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AMUSEMENTS.
OLD FOLKS' CONCERT!
Th-"OM Folk" of nTtnn, tinder the (.ireetlon of
Father Ktmp nod hia nephew ''Jeern.,M will fire
Grand Concerts
HUSTON hall,
ON THURSDAY & FRIDAY EYES.,
APRIL 28TH AND Ml,
In Antique Costume!
WITH AI ALMOST
KNTIKU CHANtlE OI" I'ROURAMMEl
I Donra ojien At 7 o'clock. flraml Kntry, At 9
o'clork. Price of AilmiMrnn, art cent. Tlcaetsmny
lie hAd At the Music Anil Book Stores. apreS
For Cash Onlyj
AT
No. 1KJ, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
nAS JUST IlKCElVEl) THE BEST
And molt oomplole Block of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Kver brought to Hi la city, which wprrmnnufftot.ipfd
expifMly to Ml finlcrhy JOHN H. 1IKTKHS, of Cin
cinnati, ncknowlri1M'(t to he the beat Boot and Shot
Mfiaufftcturer In the Weit.
In AhUtiun I IIAVK ami WILL KKEl'ON HAND
ft full and vat-ted itocK of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for STVI.R And iV AI.ITT ll UNSURPASS
ED, Iaiu contitlent 1 cnu got uj
THE TIKHT K1TT1XQ IHXJTS & SHOES
In the city, Anil I will guarantee SAtlslActlon In All
cabpi. Reaiecttully,
N W. W'.LBON,
IK Main street, 2 doors south or the Market.
N. W. W. Alan keei A superior Artlcleof FRENCH
ULACKINIi.
teNo Eastern Work kept lit this estub"
lishment.
Air4-dA
WTii Layers
No. 88 Main St. .opposite Court House,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES,
Foreign snd Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles;
ever; variety of Fruits hermetically
sealed in tin and hIush,
Prcservcvlcllies, Cat
sups, Sard in,Oysi
ten, Salad Oil,
fiiunes, &a.
Wood and Willow Ware of All VArtetlee, Child
ren's CAbs,Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Rocking
Horses, etc., etc. April
Opening Every Day!
TO THE LADIES
1M1E UXDKK.SKiNED HAS KKCEIVED
her mew Spring stock of
niillliiory uiitl ranry Woods ! !!
Her stock of bonnet, ll larjre Anil consist, of Silk,
Htr.w, Crnpea, And All other Kindi that the Spring
Trade demand, she seeps nlsoon hAud a splendid
assortment ol
Flowers, Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Sliemclles,
llunnetn, Laces, Head Dresee,Caps,
Children's Hats and Flats,
Wreaths, Frames
and Wires,
All of whlen the often nt LOW PRICES, At her old
And well-known eetnbllshment. Sbe solicit a con
tinuance of the public tmtronAge.
Cf-If leaching uuil Trimming done on hort notice.
MUS. N. HOWAKD,
No. 1U AlAin street. neAr Fourth,
pr7-m DAYTON, OHIO.
Charles Aubert's Estate.
$4,000 Worth of Jewelry,
$1,000 worth of other Personal Property
At Public Sale by
ADM'R. OP CHARLES AUBKHT, DKO'D
'PHK personal property belonging to estate
A ofCharlei Aubert,eceaip(I,cfiniting of a large
number of tfoM ami stiver wa tehee, clocks., Jewelry
of every kind, one dark hrowu 2 yenr old tioit, one Hoe
roaewood alx octave piano forto. household and
kit-ben furniture and other pemonnl pro.terty, will
lie nold at put-llo vendue, at the lute store room and
residence of the deceased, In l)ftyton,UMo,onTuf
day, the loth day of May, 18tr. commencing at 10
oVIock In the forennon, and will continue from day
to day thereafter til I the property li all nold.
Terms of tNile All iudik under M to beoaub; alt
urns alMjvea and under bo, to be three months credit)
all mua atove 60 and under loo, to beiix muutha
credit; andalliumrof I'O and overt t months oretlit.
In all ;asen of credit, the puruhiiser to Hive his note
with approved personal scourttv, lor amount pur
chased, to Uenr interest from liy of sale.
Wald watches, clocks and jewelry are all of the
I test quality, and were srlecttHl with ipent care by
Air. Aultert during hU litetlnie, for the retail trade
In the uity of Uaytou and vicinity.
apm-dtt b UOL'J'IN, Administrator.
'59 SPRING MILLINERY. '59
Mrs. H. L.WARREN,
No. CI Main it, between Second and Thirds
w
OULU INFORM THE LADIES OF
Dayton and vicinity, that the has just re
turned from the Kttst, and Is now opening the larf
est and most beautllul assortment of
Millinery Goods
That ha ever brfore teen presented to her eustom
in, The ussortiaent coutlste, iu part, of ft ' )
BONNETS,
RIJJIJONS,
FLOWERS,
TR1MMINGS,&C,
All of which are most fashionable patterns, and well
elected with hicUL relercuce to the wants and the
tastes of her customers.
Ladies are luvited to call and examine her stock,
at her tttura, two doora north of the Court House.
apr-linuaw
cn s,
3 Sffifi
go (is
O
3
12 1-2 cts. per Yard.
BALZARINES!
JUST RKCKIVKI)
O 1ST E O A. S E
s" If 3,
B"-3 .l!?lt
Ik mi
sg bill
more of then, at
The Cash Store,
JOHW, VAN DOBBW A CO,
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VOL, X.
DAYTON
,OIIIO, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1S50.
NO. 83.
THE DAILY EMPIRE.
ossioe os sueuoATioNt
Impire killing, Thirl it, leitk lilt K, liii I Jeflertn
T S SMBl
9y Vlll0.OOpr rMrlnedTAtle.
10M.upr W.ih. pAvabl. t tbaOAfTlr.
!o(MoovlM,uliiv CnwrAppere, SeenU.
Cincinnati Agency.
The Cincinnati Ttim Foundry Company Is
our duly authorised Airant to niaka eontraeu
and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions,
Ac, in mat city.
To BuaisnsMcw. The Empire Job Rooms
are in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the best style
of the art. Hall in andesamine oar work and
learn our prices.
ILTTo AnTMTisias. Advertisements
Notices for the Empire must be handed into
the office by Itn 'elock on the day they are de
sired to be published ael iefer. We cannot
sgree to insert them after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Weekly Advertisements.
Those who desire to have advertisements
inserted in the Weekly Umpire should band
them in by Saturday morning, at the latest.
&.Our advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be el ays new a
very important matter to them.
STSee 4th pags for Telegraph Reports.
A Wssmx Lima The correspondence of
one of our citisens, who is now on a Wis torn
tour, will be read with interest It is particu
larly severe on the T. H. A A. R. ., and the
"Pike Peakers." The latter are, ii Mac. Is cor
rect, a "hard atyls of humans."
tT Don't forget that the Fair and Supper can
both be attended this evening. The attrac
tion! At Deckel's Hall are great, and all ahould
be present I
Tbcbniuai, Mbxobt. This evening Q.
Gibbes Mayo, Esq., of Cincinnati will delivt
era lecture upon "Technical Memory" in the
Basement of Wesley Chapel, 3d st. Students
and Professional men, especially, should be
present, as the subject will be particularly
important to them. We hope to see a large
attendance. The leoture will be free.
We understand Mr. Mayo proposes to or
ganize a class in bis new and admirable
system of "Technioal Memory" whereby the
Chronology of the World and especially that
relating to facts and events in Amerioan
History can be learned and remembered by
all with comparative ease.
t&Tho "Old Folks" rehearse every eve
ning, and are already in trim ior the Con
certs on Thursday and Friday evenings.
They will acquit themselves to the satisfac
tion of every body who can crowd into Hus
kn Hall oa 4how oecssions. Persons at
other plaoes who have beard the fame of our
"Old Folks" inform us that they "will surely
be on hand." Every person we meet has
something to say about "Old Folks." Every
body designs going to the Conoerts, and if
every body intend getting into the Hall,
tickets must be procured i time I A hint
is enough to the knowing ones.
iffl-The Supper at the Phillips Bouse
this evening will, we are sure, be one of the
most sumptuous repasts ever prepared in
this city. The Brethren and accompanying
ladies will have no cause for complaint, but
will, on the other hand, be constrained to
praise the taste and munificence of the
Host
We learn that a difficulty occurred at
a boat at the Basin, last evening, l. whioh a
woman was concerned. It seems that some
of the bands bad abused the Captain's wife,
when be took it up, and kept the party at
bay with a large knife. They sent for the
polio, when the Captain went to a Saloon
in the neighborhood ; and when the police
found where he was oonoealed, the light
were extinguished. He waa arrested a few
minutes afterwards, and obtained bail for
his appearance at the polio Court to answer
to the charge of "attempting to out with a
knife." '
ITThe ceremonies at the laying of the corner!
atone of the New German Catholic Church, on
the Hill in the Eastern psrt of ths cily, yester
day afternoon, were truly Imposing- Ws
learn that there were about 3000 persons pres
ent and in the vicinity, and there waa less dis
order than might have been expected where so
large a concourse of people were assembled.
What little eonfusioa thsr wss on ths borders
of the crowd it is hardly aeoessary to say waa
caused entirely by outsiders. The New
Church will be completed at an early day, and
will be an elegant structure.
Tux CxusaATioM Our report of the eelebra
tion up to the time of going to prase must be,
of course, very - unsatisfactory. The extreme
dissgreeable westher made it nscesssry to
chsngs the order of arrangements, and inter
fered with the oatdoor celebration of this
morning,
Representatives are here from the Lodges st
Columbus, Cincinnati, Xsnia, Qermsntown,
Miamisburg, Springfield, Troy, Oreenville, and
sdjsceut towns in this Vslley.
At about 13 o'clock, the Order repaired to
Huston Hall, where they were met by the
Daughters of Robecca; and where the order of
exercises wss observed as published yesterday-
Rev. O. T. Flanders, or Cincinnati, then de.
livered sn exoalleat Address to the fraternity.
The exercises in the Hall were peculiarly inter
eating to the Order.
A little after 1 o'clock the Lodges, with their
visitors, proceeded to their quarters, with the
understanding that between 9 and 3 o'clock,
ths procession form, as was intended this
morning, snd proceed through the streete ss
snnounced in the order of marching. The
prospect fur ploassnt weather this afternoon la
good, and it is probable the programme will be
esrrisd out.
We wiUeudeavor to give a more satisfactory
acoountof proceedings to morrow.
Laboi Bals or Cloth uia 1 A large stock of
clothing will be sold at Christopher's Auction
Rooms to-morrow, commencing ia ths morning.
Ths stock consists of every kind of article ia
the clothing line, and will be aa excellent op
portunity of buying cheap clothing, as the
good, will be sold without reserve. The As
signee must el out the sisfaes Cor the benefit
of creditors. Christopher and Huber will do
the selling.
ITThe trouble ia Utah will not amount to
as much ss so roe persons letter writers, for
instance predict,
j
"Goon Fat-urna." W will put Mis Dayton
Firemen against those of any other oity in the
co untry as firemen sad "good fellowa." They
nay be truly called erertrw, for they "dwell to
gether in harmony." It ie true that they are
competitors, snd that they try to excel each
other in all matters pertaining to the machines,
and their nse t but this Is all "done on the
square," and after a "trial," they will Join
handa in as hearty friendship as ever was
entertained between two intimates. This Is
simply true of the Dsyton Firemen, and ws put
it to record without fear of having to expunge
It
Aa instance of this good feeling transpired
laat night. The "Oregona" were out with their
machine, oa their monthly "throwing," when
the "Deluge" boys loaded up their "Reel" with
divers good things liquids and substsnces
and proceeding to Oregon Hall, took posses
sion, and prepared to entertain their friend, on
their return, which they did in good style. The
"Oregons" were rather "taken" when they
found their Ball a banquet room I The good
things discussed, Terpsicur re pnsided for some
time, and a very pleasant evening waa passed.
These "surprises" are frequent, but they are
alwaya "new," and vastly agreeable.
CTln reply to our query addressed to ths
Whits Cloud Chief, some time ago, that paper
aays ;
The Empire want to know the exact locality
of "Elsewhere." Take the article in queetion,
and substitute "everywhere elw" for "else
where," and you will have it just ss we wanted
to say 'it.
Ths Chief would say, then, that "the news
paper business Is run Into ths ground entry
wktn!" Boh Is a thorough sweepstakea. We
would have him make an exception In our favor(
for we believe we are coming up out of the
ground. Our "growing season" has commenc
ed In earnest.
A Choice Lot or Fiownas. Mr. Dunles,
well and fsvorably known to our citisens ss
one of the most experienced florists in ths
West, is now in our city , with the finest lot of
roses, verbenas, and other choice flowers, that
ws hsve ever seen in Dayton. His roses are of
the best yarietiea, aud all In excellent condi
tion. They are now on exhibition at the cor
ner, near Winters' Bank, and all who are in
want of choice flowers, should supply them
selves without delay.
JtjTTbe Ball at the Armory of the Wash
ington Guard last evening was a very fine
affair. The attenianoe w.s large, and good
order was observed. The Mu'tary know how
to make these "bops" attractive.
tOuThe Lafayette Guard and the Nation.
al Guard bad a very pleasant time yesterday
at their target shooting. Nothing ooourred
to mar the interesting exeroises.
Paaasuaa. A lady complained to ber hua
band recently or sn insult offered ber by a
friend of the family, who accompanied her
home from the house of a friend the night be
fore. While assisting her in getting over a
muddy plsce in ths sidewslk she thought bs
squeeaed her hand I
ITThe unpleaaant weather of thia morning
oaat a damper upon the celebration of the 0th
Anniversary of Odd Fellowship, in Dalon.
A Urge number of visiting Brethren were kept
away. This is to bi regtelted.
tT Rev. Dr. Ohspin of New York, receives a
salary of 16,000 a year. The income of the
church, from pew rents, etc., is $17,000 annu
ally. CT Ths Qermsntown Band came into the city
thia morning, in their aplendid wagon, behind
a gay team, discoursing sweet music. This is
one of the best Bsnds in ths State.
tT The awnings were largely patronised thia
forenoon, and vast crowds only awaited the
holding up of the rain to spread themselves
over the eitTj
ST A wsgon, very handsomely decorated for
ths orphan children, wss on ths street at noon,
It waa intended to take a prominent position in
lbs procession to day.
IT Go to Shulls for good things to eat, and
choice reading matter.
ITTbs Sickles trial will probably last two
days longer.
Westebn Passkhoib Routks, The Cin
cinnati Gasetleof the 25th says : "Competi
tion for the Western passenger business is
inoruasing and it promises to be deoidedly
lively hereafter. This week a new route
opens, fairly, to Chicago by way of Lima,
The ears leave on the Cincinnati Hamilton
and Dayton road at 6 A. Mn oonneoting at
Lima with the Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and
Chicago road, and reaching Chiosigo at 7
o'clock the same evening, being two hours
less time than ha heretofore been
made between the two cities. Returning,
the ear by this rout leave Cbioago at 8 A.
M., and arrive here at 10 P. M.
"The line yia Richmond, composed of the
Cinoinnati, Hamilton and Dayton, Hamilton
and Eaton, and Indiana Central, whioh now
furnishes continuous gusge between Cin
cinnati and Indianopolis, also commences a
vigorous oompetitian, this week, for St Lou
is business. Close connections will be made
at Indianopolis with Western roads. It is
in contemplation, We understand, to reduce
the far over thia route. This arrrngement
make the third line to St Louis. The three
route are as follows : Ohio aud Mississippi,
Indianopolis and Cincinnati, and Cincinnati.
Hamilton and Dsyton."
JKggrA Pari letter to the New York Time
say ths Domocrats f Germany earnestly de
sir a Kuropean war, no matter between
what powers, sinoe suoh a state of tilings
would be suiinsutly favorable to reform in
the German States. Tb government,
threatened from without, would be fain to
purohase stability at horn by concessions to
tb popular party ; and thee .concessions,
no mad, tb fear of revolution would hold
king to their promises.
jftsTThs Parisian ar said to notio a cus
rious difference between the male and fe
male of tha nnmarou Chinee who bav
lately migrated to that gay espital While
ths men pertinaciou.ly adhere to their un
suitable and inoonvenient costume, the woi
men adopt ourl and orinolia after a very
short residence in tb Strang aoountry.
nAn act passed at the lata session of
ths Main Legislature xmpt all cotton
and wools a faotorles, hereafter to be erect
d, from taxation for ten years, provided
town and citle in whioh suoh establish'
sent be located shall give thsir assent to
such exemption.
I
NEWS ITEMS.
James Adsms, ths great peilestrisn, walked
four miles on the evening of Iho 91st st New
York in thirty one minutes and forty-three
seconds losing a match of f 300, His expec
tatioae was to accomplinh his task in thirty
minutes.
The entire Bouthera mail Was abstracted
from the Post Office at Seottville, Ky on Fri
day night of last week. Ths Pontmsater st
Seottville is unsble to Account for the Ioas of
the msil.
A correspoTi'lent of the New York Herald
asys that during ths Bombardment of Vers
Orus by Mirsmon, nine Americans volunteered
their services to rasn a gun boat and capturs
Miramoa and hia treasure, if he had attempted
to reach the Spanish frigate, on board of which
his wife waa .taring. But their services were
not needed.
The Leglelsture of Msryland, at its lsst ses
sion, passed a law prohibiting lotteries sfter
the 1st day of April, 1859. It seems, however,
thst the lew is inoperative and worthless, by
season thst no penslty sttsches to its viola
tion. Ths Philadelphia Bulletin asys the worst
days of ruffianism have lately been revived
among the firemen of thst city, and svery
alsrm of fire is now the signal for the perpetrsx
ties of shameful outrages,
AtBrsnlford, O. W., a negro named Arm
strong has been arrested for the late murder
aud mail robbery near here and has msde a full
oonfession, implicating two aaaocistes.
A negro wss hold to bsil In $300 st Piqua on
the 31st for stsbbiug 0. M. Cheevers, who wss
not willing that lbs dsrkey should .will liquor
tn bis grocery,
AdsmOvorbsugh, Poitrasster at Donaldson-
villa, Highland Co , wss srrented a few days
sines on achsrgs of having robbed the mail.
Hs is under bsil to answer the charge.
Ths St Louis Republican ssys that the
American Bottom presents a beautiful anecte.
cle. The crops Lever looked better between
St. Louis and Alton than now.
The Annual Diocesan Convention of the
Episcopsl Church for the Stste of Ohio will be
held st Columbus on the 3d of June.
The North Market Hall in Ohicsgo wss par
tially burned on the 19th inst. Loss 113,000.
Probsbly it will not be rebuilt.
The whooping-cough is prevailing to a con
siderable extent among the children of Katon
and its vicinity.
Two young men named Sanders, chsrged
with i-urglary, escsped from jail at Delaware
oi Th traday last
The Piqua Enquirer has been considerably
enlargi d anil improved in appearance.
tgU-V V Titer in the St. Louis Advocate is
very set em on dancing. Ha thinks it vul
gar, saji ii ought not to be allowed among
virtuous people, and calls upon all lovers of
virtue to join in putting it down. He make
no distinction between the ball of the danoe
house, and the "hop" of genteel society;
but says the exercise "is in whole aud in
part, the work of the devil." Here is a
clinoher bear him : "If men were women
there would Be no suoh thing a dancing I"
Ob, certainly not I The poor innocent might
have laid with equal truth, if men were wo
men there would be no men I What a noot
die the fellow is. Ho probably intended to
aay tbat if it were not for the natural attrac
tion of the ladies, danoing would be dry bus
iness for th gentlemen alone. Just !o. And
if it were not for that attraction there would
be no wives, no mothers, and we might add
no such calves a the correspondent of the
Advocate.
Tub RsavXT or thk Echo Cask. The
Charleston Mercury, the loading Disunion
paper'of the South, supposes that the follow
ing were the mam considerations that in
duoed the jury to bring in a verdio t of "not
guilty."
"It is most probable they mar have been
satisfied with thinking that it would be no'j
only inconsistent, but oruel and hypooritioai
tor them, as member of a community whero
slave are bought and sold every day, and are
as mucn ana as irequently articles ol com
merce as the sugar and molasses whioh they
produce, to pass condemnation and a verdict
of guilty of death upon men whose only
crime was that they were going to a faronun
try to bring in more supplies of these artii
oles of trade, these commodities ; and in this
case not even to trespass upon our sail, but
to carry them to a foreign land to Cuba
and merely throw them into the market of
nations
"It is most probable that this waa the in-
duoinir irrounu of the verdint and if an Av
ery other oase will be echo to this. Further
prosecution is idle, expensive and vain ."
Kuppose like considerations would influi
ence juries and U. Commissioners, at the
North, on the bearing of fugitive-slave cases;
How would the Meroury like it ? How
would the South like it T
Hkli.svillb (III.) Election. Hcllsville
(III.) heretofore a Republican stronghold,
elected a Demooratio Mayor and Police Magi
ietrata at it late election. Many Germans,
who had voted with the Republicans, gave
their support to tb Democratic nominations.
It I thought Bt Clair County will be redeem
ed at the next election.
A TwKXTT-SixPocMn Lump. We learn,
says th Han Joaquin Republican, that on
Thursdsy last a miner passed through this
oity oa ail way to Ban Francisco with a
lump of nearly pur gold, weighing nearly
twenty-six pound, and valued at over V,-
000. It was taksn out of Burns' Creek, near
Quartsburg, Mariposa County.
Auuuioans im Host k. The cor respondent
of the New York Evening Poet gives some
gossip oonoerning sundry well-known
Americans who ar now in Rome. From
this sourcs we learn that the health of Mrs.
Kranklin Piero ie much better than whan
she Is It home. Hawthorn and Motley are
both at work tha latter trying to gain access
to the historical treasures of the Vatican,
though with little prospeot of suocess. Miss
Charlott Cushman ha taken a house for
fiv years, and contributes much to the en-
i'oyment of her countrymen at Rome. With
ior ar Mis Uosmer and Miss tftebbins,
both oondidata for tb soulptor's laurel,
Mia Hosmtr is just finishing a statu of
Zsnobi marching in ohaiua through th
(treat of th ancient oity. The saws cor
respondent relate an incident which hap
pened to the Prince of Wales, who is now in
tb sams oity. II asoended to th dome
of Ht Peter on morning, and th Pop lent
up breakfast for th party; while the visit
or were aloft, enjoying ibe prospect and
th repast, a tablet waa inserted in th wall
of the ehuroh, on wbiob waa engraved an
inior DUOA MHmannratlna th amniA n.
1
"'. I
ReMBDY roB AflCIDKNnAL rvisomNO. A
correspondent of the Iondon Literary (In
sette, alluding to the numerous cases of death
from accidental poisoning, adds i '
I venture to affirm there Is son roe even
cottage in this oountty that does not contain
an invaluable, certain, and immediate rem
eay torsucn events, which is nothing more
than a dessertspoonful of made mnetard,
mixed in a tumbler of warm-water and
drank immediately. It sots as an emetio, is
always ready, and may be used in any oase
where one is required. By making known
this simple antidote, you may be the means
oi saving many a leilow-oreature Ironi an
untimely end.
ITSuThe Gonzales Inquirer, published in
Western Texas, speaks of lar;e flocks
Mexican sheep four te six thousand head
being driven through that town to the Boun
ties north and west Slioep raising in Tex-
as is the fashion just now.
A SITUATION in a Wholesale or Retail
Grocery Htore. br a rounsr man. well entil.il.
ed with the business, (rood references oan be Elrem
MMIIT-W.H f , sj. g)., (jsjjB. tjrtp, (J,
aprit
ft3 LUNCH eTory day, at the
I It an," at 10 o'clock.
'Mttro-
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WFRENCHW
THE CELEBRATED
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BLACKING-,
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AND POB SALE BT
N. W. WTT.ROKT
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apr2-tr
Truatee'fl Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
IN purnuance or a certain indenture of
a. trust Dt-tween tne navtn. Xen a and ni.ir
nmii mien vviuiinuy ui ( nrftt iartt ann VMillAIU
K Huflhiannf the second uart. made tlm "fith ris
of January, IBM, and recorded in the Recorder's oi-
nreoi monrffomorj county January 87th, 1 864, In
Mortfoure Bmik 1., pares 6W. h-n. 628. 629. can. &n
532. 63.1, Mi, oao, 636: Also, In the Recorder's ottice
of Greens county, Ohio, February 7th. IHft. In Book
1)., liases 814, 876, 276, 277, 878, 37 1, 8HO, QUI, 2f 2, -JU.
481. 8M6. 8Hd, I will oiler lor aale theroiinwinV ,u-
muriutm neau r-a in it;, vu
ATUR0AV, JUNB 4TH, IBS,
At the door of the Court Home, in the elty of Day
ton, betweao tin hour, of 1 Anil 4 o'clock, r. m ol
MlddAv: Lot. In the eltv of Itavtnn. Mom.......
county, Ami StAteof Ohio, auraliered on the Hevin-d
PiAt of .Aid elty, sos, aioi, nm, assi, asm, usa. mas
S3S7, ana, iui.mb, iJ. a iai, .m.jeot to the rlehi
of way of .Aid ilAyton. Xenls k italjire Hall Kia
uimpany, iwenty-nve leet rrooi the centre of their
preseut treck on eA.t .lile.
A l.o I tin .aid oity of l)Ay ton, 21 6a, clear ef any
Incumbrance. '
Alu, part of Lot nuuilH-red 140, In ..Id citvof
BAytou, deHR'jcd AS follow.: Being SS feet Indenth
off th. south aide of .Aid ln-lot. Ami u ....
or lea. In width, froiillruj on Third .treet, sdiolnlni
the property oonvr-yed to K.Threaher, by (i. Auirhii"
tAugh, Deo. s, 184. And the property convened bv
r. Munman, Att'y. in lact for the Ueyion, Xenli
lelpre HaU JtoAd ConmAur. tiniUr .-i r....
Lompaujr, undsr .Aid Truat
Deed to Slnton a. Hou, lielne ths weat hair or ..
ertyoonnected with satdTru.t Deed, upon whkh la
altuate a three .tory brick bu.lnua home.
aibu, iu luuuwing neai uaiale (deaonbed in No
1ft of .aid Suhedulel.itUAtedin Aloutrnm-pv n.
StAte of Ohio, lying And being In Section S4, Town
ahlp S, Range 7, end deacrlbad aa followa, vis: Be
ginning At the north-west corner of FAtty New
oomb'a one hundred acre lot, thence south Low
even and two tenth, pole, to a atone, In iaiu Hatty
Newoomb's weat II dpi t.ienoe north ?- aom vv
forty-four end one-tenth pole, to a atone, on the
aouth line of 6th .treat, In the oily of Uavtont thence
on the aouth line of .aldsth atreet, N. H' t L three
iaht -n.l nlH&
tenth. Mles to the plaoe of beginning, contalnlnr
aubject to the right of H Ay of .Aid IlAyton, Xenla i
Belpre Hall Hoad, twenty-two and a half feet trom
the oentr of the preaent track, on eAch Aide, whioh
include. All on the .outh .lie of theaame.
Alao, Lot. numbered ten (10) and thirteen (111 In
Gouily'a addition to the town of XeniA, aa recorded
In tireen county, And state of Ohio, subject to the
rlarht of WAy of the DAytoo, Xenla Ualpre Hall
Term, of Sale One-third e.ah; one-third In aix
month.i aud one-third In twelve month., with In
terest, to be .roured by nortf age ujien the property
VV. P. HUFFMAN, Triutee and Att'y. In fact
sprW-tUwtt Uytoa' " B1i'r K. Co.
TAKE NOTICE.
ON Halurday, April 30, 1859, there will be
Mid At public .Ale, NIX SPLKNDIII LOTS, con
taining 4 acre. each. The Above lota am .Itu.ted
weat ol And Adjoining tha Osbora Farm, and Iront
on a road running to the county road, with two lot.
fronting on both ronda. Theae Lot. have bera late
ly cleared oil, not yet having been farmed, And ait
well AdAiited for gardening purixaea, or for the rala
Ing of TobAcoo. Thl. .Ale is o.lt lie. Sale to be
on the premi-ea. At 10 o'clock, a.m.
Terms of Hale One-third oa.li in hnH, K.i.niK
one And two year., aecured by mortgage on the nrain
iaea, liearing all per ocut. Inter..!.
Apr-!"' JJtnSE JENKINS.
The Largest and Cheapest
STOCK OP
Lawns, Brilliantees and
CHALLIES,
Iu the elty, la to be found at the store of
D. W. WINTERS.
Alee, a full Una of other klada of
Dr e b s G-o ods.
PARASOLS! PARASOLS!!
In great variety, froa the ('Hixrrrr to the But.
Prints, Prints!
An Immenae stock, larger than Is to be found In any
other houae la the city. None kept but the k.t
QUAUTV ANO STVLU rul THS raicAA.
(II.OVES, 1IOSIKRV,
UAUNTLETKI OAUNTLETH!!
BILK, KID AND LISLK '
MITT8II
MITTS!!
MITT8!I
LACS AID SILK KAITLXf A WD CAPE'!!
BONNETS AND IUBHONS.
No. 74, Main street
spf D. W. WINTKB1.
TUB WCLL nOVI
CARD WRITER,
MAihefoundattherHILLIPS HOUSE r TUBttK
HAYS ONLY, where be wllexecuts
Visiting, Address and Wedding Card,
Hunertor to Engraving. Specis.. frae.
sprj
CTORK ROOM No. 8.V00 Jefferson strsei.
mw . iimi- wm bump.
OAPT. TYLH1T,
ajSa' JOHN, VAN DOB KM CO.
Notice, (0 Citizen and Farmer.-:,
TTAVINO contracted with R. J. Skphfk, of
A.A. Philadelphia, Air one hundred barrel, of Italian
f'ement, And alao Kentucky 1'ement regularly, I am
prepared to liulld i nterne and l ement Cellare, .11
perlor to Any that have tieen dune heretofoie. Work
will heniAde perfectly WAter-tlsht And WArrAnted.
Kepatilna done ia the baet manner, and at the low.
eat ratea.
liters or every kind put In Cistern., top or bot
tom. All Cistern, ol 40 barrel., or over. Illteml rrtie
of chArge.
The Buhacrlber aa. h.d nine fears experience In
the limine.., anil haa given general .atiaiactliill. The
dbt oi reiercnce given. II required.
Keaiilence. No. KrJ. Jetferaun atreet. wn.t aide. he.
tween Sth and Sth.
BkNJAMIN BKfcT.
N. B. In order to eomnete with thnwe nrl,a urine
that Are going into the CI .tern bualnea., I will bul d
Hrloa Claterna, granted, fnr SO cent, per barieli
solid, grnut wallod, 70 oenla ier barrel! cement on
earth, with hrlca top, Afioentajier barrel.
nn xn-iiaiwaiii
G1FTSJS1FTS!
ASKOUHl EMCST TO TUB
Ladies and Gentlemen of Dayton
AND VICINITY.
Great Gift Book Sale ! I !
A SPLENDID GIFT!
Worth from FIFTY CKNTS to ONK HUNDRED
ltUM.AHN,wiu he given with every book
old, for which wc reof lve one dollar
and 11 ji wards at tline of sale.
OWING in the onparrillelf.l -nonrM
have met with for the laat two months, we have
rcmuveu 10 uie -iiacious ami elegant store, -
No. 63, Jefferson atreet, corner of 3d
Seoicel'a Block,
And have made ffroat additions to our slock of Books
ind Jewelry.
We are now
Inducements than ever. Our
or' i
than ever. Our stork of Hooks and
Jewelry Is new (and oartHuUy assorted, and consists
or Ulbles, nielli and gilt, H.arorlua., Poetical and
Miscellaneous Works. The Gifts consist of Gold
ana Hiiver Watches, Gold .Lockets, Uold Chains,
Gold Bracelets. Gold Pencils. Gold Hleevn Buttons.
Gold Studs, Cameo Brooches, and aareat .arielv nt
AGKNTS WANTED. We are nreiMPed In oftr
ffrrnirr inuucenienTi to AReuis man any oilier Book
uiriinnrra in wij uniieu aiaTee.
ro. 3, Jetteraoo st,, corner or Third, Dayton, O.
Ia-tf W. A. McUONALI.
svV23 If G OOJPS.
MISS L. F. IIAOKETT,
o. 41 Main St., bstwssn 1st and Si,
Is now opening s large lot of
Spring and summer
MILLINERY.
To which she Invites the Attention of the Ladles.
apr3a-lmw
Skirts, Skirts.
Holmes Imperial, Self-adiimiinir Netted
SOMETHING! NEW AND SUPERIOR.
Douglass A Sherwood's Adjustable Hustle
SKIRTS.
25, 27 and 30 Springs, P1COI.OMIM
SKIIiTS
Just received and for sale at cash prices.
PH JOHN, VAN DOR EN CO.
NOTICE.
SEALED Proposals will be received at the
City Clerx'. office, up to May Sd, I8M1, to grade
and grevcl OrchArd atreet; alao, to grade'And grAV
el Uayne street, At the intersection with Xenla
Avenue, uravei 10 ne taken Iron, the atreela, end
Uie aurplua eerth to lie denoalted In the e-iav.il nil nr
iu. huii uo ujhju in. runic yam.
Htl.lll.VG LOURY,
apran-lwd city Clerk.
JAMES TURNER,
Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE, I1KCKEI. BUILDING,
On Jefferson street, near ths corner of Third,
in room lormerly occupied by Justice Torrence.
Particular Attention paid todrawlnr Deeda. Mnrt.
gage., contrAcl., Bonda, and LrgAl 1'al.era.
Alao, eollectlona promptly made.
irii
ANOTHER
Largo Arrival
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED TIIIS DAY
BY EXPRESS.
A LOT OP
Rumtrer Silks st SOc., worth 15c.
tilacle hllka at Hoc., worth l.
Black Kilka At loc, worth 1.
Kanoy Barege. At Mc., worth S7';c.
Jaconet Lawu. At ),c, worth Ac.
French Brilliants At lfMc, worth 20c,
French Chlntrs At 30c.. worth Jloe.
VAlcnclAS At S6e., worth 17iai.
VelenclAB At l'1., worth 'inc.
S-4 HIM. Muslin At 10', c-, worth ISc.
S-4 urd. Muallnat 10o., worth IS'.c.
S Bale. Kuaala Craah at 10c worth 121-c.
l-4 Toilet Uullt. At l,60, worth a.
Together with an Elegant Lin of
Silk; Grenadine, Tissue,
Barege & Organdie Robes,
AUO
8E.iVwyi2.sv
Ijsre nnd and 811k Itlaulillaa,
AND
PARASOLS,
That wil 1 eompar favorably with the above price..
Chas. S. Weatherby,
US FIFTH STBEET,
Bet, Vina and Raca ate.,
apris-diw t,?l!i5Ajrl-
BOOKS
Th tollowiaUg list of NH W.BOOKB, Just rM'd.
By MILLAItO s WIIEATON.
Torn Brown's School Days at Kugby.
Schools and Holidays,
. . BX ouphAnt.
Kirat Things,
By BAron Htows.
Th Tillar of Fir, or Israel in Bondage.
By the author of "Prince of Houae of larael."
Conversion of a ftkeptio a Member of the
Bar,
Oodey' I-aily s Book, for May.
ALSO,
WALL A WINDOW PABEKM.
prl No. nt. Third .treet.
BOISNKTS
' ASD
Millinery Goods!
FOB
SPRINa & SUMMER.
I HAVE bow on hand, and shall keep
a. through the season, aa elegant aaaortaeal of
BoaaaHe aiut Hate, ut Ike late.1 and ako.t approved
Vt'rL: t"J'wu'" tel Hat Al a KkAMUN
ABLS. PBll K, are lu lud u sail aud eAeuune.
OLD 1U)NNKT8 IcKPAIKKD,
Bleached sad Pread la a superior aiAnner.
jc. A. DAMBUL
47 Stale atreet.
aprl
sit
TJE Polio Oaselta, ooutainicg the .Sickles
Trial. Iw sale br
A
on
-a-
Apr la
D, F. t. SHl'LL.
"WANTED! i
4 LIMITKD nnnbr of (lmt-liMi ?nJ
2 AhCAd Dtialnm Men to trnrl im aa honnrs
Id btiRlneM em who e n eowimAnd A faplUInt
v. 'fne lni1uomrntt the lnvtmentt hrr from
1 to IO H-r .lr. A)Kt4 hotw And hl fonn.l,
end ll niKMii pAld. Hrlt AtiAlactlon iiArn-
tert, or the m.n.y rfundni. l
. A'ltrmfOTfcwdAy.thmthtAroaPn10fflv
Al'r'JO HANIKL I. t I.ARK. J;
H3
Tl-IJi
II. IT.
Thlaoew and beautiful style of HUMMKR HAT
ret elved and for sale by
Chamberlain & Parker,
!"!" SI4, THIBU STREKT.
SATURDAY, APRIL 30,
Grand Opcninng J
OK
SILK AND LAOE
MANTILLAS,
AT
N. P. Douglass & Go. 'a,
8.B. CORNER OF MAIN aV MARKET
pn SATUIIDAV, APJUL 30, we will open
Mantillas,
Parasols,
Shawls, &c.
Kverom-red In llila city. Also at A
REDUCTION !
A choice assortment of
Rich. Dress Goods.
Bleached and Brown Hhwtings, Shirtingn.
wu. A II tJ DNi
HOOP SKIRTS
MADE TOE $3,00.
Al-o a good
STEEL SPRING SKIRT!
ii noors FORti.so.
Is.
aprii
P- DOUGLASS k CO.
CITY DYE HOUSE.
Bo. 292, cor of Fifth and Stone Street.
TH!S13 ONK OF THE OLDEST AND
moat reliable hoiuee la lh. w.
Parlloular attention will be given to dyeing
CRAPE SHJWL8.
Scarlet Crimeoa, Salmon and all other fancy eolor.
Crape, UrocL. and prlated ahawl, cleaned to ord"
COLORED CAUPET U'AltP.
"." "'m aept eonatsntly on hnnd. for, aal..
, . H. uie oiu eland, the Dye Houae-
DOUBLE SINGLE COVERLETS
mAde to order for customer.. And all alnda of
Hag Carpet.
manufactured la the shorter imi.iM. i. .....
euaUHoen. A gtKMl .toes of Carpet. con.tAi.tly arut
hand an.lli.r aal. al low "' aipi
..iu ior good cariet rag., or CArpet rag. ta
BenluexchAugeforurrMt. '
I au ver) thanKlul to the puldic foe their eeaeroua
i.AlronAg.,andr.actfullyK,ll.it . continunnceol
m- Apr-i1AiywJ Wat. TUKNKB.
TURNER'S INK.
I.NKB UK KVKItY COUlt AND IN
an
any quantity, aept eoa.tantlj oa hand.
Bboamaker'a Ink, In bottlea oi all slaos,
Br tub Kto ob Babbel.
Believing, n-ora the aaauufaetu
riug luportAnee whieli BtAytoa ha.
AMalaed ia the weal, that an e.tab
II kmeat of tkl. kind Ie aecceMry,
1 kAve r.iiii..ii It, aud aow nreMiit
sav dlrtercnt colored Ink. for your
approval. II )ou think it deaarvr.
your patronage, I shallbe thaaklul
lor It, aud ll .hall bemy future am
tvglve youg.ncial aaluWactloa.
aw3rA good article of Copy
ing ink by tb pint or quart.
aprJO-iwdAltw
tUHhCB'a
OPY1HC
riuio.
Boots and Shoes.
LB bUita $ OlD
BOOTS AND SHOES,
AT
B. N. DAVIS',
B. USTe DAVIS',
No. 79, Jefferson street,
0.
Aprl
JMVTOj
piNK APPLfS-1 barrel, ia prim or
at;
'Y
i."
1
t
ll
der. Just Moetv.4.
aprl
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