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- CQL. WOOD, Having mada a permanent an gaga moat wstii OIOrDONDTTI'O ORtAT AND -SUBLESaUS DRAMATIC TROUPE 1 Compound entirely of Acting lVTonkfi, Hog- and Uout (Aattiey hava appeared In tit principal saloons of Parla, I,onioo. New Vurk, t'hiUdclphta, Uoetunand New Orlean,) In IAiiKhftbla Fantomlmeil Com in Interlude!! Tight and black Hope Performance!!! Grand tipeeUolefl'Ilt Kqujtrinninmt!!!! Ao, With ma en in cent Costumes and. Appointments, will titbit At Huston Hall, Dayton, FOR FOUR DAYS! Wedne$iyt Thur$dt$jf, Ftidnp nd Saturday, JUNR8TH,TH, lOTIf AND I1TH. Tha whola to conclude with the Tcrrlflo Aioemlon of the Dog John Bull in tho Fire-Works! Doom open open at T o'cloca. Petformanea to eomrnne at S. Afternoon Performance Doom opea at ti to eommenoe at I o'clock. -Admission, for Ladiea and Gentlemen, H rents, For Child ren thia he ng an entertainment peculiar ly attractive and fascinating to families Tlcktita will be put at the unusually low ratps of 10 centa. Grant Day Perfonnanooa for Fa mil lea and Child ren residing out of town. aiyal-dlw For Cash Onlyj AT No. 110, Main street. N. W. WILSON HAH JUST RECEIVED TOE BEST and moit complete stock of SPLING Boots & SUMMER and Shoes Ever brought to thli el I jr. which were manufactured expressly to his order by iOHN H. UKTKHS, of Cin cinnati, acknowledged to be the beet Boot and Shoe Manufacturer In the Went. In addition I HAVE and WILL KELP ON HAND a full and varlad tooa of My Own Manufacture, Which, for 8TYLR andQUAMTYls UNSURPAS. 1. I am confident 1 can gut up THE BEST FITTING HOOTS & .SHOES In the oltjr, and I will e;iiiriintea aatlalnctlon In all oases. Hcaiieclfullv, N W. WILSON, US Main atreet, 3 doort south of the Mnrset. N. W. W. olio keeps a superior article of FHF.NCH BLACKING H3No Eastern Work kept at this estab lishment. apr4-la June First, 1859. A IV O T II E It i LARGE INVOICE New and Elegant Designs JUST RKCKIVEKD AT N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.'S! RICHjDRESS8ILKSfnrl,00, worth 1,50. 400 YDS. do " for AO ots. per yards. 3000 YDS. BEST PACIFIC LAWNS, arewarranted fast colors, 12jcts. per jc'i Bereges, Tissues and Grenadines, In great variety. HOOP SKIRTS 1 HOOP SKIRTS! We are now offering the Eureka Skirt, Which Is the belt In uee, for $3,00. MISSES' SKIRTS, With beet Steel Springe, for SO tint.. A LETTER SKIRT FOR $1,25. Than ever before sold for the same price. Parasols, Parasols We art now offering onr extontive aimrtment of Far a la, at Manufacturers' pik'tvi. LACE MANTILLAS. In endless variety, and EHY CHKAP. Job Lots of Embroideries, Whloh can sell at cost of Importation. Many Other Goods, Bought In Job Lota, which will be sold VERY LOW. !. P. DOUGLASS & Co, S. E. Cor. Main St Market ate., pAVTOM, OHIO. Jel NEW CARPETS AND House Furnisriing Goods! Van Ausdal, Dixon & Co., NO Oil MAIN NTKEET, Are now reeeivlns; a lsra;e sssnrtment of the newesi styles of MEDALLION, VELVET, BRTJEBELB, AND INOHAIN CARP K T S ! Floor mnd Table Oil Co'As, Cocoa and 1 Dili i Muttingo, Huge, Door Matt, Ihraygtlt, CURTAIN DAMASKS, Laoe and Muslin Curtains. Marseilles, Quilts, Alendale and Dimity (guilts, Window Shade and Holland., Window Hhade Trimmings. Venetian Blinds, Gilt Cornicea, Stair Rode, Furniture Prlnta, Toweling, Napkin, Muslins, Bbeetlnge, Irish Linen a, Tablet Clothe, Piano and Stand Cover, Table) Damask. A LARGE HTOC'K OF Wall & Window PAPER. Iiordera, Teantera, Decoration Paper Hang ings, Ornamental Figures, Ac. J FOR 8AI.G rift A P. China Vases, o nauREs, do MOTTO CUPS, do BANQUET HOLDERS, do Mantle Ornaments, do Toys of all kinds and prices. Js HKCHLKR, RKMl.lY MAXTON. Gas Shades. CUT, Engraved and Plain Glass Shades, and Qiobee, veiy Laoiloaiei suitable fur Cburea.ee al Private Dwellings Just received. s HaXALMK, HaSiLfcX v MAXTON. is .rt. ' .. . " -,. - , J VOL, X. DAiTTUN It 1i1 OHIO, SATURDAY. '11 Hit WW JUNE ll, 1850, rtVfrrfr 4; JJ Jl3 NO. UWr- THE DAILY EMPIRE OFFICE OF PUBLICATION: Empire Building, Third st., South side bet., Main & Jefferson TERMS: Br arelllS.no per y.svlnsevsnee. 10 oout. pr wenk. p.y.bl. to tnaoarrler. Blttgle oopt... put up in wrappers, eoente. Cincinnati Agency. Th Cincinnati Typt Foundry Company is our duly authorised Agent to make contracts and recnlpt for Advertisements subscriptions, 4c, In thetelty. To BusiiriteeMes. The Empire Job Rooms ire in complete trim, and we are now prepared to do work of all descriptions in the beat style oftheart. Oali in and examine our work aud learn our prices. 1LT To Anvaarisaas. AdyertiaemenU or Notiresfor the Kmpire rnmt be handed into the office by trn o'clock on the day they are de sired tn be publiahed set Imtrr. We cannot agree to ineert them aflsrthnthour. Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who dosire to have advertisements inserted in the Weekly Empire should- hand them in by Saturday morning, at the latest nguOur advertising patrons will perceive that, by oar arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will be always new a very Important matter to them. See 4th page for Telegraph Reports. ID" Those who will cumin, the Empire will, we think, come to the conclusion that it is a ariespaper especielly when they compare it with us competitors. We will nof allow our- selves to be equalled in all the requirements of a local and general nswspsper in Dsyton. Price 10 cents per week, Stbeit Pbuobiko. Rev. Mr. Bail will preach st the Court House tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock. Notics. Rev. J. O. Brice will priacta at the Oongreicational Church on Babbath 13lh, at lOJi o'clock, and at 3 P. M. RiLiuious "Do any of the Dayton Univer- sslists ever attend a prayer meeting? Are they ever present, and do they participate in the daily prayer meelingsT Is there a prayer meet ing in thai church 7 Ac , ore. Mr. Burton will preach toMnorrow evening at the Universalist Church, St. Clair street, on Prayer. Services commence at 7 o'clock. Morning services at the usual hour, All are invited. Sabbath School exercises at 9 o'clock A.M. ITT The members of the Hook J- Ladder Company are requested to meet at their Hall on Monday evening next, at the usual hour. By order of the President. J. Wolliston, See'y. IT Col. Wood's exhibition at Huaton Hall the trained Doge and Monkeys -is without doubt the greatest "show" feature of the sea son. The Hall was crowded again last evon ing to its utmost capscity. Every body, old young, went away highly delighted with the performance. The exhibition from the first, has been entirely successful, and received the unqualified approbation of ourciti sens generally. It should be remembered that the performances will close this evening. There will be an afternoon performance for the juveniles, com mencing at 3 o'clock. In the evening it will be repeated for ail who wish to attend, and it will be well for all who expect to obtain a com forlable position to be on hsnd early. Col. Wood goes with the Troupe from here to Richmond, where he exhibits Monday and Tueadsy evenings of next week. From Rich, mood he goes to Indisnspolis, where the troupe will remain the balance of the week. Our Rich mond and Indianapolia cotemporaries can re commend the Troupe to their readers with com fldence. j MiAxmuaoa Itxhs. David H. Morrison, Esq. has placed a second spsn in position and I footmen now walk across on a plank. Those I tronblcd wilh vertigo, however, had better ! cross in the ferrv boat, nnar fc-pnt tiv vnuni. iDd inti'" ".n- '"i-" being en gngcu iii inn iiiumu uem, mining 11 more pron table than ferrying, Mr. Morrison expects 1 1 have the floor laid so bb to be able to open the bridge on the 4ih of July. The grape crop east of the river is slightly injured while the vines on the west side are not injured at all. We have never Been vines so full of grapea before and the prospect of a large yield is excellent The corn and wheat are sligh'ly, if at all injured in some places. but we have seldom before seen aa good pros peels for abundant crops of small grain aud corn. The 'Burg is steadily improving, and busi ness is gradually reviving. The tobacee plant are all jafe we believe, and thia great staple of M iemi township is like ly to increase yearly in bulk and value. lis culture employe a large number of industrious men. The farmers are all busy and with a fine prospect of receiving a rirh reward for their labora. I Tbawplastbd Men, animals, and vegetai blta are nearly alwaya improved by being trans planted from Europe to America aa well as from the east to the west. This is on great reason why the Republic of the United Stalea has outstripped the balance of the world io proaperity. The further west we go the more fsvorable the climate and soil appears to be lo the growth of vegetation. Hence on the shores of the Pacific, grapes and all kinds of fruit, potatoes and every variety of vegetables, grow witboLt much labor. , In California the vines are planted and pro. duce great crops without any cultivation. Po tatoss are of most prolific growth. Whest and barley are a sure crop , aod California ia now acknowledged to be the beet agricultural re gion in the world. The seeds of nearly all these products are of eourae taken from the east. Hut we merely intend here to Bay that Mr. Clegg, Upper Hydraulic, has recently re' ceived from Iielsnd a lot of potatoes thst be is disposing of fur seed, and wseirxot to soon fiud our potatoes much improved. He only sells a peck to each customer, and deserve credit for his enterprise in his attempt to im pray the growth of this invaluable table necessity. . AOBICIILTUSAL luFLSMKllTS. W BIB gratified to learn of tbeunui-ual prosperity of thoae enter prising gentlemen, MeaarrPril h Kunta, who are largely engaged io the manufacture of Agri cultural Implimente in this city. They have large force of first elasa mecbauies engaged in the manufacture of their reapers, mowers, etc and yet era unable to supply the demand for the mechiuee They expeet to put on a larger force, and will be enabled to fill orders prompt ly. Thia demand fur their work speaks well for their manufactures, and for the ingenuity, energy, ability, and enterprise of the proprietors. Wny Don't H Pboduob It f Some time ago the Oormantown Independent stated that a "loco foco" from that place went to Kentucky on business, and desiring te procure the friend ship and protection of the alave drivers, carried with him copies of the Empire. One of the pspera he produced, however, contained an abolition articlr(!) and word getting out, he was threatened to be lynched, end with difficulty escaped the indictioo of severe personal chas tisement t We pronounced the ststement a misrepresentation of farts; said that it was so given for the purpose of gratifying a very small atyle of malice; and said we were authorised to Bay ao. The dirty dog of the Independent, in reply lo ourcharge of his lying, said he could produce the affidavit of Wm. Qunckol, Eq , of that pl.ee, that the story he published wss related to him by a gentleman who accompa nied the Locofoco to Kentucky; and closed by saying that the sffsir was a question of versci ty between the author of the story aud our aelf. Now we don't care a copper about the matter; but we have a curiosity to know who ban lied I We have now awaited the publication of the Ounckel affidavit for two weeks. We call for ihe affidavit of W. O. if he certifies to the truth of the Hebrew's statement, it will place "Wash," or ourself, in a predicament I If h" don't, why it won't mske much difference; the Hebrew csn stand it. He is used to such tilings. A RvKiwsy Match. During a short stay ith our sterling old friends Prstt t Metcnlf, at the Spencer House, in Cincinnati, the prea entweek, we witnessed the happy onion in bonds of mBlrimony, of a loving pair under the following circumstances. The young lady is about 19 years, and is the daughter of Thus. Reed, Esq., of Wa-ihingtoo Co., Ky. Miss Susan (for that is her name) years ago met Mr. James Allsop, of Freduiicksburg, Va , when a mutual attachment fur each other "sprung up" which seems to have lasted with ardent feryor until the present time. The "old gentleman," however, objected to hia suit, and forbade Mr. Allaop any interview whatever with hia child, la the meantime a secret correspondence exia ted, aud it was arranged that on Tuesdny evening last at 8 o'clock, the faithful lovers should meet, and (as she was not at the "Kern lucky age of maturity") leave for Ohio. Aa be informed us, "she came to him" and on horae back they travelled eix milrs to the county seat and then took public conveyance, arriving io Cincinnati on tho following Wednesday oven ing. They very wisely stopped at the Spencer, and on Thursday evening at 7' o'clock, under the guardianship of Col. Metcalf, and "by the Rev. Dr. Scott," the two were made one, and are without a doubt now perfectly happy in the enjoyment of connubial bliss. It was only one of several just such wed dings that have come under our immediate ob servation whilst at the "Spencer," without a doubt the beat hotel in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Allsop received runaway con gratulations, etc., and left in "sunny smiles" for their future Virginia home, yesterday morn ing. IsayThe Firemen's Qaiette for this week ia upon our table. It is clean, bright and sptey. Urowoll has made a good pa per, and bo fully demonstrated hi ability to conduct a first class " ur gan." We are pleosod to learn that the proprietor intend enlarging the Oaiette on the first of next month, when it will appear with an illustrated head, (now being engray. ed by O. L. Croome, Esq , of this oily,) and will oontain the first chapter of an interest ing tale entitled "Lucy Uorton, or the Fire man's Bride." The Gazette is worthy the support of firemen arid the people generally, and we hope they will extend it heartily. Price $1,50, Club of 8, f 10 ; olubs of 20, to one address, 120, Send along the name and money. Address C. E. Crowell, Dayton, Ohio. ICTThePike Peek excitment is receiving new material to work upon. "Dispatches state that gold mines in that region, of great richnoss, have been discovered," If this be true, there arc already more people there than can work them to sdvantage, The announcement, if true, is cruel. We advise the people to atay away Don't go 1 Thi Cattli Ca.i. The examination of Dan iel Bodecker at London on Thursday resulted in his acquittal. Nothing could be produced to shew thsthe had any thing to do with pro curing the cattle. Moritx Bodecker's examina tion is postponed in order to have time to pro duce the man from whom he purchased the cattle. It is thought that be cauuot eacape arrest. lUPersout residing along the line of canal in the city, and those who frequently pass the bridge are under obligationa to Marshal Han ncu for interfering with those small boys and half grown men who mske practice of bath ing in the canal, before dark, aod making night hideous with obscene langusge. We hope he will entirely dry tbem up. Moonliuht Fl.u Nic We noticed Thursday evening a company of yoncg ladies and gentle men, consisting of six or eight couples, armed aod equipped wilh angling implements, en routo for the csaal on a catfish excursion We hope Ihey were successful. This moonlight fishing is very agreeable pastime especially when the company ia agreeable. UTThe Ohio Farmer, which has taken pains to get reliable information in rrgard to ths crops from every direction in the elate aays that the reports about the damaging eSectsof the frost ars greslly exaggerated. The wheat is little injured, aud only in chance localities; the corn, grapes, Ac, are not materially dam sgsd. US' We refer our readers, and gentlemen engaged in the Hook Trade, to the change of firm at the Hook Store, Clegg't Iluilding, 3d street It will be seen that the member of the old firm remain. Altogether it is one of the most popular constructed copartnerships ever put up in Dayton, a ISrK. O'Brien, 301, Second street, Dayton, has one of the most beautiful grocery and liquor stores in the cily, end it is well slocked wilh every thing the people want in thegro eery and liquor line. Those who need any wines, liquors, groceries or cigsra, can rely on O'Brien for the pure ihing itself. Old double rectified whisky for harvest, alwaya on hand aod nocbsslingin measurement. , Tiktw Axxval Fiia. The Secretary of the Ohio tital Board of Agriculture, J. H. Klip part, Esq., has sent ua the list of "Premiums and Regulations for the Tenth Annual Pair of the Board," which will be held iu Ztueevilla is September next, commencing on Tuesday ths 20th and ending on lbs 23d, We leans skat aompetUioa will be opea to other States. A PaaniCTioN. The Oincinnsli Press, a pa per which has a habit of apeaklng out, makes ths following prediction as to the next Presi dent," and the question which will enlist the publie mind in its favort Our opinion has been asked. "Who will b the next President?" We give It Stephen A. Douglas, or somebody alee. The candidate of that psrty which will go In for Cuba Cuba ist uuhs vd Uutia ail the time will be the rxt President of the Uoited Slates. Reader, mark onr prediction. The distinguishing ehsr acleristic of the American people is jree alt yea can.' The Cuba business is all right. That will be Ikt question; the nigger business willscaree ly be any impediment, when the current sets in. CT The Memphis Enquirer ie a notable pas per. The Hon, Jere Clemens, s have before slated, haa been for eon time past its chief editor. The Hon. Boloa Borland haa recently become joint editor of the Enquirer. Both Clemens and Borland were formerly active members of the Uoited Stsiss Senate. There not, we believe, another instance in this country, where two such promiuent men are at the bead of a nswspaper. The Koqnirer, hew. ever, ia aaid to be a ny paper, notwithstand ing the talent which peivsdes its aanetua The rumor thst Bonner tried lo engage thia pair of "grave and reverend Sen aura" is flatly contradicted by him. Coupliuknt Torni Prmident. Th Bab timore Republican says that on the morning of June 7th, at an early hoar, the Baltimore City Guards Battalion turned out in full ranks, and proceeded to the wharf of the Norfolk Steam-boat Company to receive the President. The Guard were aaoompanied by a full band of musio, and upon th arri val of the steamer Adelaide received the President with military honors, and gave him their escort to the Camden-street De pot on his return to th Capital. The ('res ident looked very well after bi pleasant ovation to tho r-outh. t)z8 If anything was necessary to prove. the popularity of the war in Franoe as well as the strength of Napoleon' government it may be found in the faot that Napoleon ho borrowed (100,000,000 from bis own sub jects, without asking any banker, native or foreign, for a penny. lie asked for $100, 000,000, butr00,000,000 were tendered him, and hi subject are disappointed that be did not take it. Lriicu Law im Bklhokt Co. On Friday night lust a party of Lyncher breke into a whisky shanty at Mount Liberty, Belmont eoqnty, in this rJtate, oooupled by Sarah Gati ton and her daughter, a girl about Ivor 17 year of age. The rioter oat the furniture, emptied the feather beds, spilled the whisky and then beat Mrs. Gatton'i son. Not sat isfied they then put the women on rail and carried them through the streets. c9' Kossuth ha been heard from; be bae made a speeoh to tha London publio, in which he attempted to show that Austria was of not much account to the British Gov eminent. lie ha some hops for Hungary; this is natural, for it is his native oountry, but we don't see how he will do muoh for hor in London. t& The cruolty of th Austrian rule In Italy ia very forcibly displayed in the follow. ing extraot of a letter from Oomo on the 15th of April: The son cf our townsman. Vol to, (one of the acientifio glories of Italy,) is a beggar in our Btreete, bis furniture at auction, his fath er' Voltaio apparatus under the hammer, and the municipality reduced by war con tributions, powerless to avert this disgrace. The Austrian authorities know nothing and care less about electricity or geniu. ITA large, trim built, while Durham cow, with small tapering home, has strsyed away from the subscriber, residing in this city. She haa been away for aeveral weeka, and ia aup posed to be somewhere in '.he neighborhood, prubably aoulh east of this city. Anyinforms- tion with regard to where aha ia will be well rewarded, by calling at the Clothing store of Ohamberlnio A Parker, Olegg's Building, 3d street. UTThe Cincinnati Commercial of thia morn lug aays: "1 he Ohio State Journal has figured out the next Ohio House of Represeotsiivea in thia way : Republicans 67, Democrats 35, It akes no doublful column. Hsmilton county is put down for 7 Republican Representatives. This is counting the chickens before the eggs sre laid." IT We call the attention of our patrone to the advertisement of the NerT House, at Yel low Springs, O. Mr. Nichols, the Proprietor, haa long Vn connected with the Phillips Uouss of tbiscity, snd is aufmit in lintel mature. ID" We Imveeelit outs turps of special re porters lo scour ihe country south of this for news Uems. We expect greet things from the trio who went lo Oerraanlown, wilh s large basket 1 (IZTIt was disagreeably culd ihis morning be fire sun.ip Between 6 and 7 o'clock, the air was braciugly cool, aod overcuatB aud shawls were in demand. I-TStrawtwrry season ia about over. Tha "last run" is now being distributed to those who are determined to have the berries a long aa they hsrs the shape and taste. ats-rThe Local of the Osteite is "on th wiog." Ue give evideno of wearied pinions. SfcT-Kew Book at Willard A Wheeton't See tboir attractive announcement, and make choice of books. , TOo to Brandenbargs this evening f r lot of fruit, and other luxuriee for to morrow's enjoyment. He haa every thing contestable in the line of "goodies." IT See notice of Herb Diapenary in another column. HsTi nNiNU raost Pica's Pbai. David S. Pohaefl'er returned to Uermantown, on lues, day lust, havicg seen enough of Pike'e Peak before be got there. W warned the people that Pike'e Peak woe a humbug, but they did not believe ue. Davy says, ws under stand, that the rest of the Qermantowsi par ty went eixty mile beyond Fort Laramie, but ar now on their war back. The Uer mantown party did not suffer for want of food but there were eery many who did Ths roads were filled with returning Pike' Peakars, and great Inligoation prevail egsinel lb border towns, wbiob ga, rise to the fold BXoueuMBt. iv--u(. NEWS ITEMS. Philadelphia has just hsd 9,470 dramshop legalised, Th Marshal of La Sails killed 150 dogs in that place during the last week. The comet now epproaching the aun will be visible, if at all, In less then two weeks. A Woman of disreputable character was tsrred aod feathered a few day since, at Keo kuk, Iowa, At Norwich, Oonn., on Friday, the light ning struck an umbrella carried by Michael Cochran, demolishing it completely, without injuring him in the least, The Newark Advertiser esye ths first Tem perance Society in this oountry was established io 181 IS, at Allentown, V.J. It was ealleJ the "Sober Society," and was composed of 58 mem ber. Aeeoante from Aiftrmnl parte of Canada state thst the wheat Is uninjured, aod it is thought that the effect of the frost may be the destruction of ths fly, which Was beginning to appear in Some aecttona. The Grown Point Register aays thst ths Sheriff of Lake county, Iudiana, haa abscond ed, probsbly leaving to his bsil a snug lagscy of from 15,000 to $10 ,000. The two negroes, Moore and Over, who re eently murdered a mail carrier in Bradford, 0. W., were hung Friday morning. A full con fession of their guilt was made previous (o their execution. Th romantic Riviere, of Blount notoriety, is hsppily whiling away the summur season iu company wilh the wife of a Boston broker, and a fair maiden who acta aa her companion, at Swart a hotel, Aiken Village, 8 0. The rove nue of the French Government from the tobacco monopoly for the preaent year is estimated to reach $36,6U0,0U0. In Russia, the revenue derived from duties on tobacco ex ceeds 36,0U0,OOO. In Austria it amounts to $14,000,000, One of the miseries of human life the being beaten in argument, and afterwards thinking of some happy retort, or very appropriate juke, which would have ainsshed your adversary to smithereens, Private advices from London stste that while the involvement of England in the war was re gsrded as not immediately probable, such a eontiugency was generally apprehended as likely to take place ultimately. The Auaburg Gazelle calls on lbs German ladiea to give up purchasing any French arti. cles of millinery. "We must not," it says, "let Oerman money pass from our pockelB into those of the French and enable them to make war on us." Advieee from Havana staus that there was a hail storm at Villa Clara on the 19th ult. The hail stones ars represented to hsrs been very large. The alorm extended a distance of three quarters of a mile, killed many animals and injured the tobacco Holds In ihe vicinity very considerably. Mra. Fleming, Ihe actress, died at Savannah Ua., on the 3d inat. She was the daughter of Mr, Chippendale, formerly of the Park theater, in New York city, and the wife of William M. Fleming, recently one of the proprietora of the National Theater, Boston, and manager of aev eral other theaters in the United Stales. Some Cuban residents of New York have in view the erection of a publie monument to the memory of the fifty one Americana Crittenden and hia brave companiona including their Cuban comrades, who wsre massasred by Qeo Coocba, of lair an attempt at liberating Cuba in IB51. Corn ie becoming quits cheap at Tsxss, if ths following from ths Austin Gaisite be cor reel: While our fsrmera are getting sixty cents per bushel in Austin for Corn, a contract was lately mad at Oouaales, at twenty, five centa per boehrl, snd still later another contract for a thousand bushels has been made at tweuty centa per bushel I The remains of ihe 1st Alessndrr Hsmilton, buried thirty seven years ago, ia the New Ha ven Cemetery , were a day or two sines exhumed for the purpose of being removed toBridgeport, (where his eon's remains hsvs within a tew yesrs been drpoaited.) The coffiu being of mahogany, was found to be almost perfectly eouod, and the skeleton appeared perfect. The Prussian Courtiers are scandalised by lha discovery of how little importsnce Hum- bold t attached to personal distinctions After hia death, lha great number of decorations which he bad received from the eoveisigoa of all countries, were found lying pell mail iu a cupboard. He did not lake half the peine lo preserve them that he bestowed upon ths wiug of a butterfly or a piece of o'.d red sandstone. New Publications. Tax Labiis' Haxo Book or FAcr axd Obxamiktal Wobx. Comprising direclioLS snd patterns for working In Applique, Besd-work Brsding, Csuvsss work, Knitting, Netting, Lat- tin. Worsted-work, Quilting, Patch, work, Ac Ac. Illustrated wilh 902 new Eogrsvings Compiled from the best authorities, by Miss Florence Hartley. Published by O. O. Evans, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. '59. This is the most complete and thorough work of thia kind. By wriueg in aeiesple, straight- forward style, aud rejecting all irrelevant topico. ths euthor has been cnsbled to embody in this volume ao immense amount of useful and valu able information, and by far the moat extenaive collection of elegant pallerna that baa ever been brought together ia one book. These patterns ar engraved by the beet artist aud printed on excellent paper and beautiful style. Of coarse such a volume is njt with the ladies, who csn appreciate tasteful pstteros for edorning their persona and their dwellings. They know the value of "Hartley'a Ladiea' Hand Book," aud are ordering it with a perfect ruah. It ie indiapenaable book for all who would be per fect in ornamental work. Besides the subjects named oa Ihe title-page we observe that the volume embrace descrip tions aod engravioga of all the varioue kinds of stitches and deeeriptioae, with illustrated patterns, and a maltitade of other mattsra io cidental to the eubjecU The number of naeful patterns for working In this book ie greater than can be obtained In any other way, by pay ing tea time the pries ssked for "Hartley's Ladies' Hand-Book." This valuable book for the Ladiea will be seat by mail, for Ike lo price of one dollar. Evans will mail copy and bandsom present lo all persons remitting see dollar for the book and twenty-one cents fur postage. A new Classified Catalogue of Books sad Oifla, with ioduoeoeeols to Agents, will be free, on application. Address U. O. Evan, 439 Chselaut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Brass Towaob UsAVna I as, Ksuou is CvWKoi Ll. Wrillss by T. 9. Aetava, lb welltknnwn author, of whom il lias been truly said, " That dying, kt hat not ttrr'ulrn e word it vnuld tri, fo r." His graphic pen never tires, and in this new volume we perceive that he is still successfully laboring lo benefit while he pleases, snd while be enchains erith master hsnd the attention of men, to roakethem better. This is more drcldodly religious than his othsr works, though it is not doctrinal nor sectnrisn It is a work well calculated In do good, and ia designed to show thst the beauties and endear- raenta of Christianity are to he developed amid the eastern resliiios of every day life, "snd not to be put aside at ths tranquil does of Ssbbsth evening." Published by 0. O. Evsns, 4H3 Chestnut St., Phllsd.lihis. Price 11,00. Evans will mail a copy and a handsome present to any person remitting one dollar for Ihe book, and twenty cents for postage, A new Classified Catalogue cf Books and Gifts, wilh Inducements to Agents, will be sent free nn application. Address 0. O, Evan', Publisher, 43!) Chestnut St , Philadelphia, Pa. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. fpiIE Certifier lo tlia ".'armor' Mutual Flr Inturftnoe Comonnvof MontoirT no.. Ohio," wilt mtwt rtt th otrk-e of ou. W. Kouk, Km., In tha oltv of Ivton. nn Stturtlnr. thr inth day of Jun, int., st H o'oltxik, P. M., lor Hit? (m rv of organ 'lug istd Compaur au4 euttuf a buartlnf ninv uirreiorn ur ine nine, unuer iue jtioriii.nhi of th la of their Inaorporatiun. 1'uiiQtua. attend aue of avtry mtmbor u rcquntft). Jacob T. .vughMey, HOBT. W. HTKKLK. jftll-4td . OhO. W. HUCM.. NEFF HOUSE. YELLOW SPJilNOS, - - OHIO. THIS well known and justly cotcbrated Hott will be open for rliitora on the 20th of June. Tha Travel i or Public, in want of aeoratort- able aa well a well aa beauUlul home lor Ut ium- nicr. nn hetter intlucrmeiiii can be ollcretl. Time )tibrata(i in on Nprinfra are aa ramitlar to the re-al-ilenta of Ohio aa Hou.c.iolU Wortla, and my Unite experlt-nra In the bualnt-aa wannuta me In matnti; that it win be one of the met v erliig I'ltcri in the country. The table will he BU)plleil at all tlmea with tha ilellciuui ai well aa the ai.iiatantialaof the traton. Any com imiii lent loo relntlve Iu rooiua. or term a, (which will Im- in aroonlanre with thr time-,) will be promptly a.tteutlt-4 to by add rraal na: el . Ji. INIUriUI.. jell-IOJ No IT Monte, Yellu Kprlnga. BOOKS Thelhllowlnlng Hat of NEW BOOKS, Juat ree'd. By WILLAItlr A sV HUATON. The Tire Trumpet ; or, Head and Tail lor the W ise and W uirish. The Coopers; or, (letting I'nder Way. The ltertrame a novel by Anllion? Trol i lopn. Pascal' Works the Provincial Letters. History of Charles the 12lh; by M. Do Vol taire. Triumph of Paul Morpliy; by himself, rihakspeare's Legal Acquirements Consider ed. The Boy's Book of Travels and Adventure. The Art of Extempore Speiking. The Hi bio in the Levant; by l'rimo. Truth is Everything. I o Cuba and Hack a Vacation Voyage The Romance and it IIe.ro. The Chronicle of the Hastiia, illustrated ) Mosaics; by th author of rlallad for the Solitary. If VrW Pasters: WE AKK .SELLIaNO AT RFUUCED TRICES! ' Jell No. S2$Thlid atreet, near Main. IH. JOIlAMVN HERB DISPENSARY. OFFICE 05 MAIN ST., (Second door. Up Stain,) Buffalo, N. Y. THE CKLKllKATKU DR. JOHNSON, Botanlo Phyflclaii. tteata aucceaafullv the fol lowing Utaeaaea : (JuRauuiptiun. Dyapepaio, AalhuiH, Nervuue Debility, lfrunuhiiia, lleudactie uu'd ia 10 m Lung (V C est Diaeaaoa Sorululu, Diaeutfttut' tbe IleurtSnlt Kheum, Kidney Affcotiona, ttlieurua-tium, Liver CoupUioU, Fever aud Atrue. l-'einiile WenkneM, l'lujpk'a, Dmeaaea of tbo bar and le, Ao , Aa I All wboaraauBertn from the abova nametl dla-! aaaea, or any other complicated d acaau ol year : t audi off, are Informed that tbey can have turn arti- eu uy wau or expreaa lor me aoiaii aun. hi ui i neat package ol Medicine, Willi all tieceaary dt-j reotioua aui medlual advice. ratlf utt ihuuld applj i without delay, aa they can obtain Inataut relief 1 from tha Jjoctor'a remeuiee. Ue. Juhnaou'a Medlciue coualata of extract from choloeat tuedlclnal I'ori-lKn anu native Houli and II strut, manufactured uudwr hia own upt?rriaton,al hia sJiapafiaary, aud tlittifiura avoiding tha uee ol Mercury and other mlueial toUiii. that urre u v- er deal fined lor the aiatvoi, to which many ihnua anda have fallen vlctnna aad gone to early gravea. LU I iuc run, inr. bu.'in.ftAli'rt-lir. John ;.'B remarkab e LOTION tor heautUUna and im- provtne; the completion, removiug almost lnatftn toueouaiy lan, t recklra, Pituplca, ., will tx trut to an j prt of the country lor gi oo aud wue pot- im. jun.iwin, uraweraoa, OfllReW. Maiuatrcet, UulUU, N. V. F. B. Female Tilla l uuabox. jeli-tiXwly DISSOLUTION. TH K firm of E. A. A T. T. More ia tint day dlaaolved by mutual connent, and will exut omy for liquidation, kliltcr member of theflim latuliy anthoriateu io receive mouu-a, aiu aifcu the name ol the nrin. r.. a. .mouk, Juu 10, 1649. T. T. MOKK. NEWriRM. TH f. undersiftned hav this day purobaaed tha a lock of Paper, (itatlonerv, Ac . of ' a. a T- T. Mnrfl and will do h iinra at the old 'pJ of the late firm, tn the name and atyle of More. Ix.ury t Co. Me ahall ooutinue to mauulacture all klnda of B I rink iktoata, and do blbdliiK in all bramUva. Our aloe If or r a pent and !Matitmt?ry ! t, t(,n. p eta and our pricea will I aa low aa am reajouai ble nouae weal ol the uouiitaina. We Invite a,eclai attention to our atork. K. A. MOHK, HKLDIMJ LOTHY, J. S. TKKAUVV AY. JeW ' T. T. MllKK. Journal aad Gazette eopjj Sewing Machines. Never before eli'ered at llelull. A Hewing lUucltine lor Hud Hu tu Hie rearh of nil. A Fruollrisl t'uiuily tieuiui Ma rti! ue lor tilx dollars. Barlletl's I'slral Novelty Srw lug machine. It has been provesl mid liiiroved dssrisiK ! pisst 11 Mouth) .Tlannfurturinu: facilities lui ssesisely Increuoed ADDRESS OmCEB. J. W. BaaviXT-r, Patentee, t-JI Rroxlw.y N. York J. W. ttuir, las 1'ar.luut st. till. K. 1C. lluaume. Agent, 4. bimh It. t'iuclnii.11 H. Hi Mill, " S Norm sltist St. Louis. Geo. r. UMam, " II t ooUhriuse el. Detroit Arsnetee are being established la every County tbrouHhout Ihe L'nttMt stale. Applleaats lor u.ncle. will audre. elthel o( the above cnVes. wbten aie irerd to ail ecirTax All oriWje lor MAomaes. wntxsMi, or rei.n. msiI lor.cir.iir, wlili ouuotliUe,esAss i,lM,J.n,k All letter., la ensure attsnilon, saiist eontolne- suvs poeiesie. . nsw PIIUC-BYBD POT A TO AS, ' JD.t; UST rsoeiveJ at ' ,yst w. H. pKAHUcnai aw A to, . Notice) to the ratvllc In cnrai, and to Ihe Corusiis(nea-a r Montgomery Co. la particular I AnriTU enni. - G iiii.ib a kunntio, now conlinaa In Ih. U.., . . . . . ... . . ? ""'mm oa t.n,l,, the Vth Inst , . I IS li'i. .1 .". ""Peranthnrltlee have htm n-novml f,Vml Vlt 0,e thin, are euarbie, an4 some otherwise. i"0 JTOH" MILL, ihertsT. GREAT , r v mil siioir! DAYTON, O., COMMEXfjlXO " Tuesday, Srpte mber 13lh, 18511. AT meelinn of a number of the Citiiens fa. or nsyton, at ths Phillips House, osthenh last., the BON L. D. CAMPBELL, Or Mamiltok, was AreoisTcn ParsiDEirr, aid WILLIAM O. DAVI8, Of DAfton, Vice Preeldent, ef the National Hon , vuraniiifs win nere- after he announced. J0 . MILTON SMITH. HERE HE COMES AGAINI - TIIK Kuhseriber wishes to infirrm the oiti sens o( Hsvton and vl?lnltv , h.l h. hmm 1...I. reeelveil a new stuck or Kreeeh Win. and Brandt, ooiislstlnx In part of Port, Madeira, t-leiet, Whlie, which can be used for church and medicinal nurpo es, and summer drinks. He a eo always keeiie on hand .good assortment of Grueerlts Live htm a 011 - He alao wlshea fo make more lmin.wMi. :n Xenla Avenue wlahea to Mil hi. Lrirk hoiM now occunled hy hna. Klheras iWholiisKt He tall Family t,rocrrv, No, iss saal 1 bird etnet. Dev. Ion, Ohio. Inquire er Mr. fl. Tiaher, or of the eubeerlber, ear ner ol enls Avenue and High St., Uatoa. j - r. . viijt. Stop and Think. We are prepared to rumlah -i lluildina JLumber of aU alridt on the ahertesat notioe and aa abaap aa -"-sy a, aa v ui IftUIl IB 1.1 U JUIAMI fJITV. ' ' KINfJ, BRO. CO. Vt'A ailsi.. aVs.-K lrn a. . . - . . iu,rWrviui ia DMi leAno lathe county, a ml lei (mm Dayton, wMt, which wa will ne ll in paroele to ault purchaeera, froail aarta opto KIN;( BRO. k CO. (nrth) WsK Ver, low. U "" from l)atont and in the beat MlahborhsMcl for him - " , ' ' "" easass l"'J"i'' '"ttrnn, ror aala Juuoa-dntsiwam. ' Lateirt Publications.! . ' aiu. uni j. .. iiki JIOOKS. BOOKS! JU'BT HECD. AT P A YN K S ' Fruit, Flowers and FarmiDa;, Vlewa AExperlencs of HelltioueSubl' Memoir of Chief Jn!lc Parsons Ponular Oeirilri.v u i , -r----- ' PJ ' aua-a n ti er. To Cuba and Back. LAUUK LOT OF CUKAP niEj Wall tV Window J'acrs, Cheap. At J'AY.NBS, No. GO, Main at. ANOTHER ARRIVAL SOTHOJS (tt Debits 8 , IN LINEN, DUCK AND DRILLS; MA RSEILLE3, NANKENET, &c. .it FINliE & LGaLCB's, i'O No. SKI Seooad Street, Dayton. Fly Traps. A SKW invention of tho aboye article for eftle at Je HKCKLKR, RKWI.FY MAXTON'S. Table Mats. JUST reeeived Shaker, rea Grass, Chlnts and Oil Cloth. At Jen HUC-HI-KB, KrMI.EY MAXTOR'S. W ATE 11 COOLERS A good article, at reduceil nrlres. for s.l. .1 JeS Htt'KLhH, HK.Ur 4 MAXTON'. UMKK ( t)VEIW-Ovttl and round (all alzea) juat received at js-a 1 1 a-.v. n a., rv, lin.uLtl I iVAAIUn'B. KAIliEli UL'STEIW A gtxid artiols, WAITERS AXD TEA TKAYS-Just received Another lot new st Im .ft JeS HKL'kLKU, KK.MLk.1 k MAXTON'S. ,, GLASS WARE, in all shapes, grades and nrlcea, just received. jtS Hr.t kt.KK, RKMLKT A MAXTON. W. S. ROBINSON'S CASH DRUG STORE! At tha old atand of Hubbard & Robinson. 129 Main Street, Beiwaao Third and FoufiH. WHOLESAIEAO RETAIL. rpH AKKUL for the hhaml patrrmaa; whleb haa 1- heett eaUotWsl loth lal Una "f Hubbard Ilohhiaon, l iheeltliens of Dayton and vicinity, , ur the two year which aaitl Arm haa.ttran tn aalit rnca, 1 wouitl Juat that 1 am iteraaaaeatl) loea tfl liere. anl eet hy rtlr antl upriffhl stealing to thare with my hrethren in the above buaiReat a lltTal port in u ol the u ille patroaaffe My atixk la now very routtet, ha ing Juat baaa rrjileiilsthf J, (lo antU ipatl 11 of an Inareaa! trau thia aeaattn) irtro oiBa of tha very beat aouawe la New ork antl other eliiea, among which mn bm fiiuntl pure Brazil lea. Wlnea, Hum, Hm nA W K la st) , tor inetilolnaJ, utechsuaitral auti aacraaantai pus lioaea. Te fh IrHdIf, I woultl aay. that I have well atudled to pi ease your taetue aoI aha II Uwaya keep, Ur your aauee.ai awtH ttt, a full aaatsttuisuit ul p auay Toilet Gooda, uca aa Luhin, (tlcnn'e Jutef llauel. Harrtaon, bailn'a, aod W rihfa Kx.tr act, fur tha hauUkmnlef Meea -V ua, Fear! roa, aa ar beaut if lug tha com plealout Oleuu'aeelehrated Toi.ct Hatera. Kay Hum. and Aromatie Vlneaar. r'reckte wu-h for removing Ireekiea aud tan. Kxtra Hair Oil, Ponade, and ail the moat (Hipuiar Ualr Heatoratlvaa and hair LyeH . Cu uit.a, hair, cU ih antl ahavlug Bruahea, white-w-uh, paiot, a' rub, duating, window aod earyret Uruahesj. White Leard.OU, and colored palnta preparea ra dy for uae. Coyat, coach, furnltura, da mar, Japan and iron Varutah. Olivaoll, pure for table, aperai. Aab, Mrachrd V. hair, Machiue Iard,uil Nvatalotrt Oils. W bate oil Hwap, a new aitiela la thia mar, for the destruction of all kinda vl laaacta lit at Uelaat flowers, vinea or fruit treea. Huluian'a celebrated Health Restorative, for ta . wonili-rtul Ptfivt of which I would reler to the Rev, M. P. UaUdu, and Mi. Mo Idea, groear, oa Martvaa at re-1, Hurnlna Fluid ol extra anility, suitable far burm Ing in the patent a.aa law pa, or others. All Uie Fa toot Mrdlclnca now La use, aad all that nia coins? herealter. 1 am sole acent tn thia city and county for Bnr bavv a Ho laud bitura, which I will eeli to eteaissra at mauuiactrrer'a pritea. by tha doten. Country aierihanta aupplleti with any thing la mi Hue as low aa aa? Iiuuaa west of tho aiOualalaa. Krutt jra oaveri atyie aad yuaiiti ia uea. kaalf log waa and corn for fruit jara and bott'sa. Hor-s UiwUtsuaca p4p'd, hi aa, aiapaflaaaaa horMnvao. ' i. HirU ae.biruwMgsiafaad ali bbellitva Isturaa baw , loiufiiif to tlvem, Canary aad other blrda bought anfl ikM. Kine lobaovo aiidclcara, together wilh a full etoek of eatow eaee gooda, and a tnouaand other articles ' too tiumerpue to meutioa, all of which I aaall Uka pleasure In ahowlna ton atatiy frleruia and tha publsv generally, faeliga aaamwd thalaiy gooda an4 -pricea w Ul coiupara tavoreblj with auy utsWr hvuaa In thta city. Juia4 , - W. t. QINIK)N. GODKY'ti UJ Book, Sot Uaf, Joa4 rtv. aotva4eV . 1 . ff aV iMSVJa.