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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
Corry O'Lanus on Recent Political
Events.
Ika EAii.T.:--Tht eifimt cUImmi has
mini- to nrlff In CoiinwIWit. Ho my rl.le
n rnllrmil mr cir cmwcl" hlti- trauli In th
Jury box, but ionn y t says ho can't
: I ayintmthly- wllli Ihrtibo; St the same
tlinnl 'i.iiifi.tiilittn MHx tli'iit.
Whlrli iiaws inv lirtrtlftlltr.
. I have no ,ngutlUy'(ttlnHteltbn(if Af
rfaan iliwent. ' ' , " . '
t Ami rUaii citlWcnti hv any tlcseeiit
tlmy like. ,
A to color. It Ik matter of tstc.
Soni" may tiyTi'r "Wearing of the
Green.". . , , ,.'
Some may pnjf r ''
Kor my part five me the Ked, "WTilt and
Hlne. ,
Some pcoploUa their ohjerflons to the
African on tly went" rather than the "de
scent.'1 Sambo hot be an fragrant a the
. Vu-viitimi Ijuis. whli'h 01("onatra l undr-
sluoii to hf pernimed her handkerchh'f
with, wlii'i stie went uown to mc jua 10
meet Mr. nthony. . '
(N. B.'I have this from the artist who
xMMiiMliioolev s droD r.urtalu.)
But tls Is a free country and everybody
ha a rint to select inoir own penunie.
I nhjM't to hoing led by the noa, polltl.
cally 01 otherwise. .
I Inafst ou fflviiiir the African fair nlav.
Beiig a man, and somebody's brother, be
ima aAIutit to seir-trovernmcni,
t.ii him go off some where and govern
hurvi'lf. . . i '
lfe nectlu't be particular where he goes
tn o Ion? as ha tiroes. There are some
c.yuitrir. where his complexion U fashion-,
nil.', where he can lav on 111 perpetual siiO'
wiluc and the inhiibltiiuta aro uot troubled
a it'i t'le tailor' bills.
If he has set his in I nd on the ballot-box
he can uo to Miihsachustitts, where hit
superiority to the white uiau la rei'-Ofrnized.
I'artU'ularlv lu war time, when the uriv-
liege' of doing all the lighting will be
eheerfullv accorded him.
But kliould the African dcuarb what
would become of the Kepublicau party f
No. 9 Court street woidd soou be advet
tled to let to a small family without chil
dren, i
Bos Gale would have to turn his atten
tion lo some honest pursuit for a living.
Brother Tilton would have to hire a hand
cart and peddle the proceeds of his tin wed-
Plymouth Church would probably be
turned iuto a religious edifice, i
Commissioner Spoouer would dry up,
and make an Interesting fossil for a glass
case in the Historical Society's collection.
Just think, my boy, what would have
beeu the consequences If Noah had signed
the pledge before be come out of the Ark
' or his son Ham known better than to laugh
at the tight old navigator, because he forget
to draw on the bedclothes when he went to
uleerj off his drunk. i
Then there would have been no colored
persou and no Republican party. , No
Rebellion. No Drafts..
No National debt. , , , ,
No Iucome Tax.
This shows the necessity for encouraging
the Temperance movement.
I wonder Gouirh never used the African
as a frightful example of the ultimate result
of inteniuerance.
' 11c can use this Illustration In his next
lecture.
It ought to be a very effective, argument
with the American people.
Think of Noah and imagine an African
at the bottom of every tumbler.- Brooklyn
The Text.
A pious old lady, who was too unwell
attend meetlnsr. used to send her thick
headed husband to church to find out the
' text the preacher selected as a foundation
of his discourse. The poor dune was
rarely fortunate enough to remember
words of the text, or even the chapter and
verse where they could be found; but one
tSahtmth he. ran home In hot haste, and with
' a smirk of satisfaction on his face, informed
his wife that he could repeat every word
' without missing a sylable. The words
' were as follows :
An angel came down from heaven and
took a live coat irom tne aiiar.
Know every word." said the husband.
'1 am anxious to hear it," continued
wife.
"They are nice words," observed the hus
band. Tin glad your memory Is Improving,
Vitifr HnttV bnur, rni In mytwnw nv Har
said she.
" Just get your big Bible and I will
' the wordn, for I know them by heart.
said them to myself a hundred times on
way home."
" Well, now. let's bear them."
' ' " Ahem '." said he clearing; his throat
' An In run came down from New Haven
and took a live colt by the tail, and Jerked
htm out ot the halter,
Xatoleos and thr Couktrt ; Girl.
Dnrinor the stav of the Emperor nd Lro'
Draws at Biurritz. tbe rustic population fre
quently hud ojieri air dances, at which
imperial coupie were ai limes preHeui.
one of these balls Euitenle saw a countrf
girl stsinding sadly apart while the other
itirls werfl nierrily dancing. "Why are
not duurlueP" the Empress asked. "With
whom shall I dance f" said the ttlrl. pitia
bly ; "the man whom I love is In Mux
Shall I venture to have a danee with others
while Jean, perhaps. Is lvlntt wounded.
tho hospitiilf" This sincere language
mnved the Einnress. She told It to the
peror, and the latter at once walked up
the girl and Said to her" My child,
must dam e; am! as your Jean Is flghtiuj
fnr me 1n Mexico. 1 will dance for him
with his Sluriettc, , One service demands
the outer. , , . . , u,. .'
1 It Is Just tuwimposBible for a woman to
the man she loves, lu aiiv way, shape.
or maimer, as it is fur the sun to stand
' lu the heavens. ' i ,
' Patrick O'Flaherty said that his wife
verv unirratefuL "for when I married
she'hsdTit a rag On her back, and now
covereu witn em. .
' Mr. Moore, who flcrlvej his pedigree
ouh, ex plained It In this maimer :
hud three sons, Shi' in, Ham, And
Verdict ot an old beau's black pioiistaclie
' Dyed by his own nana.
, LuUtuuiity for Ui up, socuxity
for the future W dowu... , . ,
" Kelativcs take the Kretitest liberf le,'
I. giva the lnwt aselattuiuo. . ,
nvnr ihrtv rlnllv turners hiive been
muuetid in Sew A oi k, iiu loss tluitl
, ut ilii ui are alive to-day, aud uot all
these lu'usperous. '
The Text. Shirts and Gents' Furnishing.
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HIRT MANtirAOTORT-
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GENT!' , FIEXISUIXU r STOKE,
HALM C. McCBACKEX, :
NO. flit FOURTH St., j
Joulh M4. blKMl Main UHl Wslnol,oppoilU ft
tpl wlta torn DABoa,
OITIZKNS A.ND 8TBANOEKB
DXSIROim or PROCl'RINO St'PRRUlR !
CHAVTB, i
Ilankerchiefs, 1
, ,. Ties, etc.,
ABE INVITED TO 'CALL AS ABOVE.
3EX 3D "M. 33 33 13
No. 9, Wei 1'ourth Strkkt,
Sign of tht Marble 8hirt on Sidewalk.
i,i ,i t i. ""T . !
giitri to Her by Measurement
AND
WAKRANTED ; TO' FIT.
NEATLY
PATTERNS
CUT.
ftTJICK SALES AND SMALL PKOIITS
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O U R MOTTO.
ALSO
priopniiaTon
Or
NEW YORK LAUNDRY.
Legal.
i
t
I
to
the
'
say
I
my
I
TltF.KURKK'8 NOTICK.
T10 TRU TAX PAYERS tlr sumuvaii..
'raaitT.nnd w will nttmd to r-
aiT.ni th. Uam for ISM. ""nj pBlo. hour..
iioi.ncii tou will call brfor. th. ru.h, which r.nd-r.
"V -paoiflsd ht lw. Ranwmbar that ona half
wmm rT.ua -,k..- .iih all da tnauannt.l.
ntir.taa.or ir, -'- -.":- k.
and ga or atrl impr.T.oia- .....
JJT oVhafer. th. aoth rt. .f p.mb r, 186, or
"U4M D AN I EL STAL1T, ' ' '
Traaaurar Mortgom.ry vo, o.
Trauurw'. Onto., Bo? . 1, 1S. BOii-iwtt
the
ai
yos
lea.
In
to
you
berc
la
lure still
was
her,
she's
YTTAOBMRrTr HOTIOR.
HnrTi-iAr, , 1 R.forsO. W.Moy.r,
train"! 1 i t r ru..n, Tn
Andraw M.hafTl. I u..i nA . tl
and Abraham Ball. """" ' '
nu ik- ailh rlaa af rictohar. A. D. 1SSS. Uld JUS
i.,ii,d an ordar of attahman' in ma ano-.
th. am nt n-vantv-four dollar, and n'tv
thraaoanta, (f7NI. tla aat lor unai.un u-u.u.
bar IS, lS.i at 10 o'cloea A. At.
HOT S, l-OO. o--,i w ,
novswfti
T(J0T10 , , ..... ., ...v ...
Toth. Probst. Court of MoatoMrT Co. Ohio.
Dtnnli Dwy.r, Adm'rof Wm. Fol.y.dM d,
w .1-- Tt.m-l Fnlav nftha BtAU
Iowa. Elian folajr intarmarriaa wimi
tha Statu of MaaaaohliaetU, Mar FolT Intormar
n-rf Bits Jnhn DarraU of Oambrlda. oitT, Slat.
Indiana, John Folajr of th. Stat, of Indian, and
n.llua folaj of tha county ol Montgom.lT, "n
tha iiaanMi, halt! of aatd William role, d-e
ar. h-rahy Inlormafl l rial on n. io,o mmy w wt"":"
h-r, 1884, aud adminlatrator Bird hi. pa M lion In
Probata Onurt of Uontsomarr county, Ohio, tha
lot and ;w ot xruth patltlo Is to obtaia
Ao. on tha Ulh dar "f NoTamhar 18S for tha aaaisn-
raantol dow.r ol uain.nna roiay,
n.n..M rnlaa. Ha-'d. and for tha aa a ol tha follow.
mi real aatalo, altuaa.'ttnUloooMtyofShallir, in
Sutaol Oh o, ofwhich th. .aid dacaaaad died aaiaad
Th. .oulh half offh. weal hall of th. uth
auttrtarofawiawaNs A. aowwablp mnSaaat,
'ontaioinf forty Mraa mora oc Uaa, tf PAJ
v. PWT.R. Adnt'r.
ootSSAtw '" " ' ofWrn. cd.y, dM'd
i i 1 1 1 1 1 i i i , . i
.ftTifir i. k .1. -.Ivan that a nat Uo. will
IN DraaanUd to th. Board of Oommiaaionara
Monta marr Oounly. Ohio, At too r n.xt rainirr
aMtion. prayina for th. I'Miatlon and .tthl'anm.nt
of A oounty road laadloa, from lh. Dayton Labaaor
. ,h.. n-nrr-v ill- A Wavnavill.
aommanaiH at taa North Kaat oaraar o' at-hool
of wibliiatnet N ,. S, tn Waali.to. townahip,
rviat fl-waoo -aat tnrourn lit. laana ot ij-
Itoaal'a, mom nwmo, ,na iimr- . m. w.
i s Wlla.oi . W. Raadar. J. T. A H -"Miwaw.
J.'.unh Thnmaa and Inha P Rara. hainff A d'Mtaa
ol ahout to mUM. Biflirftiiiiiii'Diw.
OOl27t
Daniel M.thard,
from
Koah
one
d
coia-
di)ii
01
1 Court of Common Plana
Mar, Jan.' Meth.rd. J ".'
MART lane Mather 1 of Lofanaporl, I th.
tyofOula aai tale of indl.na, ia aoliAed
. ... ........ .L. a,J .... nf , n
'nai "aniei aiain-ra u ,. , n. , , aiu j --
ihha. Si- h.a nat'Unn in the Offlae of the nierk of
Oo irtofommon Plaaaof Kont -omary County
oarsms tha ,aid Mary Jane M-th-rd wltn adultery
tn oia .one rjo'iaer, ana aaaioa u- u.-r
t'Torood from 'h. .aid Mary Jeie nainera.
ermt oa wtl at.ad tar beavog aalhe Autil
iS' S. or aaia uo'iri.
Dated thia 4th day of NoT.mhar 1SSS.
A. Olii. Att'f DANlSLMkl HEai"
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La
I nnah alio. Creamer, "loourtel Common
. , ' . rof at outgo-nary uo.,
Willuun Jamaa Cream ar, J .,
. vii.i.i.u J-maa Creamer whoaa realdano.
VV ..nlnAn nnUSad that Hannah Alio.
did on the lih d y of -aplamber 1H5, SI. her
Son I. th .Hoe ol th. Clerk of the Court of
Maaa within and 'or inenouB'T o, auuiauuiar,
Vete of ' 'hio, charging tha aald William Jamee
r with adult" wi n a woman na
atltlonar and alao oh rgina im wuh groaa
.f duty toward, ner the peutiooer aaking that aha
diTOrred from lha aald William Jeinee
h. h petition will eteou Kur hearlM at the lit
.faald "ourt. HAMNAB ALICI OalAMKR.
Hy Aaan OLAi.nar Attorney. ootw
. Mrlllia RA ''iRH l'TtnF...WII 4NDSL
i.mh'l N.-B appoloted Adminialtator of
Millar, deoeaaad lata ol Van Buran T.wnahlp,
AtoUfoaar7, OaunV. VWa, , botISwSI
Railroads.
Monday Morning, Sept. 4, 1865.
THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN
RAILWAY.
WILLoemmfirvs Itiinnlnn IhrtsThranfli Tislaa I-Imi
Ctaoluali sa4 th ,
BABTBBN OITIBS,
Pmwi( thr0((h ths MlabmUd '
011 UfglttRt of reRsylTRl.
. LV IHfltt SrW A. m.
" is.i p m.
ArrWsst p. m.
t-MA.ni.
A UO A. in.
ThsKoffinM, 0rm And ottwr equipment of Ihit
L.I0. roi.trelr orw, or in rooi mwif, snwrnn
tiftl KB1 spprnrri ilA,t!rtptioDt aBqunt4 by soy
Bulwiur onlhlBOoatlnvnt. i
THBOnilH riOKmtM this And (mportull
Rout, can b nroclirxl At IhH 1) -not of IhA 0, R. A
ri. Ruiwuy, ml At ll Ut nrinolpAl Tick! ofBnan In
inwouuniry. f , ( ,
JBama oawfcAtt tbtouglu. .j..
. , i I). MsliARBV,ina'IBnprlntmlADi.
. X. F. FULLRR, QAn'l 'finkt Agent,. a ,
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DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD.
THRU DAlLT I RAINS KASTf VIA OOLUMBUH.
Through Trmnfni Dnyto ' altXtiifarn MUi
TURKS) DAlLT TRAINS 1A8T, Wtib Dsrton.
ror th Kail n rnllowa: Mftll,.7:3fl A M. un
Inmhin tmommaivtlon.llins A. M.MIKht Rxpr,
wo r . .j
ARRIVING AT OATTO V. HiKlit Xipmaa, 4:4S V.
Columhua AccommoilMtlon, 0:36 A. M. iaTUn
,zpreiia.v:to a. m. , ,
Trm'na run liy Columlma tlm.rblih ut ts min.
dW l'iw(r than liKTum tim. ' '
rbroushtio (taan lia hftd tnr all Raatra Ctitta
bycalliuggnnamual w. King, lirant Agant.
' . W. WOOPWAKt), Bup'l, ;
I, . ,., uinoianau, Ohio,
DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD. DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD.
, . ontotiojii. i
Oa ass af r WOW DAT Nonmlnr , lSSS, until
furtxar oUo lmn will run on tills road
ollowai
AooomrmMtalinn, (Ft. ft Mall) Isav barton S 00 t. an.
loiiaoapolia Hapreaa Train, " " lias p.
JUturaiiht, axrita at Dayton, ' '
AoommortaUon,(rv A Mail) . .
Expreaa,
. , J i. .SilOp. tn.
9iAa.ai.
notSlf
8. R. BT1M-ON, 1
Huparinwodant,
Wholesale Clothing.
At
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Of
QLOTUINO.
FIKE,&EBEE &'.'J0.,
Dayton, Ohl,t " I
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ARE NOW Ori'EKINU I
AT WHOLESALE'
' A LAROB BTOOK OF ' , "
Clothing Cloths, i n
Caisimerei, Vesting s, ; "
Traveling Shirts, i
pnder Shirti, Drawer, - ;
Knit Jaoketf, '
Hen'i Bbipendert, ' '
Boys do.
linen and Paper Collars,
&o., &c , 4c
T all ! wkiok w wald Haapect-
fullr
CALL THR ATTRKTION OF
MEROHAN T8'
Whaa, Visions; tbls Markat.
FINKE, BEBEE A CO,
1 1 Main Rtreat, batwMa Third aadl Fourth,
savadlmamw . DAYTON, OHIO
Medical.
th.
on.
ordar
lh.
aaat
mm
daba
CIUCraUATI VE5EEEAL HOSPITAL
' EaUblithed in the year 1B50,
FOR THE CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES
rj.
of
Aod a4rthKftftro to of th moat Bntara
fhynteiMii in ai woria.
road.
lot
and
TR. R, RONAPARTR, FRO
If Paris Boapitala, audforthe
Olncinnktl Venereal Boaplta1, ant
late of New York. Thia la th. ol
u.
Ooun.
....
th.
hio,
-w
waion
tnj
lw
Pleaa
w
ta
Creamar
pell
Common
-au
"reem-
aa.,,
naglaM
may
Crvaiaar,
term
-
M'L-
Haa
el FROM LONDON AMD
itut ten Years or ill
od bt. 9. 3. keynold.
IftU or n Tom. Tnifl ii ui oDiyomutt intDoity
vturft i'rtnftnentour of Pntiito lMna oui b
oVjUjoed, without th uaa pf raw-enry or chtu ol
diet, uonornicit oureu iu mi to lony-two notira.
nitntirtvl In Lhrae to ton ivn: Htnotura curad ib
obii tA thuf .; Nocturnal Imiiiltm topped ta
twotoan dkyt. SflmiD-) W-Akofma ourtMl i two to
aiplht wKHi oyi'iaiiii in iu pnmry lugu curq id
thra daya i 8condary ayroptoma io ona to thrae
wka Hh.b iMaa-viwa ouran id ona to mraa waaiu.
imtivotaiia vianrraatarod i a ana to fourwaaba. All
ditMiM of a prt vat wvtui Iraaud witb nnpaimllaiad
uenoaa, ntaia or iobim. -
Dr. BuMPrM'aftrg wwi oa vnvaia mu
tha Privata boida to Uatth la b-oil lo a(l( anait
andfoDUala, era andyoiinRt, tihould rati thia work. 11
wiU aa.iKhaan. --oawhu gropa in darknaaa.' Prtct
tvoty-t.feoenta,aatby mi. ,
fr HoniuMU'i Kranoh Patant Mala ftafal A It
parlVlif and naver faUa to (pTa aatinfmcLion. It
ia tha 6aly mia aud ifiira prftTotiTa against diAt.
Pruiaof trif) P'ranch Paifnt JUala Rafe.ll tha i.-ij..a
qd,i per nan auwo, ar ptr auaeo, aeoi oy mii.
ar-Madaraa LOZ.IKK B rmala Moothlv Pul-taa
aafaand raliabla ramady for aupprRion and all fa
matadlaaaaaa. Ladiea ahould not oa thani dtirmi
profnaoy, aathar will pruduoa aniwoarriaKo- Pnoa SI
por boi -axf ra no $4 nt to anv a idraa by himI.
Dm: B. 4 B. arts tha man to oondlti hnv ara uo
qucatioaably aokuowlaiiKad to hatha otiainpiona aod
kinanof Tioertr-vl diaaaaa, and tha only Do: tort who
rtHiBira moathlv reiioru" Irom tha old world: thav
hfabi citi.omd frptn an early Kiif youth to
MtMaa it. TAoou4iaaaBwhiei AfMtM mankind,
tod to watch tha progratta thronuh a long oarr of
pfolaaataHaiatudi. in araay apuerooi MHi.iroia tna
BUlir IM aXIUUgl ji TWTwHj , aiiaa aevtesuwiwas ui
waaliby, and hanng aauort.TUMl oayond a doubt tha
TaatauftfirtnKol hummty( tfcay dairminaalo ln
th sai.aruva avatoin a thnir partionlar RttudT.aad
to davoaathairwhola atuaMoa to tha alliaiion
tha diaaaaa ofthaaa.mioruntfnmtMa. Wo tattara
willba noiwarod unlaMatbeToont-vm a raBnUtaaoa of
a poataga atam p. "all or ad tref ,
lira. BON k PA B l it A ttllYNfttDB.
Mo. IMSyoamor atrt, betwaatt fifth and Sixth,
aaataida.Uinotniutii vhio.
OfloahoaraframaA. M -olP. at. - Ml
Medical. Clothing.
I
GIVE HIM A CHANCE.
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TUKEAULK CLOT HIM STORE,
HttNRY SWARTZ,,,
et'ocrssOR to
SWAltTZ cfe ttOBl
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MAIM STRJ
PAYTON.OHIO,' i
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ADjoiniiiaF.ariRKorriOE
f TAVINf RAD TRR EXPRRIRNflR IN LRARN-
I I. tnff th. .last aula pf this oommunltf inwoin.
inu n.l V--..,d n. . -..h - ......... ah.'a Hra. I
rn.Tathar.forAlauatd royaolftmmAnanUyin Parian,
andmoan to a.lal.liah ' trad, which will warrant
rflpumil1r null the ftCniiD of mr imtroni sod tl
who m dmr tn bay thir wm'ar oiaihing, to mf
vrefifnt titnoK ; trein Mtisn?(i tnat kfooan won. a m-
orrfrmrl to o mads up kit nura Wk ot WinUr
Clothing carter thnn nunf, whn pilcen ttrngMl
low, tiDfj im th.vrtMor fuahlwl to omsr mnuof nvnu
to all Ihoaa who mav favor .... with an aarlv rail
rav atoek ofclothi.A eomnnrti th. milowins ar-1
uciaa, Tia;
I LONG FROCK RIDING COATS.
BLACK BLUE RACK COATS,
FROCK CASTOR BEAVKR
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SACK AND FROOK PILOT
oyamooATsi j ,
. .!.! III..' .. ' i :
CHINCHILLA FKOOK
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OVHIIOOATS)
BUSINESS MATCH SUITS
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I -.1 . I hi i , -ii ' . II I I. Li
OF ALL QCALimtK, STYLUS AND COLORS.
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PINK It I, A : K ,
XHJE3SS OOATS
JPANTS,
RILK, P1.UHH, AV VKtaVK'r VESTS,
TOORTHRH WITH A 11F.S1RABI.R STOCK OF
YOUTHS srnl CHILDREN'S
' Overcoats & Suits.
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THrm btock or
, TRAVELING SHI&TS..;
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7 VAXJSK3 i complete, i
1 again thank my
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natrons air paat farors, ana
pmmiea and warrant to giro full aaMiafacuna I
, , V. . au, s. . ahaau ill I. Winter.
Xn. ios Main atreet, nrat door North of tha Impira
Ufloa.
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for l.m. of -ara, Kndowmaut polwtoA And
ohildian's Kodowmint I
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WhlCh nO payment W iVBqUirea
AKTEK TEN YEA US.
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FIVK THOUHAM 1OIXAKS
,1AJD ON TWO. LOSSliS IN
, THIS CITY WITHIN THE ,
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Amonc all th. oonlriTAnoaa of na ta protaot tha
family tiTrola from want, nona can no l.nnd more aim-1
pia m lia anaraoier, oiii.iaiuiww,i".- .... ...
Ita raaulta, than Lifa lnaivraooa. It la th. prop whloh
ltialyin(llilhaod laeo ',, .
HIT P 1 O H T
WIPE "OP HIS BOHOM,
't 1- .h- nna r. hand of tho Arortdan! father,
reaohmg forth from the xraira, and aUII M'triahing lna
tonanron. anu a-eepmav ioim".i
I Dm faithful I ,. I ., .
SOI PROTECTS HIS AGED FAEE5TS
n whara ha haaoreeed.d I ham into aterolty, hi
I .a ,k hnauk datator aaliaMea lua eohnditut caaditor.
I .1.... rataaumad laaat orooitioua. In a moral and
I worldly aonaa, it la oa. sreal waapon hy whieh to rob
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lat any bnaurad, father, son, ask hima.lf,
'If I wtu to Die To-Night, Wouia
those who are dear to mo be afe
from the.,Paflgii of .Want t,.,
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Would thaaa childraa heir. aomforlabla tom,and
l tha meana of wlut'aUont Would thia wile be ia.lt.f-o-dental
th. oold ohantlaa of the world! Wanld
.aaaaiaaLlanaraiilia nrOVidd fbrT . WO.lld
Mlaieuaymydebtal Would there be no aaurlnoe
property oy lurew wbw an " .
!. .1. .i.M.,nruJu n.a.1- whan the markot
.L.inw-ril. ami fair nnona nannot be roaita.Kt,
1. -a mm a uiaar I n H i ,l I , , in l.o uiair mhoi-,.-
Boul '('hay faatr to aak th.in, and .oheriah tho bali.f
tl.at than hare A ona leaae on lire. Tniaiaooin i.a...
Ian anuoo waruiy . 1 1 i , .. .in. n'l
Th 1 Bravo 1 Man' ' Looks
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Junt alerting la buameaa, whoae chief oapliel la
anerxr and7ntesriy, ahmild Inanretheir ilwao to
amount of hall uteir itaimiin-a. n,.w au aa.,v.
Inleraated honealy wnn koooti to inir oreouir,
WaillS Jllilly llannaaaa inmr nrnn-.Tn- T ia tiivw..
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That they d SMwIih to 'leara their heal frt.ada
puaedlo spy ovi.eonHas,a;, aaa pie; ii
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; annual' pryiiuiwi
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M'lht fairly a regarded ae the Ulhukt whicb aa
right Bert;paya al tha alirme of tuaure.
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augl Agent fbr pay tou and -v1 ait)
Medical.
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GREENBACKS ARE GOOD.
ROB ACKS are BETTER
UTOMAOH BJTTfcKH.
IVnthAnhnnd tioltlf"
inoflHitiotild. 'Ym nifwi n'a
sla.r Mtj.Ai.Au.il l.tLLsim in ilntfl.
Y; ' " robaok rrrK.KH.
' Ooril for M tiorMiasuififil of
tl , fct.u'. Hih''it.t.rr4H, Jtiviir
i;(.iT.ilHii.t(xn'rH) iMn.it.
tnm wHiSUtiwu wt'"l'lf'"11
j(obuek,H
, lOHAtiK'n HtrfJtRK.
'tliiw ..ul'aa ur.in.l.'rdll lonio
i.r...rli,'N,uivni! K.t, to tl.a
.fiytMu An,t .fiattTa ,.r,',i.a
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DoMIHaMiI t.iidira and ."l
antarjr 4rNr..iH vill tlo.l in
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"'BOIIAOR'B RITTHKM.
Aini. L'l.ia-flll hirt,raacti
rnHl ta-tll rMli'vaindi.if'ti,.t
ind utl lior.ll"aaw.
Thar ara hctacf than all Pilla, I'owders. and wliar
haasooila, di-a:tail., oowiK,im.la.
Thpidnn ha laUra ilhont roiiiird lo dtet. , Aaao
aprnitiaar thpy haro n. a.iml
JlHlmrir inrrrrM.
Thayaro prapar-,1 by an ,.1.1 an.l kKiiiihi piiVHiman,
ii,Supwu veaeuifif r-,.a...v., , , t , . t , j
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Wh.'rMTar known Uaay bAT. tnuia laodanl Inni-
lly alrntttlipuinn rein-.ty.
Jtobiirh'H liittn-H.
.trViarlll,Aldyotwlll t Sliom and
wioinmt n.l Ihni to oliieiH.
Roburh'n Hittrrs. ' '
C. W. ROBACK, .
Sole Proprietor
AnilRoinu.iun.Ur of SUinmi h Hitlura, Hln.id Pnriflor
and Wood Itlla, nnd llilllar Mill lwifa..tiiri.r "f
Catawlat and Hwnllah llrandi.n, ami all kin.la ol lli
nn.at liomatio lio.iw.rA, wlnh nro aold wtiol-alt or
in any .l,.ir d ,iiantity at Nik. fill, M, ut and Hi kat
Third Hlr.Ht,ilinfinnau, iiuio. ....
.oraal.il.y lirUKuinia and nalpraln MadHdnrat,
arywh.1.. "iawiy
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IMPORTAKTtoFEMALES
IritUH IIUISIBINATIIIW jriunn.itjaj
llmanl'illB arallio rt-Mlill ola I
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louu an.loxl.'iiaivo
u-a.'ll..a, -l nt'yarp mnn in n..r -
fcinrsi.iTiHniIlirriolarHl, Kralul M.nairue
tiona, r-morina aM l,liu tiPH.whaili.i fsoiaf old
orothrwie, lli adanha, Vain m the Bide, Falpilation
nflha llwtrt, Wblttiy, llll.Nf rvoll" a iiii.ii..n-,
.... irat.ui.a. Palo In th Rank sad hlniln, ., Ina-
lurliod Blaop, wlijch ariao (rum, utf ')$"
naiurn.
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Waa Uia nmnnwrnml of a new era in the treat
m.nlof tl.oaa irreaularltl.a and ouatriKtions wliu'h
baeoonMinad m many to a raanalliai aaa. No
rmalenau .noy apou nani.n iiuinaa an.
and wnaer-r an ohatruction taken place thvitoneral
health beninatodaolina. . '"-- '
CUEESKMATft FEMALE V1VL.H
An t on ..lioiM Uiil MA RRIBD Alft S7.V0 .
LAUIKH li relied ou for mini years, or can Teiy
onnow. hXWARKUr IHUA ivmoi inwi
form Urn Pi"'S'J'"!.fi,",. J'Z
MKnlATK owl l'(iliwi oi'i.i,. ...... .
HK lKt)KIVKI.. 'lake inanuin.-eiiiw"" J""'
Uniiipat. an.1 ton luminal yuu wmi yi. ' "
JWDNT KlHilAltjK rrmAi.m. movMyin a a... a ..
hyoAltfJ.whnihiaooniiiriaedin . ... ...
IHt. ClIEEHEMAVS I'ltJ.S.
Are the moat ffoctual remedy r known for all
complalnla peculiar to Female.. To all olaaaa lliay
an, inalnahle, iarluei,rilA earfnlnf y, furialual 1-9.1-Inrity.
They an, known to thoiiaanda, who ha?e im-d
mem at uin..rni ini,-n, ,nr....Kiiuu. ............... j.... -
ine the aani:tnn ol aomaof the mo-t ammaot i'a.li-
Knititit tUr6e.twnn,tlnnag ipnm ram antmu. nut ua mm..,,
lib Mudi U.s the I iM Out JUoi iar Jox.ouuuuu-
aitrroiiinity to amy run.. -P.llaa-ut
auM.id. uromv'fv.hy remllllneto the Pro
prietor. Mold hy DrueirlHia sanerally. ,
r HUTOIIINHH A HII.I.YKK,
' ' ' Prnprltdora, SI lledar atreot. How york.
HanlonA Uuubain. Olevi'land, and John II. I'ark,
Oim.innatl, wlioleaale aKenla, Hold in Iayton by
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Strength to the Weak '
" ' ' Tonth t the Aged.
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A llejuranater aod Raatoref ol wealed or inert
liinollonH- . . . .. ,
The aged Ih6lild he car lain tn tnaka lha Biokrena
a henaeViold kthI, inaau.u. li aa it will r, Oder them
yontnltil III tooling anu lu ai rengin. an., euai.i- m-...
toliaeeverairam Ui.dayu af llielr prialina Joy. I 11
uot ouly exhilarate hill alrenilieua, rnu ia really an
InaaluaHe l.leaalng, eapor-ially to rhnae who have
otaau reduued to e noadiuon ol eerrmty, artl-arjuae,
niiafortune, or ordinary aii'Sneaa. . f,u lUMlter avnai
th. cauae o( Hie impotent. y of any human organ,
thia an perl, preparation will removatliei-rtovtatouoa
landforowarj ' ' i . I I ; ..l.i. I -t
ilt v HIOKJiES E. in t
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MONi IJIH9 OF AHVHTJ1K, LOW KflKlTS,
n KA h PilCKS UP'itlK UKUAn wr 'M.io1. a" it fit,,
IMBltClUTY. HKNTAL IN lt.KN:K, KVAC1A-
TKN, EN HtJt. IT HAH A AflVli' DKLKiU l fKl.,
DKSlllAHI.H. Ain NUVUl, KMlUrr UlUiS 1HB
NKHVOIIS firuTMl! and All who AM In any Way
proetrated hy n..rvuua d.aaliilitieq aio- eariMfatly ad.
riaetl to ae-K a t.uie in uip u,.-, .a.-.a..i.,n, au,i
it.ialad preperhl-aii. t i
1'arauua who.iiy luiurwlewa, ure luattheir NAT
VUAL VIUOR, will find ..--peedy and permaneu
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jvkkhW.s lnCAi'ACirr. nyxri
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Th S-I'RHJ.I.lha lAmuIti, tliil PJfAWftJJVlJ.
the Of.'ahoind give thia T.ilnatile tlla..ory a trial:
it will p. found toUllyditlereuilroH, ailothajggrtl..oH
for the aain purpni-a.
,TW Iriaiini aiawn, 1 nia prewmiietj le inTaina
hleto nrv,iiaH weaknesaeaof all k ii.Uk, aa it will re
atorelne waHted alroogih with wond.Tlul prman-
an'ei i !.,. ..,:,. ,..i i i ... ... ,
Ilia Alao a graou ionir,auu win giro vn.i iu rra.
o-irtiiawlth th MrHt l.,aai.' A brief peraiataue in lla
un wdl rnnikVall, the et,intej.h Ion degree) ol .perfvt't
heallli.an.i (.aiii-n vapeiHiaiorear.
lane voiiar per tvoiiieraik iieuioa mr as.1 1 nnia
I by liruiaUMae.elly. . t 'ii ....
HeSt l-v er.praa anywhora, l.V a.l.lrea.lui..
il ell'TC'IIIWUS A Hlt,I.VSIK,r.nnnelrll,
si i;e i.'-n-..!. l'w iiflr.
Vt. W. W.H'rltWAHT,
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.A.tii for liaytoa.
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