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AMUSEMENTS.
HUSTON Tr ALL 11
For Thro Nights Only I!
Thursday day a Saturday,
AftlL 11, SI AND S3, IMS,
THE roTt"DlLEWOWHED
CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS
Geoi-tfe rhrla.jr. R. M. Hoot'.
V. (omlti , -
Proprietors.
Musical Director.
BKU to annonnoe. to tha eiti untie of (Mt
ton that they wltl fire a whort series of the)
unique, original and unapproachable
- SOIREES D'ETIIIOPE,
Consisting of Vneal, instrumental, Terpsichore an
and HlstTtonte performances, nl emriret'liig a vari
ety of new Aon, Bolus, Duetts. (JhoruiPi, Dances,
Aid., together with new ami original mirli,-provok
Ing Plantation Mornes, Acta, Interlude s, Burlesque
Opera, Comply, Tragedy and Faroe, lorming a pro
gramme of uuexcei'timial.te novel t let, ami the most
atttraotlve entertainment ver offered to thecltl
sens of Dayton.
Entire change of Programme every evening!
tj for particulars im small bills,
Ad ml salon. - 30 cant a,
Doonoiffln at ? o'nloca. Knter tain meat com men
OM at 8 o'oIocm, precisely.
Front seats reserved for Ladles and Gentlemen ao
omixtnTiiif thtMn.
aprlt I.KWIH A. 7.WIM,ER, Agent.
For Cash Onlyj
AT
No. 11C, Main street.
. N.. W. WILSON
HAH JUST RECEIVED TUE BEST
and moat eompiete stock, of
spuing & summer
Boots and Shoes
Ever brought to this elty, which weremsnufristtirod
expressly io his order by JOHN H. DKTKHK, of Cin
cinnati, soknowleriged to be th. beat Boot and Shot
Manufacturer In the Wnt.
Inaddltloa I HAVE ml WILL KEEP ON HAND
a full snd varied .toon of
My Own Manufacture,
Whleh.fbrSTYI.R andUAI.ITT It CNSURPASS
F.l). I in eonrldent lean gat up
THE BEST FITTING BOOTS & SHOES
In the elty, and I will guarsntee atliiaolinn tn all
caaee. . . itcsjiectfully,
N W. WILSON,
111 Main street, 3 doora south of tha Maraet,
N. W. W. alao keeps a superior arllcla of FRENCH
BLACKING.
"No Eastern Work kept at Hals estub-
liahment
apri-da '
W R. S. AYERS
Ho. 88 Main at., opposite Court Houac,
'; DAYTON
Wholesale and ietai1 dealer in
Foreign and Doui"" F'uif' Nut?' nicklM;
eTry variety J roita hermetically
l'reserree,. lollies, Cut-
iupi,Sardin8,0si
ters, Salad Oil,
Sauoee, &a.
Wood and Willow Ware of all varitie, Chlld
ren'a Caha, Toy Wagona, Wheelbariowa, Hookini
Boraea, etc., ate. aprll
Opening Every Day!!
TO THE LADIES
THE UNDERSKJNED HAS RECEIVED
tier new Spring stook or
lailtJaery and Fancy Uooda ! 1 1
Her stook of bonnets la lsrue and consists of Silk,
Crspea, and all other Kinds that the (,rlns
Trade demands, alia Keeps alsoou hand a splendid
assortment at
Flower, Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Shemolles,
Bonnets, Laoes, Head Dreesos.Cups,
Children's Hats and Flats,
Wreaths, Frames
and Wires,
All of whleu she offers at LOW PHIOKS, at her old
and wall-known establishment. She solicit, aeon
tlnusnoe of the publlo patronage.
gBleaehlnf and Trimming done on short notloe.
MRS. N. HOWAKD,
No. US Alain street, near Fourth,
aprt-m DAYTON, OHIO. ,
OREGON
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
PHILOSOPHERS pronounoe tlio proposi
tion Irrational that, an "irreslstshle hoilr can
ererooiaeineontaot with an immovable one." Be
that as it may, one thine la certain, ami beyond sua
oessful eontradlctlon, tlmt the BfcST and I'HEAl'
KST OOOIIS aver ottered to tha people of Dayton,
are to be found at ho. SU, COH, HKIH A.NDLLAV
STREETS, where
CENJ. F. WAIT
Is now opening s large and magnlflocnt assortment of
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Jurt resolved from the Kaater Cities, and selected
by himself, expressly for Hits market. His stock Is
full, eonaUUui in part of
Fancy Silks, Challies, Brilliants, I .awns,
White good, of all descriptions, 11 o- .
aiery, Notion, eta, eto. A fine . ,
lutofSprinA Summer Sliawle,
Cape and Mantilla, a
. , , . large and splendid aa- . .
. , . : - ' sortmcntof Bon- 1 ! . .
nets, & Bon
net trim-
mings,
Every kind and variety of Hats a large
supply for young and old.
As rents and other ex
xnenses are much less East
of the "deep waters," he feclw oonrtdent In being
able to aell at lower figures, FOR T Ht CASH, than
ean be obtained elsewhere; not even excepting the
estahllshutaat presided over by the gentleman from
New York. aprU-aiudew
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE
. CONSTITUTION.
Relative to aa amendment to the Constitution, pro
viding for Anuual beaalona of the Ucueral
Assembly.
Rksolvkd, av the r.immt Asicmslv or the
Ntatc or Ohio, Tliraa-niths ol trie members or
each house oonourrlug therein, that It be snd la here
by proposed to the electors or the Ktate to vote at
th next annual October suie election, upon the ap
prova or rejection or the fullowtug amendment, as
a substitute for the first olsu-e of iiie tweuty-nuh
eeetloa of tha seeend article of the Constitution of
this Mats, to wit: "All regular sessions oi the Gener
al AMMmbly shall commence ou th Urat Monday of
January annually."
WILLIAM B. WOODH,
speaker of the Mouse ol Kepresentatlvea.
MARTIN WELKKH,
April I, ISM. fresident ol the senate.
"KCRETART OF STATU'" OFFICa!, (
Columsus, O., April 7, 106. (
I hereby certify that the foregoing Joint Resola"
ttoa, "relative to an Amendment to the Constitu
tion providlsg for Annual Sessions of the Ueuaral
' Assembly," is a true copy from tha origins! roll on
SI lathis office. A. V. hWkll.
aprlt Keoretary oi ntate.
TO DISTRICT SCHOOLS.
TWO Yonng Ladies wish eitnationa in tha
country as School Teachara. Good refersneea
will be given as to qusllrtoetlous,., by applying u
J. Z. Rscuu, at this onlc. apriw
WAKIED, ALL CONCERNED,
TH) get th Recipe, and learn how to man
JL ufscture pure, old unadulterated Liquors, from
the raw material, without using a pari iole of oils,
Mies or drugs, at a cost per gulloa less thsn the
usual prise psld for good crab elder, fcaeh article
atasul aeaoad te none ia the world.
JMNIKL I. CLARK,
apreff ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
P' rIMB APpXK3barTi, Tin prima on
Just rseeivea.
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DAYTON
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OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIIj 22, 1859.
NO. 80.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OCFIOB OP PUBLIOATIDN!
tapir DiiMiig, Third it, Rtitk ilii M,laii t Jeffermi
' "ruaiMti!
If Mallt6.0dv tnrlnk4rtnni.
10 miu pr W.k. p.y.bl. u, thomirrf.r.
niaslaaoplta.nutup lawrappara, aaaata.
Cincinnati Agency.
Tfat Oinclnoati Typa Fouodrj Oompany la
wit tliilf anthoriaed A rant to mak oontraoU
and receipt for Aureriiaomenta aubacriptioni,
Ac, in that oily.
To BnamEnMw. The Empire Job Rooma
arc io complete If ias, aed we are now prepared
to do work of all deecriptione io the beat atjle
of the art. Call In and eaamlne our work and
Irarn our price.
&T To AoraaTiaKaa. Adrertiaamanta or
Notices for th Empir mnat be handed Into
the office by fen t'euek en the day they are da
aired to be puhliihad not liter. W cannot
afrree tolnaert them after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Weekly Advertisements.
Thoae who deaire to hare adrertiaementi
inserted in the Weekly Empir thould hand
them in by Saturday morning, at the lateei
naOnr advertising patrons will peroeir
that, by oar arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always srw a
very important matter to them.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Report.
Til "Old Folk." W har th pleaaur of
announcing that th "Old Folk," under th
direction of "Nephew Jaema," will give two
concert at Haston Hall next week, on Thurs
day and Friday tveninga, 98th and 99th, Let
the word pa around.
Th Ohiiihi Hvaron Hall. Notwith
atanding th utrem bad weather last night,
the Christy Minatrela had a fair audience. We
feeleuje that had it not been for the high favor
in which thia Star Troupe it held by the pub
lie throughout the country, then would har
been no performance at th Hall last evening,
to disagreeable waa the evening. Th audience
was highly delighted with th entertainment!
there could be no doubt on this point, for th
applause which followed every stag of th
performance aufBciautly demooitrated this.
Every one with whom ws have apoken, lay it
waa th best "burnt cork" Institution they ever
We have not u. 'e spao to partioularls to-day:
indeed,1t is hardly neevsuary, for vey item of
the programme waa ao wau"t oerformed that it
woiuo. M dittculi to mak a discrimination.
W wiD observe, inprnuant, that Mr. Komn
U 1 : i ni . . .. '
... - u..u., uirector oi tea Uompany, ia a very
auperiot mu..l?a.na. ns like" upon
that
"sweetest of all iostrumenU"--the nuuevi,1"'
never before besrd In this eity. While listen.
ing to him, it seems impossible that Attnua
being can produce eu.cn exquisite strain, and
w are almost beguiled into th illusion that
the music comes from upper snbsresl Don1
fsil to hear Mr. K.; the pleaaur you will de
rir will be worth the price of a dosen ticket
Decidedly the greatest wonder in the artistic
world is that prodigy of all that is marvellous,
versatile and agile, Mtsra Eraxus, th charm
tog vocalist and personator of female character
whoa feats upon the "light fantaatio toe" are
more ethereal than thoae of any female anirel
we ever witneased in the "manes of th dancat"
But w arc particularizing! Sufflc it to say,
that everything performed is "an excellence,"
snd will bear not only especial mention, but
especial praiae. In a word, the Christy Min
strels are everything claimed for them, and
The programme for thia evening i changed
from that of last evening, with the exception
oi two or mreep'jcee which have been ifrtna
tffby th spprecistive. Among th many
novelties to-night will b onaofth richest
thint aver exhibited here n inkling of th
"P. R." and aaid to be the bast burlesqn ever
attempted; a grand contest for th champion-
snip oi America I" -JSeralsee snd J7f,JU
ut-ooyr Oeorge Christy aa "Mors i tee,
Oeorg Goes sa "Bmo hi see boy," snd Bower
ana nowara a Seconds.
The evening' ntertainment will conclude
with a highly amusing interlad entitled "Th
Uieappointed Lover, " in which MasUr Eugen
will appear as "Miss Bloomer." This it aaid
to be one of the best thing extant It will be
observed that Christy's Minstrels da not...
proauce old worn out "ssws;" every thing is
ireeu ana attractive.
1 icket can be secured through the dsv at
ui runup House, end at ShuU's. corner of 3d
and Main. Secure them earlv.
"FoaxsTAiAiKa Makuv." W hear frequent
complaints from our eitisens about tha "fore.
stalling of our market" by parsons who mak
it their business to sttead before market hoars,
snd buy np what they may desire, for th pur
pose of sailing again. Th time for opening
''" is set si a o ciecK, a, J., by ordi-
.mi ik i. do, wwiui to tinr out or
aell before that hour. We har positive infor
mation of the habitual breaking of thia ordi
nance, and we will feel compelled to attend to
tha matter if tha Market Master doe not put a
suip to it. in matter eu b attended to, eas
lly.by proper vigilance. The interest of tha
people demands that th practice complained of
D stopped. We shall notice the metier closely,
nd If w as any mora of thi "foreetallinr."
if it doe not gt a legal airing, it wiU not b
our fault.
Fxaar at Mismissuso. Mossr. Bhirch A Ge
rard bare established a ferry across tb Miami
from LhsR.R. station. Their boat is a rakish
looking vessel, of great beauty, and shoots
from shore to shore with railroad celerity. As
the operators on this craft are lip-top oaraman,
they intend challenging th "New York long
boat club" for a race, as soon aa thnw bridge
is completed. Th challenge will be open to
all natiou. t.
Buamxas Oaaaaa. By reference to s notice
in another column it will be seen that the firm
of Osnson, Bennet A Co., in the Foundry and
Stove business, hsa bean dissolved; and that
th business will hereafter be conducted at th
old stand on Id street, east of th Post office by
M. Bennet, M. Bella, (of the laU fl-m,) and
Henry Neff, under the atyl of Ned, Bennet A
Oo. Th pubii are already favorably ac
quainted with Masars. Bennet and Bells; the
aew member, Mr. NefT, is s gentlemta who hsa
acquired a good reputation in other branches of
trade, and la worthy tha confidence of the pub
lie. The new Arm is good one, and w can
recommend it to our readers.
tT Mr. Oohaa, Sit at., between Jeflsnoa and
St. Clair, hat soma of lb fiuaet work ia th
carriage and buggy line w ever aaw. Evary
style of earriag can be seen at hia manufactory;
and th work will at one recommend Itself to
thoMWhoealL B is busily og aged in BUlnc
rdert is DM wort,
Pibly operate on a smaller plan
Paovieftnit. Srjioipi On laat Monday
reapeetabl looking man cam to this city from
Ssnduaky, via Xenia, put op at the Phillip
House, registered his aam aa "A. V. I -a mar
tine," end took a room, to which hi baggage,
consisting of two carpet eaokt, waa removed.
Sooa after he proceeded to Dietrich's Drug 8 tor
(in th Phillip Bona Building,) and pur
chased two at. phial of laudanum, when he
returned to hi room. It seems that he had
everything prepared for hi "taking offl"
for fcahsd written a trashy letter addressed "To
th Unfeeling World," and a not to th Clerk
of the Phillips House; th former he placed
upon th table in hi room, and tha latter ha
managed to have sent to Mr. Leonhard. In the
mean time he took a portion of th laudanum,
and put the balance out of sight. The note Io
the Clerk requested th attendance of some pious
minister toeonsolehim in th "article of death,"
aa ha was surely going to die. Th clerk ac
companied by a minister, and several persons
about th bouse, repaired to hia room, where a
solemn seen transpired. He played up (he
agonic of dissolution and preparatory death
throes to a charm, deceiving the uninitiated In
th room. Dr. Davis was called in, however,
when he assured th company that the man waa
not in greet danger I
His story waa the old on "no occupation ;
out of money ; tired of life 1 wanted to die,"
Ac, H recovered, however, and worked npoa
th sympathies of th people so successfully by
hi disconsolate story as to receive about $25,
and a R. R. ticket to Indianapolis, to which
place he started yasterday.
On Tuesday ws were called upon by two
or three gentlemen who requested we, Would say
nothing about th unfortunate occurrence ; th
young gentleman waa to be pitied ; was low1
spirited) out of funds ; sorely repeuted of his
rash act; did not want the matter known ; Us
publication could do no good, while it would
annoy the yonng man ; and "all that kind
of thing." We had already written out
an item in regard to the affair, from information
received from parties present at the tragedy ;
but suppressed it. It it very probable that
hereafter we will pursue the course in deem
beet, In regard to such matters. The result
has proved the correctness of our opinion formed
at tha time, that the thing was a hotx, on the
"confidence" planto obtain a "raise," and that
it ought to be exposed at once,
The Conductor of the Ssnduaky down train
yesterday, brought the inferMfina intelligence
that Lamertine had, played precisely the ssme
trick in Ssnduaky, the other day, with the same
auecess. He procured about $40 ia cash, an I a
free ticket on th road to this place. Thi re,
as here, h prevailed upon th people not to
'- 111 Ik. n.n.rl U. h..
ably eucceeded ia "doing" the rwoi.i iT-v-' '
apolia, by this time ; and will doubtless for th
present retire to the rural districts, where he
ETMiamlsburg is improving very fast
many respects. Buildings are going up in dif
ferent parts of the town, snd th evidences of
healthy prosperity are every where plainly die
eernabla. The business house recently erected
by Wm . Hoff.Etq., deserves particular mention,
but we have only time to say that it is a very
tine structure, built of Dsyton msrble, In mod
era style, and is three stories high. The low.
er story is an elegant store room; the second
story Is used principally for a ware room for
good, etc., and th third story is boing com
pleted for Msson and Odd Fellow Halls, we
learn. The buildiog would be a credit to any
place. Wears pleased to note that the 'Burg
is going sneaa more rapidly than ever before,
CTHeckler, Remley A Maxton, 9d street,
near Main, have again received a new stock of
very fine China, Plated ware, and Queenswar
goods. They hare now as good a variety a
can be round in Cincinnati, in the retail trade,
and they afford them at as low prices. They
havs been tmnsacting a very heavy business
for the last three or four weeks, and it is not
diminishing. Ws sre glad to hear this, as they
deserve all they get. Call and examine their
nice goods.
Easts 1 Sunday will be Kasterl The little
oaea are already making oalculationa with
gard to the color of the egga which the rabbits
will bring them I They can think of Eaater in
no other connection than with colored eggs.
ws nope the little folks will not hi ditappoim
ted in their xpectatiooa The cost and troub
le of pleasing them is light; "don't forget the
children."
IT There seem to be a demand for tha ret
port of the Sickles trial. We give an epitome of
it to'day by request ; but we cannot see whst
interest detached portions of it esn be to our
readers, especially aa w bav given little evi
dence for th defense, From present appearan
ce, w judg that th thing ia nearly to its close;
that th "learned counsel" will soon commence
their arguments, " We hope the affair will aooa
terminate, for it ia becoming a "terrible bore.
CT John, Van Doren A Co., offer a store room
for rent. Ho. 8S, Jefferson st, between Market
and 4th street. It is located in a good place,
and la offered on fair terms. It is suitable for
almost any kind of trad.
CTThoM who expect to get some of those
extra potato at Brandenburg's, No- 300, 3d
St., mast go soon. They are being taken away
very fast. They are a superior article, and those
who want to plant good potatoes should secure
a aupply at onoe.
IT The "dipping" at Hurler's has been live
ly during the week . We learn that a basket of
auckera waa taken out there, yesterdsy ; but the
report needs confirmation.
Cuba I. 0. 8. M. The Clevelsud Plsin
Dealer baa intelligence to the effect list dele
gate of th 1.0. B. M, throughout th Union
met st Columbus on last Friday evening, and
resolved ia eonsequenc of th threatened
troubles ia Cuba, to send a delegate ambaaaa-
dor to that Island to ksep th Order la thi
eoantry posted ia regard to certain matter.
There ar now upon that lovely gem of th sea
ight thousand Bona. Mr. Alf Burnett waa
unanimously elected Ambassador of the Grand
Lodge of tho United Statea. Hs was tele
graphed at Cincinnati and immediately
accepted th important trust. An outfit of an
thousand firs husdred dollars wss granted
him. The well knowa abilities of Mr. B. and
th friendly feeling axialiug between the lodge
there and thoae in this country, will be turfl-
cient guarantee that thia affair will terminal
amicably. H will il for Havanna immedi
ately after fulfilling some tw professional eu
gsgsmeut." It was a lucky thought, th Ulegraphia
All. Burnetii And how clever In Alf. assswifi
! accepting the outfit I How kind in Alf.
to lessen hi engagement with th people,
and hew honorable to fulfill theas, bforh
would promise any thing else I Th people
will aheriah him I The Grand Lodge of the U.
8. know beant-rthsy know Alf. lis Is "var
juiwhwr
of
U
(TjPoor Blake la dead I Well, we or only
urpriaed that be endured so long. His Course
of life for the. lest five yesrt would drive any
on to th grave. Ram snd society did lt th
peculiar soiiety hi which he moved haa brought
many good fi fowato a gloomy grave; It never
destroyed a better fellow. "
Fred Blak waa a m-hnnl tny play male of
our. . He was a bright feilow, generona t hie
fellows, and a general favorite. His school
days wer creditably employed, and he went
to The University. We fear that was the date
of Fred's retrograde io life. We aaw him only
occasionally; he was rather wild, snd ws
thought ws detected tb (cent of alcohol upon
his breath. And then hs was not punctual, ss
he used to be; w could not exactly depend
upon hi promises, and hi want of truthful.
neaa pained us. At length he graduated, with
th higheat honor of hia claas. W remember
th occasion of hi return home; a large party
was given, by hi father in honor of tha success
of his cherished boy. On that craning, Fred
retired early; it was aaid he was taken audden
ly ill, while it waa whispered about that he
was overcome with drink I
We cannot trace Fred Blake along hit career
of alternate reform and dltaipttion. The ten
dency was downward. ' At the point where
his father in very dispair turned him out upon
the world, we lost sight of him, for he departs
ed no one knew where. '
Last week ws stood by his death bed. He
had returned from several years' wandering, a
wreck of mind snd body. He had returned to
die, he aaid, where he was born. We would
not have recognized him, had we seen him any
where else than we expected to see him. When
we approached him he called . us by name, and
all be uttered In response to our inquiry aa to
how he felt, was 'Hunt" . His convulsions
were terrible; and in agony of soul snd body
he would scream thatsignificsntword;to every
question .every request came the answer "Ruml"
Fainter and fainter grew his voice, until he
ceased to articulstv; yet his lips continued to
move Noticing that he moved, snd fsiutly
made some sign, we lesned over his pillow,
thinking he had something to oorumunicate.
Hiseyes glared fearfully upon us, while he gasp
ed "R u-m I" His parents snd sisters gathered
close to hia side, to lake a laat look upon hia
living form; but his eyes were closed; hia jaw
had fallen; he had died with the name of bis
deatruction npon his laat breath 1
Poor Blake is dead I Another light of most
brilliant proipiee has been extinguished by
Rum. Society stands by, snd while it does
"flt ejiplsH ih doings of tho monster, it per
mits its sacrifices.
CTWa lately Informed our readers, as an
Item of news, thst Uueon Victoris hsd bestowed
inpon Captain William N. Hudson of the U. 8.
V vOKens oj merit ana aome memorials
Nsvy.suu.. .ced in the laying of the
honor for being eu.-, -:. i -thr.t has
Atlantic Gable. We know of no eveu
happened for aome time which more clearly
exhibits the peculiar nature, fitness and power
of our Republican institution.v'lIt.s.i,,en
Victoria on thi one hand, who can Lraceback
her origin to the hordes of Northern pirates,
who, under different names, devastated Enron
in the Middle Agea a perfect representative of
laruuy noniuiy anu toe exciusiveness of caste.
On the other hand, here ia William N.Hudson,
who commenced life as a baker's boy in Brook
lyn, with but one shirt and a ragged pair of
pantaloons.
trat-The Covington Ind., Demoorat re-
Sorte the death of a boy named I'erry Stra
er, by the accidental disc-barge of a gun
while hunting. Probably the good old way
of "blowing in the muzzle" was the way he
ha took to get ont of thia world.
WANTED,
A SITUATION in a Wholesale or Retail
Grocery Htore. bv a voune man. well
ed with the business. Good references can be given.
Address A. 0. a., box 46, P. O.
aprlS
H LUNCH everyday, at the "Metro
elltan," at 10 o'eloek. aprfl
W
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Charles Aubert's Estate.
$4,000 Worth of Jewelry.
AMD
11,000 worth of other Penonal Property
At ruftiio uie by
ADM'R. OP CHARLES AUHERT, DEO'D
r I 1IE persona property belonging to estate
Of Chirltl AtllH.tlMeiVMMl.ranBlstlriaT nf l.r-ra
of every kind, on tlnrk brown a year old oolt, one line
iiniiinrr ui sum auu aiivtvr iuum. e ncai. iMWAir-v
rosewooa ai octave piano forte, household and
kitchen furniture ami other personal property, will
i sold at public veudue, at the late store room and
rei.denoeof the deceased, in bittuD.ohia nuTm..
day, the 10th day of May. oommeiiolna; at 10
v ijs.- m vise loreuouu, aim Will OODUIiUtr iruJU Uaj
today thereafter till the itronarl la all mM.
Terms of Hale All urns under to he oath) all
uiubj BMruve mu uuuer ov, hi ie mree months cretin;
all sums above 60 and under luo. to haul mnnti.a
oredlt; and all iumr of I and over, S month credit.
In all cases of oredlt. the purchaser to (rive his note
with a u uroved personal securltv. for innunt mir.
wttavmvTS! , nj law lilrai irUIO UV OI UW.
kid waUhes. clocks and jewelry are
(duality. and were selected with ria
Mr. Auhert durlnc his lifetime, for the ratail trnji.
iu i ne ciiy oi Aay .on ana virinir
aUITiaVU It
K. BOLT1N, Administrator.
NOTICE.
UEALED Proposal will be reoeived at tbs
' City Clara
city Clara's omoe.
up to Msy td, IBM, to grade
and gravel urchard street; slso, to grade'and g
el Wayne street, at the intersection with X,
Avenue, wrsvei ro ne taken Iroin the streets, and
aurpius earm to lie aeposlled la the sravel lilt i
pits. Bids must he upon the cubic yard.
n.LiiiNo i.ouny,
sprW-lwd Clly Clerk.
DISSOLUTION.
'PUB o-parlnersbip of Ganson, Beanet
A a Co, waa dissolved on the IBih dav oi Auril.
uj niuiu.1 uuu. aii persons Knowing rnm
selves Indebted to ssid firm are requested to call at
ine oia store, vru intrq at., and settle.
s.. t.Ansir4,
M. BKNNrT,
Dsyton, April M, 'as. M. LtLU.
C -PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
ir BKNNKTand M. Bells, of the lata Arm of fin.
itl son. SJennet Co.. hsve associated with tl,m
llsnry NerT.aod will continue Ilia k'ouiuirv and htuv.
uiauiBM unuer tne siyi oi
ir-sw nary, ssnss r ai cti.
Skirts, Skirts.
Holmes' Imperial, Helf-adjualing Netted
SOMBTHINO NEW AND BUPJBHIOR.
Douglas A Sherwood's Adjustable Bustle
SKIETS.
25, 27 and 30 Springs, PICOLOMIM
SKIRTS
Just NOttved and for sals at eash prieee.
ipm JOHN, VAN HOMkN a CO.
FOR RENT.
CTOKK ROOM No. 85, on Jeflereon atreet,
betwesa Market and 4th street, west sloe.
Apply to
aprsi
JOHN, VAN DO P. KM CO.
JAMES irjEHER,
Jnatioe of the Peace,
U'KICK, BKCKJEL BUILD1KU,
0a Jefferson street, near the corner of Third,
ia room mnaerly oeounled by Juetlee Torre no.
rartleularatlentlo paid to drawing Deeds. Mors
f sees, Coeirajls, icJi, and Legal fatwrh
Aise, soitesikMi pruatoui asad, rtl
empire: steam
P HINTING
ESTABLISHED.
Wt Sre now prepared to execute In a superior man
ner all kinds of Printing, hsvlng ,
BETTER FACILITIES
FOR DOINO
JOB WORK
of i:vi:hv Bi:icHiPTiorf.
Than any other office in the City!
New Poster Typo.
NEW CIRCULAR TYPE.
New Tjpe for All Kinds of Work!
NEW BORDERS, &0.
TWO IlOE CYLINDER PRESSES!
Two Card and Circular Tresses!
The Pnsr.rc Is Invited to call and exemlne.
" ork done at the lowest cash ratesl apr.1
Light for the Million I
Cost only One CcnFan Hour.
THE introduction of MACE'S PORTA BI.K
A GAH (JKNKXATOR Into this city has demon
strated the fact so snxlously desired, that (Jas I.iuht
Is now within 1 he resell ol all. It not only LIGHTS
theplscesof INIIUHTHV and the MANHIONSof the
WKA1.TH Y. but will dispel the darkness from the
HOMKMof those in the humbler walka of lire, ren
dering them eheeriul and happy, by placing OAS
within their means. Call at J. Laiigilnn A Ilro.'s
Hardware Store, Main street, Davton, and witness
the successful triumph ot this light over all others.
All the beautiful snd various designs of LAMPS.
BRACKKTM, PENDANTS, And CIIANIPSLIKRS.for
Halls, Parlors, snd Churches, which serve the
double purposes of OHNAMKNTand LIGHT, con
stantly on hand and ready to put up on short no
tice. Arrangements can be made with tha under
signed to light Countsv Ch uki'Hcs, Halls, H-roscs,
Mops snd Kksiiicri as. on favorable terms, and
warranted to give satisfaction. I all Immediately
while the assortment Is good, snd mske your selec-t'0""-
, , , W. A W. L. W INC HELL,
spral-lywcemadtwemeeo
CHINA,
seived 1'latedand Bro.Hpoons,eO
MUSI r
. , ..
Castors ,
T. Sets,
ii -v.
Brittania Coffee and T. Pore -
.Ch
vusispsgns, n ine and Ornamental fej
(llasses-
Tnmblars,
I'rult Bowls, XJl
China Vaaaa.
Looktna aisa.s.
And a genera laasortmeiitof !
KNIVKS AND FORKS, AC. . Z,
Give us scsll. ' r0
HKCKLKlt, HJSMLKV snd MAXTON, M
aorla .1.1 ....... - J
GLASS.
vo oiiunuiuiLLiiiiiiu. ov
MrB. H. L. WARREN,
ATo. 01 jVain ft, (cftrcen Second and Third,
W0ULD INFORM THE LADIES OF
' Davton and vlclnltv. that h t..a in(
turned from the Hast, and Is now opening the .art
bbii uu must utrnitiiiui assurimrUt Oi
Millinery Goods
- ever hus presented to hwamlnm.
ere. The assortment consists, In psrl, of a j
U0NNETS,
RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
TRIMMINGS, &C,
All of which are most fsshlonshle pstterns, and well
selected with speelsl reference to the wsnts and the
tsstes of hsr customers.
Lsdles sre Invited to call andesamlne her stock,
at her store, two doors north of the Court House.
spre-lnidaw
""ANOTHEir
Large Arrival
OP
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED TniS DAY
BYEXPEESS.
A LOT OF
Summer silks st0c., worth 76c.
Ulacle silks st Hoc., worth l.
Bl ck HI Iks st ISo , worth I.
Ksncy Bsreges ,t fco., worth 7 l,e.
Jaconet Lawns at ,o., worth Joe.
French Brlillanta st ItKjt., worth 2ee.
French Chlntis st JUc, worth ice.
Valeaeias st 96a., worth 871,0.
Valenclaa at WSy:., worth 6c.
6- i:d. Dluslln at luc, worth lse.
a-4 lll'd. Musllaat 10c., worth la'.c.
( Bales Russia Crash st 10c., worth 12),'c.
is- Toilet null is ai flo, worth t.
Together with an Elegant Line of
Silk, Grenadine, Tissue,
Barege & Organdie Robes,
Als0
tMce nnel and Bilk, Itliiutillas.
1D
PARASOLS,
That will aoatpar favorably with the above price.
Ohaa. S. Weatherbv.
119 riFl'll STHEKT,
Bat. Yin and Baca ata.,
sprlt-dlw CINCINNATI.
BOOKS
Themllowlnlag list ot NRW.BOOKH, jiut reeM.
By WII.LARU WIIEATON.
Tom Brown's Sohool Days at Rugliy.
Schools and Holidays,
First Things, - u,t
Bv R.ntn
Th Pillar of Fire, or Israel in Bondag,
By th author of "Prince of House of Israel."
Conversion of a ISkeptio Member of th
uar,
R. Slav SS Si u ,i
Qodey's Idy'a Book, fo May,
ALSO
WALL WIXDOW PAPER
K . , Tktta street, j
-THIS
.,
. ,
ys
and
-s-
TH
NI
I
j
SATURDAY, APRIL 30.
Grand Opcniimc !
or
SILK AND LAOS
MANTILLAS,
ltftirls9 .Vt?.,
AT
N. P. Douglass & Go.'s,
S. a CORN ER OF MA IN 4 MARKET.
On SATURDAY, APRIL 30, we will open
lor Inspection the largest assortment of New and
-.-, nu anu ,-ace
Mantillas,
Parasols,
fthawls, &o.
Kver nrTered In this elty. Also at a
REDUCTION !
A choice assert nieut of
Hich. Dress Goods.
Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Hhirtingr,
. Ao. Tha best
HOOP SKIRTS
MADE FOR $3,00.
AlMrsgood
, v ... . . -
STEEL SPRING SKIRT!
11 HOOrs FOR $1,50.
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.
apral
CITY DYE HQUSE.
No, 292, cor. of Fifth and Stone Streets.
IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
A most reliable houses In the West.
Particular attention will be given todyelng
CRAPE SHAWLS,
oarlet,Crlmeon, Salmon and all other fancy oolora
Crape, Uroche, sod printed shawls clcsned to order
COLORED CARPET WAHP,
Of all colors kept eonstslitly on hsnd, Tor, sale
holessle or retail at the old atand, the Dye House'
DOUBLE 4l BINOLE COVERLETS.
msde to order for customers. And all Kinds or
11 as Carpets,
msntifsrluredln the shortest noaalhle tlm. 1m ...It
customers. A good "toes of Carpets constantly sent
li.ml .ml f..r ..1a . . .
, Psia lor good carpet rags, or carpet raga te
Ken lnexchtngeforoarpet.
I am very than Kiul to the nubile Hie HmLmum,,.
patronage, and respsctfully solicit a continuance ol
Miemue. I apnu-lwa.tlywl - WM.TUHNK.IL
t3
td
bd
o
3
THE
s
i
1I.1T.
Thia aew sad beautiful atyle of RUMMER HAT
ifttw.vu ww iur sate oy
Chamberlain & Parker,
I'0 S14, THIRD STKIKT.
Butter, Butter.
VOTJ can always find (food choice Butter
.h 'eeservstory, Ksstera Market House.
Also, aggs, Meets, Irasa, and dried, and all kinds of
.apr-W ' STOViiR PFLADM.
WANTED!
LIMITED number of ilrae-olaos so
aitead BusTtaaaaa Mms Im t i
: -a. waa mm aiunortv-
blehu.iiiess-mea who e-a eommand a sspilai of
to. The inducemenuon the investment, are from
io aieperosv A good horse an buggy (ouitd,
all e peases paid. Cerleet aatlaluUuaguarau-
teed, or the money refunded.
a.o.ireas lor tsw day. through Daytoa Poet f MRee,
DANit'l, J. CLARIS
TURNER'S INK.
JNK3 OF EVERY COi.Olt AND IN
any quantity, Kept eoastsstlv on hand.
Shoemaker Ink, tn bottles ol all alssa,
iir thi Kxo ob Barriil.
Believing, rress th manufaetu
ring ImitoMance which ItsytoB has
attained In Ue west, that aaestab-li-kaseul
ef this kiad Is ssaawi
I hsie opened H, and now lireaeut
my dlarereut ooUred luv. fur your
approval. If you think it deserve.
I . 'y" snail be thankful
jr 1 1, and it uiall rear future aim
ogive you geaaial astlsiaciioa.
aiaTA (rood artiole of Copy
iK Ink ij th pint or qusrt
aprau-lwiwljw
R Polio (latette, containing the Sickles
Trial, for MIS by
ausia
D. F. B. SHUIX.
W 0e4 risk, 1 ) order aad very lew.
aevl t ). V. ejllVS B.
1 TUHsaUVS ,1
SsWlejspj,l
MnNa III
rU"j
ssriaai If
SSSS. A
A
the
aaid
api
of
at
of
st
eaah
one-third
he
gsg
s
1JI
Attractive Calol
IN pcrsnnnoe of an ordet of Ilia Superior
Court, within snd fur the eountf of Montgnn
erysnd Slsleof Ohio, msde at the February Serai,
thereof, A. D. late, In the ease of
Henry !.. rnwn, a faaae H. Klxrs.ed, veeiitors
aad Trusteeo of Ueorge W. Hmilh.des'd.,
AOAISST
Snphl ft. Klersted, Jseses Nt, Smith and others.
To ase dtreete. I will sell ft imbHe amrtlm n thai.
ground Imraeillstely south and north of 'he Clnsin
nsll Freight snd Passenger Depots, between tit
hours of I and S o'slook, P. M ., on
SATURDAT, MAY 28TH, 1850, -The
fallowing deecrliHHl Real Rstste, situate In h
elty of llsyloa, Montgomery senaty, C4iUx Being
Lot anmbersd sail appraised at asm.o
, SA.S " lIM
' " sum aoo.o
" " sms rrs.o
" sia
' tswr - sw.no
ssr m it goons
" " "l " M sno.oo
h (ess -in h . srai.os
II go M (00,0
Said Lota being on Raker street, fronting the CI
elnnatl Freight and Passenger Depots.
ALKO,
ls numbered tsta spprslsed at aisn.no
" " less " 7oo.no
" seal Ton.oo
" ssss , inn.oo
" " atul ann.no
" SM 000,00
These Lots sre north of th Claslnnatt Depots,
and are very desirable for dwellings.
ALSO,
Lot numbered Mis on the comer, aprralsed at Tfto.tx)
" M ssis on Ludlow street, ' oo tie
These lts being south of Depots and opposite
school House,
ALSO,
At tha Doer of th) Court Bout,
The south half of Lot numbered !71,oa Perry ,
net. am anu oin ais.,appraisen (
700,00
ALSO,
The north 0H feet of Lot No. an, on Msln
St., spprslrd at S.soo.M
The south lis feet of Lot No. 90 nn Msln St.,
east side, bet. Slh and Franklin streets,
sppr.iuvt st amo I 1
so oft ol the west, and of the south 7 feet, '
of l.ot No. Si, tntntlng on the site, ap- f '
praised st ' !,Oo'
Lot No. ess, being N. Rest corner on Tlssln
and 1st it.., with large Frame Warehouse,
spprslsed st - l,MO,00
Lots No. swi at sag, of 1st .tree), running
bnck to Rstl Road, with Mlsrnl Foundery
and Ma3hlne Nhops, HUtect to an unea- . : .
plred Lease to James M. Hmlth, appraised
at t,700,eo
mh 1.0. rm,wun mm. .-v arvnoilse, (Vine-
gar Factory,) on Fast side of Bssln, near
1st St., ssprslsed st .
loo.en
The terme of ssle srei one-thlrd essh In handi
one-third in one yesr, snd one-third In two years
from dsy of sale, with intere-t on deferred pay
ments, to be secured by mortgage on the premises.
To be sold aa the property of the heirs of Oeorge
W. Smith, deceased, hy
MF.NRT L. BROWN,
Ksecutor snd (Guardian,
aprlsVdtt and speelal Msster Commissioner.
BONNETS
AMD
Millinery Goods !
SPRING & SUMMER.
117AVK now on band, and shall keep
through the season, an elegant assortment of
Bnnneta and Hats, ef the latest and moet approved
styles. Ladles wishing a genteel Hat at a KKAiON
ABLK 1'HK 1l, are Invited to sail and examine
OLD BONNETS REPAIRED.
Dleaehed and Presed in a superior manner.
A. DANIELS.
apr!8-(Uwwlt
47 Main street.
12 1-2 cts. per Yard.
BALZAHINES!
JUST RECEIVED
ONE O A. 8 E
more of them, at
The Cash Store.
JOHN, VAN DOREN CO.
aprlS
TRAVELLNQ DRESS GOODS.
vnana vaienola.
Bilk RnvoUa Cloth,
Plooolomlnl Plaids,
And Croas Over.
Mobalra and da Balgea.
dsslrsble stock at LOW
ins..
A Isrgs
PH1CF.S.
apr
CASH
jjysss ana lu
Boots and SkoeB.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT
1 Bavis
B. N. DAVIS',
B. N. DAVIS',
Do. 79, Jefferson street,
0.
aprlt
HATS OF ALL KINDS.
AMD OS
AU Qualities and Prices!
HI, Ml IBDWa
Has just received aad ao offers
The Latest Styles
OF
HATS & CAPS!
Embracing every variety of
CASS1MERE AND SILK,
Straw aad Fat lets iArmf llata 1 1
"Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 DOZ. SCOTCH CAPS,
CAW I Great variety, and st prieee the most fa
vorable to purchasers. apria-dawtf
hn
fill
j3
lull
Kill
!E5 Ol- I 5
n
O
a a
sf "
Q5 " ,- ft 'S
O i
BALB OF REAL ESTATE.
DUILSUANT to s former order from ,k.
Probate Courtof af outgomery eouaty, 1 wltlof
Sr at publlo ..Is st the door ol ths Cuurt House 1
elty ef Dayton, Uthssouuty aforesaid, oa '
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1859.
Between the hour or t and s o'clock P. If. of said
the tuilowlng Hsai k.tata, aa the proirt of
J- Forsyth, deceased, (being thai portion of same
which remained unsold for wsat of bidders under
order of Court) to wlti
I
Lot No. atas, lu ssid sit; of Dsytoa (UBlanrovedl
rpralscd, tree of dower, st SsuO.eo. '
AI0. lits numbered isms, and sere. I. ..is -
Daitoa (uiumpfoved) appraised, free of dower,
jo,ou each. '
A Lso, Lot. numbered jsss, and trio, In ssid ettv
D.ytoa (unimproved) spprslsed, free of dower,
suo.eo eaeh. '
aid lots not to sell for less than half of their eu
prsised vslue. '
issa. u nsLEvas-third of purchase maaev
oa day oi aale) oue-Uiird tn sis months, aad
in twelve months. Deferred payments to
Interest at sla par seat., aad secured by mart,
est the p rem im sold. '
... . KtTTH B- FORSYTH,
AdmlnlrtrarrUor KU J. Foist th.dscM.
Taioa. B. Tiltob, Att'y. sprls-lwu.tt
"PINK BYES.'
rn Bt'SH. beet a
lust teoelvad fi
beet nualltv of Ptnlctva Puim.
list reoeived fn-.a, the North-weak, ia n,imTl
eoadltloB, aad for sale at tnr store f
r , ft. o
U IO F-1 . B a. B
W. U. aU-AMn-MimGeadCO.,
P" i.,3Isiisal,i)aytvB

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