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VITU SMALL 8WOHH, ItllOAD SWORD,
II A VON KT AND t.ANt'E;
Concluding with a fJrand Military Atle-ck, hy kiim
With firm BSnrt Accompaniment. A rt'l.t. BARD
will In attendance, under the direction
of t'anr. Scabbon.
TehegtvnMorAPT. r Ml' ht his scholar,n
MONDAV RVKNING, MAY 1ft, 18591
Far hill particular!, see Programmes of ths day.
APvlUMoN, ..... CENT.
RtCXKHYKD HEATH, ... M "
Ticket, can he had Ht R. A. A T.T. More'. Doom
a pan at 7 rrnrmani-e to onmmH at 8 o'clock.
For Cash Oolyi
No. 11(5, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
HAS .MIST RECEIVED TUK RK8T
And molt complete stock of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Kver broitght to this city, which wrrcmnntifaoturd
expressly to ht order hy JOHN H. DKTKKS, of Cin
cinnati, A4knowledfred to he the best Boot ami Shoe
Mnnulnofwer In tie
la addition I HAVE and WILL K KKPoN HAND
A full mid Tar led stog of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, (or ftTYLK and QUAMTT ! I'NM.RFAM
i itm coniti4!it i can get up
TUB BUST FITTING HOOTri & HHOKH
In the city, and 1 will guarantee satisfaction In all
W W. WILSON,
US Main strict, 3 donra south of tha Market.
N. W. W alio ketnt a superior article of FB.RNOH
y No Eastern Work kept at this estul'-
w IP n k isr o pi w
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, f
AND FOR SAI.K l!V
No. 1 1. fflnln alreet. ' -
)TT.r,T . rrn iATl i
afluUlVJill A llUALlK
BOOTS, SHOES, 4C, 1C!
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
No. til, Jefferson Mro?(.
"It it dow nVntt.tM tht the i.AKTiNfi health of AWL
meu, women mul uhlldien, doiiiU ontiio uundUton
Of tllClr ftOLEN 1"
WOULD K Kri V K CT F U L L Y WAY TO
thtt oltlzciii of Dayton ami surtoiuidin couu
try. tint hit HprhiK ni Mumoior tttock In now com
Stele, oon.lstiugor All ktndi of Ludtve', MiMoa.aiitl
hlldren'i Hoots, Shoes, UHltri, (;., with hceU or
without Also Wr mnor tin flit ol Mciii1, iioya',
AUtl Youtlla1, UooIh, liitjlara, amtOxtoiil lies.
IlAvtnK mrohApil ' A ilock i ight fioiu tlie fitcto
rlet for uaaIi, hi aiIps 4m to ncl i mi ohus), or cheap
or tha i any other houve in thin ulty.
He aUo tiA a lane Btipply nf Mom' riilent Leath
er Boot, Gaiter and Oxford 'l ie 'i'opM, which he will
make to order to Ut thu foot.
He keeiM oouitAittlvein(ite)-cd the beit workmen.
ADd li prepared to do all kinds of Custom Work 011
All rlis repaired free of oharge.
He Asks a DoerAl share of public patronAge, and
feeiicoiiililent that heean phmn all whoorder work.
K mam Ier theold and favorite p!Ae,ol,JetIerson
street, below tha oiarket nprlO
"dIet'rich'Y - -
Conoantrated Eeaonce of Jamaica 9ln
FO It the Cure of Indignation, Nervous
Headache, Flatulency, and for all troubles arlH-
Ine" from a bad Stomach. An excellent article for
weak persona. Prepated anil .old by
J. W. D1KTRI(;H. UrUKil.t,
PH1LLIPH HUUSK, oppo.ltc Court Huitu,
Third at., ilnyton, O.
VlSit "lVciW" Kr CMMren
J. W. DIFTRll H,
(J.KMJINK Tow1 Hrown Windsor Soup
' Honeri Almond, Halm, fsUcerlne, Nymph ant!
Ponclne wfti'i. Kor sale by
J. W. PIKTIIK'II, PrilMlM
I'MILLIKH llll IKK.
v V" is. " t',z ":';r !
W. JUKlltK H, llriin.it,
rrt.K 1'aintn, O.nvaas, iSrtishon.
X Assortment far sale hy
J. W. JMKTRIOM, llrunKlat,
WW. WOLF, ut the request of many
of his customers, proposes to deliver bread
and cakes to those who nia drilro it, si thelrreil
denocH. His WAtjon will be ready for service In the
co-irse of ttoe present week. In the mean time he
requests all who desire him to deliver bread At their
residences to leave word at his fiA'tery InO reron.
He Is now bakintr
ikintr a superior article 01 ramify
Bread, which he I
hyall who try tt.
Bread, which he feels oontiden will be found U. K.
Langdona Hardware Store
JOINTKIIFl.h Poles t1,60 to ts.no.
Bra.. Hnlance, Mtiitlplylug and
Flam Reals, 7ft tu 94,00 eacn.
Raa. Uuldra and Tipa,
Uraaa, Milk and Linen Lines,
xtra LimerUk Hook, and gnooua.
T AmTTSrrp TJT-'Tfr'iT trrTJ
JUIXSJ . w Wa w s
ros, SAI.K AT
LAHGDON'S HARDWARE 8T0RE,
NO, 78, MAIN STRKET.
THIS Pistol it tlit 1 iirh tout one In the
X world that has force.
Is loaded iuicker than other Piutms are capited.
la asie-a Hr unilssr mil plrnnmiisndo Kn liiiiirtf
caused to the Arm or Ammunition bv allowing
to remain loaded any length til iltue. It is so slut-
pie in it- construction that it is .not liable to get
it in P.ksr.ii.iiv.r inrnrrifi
Tha cylinder holds seven .hota. Two ...ur. than
other small pi'toie. ray 7
DESTRUCTION TO VERM!!.
Tub Sumhkr Moon waq Kuinino
All in the purple kv,
My wile aud I, wetosdalKut,
And would not close an eye.
I eursd and swore, she scolded ate
All thruuKh the wear) utht.
But 'twas enough to ve a saint,
The bed-hugs' tAvaice bite,
(toon as the morning broke. I rose
Krom out my sleepless bed,
Aad,oh,iMwrelt!hedd.d I fie I,
I half wished I was dead.
You may be sure I certain went
That morn lo Rose's store,
' Anil homeiu Joyful triumph I,
Tti' Usenet 10 Powdwrboie,
Whlohqulualy alaughUred aver y buff,
Mosquito, roach and tlyj
And now throughout the livelong night
We sleep, not oje aneye,
fThe Genuine Lyons1 Magnetle Powder and
Pills are sold at Hose s Drug Mure, where can
obtained at all times every arUvie in the Drug trade.
A RTESIAN MINERAL WATER, fresh
fross ttis spnnf, aoa bow oa drausht at
atswart'a Drua Store
AUw,lUta W sur,
MAY 11, ISM.
HIE DAILY EMPIRE
OFIOI OP fULIOTION:
Imfirs ln'Uiitg, Tbiis it, Dsils lib H, Ilia JelirM
r HallSS.OOper veeelnadvane.
lOMiti par Weak, parable to I hnoeerlar.
Blagls aoslee.autup InvrftPHri.tMDU.
Th Cincinnati Type Foundry Company ia
our duly authoriMHl Agent to make contracts
and receipt for Advertisements subscriptions,
Ac, in that city.
ToBtiunillu, Tha EmpinJob Rooms
a rain complete trim, and wo ara now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the beat style
oflheart. (Jell in sodcxamine our work and
learn our prices.
AT To A nvsarisxaa. Advertisements or
Motion for the Empire) mut be banded into
the ollice by lea t'ciuck on the day they are de
tired to be published later. We cannot
agree to insert them after thsthour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Those who desire to hare advertisements
inserted in the Weekly Empire should hand
them In by Saturday morning, at the latest
Our advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always nrw a
eery important matter to them,
CT8ee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
Tar It I The Daily Empire, a local and gen.
eral NEWS-psper, is published every after
noon. Price, 10 tenia per week, payable to the
fiaecier. Our eltlaatta are anlieileH tit fruit If
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hi'- continuing It.
What is UlTail.in? Mr. Burton will read
and expound the Univeraaliat Articles of Faith
to morrow evening at the Unireraaliat Church,
on St. Clair atreet. Tha public are Invited to
attend. Mr. B. hopes that thoae who deaire lo
write or peak agaioet Unireraaliam, without
misrepresent log it, and those who, from any
motive, w iah to know what the Unireraslists
do really believe, will endeavor to be present.
Horning services st the usual hour. Sabbath
j School exercises at I) o'clock, A. M.
I XT Rev. D. . Thome., of I'iqua., will
preach to-morrow (Sunday) morning and even
! ing, at the Wayne atreet Baptist Church.
trt)ur readers will please bear with na for a
few days longer, snd we will be through with
the publication of the lews. Next week will
wind up with the mammoth enactment of the
eaMon, which will draw on at least two pages
of our paper a fitting close lo a long shspter
of Irgal lore.
r i buonal. We lesrn that T. 0. II itchell, Esq.,
so well known as an able and efficient Railroad
man, has been chosen Agent of the Dayton A
Michigan R. R.,and will go into office in this
oity, on Ihs First of June. Mr. M. Is a clever
gentlemen, and a thorough business man.
The TouaNAMKNT. Our readers will please !
member that tba Grand Complimentary Tourna
nient comes off at Huston Hall on Mondsy eve
ning, aud secure tickets to-dsy, if possible.
Thst it will be one of tha most brilliant affairs
that ever transpired in tha west, we have no
doubt ; and it will go off with great eclat.
There will be two or three warm persons! em
counters, during tha evening, in which the
palm will be sought to be won from the gallant
Capt. Ds lieu. As these will be frxe.t, they
will oertsinly be exciting to lookers on, no mat
ter how cool the eombattants are I
0. K By reference to an attractive advrr.
tlaement in another column, it will be seen that
Mr. John K. Oebhart is again established ia the
Orucvry snd Produce business, and thst he is
not only in a new place, but has fresh groceries,
etc., a very good stock, chosen with a knowledge
of the tastes and wants of tha citisens of Dsy-
Inn Tf.vlns twan In tha hnainau fnr 1I1IB.
T . Uto the matter. well
lbs best of them ; snd being determined to
please, he will not, we frel sure, fail in this
regard. His goods being new , purchasers need
not fear that anything aula will be passed off
on them. Mr. O. will be plessed to bavealf
hi. it I A frndii anil Ati.tstmnrl all at hia tipw
' -. - p'
have a large number of new ones csll
Lovers of the " weed " are notified thst he
has a quantity of thoae " extra German cigsrs,"
j the ssma quslity thst ha used to keep, and
I which were so well liked. Csll in and try
IT Wash Wilson has just been making up
soms of the fimst and nicest work ever before
displayed in any Bhoe 8 to re ia this city ; work
made here in the city, by the best of mechanics,
and from tha best mslerisl. lie has fixed up
his store la fine style, and hereafter hia work
will present aa nice appearance as the fixtures
about the establishment. We particularly in
vita our friends to call ia snd examine his work
for summer wesr it will bear close inspecting
and will wear.
St Tsul's Cuvaca At a meeting convened
Thursdsy evening by uppointment in the base
I ment of tba Methodist Church, after singing'
reading tha Scriptures and prayer, a Chairman
anil arcrew wv,w ' jmi ti i.u ,uu . ivwiuiiuh
passed to csll the now Episcopal Organization
St. Tsui's Church the mooting thea proceeded
I lo cnooseoix vestrymen, waun rouiura in toe
ii ,, ,h follow in ir.mLlem.a
John Powell, Baa , Warden. Richard Lao(
Jr. Uo., James M. Bmttb, Urorge W. Bhoup
Robert Frster, Frank Shoup.
i Sunday School and ttemo will U bald to
i rn,)Trow in Phillips Striding. 2d lory. North
WW t imer,
JJ- Went pleavcd to nolica that the owners
i of loU in our beautiful 'Woodland" are en
I ornamenting them With floWert aud
' alirube. We belief a there hare been more
I tributes of affection paid to the dear departed
' in ' Woodiand" thie teaeon than erer before in
ths "spring lima." While out there the other
day wa particularly noted tha lot of Mr. J. B.
Clegg, silusted on a pretty knoll, in the north
ern part of the Cemetery. Tba iron fencing is
certainly of aa testy and appropriate psttara aa
any ws ever saw. And then tha interior ia so
well arranged and neatly kept. Shrub and
flowers are tastily situsted and earefnlly culki
vated the grass is kept sheared to tba proper
blight, and iudeed tha tot Is a model of taste
lo Mr. O.'a lot Is aa I roa chair, of open work
light and elegant, at once an ornament and
eenveuience. We mention Ibis model lot be
cause oa our abort visit, wa saw no other that
so nearly met our idsa of a reeling place for
lha happy dead.
ITTbosa who would purchase aheap boots,
shoos, asitsrs. act., will boar in mind that
Davla' Ssle of Kastera Work cornea off at Mo.
79, JerJvrsonst, aa Tuesday morniog next,
Sea thsaotia ef Bala la another Mlaau.
How Jor nor ma mi, or Otstxm roa No
tbuq Joe has jnit returned from the Hooaier
Slate, where ha has been sojourning since lst
FslL Among his experiences, hsrrlstes a story
about eating oysters in a rural village "over
thar " and though late in lha season, wa will
give it I learning that an enterprising (meet
hsd procured a few csns of frith oysters khe
Arst ever brought to tha place Joa Went to
town on day for lha purpose of "eating his
rill," no matter at what cost, doing into the
shop, he met the ptoprietor with aa oyster csn
in his hand. '-'
" You have oysters, I see," ssid ioe; "are
they frnk t"
" They're notbiu' shorter I "
" When did you get them t "
" They coma through from Cinclnnsll this
mornin' left there yesterdsy first freih 'ystcrs
aver here, mister was determined lo liars 'em,
and aenf fur 'am hsve some, mislnr t "
" Will they csn'l be hsd, this cold westher,"
ssid Joe, " and I'll try a dosen."
" Well, mister," said tha man, evidently de
lighted st having a customer for a whole docen,
" jist lake a seal la the spare room this way
and I'll bile you some in a very short time,"
" I dou't went them cooked," ssid Joj ; I
Iwsys est my oysters raw."
The man started 1 He gaxed at Joe as though
hs wsre a cannibal I One or two shy looking
chaps, who were sitting by tha stove, got np
and went out ; they were evidently astounded ;
aod went off to spresd the news, In the meso
time, Joe explsioed to the man Aets he wsnted
his oysters snd tnsaf he wsnted with them. By
the time he got his d i.h prepsred, the room wss
filled with a wondoring crowd, who had gaih
ered lu to sea a msn eat rsw oysters I Such a
thing was ncvea heard of lo those par Is, and
would not Ik beliored unless seen.
Joe says the oysters were excellent. He des
patched a dor.i n iu short order, and turning to
the landlord, asked what ha would charge him
for as many aa he could eat.
" I sx a quarter fur a soup with half a dosen
in," he replied, "fifty cents fur a dozen ; snd
I r'slly don't know, How many dor.eu do you
think yon kin eat T" '
" I don't know," said Joe, " but I think I cau
eat all thst are in thst can." The landlord
eta red : the crowd stood back aghast. " Whst
will you take for the can ? " contiuued Joe.
I muat make a profit le' me see I'll take
three dollsrs," replied I lie grocer.
" I'm for a trade," said Joe, seriously, while
the crowd stood by breathless with surprise;
" If I fail to etl all the oysters in that can, I'll
give yon six dollsrs double price snd if I eat
'em all, why, I'll pay nothing ; what do you
say to thst I "
Done! " said the landlord, "ef you est em
rate ; fur I know you can't do it it's a bargain,
Thus provided for, Jne "pitched is," snd
continued at the task until every bivalve bad
disappesred from the csn, while the gspiug
crowd were dumbfounded at his cannibal taste,
and alnngo powers of endurance.
During his slay in that neighborhood, he wss
considered a very monster, and aa he passed
along tha street ha was pointed at as " that
feller what eat a whole can of rasa oysters
ugh I "
AouiotsT on thkO. H. A V. R. R The
Cincinnati Enquirer of thia morning says, as
the down train on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Rsil road, due at Cincinnati at eleven
o'clock lo lha morning, was running at the
rate of twenty five miles an hour, near HamIN
ton, yesterday, tha axis of the tender broke and
tha baggage and two or three other cars were
thrown off aod damaged somewhat. No one
waa hurt on lha train, though It ia singular
several passengers were not severely wounded
The escape waa fortunata.
KT The Indianapolis Journal of Thursday
morning ssys the Grand Kncsmpmeol 01 uie
Independent Order of Odd Fellows meets in
that city on Mondsy next, and the Grand Lodge
on Tuesdsy. Tha Grand Lodge of Ancient,
Free aud Accepted Masons will meet on Mon
dsy, the 33d iost, The Orsnd Masonic Ooun
cil of Royal and Select Maatera, and the Grand
Ohapter of Royal Arch Masons meat in Rich
mond, Is., during ths coming week.
So m mil mo Nkw UxDia tiir Bun. Mr.J.A
Hart, at prssent o f this cily, iuforms us and
we have no reason to doubt it thst he bss dis
covered a meana by which any kind offish,
trout excepted, csn ha tsken from the water
with an ordinary Has and hook, almost aa fat
as a person csn cast bis line, with but little ex
pense, snd less trouble then the coommon mode
lie has promised to demonstrate the fsct to
number ol gentlemen 01 mis eny ; ana we win
make known tha result when the trisl takes
plsce. For our own pert, wa feel assured that
is no humbug.
(LTA farmer friend informs us thst he has
yet on hand nearly all the grain produced on
his farm last year soma 9000 bushels of wheat,
1,500 bukhels of corn, and about 1000 bushels
of oats. He says there is a great abuudancs of
grain in the country, undiapoaed of. Would it
not be well to run a little of it into the market
ICMlraiideubtirg'a Soda Font is in flue trim
and his syrups ara delirious, to say nothing of
the uectar, which is "fit for the gods I" One
good thing about Soda Water is that, while
will quench thirst, it will not make yon drunk
Good call lo aud take a drluk, and top off
with a large Palermo Grange,
Com I Thia week's "Ledgers" have been
received at last. The Shulls hsve them. Call
soon and get your numbers, as the rush
17" The wsr exciteoeut is subsiding. The
prices of flour and grsin will hsve lo go down
sgain if wa do But soon get a fresh supply
IT At latest advices from Europe, there were
five thousand persons collected at Liverpool
embark for America.
ITThere was a big load of oats in msrket
this morning! The amount and pries asked
for it frightened purchasers from the vicinity!
IT " Babylon " received, read with pleasure.
snd hesrtlly approved. It will appear in Mno-
tTHyslt A Oo.'s Circus broke down at Rich
mond, lad., on Thursday. Another nuisance
haa been abated.
gj-Horace Grswley was in Chicsgo, Tburs-
dsr. en IQUle fnr Pike's Peak, lie called on
editor of the Times.
ITGreea plaa have appeared in the Oincin
csti market real marrow-fata I
MThe papers asy there is a great de
maud for women in Oregon. Isn t there
demand for women everywhere There are
Elenty of ladies dainty creatures, with soft
anda and softer heads, puffed with hoops
in the lower, and nonsense ia the upper
but genuine, sonsibls women are in demand
all over creation. Ther are aoaroar than
gocilgold. and safer to tie than fit beat
1 Btata atouka. bo says t bubals editor-
"Hera line tlia body of Peter Mnell, thirty
years clerk of thi. psriah. He lived respected,
s pious snd worthy msn, and disd on his wsy
to church, lo l l st nt a wedding, on ths Diet itf
Aiisruat, IPII, seed 711 yeara. '1 ha Inhabitants
of Ursyfnrd ri this atone to hi memory, and
as a tribute of hia faithful serviced r
The life of this rlerk wss nl threescore and
Nearly half of which time he baa sung out
In hia youth he was married, like other young
But his wife died one dsy se he chanted amen
A second he look she deperted I whst then T
He conned snd msrrird a third, With ainrn;
His jnya and hia surrows werti doubled, but
His voice wss deep bssa as he sung out amen
His hnrn ws exslted in blowing siuen,
And ha lost all his wind at threescore and len:
And here with three wives, be waits till suain
The trumpet shall rise him to sing out smen."
A Oiui.n SwAi.t.oM'iNc! a Watch. The fol
lowing marvellous swallow, W8 clip from a
Tha child of a well-known citisen in
Hethlohem, Ponna, a fow days ago awal. I
lowed a gold wntch and chain, muuli to the
distress of the parents, who thought that
serious oons(aonoes would rpeult I nun tha
aocident. Medical advloe, however, wits
speedily obtained, and by the aid of strong
cathartics, assisted by the extraordinary dr
geative orsrnns of the youngster, the time
keeper was in a lew hours Drought iroin
darkness into light The child wna not over
ten yeara of ago. Under all Irnumatnnnea
of tha case the escape of the child from death
was truly marvellous, Uueea it wasl
aa.The Hlack Republican papers are en
parcntly greatly surprised that t lis personal
dissentions among liemocrata ara not likoly
to prevent a thorough union and euoceesfiil
result to the next Presidential contest I It
shows how little they know of political hon
esty or tbey oould never ba so silly as to
auppoaa the groat Democratic party of thia
country will allow personal grievances lo
stand in the war of the ouuntry's interests.
The Demncrntio is tha only party that can
satiaiaotomy manage tue ship ol Mate and
it has not the remotest idna of giving up the
helm to the political adventurers who would
saonHue everything to secure the ooinmnnd
of tha same to Mr, tit ward nnd his inorcenu.
ry forces . The skies ara bright AVtc 7a
Curiositiks. Who ever knew a stupid
compositor to mukea typographioui blunder
but wlmt he makos tha very wurst kind or a
blunder ? They stick type by sight, und
often very poor sight nt that lo the course
of twenty years proof reading, we havo al.
ways rcniarxua mm ttieao blunders are oo
cantoned, must lienor illy by k luck of com ¬
mon sense. If you write two, they will print
it ten und rice vena. Witnens yostcrdny,
in the notioo of Clin k, whereas wo wruto it
ten vory decidedly, they had it two years.
If you write au 'nit, they will give you en
fant, or nephm ultra, they will give you cn
plus ultra, and nine times out of ten ifyuu
write "und'1 very plain, it will coma out in
proof aud us plain as daylight Thoy cutcb
a glimpse of tue word and sior.e upon the
letters which they judge most rosomble the
manuscript, never introducing for a moment
the smallest purticle ol'oomuion sense in the
formation ol a aentenoo. it is so tha world
over with the ordinary clasa of nowjpaper
compositors. And a proof reader has got to
nave an eye open to tue main olmnoe of
finding common sense continually, or the
writings ot aa author will oome lrom the
press worse than "slaughtered'' by this in
stinotive habit of a reckless, senseless oimr
positor. Jue utmost viwiunco on the nurt
of a proof reader ia often mado vuluoicns,
lrom the lact that suoii glaring errors when
properly marked, are aa often unheeded in
tha oorreotion, or perchance mado worse
tn tin belore. jUtitcauAie democrat.
Ratiikr Tmn. A ludicrous inoident oc
curred recently at a certain hotel on the
liloomingdale road, whloh has attached to it
a hostler, whose Inn ia as fearless aa his
faoe ia ngjy. One day, while twenty or
thirty fastgontleman were standing on the
front baluony ot the Hotel, nn Individual
rode up the path, on tho thinnest horse niori
tal eyea evor lookod upon, Lenping from
hia phantom steed, the crjuestrinn said,
turning to tue noatior :
"Hero, John, give my horse somo water.'1
"Sir ?" said John with a look of astonish.
'Hive my horse some water I" thundered
"Your hone I'' ejaculated John, still more
' Yit. vuu fool, my horse I" and tlioslran
ger looked snvnguly at him, and commenced
drawing the lash of his whip through his
John walked toward hiin as though he
would demand an explanation, and had tn
ken about six steps, when he suddenly
stopped like one surprised beyond cxpres
"lllosa my soul I" says he, "I ax your par
don, air; but your animal waa a atundin on
a line with that ero hitehin' post, and I
didn't see bim I"
The owner of the spectral beast tried tn
frown, but a roar from the balcony changed
exT" We yesterday oonversed with a gen.
tleman direct from Fort Kearney, lie stated
that one of the most severe snow storms ever
known had been experienced in the vicinity
of Kurt Keernr, The snow was three feet
deep. The miners were suffering terribly,
and oould make no progress. Corn was sell
inn at the Kurt at tl per bushel. Hundreds
aod thousands were destitute ol any, or of
any means to purchase with. We nave ex.
peuted to hear of suitertnu, and starvation,or
next to it Emigrants started too early, and
oeglootod to provide sufficient!? fur ths in
clemenoy of the weather. Nebraska City
News, dUth ult
sA pro native elopement from Havre
to New York was recently nipped in the
bud. A letter from Havre says : On 8atur
day a lady and two gentlemen alighted at
a hotel, and took tickets fur their pussuge to
New ) rx on nuurd the Mercury, ln the
same any, while tne party were preparing
to visit the town, a tntegrann dispatch an
rived from Amiens directing the landlord of
the hotel to have the three persons in ques
liun arrested, and to stop tbirtyione chests
which they were about to take with the in to
New York. The lundlord instantly replied
by tolegrit h tiint it wits no business ot his
to arrest people. Another dispatch to tbe
police oaused the arrest of tbe parties. It
appears that the runaway a member of an
Amiens firm in the wine tr.ide, had fallen in
luve with the wile of his partner, and ab
soonded with the lion a share of the profits
of the concern, The third personage was
merely a elerk, who had lent his passport to
hie lormer employer.
"Wa il. Mabby this Fall.'' I gave her
a rose and gave her a ring, and I asked ber
to marry me then ; but ehe sent them all
hack, insensible thing, and said she'd no no
tion of men. I (old her I'd ooeana of money
and good, aod tried to frighten her with a
growl ; but she answered that ehe wasn
brought up io the woods, to bo scared by tbe
screech of aa owl. I called her beggar,
and everything bad ; I slighted her features
and form , till at length I succeeded In get
ting her mad, ana she raged like a sea In a
storm. And then, in a moment I turned and
amiled, and called her my angoland all ; abe
fell in my anna, bk. wearisome child, and
laaad, "rv wui raarry tide taJi."
Iu tee the Fainter has rVabUehcd himself
Duller King ha taken the slump in the First
Oongressionsl District f Georgia, for tongrrar,
Tha Hon. H 8. Foots haa declined being a
candidate for Congress In tha Vicksburg (Miss.)
Hon. Humphrey Marshall, of Ksnlticlcy, hsa
bien nnminslrd for re election to Congress by
the American party.
A salt cellar of the Henry II. pottery of
which ware only 39 pieces exist wss lately
sold in I'sris $9,590.
Forty thousand dollsrs wss rslsed, mainly
in New York City and Boston, to free the An
tioch college from debt.
Rev. Mr. Msrtin, ef Buffalo, N. Y., a mulat.
to, preached In Tremont Temple, in Boston,
on Sunday, and drew a full house.
Ths Emperor Napoleon Ill.hsvingbeen born
oa the 80ih Ap.il. 1H08, hss completed his 51 t
RsubeR Johnsoo, ona of the Zsnrsvills ne
gro rescuers, who attempted lo shoot Deputy
Marshal Csmpbell has been arrested.
A Cincinnati news agent has been enwhided
by a woman, fnr slsndering her. n was af
erwsrd kicked nut of tha Oihson House, and
his papers thrown after him.
The Pittsburg O.selte hss been enabled lo
ssy thst the whest, rye and fall barley, every
where in Weslern Pennsylvsnia look well, and
gives promise of an abundant yield.
Six of ths midshipmen implicsted In the Isle
"tar snd feather" affair at the Annapulia Nsvsl
Acsdemy hsve been dismissed from the Insti
tution. They are sll from Pannaylrsnis.
Tha Upper Mississippi has recently been
visited by a terrible storm of rain snd hsil.
with startling thunder and lightning. Two
inches of water fell iu sn hour, and fences,
lumber, out housta, Ac, were swept down ,
B. Baldwin S'surt.oneof the sufferers by Ihs
explosion on ths St. Nicholas, died at Mem
phis on the fih. His futher Hon. A. H.
Stuart, of Va was proscnt at bis death.
Young Stuart was on his wsy to Louisiana, to
Mr. Francis J. Q.Utnstead. a young lawyer
in New York, accidentally, it is thought, shot
liimaelf through thu head with a revolver.
Tuesday morning. His wife hsd Just then
been warning him about l he csreless wsy in
which he hsudled the fatal weapon.
Vegetation is on ths rise. It is spriniriiiK
up fast snd glorious. The fields are green with
grass. The trees sre testing, snd all of the
fruit trees ara in blossom. The esrly flowers
sre coming up, aud will soon be in fragrant
bloom. The whest fields give promise of a
bounteous yield, snd the fanner never hsd bet
The Dubuquo Express and Herald of Tues
day notices a rapid rise of the Mississippi at
(hst point. It was within twenty two inches
of height attained in 1851, and swelling rspid
ly. Ihsre wss already ronsidersbls destruc
tion of property. The prospect is certainly bad
for our friends down South,
Miss Emily Ballard, of Oluveland, has purs
chased the Patent Right fur the five counties of
Stsik, Summit, Portage, Mahoning and Trum
bull, for Lippincott's Patent Corn Planter and
slstts out, dotaruiined to succeed in showing
to ths world that tha true sphere of woman's
rights is the right to tsks care of heisrlf and
ths right to vend patsut rights.
TxasiBLx DlATU EAOTIa ths Sickuis Tsa
axnr rB Ahusiuxkt A correspondent of the
New York Express, writing from Gallatin Ten
nesset , relstes ths following i
A dresdtul accident baa lust occurred at the
law school, about fifu-rn miles from this plsce
Tho students were trying (illustrating) the
dickies caacin moot court, whon the yonng man
who took the pstt of Siokles jerked out a piaio)
wh.ch he did not know was loadud, aud shot
hia most intimate friund, who was tsking the
psrt of Key, through the chest. Air. Tsp took
the pert of Sickles, and Mr. Uurke the part of
Key. It is a very ssd thing, hut the shot wss
purrlv sccidenisl. It was rt first thought thst
Mr. if mk would recover, but mortification hss
tsken plsce. Mr. Tap hss suffered so much in
mind that be hss two or three times tried to kill
himse.f, out has been prevented by his young
irienUM. 1 nope this lesaon will be a waruiux
to lbs young men here, who think nothing of
carrying niearma, ana ol allowing them upon
lloHmiii.it. Dratii. A -young lady step
daughter ol Mr. Jacob Frank, who reside
about three miles from this place, was at
tacked by a vioioua bull the property of
Mr. r. on Wednesday ol last week, and
mangled in such a terrible manner that she
died from the effects of the wounds, on Hut
urdny last. She waa driving the onttle home
from the woods when she waa attacked.
Ths animal had been very cross and was
considered unngeroua lor soma time pre
vious. Greenville Journal.
New Stand Fresh Goods.
JOHN K UKBIIAKT, Aw.-ssl,
no. u jErrwioft .,
A few doors South of the Markct-Houae,
DAYTOW, O ,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH AND
well assorted stocx of flus I'sailly Grooarlea,
ol everv deaerlptlon. They hava all Immq purchased
wltlitu the Uat faw w sella, sad war bought with
axirM rsr- renoa to quality and price. 11a la pr
paied to acll them at as low prloea aa they aau lis
afforded, and Is resolved that uouiieahall leave hia
1 lie lol lowing article, eoaipoae a part of hia atovk,
N O SUGAR Crushed and Pulverised,
Hf.r ir.iBi ttijra, and K. u. Molasses
MACKKHKL Na 1, 2, and 3; White
Klah, Cod nah, sad lisrrllur,
MIDDLtUOWN Sugar-Cured llama a
of Beef and Mutton
Hams, lonsnea. ...
DRIED AI'PLKS, t'eachee, Prunes, Cher
TEAS, of all grade and of the yery beet
HUPFIUOK new Cheese:
SEVERAL barrele of brat-rate Vinegar
WILLOW and Wooden Ware,
Til K best quality of 11 rooms;
CAN Tobacco, of New York brands;
11 EST quality German and other Cigars;
OPAL, Star and Tallow Candle;
THE best of Meehannook Potatoes,
CORN MEAL, Hotter, Egga, Lard, Ae.
TflK beat quality of Kaoulv Crackers:
OUOI'M) and unground Coffee, Spice,
STONK and Crockery Ware. ate..
la short, every article, usually low la a Fastlly
Orooaj, nt lha Aral enamour.
Ha mpMUiiily asaasa hia bow to the eltleeaa ol
Dayloa and vlcialty, aad aoiluta a lloeral altar of
uiao; pairoaa. Bifia 11SW
This Week's Ledgers
HAVE COMB AT LAST.
sftt-W P. A F. HPLL,
$2300,00 If 'or (li ol
Boots & Shoes
Sale Positive, snd Without Reserve!
nEINQ DESIROUS OK CLOSING OUT
our preaent stock nf BOOT" and s.HOa9 of
We offer the same to the rVnple of Dayton
TUESDAY fllOKNINtt, MAY IT.
At S O'clock, st mv atnra. SJefTnnn ktcajtt a iIm.i
below tho MsrWet. B. N. OAV1H.
J. K. CHRISTOPHER, Auct'r. myU
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN' ALT, THE
Courts of Monhromerv and utlnlnltic t-nm
ties, anil will romjitl) attend to ail liu.iue. a en
trusted tohle aire.
oitloe In Lief g'e Building, Third atreet.
THE . GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
6IR JAMR3 CLARKE'S
Celebrated rciniile Pills
Prtfarti from m articription of Sir J. Clorie,
rsysiriaa Axfrsordinsry re the Queen.
Thia Invaluable medicine la unfalllns In the cure of
nil thoae painful and dangerous dlseaaea to which
hefemaleconatttutlon la auldeet. II moderate, all
excesaes and removes all obatruetlnns, and a ajM-edy
curs may bs relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES
It Is peculiarly suited. It will, la s short tlms, bring
on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears ths Govsrn-
utsnt atauipof Great Britain, to prsveutcountern.it.
Tiicsx Pills should sot be taktb AvrcMaua
nvaiKO tub HRST THHkK MONTHS or Par.0
SASCV, AS TIIBV A HE Suae TO OUIHU OS MiacAII
niAOS, BUT AT ANY OTIIfc-H TIME THEY AaE aAl'E.
I sll easea of Nervoua and Hplnal Altcctlone,
Piln In the Baca aud LI m da, Fatigue on ll(ht
e Hon, Palpitation of the Heart, Hjiterioa and
Willies, these Pill, will tTix-t a cure wlirn ell other
means hsv SslleOi and although a powerful remedy,
do not oontain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything
nurtuu io me eonsrirution.
Full directions In the pamnhlet around each pack
et, which ahould hs carefully preserved.
Sole agent for the united states and Canada,
JOB MOSES, (Late I. C. Baldwin A Co..)
N. D. $l,ts and alK poatagc atamps enclosed to
aoy authorised Agent, will Insure s bottle, contain
ing so pills, by mall.
Sold la Dsytos by
W. W. STEWART, snd WALTERS a KKLSO.
Fire and Weath er-Proof
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
For Metal and Canvan Roots,
IROH fkhcemahd fronts, ITEAMKB8, AC.
r. BO I S) A CO.,
PROPRIKTORH A 80LB MAXUFACTlTRKRfl,
No. 132 West 2d at, (bet Race A Elm,)
Strawberries and Cream!
FIRST OF TIIF. SEASON!!
Strawberries and Oream,
Telcarope nulldinc, 19si fflalii at.,
AND EVEBT DAT AND EVENING
ivia-lt IIUHINO THK HKA.SON.
JAMES H. 8TEWAET,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
U7IIX (1IVB 1'ROMI'T ATTENTION
v v to all Imslue.. entru.ted to hi. care, lo Mont-
gOBerv aud adjoiulngoountles.
Uttllb, in the Seoond Stury of the
l.mptre Kuilding, Third atreet, Dayton,
W.P. DEV0U& ROCKWOOD,
IMMHTFM, WHOLIIAI B tCALEtt Anil M AIII'PAe
TI URI 4K
Cloaks and Bonnets,
8.1 A 85, PEARL 8T., CINCINNATI, O
OBar to the slerekania and Milliners r this actioa
. coupieia agaoriaaeai ol
Kir aw and Bilk Bonnata,
Bonn.t Ribbons and
Our sales al eoaasotloa ht the asova goods,
shka us m mmU ae luw aa us avs anVrad LmI
wcsh sa ara luue saa astwaUoa ei eivas busars.
F y-Tspiatal lawaessnBSs Se CAaat IVIaUs.
MAY 9, 1859!!
We have Just received large Invoice of
Tit CNCIItlc I.ACE lvIAKTIf.I.AN,
CIIAWTILLA sr . . do
SILK do do
FRENCTI LACE POINTS,
tn priors ranging from .',) to MI,00 st lbs CAMI
John, van'doren a co.
myS . .
J. B. Kaymoud
MAS taken W. FA I ll S .Id stand, on 2d
l a atreet.belween Jefleraon and It. lilr, where
BUILDISO A NO REI'AIHIKQ
To ths ast rfaetlon of all pstrnnlrlng him. Alia
Stair Uuildlng. uue blm s i-ali. niiu-lmu
City Property for Safe.
A DEilllE to visit Europe, induiu-s me tn
fa offer mv pre.cnt Iteililrni e, lornliil on the norlh
.blent Third .Ireet, below I'errj. lor sale. 'I he l,,t
la lauleet front and aiK) leet ilei-p, noltli and earl sn
alley, nn which are three I welling hniini.t l rn
aervalory, stable, Wood llouae, and iimny other
The whole la hsndsnmelj- nrrsngrd In s garden,
with a great many dlllerent klm s of choice fruit
bearing I rcee.grApiiB enough to make wlnei a great
variety orhnnly flowers and Itowi rlng ahrutibeiy
ornament the garden A great many illlteien! k nils
ot Ureeniiouse Plants, .mil a. fir.ng.s, Lemvna,
I'oniegranatea, Koaea, A yrt . a, Oleanili ra.anU olb, r
chuli a Plants futlis Conaervatory. Al.o, a-uunitier
of hcautiriil atulled blrda, Ac.
. The premise- combine all the eonrenlrseea ne
cesaury lur health and comlort In the ally, sb wsll
sb a large garaen.
Persona w ho wlah to purrhaae a Iwautirul home,
are Invited to call and view the preml-ea.
Prii-e reaaonable, ami long na) inenla.
myS-lmd p. H. I.ANI3.STRIIT.
Columbua Avenue and Water Street.
W. T. WKST, I -
A. K. Wtir; ProuU-lora.
13IMM BHO. '
AVh jurat received lino 'I'Snusnnd hnah
.7-n",.c.!'SAT.1';s',f"r "" "' lu"' ''at
price, at the Head of the lhaln. ni)
UrlrlRrMtorN ! Hater Coolers!!
KEEP COOLI KEEP COMFORTABLE!
IXTOUI.D ynu, during the coining liof
" mnnlhs.haversKBH meat Inatead of taisthi!
(tier butler Instead ol a-, m.1 swi.it milk In.lead
of aonal The bmii.ib of your wife Inalead of her
rnuusat I hen go A,r OM laud lay your caae buloie
A. 1Y. RICJU&CO.,
Hub cd Building, Dayton,
an. I your wishes can be aatlalled. They have He.
Irliierntor. ol all .lle. aud aires, all admtlahly
adapted to Impart to jour comfort, and ell, el a stent
saving of lee over the old w ay of keeping It.
They huve also Mater Coolers aed Ice Cieam
Prwvers, and the
Old Dominion Cofl'ec Pot!
Hy the use of whloh all the aroms or jour Lotlee
during boiling. Instead of going off In vapor allmi-r
innr house, is condensed and thiown t n.k Into ll
lolt- e. thin In. hi In, tu you a more delli louiartli le,
and eltectlng a saving to tho Amount ol Cofh-e use I.
119 & 121, MAIN STREET.
119. S. SCHlFER 119.
1J AS JUST RECEIVED HIS (SPKINO
, UK '"ry Goo.ls, comprising eer Ihtng new
andeiegant lu the line. "
Kanuy and Blai k
. I'atioy Silks,
In every variety of errie, hnueht reeentlr, snd tell-
log st UIW l'HII.K.S. .
Slla and f.aee Mantlllaa,
Skirls and Trlmmlugs,
New Ntj lea, and at
Ki:ihm ci, f'airraf
. . firensdiiie, tierage,
(irgandie t Valencia Kuuee,
IbTage, AlieUia, ValenrU.,
and Traveling Preaa Oood-i
Kicucti and P-ngllah,
I'en.'alea, t htntluaya,
Irish l.lnene, ' .v
llleai-hed bud Browa
,-,.nk-tUrm r Sl,,cting., 4 C.
J--v"nmii in great variety, and atprl- -
see which cannot fall to deaie.
Klerant 1'renrh Cinih, lUees aikI Fhv i'onUi Ani
Kftnny t'tsvlmert) J!nt,rtH Cojh SprJnif K
fxlnnie.n.1 tivcr.oniii, the lMt-t tieai
I -ttthl' nnhlr stt! t,.ml t'Mtn.etv,
A i'Uin itml Knn.,- Lnntltnere
I'mT of All f1rm rlT(iou;
htU, Ksjt.n, Velvet,
.Mn reef lit u, Rml
J-'xrinete hnttn -&aitl
In fact he hftt now on hmt AffilUncomnlctrttivk
il All the l.if.i 11 ltii uf
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
Tor MEN and BOYS, .
FORSi'RIXO AND SI MMER WEAR. :
Still whi.'h ha ulll .nil at .. at . . ,
rnutle can be purchuied for at any nth r (itrvce lu the
r.l-tnra woik will U Kiven pn-tjru r ettrotk n.
Thai nllhlln wl'l iilna.. s.e... u
lltno.llll. Mum itrert, oi-pi iitc llilllit liuuM
fbii i' creamT
THIS DAT AND EVtNlRO,
( i i:. OHMER'S.
RF.FRKS1IMKNT SALOON! ! ! !
ror Ic Cream, go to
For tba Best of Coda, go to
For all klu6e ol Cool Drinks, go to
For tba beat of Caudles, go to
I. r,o. OIIMER'S.
For tbe beat of Fresh Fiult, go to
For tba finest Clg.tis, goto
For tbe beat Tobacco, go to
OEO OH MRU'S.
Putt utrl.e Hillldiug, Third atreet,
Bta6-dSw IiaV KiN, O.
Taxes ! Taxes I Taxes I
To tb Tax Pmyf tt Montgomtry Co.
TIIR receipts fur the June pa? ment of
taxes, are now ready. Ttie 'th of June Is the
laat da 1 allowed hy Jaw, fnr the p aiteiit ol thoe .
taare. Die Treaetitrr ' orfli-e Hill )ai ito,-sn
rromTtui 19, A. Manei from 1 ! P. M t until the
HHh dny o( Juitu, i.rxt.
An pirortuotty It now offered to all who with to '
pay be lure Uie ruftU iv meuore.
ay -tt Treasurer Muuigntasviry ottuatys
(Journal and iaii-tie cup) , Jai., tt.
1U)XKH Sn quality Palermo Orangaa,
larg a sad swaet, at
.HAA I'taHV HI, I tl.-l,
atyi No. sou, sd .t.
PlNkt A Pr-LhoWl barrel, in prime or-
iust leessveev .
.i r. a (iiv tv