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TUK DAILY EMPIRE!
JAM KB MoLAIW SMITH & CO,
l.ulUali-t- and l'ropHetore.
I'cr Weak (nayable e Carrier.)... . to
"r mail, er w i no
WILMER Hi BBLVIL.LE,
ATTORMfl 2T-A.'T-L.A. w,
orri()K)lrtUiiil Uara.r Third
and data elroela. aullla4ni
Attorney a ; Law
llff IDKt Ma 01 Jul lar.tri street,
opposite the Pftstoflce,,
ODLIN & C AH ILL,
Attorneys' and Counselors at Liw,
ftaraaa'e Balldla(, Third etrat.
A-ttorno" and ISTotarv.
WlLL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
tntruUud to him with dilis-unco, promptness, and
i u.-.oon rhlrd ttr.et, over LebensburgHr'a Cloni
ng Store. nov'15-dwly
C. lT V AULA N bTc HAM,
Counsellor at Law,
TILL PRAOTICK IN THE SEVERAL
STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. .
mco Wurman's new uuil'lint;, oppotlto Pott
,rce. , i . inttf
Francis c. bicelow,
Attorney- art -Ijaw
t ricK-In Wurman's new building, o)ipoito
Post Oin.ce. Jultf
JKOKOB W. noUK. ,IOHH 4. M'MIHON.
HOUK & McMAHON,
Ittorneys at Law,
UiUi'.e No. Utt Third street, East of Main.. , .
Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc.
Dr C. McDERMONT,
Surgeon General . of . Ohio.
IPFlCE-CUItNEIl Tlllltl AM) WILKINSON
STItKKS, 1A VTUX, OlflO. nplll J
DR. E. JENNlN'fcsTTTf
Pimt Burgeon Camp lienuison, oilers hUfci-'
I'HYSIOIAN A.SU SUUOF.ON.
to Che eiti.unt of Dayton anl vicinity
t IICK-Xo. kt Ludlow St., between
! and 4th,
Where lie may no I'onu't at all hnnrs.
tlefereiices Drs. J.C. Kcevu, J. Dsvis, .I.W.
IHetricli. ' - epHI-iltija
CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN,
J313 THIltO STREET,;
A.KK PREI'AIIED TO 8 K H V K AS
AUCTlO.NKEItS in country and city, or will noil
'4ooiU on cousianincut.
.1. K.OHUiBTOPHF.rtand '
DAV 11) C'LAKk.
DYSPEPSIA J '
' Ionio is a fowx'n-
TaltKl pruparatlna of Roots amlliH.rbs. with
bntiau-iiU and carminatives to atroiiKtbon
tUe stomach ud nervous system. It i.s
certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Indland'
tloa. Nervousness, Loss of Appetite. Acl lis
ty of the Stomucli, Flatulency and Debility
It is not alcoholic, therefore partieularlv
iuited for Weak, Nervous ami Dynpcpt '
persons. For sale by all Druggists every J
where atll per bottle. '
PILE REMEDY ,
Bh cured thousands of the worst? eases of
Biiatl and bleeding Tiles. It gives iuuue
dlate relief, and elic'cta pefiniinattt-etire
Try it directly. It Is warranted to cure.
iSrr sale by all Druggists at 80 et."pfr
COUGH BAJLS AW
Is warranted to be the ouly r preuaratlo"
known to cure CotlKhs, Colds, Iloarseneff
Aithma, Whooping Cou)?h,Chr'onloCouli.
Cousuinptlon, Bronchitis and Oroap. It
Inir n ru d rod from Ilonev and Uerba.it
.'lieilniKt softening, aud expectorating, an '
particularly suitable for all affections of tlijj
Throat and Luiix.
For sale; by Uru)rflsu
Q. W. LOWE
Whole ale and retail
H at removed to i .1
NO.XHIKD 9'L'ltEK t. .:. .t..DATONlOtf a
LAOI&S'Traroliotf TrunJts, GcDUeinen' 1rv-
I uwur itrieH ttiau ttiuy uu b urclitul ib t .0 .
s innfttior lwbr. t . . . t . j i v ,
Corner Ttilrrt nail flaMn utiwetft, HniHHtant tfi
b. FeCHlRCmLL , .Pfuprlelor
rtim popular Houi ha rtM-ently Ucen ro-mod-let
I t.D'1 t-Mtru-iKl'ly rerttto.l u'I runuvtticil,
ju l it now upeiifd to lUtt public u inter nw u
luce. It ii convtiuiuaiilv JocAttid to tlia lttuiDHht
ji'irlion of Hie oily, mb4 L uvur iliu rilroai tlfiMtk
No in wilHe).vrf4 t-mkft it :(tiB jt-c!
tioiuu of Hamilton. OiaoibuM run to and from
nil LiaiDtt. ijruoil MaMiaf ttia preutiHU. jo)7JL
FIRST 8TRtET,(HKAU tla" THE IUII.N.I
HAH Jasl raaalvtii! a lurfrrraia and-coaapWM4
stock of , . . v ,i x
Groceries,1 cf All .Kinds
roit hai.v-on'E miNDR;n iinriiu i
Smith'a beu Family Klour. an ek tra artl la. '
Two Car Loads Michigan feacl.Wow fotAtoei
1'iva liundrt-d barrel ba wl t'ultr. '
, . je.JilMa", Jfir.iStMt
MAD RIVE '.E'iiiC-E;
Uavinx put up tha Isi fe.t and must inli it kuv
ol l UK ever put up In ui ouy.ajul iiviik lauruaii.
ed my (acdltieft fordUivcrniic,lftiaprMparadi4iflt
a Dwrder. proaiptly, iu auiail or lartfe itwoutuiea,
WfouawiU pan daily thruunb all pari uX. u
Ice ran be luul al all tiuui. at raj' fctui'a
I1AAO 111. MM will act a foreman, of Uilt
branrh of my buttncfcs.
Orders for HAl'KNT KISPMVtf Iliad awry
afuriieoa. . Ulva W a trial.. t , : it Bl M M, .
alarch 4, lb t
l-dluu I ti'fct liea ol J.j.ul..
orall kin. I., printed -with aoataoaS ana rni
acts, at .
he; Daily Empire.
DAYTON, O., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1807.
From the Chicago Times, July 6.]
A Daughter of a Wealthy New
A Daughter of a Wealthy New York Family Elopes with a Rascal---
He proves to be a Gambler
and Drunkard, and Deserts Her.
Yesterday morning a drspcmte nttenipt
to coininit stiichlowiM nintle by a married
Inily named Kli;atM'th Warner, residing at
No. 1U4 South Ilnisted strt-et. wblcli but for
the prompt manner in which relief and an
tidote were administered, would undoubt
edly have been successful. Family troub
les, the dissipation and desertion of a de-
riti rl ; ImsbamL the 1 (lestraetlon dw iher
liilwini'J Itmaluiilii v! of i iiinarnip
(w Ki a aii UiMiiltMHt:. indb tnfaitir-
eranee, tli ronif li his means, of the ties
which linked her to respectabilitv and
wealthy relatives, were the impelling mo
tives of the ra-h not, Home years aro. Mrs.
Warner resided In New York city, the only
(hiiiglitectif ,oue of., the, tuost peanble
famUles. rlle JMreribj, rno-ed ltb wealth
artil oecupyinjf aliiu social position, be
stowed upoi: her an education suited to
their wealth and standing, and adapted to
the requirements of the brilliant future
which they hud anticipate'! for her. Dur
ing her years of tuition at the school of
Madnrue Huffman, she finr11ii0destiuely
the acquaintance of her future husband.
Henry Warner. Like all young Indies ot
a certain age. she was endowed with a
gushing degree of romance and given In
solitude to the construction of airy castles,
and peopling them with, masculine ideals.
Her intercourse With ths.it Wss but limited.
I aud w hen Warner tirst made her acquaint
ance sue saw in nis naniisome race her Ideal
rwUiK(uVJ(tvwacasy tlieuirrf etuid ootn-
iMWi H H. 4 J 3 3 I i i
riieir subsequent, iiftervlew s were nu
merous, and notwithstanding the e.xclusive
iicss of the seminary and Us strict vigil
ance, Warner and his future wife main
tained mi unbroken correspondence and
held frequent Interviews. They were ns
hUsroo' liijttilsk lf- a foitngcj aisoVrCif Var
ir, fH f:iiit;lnnnai fif ;t lie VoIkkjI,
and looked wftli favor upon the love of her
brother for her fair schoolmate, it Is
needless to add that the surreptitious In
terviews were but the precursors of a se
cret marriage and an elopement. The
young lady had some property In her own
right, bequeathed her by a bachelor uncle,
and asshe-stooAnpon fire thrAdiliold of her
eighteenth year she executed a power of
aiiorney aiuiiorr'ing Warner to cJS'Trt
hit lnneritance tnio stoekh and money.
When tins was efleeted they were nrlvntelv
tnartied at midnight by a prnmlnent New
t or cwrif i an aaa be lor Uie next
liigauroav 4liy Were fcr'tMl elieir jour
ney to the great West. It was not until
the next morning that the absence of the
young laily was noticed at the action and
then the utmost cnnsieniation prevailed.
jut parenrji were iniormea nt iicr disap
pearance, search was instituted In every di
recUun.but Jio clue her.wjtcrttiiuouts
w!W4utaiai'd,cniittl the tlljjht tf theyltl
aqu tier lover was uisciosed oy iMIfSttar
ner. Slic told all. the love, the marriage,
the elopement. The parents were over
powered with shame, at the conduct of
their child, but from that moment tbev
discarded her. removed her portrait, from
the family drawing-room, and never bv
word ,waa iiieution, Hindu of -the orrinf
deiiHhtert The Invert cami to !hlcairo.
engaged a Biilt, of rooms at the Tremont
House, and, reveling In the buoyancy of
ineir nueciioii anu tne vivacity of J'outh
passed ue U'ne uleasanUj; avvay. They
never Wrote to Aew York. , im 'llt o.l n
conscioWf b errt f rsstr WKys, but
inn, tiiLt.-iiiiLiii a reconciliation witn the
gin s parents.
About nix juioutU- nJW their arrlTal.
Warner's atfeciioiuor Ids fair a lfc caldhl.
td. ptfrUprLoie uWinevatid beibre-a Tntr
had crowned their matrimonial career the
innate rascality or the man beiran to maul
fest itself. He frequented the ginning ta
ble, and sqiminlewd. .recklessly she money
w hich his wlW Inherited, until, at the ter
mination of two years of wedded life, the
couple found themselves with an Infant
ctiiidauit penniless. W amer had also con
fracted a thirst for liquor, and night after
niaot. hi drunken form was brought to the
door of her chamber by the porter of the
hotel. Often during these debauches he
would apply terms jpf indelicacy to his
loving wife, and not infrequently would
lie resort ro physical abuse.
vt hen the mohey was exhausted, the
couple removed to the house on Halsted
street and lived there cheerlessly and un
happily, often without the means of pur
chasing a meal. Warner still frequented
iim icnuimit m-ii, iiiaiiagco lo raise a "Stake
occasionally from which die wmClnn
reaiizeu irequentiy lose," "Abcnrt ' Ml
months ago he got employed as a dealer In
a faro bank, but was soon discharged on
account of his driuikr bablM.-t lie then
telt tne city ana v&K ueatMlkaatvs where.
deserting the wife who bad sutt..rpil .n,l
sacrificed all for his sake and leaving l.pr
with a sickly infant to buffet the waves of
aavcrsity as ocsiMUp-flijlU. The poor wo
man was heart-broken at his cruel
conduct, but lived on in hopes
mai un wuuiu soon return. Through
tbel r1t of neighbors and by
OTkitig it little now and then herself, she
couti ived to eke out a precarious existence.
Yesterday, however, broken in heart and
body, she piircbasad avial of moTDhineand
endeavored td p tit Tin 'end to her miserable
life. The act was discovered by a neigh
bor, and medical assistance summoned.
Dr,L. D. lark, fit. West ya It urea tmt ,
mt)tf i siitbUrfi 4 tin wBii waBireaekadl
fiioin ner perilous position. She Is still
very low and unconscious, butstroughopes
are entertained of her ultimate recovery.
The circuujhtuuo of, iisr ; litis beeoanlng
kiiuwii iu biiiiiu tEKiiiicmnu, sicns nave peon
taken to Inform her tiaretrts ofherrfefiMra-
ble condition, .it iau) ba aoftaal rae virliah1
inuiscrction win lie pardoned and tbatolte
will be again restored to thcliapp'y home Of
her childhood, w here, secure from her de
praved husband, her future vears will ho
devoted to the) edsicr thm ef her child, and
tne making liappy ot iter pareaU'wlio for
vears were ucurived of her cmnnam- .ml
love. . - -" ..' . J
Mrs. Warner IsatiUa.vfry preaxsweaslrrg
woman, and well calculated both by educa
tion and endowments to grace the most ele
vated 01 sociircu,,. mtl w
To Tamc Bkks. Tfie'Rcoittsh' Ua'rJenrr
says to tame bees wa.liave aly toouatom .
tliem to tne lorms or numan oelngs. Jt
scarecrow placed In 4ront of the bivei nf
stinging bees is a great help. It can be
shifted now and then, and, to provoke a
general attack, place a loose, waving hand
kerchief or rag in the hands of the scare
crow. Vicious, kicking horses lisve been
completely cured by hanging hsgs of hnv
hibi tnem jin tao; st.Bis.y'i M k.,M
atinfSlntrged 4t thUi Mil Itielr atrengthj
was completely exnausten. v. lien their vice
and folly left them, so that they quietly
tolerated the bags to dangle by their sides,
aud groomf fcv ft as (he? IJlied, rin Ilka
manner theT5ees attack the waving, pro
voking handkerchief, and sting it till their
vice leaves them. That w hich scares crows
tend.s 10 ftVftKteate fc.J f Igan t
tlen where men, wdnreh and elilldreii are
often seen, and where they are not dls
turlx'd. bees are as tame and peaceable as
cocks and hcus. . . 1
Hints to Farmers.
The Trenton (N. J.) Smtinel. having
been requested by some rural subscribers
to add an "Agricultural Department" M
Itsro'tinm". Mis In with the Idea, and as a
eommencemnnt, furnishes the following
"advice to farmera."
1. In breaking up the ground In th
iprlng nlwnyg ue a plow. A hammer will
not 'answer. Ser that vour horses are
Jiltchfd at the right, end of the plow, or It
will "go back" on yon.
2. In sowing oats be careful that vonr
hOT do not Use the "wild" variety. " The
wild wlH'fnme to a head" soonest,' hut It
Is not profitable. We never knew crop
of this kind to pny expenses.
. 3. Flat land will never answer for corn.
Tf (dionld always he planted In hlll. The
former whrt tie'gleeta this caution will have
a hard row tn hoe. Four grains (avoirdu
pois weight) to the hill is the rule In plant
ing. ' Corn hi the ear Is better than corn ou
the toe. We have tried both.
4. Plant, your potatoes with the eves
downward. The enution Is particularly
necessary when "woman's rights" are em
ployed to hoe the earth over them.
" Hi To prevent the pigs from getting nt
the rlsntd corn, ring their noses. To pre
vent the chickens from doing the same,
wrin'r their necks.
fl. For getting wheat properly in the
ground a sewing machine is Indispensable.
7. Rreshnuld he put In early, say the
arst thing on getting up (n the niornlnrf.
ut few farmers require Instructions there
in. ' , V .
Fatal Result of Careless Shooting.
Mr. Fred. Vogele, who was shot with a
revolver iii the hands of Mr. John O.
Schnlthels, on the 4th. died of his wound
and was buried yesterday. Coroner Erp
niertheld an inquest on the body, when It
was fhnnrt flint the shooting was the result
f highly culpable earelessnesa In using
a dangerous weapon." on the part of Mr.
Seliulthata It seems that Vogele had
placed himself In a very prominent nosltioh
Hiid altitude, and invited Sclinltheis to hit
him If he could. Kchnltheis aimed the pis
tol at him. accidentally discharged It. and
mortally wounded him. He. of course,
was terribly grieved at the result of the
affair. He watched constantly at the
wounded man's side until he died, and after
he was taken Into custody attended his fu
neral, in company with an ofllcer.
Coroner Emmert held an inquest, yester-.
day, on the body of John M.iytun. wl'
dropped dead of npoplexy, on tho 4tli.
An Anecdote of Bismarck.
A correspondent of the Courrier de$ Elatt
Unit tells a characteristic story of Count
Bismarck. It appears that the count Is not
fond of Ices and confectionery, but that he
has n healthy German appetite for bear.
On the evening of the ball at the Prussian
embassy tie called for his favorite beverage
M.detiiilty took him Into the garden and
showed him a keg snugly placed tinder n
tent, lilsmarck drank, iit a cigar, and sat
uown. n nenevcr thirsty promenaders
approached the tent he courteously tilled
tneir mugs, not neglecting his own. In
this nscfu! and Innocent occupation he
spent the greater part of the evening.
DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD.
Oa and after Thursday, July l,lBGS,tralniwill
ran on this road at follows:
M al I , leave Day tou 1 :00 a m
r-iprest, leave uay ton x :00 pm
F.xnrotM, arrive at Dayton ,...10:46 an
tall, arrive at Clayton a. 8:40pra
ah iiiuy. minis i"r iiuiianaponi direct.
DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS
. . , CHANCE OF TIME.
Three Daily Trains Kait Tla Colnmbus.
Through : , tint from DayUm to alt Wotttm OUUt.
Tralnt run br Culumbat time, which is teres
minutes faster than Iiayum tiuo.
ThrouxliTioketsran be hail for all KatternCUiet
oy caning an t. t-'i. uustl, llrket Agent.
K. W. WOOUWARn. Sup't.
ma 4 Clneinnati.ohio.
: : P" Dayton, ohio. ,
ACTHOaiKKD CariTAL. .
, . lOO.USJ
OFFICB-sMTUIBD ST .OI'P, I1U8TOS HALL
FI1! 1IB 'HAillT IISIS T1III
Ourront Xta ett e .
.1 Vt'tiffefe Dlokfer. - . Jonnilia. KBny,
WlUiaui Arnol.i, lltiffb Witfrtm.
(inorgs? A. OroTt . Abraham CahtU,
Jotia Wlg(fhD, ' rlamiltoo M. Turner.
WIIXIAM OlOhrtY. President.
. . -v. JONA, HAAStlMAaV. ircaaurnr. I
W, H.gH,W-r,Krry. . , . vale
Central Jnsgraitce Company,
I ji op dattoi. '
. ftlOO OOO
Off ICR-VatVl, s,t tlOanf Main ttreat, (betwata
eoan aaf TUirtiatreeu,) Ustm, O.
fire i'ailiUlIlie iasursaui Policies Ittusd upon
U iletcrlptlont of building!, machinery, and
(lock, for ova ter t M, aU upon dwelling
boutei anh houtehoU goodt fortbrea jeart.or aur
lettterm, at reasrmahlo rates.
Botaser rnsacross-IIenry Htrrman. Bohert
Ckantfon. Andraw Gump, Vearct W.Sktsr, Han.
ty . suwior, w. b Harrow, . K, I. Fslkerlh.
i I J i BUItKY IltltlMA.Vri'resUJcat.
Asraosr STlriiANS, Secretary. ,
JatWSnt " " JiCOt STtrssst, Surveyor.
,.'.".. MUS. M. CLABK'S
Cloak sind Dreia Manufactory
BetB una Children' Clothing
CORMKR MAIW AST) SECOND RTLEITS,
I - ...i Earaaca-1 Matn Slrea. -"'"
" ' Aleaasanurarturcref
Xlr ' El G- A Xj I jSL .
r0B tiOOD TiMI'T.Atts, VASONS.ODD fEL
I ' " ' 1.08, 40.
, sWls rnnsHhcd, and orders 81 led promptly, at
lawert artaaa. ;
i Raraaaitaia Pavtna, Troy, Rprlnf teld, PIO.SS
tal Cippm-.iua 'J'vmperaaca iHlget.
fathaaawltktaf aouiet rapatrvd la ksatr that
J A M E tl . tlO U (1 I A 8 8
TfAA opened a rcpairluff abopon L.idlewalratt,
IX be au, battar known at lhaald Miami sncina
hvusa. wberebe Itprapurail la atUrnil to fru.ml
Jobhiaf la Ibaeariianlaimit kad toiilraelius hull.
nest. Those luvorlnK bun with work may rtly
that ba wilt aadoavar to fire tatlafaolloa, at mod.
. raiaitnr ypslied wltb heatnest aid
despatch. uiaiM,w; .dSa J.t8 Iml 1I.AS
OTICK It hereby (riven that the undersigned
11 has this day lKMnduly appointed and qimli
fled as the Kxecutorof the last w ill and testament
oi . .marine tivcrlxilser,
gomerv ' o"ntv, I lino.
deceased, lute of Monfr-
IS hereby given that Simon lluimrartncr, an In
.'anteil appreuth-e to llenrv Frank, hns led
the emplnyniciit ol the undersigned, and thi. It to
eautfon all person, not to hurls.r or tri.Ht him on
my aeeount. HkllKCCA KLkY
Adnnnittrati-is oT the e-stnte ol llt-nrv Frank, de
ceased. July 4, 'el-atw' aS.
JAMK9 N. l.OP'ii-et al vt Kllsalipth Teet
al. Superior t-iurt.case No. a 60S In oliedl
eure to the command ol an order ol partition Is
sued by the Superior l ourt ol MontR-rmiorv coun
ty, Ohio, and to me ditectctl. 1 will onVr 'for sale
on the premises herein described, in M intgomery
County, Ohio, on
Saturday Augvt 10.18(17,
At oVIorV r u , the rnllowlng described real es
t.ite. to-wlt : Situated III Hutlev 'l'owii!ihlp, In the
I pointy or Sloulsoinery, and Miate of Ohio, and
beinir tilty stores ol laud off the eist si'lu of the
southeast quarter of section twenty (HO), town
thin three (), ranee til (ii), east. In said tow nthlp
and county alot-p.nid. w ith all the pi ivileget and
aiipurteiiance. thereto belongiua. Haiti l',tin list
a ifood log house and a H'iod liaru mid uther out.
oiiimiug. anu is nne IHIIO, w itnin one anu a Hal
miles ol (Jhambursliura.
e-aid resl esiuui hat lee' appraised nt 140 per
acre, subject to aoow-er interest ol Kligaheth C.
Islye diirins: her natural lite, and cannot tell or
te.s tnsn two-tnir:s tlie appral.ed value thereof
lermt or sale: onc-thtiu ensn on dKT ol tale
andoue-thlrd in one ) ear, and oue-thinl In two
years from day of t-ale. Deterred pvmentt to
near interest, uuu to lie securea ny moi tKaae on
tne prcmnet. " i ll. i. 1 1.-' i
Hherlg Alonta-ouiery Co
Ooitfi ft Cillll.t,. Attorneys.
Willinm T. Kliy, I'laititilT, against IlcleccK Jane
Common 1'luiu Court, Monlgomery Couuly, Ohio.
nKHKCCA JANK K II Y. in the rountv nl lint
XV ler, rtn.l state of iiio. Ii nntitli'it t lint Wllllum
t KUV Uld on the lWlh (l.iv ut A itril. A . D. ltM7,
file hl petition In the ( mirt of t oniinon I'leai
within ami lor ttiM wimtyof Moot iromary and
State ol Uhlo. iirayttiK that hi? mav Tm (livoirt1
Irom tho naiil Hchrii-ru Jane Khy, which petition
wlllstaml for heurtnic at I hi- next term of uid
uoun. t tiiife Adulirry. WILLIAM r . KHY.
OEO. W. MoVKR, Atl'y. niH(.'fl7wi87
titiorire A. Cirove. nflmlni'.tratrtr of Upnrv 1'itict
duuoaned, . .loafph 11 uict, John Unlet and Mi
Trohute turt of Montgomery County. Petition
to bi II land.
M"V John lluiet, of Ho wind Countv, Indiana, and
X Minerva V intctioiisc and VYllliiiin liitctiniihe,
ol aiurion (.ouiitv. Indinna; You are hi -ri-hv in
formed tiiatou the 3d day of Juno, A.I.1H7. Raid
Administrator filed li ia petition In the 1'robntu
Conrf of Montgomery I ounty, thlo. Die ohject and
prayer 01 wincn petition .ft 10 onirttn an oturr. Ac
lor the sale of thi lollowiiiK real est.de (ol v bich
ttic said iienrV IluiCt U:t;d suixed,; to pay the
dehtn of said decedent, to-trit: T!"' Homestead
aud one and oi e-lntlt lots upon Mh'cti the sairi
Henry Huiet resitleil at the time of hit decease, in
aiiamisuurg, Montgomery Lonnty, umo.
liKOKUK A. GROVK,
Administrator Of Henry lluiet, ileceitried.
Adam clay. All y. Junctt ftT-dUvs4L-4U
A HOMESTEAD FOR $5
2,000 Farms and 10,000 Building- lots
Gold and Oil Regions of Virginia
To be told In Sliarei of
As follows :
1 Farm of 100 arras, coutalulne a Gold
Mine rained at $ 3S.0Q0
I Farm of SO a res containing Ctial
Oil, valued at. . 10 000
8Karmot 00 ae.res each, coutiiiniiiir
OoldOru $A,000 aoiece. 16,000
or arms ot 40 arrvt ea-h, contuinior
lOl-armsnf Sfo .cre each, oontaiuing
Coal or oil. tl.dUOaplti.-e 10,000
SOraruiBOf 10 acres earn, contain nir
Uial or Oil. $M0 :pr 10,000
liaUrarni ol a u-ren each. cuntaioiDir
Coal or Oil. fiot) apioi e 16,000
JOOKappahannoi kCitv Lots, 900 by 100
feel each, fN) apiece M 000
4U0 Kaupahannnck (A y Lots. 100 bv 100
fwi each, $40 auiecu . . lfi.000
400 Kapp;ihanmck City Lots, fiO by 100
leeteai-h $a0 u pi eee 8.000
WO itappuTianroi.'k City Lots. br 100
feet each. $10 apleeu 8.000
8, UUU nnon City Loti, X by 100 fuel each.
ft apiece 40,000
10 800 fihares, amounting to. $jo uoo
Certiflcatea of then Hhares will be Inclosed in
enrcloM-s exactly alike, aealetl up, miaud ult
toguthvr. nuiubeied on the out.ldt; and deposited
luooxes subject to pub.ic InHhertion. Any ier-
aon sending AO ciiim ior the t-ertinYntu can order
any num er he uuy chooM n he is b leaned wit
what the certiUdite call lor, he can then nend $$
and obtain a du d lor lheland.no icntier what it
may Iw, v. hether a 1 ot m nrth from 8rto!80 or a
Farm worth trout 1W to'SoOOO All rarms worth
ovci Il,0u0 will u9 reiU-euiudta tireeuhai.k, should
it be pit itrred. suUiect to a dvdiictitm of SO i
eent. to cover expense of aiet, Jte.. Anv nunilicr
of shares o-in he luken or Indivitluals Cluhs w ill
be received at 10 per cent Ji:oufii, with an extra
certltlcate to the getter up of the; club.
Addretts. with money, and ttamp lnrlocd for
rviurn poiiagv. r.. ii vi itn,
liappHnannork (Jity, Culpepper L.. Va ,
Via livaivton HtHliuii. and A R It
P. S Kappahamiock CHv U in the mhUt o the
aanlsl tninlu. .lltlij.,, i a, f'.. .....a
Clifton in tb ooai and oil reiion. lu Muianau
County, on Louisa Fork of liig Mand Jitvar.
The snares are sold so cboup to lutiucv imroigra
Uod and setilemeut. JuuCU
FEVER AKD AfiEA.M CHILLS.
. . Tni bst KKtiniy to cpbr, ia
DAVIS PAJN KILLER.
OlRECTIOKS FOR IU USK.-TA KK
threteapoonsful of the Tain Ml ler in about ball
filnt of hot water well weeiatii with mol.ttu!, ai
he attac k is cominv on, hathinx freely the chest
bark and bowels with the mcli.'lne, at the same
time. Keueat the dose in t
senly ininiite If the
first dose not slow Uie chill HhouUI it uroduo
vemltlng and it probably will if the sLomaob n
very foul), take a little Pain Kilter tn cold water
iweatenefl with sugar artr each spasm. I'ere
veranoe ia the above treatment haseurtx jsany
Severe and ohitlnaU- caseb ol this dtseaaa.
80LI BY ALL MEDICINES UAMLJ8.
19 barehv given thit Joseph Fenfttermaker bas
been duly appointed and titallfie1 at Adm(nl
tratorof the estate of .Ios'ph Iloch, defeated, late
of Montgomery Cuntv Ohio
lated this 8th day of June, ltktvi wt W
CATHARINK ZEHRING'S k.tate.
OXthetlst day of Jnue A. l.,1tW7. the under
tirnfd whs apiiointed and qnaltfled Kxi t uror
of the wlH ofCth'trlne Zt-hrmg, late of Mont
gomery t.ountv. Ohio, Ueeeae I
June 87, tn-v.81-48 OKOltOE A.GUOVE.
The New Star Clothing Store.
ALL at 75 JeffTton ulrcet where i
a lanre aseortmentof Clothing, i
nrlet Also a large sim k or halt, ('apt, and g tu1
iMin'tforeet th. plara. the atsr Oothluv atora.
No 75 .IfAVrtou street, three ihsirs aiuitb of'he
Market House M. MAKTaTKlX.
Juu. a. 18(11 dim
FrtOM (he tubsct luer. living south of la ton In
tb. hull. tins know, at the Hospital Bulldlnr
two milk ooa t oneuf ihem sntlivlv n-hite botb
of the homt dmoiios hut one ron.ilerall lower
lean tli. Iher Iho nther a deep red. borna turnup
forward. Itoth f-esh. A lils-ral rewsrd vi ill be
paid far Inf rnislon leadln.- to theirretnrn to
J not 17, 47 .Hi mill k.1, UabLAM.
H. I. It. Tools.,
(Lata Examiner and Vr-mherof th1 lioaril of Ap
peal of failed Statea Patent Office 1
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
And Counselor in Patent Cases,
OPril K-Southeast corner of Ponrth ard Wal.
nut, i .'iKcltt.N ATI. t). Ma-M,'f,7 dly
J. M. STAKE Jt SOX,
Manufartarers aad daalara In
Na. T4 JTesraraaai streal,
(Opp. Market H Jute,) i
Sella at lowest Prioei. Com and See.
Slay 4, lW7-dly .
Owned end Oparatad by .
Our Merchante and Manufacturers,
Caxrtaa toy Kxpraaa,
Money, Viluiblea, Freight & Perceli,
Over mora tlias ' '
13,000 mllet of Exprett Line,
And to mora than
FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES,
And through them to
Mora than 4,000 Cities end Tewnt,
At Just end Liberal Rate,
Based on DISTANCE and COST.
Our Lines are constantly Extending,
AMD will toon evnwd thotw run -J ttetn the
AnMrtoan and U. A. Express Ue's.
Over $100,000 per month
Ars now hvihI to Express Shippers by this Com
pany, and this flavtna ean be ataee i-ainn bp
eoDtinulDl t)t samp bbvral patmnKge hithnrto (W
en It. aVxpenenee assura war vaocsis, and noavtnoat
w that vi mif rvty upon the public oonAdeace ud
support, wbiok we lope to surtt alvays. 4
Office, No. 58 Jefferson Street,
Feb. 19. 1867-d3m K. 811 ITH Aftnt.
GITAUDIAN'S Sa7-EOF REALK8TATK.
T X pursuance of an order and dworeoof 1S Pro-
X bateCouVtof Montgomery County, Ohio, made
111 a cause pencil ! i''
liunkhotf, by her gnaw.11
it ivoun.vs oereia rraneee
nelKloner. ami luid arrt unit fibers ara defend
ants. 1 shall offor lor sale at the uoor of the GouT.
house in sa'u county, on Saturday, the BOca dap ef
juiv, iwii, miHovxiori r, , mo following ue
cril)et real estate, situate In the elty of Dayttaa,
county of Montgomery, and State nl Ohio, to-wit:
Part of hit numbered sixteen hundred, aadetxty
three (1,H13). said part of said lot fronte twenty
six feet and three inches un JvSereon street, aud
runs back the same width to an allay, and is tba
north part ol said lot No 1,063
Tortus of dale One-third of the purchase money
to be naid on the dav of sale, one-third la mnm
year, aud oue-third In two years Irom said day of
aie, to ovar iniercsi irom oaj 01 fate, ana on se
cured bv mortiraate en the iremises.
8aid lot Is appraised at 8uo, and can not Sell Un
less thau two-thlrus of the appraJst-d value there
of. LAWRavNcU liUTZ.Jn,
Guardian ot Frances IteukbolT.
Josh J. A ci kh 11 am. Att'v for Petitioner
Uuyton, O.June 18. 18o7. Iunel8-dltw4t-l
ivoiasuitung piease copy )
Who Wants Bargains. s
ARTIN BOM WEROER, REAL
tfal'ATK AUK NT, 1A 1 TON , Oil 10 ( has for sale.
Twenty Houses and Lou ranging from f00 t
AIo six Farms three In Darke, two tn lfont
aroruerv anil one in Van WertCountv.
The unduKigued ean always be fonnd vt tbe
Ohioduuranoe tiittoe, when not out on busioese"
or at tuts rost urnoe corner,
liuys and tell property. Terms liberal
LEGAL NOTICE. '
I8IMKL CILMKHT, who res idee tn tie Mate
of I ml 1 tin 11, and Isaac (ttlbert, who resides in
the State 01 Maryland, will take notice that Ceo.
W Moyer. adiiiimlrator of tho estate of Isaac
OHberr, dec nft ti, ou the day of June, A M.
18117, llled bis petition in the Probate Court within
and for Iho ounty of Montgomery, and State of
ohio, alleging that the personal rstate af dd
due caned U IninrtUleiit to pa bts dhre ad the
i-burgi' of admihicte ring bis estate ; that be died
seized in tee Pimple of the following real estata,
tituate in said con ly, to-wit; Afeing tl e souUi
piirt of the northeast quarter of seriii.n fourteen
tU). township four (4), range tvtir (4, eat, aad
hounded as lollowi: urgintimg at the aouthaeat
corner of said Quarter, aad niDniaa thaoicaM mii
the tonth line ol said quarter north 64 deg.,
CBl IUI flu IWIH, 1U Ulf UIIMICflRI tUIMril MAO
((ii irti r ; thence with the set tion line uortb I dg
west 80 98 100 voles to a atakei tbetu-e hoith aXk.'
flt-if , en 1B7 8-10 iKdea to a btate ou the mi lin
01 said quaitert tbem-e euntti Vt deg.,easttOIS t00
puio( 10 uic piaee 01 oririnning, containing tavniy
aoies And Utut Julian (Hllfrfc, aa n idow of said
decedent, it entitled to doMr in said prvtoises.
The praerof said Drtittonri for the iiuifiMni
of dower to the bhmI Ju'l n CiHwrt. and for a kale
of said preintee. snliinct tu such do war estaSa. aor
the i-ayment o the del.ts and charge afuraid. ,
h 1 iii uettunn witi na for aeartue am ihanthfia.t
of July. 18t7, or as sooii tbeieaner as leave ran be
obtaiui-d. OKO. W. MOVKIt,
Ad minis rator of Isaac Uilbert. doe'd.
TUJHD eTsUUET, ,
A. tPabia, Age.1.
18 HOTEL HAS RKCEXTT.Y BFFV
oiiened, and It prepared to aaoommodat.kraTal.rs
anu tne uuuucaouarauy ia tae aaal atria.
X. r. rOTTLE,
Horse Shoeing Shop, .
COII. ST. CLAIB ANBTIiiRUKT.,l)ATTO, V
Sting ettahitthed my thop at Its ahor. loca
i, I will aire partlenlar atlantlnn to tho.tr.
sv. that Tnterleia. urara riaihlMri wlih ...nj
erarkl and 'rout rrarkt. and "lbo-kini " uutr.
raiiu-. tallslactiou oa all aork. cbauet raaaoa-
aura, 'at asm
N OTICE It twrabr give, to- wb.ts at may eoa
rem. thai 1 hive this dav h.it .nMin,H
rrn, thai I h
aod aualiHed as AdmiaiatraSorof Uarvwy KUnen
ard, Ute of Montgomery countv, Ohio, uavcasad.
All HDMI having el. ms r.lnss ih
th. tald Harvey llTaacasra, ara rvqulrad la aea
s.nl the a n.a to ma. and all pereoei ladabaMl at
am v.iaie a' . rcu,uuen ai seiu. uia tame life ms
nr, nai y,. unsrts,
Ailinlantrttorof Hsrnv Blaarbsrv), dae4.
LEO A I. NOTICI. i . m
TIIKndrtitaalbt.beadnly aapolta Ad.
ruiaistratur ol the estate af Patae saaftr, lata
of Monluiimrrr t'ouatv. tbto, dearaaaa
Julie ft. iBf!7 Sw WILLIAM At'VT.
HAVIVO told ai) aullr.,tockarvags. ...
tAS Tblirl ttr.-t. to Xelta A BanuattV both
well known hatlnvat m.a. and comiel4-.t flrua
si.ls Tea aosimuaiti aao taaor thaat vita their
cii.toin. aevd bave no ream bal that laay m'U a.
fairly and ho....lly dealt wilb. V W
Jun.lT.iesi. f, x. WALTEKI
NOTICK OK COPARTNCHSHtP.
Tha tindertlgtied Msrlng parchsted Ik entlr.
tuk of lirug. ao of l.r f A Wattm. tl
llurd.tr at. will evauaaeth. banaw. attoaaia
stand to long and favurablv kaqwa. , Wa aaaaaa
by rlote atUntioo to bu-laet, and tallies trucllaa
a-aods anly, to meet . lion si thara ot riitnlr raT
rona. LAO 4, BUBrrTT
JuueH, 'Sl-cllw.v.4141 aaaarn.
M ANTED VERC1TAVT5. IJAtPKrHS
tad Kvervu-y Wanting Good ln" VT, done to
samine I he work etaetited at Ike Cmarta alu.
oh ll,K.in,, u no ' "P'a staaai
Oa aest, ar attaiafn tt 00
WdTTha KMIHKB itfeatatea free of ottafe In
tloiTfomery county. Payment la adyai.e. Ia all
t IMI mtt
Ofarary dMertpllaa.aiamtml oa aia.ni rret,rt
a tba bast ttyl., aad at reasonable irlea.
CMP1RI BUILD1N6, NO. HO, MAI Sl
Taoass Misciss liiiee snd D rector
FOB TIIREK NIOUTS,
Monday, Tuesday aad Wednesday Krtnlngt,
4al; a, aad 10, last.
TIIS WOffDEMS OF A f.JFE'TlUKI
This traaaa eoastttt or tba aieat aatque aad
ACKOBAT8, UUBIClANr) and
, . KoI'K DANCERS,
From .teddo, Japan, Of In th. Brtt artliU tvtr
yartslttad (a laar. iba Caiplr. )
ts ill apaaa. aatb aiat a variety of their
marvelous aad astounding f.Mtt,eni b at haeaney.
.r be to re bvan tyitnsittad outsld. of tb dominion!
or Hit Hla-hneit. th. Xco a.
BIND ktK CIIKK better kn.trri at "LITTLE
AL1-WUU1," will apear,at aaUl anlertam
seat. Tbit bainf att .ntna Japan... Mtcrufna-eat,
the stage a ill b. coaduxtmi ia precit.ly the turn,
nusaaar atJn Japan. .
PKICKS OP ADMISSION:
ntett Cirel aad rerquetu IS
ramily Unit SO
Katarf.d beam 1 00
Box oca r.r tha sale of restrv.d aaata wl I be
Jmort apea, avaiajtiff, at T .'alack. Japaaaa.
appear al . o'clock pte.-ltJy.
Kimiaioer tbat ibo.. wha wlab tests aintt
tacu.a Lhem In advance for .itb.r .vaalnar.
Jai a. IMt-dSt
PKEMITme, through the eolnmnt of tbs Day
ton Cmpira, to tbanb our kind patront ia tao
uity and it. vicinity, having It uaib Uiat our one.
syttam hat Klvea entire tatisfsetion to every
y. We thoralore bav. tha atsuranso. ton
tlaulbg on to serve our ruttouiei s in lb t.mu
maoner. Aliow ut one. more to thank yon all,
trusting to bav. a tbal.ot )our kind patronage
la th. tutur.
Vary ratpcctfullT, yourt. A..,
I. P. STUAt M I1KO.,
311 Third ttraet.
Tlxo Ono Prioo
PHILIP KX0PFIt-3 OLD STAND,
StTo. max Ttalrd a9trast
W. sr. dally in receipt, from our
HiNvracTcaiKs aoiss is cincimaTi, euio.
S T "V L S 8
C L O T H I N G,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Which wa propose to sell
Than any house lu the city.
It very garment haa tha PRI11C, Im
Ao that tha aiost inrowipeteat bujer will fcbe ena
bleU to buy tu
THEIR OWNJ ADVANTAGE.
Call and .lamina for yoort.lTta.
1. P. STRAUSS 4 BRO.
ail Third eire.s.
11. 'Bl 11
THB a;losrrg ftaar.aen . A-dmlautralota. and
tba a afla"', last i"" "''" salUMMf l oa
kaecalora.f Hearr (iaUahu, J oh a Mialek. br.,
naai.l kaaialay, Joha Van t leva. WiUitiS
kerBjalharHar. Jataa hand.. i.n. a..n
Adjainisuatort. of John Beard, A uatut II. Bail.
Ja-ta W.lsrt. Abrshsnl hst Jm,J, Ilei",,..
Sara. bVbrl,Sa. kaba aad aucy FradiV-
Bak.r, William BUtr.
narvev Haner r.m w... .r tk :i.'
Sarah kaosirlr. It.ni.rvf tanagk. Weilllig'i.a
'lager, W llTtam kliagar, alarjr.re M. Klmgar,
""r' ' Il'l"wfrsc M linger, barab C.
Hagar, Laura P.. rotn,lnit t Brent, Oar
inul. f. Browi.aad Aatarl. akrowa
Jaaa II. isai-diuwlt Piokat. Juda.
THOMAS O. LOWE,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
S aiva aassrwt attaatioa taaii uim
ooaeetad aitk bit profattloa. iaeluduu caaa
kktrtkcrf ix fatnaai ttrtsrs laws
TPM B Oosassst Bsilalng, teg Third street
April sa. in-diwm
' LEGAL, NOTICK.
rKt nad.rstgned bat bean duly appointed sxJ
aetttwaftaJ MI trill and ta.laV.Io to" ?," I
Silhaittef, Utaaf Meali-waerv eauatr. ,e rte
fad. , Ite-NkV til.tsrnik
Oao. w Moraa. Au, Jua.l, WitAvvsk-i
T""1'"f '"' Tapnolnted aad
aaalleed at Administrator niwonVia ...,.
lilram aiark.r. rianeasad, i.ta of (kit t ovate
-"""-sw -w pi that UaMI.VT.
Neatly prlatad attht kktPIKI