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KliTUItJV Tilt i9:
TO FILL AN
'ENGAGEMENT INN. Y.
TlirV RKSI'Kf'TFI'LLY ANNOUNCKTOTHa
I. Iltlren.nl thlaplsce that they will give Ihrir
Farewell Concert !
AT HUSTON HALL,
nw TwnpsnA v r.vu mavis. ibso
, . - - , 1
WHEN A NEW AND
my It Will be performed.
For Cash Onlyl
No. 11G, Main street.
TT AH JUST HEi'KIVEl)
.1.-1 and most eoniplete stock of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Ever hrotiffht to this city, which were manufactured
expreaely to hla onler hy JOHN H. IlKTKKS.of t:in
einnatt, acknowledg-cd to lie th lieel Uoot and Shot
Manufacturer In the Writ.
In addition I HAVK nj WILL KK.Kl'ON HAND
a full and varied atocs of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for NTVLK and QUA 1. 1TV la I'NSURPASS
Lll. I km contldent I can get tip
TUB HKNT 1'ITTINa ltOOTri ,t SIIOKS
In the city, ami I 111 guarantee sstislsctlon In nil
N W. WXLBOW,
IU Main street, 2 doors south of the Mnrset.
N, V. W. Alio kK 1 superior srtlcleof FRENCH
t&No Eastern Work kept nt this estab
lishment. apra-da '
WF II JO 1ST C II fcS
CONSTANTLT ON BAND, HH
AND FOR SAI.K II V
N. W. WILSON,
Ho. fllulii nircet.
GIVE IT A TRIAL! Q
Charles Aubcrt's Estate.
$4,000 Vorh of Jewelry,
91,000 worth of other Personal Property
At I'llbllc Sulehy
ADM'R. OF CHAULE8 AUBEKT, DEO'D
f PUR personal property bolonglng'toBatute
J of Charlea Auliert,deceaed,conltliiK of a large
number of gold and ailver watclirit, clocba, jewelry
of every ktnd.onednrk brown 3 year olduolt, one Hne
roaewuod alt octave piano forte, houat'hold and
kitchen furniture and other peraonal proltetty, will
lie aold at public vendue, at the Inle afore room aud
realdenoeof the (teceuKed,ln Drtton,()hlo,oiiTut'a
ay, the 10th dity of May, I Hfifl, commencing at 10
o'clock: In the forenoon, anil will continue from day
today thereafter till the property la all aold.
Terma of Nule All aiima under S3 to bacaih; All
aurna above a and under &(l, to be three montha orediti
all auma above AO And under loo, to lie alx montha
credit and all aumr of I'm And over, fl montha credit.
In all caaea of oredlt, the purchnaer to give hla note
with approved iieraonal aecurltr, for amount pur
ohAael,to bear intereat from day of aale.
Said watchea. ulocka and Jewelry are all of the
tHatquallty,ann were ielectsl with gieat care by
Mr. Auliert during hla lifetime, for the retail trade
In theeltv of Uavtoc And vicinity.
n. i , Auininiairatur.
BOOTS, SHOES. SC.; &C1
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
No. 81, Jefferson Street.
"It it now tettlPi. tli At thei.AiTiNa health of awl
men, wouten Hml children, de.wmU oa the ooutJltiun
of their ot.E I'
WOULD KESPUCTKULLY SAY TO
the clttzena of Dayton and surrounding coun
try, that his Spring and Summer utock la now oom-
rlete, eonaiitinitol All kimla of I.Adiea', MlaNea'.and
hlldrrn'a Boota, Khoea, finltera, It,, with heela or
without; alao a large Aeeortiuent of Mena', ltoya',
and Youths' HoutM, (altera, and oxlui'd 'Ilea.
Having purohaard hla alock right irom the facto
rlea for uAah, enahlea h tin to tell na cheap, or cheap
er than any other house In this city.
He slao Iias a lArge aupply ol Mena Patent Leath
er Boot, (ialter And Oxford Tie. Tops, which he will
malte to order to tit the loot.
He keepa oonatAntlyeinplajed the heat workmen,
and la prepared to do all kiuda of C'uatom Work on
All ripa repaired free of charge.
He saka a liberal share ol public patmnAge, and
feelsuonlldent that heuAii pleaacall who order work.
Remember theold And Invorite place,Hl,Jerlerain
street, below the market. sprso
Concentrated Essence of Jamaica Gin.
FOIl the Cure of Indigestion, Nervous
Headache, Flatulency, and for all troubles aria
Ingfroniabad Stomach. An excellent article for
weak neraona. Prepaied and sold by
J. W. UIKTH1CH, Drugglat,
PHII.LII' HOUVK, opiioiite Court House,
Third St., Dayton, O.
1 NDIA Hub lie r Diupering.
X. snd sick Ued
For aale by
J, W. 1UFTRICH,
C'KNUINK Irfiw's lirown Windsor 8oap,
I Honey, Almond, I'nlm, .lurliie, Nymph and
For sale by
VIRdlN (Hive Oils, o! a perior qi
for table ute line, freah and nwcet. F.
J. W. U1KTHICH, llrugglat,
rTUUE Paints, Canvass, brushes.
4. w. uin i mi ii
TO the Atlantio and (ircat Western H. K
Company .owners of Lota No. -IS0,S'ril,371'i,Sias,
31S4, siaa, S7SH, Slid, 37. S, aiiilb760, ami the unknown
owneiaof Lota No. Slas, S140, S16I, SIM, and JIM, lo
All and raise said lota 0 a to atutte a ouisttnee LSuaed
by ataguaut water. The laid wors to be done with
in twenty days, under the dlrsotlun of ths City JLu-
.... -. t r.i.. ,. ,nt, tt.l .l afa
A. U. IB6S.
aye-wd riliLUinu luihi, :iiy ciers.
Mrs. J. Aubert
"X71SlIKtn announce to her old patrons
V V snd friends, and to thepubiie geuerauy, mat
Immediately alter the sale of the preaent atock
goods, ahe will re-eommence builueaa at the old
land, No. 80S third atreet. With the advantage
A long experience In the Jewelry bualneaa, ahe hniMa
to receive the patrouage of the old euatomera or the
eatAb'l.hment, and reapectlully nollulte a call from
ths public generally.
Watchea repaired by s first-class workman, snd
' warranted fur th. usual time. All other ducriptlon
of repairing done on short aotlrs In s superior maa
MB. U V. U. CKOSIiV respeotfully an
nounces to thoae Interested tn the cultivation
of Vul Mueie, that he will eommsuoe with
alsuientsry olaa at hla ftlualc Hall, im Main at.,
' fovsr ths Music store) as soon aa a aulttcieut num
' J her of names oaa be obtained to make tt an olusct
him so to do.
Those wishing to joia ins oisas, are requeaiea
sail ami leave their naiuee, st their earliest suave
TlcB-ete far 13 Lesrone, ' ajl,50,
gy-Tlokata for the eourss must be obtained oa
beWre seissMiaalug ths lessons. my7
P" I I I i II 11
MAY 11, 1850.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
openoet of pui
Irasirs liiliiif,, Tbir4 si. Soils liit M. Ilia t Jtftrwi
II v Stall SS. 00 par year In advenes.
10 oeat per w.nk . parent a le ihonerrfer.
eineie ooptM, pittup la wrapper, iMDtt.
The Cincinnati Ty pe Foundry Company le
oar duly suthorised Agent to mske contracts
ud receipt for Advertisements subscriptions,
Ac, la that citjr.
To BuiiKKMMiif. The EmplrtJob Rooma
ire in complete trim, end we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the boat atyle
oftheart. Call in and examine our work and
learn our prices.
IT To ADTianaaaa. Advertisements or
Notices for the Kmpire moat be banded into
the office by ten cUck on the day they are de
li red to be published net tmtrr. We cannot
agree toinsert them after that hoar.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thoae who desire to hare advertisement
inserted In the Weekly Kmpire ehould hand
them in by Saturday morning, at the latest.
Our advertieing patron will perceive
that, by onr arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always nnn a
very Important matter to them,
KTSoe 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
Tar It! The Daily Empire, a local and gen.
eral NEWS-paper, ia published arary after
noon. Price, 10 centa per week, payable to the
Carrier. Oar citizens are solicited to try it; if
it does not gire aatiafartlon, ws will notinaiat
on their continuing it.
IsnrrsxptNTS AntKTio. You will meet at
your engine house this evening at 7 o'clock.
Enry member is req'usted to be on hsod, as
imporlaut bnaineas will be brought up.
By order of the Piestdrnt.
W. H. ROUTER, Sec'y.
The ONLY Cahi-siiui Comxo I Motdo A
Hernsndes' Campbell Minstrels will return here
ami give only one Concert, at Huston Halt, on
lo morrow evening. Our citizens era aware
ihst this Troupe ia No. I, having had a taste of
their quality. They will have a lot of new fx
traa to present our citizens, and all who wish to
spend a plesasnt evening will go to Huston
Uull and takes course of hearty guffaws. Tbe
l'smpbells, tin their former visit, sufficiently
advertised themselvea as a lip-top troupe. Her
naidci is a whole troupe of himself.
Fbuits or the Gams Law. Tbe fruits of the
gsme law are being seen and felt throughout
the State. This apring the songsters of the
fields and forests are making ua frequent visita,
and our treea every morning are made vocal with
wild-wood mutic. Tbe "robin red breast," and
ths long list of feathered vocslists, whose sweet
notes were wont heretofore to cheer us eniy in
tbe forests, seem "intuitively" to uudeistand
thattbsy are protected by law I They seem to
know that they are as secure within the city
limits as in their natural fastnesses ; snd hsviog
acquired a liking for city life they have deter
mined on visiting us daily.
We do not kuow eiaetly what effect tbe game
law has had io other portions of tbe Bute ; but
in the glorioue valley of the Great Miami, it
haa worked like a charm; and the atrictness
of ila observance epeaka volumee for the char
acter of our people. Siraoge as it may sound
to tbe bird destroyers of other places, we in
form them thst a whole fsniily of qusils hsve
taken up a eity residence in the grounds of Dr.
Langsted, on west 3d street. They are to be
seen bob-wbiteing about the yard, and ere bes
come quite tame. The Doctor also has an
"aquarium on his premises, In which are
severs! vsrieties of fish, and they have greatly
increased within the laat year. If it could be a
little more extended, it would aupply the Doe
tor and hia friends with baas, sunfiah, and other
vsrieties of fish for table uso.
A Ntw Stsekt ix tux "Cirr or the Dead."
An impinvemeut is being projected in Wood
lsnd Cemetery, which will not only be a great
convenience, but will add to the appearance of
the Grounds. A carriage road is to be made
from the Public Vault, at the weat aide, along
the main "gulch," or hollow, up through the
grounda to the east side of the Cemetery, and
connect with the main road In the "addition
A stooe arch Is to be built over the "gulch" for
the track which now puses west of tbe Odd
Fellows' Lot, to the noth side of tbe Cemetery
and the projected road will paea under it. The
workmen are already at work upon the road,
and it will be completed as soon aa possible.
The new carriage track will be a charming
drive through the wildest end moat picturesque
portion nf thie "beautiful eity of the dead.
IT Tbe Military Festival and grand Corapli-
tneatary Prise Fencing Tournament, to be given
Capt. De Reu by hia pupils, at Huston Hall, on
next Monday evening, May 16th, will be the
most interesting and brilliant entertainmeut
ever given in the West. In conjunction with
the Feetival will be given aa instrumental eon
cert, By a luii uwii, scr th; -Irjelion of Geo,
W. Pearson. Tbe concert alone will be a fee
turs worth double the price of admission. Pro-
cars tickets without delay. They are for aale
at Mores' Book Store, and at the Jewelry Store
of John Sherwood.
State or Oaio ss. Geo. A. MoLaih. Thi
ease, which has been undergoing examination
for several daya, waa finally dispeeed of yester
dsy afternoon. The jury last week found Mr,
McLain guilty of selling liquor contrary
slstute, and bis counsel moved for a new trial
After a lengthy argument yesterday from the
psrtiea, Judge Bsggutt overruled the motion
and seuteuced the defendsnt to psy a fine of $50
and costs of prosecution. This is tbe result we
IT Tbe Bsrley In the Miami Valley ia "head
ing," and ia considered "heavy." Th rop
will, we are assured, be considerably above av
erage. The wheat ia about two feet high
atanda thick in most fields we have seen, (es
peeially where it had been drilled in,) and tbe
head-ioinls" have already etarted out. The
yield will be great, nnleaa eome unforeseen mis
fortune ehould yet fell upon it. The oats are
coming oa finely, and aejrer looked better
this season of the year.
rrflo to Langdoa'a for fishing tackle. They
have everything ia the line that ie necessary
river, pond or lake fishing. Tbsir aasortinent
of lines, reels, patent rods, etc., is complete,
and comprises the very beet qualities. Call
at 18 Msin street, and examine their ampi
IT The Dioenect for a heavy eron of Wheat
litis coming harvest, will doubtless toon
upon the price of flour. The sooner tbe betl
for those who have considerable difficulty
procuring tbe snonoy to pay for the M dust
present exborbilant prices.
Trsow PnTato to Ta Ioo I Yea, that ia
the doctrine. Hst yon got the "blneat"
Here'a a remedy a pleasant remedy a cheap
remedy aa Infallible remedy. Dick A Fits,
gerald, of 18 Ann atreet, New York, bare juat
publiehed a comic Tolume, full of the OiOMt aide,
aplitting atoriea.in proa and Terse, and lllue-U.te-l
!a th lEMt !!!? Vy orariiOO
cuts from th skillful fingers of 8. P. Aaery,
which Is the n pluaurtreof uproarious fun and
fun and innocent merriment. It Is entitled
"The Harp of a Thousand Strings; or, Laugh
ter for a Lifetime," and a more irrealatible pro'
ductinn waa never yet presented to ths lsugh
loving public with a claim for Its spprorsl.
Tslk of tonics for dyspepsia I Pooh I thie is
your only genuine tonic. If the "Harp of a
Thousand Strings" does not giro yno a perfect
digestion, all the physic In the world will In
useless. You are incarsble I
Pries $1,25, and will be sent free of postage.
Get a copy by all means.
ETOflioial Abstract of Interments In Woods
lsnd Cemetery for April, lt59:
1 year and under 4
1 to 5 fi
20 to 4(1 0
40 to CO 1
I yrsr and under
SO to 40
Tas People's Libbasv. Auditor Dryden hss
received from Commissioner Smyth the books
for distribution to the schools of this county.
We lesrn thst the volumes hsve been sppor
lioncd to tbe several school libraries, and are
subject to order of the directors throughout the
eonuty. We are inclined to tbink thst these
common school libraries will have an escellent
effect, and prove the means of getting up thro'
out the country a taste for reading, and create a
thirst for " more knowledge." We exetnined
seversl of the books at Mr. Dryden 's office, and
found them to he of a very instructive and en
ITU. N. Davis' new Boot and Shoe Store
on Jefferson street, is fsst becoming popular'
He keeps a fine stock, snd his goods sre dialing
guished for durability, as well as elegance. Hia
asaorlment nf ladles' slid gentlemen's gsiters,
snd other sppropriste footgear for summer
wear, is large snd excellent, snd his prices are
msrked down st the lowest possible figures. His
custom department le in the hands of sccom-
plished workmen, and those who patronise
Davis once will be pretty sure to do so again.
Arrxcriifa Bcesx. " My dear." aaid one o1
our enterprising citisens to the wife of his bo
sow, aa be was about leaving for Pike'e Peak
I have one request to make ere I go one lit
tie boon to ask." " What la it, dear husbsndt"
asked the young and weeping wife. "His
this," he replied, gssing fundly upon her, "that
you buy your gaiters of Waw, Wilcon, on
Main street." Hue promised, and the young
husbsnd tore himself away.
Pick Nicks. Our oituans are determined
to enjoy the present delightful weather; and
they are wise in choosing to improve it by
going to the country.' We will not have
more agreeable weather tins year, we
learn that some ten or twelve little partiei
etarted out fjr adjacent groves to-day.
IT It will be seen by the law card of J. H
Stewvst, Esq., that be haa taken rooms in the
Empire Buildings, end tenders his services to
all who wiah to enter into the perilous business
John Doe vs. Richard Roe." He iaayoung
gentleman of fins abilities, snd will promptly
snd satisfactorily attend to all business entrust
od to him.
IT Ws tske pleasure in celling the attention
of the public to tbe card of Mr. J. B. Raymond,
in another column. Mr. R. has taken the car
penter shop formerly occupied by W. Fsir, on
3d street, between Jefferson and St. Clair sis..
and ia well prepared to do all kinds of carpen
ter work, with neatness and dispstch, snd on
reasonable terms. Hia employees are first cl
workmen; and those who give him a cell can
rely upon having tbsir work done to order,
ati" Anglers are plying their vocation
busily In tbe streams in thie vioioity, with
exoeeding good luck. It is aetonieliing what
large quantities of Laramie sun fish are be
ing taken hereabouts. The supply seems to
be fully equal to the demand, and the latter
ITThat thorough national democratic newa
paper, the Tiffin "Advertiser," hss been dress
ed in new type, and presents a flue appearance
Brother Armstrong geta up an excellent paper.
and we are glad to learn thst his efforts to plsaae
ths people ere appreciated, The "Advertiser'
(sons of the best weeklies on our exchsnge list
ErThe Bosp Fsetories snd Tanneries are
greatly complaintd of by tbe Cincinnati pa
pens. Here we consider them endurable, unless
the weather becomes too warm.
CTTbe recent rain bad the effect of giving a
fresh Impetus to vegetation. A truck grower
ssys it wss ths making of his vegetable crop
A little more rein would be taken as a particu
IT We now receive the ludisnsnolis Daily
Journal regularly. It ia an excellent newaps.
per, and although "not of our way of thinkiug
in regard to politics, we mu.t aay that it is a
live institulion, and keeps psco with ths im
provetneula of journslism.
Taxes I Property owners are particularly re
ferred to tbe Notice given by Mr. Keoney, i
ae other column. Those who desire to svoid
expense will give heed to its suggestions.
sTAUsnd the sale of Jewelry, wstchrs,
clocks, Ac, at 306, Third at., this sflernoon
and sveniug. It is ths moat important ssls of
the kind ever msde in this eity. ,
XT The young trees which had been set out
thispriug, snd which were "dying out," hsve
taken a fresh start since the rain. The change
for the better Is very perceptible.
Ma. Editor i We were a little surprised, thii
morning, upon seeing an aged, much respected.
and able member af the Bar, of this city, in
possession of quite a number of religious docu-
mebts, which oa investigation proved to be
tracts published la favor of. the Mobamssedsn
elieion. And further Ibso all last M wse
found handing them sround ts'the tnerabers
the bar. We are sorry to see tbsl geutleratn
ol his hiirh ability should become a colporvsui
ia support of the priesthood of. Molismnsed
We ebell new sit down and endeavor Ut reward
the anxious eolieitade of tbe gooiWmau, by
araful perusal of lbs doeameot . ; A. B.
" - .
The Glee of European journals, just sr.
rived hy the steamer "Adelaide" establishes
the feet that the Anatrinns' have actually
oroesed the Tioino, and Invaded Sardinia!
War, then, hss begun; where it will end,
cannot V told. It is probable that before
it will be ended, the principal powers of
Europe Vill be engaged in the innguinnry
strife. Tke destruction of human life will
be torrilia. Hy the next steamer we will
poes-ibly hear eome details of the bloody
work. In the mean time, we ehould be
prepared to maintain peace on tliis side of
the great waters.
BRnr.DK'TtoH or Tim I. O. S. or M. At a
celebration ef the Pone of Malta, at Syracuse
New YorS, re the members departed, the
following benediction of the Order was pro
nounce! by the (Irnnd Chanoelor:
May the fragrant dewa of llermon, such
as were distilled upon the saintly head of
Aaron, desnend in love upon the members
of this Order; may the beautiful rosoe of
Sharon blossom thick upon their paths ; may
they be filled With all good things ; may they
be sustained amid their labors and oomfnrt
ed amid their toils ; may angels watch their
sleep ; and may the love of country, which
of all love is the sublimest, and the grace of
charity, which of all graces is the best, be
inoreased and nourished within us all, until
every type of oppression shall vanish, every
traoe of suffering shall be removed, and the
whole family of man shall be untied in one
harmonious and pniversal brotherhood.
Tha brethren solemnly responded, "fo
mote It be."
The New CoUMiaMoNFR or Indian Af
fairs. -Judge Green wood, nf Arkansas, the
new Commissioner of Indian Affairs, is a
Georgian by birth, and ie olose" on half a
oentury as regards years. A lawyer by pro
fession, he, when a young man, emigrated to
Arkansas, and been successively a member
of the State Legislature, Attorney-General,
Circuit Judge, and, laetly, Representative in
Congress from 1853 to '53. His olninie to
the office to which he has jivjt been appoint
ed is thnt he served di'ting a portion of his
Congressional care Chairman of the
Committee en ltfuian Affairs.
Moiib Mormons for Mohxionoom. On
Wednesday lust, Rochester had a sigbt of
some one hundred and thirty foreign Mor
mons who were passing through there on
their way West to the city of the Saints.
This party was oomposed chiefly of fouales,
many of whom were young and tolerably
fair. They were from England and Wales,
and were attended by Elders, who took good
enre that none of the lambs strayed from
the flock. The party were not disposed to
hold conversation with the "Gentiles," nnd
had, doubtless, been advised to preserve the
silenoe they maintained. '
USX. Van R. Uilbcrt.'M. i., a fine looking
and rather distinguished man of Indepen
dence, Mo , wee arrested in St Louis, on
Tuesday last, on a charge 6T biguury. He
had been living fur eome time happily with
the seoond Mrs. Gilbort, nod was in St Lou
is arranging to establish a duily paper in
thatoity, when Mrs. Gilbett No. 1 came on
from New York, with her two children ruis
ed a "family row,'' and the Doctor was ar
rested in obedience to a telegrapic dispatoh,
He explains the matter by saying that the
newly arrived Mrs. Gilbert woe not exactly
Thk Italian Pkninsci.a. Italy is ubeut
as large in territory as three such States as
Ohio. It contains twenty-five millions of
people. The largest Italian Slate ie Naples.
It occupies more than one-third of the Peiv
insula, and contains ten millions of people
The Pope rules over about three millions nf
people. Tho State of Tuscany has about
two millions of people, and Parma and Mo-
dena one million of souls, Sardinia tins
population of about five millions, and
nearly the eixe of South Carolina. The
States of l.oinbardy and Venice belong to
Austria in sovereignty, and contain five mil
ions of people. I he governments of nil
these States are under Austrian infloenoo
UT Jesse Olmsted, eiht veers of sge, wss
run over end killed by the Usual tram, on
Thursdsy afternoon, at New Uaveu, Conn.
ITA British penaioner, named Joaeph Braim
lev. threw himself in front of a train at St.
Johns, on Friday, and was instantly killed.
T The Southern Bsplist Convention met st
Richmond, Vs., nn Fridsy, and the attendance
waa large, Dr, Richard Fuller, of Ilaltimore,
waa chosen President,
(7 There wss a " strike " smong the " Boil
s " at Ironton, last week, some folly in num
ber. Of course the wirks stopped, snd the men
found themselves out of employment.
UT Wot. H. Smith, confined in the Fremont
jail for horse stesling, tried le escape last Hon
dsy, but wss csught in the act of scaling the
wall. He haa not yet bad hia trial, utileae that
be considered one, and Indicative of hia guilt.
lT Ths fsrmere in Clsrk county report the
fruit crop ssfs. Tbe Ohio Press ssys, " the
whest never looked better. During the preaeut
week hundreds of seres of corn have been plant
.fA jury were recently serenaded at Bston
Rouge, Ls., fur scquitting a man charged with
urder. Thiy tbatiked tha aereusdera, and
ssid they hoped they should alwaya meiit "the
good will of their fellows."
IT Prof. Holmes, of Chsrleston, S 0., hss
lately taken from an sicavslion in thst vicinity
bones of ths mastodon, the horse and the deer
and fragments of Indian pottery going to in
dicate thst tbe red men and the mssUtdon and
deer were eotemporariea.
CT The New York Tribune gives prominence
tospoliticsl declsrstion which declares thst
the Opposition must nnlte upon a conservative
candidate for President iu 1 86U lis ssys J udg
McLean could have been sleeted ia letM, if he
had been nominated iustssd of Fremont.
IT" Gov. Stewart, of Missouri, anticipsles
trouble to Uu border citisens of that State from
marauding banda from Kansss, aud has issued
aa order to the Adjutant Oeneral to viail the
exposed evuntiee and orgsuise military coraps
niee for ths purpose of resisting the inroads
lawless bands, which hs Is Informed are orgsn
ising ia Kansas to invade portions of Missouri.
CT Tnsrs will be aa Odd Fellowe' Celebration
inOertueutoWBon thsspprosching dthof July,
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER,
TUESDAY EVENING, May 10, 1859.
Present Messrs. Boinberger, Wiggim , Boyl',
Decker,. hillipa.Kieraled, More, Gillilsud, Bills,
Thomas, and Luis.
Minutes of lite Isst meeting were resd snd
A petition saking Council to abate a nui
sance on lot No. 37c). Referred to the Trustors
of First Wsrd,
A petition nuking Council to hava the side
wslk on ths south side of Bridge st grsvelled.
Referred to Trustees of Second Wsrd,
To sbsto nulasnce in the alley between 3d
snd 4th, Msin snd Ludlow. Granted.
AakingOonncil to hsve lots Nos. 2919 snd
99 30 lo be filled up. Granted.
FromM.F, Kneuatler, saking the privilege
of occupying cerlsin spots of ground for lims
Asking Council to hsve lot No. S3 filled up
to abate s nuisance. Granted.
Mr. Kierated, from the committee on accounts,
reported in favor of allowing Row A Egry'a
bill for advertising. Received and approved.
A communication from the 0. H. A D., and
D. A W. R. R , proponing to improve the Ger
man town road, and to keep open a path fur
foot passengers over their tracks on Prsirie
street, and keep the aaid atreet clear of cata on
Sunday, Laid on the tsble.
Mr. Wiggim from the grade committee, re
ported in fsvorof extending the entrerlon
Wsrren street. Approved,
A communication from ths Street Commis
sioner lu regsrd tn burying deed snimslswas
Frank Bailers' proposition for burying deed
animals wss resd snd spproved.
The report of the committee in million lo
to the grade of Henry strest wss resd and e-
proved. . ' . -
The contract for grvfryiufamt grading Or
chsfd and Wayi" jtslrsels waa awarded to Fi
delis Shoii-4. "J
,W"' lata Oily Treasurer, preseat-
a flnsl report of his account with Ihecity,
which wss referred lo Ihe ordinance committee.
The ordinance making the city one road dis
trict, and making the Street Commissioner the
superintendent of all improvements snd rrpsiis
to rusds was rejee'ed.
By Mr. Thomas, That James McDaniel be
notified to fill up lot No. 1 l'.).'l, in fire days,
contractor to tske property for pay. Adopted.
By Mr. Thomas, That tha grade on Wayne
street sjulh nf Wyoming lie fited. Adopted.
By Mr. Thomas, That Ihe Msrahsl enforce
the ordinance in regard lo lighting certain
Railroad tracks. Adopted.
By Mr. llnyle, That the grade on Tenti
xtreetbe established. Adopted.
An ordinance to repeal sn ordinance regula
ling the lime of holding mstket wss read the
By Mr. Boyle, That tha City Solicitor prm
cred, according lo law, to npeu Long atreet
By Mr. Lu's, That the Trusteca of the Sixth
Wsrd hsve the gutter rained in front of lot No
1182, esi-t side of W.ay tie street.
By Mr. Luis, Thst the owners nf lots No.
1343, 1344, 1345, 1340, 1347, 1318, 1349, IUC
1-247, 124-i snd 1349, curb, gutter snd grade
lieir sub-walks in M days. Adopted.
Mr. Wiggim reported in favor of paving and
guttering in front of Mr, Nlppgen's lot, the con
tractor to take property for psy. Adoplrd.
By Mr. Thomss, Thst Ihe Trustees of the
Fifth Wsrd gutter io front of the Church lot
on Short St. Adopted.
The bond of D. T. Thorne, Treasurer of the
Pacific Fire Company waa read and approve!
The contract with the Deluge Fire Oompsny
wss read and approved.
'ihe bond of Martin Waltin, Treasurer of
Deluge Fire Company, waa read and approved.
The cost bill in the esse of the city vs. A
Zumbro, and Mary Shartle, vs. city of Dsyton,
referred to eommitloi on sccounts.
The sflldavit nf E. O'Brien in regsrd to grav
eling done mi Second street wss referred In the
Trustees of the Second Wsrd
The Trustees of the Second Ward were su
thorised lo rrps'r Ihe dsinsge duns to ths em
bsnkraent of I tier bridge on Bridge street, by
the lsat freahet.
State or Ohio vs. B. Ciisihtinc. Judge Hag
gott hesrd a motion for a new trial this morn
ing in this esse. The motion wss overruled,
snd ihe Defendsnt sentenced tn psy sfineof
$MI, and cost of pruaecution ; whereupon M. H,
Walker, Counsellor for Defendsnt, moved the
Court to suspend judgment; which motion wil
be argued this sflernoon.
CoiKiiK Hoiiacs in Cikcinu ati. Home months
since the Cincinnati F.oquirer published a reli
able statement thst there were lu that clly 1 ,6ob
coffue houses or drinking places, snd by csreful
ubservsliou ws learn thst the numlier hss since
coneMersbly increased, hsving now resetted
1,733. from three to eight persons ars em
ployed In vscb house, ws msy csll fire sn sve
rage, which would sbuw thst tj.titi.i sre engsgrd
in ths retsiliug of liquor, sud probably over
5,000 families supported by the traffic. The
stnount of money invested cannot be less thsn
2,(Hlll,O0tl, snd Ihe annusl expenditure for tip
We S'e inclined to believe thst ihe Knquirer's
estimate of the stnount of morey eipended for
liquor in Citiciunsti is rslhcr below the sctusl
sum. Hume of the results of this investment
sre discerusble in Ihe police reports of the city
pspers; but Ihe public never lesrn ths half of
ths miseries and heartrendinga brought about
by ths trafflo. We msy never learu the extent
in this life.
Masisa Fuss. The Cineinuali Press ssys
that a Gurman woman hanged heraelf to a bed
poat, in her bouse in that city, the other day
and being discovered soon after, by a policeman
snd two or three ueighbors, one uf tbe men pro
ceeded to cut the cord which wss studied to
her neck ; but the policemsu would not permit
it, snd declsred he would arrest any ouewho
did so. He then stsrted off for the coroner, snd
soon sfter hs left the room the men persisted in
euttlrg the cord, when her pulse wse yet beat
ing I Had ahs been cut down when first discov
ered, shs would have undoubtedly been ssvrd
but Ihe vigilsnt policeman would not hsve se
cured bis fee of (1, had he not mads the at trod
snce of the coroner uecrsssry I
JoK IlAKKia HsNTsNcgo This notorious
personage has ' just been aentenoed lo
ten months imprisonment for obsoenne and
violent haranguea delivered in the streets.
The judge said that as it waa liarker'a m
ond offense, and ho tried to sioite a clamor
againat the Court, be ehould visit a heavy
penalty upon him. This fanatical disturber
waa onoe eleoted Mayor of tha city of Pitta
The warlike news by the Niaiara, on Thurs
day, eeused tn advance of 85Wents per
barrel oa Fleer, ia tha Chicago market.
On the loth In.t., hy Rcr1, D, Winters, st Hie Far
mers and Mechsnlca1 Hntel, Mr. John Kercher to
atlas Lydla Jane Hamlil, both of Usrmaatowa.
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC,
1X7 ILL (II VK PROMPT ATTENTION
V V to all buitneee animated to Ills esre, in Mont
gomery ami Riljollillig countiea.
OKKICK, in the Nerond Story of th
Kmpire Iluilding, Third street, Dayton,
W. P. DEVOU & R0CKW00I),
IMPOr.TCKI, WIIOI.FSAI.B nr-H.Kl'S AND MAHtlTAI
Cloaks and Bonnets,
S3 8.1, PEARL ST., CINCINNATI, ().,
Offer to the Merchant! and M lllinera of this aection
a complete assortment of
CUraw and Bilk Bonnets,
Dress Tn viigs,
t ," v"orlee and .
, . White Goods,
',." Bonnet Ribbons and
Our extensive connection In the above rooils. en-
abl, a ua to aell a. low aa eau be olh-red Frtat or
weat, and we Invite the sttenttnn ol elate buyers.
I J-KepeolAl Inducement! to CASK UU Yblt.
Taxes ! Taxes ! Taxes !
To the Tax Payers of Montgomery Co
THK rpcpiptn for the tlnn- piivmpnt ol
tnxei, are now renily. Thetttrih of June li Hi
lutilny n 1 1 owed ty law, for tho imj in rut of thor
luxe Tilts Trfmiurer'H office will W fnt aiicd
from 7 till 1-2, A. M., nnd from 1 lu P. AI., until Ihe
tfOlh tiny of June, next.
An n)H.rtiiiilty It now offered to nil who tvlih to
pay be j ore the rtiali commenced.
JONATHAN K KNNKY,
mylO-tt Trennurer Montgomery county,
(Joitrnn! nnd Guzetto copy, dnliy, tt.)
OA HOXKH fine quality I'ulenno Orangea,
0J irurreaml iwtrt, at
llHANPKMltlltU & lO.'H,
No. lut, ad t.
A SMALL roll of money, wliirh tlio own
i. erunnliAve lv. caUIiiie At Hr. Stewart's lit n
store, and proving hit rltflit to the tame.
We hsve jutt received a large Invoice of
FKENCII tV LACE III A NTH-LAS,
FHENCTI LACK POINTS,
SILK DUST KUS,
In prices ranging from e.,oo to tM.ou st the CASH
JOHN, VAN' DOHEX A CO.
J. B. Raymond
a AS taken W. FA IK'S aid stand, on 2d
atreet, between Jetleraon and Sc. Clair, where
he ) prepared to do
BUILDING AND REPAIRING
To the in! Taction of all patronlilns; him. Alio
stair BUiiuira;. uive mm a eau. iu h-i uiti
City Property for Sale.
ADES1KK to vinit Kuropa, induou ma to
offer my nreaent Reeldence, loeated on the north
side of Third it feet. Itelow 1'errv. for lale. The lot
la 10 feet front and sou feet deep, north and eatt an
alley, on which are three .'welling Houaca.a ( on-
ervatory, Kiaoie. 04ki House, ana many other
1 he whole la handaometv arranved In ararden
wilh a a: rent many diitttrent ktiisja of choice Iruil
IteitrluK tret-a, nrripea enough to make wiiue; m$,run
variety nf hardy flowers and flowtrina ahnitlwrv
ornament the Krden, A (treat many dllterent kimta
or oreennouse cinnra, auch aa ttmnncs, Lemona,
Poinearauatea, Hoaea, Myrt.i a, oieandera.snd other
choice Plaints tn the Conservatory. Alao, a number
oi oeauinui aiuiieu uirua,AC.
The premise) combine all the convenience! ne
oeaaary for health and com lor t In the elty, aa well
aa a large garten.
Persona who wtah to purrliase a beautiful home.
are mvium io can mux view iie premiM
rrice reasonaoie, auu long paj menia,
myv-auiu r. n
roancR or -
Col u nib a Avenua and Water Street
W. T. WKST. 1 . .
A. K. WMT, I mjt-f
AT a meetiofr of tba Hoard of Director-of
the ltayton Library Association held on Prldar
even ins;, may via, m rwaaiuiitm was paaaea orovnni
the Llhrariiui to aive out no more booka from am
after MornUy, himy tth. The object la to call Id
lartre nuatiattr oi oooaa aVcsiiereu ,inrouKhout the
city, to re-arrant;e the Library, and maka a Afresh
start." All inemlteii of the Aaaociation are herrb)
ailthorixed to t tke possaaion of any booaflorne
rludical be loop;! na: to the Library, wherever they
mnv oe louuu. ana uenver inem io ine t.itiranan.
lieUmiuenta are hereby notitld that NO KIN
WILL KK ASsKSf'Kl) AG A 1 NaT THtiSK WHO HK
Tl'HN BUOK. TU THK LI11K AHV WITHIN TWO
WKKK. It la t jiied thai all inrraoua who hnve
the welfare of the Library at heart, will five heed
to in is nonce-.
m-it I. 11. KIKKSTKD, Sec'y
HTKSf AN MINERAL WATER, freh
-i from the aprloir, and now on dr a unlit at
Alao, Blue Uch Water. nnt-lw
BIMM & 33RO.
QAVK urat received One TViusand bush
alee POT ATI K-, K.r sale at the hiweet siarcet
price, at the lleiwl of the llaaln. aiys
HcfrlgrnttorKl Water Coolers 1
KEEP CCOL1 KEEP COMTOHTABLB!
WOl'LD you, during tha coming hot
month, have rasaai woatlnateadol ta i ntki1
Nit r butter instead of ki iuf N. ktt milk Instead
of eooat The aMiLKa of your wlte laatead of
mow at Then g at a aud lay youroaee tiefur
A. AV. RICE k CO.,
Hua'cu Building, Dayton,
and your wl.hes ssa be satlslled. They have
Irureraluia o. an aijwe ami aizea, all ailaalrahn
al.pUd to laapartto your eowfort, and vHei-ta vreal
aavlns of Ice over the old wsy of keeplus it.
They have alao Water l oolen aeu ice Cream
rreeaers, ana tee
Old Dominion CoiTce Pot!
Hy the uae of which all th aroiua of sour Coffee,
diirlns bollins, UaUad ol gome oa ta eiMir ail over
your houae, ta comtfMied and thrown hack Into
t-oneo. Utua liuurlns lu you a siore deUcloua article,
and erteoUH a aavliif to ths aaioual of l ullee iwl
119 k 121, MAIN STRKET.
KKCKIVKU II IH SI'KIMI '
AJ. etora of Mrv
I Of Mrv OoMev enmnrliilrtaTsai irv tliLntr nw
and eiawtnt In the? line.
Fancy and Blank
Hilk Itohfta. , ; .
lUaok A '
Intvarr Vftriirty of ttyle, hnm?M recently, And twll-
fnfc Ut LOW FKk KM.
alHl Ijkf MAtitllliU),
Par hmo I HOMleer, - , 4
KkliU and Trlmmlnrf, "
. . New Htyler., and rift
Kfcr.iM rn )'M-Kftt
OrKanrft ft V-incia rud, ,
Uerftffe, Anilnlt, Ya pnul,
aod TrHveHtif Drcti Good:-, m
aV'renoh and KnttUh,
.Vrcnte, l hrtrtiltra) M,
IrUh I. iiteni,
Ulejnthed Imd Brown
Nhev tinarii, Ac.
Ft?RNIttHINf. GlKlDs, initrea rir1e1t,and at irl
Ofi whlth cannot fall to deai.
- O j , . o-j
Klerant Kreneh Cloth. Dream and Krocv f-ontui tine
Kacioy Caialtnero BtiitnK CoatRf Kpt lupf h
tntn ami Overeoatu, th latent ntyles;
Kalii' nahle Hide Band Cn mi me re,
A Plain and I ncy CAMiinere
rnnta of all tleaorlptionMi
UllK, Ratln, Velvatt,
' ' Maraellle, nnd
In fact he ha now on hand a full and complete tock
of all the latest ft. lei of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN nnd BOTS,
FORSPKINO AND SlUIMKIt WKAH,
snd which he will aell at lower price. than almllar
gixMla can be purchased for at any oth t place fu the
Custom woik will be given particular attention.
The public will plense remember the plare Nos.
IIS and lit. Main atreet, opposite Phlillni House
.1(1 ftr TIT-v -
Star Show of the United States
Thin Oomnany U rlcti from th heat pi-rfitrmarai of
Rorope and Amerka.' Promlnfnt amonjt the IVatMrM
of this Magnlfloent KMtal4Uhment will bo found
THE ANTONIO BROTHERS I
Formerly of the HI A YOLO FAMILT.
OOlLf AMO ANTONfO, LORF.N7.0 ANTONIO,
AnOUSTUB ANTONIO, ALl'HONJ!0 ANTONIO,
WILLIAM AltMSTnONO, JAfXIB BIIOWI.ES,
JOHNMT rAVKNPOIlT. MART. HKNniK,
MRS. J.SH0WLIC8, M I.LE F.L1.ABKTH,
J, W. PAUL. KAVISE.
THK MIOASI PALt.FT THOUPK,
PF.RF0KMINO IIOKSF. AMEIUOAN KAQLE,
TIIICK IIDRSK NONPARIEL,
COMIO IXK1 TAVKFK.
ABoutiful Iqutstriai Puvomime Every Afternoon.
' A NW, BPMHDin AND TECBiriO ACT I
very Night, In which ths
Appeara on the Blank Rope, revnlvlna at s Terriful
eVead, anil completely enveloped In a
VOLCANO OF F1BC
Ferformea at S and 7 1-1 o'clock, P. M.
Will Exhibit at v
PA VTON, FHitav, a av 7th, TROY, Tnursilay,
MavWth.GKRMANTOW.N. MavJttth. Aitmlaaliui,
Box AO cents. Pit nsoenta. nia1-Sww-3U.
SM1TD Sl WESSON'S
TOM BALE AT
IANGDON'3 HARDWARE STORE,
NO. 78, MAIN STRKET.
THIS r.atnl irt the lightest one in tie
world that haa force. Wet lit oo'v Ten Ounces.
Ia loaded quicker than other Plstoia are capted.
la lure tire under all clrouruataocea. No Injury la
caused to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing it
to remain loatieu any iene;tii oi time, it la ao aim
pie In iU const ruciioa that It li not liable to et
out of order.
It lit prfeclljr Safe 10 Carry!
The cylinder holda aevea Mhota. Two more than
other am all piatul. my7
DESTRUCTION TO VERMIN.
l'n K Slmmkr Moon va Siiinikq
All In the purple k ,
Mf wile and 1, we toCNtnl about,
And could not cb.se an ej e.
I cur sid and awore.shesoiiJtred me
AUtbroua.li the weart uiy ht,
nut 'twas rnoufh to vex a saint,
The bed-bugs' aavifrehlte
9mn aa the morntnn broke, I rote
Krom out my aleeplesa led,
Aud.oh.aowretchrd did I feel,
I half wished 1 waa dead
You may lie eurv I certain went
That morn to Hot.e'a a tore,
And home in Jo lu I triumph I,
Th M'tjfnetlo Powd r liore,
Which quickly 'auRhtereil every bug,
aloatiuito, roach and tl),
Aud now throua;bout the ilTtlottg night
V aiecp, uot ope an e) e.
I The Cienulne I yone Magnette Powder and
Pills are aold at fcUier'a Mm a: Kture, where enn be
obtaintd at all iluies every artie eluthe lrug trade.
JOINTKU Flah Folea .,ftO to t.0. wm
llrasa BaUnce, Multiplying audaJSiia3
aVUId Hela, 76to4,oo eavn.
Baae Guide and Tips, -Or
a as, Mil and Liueu Lince,
Katra Liiueilcei Hooka and IummmIs.
THIS DAT AND BVENINO,
REFRBSIIM KNT SALOON ! ! ! !
For lea Cream, go to
ror tha Beat of Soda, go to
tiKO. OUM Kit's.
For all klnas of Cool Drluks, go to
UKO, OHM KU S.
For tha beat of Candle , go to
UKO. t 111 MG It'S.
Tor tha beat of Freeh Fiuit, go to
For tha 6net Clgaie, goto
-. tiKO.-OUM EHX
For tha beat TobacTv Juo
Post OHIos aulUine;, 1 hint street,
atays-dsw , HAVfON, o.
WW. WOLF, at tha request of many
. of his euatoaiers, propoeje to deliver breait
aaileskea te Ihuee who aia Ueeiee tt, at their real
deuce. Hia wasoa will be fwaily Sir service in the
eo-iree of the pnt-eut week, la Ihe saean time he
reuueale all ho dealer hla to deliver bread at their
res tdeuoes u lesve wtird at his 1 atery luo riton.-
He te now baAias a auerlor article ol v'auulv
Bread, which he feels souAden'Wlll be fciiuid u. K.
by all whs try It. i-U