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... AT . .. . No. 116, 'Main street. N. W. WILSON H A8 JUST RECEIVED THE BEST u4 bmI .oeaplete .tok of srraNG & summer Boots and Shoes fwr hrought to thli ellr which were maaunielti red eipre.aly to hll orlr by JOHN H l)KTk,K,of tin etnoetl. eeknowlda-ed to both boat Boot and ho Kiau'Mf urer In Iho wr.t. auklltlen I HAVE and WILL KEEP ON HANI) full Hi varied etoea of My Own Manufacture, Which, IbrlTTLR eixlqUAUTVll UNSURPABa. CD. lam eoaflaent I can get up TUB BEST FITTING BOOTS A SHOES Is the oly, aad I will guarantee latlafactlon I all MM. Reapectfully, N W. WILSON, , lit Mala strset, t door, south of U Marcel. If. W. W. alio keeps a superior ertloleof FRENCH LACKING HTSo Easter Work kept at thil eetab liehsasnt. t aaea-da Dayton & Michigan R. R. SHORT LINE VIA LIMA, M Mile a Travel and a boar Tlma .trad batwaan DAYTON AND CHICAGO. , Tw Dally Trains, On a Change) of Can Only. ON AND AFTER THCRSDAT,JUIIK1,I8. Traias will leave Dayton at 7,48 a. m. and .at a. m., for Sidney, Lima, Delphee, Fort Mara., Toledo, D. troll, Chicago, Qutnoy, Hook Island, OaUaa, Don I.I th and St. Paul. Viral Train leaving Dayton at 7,48 a. aa., ar rives Fort Wsynsst 1,10 , m., connecting with traina oa tha Toledo, Wahanh a Waiters road at 1,16 .a, f-r nantiogton, Peru, Logan. port sad tha thariouthW.it and at Chicago at 7,45 p. m., In lima to sonnoet with all evening train! leering that city. Thli train alio connect, at Sidney with train! on tha B. A I. Road, East and Welt and at Plqaa with 0. P. A I. Boad fur Colombo!, and at Wapskoasta with Hack for St. Marys, Bremen and Minitor. Beoood Train, Leaves Dayton tt 8,35 p, m, arrives at Fort Wayne at 1,25 a. m., connects with train, on tho T. W. A W. R. R. at 4, 1 0 a. at., for Iraaenee, Tolodo A Datroiti at Chicago at ,17 a. mt, Baking eloae connections with all train, for tha Wait and North Woat. ..-.- . u : KKTURN1NQ, : ' lit Train laara. Chloago 8,17 a. m. Urn 4,15 r p. as., reaebea Dayton 7-SO p. m. Id Train leaves Chicago 7,45 p. m; Lima 3,40a m) raaoh Dayton f.bOa. n. Tha 140 a. m. Train from Lima oonnooti at Piqna with Train, on 0. P. A I. K. R.for Colum and tha Eaat both traina makaoloaa eoaneo tiona with train, on tbaO. H. A D. R. R. for Cln eianatl and the South. "Sleeping oar. ara attach. d to all might traina between Lima and Chicago." Through Ticket, for Port Wayne. Totelo,Detrolt, Chloago, and pointa Waal and North-weat. Alao for Pittaburgh, Philadelphia and all Baetern elttea. and for all local poiota on tha Bellefontalnaand lnalen anolta R. R.,can be had by calling on I. R. KlNO.Tlok ai Agent, Union Depot, Dayton) or on tha dlir rent agente oa tho Una. Far aa low aa by any other Tout. ' - B earaful and oall for Ticket! by way of Lima. l-i'h. rateeef Freight to all Polnte Kaat or Wnt will at all time, be aa favorable aa aro charged by tlier Compantee. 1. VMnafapa ktta. tl. --J ClilaaM ar rittisurg. aprtl M. SHOEMAKER, lup't. DISSOLUTION. THB firm of E. A. & T. T. More iethia day diaaoirad by mutual consent, and will exi.t only tor liquidation. Either member of the firm la fully authorised to raoalva moniea, and sign the name of the arm. K. A. MORK, June 10, 186. T. T. MORK. THK nodoriiKnod have this day purchased tha itoekof Paper, Stationery, Ac, of X. A. l T. T, Mora, and will do baalne-a at tha old it and of tha lata firm, in tha name and atyla of Mora, Loury A Co. Wa shall oontinua to manufaotura all klnda of BLamk Book, and do hlndliig ia all anbM.- Our stock of Papar and Stationary to rary tom Biota aad our prlcce will baaa low aa any reBponai- la houaa west or tha mountains. , Wa larlta ipaolal attantlon to our atnek. K. A. MOHB. FIELDING LOURY, " ' J. S. TREAD WAY. 10 , ' T. T. WORK. Journal and Gaxatta copy J VVEED'S PATEHT Sewing Machines Havagatnadtha oonftdenoa of U who naa than, and hava provad ona of tha Bioat valuable In van t loot of tha ago. Thay ua a Shuttla, making tha Look tititoa oa both aidaa of tha arota allka. which aannotba unrareled or pulled ut. Thay ara all made with tha hlgheat mechanioal kill and all warrantad to worx wall on ail kinds cf particular, wa would call attantlon of all to our naw fanllr bawlng maohloa. Ithaabaan manufactured xpraaaly lor family uaa, and haa mat with favor from all. It la ao tinpllUcd aato rentier it lnipoaal hi to rt out of order, or derange ita operations) ladeadHlaao aim pie aa to astonish ona. that ao am alt a pee of mechanism will svw. Below wa gWe a daaoiiutlOA of thadiflerant atylra Of tha Wead Patent. MO. I la a vary convenient ryle which can ha worked by hand or foot, oaorotT tta own tabic. For eonvenlenoe of chipping and alao for large manufw torlee where It la nauaaary to place a number of maoblaee Into long benoh making ona tabic aoawcr tor ihemall. Price $90. NO. a. With Walnut or Mahogany T.ble, either with or without Boa, Top, which looas down. Prie Biooaadauo. NO. I. amamxaaa No , but rum with a belt and at a higher rate of apeed. This kind ta wall adapted to manufacture clothing or leather work. Tblela really theehemueat-i-iaohlne In tha market as there la no work done on a Kewing Machine that It will not do. It ia confidently asserted that thle Havoainai rums ewier Mian any maooine now is use. rrlee NO. a. Thlc Machine baa a long arm, to accom mod ate large work. It rune at a high rata of apeed runs easily, and la without a doubt, the best Machlm for Tailor! uaa, ever ottered to the public. It ta alao peeullarlr atted for plantation work, aa It la very etupte yet substantial and durable, with but little .lemmy o getout oi order. Price a NO. ft. This Is a new and eheaner etvla. and general favorite, for Family. Light Leather, and a rea variety w wora. itnasoeen ioimo up Wltn reierenoe to nirnlshlng a strong and durable, yet light and tasty machine, at a leaa price than either the above. It runa very east, rapidly, and Is rooiinoej the beet maohine now In market for w. NO. e Thli u a machine got up on an entirely new principle, d liferent from anything ever Iwlore oflered to the public, and wa oonndeutly ssaert that for family uae it haa not an equal. It Is very light and tasty, runa very rapidly, la almvat noleeleee in Ita operation, and uaea a CTaaioHT mkedlk. It la ao arranged aa to be utterly iupocelble for It to miss atltehea. Ik has a tension on boln aidea, and aarrtea a large supply of thread on the under apool. The motions are gained by two email crank that run without peroepUble aoiae. The two thresde are worked in such a manner aa never to pull both attha earne time, andconatxiuently, little liable to break. The eeam Is very elastic and tha thread does net break ia washing. It will do eoarte work better auaa any aheap maohine now In market, aa It uses allk, cotton, or llnoan with oqual facility, Price) 60 Jpesorlptlve Circulars furnished gratia. . OFFirk 411, BHOADWAY, N. Y. WHITNEY & LYON Proprietor. D. 1. THUMP, Agent. (leif-im daw.) D. dfc F. B. BHTJLL HAVE joat rooeirad the Mercury, Baltou's notorial, N. y. weakly, and Flag olOur Union, for thia week. ALSO wo ooplea Police tiaaetta eontalnlnf the Daytea Correapondaaea. jie Godeyfor July. D. A F. B. BHCLL. Two Barrela Fine Ap lee IN PRIME OKDER, received this morn tny. car. b.shulu " Fly Drushea. JUiJT reoeived som nioe one, and for sale by chahLm roaT, Jell aat Seeond atreet, 4 doora from Mala. CTRATKD From the Subaoriber, about t two weeka ago. a rod and white a potted Cow. large koroa, tutuod outwarda, with a aear and wart o oe of ker htud leai hue probably a aalf by thia time. Anr pereoa leaviiie luiu.a,eLon bv whioo tha owner aaa raoovarhia property, with A. Wool, ei we oteraei nouan, a. oduiw, near Uie Aey'uat, mi with the aubaarlber, la aUuertown, will be IIIm ally rewarded. JUkkflt JtAkKK. ela-dawiw Nioest of the Season! OK BOX EH of extra nice Oranges, joetra. ttO aee by BAAMOKMBfita A CO.. Aete-ta-a X: Sve, Tkud Vlrawt, VOL. X. mum IMmii dayton oiiio, Monday; ;tune 20, 1559, ? 'r Tim. -NO.-130. - THE DAILY EMPIRE. Ofenoai 0 ruaLioATiONi Impirt l.ildiag, Tiiiri it,Sta(k tidi kU Iiii i Jefemi T e Mmi Be Kalian. OOper yeerlnartTeaca. Kfoeetep.r Week, peyebl. to Ihaeaetier. aingle eoplea, putoii in wrappera, eoente. Cincinnati Agency. The Cincinnati Trpe Foundry Ooonoany le out duly euthoriaed Afrent to make com recta and receipt for Aurartieenirnu ubecrlpuont, Ac, In that city. To BnaiMBaa Jln. The KropireJob Room a rein eomplete trim, and wa are now prepared to do work of all dmeriptiona in the beat etyle ofthetrt. uall in ana examine oor work and learn our price. IT To AoTUTieaaa. AdTortiaemente or Nutlceefor the Kiopire moat bo handed into the office by e'oiec on the day they are de- aired to be puinianea et tatrr. we cannot agree to ineert theaa after thalhour. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Those who desire to hava adrartieementa inierted In tha Weekly Empire ehould band them in by Saturday morning, at the latent SJb.Our adrertiaing patrons will perceive that, by onr arrangement of reading matter, their advertisements will bs always arte a vary important matterto them. ICTSee 4th page for Telegraph Report. I.iDirikuiim Attbktioh. Too will meet at your Engine Hoaae thia (Monday) erening at 7 o'clock, for exercise and to attend an adjourned meeting immediately after, ;. All member who intend going to Springfield will boon band, By order of the foreman, W. H. ROUZER, Sec'y. STOnr tubecribera will, we beliere, excuse the length of our Chicago correepondence it to day's paper, on account of its interest. The twofirat letters we thould hire had in time for our Saturday'a ieaue. a TTA little boy fell from a canal boht fuel be low Jefferson st, bridge, last Saturday, and was saved from drowning by his father, who hap pened to be present. CT Sea lbs card of Randall A Oo., near the Posi office. Tbey are bound to supply all with the good things of the season, and will have a supply of everything thst can be bad. SJT The attention of the afflicted is directed to the card of Dr. Pickering, Bheeta' block, cor ner of 1st and Jefferson streets. Dr. P. practi ces upon a new ayatem, which many believe will supercede all ethers for chronic diseases.. Oall, ye afflicted ones, and consult Doctor P. IT Those mtereited will pleas seseardof hire. Dr. Thomson, in another column. She brings recommendations from numerous places of astonishing cures effected by her. She as sures as that she has the knowledge snd the medicine to relieve every afflicted female in the country. . IT We call the attention of Farmers to ths Card to ths Farming Public" in to day's pa per. We ara, personally acquainted with the parties . . Wa would juet obaarve, ia thia eon. action, that at the trial of Reapers and Mow rs, on the farm of Hr. Kiaer, on laat Tbursdsy me uorsey Machine, msnuraetured by Messrs Prila A Kuhns of this City, waa not put to work under favorable circumstances. The propria, tors were not sble to be on the ground nntij quit lata, and then bad not tims to properly ar range for the trial. Numerous practical men assure us that tha Dorsey machine is the best tbey have ever seen used. IT A Literary Lady residing on Jefferaon St.. has accumulated 7000 miscellaneous newapa pare. What a vast amount of "good, bad and iodifforent" literary provender ehe has consumed within the laat tea yearal Bbe offers to sell the collection at a cant apiece. There is a chance for scrap book tnekere, eigsr dealers, ste. HkooMMiTTXo. On Saturdsy last J. G. Mc Kinney wss examined en a eharg. of horse stealing. It will be remembered that juet be-, fore be wss retaken la Southern Indiana, it was reported that on the Saturday evening previous hs wai seen in this city, and on that night a horse waa taken from the stable of Hr. Keifer, and that the horse wo found near Cincinnati, a few days sflerward. Oircumstsncea seemed to indicate that Ho. had procured the animal for a ride to tha Queen City ; heuce the exam ination, which resulted in bis being held to anawer in the sum of $500. Not procuring bail, hs was recommitted, Lakq Sim An old reeideut eends as the following scrap of the market intelligence of 37 years sgons i Fnrroa Surtax In the Dsyton Watchman, Hay SI, 1623, I find the following Price Cur rent, which compared to the present is some what of a curiosity: Super fine Flour per barrel $2,50 Pr 100 pound $1 to M5 Whieky per barrel l'Je Rye per bushel SOe UtiniDOD no - I Jc Fresh Beef pr lb 1 to 3c Hrooked Hems do 9 to 3e Butter pr lb 6c Eggs pr dosen 3 to 3e Bern torn Is pr dosen 50c Fiaa ALasa ExrLostoa or Guxrownxs. On last batutday about noon there waa an alarm of tire, caused by the explosion of some powde in a stable at the north end of Walnut 8t , ia Oregon. It seems from the best account that oan begot f the mattM, that the boys of the family on the premises, named Bunday, used the stabls for a play house, and tbey bed been miking trails with powder. Two other boys by the name of Thomas Msckey and Henry Slaught, it seems, esme there for the purpose of stealing some pigeons, that had their boxes in the stable; but being prevented from doing that and seeing ths trail, proetsded to set fire to it. The boy who got burned entered about the asms time, and seeing what was going on, and know ing of a eonsiderabls quantity of powder ia a bag not far from the trail, got the bag just as Are bad reached it, and it exploded lo bis bsnd, burning him vary badly. Ths explosion blew the rafter oa the stable aa inch apart, at the ridge of the roof. We understand that Hacksy and Blaught were arreeud We learo this morning that ths injured boy is better, and there ie fair hopes of bis recovery . CTTwo prisoner confined ia the Darke sounty jail, named Hiram Allea and William Erana, charged with burglary and ataault with attempt to murder, made aa attempt to escape oa Wedneaday last. A hole bad been cut through the wall cf the jail near the roof, through which Allea got oa the roof by means of a rope. A general search of tha neighbor, log woods was msde by tha clllaeos, after which Allea waa foaad between the roof of the jail and the attis fljr, aad waa aapturad aad Saairoa DopaLaS lx Darren. Senator Deog las cams to our eity on Saturdsy svening, oa his wsj ta Washington. Be waa met at tha Depot by a large number of people who had heard he was on tha train, and a speech wss demanded from him. The Little giant attempted to com ply but juet ae he got fairly alerted, the wh istls eosoded, and the ClnoinnaU . excursionists "made a break'' for the ears, ths Little Giant following. The train did not start Just than however, but the speech wss not resumed, the party having commenced sn onilsugbt upon a msmmoth lunch which waa provided for them at the Depot. The Senator in the few remarks he initiated, apoks highly of the Miami Valley, and Ita In habitants, msny of whom he becsme acquainted with at tha recent exenraion to Chicago. Of onehe eould spesk knowingly, and he " was a msn of few words and much business." A gentleman stepped up to him in Chiesgo; asked if be wss Senator Douglas; said be waa a res-i dent of the Grtmt Miami Valley; and asked for an exchange of hatsl Hssald he wonld Con sider himself ae receiving the highest earthly honor by such exchange; and suiting ths setion to the declaration he csught the Senstor's plug from his head, and substituted his ean (a new plug, of latest style) therefor! He waa a msn of business! The best of the joke (and the Senator did not see that nub) is thst the prss- ent proprietor of Senator Douglas' hst is a clever Republican, who resides aevsral mile below Dayton. The Little Giant's speech wat.we regret, eut off in the bud of rich promise. He will, we hope, return some dsy, and resume just where he left off. Riuasiabls A few days ago the Journa' contained the report of a formidable surgical operation performed by our distinguished fel low citixen Prof. Deitrieh, on the person of Mr. Crspeau, of Shawneetown, in thia State. We learn that the subject of the operation ie descsndsnt of the fsmous Hsjor Crspeau who rendered memorable service !to the French army during the war in Flanders, and who af terward being captured by the enemy, closed his eventful esreer oa a bed of burning coals which penalty he endured With the calmness sud feitituds of Uontesuma. The present Hr. Orapeau has been in ill health for some time. He was induced to visit Dayton and put himself in the care of Dr. Deitrieh, whose skill in the cure of abstruse diseases has of late obtained for him a wide spresd and well merited celebrity. Hr. O'a symptom were very pecnliar, and Doctors dif fered widely with each other respecting the nature of hie affliction. He had been In a Hy dropathio Institution and as hit head wss closely shsved and he wore a atrait jacket, it was inferred that he bad left the establishment while receiving treatment for mental derange ment. When Dr. C. examined the patient he could give no account of himself, He waa par tially insensible utterly speechless and affect ingly aathmatie. He had occasional spssms and was evidently in a very dangeroua condi tion. After a careful analysis of all tha symptoms positive and negative, Dr. D. cams to the cooclu sion that the whole difficulty of Hr, Orapean waa due to tha presenu of a toad in hll alomach Othsr medical gentlemen were consulted, but expressed a different view at the aaaa. where upon Dr. D. resolved to eut open the patient and verify his diagnosis by extracting the toad before the eyes of all present. He did ao on H on day last; a large tree toad waa found ia the etomachas predicted. The wound waa stitched up and the patient placed in the moet favorable state for recovery. It is now five days Sine, the operation and tha patient ia not only alive bat doing as well sa eould be expeeted rowda of anxioua clti sens visit Hr. Orapean daily at his lodgings in ths Phillips House. The doctors think be ie now out of danger, and that he will be able to visit l.ii friends in a few dsys. We congretu late Dr. D. on the success of his operation, which we believe ia the first of the kind ever performed in America. . . We wish long lifsto Monsieur Orapean. For the Empire. Ha. Editos: I have for eome time psst been convinced that the seemingly ample accommo. datioosof our school Looses were too limited for the demand made upon them by the increas ing populstion of the city. Iam therefore gratified to learn that our School Board hs msde a move towards providing mora room in the N. K. and N. W. districts. I am informed that in these districts alone there are over 400 children enrolled who cannot gain admittance for want of room, without tha German acholsra who are very numerous. And even the num ber in attendance ia much too large, each room containing from SO to 40 children more than the aeata were intended to accommodate, from two ta three occupying one deek, while some re seated on the stoves, teacbera'a desks, platform, Ac. The halls and recitation rooms ara also crowded to excess. I should pro nounc them mere humsa slsughter bousee. Parents ought to visit them and see for thonv selves. T remedy this evil, the Bosrd propose to build ao addition to tha N.E house, and tha erection of a aew building in the N. W, dis trict. For the first I am informed that the Board have levied a sufficient tax, and for the N.W. house a committee baa been appointed to ask the Oily Council to issue bonds to the amount of $8,000, which I hope will be granted as I am sure it would be, if the City Fathers would visit lhs schools ia these districts, eepe- eislly if they should bsve children doomed to suffer confinement 8 hoars a day in auch a loathsoms atmosphere. The effect of issuing bonds would simply be to enable the School Beard to anticipate the taxes for three yesrs to name, and appropriate them to preaent nse. If the bonds are not gran, led, room mast be rented all over the city to accommodate 400 or 600 children at a rent of over $500 a year, which would amount to al most ss much ae the inlereat on the bonds, and then be compelled to build in 8 or S years at farthest. Ths Usee would not be increased, but rsthsr diminished, as the Board eould asve the rent for three years, amounting to over $1 .500 which they would have lo raise in ddi lies to lbs cost of ths buildings, if ths bonds are not allowed. It is thsn a matter el rooejoffty aa well aa axpedieney, which the Council will readily perceive. Having no children to educate, I am not personally interested, bat I am tax payer, and prefer the education acquired ia well regulated schools, suck as ours, to that obtained ia the streets and peat boueee of the eity, the Inevita- able result of which would bet. increase the number of jails aad penitentiaries. Reflect oa the subtest, and as you estimate the result for the weal or woe of the liaing generation, so act. HUMANITY. tTThe pie nie of the i-utneran 8. B. a ear CarrelUoa, oa Friday laat ia aaid ta have been one of tho moat iatarasliag, agreeable, Bad BB- eeuiioaa Unsgisable. Excursion Correspondence. CHICAGO June 16, 1859. Kditos. Empirb : When I wrote yoa last evening we had only seen the tail of this Elephant eity of the North West. Since then, I have had an opportunity of taking a view of a larger portion of his body, through the politeness of hi keepers. Ae be la ao very large and we have seen ao Biuoh it pus' alee u to know where to begin or what to describe. , Last night all was bustle and exoitement, and there ha been no cessation of the ex oitement ; it still increases. Bpeeobes ware made by Senator Douglas, President Egle ton af tha Cin. City Counoil, Mayor Haines, of Chloago, Judge Carter ol Cincinnati, and Qon. Coombs, of Ky., the youngest old man of the party. These epeeohes, I learn, were delivered at the ' Tremont," but I did not hear them. Thia morning opens clear, with a cool north western wind from Lake Mioh igan, too cool for comfort without an over coat or a good fire. The oltliens (how us, (some twelve hundrod people from the great Miami Valley,) every attention, and have granted a the freedom of the city. This consiits of free Omnibuses, Andibon Club Rooms, Fine Art Expoeition, M'Vloket's Thealr a, U. B. War Stoamer Michigan, and vtasele in the harbor, Young Men'a Associa tion Library and Reading Kooms, City Kail Way a, and twenty two Hail Road leading to every point of the compass, eome of whioh are about five hundred miles long. To visit all these institution and to rido on all these Rail Road i too gigantio an undertaking for us, although we are a mighty fast people. We have therefore oontended ourselves with taking a bird' eye view of the City, and with two atesm boat excursions on the Lake, the first on tha "Traveller," at 10 A. M., and the second on board of the "Planet," at 4 P. M. These excursions gave a a most charming view of the City, and in the morning afford ed ns an opportunity of seeing a race be tween eome twelve tail boat for prise from tho Regatta Club. After a delightful ex cursion of thirty mile in front of the City we returned to dinner. The sail boats made better time we were told than was ever made before at Chicago. In the afternoon we took a view of thr) U. S. War steamer, Michigan. The offioers showed ns every attention, and all admitted that tbey were the cleanest house-keeper that we had seen. We next got on board of the steamer Planet We found it crowded with Ladio and gentle, men and the Chicago Light Ousrd with an excellent bsnd of Music. The Musio, and refreshment, consisting of every luxury, uoh as strawberries, raaberriee, ioe cream, pound cake, and all the solids, together with abundance of Catawba to wash them down, were all furnished gratis by the oiticen of Chioago, The dancer soon took possession of the Main Cabin, and kept ia motion un til we returned. The balance of the numer ous oompany amused themselves by taking a view of the Lake, telling anecdot.ee and look, ing at the beautiful ladies whose complex ions were heightened by the pure Lake breese, and the exeroiae of the dance. Af ter proceeding up the Lake about forty miles our boat wheeled about for a return to the city, The breese increased and a number of the company became tea lick, among oth er a prominent gentleman of Dayton. Res olutions were passed thanking the oitisens of Chicago for providing boats and refrtsh menti, and all went on "a merry a a mar. riage bell" until our return to port. It wa then near II o'olook and we retired to our Hotel to deep, well satisfied with our Lake excursion, and the hospitalities of the oitisens of the Garden City. FRIDAY, June 17, 1859. Eo. Empixb This morning we arose re freshed, at five, and took a long walk befure breakfast. On our route we passed through Clark, Randolph, State and other s tresis, and took look at Michigan Avenue. The streets are of irregular grade, many of them being re-graded and elevated several feet, so aa to afford cellar and basements. In some place we are told the street bare been raissd from ten to fifteen feet Of oours the buildings bare also to be raised, and five story briok buildings are raised so as to make room for a basement, by mean of screw. A Ihousaad screw and two hun dred men ara employed in raiaing or remov ing the large building. This new sub soil of ten feet ie brought from a considera ble distsnos, and i very expensive; but the enterprising L'bioagoans oyeroome all diffi culties. Aoity that has inereased in popu. latioo from 27,000 to 120,000 within the last twelve years, besides building some of the moat magnificent warehouses, store rooms and private residouoee in the world, exhibits a spirit of industry and enterprise unparal leled in any age or country. This re-bnildi ing and ra-grading givee the street a very uneven appearance, and eome gentleman ob' served to us that it is symbolical of th fur, one of the oitisensl After a lengthy walk we returned to our Hotel with an excellent appetite for break fast Wa then received an invitation to take B City Railway ride to "Cottage Grove,'' and several public institutions, besides Rail Road xouraions to various part. W determined to accept the invitation of the Chicago and Milwaukie Rail Road. On our arrival at the Depot we found eight care crowded with ex oursioniate, from our own great Miami Val ley, most of whom bad nsvor before bad ao opportunity of seeing the Great Prairie of the West The weather bad again become very mild and pleasant, and aur ride to Milwaukie will ever be remembered aa ona of the moat de lightful trip w have ever made. A great portion of our route waa through gently un dulating rich prairies, under a high eute of cultivation, along the Lake chore, affording a fine view of Lake Miohigao, dotted with aail vessels. W were told that tha soil of the country back of u wa of much better quality. The firet town of note, Waaghke xon, 35 mile, i elevated above the Lake and look well. Kenoeha, M mile from Chioago, ia very imposing in it appearance, and contain, wa were fold, eight thousand InhabiUnta. Hasina, 01 Bailee, i a very beautiful oity of soma tea thousand inhabit- janta, These town are vsry vsll located oa the Lake, and ara growing rapidly. The next plaoe of importance at the end of our route, Milwaakie, ie a lovely eity of eome fifteen thousand inhabitant It ie ackaowl' edged so be one of the best built towns in the west It is situated on a high elevation of gradual asoent, th jonotion of tha Mile waukia river and the Lake, and looks beam tlful from the Lake. It Is called "the city of brioke," from the fact that the clay around the oity make the handsomest brick iu the Union. Tbey are of lyelow cast, and make up handsome without paint The tjuincy Btone Custom House, in charge of Collector Claeon, formerly of the Dayton Empire, is much larger and handsomer than that at Cincinnati. Through the politeness of Mr. C. we bad a fine view of the oity from the top ol the Cutton House. The Kewball Hotel ie said to be the largeat house in the west, and they boast of hating the largest hardware establishment We should like to hava lingered longer in Milwaukie, but the hour of S oon arrived) and we returned to Chicago, eighty five mile, at half past 7 in th evening. ' This evening we have taken another glance at the elephant We find ha Ie eeven miles long on the Miohigan shore, and three and a quarter miles broad. He ia only about twenty-five year old, and if he grow a faat for the next twenty.five yesrs as be bo the laat twelve, it le supposed that he will contain population of fire hundred thousand. A warehonsa i here to be found that will hold seven hundred thousand bush' els of wheat from whioh a veesel may scours a cargo of ten thousand bushels in one hour. This house is owned by fturges ck Bucking, ham, late of Ohio, and ie built on made ground in the Lake. Il ie two hundred feet long and one hnndred feet wide, five stories high, of white stone or marble, prooured near Joliet The foundation oost thirty thou sand dollar and the whole building, three hundred and fifty thousand. Koar this bouse they were filling up the Lake with dirt brought from a vessel in wheelbarrow. It reminded u of the ant in the mole hill, but in this way they make more ground. The amount of grain purchased in Chioago last year a poor one wae twenty one million bushel and the State will soon produoe, in good seasons, one hundred million of bush els yearly. The first oargo oi corn was shipped from Chicago in 1847. Now it is the greatest corn market in the world. Lumber and Beef are the next two great staple (hipped from and to Chicago. Four hundred and fifty seven million feet oi lumber wa (old laat year. It is also the greatest lumber market in the world, and always will be, aa tha vessels loaded with grain down the Lake oan return with a load of lumber at cheap freight from Miohigan. The amount of beef packed here i enormous, but I have no mean of ascer taining the sum total White Stone of most sxoellent quality ia proonrsd by Canal soms mile south of tha eity. The Quarry coven an area of fifty miles ol unknown thiokneee, and of course is inexhaustible. Stone ooal in abundance, good quality, is prooured one hnndred milee outh, but th moat of tha coal is brought by vessels from Buffulo, on tbelr return trip. But the town clock admonish me to re tire aa it is now 1 A. M. We have been to eee the Ravels, at tha Theatre, by invita tion. . SATURDAY, June 18. We bsvs soother beautiful, mild Summer morning, and if it waa not Saturday, would go to Burlington. As we wish to get bom by Sunday we haveeoocluded, very reluctantly, lo leave th is Oily for home. A great many of our party have concluded to stay awhile longer. We must be oa the car by seven, snd shall therefor defer writing anything further until w arrive at home. SATURDAY EVENING. At borne again, sound and wall, without sci sideut of sny kind, at quarter past seven p. m The Isrgest portion of the Cincinnati excur sionists, aa wall ss those from Dayton, and lhs towns along tha line of travel, returned this evening. We feel no greater fatigue than we should hare done had we been aitting all day in our easy chair at home. The road Is so smooth, of such easy grsdss, and free from eurvee, that forty miles per houresnrun be near ly all the way with ease and safety. Amnog the psrty on our return w found the Hon 8. A. Douglaa, oa bie way to Wash ingtoo Oity, to meet bis family. Mr. D, is a square built gentlemen, of smsll stature, with a wall farmed bead, plain dress, about 46 years old, gray eyee, black hair slightly tinged with gray, and Is a most social, agreeable gens lleruen. la converealion ha reminded ue very much of General Harrison and Gov, Morrow When we first saw him at Valparaiso, he looked like a good, sturdy old farmer. Every one oa board who made hia acquaintance appeared greatly pleased him. He weot to Illinois bs fore he was of age, and when the country waa entirely new. Alooetime be repreaaated a dis trict of 146 miles long in ths Legislsture. Mr D. is therefore a Western man, and ia greatly attached to Illinois, aad the Westers Statea. Hs gave ae a great deal of valuable ioforma tion in regard to Illinois. Lands that were formerly covered with water, have by lbs decay of vegetatioo become high enough to cultivate, and are tha beat ia the Slat. He purchased eighty acree of land ia Chioago at twenty five dollara , which he bes si ace sold for one tboaa ssd dollars per acre. Financially, be thinka, Chicago is to be better off thaa any other Oity Her whole City debt is not ovsr four hundred thoussnd dollars, and the moat of that ia for water worka which will yield a good percent. The Oity don't owe one dollar for her twenty two rail roads, and bar bonds ere st par. It is said that twenty miUione of ker property la mortgaged, but those twenty aiilliooasre owing e the City, end sol yreas It. It is owed by speculators who live in the Eaat, Kentucky and Ohio. Reeeipte of payment oa this property from abroad aaved the City from bankruptcy ia 1857, and large sums ais annually brought from abroad We lost a portion of oar party at every ntwa along the road. At Sidney, so which place J. 8. Oonlia telegraphed Senator Doeglae wae aa board, a large umber of the eilia.es had col lected, to whom Senator Douglaa waa intro duced. He made them a abort speech, thank ing them for their etteotioo. At Troy be wa agaia Utredueed lo a Urge crowd. The events of Saturday aveaing at the Depot are know a to aaoet of your reader. I send yoa Douglaa' speech at Chicago, tos J pikM with that of Micr Haiaes' raceyUe. speech at that City, and President Ergleeton's (at the Cincinnati Oity Council) reply. Hr. E. It le admitted esld mors good things In a few words tbsn sny other gentlemen. If he Were onr Governor, we feel sure ths printer would Ilk his messages, as they would doubtless bs vsry short. Th officer of th Rail Roade over which we have passed ens entitled ta our sincere thsnks for thsir admirable arrangements and attention to tha comfort and safsty of their pas sengers. Ths reply of one of the Conductors when requested to take a little old Bourbon waa vsry happy. -'Ercoee me. It ie my duty to take yoa through safely." L'Homtnediea and HXaren of the Cia. Ham A Dayton road, and Shoemaker of the Davtoa and Michigan road accompanied as through to Uhicajo. Finslly, e Toanxa FxenvAL. Ths Festlrsl on Saturdsy nigni waa not, we regret to ssy, vsry well at tended. We feel cure that bad the people only knew what a rich treat waa In store for them they would have filled the Hall, The music, by Prof. Pesrsoo and full band was of Itself worth lbs pries of admission) and than the gym n.alie exercise were Satonishing and pleasing. Ws bsve bo hesitstion in ssying that they far eelipsed any similar efforts we ever eaw, The feeta performed by the Aesoclstion were slmoet too sstoniahingfor belief; thsy fully ettabli.hed repuletioa for gymnastic sxploits hard I. excel anywhere. We cannot, now, conceive the rasa oa for the scant attendance oa Saturday night. JCvea the German people did not turn out. So good an entertainment ehould have been paid ths compliment of a crowded bouee. Should they give another public exhibition, we hope to aee them liberally patronised, for they deserve it The Niggers—The Xenia News Again. Th editor of the News oome at n acain In about one oolumn of stuff, to whioh we shall not trouble ourselves to reply. The matter hae become xidiculou enough al ready. Megroea did vote )n thie district, and the record of Conorett ehno that they voted jar Ia V. UAHrBBlb. The cool, dirty lie of tha Mews man that he saw them vote and that tbey voted for Vallandigham, oomes too late. But bad he turned up in 1857, Mr Campbell would no donbt have given two leather sixpence for bis testimony in an emergency. Still we will admit that, if the New man waa in thia distriot at the late election and voted for Vallandigham, then Mr. V. did receive one "nigger vota." We dismiss this lubject The artiole from tha Empire of May 21t, about th "Butler Resolutions,'' quo ted in th Journal of this morning had no 'imprimatur from Mr. Vallandigham. He bad no knowledge of or connection with What hia opinion upon the ubjectare may b learned from this pspsr sf last No ysmber. Wear glad to eee tha Republl oan paper "pitching in." Chabuu Sumnbb Aoaih. A cotemporary, vidently an ardent admirer of the Maaaa ohusstt Senator, thu rejoice at tha bappy effect prodooed upon his shocked system by eminent surgeon In Europe: We ara pleaeed to hear that Hon. Charlee Sumner ie recovering. He ie in Pari, whore h bss bad hi spinal marrow taken ont turned, ao raped, aoaked in oil and re placed hie muscular membranes operated upon, bie nervee taken out airel and re placed, and is now in a fnir way of recove ry. Be will resume hi Senatorial dutiee be says. An ExTBAOBDIWABT Family. Mr. John Coats and wife, aged reepeotively 7 1 aad 70 years, who are now living in good health, about two milee eaat ol Winchester, Jnd., had a family festival at their home on the 28th ult, at whioh were their ohildren and grand ohildren, numbering in all 144. All that were preeent were aeaied around one table, and from tha account given by the Randolph Journal, those who were abeent and deceased, if added to the group present would have made the total number 171. Fort Wayne Rep. E7 Donnetti'e moneys, dogs asd goats, are creating quite a furor ia Iodiaospolis, une'er the management of Col. Wood. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Fresh Meat Every Day. KETNOLDS JEFFRIES' Daily Meat and Provision S.A trct(t 3 door 9 tatt cf Brown Mtrul, DeVTTON, O,, VEEP cnnaUntlr on hand Freeh Maate of Am. vervain 4. Butter, Ecre, and Vegetablee, la aeaaoa. Produeeof ail tleaMxiptltMiJ obtinale saa be had at their store. tj- Aa thay do that row a butebertnr , the Public eaa rely oa procuring Kresa Meat avcav Moeaiae du ring the week. 1 hey desire the people to know thst on etoNBAiT pa oral ! they eaa proeure sneat alaurht- erea aurinf ine previous ugni. ioey wui pieeefl pear una in aiao. Thaahful for paat natron see, they eoUcit a eoatla uaaee ef public favor, determiaed to deeerve It, Kemmher th atreet, I doora boa Browaatreet. jeW-lv ffOTICB TO BUILDERS. SEALED Propoaala will b received at tha offloeol too Auditor of Moatfeaierr eouaty, O., ueui atoaaay ins mu oar a juit. laae, lor ut ree- tloa and aoeapletloa of a Briok aH1itloa to the at oat- geaierf County intirmwr' out eu by eo feet. Piaa ae speeilUoeM . . . .. ae eeea, aad all Infor mation had, toMtehint thepaveieau, ttsaeof eoeiple tioa Ae., at the aioreaeid offle itum aitd after Ue ad day of July aeat- order or lAt-aax IA ! aVX , ASHUweWi ititvdawtt (Journal aad Caaette eepy aad eh'fe Autlltortofllee.) LOST. IN or hetween Uuiton Hall and 4th street, two aeala aad kev Isold) eet with aim, reel eolored .toe. A liberal reward will he five. Is lae ladee by leaving Meet el una omce. jeae A Caret l the) Fur aw. lata; rsiblle WE th aadrraigned bav pnrebasad of . v aiariiB awmDorfer, A lent, ana trie, one of Itoreey'e Self-Baking Beepers aad Mower., Ki.ee faelured b. Meaara. Prila a atuhaw. and tt glvea lie greet aatlafaetloa to racoaaaieod II to the farmer, aa turn beet cutting reaper we fe. e ever aee. el work, and aa lo raking II eaaaot be eurf-eeoed l-y any reap- Se Saa.as. n,n.i lAnj-BB, JOHN CAHMIiV. Gersaea To., Hooigoaurj Co. T X have eee. the reaper of the at eee re. Carney. V y amanuiaetured by frits A kuhae at work, ajia fully aoejear la what they hare aaid. lenaau uta.nun, Jacob carnsV. hknrv d. hunt, jaw Jaekeua Tss Busies U, O. FresU Jlaspberrlest w. o. eahdall a co ARB receiving twic par day the beet quali ty of Baepberrlee boa. the Genie, of Mr. . Garat. faiatllee ehould eeeure theee berrlee for eaa- la. aetd tur Jeat aaul pre.entea, tale week. J aey bj. alee eeeiy I r racMvaa- thee, eaire Strasr- Berrlee noee aeauuea av. j m fruit. " alt kinds la eeeaeo. Third ah, ewe ta. Pee I MS PtookhoMt)t, of th Birtowu, 1a- dita Rtpole and Xante Tvronlke Company ar. hereby amiiled that a meeting will be helrt on tho ma of July, at the arbool bouae mltea at of Bearertowa, Bear . '. Btue,., at the place of nohiing our annual aieellms, at I o'clock, P.M., the purpnooof the et.Khol.ler. etrtlng for or . '''f la.4abae)Wkaae.eal4 road. By order olbe Bo.rd, joii-wiBj. pa tra PRrnn, eVu'r. (Journal, Oetette and Oermantowa latlepeadeat, eopy N daya.) BE. J. W. DUtTrLrrw. Pharmaceutist & Drtigglst t Ml LUIS HUTJaH, THIRD hT., DAYTO. o. ' WHRRK b ha' on band a fln lot of pare Chemleala, rerllimery Anapa, Hair, Nail n Tnnlh II .... V. ..a k.ll..,,.. . . I . . - . . . theeompoundlngof Fatally SMdl.lnee, aad Phyet-elani-fiaserlpttonar , . , . jeis SCOTCH STARCH. A FINK artiole for fine Linens, Shirt Bo Somsi eunerlor ta eoanmoa atarnh. For eel b I i. W. 1IIKTHH H, Jel Phillip. House, Third atreet. Preserve) Your Furs irons moths! TTHE Nature' sure remedy, "The Flour of nea len.r," tno only euro nrtlale that will pro eenre Pure, and a' I ktmla at Woo lea Goods, from un.truciive niiecMB oi Bioine. . - , , -,' lot sale by tne Agent tor Dayton, ' . .. 4. t. DIRTRICH, Jel J Phllllpi Houaa. COD LIVES OIL. A VERY superior artiole flne aud fresh double refined. Ferssleby , J. W. PIKTRICH, Jel Phillip. House. RAT, ROACH MOOBB DBSTROTEH SUPKRIOU to anything of tb hind man Ufeetured. J. W. DIKTR1CH, Druggist, Phillips Houee. WE. tha undersigned, have need tha preparation for rats, uanuiaetured hy J. W. IMe trleh, Urugglat, Pbllilpa Houaa, and have loo ad It a never felling article lor the deetroylng of rata, and think It superior to anything of the kind new la iua. Ann KH rt A HBklr., I. M. JOHN, ADAM khV jen-ew r. r. li.'snikr. Clock lZcpairs J. w. sworn.; ' Jeweler, Watch anal Clock Tlaher ana Hepalrer. Haa employed: a flretelaea workantua to aail at the readeaeelll who desire clocks repaired proaatiy la the best manner, and oa reaaunasle Urate. Ordera left at the store, ad Ut.. adiu4niite thooflae of Esq., Vouuk, will receive Unsaesiiata attention. aaustaetion guar a a teed, Jei7-iwd Lost Dog. TAN colored, Sootoh terrier pup "dletin xul.hlnx feature" ao Incumbrance la the wav of a tail la a remarkably "good feeder," . for a an all dog would be eapeaalve to aeep. P. I. Will pay for alt trouble, jel Dayton Woolen Mill. THK Subscriber bege leave toeay to tha eitliene ef Montgomery and adjolntae- eouotiee, that be has bosgbt tha Woolea Ataebl- sery hitherto aaed by air. u. at. Cartia, for the parpoeeof carrying oa the Woolea Business. lie has thoroughly reatlett the AliU, and added more aaaehinery to It, ao that he ia prepared ta do good work. He will manufacture Wool lata Satinet, Oleth, flannel, plain er checkered, Blanketa, blocking Vara, either oa tharee or by the yard, pair or pound. He will . IAHU WUUll INTO KOLLS. A l.o CARD WOOL and SPIN into vara, aa da. aired. lie hope, that the FARMKBB will brin their Wool and hava it wurked into euea good, aa tbey do.ira-eitber by the yard er on rhares All work will bs W A BKAtllBD to be done as promised, or be will take the gooda book and pay torthe Wool. Bolnxa practicable workman, and da roust; hia peronal attention to the work, he haa no tears ol giving aail. faction. , . rtlll'KH THS, BAM Si AtS USUAL. Blocking Yarns, Satinets, flannel., blanketa. Ae , kept for eale, at wholesale or retail. , Mr. I). M. Ct an., who is bow ant-end la tha Mercantile hsalaaaa la the earns bnlldlne. will pay the highest market pi lae in CASH for W 00 L, or exchange domestic goods, or horns mads woolen goods for ths ssms. mjT-6w WILLIAM FISH. CITY DYE HOUSE. Ho. 892, eor. ef Fifth aad Ston Street. THIS IS OSE OF THE OLDEST AND moat reliable houaee In the Weat. Particular atteatlea will he given to dyeing " CRAPE SHAWLS, "! Scarlet.Crlmeoa, Balmoa and all other fancy colors Crape, Brocbe, and printed shew la cleaned to order COLORED CARPET WAHP, or all colore aept eoaataatly on head, for, Bale, wholeeale or retell at the old atand, the Dye Houee- DOUBLB cV eiNOLB COVERLETS, made to order for euetomare. Ami all alsds of It u K sj ss r e I a , manufactured la the ahorteat poealnle time te suit auatoiuera. Agood ateva of Carpete ooaetaatly aept CASH paid lor good carpet raga, aw carpet rags ta ken In exchtcge force rpet. I Bm very tbanatful to the public for their generems patronege, and reipeetfully .oll.lt a continuance ol theaamc. f aprso-lwilAlyw WM.TUHNKR. A Good Speculation! TH E Subscriber will cell at private eale, hia farm, ountatnlng 1901 acree, aituated la Miami iiwn;, vai, w. Miin .eet vi irvj, mm. iroy ana Spriogneld Turnpike Boad. Thle larm con taine about SS aerea of good (arming land, and th. balance la heavy Umber. There le oa the premleee two goeo weiia oi never-lalilng water, and a coo. barn aoJ houee, and other n caeca er out-Bulldlnf e. For rurther particulara.aad terma, Inquire ol the suheortber, co the premleee. jr. JL, lteston ' KEEPH, in connection with his enpply of Woolea Menuiaeturer-a artielee, a large and full aeeortmeat of India Bubher Belting, Pecking Peeking Hocc, Ae. W oul.l eepeelklly call the atten tion ol Mlllcra. Meaulaoturere anU Maehlalale t. my atockof BeltlBe:, which ia hfly per cent, cheeper then auy other kind ol Belting Utt power aad dura bllltv. Haa also a. aaa uemg Leather, Ben Hooka, Warpe, Machine tarda, Beede.Ae. 302 SECOND ST, DATTOK, apriv-lyw -IS DR. A. EOKHEtT WOULD reepeotfully annoane to tha eitliene ef Davtoa and vicinity, that a. haa permanently located lo the city of Daytoa for th. f tactioeof nleprweeeioa. He would call the at entlon of thoee who arc afflicted with chronic dia aa.ac u hie eueocea'ut treat Meet ol Dy.pepela, Liv er Complaint, Scrulula, la Ita varlouedevelopmrnte. m.ee.ee oi ne irtjng. un iniuei, Jiiaeaace OI tne Sua, Ulcere, Ac. And all Thrrnltirr anile rtlaaalls. reullar to Fern alee. OH IL K That formerlv ooeuuled bv Dr. Va. Tuyle, Third .tree!, weel of the Pbllilpa Houee. neetoenee, vie wcei rim re. t. orrm Hovai, from It.. A. M.. sad from l to S, P. M. RirLRENCK T. C. BB, Jo.Hna a Kate, David humma. Mlduletewa. Bev. Jons BkMr.ir. . Rev a. C. WoavxL, D. H. KcasiT. SI U. Treatoa, O. . ft. Porrka. M. D . Hamlltoa. O. Rev. t a, U41M. M. D., beea MUa, Cairo. As eaperrenee ot elateea rears la err. red aa aa Inder-caneat to the aatiatea. myse-Cww Light for the Million ! Cost only One Cent an Hour. Til E introduction of MACE'S PORTABLE OA CBNk'RATOB lalo thia city haa demo. atraUdtheiaeteoBaaloualydeclrcd, theltiae Llovrr la now within the reach of all. It aet only Llt-HT the plaaee of I N UUHTHV aad the M ANelONSol tb. W K ALTH V, but will die pel th. aerkaeee true, the HUM fcS ol thoee ia the humbler walkaol Ilia, rea der! ng them chccrtul Bad happy, hy laoing6Ar withta their meaua. Call at J. Langtloa A Bto.-e Hardware Store, Mala atreet, Dayton, and wttneee the eueeeeelul triumph ol thia light over all .there. All the beautiful and varloua dvalgua or LAMPS, BRACBh IS, PENDANTS, aad CH ANUSLIKRa.tor Halle, Perlore, and churchee, which serve the double purpoeee si OBNAMaNTaad LIGHT, eoa etaaUy on head aad ready to put MP oa ahort ace tiee. Arraufemeau can be made with the under aigaed lo light locates t.uai.. aa, Halls, areaae. Snore aud RsaipkJKaa, aa favujabl. lerme, and warraatedtogtve aaUeaclte.. t all immediately, while the i.aitrtrk le guod, aad make your eciee- uoae. w. a w. , L. WlNCHaXL. eprtl-lyweemAdiwemaee Stray Cow. CTRATKD frost the andareiirned, In Day- O to., a. the Sth day of April, I US, a track milch Cow, being a Hi hi brio-lie, with a white lace Aay reran, giving me lalo reaction co that 1 may get her aiela, will be liberally rewarded. , lei lUw w M ABV M. MOBtHODIX, AdaalMlstrutor'a Na-llecj. iiit NOTICE ia hereby gives that the undr-r elgatt. we. thle day appelate. Admlnl.tratot o the eetau eS Andrew ica-.b.a, tat. e4 atyeo g.mary oouaty, 4.. .aaei, MOO sTiPBANB, my l awsy AdmleHUraKef.