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For Two Nights Only I !
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS,
MAT 6TB AUD TTH, 1IM.
The ntmr Troupe of the Verld I
OFO THHIHTV and H M HOOtrr, PmnrleOf
,'. KOI' PIT., Miintoftl l Ire tore,
t'omprlilnir fourteen of the wwrt BRItX! A NT
UTAH of KTHlMPIAN MINT Hh l.Y, who Will
lpMr two eventr., each In their original, untoue
Kntlr euanf of Profrramme eaeh evening.
AdmlMlon, - 30 CmU.
ioon open at 7, to eommfatt at o'eloek, pre
cisely. For mvMeulurt eee hills of the Akt.
For Cash Only!
No. 110, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
AH JUST RECEIVED THE BEST
and moat complete itoek of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Ever brought to this city, which weremanufeotiired
expressly to his order by JOHN H. DKTKRS, of Cin
cinnati, acknowledged to be tha blt Boot and Shos
Mamifeeturer In the WNt,
la addition I HAVK and WILL K REP ON HAND
full and varied iIock of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, furlTYLP. andQUAl.tTt'ls UNSORPASS
I'll. lam ooritiilrnt I can get u
THE REST KITTING ROOTS A SUOE8
In the eitv, and I will guarantee satlslaollon In all
N W. WILBON,
US Main street, 9 doors aouth of the Market.
N. W. W. alao keeps a superior arlii-le of FRENCH
USTNo Eastern Work kept at Hi in estab
lishment. apr4-da -
Mo. 88 Mala et.,oppeatte Court House,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Fruit, Nuts, PiuUlet;
every variety of Kruita hermetically
sealed in Ho ond alas,
(era, tialad Uil,
Wood and Willow Wi of all varletlea, Child
ren's Cabs, Toy Waf una, Wheelbarrows, Hooking
Horses, eto., eto. aprll
Opening Every Day!!
TO THE LADIES
1'HE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
her new Spring Stock 01
Millinery and Fancy Goods ! 1 1
Har atook of bonnet la large and oonaiata of Silk,
straw, Crapee, and all other Ktada that the Spring
Trad demand. she aeepa alaoon hand a splendid
Flowers, Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Kbemellee,
Bonnets, I-aoee, Head Dressea,Cape,
Children's Hats and Flats,
All of whl.u ah offers at Low PRICKS, at her old
nod well-known establlahment. sheeollclt-. aeoa
ttnuance of th public patronage.
sB-Blesehinf and Trimming done on ahort notloe.
MRS. N. HOWARD,
No. US Main street, near Fourth,
' aprt-Sm DAYTON, OHIO.
. THE CELEBRATED
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
AHD FOR SALR Br
N. W. WILSON,
No. 118, Main street.
ANNOUNCTKMENT to thk
Ladies and Gentlemen of Dayton
Great Gift Book Sale ! ! !
A SPLENDID GIFT!
Worth from FIFTY C'KNTS to ONIt HUNDRED
1IOLLARH, will he given with every book
aold, for which we receive one dollar
OWING to the unparalleled suooeas we
have met with for the laat two months, we have
removed to the -pacloiu and elegant atore,
No. 63, JeSerson atraat, corner of 3d,
And have made great additions to our stook of Boobs
and Jewelry. We are now prepared to olfer greater
Induoemente than ever. Our a lock of Books and
Jewelry U new and carefully aaaorted, and eonaist
of bibles, plain and gilt, Historical, Poetical and
Mlaoeilaneoua Worka. The utfta consist of Gold
aud Silver Watchea, Gold Loeketa, Uold Chains,
Uold Braoeleta, Uold Pencila, Uold Sleeve Buttona,
Gold Studa, Cameo Brooch., and a great variety of
other article of Jewelry. Alao Ladles' Elegant Silk
i " nn j v. e are prepareo u oner
Jreater tndueementa to Agents than any other Boon
ubliahere in the United States.
No, S3, JelTeraon at., corner of Third, Dayton, O.
apran-lf W. A. McDONALU.
Niice, to Citizens and Faraers.
with K. J.SNiDca.or
Philadelphia, for one hun
dred barrels of Italian Ce
meni, ana alao KentuekT
' Cement regularly, I am
prepared to build Cisterns
aud Cement Cellars, suite,
rlor to any that have beea
done heretolore. Work
win oe maoe perleetlv
ter-tlght and warranted.
Amanuer, and al the lowest
Filters of everv klarf
I la CI. terns, top or bottom.
IAll Cisterns of 40 barrels,
or over, altered free of
Tne Subscriber has had
Bine years experleaoe la
the business, aud has given general satisfaction. The
ores e reierenoe given, n rvquireu.
Keeideaee, No. 1OT, JeJtkrson street, wast elds, be
tween eta and Sth.
BF.NJAMIN BEAT. '
N. B la order to oom pete with those Brlua Arms
that are going Into the CI .tern business, 1 will bul d
Brica Clsteru, grautad, for SO Mute per barrel
solid, graut walled, 10 cents per barrel) Cesaeat oa
earth, with brlea top, So eeals per barrel.
Cbarlea Aubort'a Batata.
a IX persons indebted to tha Estate of
J- ckkrlee Aubert, dee'd. are rospeetfulty reaueat
sd Ve eall and aettle Immediately.
S. BOLTIN, Admri
Otaos, aaat side Maln-atreet, over J. W. Uerst S
Bro.'e Store. my
GODKVSUdj s Book, for Usy, Just r
tts B. f. a. SHDIL,
a v rv k
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DAYTON OHIO, FRIDAY. MAY 0, 1851).
THE DAILY EMPIRE
oeeioa oe cublioation
Usirs liili itj, Tiirs st, Hlk lit) M. Itil t JetVmi
By ataii.a.eepae eeeelnadvant'.
10 eeats pr Week. pyabla tot thnearelee.
The Cincinnati Ttra Fonudr Oomnany is
oar dulf authorised Afrnot to make eontracta
and receipt lor aVavenisementa subneriptions,
etc., la that OUT.
To BuemmsMeK. Ths ErnplreJob Rooms
are ia eotnpUte trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions la the best style
of the art. uaii in ana examine ear work and
learn our prieaa.
ILT To ADTsarisaas. aVdvsrtisemenis or
Notices for the Kmpira must bs bauded into
tha office y lea e'else on the day the are de
sired to be published aef Uttr. We eanaot
affree to insert then after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who deslra to bars advertisements
inserted la lb Weekly Empir should hand
tben in br Saturdaj morning, at the latest
goOur adrertlsing patrons will perceWe
that, by oar arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always nrw a
very important matter to tbem.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
Tax It) Ths Daily Empire, alocaland fren
era NEWS paper, ia published every after
noon. Price, 10 cents per week, psysbls to the
Carrier. Our eitisens are solicited to fry it; if
it does not ('its satisfsction, wa will not insist
on their continuing; it.
M sacn ants' Emsasos. There will be a meet
ing at the Merchants' Exchange Ball, Friday,
May C, at o'clock, P. If. Every memlier of
the Ohamber is requested and expected to be
present, as there will be bnsineas of much ira
porlance brought before ths Ohamber.
D. C. RENCH, Sec'y.
Ths Cbsistts Hats Cons r Yesterday we
said the "Chrltlys art Coming I" ToMlay we
inform their friends and admirers that they
hare arrired, and will this evening giro the
Bret of two entertainments, at Hnstoa Hall.
From ths Brat, George Christy has stood at the
I.C.H of the delineators of negro eccentricities!
he was lbs rage in New York, for years, and
since he baa taken lo traveling, he leares bs
hind him a nana which throws a shade over
his competitors deeper than tha lsyer of burnt
cork with Wh teh they are wont to disguise their
nature! complexions. Ia Act, George is a host
and a half, and ho has collected around blia a
musicsl and comic combination, far ahead
of anything we hare ever had in this city.
Ths programme for this evening comprises
one of ths Christy's most attractive and "tak
ing" melageaof mueic.wit, comedy, eccentricity,
drollery, terpeiehorean wonder, touched with
amasetneot, anil the"baker'sdoxen"of unequal
led "extras," which this troupe alone can pre-
seut. Sew Bongs, Solos, Duetts, Chorusaes,
Acts, Dances, Burlesques, ate., etc., will bs
given ia tha best style of ths Christy's j aud
wa need not tell our citixens that they will bs
delighted with tha entertainment. Wa know
loAai to expect, and we hare a faith In the Chris
tys which will not fail.
Tboss good folks who failed to see and hear
Osorgo Christy, Hooley, KoppiU, Campbell,
Mast. Eugene, Goes, and the other funny gen
tlemen composing this troupe, are particularly
advised to procure tickets at ths Phillips Bouss
oralShulla, before night, if they would not
again bs disappointed. The people, generally ,
had belter take this hint.
To sight snd to Borrow Bight will bs ths
ths laat opportunities ws will ever bars of
seeing I As negro minstrels of tha world. . Thoss
who would get into the Hall must go early ; go,
every body j and give the Ohristys a hearty
Mas. Auaxar's Cabo. Ws feel eery sure that
the numerous personal friends' and patrons of
Mrs. Aubert will bs glad to see her announce
ment In another column, and learn that she
will resume buiiasss at ths old stand, No. 306,
Third street, a few doors from Jefferson street,
immediaWly after the Administrator's ssle of
ths old stock, on next Tuesday, 10th inst.-t-Shs
will haves new sod choice stock of flue
Jewelry, such ss shs can recommend, and the
best styles ol gold and silver watches, clocks.
Mrs. Aubert has been for several years en
gaged in the business in Dayton, and by her
ladylike deportment, good judgment, industry
business energy, kaa succeeded in making a
large circle of friends, and building up a largs
business, which has of lata been interrupted by
ths settlement of her husbands estate. Wears
gratified, (and the public will be,) to kaow that
shs Will soon resoma at ths old stand. Our
readers in ths city and country will pleaas msks
B note of it
Taa Bxaltb sr Dattos. Ths Sexton of
Woodland Cemetery, Mr, George Lane, informs
usXhat during ths month of April there were
twenty interments in lbs Cemetery, and four ia
the City Lot. This small number of burials
speaks highly for ths health of our beautiful
city and its surroundings. Health ie a great
blessing, and we ars highly favored. Ws trust
our citixens are suffielsntly gratefal.
CTTbs falters along JsfTersoa at., between
the market and 6lb street, are ia a eery stink
iog yes, that is ths Word, Uinkut condition.
About noun Urne, when the beat of ths sun is
greatest, the the odor of that conduit is pecu
liarly diaagreeable. If thedeniaens complain
of feeling so well along tha line of that "drink,
they will know "to what they here ths honor
etc. j '
tXProvoklog errors sometimes occur In news
paper articles, despite theesreful attention of
tha proof-reader. Io ths article In yesterday's
paper, beaded "Aa Anniversary," the follow
ing sentence occurred "The eeWaf.ea that
begun oa tha 6th of May, 1769, ia Europe is
sot Tst ended." Wa presume tha good seuss
of the reader would inform him that the printer
substituted aa s for a e, in tha word resolution,
It should hare read "The revolution," Ac.
BoKsraise rJraoABl.nv Theee who are lend
of good things (sad who are not T) are referred
to the ad vert i semes l of jQeorge Okmer, ia
another eolusaa. Be has had long experience
ia the business, aad kaow a exactly how to
manefaeturs and prepare luxuries to pleass ths
public taste, George will also pay particular
atteatioa to Ailing orders for lee Cream, Cake,
BTuta, aad every deeerlpUoa of pastry aad eea
fBotloasrr for pis aios. partiss, ate. Oiee his
eetabliefcMnt. Post Ottos aWildiasT, a ealL
CI The Pie Kit spirit ia fairly srwueed.
Parties are daily roaaiag out to favorite shady
eooka i this vleloegs. Ths Weather is of ths
suss sgrsesbls typs,
IT It may be Interesting to those who use
common soap In clesnsing cooking utensils,
and articles about which neatness and eleanlU
aeaa ahotild be observed, thst the soap grease
gatherers are ottt through the country collecting
the MKassns of putrid porkers which they
find laying around loose. The "drifls" along
ths river furnish a great deal of snap grease,
ss ths recent floods ales red the bottoms north
of ns of all ths eareaases ia the vicinage of the
river, and deposited tb.m oa the drifts along
the shores hereabouts. We were reminded of
this delicate subject by a question we heard
asked by a little girl the other day "Ma," said
she, "what can msks this soap smell as queer
so nssty, llkaf" Had lbs mother seen whet ws
saw this morning, and what ws hsvs hinted
st, she would not hsvs been st a loss for an an
swer. All the chemicsls in ths world would
not msks a nosegsy of sosp manufactured from
thentyteof greess we ssw en route for a soap
factory, this morning. Ugh I
L.aiHii Bubfiih. It will be remembered by
all wbo take so interest in everything relsting
to sngling, and who take plesaure In practising
the Waltonian System, that the Laramie Res
srveir broke over this Spring ons year ago, aud
at the commencement of Spring fishing, large
numbers of ths mammoth Laramie sun fish
were tsken in the Miami River. Greet num
bers of these excellent pen fish found their wsy
into ths Miami, and Ibis Spring they are more
plentiful than ever. It is a delightful sport to
take tbem with rod and line, aa they take the
bait like a base, and start off "like a shot,"
when hooked. A gentleman of our acquain
tance csught a bucket full of there large sun
fiah yesterday at the River In about two hours,
They reminded us of the Larsmis last fsll
whsn Nic Ohmer snd party caught them by the'
CTSoms nervous chap is terribly exercised
about eoueiss Intermarrying. Hs sttributes to
this bsbit nearly all the "bad conalilutiona,'
idiocy, etc., of the present generation. He is
too liberal, by half. He should divide the re
suit by at least (tea. The half should bs at
tributed to whiaky drinking, chawing snd smo
king tobacco, quask medicines, quack doctor
ing, inordinate indulgence in improper food,
sweetmeats, etc., etc. Of these, whiaky drink
ing and quack nostrums ars the greater causes
which produce the ills the nervous opponent to
iotermarriags of cousins complains of.
A roxiT j xam. ne ssw a pair ol ponies
attached tn a buggy, the other day, and they
travelled to use a flash term with a 'perfect
looseness." 1 hs owner resides near Lima in
this State, and mads the trip ftom thst point to
this city in as short a time ss any large team
could have performed it. He made the die
Uncs from Troy to Dayton from hslf psstll
A. Jd. till 1 o'clock 1'. M. Ths buggy attach
ed to these miniature "bosses" was tbe usual
aixe. - The owner procured bis tesm io Canada
SoaoHcu 8uqar Cans. A good deal of Inter-
eat la being manifested by fsrming committees
iu different pans ol ths country in the culture
of Sorghum Sugar Csne; and aa we suppose
thst all tillers of ths soil would like to know
all about ths cane, snd ths process of sugsr
and molasses msking, we recommend them to
procure a treatise entitled: Experiments with
Sorghum Sugar Csne; including a Treaties oa
Sugsr Msking; alao, a Descriptive Catalogue
of Bugar Making Apparatus, Farm Implements,
etc. It can bs obtained of Hedges, Free eV Co.,
No. 6, Msin St., Cincinnati, by spplicstlon, and
enclosing three postage stamps, to pay postage
oaths book. Send and g.t it.
Baoaxx Faith. George McLsne, a eitixen of
Alfxsndersville, waa yesterday brought before
ths Probsts Court on aebarge of selling liquors
contrary to law; but the Court not being teady
to attend to hie ease, he was permitted to tran
sact some business in town, on promise of ap
pearing at tbs Court Room at an appointed
time. When his case osms up hs did not ap
pear, and ha can no where be found. It ie
supposed thst he became frightened at the
prospect of being put in jail, and "made
Porrmo TBiQuctTioN. We overheard a cou
ple of young ladies; ons advising the other,
"When you have got a fellow to the sticking
point, thst is whsn he proposes dont turn
away your head, or effect to blush ; all these
are tricks, understood now. a days ; but just
look him io ths face, give him a hearty kias,
and tell him to go right off to W. H. Gillespie's
and lsy in a stock of his excellent household
furniture, and you will hold him fast.
Sraious Aoeiourr. "Oh, Grisf I thou art
clssssd amongst tbs depressing passioos. Aud
true It is that thou humblest to the duat, but
thou also exaltest to ths clouds; tbou shskest aa
with agus, but tbou steadiest like frost, snd
ysl B. F. Wait, in Oregon, has still on hsnd a
well selected stock of Dry Goods, which hs
sells cheap for cash, and as low ss any eatab1
lishment in tbe city.
CT A certain clan of people wbo visit Wood
land Cemetery ars in the habit of pluckiog
Dowers, and cutting awitches, canes, etc., from
tbe trees and shrubs. It is presumed that all
who visit the Cemetery are cognisant of tbe
rules, as they are poeted in various parts of
ths enclosure ; and all aueh persons offending
will bsreafter bs dsalt with according to law.
A vigilant watch will bs placed in tbe yard.
trWilliam Irving, implicated with the la
diana boye oa a charge of atealiog meat, Ac,
some time ago.wss yesterday brought before
the Probate Court The boys when brought
a pea the stand denied making any such state
ment, and the case was dismissed. Thoss
boys ars not so green aa they proteud to be.
CTOur pstrons will observe thst Vsn Aus
dsl, Dixon A Co. hsvs sgsin presented the pub
lie with an oulliue of lbs nko goods they have
ready for tbe public inspection, snd oa sals at
their atore oa Main street. The Lsdiee.ee
pecially, are invited to call and examine tbv
foods ws feel surs they will buy after having
seen tbem, '
CTThe Ohristys go from hers to Pittsbuig;
from there lo New York, and, sfter a rest of a
week, proceed to Boston, where they wlllr
avaia ths balance of their furlough from theii
Hall, 444 Broadway. Their Boston engage
meat hurries up their slay in the West.
ETTlis Cincinnati Daily Prose, which is
printed by Caloric power, says : "We believe
the dsy is fast approaching whoa locomotives
oa aur railroads, boats on our rivers, will be
propelled by "Ericsson's Caloric Kagiaes."
What a blessing to tbs world I No more explo
sion. 1 1"
We dont doubt it Let-Calorie reiga I
Gov CoasiD. The Homiay Mill Theft was
disposed of yesterday in Probata Court, by ths
Jury bringing ia a verdict of guilty against
Mike Horet, the perpetrator. He waa fined (10
aad coats, aad sentenced to two dsys' pea
aaaec ia Iha dangeoa. , .i
W. W. Piks, Esq., has purchased the Ken
tucky Bute Flag, published at Paris, Bourbon
county, Kentucky, and will at once occupy the
editorial ebslr af that journal.
Basil Simms aad James Bidwick st the
names of tbe boys who found tbs body of the
lata Mr. Teager, of Eaton, Penn., for the recov
ery of which we learn a large reward has been
Mrs. Oatharine Zellers, of Lsncaater, Peon.,
previous t mwtlni a lager beer saloon, ap
peared before be Court of Common Pless, on
Ssiurdsy, and was Sworn and admitted a eltix
sea of the United Stales.
Ths first vssael that broke through tha ice
this season, in Lake Pepin, was the Key West,
for which piece of good luck aha is exempt
from Ihe payment of whsrfage at St Paul, du
ring tha snlire eesson, which will be a saving
to hsr owners of some $800.
Among those Islked of as likely to succeed
the lets Bishop Doane, are ths Rev. Dr. Mshsn,
Dr. Odenbeim, of Philadelphia; Biabnp South
gate and the Rev. Samuel A. Clark, Rector of
S. John's, Elixsbeth New Jersey.
We are told by tbe Maysville (Ky.) Eagle,
that tbe negro boy Carey, who murdered his
master, Mr. Frank Hampton, near Orangoburg,
on Monday laat, waa captured ia Ihe ssme
neighborhood on Friday evening, by Mr M.
Davia, aseiated by two of hia negroes. The
murderer waa lodged in Maysville Jail.
Ths Winona Republican, of the 27 ih ult.,
says that Ihe steamer Koliso waa sunk in Lske
Pepin on Fridsy morning, by tbe closing io of
tbs lee araund her, when nearly opposite Lske
City. Four deck psar-engers were drowued.
They were a man named Welch, with his wife
and child, from Canada, aad John Fetch, from
Erie County, New Yore;. All other persona
aa board escaped.
The Hob, W.E. Wheeler, of Belnit, Wie.,
while on a shouting excursion, last 'i'hureday,
came near losing his life. When taking his
gun from tha buggy, with the muaile toward
him, tbe triggers caughl on the wheel, disrhsr
ging ths content or both barrels Into his right
side. His wounds, though very dangerous, ii
is hoped, will not prove fatal.
The Bonnpartes, says Harriet Msrtinrsu, are
not men of character, of political wisdom, of
patriotic temper, of philisophicsl ssgacity.
1 bey are low la aim, vulgar in quality of in
tellect,and consequently. In jnauuera, and by
no prepoaessiona inclined to rescue Itsly for
tne advantage of tbe Italians. They are regar
ded as selfish adventurers, rather than at
enTancipalors of nations.
1 be Cleveland "Review" Bare; Another re
duction of fare has been snnou need. One can
go by way of Lake Shore Railroad to New
ork, for 8, to Philadelphia forgfi, to Baltl
more for (6.
Ellaa Forman, about 17 years old, wss wash
ing at Cincinnati, on Saturday, when a flower
pot fell from a seeond story window, and strik
ing her oo the head out a deep gash, and f-srs
sra entertained that ahe will not recover.
The Tiffin Tribune says the indications at
present are that the fruit crop in thst section
will be abundant Tbs peaches hsvs suffered
MMideeably-' frosi tha frost aad sleet, yet
ther is a prospect of a fair yield. Apples,
pears, plums, e promise abuudsntiy.
On Friday sfteraooa at Philadelphia. James
McOroy was shot dead In his store br Samuel
H. Cunningham. Cunningham waa serving a
warrant, and allege that ha shot him in self.
defense. McOroy's frisnds denv this.
On Ssturdsy evening a child of Ssmuel
Hutchina, of Cleveland, aged three years, was
drowned in a cistern.
Prof. Casseis has certified thst on analysing
the stomach of Mrs. Ana Curtis, supposed to
have been poisoned on the Ohio River by her
husband, aeillzen of Huron county, no poison
At tha recent Oourt of Common Pleas in
Stark county, five liquor sellers were fined and
ssnltojsil. They were jolly with liquor taken
lo anticipation of a dry apell, but the next day
the "anskes in boots" got ons of tbem, which
made the others sober. Tbe Probate Judge rei
lessed the victim of delirium tremeus.
Mr. Hunt, of Clark county, had one hundred
sheep killed by worthless dogs, on ths 33d
Inst The sheep were valued at five hundred
Tax FAXusaa m tbb Fixlo Plows, harrows
spsdee and garden rakes are flying now. Eve-
Ming about tbe fields is ia motion, early and
late. The present warn weather and dry apell
will bs worth many milliooe to the agricultu
rists through ths whole country. Tbe seed
time is at hand, and the old adsge, "Work
while tbs Suo shines," is being religiously
lived up to in this region.
IxDUK.roi.ia pAriaa. Ws hsvs for soms
tims past endeavored to secure a rtguUr ex
change with one of the Indianapolis Dsily pa
pers. We have failed with the Sentinel, and
wa would now like to know if the 8late Jour
nal will extend to us ths courtesy ws cannot
obtain from a democratic paper ia that cilyf
Matt. Fsxl Dxab I Ths Buffalo Republic
informs us thst Matt Peel, well known here
and throughout the country aa a successful do
linestor of negro eccentricities, died in Buffalo
oa Wednesday morning of this week- His
dlsesse was consumption, doubtless aggrava
ted by dissipation. Whsa here a short time
ego with his Campbell Troupe, he sppesred to
ce "going rest." Ha Is gens.
Cries Cream, Orange lee, aad olher luxuries
at Frank Welly's Telescope Building, corner
4th and Main, every dsy and evening. Csl'
ia ssd try them.
CT A company of nine Individuals left this
city, yesterday, for Piks'a Peak. Ws presume
they go upon the principle of "better late than
never." t'ia. JVeee. -
The adsge, ia this instance, would tttltr
read "beat ee late, but better never."
Ks.Tb Louisville Journal gays that tbe
depth of rain that fell io that place during
tbe month of April waa six and on third
Inches, an amount unparalleled, ws believe,
ia tbt asms spec of lima anywhere, uuiea.
it waa here.
KS.Mr. Clippart, Meorelary of the State
Board of Agrioultore, has fitted op, in his
rooms at the Capitol, a beautiful Aquarium,
wherein be baa fishae, craw-Bsc, snails,
snapping turtle, and every other specimen
of animated nature to be touad la the Hcioto,
or it tributaries.
sajrGoTsrnor Wis attack oa Preeidenl
Buchanan is bardie aa sever as waa hia at
tack oa President Jacks oa Im 1836, for then
be want into opposition, a said, "to redes as
Virginia from dirgraca, aad ths Oovsrnment
of tha United State from Ih fouleet poliu-
tloa snd ih basest despotiaiB,'
City Board of Education.
THURSDAY EVE., May, 5.
Present, Messrs. Steele, Wsrvhsm, Brow
Miller, Bomberger, Pruden, Llndaley, Kenney,
Elliott end leave.
Mr, Kenney member elect from Ihe 4th Ward
appeared aad took hia seat.
Mr. Bombrrtier reported that the well has
been cot down at South East School.
The committee reported against granting Mr,
R.Clark Ihe privilege of sending his children
to the South East. Agreed too.
Application frcm Jefferson Patterson aaking
tha privilege of sending his son to the South
West School granted.
By Mr. Wsrebsm, That tha Exhibition of
the Schools at the close of the present year be
held in the wards, and that a committee of
three be appointed to make all necrsssry sr-
rsngementa for such sn exhibition. Adopted-
Tbs Chair sppoioted Messrs. Wsrchsm, El
liott snd Brown.
By Mr. Brown, That ths Committee on the
High School be authorized to make the necea
aary preparation for holding the regular gradua
Hon exhibition, sometime duriug the month of
By Mr. H. L. Brown, That a committee be
appointed to examine the general subject of th
provisions there is now msde in the schools
for ths comfort, convenience snd governmsnt
snd instruction of the schools of lbs city, snd
ihs necessity there is of more school room
Committee Messrs. Bmwii, Elliott and Keu
The matters relative lo Dr. Unger were
ferred to the committee on German Schools.
By Mr. Brown, Thst the several Visiting
Commitlres bs requested to report the amount
of money requited for clesniug, sweeping, ma
king Urea, c, in the different schools. Adop
By Mr. Biuiui, Thst the propriety of iutroi
ducing into the schools the system of book
keeping aa one of the regular branches of study
The request of the Principal of the High
School aaking an appropriation of flA for ad
dilional apparatus for the Gymnasium wss
Adjourned to meet on tbe 19th.
Fruit and Grain Crop. A correspon
dent writing to the Cin. Gazette from -South.
rn Indian say : "Our prospects foif fruit
in this violnity nrs rather flattering, th
peaoh being the only fruit that seems to be
much injured. There will be some peaches
unless they art killed after this. Tbe apple
and pear prospeot looks very promising at
present. Our prospect for wheat is muob
better than could hare been anticipated two
month ago, What wa not killed by the
frequent freer.e and thaw of last winter, is
growing and of good promise. Meadows
have taken a fine start Oat and barley nrs
ooming up very fine and look well.
A IJiNov Conorssiox. One of the lady
Abolitionists who aid the Atlantic Monthly
ia its washing of the slave question, baa
made ire with ber prueleges and honestly
admitted, in th May number of the aforesaid
periodical, that Uumanitaxianism ha run
foul of fact when building favor for the nigi
ger out of slavery ia the tropic. The lady
boa been lo Centra America and Caba, and
in one sentence tbu lets dip th moral of
her eiperienoe : "Nassau and all ws saw of
it, suggested to us th unweloouie question,
whether compulsory labor is not better thsn
none." She dropped th "question" forth
with, as on too hot to coma near her prej
udice with It soorahing truth. She sug
gestively style that "a heretical whisper-
very small aad low.'' Yes, but sufficient
Tub Yodno Koroxb IIrard Kaon In,
formation wa received ia th citv Tester.
day, that young Dubois, wbo forged the
oheok on the Lafayette Bank, accompanied
by tbe partner in his Uieut was in Indian.
apolis on Tuesday Morning, when they left,
i here ie no doubt but that they will be
speedily overtaken, and most of tha money
inoe th above wa in tvu. wa hava
learned that a letter waa received in this
oily yesterday, by a oouple of young friends
of Dubois, wbioh wo dated at Cairo, on
Tuesday. II bad doubtless reached that
point on bis way to New Orleans, and thence
to Havana, and if so, will no doubt be im
teroepted by telegraph despatches already
forwarded to New Orleans. Offioer llasen,
of tha detective foroe, left for Cairo by Hast
evening s train, in pursuit ol Dubois. tin.
Dbatii o Matt. 1'bki. Matt Peel, the
celebrated negro minstrel and performer,
died at the American Hotel in this city,
about five o'clock this morning, of pulmona,
ry and heart disease. Ii had beea ia deli
oat health sines last January, when ha was
attacked Dy Hemorrhage of th lungs, at Co
lumbus, Ohio, which nearly Droved fatal
His wife wo with bim when he died, and
wa conversing with him, when he fell back,
eiolaimiog, "Oh, Mag I oh. Mag I'' and in
stantly expired. Ills remains will be taken
to New York for interment, on tba evening
train. Hi death will ba widely and sin
cerely regretted, hia genial nature oreating
or mm warm irienas, wnerever 0 went,
isuttelo tvommercial Advertiser, May 4th.
BTTh Kiohmond Knqnirer contain a
letter from Governor Wise that Gil thirty
columns of that sheet It ia exclusively de.
voted to National politic. What ha pro
voked th Governor into thia tremendous
onslaught upon tha printer what ha
drawn nim out to suob an extraordinary
length we can not state, not having sesn tb
Th Aew York Time professes to have
read it and ba atill aliv. Tb great noint
in tb letter is Congressional intervention
for slavery. II icout th idea of aomin.
terveotion. Ha insist that Congress must
Crotsot slavery io all tha Territories of th
nited State. II scout popular eover.
eignty, non-intervention, and tha whole Cin
cinnati Platform. CiVs. Emjuirer,
Dsavb to tbb Bt'os. Tb following rem
edy i aaid to be infallibl i Take two pound
of alum, bruise it, and reduce it nearly to
powder ; dissolve it In thro quart of boil
ing water, letting it remain in a warm place
till th alum ia dissolved. Th alum water
is to be applied hot, by means of a brush, to
every joint and orevioa. lirush tha orevioe
in tb door of th (kirting-board if they are
suspected places; whitewash tb aeiling.put
tine in plenty of alum, and there will be an
end to their droppiug from tbeno.
BBTWbil la our nsigborine citv of Da.
too, a few dsys sioce.w bad tha pleasure of
forming tut aoquaiatiooe of tiro. Clark, the
clever proprietor of tba Daily and Weakly
Kmpira. lie t a wboleaouled Democrat
such a oo aa wa like to meet. Th Empire
establishment is doing a landoSo business
all around, owing bo doubt to tha industry
and personal popularity of It proprietor
BprintjUid Ohio AW
Vai .uabi.k llfwi,- On Ksturday Inst, Jitmee
ninriin, e-r-nenn, umiiRht suit opsins! John
and Peter I'erine, of Knox township, on the
oi snontinjr, a snepnerd i't, on which
h set great value. . The an imnl wee firnvea
to be a oiore than ordinarily good one of th
xinu, ana tn plaintiff got judgment of on
hundred dollar snd ooeie. Dear shooting
.at. .-tairitt iu.j jfep.
I II K partnership hnretofor existing under
snd Oroeery buslne.a, is this day dissolved by niu
T.'ul h"'nrw of Hi. I.te firm win he
rne name or j. a. u- iim a f.A
setlleil by J. A. Walter,
Dayton, May (, ,e.
or his aiithoilrril agent, Ja-
A. WAl.lB.rin a CO,
lirtb Atlantioand Great Western 11, HI
m. 27'. . " "" .l,7as,lrlsa:
... I V J"'i7"' "d B1M. " the unknow n
owners of Lots No. riss, sio, sisi, t in, n,i sras, to
i . wioaiwie aaulsiuKterauseil
by stagnant water. The raid wore tn be done wllh
glnrer Um't "' d"stloa of ths city kn-
A."L!s6S ' ' h Cl" Joun"' ' d day of May,
maya-lwd FIBLDINO LOUR V, (Illy Clerk.
THIS DAT AND EVENING,
For Ic Cream, go to
For tb Beat of Boda, go to
GEO. O KM KR'H.
For all kinda of Cool Drink, go to
For th beat of Candles, go to
v GKO. OHM Kli'M.
For th boat of Flash Fruit, go to
For tb floaet CI gate, go to
' GKO. OHM KIVS.
For tha boat Tobaoco, go to
GKO OHM Elt'fl,
Post Ufnee Building, Third street,
mayo-dew UAVTON, O.
119 & 121, MAIN STREET.
19. S. SCHfflR 1
HAS JUST RECEIVED 1UH SPRING
BtOeX Of DrV Oomla.mmn.l-ln....ir .!..-
andeiegant In toe line.
Fancy and lllack
In. yen variety of style, bought recently, and sell
ing at LOW PKii-ka.
Slls and Lace Mantillas,
. Jkmbroldrries, - .
, , .. . , Kkltle and Trimmings,
' New Mt lee, and at
Grenadine, Berarc. '
(irgandte a Vaienxla Holies,
Be rare. Anelale. Valenaia..
and Traveling lirees Goods
Prennh and Kngllsh,
Bleached bnd Brown
FURNIHHINfl GOODS, In great variety, and at prl-
- , hmivi iasi w please.
1J31. -:- 121.
iClecftot Freneh Cloth, Dim am! Procx C'oMif flu
a-rsuuy ivNiiairrv atubiiimsjh tMUt ftprinff Mat -
(.sui-iind Ovtrout.lt, th latMt atyU;
KMhinb. Siti Band Cuawimerr,
A Plavln And Favooy CaUMimersi
"rnUTf all dcMrtiillons;
mm, Mtin. Velvet,
In fact he has now on hand afullandeowuleieatock
of all the lateat st)les of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS
For MEN and BOTB, '
FOR SPRING AND HUMMER WEAK.
and which he will sell at lower prices than similar
gjoodB can be purchased for at any othrr place In the
L'uatom woik will bs gives particular attention.
The public will nleaae remember th. a:...
IIS and ill, Mala atreet, opposite Pkilllue Houae
VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO.
no. wa BaAIZf STREET,
Opposite Court House,
HAVK HOW IN HTORB AXD ARK
ottering at very low price, ths largest stock ol
Of every deeerlpUoa of their own Importation, pur
chased Irom ilia beat manufacturera, that waa rber
All Ih beet and most varied asaortsseat of
.. AMD BLUB. '
. , .. Burr. ,, j
Trikivrewii, QM a4 GoU aad Velvei Wlado
Sue aa Toweling., Table Linens, Napkin. Uoill..
Llnea aheeuags and Pillow Caainaa. AbS '
Counterpanes and Quilts,
WATT. A Vn WIMnAtir t- . I
tmuuaiii TlllluuiV r A t t- If I
TheaeCoods sre all bourht fnrraiiu ........
-- , .m
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Oa term, that eaoaot bul he perfectly aedeuetory,
- visual., VIXON CO.,
iv S Maiusl,, opposltelke Court House.
Mrs. J. Aubert '
WLSUES to announce to her old patrons
and frtemta. and te the uubils .......Vi.
Immediately alter the sale ol Uie preeeut .uwk ol
goods, she wlU re s.jmsewe kualaeea at the oh)
si.au, no. asiDlnl aireei. Wlln tins advantage ol
-"7 uueineae, ane hope,
an receive Uas netroaaire of ike ukt .u.i... ...
- ---..-uiiy HHkils a eall from
the public g.ner.lly. "
WaMhee rrMred ky a rtrat-cla. work sua. and
warranted (or th itaval Usee. AU other dMrli.tl.rn
--I -----. w.iw. w a superior maa-
I V 2tm 0f """ Kiebslberger U
the partaers wiUallesd te eetiimg tk. busiui
WNSJBT.Uf UIUU Bnliaant Stad-vlart 1.-1. a.
Change ixi Dusinosb
De amor & 0f m.vina in :
mM ofdnlnr huilnM, I t-k this oiMhretl
.nrnrmtnf my riifit(niri end ell nlhen that fraj
' '-!.;; I ilv-'sarKvrxtTBip k-nuA nsrUit Biw
RMtj, and will s Furniture tn nit, m thrre will
no nrcsifl'in to tntike rt IndlvMustl with tiie r
pr ft whnt loet In the erelit i.trm. I wilt
reiunrkM.ly low. IVemlnK ttiia unit-lent mMicr .
wiwh to y, ( Krnrlii4ioa, any one linvr
flim mriii.-t me tlmi ere di e or u needled
pteaeecall Ait4 hervheee1tfM.. Atat j
Vftaii it no win mrwuri.vre in mt prrr wi?
j - ' ri.RA.ev THI AM K. .
I thank Ml v nMeimtmnei-f tot their lii-eral f
neir ii'serai p
f the nme. tf
irimptRsv, nun H)UVI M eonUQUKMC of w.e nme.
Crei. and Jour, my 4w d,w-h Kmp
Wednesday, May 4, 185S
nOUIIl.K.SKIKT 2 Jups Beregc (Irenrf
' dine Rnhe. at onwor1h . L
men nareire no. at gl. wnrth jft, t
Handsome Hohea at slv. m
i ;!;h! clue and id
Printed Barege., Organdies, French tawna, sr !
t hlnltea, all a! Kkuim in Pan n. i
) JOHN, VANPORRN t CO.
- BIET)tici? " ?
Coooantratad Essence of Jamaica Olr
By O R the Cure of Indigestion, N'ervoii
-- - r .....i.i.-j, n,lu n.r nil iroimir. en
Ing from a had Stomach. Aa exeellent artlrle f
weaa ieraons. rreiiajen anil sold b)
J. W. PIKTRU'H, Dnirglst.
PHILLIPS HOU.K, opposite Court lion.
Third St., Oaj-lon, o
INDIA Rubber Rispering. Kor Childre
and Slob Urdu, for sale by
J. W. DIETRICH.
rj.K.UlNK f.ow Rrown
oml, Palm, uijoerlM, Nymph tut
t ot sale by J ,
J. W. DIKTRIdl, Druggist, I :
; PMiLtir. Hn-r.
VIRGIN Olive Oils, of a superior quslitvf
for table use fine, fresh and wrt. ..r.
hy J. W. 1UKTHK H, Irniggl.t, i
riiilllpe House -3
TI'HR Paints, Uanvase, Hrushes A litre,'
Assortment ror sale by 4
J. W. UIKTRK H, llrugglit, "
wn rhlllips Houe.
NEW WO RK, at Uie OLD STAN IX
'II Is now settled that th. i.astino he.illinr
men, wo-.nea and nhlldren, depends oa the eondltloii
of Iheir koi.lsl" T
WOUIl RKHI'KCTKl'I.I-Y HAY TOl
Itliout; also a laree aasortment nf M.n. nnr. t.
and toutha' Moot., (.alien, and Oxford Tie.. !'
Having puruhased his stock ri.ht rrn ih. r.nj.
ries for cash, enable, him to aeli aa oheav,or chealii
er thai anj r other home in thia city. 5
He also has a large supply of Mens' Patent Leath-S
er Boot, Ualt.r and Onford Tie Topa, which he will
He keep, constantly employed the best workmen, '
and la prepared to do all kloila of diatom U orh nn
All ripe repaired freeof charge. v'
He asks a liberal share of nubile natron... an.i
feels oonlldent that hecan ple4aeall who order work.
Remember the old and favorite nlace. si. J.itr.nn
atreet, below the market, . aprlu ,
The Great Direct
Over Ihe Indiana Central A Duy-toii
Ac Western Hull way a.
ON and alter Wednesday, April 20, 1S59,
Trains will leave llayton aa fellows;
First Morning Train leavee Dayton at t:A0 a. m
arriving at Indlanapolla at lliMI a. Bf.l making 01
reat couueotlon with ltlayette a Indiananolla R. R.
liir Lalayette and C hicago with Tenr Haute A Rich i .
mom' R. R. for Terre Haute and Vlncennee, with
eladl-eaa ladianepolls H. H. for Louisv ille, arriving
at ( iilraoat 8:Our. ri., at Madlaou and Louisville si '
"'' V'IWB" : St., Terre Haute at SiSO I ,
Second Train, lesres Dayton at I1:J8 a. m . arrlvlnr '
at Inillanapoll. at 4:X) r. M., making direct counee
lion for St. Loui.,arrivtng In t. Louis at uti, a.,,
two hours In advance of any other route.
Third Train leave. Day on at oM r. St., arriving ,
st Indianapolis at 10:60 r. M., mail ng direct vonuec- i
tioiu, for all western -A
spne JAMKS M. SMITH, Sup-t. .
Thia new and beautiful atyle of Kl'MMKR HAT
re, cited and fur aale by
Chamberlain & Parker,
apr3U JI4, THIRll STRBKT.
HUNTINGTON & BROOKS, "J
IMrOBTKMS AMU HBAI.rft IN rt
Glattwaifj, Looking- Olanes, oVe ,
No. 7 20 Kl.OOIt, CARLISLE BUILDINU, )'
HOUl H-WsT COB. STH A WALNUT STS.
- - CINCINNATI.
KNTRANCK: el West Fourth Street.
We have reoenllr Irabllshed a eomnlet. l-.l.ln.,,.
of ourexten.lv. slock, with a full deacrlptlon ol our
new mode of eoadueting buemeee, whereby we have
effected euch aa lmprtMil saving, berth In but ing
and selling, that we are enabled to furnish our cus
tomers with uueeneware at a redturtloa or about
twenty per cent. Irom lormer prior.. It alao con.
lulus the llliislratlona of Carlisle Building, where
our Office aad Sample Rooms sre .iluated, and of our
aew aad apacloua lioveraasrvt Beaded Warehouse
t.Hlea of this book will b. sent Ire ol charge to all
whomaj apply lorihewby mall. apilia-dawsw
, ; JUST BSC'O. AT
P A Y JN E S
Opportunities for Industry and Capital,
or Tbooaaod Chancee to adake
Cbeent Hand Book.
Morpbv'a Oameeof Cbeaa.
Three Vlalta to Madagascar.
Th Pillar of rtr. or lsrsel In Bondac
Flrnt Thing, by Bsrsa Riow. -
The Btat of ta Impeultent Daad.
uannln('a Laoaacapa Oardenlng aud
Wltk otner Gardening aad Agricultural Works.
I r- t'' pu' Diviua ATTkanos to the
Book t-adelnell lte deimrtu rati. U'lil nni.
biwe oraet et booka Irom auv uart ol u.
the ahoKr.t notice, at a liberal ill -fount.
Our Stock of Wall attd Window Pauarla anmnl.1.
, hioa ..v,,. r.n...i.T:7.: "osiplet.,
.. . .
PA tNa:', Na.ee, alalnat.
Charles Aubert's Estate. !
$4,000 VortlTof Jewelry,
11,000 wortli of other PorMrHnl Property I
At PuklM tW by
f Til K pertootvl proparij bloaKiDK to MtM
-I ttf CsWiet A ubairt , OaKseeeetl .ooaaiet t at fu.e
ul every kaiu., OAe daj-k brown ver m gu one ftue
riseewu4 aia ouiave pie (orte, tiititmhol4 and
kiwha turotture aUMi oihf ymtotti jsprty, Hiii
be eol4 at ((UssiUi tedulue, at tbe let el're rovni eua
reeitieaee oi im aK-CAera.ia e)Wu,.tii,ou low
deyt the luth day tti May, loot, euauu.eut'lev i o
o'ekjs-ft la (lie Uueouoa, tuMl will eoutinue liuw -
tuttey UtereeJter till the pnserl ia ail oia.
Teruii ol Nvle-AU euoia unier 4 U t daIi oi .
euesst aU e tuvi uuUer a, to be Ibtve toontu erf
ail euiaie above eu tuxd uodr iutt, be si-
orexutf aaaetUnnruf lUMlu-r,tii.i.tii.uoKAai.
la lk ojjsm's, uf ereUil, Ute ptiixhaser to (ive jne tt..4t
etib wirovel penumal eesjurtty, lor AauutM,. inir
ebaviMKt, lj beau taiersMl irvm Uy o eel.
Held kyatcbee. cUk-Ivs iviul jewrliy are all of the
beetuuallly.aittl were elt! wub greet cub)r
Mr. Aubeif durliaf bulueuiAa, for liu? r4avU trvae
m ine city im iiayiua im Kiaiiy
a, ol ua, AdaUistrator,