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For Throe Night Only II
TH X WOE l iTa 's "how h b d
di-ora fhrlaty, A. M. Hnoley, . Proprietors.
1. 1 opplts, . Musical Director,
BVM to announce to tli oitir.ena of I'nr
ton tli at they wlii give a .hurt eerie of thelr
unique, original and unapproachable
CnntUtlnf of Vml, fnitnimentril, Teielchorenn
and Hletrlnnta rveKnr mant -c., riiiI mhrnrinft a varl.
tyof nw Honm, Hnlui, Uiiftte Chnrtuee, Dinm.
lie., toretharwlth new aiwt origin) mtrth -provoking
PlenUtlnn Hcrnce, Afite, Inter. utlpe, Burleequ
opera. Comedy, Trnly and i'ure, tormina a pro.
gramme of unexceptltmiahle anveiHea, anil tKemoet
atttraatlve eiitertaiuinent ever offered to the eitl
na of Dayton.
Fntiit change of Programme every evtmingf
13" for particular! toe email bllU,
dmlttlon, - - 30 oicti,
lVKtnopn M ToVIock. fcntertalumantMmrnan
em at 8 o'cioce , preoleely.
Front aeata ifHrrnl for Ladlti and Gentlemen ne
oowpiinytng thaw.
apria LEWI A. 7! WIM.EH, Affffnt.
For Cash Onlyi "
No. 11(5, Main street.
nail noil complete lock of
Boots and Shoes ;
Ktw brought to thta city, which wprpinnniifrictnred
exprniiyiohlBorrierhyJOHN H. DKTKUH, of Cin
cinnati, acknowledged to hatha beat Boot and Shoe
Manufarturer In the West.
In addition I H A V R and WILL KFEPON HAND
full and varied itoox of
My Own Manufacture,
Whloh.fbr STVLK andliUAI.ITYIs IN9URPA8S
F.l. lam confident I can get up
la the otty, and I will guarantee sattslactlon In ll
iwi, Iteieetfull),
lit Hitln itreet, 2 rioon south of the Msrget.
N. W. W. also keeps a superior article of FRENCH
tWNo Eastern Work kept at tiiii estab
lishment. apr4-da
Ho. 88 Main at.,oppeatte Court Houee,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Kruitt, Nut, Pioklet;
every vorioty of Fruits hermetically
sealed in tin and giant,
ters, Salad Oil,
Sauooa, &a.
Wood and Willow Wan of all varieties, Child
reo'aCabe, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrowa, Roekliur
Horees, ete., etc. aprll
Opening Every Day ! !
her naw Spring Mock of
Millinery and Fancy Oootts 1 1 1
Her stock of bonnet Is large and consists of silk,
Htraw, Crapes, and all other Kinds that the Spring
Trade demands, she Keeps alsoon hand a splendid
assortment of
Flowers, Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Shemolles,
lionnets, Laoos, Uead Ureases, Caps,
Children's Hats and Flats,
Wreaths, Frames
and Wires,
All af whlcu she offers at LOW PRICKS, at her old
and well-known establishment, she sollolt . a oon
tlotlanoe of the public patronage.
Vl'Bleaclitng and Trimming done oa short notloe.
i, iicnr ruurrii,
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
PIIlUiSOPIlEIW pronounce the pronoti
tion Irrational that, an "irreiUtahle body can
eroome In contact with an Immovable on." Be
that a. It may, one thing U certain, and beyond auc
criiful contradiction, that the iikHT and (HIlAP
K8T GOODS aver ottered to the people of Dayton,
are to be found at No. 214, COH. FIFTH AND CLAY
fTHUKT.., where
ti now opening a Urge and magnificent aeiortmcntof
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Just re wived from the Eastern Cities, and selected
by himself, expressly for this market. His stock Is
full, sonatatlng In part of
Fancy Silks, Cballies, Brilliants, Lawns,
White goods, of all descriptions, Ho
siery, Notions, ete., eta. A fine
lot of Spring A Hummer Shawls,
Capes and Mantillas, a
large and splendid as
sortment of Hon
nets, ilc lion
net trim,
Every kind and variety of Hate a large
supply for young and old.
As rente and ether expenses are much less East
Of the "deep waters," he feels enntlilent In being
able to sell at lower figures, FOR THE CASH, than
can be obtained elsewhere! not even excepting the
establishment preslttcd over by the gcntleiuau from
New York. eprU-tmdaw
Relative to an amendment to the Constitution, pro
vidtnf tor Annual sessions of the General
Resolved, rv the n emeu al Assembly ofthk
Htatb or Ohio, Three-filths of tne members of
each house concurring therein, that It lie and Is here
by proposed to tne electors of the KUte to vote at
the neat annual Octolicr Mate electlou, upon the ap
prove or rejection of the following amendment, as
a substitute for the ttrst olaUHO ol the twenty-filth
eeotion of the second arttole of the Constitution of
thtsHtate.to wit: "All regular sessions of the Gener
al Axeembly shall commcuoe ou the Hist Monday of
January annually."
Kpeakerot the House ol Representatives.
April a, IBM. President ol the aenate.
Columbus, O., April 7, luce. (
I hereby certify that the fbregoins Joint Resolu-
tloa, "relative to au Alnendmeut to the Constitu"
tlon provitllag for Annual Sessions of the Uenera'
Assembly," Is a true copy from the original roll oa
nie minis omoe.
secretary of Htale.
U II I I L I 1
TWO Young Ladies wish situations in the
country as achool Teachers. Good refereueee
will he given as to queHtluUou, fcu., by applying W
J. i. Kaauaa, at thl. oOlue. apnw
rPO get the Heoipe, and learn how to man
X ufacture pure, old unadulterated Luiuors, fross
the raw material, without using a particle of oils,
acids or drua's, at a aost per gallon less than the
usual price paid for good orab cider. Itaoh arttole
Btaooe eeconu ce none m ine worm.
apr cinclonatl, Ohio.
P RIME APPLES-, barrel, in prime or
er, iutt received,
ri i'. r. a. mviu
fl fl M :
i 7
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f - ; i
no; to.
owtsioei os euauoanoNi'
Impre luUitg, Hire el, tWk (Ms M, Mail i ItSttm
T m eti
Ry BtallSS.OO nev veer In eevanee.
10 iHiat. n.r W.rk. pny.b.'. te thonavrtev.
Cincinnati Agency.
The Cincinnati True Foundr Onmoati la
oar duly authorised Airmt to make contracts
ana receipt tor Adrertisemente subecriptions.
Ac, le ttateitv.
To BusiKiraaJlBK. The EtnnireJob Rooms
are la eomplete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all deecrintioas la the beet style
uibnears. jaii id ana examine our wotk ana
learn our prlcee.
iltio AoviaTtsiae. Advertisements or
Notice for the Km pi re moat be handed Into
the office by ten e'etee oa the day they are de
tired to be published el tmter. W eannot
agree to inwrt then after that hour.
Weekly Advertisements.
Those who desire to have advertisements
inserted In the Wtthly Kmpirt should band
them la by Saturday morning, at the latest
tWSuOur advertising patrons will perceive
that, by onr arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new
very important matter to them.
See 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
St. Mary's Church.
Right Bt. Bishop Pureell will officiate
in laying the corner stone of St. Mary's Church
on Xenia avenue, oa Mondav. the 25th of
April, The congregation invite the eilisena of
Dayton, and all others friendly to the cause of
religion, to be present and witneea the ceremo
nies. The eeretnoolee will commence at 8
o'clock P. If.
To Beat. "CaaiiTi's I" We had the pleas
ure this forenoon of a call from Mr. Okorqe
Cmitrrr, the veteran Concert! anr, and greatest
Ethiopean Commediaa in the world. In this
regard be stands w!&tti !. tit. C. Jim
requested us to publish the following la reply
to numerous Interrogation with regard to the
genuinesas of the Troupe :
Notiob to tub Fubuc Iaeoaseauenee of the
many aooos ooMraHia traveling nnuer the name
of "Christy' Minstrels," and report being cir
culated that the Company now performing in
uurope under my name, are the original Unru
ly', 1 duem it my duty to inform the public
that mr present Company- is the Original
nd "only" George Chrlety'oMlntrle,
from Broadway, New York : U other an coun
terfeit. . Respectfully Tour,
given for the detection of any person using the
name of George Christy in the Minstrel Bust-
Th Christy Minatrela will give their Brat
concert in Huston Hall this evening, when thy
will give the eitlaens of Dayton a rare musical
and comical treat. Their entertainment will
be novel, unobjectionable and aide splitting.
They will not present any won out features
nor tire their audience with "twice told tales.''
An examination of their programme for thta
evening will give the publie mind aa inkling
of the exquisite treat in store for the peoplev .
Talent which could interest a New York pub
lie for twelve years, and not tire, ran certainly
oharm the popular taate at Dayton for three
night. Let the "Christy V have a hearty
greeting this evening at Huston Hall,
The Odd Fauow Sum. Extensive prep
aration are being made by the Proprietor of
the Phillips House and by the Committee, for
the Odd Fellows' Supper, to come off on next
Tuesday evening. The arrangements give
promise of a grand affair oa the occasion, and
we hope the "brethren" will be present In larg
force. Mr. Hubbell haa made proviaion to seat
nearly 400 persons, and we expect to see every
place occupied at the sumptuous board. If It be
for nothing else, we hope for the credit of the
Committee and of the Order, that Mr. Hubbell
will be sustained in the extensive and costly ar
rangemente he ia making for a grand entertain
ment on next Tuesday evening. The Supper
the supper I .
IDTh Journal of thia morning aya: "A
beautiful painted photograph of a lady of this
city, bow on exhibition la the window of M ore's
book More, i attracting much attention. It i
a specimen of the skill of Sebobra, and well
deserves the praise it is constantly receiving.''
It is equal to portrait painting, and ia, we learn,
equally durable as work done en canvass.
Thoae who know the original inform us that
it ia an excellent likeness.
There is, also, ia More'e show window ,
photographic portrait not painted the work
of Meesre. Robinson eV Finch, which will be
recognised by every one who has ever aeea our
worthy City Solicitor. It could not well be
mistaken fur any body else.
These works of art apeak well for the ability
of our talented artist. We doubt whether any
other city in Ohio, or the West, will furnish
their equal.
eTTLeM la a greater activity la the building
line in Dayton and vicinity than there baa beee
before for four or Ave years. In addition to
several large structures, the number of medium
and email buildiaga projected and already la
proceee of eootruction, in the city and vicinity,
ia truly Htoniehiag. And then, addition and
repair are being made to property in aimed
every square ia the city. These evidence of
returning prosperity cannot be miatakea. The
aWmaae! for house la what haa created this ex
tension of our border; and the prosperity ia
LiouTyoa T Mituos." Our reader are
referred to the card of the Meeers. Winchell,
In another column. We have ee frequently
spoken of the excellence of the "Msec Light,"
and it superiority over every ether portable
light ia use, that it seems to ne almost unnec
eeury to y anything further than to remark
that th Messrs. Winchell have the sole right
to fill order for this Light, and that they may
be found at the Hardware store of J. Langdoa
A Bra., on Main above 3d, where the lamp may
be seen day and evening. A mere examlnatioa
of the lamp, with explanations as to how It ia
managed, will recommend it to every body ca
pable of understanding the simplest propoai
lion. Call and see the "Mace Oaa Light."
C7W aotiee thie moretng that eur particu-.
iar friend, Jamas Tomer, Esq., Justice ef the
Peace elect, ha opened aa affiee ia Beekel'a
building, oa the comer of Third and Jeflersoa
street, ia the offlee formerly occupied by Jus
tice Torreneej and we advice ear friend who
are ia the habit of, or are deal roue of, dealing
in this particular Institution th law to call
upaa the new 'Squire, If they are in pursuit of
justice, fur he lnvenda to deal ia the pare am
cle only. - '
CT There is a break ia the canal at Leek 8
near St. Mary's which Will atop aarigatios at
fast point for bv days.
The "Croakers."
Northern "Croaker" baring been forced
from very edame to cease their dolorous blu Ber
ing sbout the erope in this litltude, their south"
era brethren have take) np th cry, and we are
now treated, instead, to the croaking of the
soger and rice growera and dealer along th
Mississippi. The annoyance is none Uie lees
because its Hues from a "sunny clime," and it
is the more annoying beosuse it Is so utterly
Ever since we can remember, the planters of
the South have mad an annual hewl about the
"certain failure of the sugar and rice crops."
Their predictions have, ia part, proved true in
only one or two inttsneee, during the last thlr
tyyeare. On peculiarity we have noticed
about tbeee crop prediction i th season s
when "croaking" wa the greatcet, the crop
were better than usual. We are not mistaken
about thiiu we have particularly soled this
fact. Thie year, the planters have commenced
their complaint about tbe crop rather earlier
in th season than usual; they make a great
deal more fuss than they did last fear, or for
five years previous to this. We take it for
granted that the eugar, rice and cotton crop
will be better this year than usual, limply from
th fact that th croaking U louder. Wa may
be mieteken (n thie matter; if so, it will be the
first time within our remembrance. The New
Orleans Delta, and other reliable papers in the
extreme couth, do not claim that the crops there
will be a failure; on the contrary they eay from
the best information in their reach, that th
crop are promising. Tbe (miller journals.
which seem to be nnder the control of croakers,
only assert that "thia will be a hard year upon
tbe crop of tbe South ."
We cannot tell what these croakers mean by
their yearly cries; we cannot imagine what they
expect to gain by the yearly repetition of re
ports contrary to the fast, unlea it i the hope
that it will have the effect of raising price.
An experience of years should certainly teach
them that all nch hopes are futile; for so fsr
saw know, their crocking hi not hod th
least effect upon the price of new crop. If
any advantage ia gaintd, it is secured by Don
them dealers, who may be induced to believe
the stories they hear from the Bouth, and supe
posing that the crop will be ahort, put up die
price of sugar, rice, etc., upon their customer.
That is simply all. As soon as the new crop
eppears In market the illusion i exploded.
The planters, who make all the outcry about
failure of the crops, never receive a particle of
advantage. If it i their purpose to occasion!
ally increase the profit of northern grocers snd
speculators at the expense of their retail custo
mers, they may possibly succeed in a small
way; but we submit whether it be not a very
small business, and disreputable withal.
Croaking Is in bad repute; the public voice
unites in condemning it as a nuisance; can't
it be abated f
CosjtxeroirDSjrca. We present the following
spicy correspondence between an indignant
Indiana firm and a dealer in thi city, for the
purpose of affording a model to all business
men who ar of excitable temperament, and
who are dUposed to fly into piece when It is
intimated aa them that there ia such a thing as
sew sowed aa credit:
—, IA., April 19, 1859.
Stat We wrote yon twice in the early part
of last week to send tr a few article that we
needed at the time: and on Friday-, instead of
receiving- uie rooui. we rereiven a nno from
you, telling ns that inasmuch as we owed you
. . j , , , i . .
bvnin'vns aoiiura you couia not, sena tnem
until that wss paid. Enclosed yon will find
the twenty-one dollars, which vou will nleaaa
acknowleag the receiptor by return mail; and,
as we were d d fool enough to deal with a
small one hone concern that wo o fraid of
loaing tzu.uu aa to refuse to aend n a few no-
tatoee, we will call in a few week, aa we are
pawing through, pay yon the odd cent we will
owe you, ask God to forgive us, tell you to go
to h 11, and will try and have more wisdom in
future. Respectfully, . ,
Qntltmt (an address I writ under nro-
teet) your of the 19th, came duly to hand, and
encUiaed (31.00. I was not in when th letter
you apeak about wa written; and by referring
to the letter of the 14ih, don't see eny such
language used a you write about, "inasmuch
a you owed $-21,110, we could not send you
any mora good." If I had been at home I
should not have aeot you the goode at the fig
urea you wrote to aend at, Cinomnali prices. A
for th door frame and axle, why didn't you
and th money for them, aa you knew the
price of them f You speak about my house,
being a "small one-horse concern." By refer
ring to your own letters. (5 bush, notatoe. one
cheeae,) I would take it for granted, you wa a
una or arm mat waa aoiog a eery estensitw
btuineee; and would adviae you to erase the
word WiaiuaU from your card, which you took
the pain to send us, to mak a believe you
were somebody. You rav us th odd cents
and tell u to go to h 11, will you! Well, w
will try and give you a receipt in full.
avuis, ae.f ""Ma
CTJ. W. Clayton, Esq., having cheerfully
resigned all pretentions to office, at the solici
tation of the farmers, mechanics and manufae
tarer he ia now opening a ware houae oa Third
street, for the sale of all ths implement re
eently invented to sare labor and make twe
blade of grass grow where but one grew before.
He haa a corn mill that grinds at leas ei pence
and makes better meal than any In use before
the present century.
ITWe call the attention of dealers in dry
goods to the advertiaeinent of Mr. Charles S.
Weatherby, Ills Fifth street, Cincinnati, to be
fovnd in another column. He offer vary o
perior inducements. Persona visiting Cincina
ati would find it advantageous to mak a visit
to big elegant eatabliahment
0Bre. Strickland, of the Wayne, Ia., Chron
icle, complain that he haa not aeea the Empire
tor three week past. W would not have him
think it waa our fault, for it i not. W have
mailed our paper regularly to hi office, and will
endeavor to hare him get it hereafter. The
Chronicle" it a bright and lively aa utual,
and we receive It regularly. The "Chronicle"
a aa Institution.
tTW will observe that th gentleman who
make application for a aituatioa in a Whole
sale ar kutail Grocery boo, ia ia every wy
qualified fee the position ie sober, induetri
ouai energetic, experieoosd, and is, in a word, a
CT I ti expected that 8ir Edward Bulwer
Lyttoa will be the next Governor of Canada,
and poseibly Governor-in chief of tbe proposed
North Americas British Confederacy.
CT tot first close edible potatoes, fish, oys
ter, dried beef, and a variety of luxuriee go
to Brandenburg', 300, 3d at. Ha keeps nothi
Ing but the best.
CTHaviog g-vea aggrieved parties a op
portualty af being heard throagh our column,
wemustdecllae a continuance of each iofor
CTThe tendency to day ia to rain, witH a
alight divergent toward enow. Tbe public is
resigned to almost anything in th way of
tTW have iVnn lolh to agree with onr dem
ocralle brethren who have far tome time claim
ed that the Cleveland Plain Dealer wat not
Democratic paper, and that it wa doing all the
damage to the perty it waa capable. We have
remonstrated, en more than one occasion,
against the abum heaped upon Gray for his ill
natured thrusts made st certain Democrat, be
cause w knew he had had provocation for ill
humor. We could not then believe that he
would make a pretext of the 111 treatment of
individuals in the Democratic party toward him
to mak war upon ths party, it principle and
organisation. W hoped h wss a man of
principle, and we repeat, we have been loth to
think otherwise. For tome time past th tenor
of th leading article in the Plain Dealer have
rather shaken our faith in the political sound
ness of Bra. Bray; and we regret to eay that an
article in his paper of the 18th mat. , wherein
he quote the Resolutions of the Harriaburg,
Pa boltera' convention, and speaks of them
with approval, has compelled us to put the
Dealer down in the list of those who, while
they fight under our Dinner, deal their blows
npon their comrade in arm.
We fear that we will htve to do without the
aid of Brother Gray in onr war with the
Opposition; and though we will give him up
With many regret, we know It would be better
that he should be on Uie outside of onr fortress;
for on that aid we have no fear of hi opening
the gates for tbe enemy to come In.
CTThe telegraph Informs us that the defense
in the Sickle case closed yesterday. The evi
dence, for several day peat, ha been given to
show the great provocation Mr. Sickle received
for killing Mr. Key; and their success has been
a complete a th Mtbject 1 sickening and
heartrending. The prosecution commenced
with their evidence yesterday afternoon. They
will attempt to blacken - the reputation of
Sickles, as they htve intimated that tbey shall
pursue that court. Wbtt possible bearing that
can hare upon the case, we are at a loss to
divine. It is hrrdly probable that It will re
store Mr. Key to life, or render Mr. Sickle
virtnou or happy. It will not certainly be
evidence in the rase, while it will afford a vsat
deal of acandal. We predict that Judge Craw
ford will rule agnlnst it, although his dismissal
of th petit jury wen Id indicate that he intended
to "have a time of it." The rtiult of the case
will interest the public; the detail era sought
after only by thoteWhoie moral tomcha hav
lost their healthy to. Wa will give the "re'
suit;" and In the hieantime pred-'ct the libera
lion of Sickle. j
-. ,
New add Dilution CourrcariiT. The
Cincinnati Commercial sy that a new and
dingerou counterfeit bill on the Merchant1
Btnk of Saltm, Matt., is in circulation. It it
sn exceedingly well executed note, of the de
nomination of Threes, end eo exact in its imi.
canon at to DC coining more nor less thin a
fraudulent reproduction of the genuine. So
minute and perfect I thia new counterfeit, that
it ia feared the officers of the Bsnk will,
order to successfully combat it, be forced to a
recall of the genuine issues. Tbe following ere
its features:
Ton Th President, Director Oa. of the
Merchants' Bank will pay Three Dollar to th
bearer on demand. So. 1,879. The word
"Merchant' Bank" ar in large capital in th
center. "The Prwident, Director di Co. of"
are at tbe end, and curt around a vary large
ngure S; "the" it under th last syllable of
"President." The words "will pay ," Ac, be
tween the "3s," and "roaxa dollabi" are In
quite large capital. Near th edge, and under
each "3," it the letter "A."
Center "Salem, Ma.,"nnder the left : "Jan.
1st, 1859," on the right, and in the middle a
large thaded circle, with the word "tbbxi"
very large.
Below "N. B. Perkins, Cashier," on the
left, and beneath it, In amnll capitals, "Three
Dollars;" on theleft,"B. W. Sllsbee, Preeident;"
under it "New England Bank Note Company,"
beneath which "Three Dollars."
The paper ia ef the finest kind, nd the work
In exquisite atyle.
Waal The telegraph briugt us exceeding
belligerent news from across tbe Ocean. It may
be taken for granted, wa believe, that there will
be war between France end Austria. Before
last close, all Europe will probably be in a
broil. Tbe British Government is already in a
belligerent condition ; and everything Kuroi
pean look bellicose.
CTTTh Cincinnati Press it severe upon the
Dltraists. It aayc: "Th next Southern Con
vention a periodical convocation of mod fool
that itineratee about the Southern Slate, pa
sing windy resolve about Southern right, and
making vsgue threat of disunion is to meet
at Vicksburg, Miss., in May. It wa a poor
joke at its beginning, and ha grows annually
poorer until, to every man with a particle of
sense, it has become completely exhausted.
Odd Fellowship. Tuoeday next.the 'JCth
will be th fortieth anniversary of the or
ganicatlon of the Order of Odd Fellowship
in the United State.
On that day, forty years will have elapsed
since Thomas Wildey, la concert with four
other members of th Order, fumed tbe first
Lodge in this country known as Washingi
ton Lodgo, No. 1 at the house of Will. I,up-
ton, sign of the Seven Sura, Second street,
ArrangemosU we bslug generally made
by the brethren throughout the Union for a
oelebratioa oa that day. Th Celebration in
this city will doubtless be aa imposing af
fair, brethren from different poiute ia the
State will be in attendance. The processi
ion will bo larger than any fur several years
Lioxs abd T i us in ths Save Cios The
Philadelphia Journal, ia noticing the death of
oa animal iaanwiagerie, says i "The old lion.
when without a eoaipauion, waa quite uproar
ious ; but a aiuall, black tiger hiving been put
in his cage, be i new decidedly amiable. It
ay not be generally known, too, that aa ele
phant ia only rendered eouteated and quiet by
giving him company, end accordingly a little
dog i generally tied near him, and the pair
lire together in a meet friendly manner."
Tax Pataovaa oe raa Haaasws. On Mon
day evening, the Win of the Hebrew Month
Nissan, wss the first eight of the Passover,
which festival it observed ia every part of tbe
world by the faithful deeudaat of Israel, a
all know It ia krpt ia commemoration of th de.
livereoeeof the Jew from Egyptian bondage
by the miraculous intervention of the Almigh
ty. The festival w ill last several day.
Cuuxtia PasraiTT Soap. Aatioeh College
and grounds were sold at lb Cincinnati, yester
day, pursuant to aa order of court. A Mr
Cummin wa th purchaser, paying $0,000
cash. Whs Mr. Oaounin it, no one sterna to
knew. The College wot sold fur debt.
A German women, named Pell, has Leon
arrested, In Chicago, for attempting trr kill her
hatband, by Aral atupefying him wllh opium,
end tisen tunVring the gas to escape from ell
the burners in the room in which he Iny. Tli
odor of the gag attracted the neighbors In the
premie ee, fortunately ia time tnesveth sleep
or i life.
John M. Jolly, of Tippecanoe, Spencer
County, Ky., Is accused of harlot poisoned hli
wife and child by mixing poison in thai
coffee. Mrs. Jolly died the next day the child
still live. Th remain of Mr. Jolly (which
were Interred) have been exhumed, and the
stomach snd its contents sent to Louiarillo for
chemical analyaia.
The diamond jewelry, supposed to have been
stolen from the Allentown Railroad office, In
New York, tome time since, hsve been found
tbey were in the safe til Uie tlmel
Th deficit in th accounts of Ex Stat Tree.
urer McMeana, of California, is $108,000.-
Proeeedingi have been commenced against hia
Sixty one carpenters have been recently dia
charged at the Brooklyn Navy Yard; fifty
jolnera. followed on Friday, and th "anvil
chorus" of a whole batch of blacksmiths ceased
yesterday, (Mondsy.)
The snnlvsnsry of the birthday of Thomas
Jefferson waa celebrated in Boston, on ths
evening of April 13, by t btnquet tt Perkct't
The Hon. George Boutwell pretided, ind made
th opening speech of the evening.
The Needlewoman's Friend Society, of Bos.
ton, has paid for women's work during the past
yesr the eum of $.1,000. One hundred women
hive been employed. The whole expenses of
the Society sre bnt about $1 ,000 a year. Mr.
A. L. Wale is elected President for 18.19
The Sisters of Chrity have opened a new
school for destitute children in Ban Francisco.
The Herald :s;s that ia the school sll nation
alltiea are represented. Children of French
Spanish, South American, Mexican, Irish and
American parentage, are among the pupil.
During the put year ending March 1st, titer
were 7,610 person relieved at the office ef the
superintendent of the Poor for the Eastern Dis
tnct of New York city. Number of families
relieved, 1,023. Amount expended, $6,93331.
About eight hundred tun of coal were distrib
At the annual meeting of the London Literary
Fuud, Mr. Charles Dicken communicated the
noble offer of a friend of literature to give
10,000 in money and 17,000 volume of book
to the corporation, on condition that certs
refurms, calculated to increase the utility of
tne fuod, were ado; 'ad.
ST The following lines are inscribed on John
Howard Payne's tomb, at Tunis
Sure when the gentle spirit fled
To realms beyond the saurs dome
Wllh arms outstretched, find's amrel'.
"Welcome to Heaven 'a 'Horn Sweet Htmtl' "
A SITUATION in a Wholesale or Retail
Grooerv Htora. bv a vonnr mui. s?n ar.nnaiii.
etl with the bui i tie, Gotx! reieranuea civti be tivma.
aYiMv A II tt tuiw 1M O i
BQL. LUNCH everyday, at the "Metrd
elitan," at 10 o'clock. apra
Chance for Business Investment.
WILL be sold or exohanged for city prop
ertv.B atook of Drv GoimIi mri n...i.. .....
ly new, together with the building, a two story
frame, sltusted In a small village near Ilayton. Also
new dwelling house, containing six rooms, with
isrge barn and good orchard.
The stand Is a good onr, with a good run or bul
aess, and the goods all desirable. This Is a rare op
portunity, when but tittle or no money la required.
-!- wm r.mmi9 Agent, iniru streel.
Flax MUI for Sale.
TIIK large Mill built by the "Dayton Flax
Co.," with I awes of ground, 1 oRered for sale,
at a bargain.
it naa all tne machinery necessary for doing a
rge business, complete and In tootl order. The
property will be sold on the most ressonable terms
on application to CHAD. K. CLABKK,
aprai Heal Katata Agent, Third street.
CJTOKE ROOM No. 85, on Jeflerion tercet,
between Market and 4th streets, west side.
Juatioe of the Peace,
On Jeffertoa street, near the corner ef Third,
in room formerly occupied by Justice Tor reuse.
Particular attention paid todrawlng Deeds. Mort-
gages, Contractc. lion
il, snd Legal t apere.
Also, collections promptly made,
Light for the Million !
Cost only One Cent an Hour.
THK iiitroduction of MACK'S PORTABLE
UAKUKNKUATOH Into thta oltv hia dtmon.
tratexl the fact aoaoaloutly dealrctl, that Uai Light
biiw wniuu wic t men 01 an. if no Ottl LIuHTs
thoplaoeaof INJiUMKY and t ha M ANMIONM ol the
WKAI.THY. but will dlapel the dtrkneea from the
HoMICSof thoee in the humbler walk of life. rain.
derifLf them ahfertut and happy, by placing UA
wiiiuu mrir aueiain. van n i. Ajmgaou nro.'
Han) ware Store. Main atreet. Datoa. and witamv
tit aucoeaaful triumph ol thl light over nil other.
aii ine wan. inn mna rarioua actirna or LAMPS.
Halla, Parlor, and C'hurchee, which aerva tbe
double DUrlKWM Of OHN AMklNT aatid I.ILMT sis.m-
double purpottee of OKN AMtNT and LIGHT, ooa-
atauUy on hand and ready to put up on ahort no-
tiee. Arraitirementa no be uia.1 with ini.tmr.
next to Hht CouxtT CkfUftCHC, Haixa, HTOUK,
Nhops and Kt.iui.jit t, on favorable terua, anil
warranted w (five aatl atactic, t all Immediately.
a rood, and wake your aclev
W . A W. L. WlaVCHItLL.
To lioeoBo and regulifcta tuclumi ant! auo-
tioncor. in th iDOorporated Tillage of
MiamUburg, Ohio.
Hee. I. Be it ordained bv the Council at th. in.
corporate village of MUinlaburg In the tttate of
onio, tnai .rout anq alter tne Ut day ol May, M,
hell be unlawful for any peraon or peraona to
Import Into the aald rlUaf of Mtamtaburg ny
goode, ware or marehaudtM, and anil the aatne at
publlo auodob, thereon, unieee au.cn pereou or per
eoaa ahall It rat obtain from the Mayor ae 1 Koeorder
iiseaeeor permit, m wrmnir, lu aell euoh good,
warm or merohandiae, at auction, whtofa Iimum or
permit the Mayor or Meoorder are hereby author
lied toteaue, uoa pa men t to them ol the euta of
flne. t. And it further orualned. that anv imn
eon or poreoea UiMtaaad aa above, to sell any good,
weesn awiwiauuur, B.ita.a IUI niuw Ot Hie IN
required to Hie with the Keeorder a etaUnit, veri
Itejtd by hla own oath or that of hia Wrk, show lug
the groea amount of the value of th good, mrr
ehandlae and were, eo aold and ahall forthwith
pay into the corporation treasury the eum of a-4'i
peroenLoe the gruee amount of the article aold.
and flie the TrMurr'e reeelpl with Uie Iteeorder.
ac. 9. Thai if nny peraon or pei-tvon ahall vio
late the utovlilouaof thie ordaouoe, by eelling, or
oftertiiff to aell, at publlo auction, any gooda, werea
or merohaJuUee, Imported into aald village for that
riurpoa, without having Ural obtained a permit or
loua, au to do, ne provided for in aectlou -) of tbia
crdinanoe, or ahall retuee or 4Mgiet to pay aald per
ceutage Into the 0orHreUoa treaaury, ahall be
dre-med guilty of ft miadrweanor, ai d thereunoa
ahall pay ft flae of not leea than one huadmd nor
more than two hundred doiinra for th u the
eonor a lion.
hko. 4. All face and forfeiture under thia ord.
aanee ahall berevoverdia aeivil action In theoop.
poiate name of a id vilUge. beiure tl.e Mayor ol
aa:d to wo, or be lore not JualKe or the Fence ol Ml.
awl towo-hip. C. (.,. IN, Mayor.
ill lllaj
Grand Opening
N. P. Douglass & Go. 'a,
On SATURDAY, APRIL 30, we will open
lor Inspection the largest assortment of New and
Bin ana Lace
SLawli, &o,
RrerolTeted In this city. Alto at
A choice assortment of
Rich. Dress Goods.
Rlcached nod Brown 'Shectinzx. Shirtinw,
Ac Tbe best
MADE FOB $3,00.
AnO ft gOOd
11 HOOPS FOR $1,50.
No, 298, cor. of Fifth and Stone Street.
mo.t rell able house In the West.
rartlcuiar attention will be given to dyeing
Scarlet.Crlmson, Oalmoa and all other fancy colors
Crape, Broche, and printed Shawls cleaned to order
or all colore kept constantly on hand, for, aale
wholesale or retail at the old stand, the Dye House'
made to order for customers. And all Kinds or
1 a K t'arpen,
manufactured In the shortest noeslhla time t. .,,it
""'"'' ngoon stoca 01 lariiela constantly xept
cash paid for good carpet rage, or carpet raga ta
aen Inexchanreforcarnet.
I am very tlianaful to the public (or their eenerona
patronage, and respectfully solicit a continuance ol
me Mine. 1 aunu-IWOAiywi WH. TvONKa.
Thia new and beautiful atyle of RUMMRR HAT
rwirea enn lor anie by
Chamberlain & Parker,
Butter. Butter.
YOU oan alwajt find ROod ehoio Butter
at the I'reservstorv. Ea.tem u.n..
Also, Bi-gs, Meate, fresh aad dried, and U kinds of
4 LIMITED Diimhee nf .1
- atr
L. ahead uelseee Mes Is trl L .
, 1 1 . . . . . - . H.-uur
eommand eautlal of
U. The lailucemeuts oa the investmenta are ir,.
CCtoeieiierdav. A good horse .ud i,V.?-!7'nT
and all expeaaae paid, fertectaaiisiaau... 7..7L.Z-'
teeil. or the lueiiev Mfumtjul M
Aditreeefora tew day. Uiroueh rt.n.
ugh Oayton Post om.
apnie ...... luaiki ..i"5"
any quantity, sept eoaataatly hasd.
Bhoemaker a Ink. to botUea ol all elaea.
apt thi km UxKimL.
f 1 BelLa.VlBT fane. el.. . .
nerttas.al J. . -MWOintWUei
appro.al. II yos think ItdeaeVvi.
vour palroaage, t shall be themlul
torn, U4 II snail byfalur;
ogive .,, aioianMiUos.
good artiulo of Copy
Ing Ink bv the pint or quart
NI0I aew Btlikataest r the seaaoa
at I. U. elltttt
. - ...... wiu. WIllOl V.v U.U I. u
atl.ll lu lb. weel. thai
ll-hau-ut of this Ituid le JLtT
. aaHrtt
) nptiNft I
j vuiio. I
nr-U-r of Hi Pitr-'rli I
0f the emmlv M llnnlvi. i
ery snd stale of Ohio, amde at the fWwiiery ten t
Henry I.. Hrmn, a, lt.se tr. Kife4, Fveevrts I
end Tru.treeof beorge W. ".ua.rtVo 4.,
Aftaiwer i
snphla clKUimteA, lam M. mlth aae oiBeva, ?
To tne rtlte1 I will stl at f-itt.lt etietlew mill
grottn.1 Im-neolikleiy south and e-.rls of the t'IM-t. :
sati Freight and l'in,.i Uepota, twtweea tl '
hours of S and A'elocli, I'. M., on I
' SATURDAY, WAY 2?Ttt, 1R59, ' I
the Sallowing aeeerlhes ! Ret.te. sltiole In tl
ttty ( IMyton, Monta-oavry eouaty, tinUH nets j
Lot anmberea tsit apprslseel at t ,ne (
4") 00
' a '5, no
esM Lots helna nn Psker street. rWinfln k r-i -
ttanati Freight sjhI raaaenger Uepota. :
- - ALM), . , , . - r
lit aumbered M appraised at tTan.oo '
. " " , " M Wo (i
" " ' ty - ,. Tno.oo - t
"?. - ' . v " " WC
" " M O0,0B
Thee lita are aorta ef the Claelanatl Depots '
and are very desirable for dwellings. .
AISO, . , I
Irt aitmhered tail on the eorner, aprtalsed at 7l.ni l
" ' " as 4ft on Liidlnw street, no,oi
These Lota being south of Depols and oppo.lti 4
School Houae.
At th Door of the Court HoasM,
The smith kslfnf Hot Bamhered ITI.on Perry,
ML e. IBdl h e,...iu,..lM.
Tlie north t feet of Lot No. BS, oa Main
The south Hi feet of Lot No. Ml. on Mln St.,
. ... ., mmtm . i.u.u. .irevik
Bipra)sd at
BOcrt of th west, and of the south 10 feet,
of lAt No. , fronting on the alley, ap
praised at ' -
Lot No. tss, being N. Ks.t eorner oa Ba.ln
and lat at... with large Frame Warehouse,
appraised at . i
lso,oo ,
Lots No. toe at tm, of 1st street, running
naca to Hall Hoail, with Miami fonnderr
aad M.hlne shf.n. .l.lt I. . -
plred Lease to James M, Kmlth. suu-alaeil
at e on t. '
Lot No. To, with Brick Warehouse, (Vine. ' ' i
gsr Factory,) on Kaat side of Baeia, near '
let St., a.prriaed a. S.lOO.on (
The terms of esle are: Ons-tlitr ea.h l k.nrf, I
onethird In one year, and one-third in two yeare t
from day of sale, with Interest oa deferred pay- t
mnt, to lie secured by mortgage on the premises. I
To be sold as the property ot the helm of George i
W.MatlUl.ueeeated, by 'i
Rxecutor and Uuanllaa,
apris-dtt and Special Master Commlselmier. ft
' sun "
:. t -'
Millinery Goods !
. ') FOR .
ITAVK now oa hand, and shall keep
A through the season, aa elegant aesortment of
Bonnets and Hate, ef the latest and meet approved
.ll'.i4 J-adlea wishing a genteel Hat at a RaiASOM '
ABLE PHICE, are Invited to call and examine.
Bleached and Pressed la a superior manner.
aprlS-daw-wlt 47 Mij street. 1
12 1-2 eta. per Yard.
O 1ST E O A. S E
more of them, at
The Cash Store.
Chena Valenol,"
Bilk Ravelia Clot,
-' PlocolomtDl Plaida,
And Cms Orere,
Mohalra and da Balgea.
PHlcLo!" " du,.w ,toek LOW AH
apt -JOHN, VAN HOItKsn4 CO.
IN p'irH'iTMe of (tr,
rour-t, wtiltin end rrf
Boots and Shoes. ;
It. 0V. JJaris . v
Do. 79, Jefferson street,
Its of all kinds."
, AMD 0 -v' -4
All r -T.i! ' 31 - I
sail VURUti8' tuia A'ZaCCSr
Ha just rseeived anil so, eoers
The latest &'lfIc$?
Emhrseinr every v art My ef
Straw wet Palm Mjtmt llaull
MMorphyM Straw Hats!
CAP la Great variety, asil at prieee th aiost fa
Toraoie to t ureaaeera. sprUHls wtf
PURrtUANT to a former orr- r-tt,
P robot Cfmrtw Mostgoeter rouatv t-.-tliuf.
srr at public Ml at the dour ,t 11.. i:.,...t , ,..
the elty cf tlsytoB, Is Ihe.iMtuly etoresau in
THURSDAY, MAY njl"-! ' ' ,
Between the hours of 1 a"' -tii,.,L r -,f t-r-eii 1 .
dy, the Ibliowieg BWal r . r i ;. . ,., 'r
Nil J. Forsyth, daa;.J, t; t ,.' '
which reia.tiietl ui.iiKl U-t .,ut uj tjiia,-,. u,
said orWt ot O-ip-ti to will " - ,-i
Lot N...JMS, laaaul oliv of Imvtsa lilnili.-Bv.dl
apliraluvU, liw oi uvwer, a! t .''.t Li.
Ai-'-o, Lita niiiMbvretl u-.A, i,,t vai. ia eald city
ef tiaftoa (uitlmpouveu) m.1 five ol eVwe
Ct sou.we ea-a. '
A l.io, Lou numbered MS, and tb'HI, la said arty
of lras luotmpivYeS) appealard, tree ef eowsr.
kl Cull CO aaah. '
a.m lute sot to sell tat lees tnaa hatf of their sim
pr.iM-d yaiue.
lcsaiur "ai.k une-tiiire er purchai
oash os day el ..lei ooe-thinl la six euiulhs. and
oae-thlrd la twelve naoatha. LViferred pavuesu Is
seer Interest at aia per cewi., sad secure bv aaert
gas oa the prestiaea eotd.
Admlnlrtretrlx of LU J. Vani th, decM.
Thos. B- Tiltos, Atl'r. aprla-iwdaiwtt
5 S 5 tit a 1 .
Djoh H - a "s s 'III
n br' "-S hill
S-Izi-'S1 lit!
S I ! all t
(i l'"H- t ouality of peye Potatoe.
Just reeeiviMt froas the North-west, la wueis
eusditlos, and iot aaic al the store nl
P N- w,iUenc,iialv1

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