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No. 1 10, Main street.:
N. W. WILSON
UAH JUHT lUCt.!FIVri rilK I1KST
ad mMt complctf it nek of
SPUING & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
broiifhtto this rltjr.w tilrh wrpmnm,fftc.Mrfii
rKpmwiylo hi onlorhy JOHN H. IK 1 KHN.of Cin
cinnati, Mcknnwlr(Vfl to hot hi hfnt Boot nnd Pho
Manufacturer In thp West.
In addition I HAVK and W'IM. K FF.PON HA NT)
It full ami varlwl atoci (if
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for ITVLR BndlltlALITYIS (INSURPAH
.!. Ism confident 1 can gel up
THE BEST FITTINO HOOTS A SHOES
In the city, and t will guarantee satlslactlon In all
cue. Respectfully,
N W. WILSON,
111 Main street, 3 iloor. ifiuth of the Market.
!. W. W. alio keeps a upcrlnr artleleof FRF.NCH
BLACK! NO.
.WNo Eastern Work kept at this estab
lishment eprS-ds
WFBENCHW
THE CELEHKATICD
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BLACKING, o
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CONSTANTLY ON BAND, HH
ANn FOR SAI.H II V
N. W. WILSON,
No. 110, .Ha I ii Mri'i'l,
O .GIVEITATRIAL!- O
api'ia-tf
.lfl !r. trr
1 B. CS IP $
Star Show of the United States
Thto Company to aelertM from the beat iwrlormert of
Europe and America. ProinlnMit atuontr, the feature
of toll Macniftoent Katalillnbmuut will be fraud
THE ANTONIO BROTHERS!
rormetly of the DI AVOI.O FAMILY.
ODILIAKO ANTONIO, I.OIIKNZO ANTONIO,
ACO0BTCS ANTONIO, ALl'HONZO ANTONIO,
WILLIAM ABM8TR0N0, JACOB 8HOWLKK,
JOHNNY DAVKNPORT, MAST. BKNBIE,
MR. J. 8nOWLE9, M'LLE KLIZAIIKTH,
, W. PAOt,, J- DAVIHE,
THE MIOARI BALLET TBOUI'E,
PtBTOBMINO nORSD AMEBIC AN KAULE,
3BICK I10BSE NONPABIEL,
COMIC DOQ YANKEE.
atattfeisa-
A Beautiful Eqwstriao r-mkmime Every Afterim
A NEW, SPLENDID AND TEBBINO ACT I
Bvery Night, In which tha
TPXRiHn ZECHSTQ-I
mnn tta Slack Rope, wolTlng at TenrilU
Spatd, and completely en? eloped la
YOLGANO Off F1IEK.
SPwformef at 2 and 7 1-2 o'clook, P. Iff.
Win Exhibit t
DAYTON, Friday, May 87th, TROY, Thuradajr.
"rwwi, utKAPi ruw?(, May -Kith.
AdmlKition.
iiia7-Jww-Ud.
DIETEICH'S
Concentrated Eaaence of Jamaica Oin
gar.
FOll the ('lire of Indigestion, Nervous
Headache. Flatulency, ainl for all trouhlea arl.
Inn from abail stomach. An excellent article for
weak persons. Prepared and arlil by
J. W. DlF.i'RICH, Druggist,
PHILLIPS HOUSF., opposite fesirt House,
, Thlril at., Dayton, O.
INDIA Ku liber Diapering. For Children
anil sick Bed. For sale by
J. V. niKTHH'H,
PllllJ.irs Hounk,
nKMIINK I,ow' Itrown Windsor
Soap,
V Honey, All
Pooclne .Soapa.
ioml, I'ahn, (jljcerine, Nymih ami
r nr NKie ny
J. W. DIKTRK.'H, rniKlat,
PiiilxiPH Him-ki:.
riKOIN Olive Oils, or a superior ouality,
for tahle iiaeflne, freah anil HU'eet. For aale
J. W. MKTHICH, DniKKlat,
Phillips Houae
I'UBE 1 Bintu, Canvoss, llniBhes. A large
- Aaaortment lor aale hy
J. W, IIIK.I'RICH, llruiiirlat,
Sw4 Phllllpe liouiie.
Ji2ii goo its:
Spring Clothing.
110 & 121, MAIN STREET.
119. S. SCHlFER 119.
HAS JUST RECEIVED HIS SPUING
atoea of Dry GotNla, coiuprlaliiK every thing new
and elegant In the line.
Fancy and (Hack
Silk H.iKea,
I'lain and
Funey Silks,
liiiiok A
I 'olured,
laevery variety of ilyle, Itouaht recently, and eell-
lng at Low I'llK Ks.
SI la and IJice Mantilliia,
Shawli, Duatera,
I'araaoU, llo.leiy,
Kmhrolilerlea,
Slvirla anil TrlntuiiiiKi,
Ni-w Hiylea, anil at
Hkuui ri Fait i:h!
flrenatllne, Berage,
Organilie A Valencia Roliea,
cnatura, eomaruk
Beraee. Analala. Valencia.
ana i raveling uraaa iooui;
C'HINT.KH,
French and Engliah,
Brlllianta, tanxhama,
Percales, ( haml.rayi,
Boy.' Wear,
iriau Mneni.
I. loan sheetlnga,
lllraiheil hud Brown
.shirt Iiiki and
Sheet inga, Ac.
FURNISHING GOODS, in great variety, aud at pi i
cea which cannot lall to pleaae.
121. -:-
.
.JL rw L a
SWUNG CLOTH I NG !
FlegaatFreaoh cloth, Drei anil Froc C'oatai line
Fancy Caaaluiere lluitneaii t'oata; Kprlng Ha
giansano ipvercoaia, ine latent at) lea;
Faa!il"nahle lilile Band t'a.atuiere,
Plain anil Fancy Caa.lntere
l-aniaoi an iieacriinioii.t
Silk, Nallli, Velvet,
Marielllea, and
Farmera Hatln
ami ( loth
Vrata.
In fad he haa now on hand a full and couiplrteHtock
of all Ihe Uteat style, ol
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN end BOYS,
FOK8PRINU AND SUM. l Ell WEAK,
which he will aell at lower price, than almllar
ajood, aaa be purahaaed lor at any oth. r place In the
C.iatom work will be given particular attention.
Tha public will pleaae remember the place Noa.
IIS and ISI, Main street, oppoille I'hlllliw Houae
aaayS
BIMM & BRO.
HAyaJ,,rii n 1bouen bush.
alas POTATOBH. tor aale at Ike loweat market
Mase, l His Head of ihe Basis. . a a
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VOL, X.
MA 4 1
DAYTON OHIO, TUESDAY,
MAY 17, 1850.
mm
NO. 10-2.
ME DAILY EMPIHE
owwioat op euaLioanoN:
(mpJre BiliiHt,Thirlit8ilhiUiH,Iaiil JeDerwi
TIRMli
B.r MalltB.OOper veavlnadanea.
10 r.iu pr w..h , parable ta thenarrter.
ainale eoiilea, put up fa wrappera, aoeata.
Cincinnati Agency.
The Cincinnati Type Foundry Company la
Our duly aalhoriced Afrent Id make contract.
and receipt lor Aaverliaenumta anbarriptiona,
Ac, in that city.
To ItoaiKKHMax. The Empire Job Room,
are in complete trim, and we are now prepared
to do work of all description, in the beat etyle
oftheart. Call in and examine our work aud
lenrn our price,.
J J To AovnaTiiKaa. Advertiaenenta or
Notice, for the Kmpire muat be handaJinto
the ornce by tea e'eiee on the day they are de-
i red to oe punuaneo ne! later, we eanaot
aree toinaert them after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Weekly Advertisements.
Those who deeire to have advertieemente
interted in Ihe Weekly Empire ahould hand
them tn by Saturday morning, at tbe lateet
IQuOur advertising patrons will perceive
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their advertisements will be always new a
very important matter to them.
ITSee 4th page for Telegraph Report,.
Tar It! The Daily Empire, a local and gen
erl NEWS-paper, is publiahed every after
noon. Price, 10 cent, per week, payable to the
Carrier. Our cilicens are solicited to fry it; if
it doe, not give ,atiafarllon, we will notinaist
on their coniinuing it.
1 J'The Tournament laal evening was a bril
liant affair throughout; the fencing, combats,
muaic wrery thing, paaaed off to the aatiafao
(aclinn of I lie Urge audience in attendance. It
trike, us that llie-e Tournaments are among
he moat interesting ethibilions that could be
tt the preaent lime given our citizen,. The
gnnllemen connected with the Tournament
waived their right to contend for the prizes, and
yiclile I Ihrm for the compel ion of the youthful
fencers. 1 at Prize was awarded to Master W
Howard ; 3d, to Charles Clegg ; 3d, to Joseph
Hughes j 4th, to Master Jackson, Tbe Commit'
j tee were unuhle to deride between Blaster
Schcnck Hiid Phillips, and waa awarded to them
"in common. " The participants the 5th old and
young, acquitted ihemselves well and gallantly.
and gave I heir auditors great pleasure. We
hope that entertainment, of this kind will be
occasionally given by those who hare Bo well
acquired the use of arms. It will have the
effect of introducing a pleaaaat change in the
liit ii f amusements with which wears familiar.
While we are in thia connection we would
observe that we learn a grand Field Tonrna
meut ia talked of, to come off sometime the
present sentou. Such a project, well gotten up,
would be a very graod affair. Ia there any
probability of its accomplishment T
Gsand I'm Nio ExocaeioK. There ia at this
time a very commendable spirit at work among
our firemen in regard to furnishing their Halls
with good libraries. This is right, and the
erTi rt should be snconraged by our citizen,.
This spirit shows plainly that the Daylou Fire
men have a proper conception of tbe advanti
ages of reading, and the requirements of the
times. In older to acquire book,, the several
companies have adopted various plans, and are
we leain, succeeding tolerably well.
The ' Independents" have, we are Informed,
decided to give a grand pie nie excursion ; and
the time has been set for Friday the 27th lost.
They hsve chosen a delightful location in the
neighborhood of Higgina Station, on the Western
Road, about 7 miles fiom the city, where they
cannot fail to have a pleasant time, if the weath
er prove tine. The tickets for the trip includ
tng Railrosd fare will be f I for a gentleman
and two ladies. This is certainly very inviting;
and all good folks sre cordially invited to ac
compsay the "Independents" on tbe occasion.
They hope in thia way lo provide for a delight,
ful Irip.rnd at the same time to secure funds to
asiiat in purchasing a library. Jtemember tbe
"27th," and get ready.
;
O A gentleman who resides in Ihe neigh
borhood Inform, u, that the "hog cholera" has
made its appearance among the porkers in the
vicinity of Dayton. He aaya that on Friday
last Mr.Uiaer, who resides a few miles below
this city, lost eight bogs by this disease.
When attacked, Ihe hog commenced reeling,
soon fell over, and in less thsn five minutes af
ter the attack, was deed. Severs! other gen
tlemen in thst neighborhood lost hngs in the
same way on Saturday and Sunday. There
seemed to be no help for them.
U Ia our market master aware Ibat little or
no regard ia paid to the ordinance relating to
tbe hour in tbe morning at which peraona are
permitted to sell and b"j? There ia neither
"let nr hindrance" to Die buying and selling
prior to S o'clock iu the morning. Citizens,
dealers st second-hand all boy any lime they
plesso. This is notorious; ia it right?
do it IIoots Tbe aale of Eastern boots,
shoes, etc., is being oontinued at No. 79,
Jefferson at. There will be aalee this evening
and limy will oominue till tbe whole stock
is told. As aome persona bare taken ud
the notion that Mr. Dayii is selling 'out to
close business, we will state that such is not
tbe vase ; be is, rather, preparing to go into
business right. He will not hereafter keep
eastern work, but will supply ell, wbo give
him orders, with tbe best end neatest of
custom work. Call in this afternoon and
evening, and buy bargains in eastern work.
IT Tbe Dayton Oasstle learna from private
source that a destructive fire occurred in Leba
non on Sunday morning lsst. The stable of
lus rrarren tioiei waa uuraea, logewer who
hnrana Mveral huvoriea anit eariiairea tta.
y. .
taalrophe thst it was impossible to get the hor
aesout. The noted and valuable stallion Css
aius M. Clsy, jr., wss among the animala dee'
Imyed. The utile of Mr. Tolleo, acroaa the
alley from the Warren alabb, waa also des
troyed.but its contents were mostly ssved.
ITT The Shulls have just received a large lot
of No. 1 orangea, which cannot be exceeded
even iu the orange groves. They have also
juat received a large quantity of other good
tuiiiga. r or particulars esu ana see corner
of Main and Third.
BOB. roe rieamer v igo, just in, nas war
news two days later than the Nov Scotia
but the telegraph wiree being out of order
; it could not be telegraphed to New York.
Ureet speculation te anoel in rusw I or ss
I to the ehareeter of ber information about
i wnswsisaj auoni
' the war
The Dayton Library Association to be
Evangelized
An arrangement ia In contemplation we en
deratand, by which, fur a consideration in mo.
ney, the Directors of the Dsyton Library As
sociation are solicited to grsnt the nse of the
Librsry Rooms to the Young Men's Christian
Assnclstion one evening each week, for a year;
also to grant ihe members of the latter society
free access to the Room at all times, to give
them Ihe privilege of using ihs vacant newspa
per forms, to pot such newspapers on as they
msy desire to place there, and to allow them
the use of the room every Bundny to impart re
ligious instruction to clssses,
Tbe Dsyton Library Association bss been,
we believe, hitherto, entirely free from sny
imputation of sectarian tendencies and all re'
ligious entanglements. Neither Catholica nor
Protestants, Orthodox, he ret ice, nor, indeed, un
believers, hsve had any reason to romplsin cf
partiality in Ihe selection of its books, or the
administration of its affairs, so far aa we know.
It waa originally designed for a public literary
institution one that should be equally acces
sible to persons of every persusslon, religious
or political. If it is to be converted into a
Sunday School on Sundays, and a prayer mee:,
ing room one night evety week, it not only
apssks ill for the liberality of this community
in furnishing houses and places of public wor
ship, but is a total perversion of the purpose
for which it waa originally intended, and for
which it haa been hitherto supported. If the
Library Association needs the money, end that
is ths only real reason why the proposition for
this extraordinary partneisbip is entertained,
there sre no doubt msny other ways in which
the rooms could be sub let with greater pern-
niary advantage; or if the association cannot
be supported ss similar institutions are suppor
ted elsewhere) without becoming the beneficia
ry of occasional concerts, and sub letting its
rooms snd privileges to other and independent
bodies, it is time for it to dissolve and assume
some new and differentorgsnization. Itsmcru
bers are now members of tbe ''Dayton Library
Association;" when they desire to become
members of Ihe Dmylon Library and Young Mm'i
Christian Amciation, It is to be hoped that Ihe
Board of Directors will at least allow them Ihe
credit of making that choice.
We have no word to nay in disparagement of
the objects of the Young Men's Christian Anso
ciation. It is no doubt composed of excellent
and conscientious onng men. There is not
the slightest objection to any orsll of Ihtm be
coming members of the Library Association,
and perhaps msny of them nrr. What we pro
teat against is a connection that will give rise
to objections to the Lihrsry Associslion on re
ligious or sectarian grounds, or may lead to un.
pleaaant and injurious consequences to Ihe in
stitution. In no country in the world perhaps
is public sentiment so averse as itia in this, to
any connection whatever between religious and
secular institutions. It is mainly to this wholei
some and really christian sentiment, that the
Church owes much of its prosperity and
strength we ssy "Christian" for when Christ
was confronted by the Pharisees, wbo took
counsel together how they might entsngle him
in his talk, and asked him whether it was law
fut to pay tribute unto Ceasar, be replied by
eaking them to give him e piece of the tribute
mosey; "whose is thie image snd subscrip
tion?" be asked. They say unto bim "Cn'iarV
then aalth he onto them "render therefore
unto Ceassr the things which are CuMSr's, and
unto God the things that are Gods."
It wss thus that the Great Author of the
Christian Dispensation himself tsught the
wholesome lesson of the distinctness and sepa
ration of religious from secular mstters, and to
the disregard of this wise and vslusble admo
nitioo, ia to be attributed tbe bloodiest and bit
terest conflicts Ibat have convulsed the world.
It was ressrved for this government lo set the
first exsmpla of perfect religious toleration
amongst maukibd since Ohrist ascended from
the EejgV; and the present strength, indepsn.
drnce and prosperity of the Christian Church
atteata tbe wisdom of our fathers. The more
completely and atrietly religious organizations,
are left to themselves, tbe better it is for them,
and the more likely are they to effect their pur
poses with tbe community.
A Nzw Parxa. We have received the
first number of a new weekly paper entitled
"The Peoples Press," published by J. Rirney
Marshsll, at Columbus, O. ' The Press" is a
large paper, and makes a fine appearance. It
is democratic in politics, and is, ws gather from
the salutatory of the editor, to be mainly devo
ted to ihe elevation of Stephen A. Douglas to
the Presidency. We are pleased lo note that
while Air. Douglas is the Jirtt choice of Ihe
Press," it will not essay to disparage the
claims of other Statesmen prominen lly named
for the same position. Thia ia well. Mr.
Marshall ia a ready writer, and as ha presents
a Urge and Interesting sheet it is probable he
will be successful.
JJ-We bare not intended any offence to our
neighbor of the Qssetle in our notices of his
different views of naturalisation, and regret
that In spesking of them we hsvs given bim
the impression we Sought to be rude. It is
probable thatonr language might have been
"better chosen," while it would hava effected
the eame purpose. The asms may be ssid of ths
Gazette's articles.
IT Our readers will pleaae read ths new
announcement of Green A Brother, in to day 'a
paper. ' They have just received a fresh slock
of choice groceries, and a variety of snides
properly belonging to the trade and they are
determined to offer aa great inducements in tbe
way of goods, quality, price, As,, a, any othir
establishment in tbe city. Their location on
Third, south side, half way between Main sad
Jeffersoo, is central, and convenient from all
points. Tha brothers G. are clever gentlemen,
and are liberal in their dealings.
Ici CaxAM. In these days of fine eveuing,,
warm days, both suggestive of promeosdee,
pleasure stc., we desire to csll ths atteotion of
the passer by, to the neat snd pleasant rooms
of Oeorge Ohmer in the Post OrHce Ruilding,
where Ice Cream, Cobblers, Lemonade and re
freahmenta of all kinds msy be hsd in ths very
best style.
Tske your wife or your Un44 snd see what
a charming effect it will produce in your favor
for ever after. There is a side entrance to the
ladies saloon. Go.
aaT"8ee U. W. Preston's announce Bient
in another column. If warrants to do just
what he says ; and we will say that ha baa
the reputation of "coming np lo time." Try
his eatablishment.
T Dsvid Weilsell yesterday plead guiliy
to "Assault and batter," on Joseph Marts,
aad the Mayor fiaed him (IS (the highest
euount under the law,) and eoaU, aad am
Wared Biea,to 10 days in the dnegewa oe bread
tea water.
The New Alliance—"Offensive and
Defensive."
Grsnd Lottery Scheme a Urge number of
prlres and no blanks! dissolution of the Re.
publican party I The only line Republican
editor in Southern Ohio kirks out of the traces
snd discsrds his former masters, GiddingsA
t'ot Another "dodge !" Paisnn.as are to
hsve nothing to do In the coming contest, I
OFFICE is the only thing tn be thought of
and contended fori "Go in lemons snd get
squeezed
For particulars see the Oasetle of thie morn
ing.snd fcd. l'anott'e "Fsrewell Address" to
the Kepubl icso Psrty, published by our morni
ing colemporsries.
Nzwerarin Imi-sovexknt,. We are gratified
to see so msny of our Ohio Exchsnges donning
new suits, snd being otherwise improved. It
speaks well for the people in the severs! com-
inanities in which they are located; and mote-r
It ia almost a direct compliment to the publish
era snd editoia, for If Ihey hsd not rfeaerreof
prosperity they would not hsve received it.
We notice in tbe papers to which we allude
that the people patronize their advertising col
iimna. In thi list we find Ihe
Onto Tsasa This excellent Democratic
paper has been dressed in new type, snd pre
its sn improved appearance in every respect
Bro. Hill la s staunch democrat, an able wri
ter, and the Democracy ought to give him a heal'
ly support. The fsctthst he Is enabled to ma
terially improve bis psper is proof thst they
sre st work.
axnia HKwa. ibis excellent newspaper
conies to us in an enlarged form, and printed
on new type. It is now one of lbs largest and
prettiest papers in the Stale. We have ssid
before snd we now repeat that tbe Newe
man is one of the most industrious editors in
Ohio, ss Ins psper plainly Indicates. With his
politics the better phase ef black republican
ism we have nothing to do; we wish him
abundant success pecunisrily. He deserves it,
and is, we are glad to see, likely lo obtain it.
The last number of ths News announces that it
will be issued duily during I lie session of the
United Presbyterian Synod, which convenes in
Xenia on Wednesday of thia week,
Tikfih TaiBUNI. This psper has been put
up iu a new and attractive rig, end bow makes
a very respectable appearance. The "Adver.
tiser," and Ihe Tribuae," being enlarged
about the same time, indicate, that the people
of Tiffin appreciate the efforts of their condue
tors to make interesting papers,
t"T A Western editor recently offered his
hat for the bent essay of independence.
The following obtained the prize :
"Nationnl independence 1 onsier imagin
ed than described ; personal independence
consists emphatically in being situated in a
clean shirt, drawers, socks, and a nicely,
blacked pair of boots, with at least a dollar
and a half and a canibrio in your pocket,
on Sunday morning, with your wife on one
arm and your baby on the other, taking
your course toward your own preacher, in
the expectation of doing your own snoozing
in your own pew, wherein no one duree
venture to nudge you with their elbow, or
tickle you with a straw..
CbBioci Fact. Mr. Btieklaad, the great
naturalist, says of Ilia chameleon :
Iletwixt the twe tides of the body there
seems a lack of symputby. One eye mny
be looking straight forward, while the other
is looking as direotly backward. One may
be entirely asleep, while the other is wide
awake. And thia kind of independent and
soparute action applies to eaoh side of tbe
creature to its limbs. It can not swim.
because its limbs refuse to act in concert.
Gould the two tides understand one another.
and agreo on a prescribed course of action,
it muht always be awake, or half awake
But it gains nothing by it unilateral inde
pendency; the two sidoe are liko two horsea
that won't work in harness. It seems
strange, with such a peculiarity, that on
trees, or terra nrma. Hut nt tha two sides
uro fed by one mouth, and as the insect
tribos refuse to aome to it, so thoy seem, in
regard to all culinary matters, to oirree to
sink their differences, and to move in har.
mony. The etomaoh is a potent harmopizer.
The Nkwspapkr a Would. A oertuin
man hit bis toe against a pebble and fell
headlong to the ground. He was vexed, and
under the influence of anger end aelf-suf-fioienoy,
he kickpd old mother earth right
saucily. With imperturbable gravity he
looked to tee the globe itself dissolve and
come to naught Hut the tarth lemained.
and only his poor foot was injured in the
encounter. This is the way of roan. An ar
ticle in a newspaper touches him in a weak
spot and straightway he tends to stop his
paper. With great eeiroomplaoenriy he looks
to tee a crash, when the object of his spleen
shall oeato to be Poor fool, he hat only bit
his own toe against a world thut does not
perceptibly feel the shock, and injures to
no extent any one but himsoll.
tT Three men, severally named Goodman
Tmbel and Dinglich, were before the Msyor
yesterday afternoon, charged with rsising a
muss st the boarding houae of Charles Bin's,
on Market st , en Suudsy. It hsvinir appeared
in evidence that Bins furnished ths "drink,"
be wss held to be equally culpable with the
parties chsrgsd, and the Mayor fined the parly
eirh IS and costs,
(TL. M arkgroff, Proprietor of " Furupa Eucher
Hoff,"on Third street, near ths P. O. has just
received a large importation of a new article
of fine Swiss cheese, "fraah from the Alps,"
called "Kieuler ksaea" which can be bought by
ths pound or served to order. Mr. M. hss slso
received some fine Limburger, and other luxu
ries, to which he invites especial attention of
hia German friends.
17" A geutlemsu informs us thst some thieves
entered ths premises of Mr. Winters, corner of
Siui'h sud Brown St., last night. and stole there
from a banel of flour, t sack of rye flour, some
bread, yeast, a crock of pickles, sod various
other eatibles. It is thought for certaiu reaa.
on, that a 'cum accompanied the thieves.
IT" Ws havs been aaked ' Did ihs Lijrht
Ousrd psrsde yesterday?" Ws reply we do
not know; we did not see them.
Xight for tha Million f
Cost only One Cent an Hour.
TH E introduction of M ACE'S PORTA Ul.E
OAS UhNKHATOR into thta city has demon,
atraled the fact aoanKloosly ileslred. thatl.A.1 Liuht
la now within the reach of all. It sot only LltiHTS
inepiara.oi inniwiiii ami ina as ANMunsol tha
WKAl.THY.but will dlapal tha darkaawa froas Um
HUM Km of those m the humbler walk ol life, rcn.
derlox thess eheerlul aad happy, by placing GAS
within their mesne. Call at J. Lamruon A Bro.s
Hardware store, Main etrsst, Ilsytop, and wltoese
tha successful trluaiph ol title lisht over all olhera.
All tha beautiful aud variotta deslgne of LAMPS,
BHAl k KTS PKNDANTN, and ClHMlSLIkh.-,lor
Halls, Parlors, aad t'hurche. which aarve the
double purpoaee of IIHN AAIKNT and LUiHr,eua
etantly on hand and ready to nut un on abort Mo
ll. Arranccuienucaa be mada with the under
aisned lo Haiti I'oUM.e. v Chi'Bi-me., Hilu, Stoses,
HHoea and hasiuzaiaa, on favorable torass, aad
Warranted lo f Iva aallslaclloa. Call laaaaeUialeiy,
while the saaortaaeat is food, aad stake your saiec.
lions. W. W. U W INt. HH L.
sprvi-iywfsssaaiweaiaes
NEWS ITEMS.
On Monday 925 bushels of white wheal were
sold in Alexsndria, Va , at per hush.
1 he Pans correspondent of the New York
Commrreial writes thst e frost, haa cut off the
champngne crop of this year to one-eighth. It
is not probable, however, that the quantity of
so called champagne Will diminlnb.
In the Circuit Com!,, at Cookville, Tenn., the
Reg. Mr. Sewell, a few days since, i. blamed a
verdict of $0,000 strains! s Mr. Brown, in a suit
agaioat the latter for slsuder. The nature of
iheslsnder is not mentioned.
Two hundred thousand copies nfSpureon'a
Sermous havs been sold by Sheldon ,t Couipa.
ny of New York, the American publishers.
i ne ninin edition or (he fifth series has just
Men published.
Nimrod Strickland, Esq , " wall know
throughout Pennsylvania as one of the ah.'esi
snd most rellsble Democrata in the Slate, has
become the editor of the 1'ennsvlvanian, at
Philadelphia.
There has recently been.nn unusual niorlnli-
ty in the family of Mr. Joshua H. Belhy, at
Bladensburg, Md. On the 15th tilt, his son.
aged ten years, died; on Ihs lllih his daugbu r,
aged thirteen years, and on the same day his
wife, sll of srsrlet fever,- and on the followiiiii
day Mr. Selby himself died of consumption.
The fortunate husban.l of the beautiful
dughter of Mr. Corcoran, the Washington bank
er, receives wilh his wife a bridal present of
1,000,000, Mr. Euatia is said, under the cir
cumstances, to be ss sstisfied as sny other man
in Louiaiaos, no instter whst thst other man's
luck msy lie.
Young Frost, the telegrsph messenirer who
fled from Rochester, lsst week, with $301), was
arrested on Saturday, on the steamer Granada,
on which he had Uken pas.ige for California.
In bis possession $!8ft of the money wss
found.
A Mrs. John Totten, of Flalbnsh. New York.
waa so dreadfully burnt by ramphene that
nothing wss left upon her person when found
but her gaiters, and when her brother discov
ered her and took hold of her arm to carry her
out of the room Ihe flesh eame off her amis.
She died very aoon.
in auairm mere ere some copper ni lies.
termed the "HurraiBurrs." They were opened
in 1H45, and five years yielded Sfi,49H tuns of
ore, averaging furly per cent., and worth
$.1,000,0(10. In (Ire years they returned to Ihe
stockholders nineteen limes their outlay.
The Duke- of Carubridk-e, Commander in-
Chief ol the British army, and own cmifin lo
Queen Victoria, has been sued for damages in
ne sum of two hundred thousand dollars, by
the husband of a lady with whom he had of
Isle been too intimate.
Mrs. Otinniiiitbam, of Burdell notoriety, bus
a relative in New Totk, Mr. Oeoign Cunning
hem, one of the most talented blind musicians
n the world. He employs a reader, who cnlls
out the notes, and never requires an air recited
to nira more thsn once.
Interesting Occasion.
We epeot a very pleasant afternoon feu,
dayt eioce, attending tbe closing exercises of
District School, No. 10, of Harrison town
ship, Montgomery oo, O. The Primary
School was admitted into the tipper room,
and the exerises oonduoted by the principal
teacher, Mist Ifattie Lent,. The r,ml,l,.
solved on the black-board, nnd that lurL'e
class oi gooa spellers, showed cortaiuly t tint
the teacher wis worthy of having been put
in charge of so many of the vouth nfnne lnnt
where her influence oonld be so potently
felt. We think Miss I., on that oocasion, did
honor to herself, much honor to those who
reared her, and lasting honor to her sex as a
Teacher.
At the olose of tbe school Mist Lents was
presented with a beautiful Hible, wilh her
name elegantly stamped in gold on the side
ol lt, its a token of love nnd esteem from her
scholars. It had been piirohased without
her knowledge, and Elder MnCulIoiigli was
the honored instrument in presenting it -It
took .Miss ilnttie so by surprise, that it
seemed td wake op all the deep emotions of
her soul ; and she poured out Ihe gratitude
of her heart, in Mich tender and loroihle ex
pressions, us to draw teart from almost ev
ery eye. As we passed over the threshold
of that quiet school room, out inlo the busy
world, we surely felt it had been an inter
esting and profitable occasion to us (jnsurl
Herald.
"Hob, did you go to the Pike's I'eok gu!d
Minet ?"
"Yea"
'What did you dig 7"
"I dug home, as toon as possible."
MARRIED.
On the isth lust., by Bev. II. Winters, at hi. resi
dence, Mr. Trueman B. Smith to Allsa Anna Rnlae,
both of this city.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WATER COOLERS.
THE Subscriber bat lately received in a
lot of stone Ware a few stone Water foolers,
holding ,1a (allona, a cheap article) also jam,
.rock., Juki, pans, butter jara, fruit jare, aa wrilaa
a general aaaurtuteat of eartheli crocks, l.lodtahra,
Stove crocks, Ac, and for aala cheap by
IHAHI.IS POST,
say IT KaatJd street, Sdoorslrom Maln.t.
FOlf COMFbRT."
NOW", that the sun comes out rather strong,
and flies will dance in l, It I, very comfortable
to have the room ahaded. 1 he aubscrlbei haa a o.d
aupply of window shades, window paper, and ris
ings, fur aala ou reasonable terms.
t-llAHLSS rUST,
mylT F.iat 3d (tract, dooia from Alain at.
LITTLE LEFT YET.
fPHE Subscriber baa a email quantity of
1 pried Fruit left yet as aood tart Aoi.le..
sweet ill led Peaches, peeled and uuielcil nice line
flavored Uwmaa llterrlea, M. (albciuie Piuura,
. -, ' i hu. ui utoae Black
berries, not lo mention his wall ..lac tad slock of
other prluie Uroceri, aad tor aale by
I IIAKI.KJ POST.
aayi i iu si reel, , doors Irom Main at.
Xfesh Meat llveiy Day.
GEOHtlE w. rieTo v
Daily Meat and Provision
6M $lrtel, 3 titmr$ ieet of irotrn ttreit,
DATTON, O.,
T7 EE PS constantly on hand Fresh Meals of
every Ein.i. Buller, Kgga, and earetahl., la
seaaon. Produ.-e of ail descriptions obtainable can
be had al his .lore.
JS-A. ha does hi. owa Butchering, the Public caa
on procuring Freeh tiral m r.v mosnisi. du
ring the week. He dralree the people to know that
oa ki.soiy morning they cat procure aaeal alaaarlit.
ered during Ui pnvioua slant, i nay will inaaae
bear this ia mind.
Thankful lor past pat rem we, ha aolldt. a contin
uance ol public lavar, deleruiue.1 to deserve II.
Heeiemher 41 h alreel, I doors fruw Uruwa allawt.
IB I1-Id
For Sale or Exchange
POR CITY PROPERTY, a pair of vavy
A Bn, at illca, aad Ihe Trading Boat BerrineCoa.''
I HAhLFS K. ft nar-,
aaylT i'laaui's Building, ad auaet.
50 ree4vF'"S "E"' ta Priu -'.
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
(l.ate I, N. I.reea.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PFAI KRS IN
GROCERIES,
NO. 1)10, THIRD MT.,
A HE NOW PREPARED TO SELL
floods to the .lotihlnir 1 rule. hir stock Is rum
plele snd sele ted with grest esre, snd we buy for
sbii e clu.lvel . Ueosu anil will sell ;ofxis tn
prompt hovers at the very lowest M.u act Pi Ice.
Uuycrs are resiiectlully Invited tn xlve lie a all.
.10 J bbls. Pickerel, White Fish and Tron'.
HO " N. O. Molasses,
40 Sucks Kio Colfee.
-0 " Peaches sml Apples.
10 bbls Hire.
1000 Ihs. Codfish.
2.1 Chests nnd Cuddies fine Tens.
SO Cheose.
100 Sacks Salt.
2'i doz. Ilronrns.
21 " Wash Hoards.
Oennsn Cherries Prunes, Figs, Rslalns and Nuts
of sll Bind.. Mi ol which win lie sold a, i nw as the
ni) n
DISSOLUTION.
rPUE firm of Kcese Ai Zimmerman, at
..l,r'.".'l'., WM dissolved b.y mutual consent
: "J ' ' "J. in!. mr. nee.e retires
iiln 'he firm, and will collect sll that is due to the
" sim eir. Ainimermvn pais sll Irs debts.
... i'. vv. HI,IK,
myn-lwtUw J. A. ZIMMKRHAM.
.Xl H I ' HE KUHSCKirtEIW WISH TO
1 . . employ su sotlve, reliable man laetery
county, to travel and tal.e orders by sample lor
KENEDY'S MEDICATED SEGARS
ANUllllMd'O. Will pav aaalarvnl anno In as
per ear, payable monthly, lor aamiile r.ml lull
K.KUl;l-.H at PHF.sroN, Tobacconists,
mvH-eiu
ii. winiain ai.t jtew-koiK.
SHERIFF'S BALE.
William Muflnian, 1
VB. I SI SAM
. Acarrmaa, Adnrr.ol -Montgomery Kanerlor
-wj i-ouri.
vi. at. i
lHHiSUANT to an order of the Superior
A- I. oiirl ff Mnnra-ouierv nnnnlv 1.. .ll-i..-.,
will otter at public aale at the itaor of tl.a 1 .,'..
mrvtiyoi ii ion. 1.1 BRlil cotinl t . tin
Sattiiiiav, Junk is. ISM),
At 1 o'clock. P. A!., of ..lil.l.tr in. r.. ,....,. ,..i.
snd tenements, situate In sal.l county of Moiilioin
ery, anil known aad de.crlbed aa In lows: Lot uiiii-.-
nut it -set en (JI as orlslnit !v numbered on
Mone and l oupei's plat of aildllion to the town of
" , nun IN1IIIV ioi niitiiin.rf-.t nil- lhm,..n, lha.
""""""" seveniy-nine (lT) on the revised plat
ley street 'ou.ijingoo the southeide ol Fin-
aiu lot Is anoralaed al anna no ta k- .ni i..
..... .. nuaut niiiintan, Aiim'r ol rnh tinihiey.
dee d,, el. al. '
'Perms of aale rash.
,. , JOHN MILLS, SheilrT.
1. .1. s. Smith, Alt'), for Pi tt. mylo-lt
FRUIT CANS.
VV K'are now recoiving the difTercnl kimls
ot patenta of the above article, Itoth In I aaa
and lellow Ware, which we otter Jon at Whole
sale A Hi-tall.
IIKCKI.FR, RFMI.FV MAXTON.
DAY AON 'S PATENT 11XHAU8TER
POH PRESERVING FRIHT-A sample
A- one haa been aent na. U' thin, ii . .nn-t ...i
cle; and would be nirascd to hat .- .11 iiit..M.t-.i tn
Fruits, rail and examine It.
HKf'KLKH, HKMI.KV MAXTON.
ZANESVILLE STONE WARll.
W'U sell all sizes Jugs, Milk Puns, liutter
aud Cream i rncka, churne, Ac, Ac.
IIKL'KLBIl, HK.MLKV A MAXTON.
OUEEN'SWAHK.
GLASSWARE, CHINA WARE.
JiHITTAMA WARE,
PLATED WARE, YELLOW WARE,
WOOD WARE,
CHEAP WARE,
Another lot inst reoelveil from the Msnnr.rtnrer.
and oan and will be Bold AT NF.W YOKK PRICKS.
m Hf.tKl.r.K, HKHLKV A MAXTON.
FA MI L Y G lltOCEU' j FR !
New Stand Fresh Goods.
JOIIHJ K. .i:BIIAKT, Agfut,
ro. 13 JEFFFJBOlt ST.,
r few doors South ol the Alarket-IInnse,
DAYTON, O .
II
AS JUST RECEIVED A FRESH AND
well assorted stock of tine Famlie i:numri...
1 eierv deacrliitton. "i'lte v h a i e all l.n mi imu.1
within Ihe lust few weeke, and were boiiKht wilh
express reference to uiiailtv and nrlee. il t.
pan.d to sell them at aa low pricea as tbeyoaube
artorilcd; and Is reaolved that no one shall leatehls
store dlssatt.ned.
The Ivllowmg articles romtose a part of his atock.
viz:
N. O SI (1AR Crushed and Pulverized,
R K Fl N E I) S Y R I ' 1 'S, and N. O. Jlolassee;
.MACKEREL No. 1, L and .i; White
Fish, Cod Fish, and Herring;
MIDDLE TOWN Sugar-Cured Home s
Mljterior srtlcle.
A FINE supply of I leaf nnd Mutton
Hams, 'iuUKues,Ae.
DRIED APPLES, IWhee, Prunes, Cher
lies, Ac.
TEAS, of all grades end of the yery beet
quallttt
SUPERIOR new Cheese;
SEVERAL barrels of lirst-rale Vinepnr
Uderi
WII.Lt)W and Wooden Ware;
'I'll E beat quality of llrooms;
CAN Tobac.io, uf New York brands;
REST quality (ierman and othir Clears;
OPA L, Star and Tallow Candlua;
Til E best of Meshannnck 1'otaUws,
CORN MEAL, liutter, Egna, Lard, Ac
THE best quality of Eamily Cracker,;
liROUSD and unground Coll'ee, Spices,
NotucKB, i:iunamun, lloiea,!-.
SION'K and Crockery Ware, Ao,
In .hurt, every article, ueuall, fitun.1 in r..nttu
(Grocery of the first character.
lie re.pecltully stakes hia bow to tbe citliene of
Dsy ton and vicinity, and solicit. iitr-t .i..M ...
their liatrouage, niyM-d.tw
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
SIR JAMES CLARKE 3
('-lfbrnld l eiuale Pills. ,
Vrtfrti from a pmeriftiom e Sir J. ClorU,
f'aysnaa iifruerrfiaery rs tkt Qustn
This invaluable medicine Is unfalllua inlhecnreol
all those painful and dangerous dle.se. to which
tbe female constitution is sutject. It moderatF. ail
, cs.es aud removes all obstructions, and a siieedy
cur may be relied ou.
Wfl ILe a aar v .
. . .ww a.abaeaa.iat -
11 is peculiarly soiled. It will, in s horl tlme,bi!ii(
on the monthly period wilh regularity.
F-ach bottle, price Oua JJollar, bests the Covers
meut stamp ol liieat Britain, to pre vent countrr clt,
CAUTIOW.
Tutss Pills siiovui sot aa tasks iritsM K
ouaisu the ft llT TIIKIlK MONTHS or run.
nabiv, as intv aaa svsa vo anivv oi Uia-
SHOS, Bi TATASV OTHrBTIVCTHXV asr Mrs,
In all cajee of Nervous and Spinal Aiteetions,
Pain In the Hack and Liaiba, Fatigue est ellght ea-
eitton, Halititatlnn of ths Heart, Hysterica aad
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when another
means nave fat ledi and although a powerful remedy ,
do notooatala iron, eaiutuel, antimony, or anything
hurtful tothe conatituHsn.
Ftilldlieictlons In thepaaiplilei around each peek
et, which ahould be caesOilly preserved.
Hole agesil fur the 1 ittt-d'Mates aad ( anada,
JUB Miv. (IjsW I. C. Baldwin I Co..)
Ao.-ke.ter, New-Tnra.
N. B.-l.0San4 sla oatae sUstna aatciiaje tat
any authorised Agent, will Inauee a boitle, eoaitain-
lag ss plila. by msil.
Sold U Dayton by
W. W. bTKW ABT, kaai WALTFAS A KKLSO,
wyH
Paleimo Orantres,
O A HOXES fine quality Palermo Oranaea,
large aad ., .
bkandfiubhrii a o.
my.
no. i
11UK United Statea Dsmooretie AUnanao
. Juat received and lor sale by
svias At. sad r. SHCLL.
I
In
he
is
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ol
sre
and
ny
snd
H3
Taxes I Taxes ! Taxoa !
NOTICE !
To the Tax Payer of Montgomery Co.
THE receipts for the
axes, sre now ready, 1
Inns payment of
read. Thm lAth nT 1m .. 1. IV..
i"i nay simwen ny law, for the psjment of those
tsves. The Tressurers office will he Sep open
from 71111 13, A. M., snd from Hot P. M , until the
'Jolh dsy nf June, nest.
An eppnrlunlly la now offered to sll Who Wish 0
pny belore the runh commences.
JONATHAN KFNNr,
mylO-Tt Treasurer Montgomery ennnty.
(Journal and Matettseopy, dally, 'M
SALTOHSTAIL'8
Fire and WmnKR-Pftoor
ADIIES1VR AND ELASTIC
ROOF. COATING!
For Metal and Canvas Roofa. '
IROM FFITCH AUD FRONTS", ITXAHEBI, AO.
F. 0OVS a CO.,
PROifRIKTORS A flOLR MANUFACTURKRC,
No. 132 West 2d at , (bet Race A Elm,)
CINCIINNATI, 0.
niyla-lwd
WEST'S HOTEL,
lOHNFR or
Columbue Avenue Water Street.
BANDTJSKY CITY,
OHIO.
W. T. WRST, J -
K. WFST, my
ELY BOOTH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IDAITON, OHIO. v ,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of Montgomery and adjolnlne; coun
ties, and will promptly sttend to ail busiseaa en
trusted tohla rare,
nnioe In Clegg s Building, Third street,
my 4-d.iwiy
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AT LAW,
AKD KOTAR Y PUBLIC, '
W7H.I. OIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
' v to all business entrusted to hia care, ia Mnn.
gomery itnil niljoiuliig counties.
OFFICE, in Ihe Second Story of the
Empire Ruilding, Third etreet, Dayton,
Ohio. .
mayll-lydaw ' 1 '
AIAY 9, 1859!!
Llautillao.
Mantillas.
Wc have lust received a large Invoice of
lti: II A I.ACE MAKTILLAsi,
IIAIM l ll.l.A do do
MILK do dat
FRENCH LACE POINTS,
SILK DUSTERS, -
u ice, ranging from ti.no to $10,00 at the CAM!
JOHN, VANDOREN CO.
IIIJS , ,
CAKPENTER.. SHOP!!!
J. B. Raymond
HAS taken W. FAIR'S eld etand, on 2d
dtrft.iHtllVMII JaHatsenn anel SI. sT's.!-
Is prepared tn i do """
liVILltlKO AKD REPAIRIKG
T?,thf "''Action or all patronizing him. Also
Sralr Ilulldliig. Ulvehlraac.il. . mys-lmd
City Property for Sale
A DESIRE to visit Europe, induces me to
otter uiv tireseitt Resilient i,u.Bt.i nh ,t.. K..-t.
side ol Third street, Iwluw I'erry, lor aale. The tot
laolcet Iront and 'Jiai leet deep, north and seat au
alley, on which are three liweliing Houses,, fen-aervatm-y,
stable, Wood House, and many other
Improvements.
ihe whole ia handsomely arranged tn a garden,
with a great many different klnila of choice fruit
bearing trees, grapes enough to make wlnci a great
variety ol hardy flowers ami floivrtn .l.ri.t.h...
ornament Ihegardrii. A great many dlfTeient kunla
ureenlioute Plnnt., ..icli aa Oranges, Lemon..
Pontegraiiatea. lto.es. krrt.. (iiM...t-H nA.i....
choice Planra in the Conservatory. Also.'anuails'r
lieautllul slutted birds, Ac.
The preinlaei. combine all Ihe convenience, ne.
ceasnry for health and ennilnrt In the city, aa well
Persons who wish to purchase a beautiful home.
Invited lo call snd view Ihs nremisea.
Price reasonable, and Inngpe) ments.
myS-Smd F. H. LANOSTFOT.
Rrlrivrrrators! Watrr Coolfrs!!
KEEP COOLI KEEP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD you, during the coming hot
month., hsve 1 ki .h meat Instesdof tainti 1,1
mirier inarrail ol n.. n.l swriT milk iluteatl
i"Hl The CMll.l.M of lour wtle ln.tH.1 r h.,
rnoivNt Then go at osi i:and lav voureaM.hef,tre
A. W.ltlCK&CO.,
Hus on Building, Dayton,
your wishes can he satisfied. They have Be.
frlreratoia of all st) les and .ires, all admirably
adsp1el to impart to y our comfort, and vftet-t a great
aavlngof Iceoter the old way ol keening It,
They nave also Waler Cooler, aed Ice Cream
Freeaers, and the
Old Dominion Coflee Pot!
the use of which all the aroma or vm,. r-nff.-
during boiling, Instead ol going oil In var ail over
tur nouae, la ruuilenatil and Ihrimu bark into tl e
IftVe, tints lu.itrilig lo vou a more rill..,ii. .ll.
effecting a sat lug to lite anion n I of loltee usej!
To Merchants
MIL LINE US.
W. P. DEVOU k R0CKW00D,
IXHOMTERS, V MOLT, A LI liCAI.mil AND H A Ml' TAT
1 1'ftkKft OK
MANTILLAS, DUSTERS
Cloaks and Bonnets,-4 '
Si PEARL ST, . INCINNaTI, O,
Offer totheaferrhajita Snd Nllllaexof this Beetwa
a rumpiete aitaovlmeal ot
Straw and BOB SonnMa.
Bhawla and Mantt lias.
Dress Tilruinluga,
mrrotdnea atitd
. . , WWte Qooda,
Bonne tBtbbone and
Mllltnory Ooode.
OnresrenslveconDAtetlon tn the above roods, ea
ablrB ua to .eJi a. low aa can be ottered t-aal or
Y.'sal. aad wc invite the attention of close buyers,
-Bipedal indueements to CASH BUV1BS.
my l'i
ICE CREAM,
THIS DAT AND EYENINO,
GEO. OHMER'S.
mayaV-4tm
KEFRKSj IA1 F,NT SAIXiONT! ! !
OEOROBOBMER.
Tor Ice Cream, go to
OEO. OIIMER'H
Tot the Beet of Soda, go to
t)E(i. OHMER'S.
Tor all kinda ol Coot Drinks, f) to
t.KO. OIIAIER'K
For the beat of Candlee, go to
lKO. OHMER'S.
Tor ihm beet of Fresh Pmlt, go to
ttKo. OHMER'S.
Por the Uneat Clgaia, goto
UEO. OHMERU
Pet tk liaat Tobacco, go to -
11 KO OUUER'S,' .
asaya-esw
UAYH'N.b.
PINE APPI.KS-1 barrst. in prUjiaor
Or, juat raeetveo, '
"pil
ea at s. aa ens, St.

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