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TO FILL AN
ENGAGEMENT IN N. Y.
THET RRSPKCTFUU.Y ANNOUNCE TO TH
l lltliensof thl. place that they will give their
Farevtetl Concert t
AT nUSTON HALL,
ON THTJESDAY EVE , MAY 18, 1859,
wnE A sew AND
aiyll Will be performed.
GRAND COM PLI M E N T ARY
WITH SMALL SWORD, BltOAD tiWORD,
BAYONET AND LANCE;
Coaeludliur with a Gran Military Attack, by some
WHh Braae Bind AocompaBlmcnt. A FULL BAND
wilt b in ettemlanoe, under the direction
of Pro,-. Peabsok.
Tobeglv.'ntoCAPT. TE HUH by hit ohoUn.on
MONDAY EVENING, JMAY 10, ,l5t!
For full particulars, see Programmee or theilar.
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS.
HaXKRYKD SEATS, ... "
Tickets oan he hud at K. A. A T.T. More's. Door
Open t If performance to commence, ax s u
For Cash Onlyj
No. 110, Main street.
N. W. WIL30N
A8 JUST KECEIVED THE HEST
and moat complete stock of
spiung & summer
Boots and Shoes
fCver brought to this etty, which were marmractiired
expressly to his order by JOHN H. iKTKKH,of ( in
clnnatl, acknowledged to I the beet Bout and Shoe
Manufacturer la the West.
Imuldlttonl HAVK Aud WILL KEEP ON HAND
a full and varied stoea of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for STYI.R andqUAMTVis UNSURPASS
Kl. lam confident 1 can get up
THE BEST KITTING IJOOTS Sc HIIOKS
In the elty, and I will guarantee aatlslactlon In all
N. W. WILSON,
IIS Main street, 1 doors south of the Market.
N. w. W. alto koeps a auperlor article oi FRENCH
ISrNo Eastern Work kept ot this estab
lishment aprj-da . .
THE CELEBRATED h
Z FIRMEST CH .
CONSTANTLY ON BAND,
AND FOR SALE BY
n. 116, Mnln street.
O ai,GIVEITATRIALlTe Q
Charles Aubert's Estate.
$4,000 Worth of Jewelry
91,000 worth of other Ferional Property
At Public Sale by
ADM'R. OF CHARLES A U BERT, DEO'D
fPHR personal property belonging to estate
I- ot Charles Aubert .deceased, confuting of a large
Dumber of gold and silver watches, clocks, jewelry
of every kind, one dark brown 2 year old oolt, one fine
rosewood six octave piano forte, household and
iiitoha-in furnitiir and other iiersonal nronertv. will
be sold at public vendue, at the late store room and
residence of the UeoeHed,ln Dayton, Ohio, on Tues
day, the 10th day or May, I860, commencing at 10
o'fllooa In the forenoon, and will continue from day
today thereafter till the property Is all sold.
Terms of Sale All sums under 3 to be cash) all
urns above and under M), to he three months credit;
all sums above 60 and under loo, to be six months
ere-Hi; and all sumr of I'm and over, fl months credit.
In all case oi credit, the purchuser to give his note
with approved personal security, for amount pur
ehased , lo bear interest from dsy of sale.
Said watches, clocks and Jewelry are all of the
bml duality, and were selected with gteat care by
Mr. Auberf during his lifetime, for the retail trade
la the city of )aytou and vicinity.
apnw-dtt S. UOLT1N, Administrator.
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
No. 81, Jefferson Street.
It Is now settled that the lastino health of awl
man, women aitu uhlWren, dvpenua ou the eondiuoa
oi tneir aoi.EM i '
OULD RESPECTFULLY SAY
the citizens of Davton and surrouiidine coun
try, that bis Spring; and Summer .tm;k is now com
plete, aoiutsttiiKor all kinds of Ladles', Misses'. and
Children's Boots, Shoes, Gutters, Ac. with heels or
wlthouti also a Wice assortment of Mens', Boys',
aad Youths' BooU, Gaiters, andOaford Ties.
Having purchased his stock right from the facto
ries Cor oash, enables him to sell as cheap, or cheap
er than any other house In this oity.
Ha alto has a large supply of Mens Patent Leath
er Hoot, Gaiter and oxlord Tie 'lops, which he will
nik. Ia order U ttt the loot.
Hp keeps oonsiar,tiveinpi)eu me mi woi-aiuo,,,
and la prepared to do all kiutla of custom Work on
All rips repaired free of charge.
He aaka a liberal share of puulio patronage, and
fsais oouttdent that hecan please ail whuordei work.
Heinember theold and favorite place, Bl,Jelteraun
street, below the market. aprso
Concentrated Essence of Jamaica Gin
FO R the Cure of Indigestion, Nervous
Headache. Flatulency, and for all troubles aris
ing from a had storanch. An exoelleut article for
weak persona. Prepaied and sold by
J. W. U1KI KU H, Druggist,
PHILlilH HUUSK, opposite Court House,
Third St., Dayton, 0
INDIA Rubber Diapering. For Children
and sick Beds. For sale by
J. W. DIETRICH,
' r'Hi'-urs Hoysg.
GENUINE Ixiw's Brawn Windsor Soap,
Honey, Almond, I'alnt, (il)cerlus, Mymph ami
, poiuiaa Saaia. t or sale by
i, W. DIETRICH, Druggist,
YI1U1IN Olive Oils, of a superior quality,
for table use tine, fresh and .weet. For sale
J. W, UlhlHlCH, Druggist,
TUBE Paints, Canvass, Brushes. A large
Assortment lor sale ly
A As, ortmsnt lor
1. W. DIETRICH, Druggist,
i n, urv
MR U V. n. CUOHBY respectfully i
aouaoea to those interested to the cultlval
Of Voeal Music, that he will oomutenue with
lameniary ciae si nis musio nan, i" rtiata
lover tha Music Htore) aa soon as a sunlcleut nuin
br of aamea oaa be obfalue4 to wake itaaoliiect
aim so to do.
Those wishing to Join the class, are requested
sail aad Wave their names, at their earliest couve
Ticket for 12 Lewaana, . S1.80.
TrTlckaSs for the course must be bteinea ob
kwluia touatsacUif the lessons. aiyi
' iff Ml 111.
UArroN omo, Thursday,
SZr - V V V
may 12, isao.
HIE DAILY EMPlliE
omom on fuuoTioNi
Imiirt lailtliig, Third it., Stitk tide bet, liii I Jtffnmi
T t M Ssi
Br Mall SA. 00 per jeaetn advance.
1(1 emit a pr wk, pablr to ittaotrtkr.
Single ooples, put up in wrappers, oente.
Th Cincinnati Type Foundry Company la
our duly authorised Agent to make contracts
and reeoipt for Advertisement subscriptions,
At., in that city.
To BusisissMkbt. The Empire Job Room
arein complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all description! in the beat style
of tbe art. Oall in and examine onr work and
learn our prices.
(IT To AnvaaTiSKsa. Advertissments or
Notices for the Empire must be handed into
the office by tea t' clock on the day they are de
sired to be puiilianea el later, ne cannot
agree to insert them after thalhour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who desire to have advertisements
inserted in the Weekly Empire should hand
them In by Saturday morning, at the latest
tOur advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important matter to them,
U"8ee 4th page for Telegraph R porta.
Tsr It! The Daily Empire, alocsl and gem
eral NEWS-paper, is publishod every after
noon. Price, 10 cents per week, payable to the
Carrier. Our citizens are solicited to fry it; if
it does rot give satisfaction, we will notinaist
on their continuing it.
ITT The Journal of thin morning ssys, "the
414 Campbells, of New Tork Oily, give their
farewell Concert at Huston Hall, this evening."
There is not quite that number in the Troupe,
but In point of excellence they fully equal 444
of any other Campbell Troupe extant. This
evening they present ns with a melange of
new songs, choruses, puns, witticisms, and ex
iras ; and Hernandea will aatoniah even those
who suppose they have seen the acme of his
abilities in the sgiie wsy. The whole troupe
are in condition to lay themselves out at full
length this evening. Go one and all ; go al
together. This will be the last opportunity ws
will have for oue year of seeing a genuine rep
reaen tation of negro eccentricity sod minstrel
sy, with Freuch scallops. Don't neglrct it.
HTWe learn that a little four-year-old accom
panicd bis father on a fishing excursion to the
river yesterday, and after their arrival he busied
himself for a long while in playing in the grav
el along the beach, and in finding odd looking
pebbles, sholls, Ac. Becoming tired of this, as
children will with one kind of pastime, he pros
pected about for something else upon which to
expend his time. Not fsr from the water waa a
ssnd bank which to him looked inviting ; and
having seen larger boys engaged in sliding down
just such places, it occurred to him that he
might do the same. So much for tbe "force of
example." Sealing himself at the tup of tbe
bank, by a little extra pushing with his hsnds
he succeeded in making tbe descent in a mam
ner highly satisfactory j and being delighted
with so "good a thing," he repeated the feat
until his pretty white pants were badly soiled
His father, who bad been too busily employed
in taking sun fish to give much attention to his
boy, discovering the peculiar sport in which he
was employed, called to him to desist Tbe
little fellow obeyed, and the gentleman proceed
ed with his angling. A short time afterwards
it occurred to the parent that he would see what
the boy was at ; and looking towards the sand
bank, he saw tha "lour-y ear-old" sitting down
on the sand snd pulling himself slowly op the
bank with his hands I
"What are you doing there, my boy?" the
father inquired, while he could not but smile at
the strange figure he cut and the amile soften
ed the reproof implied by tbe question-
" Why, pap, I in sliding up the bill i you
said I mustn't slide down, and I dt want to slide
some wsy I "
Something very like a chuckle went up near
the water's edge, snd little "four yeapold" bsd
the freedom of tbe sandbank during the bal
ance of their stay.
17 We hear it reported that night before last
a man and woman (or a man dressed in wo.
msn's clothes, as is supposed,; called at a house
in Brownstown, opposite the Railroad Bridge
across the Miami, and asked to slay over night.
They were refused, for good reasons, and di.
reeled to a hotel. After some angry talk
they went away ; and then sometime sfter,
a crowd of several men returned, and after
demanding admittance and being refused, st.
tempted to break into tha house. They did not
succeed, however, as ths place was too well de
fended. We oould not learn anything more
about the affair; and do not know whether the
purpose of the riotera was to rob the place, or
punish the inmates.
J.r Ths Jewelry Sale is continued this after
noon and evening at No. 306, Third at, and
will coptinua every day and evening until all
the articles sre sold. Thus far the pales bsve
given great satisfaction to all who have par
chased. A great many first class articles are
to be sold, and those who desire to purchase
Sue jewelry, Ac, at low prices should attend
IUWe notice in tbe Indianapolis Journal
that one Henry La Rue, (who hails from Day
ton, and who desires tuffmrt to address him
this city,) earnestly cautions the public against
"the mfsmous gsng of quscks or swindlers
who infest the country" with drugs, pretending
to cure "secret diseases," etc. Tha subscriber
desires the public to take him on trust, and ssys
be "is both able and willing to help" tha afflict
ed who will send him a postage stamp. Who
b is we don't fcasff, but judga from the bssi
ness in which be is engaged that he is a dealer
in postage stamps, aa ha is likely to have
quantity of them on band. A hundred
these are worth just $3, and he probably re
eeivea that number every week.
U" The Gymnasium is a pleasant place of re
sort Just now. In the first place, the weather
fine ; the the Oalistbsnic is not only aa agree
able, but a healthy exercise j and in this city
osw impetus bas given ths science a proper dl
reelion through Pro. Roemler, Thus young
gentlemen who complain of "not 'sv'ing well
and who are la the habit of "grunting," should
at one apply for admission to lb Gymnasium.
It will b a, "mov in the right diraetion," and
one which they will not regret.
UTA spring wagon broke down on Third
opposite Huston Hall, this morning, without
any apparent cause. Th owner aaid ht sup
posed " time was up" with the institution, and
i that " it let down with old age."
JXTbs U. 0. R. R. isdoingaamaahingbuBl.
nesa. its receipts are saia to on enornmu., nu
its dividends ws refer our resders to Canadian
Statistics for the liots. '
Tbe Detroit Advertiser, of Saturday, asys
that a few days since seventy fugitive alavea,
from the interior of Tennessee,' arrived in Can
ada iiv ona train and that another train with
twelve passengers had just arrived, and at
nearly the same um -one oi wt an" nuumu,
of five reached Canada, making ninety four in
all worth, at the present market price, at lesrt
The South demands the opening of the Blave
Trade for the purpose of indemnification I
Would it not be a better, and a shorter way to
obtain red reas by making a descent on Causds,
and taking their property wherever they can
find it I IIuw would that work, after England
becomes entangled in the etnento across the
the waters t Can our Southern friends wait,
and see I
Tux Wfathix. The weather is a prolific sub
jeet. Although it is never "news ' to tell our
acquaintances what kind of weather we have,
the usual response to a greeting is "well1
we've aire weather ;" or, "we've eery disagree
able weather." This information is just as
patent to the one to whom it is addressed ss it is
to the one imparting it ; yet it is given with as
much seriousoess as though the listener were
bereft of the five senses ' Tbe condition of
the weather, however, has its purpose; it aff . rds
subject mstter for those who hsve no theme
upon which to talk, even in ibe fleeting moment
when they simply pass sn aquaintance upon
the street, snd imagine that custom demands
from them something mora than a mere formal
nod of recognition. Having nothing to say,
they fall upon the weather ; and during the
summer months they so accustom themselvee
to ring the simple sentences "fine day,''
"splendid westher ;" "isn't it delightful ;'
"perfectly charming, isn't it?" that they
ridiculously run them into the rsiny fall sea
son ; and some people do not get out of the
habit during the whole yesr. We met a gentle
man on Monday lsst, while it was rsining ; we
were both without umbrellas, and we were
hastening to get under shelter. Hsring our
heads bowed to the storm, we came near collid
ing, when our friend suddenly elevating his
eyes, snd recognising na, gasped "Oh, sh
you, is it? ns day I Oh, ah ! pshaw I"
IIo stsmmerd out an ameu lment to his declare,
tion as to tbe weather ; but we lost it, in bur
haste to find a dry place. Poor fellow, he was
a victim to the weather t
te-The "Whisky Cases'' have been dir.
posed of for tho present. The payment of
the fines and oosta of prosecution are sus
pended, wa learn, "until after the writs of
error are determined by tho Court ot Com
mon Fleas. '' In tbe above cases the fines as
sessed by Judge Uaggott were the lowest
that oould be imposed under the Aot of May
1, 1854 from $50 to 100.
XT The Campbells, as is their oustom when
entering a city, marched from the Depot this
morning to "time and charming music" on their
way to the Phillips House. The Campbells
express themselves as being delighted to get
back here, and take one more look at our pretty
city, ere they leave it, perchance forever.
Tux Retuxneo AraiCAns. A letter from Mon
rovia says that tha Ecbo'a negroes have been
distributed along tbe coast by the Colonisation
Society, and placed under teachers for moral
and intellectual training. Tbe effects of their
close confinement at sea, and the salt provisions
which they were obliged to eat, the letter says,
have begun to tnanfest themselves in eurions
and offensive ulcers.
As-oiixt aks MonxaaBAxqum. Hon. Charles
Hale, Speaker of tbe Massachusetts Legisla
ture, in a speech at a dinner given by tbe
National Typographical Union, in Boston,
ssid : "Note the difference between ancient and
modern limes eighteen hundjed years ago
we have the authority of Scripture for the state
mentthere was a banquet, and one Zaccheua
oould not get in, we are particularly told, on
account s the prut! Now, here Is a banquet
of four or five hundred people, and there is not
a single one of the guests who has not got in
particularly and only on account of the press,
So the world moves."
ttTThe war news has already put up the pric.
of fljur. We hope that tha abundance of tb'.s
season will put it down, in spite of the foreign
demand. . . .
tT Look out, tbis afternoon I yon lovers of
good Bread for WooLr's Bread Wagon, with
the beat Bread, Rolls, Crackers and Rusks ever
made in this or any other city.
(IT Dickens ssys of a mother who died with
her babe on her bosom: ''Clasping that alight
apar witnin ner arma, she drilled out upon tbe
dark and unknown aea that rolls all around the
Dickens never said a prettier thing ; and af'
ter reading it wa oaa excuse him for a good
many bsd things he has said and done.
" Tna Lost Abts." The Hartford Press men
lions that, in tearing down the old Willys man
sion, on the Charter Oak place, in that oity, an
old manuscript recetpe book was found between
the partitions, where it bad fallen many years
ago. Some extrsots are given which are enu
meraled among "the lost arts;"
to kill meet for anything so aa to hare the
meet sweet let the new moon be five dsvs old.
lo cure you from stuttering take a piece of
lean wear it in toe oouer oi your neck,
to sksre Rsts away Kite a paper and command
the rata lo quit your bouse forthwith greaaa the
paper snd Isy it in the suller (hey will eat the
to cure corns on your toes fast out your corns
then lake a rat-akin bind it on your toes.
for deafuesa take a rine of pork aud put it in
your ears ana xepe it mere.
for witchcraft get sweet farm (fern snd lis i
about your neck and wear it a loug time.
for aeaiuess nud on old brown woodpecker
kill him and get his brans (brsius) and put it
in your ears aud war it in your ear.
for a wacke penis take a large frog and eutl
uim in two ana uioa mm on your aioimo spli
open ana so one alter another.
An Old Joke in a New Cloak.
" I cannot conceive," aaid a lady on day.
" Why my bair all at ouce should be gruwing
ao gray ;
Perhaps (aba eoulioued th chsng may be
To my daily coametio, the Essence of Rue."
" That may be," ssid a wag, " but I really pro
teat, Tb Eeaenc of Time (lAyav) will account for
n oi i ioe.N i-eat,
17 The following lines are by Mrs. Fanny
"Uetlar trust all and be deceived.
And weep that trust aud that deceiving.
Than doubt one heart, that if believed,
Had blest Due's life with true believing I
17 A poet who has earned considerable repu
" Why ail I eilsnt in thia lonely wood
To hear the raven's cry t "
W prenum that b bears tb ravea for k
a sag, and is silent that hs may hear.
A dispatch from Bnonville, Vo., on thsTth,
says the Hankers sod Saving Institutions of
St. Louis sre running on the Branch Banks.
They drew ojt of the Branch at Brunswick,
$20,000 the Branrh at Glasgow, t.'iO.OOO, and
the Bank at Lexington, $00,000.
In New York, on Saturday, sentence was
paaaed on six murderers. Only one, a China
man, called Quiuibo Appo, waa aentenced to
be hung on the 2d f July. The others were
punished by vsrinus trrma of imprisonment.
. The Superior Court of New York has deci
ded, contrary to previous notions on the subject
that contrscts falling due on Sunday need not
be paid till Mouday.
In the I'nitcd Statt-a Court at Savannah, the
men Selvis snd Mares, on triul for fitting out
ths bsrk Angelita for the slave trsde, were sc-
The body of Thomas Hnylsnd, a printer waa
found in the Mnnnngahela river at I'ittaburgh
on Sunday, also the body of John Feilton, a
lad who had been relating since April 21 at.
John McOran, at Louisville, ou Saturday last,
slipped and fell ss he wss jumping from a heav.
ily laden dray, which passed over and killed
Warden English, who some time since had a
difficulty with, and tilled Mr. Brown at Elixa
bethtowa, Ky., committed suicide atJrfferaon
ills, Ind., on Saturday.
In twenty years tha religious societies that
meet annually at New I ork hare collected
A ear laden with hemp was burnt on the
rankfortand Louisville Hailmsdon Saturday,
A little girl only i.ire years of age was aent
to tbe House of Refuge at New York on Satur
day for passing a $3 counterfeit bill.
Jotiah Triest, gun and locksmith at Cleve
land, baa been arrested for making and paaing
counterfeit coin. ,
Samuel Hatteraley, of Portsmouth, wss re
lieved st Cincinnati, yesterday, of $3.ri, while
he wss napping. ' .
Judge McLean is represented as too unwell
to attend court, but it is expected he will be
convalescent in a few days
Three mulatto female slaves were liberated at
Cincinnati, yesterday, by A. J. Morris, of South
Strawberries have made their appearance at
incinnati, but none but the "nuba" can buy
The Florences are playing at Wood's Thea
Indiana Crop Prospects. Good news
from the crops still reach ns in every form.
Wheat, under the lute excellent weather, has
advanced greatly, and, it would eecrn, has
now nothing to fear but from heavy June
rains and hot suns, which may "rust'' it.
Corn planting is still going on with extraor
inary rapidity. W doubt if there has ever
been a season in this State when so much
corn has been put lata die ground in the
same time as during tbe past week. Let
ters, papers and verbal reports all assure us
that every available acre will be planted,
and that the weather lnm been very favora
A Good Spucclatiok. Professor N. C.
Morse, of Louisville, recently took fifty acres
of land in West Tennessee on debt, at J40
per acre. On examination he found that it
oontained vast quantities of lead, the rocks
beneath the soil being lead ore. A thorough
test shows pure lead ore to the value of 80
per cent,, and associated with sulphate of
baryta, equally valuable as the lead ore.
Sinoe the discovery, Prof. M. has refused
$1000 per acre for the land, and lie has rais
ed $25,000 in Cinoinnati, where he former
ly resided, to build furnaoea and eonimenoe
mining operations immediately.
(xA.Williani Appleton, of Boston, has
made the munifioent donation of $5,000 to
the first Cnngregational cburch at North
Brookfleld, Mass., to establish a pastor's li
brary. North Brookfleld is the birth-place
of Mr. Appleton, and bis father, Kev. Jo
seph Appleton, was pastor of this church for
BushreUi Skntkdi kd. The Enquirer re
marks that a pretty stiff sentence ho been
imposed upon Bushncll, the Oberliu resouer
of tbe fugitive slave. He is to lay in jail six.
ty day and pay a One of six hundred dol
lars and ooata. We shall now see whether
the Supreme Court of the State will attempt
to take him from the custody of the United
States, upon a writ of habeas oorptts, during
the pendency of the sentence. Some of the
Republican journals have intimated as much
in noticing tbe late decision of the Court in
the rescue oases, Tbe Oberlinites are find
ing by dear experience that talking of re
aisting tb United States laws and rctively
resisting them, are very different affairs.
That community bas been taught a little
Fkbaks or tub Volcano. A ourious phe
nomena was observed during the recent vol.
oanio eruption of the Sandwich Islands. A
correspondent of a California paper aays :
Onoe, while standing on a rock with sev
eral otb.org, perbapa several hundred feet
Iroin the stream, a loud, ringing noise was
heard, as if the rock hud been atruok by an
immense slodgeihammer. We sturted, not
knowiog but l elo wa under and alter us,
but soon fonnd our alarm groundless
thought the nuisti was probably caused by
the liquid lava running under the ground
and suddenly filling up a cave beneath us.
A little alter a singular scene preaented it.
sou tne appearance oi a man sitting on
rock and riding along on the tip of the fiery
lava stream, 8o dsouptivo was this illusion
that several of th party, whan it was first
observed, looked around to see if one of their
number had not by accident got on the
stream. The life-like image moved slowly
along, till suddenly his head tumbled off.au
th whole image soon disappeared.
tjaaA gentleman having a bora that ran
away and broka hi wife' neck, waa told
a neighboring sqir that hs wished to pur-
otiose it for his wile to ride on. "ISo, aayi
the other, "I intend to marry again my'
A Bishop Struck with Ili moNkae. Th
Waterboro (8. C.) Sun, of th 27th ulUnys
"On Sunday lost th Kev. Mr. Bellinger
announced to bis congregation the melan
choly fact, that Kt Rev. ltiahop Davie,
tne Kiocea oi Boutn Caroline, baa almost
entirely lost bis sight. It is only hop is
an opemuoo mt cataract
Adulteration of Food—What we Eat.
The Inst number of tlis Knickerbocker
contains an Interesting article, showing that
what we est and what we drink, la adultera
ted, in this age of progress, to an extent most
startling. We quote several paragraphs :
In flour there is alum, bone-dust, powder
ed Hints and plaster nf Paris, lo bread, bei
aides all these ingredients, there is ohalk,
ptpe-olny, carbonate of amonia, sulphate oi
copper and sulphate of sine.
i,Sugar Wlient and potato flours, tapioca,
stnroh, water, lead, iron, sand, chalk, pipo.
clay, piaster of Paris.
Coffee (.'hickory, roasted wheat, rye and
potato flour, roasted beuns, mungelwurstel,
aoorns, burnt sugar.
Coooa and Choooiatc MiiranU, East In
dia and laliiti arrow root, Tuns, lea inois,
tho flour nf wheat, corn sago, potato and
tnpioco, sugar, obicory, ooooa, husks, Vens
riao rod, red ochre, lard, tallow, mutton su
nt Tea Exhausted ten-leaves, leaves of th
hnrsechestnut, sycamore, plum, beeoh, piano,
elm, poplar, willow, eto lie tea, xand.staroh,
black lead, gum, indigo, Prussian-blue, tur
morio, Chineseyellow, China clay, soapetone,
rose pink, Dutoh pink, olirome yellow, Ve
netian red, carbonate and arsenite of oop'
per, ohromate and bi-cliromuto of potash,
carbonates of lime and magnesia,
Ticklos Halt ofoopper.
Honey Potato flour, water, mutton-suet,
salt, carbonate of soda, caiutio lime, alum,
Vinegar Water, burnt sugar, sulphuric
Rules fok Travklebt. The followir
rules, all of which, we believe, b- -"' fM
on legal decisions, are of vaufhoient Impor
tance to travelers to be remembered :
It b,fi?'-1iee frequently decided that appli.
narirti earrf firfets on railroads can be ejeoted
from the cars if they do not offer the exact
amount of their fare. Conductors are not
bound to make change
All railroad tickets are good until used,
and conditions "good for Ibis day only," or
otherwise limiting the time of genuineness,
aro of no aooounr.
Passengers who lose their tickets osn Is
ejected from the onn unles tbey purohaae a
Passengers are bound to observe-decorum
in the oars, and are obliized to eomnlv with
all reasonable demands to show tickets
Standing upon the platform, or otherwise vi.
olnting a rule of the ootnpany, rendorsaperi
son liable to be put from the train.
ISO person lias any right to monopolise
more seats than he has paid for, and any ar.
tide left in tbe seat, while the owner is tem
porarily absent, entitles him to the place on
VSTlt is said the following prescription
is an infallible eure for the bite of a rattle
snake. It is worth investigating :
Four grains of iodate potash;
Two grains of oorrosivt. sublimate;
Five draobms of bromine;
Mix together and keen the mixture in a
glass-stoppered vial, well secured.
I en drops ot this mixture, diluted with a
table-spoonful of brandy, constitute a dose ;
the quantity to be repeatod if necessary ac
cording to tho exigency of the case.
IWA. uerohant in Winchester, Va., baa
taken in partnership his daughter, Miss
Virginia, and announoea that, hereafter, the
business will be conducted under the firm of
J. Wyson & Daughter.
tgl-We learn from a friend, just return
ed from above, on the Muskingum Hirer.
that tbe crops are promising a fuir or rather
heavy yield. The wheat prospects are most
promising never more so. The fruit save
tbe very early kinds, will be abundant, and
the larruers wear brighter oouutenanoes
than has been their wont for some time past
marietta i ewa.
Master Coinmlialoner'a Bal
Jackson A. Jordan,
ait a Inst
Henry RtrHthman, t. Al,
PURSUANT to an order of the Superior
Court of Montgomery County, made in the above
oaae, at its April term, A. D. lefS, and to nie direct
ed, 1 shall otter at pub lo auction at the door of the
Court House, In the city of Dayton, in the count
Wkdkksday, Junb 15, 1859,
between the hours ol one and four o'clocx P. M. of
said day, the following ilescrlhed property, to wit:
situate in Montgomery county, Uhlo, vu: tot
numbered twentv-olne (3S1 and thirtv taol as
designated on a plat of the sub-dlvlslon of part oi
aectiou miriy-iwo jxj auq panoi iraciionai section
thirty-three (3S) township two (9) range six () east.
Ac., made by Joseph Harnett, Nr., and others, aiui
reooniCHl in ,u rcvurua u, . iw.. ...
fcatd nrouertvto be sold on a iudgment in favor of
Jack sou a. Joruan against neury nirainmau.
Ihe above Draoertv la emiratseu al two hundred
and forty dollara, and eannot he sold for less than
one niinareu ana sixir.
'I erms of sale cash.
N. E, JORDAN,
Maat. Com. gup. Court M. Co , O.
Jobdan k Joanaa, Atl'ys. for Pl'oT.
SELF RAKING REAPER
AND MOWER 1
PRITZ & KUIINS,
N ADDITION TO TIIK MAKUKAC-
ture of our celebrated Grain Drills, we sre pre-
urd to lurnish Uie tar tne rs with Dorsey'sSell lvtk
fift Heaper and Mower. This Maoniue Is of llfhter
draught than any other tdaahiite kuowu,
ttaextreuio slu.itiio.tr ot ooAwtruwiioa urocludes
liif aiHiiijr ui ufarBUKYiueiit.
ii is eoittuao. ana u ura Die.
The driver site on the homo next the-rraUi side.
where he ein have full view of the oueration.
n an icdim who tne neei enureiy. lite Kevoivins:
Arms evervlutf a far better puntoee. lAtberiof the
grain feotly to the euttere without thai-iminoos
sHATrkHiNu, ana iMHiuiULf u Wain resuiuiijr o
Whoa suracient straw has boea cut to form
uroiver slsed sheaf, the Make, la an easy, araeefiii
UsADner, removes it from the platform, hy side de
livery, leaving the track perfectly clear, so that an
entire held way toe out, II desired, without bindini
l he straw it laid btbaioht and even at the but
No strAW will he found scattered betweea the
aheaveet therefore a horae-rako will be unneoe
The sheave are delivered with regularity. Their
ooxvipACi ana neai aiipearAooe cannot oe equaled by
any hand-Mae frou reaplug aiaahiae or eredle
The Rake ean bo adjusted to suit heavy or light
grain, forming large or tualt sheaves, aa deetred.
Ihe rake takes on", equally well, either taugieior
atmlgot grain, leaving the bute even and square.
The weight of the rake Is aoar the saiee aa that
oi a oraiuars reel, requiring ao saoio power
, the subetitutioa of tSo rake, the tabor, wage
and tyard of a iuaa are saved.
The machine ti perfectly balanced, leaving ao
ssoio weight on tlte horsos'aoeks thaa to aeeeeiarr
to keep the UMurue dow a.
The wowing erraogeueatofatratea U all klskdsof
oloveraud grata tit t se a-oet eatietaetory ataoaer,
aud Is adkanwitxlcvd to be tho aioel eoatplele tabor
Price tlo oue-haif dowa. ad tho aalvaeeta el
montii ur . on .delivery at our atop. Loeer
l-'of pawplsltte and eerttfteatee, addreea
taylO rM i lU'WM, Tto, O.
OTKAYRD, from ths undersigned, in
t? rhamhersL'trg, Montgomery eounfy, oa theSTd
day of April, ISO, a Small lied Muley Cow, with
some white sints, one of which Is In her fiM-e. Any
person giving me Information so that 1 may get ker
again, win ne iioerany rewaruen.
may l M ww i. st MCNriKR.
Nw Episcopal Church, to b looated
lu 3d or 3d Ward.
rpnF.HE will be a meeting held to organ-
A Ire aelect otnVers on Thursday. Mav i?1h. at
1H oVloca, In th basement "nf the Methodist
Church, 3d street
All are affectionately Invited to
JAKES K. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
NO NOTARY PUBLIC,
UriLI, (IIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
V v to all business entrusted to bis care, la Moat
gomery snd adjoiningeountlea.
OFFICE, in the Neonnd Story of the
Empire Building, Third street, Dayton,
W.P. DEV0U& R0CKW00D,
iMmaTr.si, wnoLrsAi.t bKAr.rns and mahup
mqll as, dusters
Cloaks and Bonnets,
S3 A 85, FEAItL ST., CINCINNATI, O.,
OSr to the Merchants and Milliners nf this section
a complete assortment or
Straw and Bilk Bonnet,
Wblt Q Code,
Bonnet Ribbon and
Our extensive eonneetlon In the above rnmla. en-
shl a us to sell as low aa ean be orfered Kaat or
Weet, and we invite the attention of close buyera.
ry-Kepecial Inducement; to CASH I1UVKR.S.
Taxes ! Taxes ! Taxes !
To the Tax Payr of Montgomery Co
TIIK receipt for the Jun payment ol
tttxes, are now ready. The'JUth of June Is the
Inst tUjf allow? by 1a w, for the pa) men t of those
tAxes- The Treasurer's office will lie kept often
from 7 till 13, A. W., and from 1 tod P. M., until the
tilth Any of June, next.
An opportunity Is now offered to all who wish to
pay (Wore the rush cummencps.
tnylO-tt Treasurer Montgomery county.
(Journal snd Gaze. to copy, dai;y, tt.)
OA BOXES fine quality Palermo Orangee,
0J largeand aweet, at
m y 1 0
No. sou, id ft.
MAY 9, 1859!!
We hsve just received a large Invoice of
FHENCII efc LACE MANTILLAS,
FUEXCn LACK POINTS,
la price ranging from i,oo to ftso.oo at the CASH
JOHN, VAN DOKEN & CO.
J. B. Raymond
HAS taken W. FAIR'S aid stand, on 2d
street, between Jefferson and It. Clair, where
ne is prspBrcu 10 uo
BUILDING AND REPAIRING
To the aatsfaetioa of all patronising him. Also
mair nuiiuing. yive nim a call. my-imu
City Property for Sale.
ADKSiUE to Yisit Europe, induoei me to
otter mv ureeent Hesidenoe. located on the north
side of Third street, below ferry, fur sale. The lot
is l0 feet fmnt and 3oo feet deen. north and east an
alley, on which are three Dwelling Houses, a Coo-
eervaiory, siame. wuoa nouse, sou many outer
The whole Is handsomely arranged In a garden,
with a areat many dirterent kinds of cboioe fruil
bearing trees, grates enough to make wine; a great
variety of hardy flowers and flowering shnihbery
or a anient the garden. A great many different It in. Is
oi ureen nouse name, sucn as uranaes. isemons.
Pomegranates, Hoses, Myrt s. Oleanders, and other
ennioe r iaois in tne onairvaury. Also, a auniuer
of beautiful tutted birds, ao.
The premise combine all the convenience ne
cessary for health and oomfort to th city, a well
as a inrf;e gnraru.
Persons who wish to purchase a beautiful hem,
are invuea w can anuview ine premijees.
rrice reasouaui. ana ions; payments.
myv-Snid F. H. I.ANCBTKnT.
Oolumbua Avenue) and Wiiei t?Uttt
Z k. wBt! Proprietor. tf
T a meetinir of tha Board of Diraotor
th Dayton Library Aaaoeiatloa held oa Friday
eveniug, May eta, a resotutioa was paaaed ordering
the Librarian to give out ao atore books from and
after Monday, JUay U. Th object is to call In a
lanr number of boo as erattered throurhout the
eitr, to re-arrange tu uorary, anu maac a "ireai.
starT." A ii memiafu oi in Aasoeiatioo ar nerein
authorised to take pueeeasiua of aay bovaa or pe-
nodivab- belonalug to th Library, where r thv
may ue auua, and deliver mem 10 in t,iDrariaa.
liellnuueate ar hereby notitlrd that NO KINUf
WILL UK AMtTWKUAUAINll'TKOSKWHO HK
TUKN BOOK TO THKLIBKAHY WITHIN TWO
WEEKS, it la honed that ail persons who aav
tbe welfare of th Library at heart, will giv heod
HI tilll UOUO
Biyt-it I. H. KIHRSTKD, ftec'y
AKTKSIAN MINERAL WATKR, fresh
a irum tne soring, ana now on araushi at ur.
Stewart's Drug Store.
Also, Blu Uva Water. w-iw
BIMM & BEO.
HAVK jurat reoeived On TioosbJ bash
alee HOT ATOBS, tor .ale at taw wt Barkel
price, al the Head of the Buala. . aay
Iteirlgtratorel Water Coolers!!
KEEP COOLI KBBP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD yoa, during th eominK hot
avintha. hava raaaH meat iDBtea of TalMVEUt
Nler butler inslea ef bamciuI S.rrr Bilk in.teBii
of boubI Tlx isius of your wile lailna of h.r
raowait The go A omaaad lay your eae before
A. W. RICE & CO..
Uni on Bailding. Dayton,
and your wishes can b satis Red. Tbey have Re
frtgeratws of all t lea aud siaea, ail adtairabiy
.Uitspd to lavart to your oomfort, ad street a great
saving of lee over the old way of keeping II.
They have also W ater Cooler aed it Cieam
Freeaera, and th
Old Dominion Coffee Pot!
By th Uae of which all th aroma of four Coffee,
durtua boiling, taot d oi going a la vapor all over
your aouse, u eociWussd and thrown back iato the
to He, thus lUMiriOaf to yon more delicious artMht,
1 at-avd atftaaaallna aV avst. tuav tl tKai svnwMtait at (JttAa. UavsiX
119 & 121, MAIN STRKET.
119. nCHlFER 119.
H A3 JUST KKCE1VKI) HI.S 81'KINf.
sloes of lry 0KMla,eomprl(tlngevpi thing new
and eiegant la th line.
Kanry and Itlack
In every variety of style, hotirM recently, and sell
ing at LOW I'RM Ka.
Mi and l.ae Mantillas,
Hklrtc and Trimmings, .
New Htylee, and at
Rrnvi rn Pair nut
Organdie Vnlsnela Robes,
t hAllies, foitlAiili
Br rage, AnglAle, Va enela, "
and TravelinK I trees U(Hfd-
French snd Kngllsh,
l.llien Klif rttnirs,
Uleat hrd Nntl rtto ii
rUHMRHINf) GOODS, In grent variety, and st pri
ce w h loh cannot lall to please,
121. -:- 121.
Elegant French Cloth, Dreas and Frocx Coalu; line
Fancr (Jasslmere lliialnesri Coats; Spring Ha
g I an s and Ovemoats, the lHter styles;
Fashl'-nable Side Band Cssslntere.
A Plain And Fancy Cass! mere
Pants of all descriptions!
SI In, Satin, Velvet,
In fact he (.as now on hand a Ail I and complete stock
of all thelatestat.lesor
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN and BOYS,
FORSI'RINO AND SUMMER WEAK,
and which he will sell at lower price, than similar
goods ean be purchased for at any otli r place hi I lie
Custom woilc will be given particular attention.
The public will please remember the place ,Noa.
II and til, Main street, opposite Phillips House
Star Show of the United States
This Company Is SMlectMt from the nest rwrformrr of
luropa and America. Promlnnt among tbe festnrM
of this Hagnincent Kftablishaeut will be found
THZ ANTONIO BROTHERS!
ronaeriy of the DIAVOLO FAMILY.
OUILIAMO ANTONIO, LORBNZO ANTONIO,
ADOD8TDS ANTONIO, AlPHONZO ANTONIO,
WILLIAM ABM8TRONO, JACOB 8U0WLK8,
JOHN NT DATKNPOBT, MAST. HKNRIK,
MBS. J. BBOWLES, M'LLB ELIZABETH,
J. W. PAUL, DAVI8E,
TBI MIQA8I BALLET TROUPE,
rXBTOBMINO UOKKB AMERICAN EAGLE,
TRICK HORSE NONPARIEL,
COM 10 DOO TANKER.
ABcutifal Atrial Fukmiioe Every LfttfWL
A KEW, SPLENDID AND TIUBTTXO ACT I
very Might, In which th
IT I IE? IB ZKHsTQ-l
Appears oa the Slack Bone, nvol.tng at a Tsrrlno
Bpesd, and oompUtetv .D.dop4 in a
VOLCANO OF VIBI.
Performs at I and 7 1-2 o'clock, P. K.
WUl Exhibit at
UAYTON, rridav, a.,y jrih, TROY, Thursday,
Slav 2th. GERVANTOWN, Mavlvth. Admission,
Boa secenta, Fit 30 cents. aia7-lww-id.
SMITH & WESSON'S
ron SALIC AT
LANGDON'S HARDWARE STORE.
NO. TO, MAIN STRKET.
THIS Piiitol ie the lightest one in ti e
world that has force. Weight only Ten Ounces.
Is loaded quicker than other Pistols are rapjted.
Is sure Are under all el roum stances. No injury is
OAused to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing It
to remain loaoeo any iengtn oi time, it is so tm
ple in It construction thst it is not liable to gut
out of order.
It Is Perfectly Safe to l urry
Th cylinder holds seven phots. Two more than
other smaU pistols. my?
DESTEUCTI0N TO VERMIN.
Tiik Sumwkr Moon waa Simniko
All In the purple ski ,
My wife and I, wetoss.dalout,
And oould not eltiee an eye.
I curatd and swore, sne scolded me
All through the wear, night,
But 'twaa enough to vex a saint,
The bed-bug eavage bile.
Soon as the morning broke, I rose
From out my sleepless bed,
And,oh,sowretchrd did Keel,
I half wished 1 was dead.
You may be sure I certain went
That morn to Rote's store,
And home in joyloltrtump i,
Th' Magnetic Powder bore.
Which quickly slaughtered every bug,
Mosquito, roach aud lly;
And now throug) out the livelong night
We sleep, nor op an eye.
UTt Genuine Lyons' Magnetic Powder and
Pills are sold at Koee'a lrug store, where can be
btaiutd at all time every art ice to the Drug trade. ;
Langdons Hardware Store '
J"l"TI"r-'- l'- f"'-1tT i -itlrit
Braaa Balaaee, Mulll.l) lug mnP!3i9
fUla Meela, 1loi,OK each.
Bbm Uuidee and Tlpa, i
Graaa, silk and Linen Lines, t
Batra Llsaeitck Hooka and Snoods.
ice c ii i ;
THIS DAT AND EVENING-,
ReSsUM ENT SALOONTf ! ,
For Ic Cram, to ts
EO. OU ME lift t
Tor tb Bat of Boda, go to
UKO. OUMKlt'H. !
For all kiada of Cool Drluk, go to '
UEO. OHMKK'ft '
For th bat of Candle, go to t
, lll.ll. OHMEK'ft i
For th bt of 1 1
'Za Ftuit, go to
Fog th fin at CI gate, goto
For tha baat Tobacco, go to
Pot OrHo Building, Third street,
saaye-dsw DAVTON, O.
WW. WOLK, at tha request of many
s of his eistomrs, proposes to deliver bread
and eakes to thoee who bm desire it, at their reai
dettces. His wagen will be reaaiy or service ia th
eo tree of the present week, lo th mean time he
requests all who sVssirebim to deliver bread at their
reaLsVncee to leave word at his I a tery iuU regun.
He i aow bsariskg a uierioff article ol Kawily
aread, which he me Is ooubdeu will b found u. K,
by sil who try it.