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For Cash On!) ;
No. 11G, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
TTAH JUST RECEIVED rilE HEST
-A und moat eompletetock of
SWUNG & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
F!ver brought to this city, which wereoiinufAe lured
expressly to hit order hr JU!IK H. IIKTKH,of fin
rln natl, aos nowleilged to It th best Root and Shot
Maaur-fltiirer In the West.
in addition 1 HAVF anil WILLKFFi'Otf HAND
ft full and rarted stock of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, InrSTYLr! sndqtTAI.ITTls I'NSURPASS.
Ell. I am confident lean get up
T1IK BEST FITTIKO HOOTS A 81IOES
In th. slly, and I will gusrantee ssti.lsetlon In all
ft W. WILSOW,
114 Mala llwl, 3 doors anuth of I ha M-.net.
N. W. W. also keep a superior article of FRENCH
VasTNo Eastern Work kept at this estub
CONSTANTLY ON BANS, . -H
AND FOR SA1.B MY
N7 W. WILSON, -
No. 110, jnnln street. ,
O WuGIVE IT A TRIAL!"1 C.
Charles Albert's Estate.
$4,000 Worth iiFJcwelry,
1,000 worth of other Personal Fropoitv
At Piiblif Utile by
ADM'R. OF CHARLES J.UHERT. DEC'D
f PHE peruounJ property belonging to estate
J of Charles Aubart,(ltontip1,r,onitIftlnft of ft large
Arnnherof gold and silver watchvs, clocks, jewelry
of every ktml.ont dark brown 9 year old colt, one liu
rosewood six octave piano forte, hotinehold and
kitchen furniture and other personal property, will
le sold at public vendue, at the late store room and
residence of the doenHed,ln Dayton, Ohio, on Tues
day, the 10th day of May, 1H6. commenclna; at 10
o'cIock In the forenoon, and will continue from day
to day thereafter til) the pro pert) In all sold.
Terms ol Hule All sums under 3 to beonnhf all
BHins above 3 aud under 6., to be three months or edit)
all stints above 50 and under loo, to be six months
uredltt andall sutnr of . and over, 9 mouths eredit.
In all eases of credit, the purchaser to give his note
srlth approved personal security, for amount pur
chased i to bear tntereHt from diy of sale.
Said watches, clocks and jewelry are sit of the
hestquallty,and were untested with (pent care by
Mr. Auterf during hla lifetime, for the retntl trade
tn the city of Dayton and vicinity.
apri3-dtt m. JK)LTlNt Administrator.
This new and beautiful style of SUMMER HAT
recaived and for sale by
Chamberlain & Parker,
aprSO 3U, THIRD STRKET.
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
No. Ml, Jeuersoa Street.
"It is now settled that th lasting health of awl
men, women ami children, denanila on the condition
oi tneir aoi.KH i"
WOULD RESPECTFULLY HAY
the oitlrens of Dayton and surrounding eonn-
try, that his Spring and Hummer utock is now oom-
piita, conslstingofall kind, of Ladles', Ml..es'.and
Children'. Boots, Shoe., baiters, Ao., with heels or
without; also a large assortment of Mens', Hoys',
and Youths Boot
uaiura, anil uxiora ilea.
Havinir nuruhasedhls stock rleht from the facto
ries for cash, enables him to sell as cheap, or cheap
er than any other bouse in this city.
He also has a laixe supply of filens Patent Leatli
er Boot, Gaiter and Oxford Tie Tope, which he will
make to order to lit the foot.
lie keeps constantly euipleyed the best workmen,
and la prepared to do all kluUt of Custom Work oa
short notice. ,
All rips repaired freeof oharjre. '
He asks a liberal share of public patronage, and
(eels eootldent that heoan please all who order work.
Remember the old and favorite place, 81 . Jefferson
street, below the market. aprM
Concentrated Essence of Jamaica GMnv
FOR the Cure of Indigestion, Nervous
Headaohe. Flatulency, and for all troubles aria
ins; from a bad Stomach. An excellent article for
weak uersona. Predated and sold by
J. W. Dlr.THICH, Drumrl.t,
PHILLIPS HUUHK, oi'poalte Court House,
Third St., Dayton, O.
IN DI A Rubber Diapering. t or Children
and alea; Bed.. Kor aale by
j. w DIETRICH.
ngMJlKK Us'i Brown Windsor Soap,
j. w. bIbtrich, Drumtat,
by J. w. aUibiuicH, urumist,
"UBE Paints, Canvass, brushes. A large
Aaaortmeut lor aale bv
1. W. DIETRICH,
TO the Atlantic and
Great Western R. H
A Comnany.owoere of Lots No. aT0,3isl,37S3,S798.
S7S4. SIM. SIJa, S14. S?S, and 8760, and the unknow
ownatsof Lots No. arts, (ISO, tnsi, 87W, and S7M,lo
ml and raise said iota m a. to abate a nuisance caustMt
by stwgnaut watar. The mid wore to be done with
' in twauty days, under tits direction, o! the City xUi
By order of the City Council, this sd day of May,
A. D. mo.
nay-swd FIBl-PINO l.OURY, City Clerk,
Mrs. J. Aubert
WISHES to announce to her old patrons
and friends, and to the nubile veuerallv. that
immediately after the sale of the present toak of
enmli,. aha will r-cemiaenoe business at the old
stand, No. SO luird street. With the advantage of
a loug experience in the Jewelry bualneiia, she hopes
to receive ths patrons of the old customers of the
eatab Lament, and re.fieotfully -oliolta a call from
the publio generally.
Watohes repaired by a flrat-elsss workman, and
' warrauted tor th. usual time. All other UirlpUoa
of r. pairing done on short uutlos in s superior mall
Singing Class. '
MR L. V. H. CHOMBY respectfully an
nounce to those interested lo the eulUvatlasi
of Voeai Muste. that at will comiu.aue with aa
elementary oias at his Mu.lo Hall, lirr Hale at.,
I over the Mu.io Ktorc) as soon as a suoteleut num
ter of namee oaa he obtained to make it aa objeet for
aim so te do.
Those wlehlng to Join the elass, are requested to
all and leave Utair aamaa, a Has eaeUeet soava
Tickets for la Laswons, SX.SO.
rf-noketa for the eourse must he veiaiaed on er
belurs satiewiiam Ute lesaou. mtyl
DA If TON
OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1850.
rilK DAILY EMPIRE
lupin liilliin, nM rf. Ma tide M. Itii 1 lettm.
y Malltft.oo pet ve.rtn advance.
to omt pr w'k. p.Jr.bl- to I he carrier.
Slnsla eoptee, .at up la wrappers, lwiM
The Cincinnati Tvp Foundry Oomoanr la
oar duly utioried Agent to make contract
and receipt lor Advertisement subscriptions,
ate., in tlialcity.
To BosisfssMxiv. Tbe Empire Job Room
train complete trim, and we ere now prepared
to do work of all description in th beat atjle
oftheart. Call in and examine oar work and
learn our prieee.
IT To AvgTtxs. Adrertieemenla or
Notice for tbe Empire muat bo banded into
the ofHce by fes e'cUek oa the day they are de
aired to be published! later. We cannot
airree to insert them aftertnathour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thoe who dnsire to hava adyertieementa
inserted in the Weekly Empire ahoutd hand
them in by Saturday morning, at the latest
eS-Our adyertiaing patrona will percelre
that, by oar arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisement will be always new a
very Important matter to them,
' tT8ee 4th page for Telegraph Report.
Tar It! Th, Daily Empire, a local and gen.
eral NEWS-paper, i pabllahed every after
noon; 1'riee, 1(1 cent per week, payable to the
Carrier. Our citiaen are solicited to fry it; if
it doe not give satisfaction, w will not Insist
on their continuing it.
FaLLt.ta op A Bridor A PATt iw th
CavalI Last Sunday morning while a par
ty of three young ctn, in a two hone apring
wagon, were passir.A over the National Road
bridge uvor the canal, about two mile from
Vandalia, the whole structure suddenly fell,
preaipitating tbe boos, wagon and content,
into the water I The horses being near the
centre of the bridgo went down first and neo.
essarily depressed the fore part of the wag
on, throwing out the occupants, wbo lauded
on and between the horses, amid a shower of
plank, rotten timbers and brace, whioh
oovered a large portion of the canal, and
liter-ally surrounded the party in the water I
After the first shock of surprise, men and
animals made for the bank, and tbe water
being Terr deep, it was with difficulty that
' the horses and wagon were gotten out ; and
! although tbe animals were somewhat tang
j led in the gears, not even the traces were
! unfastened. It was luoky, after all, that the
men were thrown out of the wagon when
the concern went down, for had they remaini
ed in it they would have been crushed with
tbe heavy plank which fell upon tbe bed.
Two of tbe men were considerably bruised,
I while tbe third one, although he was tangled
i in the "lines," was not at all hurt ; tbe
! horses were not injured, while the wagon
! sustained only the lose of tbe "dash." The
! party may be thankful that they made so
I InnVrf fan aannnaa
luva aw a evsinii
TOine" fajilitiea for shipping by Kailroad and
i Canal cannot be excelled.
i . ,, . . ., ,
addition to their other Agricultural imple
mania, the hare munnnd th manru,lnna
Pun k Kubns' IlAHurAOToaT. These gen
tlemeo commenced manufacturing horse pow
ers, die., in 1843, without any capital except a
knowledge of their business, and a determine,
tion to succeed. Their suesett is another evi
dence of what may be accomplished in Dsyton by
sober, industrious mechanics who understand
their business. They hare constantly enlarged
their building as lhair trad increased, until
tbey now occupy a brick building on the Lower
Hydraulic 140 feet front on th Railroad, and
130 on the Canal. In this building they man
'vast amount of hone power, and threshing
machines, wood saw for Railroad, and other
Implement. Their machinery, which. 1 of
th latest improved kind. U all driven by nT
water power from tbe C.nsl j and
. , tt , , n ...
.Biiwuej. own .leaiug tvmywi mun move.;
and as they never manufacture any implement
until it merit are fairly tested, of count their
Harvester will meet with a ready aal.
They also continue to keep their iron foundry
lo full blast on tbe corner of Second, Webaurr end
Pond streets, in a two story building 151 feet
by 30, when they turn out a large amount of
easting. They give constant employment to
30 bands, and notwithstanding the 1st panic,
have constantly increased their bosln. Such
men not only contribute to th substantia
wealth and prosperity of Dsyton, but at th
am time aid the Agriculturist by furnishing
them the latest and moat approved Agrieultu
ral machinery. Without Drill the crop of
mall grain would be very uncertain, and with
out slower sad Reapen the crass and whrat
crops eould not be secured in a wet sessou.
1 Aocidkit PtAXo KrjimD. On Saturday
last Mr. Chas. Soehner, of this oity, sent
0Dj Warren county. We are Informed that
when tbe team was descending a bill on the
tob"" tP broke, forcing tbe
) weight oftbt wsgoo aod load upon the
t , , . -
UlUWB, S.U1I SUV wUllUIUI ItNlflU UU VS gUU,
Near tbe foot of the bill tbe wagon was upi
I set, and broken up, and on of tbe pianos
was badly shattered. The damage, of comae,
: is considerable. '
wataVr 1 BrSDdenbur A Co.. 300. Third
i " ' .
I street, have fixed op their
room in nice order,
and have added many improvement. Betide
this, tbey hv put up their Son FovtrrAm, and
are sow prepared lo aupply the thirsty with
the beat quality of that pkaaant, cooling bsv
rage. Soda Water. Tbey have the finest qnal-
itiee of lb latest styles of syrups, and nectars,
which ws kaow ars tip top.
Tea D. It. Assooutiom. It i stated that a
close inspection of th shrlva and Library
book disclose a state ef thing not very credit
able te a large lumber of th serrea of th LI'
brary ; a earaleesu is exhibited closely bor
daring upon dishonesty. Those who deair to
make mead for past delay and transgrauioa
of th rule, will at oa re tare tbe book which
they h received from the Librarian, la c-
erdano with th public saqn of th Beers
CT The lover of good potatoes will aoiia
that Bimm A Bra., head of tbe Basia, has
thousand bushels ef tbe very beat artsela So be
had la tite eouatry. They ess) new supply the
peopl at fau fuioaa, lor a Itauted liaasv a they
are gotsg aa rsputiy.
CT On iaat Saturday w published a lengthy
"proteat" from Mr. Burton, addressed te the
"Trustee of the U B. Printing Establishment."
Yesterday a morning a "reply" to It was hand'
ed , with a request to print it. Having glv
en on of th part iea a hearing w agreed to
publish the rejoinder from the other lde, an
offset. The "reply" was not written abov th
proper name of the author, and wat not, w
admit, in the style of seriousness with Mr,
Burton '"protest;" yet w thought the acumen
of th reader would enable him to properly e
timatebnth performances, and that no one would
take otTttnce at our being th medium through
whioh the parties could reach th public. We
regret to learn that our motive hare been ml
ppreheaded, and that w bsv given offence
by permitting a burlesque rejoinder to be
made through our column to Mr. Burton's
protest. W supposed, of course, that the pub
lie, knowing th parties interested. Would hare
no difficulty in determining th aulhanhip of
tbe "reply ;" but since properly exsminlng the
matter, (which we did not do when banded In,
supposing that, coming from th source it did,
it was decorous and respectful,) w hsve eon
eluded to say that we understood the edi
tor of the Telescope to be the author of It.
Hereafter we will endeavor to descrlralnate
mora closely In these matter, and should we
again publish anything which may be con'sid
ered personally offensive, we will do so sbov
th proper im sf the writer. For past im
prudence in tbic regrd w ask to be excused,
on th promise of svolding offence tn the fa
tore. This much we have thought due to the
Tux Qosckl Exxalo. V7 hsve received No
1 of the 16th Volume of a weekly religion
newspapsr with the above title. Tbe Herald
la the "organ of the Christian denomination in
th West," and i( edited and published by
Elder John Ellis, Miami City, opposite Dsy
ton. Th number before us is ably edited, and
is filled with choice miscelUneou raiding mat
tet, and item of particular iotereat to th
Christian Church. The paper promisee to be
a useful auxiliary in the csns of truth. Jos.
Q. Jones, an old and experienced printer bsa
charge of th typographical department of the
enterprise, which i a guaranty that the interest
ing matter contained in it column will b re
pectably presented to the public. The Herald
is a convenient sised quarto, printed on large
type, (a good point,) and! afforded at 11,50
per year. Address John Ellis, Dayton, O.
A Bkautiftjl RxsmxRox. It is seldom, fa
moua ss Dayton- ia for beautiful houses and
grounds, that as desirable a renirtence can be
procured a that offered in to 0J's paper, by
Dr. Langsted. Hi garden and ground eon.
tain every variety of vegetable, fruit and
flowers, of which h and hi accomplished Is
dy are passionately fond. The conservatory,
arbor, and other out buildings, ere . in excel,
lent condition, and the whole premises looks
like a little Garden of Eden; but the Doe
tor and his lady wish to visit their father
lnd, where tbey xpect to remain several years,
and hs now offers this gem for sale on reasona
ble terms. '
ID" Two editors in Quioey, III., bed a ren
contre on last Friday evening, Schierenberger.
the editor of a German paper, very pow
erful man, "got th better" of Brook, editor of
tbe Herald, when the latter got out a large
knife. Tbe St. Louis Democrat ys: "When
Brooks draw his knife, Mr. Schierenbergar re
tired." We don't wonder! Most any other
man would have done the same.
evThe Detroit papers tell a good story
of a gentleman wbo lives in that city, and
who is the possessor of an amiable wife.
He bad the misfortune a short time sinoe
to see her prostrated oa a bed of stckness,
whioh, as appearance indicated, was about
to make an end of her. He was exoessively
grievod at the proepeot,and out of pure desire
to be employed in some labor of love as an
earnest of his a Boot ion, he pouted off to the
cemetery aria puruu,-oJ Ivi, set the me
chanics and nurserymen at work, and short
ly bad so obarming a nook fitted np that
it would been a pleasure to any sensihis
person to be buried in it Not so with the
lady, bewever. She got well, and before the
roses budded, "hh ware to have waved
over her grave, the lilies hod departod from
her cheek. The husband, a little abashed
at his over-tempered seal, said not a word
about the lot in the cemetery, but by some
means she beard of it, It is not pleasant to
have suoh oloee reminder of one's future
existence, and the lady felt not a little vexed
at the extensive preparations whioh hor be
loved bad made to get ber nnder ground.
She strictly followed his example, and kept
her own oounsel, but by way of fair re
taliation, posted off to the jeweler's, and or
dered an elegant silver coffin plate, on which
she had inscribed the name of ber husband,
and an appropriate epitaph, leaving blanks
for his age and date of death. Thie the
astonished benrdiot found on tie bureau one
morning when be got np. He saw th joke
at tbe same time that he beard the sup
pressed laugh of the spous from unler th
bed olothes. The plate is now stowed away
in the lady' writing desk, as a standing
offset to the flowery nook in th old ceme
From the Columbia Democrat, au old and
well established journal .-
Gbxat Girt Boos Sroaa. 4 LiUrmrp Enter-
prin MnermUy Conducted It is stated that
during ths year 1858, Mr. G. G. Evans, of Phil
adelpbia, distributed among bis patrons over
$300,000 worth of Oifta, consisting of gold snd
silver watches, gold jewelry, silver plated ware,
silk dress patterns, and other elegant gift of
intrinsic value, sir. avsns oamg in origins
tor of tbe gift enterprise, ha distanced all com'
petition, lived down all opposition, and ia sn
dnrsed by all ths leading publishing bouaes tn
ths United States. AU the popular standard
work ef ancient and modern author can be
found on Mr. a.van catalogue for ltw9, which
is cent free to any address.
In addition to th sbov just tribute to th
merit of Mr. Evan, and th unequaled lueeea
or hi popular enterprise, we take great pleas,
ur ia bearing testimony to the high integrity
which ha ever characterised bia multifsrioua
business transactions, establishing for himself
and bi house a nam above suspicion or re
proach, and a fame which ssast " lead its pos
sessor to fonnaa and renown. " Thia ia ne
oaaasodte effort, on our part, at fulsome aw
tism it isth plain recital of self existent awft.
read sod xaowa of men in our own btai, to
wham Mr. E. and hi buainea operations are
extensively known. We have dealt with Mr.
Kvaaa for years B.rsssslly, aad avsraed with
earu of otbeca who have sent Ua their ssesM-y
snd evdere, aad reerrived book aae) valuable
gifts ia tetara: and It la aortaialy a hither
-seed of prates than oemally fall to ths etiiioa
rv Hvuf snaa to be arils, truthfully, to sar, that
in aacinirie insutuw have vs vr baaid the
first vsati el rtiaaalieliUKMin CTpsssiaaO.
[For the Dayton Empire.]
Uncle Sam's Southern Tour.
WRITTEN BY HIMSELF—NO. 5.
Th hilarity before spoken of ss having taken
possession of my fiends, was the nnly draw
back to the sources nf enjoyment that surround
ed me. It attracted considerable stlentlnn to
he pert of the bont allotted to ns, snd I Wsa
fearful lest my disguise might be delected. How
ever, the project was orowned with ths utmost
success, for ths present, at least. At a late hour
that night I got hack to my room, threw off my
dlsgnise, felt for my lesthern wallet, and found
all safe. I then retired tn my hammock, and
although It did not swing loose to the sport of
th wind, yet th ecstasy that, possessed the
Ssilor Boy in his drum found a bir counterpart
in the feeling that bad taken possession of my
self. For an bous or more that I lay awake,
vsrlons conflicting Ideal revolved themselves in
my mind, and for the first time in my life, I be
gan to doubt th political dogmas of the R pub
lican party. Indeed, then was no party in ex
lettuce now, that 1 knew of, that fully met my
altered opinion on th subject of slavery. I
waa lmost a convert to the ironical expression,
once made by aa eminent statesman, that " the
inevitable laws of population would finally
radicate the evil,"
I did not repesttny visit tn my friends on the
succeeding sight, thinking it prudent to let their
hilarity aubaide a little. But on the night fol
lowing I donned my wig snd made my descent
into their quarters. What was my surprise,
when on my appeoraoce they raised an almott
universal guffaw I ' Tlio noise attracted the at
tention of the overseer, who no doubt thought
that One of bis charge had slipped overboard.
A rapid count of noses sa.lii.fied him, however,
that he bad hi full complement, if not more.
The clerk of the boat n-ho must have been close
at hand, came hastily np and enquired if all
was safe, a he had heard a sound like some,
thing felling in the Water. The overseer sssured
him that he hsd hi full complement. Howey..
er, to satisfy himself, hs msde a count, ehd
found the number tn be forty one I 'How is
thia T " he asked j "your bill c lading calls for
but forty, and her are forij -one niggers. This
rrstter muat be invettlgs'd ; the boat shsil not
be defrauded in this way while I remain her
clerk. I shall acquaint the captiin."
A few motmnut, brought thst officer to the
scene of confusion, end a few well-rounded sen
tences, eonsiderably mixed with expletives, told
the Asm resolve -of the Kentucky commander,
which was to ths effect that ths extrs nigger
ahould be sold, on the first favorable opportu
nity, for the benefit of the bost .
I csnnot well describe my feelings si this un
exrected tnrn of affairs. I inwardly cursed the
nature of the nigger, and wondered why they
had not sense enough tn control their emotions
when I meant to benefit them so much by the
announcement oi" ny principles. " Well,"
thought I, " thia life ia but a game of chess.
One unlucky move, and a'l i over. Here have
I been playing the knight ior the eeorapltsh
ment of my grand design, atd ten to oue lhat 1
shell be the unlucky victim of the captain'
firm resolve, snd a martyr to the introduction
of my principle." I was compelled, much
against my inclination, (for tbe perfume st
times was not that of oew blown rosea,) to speud
th whole uight aad the day following with bl.
iiiouue, H uie cepiam uau set a strict waica OU
what he considered bis part of ths cargo. 1
wss also quite uneasy, for I found by a glance
at a small pocket mirror that I happened to
hsvo by me, that the constant friction among
my friends wss beginning to wear off the burnt
cork, snd I waa actually getting spotted. The
boat wsa now below Hatches, and a few hours
more would land us in Mew Orleans. I almost
longed for some catastrophe or other to happen
that would relieve me from my present perilons
position, for I wss well sware thst a crisis in
my affairs wss close at hand. For should I be
detected, ths contents of my leathern wallet, loi
gelber with my investment in the Mound, would
hsrdlyssve tn from th application of s cost
that would adhere more closely than the burnt
For the succeeding numbers of the " Tour,1
we must refer our resders to the New York
Ledger Bonner having held out inducements
to the author far beyond our limned means.
The Democrats hare elected their ticket al
most entire in Terra Haute, Ind.
No less then thirteen persons sre tn lie exe
cuted in the United Ststes for murder between
this snd the middle of Msy.
J. A. McOorkle, the defaulting cashier st
Richmond, Ind., hss given bail in Ihe sum of
five thoussnd dollars for his appearance at the
next term of the Circuit Court.
The merchants of Danville. Vs., before re
ceiving license, are compelled to take an oath
not to psy out aoy notes of s less denomination
than five dollar.
Th China correspondent of tbe Mew York
Journal of Commerce write that th rehel
hsvs taken the great eity of Hanknw, 800
mile npth Yang Is Kisng, timted to eon.
tain a population of three millions.
Jasper Rousor, a parson held in custody un
dr a chargs of murder, esc sped recently from
the Milledgeville jail, Lincoln county, Ky. A
reward of 2l0 ia offered for his spprahension
Tbe brig Eusebia N. Roye, which hss just
arrived at th port of Mew York, is th Brat
vessel that has crossed th Atlantic ocean un
der th Liberiao flag. ShaleflMouraviaon the
15ta of March.
Mexico, tine it establishment aa Repub-
which fa thirty aeveo year ago, ha bad fif
ty-six PratidiuV s, ai a arg of one end half
Presidsr'j ' t.
jm. Linn Boyd, wbo is lbs Democratic can
didata for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky,
waa Speaksr of ths United Ststes House of
Representative for four year during th Tbir
ty .second sod Thirty third Congresses, from
Dee. IBM, to March 1 US.
An insurrsclioa against Geffrard. th new
President of Hsyli, i reported by letter of
April. An Insurgent aitem pi had jnatbt
suppressed at Cape Haytlen. The rebels are
blacks, instigated by jaalouay of the domina
tion of mulsttoes.
Nosui GaasaosiTr. Under this head, the
Americsa Presbyterian says that ons of ths
eity pastors of Philadelphia, having been oblig-
ed, through ill health, to deeist for a llm front
hi public labor, wss last week waited upon
by a member of hie church, and proffered three
thousand dollars, ia s check, far the purpose of
defraying hie expenses te Europe for six month
IT Th Japanese Islands contain a popula
UoBefsTer thirty million, with aa ana ef only
two huadrsd and sixty thousand square miles.
shorrisg theot to be ths most densely populated
qaarlev of th globe. Th Tsrritory of Mew
Msaia hss wilaia twa I ho eased three hundred
square miles a asaeh as the satire Empire of
Japan, aad Tessa falla only twaaty-thre thou
sand square ! bshiad.
Translated for the "Empire."
From the "Dayton Blade" of
the 14th April '59.
Already before ths last State elect inn, I had
resolved to direct a few words through your
paper lo my gcrmsn friends snd fellow riil7ns,
with regard to the circumstance of the election
But in as much ss I became a randidsto for
the Offlcs of Street Commissioner; I forbore,
lesst ihs public might view it ss s trick to
influence the elseilnn.
Mow, after the election; and sfterjou, through
my splendent majority, hsve given me the
rlqht as it were to glvs yon s short address.
will not miss to direct a few words publicly to
you. And nnee for all, I tender you German
Friend snd Fellow Citisens my hcsrtfelt thank
It Is f your common snd united support thst I
owe my election to this importsnt office. And
ss a German, I take a double pride in the be
stowrtl on me to fill this trust. I sm especislly
gratified inderjhe circumstances, that through
our union, a German Was elected to this im
portsnt post, while prominent, capable and
belovsd American snd Irish candidates msde
frulttess exertions for it. A circumstance, from
which, si later instances we msv draw good
and nsefiill lessons,
I believe I msy be allowed lo make sn open
declaration lhat for ihn 25 yera I rrsided in
Dsyton, I bsve esrned the confidence of the
gerrasn-speaking citizens of Dayton ( snd I
shall, especially in this oflise, make It mv holy
duty to prove myself worthy of your trust. Let
us not in future, under like clrcovosunre, look
i uiau s reiiiousnrpniiK!ai proTeesMa' ; aoi
that man we will elect to office, shall
deem capable st I qualified J asnfrwart,'if we
annulled. Tnamnb-w iU I sod I hone that
through my e)etMu, lb path of emmbinatlon
and co opwratii.a is prepiired st lav, which will
enr-M ua to lour fondest hopes. As I hsvo
hltliertrr, by public snd privste labor favored
the interest of my Germsn fellow eititene.sor
win in tnis otttce, do s II for them which. may
he in my power, without however, forgetting
ths duff ol' ths service, sn thst my friends will.
snd must expect ho.iesty snd a send of my
duty from me.
I embrace this opportunity In notice the cele
bration of a festival in honorof Frederick Van
Schiller, one of our most beloved genmo poets.
The 8tenben festivsl, which we celebrated in
theprst yeerwiihsomuch eonoord snd harmony,
hss furnished us the proof, thst it is reaervtd
for the Germsi s. to show the Amer'emr, with
what sensible good msnners such festivel rsn
he sccomplished On the lOih of November
it will he 100 years since Schiller, Ihe sreate.t
and most popular Germsn poet, first beheld the
light of the world. Already preparations are
making in many of the towns, by Die germane
toward a worthy celebration of the aproaching
event j and I believe I know my German friends
and fellow citizens of Dsyton well enough In ex
press th firm hope thst we too, will, in s de
serving msnner honor this day. Therefore I
think I am not dictating when I seek hereby io
instituts wsys snd means to mske the necreaasry
And allow me to submit, that the publisher
of ihe"DytoB Weekly Blade," have declared
themselves willing and prepared to publish no
lice of meetings", Ac, gratuitously with plee.
With an old Germsn greeting
I. O. S. II. Ths Louisville Journal tins
the following in regard to the I. O. 8. M ,
and particularly commends it to those newr
papers wbo publish to their reader that the
institution is leagued with the "Old scratch,"
on aocount of Its senreity and mystery. As
th Order kas done in this oommunity what
it is deolared to have performed in Louis,
ville, we hope that nervous gentlemen here
abouts will revise their notions about tbe
"Sons," and reduce their nerves to a condi
tion which will permit them to sleop 'o
"Tbe Order is solely devoted to deeds of
Densrnienne, ami we almost daily read of its
sets of unostentatious oharity throughout the
country. Many widowed homes have been
msde hsppy by the receipt of barrels or flour
packages of groceries, clothing, or other
necessaries anonymously sent with but ths
branded mystic msrk of the Maltese Crars
"The Order lias increased rapidly in this
section, and, with tbe exception of a reserved
fund, all its money rooeipts have been dis
bursed for benevolent objects. We are not
aware of tbe particular cause of to-night's
parade, but believe it has something to do
with tbe end of the Passover, when, by oo.
incidence, the celestial phenomena show
Mars to be in conjunction with Hersobelion
Ucanus, indicating the good condition of ths
snoient aspect of the Order in harmony with
the moro modern workings of the system.'
RsariruTinx. The Hnntsville (Ala.) Advo
cate learns thst D. Johnson, the county treasu
rer, has received from Bishop Cobbs ths sum of
(060, restored to the public funds by soma one
who became; years ago, wrongfully possessed
of them. The Bishop saya it ia useless to al
tempt to discover ths source from whence tbe
money comes. The unknowo person - now
makes restitution through lbs Bishop. To err
is hume.c ; to make leatitnllon for that error is
almost divine, and is whst is not often done in
ST Be sur to sttend tbe Jewelry saieat Mr.
Aubert', 306, 3d street, this sfternoon snd vans
Oa the Sth Inrt., by rarses H. rlelacka, Nr.Jaoa
tbaa I.lsr, of Uiaasl, to Miss Sarah Ana Apple, of
Refrigerators! Hater Coolers!!
KEEP COOLI KEEP COSaTORTABLB!
WOULD you, during the coming hot
monthe. have rscsH meat Instead of tainvep!
Nirr butter Instead of bamcipI Swcrrmlta. inta4
of soeat The smiles of your wife In.tesd ol her
raowasl Then n avoni a aa lay your ease before
A. W. RICE & CO.,
Has v on Building, Dayton,
and your wishes eaa he satisfied. They have Re
frtseratora of all styles sad .taea, all admirably
ailspted to impart to vour eoiefort, sad etfeot a sreat
aavlus of loe over the old wsy of keeping It.
They l ave alM Water Cooler. a4 foe Oeam
Preesers, snd the
Old Dominion Coffee Pot!
By th use of which stl tbe aroma of tour CoflVe,
durlbg boiling, insured of solas off la vapor ail over
your house, la eoadeascd sad throw a back Into the
Colt re. thus In-urio to you s more tleltcloti. artkole.
and enacting a saving to the amount of Cotta naei.
rIE Firm of Raraet Eiohclbenrer i
this Sar. by mutual eonaeat, leoir4. Yitkir
1 the pat Were will alleud te aettu, th. hu.li..
of the Biio, aad th same of th ttim will be e4
ueUl all sett laments are e(Irv'td.
. H. BNTT,
Dsvtoa, May t, IS. WM lit Hi.i.aAllJll.
Tut ! Taxea ! Taxea !
NOTICE 1 ,
To in Tax Payer of Montgomery Co
T"HE receipt for the Jnn payment of
- tases. are bow reedy . The With of June Is the
Isst day allowed hy law, fur the p; menl or those
taxes. 'His Treasurer's office will he sept open
from 7 till 19, A. M., snd from I to r. M., until the
30th dsy of June, next.
An opportunity Is now offerer) to 111 Who Wish to
pay oeiore tne rusn commences.
niylO-tt Treasurer Montgomery eouoty.
(Journal and Uazette copj , dally, tt.)
OA HOXES fins quality Palermo Oranges,
large and sweet, st
ItANPKrf Bt'ltfJ CO.',
y No. SCO, Sit .
SELF BAKING UEAPEK
AND MOWER! '
PItlTZ & KUHNO,
IN ADDITION" TO THE MANtJPAfV
- ..irr n, onrorienrnteo urain iirtlls, we sre pre
pared to furnish the farmer, with lorm '.Kef Ha'
,nr Renper and Mower, This a s hine Is of lighter
draught than sny other Machine known.
... ,,,'7,.r"M simplicity of construction precludes
the liability of derangetnrnt.
ii i. noinpaot and ouralile. 1
The driver sits oa the hnn. ....
where he can hsve full view of the operation and
avoid all ohatruettona.
It dlaprn.es with the Reel entirely-, the Revolving
Arms serving a far better purpose, gathering the
grain gently to the cutters without Timoi-iKo on
nitsTTEaisa.anddepoltlnf it with regularity on
When suKtelent straw hss been eut to form a
proMr sized aheaf. the Rake, in sn easy, Srsceful
manner, removes It from ttie platform, f,y ai,le de-
entire Held may
s single shear.
" " '. '.vu,a we iraca neirsutlr clear, so that an
be eut, if desired, without binding
The .trawls LAin stsaioht and rvrsi at the but.
No straw will be fauna
sheaves; therefore a horse-rake will he unnecwrary.
1 he ehesvea are delivered with regularity. Their
compact aad neat appearanoe cannot he enualeil hy
any hand-raacr from reaping machine or cradle
The Rake esn he adjusted to suit hesvv or light
grain, forming large or .mail sheaves, as desired.
Hinders preler working s'terthl. machine, and
rarmers can dispense with one or more hinders hi
u.lng Iti simply because the gat els are laid in bet
ter condition and thia laborious ogratlon of hlnd-
5, V..- 7 " "i"g'"n nj fine regularity In
which the ahravea are formed'
The rake takea oft", enu-ltv w-ii .in... i.K.ui
straight grain, leaving the buls even snd sn.ui.
. .MurnnBi. near tne ssine as thst
of an ordinary reel, reiiulrlng no more n-iwer lo
work iti and by ill.pcnulng with the weight of a
hand raker, it la evident that less power isrequlred
to drive the machine.
By tne substitution or the lake, the tabor, wages
and board of a roan are aaved. to an. nmi. !.,.,
extra power requisite to drew him over the ground,
ejpeolelly when he Is locsted uesr the grain side,
The machine la perfectly balanoid, leaving IO
more weight on the horsae'ue.-i. it,... i.
to keep the tongue down. '
Trie alteration trom Reaper lo Mower, Is etfectt d
by simply unscrewing three ho ts, raising or lowrr-
""' "n" tightening the screws.
The mowingarrengement operates In ail kinds of
...... r. ..., aru. in ine moat satisfactory msnner,
and la acknowledged to he the most complete labor
saving hsrvester known. .
Price l(0-one-hail down, and the hslsncela six
months or tso on .delivery at our shoo, Lower
II a tit-sail I IA - hsi'tfta '
for pamphleta aid certificates, sddrAs -'
atylU 1'RITZ a kuhnk, Uayton, o.
A8MAI.I. roll of money, whioh tbe own
er can have bv ealllnr at nr. HtmaH). n..
Mtore, and proving his right to the same.
my .. ,
MAY 9, 1859!!
We hsve just received a Urge Invoice of
FRENCH V I.ACE MANTILLAS,
KREXCII I.ACE POINTS, .
In prices ranging from ,oo to $30,00 st the CASH
B i uric
JOHN, VAN DOKKN A CO.
J. B. Raymond
f 1 AS Ukeo W. FAIR'S ld itaod, on 2d
oL-l .trtrWt. btVVn JcHfcreanfl and ate. riot. a.oM
haia nraiuiaail tndn
sav I-e "
BUILDING AND JMUPAIRINQ
to th sat rrsetlon of all patronising him. Also
-i-ii ..i4.aa. un, uim a call. BiysHas
City Property for Oale-
ADEslKE to visit Europe, induoes me to
offer s-r preaenVResltlenee. located nn th. nAk
aide of Thsl atreet, below Perry, for aale. The lot
ia iwieei imui ana pw lost aeep, north and east an
alley, on which are three Uweillne Hihim.. (-..-
M-rvewr,, ouwi, ..otmi ovuw, ami many othss
the whole t. aaadsomeir arrarurad In mm..
with a great many different klnua or eliolce fruit
bearing treea, grape enough to make wine) a great
variety ol hardy flower, and flowarlae ahrulorr
ornament Ihe garden. A great many different kin.l.
of Oreenhouae Plants, such se Oraiec, Lcuious,
Poniegr.ii.tr., Rom., aJyrtj a, Olean.iera.and otl.vr
ahuii:e fiant in the Cuneerv story. Aiao, naumtwr
Tha ureai Ice. aomlilue all the ummkUbmim.
ism,.r tor health nod coinlixt ia th city, an weu
as a taigs garden.
rarsous who wish to purchase a beautiful neate.
rriue iwewnvs, anil song paymeuta.
Columbua Avano and WaUi 8trt,
W. T. WKST,
A. a. wnr
;. I Praaieietara. . .
AT a meeting of the Board of Jiireoforsof
th. llavtoa Llbfarv Aseoelatten hi.M mm B-M.t-
evening, Slay eth, a resolution wwa paiuu-i onterlng
tne l.tl.rari.a lo give out no more euune fioa. and
after Monday, stay th. The object la to call la a
large number ol Dooaa Suattered throughout the
eitv, to re-arranga the Library, .ad make a -freeh
sUrt.' Ait meaili-s of Hie AMoctattoa :-ee hereby
eumurirvu w uu poea.sioa any psoas or lie
rit-licai. Deiougiiig to tt Ubrery, wherever they
may he found, and deliver them to the Librarian
lirilnqueete ar hereby nollltrd thit Nil IINsa
WILL BH ASar:-ei-:liACiAlrTHti3K vviln nn.
THIS boohs Hi IK I.IHHAKV WITHIN TWO
WitM. U u hi.prd tnt all Hfrsons who have
tne waiter Ol ute uorary at uaAl I, wiU aiv he
to this aotice.
y-t L H. KIKIUTCI),fMy.
Artesian VJtill. .
A BTK8IAN MINERAL WaTKR, fraeh
A ream the eprljig, neat now a a .,.... mm Iw
svart'a lirug at-.-iu, "
Aiau, liiu X.t. k w ater. ' - mrS-lw
HATE ,urt ree id On TWieaoJ bush,
nice I I'll' I.tj- ..iv at the low.! an-rtal
pries, al the Iw-l at 1 nrn.
f" ... , i.
I ' A Z r.
lift nt.MAiN frrn-.ir,
ua s. mm ua
tA jv-t xn-i-v.ivv.n nw ftriiiMi
1 1 ni Orv ;,. eosiprtilpg every tnm new
and elegant lathe line.
Fancy and !Mn,k
, , Wlk Ki.tie, " '
, I'ancv flilks, .., ,
In every variety of .trie, hnercM -ecenllp, and sell
ing at Ltnv I'Kit I s
Slls snd l.aee N.nMIUs,
K.mhmnl-rles, . ' - V .
- Rklrts and Trtmmlnas,
, ew Hlyle., snil at
w " Rrnttrpi, 1'uicast
Organdie . V.teneia Robes,
' ' - ( hallleS, t'ouiaiits ,
Dersge, Anclnls, Valencia.,
and Traveling llrese enrols - : v -rillNII.H,
Trenih and F.ngH.h ,
Hrilllaota,llnthame, " . , k, . .
Percales, I'hsmhrai s,
Roys' Wesr, - -Irish
Jalenched bnd Brown
. r ' filiiitiiips and
FtiRNIHHINO lioons, tn great vsrlew.lnd 'nTnl
oee which cannot fall to plea,
1Q1 , -J Oi
Ftegant French Olofh, Press snd Frocg rost.i floe
Fsacy Cas.lmere ft-i.lnesa Coatsi Spring Ha.
flans snd f Ivercoal., the late.t itylcsi
Faalil'-nable Sale Band C.sclmcre,
,- A Plain arid aney C'aaa'.mere .
Pants ol si! descriptions!
sils, s-iin, Velvet, .
Farmers satin -
snd f loth
' ' " Veste.
In fmrt he hmt nowrm hsd a full and entnpleteetork
of sll the latest st,les of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS.
Tot tm boys,
FOR SI'KINU AND SUMMER WEAK.
snd which h will sell at lower prieee than aimllar
svMKlaenn be purehaenl for at any oth r pine In the
r.istora wotv will he given rHieii!.rt1entUm.
'The public will nleaee rMMml-f .1 r.1 -i-.
us and 1J1, Marn street, anuo-ite .hiuin. un.',u '.
V CISAvT wonto
iStaT S&ow'cf tire UmioJ States
lastsaEwaJar &jwes sent -jsnnanl
Thlii 0oro,iij ! rtactf-g. Iwrn. the Ot-A tbntHni of
of tbl MiiKii.flcvnt KMtnbUiisbi&t.t will be tVyund
THE ANTONIO BROTHERS.
Vormerly of the 1 A VOXO F AMIir.
OriXIAMO ANTONIO, IORKNZ0 AKTOWIO,
AnaUBTUS ANTtlNIO, ALPHONZO ANTONItT,'
WILLIAM ABMHTRONO, AOOB SHOWLI.1,
JonSJTT DAVXWPORT, MAST. BRWIIIP;,
MRS. 9. SH0WLEH, M'LLK F.LIZABEThT,
J, W. PACL. . DAVISB,
TIIR MI0ARI BALLET TBOtJUS,
prnroHMino iionsc ambrican kiols,
TRICK. H0RHF. NONPARIKL,
C0MI0 DOO TASKCt.
ABraoliful Etjirstrim PanUmnD Ererj Mtnm
A SEW, SPLENDID AND TKRBIFI0 ACTt '
Bvery Night, In which the
Appears en tbs Sluk Bona, marring at a T.rrlflS
0nsea, snd oompletery savelopsd la a
VOLCANO OF FISK.
rerformee at 8 and X-a o'olook.P.K..
Will aiklbi at
DAYTON, Frlilay, ay Slth, TROT, Thurnlay,
Jayjelh.CKRMANTOw'N, at.yttth. Ailmi.iiKMS,
Box SOoents, Pit SaeenU. maVf-aww-ad.
SMITH & WESSON'S .
roa SALE AT
IANGD0H3 HAKQWAEE STOKE,
NO. 73, MAIN STREET.
'PHIS Pistol is the lightest one in tie
X world that has force. Weight only Ten Ounces.
Is loaded quicker thsa other Pistols sre capped.
Is sure Are under nil circumstance. No Injury Is
ssused to the if rm or Ammunition by allowiug it
to remain loaded any length of llm. It la so sim
ple in It. eonstruciion that It Is not liable to gel
out of order.
It la Perfectly Safe to Carry!
The cylinder holds seven .hot. Two more than
otner email pLtois. my
DESTRUCTION TO VEBMIJT.
TnB Htmmkr Moon wah Sminiko
AH In h- purpl eltv.
My wife avail 1, w toMMlthoiii. .
Anil could not rlt n j t.
All thrwiith t)i we,ri nlf iit.
But twu enouitb to vx m MUitt
Th bbiiffV imvak bit.
Isoon uth morning broil, I iom "'
From out mv eJ3eoliwbtd.
Anil, oh, to wretuhiHl tlitX 1 foot,
. ..You way be eur IocrUuuwot
Thavt tuorn lo llurk's i4r,
, ,.v A1 how in joj lultrfnmb t,
Th' MAKnetic Powur tMr, ' .
t Which quteiiJy tMavuf hterl vtttj btlC. .
NOWIIlitO, rOoWlhaVUsi fl l
1 ' An4 now throuarfwifHtt the lltwloaff nlxbj
, i Wiakep.wroityitjA
n-Tlt 6nttin Lyon1 UsMtt Pvwte tui4
PUl nre aohl t kuM'i Drug Mor, where cak tm
obtain.. l nil tUues rery avrttoi iu thm lisu<iui.
ui .-lat .. .
Langdous Hardware Stor
JOINTKD rieh PolM ?,BO to
Brae BalAooa, ftluliliilyioc m4MZtlj2
- mwv-ia, v. sw-Vftmr raM'lt.
BaUM OuidM Ud Tip,
CiirAee, fcilk o)it4 Linen Linee,
Bxtrn l,lafMih Hoohinad
THIS DAT AJTO BTEHIKO,
REFHESI1MENT SALOON! !U
- OBOROB OHMSa.
ror Ic Crftans, go to
ror th Bat of loda, o to
... t'KO. OHMER'8.
For oil kino ol Cool Drinks, to to
For tn boa, of Candl, co to
roc th boot of Ft) Fruit, go to
For th flaoat Clgata, go to
For th boot Tobacco, go to
tiKO OUMER'c '
Peat Offles Bunding, Third atreet,
- Family Bread.
W. W OLF. the mis ol .....
. f his su.UMneia. hraooae. to illlv.i-h..i
snd cake, tu thiMrit who aiai d.aire It, at toeir r-i-oeAee-.
rtia waaoa will be re-uy air servfauo in it,
.o irueoi ll.e pn-eHt week, lit tr.e a.-u tir-M he
re.l'a.1. ell who oealte bun to drlt v cl I.. .i at iheir
real lica wImv. Hwil hie I a..i iim i,
He la aww b-atiia a sufrHr aiu. a r .... v
Biread, which hs Mela evuniiaMtwlil lie U..,.t u i, '
by -ai Who try II. m., '
C j CL
rpw- ams 1 ana