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THE DAILY EMPIRE. I
Local and Miscellaneous.
MilisrribrM to tlie J'tllf irtr, when the pa
nir nre dHiveved In the cltjr lir the rarrleit,
iniiH psy to thc.ii nt the rnte of firmly entti prT
To the Patrons of the Daily and
5tr.ll. If. i:nllnnii nni Sold nil hl
In wrest In tlin liookn ni nenoiint of the
I)nily mid Wookly Wfftem Empire, to John
C. Etiylish; nil )Bi t!f liiilohtod (o thn Em
)ire nre lir-robr nolifipil tlint payment of
Hit1 snme roust bn mmln ImmiHllntely. Mr.
1. Slir-wnnl. In wVinap lmnils the Imoks have
been left for polh-fltlon, nmy bo found nt
Vn. 110 Main street. Pnyrnn. from A. M. to
"i l. M. eneh dny, during the month of July.
Immediate, payment of nil nrcontits to
this date is reo, nested, as the business must
Mo.NTOoMt-nY C'oitsty MF.ntrA!. SocirrT.
The quarterly meetlnff will be held In
the pirlor of the Phillip House, Tliurmlny,
11th Inst., nt 10 o'clock A. M.
HENRY K. STEELE, Sec'y.
Ftm:. The nlarm f fire this morning
wns ennst'd by the burnlnjr of the roof nt
Mr. Ocr'lnn's. eorner of Main nnd Fourth
streets. It eunjrht from the stove pipe. The
damnire was slight.
Kxct iiSiON. The Young Men's H. tl.
Association, we understand. intend jrettinjr
up nn Excursion, next, month, to Xlnifrn
Falls. Tickets will be pood for fifteen
days; so thnt the Excursionists will lmve
plenty of time to see nil the sights nt the
Falls, nnd tisit nny other places of interest.
Cr.ors. The wheat In this Valley is be
ing rapidly harvested, nnd promises wh'ti
fcv exceptions, the best yield we have bad
lor many years. Corn, though a little
backward, is generally of good color nnd
growinft rapidly. Potatoes look unusually
well, with a large breadth planted. Other
crops promise n full average yield.
From Illinois. The wheat crops of
Southern Illinois. Is snid to be very linn ;
berry, very largo nnd plump, nnd the crop
unusually heavy. Corn Is backward, and in
some Instances only a few Inches above the
ground. Fruit of nil kinds Is abundant.
Common- Pi.kau Ooi i:r. The trial of Pe
ter Xelson. on charge of assaulting with
Intent to kill Lnrretia Graves, was com
menced this morning In the Common Pleas
Court of thin Comity. It will be remem
bered that Peter is the young man of color,
who being desperately in love, with T.ucre
t ia, who did not return his ardent affection,
attempted to settle the matter and prevent
her marrying any one else by tnking her
life. The ene dues not attract much lit
tendon, as I.tu'retia has recovered and
seems as well as ever.
The Japanese Troupe made their first np
ponrance last night beforo a large and
fashionable audience In Turner's Opera
House. The novelty of the entertainment,
nnd the skillful and. amusing feats of dnr
ing nnd necromancy, delighted the audi
ence; all went homo well satisfied with the
performance. The wonderful and extraor
dinary skill of little " All Right" excited
thn admiration of nil nnd Is alone worth
the price of admission.
We predict a crowded house to-night
and have no hesitation In advising all onr
readers t go, with the assurance thnt they
will be agreeably entertained.
A correspnndentnf the Country Gentle
man writing from Franklin. Term- under
date of Juno 21, says ; "Our wheat crop Is
being harvested, and will turn out better
generally than was nt first expected two
weeks ngo. Corn is backward, but looking
well. Cotton Is just squnrinp. it Is nearly
a month behind. Many cotton planters in
tills section declare they will not plant an
other seed, for within our present labor
system, it will not pay."
KixTox IIowen Helper, who created
such a stir a few years ngo with his Im
pending Crisis," which our renders may
remember the Republican members of
Congress raised a fund to circulate, has
written another work in which he predicts
the extermination of the colored race; calls
the present Congress a "Black Congress,"
nnd advocntes a "White Man'a Govern
ment." Politicians of this stripe some
times perforin wonderful feats in "ground
and lofty tumbling."
Upon complaint made by 1). Klekum
and others to Mayor Keniiey,, policeman
Hatfield tills morning arrested Cnp-t. Hen
ry Dorubnsh, Street Commissioner, charged
with depositing nuisances nnd noisome
substances in front of houses nnd on the
public streets. Similar complaints bad
been made three or four times and! the
Commissioner had been notified that a re
petition of the offense would subject hl.m to
a fine. Mayor Kenney could no longer
refuse to inflict a penalty. The lino nnd
costs amounted to $10 20.
Michael Carbriry was aneslsd for ltrlng
drunk and asleep on the sidewalk. This
being ills first offence, lie was lot olT with
John Smith and I' red Ituck weiearmuted
for drunkenness and lighting. The par
tics failing to appear and there being no
evidence in the ruse. It was dismissed. We
understand that John and Fred claim to
have been only in fun.
Harney Raferty was found drunk and
lying in a freight ear. Harney is a late ar
rival from Canada, and had been In the
country harvesting. In' going to another
place to work lie firf asleep In the car. He
was taken to the Station House by tlio offi
cer, Fiipiosliig that he was going to a res
taurant to get something to eat. An lie
seemed nn honest fellow, III money, 91 20
wiu returned to him by the Mayor, and lie
was discharged, ,
A. Dicks was found drunk and lying on
the sidewalk and being brought before
lie Mayor w fined $8 "0. ,
As Yankee Robinson's show was passing
Lebanon. Illinois, on Saturday, a gn at ex
citement prevailed aiming the Inliutj'.'ants
ol that village. It wns tntcd that a man
had cut the throut of uiioilier. und a mob
collected and seized the offender, and tied
him to a tree to await, the result of the
wounded man. The authorities, however,
interfered, secured the man. and locked
him up in Jail.
IS'RP? Poiicfl lUuRttTHiNA. Asour new
police regulation do not Allow as much
space fur the exhibition of good as here
tofore, It Is Important that thoc wanting
to purchase Clothing should take special
care to Hud the right jdsee. The sign of
the 'Golden Eagle." No. 118 Main street, Is
always In slht, to direct the purchaser to
1 1 m best and cheapest Clothing House In
tin city. Don't be stopped on the way,
lint go right to the place. JuneS
tW "Blessed be the man who first In
vented sleep." quoth Sancho Panza. S'.eep
has niton been "murdered," not In Mac
beth's rase alone, but in many modern in
stances, by Indigestion, Nervous Dlsorr
ricrs. Headache and a host of other com
plnlnts. For all such there Is a remedy,
and the sufferers may now exclaim, "Bless
ed be the man who Invented the PLANT
ATION' BITTERS!" This delicious Cor
dial and line Tonic Is now hailed by mil
lions ns the great Health-Giver and Re
storer. Resolve to buy a bottle, and don't
"sleep on it." "Be wise In time."
Magnolia Water. A delightful toilet
article superior to cologne and at half the
price. . Junc271807-dTuThS-w2w43
Hot. Ahead again, and the prettiest In
the city, those linen, Marseilles and sen
sucker suits, Just the thing for this hot
w eather, can be had at the Kngle Clothing
Store, 118 Main street. JuneSfl
Maonikickkt Suits ron Children. The
youths' and childrens' suits at the Eagle
Clothing Store are the most splendid ever
offered in Dayton magnificent Is the word.
If you would hnve your little ones beauti
fully arrayed, go to this popular house, and
nowhere else. JuncO
tGct double the worth of your money
in Boots and Shoes, by going to
JuncG 110 Main St.
Monthly Stock Sale By E. W. M'Gow
en Son, on Tuesday morning, July 9,
18C7, at 10 o'clock. Ail kinds of stock
wanted.. . . ; July 0, 19G7-12t ,
Family Pony. $100 will buy a nice
fa.nily Pony n black, strong, gentle and
wei; galled now In McGowau's stable.
Fifth street. Call on Lanodon & Hiiothkr,
73, Slain street. July 6, '7-dCt
Il l'.Cll.lHTS AND HEKBIOKIIATOnS. Sclioo-
ley's patent Is the only Refrigerator that
will ventilate Itself, and thereby always
contain fresh and pure air, and preserve
meats, butter-OiMk, itc.Ac., &c. Also, su-
ucrior water coolers. For sale at Lang-
don's Hardware Sto.'e. at Cincinnati prices.
Cull and get circular. June 2U, '07-dlw
C?T Call nt Goodman's, 310 Main St., for
Flue Oaiters, nt low rates. June6
tS Overalls, with aprons and suspend
ers attached, can be had at the Eagle Cloth
ing Store, 118 Main street. Junc20
Pllase Takk Notice. I will open on
Saturday, June 8. a splendid stock of well
made Men's Fine Calf Boots, Ladies' Fine
Lasting Gaiters and Balmorals, an elegant
assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Child
ren's Morocco nnd Kid Shoes, at extremely
low fiiices. All the goods are warranted
to give satisfaction. Call soon, and get
bargains. Remember the place.
JuneC 110 Main St.
Complktk Soccrss. Since his first ar
rival In Dayton. Schwari! of the Eagle
Clothing Store, has labored faithfully to
secure the patronage and confidence of his
numerous customers, and he has achieved a
complete success. This is the popular r
dict. His immense stock, the excellent
quality and the great variety ol the goods,
and the exceedingly low scale of prices.
have given this house a reputation at home
and abroad, of which the enterprising
proprietor may wen oe prouu.
June 20, 18U7.
House Wanted. A house containing six
or seven rooms, and the necessary out
houses attached. Is wanted by a family.
One in the eastern part of the city prefer
red. Leave word at tills office. tf
THE Partnership heretofore existing under the
arm of Furuediiig A Alause, In the milling but.
Inest, wat dissolved uy mutual consent ou Jill v 1.
1&-i7, The bu-luossot the late Arm will he settled
by Henry xerueding. at the oflloe of II r'ernediug
& Sou, NO. S Kentou St. 11. KKKNtlllNU,
OBU. ilAl MK
Dayton, July th, 180T. Jj 8-dJt.
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Sore Throat,
EQUIltES LMMKDIATI ATTEN
TION, AND SHOULD BECnKCIlD.
IP ALLOWED TO CONTIND1,
IrrittttloM f ska I,sBtxs,a
18 OrTIM THE RESULT.
Having s (Urootlnlluence to the partt,
GIVE IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
for Bronchitis, Asthrra, ( atarrh, Com
sumpUve nd Throat Diseases,
Trochutaro ued if ith always gootl tuccott.
6INGEIU AND rOU'LIC 8PKAKEU3
will And Trot li i4 useful in clearing the voice when
tnken beforo iinging or Speaking, and relieving
the throat r.rteran unusual exertion of the vocal
organi. The Trotlut art) recommended and pre
tunbod by Physicians, and have had testimonials
from eminent men throughoettheoeuntry. Iieiag
an article of true merit, and having provtd their
eiUcacy by test of mau y years, each year finds
them in now localities In varlout parts ef the
world, and the 7Yockt are universally prononnced
better than other articles.
Obtain only "BttOWN'S BRONCHIAL TRO
CHES," and do not take any of the Wnld4M ImU
tationt that mar be ofrered.
snid every-where In the United States, and For
eluii Countries, at S6 centa per box. noWklwtu
Throw wy your falM frlntt.your wltchei.yoor
PrfttruciW of com fort and not worth tg ;
Cuiu it)ic'l, room yuutniul, come uxiy ttnu fair.
Amt rejuuu in your owu luxuriant hlr.
For restoring hatr npon bld beads (rrom what
ever i'uiuh It may t'avo (lltn out) anil turrlng a
Kniwth of hair niton the race. It ha no equal. Jt
v. Ul irci thi heurU to untw 11,100 the amnotlirtt
fare In trom Ave lo t$h weks, or half upea bahl
liuatls In from two to three uviuttii. A few Igno
rant practitioner! hnYf atrti that there it nuth
iiiLf tlirit Hill force or hasten the Kwth of the half
or ht. ri. 'I hsfir iiMfrtiuni are lalne, ai thuutaudi
f iiviOK mltiMftie- (fron their owi erituc)
ean HtNtr wftne. Hut many will flay, how are we
t(1itinfruih the cen iue from the .punouf ll
oertttlnly la ittrttruU, us nlnr-tenthf 01 the differ
ent itrep-irniionit adrt-rUaeti ftir the hair and beard
art! ?ntt rely worthies!, ami you way have already
thrown away .urge amount In inelr purcb
To m eh we would hv, try the Reparator Cappllll;
It will fut you iiothlnjr, unleea It lUllvrames up tc
our ropreetMilHtions If your Irugifl.t does tout
aop it, fnd tit one dollar and we will frtrwanl It,
)toMt!1(1. tovvther with a reselpt for the money
wliirh kMI he rf'turnffl you on application, pro
tidmg eutir Hllra tKn is not vlvra. Addres
H.J.. CLAHK A U.,U)eml.U,
o H We.tayttt Htreut,
Apr 13, ItWTMllycis MTKAODai.M.T.
Monetary and Commercial.
Dayton Retail Market.
Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER
JEFFERSON AND MARKET.
DAYTON, July 9, 1867.
Coffee '. . SOSSSiChiiMS .N
Java 4Sicraeaert....N ...It
llrnwa Sugar ISxHS'Htaroh , 10
OoIwSursr 11!n.llT , Sell SO
Crashed goffer KiMedilef
Pw.lerl ur iirt.xl ill
Orsntilateri hurnr.., telUrAsni Tsrtsr HI
Orleans Melusm. . It Ml lirlail Applet f 10
sugar lloune Syrup aoiUmtn Apples bu 1 16
Sorghum MuUuet.44Silsokerel, ho. 1 16
V inegar, . ,
Kalilnr.. ... .
V.fc Tea-., ..
ftlai k Tea
.SMMMarkerel. kltts (S 16
16! White Flail, k bbl . Ml
wsii 11.,... : son
t n Kluur . .wwjjg stxSis on
I 601 Wl! s Hac.ki.. I.. .
Heana ,. ,
Dayton Grain Market.
DAYTON, Tuesday, July 8.
ariuert eta to buillj engaged la team-leg their
crops tbat icercely snj grata It Irreught Into mar
ket, guotatiooi therefore are aosilnai. We give
the following, however, at the prices offered :
Wheat, (wlater) 40. Kfe, fl S6; Qatt,
toastaiVora, ft8a. Flour, (14, .''
CINCINNATI, July 8.
lROVISrONrU-ODened with considerable an-
tlvity.aaii rather a Iroe market. tbitifrh mostly In
a small way. Mm l'ors; wu advanood 4Wfor
t'Ky lute and elost-d lira wlib plontTM'i tiuyera at
21 xi- J.ard Is dull, but toute transaWiont occur
red In the vltT at 11 , and US , was atn.od.
BKKADklAJ K'ft rliif OuenM stronger and
sold to a raetierute eaunt, but attained no ad
t a nre iHyuie chuiae luu of nw neva held ifto.
htfrher, hut nn buyers wero .und Jfew Winter
lamtHe me .nMsble at 111 KVftH Id, and old at
Alicia S. Lmrr grade hnve ti Ai ely any de
in ami, a ud qiiotatluns ate liuposaiblf. Sales r00
brN . In Uulutff fancies at
Whent was fonnrt to lio srarre, especially the
aholcMt kinds, and the few lots of No l reii held
were dvanvea ui 9 00, and tAle oeurrtMl at
12 40. &av r'portt!d aUo o 1,060 huaaels red by
.ample at 15, and 13 W Own was quiet, hut
p I med firmer under the srenerirl anpector thn innr
set. ho. I shelK.l nt 76e., In bulk, nnd S5.. In
sacks. Oats hade good demand ana doted firm,
with salos at 76cv In elevilor. Total, W bushels,
uye, tin t No. 1 hekl nominally at $1 18
Shipments. H btlhels.
COlTtNMtttket lo better feeling t taUs of
mlddliuK att'.., ami lew middling Klu. The Im
provement of thefcurupeau market and Its Hp
purent stability, causes buyorl to apjjfur more
i reel y and prices closed arm.
CINCINNATI, July 8. R. R. & P. O. Time Table.
To take effect June 10, 1867.
' CINCINNATI, UAMILTON AMD DATIOK.
4 UU a m Eatt'n and netrnlt Express . . no p m
'i :w a m naiiiitisay anu citicinnaii acc. i :w p m
4:10 dm Detroit and Sandusky Mail... 8:40 a nt
7 :S0 p ui Lima and Chicago acc fi :40 p m
ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN
8:45 am Kfistern Kxprest . 8:65 am
1 :S6 p ut N lyht Kxprest 4:110 p m
DAT TON AND MICHIGAN.
8.50am ChlcaeoMall l:Him
6 :50 p in Cliicago Accommodation S :S0 p m
v:40piu Chicago and Detroit Express.. ft:55pm
DAYTON, IKNIA AND COLIUBU
5:60pm Dayton Accommodation 8:00pm
b:iuib &asiwru axpruss
Smn I'ittlinrv Kxnruss S!(IOa
10 :40 a m Accommodation 8 :40 p m
iki.:anacent'l AND DAYTON and wxstebn
8:00sm Richmond and Indianap. Kx... tiMfm
8:00 pm XnuibPapoIlt A Chicago Kx. .Iwieuam
CINCINNATI, DATTOH AND EASTERN.
9:00am Dayton Express 7:16am
1 :80 pm KlghtSxpreai 4.KI p m
DATTON AND UNION.
5 :&6 u ra Kxpreat
I.eaves every mornlnr.
Ticket umce at Union Depot will be kept open
from 7 a m until It m.. and iromir M. until 10 r.M.
Ticket- to be had at all hours.
J . F. CU LUERTSON, Agent.
To take effect June 10, 1867. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, O., May 16, 1867.
Until further notice the mailt will arrive and
close at thlt efllce at follows i
A.at.,r. a ,
8:00 New York Citjr
8:00iNew Knglaed States
8:00 IPhiladcrphia. Pennsvlvanl
A M. r. at.
v:UH 8 :16 Clncln'tl, Louisville Nash ville
:00 llamlllon. :. II t U. Wir...
1 :15 W heeling, llaltlmore.Wash'n
e:isi i:io loieooana iieiroit
8 00 Xenia and Pittsburg
10:80 Indianapolis, Indlaua
8:00 8.-O0 Columbus. Ohio
10:80 Klchmoml Ind. CentralWay
8 K Cleveland, Ohio
8:00 7. 15 Chicago, Illinois
6:00 Atlantic A Great West'nWay
8:00 . Icoluinuui Way
10;0 "ayton Western Way
7:15! Dayton tt Michigan Way.. ...
4 00 Sandusky Way
6:00 Dayton ill, Ion Way
10:00 Lebanon. Ohio
11 60 .lohnsv A W.Alex ,Tu.,l k.AB.
10 C1O Vandalla.I hamh'e l ues Knt
II M, t'nloa,LlttleYoi'k,Tu.,Tta ttb.l
Office hours-Open st T A. M.i clots at7 . H,
Sunday Open from 8 A. n. to 10 A.M.
WM.M.GItEEN. P. M.
To take effect June 10, 1867. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, O., May 16, 1867. Merchant Tailoring.
0 L O T EE I N Q
Saw Goods, Hew Fashions, New Pricet
WHOLES ALK A UKTAIL.HEALIB IN
Custom Made Clothing,
- And proprietor of the well-kDovn
EACLE CLOTHINC STORE,
i4 tfrwel, 1 4oor $vutA of ACaritel Uou4.
I WOULD berleaTetoaoiiouDceto my on me r
out frlendi and cmtomere and (he public ol
Montgomery and adjoining countlea that bare
now on hand and am dally receiving an uuiur
paeted ttiK-kof cuitom maileCLOTUfNO, forloth
6PRINO & SUMMER TRADE
(nclndlngall the itylui now In Iwhton for Hen,
Vouth, Jio) t and Chlldien of all agt and 4.
The abore ffoodt were purchased bynytelffor
OAHH and ?re made up according tn my order
and for uiy trade. In the moit approved 8TYLK.
and of material which I warraut will five all and
every one entire eattifactlon.
MV BXPBRIENOB. ,
Myexpertenee ilnee In theClothlnf trad, ha
taught me to pursue but one coime, and that ) to
deal with all niett altke-itlve earb and every one
satisfaction keeu aiHatna tat the ef e food,
vU mosisi, and what Is mere, fail thaw cheaper
tliaB the i est of clothiers, and w 1th a living prvttt.
Having carefully watched the varying ssarseU,
1 took asfvantaga when at iu lowest and sat ured
uch targmn enabling me to sell at svoA f rfrn
defying all competition, no mat tar vt hat tbey may
pulillkh or offer. AH I ask Is a fair eiamlnatlon
aad comparison of gooi tliere being a f real deal
of Imitation uow-a-ilays In market.
Our llae of OenU' rurnUnlngi.oods la also em
plete. Including all styles of white, colored and
ruffled bhlrts, beautiful Uravati, Neckties, Hand
kerchiefs, hocks of all colors, and a Urge stock ol
I alto purchased a entire new stock of Hats
and taps which 1 have determined to sell to all
those hurlug Clothing of me and lor the accommo
daU. no our trade, AT CUbX.
Trunks, VaUae, and Carpet-bap
Are also kept on hand.
Again thanking my kind patroes tad friends
for tlieir generous aim lileral psironane, hitherto
extended me. ajidahall piomlse tbeni and all thae
ileKiriog to eatronUe see tbat as te the
part, 1 snail study the tuteieeta of my customers
ruily as muoa as my own.
Very reepeot tally,
118 MAIN STREET,
Three doors south of tbe II arket Uoase,
bIQN OF THE
Only Colden CsgU In Dayton.
Which eaa be distlnetlv seen from the Marks
lleuse on Malu street.
To take effect June 10, 1867. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, O., May 16, 1867. Merchant Tailoring. New Advertisements.
r u i am.
i v 1 jrnioi,
ANNO UN OB
WHEELER & WILSON
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HAS TAKEN THS
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AWARDED TO THE
IN THE WORLD I
11 'rrWt urr
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NOV umie is nun . .
Qeod laws I Oeed Newt I the CMt Irif t
O'er all the wins It fiat,
BrlBft sons the aoLsse prise I
Oar " Untie Sen " list ttraek the net.,
" John Bell " then eaught the soand: , 1
New eeatet freai frvmct the eehe baok,
; Vaeebr M HL.mm4r ' 1 1
. I : A . i. -ii '
Aad ae, aeatere tbe aeepte doubt,
o leag It's stood the test ' ' '
The Ihlaf It fairly aoited about,
And they will buy the bett
-Aktm A MJfil i'fl'3-JHQ:
.111 . M il
Special to Cincinnati Commercial.
Washington News and Gossip.
session "Pon, .T,,It .-! the Sonnle th
wnu ii hi limn nvo nonrs, ol
Mumnnr, wh(e ws appropriated by' Mr
s(rsliit tlie resrested It In a ,ort protect
citiiii's miscriinimni ui r ricisy which cx
Mr. Trmnbiill re)buslness.
bill which would hsved reennstrurllon
mediately liit for Mr. considered m.
Attempts were miule tor'g ohjcctions.
other subjects, the resolutlor ,, ,,verii
Oenersl Mierlrlsn nitni(r out tlmnks lo
were Kll eciuciea mitirr inn rw,t tev
Frldrtv. to w hlch thn Senate seeuon (;f
mlnnl 10 snnere riitiuiy . -w,
Hesolntloiis of Inquiry poncernlng
Inilliin illfflciiltles were sdnpwu.
Also, n resolution cslllnir upon tbo Hoc
retsry of Htste for information oil
While the fatter ws under conslilerBtlon,
Mr. Ilowsnl. of Miches", spoke ol Max
imilian as the greatest lelon of the present
rlay, and of his execution as a mei lti d pun
ishment, Mr. Chandler soon alter ofleretl a resolu
tion, Intenrkil to Justify the execution
Maximilian, by ealline; upon tlie Commit
tee on Korelirn Affairs lo examine anil re
port upon how many Mexicans were killed
nniler the decree of October 8, 1S06. The
resolution was laid over.
-The House opened to-day with a flood
resolutions, bills, 4c, all of which were
laid on the table, to be referred to tlie ap
proiirinte committees when appointed.
Mr. McClurif, of Missouri, called atten
tion to tlie fact tbsta bill passed at tlie
session placlnr certain Missouri troops
tlie same foottiifr w ith others, as to bounty,
wns not signed by the President, because
wss not presented to him until two days
after the last adjournment.
The speaker expressed, a difference
opinion from the position taken by
President, and held that whereas the President
might not have the constitutional
right to sign the bill If Congress bad ad
journed, that question had not arisen
this case, as Congress had only taken
Mr. McClung Introduced a concurrent
resolution lor the re-enrolltncnt of
Mr. Gnrflcbl expressed the opinion
what tlm Prei-ldeut bad indorsed on
bill as his reason for not signing It. opera
ted as a veto.
The Hoeaker ruled otherwise, the bill
having been returned w Ith the President's
Mr. Kll liit suggested Unit the bill bad
come it law by reason of the President's
not listing returned It within ten days.
The speaker declined to uecmu
question at present.
iiie concurrent resolution was auopien
and scut to thn Senate, but that bod" clined
to consider it on the gron:.d that
new bill would have tobepasoci.
A number of resolutions on Mexican
were referred to tne House Commit
tee on Foreign ASalrs. which was appoint
ed lu Marc!', iast, but It is understood
the committee will make ,110 report
thrill at present.
The House then, by a vote of one bun-
ArvA to twentv-four. nassed a resolution
Introduced by Mr. Butler, providing for
isnnolntlug of a select committee of
members, to inquire into tne particulars
tlie assassination or president Lincoln.
with an unlimited power to send tor
sons and nnners. and to report a bill arrant
Ing amnestv and pardon tn such persons
may nave ueeu connecten wiin tne con
tplrucy, and who may testify against otli
Tlie Introduction of this resolution caused
a decided sensation In the House,
members gathered in groups listening
the debate udoii It.
The Chairman of the Judiciary Commit
tee stated that they had taken a large
amount ot Interesting anil Important
on the conspiracy, which
would turnover to tills special committee.
Trial of Surratt.
Wssrimoton, July 8th. Hhodes was
and questioned by defense; nothing
John T. Ford testified to tlie same
relative to the theater and Booth ; was
miliar with Sooth s naiidwrltiiisr. Clias.
StiaJby's letter exhibited. This was
letter' sound by Mrs. Hodspelh;do
tliluK it iMissluie lor lioolli to have writ
ten this letter, as I said before, he had
l arge clumsy baud, and I would never
h ave tiuuui cms to be ins wriiing.
.Husan Anna juckson re-caueu lor
theT cross-exaniination. Tbe morning
.the assassination, two nien came there,
but i did not see them, was in bed when
the nvu came to my room, and 1 covered
up my bead and did not see them.
Bradley, pointing to detective McDcvitt
look around and see if you did not
Wltne.v No sir; I never saw that
there ; I c'W not hear any one say that
was John turratt; do not know a colored
woman ns used Racliael or Kllza Ilanklus;
I never tobl any one that John burratt
been at home) lor two weeks.
H.C. Ford teetinea relative to arrange
ments for the President's visit; no stran
ger was there at tlie time, except a gentle
man rroui HIS ircaaurjr nuuiicipeu tuna
up the flag.
James U. Gilford testified that on
night of the assassination witness was
In Iront at the end of tbe 2d and 3d
be went through tbe stage entrance
the south side of tlie theater) did lint
Booth that night; knew Booth from
boyhood; never saw Surratt until I
him here: ssw a irentlcman come down
call three times he was connected with
thester: came down atreet: lie w as to
c n that night for a song, and asked
C'arlin what time It was, and Cailln stepped
un and looked at tne ciock anu saiu it
ttaii minutes past ten; he stopped
a Tew minutes and men went in; twooiuer
persons had been standing around
tho time, but If Booth had been there
would uave nolioed him-
V, Hess sworn. Witness resides In Phil
adelphia; In 1865 1 was counseled with
company perlormlug at Ford's
was ai'Slgued a song arcer tna piny oi
Anerlcau Cousin that night; it was lo
perfora id for the President; was iu
of tlie theatre during the evening talking
with Uitrord aua csrnn ; was siauoing
tb'S stage entrance; went back
Use tWrati e after talking with them;
what time It was; Carlln replied ten
Basl ten; wluiess replied, repealing
the word, that ha would be wanted In a
minutes and went on the stage, and
minutes afterwards beard tho report
ptol : never saw tbe prisoner till no w ;
not see him ou the ulgbt of the assassin-
A. J. Carlln lesunen simuanj; uiu
see Booth standing on ine pavement, or
n. lnnblnr Into the President's carriage.
No further evidence being read
took recess until to-morrow.
Xxw York, Julr 8. A New Orleans
aaclal says: The Kalelgb. hence for
lias on board about ten Austrian
who arrived from Vera Crux via
vile, ana now go mi iiavaiw. wnna use
remaining mere sum ,.,,.,
tunHe to join some Mexican chieftain
I lore llenara and Darntngo. The
was mi i iter j -- -
ui j. I .s.sm will miiisIh In
iDrj urcisir iutj "... .
and avenge Maxlrnlliau's death; that a
days Will See a pvsruui cu ir i
bead of a large anti-Juarei party, and
remnant of the Aiistrlans will rendesvous
at Havana, irosu ssivs hiiii, wvj wnt
turn W JSOIIW.
aiW OELEAN8 LOOil UiTTIRS.
The muddle concerning the city
(till continues. The Finance Committee
have at length reported lu a stralu of
" ""jur. Ilirugli n iiif n . .,.....,.
. ., , I'O'nts made by that function-
" tliHt. the Uias of rlly
Hp by the
r"'" I'TOIUT llRVO nevr-r benn 1,.onlU..l s,
Xt or iihtl,:,,'Kh "'"J' BUrn"ll,!
fwn,.l.,p,M"V f " ,,K',e ")'l' b0-
IdII. J'. FI Mnt. Pi...
Bunk nornriitt- tso. .... i .."; ?
to ball , ihe ,m "
Fight with the Indians—Red
l,w onr, July 8 An Omnhs special
ii . "n,,, iiiv rnta ueen reffit nii n.
nillcsrt,'r from General Custer's com
On tlf nt Jtlverslde, Colorado, forty
ed a detaT Fort Sedgwick, 6th Julv.
Captain HiU't.. forty-five Slonx aitack
Hepubllcan. Of twenty-live men under
diiins were defe.ticar the forks of the
loss of two wan gallant fight the Jn
wonnded. Ilnmiltol driven olT. with
On the snme day a Wed and several
warriors surrounitcd tuxmly one horse,
orlng to stampede the horuH of Sioux
pulsed w ltluitit tne loss oi a,p(.l(pav
On the ltli lilt., a war party n,r r.
Clieycnncs, numbering 5(K) or 0H,,Hi
and snrrouniled Lieutenants Kolji,nrj
Cook, who were escorting a supply -t
from Fort Wallace. The ludtalis rema,
about the train for three hours, and mat.
dcsrcrutc efforts to ellect its capture, tint
after a well contested tight they were re
pulsed with the loss of live warriors killed,
several wounded, and one horse captured.
Our loss was only two men wounded.
Ukri.in. Julv 8 Kvcnlng. Tlie States of
the Mortb Ocruiiin Conlcdcratlou have sc
ented the plan ol a tarill proposed uy
Paius, July 8 Evening.--M. 1'ansaru,
dramatist. Is dead.
London. Juiy H.oon consols, ih-.4;
U. S. Bonds, 73; Illinois, "9; Eric, 44. Mar
Liverpool, Julv 8. Xoon Cotton dull;
Uplands, U4; Orleans, 11. Breadstull's,
provisions and produce unchanged.
Ex-Gov. King Dead.
New Yohk, July
of New York, died
at his residence iu Ja-
maica. Long Island, yesterday imernoon,
from the cflccts of a stroke of paralysis, re
ceived on the 14th lust.
Hotels and Saloons.
JEFFERSON STREET HOU&E,
O. O. STINK, fUOfUlkTOK,
Jefferessn at., near Tnlsd,
ISA VTOK, OHIO,
HsTlnt; Mfltteil this Hotel, Hie jirtiin Ii lor In
Tltet tlie uttntion ol the tiuxelieg i.blic lo lis
acooiuuioUaliMis. lit )ui'aun is imtiul, ainl it
otters luduuemuuts both iu aLCeniuioiiiitioiiNai.il
Cot nor Main and George streets,
ARCANCM, DAIIKK LOLMV, OHIO.
Uuestt finnisheil with meals at all hours.
Tliu House bus been reUtleil ami relui nlbi d,
and will be kept ns a flist-rlacs lioivl. llionu
liuuort und I'miiit i n liimd.
UKOItuk W.DLLAVAN, I'mp.
April M, 18K7-ISm
nE STATJ ITKJ T,
.3I JMtsrkct slieet,
Nurtb side, east end ul Mikol,tAllLtiK,01IIC.
fie-fitted, Ee-furnished and Be-opjntd
oa the European Flan.
gfeOninilniBes run to and flum all trains
Au,iu blablius lol lioists.
dvbluvmi. JAtUll W AUNtlt, l'n, llilor
Corner ol Alum and '1 hiul stivtts,
'HIS larjre nnd popular hott-J Im lirm
M1IIHSI lai'BIII, save., s.i v nr i. as . a. e. au
II. M 1 1 I I (
e-il Wil tllillL I llflll ll lu til 11. M. I
t.Ln g jt, a Hi
uui quvitiun, u
Jr'lHS'l -CLASS llOTi:L.
1 ne "i itiiup" ii lurniMiui vim mij n lu
n I nice atitl luxury kituvn to .on-l-kii)ij u
Aairlr, miU iiiluiiii un fit mm l Imme iu
itCICIl, r unieil 8iw uiftj I ' " s eesui
iroiiMKU. I.tl'ural unuiigt.iiicitii niuU it I-1 tr
HniiiiLuAnlt-iit. jut tit f
EAST TIIIHU STgLKr,
UA1 ION. O.
Captain E. E. Retter, Proprietor,
(l.ateof tbe Weltern House, Springlleld, O.)
Thorough) re fltteil and renovntrd tbrousboutan
IS now oueoi lUVUl'SlSlUtCISIU SUISUIljr.
leOninlbuset run to and Iron all Trains
eet' J.D. a'SEi . w.i.touliwiKii r j itiiar
McKEE, W00DWAED & WEAKLEY,
(Bnccctsort to Wogunmn, tiuiltli A to.,)
AND DE1LZH8 IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
No. ffti raia ate (Opera UalldiBg,)
DAYTON t OKIO.
Alto, IHtllllcrt of Hum Inn., lt)t, nU torn
Whifck J", t'ppvr baniltiiky, Oliiu. DOiihiiy
(rORMKRLY DKNNlbON HOl'BK.)
Fifth fit., Xear Main, IHnri nnati , O.,
OALLEHEB. KELSON ft Co.,
rtUIS iwpular Itouie tiavlt y been uw rt niMl
X Dltutiid ai rani wl, it i.ou iu ntu-t U(ntul
oe-'raiiuo. lu locatiuu Uting t nuat, ai t i r.i-
u if tit lo buiihetk ami iotbtliailiiniii.ttiuil.il
itita of travel, ntuaea it a Utoirat'lc U-i i ing
plat v Itir all viitni iti cti) .
LstlMiral ar.anycuif uta uiadi ltb p(.tnhi.iiit
bitntt, witj titfrt-ciakB sn itu uiidlmjui...
'lrfttuiaut ii04.rU rviucd tutljivr day. lelWil
M 7 T HOMPtON
Walking t'line 3Ianufaciry,
Mo 181 Mala Ml., bet. roartb aad riM,
CINCINNATI, - OHIO
Rfpalrl.t; Prosnpllr lltrndcd lo.
deolS dlaw ljw
N ATIONAL 8 ALOON,
NO. 170 WEST SIXTH 8TKEET,
Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars,
ALWAYS OX HAND.
Six $plentfid BUlimrd Tablet
FOl'B SrlKhDIT) TEN PIN aLlITS.
J.r.KUSI.Bupt. J. F. Ul ISKF.L Prop.
Ik VOU WANT A FARM
AdTerlisein tbe WtsTr"