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KHHA FOWLER A WKLLH, OF
NK'V YORK, annottnrn a eonu nf t.rr-
Tl'HM OS FHHI NOLOfiV, to he riven bv Prof. L.
N. FOWI.KR, ( Ihelr establishment, al
KU3T0X HALL,
Dayton, comment-1 nt; nn FRIDAY KVKNINO, April
Int. !HM, lit Vj n'rioek, A ml cnntlntlti f Mommy,
Ttieetliv.Wi rtnt'.lj v,1 hun tiny And FrWUy rvenliiirs.
Aimittan( First lUrture, Free to the other
3fi i-cnU. Tickets for the Course, One Dollnr.
fSbiio PxaUilnnilmifi it t t)iw ohm of ea ih Irtnro.
Prn trie examinations dally
, in the I'Mlilpi House.
mh-B-riMwit
PAltTlCULAll NOTICE
' M. Oil ME It
Hi a nvovK rr v a munTU'ii i,,,0
A. i . . A""KDTW0Kt)MSlNoiierafor
to nn .tor.,
COHNEH OF MAIW AND 20 6T4.,
Whfrahp hu orilinnil, n.l will for the Ititurp rn.
4t .iilfiuritktf i.lliiiiitrii,Bjl ntU.t 1.. ..l.iltt.... l.l
itl former stdok!
lonrwood,Oiik k Walnut 1 uani
nopy l.rd.Htciidt,
it iliiili Head
lioflPWOod.Oak nnd tVnlnut
lliilinn I'olsteadii
IJospwooJ, O.ik an I Wuliit 'Low Ilcud
Station I'nlstpiids.
BuinntiH, F.Unda, Ao., to fill out Chnru
ker Kot, Fine Book Caa, and
Bttagtres, Fine Oak and
Walnut Bid
Board.
M I K 11 O R S !
Oval, very lurjjo, heavily carrcd A fine (lilt.
Arched, ' " " " "
Hqtinrc, of nil aixei nnJ kind', "
ALSO I ;ilio.ny find Wnlnnl Mirrors.
Parlor Seta.
FIX EST OF HOSE WOOD, ,t- WAL
NVT SOFAS, CllA IKS, TA ULES,.
Six Different Kind of Hat Rack.
AUklmlrf of rtiir.'nnti, TaMpn, riifllrs.etc.AlWftya
on Imml. All ol tlir iiluive chrniwr than ever, at
M. tillMKK'N,
iipr Corner MlnRnd2tlBtrrpti.
milliners & E'lcrchants
niwiRtKn ctioirp. NEW mt.n or
RIBBONS,
"1r k'"9
. , . rLOWBtlS,
Kmliroidi-rirK,
While 4ootl,
I'leweri,
SUA WLS, PAllASOhS,
MAKT1LLAS, LACE GOODS, Ac,
Will do avoII to examine our assort
ment before purchasing, onr stock
OOmnrisintf llio iMl'fjroKt and richest
1 o
assortment ever offered in the mar
ket, a largo portion of which is of
our own direct importation.
W. P, DEV0U& R0CKW00D,
Importpn and Wholfnnle Drulen In Silk Oooda,
And Manuf acturer-of MintlWn and straw Good.
83 and 85 Pearl-street,
CINCINNATI.
Carpets! Carpets!
We have now in slorti a sjilenilld stock of
Kich and New Design.
I(riiel.i, 3 riys,
'i'apestry, Ingrain,
Lowell tMipers,
t;iiperl!nea,
Half Collon,
llcuip and
Girthing
Carpeting,
Which we oftr very chesp for "CASH." AUo4-4,
7-4, Hml white and checked Straw Mattinx.
CHEAP CASH STOKE,
sprs JOHN, VAN DORIN and CO.
d. ssT'bTshull,
UWDSB, TKE PHILLIPS HOUSE,
HAVE NOW IN STOKE A LARGE
and deilriihleitock of Goods, to which they
invite attention of buyers.
muu
1). It F. B. 8HULL.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
75 000 ,MP0RTED ani1 Dome"tio ci
20 boxes nnd enddioa Tobacco,
10 grods Anderson's . Solace,
10 " llronson'e Fine Cutj
2 kegs Vine Cut, for detailing,
tuhao 1). and F. B. SHULL,
WINE9 AND LIQUORS.
If! HASKET.S Champagne,
AW 10 dos. Hruirkling Catawba,
10 ennes llormuda .lulip,
'2 caks I'ort Wine, '
1! " Hlierry do,
2 " Madeira do,
2 " Claret do,
ft do,n lllaukberry Brandy,
ft " 'liorry do,
ft " Lavender do,
s Ciogar do,
ft " Arouiatio Sohnnpps,
ft " tiinger Wine.
10 bbln. Old l.'ye & Bourbon Whisky.
S " Old llennejisey and Otard
llrandy.
The Hltove LUinors nio warrsnted Rood, or
sule, Kiimillt-N Hii'l Denlers sre reipieatpd lo
nnd exnmlni'lortlifiiiHclvei. For snle only by
fucknire, Cnllmi or Uollle.
niiuu D. and F. B. KHULL.
FRUITS, HUTS. C.
infl ll0XI':t Oranges,
XJU 50 boxes Lemons,
100 drums Figs,
'M boxes Layer liciiniun.
Cocoa NuIc, AluioiuU, Pocsits, l-'illrts. ao.,
great variety. U. a F. 11, KIM LL.
UllllU
Spring Opening
OK
Millinery Goods
HICHBONITETD.
N1SW STYLES.
On Saturday, April 2d.
We invite the eie tai atteiilioa of the Ladies
the Goimu ive ihMt otter for their luiiiecitga. .
IMt. I.iiHslt-r, K. A. Iniilel.
TI Main at., Hitllliu House. ST Main
ailna-lwd
' - '
FftOIPOttAtS
W . "IS!!"" UM"',I"'
li April 6th (or Kroiutiiw or jrituiitli Aid 1ml
Iiikm thciui, r.sjijlr.v U'ontfil
toiiKttrni uf yr m. 01 iK i)i0tul, ur toiH U.
AntjtJ
riM'Ui ami Ko4i lini win or ,tnmrii
isiuruiatioii cnu Us Imd toit.-hinit Uf , utter
mlr.-dir " I'lmtrmait oi ( u
(JiurtiKt and C.Axelt f 1m ot'ty )
NICKw Uahl
otS at 1 V i
MA
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VOU X.
DAVTON OHIO, AVEDNESDAY. APltll
fUE DAILY EMPIRE
OPIO Of fUUOTIONI
Is-pii SpiWixg. tdird it, 8tk iMc Vt, Mail t Jeffrnoi
T B HM!
Bv avails op-v -rin ad-aa.
Ideal. p-r W.o. parabl. lo the oarrta.
atnala oopiae. put up la wrappers, Sosnle.
Cincinnati Agency.
IIJ'To AnvrsrisK. Advertisement or
Ihe Kmpira moat ba handed Into
1 1( c ojficj t Un t,e,Kk m ih9 d(y lh,y lr,
I "'red to be puMUhcd nor aifr. Wa cannot
orcc to inurt thfm after that hour.
i
The Cincinnati Type Foundry Com pony ia
our duly authorised Agent to make contract
and receipt for Advertisement subscriptions,
Ac, la llt city.
To BusixxseMs. Th EmpirsJob Room
srein complete trim, and w arc now prepared
to do work of U description lath best style
of ih art. Call In and examine our work anil
Iparn our price.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Weekly Advertisements.
Those who dnsire to hare advertisement
Inserted in the Weekly Umpire hoold hand
them in by Haturday morning, at the latest-
iaOur adrertislng patrona will porcoir
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their adrertiiement will be alwaye new a
very important matter to them.
CTSee 4th p(r for Telegraph lUporia.
tnrSee Lawa of the
3d page.
United Stalea on the
Medical Society.
The next quarterly meeting of the llontgom
ery County Medical Bociety, will ba held at
the Phillips House on Thursday, April 7ih,
at 10 A M.
J. C. REEVE, Sec'y.
I
1
Acouirrro. Th Newcastle (Ind.) Court"
says that William R. Keam, a Methodist preach'
er from Boone County, and his yousg wife,
whom it is alleged he seduced snd afterward
married, were tried at Cenlerf ill last week for
mrj Bt tkIr Infant child on the ears
Home months ago, and war acquitted, no erl
dene being produced against I hem to. warrsct.
their conviction. "It la believed, however,"
says the Courier," by many persona acquainted
with the circumstance, that they ar guilty
Their conduct was such aa to excite the strong
est suspicions. It will be remembered thst the
infant was desd in a trunk at the hotel in Center.
ville, where the parents stopped off the cars
and where they were arrested."
As we had something to say about the matter
!' the time of the arrest, w publish Ih result.
tm. - t i. :i, e it..
charge, or he did not ' possess enough inlelli'
gence or decency to know how to deport hun
self under the circumstance of the death of th
child. The latter may probably be true, and
the jury gave him the "benefit oi the doubt."
Let'biin pass.
no
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the
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Misiovai Lsxns. Ws had a call thia morning
from our old friend 11 B. Wilson, Esq., of St
Louis, Ma, who is spending f few dsye in our
city. He is the owner of a large amount of
valuable laud in Missouri, which be proposes
to sell cheap, fur cash, or exchange for other
: property. Mr. W. ia a member of one of the
I most reliable real estate houses in the West.
All persous interested, or desiring to purchase
an interest in Missouri la: ', will do well to
call on him, at the Ileal E tale office of C, E.
Clarke, Kq., Clegg' Build, 3d St. where be
mav be found during his stay in the city. Wa
recommend our friends to Mr. Wilson.
A Oowaai.LT Assault. The Cincinnati En
quirer of yesterdsy, eay : A young rowdy
named William Given met en old man from
Dayton, named Levi U. Chase, in a rum bole
on Fifth street, near the Hamilton and ray ton
Depot, Saturday night, and gave him a terrible
beating. Officers Mitchell and Fraaeraoon af
! terward took the rounder into custody, and for
l this specimen of hi proficiency in the science
' of nstisna he was yesterday sentenced to ten
day imprisonment in lb cell of th Counly
Jail, to t fed on bread and water.
llutuwaf s. Two horses attached to a wag.
on in front of Kneialy A Mclntire, 3d it., thi
morning, broke loose, and ran out into Main at.
and down Main, clearing the atreet in their
conrse, and bringing up in front of a deter
mined mob near the Railroad, minus one wheel
and the arm of an axle. While this racket wis
going on down Main at,, a horse, with a spring
wagon coutainicg two boy, waa running away
up Main, and near by met the establishment
going down 1 Th bora and wagon were
bought up In front of Dry Goods Row, having
ustained no damage.
Foa Piki's Pxak. A company of asvso gen
tlemen, from Shelby County passed through
our city thia morning, en rout for Pike's Peak.
They had with them two ox teams, and outfit.
and a pair of cows. They intend taking
boat at Cincinnati for th upper Missouri, and
start for the Peak overland from Leavenworth,
Kansaa. They were in good apirita, and
seemed confident of "getting it" W wish
them better luck than we fear they will get,
Tnx Winia The widening of th gauge
of the I. O. R. h, is being rapidly pushed for
i ward, and it 1 estimated that it will be com.
1 plated to Indianapolis by th first of next week,
I The trains are bow running through from Xe
! nia to Richmond without ebang of ear. The
! new ears on th road aro truly elegaut J aud
"take the shiu off the old care hereabouts.
Act iuiM Th Oolunibue Staloaroaa of this
I morning, say! "Yesterdsy morning whil two
I children of Mr. Samuel Doyle were riding in
buggy the horse became frightened, aud ran
i away. One of th children leaned frosa th
J buggy and escaped uninjured ; but the ether,
; a little boy, waa thrown out by the buggy up
; setting, and had an arm put out of place, and
received aeverat severe bruises.
(-WTHiNO. The readers of th Empire
will not) tHt Mr. Joseph Lebeqabiirger
now engaged for himself in the Clothing Bu
siocsa, at the Culiiutaia Store, on 3d si, on
.w.. H.Jl ,,"..1 ll.nt '.k.M t,.
furnish th publio with the beet of every
thing in the Clothing line, lie will war
rant sat! ii fusion tt bi customer; and that
iifuuma, ut; Katio, ulhli iv vvcrj smuj, vajl
i inland see the pl'iie. ' '.
tTOuf neighbor sf tt Usstrtw yesterday
uotlejij: th couUnttielvrcerkib candidates
j...,ilri.l ..Th.,. k.i T.,r...
MmiwUd." Ingiving Ih votea thia
n w
juntuitia J"w juirm more
VV hup lli 9 was do, done
lot ih purAon of tnbUft&tiaii.iif jt report
. tTTfeort ii lull in pallet pitltfta., The
HutioD it tb.';otiii,iril now in rihfr
tiin.ition
Returns of the City and Township.
We gtre below aa neat lUe official tot it
we can procure ii TUo 6sre may not all
be correot, bn Uiey will be fonnd to be ry
ceatly o. We here been at paloe to eor
rot all the error we could eicertain. We
ere indebted to onr neighbor of the (larette
for faoilitie in getting it op
CITY OFFICERS.
I?
City Marthal.
Clark
01 63 93 276 235 184 012
102 175 133 413 44 30 T47
121 89 176 110 201183 W'6
64 42 38 93 06 67 400
125 88 70 172 189 101 745
24 7 iVt 73 74 f,3 263
118 91 145 79 192 179 W4
34 105 36 20 31 81 257
70 68 129 219 133 82 0'-'2
0 16 81 00 00 00
187 2S1 289 130 241 203 1287
78 65 59 198 247 8fi 723
08 76 83 226 126 1S9 768
109 156 234 148 249 230 n 26
1'104 38 41 37 63 44 353
01 70 44 67 89 31 322
115 104 119 310 272 163 1083
13 17 68 45 27 34 194
118 117 116 72 108 153 684
61 69 42 167 248 66 666
12 1 6 11 48 30 107
23 68 62 47 25 40 245
17 10 00 22 97 58 204
15 24 34 00 15 12 190
18 47 70 30 9 12 184
61 3 4 12 12 II 103
20 21 9 60 6 29 135
89 69 96 08 48 107 457
83 29 79 83 284 135 643
298 266 259 300 277 224 1743
64 130 1771100 95 75 641
292 ,217 1246467 ,t ,M0 ,1 982
Broadwell
annau
trhardH
Trta urtr.
La no
Brown
Kiefcr
Olwlne
Miller
Cltrk.
Hall
Hoticitor.
Hruen
KUiolt
Nolan
M. Master.
Kline
aylor
ukel
McCutcheon
fit. Commit.
Hosier
Trehein
McCain
Ambrose
Kline
Logan
Trainer
Uryden
Abbott
Madden
W. Measurer.
Hurley
Buvinger
Allen
Int. Director.
Molar
Marshall
T0WH8HI orricitaa.
Magiitratt.
207(251 269 214 279 33 1468
116 219 225 211 198 235 1203
134 74 112 180 228 84 813
206 130 169 348 380 272 1505
115 193 191 206 271 169 1145
93 82 102 100 170 77 624
178 146 219 318 264 203 1327
94 38 72 136 51 18 414
60 42 35 82 86 20 274
1 100 173 142 1071269 283 1074
loung
Buttcrfield
Clayton
Turner
Constable.
Sage
Smith
Kuntt
Robinson
Rons
Jeffreys
The )tea. received by Mr. mil, were
not counted in several of th wards..
The effioers elect, then, are as follows!
Cry Martfoil William Hannan.
JVaorurcr Charles 0. Kiefcr.
City Wtet'tor L. B. Brueo.
Market Master John Kline.
Street Commissioner William Trebeln
Wood Measurer 'RoXiwl Allen.
Infirmary Director Samuel Merslial.
COUNCILatKM.
First Ward Summons 130, Favorite 50,
Wimrin 192
Second Ward Sctiaencr u, Acney o,
Bimm 243, Bracelin 46.
Third Ward 1. 11. Kiersted TX, it. ucr
hurt 202.
Fourth Ward James Doyle SUB, 1'avld
Clark 255.
Fifth Ward L. BuU 286, James Ray
mond285. B.O. Barrows 44.
Sixth Ward Bomtjergor 240, Mctlure
A.
BOARD OF KDUCATION.
Second Ward Steele 224, Boyer 133.
Third Ward H. L, Brown 231, H. D.
Stout 147.
Konrth Ward Jonathan Kenney 404, W.
J?8-
filth war! ii. Elliott w. v. mat-
thews 126,
Sixth Ward Wm. M. I-ove 305, M. Bur
rows 123.
First Ward D. V. Atkins 320 no oppo-
sition.
Third Ward P. Leonard 185, Holllday
152.
Fourth Ward Stevens 213, Hatfield 44,
Wants 173, Steele 87.
Fifth Ward J. H. Sohnebley 354, Peter
Lehman 163.
Sixth Ward J. Gants 167. W. Silzel
109, T. Hellriggle 56. John Kelly 79.
b
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Gymnastic!!!
a
We are icquested to announo, that Prof,
Rotmler will meet all member of th Young
Men' Gymnaatie Association who desire to
join bis cltas, on Thursday evening, at t
o'clock, at the Gymnasium. All members of
th Associatio sr requested to be present.
The object of the meeting is th formation of
elssses with a view to phyalcal capacity end
th moat convenient time of day for exereinu.
Now i a good tim to join th Association.
Ticket of membership can be procured of L,
B. Ounckel, th President of th Association.
Let there be a full turnout of msoibers to mor
w evening, v.
W append a recommendation given bytb
Professors at Oxford, which show th high
estimation in which Prof. Boraiker is held by
Dr. Hsll and bis associates:
Wa th snderairned take ureal Dleaaura in
saying that Mr. F. H Kromler has been a Teach
er of Gvuiaatiee ia Miami Uaiveriilv for aearlv
two vesrs. which position be has filled to the
entire estlsfactioa both of the Faculty aad Htu,
Jen Is of luis institution, uuriog n.s stay
auraux us be baa proved himself to be not oulr
l . .,.!--, . ... I..., .. .1 . . -
a VUU KauMI uiiuiMn, hui a.vv lu. um v
aerstanus inorouguiy in insory oi uymossia;
and lb beat method of teaching thi art : a
an which he hae studied for lusny veers. As
for his character Mr. Runnier ia every way
wartny oi uie puuiic cuunu.uoc.
i. W. Uau. Prest.
0. If. Stoiua, I'm. Nat. 8cicur.
J. 0. OaaisriKs, M. D. Manager of Gymnasts,
D. Swiss, Prin., Prep. Dep.
It. H.HiMior
a W. McKasnso
1. T, Kiilvi, 1'rin, Dorsial School
April 1st, 1859.
for
It is probable that gymaaetire will receive
fresh impetus ; aad wcwill be pleased to Ware
that new interest i taken ia sa healthy and prop
er; exerelas by theyemag asea of our elty.
Gymnasium is a benefieisl lostitutioa under
sweet any kind of direction but wbea directed
by one every way tapabl of th ch arg ita val
u I greatly enhanced.
W learn thst th Oysanaaium, under th new
suspires, will be opeuad In a few day. Let
the Bsembersblp b lucrsaaed.
of
CTThia mofsing ws what may b deaomi
aated " stinger." let wea formed in nor gut'
ten so thick that lhboy Were enabled ta slid
upon it. It is feared by many that th fruit ba
aumirsd, but w ar Inclined to think that a it
baa bee so dry th bnds hit not serioaly nf
fered. Tko-y have not he) injured in (he city
ai( Kv..rf j by thus who cvhl to luaw
Pioneer Festival.
The rioneersofOhlo.and of the West will
have a Grand Festival at Pniith 4s Nixon's
Hall, in Cincinnati, nn to.morrow evening, II.
Will, doubtless be a very ayreeaHe aud inter
esting affair, and wilt be largely attended by
the "oldest inbsbitnnts" of (lie woit, and their
'Immediate descendants." We hope tlut Day
and vicinity will not 0'ily ba represented
the Festival, but thst r pioneers rill W.
come members of this glorious old band. Wu
give Ih Constitution la. day, believing It will
be Interesting to sll our rraders:
Constitution of the Cincinnati Pioneer
Association.
A t. 1, This Society "hall be known tie the
"Uiucinnsti Pioneer AasociHlioii of Hamilton
Uuuuty, rjlalu of Uliio."
Ast. V. M'Iih utiji ct of this Aasociation f-linll
be to gather together and prcscrvo reminiscen
ces, statistics, or oilier information counseled
with the aettlemeut and histoiy of our City,
Counly or Slate, previous to the year 1813.
Asr. 3. Anv Iwiaoti suae btrunie a Ineuibor
of this Association by paying iulo the Treasury
tnereol tue aum ol one dollar, sua signing the
Constitution Provided, that he or she lived in
the State of Ohio, on or before, the 4th day of
July, A. D. 1813
1 he Association may by a majority of the
members rresent, at snv regular meelinff, el-et
Corresponding members.
AST. e. 1 ne onicers of the Association shall
President, Vice President. Correspondine
Secretary, Recording Socri'tuiy, Assistant I'o
cording ScerHary, Treasurer, snd an Kieculive
1 . . J! 1 1 1 I , - .. L 1 I
wuiuiiiii-e oi avv, who aimti ueeieeim vj uai
lot, annually, and who shall perform the duties
usually assigned such olicera, sod shall con.
tiuue in office untill their ancceasora are chosen.
Ast. 5. 1 he Annual Mseliufa. at which the
election of officer shall take place, aball b
held on th Baturdav evening; aucceedinc De
cember twenty-fifth of each and every year.
ast. D. The stated Meetl es aball ne quar
terly yearly, en the st Saturday evenings of
March, J ju and tx .ieuber in Deceuiber the
annual meeting shall be the Stated Meeting
for that quarter. Other meetings may be called
intermediate by the President or Executive
Oommittse.
Ast. 7. All the rerrular meetinirs of ibis Asso
ciation shall le held in Ihe city of Cincinnati.
AST. 0. All moneys ot tins Association must
be paid to the Recording Secretary, who shall
keep a record of the eame, and dny the aamo to
tne Treasurer, tsking nis receipt inereior.
Ast. 9. No expenditure of monev ahall be
made nnleaa by the direct order of the Asaociay
linn un.M In uu.tnn
Ast. 10. The Association shall attend the
funeral if any deceased member within Ihe
bouuds of the city or vicinity.
Abt. II. No alteratiorvr amendment ahall
be made to thia Constitution except at an Annual
nesting, ana wun tne consent oi at least two
thirds of the members present
Provided, Thst any alteration or amendment
may be made to this Constitution at any other
time, by the uuaulmous sgreement of members
E resent, one month's previous notice thereof
sving been given.
Where, It is desirable (o bring together Ihe
few emigrant settlers yet among us of the
Miami Valley, within the boundary of Hamil
ton county and Slate of Ohio, and also those
born within that limit prior to July 4th, 1812,
and lo obtain from them such information tela
live to the early eettlement of Cincinnati and
Hamilton Counly a may be deemed interest
ing, and to meet at atated perluda, and in aociul
converse, renew the friendahip of the past, and
bring up recollections of persons nd scenes
long sines gone :
As the time haa whitened the hair of us all,
and but a brief period will elapse ere we sbsll
depart hence, it ia the intention tbat as we are
garnered by the Great Reaper, those au vising
shall iccumpauy, In an .. (asocial capacity, the
remains of the departed hVolher to his last rest
ing place in Ibe land he has loved.
NEWS ITEMS.
A queer story is circulating on the continent,
to the effect that the Holy See is now engsgod
In recruiting a body of 5,000 men in Ireland,
who are to be sent forthwith to Home, tofuim
His Holiness' bodyguard.
The yield of maple sugar in Uichigsn has
been so extraordinary thia season thst Isrmera
are aelling it for from aix to eight centa per
pound. More sugar bs been made In ihe
western counties of Pennsylvania this aeasou
than Cor many year past.
It is atated that on the arrival of the steam
ship Roanoke at Portamonth, Vs., tn euorm
oua rock fish waa found entangled in the wheel,
which required the exertions of threo men to
capture; after getting it on the deck of the ship
it waa measured, and exhibited a length of four
feci snd weighed fifty-four pounds.
A New Voik correspondent of the Savannah
Republican is Informed that "Mr. Sickles, im
mediately after hia liberation, will commence
an action for libel agaiutt the proprietors of
the fcvaniug Post, Ihey having, sine the bom-
iclde, kept up a bitter and unceasing series of
attacks upon bis privat character."
Colonel Hizsrd'a powder-house in the South
Meadow, at Hartford, used as his shipping de
pot, went down th strrsru during th 1st
lood, and lodged right aid up among the
tree oppoaita Wetnersheld Core. Fifty-rtbrec
kegs sod tbre barrel of powder have been
taken out of it, torn of it wet, and some neaily
dry.
Judge Bell haa introduced into the Pennsyl
vania Senate a bill proving for the State to
collect, Stat taxes, the amount of intereat
any municipality may owe on Its bouds, when
it neglects to impose the ueoessnry taxation to
pay it. This is th best' Vmedy against n pu
diation tbat can be devitcd.
A "dug out" canoe, with a freight of over
aix thousand pouuda, arrived at Charleston,
South Carolina, a few day ago. 1 waa fifty
six feet long, and wa made from the solid
trunk of a yellow poplar tree. Not aingle.
auui or iiDitericcuun eouiu ue uiicurerru auoui
. f I I .a I i
the craft V. .
Noticing the numerous bounuts at the milli
ner' opeuiug day in New Yolk, aud the per
pleaillva of Ihe ladies in making achoico, flying
from oae room to another like humming birds
in a flower-garden, th Journal f Commerce
thiuk man ahould Congratulate himself that
he is only called upon to pay for bonnets, not
to select them.
A bill ba just passed both branchca of the
Louisiana Legislature, which, among other
things, (ppolnt four commissioners, who are
to ascertaiu th most effectual snd safe method
ofcouducliug Ibe floods of the Mississippi
River to the Gulf of Mexico; their effects upon
land owned by Individuals, and their tapacily
for navigation.
A Goon Miiuoav. Horn to secure and rei
tain ic To-night Prof, Fowler will lecture
on Intellectual Culture and Keif Improve
ment and Memory. How to become good
Thinkers, Writer and Hpcnker th hse
of i'ueoe in Business, etc An hnparUot
Leoture to all, and eaiiecially to young men
and women. Hoar him. Public exainUiu
tious will ba wade at the cloeo of of the Lci
tur.
Hvaai Ur I Those wbe desire to enter th
new fencing elssses of Cspt,, De Reu should
pply at olio. 11 w ill only receive pnpila,
leara, this week. Doa'tdelay hirtftor.
ID' Read tne m w sdvevtisesn -nts, and rc-retd
all of them. Almost tvery thing to be bought
end sold will b presented ta the reader ia
eoluBB. ' ,
A Candidate for City Clerk.
A very absurd pretencV " "becna-t np by
the Dnylnn flseelte, llt Mr. Andrrw vtall,
anmnlims editor nf llt rnprr, ho within
some innnthajefl lids city and Binte for a new
homo elsewheip, fins been elected City Cletk.
Il seems, Mr, Hall about Ih eleventh hour
or ihe hour of eleven on the election day, pro
duced and irculaled I n handbill nunoiin.
einglh important intelligence lliHthe was
going lo rim for Cily Clerk, befuie the people.
From Iho best information we have been able
tn obtain he 'is' run, and got several votes
some forty, fifiy, or perhaps twice ihnt number.
He Issued his own proclamation to the people,
acquainting them of the passage of n law the
other day by the Legislature, ai d tclllngllicni
that Ihey should vule at the elect Ion for "City
Clerk;" he being the candidate to be Vuled for.
This might Well be regarded as a farce it er it
not, that there is nn clement in il, that people
don't generally lnujjh at much, called vulgarly
HndtrhindtJiteii. Il indicates a sort of "sharp
nets" that ia too small to be funny. Jl is per.
feclly apparent to every one, that ao fur as City
Clerk Is concerned, there was no elertiou held
for that officer. Hence Mr. Hall was not chosen
by the people. It Is to be hoped that a decent
regard for his own reputation, for we believe lie
haa hitherto borne a fair character, and ia gen-
erally much respected, will indicate to Mr.
1UU that Ihe least said about this matter will
be the soonest mended, and that lie had belter
poatpoue hia aaplratioua for Ihe City Clerkship
until next Spring Election.
"Spiting Vallandigham.
Wender what the poor old malignant dev.
il who got up the happy notion nf getting
out a certain candidate at the late oily eleci
tion to "spite Vtllandigliam," thinks now of
the result ? We hoar Mr. V. feds badlv
"spited."
Matt. Fuel's Mixstkki.s. We feel sure
that our readers will be pleased to learn that
Matt. Peel's Minstrels wilTEe here on Mon
day next, and give nn entertainment in litis
ton Hall. Most of our renders are familiar
with Mat;' peculiarities, and are posted on
his abilities. That they may form some es
timate of his troupe, we oopy a notice of
their performance in Cincinnati from the
Commercial :
- This excellent troupe, one of the very best
ever organ'ttttL, put forth their full strength
this evening, in a"pWp-A0e that bat never
bean bee ten by any similar company in thi
oily, it is full of good things, and if flier
is attraction in spicy variety, Smith Nix
on' Unit will to night experience a jam.
The indomitable leader of the troupe, Matt
Peel, ie in himself a hnat, and his name
alone is the sure precursor of a batoh of fun
and originality , but always upon the alert
lo be foremost in his line, he haa organized
a company oomposed of the very best burn
ed oork operatic talent that it is possible to
procure. Fun and music are the absorbing
elements of the power that may be said to
bo a perpetual mine; for he hus not an idee,
but i pregnant with ludiorious wit. The to
oul ability of the band is equal to that ol any
company traveling or stationary, while an
orchestral accompaniment of stringed aud
orass instrument impart a decidedly oper
atic character to the whole eutertaioment.
Music for Ibe million ia a great institution,
and when combined with lun far the multi
tude, it ha the happy tundoooy of sidingdi
gcition, and causing people to feel in good
rumor with themselves and the whole of
mauKinu. I erotm sap, those who would
realise those delightful senaatiuns.vieit Smith
Ar -Vixon's Hall this evening.
i
N
9wTlie Giuette says the case uf the four
persons irrcsted for placing obstructions on
the C. H. & 1). U. Jl. was examined before
the Mayor on yestordoy. The three Kaylors
father and two sons, were held to bail in the
sumof tl,000 eaoh which failing to give,
tbey were committed to jail The evidence
(ailed to convict Qrannis of positiv partici
pation in tho crime, but was strong enough
to warrant his re-arrest on a peace warrant
and he wa also oonimitted to jail.
CTThc Democrats of Jackson Township elec
ted the following excellent officers on Monday
last :
Trusleos John Apple, S. B. Trlssel, aud
unrixt. Ueeliant,
Clerk-A. T. Leslie.
Treasurer John I. Weaver.
Assessor John Bolder.
Constables John F. Gross and James C. To
bias.
ETTh Grocery and Prodiio Store of Mr.
Ayers, on Main, abov 3d, is Ih centre f trade.
W re not astonished at lbs propularitv of the
House when we notice that he has every thing
nice and fresh Ic the lias that can Do-tiblv b
desired.
irThose who have horaea an referred to the
card of Mr. N. Siffcrman. in auother column
He has therepulatioo of peiformiog just whst
be promises; and we commend him to the pub
lic "flalh" will not beoutdone in his line iu
lha West .
aWTAt the Miami Township election, on
Moudny, there were 700 vote polled. The
Democratic majority over th opposition wa
HO.
IT Th paper com to u every day with
ami nil ant tidings of theft, robbery, assaasina
tion, murder, etc. Whisky; underlies the whole
trouble. Whisky nothing but whisky.
City Council.
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER,
TUESDAY EVENING, April 5, 1859.
Prant Meaar. Ayree, Owen, (Jcblort,
Phillips, Trebein, Uillilund, Stephana,
MeC'lurel'lioiuae.Deoker, Moor and Lulx.
Minute of the Inst meeting were read snd
approved.
A poliUoii waa receive J f,uiu the Miami
Fire Co,, rvipjestiug lhat a new floor be laid iu
their house, snd lo procure two new sections
of rubber suction hose, a lb one they hsye
are about worn out. The petition ns laid
over till next meeting.
Also, a petition from Mr. Alex. Kims, to have
the grade of Clinton a id liarr streets establish
ed, which waa referred lo tb Oily Engineer.
A communication waa received from the Corn
uiitleeoa Auctioneering, submitting the report
of Christopher A llub.ir, which was received
aud approved. - , ''
Several account were received and allowed.
On loollou of Mr. VcClur "Ills (eaucif si
joitrnsi sUs ik ." - s"
we
For fine Pictures
4
00 to
eiESSEMAN'S. '
TilrUtft,iat 4Mt lUet of the Town Chnk,
j anil -4 in . .
. .Corned Eeef.
I i .IVr. sMIdf foe ai shun. c tru ? -t Fie-
f sen.loty, as-a t ii..i-h.
-"V '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JaLllN('H every tiny, nt the
polltsn," at 10 o'clfli-k, , 1
Metro-
Sl
I. N. WINTER,
llercfi an t Tai for,
NO. 11 a, MAIN BTIIEKT,
, Between 3d tit-A 4th iti., Daylon. O.,'
'PARKS tin 'Method of inr.irmirtft tho
A. c(tlrim of Daloii nd vicinity. Dint ht
now In Mi mpln, inon nrvw) fxerftfMit work men,
and tli il Iip M iir,Hrl to ntnkv tn tinlT, In h Ik-it
ntylf or tlir trrvlf . finil rrcirt1liiK to th tnnot f.ifMon
Klilo out. rntlmr.ri tJlotliin of nil iiln,;.
wki rmiti nil hit Hfitk to give pei fcrt ti.tiif'tHion,
nnd rttfctt'iily io licit n lUirrM i.rt of pni)l
I'lttriMinKft. ,H-ttmilftw '
a. w. iiKJi; &(:).,
IIuji'od Building, Dayton,
Nflil lit? I nil, II lAIKfl Alt.Ul tlltf'llt
Tin. JnpaiinfMl A I'ic nl U nrr,
Alio. A Irirife vnrlftv of tnukltii.. I'lirlnr. Ulnltiv
iifMim nnti w Piovt'g, iucii hi
Lockwood's EcoBoniy,
T It 1
KCONdMIST,
IT siU H
DIADKM,
IKWlS
A I It TK1IIT,
At, so
le Chests, aud Iceberg Befrlgeratorv.
Ot all ales, deserlitlous nnd prlees, 1'iieie are of
luvaiunnie imporlanoe, inirtk-u ar v when !.. im In
such ilemanu as at the present arson. To nalte s
small quaiiiity leu lo uua suiniitngi-, thesurewny
Is to jirocme an
ICEBERG UEFRIQEIlATOli ! !
Water Coolers, toe drain freezer, snrl llillilnr
Tuha, of sliahapes and sizes. Also a Kenrrnl as
ortineut of Kitchen, 1'anti), Laundry and Hairy
Utensils.
JONH OI.IMiKH, so lone and well-known lo the
citizens or II .) ton and vicinity a. a superior Tin
slid dheet Worker, ooiltinurs as Foreman of the
MnnurseturitiK Department, and we aie.irpsred lo
ilo all Kinds ol work In our llneuf trnde, Irom a Tin
mun.in ,i, utinrr iirrrcnina-, in me most n OI'K-
nisnllke nisuuer, and at short notlie.
We are jresred lo do
HOOFING & SPOUTING
For all sites and descriptions of hulldlnirs.
All orders thsnklull.v received and promptly nt-
tended to.
W. MICE and LO.
apr
IlMsolntloii Notice.
'lIIE partnership heretofore exist Lo-
tweeil the undcrsiiriid. la thi. ilar illR.i-n,l
br mutual eonsent. The hustnesaol thehim will lie
nettled by the senior nieroher, J. U'beuaherirer, to
wnum accounts may nepaiu. ami Who u 111 sel tie me
t. J. LKDKNSBKHUKH,
aprd A. I.KOUOLIi,
('lettr ita Track I
THF. undersigned will coal inue the Clothlns; iu.'r
ness In all its blanches, at thr old stand, on ad
street, one door eiist of ttie Centr.-il Hani;, lie re
turns his rhsnas lo all his patrons for ttiolr IHh-ihI
palronaue heretolore, and desires to Inlorm lliem,
aud scores of new ones thut he Is better tliau ever
prepared to acebinuiodate them and tlienreitpiilillc,
with n full stuck ol Heady Made Clothing, ol ever,
description, Gents' l iirulshiug t.ooda, etc.
Ly-He has high collars, to stand up, and straps to
keep down thohc who are Inclined to rise too high I
In a word, he ha. every thing in the Clothing
line, which the public mnrdeslre.
"Hear the track, it"bln
aplU-tf JOISHI'H LKUKNsBhIU.I-.R.
Mourning GooocU.
Muck Tamartine Cloth,
Ulack tirenadine llcrnge,
lllack fc'ilk tircnudiue,
Itlack Hyadero I!erni.'o,
itlack llurugo luibos,
lilack Trench Lawns,
lllock I 'rcoeh Organdies,
Hood stock Mournini: Prints
and (linglium, ut the '
CAbH STORE of
sprl JOHN, VAN DOHKN and CO.
TRAVELING DR1CSS GOODS.
Chsna Valencia,
Bilk Ravella Clolb,
Plccolomlnl Plaid,
And Cross Overs,
Mohair and da Balge.
A Urge
and desirahle stock at LOW
t ASH
PRICKS.
apr
JOHN, VAN 1IORF.S and Ci).
THE
One Horse shoeing shop.
ON THIRD STREET.
A few doors Knit of the Post Omen.
DAYTON, 0.
THK .ubacribcr is now tetter prepared
tin n ever to aocomniOiUtc bla old cuatouier.nHa
rne punuc, ia wie
IlortwOSlioeiuff BufcluetSp
lti lti VAJ-iousi brAnelies. PArticular ttiutifin
Will be stiven to til lama lute. ufli
Iltt honfi, and hnof-bound, and oormln their f?el,
will be cured tatifuotory to the owner of tuvh hot
et, and it not, nione will tie retuuatnl .
ALhO. Horn that luteriere will be ahod to pre
vent It, and warranted, or money IrffuudeU.
lie will pereonally euprriutend all work entriiktrj
in me oarr. i uanaiui lor pan lavon, ne reactlti,iy
aiki a continuance of the Datrooare of htaoid eui.
topiera, aod will be hupny to aoeouiinottate m many
n.IT UUBI IU iaujr UTUr IllfU Wllfl A Cflll.
aprv-uawiy aathan kikkerman.
(Journal snd Onxett coyy im.J
SMITH A WESTON'S xf ?
New Patent Revolver.
FOR SAIR AT
LANODOIfS' BARDWABB
BTORE.
TJllsS Pietol u the lightest ooe in the world
that has force. Welcbt ouLv Ten Oubci u
loaded quicker thaa other PietoU are ei'wvJ, ia
ureto tire under all eirouiuelaibcee. No I 'ry u
oaueedtothe Aim or AuuuiUou by aliowlnpt ii t
reiua,n loauea muj leoKin oi iitue. it n m Bittiitie
Lu ile eoiutructlou Umt it U uot li.ib'e to gut utif of
order. I ierieetl taie toonrry. Thecrtlml.?r liotda
even ihou two mure .Uau other eutail FiBtuir-.
pro ' - .
Fine Pocket and Table
ClTTLEHr. ..J
XiSODOHl1 BAXDWAEg STOKE. ' . '
Wostcnbolmrt'a Pocket UnUerv,""
.meric,,nWy
uprf
. Crlrain aja 4th 'ats .
IMain and Fashionalilef"
S-aCiah. t: Imira I'abl.'S. "
. W bat Skot, Iteidaiinnaa,
Ilai HH.ks.
.. itursuui, -.
AT' REASONABLE PRICtS !
T Uon.D SAY TO APT, 1NTEKTD.
1 that I have the hert aesuiiatent 4 fartor aud
it U4hiavity.and would invite you to
lor yours-he, eud ar icw reus as
call aiid
they e4i be oJtteintMi rit? Ji
mpoatmoh parlor suits,'
Oak, wajlwut, - .
t'rhoUterHl lu reps, with rich. Nedni'ttm Obtrte.
iu Ururiiatelt. and Hair ilotU. Aleo,
, i Chamber .bV', in Ii-tovoail,
OAKatvi WAlKL"r,s?otiiptet Attapo's What Not,
el ti iiuest 4iiiii-r
1 would in oo.iohi.ittn tbey re ftianulatt
tiirel by ye?i, and wuunl l pse.tatnl to bMt juu
Maie iw-l a-e i.ijf ii-k. o. m,tituie, wheiher )
hv oratv,
,. o. r, rovns,..
1
Fiirnifliiiir
-Also,
New, Xi.rrl, I'.leitnnt nnd tef tl. A lfv,,e
lot of llios lndiprnn1!e ariii'b s jut re
ceivei. The HOYS that misrliiern.iis. c!ess, alio
tp.ir their cloth'ns I linve no dunld will mil
ami see me, yearn of fjperirr.ee hns
t).,
'irtt 1 ennsuit their juveri'!
U't"- H. I it iir i- linv iaii'er (Sll1-!,.
Ihe for hoi mien, tr hsik r m-ii'. ' fV
JA!'(ir4 and IMS I --, I vi?!,! .U:S
and' thof. Mf liU "renn'mte -.t mnt',
pearanee, by dressing Itiru up in n su r. m
my well-lilting garments. Parents mc Te .
speelfully invited to xnm!iis t.'." .v-fdI
My illicit ol (ientlemd'e Wi Kr i r.ne nf
i( Ilia must twin pit tn nt I.MiiAiI In I tin
ln;trket. Cull diiil ex imiiio the Ijiilmt &ty?c
. . , W. 0 ilRri SE,
(H'- Nn. I, f;.in tif'() 1) lunrthto.
m,ftnfxvr?r;rTr,:
A. H. TtJOKBiR'S
O P K N I N G
SPUING & SUMMER
Millinery..
Thursday, April 7th, 1859.
sprJ.tt
E. a7'& T. M O R 33 ;
io i riii:rr,
STATIONERS, BINDERS.
aui:nt ok
Stnr Mills WHITING PAPBHS.
Wall Papers.
WK would invito the attention nf buvcrs
tu our SIH I Mi STOCK of
Paper Baaginga, Decoration, Ac,
Which Is now very complete. We d liver package-
without charge, in any pari nf Ihe el .
aprfr
WEW SEASON.
Fencing Academy,
CAPT. Pii UKV will commence) a new
season of his Fencing Academy at the Aimoir
of Ihe Mgi.t l.inod. during the coins- of Ihls neck,
ir asiiinnifnl nnuiLei-of pupil, sv ill nmae aiii.li.-n-tloil
w tthhl a lew i'ayi
U-'l hose who der.lre to acquire the ncrcsasry sc
conipllsltmeiit shoulil apply at once. His terms are
moderate.
l'l-ld f PW. in:sBi
For 6 ASH OHLl
io. I !(, Main slrcol.
N. W. WILSON
HAH JIVr Itfvt'KIVED rilK P.KST
and r.in.t complete ttcn-k ot
SPLING
Boots
& SUMMER
and Shoes
K er brought lo Uii rlty, w lilrh werrmiiniiff tn.cd
vireM to hie orilrr by JOHN H. 1U1TKHH.OI c in.
luitaii, noknouKN'm-.i to btMhc brut Jiool nnd Shoe
Alnuuiniitiiicr in the Wft.
In mldilum I HAVK end WILt Kf.'tl'O.N HAM)
n TiiU nnd varied touk ut
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for STVLR sndqi' AI.ITVIs l.'N.il'RFASK
s.ii. l tun cunllUent I cnu get up
the hest rn rixa i)T8 ashokh
In Ihe city, and I will guarantee sstislnctton In all
'See.. HesKmllull,
N W. WILEON,
IIS Main street, 9 doors south of the Maraet.
N. W. W. also keeps a suiierlor arllcleof FHKNril
BLACKING. ,
IsrNo F.sstern Work kept at this estah-.
lislimenL
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ifjricnlt ttral Tools.
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- Langdons' ' '
HAHinVAlilSTOlli: ! !
AMKS' Cast .Steel ppadee,
do do do fhorels.
Ct Slwl Ils,
Uarileu Tvsvt els,
l Ijskt-i. blrs-i A. IrAH., .
, .- . Iluy V ITIntiurtj I'orka
r ' j lls'rtoe Mieiiri.
l'ruiiiusf bhnrf
ci.l ill s.. t.. . .!... . I .1...I I. If
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I v-b a io-, .iMiurvas anu siruuo-iiueis
I'rl f
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LAS'iilKiXy
U AUD WAKE VHJttE.
PINK IVo'-'e-l
- ,.or: d.,., Mueklni
in C'jcch, Kiuo Puintod
.Jl
lulrrel l , VMreliridiiona, liu Mu; in,
llie', 1,, salvia, hzx U l,Ui.
., Ulue aix" . ., y
a.-i rua, U'lru Irish Co vi. nil -lse.
.eil
OUARDlAM'St 8 A US. i
ijimt Vu;vnu,(JuArUnoOn
i lot Lil In kLtt.tr,
UUm Pndml Court
loulsomery
ntx-tlutt
4 .. I a. .,titi.iu
Ui -..(! Wnid, ha t. Rini.-f,
lull II itkltd. '
' f V rilinilinkti Li an nrtler nf tliA aai,l I'enl
l bate Ctfsurt, wadeou the M'h tHjr of Ot-ier.
iU the atM CMUkte, and to mr ulreqtcd, i will aril n.t
thr door of the 4iuri House, in th v't'5' " i b-"i
at hublio Aiwtloa, o
Saturday, April' 'Mh, ls5)( ' "
betwrea the hour of lOoVtot'M A M. etui .) il.u )( -H.
M.el t4 ti t), the lulltiwiiig Vt'riii f-(rsi-r;
towit: eltuate la UoiittfoiuKf couitH' k ttj
1 rfilo, and m C I,' To it-1 ' i ), and bin. r. f4 m ll.e
f eouihHMwit quarier oi vtj ibtn-i..a t U) tow u
-"ip i " wHiuum-r
J ewn.a-re-t ol hiJ bn, thence iuniiH. n.m.'t ir o.
en4 fix i-ercOfS nnd niue-tentiis ol a tK-nlr. thenu
stt'iih 11s eaet ft aftl luuitrulhs is.(ii to ti
Stt'Hr, thtirv eHHilli '1t , lmi tte mid thi.---tentli
prtrhes to a Mitet theiie eouth Kfc W.lta
nnd iu tru-tonih parL-he to a sicmvi tbein aorth
j1. O V. tvivr aikd six tfuths pciv4.e to lite piaoe
ht-cinnlux. coataiuiiig Mrt-ctv and aia-Tftith.
ineaisuve nnruii inn xirtrsi eij injii?s i
rmntivd ud tviiT -I' v di'lij 11,1
1 b .iU
(lr Wttt V'U t wO-1illll!l Ol -1lsi ;'lrPeM
'Nt'luktU eaiv, Jx 1 11 huJ iu t.r r
Mo.Hi.ii ViHiANAN.
IsBO. U. huUKjAlt j.
U4 snle,
iUitlM'1.
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WANIIO.
Af;
tAltORlVM miitt wanteti.
uiiilie at Ui
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