OCR Interpretation


Dayton daily empire. [volume] (Dayton [Ohio]) 1850-1865, April 25, 1859, Image 1

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85026002/1859-04-25/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

AMUSEMENTS.
OLD FOLKS' CONCERT
t -- - m i
Th "Old folk" of On"" "W the di ration of
rauv may uq a is piiaw ..." will in
Grand Ooncorts
HUSTON HALL,
05 THUHSDAT ft 7EISAT EYES.,
APRit tin abb tsnr,
Zxx Antique Costume !
WITH A ALMOST
ENTIRK CHANGE OF PROGRAMME I
st" Doors pee at V o'clock. Grand Knlry, at
e'cloek. Prloe of dl.smB, M wnti, Ticket m.y
b. bad at Mm MusU and Book Mora. aprSt
For Cash Oni) j
AT
No. 116, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
HAS JVPT RECKIVKD THK BEST
and west complete itoek of
SPBING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Krer browjrht to thin city, which werr msnufaetured
expressly to his order by JOHN H. DKTKRH, of C)n
riauati, aefcaowledired to both best Boot and Shoe:
Muultum la the WMt.
ln.wWit.OBl HAVE and WILL KFKPON HAND
m full md varied stoes of
lily Own Manufacture,
WhUh.torPTTLR andQUALITTli CNftURPASS
11 1 em confidant 1 eaa get up
TUB BEST FITTING BOOTa HHOF.S
la th lty, aad I will fuarante aatialactloa la all
ease. Respectfully,
H W. WILSON,
lit Mala street, t doors anuth of the Market.
M. W. W. alao kMpa a superior article of FRENCH
BLACKING.
' SsSrNo Eastern Work kept at this estab
. Ushment.
apN-da
Wo. 88 Main at.,oppaatta Court Houer,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pioklet;
every variety of Fruiti bermetioally
ealed in tin and class,
Preserves .Jellies, Cat
sups, Sardine, Oyai
ten, Salad Oil,
Sauoe, &o.
Wood and Willow Wara of all varieties, Child
ren's Cab, Toy Wafooa, Wheelbarrow, Hocking
oreea,te.,tc. aprlt
Opening Every Day! I
TO THE LADIES
THE UNDERSIGNED UA8 RECEIVED
bar HW Spring Stock of
millaerr anal Fanejr Oooda 1 1 1
Hit atoek of bonnets la Urge and eonalata of Cllk,
Straw, Crape, and all other Hindi that the Spring
Trad damandi. aha seepa alaoon hand a splendid
aeeortment of
Flowera, Bibbons, Silk, Crapea, Bbemellea,
Bonneta, Laces, Head Dreaaea,Capa,
Children! II aU and Flata,
Wreaths, Frames
and Wires,
All of whlou aha offers at LOW PRICKS, at her old
and woll-knowa oatabltahmant. aha solicit . a oa
ttauaac of the public patronaff.
fciRIchliur and Trimming done oa ihort notice.
MRS. N. HOWARD,
No. Us Mala street, near Fourth,
aprl-tm DAYTON, OHIO.
Charles Aubert' s Estate.
$4,000 Worth or Jewelry,
AND
11.000 worth of other Personal Property
At PubUc tat by
ADM'R. OF CHARLES AUBERT. BKO'D
nITE pertOD&l property belonging to estate
A of Charles Aubertdeceasedyoonsietlngof a large
ttsberof gold and silver watches, eloeks, Jewelry
ot ererjf kind, one dark brown 8 year old oolt, ooe line
rosewood six oc tare ptano forte, household and
kitchen furniture and other personal property, will
he sold at public vendue, at the late store room and
residence of the deceased, In Dayton, Ohio, on Tues
day, the 10th day of May, 186.. eoinmenciuf at 10
o'tiloeK In the forenoon, and will continue from day
today thereafter till the property Is all oold.
Terms of Kale All sums under to bceash, ftll
auma above ft and under 60, to be three months credit,
all mm above 60 and under 100, to be six months
credit and all sumr of ! and over, ft months oredlt.
la all oases of credit, the purchaser to give nil note
with approved personal security, for amount pur
chased, to bear interest from day of sale.
Held watches, clocks and Jewelry are all of the
keek quality, ana were selected with gieat care by
Mr. Aubert during his Mistime, for the retail trade
In the city of liaytoa and vicinity.
pr9t-dtt 8 BOLT1N, Administrator.
'59 SPRING HULLINERY. '59
Mrs. XL L.WARREN,
No. 61 Main st, bctrteit Second and Third,
WOULD INFORM THE LADIES OF
Dsytoa and vicinity, that aha haa Just -euraed
from the Ka.t, and 1. now opening the laxg
eat aad aot beautiful assortment of
Millinery Goods
That kas over before been presented to her custom
ere, Xleaseortsut coiisisU, lopart, of kM v
BONNETS,
RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
TRIMMINaS,&C,
All of which are most fashionable patterns, and well
elected with special reterence to the wants and the
tastes of her sustomere.
Ladles are In vited to call and examine her stock,
M her Mtore, two doors north of the Court House.
nprevimdaw
12 1-2 eta. per Yard.
BAIiZAniNES!
JUST RECEIVED
ONE CASE
more si them, at
The Cash Store
tOJUt. TAX DOM IT a CO,
5 a& 5 la 1 & 2
,lPO9 1e.
pit
I
mm
VOL. X.
IT
tat
DAYTON
OHIO, MONDAY, MRU 25, 1S3J).
NO. 82.
THE DAILY EMPIRE
owwioai oa puoiciorioNt
latin BsiUing. TkiH tt, Stilk AU keL. Itii i Ultmi
B H.ITaa.OOaev yaevlaodTenee.
10 eeaManr Wr:k. prabl. t tiaeearrler.
Slaal. eoplee.autaa lnwr.ao.re. Seente.
Cincinnati Agency.
The Olnelanati Trno Fonndrr Comnenr ia
onr dulf anthoriaod ARant to make eontraeta
aad receipt for Adremeemrnta aubaeriptions,
dte., ia tbat eity.
To BoaiaiaaMaii. Tha Empire Job Room.
are la eoaiplote trim, and we are aow prepared
to do work of all deaeriptioos ia the best atyle
eftbeari. Call In and examine eor work and
learn onr primes.
IT To ADTsanaaas. aVdrertiaemeiits or
Notices for ths Empire must be banded Into
the office bj lea t'cUek on tbs day they are de
sired to be published no! iefr. We eanaot
eeree to insert them after tbat hoar.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Weekly Advertisements.
Those who desire to hay advertisements
Inserted In the Weekly Empire should hand
them In by Saturday morning;, st the latest
lft)Our advertising patron will perceive
that, by oat arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always it no a
very Important matter to them.
CTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
tTSee aale of Real Batata, by order of Court
to com off to morrow.
FssaoirAb Bro. Hill, of the Springfield Press
fsrored as with a friendly call on Saturday en
ing. Ha reports the Democracy of Clarke la
good eooditioa ; a report which ia certainly
true, from the fact tbat they extend a hearty
support to tbsir ooonty paper. Ths De kmc ra
cy of Clarke hare pesos within their borders;
and although the opposition far out number
them, they propose next fall to throw their
ranks into ronfueion, and greatly decrease their
numbers.
CTTba Odd Fellows' Fsir commence at
Deckel's Hall thiaevening The Managers bars
been at considerable expense and trouble to get
up an entertainment for svery evening this
week, which will in every regard, it is claimed.
eclipse any fair heretofore held in Dayton. Tbs
gold snd faney gooda to be sold one evening
this week, ere on exhibition at Lafee's Jewelry
Store, 3d at, where any information in regard
to the articles, and terms of sals will be cheer,
fully given.
Oaan rsoM ma Chbistt's W publish tos
dsy the reply of the Proprietors of George
Christy's liiastrels, in answer to a card from
many of oar eitlsene, inviting them tn give one
or more of their excellent entertainmenta in this
city, after the eloss of tbsir sogsgement in Cin
cinnati. We are pleased to notice that they
have consented to give a Concert here on their
return from Cincinnati to the East, which will
be in about three weeks.
Their entertainment at Huston Hsll on Sat
urday availing wsa a success, the Hsll being
crowded, and the audience enjoying the per
formance hngely. They will be welcomed
back again.
"Old Folks" TsuaansT aid Fawar Kra
i.w's. This is a holiday week, and we will
have our timataksa up with continuous attrac
tions. We feel aure, however, that prominent
in these attractions will be the Concerts of ths
"Old Folks" on Thursday and Friday evenings.
With this announcement we might stop, with
ths assurance that a "note would be made of
the fact, for future uae ; " but we will add tbat
more than Banal efforts, are being made by the
company to present the progremme,on the even
ings named, in a manner that will leave noth
ing to be wished for. Having the experience
their former concerts, they will add many at
tractions and points of interest to the forthoom-
iug entertainments. In a word they will throw
in the sbsds every thing in the concert line ever
before given in Dayton. Every body will went
to bs present, and we counsel oar frienda to
secure tickets before the evenings of the con
certs. Tickets can be procured at the Book
and Music B tores of the eity.
CisnsNa. Evsry property owner wants a
eiatsrn; and when they eaa get them construc
ted st the rates asked now a days, there is no
excuse for not having them. We refer our
readers to the advertisement of If. Best, in
another column. He is now prepared to ab
tend to work ia the beet order.
ID" Bear in mind that O. Oibbee Mayo, Ksq.
of Cincinnati, will deliver a free lecture on to
morrow evening at Wesley Ohspel, Sd St., com
mencing at half Mat 7 o'clock. Subject:
"Mind and the Improvement of Memory."
We have examined Mr. M.'a aystam, and are
favorably imweased with its bnportsnee. Ws
have no doubt but that, when the matter is in
vestigated by students and profeesional men,
the system will at onee be adopted by them .
GauT Babouw Oaasoa or Btrenrsas, Mr.
Eapich, furniture manufacturer and dealer,
Main street above second, contemplates chang
ing his business ia a abort time, and oftere his
large and elegant stock of furniture at 7hole
e prices. This will afford a rare chance to
the public, aad all who desire to get extra Sao
furniture at low prices, should avail thsmaalvee
of en opportunity thsy will probably never
have again. His stock of fine, medium aad
plain furniture ie sot excelled any where.
Don't neglect the chance.
CTSlover aad PfUcm, at the New Market
Houae Preeervatory, hav en hand, and are
eonttanlly receiving, fresh meats of superior
excellence, which they sell at a little) lower
prist than poor meet ia obtained; aad they
keep oa hand butter, eggs, and produce, which
they sntod at less price than the same eaa
generally bs had ia markst. Thsy also have
prime groceries, and a great many articles for
lbs public nee, which they offer at the lowest
cash rates. Measra. 8. at P. are gaatleawnad
liberal dealers, and the people will tad it ad
vantageous to deal at their place.
Maiukq NswfrAria. Messrs. R. W. A D.
Davis, of Xsnia, 0., have invented a machlee
for printing the address of subscribers oa new a
papers, which will obviate the alow task of
wriliog the aemea, aeeomplishing the work at
ti e rate of tea thouaand per hour I This will
be a great instltutioa, aad if h prove accepta
ble to tbs craft, will and a lodgment ia every
printing office of Mandiag in the eouatryv
Ths inventors have applied for a patent. Any
information which may be desired with regard
to ths ssw invention eaa be obtained by ad
dressing the Messrs. Davie, at Zsois, Greene
0o..O.
ITJeokuM asys if it ia the iateatioa of the
elements to wash aseat, they are moving ia
the right direction, Uh prospect af soecesdi
Oon Follow CsLianos. To morrow the
Odd Fellows of this City, and visiting Breth
ren from different points, will have a grand
celebration la this eity. It is expected that, if
the weather will perm it, the tnrneut to morrow
will be one of Ihe most imposing snd exten.
slve ever hsd ia this eity. Although the pros
pect at the present writing looks gloomy, ws
entertain the hope that In the plenitude ef
change With which we are aiwred in this me
ridian, ws may be lucky enough to hsvs a
clear dsy. In any event, tbe work of preps
ration will be made for a brilliant time, and
we will hope for the best
The preparations for ths eoterteintnent st the
Phillips House to morrow evening are going
on In approved order, and we predict that it
will be ea "occasion long remembered." Mr.
Hubbell will leave nothing to be desired un
lees it be a repetition of the same thing st sn
sstly dsy.
Ax Anwxa swo Riplt Ths Jsckaon Mis
sissipplsn, ac intense Southern fire eating jour
asl, which is anxious the South ahould go out
of the Union, recently put the query to tbe
Memphis (Tenn.) Enquirer, whether It was not
in favor of Southern secession from ths Union,
if a Republican ahould be elected President in
1BG0. The Enquirer responds "that It sub
scribes to no such doctrines," aa resisting the
ineugnrstion of a President constitutionslly
sleeted, and that it will resist it to the utmost,
and it adda that until the Southern people are
struck wilh judicial blindness, itcsn never take
a deep hold anon the public mind. It asenres
the Mississippisn, that it and ita friends will
hare a sharp time before they are able to dis
solve the Union.
liy The wheat crop in this Valley increases
in promise as the aesson advancee. We have
information from the neighborhoods in this
vicinity to the effect thst "the wheat, generally,
sever looked better at this sesson of ths year,
Some poisons complain thst their wheat ia
rsther rank," but do not believe it will be dam
sged by the luxuriant growth "if the westber
should be tolerably dry between this and hsr
vest."
Some field corn hss already been planted.
but aa the ground has been cold and wet, it is
probable tbat those who get their crops in af
ter this dste will succeed better. The osts crop
scorning on very well despite the cold rain a,
There is time enough yet for getting in crops.
IT Ths public attention hereabouts hss for
sometime pest been directed to Esatei Sunday;
the general impression hsving obtsined thst
the weather would chsngs on thst dsy. Easter
8undsy was pleasant, snd the public enjoyed it
as a terse of unusual grscs, by turning out
mssse. Towards sundown ths sky from a
point northwest to the extreme southwest be
came o'ercast with clouda of stormy import
ana wis morning, aitnongn sunlight struggled
with the gathering gloom for awhile, glooji cap
nsd the point, and a sold rain commenced drip
ping upon as. Thia "turn" haa had the effect
of ainking hopes of the masses in the predid
tion of fsir westher, whils the "seers" clsim
thst it will be " all right in a dsy or two !" 0 ur
sympathies are with the "seers."
Asothe RoBBtar On lsst Thursdsy a man
who gavs his name aa Henry Turner, called at
the residence of Mr. Emanual Hawker, about
three miles seat of this eity, on ths Xsnia pike,
and asked ferwork. Mr. H. gsve him employ
ment,and he worked very diligently until Friday
evening, when he complained of the tooth ache.
Ia the night he got up, and going to the kitch
en, took a fin gold English Lever Watch from
the pocket of Mr. H.'s vest, which wss hsng-
ing against the wall, and cleared out The
watch was worth $100 ; Joshua Johoaon, ma
ker, No, 346. There was a "work mark" insids
with No. 2007. Cbss. Aubert, Dayton, 0.
Turnsr is C ft. high, sandy hair and whia
ksrs; light complexion; hsd on a bear skin over.
east, nearly new, calico shirt, snd striped pent.
Hs hsiled from Oineinnsti. Turner is believed
to be the same person who robbed the houae on
the Yellow Springs rosd on Saturday night, as
hs was seen in thst neighborhood on Saturday
evening.
Rosssaar . We are informed that some burg.
lars entered the house of a gentleman, whore-
sides about seven miles from thia eity, on tbe
road to Yellow Springe, on Saturday night
last, and robbed him of between 1300 and $300,
A portion of tha money, in gold, waa taken
from ths pockets of his pantsloons, in his bed
room, and ths ballanee, in bills, from a bureau
drawer in another room of the building. The
officers are now in search of suspected parties.
LTWe call tbe particular attention of our
lady readeta to the advertisement of Mies
Hsckett, whose store is locsted at No. 41,
Main st. She has a stock of elegsnt millin
ery, which she is just opening for Ihe inspection
of the ladies. She certainly offers great induce
ments in quality, sty Is and price to purchasers.
Layivo or a Coaxxa Browa. Ws learn tbat
ths Corner Stone of the new Catholic Church
ia the eastern part of the city waa laid at 2
o'clock to day. Arch-.Bi.hop Purcsll, of Oin,
cinaati, and other dignitaries ol the f arch.
were pressnt at ths ceremonies.
CT Bimm Bra. 'a Hams are the card here
abouts. Thsy are going off rapidly, and those
who wsnt to secure them should call at the
Head of the Bason soon. Tbs Messrs. B. hsvs
also received a choice lot or prime groceries.
ETS1& the election, police matters seem to
have gone dowa below the surface. We can
hear of "nothing going on," and suppose thst
tha "vsgs." aad rouges have been taking a fur
lough. CT Brandenburg A Co. will have about 400
bushels best quality of Potatoes here in a dsy
of two. In the mean Urns, they hsve enough
to supply their customers.
CP Some of our farmer friends complain thst
the young (suit Is "dropping off." Tbey attrib.
ute thia to the protracted chilly weather, and
cold rains. It is hoped that quite enough fruit
will "hang oa" to afford a good crop.
ETA dog wss killed at the weet end of the
Market House oa Saturday. It hsd "scted
strangely for a day or two " and soma believed
It waa going rabbid.
CT The Ball of the Washington Guard comes
off to night, at their Armory, comer of St.
Clair and let at They will hav a very nice
affair.
fj3Thoae who desire to are tbe procession to
marrow, are referred to the order, as published
ia ss other column.
Allbobd Wiva-roiaoviMOj. In ths Daily
Proas, of Maroa ti, ws aotioed the fact, tbat
tbe wife of the Ksv. J. 8. Harden, of HelvU
ure; Warren County, N. J., had died on the
9th wf that month under suipioious oiroum'
stano, aad tbat Mr. Harden had fled.
We hav bow to announce tbat Harden wm
arras ted oa Hundav last, at Fairmount, Vs.,
where h waa pasainf andsr th nam of
NEWS ITEMS.
Another Free-State Convention ia Milled In
Ksnass, to meet st Big Springe, on Ihe 3d of
Msy.
A man wss tsken off the cars st Ooltimbns
on Friday last, sick with the smsll pox. H
wsa conveyed to the Peat-honse.
A lew, recently pasted in Msine.ralsliliehed
ths snnusl anlsry of the members of Ihe Iiegin.
lnture at $150. They can sit twelve months, if
they plesae, for this princely turn.
In Coshocton Common Pleas the esses of
George Bell snd William H'hite, charged with
robbing the treasury of thst county, hsve been
eoninued to the next term of court.
The Pennsylrsnia State tax next yesr will
be two mills on the dollar, and provision is
made to meet all State liabilities, and pay off
a million of the State debt.
A gay young French tescberi a Buffalo, nsmed
Louis Dion, wss convicted ths other day of
stealing a coat and sent to the penitentlsry four
months. j
A company of 1,800 miners is st theKsnaas
gold mines, but some fifty only are at work.
Most of the party are engaged in building houses
on tbe various tows sites.
Within the lsst year, esrd-playing among
the steamboat travelers In the West had dimin
ished fully one-half, and chess had taken its
place.
Negotiations are understood to be prndina,
between the Erie and New York Central Itail
roads, with a view to a new "Compact," con
templating higher rates of freight.
Washington Irving was viailcd on tbe 3d
inat, bis seventy sixth birthdsy, by his neigh
bors, who greeted tbe enereblernsn withhonors
and congratulations.
A Cuban flag was displayed on the corner
of Walnut and Second streets, in Philadelphia,
on Wednesday, io consequence of the announce,
ment thst Cuba waa on theeve of freedom.
Four hundred firms engsged in the shoe snd
lesther trade in Boston snd ils viciniiy, held
a publio meeting in Boston on the Kuli, lo
take mea.uree fur establishing a uniform iuapec
tion of leather.
Mr. W.E. McLaren, of Alleghany City, P.,
a former member of Ihe editorial corps of the
Cleveland Plain Dealer, ia preparing for a voy
age and residence to Jspsn ss a Christian Mis
sionsry.
William H. Newby, a colored man, for many
years a resident of St. Louia, and formerly
editor of the Mirror of the Times, a paper pub
lished by the colored population of Ssn Fran
Cisco, died on Sunday lsst, in St Louis.
Mr. Alexander T. Donagho, of Fiederick
town, Washington County, Pa , has in hiapoai
session a copy of Queen Elisabeth's Bible,
dating back to 1495. It would be a valuable
addition to any public or private library.
Since the commencement of the Russian War,
in 1854, no less than six hundred patents hsve
been taken out In England for military inven
tions. This is more than double the cumber
that was given between 1623 and 1854, a period
of two hundred and thirty years.
Thirteen hundred dollars being still due for
the Napier Ball at Washington, the Mesers,
Willard bold the tickete ss vouchers against the
parties who used them for $10.
It is reported that Mr.Kimblo, eldest eon
of HexjMf Caud Jos. Young, son of Brigham,
bsre apoststised, and are about leaving for the
8latee with their first wires, leaving their
"spirituals" behind. At least 5,000 apostate
Mormons will leav for California eaily in the
pring.
A farmer named Wm Greenwood, living at
what Is koown "French Settlement," a place
some twelve miles west of Davenport, lows,
left home about the first of April, on business
in some other pert of ths State. He left at
home his wifs and two children. Last Sunday
night she eloped wilh a Frenchman named
George Gerard, Inking the two children with
her, as it is believed.
A gentlemen of Englsnd of large fortune,
worth 40,000. waa indignant with his rinugli.
ter, an only child, for marrying against his
wishes. He qusrreled wilh her, disinherited
her, and left the whole property to his attorney
and other gentlemen. His attorney, Mr. War
ren, author of "Ten Thoussnd a Year," went
to his co legstees, got them to sign their claims
over to him, snd then paid the whole 40,000
to the daughter.
II
DAYTON, April 23.1859.
To non. D. W. Iddinga, D. A. Haynea, Esq.,
and othera j
Gxirmriiixt It is wilh fec-lintrs of the ut
most pride snd gratification thst we rend your
unexpected letter in tbe Dayton Daily Empire
of this evening, requesting us lo give one or
more of our concerts in your city, on oiirreturn
from Cincinnsti. In reply we beg leave to sin
cerely thsnk you for tbe very high commenda
tion you give our Entertainment, and would
state thst we shell be most hsppy lo avail our
selves of the opportunity to give one more of
concert in Deytuu on our return tu the East
rc-puiittiwu
to
ot
Yours, very Respectfully,
GEO. CHRISTY, and
R. M. HOOLEY.
Proprietors Geo. Christy's Minstrels.
Moviukxrs or nil Miutasv. The Lafayette
Guard, Capt Miller, and the National Guard,
Capt. Egry, passed through our streets to-day,
en route for the Yen Cleve Farm, east of the
city, where they were to engage in target shoot-
ing.
Tbe Light Guard parade this afternoon the
first turn out for some time.
Tbe Washington Guard, Capt. Shreaik, pa
rade thia afternoon, and conclude wilh a Ball at
th.ir Armory to night.
IT We learn thst a little boy waa drowned
ia ths canal near the Oceola Mill this forenoon.
His body was not recovered up to time of going
to press.
Op Douhtvui. 1'rofbibtt. Th special
Washington correspondent of the V Y.
Herald writes: "It is well known that th
proeecution ar preparing to make an on
slaught on th ebaraoter of Mr. Sick lee.
Every one her aaks what that baa to do
with tha matter. 'Did Sickles kill Key?
'Did he commit the act under provocation
riven by Key?1 These are tbe iesuea
'What hav 8ioklee' anteoedenta to do with
these? is generally inquired. Th feeling
out door 1 dscided rgaiost any wanton at
tack on Mr, clicklea by th prosecution. If
snob be their taotios, they will go astray. It
ia considered that 8iukle ha suffered
anough, and that th proeeontion ought not
to go beyond their duty."
NOTICB,
NOTICE is hereby given that the ubaori
ber haa been appouiicd aa s:eentrlm oa tae ae
tata of Joaepa aiurpay, iAe of Moaigotuery souu
ty, Ohio, due seed.
ANN MURPHY.
M, P- Nolan, Atfy. sprit
N1W 0o4 Flak, la g4 erase aa very low.
aev at I. N. wMkH't.
Those Torments of Job, Boll,
Use tnsvnoano, give lue to the foul and fiery
omenta or me deep Interior. How aiurh heller la
It to remove the caw, of auoh .uflerlng )y etlmu
Ixting ths ahmrhent. to healthy activity thrninrh
the agenoy of the PKRUVIAN SYRUP, and to
change the disordered secretion. Into health-glvlnr
element!. aDrM-3vd.tv
"WANTED,
ASlTUATIOVin a Wholmle or Cotuil
Orooerv Store, bv a vnunr inrin. wll arntuti...
1 with the IjuslncM. Oood reiprencm cn Ik givrii.
aprlt
Br5u LUNCH every day, at the "IUtro
Mtan," at 10 o'clock. aprfi
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice, to C'i(iiens and Farmers,
IIAV INU contracted with E. J. Snrdrb, of
rilll-iieipnia. lor one numlm hrr mnt It.ll.n
Oment, anil also Kentucky Lenient regularly, 1 am
v.'-'--1". vemem i.eii.r., su
perior to any thst have been ilone heretofore. Work
will he Biaile perfectly water-tlht anil warranted.
Repairing done In the hut m.n.,-,.
est rates.
Filters or every Vlnd put In Cistern., top or bot
tom. All (-litem, of ia Cri. ... ..' i
of charge. "
The Suhacrlberhsa hsd nine yesrs experience In
the huslnesa, and hss given general .atl.lavtion. The
let of reference given. If reiilrrit.
Residence, No. 1( 7, Jefferson .tree!, ws-t sl.le, lie.
tween Slh and Sth.
, , . BENJAMIN BKST.
n. B. In oriter tocontiMl mi, i. u. -
that are going Into the ( I .tern hu.lne.., I will hul il
Bricc (.'I. terns, arauted. for no ..nt. i .
""'I'd' gr.".V'. 10;ent. per liarrel;Y'ement oa
earth, with hrlcs top, 46 cents ier l.snel.
GIFTSjjGIFTS!
AsKotrsccMcarr to tub
Ladies and Gentlemen of Davton
AND VICINITY.
Great Gift Eook Sale ! ! !
A SPLENDID GIFT!
Worth from FIFTY CKNT9 to ONR HUNDRK1)
uuui.nnr,, n ii im given with every hook
sold, for which we receive one dollar
and upward, at time ol aale.
0WINO to the unparalleled success we
have met with for the 1 Hit Iwa nnnlln !.-..
removed to the apaoiuu. and elegant store,
no. J, Jeno'Bon atreet, corner of 3d.
Beckela Block,
And hsve made great additions to our stork of Honks
and Jewelry, we are now nnn.M, tn wR
Inducements than ever. Our stock of Book, snd
'?VJl7 " nrw Is1" earefully assorted, snd consists
Mi.n ' ""'Vi f HItorlcsl, Poetical and
Ml.cellsneoils Works. The Ulfts consist of (m.IcI
" ynm, .oiu iooaels, Hold Chains,
Gold Bracelet,, (jold Pencils, Gold Sleeve Buttons
Gold studs, Cameo Brooches, and a great variety oi
"'er articles of Jewelry. Also Ladles' Klegant silk
AUKNTI WANTD.-We are prepared to ntTer
greater Inducements to Agents than any other Boon
Publishers In the United Stales.
No. 03, Jetreraon St., corner of Third, Dayton, O.
l"iw-,f W. A. Mi:UONAl.l).
T . TYLER
THE WELL K 10 WW
CARD WHITER,
Mayhe found at the PHILLIPS HOUSE for THRKK
"-'J. 1 1 wnere ue wll executa
Visiting, Address and
Wedding Cards
Specimens tree.
Superior to Engraving,
apns
1859.
The Cleveland Wool
DEPOT
HAS been established over six years, and
Itstfurds the subecrlber much ..n.r...i,nn
Know that It. merit, are lully appreciated by those
(lio have patronlred It during this entire time. The
change msde a year sgo in coutlnlug Ils aales to cash,
have met with universal lavor. It I. uropo.ed to
continue the rath system, and the future conslguoos
may rely on the same prompt return which charac
terized ourlastyear's business. Perhaps 1101 nulte
aa hign llfcuros citti be obtained by adhering strictlv
tooash, but It will Insure prompt returns, ami nun
drede have assured us thai they have obtained from
kivk to Tt-.M cents a liound throush tl, rh.,u.t
they were offered last spring Irora other sources,
and we helleve this has been Irueevery yesr except
ing a few oflhecousltaments during the full of tail
should, therefore, no longer remain a question in
the minds ol
WOOL (JItOWEitS OK MERCHANTS,
Having Wool to dispose of, that this ay.tem of
olosely classifying and handling wool prove the very
best manner ol selling wool which haa ret been
To those wishing In rerJIi e on their vn,.i .M
ahorn, advanors will ba made Amouxtiso to i n :
'""'""' wooi, providing that the consignors
will allow them offered lor sale at the flr.i nr
prices. '
Cash advance wilt be made oa receipt of Wool or
Khtpping Bill, as lormerly.
We trust that the liberal Cash advances, the long
experience In the Depot business, and estatill.hrd
wi wuraraoeaamoog mauulscturers.wlth
undivided attention to our consignors' Interests,
will insure us a liberal pallronage.
iomww UUUDALE A CO.
Sale of Real Eslat by Order of Court.
ON tbe 20th day of April, A. D. lR.W, at S
O'clock. P. St.. at the door of the Court Hnnu
inthecity of Uayton will be aoid to th highest
bidder the undivided Interest of the uilnnr hirs a.i
Jubu Bily, drc'd.a ia the followlujf Her, fc.tat?,
wit: Betnaj one-eighth and one-tilth of anWuhth
the oiith purl of the north-weit ,urter ol net
iiub w, wwn a nnti rnjrii, eeaf, end mo lortli, i on
Uuniae; ninety -two ftutv, more or leaa, Uon the fol
lowing teriim, towtt; ciuiu handondny ol Ale "
aiavitt iiremltwi httve been irttMi at etj'j,fto, anJ
oannot tell tor lees than two-thlrdi of tiiv apitraltw-il
value, thereof. VVILLUM J. HATKIEU1
ouaruienoi minor auUa wi John ttileyt dev'd.
mh-ejww
TO YOUiNG MEN.
ALL who nr iuEering front the efTooU of
Youthful Kxocm. elf-Ahuae. or the det.ii.lv
arising from mkiimI liiseaar, can be surely and Pr-
nisuisrutiy nntuiru tv reritx'i neauu. hirei.g.ti and
Elixir de Vie. ;
This most valuable Medlotne ts aren.re.1 from
Receiptor an tmluent Paris Phvalciau. 1mA .
tHiitl) used In huro with Never- ailUa Success
tl...r.i0hll.- n.m.ibuB all
Nervous Debility, . .- .. (
oeminei umlssloDs,
and Impediment
to af.,rlae
and will restore th sufferer aad the Imiuleut to a
slste of Perleot Manly Visor. It w ill thor Juxhl)
eradlest the nclof cither
MEItCUKY r DISEASE.
from which many thouasnda areeuntlauallvaultvr-
Ing without allowing a remedy.
The cost of cure Is trltllns. One hntil m i-.
on month, and t suttabl for lther sex. Kent free
by mall to all parts oi the Unite Mates.
Pi-Ire, HI per Itottlr.
Address
II. II. ANDKKTON,
381, Broadway, N. Y.
N. B. -A Clroulareoatalntna full liartleulHra .ml
directions will be sent with ach bottle, and free to
any address, on applloation.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
lh t a we! fc w Sul
IOIi 1ENT.
STORE KOOM No. 8.'i, on Jefferson etreet,
between Market and 4th streets, wait aid.
Aliy to
aprtl JOHN. VAN DORKN CO.
ATTACHMENT.
Jofca Andenreid, Plaintlir, Uelore Gorg Owen
vs. w. r. oi trie ally of
Heiioen nsgeunuca, siet-v. y nayHsu, uaio.
ON th aeoond day of April, A. 1). 18.19,
th aal Jostles 1ms oed aa oniar of Attach
ment In th. ho actios, lor th auss ol oae huu.
dead and twenty dollars.
CAP
apr- w vnn aevssssiv,
VMS If (V OOM&
MISS L. Y. IIA0KETT,
i ". 41 Main St., bstwsea 1st asd Si,
U now opening a large lot of
Spring and summer
MILLINERY
To H hi. h .hr Invito, the attention of the jUilles.
npr?3-lmw
Skirts, Skirts.
Holmes Imperial. 8elf-adiuatlnr Nettad
SOMETHIKO NEW AND SUPERIOR
IJourIiuis & .Sherwood' Adjustable Hustle
SKIRTS.
27 and 3l .Springs, PICOLOMIM
SKIRTS
Tust reolvM and for ante at ranti prices.
"."W JOHN, VAN IKlRKN CO.
NOTICE.
sjr.ni.r.w i ropnsriis vfin tie received at the
City Clera's ntll.-e, up to May sd, ISM, tn grade
and gravel Orchard street also, to grade'snd grav-
II- 1 T 1.' . t, ,. . . . .
" "syne sircei, si me Intersection with Xenls
Avenue. Urarel to he tsken from the streets, snd
the surplus esrlh to lie deiioalled In thegrnvel pit or
, . F,,i. ynru.
. - KIKLIIINO I.OURV,
aprM-iwd Cltytlcfu
JAMES TUENER,
Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE, BECKEL BUILDING),
On Jefferson street, near the corner of third,
In room formerly occupied br Justice Torrenee.
Partlenlsratlentlon paid todrawlng Deeds, mort
gages, Contracts, llonils, and Legal Paera.
Also, collections promptly msde. aprt
1. 0. 0. F. CELEBRATIOK!
TUESDAY, APRIL 20TII, 1859.
Pro gr ammo of Day!
TnK SKVKHATi LODOEK WILL MKET
at the Odd Kellowi Hall at 10 o'clock. The en
camiinient will meet at Mn-onio Hall, on Third ht.
The numbers ot the fir and Iazv will mwtat tike
Temperarme Hall, on Main ttreet.and the .aughter
of Uelieaoa at the tulvenailit Church, on sr. Clair
tret-t.
The prtwniton will be formed on St. flair street,
at lo o'clock, under dirrottnn oi the Grand Mar
hrtl, whnn tlie prouetHion will move In the foltow
lnur order ;
MilMinlinate Lotlgea, Knoampment-, the Grand
Lodge, the DniiKhten of Retwuca. Ijuh ilfartM . in
btt he-adeil by two liomeiuen.
The proct riioii will move At l04 o'clock, by the '
folIowluKroutt': i
North on St. Clair to Klrit, Kavt on Hrit to!-ar;
'"'" "m, "ciiiiii Aiiini ro wayne;
ton I h on Wayne to Flfttit Weit on Kifth to Main;
roonn on !uiu lo f oui in; Went on Fourth to Wil-
i.t listing norinon . nuinMtn to .et!ond; Kait on Meo
ond to LutHow; North ou Ludlow to Flret; Fait nn
rim nimrtini i-mrn on mnin ioin Court HniiM.
where the rxeP'I.N will inceexl In thefoliowlui
SUSIU BY THIS tlAND.
I . Vrayer hy the Chaplain. Bro. J. Bai.
a. Mnjrinff by the Choir.
3. Addretiby Bro. f.. T. Fl and rn,
4. MnKlng by the Choir.
. Ucnedirtlou by the Chaplain.
WL'SIU BV TUB BAND.
8AM TEL O. CAIN, Grand Marshal
AISItTAHT MAnilfAL.
Tho. D. Mitoholl. J. B. Gilbert,
bKra tjlark, John V. Nauerth,
r s . a.. '
uowib jaroao, John w. liutt
i ne proof ion will then again be formed, and
march to the Temperance Hall, and then leave the
Urand Lmlge, houth on Main to Third; fcait on Third
to Maauntc Hall) then leave the encampment then
Kaet on st. Clair to the Cnlvcrtnltt-t church? then
leave Ihe Datiffhten of Hetiecca; then north to
Third; fcait ou 1 Mn1 to tNld Fellows Hall, where
...i iniiLtaaiun vs in unniiuiiiwu,
In the eve v in ft there will le a
GRAND STJPPER
At the PHILLIPS HOtJK, for the mem hen of the
(inter, with their ladlet. Tickets for the supper
may le t btnlned of any member of the Cummittiv
oratJamt'N Turner's olftce, on Jeltereon street.
nailnaU center fug here, have arrangel tn rarry
brethren to and from the celebration lor half fare
iare pain one way, will entitle the tionet hoidvr to
return free,
apiltt
A.IST O T PIER
Large Arrival
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED TI1IS DAY
13Y EXPRESS.
A LOT OP .
Jtitnm er silks at Oo., worth l&c,
iilmiie Milks at ttoa., worth $1.
fciavk Hi iks at 70s , worth 1.
Fanry Hiret(es at 'i&c.T Worth S7 .S.
Jneonet lawi.s at 6t'- worth ttoc.
French Brlillanta at iiicM worth itue.
French Chintrs at uOo.. worth J&c.
VaJenoias at ite,a,)wurtli V7Ve .
Valrmitas at Ulr., Wurth Ubc. , wk
6-4 Bi d. Musliu at lifc, worth lBc.
Bales Kuiif!5?lWrftvtW., worth iKc,
i rii'ti. niUJlaUJllJ., worm ri'-e.
li-i Toilet uml ta at 1 ,&0, worth S.
Together with an Klegant Line oti
Silk; Grenadine. Tissue,
Barege & Organdie Robes,
Al HO
l4icfi nnil und Mlk iriautlllna.
AXD
PARASOLS,
That will compare favorably with the above price.
Okas. S. Weatherby,
S S V t II 1 II 9 1 IILL I ,
Bet. Vine and Rac eta.,
aitl!MIW CINCINNATI.
BOOKS
The followinln list ef ayffJOOJCK, Juat ree'd.
Bf WILLAKU W11GATON.
Tom Itrowa'j -,''vl Irav ai liugbv.
School and l'K:..iovs,
. 'SSSr y Oliphaat.
First Dungs, . v.
By Baroa Ktose.
The Tillnr of Fire, or Israel in lloodagt,
Bv the author of "Prlnoe of House at l.rl
Converaion of a Hketuic a Member of the
liar,
rJlKer..M. P. Mas well.
UoJcv's Imij s lio.l, f r May.
- AL8J,
WAI.f, A WINDOW I'AI'KRS.
Hilii No. S-M. Third street.
BONNETS
AND
Millinery Goods I
KOR
GPniNO & SUMMER.
T HAVK nntr on hand, and shall keep
A tliroiurb, the sesson, an elefsnt aswrtnent of
Bornels snd list. l the Uteal ami moat siiymred
"'(.': f," "iloJiliujta Krnieel Hatat a kiAMllN
ABLk 1'Hll a, are Inilled toeail aud essmtn.
OLD IIONNKTH RKTAIKEL),
ftleaohed aad rms e.1 la a superior aunasr.
.... . BANIBL,
aprlswUw-wit 4; alaia ,mt.
1
-a.
WANTKD! j
A I.IMITBB nnmbor f Ant-olaa
J . ahfad Bualnm M-a to trarcl oa aa honor j
hl bii.lneM inMi wko .-a autnnt.mt a r.plt.1
The fmluomtent. on th lnv..tment. are fn
fMo tioprriltr. A gno.1 linrae anil hum) fonn.
and i ll HTKTim paid. IVflot ttl.notlin giiera
tern, or the tnnnpy rftinl.. i
Ahtreei for a frw darathroiith Dartoa PViat Otllrf
I THE BONNER HAT
THE bf
Q g
M MJOJWVMZMt 6 ;
o , W;
p3 1M1T. W
liMioaaHii'
.-. . h
ThUoew and beaittlful style of flfTMMRft HAT
received and for sale bv t
Chamberlain & Parker,
l'" !, THIRD STREKT.
SATUHDAV, APRIL 30.
Grand Oponinng
SILK AND LACE
MANTILLAS,
SFtatrfti, f r. ,
AT
W. P. Douglass & Co. 'a,
8.B. CORNER OF MAIN & MARKET
On SATURDAY, ArillL ,10, we will open
MantUliw,
Pnrasola,
Shawls, &c.
Kier otteied in this city. Also at a
REDTJCTIOOSr !
A choice aas.rtrnent of
Rich. Dross Goods.
Bleaolied and Brown Sheetings, Shirtingr,
Ao. Th best
HOOP SKIRTS
MADE FOB $3,00.
AIpjo a food
STEEL SPUING SKIRT!
n noors FOIl I.O.
N. P. DOUGLASS fc CO.
aprtl
"CITY DYElfoTsEr
No. 292, oor. of Fifth and Stone 8trr?t.
THIS IS ONK OK THE OI.DKST AND
moat reliable koosea la th. wt
Partloular attention will be itvea to d)eln
CRAPE SniH'LS,
Scarlet. Crimaoa, Salmon and all other fsncv colors
Crap, Uroehe, aad printed Shairia .leaned lo ord.I
COLOHEOCAKPET WAHP.
0LiL?!o, kD' onstanilv' on hand, for, aale.
wksrteMl or retail at the old Ma ml, th bve HousT
1XTOBLB ft Bm OLE COVERLETS,
ssane to order for sustuai.rs. Aad all alnda'rf
Hug Csr.Mi,
manufaeturedia th snorteat ponlM time t. suit
asiws .wt-a oi iriitaoOB.taatlv aent
a hand and for aale at low s.tss. 1
CASH paid lor aood carpet race, er carpet rare t a
ealaeaehanielorwper. I am very thankful to themiMie for I l,l-
patrusuui,a.dra.pe.tf,,ll, Mii,lt .ontinuanc ol
lh. .m. ( aprio-lwd.tlyw) WM. TCHNKH,
TTJRNEIt'S INK.
NK8 OF EVEHV COiXIll AND
IS
any quanury, aept constantly on hand.
Bhoemaker'a Ink, In bottle ol al alsea,
Br th Kku os Barrel.
Believing, from the msnufsctu
rlli lmpuruuioa which bay tun haa
all.lu.d la lh west, that sa.sl.l
II hoi.ut of this kind la necessary,
1 sake opened It, and now present
my dtltrl eolured Inks forvour
apruvai. It you think It deserve,
your Jisiroe.r, 1 shsll be thankful
rur II, .ud It shall beuy lutur. aim
to(l ou (tutaial sstlslscuua.
Wa good article of Copy
inn Ink tv the pint or quart.
ajr.iO-iwUlyw
Boots aud Shoes.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT
MI. eyV. I)avis
B. N. DAVIS',
33. 1ST. D A.VTSN
No. 79, Jefferson street,
0.
eprl
:j Turaajr-e
: mWsvnP
: eapYiua
ITUiD.
UINB AFPLrS I barrel, ioprituor
A der, just ruvrd. .,, ,
apri 1'. F. . IHUUU

xml | txt