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THE Campbells Are Coming, fj HAN I) COM 111 N AlT()NOKTA LKNT. Flileen Performers. IIUMTON II 4 IX, rOR TWO IflOBTB OWLT1 f'ommemotng OB MONDAY, APRIL 11TII, 1859 Original Campbell Minstrels, Aal BRASS BAKD, from 444, Bmnlwiir New Turk, will hv the hon or of appearing as stiovr.wlth New Songs, Chorus es, Operatic Hiirlesiincs, Dances, fce, I p-For particulars see Milt of dny. Ticket, BO cent.. Hoots oen at SJ o'clock) Per formance to eommenoe at 7 '.. aprl IIR f. A. JONF.S, Agent. MECKEL'S HALL!! LA ST TWO NIGHTS ! FRIDAY, AFRIL 1STB, Benefit of Mrs. O. Henri! Saturday, April ICth LAST NIGHT, BENEFIT OF FUNNY HENRI III LOTS OF FUN! April IIANNING-TON'S OUEAT D I 0 11 A M A or TDK (New Paintko in Eitropk,) Will be at HUSTON HALLnn Thitmp v, Friday Ami Naivbiav K kniwos, April 14th, I6h And 16th. Admluinn 2ft cent. Children IS cent. roiumeucei moving at b'4 o'clock, precleely. E. A. & T. MORE, sio :ji stiii:i;t, STATIONERS, BINDERS. AI1KNTH lit' Star Mills WHITING PAPERS. Wall Papers. WE would invito the attention of buyers to our SPRING STOCK of Papor Hanging, Dtcoratioui. die, Which li now very complete. Wn deliver pack a gen without charge, la any part ol the i-U.v. nprS A. W.1UCE &C() (Siuceiior to J. K. CroiH.) Huston Building, Dayton. K KKPS coiiMtuntly on llaml, at Whlsale anu Heia.., a targe aiBorTraeiu 01 Tin, Japiiiinrd A Fr"vsi Ware, Alio, A large variety of Cooking, Parlor, Dining Room And iiox tttovfi, such aa Locknood'H Economy. T Ml I IT .11 1 II 9 ECONOMIST, DIADEM, 1KWIN AM TIGHT ALSO Ice Cbaats, and Iceberg Bofrlgeratora. Of all l7ftldeifrlptloni And prlcea. Thei are of Invaluable Importance, particularly when Ice la lo auch demand aa at the preent auion. To make a email quantity tell to good mlvnntage, the sure way la to procure an ICEBERG REFRIGERATOR!! Water Coolera, Ice Cream Freemen and Bathing Tuba, of all ahata and sizea. Alao a general ua Korlment oi Kitchen, Pantry, Laundry aud Dairy Utensils. JOSH OLINf. KR, ao long and well-known to the oltlzena of Dayton And vlcluity a a miperlor Tiu and Sheet Worker, oontlnuea aa Foreman of the Manufacturing Department, and we are prepared to do all Klnda ol work in our line of trade, from a Tin WMitle to a Holler Drenching, In the moit work manlike manner, and at short notice. We are prepared to do ROOFING & SPOUTING For all ilzea nod deacrlptlona of bulldingi. AUonlera thankfully received and promptly at tended to. A. HICK and CO. apr Dissolution Notice ' PHE partnership heretofore existing be--L tween the undemigned. la thin daydiaiolved by mutual content. The Itiiilneaaof the linn will be Nettled hy the aenlor member, J. Lebemherger, to whom acuouuta may be paid, and who will lettle the dehti. J. LKBKN8UKHGKR, AH( A..I.K0I1OLD, Clear I lie Track I THK underalgned will continue the Clothing buil neu In all Ita hranchei, at the old etand, on Sd treet, one door eaut of the Central Bans. He re turn! hla thanNH to all hla patrona for their lllteral patronage hereto to re, and dealrea to inform them, andacoreiof new onea that he la better than ever pi-eparrd to accommodate them and the great public, with a full atock of Heady Made Clothing, of every description, Uente' Kurnfihlng (Voodi, etc. EJ-He hHB high oollara, to .taml up, and itrapa to kefpdown tho-e who are Inclined to rlie too high t In a word, he ha every thing In the Clothing line, which the public mavdealr. "Clear the track, Hnhhtt!" apr-tf JOHKPH I.KBFNHBKROKR. Fine Pocket and Table CUTLERY- LAWGDONS' HARDWARE BTORX. WoBtcnholam'g rocket Cutlery, American Table Cutlery, aprfl ? TRAVELING DRKSS GOODS. Chena Valencia, Btlk Ravalla Cloth, PlccolomlDt Plaid, And Cross Overs, Molialrsand do Balgea. A urge ud lallil itock at LOW CASH PHK KS. sprfi JOHN, VAN IIOKKN nd CO. GENTLEMEN'S .Furnishing Goods ! ! ! New, Novel, Elegant and Useful A large lot of thoao indiapeDaitble articles just re ceived. Tbe BOYS tkut mischievous class, who tear their clothes I have do doubt will call and see me, us years of experience has proved to them that I ciin suit their juvenile tastes; and if there is a boy ineide or outside the Corporation, who lias not worn my JACKETS and PANTS, I wish to see hiin, ...I t 1,1- i uu .uuruugiiij renovate nis external ap pearance, dj aressing linn up in a suit of my well-titting garments. Parents are re epeetfully invited to examine tbe goods. My stock of Gentlemen's Wear is one of of the most complete and beautiful in the market Call and examine tbe Lateat Stylt. W. 0. BREEHE, aprS- No. I, Main street Dayton, Ohio. Dwelling House to Rent. ON First street, west of Ludlow, lately oc cupied by Josliua Khbdee, containing 7 Boons, with aulil. anil large Lot. Imiulrc ol s. at. Sullivan, 41) l street, or at his olttoron Sil street, west ol the fhiohus House, ajtre-lui C0-PARTHBR8HIP WE have this day associated with us in biuluess li. W. Stewart, under ths style of Haas, MiUheli aud Stewart. HAAS and MITCHKI.L. April f, U&S. aprft-lw WANTED. ALA110RINO man wanted, on a farm. Imjulre at the Moutfouery House, Dajrtoa, O. thll-Vwdaw VOU X. DAYTON OHIO, TUESDAY. APRIL 12, 1850. v rir 4l NO. 71. ..To'.the Public. ON onr flrl Cfttnlnfftiei! vi hare rminm men'.ntinnf which we Hnit are iim-4 In nthM far. tleJn the fruit tree htiiln. y, p have, ty ftinl raf'.ij ami with much exertion. nenirM a rrnia Mm Mf our rniU 1 rea. AH HtaUrRxe. wm.niit the name ol "Jaroh Htkra ft Bon" upon them, with the rcrnmmeniUtlnrti nf Jnh. Ilalnoe, H. atomlsml, ami Herman, t haa. O. NwaS eixt Wm.J. MrKinney aflanhci, rr uiriona. We fnrwarw all pmrwm from b-ifag F'rmt Treea fromellera havli4 inrh flKtalofiifa, repreientina: the treea to he from onr mir-err, aa the nre infr,nK nf( on our reinitiation, and tiilnr our naii.e, at weil at other-, without our kimwlnlpre nr rnnaent. ftpr--ilar JACOB HiRKS anil SON, niK DAILY EMPIRE OFPIOK OF fUSLlOATION: lair IiiUitg, TbIH it, tnli tli W, Iiii t Jcfrwi By M.lltS.OOp. r. I" .o.. 10 e.t pr Wk. pT.bl to thaotH.p. aiBii. .opt... pui Im wwvm, ihih, Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Tf pa Fonndrr Oomntny la our duly antborlard Afnt to niaka eontracu and receipt lor AdreriiMmtnU gubacripuona, Ac, ia that city. To BaaixmaMix. The Empire Job Room are in compute trim, and we are bow prepared to do work of all descriptions in the beat style sfthe art. uaii id ana examine onr wore: ana learn our prices. ILT To AnTsaruxas. Adrertiaementa or Noticea for tbe Kmpire muat be handed into the office by lea t'cltek on the day they are de- aired to be puuuanea mi isrrr. n e cannot iijtte luiusort them after that hour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to have advertisements inserted in the Weekly Empire should hand them in by Saturday morning, at the latest IQuOur advertising patrons will perceive that, by oar arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always new a very important matter to them. CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports. j Tnx Oahbxllls. The people will go to hear P?l 's Campbell, despite the weather. Lrva1 evening a large audience was at Huston Hall to witneas the oponing entertainment, and we are sure every body was delighted. The frequent hearty applause of the people fully told that atory. And here we will speak of a "feature' of Teel's entertainments which is ia happy confront with too many "burnt cork" perfor maoce ; and it will be readily credited by those preaent last night. vry mmW of the Troupe exerts himself to the utmost to please the audience J there la oo lagging back; there is no gagging a promising star ; but from one end of the circle to tbe other, there seems lo be a determined effort to jmt forth all the ability, talent and cleverness possessed by the entire troupe. An audience can see this, and appreciate it. " To night the Campbell's give another of their really excellent performances, "rain or shine," with a material change of programme. Aside from the side splitting fun of the evening, which will put the audience iu good humor for a week, "The Irishman's 8hauty,"by Matt. Peel; "Mountain Kate" by and "The Cot where I was born," by Abeeeo, are of them selves richly worth the price of admission. Qo to night. D The Diorama of the Russian War will open at Huston Hall on Thursday evening. Newspaper critics, wherever it has been exhib ited, pronounce it one of the finest affairs ever seen. An excellent lecture will be given in explanation of every illustrated scene. "Tiara's Vr I" The time for opening the summer season of luxuries has arrived, and al though we have to day a "little spirt" of dis agreeable weather, Mr. Bucke, successor to MickObmer, at his old stand, corner of Main and Sd street, hss opened his elegant saloons for the season, snd will from this time forth be prepared to supply gentlemen and ladies with Ice Cream , Lemonade, Soda, etc., at the saloons, or will furnish what they may desire, on order. Call this afternoon and evening, and test the quality of his extra good things. tTDuu 't forget that thia ia Frank Welly's great Opening Day. Those who desire to feel aa though apring was really here, and have a remembrancer of the "good times long ago,' should eall in at his Saloon, Main street, east side just abovs 4th street, and try his delicious Ics Cream, Orange Ice, and an infinity of luxu ries, which can be had to day, and from this lime forth through the season. Won't x Expuxxd. The readers of the Empire are referred to the spring annouuee ment of Mr. B. F. Wait, Corner of 5th and Clay streets, Oregon. He hss just received as large and elesgant supply of seasonable goods aa can be found any where ;and he inaista that he can give a little better bargains than can be had ea this side of the canal, as his rents and other expenaes are not as heavy as they are here. That be has the goods we know, for we have seen them ; snd his sasortment Is as eaten siveas any body's, while tbe quslity is not surpassed in the city. It would be well for our lady frlenda to give hie store a trial, and test the matter of bargains. Mr. Wait and his gentlemanly assistants will take pleasure in showing their goods, and they feel confident oj pleasing the people. IT George Ohmer, who will not be outdone when good things are in question, commences his Ice Cream Season to day. George having had frequent ealla from hia numerous friends for ths luxuries of life, has determined to "force the season," if necessary; and from this day until the cold weather comes in the fall, he will have on hand the beet of Ice Cream, Lemonade, Sparkling Soda, and an infinity of good thing. Remember that he has a Saloon expresaly for the Ladies. Call and see him, one door eaat of the Post office. "OoxaxevAToaT Jonaaai,." This is the title of a paper just establiahed In Boston, which will be devoted to establishing a "Massachusetts Conservatory of Art, Science, and Hiatorieal Relicts." It w ill ne doubt be a highly interest' ing sheet to all Massachusetts people every where. Ths initial number ia msinly taken up with plans ful the great work sought to be ef fected, and the names of ths subscribers to the Conservatory. We will refer to the paper again on ita appearance, when we will be abb) to form a more satisfactory estimate of its abili ties from its general performance. Tux Gthxasivm mis Evsxiro. Ths Dayton Gymnasium offers a great attraction this sven ing in the exhibition by the German Turners, We learn that quite a number of ladies have expressed a desire to be present and witness the entertainment; and as the room ie small, the attendance will be limited, we lean:, to mem bers and accompanylug ladies. We regiet this, as the people, very generally, would be pleased to attend. Naaaow Ksoarx Hoaex as Cast Swift Awat. Yestecdsy evening while Mr. Sweet man was engaged with a horse sod cart in haul ine away scraps from the glue factory, near ths Levee, he drove into the river, which was then rising' rapidly, and the horse steppiog elf a bank into a deep place, the whole parly were in aa instant carried out into the deep water. Mr. S. with difficulty reached the shore, while the bone and cart were swept away. The horse and cart have not since beea beard from, and of course are lost. NoNnmt.--The Jonrnsl of this morning speaks of having received a communication from some mis "not much aecistomed to write for the "papers," in which the "Old Folks eonMrtiaers are renaured for "mocking their grandfathers and grandmothers." Wesnpposs that no one essetle of "writing for the pspers" would take so erroneous a view of the matter. Such persons are presumed to understand the difference between "mockery" and "imitation;" "ridicule" and "reverence." Persons capable of "writing for the papers" do not charge great artistes with msking a burlesque of tbechsr acters which they successfully represent upon the stage ; nor do they infer because a man de claims ths language of an ancient orator that hs meditates sn insult to his memory. They seem to have conceived the notion that "repre resentatioo" of costume, character or times, does not necessarily imply mockery of those desired to be represented, or slur tbe times in which they livod. In these "notions" those who "write for the pspers" are supported by the dictionaries of srery printed language; and we hereby recommend the study of onr Ameri can Standard, In this regard, to those who have conceived strsngs notions sbont the pro prlety of ths "Old Folks' Concert." Ws have received three articles on the subject, which we had not intended referring to; but having allu ded to the subject, we have only to say we aope, upon the "sober, second thought," the writers will see that their objections are not well taken, not being supported by definition, or the bearing of those engaged in the con certa to which they took hasty snd foolish ex captions. Bomxthino Nicx ox Whkxls. We noticed at tbe Carriage Manufactory of our old friend Warren Phillips, the other day, a new styls of "Bqnare Wagon," which had been gotten up by Warren expressly for Mr, Dsrst, who is aaei. in sucn matters. The workmanship on the vehicle is complete, and the finish is moat ex quisite. For the purposes of pleasure and use, this wsgon certainly excelled any thing of the kind we ever looked at. We call attentiou to this "establishment" for the purpose of having gentlemen examine it ; we know they will be delighted with it, and if they purpose getting a vehicle, they will surely get one like it the most complete, in all the elements of a "wsKon" oi any we ever saw After taking a " long lingering look " at Darst's attractive turnout, we made a note of the other fine work iu Phillip 'a Manufactory ; and we will say, right in this connection, that nicer, more attractive styles, and better work are not to be found here or elsewhere. When we say this we mean it : and we bare a rinht to say It for ws are pasted. And in conclusion ws desire to say a Word or two to those who contemplate getting a turnout which, while it ahsllbevery nice, shell at the same time be very good: Phillips is sn old and complete workman ; he will employ none but masters of the business to work for him ; he will have nothing but ths very best of sessoned timber ; his trimmings are chosen for their elegance and' durability; and when tbe work leaves the finishing touches of Mr. Gsrrety, one of the most superior coach aud carriage painters in the world, the establishment will be fit for a prince. And all this can be done for a price which will astonish old fogies, and wake them np lo a desire to purchase something really re spectable to ride about in. Call iu at Phillips' snd examine bis exquisite work. Tna Amibioan AoaiouLTuaiar Thia stand ard Agricultural Journal is published both in English and German, by Orange Judd. New York, once a month , at the exceeding low price of $1 per year ; clubs of ten, for 80 cents each 1 When we aay "stsndard," ws mean that it is tbe model agricultural journal of the world. snd is tbe standard in all matters relating to agricultural economy, Iu excellence ia attest ed by tens of thousands, and its cheapness cer tainly places it within the reach of every farmer, horticulturiat, florist, tt id mn Mm, in the entire Union, every one of whom should have It. We particularly commend it to our farmer readers ; and we hope they will at once send for it, if they have not already procured it. the April number alone ia worth a dollar. Moax than tux Bill Oallio F a A oentle- man who had been in the habit of "getting tight," but who recently solemnly declared that he "would never drink again," went into a store dowo town the other evening, when one of his friends expressed surprise thst he should bars so soon forfeited his word and honor. Tbe fallen man protested that he was not tight; that he had merely been taking "number six '' or some stuff recommended by a phyelcisn; snd that there might have been alcohol in it, but not enough, certainly to Intoxicate him, for he did not feel it I It was Intimated that hs could not "walk a crack" the usual test in such eases; when he proposed, for the sake of con vincing the party of hia perfect soberness, to do so. Bracing himself against ths counter, he started for a given poiut, but before hs reach. ed ihe place, he had "meandered" across about a doxen cracks. He bed more than filled the bill; and the company let him up I Pubknolout or Cumin We learn that two boya, one rich and the other poor, recently exchanged clothing, and called upon a phren ologist, who wss unacquainted with them, to have their heads examined. The poor boy, who was wall dressed, was given sn excellent chart, while the rich boy who was rigged up In tatters, was put down as "very ordiusry head below the average." The poor boy having the ragged boy's purse, paid for t oth examinations, and they withdrew. The asms day so the story goes, ths boy of wealth exchanged his rags for a auparb auit, and again applied to ths Phrenologist to have his bead examined. The result was astonishing, for ha "was giv en an excellent head I" The chart in the handa of the younater safely, be produced the one received in the morning, which was a con tradiction to the one just received I This must have been '"phreoology of clothes." Tux Miami "o a biuh." Yeste day and laat night the Miami Rivet rose rapidly, snd this morning the water was running over the road thia side of ths New Bridge, and was "leaking" over the pike between the Levee and the Third Street Bridge. There has been a vast deal of rain north, and the prospect fur mors is good. Ths river is now about as high aa it baa beea this spring, and if ths rains continue tbe waters will seriously interfere with the spriog work along the Miami Valley, tT Mr. and Mra. Henri, aud Mr. Fred. Wil( liams, are ia Piqua, where they will give two o their delightful mesleisl and dramatic enter tainments ibis week. They return here on Fri day, when Mrs. C. Henri. Ihe charming singer and accomplished actress will lake a Benefit on that evening ; and on Saturday eveniug, will be Ihe Benefit of "Funny Henri." They will have a rich programme ea those eveaiog, Dkak. The teUgrsph Informs us that Ihe noted ladiaa Chief , Billy Bowlegs, is dead- NEWS ITEMS. Madsme De Williorst's "sweet little fool" is an ottjretof extravsgnnt eulopy among opera goers. A glimpse of it Inspires sensation. Vnrious practical Horticiiltn relists staled in the meeting of the Hamilton Co. Horticultural Society on Satn-day, llmlfiuit Is yrt safe, and that crops will be ahnndant II frosts hereafter do not blast them. Sixty prisoners are confined in the Hamilton county Jail, of whom eijht are lunatics, and nineteen are women. An Indian has been discovered in California five feet high and weighing only aixteen pounds, being a mere skeleton, but in good health and lively. This is supposed to be the veritable "Lo, the poor Indian." The editor of the Greenville Democrat, who hss just returned from a visit through several of Ihe countiee of Upper Last Tennessee, Bays that the wheat crop ia looking quite promising Newspaper accounts from oilier sections bring the ssine welcome Intelligence. Three children have recenily been poisoned In Georgia by eating the flowers cf the yellow jHsssinine. The Maysville Eagle, of Monday, soya that the fruit in that neighborhood yot remains un injured, uotwithatanding the temtieratiira of the atmosphere has been below Ihe free-sing point two or three nights Ihe past wetk. Ths indications are certainly very flattering for a large crop of every kind of fn it, and unless some very cold weather seta in at an early day, thia part of the country will have its full share. Mr. H. declared thitl his wife had five fulls "Thatshe was beaniiful, dutiful, youthful, plentiful, and an an..,., I." But bis wife pleas antly rejoined, that alio had but one fool her husband. A rash young man has threatened lo apply the Maine liquor law to his swoethi-nrt she intoxicates him so. It is said that seventy-fire divorce cases are pending before ihe Supreme Court in I'rovi. donee. Those whose matches are uot made iu Heaven, trust iu Providence to break them. Tbe oyster business has suffurnd terribly in franco. Out of 33 oyster banks on the coast of Rnchelle, 18 have been ruined, anil tbe rest much injured by an invasion or muscles. And it is very much so with all the banks along tbe Atlantic and the Mediterranean coasts. Miss Harriet Martineau is the English cor respondent of the Anti-Slavery Standard, pub lished in New York City. City Council. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER. MONDAY EVENING, April 11, 1859. The City Council assembled last evening. Mr. Decker was called to the Chair. The new members, Meesert. Wiggim, Bimm, Kieretcd, Boyle, Huts snd Uomberger, were sworn in by the Mayor. The Council then proceeded to the election of President. Mr. Phillips nominated M-. Ilomi berger, Mr. Thomas nominated Mr. More. On the 9th ballott Mr. Bouiberger waa declared elected President of the Council,' listing' re ceived a majority of all the votes. Mr. Bouiberger then took the Chair teni dered his thanks for the honor conferred upon him said ho was a "new hand at the bellows" anticipated no difficulty in the way of harmo nious sction, aided as he felt sure be would be by the members of the body. The bonds of C. 0. Kiefer, City Treasurer: Wm. IUnnon, Marshal; John Kline, Market Master; Wm. Trebein, Street Commissioner; D. Y.Atkins, Assessor 1st Ward; Thomas Wise, Second; Phillip Leouhart, Third; Jacob Stephens, Fourth; J. H.Scbnebly, Fifth ; Jacob Gantx, Sixth, were presented and accepted. On motion of Mr. Decker, it was resolved thst the meetings of the Council should be held on Tuesday eveuing of each week. Adjourned to meet to'niglit. HTMr. C llaustino, the husband of the was suddenly killed by lii'lHninif woman who on Saturday evening last, desires us to correct our account of the matter. He says there wns no metalic substance on or about the person of his wife at the time she was struck with lighi ning. Mr. C's handa were badly burned while extinguishing Ihe burning clothing upon the body of his wife. ITT he Assignee's sale of Jewelry is in pro gress at the room iu the Phillips House, next door to Dietrich's Drugstore. The people seem to be pleased with the goods, and are "going in" for lheu.( Those who want bargains in jewelry should go there soon, aa they remain buta shoit time. Their goods are as represen ted. Wail Bvunetl is selling low. IT Our readers will notice that our energetic friends, Heckler, Ueniluy A Msxton announce the receipt of new styles of Chins, Glass, Piss ted snd Queenswsre, to-day. They have a very superior atock of fresh ware, and our read ers can find at their establishment anything they may desire, 9 at., near Main, IT in addition to a very superior style of pegged work, Wash Wilson, Main st , Sd door below Market, ia getting up some of the nicest sowed work" we ever ssw. He can phase ths most fastidious taste iu the atyle and quality of his work, for he makes it In ! v-ocas to do so. tT Englsnd snd Russia have joined Franc. ia requesting that Sardinia be admitted to the Europeon Congress which is soon to assemble to settle Italian affairs. It is believed that Austria caunot resist the w ish of tbe great po - era. IT See notice of arrival of another large lot of "Pink eyea," at Braudeuburgs. They ste sow prepared lo furnish all kinds for planting tie beat varieties in the World. CT A rumor is being whimpered about that tbe LightGuaid intend couiiug out on Thura. day afternoon. We hope il may prove true ; we would like lo see the Guard out onre more. tT Some fellow who seemed lo be "spiliug fora fire," got up ao alarm on every slender foun dation, yestetdsy afternoon. He succeeded in getting out tbe eugiues. QjT The dip net fixheiiuen are doing a heavy sucker business, "Huffer's dam" ia said to be the centre of operationa. IT The new Council is now in shape for the transaction of business. The first regulsr meeting will take place to night. CTOerKsn Township luigaliou ia juat now occupying ths attention of the Court. IT Favorite has soma very nice halo just the thing fur spring and summer. (T The rainy season seems to have set ia iw a long reign. IT A fellow who was put ia the watch house to day, waa too druak to tell his neate. IT Tho Cincinnati papers of yesterday morn ing msde a simultaneous onslaught upon ihe Hundey Enquirer, indicating that ihe move ment wn premeditated. Fof onr part, we could see nothing bad about tbe Sunday Ens qulrer ; but tf Ihe rliy rotemporsriesnf Ihe Hn- quirer believe, aa they say, that a good Sunday paper would Ix a proper institution, would it. not be better for them to institute a model, rath er than make months at the performance of an. other? The merit in tho simultaneous attack" referred to is too transparent ; it should have been covered over more carefully. We presume the 8undsy Enquirer has a much greater1 cir dilation than some people think it ought to have. VT Dull times, ssys a cotemp.irary, are the very best for advertisers. What little is going on they get, and while olhera ars grumbling, they psy their way ind with their newspaper lor a life-preserver, swim on the top of tho wa ter, while othtrs are sinking all around. UTA speech of Mr. Boule, recently made in New Orleans, has been reported, and an ex tract hss found its way into the Cincinnati Commercial. If tho document proves any Ihing, it is that a man wiih a great reputation can talk aa foolish aa an ordinary man, and il h greater glibneas. Mns. CoNNtifnHAM The Ilarrisburg cor respondent of the Pittsburg Post thus rites : The muoh celebrated Mrs. Cunningham wss in the cars and attracted considerable notioe from the mnlo travelers when it was noised about that she was on board. .She is a large, nowerful. looking woman, with strongly marked features, but not ucly by any means. Khe is rather robust, and ex tremely pleasant in conversation, and fond of talking and enjoying a hearty laugh. Air. H , of your city, oooupied a seat along aide of this interesting and mnoh looked at lady. Iler appearance would remind you of a burly Knglish woman, who loved the good things ol this world. .She is coming West again this summer to plane her daughters st school not far distant from your city. i should here remark that she was traveling under an assumed name fur a good reason. Railroad Time Table. Trains arrive and depart as follows: rKAiNs LaATasri'TaniVKs". CINCINNATI, HAMILTON A DAYTON. t.t train, Snd, :tj, 4th, 6.00 a a 8,00 a ni. B,or, a m 4,01) p m 7,:i0 p m UlM a m. 7,15 p m. H,4a p ni. SANDUSKY, DAYTON, A CINCINNATI. Springfield A Cotutti. Kt. I ;,00 ami 4,10 a ni. Delaware A Clere. K.x. I 8,110 a ni I0.4S a ml I 7 40 p m I 7,.10 a ui Sandusky, Delaware Express, DAYT0NA 1st Train, 8.49 p ni 7,40 p m MICHIGAN. b.iiu a m 7.&; s ui I 7. SS p m 7.:tll p m Id " DAYTON A Wt:,8TUKN.ToIndlaar.olla.t 1st Train, . . .50 a in I y.20 am. in " I 11.40 a m 0.J6 p m 3d " - - - ( t,50 p m j 1.15 a m GRKKN VILLK A MIAMI, (To Imliaaanulis. 1st Train, . I 8.10 a m I 10.65 am Jd " - - 6.00 n m 3.66 o m" UAYT0N, XENIA A COLUMBUS. 1st Train. - - I 11.35 a m I ll.aoan. Jd " . . o.SO pm 5,63am. 3d ' - - . , 1.10 ami 5 30 am. Closing the Mails, POST-OFFICE, DAYTON, April 11, 1858. Until further notice, malls will nlnps at this of Qne as lollowsi For New York, Phlladsiphlssnd New EnclanJ States, daily, exoept Sunday, at 0.15 A. M. rur Cincinnati, u., hastein. Western. Northern and Southern States, dsily, except Sunday, al l.-ru a. m. ss'i o.su r. m . For Gulumbus and Znnetville, 0.. dailv. ex cept Sunday., at a. 16 A. M. f or Aenia ami xeuow springs, 5. xn p. M. For Miamlshurg, ttertnantown. Franklin. Ham ilton, KaIod, O., sad Conosrsvills, Ia., daily, ex cept Sunday, at 3 30 P. M. Kor Bpringueia, uroana, limn, Kandn.kv. To ledo, Cleveland, 0., and Mlobigan, dailv. excent Sunday, at 10.10 A. M. For Utchmood- Cambridge, Centreville. India napolis, Is., and New Paris, O., daily, st 0.1.0 V. Al. Fur Oreenville, 0 , Union City, Wim-heiler, M uncle and Jayoounly. Ia., daily, except Sunday at 7. 3d A. K. For Trov.OovInetoi.'.PIqua. Sidney and St. Mn. rys, O.. ani Fort Wayns, Ind., dally, sxeept Hun ds,,at7.30 A. M. Kor UoloB, West as.ltoa and Little 'York, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7.30 A. if. l'or Jobnsvilie,New Lebanon and West Alexns- dris, ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7.30 A, At. For Clayton, Center and Ludlow, on Friday of each week at 9.00 P. M. For lienor and Bellurook, on Thursday of each week at V.tO P.M. ForCentrevllle, Labsnan and Mason, dsilv. ex cept Sunday, at 11.00 M. For Vandalla and Chamberslmrg, at 1J.00 M. on Tuesday Thursdsy and Saturday. for rayiorsvins neaneeesya snd Haturdey at 7.30 A. at. E. A. KING, P. M. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "PINK EYES." 1 rA B,IKH- t"" quality or Pink-eye Potatoee. I'JU juat received from the Nrth-weat. In urlnie uumlltlon, and for eale at the atore nf ftprU No. 100,'iii atroat, Daytun. FIRST OF THE SEASON! I C E CR K A M AMD CAM BE RAD AT P. J. WELT Y'S, This Day and Evening, And every Pay and Evening during -the summer seaeou, al the comer ol Main and a'ourtfc atreets. aprlll Ice Cream, Lemonade, AND SPARKLING SODA, EYF.n r da r and evexixc, At GEOHUE OlinEKts, due Door East of tbe Post OfSoe. iy-A Splendid Kooiu, tilled ap expressly for La dles. aprll FIRST OF TOR SEASON! Ice Cream, Lemonade, AND SODA WATER! can na bad at , W. II. 1UICKKS Fashionable Saloons, Kerry la) & Ef4mimg Ikrovgk tk$ twmuur. He U alao prepared to furnish private aud wed ding parlle, pi. nice, etc., wllh the lieat ol ice CoukU4Berlaeui., which ne ashless al very reaeou bie ratoe. rt. iels eoundeul that nacaa alve sope rtor aeooasuibdatioMa lor the price, liivesiat avail. Cor. d a Main, N. Otmer'e old aland. sot It OREGON Aguin.st "Yo Ancient" DAYTON I pillU)SOI'HEIH pronounce tbe proposl- s. Hon Irrational thst, sn "irreslstshle bn1.r eon cercome In conlnet with an Immovable one " Be Hint rw It mny, one tl.lns Is rerlsln, sndhevonn sur- oeasllll contrsilli tlon, Hist the BfcNT snd t HKAH- KSTOOOIIfleverallerf-il to the people nf Dayton. SirJ'il""111"' ' No' 't WH. HHHANUll.AV Si HKKI.", where BENJ. F. WAIT is now owning a lArge ami mavnlfloent assort ment of Staple & Fancy Dry goods, Jli-t reielyed from the Kaatern Cities, anil selrrleil liJilmseir, expressly lor this niaiket. His stock is ...... wii.i.iing in psri oi Fancy Silks, Clinllies, Urillinnls, I.awns, V Into goods, of all descriptions, Ho siery, Notions, eto., ctn. A fine IntofSprinelr Mummer Shawls, Tapes and Mantillas, a large and splendid as sortment of Hon nots, & Hon net trim, mings, Kvery kind and vnriety of Huts a large supply for young and old. AS nlltS Snil Other XllWrui bm I f ... of Uie "deep waters" he leels confident In lie In. alle to sill st lower ttsures, fOH I HKCARK, than can lie nhlalneil elsewhere) not even except Ins ths estshhshineut presided over hy the gentleman Irmn New lork. n,iu..i.. ADVERTISEMENT " Daniel Beckel, vs. Frederick Kcaert, et ...I' Superior Court, No. 1(88. ptTKSPANT to on order of the Superior a. t'nurt of Montgomery County, Ohio, made In the shove ense, at Ha April term, IMS, and to me di rected, I shall offer at puhllc auction, at the door of the Court Huuse. In the eitv nf n.vtnn .k. 1 ,- """'Bw"i-ry nu aisle ol lllllo, on Satikday, Aran, 14, 1850, between the honrs of one ami fo.. nini- n vr ol said day, Ihe following Heal F.tafe, to wit; Hllu wTi "i I'.'aV""'" .'"d, Monls-oinery county, to i .VMJ m ,on "Uin'rcd snd two (nr.., In the town of Osaland, in M-.d Hlver Township, as laid on" June tilth, lH67..d pint re -orded Iu .'a d Men eom- . ,i. .i7.. V ,il Ptopcrty Is to he said on i,.ii.!." .'- l""!")- Issiiiirslsedat three hundred dollars, snd can not he sold for less than two-thlnls Terms of Nate rash. . N- J; JORUAN, Master Commissioner. sprl" it Ju""AI,i Alfys. for Pi ll. CHINA. pJJl'ST received Plated and Hre.Spoons, C , " " ('astors h . . " t. xcts. z; llrittiuiia (!ofl'ee and T. Pots, el v imiupagne, nine and Ornamental PJ Tumblers, Fruit Bowie, CO China Vaaea, g LooklngOlaaaea, And a Keneia Uesnrtinentol E KNIVK.H AND l-OKKM, AO. -h (live us scall. ' P3 HK( kl.Krl, HKMI.KVnnd MAXTON. rxl lf''4 ad street. ' GLASS. W. ll. S.AYEUS No. 88 Main at. .opposite Court Bouse, DAYTON, OHIO. Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in GROCERIES, Foreign nnd Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles; tivrry vnriety oi i-ruits hormctiuully sealed in tin nnd glass, Iicservcslellies.Cut. supa,Snrdine,llyM -ters, Salad Oil, Sauces, lo. Wood and Willow Ware of all varieties, Child. -iai., ,y vtaguns, w ueeuiarrows. Hocking - - ' aprii Extensive sale of Fine Furniture, AT AUCTION. WIS will sell on THURSDAY, the Mth v V day of April, at 9 o'clock, A. M., In the build ing next to Win. Hume's I oiilecUoncry establish ment, the following large aloes ol Furnlluic, con sisting in part ol one line Tleslrr Uedsleed, and a Spring Matrass, Piench Hofas, Louncei, Couches, Msrhie Top and Veneered Tables, Uureaus, Sei re tanes, tine Parlor l hairs, Hocking lhairs, biniiur Hoom ('hairs. Arm f:haira. ami Bn ................ ..7 niher chairs; Cuaton -msdo Htools and Stands, flue Hat Hacks, What Note, Looking Glasses, and In lact almost every article seneralli found In a complete enrniiure ware Kouui. To be sold without reserve TKRMS All sum under Sua.ea.b. a u sixty dsys. liver aw, ninety dais. Aud all sums' over (loo, . la months credit. J. K. CHRISTOPHER, , C. t. HUsKH. Airll-.ld Auctioneers. AwlKnie'a) Utile, Kxtraordiiinry! OP FINK ANO RARSJ GOLD JKVBJjft AT AUCTION! UKOM tbe late firm of llonkinsnn, llros. & 0., Iniiieilers aud Manulaclurera of Watehea, lllamonds.etc., a7 Broadwav. New York, to meuoeon Monday, Apill llth, and continue foralew .i,. uiiiy. r,ei iiKr 10 uiclruii's urux storr.ua- the fhllllie House. . Ladies call and examine. Ladies call and examine. Ladiea oall and examine. Ladies call and examine. " Indies call and examine. v Tlie larsesl and moat splendid sssortmenl. Ihs largest and most splendid assortment. The larrre-t aud Hioat splendid aa.sortBieiit. The taisest aud most splendid aaeortweut. v Watches. Dlamonda and Braceleta Watches, Dlamonda and Eraoeletsv Watches. Dlamoods aud Braealeta. waicuee, uianiouae stud. Bracelets. Coral, Mosaic, Amethysts and Tameo. Coral, .Mosaio, Amethjpats aiid-Tauseo, t'oral, Mosaio, Amethysts and Cameo. Coral, Mosaic, Amethysts and Cameo. Rabies, rearls Opals. Rubies. Pearls ft Opals. Rubles, Pearls ft Opals. ' v x . . Kuhies, fearls ft Opals.. . All Kowts warranted ss renresented. and will l sold through the day at wlioleaaie prices, tiuoda now on exhibition. W. BhhNar.T. salesman. . C. Core, Aaslgnee, , errll-lw f r . Dayton & Michigan R. sat S3 1 W.!L'. t !w.,f SHOUT LINE VIA LIMA, FBOM ' BIVTON TO CHICAGO. Dlatauce 277 milee. Two Dally Traloa. jum k.osBs qi c;afa juir. OS AND A FT Kit MONDAY, APRIL 11, IHM, Paaesiser Iralus will leave I lay too al s.s a. Bi.iauu i.ao p. ui.. nir ay.iuej , uma, llelphoa. rt. Wa)ne, Toltslo and I hleaso, connecting at Xjilui-y with train, on Ilia aVIIeKiulalue aud ludlaea Kali. roai, lur in slabi and west. The a.utt as. train souMects at Wauakouetta with hack lor St. Maivi. praiMBMn Miunrr. notn trains conaect al l.imi wllh trains oa the P. H. W. a i:. a. B., lur ttart auce, I t. Wayne, Plymouth and Ullisaeo, Met lur PHI. bury h, PhUadei.hla,aa. tlral train leavlns ilaytuaalA,OU a.asarrives at Ft- Wa tieal a, Is p. n.; I hlcasu I0.M p. iu. aeouad train leaving al 1j p. at., arrii ea al Ft. wayaie.l4a. ss.i tsieago llo a,, at. . RKTURK1.NU. LKAVK . rileatfA Kt at ea A an rIPt IV.uisai II M a ii Ltaktua ?,M p. at. Wooatl Traiu'.loavea dltitiaK 1 l,sM l. n. sTW t as J msj . ).. fUrlV al UV' toa tJ.l a. e. lotU tratne eunikeMit .1 Hi.M.av .itk tram- lir loluaibita, at Itaytuu, with trai.ie ua the lliiomuii, ni.Miia,i I'ay lutt Hall lUKi,, lur C Ut' clnnatlaad tlie funth. TtiixiHtxtt T.aeU lor Foct Warae, Toledn. rhiaa R). aau iwiuii eai aud north-wetit. AUo fc.r PittBhiirgti, I'h.UtWtl.ehia aud nil aa.Uru eitin, uit for all ttKnU points ou the bvllrUmtaiiieRud lutlUnk Hiail Huad. eaUbeliatl h tllatlllisr .ia M Is u.. -r. 4 AttttAt.Uuum Ut.Uwoi l.dikriiit neuta bit tlte line. . 1 wm at lew at o aT tteber ro. aVianrfMadu tot llcktia wr.y of Urn. Opening Every Day!! TO TUB LADIES THE UNDKRSKtNED HAS ItKCKIVKD her new apring stork or irillltnrry nnd rnnry (tootle, I It Iter stock of bonnet Is Innre end consists nf Silk, Ktrsw, Cmpes, snd sli other almts thst the Sprlne; Trade demand., she aeeps slsooa hand aanlenilld assortment or Flowers, Hibboos, Silks, Crapes, Sliemelles, I'Minnets, Laces, Head Dresses.Cnps, iiiiuren s iintsana I' Intel, Wreaths, Frames and Wires, All of wlileshenirersst I.OIV PRICKS, si her old and well-known estahllshinent. M,esollclt acun-tlnuani-e of the puhllc patronage. bV- Bleaching and Trimming done on short notice. MJJ.S. N. HOWARD, No. Ill Main street, near Fourth, aprt.io DAYTON, OHIO. '59 SPRIAOMlTjJiXERY. '6 Mrs. II. L. WARREN, A'o. t'.l Main st, -tcccii Srrond ami Jhiril, WOULD 1NFOIIM THK I.ADiiirt OF Dartnn and viclnltv. that mho k. t.i.t ... turned from the K-ast, and la note nuenine; the larff eat and moit heautllul aMortment ot Millinery Goods That haxever tefnie been rreientrd to hercuatom ra. The aaanrtnent roniiata, in part, ol BONNETS, RIBIJONS, FLOWERS, TRIMMINGS, &C, All of which are moit raihlnnnhle pattern, and well aelected with apeuial reference to the wanti and the taatei ol her ouetoinera. Ladlea are Invited to call anil examine her itnvk at her More, two deora north of the l our t Hoiite aprtt-lmdaw S. K 1 -2 a a T O 35a S3 ? H E-t . a cn . tt if, iC3 O i o - 3 S liisi " r letu o o One Horse shoeing shop;' lainu 01 KXJT, few doors East of the 1W Oikii k DAYros-. o. 'THK Subscriber is now better preparer', the YumS fX""""' o'd customers, . Ilorsc-Sliorius: Ki.sliii-kN. In lis various branches. r..t..,.i.. ... Urn if f '!'- "! UttM ho"" such a. si-lit hoofs, aud h04)l-l.nnn. . ... ,H .1 will be cured satiractory lo the owner of such hoi-' ses, and 11 not, money w III I reluudc it. ALHO. Horses that interfere will tie shod lo pie lent II, and warranted, or money refunded. He wi I personally superintend all wuiktmrii.nl to hie eere. Thankful fr pastfavors, he resiwctluliy asks a continuance of the patronage ol l.i.uld us touttre, and will he happy lu aecominolate as msnv s.w.mna. may favor him wllh a call. "'""" aprs-dawly NATHAN SIFfFRMAN. Uuurnal and Uatetts eopv Sia.) Coal, Wood &, Lime! WOULD HE S P E C T K tT L LY AN- th.i i.2?.U.n to ,h, ol,l"n. of Dayton and vicinity iuTla.il ii p"ra.0,u,.,,,' 'ntorsniall.iuaa tiirqualHyof" ""0' "" ". YOOOHIOOHEIf Y ft PERRY CO A1JO, HE 11A.OS HAKU 4 A GOOD ARTICLE OF WOOD, WHICH HE WlUItU - He la also nreoapMl in .I.U.... i . . city, the oe.i " '" ' '"" ? CEDAHVILLE LIMF. city. 11 - - - era weewaiaij IMsSTViSe ardasd Office, oa Third si rest, Depot, near the Xenix, aovis-lvdaw HOTTCS TO STOCKHOLDERS. Orrii aorsiixCis , Hsst.ai Davtos B H.t'o, I ClSCIKSATI, April sili, isau. J rrilH Annual Meelinc nf tbe Stockholders', Jf this t'ouiliajiv Mlll k.i.l -. .1 , ... ' (Sixth streel Bei..t,)'in Clnelnnalt, onTuesday.thJ 71. V .k'' e hours of nine and ten. in the morning, at which time a reiwrt of the rift'.rry!.. ''v"'P',r ' tr vnt-mf. will be submllt. d. And at the same place, and oa IM same day, between the hours ol ten lu the niorniue. and three in the aftrrnoou, the Stoekholileie wii make choice ol nine Directors lu serve the en.ulns ?.?,"i.M"c' ""' which may b! Fpr Sale. A SPLSMHD Young Dark troji Cray Al.so-i Phu-loaBojrgsew. TermssSsy. Liuuof Slore, No. 1, eaal de, J.Ucn street, i ' ' s V L N. WINTER, Merchant TitiloA NO. 113, MAINTKKET, t Between 3d and 4th As, Day ton, O., " PAKKrl this met! of informing tbe -- oiiiseBBor Dayton i Vicinity, that he haa now In hta etunlo. u eral excellent workmen. .ud It. at he ta pitre.! uke to order, In the beat dlug to the msot faehUiu thinc of all Binds. Me IVleJOl iueiraisi,Aiui Pie cut, lieiiti warranla 11 hla and rearetfMtej i lo Bive lierlect aatialaction. lis a liberal ehare ol publis IearWlS4j, aprs-emuaw SXftU. A WKSTON'S i Patent Revolver, New VJK SAI a A ' '- 3' IAnOD6lt' BABtSWABB BTORfl THIS PUtol iatbe li(rliteet one in the world that has Airce. Weight oulv Ten Ihuicest Is ' loaih-d umcker than other Pistole are capped; IS an re o are under all elreumetaoeee Me Imury ia caused totha Arm or Aiiiunltnit by allowing it to remala toa4rd aay lengih al time. It is so simple la lie eunsl ruction that It t. Bui liable to get out ol order. Is erieetir sale tocsrry. 1'heoylluder hoUls seven shots two store than other small fistula, apro Mourning Gooods. lllack Tsmartine Cloth, " ltlack Crenadine Itaraee. Blsc-k sSilk (Irensdine, Hlock Ityadere lieroge, lllook Iterate Holes, . lllaok 1'jeni.h Lawns, ltlack r'reneh Organdies, . t tiood stock. Mourn ing l'riots, and OinKnsm, at the - ' CASH UTORB of - John, Van z..;hpn a apr it CO. tsjuLUSt II aiery day, at the ,l Viro- ..r it art I ift n IWltl Bie-iia a. isj peiuaa,') st ! o'suk.