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- Huston nail. -; GlUNi) COM l'LIM E N T A U Y WITH SMALL 8WOP.I), BROAD 8W0JID, BAYONET AND LaNCK j QBSMlndlng with it (Jrand Military Attack, bj some roiifv rr.nuEKs, Wltk kM Band Accompaniment. A ri'l.L BAND t will to In attendance, under th direction of lai. PRAK80H. To He given to C A P T. DF. R I U bjr hit scholar., All MONDAY KVKNINO, MAY 10, 18591 " Tor hill particulars, see Programmes of theday, AbViaMON, - - - ... 83 CKNT0. . Rk-HtYKD SEATS, ... 16 " Tickets ean he had at R. A . T. T. Mnrc's. Doors Open at 7 performance tn comtnenee At 8 o'olook. . For Cash Only! . No. 110, Main street. N. W. WILSON HAS JUHT RECEIVED fUE BEST and molt eomplete etnek of SrBlNG & SUMMER - Boots and Shoes Ever brought lo this city , which were manufactured expressly to hi. order hi JOHN H. UKTF.RS, of Cin cinnati, anknnwteilfed to tie the beet Boot and Shoe Manufacturer In the West. Ia addition I HAVE mill WILL KKKPON HAND e full .nil varied i toe a of r My Own Manufacture, Which, for STYLR and QUALITY It tTNSURPASS Kll. Iain coolldent I can get up , THK BEST FITTING HOOTS & SHOES In the city, and I will guarantee satisfaction In all cases, . , Respectfully, N. W, WILBON, II Main street, t doors south of the Maraet. N. W. W. alio kei a superior article of FRENCH BLACKING. a9No Eastern Work kept at this estab lishment" apr-da - : - WFEENCHW ..,. THE CEIiKBItATED . " fc " BLACKING-, o CONSTANTLY OR HAND, ft AND FOB BAH BY N. W. WILSON, 63 Na. 116, Mnlii street. O wuGIVE IT ATRIAL!- C5 apr3-W Charles Aubert's Estate. $4,000 IVlTonewelry, AND 91,000 worth of other Personal Property At Public Sale by ADM'R. OF CHARLES AUHERT, DEC'D f PHE personal property belonging to estate X of Charles Auhert,deoeased,eonnliting of a large aumtoerol' ffold and silver watches, clocks, jewelry of evary kind, on dark brown 3 year old colt, one Hue rosewood ala ootave piano forte, housuhold and kitchen furniture and other personal property, will be sold at publlo vendue, at the late store room and residence of the deceased, in Day ton, Ohio, on Tues day, the 10th dny of May, 185H. commencing at ltf o'cloes in the forenoon, and will continue from day ejeday thereafter till the property la all cold. Terms of Hale All sums under 3 to be cash; all eusus above s and under 5u, to be three months oretllt; all sums above fio and under loo, to be nix months orsditt ami all luoir of I'M and over, Smooths credit. In all cases of eredlt, the purchaser to give his note with approved personal security, for amount pur chased , to bear interest from dny of sale. Said watches, clocks and Jewelry are all of the tMatquaHty, ami were selected with gieat care by Mr. Aubert during his lifetime, for tile retail trade In the city of Dayton and vicinity. aprm-dtt . . H. DDL TIN, Administrator. NEW WORK,at the OLD STAND - .JVo, S, Jefferson Street. . "It Is mow Mttled thnt thei.ArrtHO health of awi, ntu. women tiul uhlldren, depend on the con tilt Ion r DAVID SCHRE1AK WOULD KESPKC'J'KIJLLY BAY TO thr cltizeni of Dnyton itmi HurrountUnR coun try, that hit Aprinr mil Summer tuck it now eom plete, oomUtlnKot All ktndi of LAdlcs MIbrpi'. ttnd ChUtlren'a Booti, Shoes, Gitters, with hef U or without; Alto a iBie RHvortuient of Mem', UojV, and Youtha' Boott, Unlten, and Oxford Tin. Hvtng purchased hit stock right from th facto ries for cAsh, enables him to sell us chej,or cheap er tha i an other house in this city. He also has a large supply of Mens Patent Leath er Boot, Gaiter and Oxford Tie Tups, which he will make to order to tit the foot. He kps constantly-employed the best workmen, and ts prepared to do all kinds of Custom Work on short notice. All rliis repaired free of charge. He asks a liberal share of publlo patronage, and feels confident that he can pleuse all whocrder work Hamamber tbeold and favorite place, 81,Jeilerson treet. below the market. aprso . . " T "dietrichs Coaoentrated Euence of Jamaica CHn 8r. FO R the Cure of Indigestion, Nervous Headaehe, Flatulency, an for all troublea aris ing from a had Stumaoh. An excellent article for weak persona, frepaied and sold by J. W. DIKTHICH, Druggist, PHILLIPS' HOUSE, opposite Court House, iliird at., Dayton, O. INDIA Rubber Diapering. For Children and Sick UaU. for aaie by . .. , . W. DIETRICH, Phillii. Housa GENUINE Iow'i Brown Windsor Soap. Honey, Almond, Palm, Ul)oeriue, Nympb and Poneine soap, for sale by J. W. DIKTKICH, Drugglat, Philliw House. VIRGIN Olive Oils, of a superior quality, for table use line, fresh and t.weet. For aale by i. W. IIIK1HK H, llrugglst, Phillips House. TUBE Paints, Canvass, Brushes A large Assortment for sale by 1. W. DIKTRICH, Druggist, wd Phillips House. Family Bread. WW. WOLF, at the request of many s of his customers, proposes to deliver bread aa sake to those who ma desire it, at their reel aWasot. His wagon will be ready for service in tlie course of the prenent week. In the mean time he requests all who desire blin to deliver bread at their rcsidracceto leave word at his 1'a'iery InO rcgon. He la now baklne- a auperlor ot Family Bread, which he feels uouilden-will be found O. K ad u. uilK-U ay all who try it. FISHING TACKLE I Langdons Hardware Store JOINTED Pish Poles 3,M to 6,110. triaIU Brass Balance, Multlpl) Ing V"'aJT ' li lain Reela, IS to ,tf each. ... ... . - U4.s nou.., n Guides and Vlps, s. Silk and Linen Lines. .tra Limerick Hooks and snoods. mil ' SMITH WESSON'S PATENT REVOLVER I LAVCiSOH'S HARDWARE STORE, NO. W, MAIN STRKKT. 'THIS Piato) is the lightest on in the A world that has force. Weight only Ten ounces. Is loaded quioker thna other Pistols are espited. la aure era utuU, all atreumatHncea. Ho Injury la eaosad to the Arm or Ammuultlon by allowing It to remain loaded any length of time. pie la Its eoaetruetlua that It is ;not liable to get iun- But of order It ! Perfectly Safe te r urryl .. TS srtlnAw holds seraa shot, Tare more than etfcsfaU pistel. , uyi 'nrf f1f Iff vol; x. DAYTON OIIIOFMDAY, MAY 13, 1859. . NO. 9S. IIIE DAILY EMPIRE OPSMOS1 OF puaUOATIONr Isipirl tail Jing, Third! it, Soitk list W, Itii t Jefwtol T at faat Bf WnlttB.OOp.r TeartnaSvans. lo seats p.r vveeh. pavsble to thooarrfer. etnele eopiee. putup In wrappers. Soaata. Cincinnati Agency. Th Oineinnati Tttm Foundrr Company la onr duly ulhoriaed Axnt to make contrncta and receipt for Advertisement subscriptions, Ac, in that city. To BuwmmsMc. The Empire Job Rooms are in complete trim, and we are now prepared to do work of all description in the boat style oimeare. uaii in ana examine our worn ana learn oar prices. iltio ADTWTUEas. Advertisements or Notices for the Umpire must be banded into the otiice by 'cUek on the da; they are de- urea to oe putmsneu not later, w e cannot agree to lnsirt them after that hoar. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to have advertisements inserted in the Weekly Empire should hand them in bf Saturday morning, at the latest l$Our advertising patrons will perceive that, by onr arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always new a very important matter to them. KTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports. Tar It 1 The Dally Empire, a local and gem eral NEWS-psper, is published every after noon. Price, 10 oents per week, psyable to the Carrier. Oar eitiaena are solicited to fry it; if it does not give satisfaction, we will not insist on their continuing it. CT Attention is called to the ssle of real es tate, by N. E, Jordan, Esq., Master Oommisi si oner, to lake place tomorrow at the Court House. Personal We lenrn that James Camp, bell, Esq., has resigned the position of Su, penntendent of the Publie Schools in this city, and has eooepffd the Presidency of the Coal Oil Company, at Charleston, Vs., a poai tion both responsible and profitable. The beet wishes of a largo oirole of friend will attend him to hi new epbore ef labor. Taa TouRnAMRnT. Preparations are be ing made by the gentlemen who have attend ed (.'apt. De Reu s Poncing Aeademy, to get op the finest chivulrio display oq next Mon day evening at Huston Hull ever before pre1 scnted in the West Indeed, we doubt whether any thing so extensive, attractive and complete as this will be in all the re quirements of the Tournament, woe eerbe fore attemptod in this country. Of oourse all onr citir.ens who can appreoiate so manly and gallant an entertuinment will desire to witness it ; and those who expeot to secure seats, should do so this week,as already over four hundred tickets have been given out Oo to Mores' and to Sherwood's, Clegg's Building, 3d St. and secure tickets without delay. . SrA gentleman of our acquaintance Las a-good cow, which is in the habit of "stay ing away" a day or two every week, and has to be hnnted np. Oo Monday last, she disappeared, and a part of Tuesday and Wednesday wa spent in hunting for her, but without sucoess. On Thursday evening as our friend was returning from a tiresome and bootless search, he found his cow near a house in this vioinity, where ahe was standing quietly with some oow oompany. He did not at first reoognics ber, aa some one had out off a part of her tail I Just as he was starting off, a man aooosted him with "Is thot your oow, mister ?'' "Yes; why?'' "vveu, i aiunt know, cine nasn't been a quarter of a mile from here fur about four days ; and as I seed you looking at her half a dozen times before, and going off, I thought she didn't belong to you that's alL'1 It was true ; the owner had seen the cow and noted her close resemblance to his own, but the maimed tail had misled him. We learn that it is a usual thing for persons to out off the tails of cows hereabouts, and take them in oharge, trusting that they will not be recogniied by their owners. These rasi eats ought to be caught at It ITT While on a visit at Woodland Cemetery, the other day, we presumed on "auld acquaint ance' far enough to make an inspection of the various books and memoranda kept by the Sexton, Mr. George Lane. In them we found many interesting items connected slOi Iloi, meats ; and the notes made in the margin of the books are, many of them, real cur ioai ties. These entries are put down intelligently, in a remark ably neat handwriting a cbirography of which a schooluialrea would uot be ashamed. W may, on some future occasion, give some Items which it would be proper to make public, and which will be interesting to our readers. "Ova Flau is Thitsc I "A lady (riaod sent us sn exquisite bouquet, yesterday evening, ex ceediug any similar floral demonstration made I upon our sanctum siuce genial Spring gave U cense to the flowers. This fragrant offering was acconipaniad by an annatieenrloaily in the shape of a mammoth flag stalk, having, upon it and in full bloom, tigAt flowers I This exceeds scything in timt line ws aver saw before. The fair donor will accept our thauks for lie ptpaaj are her beautiful gift afforded u. "Our Flag i there " . . tiojrTh ale of Jeweiry, watobes, clock, will be continued al 300, third at, this afternoon and evening. Tboae who want any thing good in this line should attend, All the article put op will be sold, a tb time is pretty near up. . OflROon Fkkp Htohb I n thee time of oaroity of grain, and all kind of feed ; it is sometimes impossible (o get a supply. Mr MoC'aualttnd, on Wayne st, near Fifth, al. way keep on band eyery variety which can possibly b obtained. He ba just received 150 bub,el f corn, )00 bushel of oats, and a large amount of shqrta, brand, and hay.- W recommend our friend to go to Mr.il for feed. ( sells tb best quality at tit lowest rates. tdrRy refcrenc to Mr. W city's card, it will be seen that b will bava atrawborrie and oream this evening I Just think of that, ye lover of good thing I II will have the luxuries from this day on through tb tssoo. Call this) awning and get tb first Ut. i Oap.i:ns, Politics, rto. W were ont on a troll about the suburb of the city yester dayin the vicinage of the truck patch and took a view of vegetation on the ground. It would surprise very many of our market goers to see the large amount of table veget ables that are being grown lor tb tablp of tbi city. The imall mm pies they eee in market do not give them any thing like ' an adequate idea of the vast supply in this neighborhood. We saw lot after lot, aore after aore of "green stuff,'1 whiuh was stand ing so thick that we could, not tea the earth upon which it wo growing. The truckmen Wore in good humor.ns well might they be, and conversed with u freely shout their crop; what they hoped to realise; what they proposed to do with their earn. inga ; about the improvements they content plated making, when they become able to do so ; end we were treated to interesting treat' iset on growing greens, etol Nearly every man we met inquired about the war; all seemed to take a lively internet in what wa transpiring in the neighborhood of their faa therland ; and they wore, indeed, better posted than we were npon the condition of affair in the old world. We noticed one peculiarity in the work the female worked while the men rested. We will have a "world of plenty" this season. Boot and Shoe at Auction. Mr. B. N. Davis, the olever Root and Shoe denier, 79, Jefferson street, Intending to hereafter devote his time to the manufacture of work, will sell out his entire stock of Eastern work at auotion, on next Tuesday. This will af ford an opportunity to all who want light work at low prices. The stoek will be sold without reserve, and Christopher says he won't stand on copper bids. - CT Our acknowledgments are due a party of gentlemen for a very agreeable serenade at onr residence. No. 180 Jeffersonsstreet, st 9 o'clock the other moraine;. The melody of their dulcet symphonies haunted us through our morning dreams. A serenade is a grateful offering, which we hope ever to be able to fully appre ciate. , ' ST The Farmers k Mechanics Tsvern, on 3d St., west of Main, ia one of the best slopping places in the city. Under the superintendence of Ben. Schieble, it hss become one of the most popular hotels in the country. He prepares an extra dinner. XT feome one stole a valuable horeo from Mr Washington Dern, who resides a few miles south of this city, on Wednesday night. The Cincinnati Enquirer says, the owner was in that city in search of his lost animal, but was not successful. , ST We learn that a little girl fell over th balusters, a( the S.E. District House, yesterday, bruising herself bsdly. The accident happened while plsying. MS Assessor of Real Estate are compel led, by Hie revised Tax Lavf, to make their returns to the Auditor, on, or before the first Monday in July. ' ' "" Ie3.lt i reported that Mr. Hiokle I pre paring for the stage. A position behind the ourtaio would become her better than be fore it. IA.We could not conceive of finer weath er than we at present enjoy, unless it m'ght be under the "skies of Italy." Table Etiquette) Eiya Centuries Ago. The following, says the National Intelligen cer, is taken from a manuscript entitled a Baki of Courw.yt, written five hundred years ago, before the invention of printing, but still pre served in the British Museum : "Pare thv bread in two. the unner crust from the under. Out the upper portion into four quarters and set them together aa if whole. Out the lower crust into three, turn it down and lay it before thy trencher. Sit upright, nor touch bread or wine, drink or ale, until thy mesa of meat be offered thee, lest men say thou art a &lulton. Keep thy nails clean, lest thy neigh or be disgusted. Bile not thv bread and lav it down. That ia no courtaaye to use in town; But break as much aa thou wilt eat, The remnant lor the poor thou, shall let. Eat in peace, and avoid disputes and games. Oct never thy cheek be made too great Wiib morsel of bread that thoo shslt est; . An ape's mouth men say he makes That bread and flesh in his cheek bakes. "Do not laugh or apeak with thy mouth full, por atip thy pot I see noisilv. Let not thv .noon stand in thy dish, nor lay it on thy diub side, . .1 I. a i . : i i . i . . . . wu virouMi ii, oou um, ine ctoin witu thy nn. gers. Wipe thy month ere drinking. Call not for a dish that has been taken from the board, iapit not on the board, nor play with thy dog." Prom the dirhction relative lo cleaning the nose at table, it seems pocket handkerchiefs snd nspkins were not in fashion, as the diner ia di, reeled to wipe hie fingers in his tippet or his skirt "Cleanse not tiiy teeth at meat silling With knife nor straw, stick nor wand; Whilst thou hold meat in thr mouth beware To drink: that is unhonest cheer; And also physic forbids it, And says thou mayest be choked by that bit; If it go thy wroog throat into. And atop thy wind, thou art fordo." "Don't tell scandalous tales at table. Don't stroke the cat. Avoid fouling the board cloth with thy knife. Blow not oo thy meat, nor eet with thy knife. Wipe out tby teeth with the board cloth. Lean not on thine elbow, nor din .iiy uiuiuu iuw buy urina. iip not toy n.n or meat into the salt cellar. Spit not in the baain where thou was best after meat, nor spit lika a vaKsw'u a any time. A KaBRipATioaT Th story that has been going the round of the paper to the effeut (hat Ueo. 13. Loring, Esq., of a!em Massa chusetts, caused the name of the leadiug man of that region to be attached, by forg ing them, to reoumuiendttlion for his ap pointment to tli offio of Post IX aster at ratt le in, and by reason of which ha received the appointment in 13.13, turn out to be a wick' ed falsehood. President l'lr,ro appointed Dr. Ixiriug from personal knowledg of the man and tn the absence of any recommenda tion whatever ; hence there is not a shadow pi ground for this malicious and wicked slander. WiNXKP m Minn soTi, Twenty thou, sand feeble-bodied eoallivvags from lb uni versities eo)Ieget, hospitals, lawyer' olioos, and dry good stores, are wanted in Minne sota, to aoeeorn, and cultivate muaole.Mio- aasota win pay f i.uuu per capita, annually, in wheat, corn, oat, potatoes and miscella neous vegetables, for oil the paupers in New York city, who have lege, aroie. and eve enough left to handle a pickaxe or bo. fT A prisoner in th dock, npon one occa sion, was ohaervod to ne in Mara. "Why do you weepf" inquired the judge. 'Abl rnv lord, it ws sot till I heard sav counsel's eMsaae that I knew how iaaoeeat I Ml" , I The Austrian Line of Defense. All aoconnt agree that the Austrian army i well officered and abundantly provided with the munition of war. The two great line of Austrian defense, any a recent wri ter, are the line ef th Minoio, and the line of tb A dig. , Of J-.ese two the former is th strongest ; it is dilhoolt, Indeed, to oon. coive any thing stronger. , . The Mincio, Virgil' river "smooth-sli ding Minoliia, crowned with vooal reeds" runs with a deop, sluggish stream right across the plain of liointmrdy from the bottom of the Lago di Uarda, on the north, to tb Po on the south. Juet where it issuoa from die lake is Pesshiera, a fortress always formida ble, but by the efforts of the last tun years, rendered almost impregnable. At the other extremity of the line of defense stands Man tua situated in the midst of marshea.whioh in few hour nan be converted Into a lake by the simple management of a few dams and sluices. Mantua, thus strong by natu ral position, has been trebly strengthened by art It i prnotieaUy impregnable; its earth-work defy artillery, its swamps are mortal with malaria. For a weaker force to endeavor, in face, of a stronger foroo, to pass the line of the Minoio with Peschiera on one flank, and Mantua on the other, would be among the most hartnlons of military en prises ; and yet until the line of the Minoio is forced, Austria remains strategically the mistress of Lombardy. The line of the Ad ige resting on th vast entrenched camp of Verona is at least equally strong. The com mand of the Austrian troops will devolve up on floneral Hen. CT Mr. J. M. Snieraon A Co., of New York, republish Charles Dickens' new periodical " All the Tear Round ." Emerson A Co. announce that the work will be simultaneously published in New x ork and; London, the matter being set up and stereotyped several weeka in advsnrs of publication. If thl be true, Harpers must receive their "advance sheets" of Dickens' new novel, so that it Will be read here before it is presented to the English public. Dickens promises new Christinas etoties for his new ne nodical, and It Is stated in the prospectus for Ibe re-publication of his periodical, that there are private reasons for his abandonment Household Words, and that the principal pub He reason is found in the fact that the large ac cumulation of back volumes (now numbering eighteen; bad-become a serious bar to these quieition of new subscribers. The prospectus also informs us Inst il Is confidently expected that durinc the coming autumn, Mr. Dickens will revisit ihia country, and give a series of those readings which nsve proved so popular in England. Should he do so. "All The Year Round" will present its readers with the notes of his tour Irom weex to week. State Sabbath School Convention. This body met in Cincinnati on Wednesday A large number of delegatcswere in attendance and very great iutereat was manifested in the objects of tb Convention. The Convention met in Smith A Nixon's Hall, and organised by the flection of the ful lowing eCftxis re: President James M. Hoyt, Esq , of Cleve land. Vice Presidents Ohss. H. Wolfe, of Oinoin nati ; Rev. Anson Smythe, of Columbus ; IV ter Odlio, of Dayton ; W. W, Scarborough, of Cincinnati: and W. F, Converse, of Ssndus ky. Secretaries Thomas Moodif, of Columbus H. H. Brown, of Cincinnati; and Edwin Ful ler, of Portsmouth. On the first day the following questions were reported for discussion. I. How can the older scholars be retained? J- Infant Ulaaars their influence snd man sgemeot. 3. Bible Glasses how best secured, and their management. 4. What la the beat means to gsther into schools those children, within their bounds who neglect them, and promote an exten.inn of scnoois in city anu country? 5. Early conversions may we not expect tuenii aim ougnfc we not to laoor lor IhemY 6. Monthly Concert of I'raver fur Hunduv Schools its importance snd management. i. ivacuera meetings tneir importance ana emcieucy. n. Laoiis should they not e rrom the Old as well as the New Testament should thev be committed? should the whole school have the same lesson? 9. What should Sabbath School Teachers be willing to accept as a test ol their faithfulneaa? 10. Qualifications of Teachers. II. Music its influence in the Sabbath eichool. I a. How tn prevent Sabbath Schools from being the occasion ol neglecting family reli gious instruction. From the Sandusky Register, May 11. I. O. O. F.—Annual Meeting of the Grand Lodge. Lodge of the Independent Order ol uaii fellows convened st the Hall of Valhal la Lodge in this city, yesteiday mnrniua st ten o'clock. There was a full attendance fur the hrst ilai sixly.su of ihe seventy .two grand representatives answerirg to their names on the opening of me seaaion The fullowing Grand officers were present John M Wheeler, M. W. O il aster. Henj. O True. 11. W. D. O. Master. Chaa. H. Ilabcuck, H. W. O. Warden. Alex E. Olenn, K. W. O. Secretary. Wm, . Slater, It. W. U. Treasurer. John H. Reea.W. ii. Marshal. The B W. 0 Cbsplsin beiug absent, the M. W. t U. appointed the Kev, Brother Samuel uee to act in that eanariiy. TheR. W O. Guardian being absent, P. O. Joseph W. Newburgh was appointed to fill the varancy. '4 he Grand Master, Grand Secretary and Grand Trmtauror iii.iIm thnir ...n.i.l ........... which were duly referred to approprlste com' luifcifea- GRAND SECRETARY'S REPORT. The following tabular statement from the U'and bccrelary s report shows the condition of th subordinates for the year ending Dec. .,,.1 last prat r number uf Lodies S:tX Initiation I.Mii Ariruitteu try card ,Ma Withdrawn 858 Hejecied Hi ajapemied 23 fcxnelled I,'! 1(1 uainstaieo) ,01 Deaths 174 hast Grand Mem Iters 82 'j-t Number of Brothers relieved t,H!S9 number or widowed families relieved 377 H uiohef of brothers buried Kx wipi iU7.H(ll Amouut psid for relief of Brothers 30,700 53 Widow 4.lf77tl " " burying the dead 4,744 47 " education of orpbao H)II Tola! amount uf expenditure S9,H&6 US Mmoo Th Washington aorrea.mndent of tb Courier write a follows : In the present distraoted alula (J Mexico. th import can not ba a large a formerly. Double duties ar now levied o ioiuorta on duty al th port, and a second duty af ter the oonimoditie leave tb Dort for tha interior. Th port first is for th benefit of mv,w.h, sav Hit SHOPS lOf tb Mu-awoa Uortraweut NEWS ITEMS. I.sily Shelley announces, In one Volume, "Memorials of the Percy By-she Shelley." Tbi lady Was a Miss Gibson, formerly msrrled to a brother of th present Lord Bnllingbroke, and sfier his death she msrried, in 1P48, th present Sir Percy Florence Shelley, son of th poet. A dnni nuisance i to be abated st Portage, Wis., by the Sheriff, nnder orders of a Court. The dam ia the property of a hydraulic compa ny, and obstructs the lumber business, which Is said lo have suffered $ill0,0fc0 the present yea' by the nuisance. Rev. Henry G. Kin, of Ihe Methodist Epis eopal Church, died on Saturday laat, of a pro traded illness. He was ona of Ihe oldest min isters of the Philadelphia Conference, having become a member of thnt body In 1819. A new idea for a "track" for the exhibition of horses, hss been suggested by a gentleman of Hariford, Conn. It is an elongated figure 8, and aa the track rrosacathe intersection of middle of Ihe figure, neither horse ran got the advantage of the shorter or im ide track. An Albany paper etstealhiu the property left by Mali. Peel is estimated nt $15,00(1. He (ilr. Peeljwas one nf the mo-, successful Min strels that this country ever produced. During Ihe past four months his troupe earned over $1,1100 a week. Horace Vernet is going to be married at the age of sixtysseven. The illustrious painter hss gained the hesrt of a widow, Madam Ma. rie Amclle Fuller, whose first husbsnd was a M. de Bois Hicbeux. A well known politician nf Mississippi, in a recent speech before the sovereigns, said: "kour woolen goods are nearly all cotton, yourlinnen shirts are now mado of cotton, and your silk hsls are nearly three thirds cotton." The Shelby, Ky., News sistes that the wheat I crop in that county is as prniLising as was ever known, 'the farmers ar eeoerally backward in planting corn, hut with favorable westher, all will be right. Among Ihe, notables who hve engaged Colle ges st Newport, B. I., are Mad. De Wilhorn, the TifTnaya, J Blockhead, and R. Van Llm burg, the son in-law lo Gen. Cass. The presentation day exercise of the Oiaas of 18611 of Kenyon College, at Gambier, will bo held in Rosse Chapel, on Tuesday, May SI. Dr. Charles Mackay is putting his recollec tions of travel in this country in a work enti tled "Life and Liberty in Americs." Mrs. Virginia Breckeni irige, wife of Rev. Dr. Roliert J. iiieekenridge. of Kentucky, died on Sunday last, in Ihe SUtb year of her age. Professor Aytoun hss lost his wife, the youngest daughter of Christopher North, A Trick of the Trade. A correspondent of a New York naner men turns a grievance in the metier of school books in at, tu nis opinion, requires exposure and leg. ialative suppression. It is Ihe system by which publishers, school committees, snd tear hen. in soma rases; have combined to discourage and prevent the issue and circulation of now school books, without reference to the r merits. No matter, we are told, how excellent the improve, tnents of the new competitor for public iavor may lie, it ia impossible, almost, to cecubi a puonsiier. vre Know nothing from personal Tamil, oi tnia state oi tnitigs, nut the in togrity of our correspondent, whose comnluin we append, auflicienlly vouches for its exist ence : " Surety so flagrant a public wrong ought to iiru wj u,e auperinieuaent ot scnoois, ol the Legislature. 8urely Ihe 'bribery' of tench eta and cnmmilleea ia hiith treason acainat nn system of public eduestion, and the corruiatnr and the corrupted ought to he punished by net ual mulcts or public exposure. It leads to the us of high priced and unsuitable school boo!ts ; of high priced books, becsnae the profit made by Ihe publisher is in nrnnnrtiiin in ihA sna so also ol Ihe tnscuers and committees ; of Hiiauiiabie Ouoka, hecauae neither Ihe teachers nor committees will inquire into their merits, hut be governed bv the amount nf the hrilu. We often hear complaints from parenta about the frequent changes made in the books used in schools. New hooka of a different kind have frequently to be procured while the discarded books are yet in good condil ion, they claim and these changes amount to a considerable auin every year. How is thist Why is it? Who knows T Who will give th information u an explicit shspe 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Master Commltaloner'a Bala. Jackaon A. Jordan, l against Superior Court, No. 113. John Hammel, et. al. PURSUANT to an order of the Superior Court of Monteoraerr ( ountv. made In tha above case, at its April term, A. 11. Iti'ie, and to me. direct ed, I shall oiler at puli Ic auction at the door of the t t " '", in the county Haturday, Junb 18, 150, between tha hours of one and four o'olnev p at sum uar, ue iimuwinir uescrineo property, to wit- Situate In Montgomery oouuly, Ohio, vis: Lot numbered twenty-uloe (ilS) and thirty (to) a. ileilgnuted on a plat of the auh-dlvlstou of part ot section thirty-two (91) and partof fractional section thirty-three (U) township two ('.) range six (S) east. i .-.-" "..-, -.-., aua oiners, and recordeil in the records of at. Co.. u. eaid iironerlv to he sold un a tiiifvmnt u. rn... r i wa A..t,ruait nvains. jonn nammel. The atHveproiierty is appraiaeil at one hundred and twenty ilollaraeach, andcann t be aoldior less iii.nciiii, uuuars eai-11. lermsotsale cash. N. K. JORDAN, Mast. Com. Sup. Court at. fo, O. JoiiOAIt i JOHIIAN, Alt1)., for pi'ir. ntyis-dtnowiwtdos Nualr Coiuuslaalunrr's Salt,. David A. Warebaw, , . v.. f Sujierlor Court. Alexander Kwavule.et.al. ( Ko. list. PURSUANT to an order of the Superior court of Montgomery county, Ohio, aiule In the ahove ease,! Its February term, leas, ami tomadl- reoted, 1 will oiler at publfe the Court Mouse, In theetty ot If a, toe. In thaiu.. H m uuilllV .UOIIW. SE II. nnnr n ty of Moutgouer) and Slate of uhio.on SA-rrauAT, Jutra 18, lSj'J, oeiween tne noura of i and 4 o'eloca-, Y. M. of aald day, the following Heal k'slale, to will Lot No. one hundred and furty.two (lJua Map K.ui..lel.v John H. Uraud, William frloe ad Was. rosim.u, Coiinul.siuuurs apiioliited by tha Coui. Pleas Court of Itamlltou coifnty, Ohio, to make partition of the prop rty belonging totlie Kiudley heirsln Moutgoui ery couuly, Ohio. Said lot fronts on tha norlh side of Klrst street, llayiou, In aald Moutgnmerv eountv wen., Kr.,aiiu ruoniiigoaex tothe Lake Krie and Mail Hlver Hall Hoad, lu aald Montgomeiy ounti. Ohio, ountainiiic ttva aarea ana u... t i and twenty ioles. aald proper!) Is to be sold on a iuds-aeat In favor e. at. The ahove proiwrty ha heen appralard al one thmisaod and sis dollars and tw.niv.nv. v. U.VHI n. v. nrv-uain, agninsi Awaantler awavole. cel., and i iu.it he son for leas thaa twe-tl Iras ol urmiui mis sua. n. H. JORDAN, lfastwe fiMin.w,:.. of Sujierlor Court of Alontgoaiery oouaty , Ohio. st. 14. vT-rh:KriKi.o, Ait y. ror ri ar. myia-4awpdawts SAITOiVSTALL'S FlRE AND WkATHER-P.OOF ADIIF.SI VK AXD ELASTIC ROOF. COATING! ror Metal and Canvaa Roofa, IB0I s-fNCBtAkTBrROrri, WAaS,C. r. aovn co., PROfklKTORS ASOLR MANUFACTUIiaS, No. 132 'at2dt,(Ut RaeestKIm,) CIJfCniWAH, 0 ylt-iw4 Strawberries and Cream! FIRST OF TIIF, SEASON!! Strawberries and Oream, THIS EVENING, AND EVEET OAT AND EVENING ni.vlJ-lt DURING THK KEAfON. ADVERTISEMENT. Daulel Deckel. Frederick Kcaert, superior court, jo. ichs . et. al. 1)1'1SUANT to an order of the Superior Court of Mont vomer v Count v. Oh in. mide In the above mr, at Its April term, ins, nnd to mf (II- reotel, I shall off at public nuctlon, st the? ilnor of me uoun nvut, in i ne nry 01 imimn, in ine county or aionirnmery ana mateoi 'mo, on Haturday, Mat 14. 1859. between the hours of ona anil fmir o'clock, P. M., 01 trRiH nsy, in lonowinff nem n,rTP, m wit: ruu Ate tn the town of Oaklnnd, Montgomery county, to wit: Iot No. one humlretl and two (iw; In the town of OaUnl, In Mad River Township, as laid oft -nine mil, iw.7 sain plat recorded in snd Montfcoiii. ervooiintv. Ohio, ffatil property Is to he until nn a judgment In favor of Daniel Deckel, against KraiW ericK noKen.et.ai. Tt.a above property Isapnratvertat three hufcrirrri dollars, and can not he sold for less thm t wo-thirds of the appraised value, which Is fsoo. terms 01 mnim i nan. N. K. JOKJlAN, Master Commissioner. Jordan and Jordan, Att'ys. for IM'tt. aprU-tt Idoesey's SELF RAKING REAPER AND MOWER 1 PRITZ & KUHNS. DAVTOIV, OHIO. N ADDITION TO THK MANUFAC- tore of our celebrated Grain llrlll.. u-e ... ..in- pared to furnish the Farmers with Dorsey's Sell Ak Ing Reaper and Blower. This Machine Is of lighter m nuRiii man any ouier Macnine snawn. "Jr"" "'"'I'llctty of construction precludes The driver sits on the hnru n , i.. ...i. ITlSCOIIi lSCt anil iliir.li n. where he can have full view of the operation. ' Itdiapenseswlth the Reel entlreli-i in. K....in.. Arms serving a far better purpose, gathering the grain gently tothe cutters without Timr.MiiNu o ...Ai i.Kini., aociueponiuig n with regularlti on the pint form. Whon sulllclent straw hits been cut to form a proper sited sheaf, the Rake, in an easy, Sraueful manner, removes It from the platform, by side de livery, leaving the track perfectly e'ear, so that an entire Held may be out, If desired, without Medina. The straw la laid btsaioiit and kven atthebut No atraw will he found soattered between the sheaves; therefore a horse-rake will lie unneee-rsrv. The sheave, ate delivered with pegnlarltv. Their compact and neat appearance cannot lie equaled by any hand-rauer from reaping machine or cradle awaths. The Rake can be adjusted to suit heavy or light grain, forming large or .mall sheaves, as desired! The rake takes orr. ennsliv ui.n iih. .ni.i straight grain, lesviiu; the buts even and square. work iu" reel' requiring no more power to By the substitution of the take, the Itbor, wanes and board of a man are saved. The mmihlne Is iwrlectly balanoed, leaving no more weight on the horses'necks than la necessary to keen the touaoe down. ' The UlOWiuaarranirenient niunil. In .11 L1....1 v.... ,,,, mual muaiaoiory manner, and is acknowleilgeil to lie Ihe moat complete labor aavlng harvester known. rrice siuo-on.-hail down, and Ihe hilaneeln six ninmhs-or I60 on .delivery at our Shop, Lower Hydraulic, Davtorr. For pamphlets and eertlfteares, address mylU 1'RIT. A KUHNS, Dayton, O. Stray Oow. CJTHAYEl), from the undersigned, in Y t hambersbiire, Montgomery county, on IheO-Jd day or April, Isso, a Small Red Muley Cow, with some white SHts, oneof which is In her faee. Any person giving me information u. th.t 1 r...u i.. agulii, will lie liberally rewarded. ..-.ww j, jc, M UNO pit. Nw Eplacopal Church, to be located In 2d or 3d Ward. -THEHE will be a meeting held to no seieci onieers on Thursday, Msy .aih al VI o'eloca, in the basement -of the Methodist s . .... n --.fc .. .. ."' siren, aii are aneotionately invited I attend. ,,,. JAMES H. STEWART. Attorney and Counsellor AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, TiriLL IIVE I'KOMPT ATTENTION V to all business entrusted to his lira. In M.. gomery and adjoining counties. OrMl.h, in the Second Story of the Kmpire Huildinc. Third street. Ik.tn. SUIU. . ... - , j 1 mayll-Iydaw To Merchants AND MILLINERS..'- W.P. DEV0U& ROCKOOD, IMPOMTBRfl WHOLIIAU DkTAI.CHS AND MANVTAC' Ti'uni OK MANTILLAS, DUSTERS Cloaks and Bonnets, 83 Sl 85, I'EARL ST., CINCINNATI, O., Olfar tothe Merchants and M miners of this section DuHii-iefe agsoriment Ol Btraw and Btlk Ronnata, bawlaand Menu Has, Draaa Tilmutlnga, mhvoic1ea and Wttlta Ooods, Bonus t Ribbons and Mlllluery Oooda Our extensive eouaectloa iu the - 1. aides us to sell a. low as can be ottered 1 .ii ... West, and we Invite the attaatttoa of close buyera. arMirw istiunawsH 10 CASH UUYKH. uiylu Taxes I Tazss t Tazei ! NOTICE I To th Taa Payer of Montgomery Co TllE receipt for the Jun pavment ol 'axea, are now ready. Thesvtk or June la the last day allowed by law, for the pa)meut of Umse taxea. Tli Treasurer's ok will U- aeiit onen from 1 till IS, A. M., and fresa I to P. hi., until the IU dj of Jua, neat. An iiMrtunlty U an ottered to all who wish to pay before th rush oojumencee. my 10-tt Treasurer Montgomery eountv, (Journal and i-xtt copy, daily, tt.i JUAATHAS kmNVT Pttleimo Orantres. pn llOXES aBa quality Palermo Orang. OKJ unrsaad sweet, at ' iRANDrNBI'RO a CD 'S r'? No. sun, id t. Artesian Weil ARTESIAN MINERAL W ATE II, fresh Slawai s liru. MurV. Mr Altw. Blua Utk WMai-. , ti- OBAVOBa AMD XaHMOKS. d. r. , a Huti. . - A IMAT 9, I850!!i Mantillas Mhntillnft"- A We have Just received a isrxe Invoice of FltEIVCII LACE mAlMTII.I.A, CIIA NTILEiA SII.K lo do do lo FRKNCTI LACK I'OINTH, SILK JHTHTKIta ' In prices ranelns from i,no to SM.fio at the CASH JOHN, VAN"D01tKN St CO. my CARPENTER SHOP!!! J. B. Raymond HAS tnken W. FAIRS M .bind, on 2d street, hetvveen Jeflkrin .nit a ,-ini. . t he Is prepared to do ' if VII VI NO A XD HEP A IMXfi To the snt -faction of all imtronlliiiir lihn. Al.n Stnlr llulldlnr. Give him a rail. lin-lmd City Property for Sale. ADKSIKE lo visit Kurnpe, induces me tn otter my nreseut-llesiil.ncn. nw-.tMl nn i.. n. Iileol TMnl street, helttw Perry, Inr sale. 'Ihe lot Is IMIfeel front and Siki leet deep, north snil i,st on alley, on tvlib-h nre threo I welling Houses, a t rn servatory, stntile, Wood House, and inanv oilier Improvements. , The whole Is hanilsnni.lv ........I i . . with a (treat many illMl reni kiln's of choice Irulf benrhurtiees, snipes enough to make winei a great Varielv of hsnlv tlnveer. anil flnur.,1.. Bi....i.i.n... ornament thegarilcn. A freest manv ilttfeient kimls oi i.reeninni.e ri,.i, ,!..(, aa urrnsis, Lin. on., romecrsnattii. Htiites. a' vrt i s. oi.n.i.rB n.,.inii.n. choice Plants In the t 'oniervatori . Alan,' a number of beautiful stinted hints, itc. Th premises combine nil the conveniences ne cesinrj for health and cnnilolt in tha oily, as well as a larxe garden. Persons who wish to purchase a beautiful home, are Invited tocsll and view the prcml-ra. rri.-p ren.onsi'ie, HUH lOOp I'SJ meMS. mya-an-id K. H. I.ANOSTKHT. WEST'S HOTEL, rosNca or Columbus Avenue and Water Street, SANDUSKY CITY, OHIO. , W. T, WK.t! j Proprietors. mj-tt-tf BIMM & BRO. HAVK jurst received tine TSoiisanft bush, nice I'OTATOKs. fur ., ih. i..., lni'Tjiii inn ni-nii 111 ine llnsln. I.eifiSfrnlors! Water my a Coolers ! ! KBBPCOOLI KEEP COMFORTABLE! WOULD you, during the coming hot V months, have rnvsri meat Instesil nf TAivrrM Ntcr butter Instead of sam ml awK-rTmilk liii-tcnd of souat The smii.i.s of your wile In.tead of her mow nsI Than go av oni s and lay your ease helm e A. W. MCE & CO., Hub'od Building, Dayton, and your withes can lie satisfied. They have Re frlgcnitois of all srjlrs and sires, all ailmlMl-lv ailnpted to Impart to your comfort, nml rrte.-t a crrnt siivlug ol Ice over the old way of keeping It. They have also Water Cooler, acd he Ciesm Freezers, and the Old Dominion Coffee Pot! Ily the use of which all the aroma of vnur fntfl-e during boiling. Instead of golnt oil In vapor all over jnnr bouse, is condensed and thrown I aik into 11 e (otlee, thus Injuring to you n more dehrlim, nt-t i.-lr aiidenectlnt; aaavuig to the amount of Collee une I m 7 Spring Clothing. 119 Sc 121, MAIN STREET. 119. S. SCHlFER 119. LIAS JUST RECEIVED HIS Sl'HlNtl ."e"."'.nXl'mpr'" Fancy nnd Uisck Silk Robes, Plain and Funcy Silks, lilack .V . . Colored, la every variety of style, bought recently, and toll. in at LOW l'HICK.S. SI In and ljice Msutllla., shawls, Dusters, i'nrasiils, Hosiery. Kmhroiderii s, Nkirts and Trimmings, New styles, and at Rinii'i 11 Pi,n r.! Orenailfne, Oeraee. organdie Ji Valencia Robes, chnlliea, Foiilaids Beraee, Anvlals, a'encia-, and Traveling lirets Good-i H1NTZKS, French and Kngllsh, nrlillantB.l.iiiihams, Perrales, l lisnihrtiys, Bojs' Wear, iiish Linens, Linen .-sheetings bleached linil Brown Sfiirtir.fr and FIIR.VISHINOlioona.lngr,,, varletj'a'nd'pri: 1Q1. "iis... iiiuiui mi, 10 (iicaso. 1.01. SPMNii CLOTH INfi! Elegant F reneh Cloth, Dres and Froca Coats: hue Fancy laaaiiiiere llutlnes- Coats; Spring ka lians and overcoats, Ihe latet stiles; Fasht- nnhle Side Band Casslmere, 4 Plain and Fancy Cassimere Pauls nf allilescnptions: Nil.-, Satin, Velvet, M.irseilles, and Farmers Satin - and Cloth Vesta. In fact he has now on hand a full and complete aim k of all the latest st ies of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS. Tor MEN and BOYS, FOUSI'RlNd AXD SUMMER WEAK, and which he will aell at lower prion than .Imllnr goods can be purchased , at any oth r place 111 the Custom wotlt will t frlven partlcn'sr attention. Tliepnhlie wilt please rememlvr the place N.... lis anil HI, Main street, oppusile Phillip. Hou.e may DESTRUCTI0HT TO VERMIN. TllK FUMWHII iloO!l WAI KHIN1KU All tn the purjilf ik. My M iiosml I, wetosst-dahout. Ami could not civ- nu et. I curw tl aiul swnrf, ihr scitlilrtt me All ihivufth (h wiir night, fliti Mh hp cnuuKti tu e a stunt, Th luMt-bupFt' avntr hire Bteou as the inturnltiK t.rok, 1 ruso Kmmii mit my ulceiilciitht.i!, Anl,oh,su wrattlii-il dtu I te!, 1 hftU wUhfd l was l-4. You may I sute 1 wrtAiu wrnt That morn to Hntr't stc)rv, Ami hotnrtn jo fntr(upi.h I, i'h' Mitirnuiio PiiwilrrtM.rt?, Whit itqiiWkly s'tMthtrwnl every I UK, SlutM tiiiu, tustt n altd lt Ami ntw tlwwiKi out th livrlona nleht U Hltj,)t. oui uja aneye, -Tho Ljoi.s alasm-tlo Powder and Pill artsoltJet Kose'tt IfruK htoic, whet vn Im ubtaiuttl at all lituwiaviro sreic aiatlia iOr . UlV?-ltM iOlfcivEAM, THIS CAT AND BVENINO, GEO. Oil TIER'S. . mayG-tUitt REFRESHMENT SALOON! ! ! ! OEORQB OBMtH. For Ic Cream, go to KO. (HIM EIIS. For th Beat of Soda, go to l.fcO. OlIMKK S. For all kind ol Cool Drink, go to . ' ur.u. tiiuii.K'f'. For tb beat of Candle, go to HEtk OIIMER'H. Tor tb baat ot Freh Fiuit, go to (iKt. OH.MER'S. Tor tb fluent Clgaia, go to t!EO. OimrK'K For th beat Tobacco, go to GEO Oil. MRU'S, - Poet Otflee UuieJiug, Tnlrd atreer, aiajs-diw . . aiAVIun, u. I'HB (JoiteJ Nttte Uemocratia Almanae Jim resett ed 4 lot le by b V. f, I tHllLi.