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Ptrwrnk (fnyWl OtrrlA)..... $ 20
By mUL ft nvhh lb t4rnHtX.A.k.. 1 T 00 ' . WJCfekLY KMPIUE 11 Olot MNRI... ., $ 10 I he Eiipincir mlfti" tw In -nUffa la Mont gomery eoiviif 4ymnt t MtYHnv Id U pww." JOB PRINTING, or esery Js.eriptl axerutert on Mttm Time, In ha be t -tyls, and at mmU pi-toee. lktl ' Professional Cards. O D UN C AH I LL, Attorney , and Counselor! t Law, Clariua'i BulHIng, Thirst atraat, I'll DATTOM, OHIO. fclfldwtf E. THOMPSON, .Attorney and Notary, , , DAYTON, OHIO. Wlur attenY)"to all rusinkss entrusted to htm Willi diligence, promptness, and oniiw On TdM trot dtet Lubeiisourcr r (aolh ng Nira.jj LJj.-L rn.vffl-.lwly WILMER H. BELVILLE,. Attorney 'at liaw, 1. K. Car. main and Third ttt.t, . Entrance on Third Stni't, DAYTON, OHIO. noviS-dw'tlm WILLIAM H. CONOVER, Magistrate of Madison Township, llX ATTEND to drawinc, and acknowledging Deeds, anil Inn collect ion of claims. tin is also prepared to attend to the drawing ol instruments of writing;, correctly, uV short noUud. uiO-awly ' ' . J.J. BELVILLE, A ttorney a t . a w H'J ' " AND NOTAUY 1'UIMJC. , . Ot FIOH! Tsnmer's Opera tlosiae, Roon Nof. ivooiMl SUwr, '- . , i t DAYTON, OHIO. THOMA8 O. LOWK. OKOHOK V. NAI'KIITH. LOWE & NAUERTH, Attoruoys at Xo.tjv , UAYTON, OHIO. B USINKS8 TRANSACTED IN GER MAN and French. , , , Oiuv over Mickey's Hook-store, Thlnl Street, j novltO-dUm ' ' C. L. VALLANDICHAM, Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, .OHIO. ' WILL PHAOTICK 15 TLK SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Office Turncri! Ouern-llouho, riooju No. , NtwiHi floor. . ' . .,, , ..i.. , uvlK-u OKOUOK W. V0VK. i '. 'i', JOUK A. U'MAIIO.N. HOUK & McMAHON, V Attorneys - at - J- ?"w " ' DAYTON, OHIO. . ' ' OIHr kalll Third Street, Kant of Mnfn. '' Professional Cards. Watches, Clocks, and Jewlery. 7FMANK A Vfi ' , Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SPECTACLES, Etc.. Ifo. 5 Jcffarium St., UA X TON, aw Particular attention nald to Rapalrinit.'Vai ', Daoamhar an, MM, daw Notions. JOHNO.CAIH. D. K.BOYKR. WK. F. ltll'PAHD CAIN, BOYER & HIPFA&I), WIIOI.RDAI.K DFAl.KRB IS Foreign and Domestic Notions, AND FANCY POODS Woa. iHV mm 8UI, Dait Mecand St., 1 ATTO, OHIO, Jyu -' ..... Coal and Wood. I. DAVIS & ItltO., aI.KAl.KMH IN - GOAL AND WOOD! Arc supplying consumer with tlio TJ33ST COAL! That can he had, for home and aUiiua urMeii, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTI , he best quality of tOl. Ion, ettmid or llt, alwaya ou haaU. CALL & KXAMINKOUB PICICKH leoember M, 1BB6. - ' dSi D. POST, , W. P. BANOHrJTr. POST & HANCHETT, WH01.K.SALK AND HETAIU DKAUtllSIN MAH8ILL.ON, YougliicHHiony, CHIPPEWA CO Alt AMD COKE OIBoo, East Third St, opposite Xenla Depot, DAYTON, OUlOv,. . ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' " ' " Coal and Wood. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TBRXEE, WAlIKtt & MOSES, WHOLESALE DKALKIW ' I- IN ''' ; DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, "' . ... . ,ANI Tuiloi" FuruMilug (iooilM, Hm. 3, Tarairii Upa llonae, DHSrton, Ohio. . 1 Orlen from oountry daaleiv rasiieell'iilly toliclUid. . oet U dawtr Coal and Wood. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. K. 11 ILL. Locksmith and Bell Hanger NO, SMI THIHV HTatKliT. : ' (Oyer KUMit's liun Htora,) ' " DAVT t N . -;; OUlO Motlels Air I'atenta male on shoK not Ire, Hewing Ma.hilies repaireil, and all kludt of vtorlt duna k oejit aud sulisraotory uianmir. kkvh rirrKU and iterAiKKu. - lucks ulrkwl. If eoqulro,!. Hatisntetinn Riven. JaulO-dtf i ' IAIMIAINS AND NO MISTAKE. itilk-niiaed toaa, I'M. and Vet for f.r, at ohwars, of the al4 Llothmg store. Jault (Ky ,v,a;..Q aTtA ' j 1 VOJ HIT x DAYTON, O., FRIDAY, .TAlVtTAliY 2GV 18GG. TlJriJa-iJDj; N0.9G. Cincinnati Cards. . MOS UM KNTAL O YSTEK CO., WILLI A mTt A Y L 0 R - HALTIMOltK. HI).. Fresh Can and Keg Oystors HKCKIVF.il DAILY BY EXl'RKSS. Also, Covu and Hpice.l Hyatt, clams, Lobsters, J'lCkJCS, HllU'y'l, IHMI ilClllOS, - 1 tf..w.l.t. U.I.,, 8. 10. Coirncr Fifth ami Vino Sti-octs (ler4dltw'tf CINCINNATI, Ollltl. CHARLES C: DOHERTY & CO., IMfOUTKICH AND JOJ1IIKI18 OK , MILLINERY GOODS, BONNETS, RIltUONS AND SILKS. 7 Itm-n Hl.rwt, eonicr of Union, ; Between Pearl nnd Third, uvldliwtr ' CINCINNATI, OHIO. 7 C hT liTE S H O F E R . WIIOI.KKAl.K IIKALKIl IN Bourbon and Rye .Whisky, i ) ! No. U48 Walnut Ntrcot, itc tiiuKir . I (,IN( INNATI, OHIO. M. TWO MPS ON. UMBRELLA, PARASOL ' . j ANDt . . Walking' t'aiie Jfftinii'iirloi'i, No. KVT Miiln St., het. ronrtli nnd Fillh, , , C1SCINNATI, - - OHIO. Repairing I'lomptly Attended to. ikuils dla-Iy-tr 1 ADAM C E IS, JSf attrass uud 'BecWing no. 0"i "TtrrrrnT:, nr.T., wai.niit and vink. . 1 f'lnfIitilt.i tfiltifkv'. SUPERIOR, (100DS WILL BE FURNISHED TO OHl;it AT , , . . ( " ! ' ' VOIt 1 City and Country Trade. riifHillv. MECHANTSrlHoTEiri ' (KOICMKKI.Y DK.NNISON HOIIBK,) Fifth ATfir MiUnfCiiH-iiWttl )., ' QALLEHEK, HELSON & Uo., ., puopuiiiroiii. ThiHhoiiHfl liai been lltoftiilily repaired, ronovatl and newly rurniU" ' t." 4. . I""'- NATIONAL SALOON, NO. 170 WKST SIXTH STKKKT, ' , WtiNOINNATIw'cHAa' Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars, i ALWAYS ON HAND; 8t& tplendld ltlltldrd Tabu "" VOUR ttPIJUfim) TKW PIN AI.IKfU. if. ELINI, Hupt. J. Ul'NKFlL., PMp.. ... i Jiui2d:tm Cincinnati Cards. Real Estate Agents. , , JAMES KELLY, Real JEfetata and' Loan Agent, H. E. for. iriKln and Third la., ' Kntrnnce on Third Stiret, ' 1 ' ! . ; PA.YTON, OHIO, i iiovi5.dtv3m STEPHENS HUBER t CO. " ItJUI, .JiSTATK. nOKNl'S , 7i A SHO Third 8t." DAYTON, OHIO. WT VV ILL ATTEND TO THE SKt.UNO and buvlnir of real estate, loan inonev on Ikii,I ntiil nmrt.iriLU-1. inului utIUM'.titailt. tff Ota. All 1lOineiW entriiHtt-a to uteia will uti taiuuuiiy utianauu io LENTZ & APPLECATE. Ft K A I i M S 'I' A 'V. 14 , A 10 NTH onico mi Tirdntrof nortufn t DAYTON OHIO. Groceries. I in ' II. IHIIS IKOft. FRESH 'GROCERIES I IllVEUY FAMILY KESITtRH OOOD Trcsh t:ro4-4ritiM. and we HOl'ld remind all iiersons inuiresuHi so (five us a rail O A. JST 1ST J n 13 PBITIT8 Western Toaolies, i'luuia, nintwheirlum Unliiein Tomatoes, iJtaakaert te., ami t.nernek, nnn we nave tfplce and fore t)sti,vit, also, an nssoakiiunil of ,!ell!rs, Uliddleton n Hittiih and bluHtldrrr. I (.ulTufi, rii-klos, Hiit-es, taJiry !m wn.. m fm every tiling ihat QHMuarketb AITonl that is flesira- To Tolui4'4'o t Iieu4,i-s wi' Hniiltl siiv, we koe the liet article ol' Kiue ut Uutt u:ta he aad. Cono one, eoiuii all, uml sue u nut run ti. f- r , U IN I'VIIK H I1AIRII. ' iliH-dwlf Main, throe disu Im-Iow Miu ket, a.WOIIAMAN. A.ll.HMITII.j ; M. VYOtl AM AN WOCAMAN, SMITH & CO., Wholesale C-JrocorH, No 28, Mftiu 6tieet, Opera Buildmp , , UATTtiK, OHIO,' 11 AVK ONSTANTI,T 11V n.f A full and comidi'tH um1 t 4ninriv. hiU. ir'.r-k. lobiUH.o. and TM other nrtn lc-called lor in IIh whtilcxale (fnn-ery trale. Ilaviux reeeuty reutoed to our new loonips, we nave un iiiiy iih wiikwi our si'H.k. aud arc iireiiured to lit) .ill mile en in-oiitittlv We renpeell'ullv i-.-il I the ailcutiou of -aud ami cdMtHtry tieuiers im our ww mh- m yivooruw, HiitlKlUnl that we run rtre them nr. Kod h.ipi.r;iitiMiK Lney cjiii utiiam m nuuuuu iiiM m nriry. ded4dawtf . , , J. B. CILBERT & CO., t. " WIIOI.KMAMC DKAI.KRH IY Vof KW X r AX ft i JOMEHTIC Groceries and Liquors, NOri. W ANII W .IKFr'FBKON KTHKKI', OlMHI hITK MAIIlvKi'ltoCBK. toll Administrator's Sale. I 1 KHSnVAL I'HOCKIITY IIKIXINOIKti U U.e KstaU. of John Jn.-oli llellci ii h, dui'4iMi,l, etinl.tiiiK o el.M'ks j.'weirr, ore , wilt tie s.iu .411 puliliii vehiltie, at ttoo liunul llok'l, Herond ijtivut. ou the Hot 11 day 01' January, loiuiauw Ji.a iu W u'etoofc A. M. . , : VAI.KN I INK H IIKI ItMASN. Juu 16, lutui. Jaultd Adiuiui.tialor. Medical. t Th'E CREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. (Not Whisky l'rcparnlo.) . , . Hoofland's German Bitters ! WIU ouro BRBII.IT y. resulting from any cuuse w liiitovur. IX -J. PKOKTHATION OF T1IR fcVMTEItl, Jnrluci'il liv S1JVERE I7AK1)SHMH, K.M'tinilKK, OI ' KKVr,ll IilSHAMKS OF CAM Pi I-IFI , . Hor.ftfKllS, C1TIZKNS, MALE OB KKMAI.K, ADULT OH YOUTH, WtU tlnd In this HllU'rs n pure Tonic, mil iliipcndcnt on hifl liquors Tor IheiraliiKistniiraoiiliiu t'lTdcts. Ami all ilitfriiHiw nultliiK liom iiMintcrn of (ho Mvur uml IXlivc Or! at-o ruriMl hy f HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS I Pans hitters has Verfoiimed mtri rurt'S. nivi'i iH'ltor iiulrrMtin, hns mitrr t Mi.iimv, IniK iiiort rfsin t)ilik' pplc to vouch lor it, lhnn nv othtT nrtfrhi in the nmrliCt. Wo tU'Xy any mite to corn r:im-i i iiih jhhci iioii, huh fo :my on' who will prrwIiMT coriillcatc publish- I m iy iu tuut iriiuafffiiuiuu. H4MFI,-VOV4 JI;UMAN BITTKKN i W 111 ciuu every ctwe of CIIIaONIO OliwNEUVOCS .DfiniLTTY, ' ! AND IIIHKAHKS OFTIIK KIINTCY8. OliKtrt vt tlm follnwinfr nyulptoni rxNilttiiig fmiu likiirilm hi'' II i 1 1 i iritMt i vi ni'ijaim I oimLiimiiwu. luwitnl rilw. Kulmi of nioM t lite Heat i, Ariuiiv oi inc Minacu, nniiHi'ti, jii-un- 1. iirit It irmt till- KivAil. K'ltlHlMH Or WtMLFIIt 111 lilt' Stomach, Hour KriictioiiR, Hlnktug ttr Tluttrlnjr ai ltn J'ilol I he Stomiu'h, Hwhuntitijf of the llc.'ul Uin ritMl Hii'i iiiihciiit itiftnai r m inn iliuii'i 4. linking or HiilTrN'Htinir Hcnsitttonfi whin hi a MM poMinn, IHmiMttsof Vthm, lot or Webs hHoiv the Hifrht, Vi'vvr nun nun ram in trie iierm, Dcilificiicy ol lVrsnratiou, HownrsHOt tticKin aul rain In th Kile, Itnck, ChcNt, l.linbs, k... ua.'.l.l.... tl..l... j.r i11.i-h1.iw (n rim li'lotili ( :iii4iiiiI huitif iiiiiiirH of Kv.l.iuul ifit'at JipnwMoii oi liirii. , m 1 i i .-I ' l ' ' 1 KEIflRMBRU) n I I That ihtx Itilttti-ft i not Alcholin. contHlnfi ho Rum or Whinky uiul cannot iiiakv Jininkunh, hut is the IH'SL 1UU1C, III I4JU Y1UJ1U. 1IKAD U IIO OAVfl MO. From ihe Hft. ev! U. Xttick, Pastor of the IlaptUt k iiurcii. rentherton. in. .i.. loriueriv 01 itw noriiR ltaiAist ('hurch, rhiliulcijiliia at si)8cnt 1'tiaWr oftlie ItaptiKtCluirc-h, Chenl4-.r l a. , . I have known HonflantVa (iurnuin liitturs favor itlilv irir h. number of veiirH: 1 have Uhctl Iheui in mv ownfttinily, ami have wen w piaiuvU with their errcMts tliat i vni miiuca vo ric4iininenn mvm 10 many Othein. ium! know that thuy have op'rativl In a strlkjiiKij' iMiumiouii manner. jutKeprreni; mnw- lire III UlUh pumiuty prociiiiiiiiiiKLiiiB iitrmiiiniii Iitffthd utM utton of those hIMIuUmI with thit ilis- I'liset lor wniuii wwy lire' mwiniiiCTimn, iiikm: H.riMTM knowinir IWin xorien(' that KIT rW'om- m.-Aikitlim williMttiiKtalnetl. 1 do thin mon;oheer- fully in lloo.laail'1 iiUters Is IrtWrnled to lncftt the alllloUul, mui is '1not a rum drink." , , , Yours, truly, . I.fcVI . fK:K. From tlev. VV. J. Heiirrrietl, PutUir of Twelfth JJupUkl (Jbun-.li, rniiaaeipniii. Tfl ,. anffanAD T llfirf Ntfl'll tl V wPTt 1 illtftrl II IT llllllcr the ililr'iaiiitf rtttvptH of liiliKtioii, aoooiupsiiitl by it prostiatiou of the nervous nyhtoia.. Numer ous reuuMies were reMiumiumleil by frieiuin, ami Mome of them teKtbd, hut without mtiuf. Your Moollauu'ti German imuin were rocommemu'ii ny pei-KoiiH who had tried them, and whow favorable nienlhiii of these lUtUrd induced mu to try them. I liiONt enntettit tiutt J Had an uvurioii u wtumt Medicliyn from th "tliounand and one" iiuark "J.lttuiit." whone only aim seems to 1h to paint oft ewwtiie(f auddruL'cd liquor uKnthv eomui unity in a my wny, nnn inn umoeney 01 wiii:n, i ie;ir, i to make many aoonllriued drunkard. Lkni leani- iuk In tit yours WOH rouiiy a mcmcinai prujmnuion, 1 triKk it with happy effect. Ita artion, imt only ii unit the tstoiniu-ii. hnt noon tlio nervous system. vvim prompt and Knitjfyiutf. I fwil that 1 have derived Kreat and permanent Itenetit from Uio use of few Itottleii. Very repu(,tlullyf yours, From Hov. J. Newton Ilmwn, 1.l. Idlltnrof the Encyclopedia of KelifrioiiH Knowleilgeand C hris- Liiui ;)irtmu'le. Philiuklliiliiii. Aitlinmrli not diiiooiMMl to Invor or recommend Xateut Medicine in generRl, thnmtrh dUtrnrtt of "ttielr ingredient and ellocts.'l yet know of nosnf Acfetit rennons why a man may not testify to tho lenel)U he believes himself to have wceivel from any simple preparation. lutliPlioM) that h may thus contribute to the bene lit of others. 1 do tide the more readily in regard to HonflnmVft UL'Jtiian BitUtrs, reparod by Jr. C M. Jurksoa, oi ill ill city, liecatiNe.l was prvjudicl aKtilntthcm for manv yeiirs. urater the inipreasion that t he v were cluenv an alcdiolic. ntixtuiti. 1 am indchtd to mv friend, ICob't. Hajoemaker, Kt., lor the removal of lit i prtdudlec by proper teal ami lor encourage, ment to try them when hiitleriiiK from iri-ent mid lonu continued debility: The ue n ttiree battles of tlieMi lii Hi us at the hcKiuhintr; of the preinint ear, wiisiollow'ed by evident relief and rexlnra lion to a rcc of Uidily and meudd vijor which J had not (Hi for six montliK before, and had almost detjiaiit of rrfraiiiinjr 1 Ihereforo Ihank 4iol, ami my friend toe direct in if tne to t Hit iir of Hujiil. J. NKH ioS ItltiiVYN, rhilailelphia. A From IO.V. I). Merriiro, I'nilor of the, I'arsyunk H , ; I'hurrh, rliiliutelphia. , 1. ' Prom tli inanv irvni ctalilo rernniniemlnUons tfiveu to 1M-. ll,M.ll;tn,l's tierui;tn llitlors. 1 tin. tn , lined lo rive llic in a trial. Alter lisiuit W'M'i'iil lMltlefl 1 found them lo a xood rfiinHly bir tl bility. and a most excellent Ionic for the toiii;ic.l. , HKHHItJK. Krirni Hevt Yn Hnillh. r.irnierly I'astor of Hie Vinrelitovrliuild Mlllville (N . .1 .) IlliptUtt till relies, rtiilailt'lpkia. HiiviiiK us.1.! In my fiiinilv a iiuniherof Isittlesof von I' IHailliind's ... rliuih Hitters. I have to sny Unit 1 reganl t Im'iu as an ex.-ellfiit iiieili.'lue. stss'lully adapted to ri e the ilhrust they are riHHm- mendrd for. -TheT strenfrlle'ii and invitj'ii'Ut' II'' sUmi when 11,-tiilitat.Hl, ami are usulti) In disor ders of tlio liver, loss of upM'til. fte. 1 Imvu al i'.s-4iiniiiemled them to several of my friend,-, w In, have tried them, and found Ihotn jrreatl v la'tiolleiui lu the restorali'in of IumIHi Y,uii-s. truly, , , H M. ITU. lsl Hiils'hiasaii Stivet ' from the IU v. Tims. I. Winter IV Ik, Castor of , lunwirtioKJi i;ii'w-L aurtn. ? 1 , Xfnr Mr---! rwl itdua Iji your excellent prepa ration, HiMtdand n (iurinan Btllers. to add inr le. timony to the deserted npidii(lou It ha olitiuto-d. I hae for clUH. at timen Iteen Imuhled with it nut tliHoiiler In ni heiut and ncrvmis anient. I was advimwl by a frieml to try a boltlu ol' your OerMu.n Itinera. I ditl iui. and have cxpt'ienel (fn-iit anI uuuJkUooted relief; my liealth has been very not U'li.illy iM-nelltrt. 1 oulldeutly recoiiiiutnd Uie article" ft'htr' I nitfl with cjie similar to my own, mid h;iv4 lieeu iiun d by man of their irood W fecU. Ke?HHlfuHy, yiHira, T. V l.N 'I Kit. ; HoxhoiouKh, Pa. WW. ID jivwahk or coi n rritFKiTM. Hco thal llia slirmiluiv of " V M .1 VI KSON" Is on Hie wrapper of eiu-h Untie, i Klioiild your nearest dratrirlst n,it have the arti cle do not he lint off hy snv of the intoxii-nlinjr preMiralions ttint m:tv lie oirertnl in its pl.u'e. hut send t.i tia atid we will lorwurd, MM-tirely pa.-k.'.l by express. HtlNCU'Al. OFHt'K. AND MANt'FACTOHY, Na, n:l Arrh at.. Philndelpkla, lat. Juki: a ;v A, '.' , , IAhuvmmv la V. M. JACK SOU CO.) : ' I'HOI'ltlKTOKM. For sale liv ltriitritistsand llenlers In everv t.wn iu the United Hlates. dee-jn-SiiiwdJteaww THE DAILY EMPIRE. EL H. ROBINSON, rUJlLlHHEIt AND PHOPRI ETOU. ,. .Dayton, Ohio, Friday. - - January 26, 1866. Medical. JIM SMILY AND HIS JUMPING FROG. BY MARK TWAIN. Mil. A. WAiti Uar Mr: Well, t rnlled on ti(iil-iiiitiiri'(l, lfurritloiig' tiltl Siinon Wheeler, and ! nurtured nftor your frlentl LeonltlitnW.SliiiltT.itx von remiestetl me til, nnd I liiTt'iinto n) iitl Uie result. If yott rati get any infoniiulioii mil of it yim urn wcleoniv Ui t rr. 1 Imve n lin king usii- (loii unit.' your LfomiiuS tv. Minley la a niytli that ynit nnvrr knew such persnu :ure. anil Unit vnn only eonjeettiretl that if I nsketl old Wheeler' nhont, him It. would remind Itiin of hia infunioim Jim Smiley, uml li Minilil trti to work mid Imtf me neurfv to deiillt Willi soint! inferntil Tcniitiiscenee ol li nil its long nnd tetllotta n It should he ihoIixh tonic. Il'tlntt wim your dcMiun. Mr. Wind, it will gratify yon to know tlml it succeeded. ...... . , I I'mitirt SlriioiV Wli'cc'lcr tlo.ina eomfurt nhlv hv the hnr-rnoni Ktnvo nf flu. llit.li, ol,l diliiilrlittc(1 tavern In tlio micieiil. mining .iiiii(i oi muiiiicriiii; uutt noi ic.eit tnai lie wxs t'at nnd luild hcailed, ami , liad an ex- preHsitm iirwiiiiiiiiji; l'i'iiIIciichs anil eim piieity iiion hla iTntiqnil coiiiid'nancc. lie roused tii nnd pivt me ('""'-'I'lV. I told hint a friend or mine had commissioned nit to make some iiiiinirie' nhont n cherislicd eiimianiuii of hi IiotIksmI nnmeil T.eoniilas iv. Minify llov. Irfwinlilna w. Smiley n yoiini' lninisUTof the, i;ohim'I, who he'hnd Irniril was onct; it rcHiilentof tliia villain of jNfiomerano;. i niiden Hint ir sip. it lieele.i could tell inn aiivtlilntr nhont Mils Jfcv. loniilas W. Smiliiy,. 1 would feel under many ohligatioiia toltiui. : i Kinion Wheeler haekuil me into n rormir nut) blockaded me there with hia chair and then oat dawn and reeled nil' the mono tonous narrative wlilcli follows this pariv Kraih. He never unilled, ho never frowned, lie never ehanired his voice from the ouicL ifently-llowliip; key to -whicli he tuned the liiitlal ftentence. hf never betraved the slislitoat suspicion of enthusiiisni but all through the inhnrnlnable narrative there ran a vein of iimirrnslvi! earnestness and sincerity wliltdi shewed me rilnlnly tlint so far from Ilia iiniminlnir that t here was any thing ridiculous or funny nhont his story, he jvjfnrded it ns a read y itnnortant iiiutter, nod admired it two heroes as men of transcendent jreuius in HncKse. To Die the spectacle of a mail (lrlftlnif scroncly through Kiich a rtuter yarn wifhntit ercr smiliitfr was exiinsitcly ahsnrd. As I said before, I askod him to toll mei what lie knew of Dev. Leonidas W.Siniley, and he replied as follows. 1 let lihn on In his own way, and never interrupted him once. There was n feller here once by the name of Jim Smiley, In the winter of MO or may te it wan the sprinn; of 'an I don't recollect esactl v, some how, though what makes me think It was one or the other Is because I remember tho bij; tliiine wasn't llnishcd wln n he lirht come to eiunp; lint any way he was the, curiosest man about always bet ting on anything that turned tin, you ever see, if he e.oiild (ret anybody to bet on the other side, and if lie, couldn't he'd rhutifrc sides any way that suited the oilier man would suit Aim any way just so's be got a bet, he wan sittislieil. lint still, be was lucky uncommon lucky ; be most always eome out winner. Ho was always ready nnd laying for a cliance ilicro couldn't he no solitary thing mentioned hut that tel le r'd oiler to bet on it and take what side you please, as I was Just tellinp; you ; if there was a horse race, you d Hud htm Hush or you'd Hud him busted ut the, end of it; if there w as a dog-lljrht. he'd bet on it; if there was a cut tlirht lte'd bet on it; if I here wasacbleken-lljilit, ho'd bet on it; why, if there w as two birds setting on a fence, he would 1s t you w hich one would 11 y Hi st or if there was a eaiiip-uiMdaiig he would to there regular to bet ou Carson H'ulker, whoinhn judged Ij be Hie Is'st cxlnirter about here, anil no he was, tots and a good man : if he even see it straddle-bug start to go tiny wlierea, be Mould bet you liiiw lotifi it would take 1 . 1 1 tl to iret wherever he was going tit. and if yon took him up. be would follow that straddlii-bii)r to Mexico hut what lie would liiul out where he was! hound l,,r uml bow long lie was ou the road.' J. ols of the hoy hern has seen that' Sniiloy Uiul can tell yim alxuit him. Why,! It never made uo (inference to him he winihl bet on nnilhlmf the dallgilest feller. I'arsoti Walker's wife laid very sick once, for a imnil w hile, and it seemed ns if they waru'l agoing to save' her; but one inorn-,' lug lie coin.' in anil Smiley asked him how sht was uiul he said she wits considerable better thanks! the 1ini for his Inl'nit uiorey .and coining on so uinrt that, with the blessing of Providence, she'd get well yet and Smllev, before be thought, says: "Well, I'll reek two-uiul-a-hnlf that she don't any way." 'i'liis-yer Smiley had mare all Ibe boys called berth tllieen-niiniite nag, but that' Wis). Hilly in fllll, yotl know. Imciiii, of, course, sin wits neu'r iiiun inni irui tie used to w in money on thai horse, for till site was o shw and ntways liad the asthma, or the distemper, or tlio ronauiuptloii, or aoinidhlng of that kind. Tltcy iisih! t.i givt. Iter two or three hundred yards' start, nnd then pass her ; but alwnvs at the fag-end of the race sli. 'd gel ex. lted aud desia.rulsi like, and come ittvot ting and Iprmldling lip, anil scultct'hig her lej;s around lilnls r. Miuietimea iu the air, tiiureioiiu'tinim out to one hide amongst the fences, and kicking up ia--r-e duel, aud raising m-o-r-o nickel ilh her coughing and sneezing and blow ing her now and always fetch tip at the slanil Just about a neck ahead, as near aa you coitlil eipncr II ilulvii And ho had a little ellltlll btlll-lsill, that to mo at nun you o iiiiiik lie warn I worm a cent but to set around and look onery, uml lay. Air a ili.uuo to steal something. Hut aa wum aa money wag up on hint, ho tvus a different dog his utiih-r-juw'il lieglii to stick out like the forecastle of a sleam luiat, and his teeth would tiucover. and shine savage like the furnaces. And u dog might Uekle him nnd bully-mg blm. nnd bite him, and throw him overhls shoulder t wo or three; titties, and Andrew Jackson which wasthe name of the pup Andrew .laeksoii would nt'Ter let on hut that he was satisfied, and hadn't expected nolhlng else nnd the bets being doubled and doubled on the other side till the time, till tint money w as all up add then all of n sudden he would grab the other dog just hy the joint of bis hind leg and freeze to it not chaw, you untler stgiid, but only just grip and hang on till they thrownd up the sponge. If it was a yVtr. Kinilcv always came out. winner ou tltlit pup till ho harnessed a dog once that. didn't have any hind legs, because they'd been sawed off In a circular saw, and when the thing had gone along far enough, ami the money was all tip. anil he came to mnkd snitch forbispetlioll,liesaw in it minute how he'd been Imposed on, nnd how the other dog hud him In the door, so to speak, and he 'puared surprised, anil then be looked sorter inst imragco like, and didn't try no more to will the light, mill so he got 'shucked out. bail. He gave Smiley a look, as much as lo sny his heart was broke, and it was hi fatOt, for putt ing upu dog that had no hind legri for hi in to take holt of, which was his main dependence lu u tight, and then he limited oil" a Piece, and laid down and died. It, t as n good pup, was that Andrew .lack soli, mid would have made a name for his self IT he'd lived, for the stuff was iu him, ami lie. had genius; 1 know it, bettause he hadn't no opportunities to speak of. and it doii't stand to reason that a dog could make sncli a light ns he could itnilcr them cir eiiigstaucest if he hadn't no talent. It al ways makes me feel sorry w hen 1 think of iniit nisi ngnt oi. ins ii, ami tno way it turned out. 1 , [CONCLUDED TO-MORROW.] i A Sharp Wiit. -If I am not at home from the party to-night at ten o'clock,'" said ahushniid'tii his better and bigger half, "don't wait Hir me." "That I won't" re plleij the lad', significantly : "I won't wait, but I'll eome" for you." The gentleman re turned at 10 o'clock precisely. .. wiiy Is a chicken pie like a gunsmith's slorof Itccniiso It contains towMu-piecos. t , A ti Indiana paer'Bayw Lafttyette has ft populiiiJtHi of 1 i.OOO fouls not counting n Hjor!devil on Mailt street who has no soul. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. H. SCHOENFELD. Mi D. Miamistbttrg, Ohio. . AKES l'LKASUKEIN' ANNOiTVClNfi that, laivina roeently returned 'front a -visit, to Ku rope, he w ill resume Uie praelle of Medirlne in Miamishurir, Ohio, as heretofore, All professional ('Alls will bo promptly at tended to; ; i ... decs dawlm ! DR. E. JENNINCS, LnUi l'hst rlurgooo t'amp INinnlson, olferg his ser 1 vires as eHXIOIAN AND 8UROKON to the eftlatns of Ilnyton and vicinity Oil trtl-Ns. XT l.nalsw St., between I 3d anst 4th, Where he may he found at all hours. References Ors. J. C. Heeve, J. Ilavis, J. W. likliich. , aeil-dlf DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, CELEBRATED mTcNETIC PHYSICIAN, M'll.L IIKAL THK SICK WITHOUT MElilVlXK, FOR TWO MOXT11S At Goodwin House, formerly Hwaynle House, I DAYTON, OHIO, tlltlce hours from S lo li A. M . and fn.ia S to 6 I 11. 'I'he iKMir will lie litKTally eousidered. deelklst Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Boots and Shoes. HA MU KL W KILL, Miintifacturer and Dealer iu BOOTS AND SHOES! NO. 75 JKKKKILSON KTKKKT. UAVi'ON, OHIO, IVKKIS ft)3TATI.Y ON IIANJ A lull n-Mrtnient of ltwit. m.d sIhm'-i, of the lct ipiaiitA, lor men, woiik u ami eliiblrttu, Ci;.T(M-VOUK MAUK TO OltDKIU in lm host ftyle. Thin is (he eJieaeHt and IIm Ih t nlmu in lu Ion Lo liiiv. ThnM u Im call Kill tli id ill at ihiH Im no huiubuK, Country people in-e luviieauieai). , UiSMut Receipts and Expenditures. j ' T. HE DAYTON & WESTERN TliRN- I'lKK IIOAIl ttlMI'ANY -A Lii r.is,rt of lo- eeipts and e.Xieuuillires tor tlie jnir IHtd. II W.T.I I'lS TIIKASI'llUK, HR. : To halalit-e in Treasury .Itittmir) 0, IWV,, " Tolls nicivod at tiuUi No. I. . . . ' " s, a, ... " No. . . . . " No. I, . . . " So. li . . " Amount r.s-eive.1 for. .1.1 loll-honse " " duo for (Imiiil.tis tolls, . . . (I .-I3S Itl . ,Xi ll . . '.IIS ll I Total from all source. . (ti.usi ca .'.asjuui ' IIISIll'liSKVJKNTS IliKsSt IIKIl, It. j ! 1 I Ity am. .imt paid t.ati. Ki)n'rs " InU'l-nal Itevuiille 1 ill, . . u Itepairs. I.nmis'r. tO'av.'l ,Vc. " s... tunes of iircv!..r tseclsj- tsry and Tiv.isinvr. . . . " MiHrollancoiis F-xtwnses. . . " l.ivi.te.i.U U, e.UH'kh,l,lers Api d, IM16 $S7S till H 14 u.'Aio IU , site ui l'.-J iu i.sia in HTiKT 4i UnUne lu Tivasliry Jan.. ram. . - It.rt iu 'Ibe aceouuts fur reojirs, IiiibIht, oll.ee es smsnm's. i,.irtl.'i.i,.ii, iU'imscd rravel and IU.: olli. c i.l Hie tsvcri'lary. where st.a'khld.' evniiiine tli.-ui if Hi.-, desire. 'l li SH1VKI.Y January 10, latin. TrcriMirer jauttf mw OIIS I OX'S ESTATE. NOTICE IS heiatii given that the nndorsicned have this dav Im.-ii . I h I a.lsjioti'd aud .ualltled ns Fxecutor. of Mo- IsnI w ill ..,mI testament t. .l.ihu I ox, deceased, Isii'iif UiM,Si.,n,,r,' .,,., ..I,,.. isv I'M An M'im'inam. ' l.l-.W IM NF.FF, tl. VI. JktMf. Jauirl wHt Kxecutor-. AVm ' AVl ; I.V.STKI " VtT ATf Koll.-,' 1 hereby alveu. tlml the un,!crniied has this .lay b.a.n tousiinted and oiiatill.sl by the hate lour ol' .M..i.tf.Mucri At... at ) . Ohio, admlnis. lti.lor.il' Uie tial.ile of W ui A.itl"tine. lale of .,,,,1 u.uilli. ilreiw, , . . UOUI.UT It I'll KKY. Jauar IU, INM. Jaut 3I JIM HC II E I! E S( 1 1 W A KZ. OK THE E A- l.l. I l.lli III M, SfOKK Is st'lhua lilt, lialal..w..r hi. line l oats now for Ivsa lhau ev. I Janla ADVFUTISINO KATES. . i I . , IN I) A I ,L Y I n Fqnrf, iignij votub, aoua)o osa ikaerl oB I n Una sntiara. three dark .., Ian One sotisre, one weak ; ao i na ap,are, one moata.-...MM.M..MMI,..., 6 on tine S'jusra, thraa months --,1,- r lae0 Oie af)iitre, tlx mtnlhs 1A ou IN WRRKLY. ' One aquare, (elchty words,) one waekM,...... 1 1 ot Per S'liiare, eaeh week in addition....,....,, Mi Per square, one yea-,..., ' IR tin Terms for advarieementa oaouayrng a greater . siN,,a, .r ir m Kinarr pwrioa man aoore fnet-insa, mad known at the Collating linom. all advnrttse. menis areehared at the aiiove rates, nrlaaaa wnllea. reement is m,le preTlen" to Ineerttnn. Hotels and Saloons. . V GOODWIN, H OUSE (Formerly Rwayulo House,) , FIHST STIlKKT, FAST IIF CAN A I. 1IAHIN,, WAV TON, . OHIO. lllK UNDEHHIONKl). HAVINI 1JE- eently leitsed the uls.ve nnimsl House for a termnt vein's, will he readv to hecommodntc the traveling Ciil.lie on and ntt.T dnnuary 1, lHKl The House as Is'cn thoioiiKlily renovated, it Itn all the mo.1 eni Improvements, to make It a eonirbrtalile lintel. The risnns are all ne ly furnished. No pains will sun red lo miik e the gnosis r Ilia' Cinilwln onmfnrt at.le, and feel theniselvea at hmnii. Thoro la eon.' u.s ted with the llousuag.ssl tahle. John tiofinwiy. iaull-.lliwlf .., ,., .;, ! I'mnrllitor. SCHAEFFER HOUSE, UlCKMANTOWN, OHIO. lllK UNMiKKStriNEli IIAVI?f( PI'R-' t'HANKIl this Hotel, would resieetrii)ly Inform the l.ill.lic th.'it he is reflttinir the snme. and it is his Intention to leav nothinK nndinie that will add lo the comfort of hi guests. The uatruaagoof tho pulilie I. n specrfnlly solicited jeeftltf , I. JtlHH JI. KKM.F.R. 1 PH I L L I PS HO TJ S E f ItATTON. OHIO. ,. ., lllE ABOVE WELL KNOWN" HOUSE, hiivinir recently chunked hands. Is now open, and uii.leisninf- i't.'iilve alterations end improve ments lor tnea.'comniod.-iMonof the t ravelin a nub lio Nu pains w ill he spared to nake the I'lnlliiw House, as heretofore, in evert- respect, a FIHST CLASH IIOTKU Jciutf f .1. T. BARKER, lrop'r. phoTnTx housbT THIHO BTBKtrr, I UAVTOJJ, OHIO. rpj, , ,J :.,ti A 8i-A.N0, Afent..,; 1ms HOTEL HAS RECENTLY BEEX epejK d, and is prepared to accommodate travelers and (he pnl, lie generally In the best style, mad-din . ... . i , r ...i i: ... MIAMI HOUSE, MIA MISBTJRa, OHIO. , .1 JACIIB .UHBTHER. I aTosjrietor, ' i ' BucrrsaoR To h. . black, i . 1 n: PRESENT PROPRIETOR HAS titled up this well known and popular Hotel in the liest style, and is now prepared to arooaiBKiuate all Who may give him a call. . , A Isriro suable and vardareattaehed to the Hotel. The patronage of the public 1, eespeotfully soUe lUid. , , , t, .. oeUB-ditai. FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL I (formerly Ufnt Jtuu,) ... DA Y'l'ON, , O H I O. JOIIH A. SIIIHK. ... Prwprletsr, (XeceatfyorAs lietaera oad MJtanic. Staond 1 niB HOTEL nASBEEX T1IOROUGH- ' LY reiovateii, and tvfurnlshed, and will he kept aa a una class hotel Iu all lUdeparlnK-nu. Board ing hy the meal, dav or week. f;ood stalde on the proinlMw. oiiiaibuasea raa Is aad front the Depot. Billiards. Ol'EBA IIOISK KESTACRAXT. BILLIARD KOOM8, C'arnar main mmm l lr.l Sta., l.layton, Ohio. INT KAT.S AT Au7n"()VH'1. And the table nil! b rurnUbwl with tary biK-i urv and drlii nev of the neiinoii i'he Hilliard TableHnrefiom the ctdW.rmte aian ' ....(..e.. ..f H..IL.. a...l !-..... ...L. m la... " ! " "1 " IllllkU Hl( UlUJIaFltk lv. Niiriun:iii. '('tie bar is Mipjilird with Wlsef. mt IJquon oi- the cboiceMt britnds, Itoth loreign and doiuwxiic Oystora, HY THE CAN, and IN THE SHELL, CAN ALWAYS UK MAD A.T Villa) llot'HK, IllILUMl TIIH SEiSON. ALSO, li A M E OK ALL KINDS. The patrounire of the public Is rosi?rlfullT Ms lliute.1. ilnUtf (kwlNaf: ' : :: i , fr 1 it 'ir Billiards. Tailoring Goods, etc. 1 1 I I . , FI.F.DMT 8rit.lv tip. .,, ''.d;'j;;Fall and Winter Fabrics, i'iwm uuaroM.TRADB, f.cckt l buildlnr, J tlVrbOii St., AIIOVK TIIIHD. I am now Inrw alpl ef new and vlegaul slilca vf Ciuibs. lu.'tlnieri'.v i irMtnits ar.a :vcrt'0Hiln, hi. li 1 will hue uiivle iu tho tuot fabUnmaba 1 dtyics.. Htm nt I lie A.OWI NT CASH riill'KK. My old ciiktouiccit. nnd the uid.c irrallv, ar invited InWutf their ntt ait u . I h..ve en iianl i he tMivircii nf Ulr. T!Ii)tl ! ' ri.KMKS I S, w Im i- rejiuud lo m One of ihje bt 1 utter iu Uir ir'letKHii au lu iv. My M, k, id teula' k wiuln'hing (ioorH it vh e nut and iiide. and I Itaveeterj Uuug v lh Uu whicl. gcntb inoa i iu i ikftiro ( all in and exituiin mr tork. and learn wy prie4. feel cjnidvAAL I tjt Utwo i Ute 1 s I II lLh II MllftiUI JciTerkOi. M. uv I hml. ' Billiards. Tailoring Goods, etc. Horse Insurance. i 'II IO STATE HOKNK' ' ' INSURANCE COMPANY , , . i ' Or CINCINNATI, OHIO. . KtilieiiH, lliibr & Irjor, A ecu to, t!TM ThliHl tr-et. ' ' DAYTON, Oblo. A HE NOW PREPARED TO INSCRE tr..... .I..,! .7.. . T" , UeclV dU'