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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
It Won't Do.
It won't do, wlion rliflns: In pnwh,
Ut tnik of niiotlirr liinn whom you Imve not
HntonnllT own, a bcliiff "nri sll-tlrml
iKwumlrnf," until yon nr abaoltiU'ly sure
that tie Ik not Hitting before toil
It won't ilo, wln-n snow-drift are illiil
mountain high. nl slrltflis are eturnnlly
iipM-ttlnp;. to rlil out with a beautiful,
lively, rass-lnntlng fr, ami not expect to
jret inaxliml with her.
It won't do for a man, when a horn kick"
him, to kirk bark nt th horn In return.
It won't do to cntrk Jokm on oM mahU
In the pnwmT of iinuiarrled Indies who
he paml the (fe of forty.
It won't, do to imagine a iegHHttinv fed
at the imhlir erlb, will Hit lint six week,
when two-tliinla of the niembcrx hnvc not
the caimi-lty to earn a deeent living at
home.
It won't do ft ir a man to hump hi head
ajruinat a Ntoue, IxK-auxe hn eonM'li'ntiounly
bellevea that, hi head I the hardest.
It won't do, when a moRqutto hitoa yonr
face in the night, to bent your eranlum In
pienea with ymir Out, under an Imprewdon
tlmt rou are' kllltiiir the iniwoiuito.
It won't do for a clinpto iiiingine a jrirl !
Inditlerent to him txi-nue nlie atuuloimly
avoid him In company.
It won't do for a "rounjr laily to presume
that more than a third of the gentlemen
whoHliowher polntis! attention have the
inoKt diHtmit Idea of innrryinir her.
It won't do for a man to timey a ladv I
In love with him Iwihiw ahe treats film
ilvillv. or tlint Klin ha vlrtuidlv enirfliriMl
herw'lfto him liecause nh has always en-
(liilreil hla company.
It won't do to bn iliniicriitiily enamored
over a pretty fain until you have seen It ut
the break fust titlili'.
It won't do to be ho devoted, to a tender
hearted wife, m to comply Implicitly with
lier reiiiet when she ukn you, "Now tum
ble over the cradle, and break your keck,
uiy Hear, won t yon r '
Melancholy Affair.
On yintenluy we rieelved a letter K'Vl"K
the details of a melancholy nftitir which
tiKik piiiee in Liberty, rawy county, Ken
tucky, last Tmntluy. and which terminated
fatally to lmtli parties. Two men. named
(ieorije lV.rwn.uui and JeflVrnon Smith, lioth
riKidento of that eountv. have had a ii)titn-
ilerstnndiiiK about soiiintrivial atl'uir, which
grew into a quarrel of eonniderahle majfnl
tude. Alter an liitcrchiiiiira of hlsrh woulM.
Smith, who waa on hia home ready to go
home, Ulsiiiiniiitctl. nnd How mini, polling a
pistol, tired the tlmt allot, the ball entering
Mull li a right nreoRt. hmtlft inimetiiatciy
returned the ftrn, anil ahot Hownian tint
through the left brenxt and through the
right side, ranging toward the letl; also.
through the bark of the neck, coming out
in front below the: fMn. Bowman killed
Smith the tlmt and only shot he tired, but
Smith stood up until Bowman fell. Both
diiil before they could be removed from the
ground (.InrimmCi KmpuriT, Htf 6.
Editors, like other shrewd men. must live
with their even and ears oneii. The follow
lug la told of one who started a paper In a
western town. The town waa liifcutcd bv
gambler, whose presence waa a source of
annoyance to me citizens, wno tola tne etc
itor that If he did not ei.inn out against
them they would not patronize, his paper.
He replied that he would give them a
"smasher next uay. sure enongh. his
next lne eontnined the promised "smash
er:" and on the following morning the re
doubtable. editor, with acissora in hand, was
sealed in his sanctum, when In walked a
hirge man, w ith a ho Trie whip In hi hand.
who, demanded to know if the editor was
In. "No, sir." wa the reply, "he has
ate ped out. 1 ake a seat, and read the pa
pers he will return in a minute."
I low n sat the indignant man of cards.
crossed his leg with hi whip between
them, and commenced reading a paper, lu
the meantime the editor quietly slid down
I he stairs, and at tlie landing he met another
excited mail w ilh a cudgel In his hand, who
asked if the editor was in t "Yea sir" was
the quick resMinsc; "von will tlnd him
seated up stairs, rcaifing a uewspaiier."
The hitter on entering the room, with a
furious oath, commenced a violent assault
upon the former, willed waa resisted with
equal ferocity. The tight was continued
till they hud both rolled to the foot of the
s til in, and had pounded each other to their
heart's content. "
An Old Mkmhkr ok Cokurichs. Jacob
Barker, just elected representative from
loiiisluua, is probably the oldest man ever
elected to tiigres, he being almost eighty
six years of age. Mr. Barker was born in
Perkins, Mu (better known a Swan Island,
in the Kennebec river,) leceinher, 17711.
He went to New York when a boy, and be
fore he was twenty-one waa a leading man
among the commercial men of that city,
and the owner of five ship, tie was a
member of the New York Senate during
the war of 1S12-15, and all ur tint wurslarted
a bank, w hich afterwards failed. He was
Insulted soon after ltd failure, challenged
the insulter, as arrested, convicted, and
disfranchised, but was afterward ardoned
by Gov. ileWilt Clinton. In IKU he n
moved to New Orleans, and though 65
year of age, studied law and was admitted
lo practice, hut soon engaged in banking,
from which he has realized a fortune.
A New Ski'T. A new sect has lately
sprung up in Berlin. Its members call
themselves "Tlie t'ogiumlH." Dr. Kdwaril
Ixiwenthal,the founder, has published a
book about his opinions, which ho calls a
religion without a confession. The t)ogt
tanU also have their magazine, bearing the
following motto: "Our kiuywludge is our
faith; our dignity is our morality; our
worship is our life; and our religion is our
secret." A few of their doctrines and
practices are as follows: Neither theft nor
fraud cau bu punished with imprisonment.
Women are to have apart In the church
government. Only the lower purt of a cof
liu should bu buried lu the earth. All good
t'ogiLls are to have a good dinner for
nothing, and dine in public on Christmas
day, Easter Sunday, and Wlilt-Suiiday.
The head of the Cogllants is to wear a
black camlet cloak, with upright collar and
three silver stars on It, '
' 1
Tho venerable college of William and
Mary, at Williamsburg, Va, has suffered
more severely from the ell'cct of the war
than any other literary uisiituiion In the
South. The total amount of the lossea. In
cluding destruction and damage to build
ings, I u ml lost, tve, is ej.uinK.UMj at over
Ko.tHio. The Norfolk iuy liwk states that
the Board of tlie allege have determined
to make an Unocal to the r.iiirllHh luihilitv
and gentry to aid in the resuscitation of lite
Institution, w hich, having been endowed by
. i.i.. 1.1.7. ..-!.,,.. in...... ii, ..
royal milium f umr ki., .i , . n uvi
of Knglishuien, is calculated to. awaken
more iutcrust lu Kngland than any other
literary Institution in America.
Blessed Is the man who is always flat
broke, for no man aallh unto mm, "lend
me live uvllars. ...
Shirts and Gents' Furnishing.
AND
gems' nnusimu STOKE.
KAt.rn C. MrCRACKEX,
WO. WKHT FOURTH ST.,
loulh Nliln, bulwfian Mats nd Wnlnut.opposllS ths
, SlASfiln villi aoia &nui,h j . .
( INt'lNN ATI, 0.
OITIZKNa AND HTKANOKK8
, MWIIIOt'S OP riUH-'IJUNH, BtirCKlOK
HI II UTS,
COLLARS,
GLOVES,
Hankorel ii ) f s ,
... l:Iofcderyj,i.
..... t
AHK INVITKl TO CAM. AS ABOVE.
IX. 313 Tkd 33 3VI 33 23 IX.
No. H, Wrar Fourth Htrkkt,
Sign of the Marble Shirt on Sidewalk.
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8hlrti Made to Order by Measurement
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, N1I ,
WARRANTED TO FIT.
PAPBB PATTERNS
NEATLY CUT. ,
ttTJICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS
OUR MOTTO.
.i.i- '
ALSO
pnopniHTon
OK
NEW v YORK : LAUNDRY.
ft8
Dry Goods.
I
328.
328.
NEW, STOCK ,
DRY GOODS.
GEO A. DIXON,
328 Third Street,
(SOUTH BIDK.) ,
IT AS Ju.t rK-.iT.rf, anil l. opfninn lr.l,
II lintixl, snd lfl KsliHiwa .nick of Kuiw- u.i
PIaid I'HV 0UI8, llrwn OckmIs, Blmorl, Silnnrh
ClnUi- for Vn' nnd Huy'n Wesr, wbmh innluilHt llw
Allowing
i DRESS GOODS,
; Figured Nlk la Uolvrs.
lilac K A l'lln Hllks. Cardsit
Haps.
; lrl.li foi.lln.. Pl.ln nd Flsld.
' Fr.uch ts,llns, Pllond illd.
filno M.,iB, ail Doliu... ' ... i ,
: Plalu, Htrlp.d flfur.d Alpitcaa,
all Oolors,
; All Wosl Plaids.
; . am ..a .in...
t Antrlets Ua tjalass.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
i American Bltach Muslins. ' r t '' "
English Bleach Muslins, very fine.
, Brows Muilius
, Can Flannels. ' '
Cheoks, Ticki, and 8tripe.
' Linen and Cotton 8heetines 10 4.
Bleach Brown 84 (Pillow Case
Mnslini. ( . .-i.,.i .. .'
i GLOVES.
Alexander's (Uvanlne) Hid
Children'. CiloTee.
Bnefc, Seal and Caa.lnora Clave. A
' mitta. . .-.1 i.. -
Kllkaaa Cleth Oleves.
i CLOAKINQ8.
I v . , - i J i ' I . ,
iLadlcs ClaklmKt Hcpllanta.
If tavtri, Trf flne
"..,' Moioaw HTra
' . . ,. . W bilntr lltavtri
i Plain UlMk Cloths
a...JL. -WaJd aJani..tka. SV. kffnaW .ail i Ts.aaSl U7a t
I XIKnt Clot ha, fur Trcoat; Gtmarfti Stock
of MotiuDH, chwi and Cloak, Whit
i .UHMi, Urin "loclt; Lm Gtilivni mii
- Kmhroitir.eiJ HIrurm(it, tr j
I Urica Iiuj; Hmdlj' cole
' bt-tml Hoop HkirU,
I ...,( ... .Cit ttyl '
Foreign and Domestic.
ii w
M It
Our .took of Q.M'.I. if Ih. tmat that uould ti. ae
larladl Ba.l.rn Mkrk.u, and la sut eiit.llait la .07
iijr,b.in( at Ui. laUwt RDit ISM. elegant trjrles.: 1
The Piitaie are oonllally inrited to nail and eiam
me tor theme! ve.
GEO' X.'mxM,
lt THESD IT REIT.' SOUTH SIDE.
oflOetf
Railroads.
Monday Morning, Sept. 4, 1865.
THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN
RAILWAY.
5llSaaS3tSrri '
WIMioemmAnc. Hu.nln. three Through Tiaiae be-
twean CioolDiiatl and the J
BA8TBRN ' OITTIES,
Paiirtnit threanh the o.lehraled . 1
Oil Bi'eloni of reipsj-lranla. ,
Lmtc Payiua a. m. , Arrlt at nn p. m. ,
' " iwt v m. 1 lain. '
" " l:l . m. ' ooa. m.
The Rnein... Crtl. an.l nlliar winlnmiinl, nt Oila
l.lne. arevntirclr new. of thA moil mn.l.ra. MiilMtaa.
lial an.l apprnra.! .I.MnnpliODa, un.iuald by any
nNiwminiui.vonuumi,,
Ttinotmn riok'snsrfn ihi. . .n.i
RoulA. nan b. procitrml .1 the ll'-potot th. 6. H. e
n. Kallvai, anil at all Die principal Twket OIBoea I.
theeoiintry.
Bft.. ehenk-d lhnuh. , 1
D. MnLAHRN, n.n'l HuptrinlaaileBt.
R. P. TUIXRM,, (ienl Ticket Agent,
ml ' 1 '
DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD.
IK' I
CHAHOS OP T1MK.
TURK I DAILY TRAINS' BAST, VIA OOI.UMBUH.
nrrmjh Tialn'frO flnyltM to nit Kiulern CUiu
TIII1IK UAII.V TUAINH CiKT. I...,n. n..ln.
for the Earn n follow.: Mail, 7:S(i A. M. Co'
luinhii. Aonommoilation, 11:116 A. M.NIihl Kipreaa,
:IIU l. M. . .. . .
AHRTVINd AT DAVTilN Nlohl I.-.,,. ...a w
M. OolntnhiiaA'oininoilation, :Sfi A. M. iSayton
.4iiim,i:iu., m. f 1
Train run hr Oolumblia time. whif.h la aavaa ailn.
lltoH raHterthan Davlun titni.
Thruiiiihtiokele unn be had Inr alt lantern Otlle.
hycallluxonHamiiel W. K1112, Ticket Agotil.
. . . W. WII1I1IWAKI1, Bnp'l,
mal .... .. 1 . CincinnaU, Ohio.
DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD.
NOTICE, i .
Ob -.q.J Hftw MONDAY HoTmnhwr II. 18AS, unttl
rurthor notic, ( traiD will run on thid jroA m
ollownt -
Aooomraotftilrn, (VI. k Mail) 1mv lyton fl 00 i. m.
lnilmnniKjIm Xpr Vuu. ( , , l;(o p. m.
R?ttirnjni(,trriv ( Dayion.
AooommfMUlinn, (rt AMhiI) ,
KxprHt.
. , .ft; m p.m.
. . 0:46 ft. m.
j . It. 8TIMSON. -BinrmuDdn..
DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD. Wholesale Clothing.
C
LOTHINO. '' ' '
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, ,; FI.KE,IBEBEK ' & CO., i
e x ivr JJorjer t zi. xhjxtj ti
.:: . I: i Daylei) lOklSi; " .i t.
''' ' ABU NOW OFFERING '
! -.1
AT WHOLESALE"
, . ! A liARQB ITl0K Ot
' Clothing Cloths, , , ,,
Cassimeres, Vesting!, ' 1
Traveling; 8hirti,"
Undershirts, Drawers," '
. Kait JaekeU, ..." 1....1 1
Men's Suspenders,
Boys dd.''
Linen and Paper Collars,
&e., &c, , Ac.
Toallaf wltleh wa weald Heepect.
. . fully ;,; .. ..
CALL TIIK ATTKNTIUN OF ' ,
M E 11 O I I A.1ST T S
Wb. VUlii.f Shi Market.
' KINKE. BKRKB & CO, ' '
01 Main Street, between Tkird and fourth,
aep8,llm3mw
UAYTON, UHIO
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DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD. Wholesale Clothing. Medical.
CDTCHrSATI VEJTEEEAI HOSPITAL
Established in the year 1850,
FOR THE CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES
And flnUribfl control f two of th most KmintA
" - rnymriHii in mm wona.
TB. I!, -BONAPAKT1, FHOM LOVDON AUD
J Prii HoKpiuU, uxdfot th putttiniMri oJUm
CiDoinnftti VenAretO HuauiU!, mad Dr. K. B. Revnolda. 1
UUof New York. Thin Is (h odI y offio iaUitijty!
whrjpermnentoureof Pnvt Di mn ba i
oiUiDed, without the una of msreury or ohtuix ot
Jiet. GonorrhfBtt curod in i to forty-tw hours. I
Qloolourl to ihrvo to ton Ua; Htricturoa otirmi ib
oaa to thrswfK0, NocturoiU Knuuionii atoppod la j
twotoaixdnya; Uemiasil Wpaknatm ourad io two to i
tight weaka; ttyphilia ioita prlmry atagaa ourad io
(lire nmjm , oncogmry nyuipioma to one U Lhrt
wMsia; Bkin I1aMe eared is one to three weefcV,
impotenoy rifwrretored in one to rnnrweepe. All
diiieeiwe ot prtTUt netur treetedwlth nnpermlleled
uooeait. mmin er female.
Dr. Bonikperte'efrrMt wortt fB private dtetvftMee,
the Prif fcte ttnida to Health, la beneficial to all; malt
and female, old and young, ahould rd thia work. II 1
will eniirfiiien inoae wno grope IB darkneaa. Priee
twnnty-afeueala,AtBtby mail.
Dr. Vonate'a French Patent Male &( U !
perfectly aaia, and naverlaiLa to f i v aattafaotion. It
latheonlya-vfeandfiure preventive a.aina diakae.
Price of tbeKreaeh Patent Male Bafe,$L the rcata
one. 14 per balfdoan, 17 p-r duaen. sent by metl.
v-Ma4sme LOiiKK'H Pemale Monthly Piilsiaa
aafeand reliable remedy for anppreaiiionii and all fe
maledlaeaiMMi. Ladies ahould not uie tham durina
pretfnaoy, aaihev will produce mieuarriatc. Ir. $
peroos ei'.raftnefS ientto any addritMH by mail.
Dm B. B.arelbameo toeoottuli; ihey are un
qiHntionablyaokiiowledMdto bathe champions and
kinitsuf mereldiat'es,.nd tae nnly lwdor who
reoaive taoqthly reportMlroei1 14 o worldt thay
have been cjcu1uml from an aarly ana of youth to
witness the various disAaseit7wliloh aiHiat maubmJ
and to weih the progreMa thmnvh a Ions oartter ol
Erulwtmoiiat studr. lo eTorr sphere of life, from the
umkle abode of poverty 'jo the mansion of the
wealthy, and having aMeriined hayond adouhttha
vastsufleriiiAol hums,uily. they daiermiaedto aeJeo
the4teiieniUvas'Uui as thai uartiuuUr studs...!
to devotethsir whole aiwiuuon to the aileviatiosj of
the diaeaaes oiineaeimportsntrtinitticna. No letters
will be answerad unlassthsrveentaisj vrattiUnoe of
apoetajieHianep. uu or anirw .
Drs.BONAPAeM K iYNOLl)8.
No. 138yuamore eiraet, between JKiitU aad UUtb.
east side, Oincinnati, Ohio. k
omoeliOursfrowiHA. M.toJP. M. felT
Clothing.
GIVE HIM A CHANCE.;
THE EAGLE CLOT H IXG STORE,
i .... i i '''
, . , . ,rr;.,. , , : ,!ti li V-
HENRY 3WARTZ, l;
1 , KtlCflUISOR TO "
s wviiTz & i icsiisr,
I ,. I I ! I I I
1 O 8
.i i i -
, MAIN HTKKKTi
'' DAYTON, OHIO, ' '
AOJIMPJINO RRiPtHKorrici:
: J ' I '
nAVIKf HADTHR BXPBRlRIfOR IH LVAltV.
Inn the ezant wants o t Una oommnmtv in ololh
infr, and having met with a auonasa while here, I
hsvetharafore loratad fnyeelf permanently tn Dayten,
and mean to eetaMiith a trade w hi oh will warrant
further Jnuorasa, and eatlsfactioa in my e unto mars. I
vMpentftilly eell the Attention of my patroni and el)
who may ilnsira to bey their winter elothteg, lo my
presont ninck; hoing natisfled that sooda would ail
vanee thmfkU at laast thirty per rrt,I purchased and
ordarad to he made up env entire atook ot Winter
Clot hint ear'tar than usual, when prlnea yet ranged
low, and am therefore enabled to otfer IndueemenU
to all those who mar favor me with an early call.
My atopk of clothing comprisee' the follow tog ar
ticles, via; , . ,
LONG FROCK RIDING COATS.
' HLAt'K A BLUR SACK COATS, ,
FROCK OA8TOR ; ,'bEAVKR
i . i . ..... '
U .-. I . ' -' is. .i ' I :
SACK AND FROCK PILOT
. ..I 1 'I I'l I' -I'!" 1
OVHnOOATS 1
-,,..,,.! j. ,., , !.,.- ,'i.!' ! X ..!,'. 'ili-ii
OHINOHILXtA FROOK
OVBCCIOOATS, ' ,
...;;,:r .
nJ'.'ri ..iM.t i ,.."ii,ii . i-r-u l
BtrSINESa MATCH SUITS
.,, i, ; .". i .i
OF ALL QUAl.mitfl, STTI.M AND COLORS. "
PINK BLACK, ; , ;,v
. GOATS'
' ' ' AND ' " ' ' ', '
PANTS,; ';
fHI.st,' Pl.tUSH, VELVET VESTS).
, . : , . , I ; . .1 .1 :
TOORTrml WITH A MtSIKAIIt.t STOCK Of
jr; i .1 . ,,..;,. 1 1. ' ; I I ".'ii ! " . .u -I
. , . . . -. . l i inn-,...'!
YOUTH'S , and OHILDREN'8
- ! i I 111 .Mill', i.l I". 1 IOI"'i.
Overcoats & Suits.
, , . i , i
, , ,. THIB STOCK or
.1. imii Ja n n T'l i i: i' - '
TEAVEUH0 SHIETS;;
' NECKTIES,1
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I- .
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,,i
COLLAES, ( ' I
; r 1. 1 '...IT
TEUNKS, ,, , ,,,
HATS, and
Hi
I.i: .1 1 , .'
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lAUSIU u uguiyiiHc j
I III
".I, I,.
I I.i
I Rf ttmok mi nalron. tor put faiom, and do
r,reraia. aaa warraofc to .if. lull .eeii.nMUoa et an
note who may give roe . ohaooe Una winter, at
No. lilt Mai. street, Sr.l Soar North of the empire
uieee.
I, ,, ,. .ii,. Il'lli. I' I ... 'Ill Hi' -..111.
I. , , ,!) I !. .1 ' I ..I i' ' i I " ' -'H'i
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; ,, . r . ,i ii,,' . -, il . .1 .ii. hi. I ll.
,,,! ,. ..... II I I I: 1.1 Mil ! T 'l II I
MAXB HO MI8TAKB IN THE FLACE
:; !. "t,;;.'!'l
HENRYBOHW'APZ,"
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OLOT HIER
, !,- .. ';
1 0 8 J MAIH STREET,
DAVTON, OK 10. '
OoAtf
Life Insurance.
Mm Life Insurance Coin pan j
OK
, , III,.
HARTFORD, ,, CONNECTICUT.
EVERY MA.3ST i
..',..:.. I ..: , . . :
Should Insure His Iiifo.
ItHR MTHK fl RANTS IMI.ICIKX FOK I.lrt.
toe a term yeera, KaUowmeat polioiea and
Lillian's JKnaowm.nl. , ,
' '' A ISO, " ' "
NON-FOKFKITIKU FOLIC I lis,
... ON
1 I. i . -i i , .
Which no Paymont is Required
AFTER TEN YEARS.
FIVE THOUSAND DOIXA US
PAID ON TWO LOSSKS IN
THIS CITY WITHIN TIIK ,
i FAST SIX MONTHS.
' Amoneall th. contrivamiee ofinin to protect the
lamiljr urele from warn, none oan be lounu more aim
ele in ita oharacter. noble in lie fi-atureii. or certain In
ite reeulte, than Life laaiiranoe. It i. the prop whioh
ineayinxnuatjana leATeaio
I '
8U PP O R T
WIPE OP HIS BOSOM.
II ll the nneeen head ol the prorldent father,
reaching forth from the (rave, and "till no.irihin hia
otlapriag, aa4 aeepiDK toxether the Bunilj. Hj it,
the failBful ,. t . ,
SOI PROTECTS HIS ABED PAREHTS
. , ,( 'Mill, I : t , ,' ,.l ', '. . I. ' .
re. where he ha. preceded them Into eternityi
It the honeat debtor Hati.tle Ula coufldinx creditor,
When fate Beamed leaat propitioua. In amoral and
world); eeaae, II ie one great weapon by which lo rob
death ot hi. ating. ,. t .
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Let any huabeml, father, aoa, auk hiaiaeir,
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'If I ' vai to ' Die To-Night, Would
those who are dear to me he safe
!!. from the Pangs of ,Wantt" , ,
S7nnMthaaehildreahare a oomfortalile home, and
the Bieaiia of ednoeuout Would tlun wife he mdepen
.lni .1 ih. nold uhanliaa of the worldl WoiUd thi.
aged ud feeble parent be prorided fort, Wonld roy
eeiate pa ay debtat Would there ae no eaorl nee of
proiwrty by foroedaaleaol u adminlHtrator lo meet
riedemana.oforeditore-aale. made when the market
tend, downward, and fair pnoea oannet be reahiedt"
How few nan answer these queatlon to their uatiHfao
tiuat Th.y fear to aek th.m, and nherlsh the tielief
Ibatiney nare along leene on me. iniaiaooiu 1001-
lan annoowaraiy.
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The Bravo r Man Looks
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DANGER III THE fUE.
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That ae mer ireenle with m ma wiae enaa, that
b. may study ita nalur. and palliate its threateal...
The mean, ot pelliation are at hand, of eaiiy aiiesB to
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LIFE i INSURANCE
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Junt aUrtina; in basiness, whoaaihttcpitJlBtha,r
ensrgy and '.nwiirmy, snoiua insurainair iiyoa k mt
raouit orhairttwir hAtnlilies. Hitch anartoMis-
iDlrsied hovasty syhan kaowa to uiair craOilori,
wouia jusuy iMraas neir uoDoaeocs in inm. .
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ill I T WOUM HTIO W,
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That thay aid not Ylsh to lava thair best frlal(j
poasjq io My avoKWDiai itouiiHitiiry; ana tn
ll,.. 15-.., -!. - I .",, i ;i 1 Ml. 7.1
i ANNUAL PREMIUM
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MIchtBtlrlybaregardeaMtke Irleute a-htak M Hp.
rlgutaeari:pey.atuiealirin. ol iii.tioe.
JOHN H. HlllfrKM..,
SiiglS Agent Sir lleylon and vivl.lty
Life Insurance. Medical.
lloBACK'SBITTIBS. , ".
GREENBACKS ABE GOOD.
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ROBACKS are BETTER
Sl'UUACB BITTKI14
Tm lhAl1irn1 Hoftlrs sol. I
ialMilii(iUlh Th mot pojt
ulsr sUmia.:h ) ittrs in u.
flood for all dtmavMnsnt of
Kiuiimrb, HiliotmiHKH, jjvr
Oomj.iainl, anoral dfibility.
rohack'h utrrtRB.
TUfy posf-sa wonderful tonic
pm,jriii',H,i(utnft l4.tii loth
af.ititranJriiKfritivfi nrau
' KOBACIi'8 HITTJtBH.
nobilitaUfU.aiMnn and Ud
entnry pffMon win find in
tham an jt-.tont t Bt.
ROHAOK'fl niTI KRH.
moal will rmoi indir-HK n
and all llvAr difwurri,
llobftib'H hiftrrH.
That sm htlftr thai, alt Pill, PnwrlcW. art.rntl.i.r
naus90iis.disaffreeablonnBipoutt.l8., ,
, Jloback'e JUtlcrH.
ThiT can be Ukan mlhout reeard to diet. Asari
appflU-r thpy have no equal.
ThwV are nrftHMred hr en' old and iskinriil ehf atoian.
from w.!lUksWwnffRetal4elmdieit.r .
Itobftik BUUym
WhreT known they hare bwiomea slandard fsni-
ily HtrenKtbeoiDK remedy, ;. -j t v.t;;(r;j;
Trvonebntlle.tuidyon will always mte tham and
renommend them to olhora.
C. W. HOBACK -! Sola Proprietor
And compounder of Stomach Bitter, Blood Purifier
and HUxid Pilln, and lMMtiller and Mftnufiwluri'r of
ChUhIv and Swedish HmmJifiH, and all kinds ol (he
fincHt doimntic lujuorc, whi. h arn Kold wIioIoh,!. or
in luiy dfwtrH(qtirvntlty. at Nok.M, Atf, OtsiKt tl'i J.s-t
Third atrrtflt, fJiiM'inniUi, Ohio. , , t
Kors'ilvhy lruimlx i'aipr in nfi.nrinn t-
erywheie. fMftdawly
IMPORTANT FEMALES
rpRB MltrNA'PION' 1f IWRKl lENTfl IM
X iriese fins are tne rwun oia wan rvaiexinsiTe
pmctioe. I hey are mild m their operation, and cer
Uin inocrreotinfiallirrcKuLariiieH, FaLnlul Msnstrua
tioos, rnmovinftall obstru -tiona, whsthe' from cold
or otherwise, Hoadachfl, pain iatUettida, PsitutAiion
of the Heart, Whites, all NervoU" Affections. Hyiter
ins, VaUjrtie, Pain In the Raok and Limbs, Ac., liw
turled Bleep, which erise from Interruption of
nature. .. . . s t
lilLVHERSEMAWSVlTsLS "
Waa the commencement of new era in the treat
ment of those irrgulriti nnd 0otruption which
haveeowsicned so many to a rBMApaeeaf. Mo
femalei an ftntoy eoed healtto nalrtaa she ie re(ral.
and whe evr au oiMtruution takes plare tbrnsTal
hoalth betinslodeclirte.
VllEES EM A JSPH FEMAIKjYILI
At, thnotd.ii AleduHtid that MARRlKD ASD SlSQLH
LAT)lRtitivvriH a for mnnr vwrti, or oho rly
on no, HKWAHSOf IMITATIONS! Thehe Pills
form tli PSntst iYirpnralton evorpmt fornri, tetth V-
MKVIATK find Ktft CttUUHHlf. IK.H X
HK 0Ki:KIVRI. ' Inke fhit- a.ivertieement to yerrr
lJHlKlt, and th him that you vmnt the BFST mnA
i i kj i ...I I A U I U VUX4 A I It U tVJi I'l V U IM TU If
ICOiSLil.whictiieoompnHedio -
JiM. tJJUCESEMASH MULLS.
Are the most etfootiml remedy erer known for elf
oom plaints pemiliar to Ferns) en. To all clHssea they
are mrsluable, rv.inw, ita ertmnh,ptrriodtcai rgu
Inrity Theyareknnwn to thoinmnds, who have imd-
mem at mrmrent times, mwoukdoui int country. naT
ins the rtanction ol some nf the mont enniunt Phvii
eienuii Amenta. . .
Hrvlicit direction. utatina when xhmj BhowntMt bstuern
with each hoi the Pt-vs (Me Potior pr Boa.oonuiin-
ipij from fifty to niiy Pills. , . t
PitUionf hy mail, protnptlf,hy remitftngto the Pro
prietor, oqmi oy uruffKts aenerauy.
liUTOtflNt.B HILLTKR,
- ii'' Proprietors, 81 Oednr atreet. Mew YorV.""'
Benton A Dunham. Cleveland, and John 1. Psjk..
Oinoinnittl, wholesale agents. Bold In pay ton hy
j (U I Iv'H" Y't-
liferejuveiiatbr::
Strength to tha Weak -
Youth to tho Aged. '
TIIIH PRKPABATIOH IS UNKQUaLKII AH A
llejiiTanator and kealorer ol wasted or inert '
flinittlons. r
The ehooltt neeertain to make the Biosreo.
a houneliold ffiMl, iaasmuuh a. II will rimiir litem
youtnful in fveliua anil in strength, anil enable them
lo live OTeragaln the days of tlinir pristine joy. It 1
not only eehilaralea but strengthens, rnd la really aa i
invaluable tilesHiug. especially to those who have
been reiluoed to a oonuilion of aerviiily.Melahwae.
mlafbram., or ordinary sickness. No matter what
thi cause of Uia impoteany of an.v human orgaa,l
this superb preuiration will remove the oneulatunoe i
and forever. .1 - 1 ' , . . i
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ClRW IMPOTBNCr, ! QSNKKM. ItSttU lTT,
NRKVOVS INCAt'AClTr, 11 YUrUlVU, VKI'RtVi- ,
SOi,, f.OSS OF API'BriTK. 1.0 W li HI HITS,
WKA KNKKS OFIHSQUUA NS Of Q KNKkA TIOU, l
IMBKCJl.lTr, HEfTAI. ItilxilRNCR. BMACIA
TION, r.KlWt. IT HAH A JflWT frKUUU'Mlt., 1
UKStHABlJC, Afn HOVKl HfPKVT UPON TUB.
NKkVOUS HVXTKM.. auil all who are in anv
prostrated by nervous dlsabliitlea are earnestly ati-i i
iseti io sees a oure in mis most excellent anil una
'limled preparation. '
Persona who, by I mpruileaoa, have loattheir HA T
VHAh VIQOR. will Bnd..'ipeedy and uermanan .
oure in the -'.,''
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.ii.
The fKRB,the lASHJUlD.lht DHSPAlSINa. .,
the Oi.shonid live this valuable dlsiiovary a trial! '
it will befeuad totally diwerentirara .U otherartleles -for
the raine purposes.
O a-isaiAl.li.i.. This preparation la Invalua
Mein nsrvous weakoesaeeof all klail., astt will re- I
store the wsatad strength with wonderful permaa.
ooa. . I . . ., I , ' j
Ills also a Brand tonic, anil will give wliafln Dye., .
pep.i4wilh the rirnt dose. A brief persistence In ila
uas will renovaU the stomach to a degieo of perlect
neat! It. md uanish lyHnepsiafor.verr
lias Kouer per nntiie, or Sll uoilles for 15, gold
by llrut'MMWKenerailf .
Mi ll psnreHs Miiywherr, bv.ddresifng i
I1UT0IIINUB HIM.VKK.
. rroprietors.
il.,-. ill ' , f1 Up lr street, Mew York,'
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