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TUi: DAILY EMl'lUK.
JAMES Mi;LAIN SMITH &
CO,
1 ,ul!iliir' run. I'lMiiniMtor
IIKM'.Y l. HiOl'f, lliiliies Manner.
for wirk payublo in ('rrlrrai.t to
lly mull, por uniKiim In art vajficav..?. Ml
Professional Cards.
iiKoiuiu w. iioiiK. joiin a. m'maiion.
HO'JK & flcM AHON,
.VttOl'llUVH lit IjIIYV,
DAYTON, OHIO.
O ill i'ii No. 32 J I'hiril Hired, li ul of -Main .
nnv Jo-Ain .... .
J. J. 3LVILL,
A ttoru y f ; w
AND
NOTVUV I'l'V.lilC.
(IVKI'TKI mil Inlf.irnim a treat,
I lii.-it" tin.' I'oitolllf i'
inllnliv I.AYTilN.OlllK.
ODLIN & C AH ILL,
Attorney", mill Counsolors at Law,
:l ,i 1 1 ill n u , l"i r I etrnt.
I' DAY l)N, OHIO.'
F.. THOMPSON,
vVtloriio .-iiiil rsToturv,
DAT TON. Ollti I.
117
Wit.!, ati'kvi) to au, nrsi nkss
'itruile.l tn hi. ii ,t!i dili-wiicc, 1110111111111", mid
I'.iro.
1 1 lli'ii'i l'lur-l -lrt!':t;mr l.c
Ug Mtiiril.
'l-"!, n'
ii'in-.i v.r
ciis'i'irircr'a ( l-'ili-ii.ivy.Vilu-ly
C. L. VALLANDICHAM,
C o ii n :) e 1 1 o i- n. t T.j a v ,
IIAVTON, OHIO.
UT ILL PJUO TICK IN Til 3 SEVF.RAL
STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS.
-Wirmtitii now nun
.nili:
itni.
ippOHlH I (Mt
mill'
FRANCIS C. DICELOW,
Attorney- at -Xi-rt-w
DAY I'oN. 1!H.
r KICK -In Worinan- ni'w lniiMing, opp.'Mlo
l',t Olliciv J"!1L
THOM A SO .LOWE,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
DAYTON, OHIO.
WillitiveciiiomiMii'iiiiiinoiii iii ; ; " :
on li d ilh lii iruii'biuii
uuui'i' the
UASKIU I'V AMI) ISTr.llNAI. KKVKHHT LAWS
III' Hit' I'lilli'il Mules.
KKII K -liiivin iu's lliii'.illiiit. llili Thn.l strOtl.
April l. HulT-ill'Sin
WSLMER H. BELViLLE, v
AT T 0 1 1ST J:: A.T-1- A. W,
I ) Y T i M OHIO.
itinl .itilii Mlru.'l.
I'irner 'I'luril
HilMiliiw.hn
Physicians, Surgeons, Etc.
br cT McDER MONT,
Sureeon General of Ohio.
lrtflCK-C:iSKU I'lllltll ASI WII.KISSON
S TltliKS, DAY I'llV. nillll. "':,'L
ba. E. JENWINCS,
l'iml Suri'oa Cuinii Pfiinisim, nil'urs hineer-
PHYSIOIAN 'v'n'T) StlittH'.ON
to the uttizjns ir lluyinn ami vlcinily
I'ltlK-.Udi "iT l.illlw Sl.i liClliHII
milt fill,
Where ho niuy In- lomnl at all hours.
K..r,.r.. Drs .I.e. KouveJ. Puvis. .I.W.
Uiuiriih. tupaiiUiW;
Auctioneers.
CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN,
TiiiiM sxitiiHT,
llAV'l'IIN, O.
iVltK IMIIUWHKI) TO SEUVli
AUCl'IONKKItn ninlry ami cily, ur will
SdoiU uu ciiisiKiiint'iit.
.1. K i llltPiTilIMIKllBDit
DAVlll (XAKK.
Ii'h'lt-wlf Aili'tlnni-oi'..
Business Notices.
( Docron
, HTRICI-.VND'S
y vosw.
DYSPEPSIA
Di'.SruiCKi.ANP'e
TuNto is a eoni
rati'd preparation .f lli.'.vU.iml Herbs,
biit.iac'uls and carminatives tn stieiorl
j,,,ini.ii mi.l ni'.rvniis svslem. It is
certain remedy for Hyspi'p-"iu or Iiiiligi'sr
tion. Nervousness, Loss of Appetite. AclJli
tr nt'tlii, SliimiLir Ii. Klutiilenev and Debility
It is not iili'oholie. therefore iiartlcularlv
auiMil for Weak, Nervous, aud Dyspept
persons. Korsale by all Druggists ever).
whereat! per bottle.
Or. Stricklaiiu s
PILE REMEDY.
CUItK
1 I A, H S.
Has cured thousands of the worst eases
Blind and Bleeding Tiles. It gives Imme
diate rvliof, and elleets u periuanant
Trv It directlv. It is warranted to cure.
f'or sale by all Druggists at 50 cts.
bottle.
COCUH
NO
MO It 13.
1
Dr. Strickland's
MKI.MiaUOI'n
J COUGH BALSAM
warranted to be the only
known to cure Coughs, Colds
nrenaralio
Uoarsencri
Asthma. Wli liiiiCoiiL' h.C ironict.outrli.
Consilium ion. i:roin'hiiis and ('roup,
Ing prepared from Honey mid Herbs, It
heillug. softening, and expectorating,
particularly suitable forall affections of
Throat and Lungs. F or sale by Druggists
everywhere. Iau3
C. W. LOWE,
V li'.Ufl' ami ri'tail
Trunk Manufactory,
llui) iviuoviiU to
N 0 . 1M! TIT! IU RTItlM. V I A Y TO N 0
1A lIK' T nivalin Tmnk. tienl limit. ti'n
e I in if Ti'iiukx, ViH-r ami iVuvclnur
II Miuet Itoitm. vie , ol lu tii'i" mnniiiui'tiiro
I mver price tluui tlnn fail 1m: nurcluu
tiiin iu or tslsuivlinrt.
Work w rrnit."l
I 1)1 4
HOTEL
Coiner Tumi and IIilmii hitcclrt, ll;iinilioii,
H. I. ( IM Kl iULL . . froprlPlor
tMitl hncn i o-inoil-
l y ro lit it'll . .in! i-uiitivutuiL
thi piiiuii' i ii'lcr new
v loi ttli 't to tliti buvinrxl
OiMtlOn III UtO CUV, UIMI H sli'Jir IUU VHIirtlHU lit"
N, ii uu w til lnt sii.irnit t.i iiuiko H tho llrtt
lion, ol' II imilt'ni i)intiii)ii.scs run to ami
M.II trtim. ('! iu''lhi(f n tin- prcmUfii. Jti 1
Oil (4 popnUr llou4c hi i
&. tllC l llll lll'iln
IllCt'H. IV ! iHUlVOUl
Cloak and Dress Manufactory
Zff'A Ncf ni! Children' Clothing
COltMCIt MAIN ASDSKCOVD STl.l tLS,
Kutrunru - 61 Mnin Slrt'et.
Al. mftnntiictutt'rof
rt u O ALIA,
FOll OOOt TKMI'I.Alt!. MASONS, OI)f
LOWS. tie.
CwmU I'm ni.huJ. iiinl onki'v UlUil pruiuitlr,
luwuMt price.
liKPsaiNvas-Oavum. Tmy. sprinj:(li'lit,
an4 Tiiiper iiinr 'I'.'iiiperMiit-t' Lmiye..
Alorcti III, IWiIhUi
The Daily Empire.
VOL. IV.
DAYTON, O., TUESDAY, JULY 9, 18(7.
JVO. 251.
Business Notices. The Josh Billing Papers.
i
Mnny linx ilun our tlilnii for the world
that niitliiiiit i'Ihi! emilil Iibv6 iliil ao well
It Im 7. i!i'veliii'il tli pliools.
The hwt kiml ov nilvlcr for mo tow fol
low It thin: "l'uy tow the orih-r ov Jiwli
llilllui; 50 dollars, mill iliRrjr- my iikount
Juhii Uuroli.". I lnul rather bav lOilol
liimov thlkini1 ot ailvisn tliau nix hun
iIim! lu Olirlstlan conaulalloti f tlirre In
luori' .'ixit!v in It.
Allliiiui'li iniinklnil worship wealth, I
ill iv them crrillt fur niu; thing they
M'Muin ml'tuki' It for bmiiH.
Most mil tin' irrntp thlnjre. Imv bin dlil by
tnkinjr tin-chance". I'riiilriico luiz put line
i' j i'. while fiii'tiini' loot a tlmuaaml.
' If ii limn luni i Htiiinniiik ami 2 oiiUiilt'.
tliur iiitcht lm suuio excu for niltliuir, 10
tlKiiismiil dollars more each yr-nr tew biz
pile.
1 don't rend enny bodily else's poetry but
Humor's iipnn the xmiie principle that I al
m ux ill Ink, when it 1 Jn-t ax handy, outov
a spring, iii"to:iil ov the outlet.
Tri'iiMin 18 one ov tiiem hum oi stains
th:it wnh Well.
If H duiti him frot, tew be poor mil his life.
I iiint nine "lire but it would bo mini imiuy
in hi Mieket tew U lifiiorunt.
Fnet chiss vlrtcw. U alwu anxus tew
avniil teiiiptiishuii.
Y ii kimt ti':innliiiit a Yankee suekeess-
fully without taking up a good deal with
the root.
Orlxiiiullty in writing iznz UIHUiilt az
L'etllnH li.-h-pnle by llie side of a trot
brook mil the good poles have been cut
lonir :iiri.
It iz ue.y enuir tew gt reliitlon, but tew
hold it Iz what birthfiH a feller. A (food
irlp i. belter than rnbit yea! than much
iiner elotb.
1 enjoy o jrood la IV one that i uaIioh out
of a ii'iaiVs soul like the breaking up ov a
S ii n ' 1 ;i si'liol; lint a hilt' that uoiiiex tew
the suffaue, aa tlie hleknps cum, or back
out ii v a niftn. like the siruj.i'S ov
a cliiukuu elioked Willi a chunk of wet
douh. I Utterly lament. '
There ain't no pretty In poverty, but en
ii v number ov feet ov blank verse.
When u fellow knuWH he iz being stared
' it niaken him iiekt a unnatural az
lllllllll I M IIH M'l I 1 1 1 (J llll II in 1 1 1 IV I III .
I am called a "broad humorist." anil I
niu glad ov it; there iz plenty ov uarow
liuiiiorlsU In the country without inc.
Kiiny man who will kompell a woman
lew make a shirt for '20 cents ought, to be
tilled full ov I'm i hooks ami he u-ed for bait
tew ketch over sharks with.
Silence Is one ov the uegallO' tew.
A gardener ot Gnnd, lias, after many
trials, succeeded in. giving any kind of
fruit the flavor he pleases while it is
still on tho trie. Let us take an apple
lor instance; he pricks it rather deeply in
font- ov five places with a largo needle,
and lets it drip for a while ill a bowl
containing a liquid possessing tho flavor
he wishes to communicate. After a few
second this will havo penetrated into the
pulp; and thin operation being repeated
two or three tunes, at inturvels ct eight
or ten days, the apple is lelt to ripen on
the tree, and will subsequent!, be found
to have acquired the taste either of
strawberry, rasphury, cloves, die accord
ing to the liquid employed. tialtgnani,
speaking
Tho London 7im, in
Jeft Davis
Horace Greeley going on
bond,
AS
Uil
en-
with
hen
"His conduct is alike creditable to Ilia
humanity and his political judgment
lie has taken the lead in showing gen
erousity to a (alien opponent, and by
so doing ho lias douo more to restore
union between the North and Sooth
than could have been done by a score
ultia-Uepublican orations.
Kinqui.ar Accident. Mrs. J. T
Bicsley, of this city, the fifth day after
her marriuge, was so badly Injured
while biting (lie nail from her little toe
that her life is despaired of. She
over backward, striking her head on
corner of an iron hoot jack, era); ing her
skull, fiho was abnnt retiring for the
niuht, had taken off her waterfall and
was sitting on tho floor as above stated
La Kjroiae Democrat.
of
cure
per
Some lellow, who had been jilted,
should judge, and brought to grief
some fair one, thus avenges his wrongs
"Eve did not know as much as
daughters of tlie present day. Had thev
been in her place, instead of being de
ceived, they would have deceived the
devil."
A countryman bringing his daughter
town, said, for all she wasbrought
in. the country, she was a girl of sense
'Yes,' replied a pretty female, 'country
seuse.' 'Why,, fajth, Madam,' replied
the gentleman, 'country sense is some
times better than city impudence.'
Au Indian chief being asked his opinion
of a cask of Maderia wine presented
an officer, said ha thought it a juice ex
tracied iroiu women lungue ana lions
f- ( hearts, for after he had drank a bottle
an
tlij
1 .
Tnv
j Ituji,
u id
o.
nut
ill I. (It,
ciHuh
Iroin
?ltl'
KKL
al
riqua
it ho said he could talk for over and fight
the devil.
A yonnstor while perusing a chapter
in tjrencsis, turning loins tnotner,
quired if the people in those days used
to do their sums on toe ground: . It was
discovered he had been reading the pas
sage, 'And the sons of man multiplied
on the (ace of the earth.
A widower who was accused of never
having shed a tear On the occasion
his wile a death aud burial, defended h
conduct on the ground that she
causea him to shed so many before
deAth that the briny foantaiu waa
teily dry.
Pride is as cruel a beggar as want, and
a good deal more saucy. When you have
bought one lino thing you must buy
more, that your appearance may be ot
niece. It is easier to suppress the
desire, than to satisfy all that follow
It is observed that the most censorious
aro generally tho least judicious; jho.
having nothing to commend themselves,
will be finding fault with others.
mn envies the merit of another that
has any of his own.
"They say cotton is declining,"
an old lady, as she renvrved
spectacles and laid down her paper,
thought so,' she continued, 'for the
thread X used was very feeble.'
A correspondent of the New York Her
ald speaking of Maximilian! bearing
during liis imprisonment, aayi :
Maxiinilian'icliief companion i Prince
Saliu-Salra, o well remernberpd in the
army of the Cumberland, and who piov
rd himself during the eiege one of the
bmt ami bravest officer in the whole
imperial service. Together ther it ami
play eearlt, or dmcuia with vivid inter
est, not their own probable fate, hut the
politics of Germany and America. With
all the viacissitndc of his fortune the
archduke luxes non of liis warm Sympa
thy for the United Staled. Anything aud
everything Ameriiii has a xtrange at
traction lor him. He listens to Prince
Salm-Salm's reminiscence of the. great
war with rapt attention; and hearing the
story of Chickaniauga, Atlanta and
Vicksburg often expresses his longing to
visit the scenes of such memorable event.
Then, the subject changing, German pol
itics will coino upon tho carpet, ami
Maximilian, with grave deprecatory face,
will bemoan the khortsighleilness and re
actionaiy tendencies of his brother, tho
Austviun emperor, advancing utaWmenta
on his own part broad and liberal enough
for any fourth of July oration. A ftrsngc
picture is it nut? Maximilian, tall and
erect still, his blue eyes kindling and his
great blonde beard quivering with excite,
ment, while Salin-Salm, from whose eye
the inevitable eye-glass has fallen in the
earnestness of the moment, speaks '.
some of the leading episodes of the
American war, and with the modesty of
true bravei v claims for himself only
spectator's part in the actioim he so vividly
describes. A aiexican auuguou eiicirums
them the while and a court martial com
nosed, thev sar. of three captains and I
leuteuant colonel, only waits tue woru oi
lunn-eand Escobedo, tho ex-mule driver
to condemn them to death.
I am clad this coffee don t owo me
anything,' said a book-keeper to Lis wife
the other morning at breauiast. w ny
so?' was theuuestion. 'Because I don't
believe it would ever settle.'
Girls will differ one of thfin lately
broke her neck in trying to escape being
kissed, and wo have known a great
many of them ready to break their necks
to get kissed.
Miss Manning, the author of 'Mary
Powell,' is the only female writer over
forty, whoso age can be ascertained one
was confessedly horn in 1812.
An Irish paper has the following re-
maik: 'The Americans and Lnglish ed
ucate their children in the fear of God and
ove of money.'
The intelligence and education of
people ate the paasporta of a country
eminence and prosperity.
It is a great waBto of raw material
put five dollars worth of boavor cm
cents worth of brains.
Sheridan being asked what wine
liked best, replied, "The wine of other
people."
lie who can weather the storm, need
not storm at tho weather.
The present style of hoopa reveals
the posts of many a swinging gait.
Railroads.
DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD.
NOTICE.
on and after Thursday. J uly IV, 11W6, tralm will
run on thka road a lollowi:
Mail, leave iaytou. i ,w .
bxpreit, leare nay ton wui
Kxureia. arrive at Dayton 10 6 am
Mail, arrive at laytou :40pm
All train runDec. lor jiuiiaubliuiii mrwt .
Btiuerin.vuuvui'.
UOTBlf
3.U. tillMSUN,
DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS
DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD.
UHANUB Or TIMS.
Three Dally Trains last via Colnm.us.
to
TWairA : . ttiufrom Dayton to U Maotorn CUtot.j.
Trains run by Columbui lime, which Is isvea
mlnutea faater than Dayton time.
TurouKh 1'icketa can be had for ill EaaternCltlae
by nailing pu J. J-'H- I-ONli, Ticket Aaent.
' K. W. WOODWARD, bup't.
tali Cincinnati, umo.
by
of
of
her
it.
13 It Y GOODS
BY
XI 1 TA I Ij
AT
AUCTION PRICES!!
At Our Now Bazaar,
313 TlllltO STREET,
DAYTON, O.
CHKISTOFHKK & SPIELMAN
OrTKS have the qnoellon aakl"lowe sell ol
HotmMI" We aay lo all, eall and see, and r
will aurelyiell you aim oat anything you need,
rnini a needle to a Waabiug Macutna.or the beat
Wringer In America.
Keep opea itoor, from early In lbs morning nnlll
nine oVlo tu the avening.
Are ready to wait upon all
Who favor ui with a call
And datler ouraelvea Ui please,
The moat obdurate taata with ease.
Our stock con. lite of STAl'l.B HBY OOODS,
allhuught at the tuts decline in pneea.
- ' Hoaiery la Fall Variety.
Men aaa leys Casilmeres.Cottoiades
and Jeaea,
tloas aad Toft,
nla and alters.
Writing, note Paper and lavelopes,
Carpets. Paraliare-aew aid id kaad,
Qurentware. f .,
Betldei many tklnrt too numeroue to mention.
We aell at auction on Tuuailay, Thurnlay and
Saturday avsDtiiga.and Halunlay murninge.
'iulMdawiri
No
he
her
'I
last
Important
Tothoie wlihlug houiei repaired to know that
JAMES DOUOLASH
HAS opene.1 a repairing ehopont. idlow street,
NO 4S. better known aa the old Miami nlne
buiiae. where ke le prepared to attend to aeiieral
iobbiug In the enrpvhterlna; and contracting bull,
neia. Thnae favoring him with work may rely
Dial be will endeavor lo give ailelactiou, at raorf-
N -rurnltur repaired wllh neatneae tad
OaeaaXa- ln. '-d' JAS t'OLULASS
Legal.
XOTH.K.
Till unite mlfne I h lurn ilutr appnlnieil mio
linllSisl u Aitminlttlruftnr upon tor ektaU ol
lllcu,, hl.rh.ir .Ii...m...iI
JuauM, 'ST-dltStM -43 JKS.Sli UKMINT.
UUKillhiHl-oiiiily
i l.KUAI, NOJKK.
Til K unilenlgnsil hud been duljr nprmlnivil Ait
mlnltrftt.'r ul llm e.Utenl' Peter Mlufer, Utc
ot Monlifouii-rv Cmmtv, uhm, ilfci'iisfil. .
JiiDtfl, isei.s 4S WII.I.IAM Al !.Tv
LKOAh XOTICK.
rrHIC titilnifitBail Iihs been ilulv nnnoint
1 eutir ol turn itt Hill nix) tHtitnifiit ol hhtiiih I
MllkiiUtur, lak wf MoutK'Mnurv cotintT, iint. ii
ci'Hinl . II t. N ll Y M I . K MT I' K It
lkO. W. MoYER, Att'y. June 7, (J1-lllw-4ii
il ex-
ml
ilu-
LKOAL NOTICK.
NOTfCK ta hrrelijr glvvn thft tho im.lrmltriiPil
liHt inii duy been duly ay pointed nn qimll-
tlit at ttm KEH utni of l he Innt mill un1 tw-itnun'Mt
of CtahatLud uvurtK.lnur, tlitft1. I at of Mnnt-
gofniTv ( ifniv. uiiiu. iamu iiiUui.
'S hnreUr KiTn tht i,h KonU'rinker hn
l huon fttilv tiutminUMl nul nuaHilul a Attmlnli-
ratnr of the i-nUitu ot ' tloniih iluuh. ilucuuauU, lute
or Mout(oaitry Countv. Ohio
Datei tlili Bill d.iy ot June. IWH w3t o
CATHAItlXK ZEIIRING S KSTATK.
"IN the Slat uar of Juno A. Il .lanT. the nuilrr-
f iu iir'l WNl uiiliiiilileil luiil umililltfil KYrciilor
nf Ihs to tll 01' Cilhitriiiu .fhrlliR, lute of Munt-
g-omrry unintv. (llnu, ucrt'u.e.l.
June x(, 'oi-wm-m 1 1 i-.uiuji'. a. iikui r..
a
to
to
ten
he
XOTICK
rS hereby fflren that Slnion"'llumsai,tner. an in-
L .lentt-rt anpruntire to llt'iivv Fruiik. hns It'll
the emiilnvtmmt of the nniU'rlirnad, nml tin- In lo
vauiiun Mi pvrtODH aot w min-nr or irrm mm ou
my ai'.coiint. iir.nr.ut.rt ii.m
AilininlBtrtttrli of the estate ol Jlunry Kt nk. de-
coastNl. -Hiiy 4, 'til juv'-4ll.
public; ISOTICK.
XTOTICE herehr ffifn to wlmm It mnv cn
L tioru. tti4t 1 huve thlt day bfttn aiuioluttiU
mi u a Amtmiuirmoroi iirtt vey itititii ii
iml, Lite of Mniiigotnurv county, .hlo, iit:ease
Hll't ut
AU uorFrOitt htivlntf fltlini airuinst I lift ei-tHttt ol
tha tnirl MarvL'v hlanchard. m rt-ii ul vtt to irt
tcut the i iiuii to iiif, aud ull persona Indobtfil
kaiaewtateafe rt)iuiiuu tosrtiiw uiu nmiiu wnu me.
MI".. ui t:. j it a v
Ailmlnlitratr nf llnrvi r Itlnnrhnrd, duc'il.
Dayton, l., JuueKU, luin-dltauut
(IcnrKO A. Grove, ailiulnlnti-atiir of llciii-v I j 11 lot,
ilecvnsen. vs. jonepa 11 uit't, julin liuiriunil All
nerra Whltehoiisu.
Probate t.'out t ot Monttfouicry Cuunty. Piitiliiin
tu aell laud.
rini John Unlet, of Howard Cnuntv. lntlanu. anil
X BllnurTaWliitehiiu.e and Williiiui W hili'houie.
ol alariun Cnuntv, Indiana! You urn lii'i-'uy In-
luruiait thuluu the Milay ol June, A.1I.1SUT, auld
AdluiniHlriilor llli'il liia Jiiititiou lu the 1'robnle
Court ol'AlolHS'omery County, Ohio, the uhjivl mid
prnyur ur whiuh petition . to nhtsln an ordir, iku..
lor the sula oi thi ioIIowIiik real c-atiitH (ul a lurb
the aaid UiMiry lluiut died aelKL'd.) to pay Un
dent, of laid ilucclU'iit, to-wlt: The lloinustead
and one ami oiie-liali' Iota npou uhirh ihu aanl
IlHury lluiut i'L'aided at the timu ol' lata, dei-.easu,
Mluiulabui's;. Aloulgouiury County, litiio.
(iKOUUK A. (iltllVK,
Adtnlnlatriitor of iloury Unlet, ilci-ensi'il.
AbiU CLlt. Att'y. JIUH'S 'UT lllt4t-4U
GUARDIAN'S SALE Oh" KKAL ESTATE.
IN iurnee of an onlur and tlmtrre of tho I'm
hale t.oui t of Moutgomury County, Ohio, luatU
tu a t-uuie I'cnilliig In itll Court, whciuiti l-'iaiut-h
HenkhoiT, by her guardian, Law ri-ncu llutz, jr.,
puliiioner, and a(d hum und othur mti tleifiiti
wiitu, 1 .i all oflttr lor balu aL ihu uour ot the oourt
hotioti in ahi county, ou halurdity, tli SUth day
July, lHi.7, at two o'clock P. U, Uiw lollowlnjf de
m:ribcd real ettate. itiiattt In tho city ot l..ytiui,
uuunty ot aiontpuiattir , auu a.ttitt oi uuio, to wit:
1'tvrtorint uunibuiv i nijttutu huiiilrud audtlxty
three (t,WW), said purt ol iuid lot iroitU twenty
tlx 1-futuiMl three itifht on .Jotl'ursou truut,
runs hack the aam wldtn to uu uiley, and la
north partol ttaid lot No.l.Ood
Teruikof 4ale -dne-iliiid ul the purchase money
to bw paid on th iluy of sule, oiui-lhird iu
year, and one-tblrd in two yema innn n.tid dtty
nal, to bear luiei-ct from day ol miIo, aud be
by inortguge on tht pieuiiHL't,
ttaid lot lit apuruiheu at fnou, uuu unn notion
lest than two-lulidt of the itpiiru'hi'd viilue there
of. I.AWKbStK IttTZ, JR.,
tjiiaruianoi i-rum t-ti liuuKuolT.
JOUM J. ACKKKUAN, Att'y for l'jt itltilier
DyUiu, O., June IB, lbiJT. f line ltf-illtw4t
SUKUIFK'.S SALE.
T AMtS N. LOICiKt mI. v tilisaheth lxlgv
V al. oupunor court, ciuo o. a.oua. iu ohtnii
once to the coininauuol au ordt-r oi partition
autul bv the Suourior Court nf Montiroiiiurv Conn
ty, Ohio, and tu niu dirt tod, 1 will offer for
on the prtiiuitei herein detMiribi'tt, Ln ittoiitgomery
county, uuio, on
Saturday, Augutt lU.lbUT,
AtSo'rlock P. the fullowlntf dencrilxid real
Situated lu Jiuikr
tate,towlt: Tuvwhip,
tjuntv of Motitifomery. aul Mtatti ol Ohio,
uelnir liny acrea ot ianu on .ne eaii ni ot
souuieaat quarter oi mjciiou iwvuiy w, town
hip three taj, ranye n (ui, east, in auM townhlp
and county atore.ttld, uiih all the privilege.)
aupurtunancee thereto htdMiirliifr. hnid ! m
a stood Ion houte and a if'ftHl barn and other out
builtlinith, and it flue l.md, wlthlu one and a
mileiol Chanilierithunf
Haid real entitle liai heou appraised at HO
acre, subject to auower intereit ui Khxabeth
Ixxlge during her natural life, and eannot it.ll
leu than two-tblrdi the Hppitilfevil vniuo therenf.
Terveofiale: ne-thirl rami on day ol
and one-third in one year, and one-third in
J'eara from day or aale. telcrred ptyuienta
tear In t re it, and to be tavured br mortKnifu
Uie ureinitea. U 11. 1A VIUmjS,
Uherlff Alootyoiuery Co.
Onui CiBlL, Attorney.
JulyltM1-w4t-a
tKGAL NOTICK.
GILHERT. nho reilde In the
of Indiana, and Itaac tillbert, w ho rrtlde
thebtateol Maryland, will take notice that
W. Moyer, admlnintrutor of tliu vtttUt of
Oilbcrt, dect-aied. on the day ut June.
lHttl, Died hit petition in the l'robate Court within
and for the County of alontjri-uivry, ami tstntfol
Ohio, alleging that the pernointl itattj of
tjMtaMdiai ImultltK'ntto pa) hl debit aid
charuetol adinlnikteilnir hit fHtitre; tlmt lie
T8RAKI.
A i
(la), lownablp lour (t. range four (4), ea.t,
bounded aa lollowa: ueginuiug
onrner or aalil quarter.
teiifd In tee clinple ot the tViHoviiiijr real ifttHio,
dituate In laid county, to-wit : ItHnjt tt e
part ol the Bunnea( quarter or ternon lourtet
uui (, rai,
ul tlie touthwett
uiiu ruuuinar lucnruwiin
the notith line of NMldviitiarter north Mk
eaal IfrTU lO pole, to the southeast rornrif
uuarur: thence wiuj iuu nee iinu line norm m
wtU tu 88-1(10 pole to a ttaau ; thence louth bi
dLtf . west 167 8 10 i-oles turn at a he on the west
ol said quarter; then. south HI deg , east'JU 1U.
pole lo the place 01 iiiiirinuinir. roiitainiii twoniy
nctes. And that Julian tsilliert. at widow of
decedent, la entitled to d-wer In laid prvmirt1!.
The praverot said tetUioii Is lor the tihsiKuiaent
of dower to the std Jul! n Cill)-rt, ami h-r a
of laid premiars, subject to such dower esinte.
the payment o th debts and ehitriret aforeamd.
HjIJ ue tltiun will be for ht ariiiai on the aih
of July. Ibxl, or tit toon tun fuller a leave can
obtslucu. t.r.ii. Mt,
Adtalntstrator or itauo Gilbert, tleo'ti.
Junt!7-dltw4t-u
. Af. STAKE tf HOXt
alauufaclpren and dealers iu
FURNITURE,
N. 74 J oarers" alrael,
(Opp Jalarket II juic.i
DA."Z"TOISr, OHIO,
Sells at Lowest Prices. Come and
May 4, IBM-dty
II. I. TU. Poolt,
(Late Kkausinerand Maiherof the Boanl of
peals of I'm ted etatea I'ateat Othtej
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS,
Ami Counselor in Patent Cases,
OKnCK-Kouthet.it corner o( Fotnth and
nut. ClNCJUNAll, O MayM.'67
STUAVED,
TlHOkl the 4ubacnber. living muth uf liavton
a' tue uuuuibg Kiiuaa ua tue noapital H uilillug,
elv while
af ehe horna droonllur hut one conaideralilv
loan the olher the other a deep red. horna
nr.ani. nw.nr.ii. n ,,'H'ia, ra..ni .ill
lil ler iiiriiruiKiiua isauing to tbeir return to
Juuel', 'ai-dtt
HAUl'tL IIAuLAN.
Legal. Express Company.
THE MERCHANr
CAPITAL,
$20,000,000.
Owned and Operated by
Our Merchant! and Manufacturers,
Carriea by Expraaa,
Money, Valuable, Freight Parcels,
Over mors than
13,000 miles of Exprnss Line,
And to more then
FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES,
And through them t j
More than 4,000 Cities a id Towns,
At Joat and Liberal Ratoa,
Based on DISTANCE ant' COST.
Our Llnee are constantly Extending,
AMD arlll ml Mined Ihoae niu by krtll the
Amerleu and U. S. Eiptaaa Co'a.
Over $100,000 per mon'.h
At bow aal te BirreM Bhlrt" O t"1
Dsnv, aed Ihla an vine aan be "unl rarmaiieal
avntuiuins tba aama liberal ftrini.a hilhwto m
ea It. Kaperieooe aeaurea our auaim, and eontlli'aa
a lhaa we nar rely apon the aublir mnSdance
enpport, which we hope le merit alwari. 4)
Office, No. 58 Jefl'eraon Street,
KeW.HI. lsin-d.Sro It.Wini'ril ileal.
Insurance.
4)1110
1SUUMK (OMPAM,
OF DAYTON, OHIO.
In
At'TIIOIllZinCil'ITIL f INI.IMI
.SKTS tUo.UUU
ilKe'lCE-SSttTIIIRDSr.OfP. I1UHTON IIAt.L
Current Zl.Atoja.
DIRKC
Will turn llrkep.
William Aruohl,
jeorjft A Grove,
John Igtfim
T O It S :
.lonathnn Kenney,
lliiRh WlKKim.
Abraham I ahlll.
II am 11 ton M. Turner,
i
ol
the
one
ol
ae
cured rnr
41
I'ptprT Dlrkev.
WILLIAM IHt.'KKY, Prwildent.
ION A. 11 A Its It MAN, TruaBurcr.
W. II. (.ILLK3P1E, Serretary. ina4
Central Insurance Company,
OF DAYTON.
CAPITAL, 100.000
OVdOB No. 68, ea.it tide of Main atrvet, (between
becond aud Tlilril aireula,) uayton, u.
Flru and Marine fnmrancc rollrlet Itaued
all dulorlpllona ot buildlnga, machinery,
ttock. for one year or leae, and upon dwelling
houaca and houtehold gooda for three ycuri.nir
Icatunn, at reasonable rutea.
IIOARiior DIKXCT0R9 Henry Herman,
Chainliere, Andrew (iiunp, Ooorire W.Hhaw,
ry S. fowler, W. I,. Harrow, A. B. 11. Kolkertti.
IlalSKY IlKllltVIAN, 1'realdent.
i Antiiont BTsraaNs, Secretary.
Ju3Hl3in Jiuos 9TirtiiKS, Surveyor.
el
i
nit
el
the
and
me
and
has
ball
pur
J
101
ttiile,
two
to
PHCENIX HOUSE
TlllltD BTItKKT,
DAYTON, OHIO.
A. HI'ANU, A Kent
m
1 HIS HOTEL HAS UECENTI.Y
opened, and tl prepared to accoonnodiitu travolura
anil llie puuuo generally in m, oeaba.yiu.
lu!M-dlm
Mi
Who Wants Bargains.
ARTIN BOM HEROEH, R K
kMAik AUKNT. PAY TUN. OHIO, tial for
Twenty llousutaud Lots ranging from faWXJ
tjn.uou.
Also ill Farmi three In Darke, two in
trnmerv and one in Van Wert Count V.
The uuderittKnud can always be found at
uruo insurance uiuco, wneu aui out ou uusiuess'
or at the I'ost OMce otirnur.
Jfuvsand ell property . Terms liberal
aprlit-tl
on
State
in
Oto.
a.I.
salt!
the
died
and
mniih
n
niiti
dett..
ttuld
Its.
100
said
sitle
lor
dav
be
See.
X. I'. fOTTLE.
Horse Shoeing Shop,
COR. BT.CLA1K AN UTIII RD ST., IA VTON,
flavin established my ahon at the above
Hon, I will cive particular attention to
horses that luterieie, orare uouiiieti witnquariei
crai-kn and front crucis. and "kn(K-kiiif( "
ran tee kjttislaction on all work. Charges
anie. apnro, n.-uoiu
Feveh and ague.
The remedy tu cure and prevent Ibla dlaeaae
DR. S. O. UICUAKDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTER
The celebrated New England remedy for
jeverauu Afue, isetierai iuniiity , anti
diseases arisiua: from tlisonlt red Atom,
nch. Liver aud HoweU.
They are used aud recouiintixied h leaitina
ilciaiis of the iMitintry, an4 all who try thiiiu
nuuiitr iviivui iuvhiusiiiv,
Fries, 1 per bottle
J. N. IIAKRIH A CO., i'lhclnnatl, Ohio,
tors ii mo tv u ptatfi,
SO 1,1 11 V A L klkl-lClNk Vt A i ma,
twit dawtt
m. n i m m ,
riltbT Bl ItkKl'. (1IKAD Of T11K IIAS1N.)
S Jllat r
atock of
Oroceries, of All Kinds
KIR 8ALE-OKK III'MIREI) BARKKLbol
Smith's lietl family Fluur, an extra article.
TwoCarLoada lllcblgaa J'eachblow
Five hundred barrela bwret I Ider.
B141M, rirat Street.
MAD RIVER ICE.
llavlnf pnt up the largest and most select
of Kb over put up in the oily, and having I acre
in v la lliltos lur tleli vertiiK, I am piepMitNl
l unlcrs proini4t)r. In sinslf or Urpe qitanlities.
V urons will pss daily through il p4.ru
c t Ire ciin nivl at all times at my .tore.
lhAAC IHU si will axt at ore us a of
brunt h of mv biiluess.
oroers for ATKM' KINDLINU filled
allvr.i.iou (iive It a trial. k. 1IIM
March 4, laVT-dmu runt St.. Ilcu.iut
IT AS ust rocelved a largo, iresb and
A
Wal
NOTICK.
111
IT AVISO aold my entire atock of Druira. Ac
Jl HA , Third atrect. lo Krl.o beuuetl,
well known bualneaa men, and cooinetcul
giaia The eommunltv who lavor thciu w Ith
cu.ioui, need have au feara but thai they w
falilv and hnne.tly dealt wlta.
Juuell, test. J.A.WALTERS
NOTICE OF COiAUTNEnsiIII.
The ntideralgued having purchased the
I lloua ol Druga, aU.. of Dr I. A. V altera. Ko
Uilh i Wilro air et, will i-nuiiuueuie buameea at
lower I aland, ao Ions and fnvuratdv know u. We
turned , by eloae attention tobuoleeaa.andeulllag
ue ,w,.wj,wwi.,.iiii,i .i.uv o, uiiuiii
ronagw aii.su t iis.nnk
June 17, 7.iUw-wSl41
WESTERN EMPIRE
One reprtprr annans on
fcjjrTln. KMI'inK rlrrnlates Tree of pnnUgo In
in. uia-nmi'ti county. I'syuivntin iUvn in all
JOB I H 1 1ST T I IsTGr.
Offirrryilo,crlptlon,'uti'il on Steum I'rcilri
n Uu ljel.t)U, and at roaaonablti piitc.
EMPIRE BUILDIWC, WO. HQ, MAIN ST
Clothing.
CAltO.
lJICRlllT mo, Minnish the rolnnins of the Hsi .
ton kuipire, tu lli.uik our linn pslmi.. In i (in
ram, in Tiviniiy. nnvinK I. ion, lino ur i.ni'.
tiiiil!lum hf" l,n,l, nir Ratinlni'tnn In ieiy
maiiiii w therelore liime Ihu na.uiaiiii' oi eon.
triiatln'f ,lw "ervs our vualiitlleia In lite hdiiiu
111 th lur'uw u ""l'0 l"OI'c' lolhinik )nii ajl,
Ver, r " , h,lr' ."Of kinii iniiionsau
lly, yonra. An ,
i, i'. siUAt's.s ft uu.:.
Hil I Iiinl ttiiul.
Tlio On..
CLOTHING
'rloo
s
07
rnn.ir kloitek's old stani
ZaTo. BOX 1 lxix-d Btroot
We aro daily In rertipt, licm ou--
a a Ncr 40TUHIM0 uut'ss in ccimkiii, omio,
N E "W
STYLES
CLOTHI IT G,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Whkh wc .uvoposo to aell
XV 153 -Ft
Than any liouso in t! til) .
upon
and
any
Rnherl
lien
kvery guruicnt baa ttiu I'KICK.ln
PLAIN FIGUIUCS
So that the mutt lnrumpi'tcut buyer u iU ,bv una ;
uieu 10 uuy .o
THEIR OWN ADVANTAGE.
jey Call and ei amine for )ouiaelve. mifaS
I. P. STRAUSS & BRO.
ONE IMtlCK
CLOTHING STORE !
321 Third aire. I,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Dayton, Kcb.U. W-lSdWranly
BEEN
A L
tale.
to
Mont
the
lor a
shoeing
tiuar
reason
Jaundice,
an
thv
pn
propr'
fotatoea.
tock
tu
td to HI'
the
this
every
M,
liusin.
complete
A HOMESTEAD FOR $5.
2,000 Farms and 10,000 Building Jots
ron s-A-iiHJ,
-IN TUE
Gold and Oil Regions of Virginia
To be tolil In bharul of
F1VEDOLLAR9 EACH
Aa follow. :
1 farm of 100 acrua, cuntaiuiug a tiold
Mine valued al $ l&.UUI
1 Ksrm of SO ai rca coulainiug (.bid
Oil, valued at IU UU
SKarinaofSO arree each, contuiulng
Com ore, aa,uuu aoiixe lS Uuu
6 Karma ol 40 act'ea citch, colitalliing
Coal or oil. li.uuu apiece . . IU (j
lur'ariueot feu :.cie each, coulainiug
Oial ol oil, fl.luu aplci v.. lU.UUU
SU I aruia ol IU acrea each, coutaibllig
I oal or Oil, f :JU apiec 1U.UUU
luO karma ol 5 itcn-a each, containing
Coal or Oil, 1UU apiece lS.UUu
4(10 Itappahanno. k Illy Lot., (Uu by 1VU
Irot each, nll apleiu S'J.UWJ
400 KappahamiiKk Cny Lola, 1WI by 100
Icet each, $40 apiece. IS.UUI
4UU Uappahaunock City Lola, Ml by 100
led each a) apiece S UU0
IKIO Keppahancock City l.ota, V by 10S
feel each, $10 apiece t. .. S.UU0
gOOOCIllloiiCity lx,l.,'.5by 100 feet each,
$!, apiece 40.0U)
No
l.ilh
drue-
their
ll be
entire
SU
ol'l
exuet-t
flralelaa.
1U.WU Shares, amounting to aw.tu
Certlltcatet or these bbares will be laolosed in
enelopes eisclly ulike, settled up, mixt-i ueil
tOKether, numbered on the outside nod deposited
iu boxea, subject to puli.ic iuapei Lioa. Auy jer
sun seniliug 10 ueuts lor the t ei utlcMtu can order
y nunu er he may chooa. Il he lt pletel hi lit
wtiat the certificate calls itr, he cau itien m-iii!
and obtain a dtM-d lor (he land, no matter w hut it
uiay be, whether a Lot Wfrth frum fi to Itat or a
t-'utm worth troin luu U5i,W)v. Alt r anus wortu
ovet l,UHr will be reileemed in tirecubarks, htiuld
it be proierivd, sub.iect to a deduction ol tu pt
cent, to cover expeue of sales. Ac. Any uu miter
of i hares nan be taken by Individuals, clubs Mill
oe received at 10 per tout, discount with au eitra
certlflcato to the srelter up of the club
Address, with money, and stamp incloed fui
return Ktage, K It Al'tiLIt,
Kappahannork City, ( ulpeppvr Co , Va ,
la itealetou Malluti, o and A- U It
P S Happahannock Cll Is iu the miiUtol ibtt
ffuld uniting district, ta t ulpepper Count v, aud
(.11! too iu me r-oat ami on regiuu.iu Uuclianait
County, oa 1-ouUa Fork of llig hamiy Kiver.
'1 he shares are sold to cheap to induce luiiulgra
tlon aud settlement. JniieV4
Dr. K. CON sV: may be consulted as follow :
In DAYTON at tbe Phillips House, on Krldayi,
Junes!; July s ; August Bo; Oct. 4; tVor b
lu TKUV at the aturris House, oa Saturday
June July Y August II ; Oct. 6; Nov V
ln XKNIA atthe lwioi katlng Ilouse.ua I hurs
d ay I, June IU, Julv H6, August 1W. Oct a, Nov. 7
lu HPUlNCiKlkLU at the Willi House, on
Thursday s, J unu t , August 1 ; tept. 6, Oct. 10:
Nov 1
Ur. CONK has hadoftlcesln eack of the above
place, that he has regularly f laitrd lor the past
even year, and as he has treated an-i cured many
Patieuta, in at:Uof the atiove places, ha can gie
the Ikcst of red rent s iu each place as to his skill.
Or. COSt Treats and cuiv all varieties of
Chronic disease, including those uf tlie t)e and
ktarj make no chaige for consultation; but if
those bo consult hiiudosiretieaUuetit, he charge
Cash for his Medicines
Medicines that w illlasi anatlentfrosa four to tlx
mouths, cost I rum five to 1 luri) tioiurs, tu . ash
Addrc. : ir. K. CON K,
COl I'MBL'a, OHIO.
OcSO-dlj
The New Star Clothing Store.
Cl ALL at 76 JetTvrson street wkere you van find
J a large asMtrttueut ol k lothiug, at very 1. u
price. Alo a large shM k or hat, op. and g. ut'
Furnishing iiootis of all kind
iion tturjfet the plae-e. the Vtar Clothing Htore,
No. 75 J. lTwrsou street, lure door south t.f ih
Market House kl MAUI SI LIN
JiUte ak, latyi-dlw

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