-. u .
I f00, kotkef Mad miret towaabtp.
Change in Business.
11 K 81 U O V 8 of makintt a chine tn my
J-' mode of dotal hnelneee. I take the method of
mmrminf my customer etui an omen iiiai irnm
thia date 1 will Uo an etolusive Cas.t Retail Bust
ness, and will ill r'urnilure to stilt, an there will bp
no occasion to make the Individual with the cash
pay for what is lost In the ererilt system. 1 will sell
rrmnrkalily low, IVemtnir this sufficient notlr, I
wish to say. In oonoluslon. that any one hsvitis
clalrnt aftMust me thst are due or unsettled will
please call and have them settled. Alao,
THOSE K FtOW I NO TtfRMSRI.VEfl IN NT llClT WILL
FLIC ASK DO TIIK SAME
I thank all m void eui torn its for their llheral m-
trounjr, and solicit a uontluuanue of the samp.
ui w m i OKMKH.
, and Jour, ey 4w da.jr-eh Kmp.
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD
OPENS its Entire Infrth for trnnflpnrta
tlon of nassensprs and IrrlrM. eft'ordlnar the
shortest, quickest and eheappat route to western
Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and the New
on and after Fpbruary 14, trains leave Hannibal
for 8t. Joarph daily at :tXi a. m., or upon arrival of
H. Rt. J. H. R. pnekpts ftoin Ht. Louis arriving In
ttt. Joseph at 7 P. M. same day. connecting; with It.
H. line oi rlrst class packPU, which leave immediate
ly on arrival oi trninM, for Nfhraska City, ihnnhti,
Council ill una, Atchison, We ton, and Leavenworth
THE H. A BT. J. R. R. LINE OF PACKETS
I composed of the most oltant snd oomfortable
tranters on the Misxli'tppl river, and run expresily
in connection with this road; boats .ravins; St, ,ou)s
every day at S o'clock p. at. for Hannlbnl, estopping
only at Alton) taking passengers arriving hy the O.
iM., and T. H , A. h. Ht. L- Rnllrnaris, hy which
t.aenfrerf from Nt. Louie arrive I St. Joseph In 94
i ours from Louisville in i hours: slso, Ir m ipitn
oy close connection Is made hy a tine it earner with
train- on cmcaRO fmnoy ana Toledo itjulncy
nniirunu. w nra lower ina in) ninrr rouie. dss;
KKe checked through and handled free. No eliar
for meal and staterooms on packets.
Km tyrants dndrlns; to accompany their stock, may
fpipnd on mini- throurh by Fast Preieht Kaiii-Ma
Trnln, Freight taken at lowest river rates.
Patspnirers are resoeetfiiliv rtvi nested to eons 1 tier
this new, short and cheap route ttefore selptlns; oth
ers, as It has unquestionable advantages over all
eaa be purtihaeed at all the
Railroad Ticket Ottlcet. JUSIAH HUNT,
P. H. CROAT, General Ticket Agent.
A. O. CLARK, Traveling Agent.
Wednesday, May 4, 1859.
DOUULK.SKIRT 2 Jupe Hero go Oreim.
dine Robes at JO worth $26.
Rich Barege do. at $l worth 30.
Handsome Robes at tlx. seven, eiifht nine and ten
Printed Rareges, Organdies, French Lawne, and
Chintzes, all at HKOUccn Pan es.
my4 JOHN, VANUORKN A CO.
I. o.o. IDY
ENTIRE CHANOE OF PROORAMMB
01)1) FELLOWS' FAIR!
Continulns for on week longer, at
. BECHEL'S HALL.!
Dayton Lodge No. 273, 1. 0- 0- F-
Will continue Its FAIRevery evening thli week,
under the tuaiiagenieut ol the
Daughters of Rebecca.
The nroceeda of the Fair will I devoted to flttlnf
up theli new Lmlire Rooui, In Walker's Block.
rjAII olijetilionuble loatures are reitiovid.
'I he Mt-mGers of the Order, and the Public Kcnr
ally, are invited to attend. my
CITT PROPERTY 1 1
Jeflurson st. A handsome Lot. West side, below
Sth st. buiall Pram upoo It,
Second st House and Lot below Perry, north
side. House, Two-story Brick
Large aud convenient. Lotoux'JUO.
Brown St. Opposite Buckeye at. Large Brlak
House and large Lot. CHklAP.
Drown at. Comer of Ann. Two-story Double
Urlck House, good cellar. Well,
Cletere, o. will rent to pay 10
per oent. on the Investment.
Mcllonotighst. Opposite Barr. Two-etory Frame
Fifth St. Corner of Montgomery. Fine Lot.
small rrame House.
FORTV LOTSI On the Hill between sl and Sth ata.,
and a large number ol vacant Lots
In dim-rent psrte of the elty. For
sale eheai,or toexchangofor ouher
CHAH. F- CLARKE
Heal Fstste Agent,
Clegg'a Building, Id st.
Concentrated Essenc of Jamaica Oln
FO It the Cure of Indigestion, Nervous
Headache, Flatulency, and for all troublea arte-
Ing from a bad fltomaeh. Aa exoellent article for
weak persona, rrepeied ana sold by
J. W. D1KTH1CH, Druggist,
PHILLIPS HOl'SR, opposite C ourt House,
Third si., Ie ton, o.
JNDIA Kubber Diapering. For Children
. and sick Bed.. For sale hy
GENUINE taw's Hrown Windsor Soap,
Honer, Almond, Paint, GljcerUie, Nymph anil
Ponclne Scaiia. For ssie by
W. bfGTRICH. Drunlat.
VllttilN Olive Oil, of a superior quality
for table use fine, fresh and .weet. For aali
by J. W. 1JIKTHICH, Druggist,
npt'HIC Paints, Canvass, Urushes.
J. W. 1IIRTRICH, Druggist,
2wd Phillips House.
TIIK Firm of Harnett & Kiohelberger ia
this day, by mutual consent, dissolved. Klther
of the partner will attend to avttllng tiie buainMa
of Ihe firm, and tb name ol ta arm will be used
until sll settlement areetrected.
O. H. BARNFTT,
llaytnn, May 1, 1 SOS. VM KlL'HKLBi.'RGKR.
Valuable and Weil-Kept Fnrnlture,
11 A NO-FORTE BUGftY,
AT AUCTION ! 1
ON Thursday morning, May, 5, at 9 o'clock,
Willi aold the furniture of house No. UJenr
sou-i-irevi, auot Bixiu-sireci.
Hair, C.oth, aad Plueh Sofaa, do. Elisabeth sod
Castor Chairs, Gotbie aud Cana-seat, Heeeotloo
Uiaire, W hat-Nots, Oval Iwilra-lablea. Flra atta.
Dlnlng-Boom and Ball.
tllcloth. Mahoa-anr Dinlna-.TablM anj ai.i-
warus, 11 i soia-nair, udM and Tea Urna,
On superior Roe. wood Bedstead, Walnut Marble-top
Dressing Bureau and Wash Slan.l
staada, plain Bureau, enclosed Wash Staude, Bedstead-
and Mattraasca, together wita Mvvea. fciultea
Furniture, dc. '
On Superior Book-Caa aad Secretary, M la.
Heveu-tAUve flallvFurl) and on Leather-Top
"-apt- . A. V li.LLreJ.
I. i. CHBIHTOPHEP, Aucttoaeer. (ma.J
Jf. I, Weston
KEKl'S, in connection with hi aupply of
Woolea Manulaoturer'a arUsles, a large and
lull assortment ol Inula Rubber Belting, far king
racking Hoae, Se. Would eeneelally call the illu
tloa ot Miller. Manufacturer amf Machinists tn
my stock 01 aeiting, wnien 1. any per eent ekeaper
than any otaer kind of BelUag for power and dura
biuiv. Haa alao oa head Lacing Leather, Belt Hooka,
Warp, Machine Cards, Heed, a.
302 SECOND BT, D ATT ON.
Charl Aabatt'a IUtat.
ALL person Indebted to th, Estat of
t harU Aubsrt, dee'd sre respadlully reuueat
4 Is sail and seltie lauiMutely.
. S. BOLTIN. Adm-r.
OSloe, Mat aid Malntreet, over t. V. Uarat k
Sro.'s ator. B,
piNK APFLKS-1 barrel, in prim or
der, just reaaavM.
O r. B. SHD L.
IS. SHOES, iC'iCI-
NEW WORK, at '"the OLD STAN 1 )' ?
No. ni, Jt-flersoit Slr.-r-t.
It 1. -- U,. U... .it .
fnfn, wo-.nen ai! I'htlftj-n.ueueuil. tin the congillon
WOUU) KKPKCVMIXY HAY TO
the elHrene of Itayton snd surroundta conn
try, that Ms Spring snd Rummer atook Is now com
plete, eonslstlnerof all klmlsof Ladles'. ft'.Nr.es'.and
Children's) Roots, Shoes, (tttters, Ac. with heels or
without also a large assortment of Mens', Boys',,
and Youths' Ikmra), (.alters, a id Ox ion! Ties,
Having purohaoed hit stouk Mltt from the ISieto
rles ftir cash, enarhs him toselias oheapor cheap
er tha i any oilier houne lit this rtty.
He also has a larye supply ol Mens Patent Leaf h
r lWKt,Uittei and Oxford Tie Tops, which he will
muke to ord r to fit the font.
He keeps tnstanttyetnpleveJ the heat workmen,
and Is prtpared to do all kind! of Custom Work on
hurt aot ee.
All rtpa repaired free of charge.
He asus a llheral share of public patronage, end
fee's eonttilent that he can please all who order works
mem her Iheold and rnvoiite place, 81, Jf HW.no
street, below the market. aprso '
The Great Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Over Hie InHlantt Central A flny.
ton Ac V'irrn linllway.
ON find iifW WeiinenJny, April 20, 13.09,
Tea Ins will leave May ton as follows:
First Morning Train leaves Dayton att-.M a.
arriving at IndlNnapolls at 1 l:ftO
natiolls at !l:fto a.m.! n-nkine: d
reatoouupctioit with Lafayette Indianapolis R. R.
tor Lafayette and Chlcaco with Terre Haute Hich-
Bioiif K. R. for Terre Haute snd Vineennes, with
MadixenA Indlsnapolls R. R. fur Louisvllle,arrivlng
at Chicago at S:m p. m, at Matt (son snd LomIm Mle
tl:00 r. m. Viiieennee e:o r. si., Terre Haute at :to
vStMjoitJ Tfitiu, lertvei Dayton at II: Ml a. m., arriving
at Indtaiiapoll-atJ:W p. m.. making direct ennuet
tlon for St. Lou h, arriving in tt. Louis at ;0O a. m.t
two hours In advance of any other route.
Third Train leaves Day on at ft:, r. m.t arriving
at luiIUnapolis at 10:iM) r. m., mnk ng dircut connec
tions for ail western points.
Mr2 JAM KS M. SMITH, Sup't.
This new and tieaullfiil style of MI.MMKR HAT
receiveo ana lor sale by
Chamberlain & Parker.
aprt ' 114, THIRD STRKKT.
HUNTINGTON & BROOKS, "
IMPOMTCM AND hRAI.rM in ' - r
Glassware, Looking; Glasses, &o ,
No. 7 2D KUX)R, CARLISLE BITILDINO,
SOl'T H-W-T COR. 4TH WALNl'T STH.
ENTRANCE: ol Weat Fourth Street.
We have recentlv nuhll.hed a Mn,ni.. r-.t.
of our extensive stock, with a full deacrlnl Ion of unr
new mwle of eoaduotlng business, whereby w I
run .ru puv.l nu IMJ l.r I ltll
iiur, lioth In buvliia-
ling, that we are enabhMt In furnish on. mi..
turners with Uueeusware at a rwluiiUoii ol alniiit
twenty per oent. Iniiu forn-.er prli-es. It also con
tains the Illustrations of Carllala III, lull,,.
our OHlu and Sample Honuis sre.tiiistd.and of our
... - -f-- uinTimmi uonufiu warenouse.
tkipirs of this book will be sent lice of chsrge to all
Notice, to Citizens and Farmer.
HAVING contracted with E.J. Smpdfr, of
Philsdelphia, for one hundred barrels of Italian
Cement, and also Kentucky Cement regularly. I am
prepareu 10 nu.iu tisieins ana vetneni ce liars, su
perior to any that hav heen done heretofore. W oik
will haniAsle peiieetly water-tight and warranted.
Repairing done In the bt manner, and at tiie low
Filter of every kind put In Cisterns, top or bot
tom. All Cisterns of 40 barrels, or over, filtered free
The Subscriber has had nine years experience in
the business, and hna given general sat isf aot ion. The
oest 01 reierenoe given, if required.
Residence, No. lin, Jefferson street, weet aide, tc
tween Atii and 6th.
N. B. Ia order to eon pete with those Brlca Arms
Khat are going into the Cl tern business, I will bul.d
Brio a Cisterns, granted, (or M cents per ban el 1
solid, graut wailed, 1( cents per barrel Cement on
earth, with brie a top, 4a cents per barrel.
apt xo-oatw tiii
" SPRING OTOCK"""
DR. STEWART'S DRUG
NO, 62, MAIN STREET.
TIIK most select, choice, elegant and va
ried assortment of PURK DKI'US, CHEMI
CALS, Faint., Oil., Varnishes, etc.; Fine Soaa and
Toilet article, Cigar and Tobacco. Mnutt, etc., tn
be luund in this clt, or lu fact auy wnereesatof the
Hoekv Mouatalna, all of which are onml at less ;
thaa Ctoalnnatl prices. aprltl
31 O TONS White Lead, pore in Oil.
14 IS do do No. 1, do
ie hble. and H bbl. Varnishes. Just nwelved at
anJB H1K WART'S.
A HEAVY invoice of Kin Hair Brnahes,
Tooth Brushes, lulls Rubber t omb, Plns,le,
Just received at
No. SS, Mala etreeS.
PERFOMERT AND EOAPS.
GENUINE French Perfumery , and Lowe's
Honey Soar dleect from lmlorters' hands.
Counterfoil aruelca ot th abot always on band
tor those who prefer them, snd at low figures.
For aale at STkWAMTH IlKl'li STORE.
CiQARB THAT ARB CIOARS.
IT bae been a eoumon remark that a good
Cigar eeuaot be obtained la liayton. Thi stig
ma on our lair elty la at lat reunited. s all lover,
of th weed using ei fttrrsw aar1 ehotee brand.,
will readily Sn-lify lo. Under the luflueneeol oiieoi
thee, It ieeaa to iamgiue I'ut-aalreaily aiiurxed.
Com aloug tnca, ami be at ymv wltk Cub,
useda Wales si ia ti Water,"
Sl'AUKLlNU, fresh, cis.l and pure, and
free from ll tuiurllles, caused by using lead
Always on kaud at lr. Stewart's
BLUB A.1CBL WAl'fia. . '
JLHT reoeived, fresh frota tbe Spring, and
aow 00 tap at Dr. tewarl's
ajMe-l wd DRUO STORK.
JOST RBC'D. AT
P A Y N E S ;
OpportonitUsfor Iudoatry and Capital,
or a Thousand Chancee 10 Malt
CUeaa Band Book.
Morphy 'a tttstti of Che.
Three Vtalt to Madagaacar. '
Th T I liar of FU. or Israel ta Bondago.
First Things, by llarou Hm.
Th State of tb Impsnitcnt Daad.
Danmng s Landaoap Oardcnlag and
Rural Aroaltcotaio. .
With other (Jardenlng aad Agricultural Work. ,
tTW give our vnoivii.) attkhtion to the
Book trad in all it oVrtu.eute. Villi order ny
buoa or aet of booka flvm any jmi t of tbe bsaw, oa '
the snorteat aoi.se, at a liinu aiwouut.
Our Sloak of Wall aad Window Paiieri oatplt,
to whisk w invite particular an ntiou.
apnie PAtNas, No. So, Mala st,