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Par Mk (TM to OarriersVo. j m ul, pe' aneutn, la adMBoe. .......... . T 0 WEEKLY EMPIRE. ..Any as annam ............ !"-l'7rii!ou mw I n. lane, clr-ul..-. fre. 'P ,"'' omi7 ennoty. r-.ym.nt " "" "' f,-in PUINTINO. Of a..rv rt.,-riptl..n, aieonlad on "tm Pre.eee. I ha bat trl., and At roaeoilBl.ie pric F.ntplT miUlMi H. 10 ."'' Professional Cards. w taj A. rAUILL. a Mid Counselor at Law, A fc W iv I ..'. Balldl.T' etr..t, DITTOS, OHIO. ftiW-dwtr F. THOMPSON, Attorney and Notary .ovrpwn no ATT. TUTSINE8S iitrusfcoU to mm wiui ui.. 1 r - Time nn Thinl .treot, or tSSS' ng Riore. , - WILLIAM M.CONOVER, Magirtrate of Madison TowniMp, W ,.pvn "t7TtRAWINO AND nstrumenut ol writing, wi . roft-ilwly . "jTjTbelville, Attorney at Law NOTARY PUBLIC. Boom NO. , Second oo,, noTt6-dwtf . ,u0. LOWS. OEOROK V. NACBTR. nuie Mm MAIIPRTH. DAYTON, OHIO. trsixKSS transacted in GER- OBi." ITvorl llickoy. Book-.toro. Third Street, novao-iiam . o i . V ALLAN DlCH AM, Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. ... WILL PRACTICE 15 THE 8KVKEAL cTiTcmn TVnvnkt COURTS. oraco TrTreTaOpera-HouM, Hoom Mo.JI.Hawnnd nmi1l W. HOCK. JOHN A. M'MAHON. HOUK & McMAHON, Attorneys at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. OBloe No. Third Streot, Bantnf Main. hov8d4iu . Professional Cards. Watches, Clocks and Jewlery. FRANK 8 AUP, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, jfo. 85 Jefferson bj.xxbiT, o. SPECTACLES, tic. ar particular aitantlon pai l W Itapalnna, Notions. i. I hiivku. WU.r. HIPPARD, I1AIX COYER & uIPPAltD, ' wiinl.raAI.K DKALERS IN Poreign and Domestic Notions, II08IEK X, AND TTAISTOY GOODS Mol. ti mmd tat, l;atcnTl.i DAYTON, OHIO. Coal and Wood. I. DAVIS RRO., COAL AND WOOD! Are supplying consumers with the BHaT GOAL! That can be had, for house and steam purposes, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTI he boat quality of WOon. long, aawed or split, H always on hand. CALti & EXAMINE OUR PRICES rwuiomhcr tA. 1S6S. nam D. POST. W. P. HANOHETT. POST ic HANOHETT, WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DEALERS IN . MAS81IXON, , CHIPPEWA COAL AND CCfXtB OIHca, East Third St., opposite Xenia Depot, DAYTON, OlllU. declS-dtf Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TURNER, WALKER & HOSES, WU0LK9ALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, AND Tailor' FunUthing Goods, M. SB, TretB er ;U., Dayton, Ohio. Orient from country dealers resnoctfully sollolted out 14 dawtf Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. Locksmith and Bell Hanger WO. SOU TIIIHP ITHKET, (Over Stout's Iron Htore,x i PAYTo N. OHIO ' Models for Patent, mada oa short notice, Sawing Machines repaired, and all kinds of work done ft neat ann suutiactory uanuor. KEYS UTTKl) AND KEPAIBKO. . Lock, picked. If required. Satisfaction given, jauli-dtf JBaOAIN AVD SO MISTAhTE. Sllk mlxod st Panu and Vest for t-A at nohwars, of the agl I lotliiug Mora. Janlt A TVLL PER80X8 ARE HEREBY waruwl nut to trust my wife. Theresa, on my Hhc having loft me, I a ill not nay any .Ubta aha may contract? MICUAkX NKiJUT. gh. may contract. ; jaasaMia. 1 HE VOL III DAYTON, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, D A ILY Jil rlPIRE 180(5. NO. 103. ! i ' t ! 1 j in Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. Cincinnati Cards. jiioNUMENTAL OYSTER CO., WILLI MT AT10R BALTIMOUK, KD Froh Can and Keg Oyatera nuiirivvn riill T BT KXPRKAfl. E. Corner Fifth and Vine Streeta, fonfcUwtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARLES C. DOHERTT k CO. IMrOBTSAS AND JOBBERS OF MILLINERY GOODS, BONflETS, mwnnwa and SILKS. 97 Race 8trect, Corner of Union, Between Pearl and Third, deo4dawtr CINCINNATI, ohhi, CHARLES HOFER. WHOLKBAT.l DEALER IN nK..AnM anI T-rrA Whialrtr BOUTDOn ana ajO WUiaity, No. 218 Walnut Street, I dooidawtf CINCINNATI, OniO. m. n u m r g v i TJIMBIIELIaA, parasol AND WflXklng Cane Manufactory, No. 11 Main St, bet Fourth and Fifth, CINCINNATI. - - OHIO. Repairing Promptly AUradea to. daclt dUw lyw ADAM CEI8, Mattrasa and Bedding MANUFACTURER, mo. 85 rirra bt bet- walnut and vine, Cincinnati, Ohio. Anna uini er cilBMIturilland UrtHIUH.WUUUa ". a TO ORDER AT MODERATE PRICES, . -FOB City and Country Trade. deoodly. MERCHANTS' HOTEL ! (FORMERLY DENNHON HOUSE,) j Fifth t., Hear Main, Cincinnati, O., OALLEHER. HELbON ft Co., PHUPIIIETOKI. Thin honoc ha been thorough), repaired, rivaled. and newly nirnlnnea. j""' NATIONAL 8ALO0N, NO. 170 WEST SIXTH STREET, CINCINNATI. O. Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars, J ALWAYS ON HAND. Six splendid Billiard Tablet FOUR SPLENDID TEN PIN ALLEYS. B Y1.IV. Ann J. V. fiUHAEL. rf"V. I I 1 Real Estate Agents. JAMES KELLY. Jtm E. r Hftlsi mm THIF tM Ed trance on Third Street, DAYTON. OHIO. noTM-dwSm STEPHENS HUBER St CO. HKAl. E8TATK ZA (1KNTB 87B 880 Trltrcl Bt. 1DATTUH, OHIO. nr W vv T A'l.liL'KrT TVI rrnir HVT T TVn and buying of real estate, loan money on bono ann morsgag.,m.ocoi.i..r....i-. entni.ted to them will be faithfully attended to. oos-tr LENTZ & APPLECATE. HKAL. K H r A T K A O FS N T H offlca S33 Tfclr 8.ra Nartk Ills PATTON OHIO. Groceries. I la II ae swunt. F RES II GROCERIES ! Y.t H(VERY FAM LY DESIUEa GOOD fresh unweriet, and we would rem.ad all penoa. IntarMted to give us a oau, CANNED PBTJX1 w os sera reacnw, 1 1 uu.., .,.. Tomatoos, Blackberries, and chorrlee, and we have Spice lumj Cove uyetere, also, an assortment of Jellies, '' "" anrl hrtAii IHtsni Jimua ana uoai m, nugars sua (Jofou, Pickle., Hiiloes, Kanoy Hoaps. etc. In fact every thing that th. market afford that It desira ble. To Tobacco ( u.wara we would say, we keep the best article of Pine Cut that can be bad. Come one, come all, anu sea wnat we run no. delS dwtf Mala, three doors below Market, 0. WOO AM AN. A- 0- SMITH. M. WOO AM AN WOQAMAN, SMITH & CO., Wholesale Crocers, Ho. 28, Xain Street, Opera Building DAYTON, OHIO, II AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND r,iti mnA Mmnlatfl mUwk. nf Jro,ar.. Wuts. Pish -Titluuvivt tinil flvurv othr firticltts call fd tor in th wboiestufl gixjrory ir&uu. iiuvihk row nij remuTw ave urattly ineroastid our to SI! all orders promptly to our new rioinB. we nitve AtdM'.k. Kn-ft mm nrMimrtMl to i W rttsiMM truUy csii in vviiuos. iv call th attention or city ann and eouutry dealers to our new stock of n-roceri... siiilstttMl that we cn give tU m as yootltmpraiusM tin y mn oiitsvia at any other House in tha oily. J. Q. CILBERT a CO., WIIOI.ItSAI.S UKALUtS IN roiiEiay avd domestic Groceries and Liquors, NOS. 1 ANI TS JKPFKHHON STRKBT, OPPO f II B M AHKKT liOUSK. VlSITINO CARDS Neatly printed at TUB RUPIRH buiam Job Rooms. 13 orcNUINE SEALS rfTN" OVXR- ATS at Sit. at Bchwara, of th. Kaa-1 Clathinf sura. . fmmw ,nac'a t. I.,', 'i Groceries. Medical. It, Byei, Pain In the Hide, Hark, Chent. Limi '"""""lAo.SHddonnuiiheiiof Heat, Burning In the A THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC (Not a Whmkr I'rupar.tlon.) Hoofland's German Bitters. I Will cur BFBIblTY, n-Miltlng from any cause wnnieTor. II PHOSTHATIOm OFTHR lyiTEM Inaurfl nv SEVEEIC HAnnHIIIl'S. OIWUKK, M p;vpiia DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE. 80LDIBBS, CIT1ZKN8, MALI OS FINALS, ADTTLT OR TOOTH, Wlllllnrt In thli Klttcni a pure Tonic, not dependent oa bad llquora for their almost mirecmoiu eueou, And All ,11. ah. mi n,,iltln Llrer and DlKeetlve Orgaiu, are curea ujr HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS I A HIS BITTERS HAS PERFORMED more cures, fle better atlnrar.tion, na more n. ttmonr.ha. more iwipectalile ptwple to vourh for than any other article In the maraeu we only any on to contradict thfi Mnertlnn, and To anj one who will produce a crtiflr.ate publlih i uj u uim is ni yvuuiiiu. Q HOOT LAND'S UEHIWAm B1TTEHI Will cure every cane of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, AND DISRABX8 OF T11K KIDNEYS. OtwerTe the followlnr nymntome itnultlng from (IINorrtcrft ol the niretlve ortfAna Anlitltv of tha ntomach. Natmea. Heart- runt for rood. Kulnew or Welitlit lu tho rtUimach. Hour Kructiont. Sinklnror Kluttrln, Ute't j jj. a-n.u the lleai g.. Fluttering at me Heart, Choking or Huffocntinjr nen.aiinns itlng Hennatloni wncn in of Vl.lon, DoU or Welw before the Hlghl, Fever and Pull Fain in the Head, Uenrienoy of Peraptration, YcllowneM or the wkiu Ao. mioaon nuiines 01 im,. aummH m Con.Unt Imagining, of Evil, and great DepreMion oi npinie. aEnENBf.ll l That thli Bitten It not Alcholie, oontnlnt no Hum or wninay anil mnmn muau iiuin.i.W Beat Tonio In tli World.' , but u the o EAD WHO SAY MO From the Kev. Ixivl O. llevk, l'antor of tho BjJ'tlst ( niircn, remoennn, h. a-, lonneriy u, um ....u Baptist Church, l'h(lalolihia at n.cHint l'aator of the BaptiH Church, Cheater I'a. t kavvA ktwiirn Hoofland's German Bitter favor- ahi for a nnmher or yearn ;i nave iiMminmn id ui; Awn fBmiiv iii hAve hflfin so nl5ased with thai n(T,anM (.har I WM InillliWWI to rwx)m luenii vnoni HJ . mw.it !.. .! than havn gtrMriktA a strikingly henenct. manner, a taEeirruat pivim Ibi khiiB nuhlLOv nvAelBiniinrlhis ftu't. ana call pates for which they are recommended, to these ltitters knowing from experience Miat my rccom m..i.p(. win lu iBiMtnivl. I dn Lhis. more chotir fully as Hoofland's uiuers is inwinuwi w imuuui. V.a.tn Ir-nttr T.KVI G. HKCK Vrom Her. ft. D. SelgtVied, Pastor of Tweiah Haptiftunurcji, rniiauuipma. OmUtm: I have recently been laboring unnar the distreulug effecta of Indlgction. ancoiniiameu liv a nroatration or th nervous aysuun. r unir; onsiamedie were racoiniuendcd by frienua. am some of them tnatea, out wnnoui renoi. i our Hoofland's Uonuan Bitters were reoommennwi persons who had tried them, and whose favorable mention of these Ultters Induoeii me tu try them. I must conle.s mat. t oai an avemiuu w i Medicluea from the "thousand and one" Quack "Hitlers." whose only aim euuins to lie to palin sweetened aoddrugKod liquor upon the com 111 unity a lite tenuency 01 win, 11, . irr, connrmed drunkard. Uponliarn- I ing that yours wu ic that yours was ruauy a rovuiciuai prvprn,i.ii, I took It with haiipy enact, ita action, nut only upon the ttoinaru, out upon sou nwrvuu. by.,,,,,, wu uromnt ana tcra.iiyins:- "' derived great and pormanent hencflt from the lurmanent noncnt from me orv respectfully, yours, I of afewbouies. Very respectfully, yours, W. 1. bElOFRlED, Ha. MA Shackamaxon st. From Bct. J. Newton Brown. P. T). Editor of Kucyciopeniaor rteiigious n.nowiu(rcuuu.i. tlan Chronicle, Philadelphia. I n,i,.,.k.i.MMl I. hmr a? MMiamBnil I rataut auuiciucs m grnoriu, ii,i. . .lfv tolha benellu be believe, himself to have reneiveil from any aim pi. preparation. In ihe li"ia that he ik... M,tviv.,. tn thM h..npflt f iiLliHra. f Ar, thi. tl,a man. muIIIv In niffurri to FToOfland'S nmin Blttors. Dreuared by lr. C. M. Jackson, Uiis city, because I was prejudiced against them many years, under the Impression that they fthienv an alcoholic mixture. 1 am indebUM) to friend, Kob't. Khoemaker, Kmi,. for tho removal this prejadloe by propor Utlsand for encurago. I ment to try ttiem wuun sunuruig inn grtjitv loug continued debility. The u.c of three bottUis icinnina of the prtMent of these Hitlers at tne year, was followwt by eriiiuni renei anu re.u,r. tiun to a degree of liodlly and mental vigor which I had not Ml for six month, IxU'ure. and had almost ear. was followwt by erldunt relief and rtu,ra ...uii nf r.M'M.lttlna'. 1 tti.ruforo thank landmv friend for diluting me to the us oi mam J. KKWXON BBOWN, rhiiadeipuia. A. From Bav. D. Merrige Pastor of the Pastyunk Church, rnuaueipnia. w ,w. MKntf wmiwUIiI, mcommendations given to Dr Huoflaml's (ierman Bitters. 1 waa to glvo them a trial. After using several bottles I found thorn to be a good remedy for L7, T. J V-,.. .,V.ltasi tJuls hr the .toma. vi mkrkIOB. rrom Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pastor or Vincciitownand Miitviuern. j.) iiuiuuiiui, I'hiladcluhla. Having used In my family a numlier of battles Four noonana'S uerniau ihimiii, , ".i, rw -j regard them at an niuxillcut medicine, siwelally adanted to rvmosa uie misciuus uicj ""' niendod fuv. They slrunsilieu and invliforauj ..v.uon when dcbilltatcl. and ara useful In uin.r- d'.rs of the liver, loss of appetite. Ao. I have rooomm.nUtsl mem to several oi my iuv.-, have trieil them, and found them greatly UanoBclal lu th. restoration of health Yours, truly W as- Ball l u. so. Ii uMniusuu .... isr Prom the Bev. Tho. 1. WinV.r U. I)., Pastor HoxborouKU uupiist cnuren. Dear Sir: I reel It du. to yonr excellent prepa- Hil..n llnofl.n.l's llarmaa Hitters, to a.1.1 my tlmony to tho dtwerved raiiutauou It haa otitainwl. 1 hare for years, at limes, boon troubled with nisuniwr m mix uro , u... . a. vlseo. ny a rriena 10 try a nn.,.,u,Lwl rallef. mv lienllh lis boon vcrv 11 u,riallv lwnerttd. I conlldentlv recommend article where 1 meet with case, similar to my and have been assured by many of their uood Kesuoctfully. yours. T. WINTKK, Koaborough, l D alCWAUl Or COUNTER KKITfl. I See that th sifaat.ira of "G. M. JACK-SON' Is uw w raiioer 01 aacn uome. Rhonld ronr nrarmt dm prist not have tha le do not he put on ut 01T bv anv of the intoi.calinjr I pre nitrations that mm in lU 1H1M'. ecurvly paokoU .end to us ana w. will lorwani, by ex prase. fHINOIPAL OrVIOK AND M AKttrACTORV, Ma. SSI Arch at.. Fhllajdelphla, JUNES at EVANti. Asaasasar Id Q. M. JAOtOtOJftt CO.) I'hoi'hiktohs. For sale by nruvI.Uaud Dealers la .very la taa U at lad ktaMa. sVomsi JoiwdAwiww THE DAILY EMPIRE. H. XL ROBINSON, iUBI.lSUKR AND PROPRIETOU. HONOR TO OUR WORKMEN. Whom shall we call or heroes; To whom our nrtilset (tin iff Tho pamrmrfMl en i 1 1 1 of fur tunc; Tho titled lord or king t They live hy other's lttlior Take all and nothlns; Rive: The noblest types of manhood Are tboy who work to live, Then honor to our workmen, i (fur hardy sfins of Uitl , I Hie hnroes of the workshop. And monarchs of the soil. Who spans the earth with Iron, And roar tho ih litre iltiinw? Who creates for the rich man The oomnrt of his homer It Is the patient toller All honor to him. Mien I The true wealth of the nation Is In the working men. For many barren apes Earth hid her tnuuturos deep: And all her riant forces geenied bound a in a sleep; Then 1 filler's ''anvil chorus' t liroke on the startled air, And, lol the eurth. in rupture, JUtld all her riches bare. 'Tis toil that over nature Gives man his pmud control: And puririe and hullows The fewtplnft of hit soul, It scatters foul dist-aaos, With all the frhfiMly train; PiitK iron in the iiiukcIo, And crystal In the brain I The Grand, Almighty ItulMer, Who fashioned out of earth, Hath stamped hts se.il of honor On labor from her birth. In every angel flower, Thut h1ooms fiom the Rod, Behold the master tonches. The handiwork of Jod I Thrn honor to our work men, Our hardy sons of toll The heroes of the workshop, And monarchs of the soil I TROUBLES OF A MERCHANT. [CONCLUDED.] ny on use the y muy of for my oi nun Owl. In duced de- li. tne at me also , of tus. srrcat - ma. the own, ef fects. a. on art I tui Vat. town Mr. Frazlcr nt, dawn, and bwriiie the clilld'R le(? to thp III!, kiiw tlmt It was iov red with blun and groen aH)ta;aU Htiovo the kuoe there were not lean than a (lozi n of those) distlngutahed marks, lln exara- tned tho other Irg, and found It In tho name, condition. Mr. Frazlcr loved that child with a deep temlernosH. She wns his all to love. Hit mother, between whom and hinmelf tliorc had never been anv sympathy, died two yean before, and since that time his pre cious darUng-Jie apple of his eye had been left to the tender mercies of hired nurses, over whose conduct It was impossi ble for him to have any rirht of observa tion. He had often feared Unit Slugirle was neglected but a simplclon of cruelty like this never came into his imagination as possible. Mr. Fra.ler was profoundly disturbed; but even lu his passion he was culm. "Jane," he said, sternly, "I wish you to leave tne nouse imnieiiiauiiy.' Mr. Fnuicr ranir the bell, and to tho waiter, who answered it, said : "See that June leaves the hointe at once. I have diseharffed her. Send her trunk wherever she mny wish It taken, lie re is the money tlmt U due. I must not we her again, As tho waiter left the room, Mr. Frazier hueeed his child .to his breast tiuhtly again, anti kissed her with an eiuzcrnes of manner that was unusual with him. lie was fond but quiet In bis caresses. Now the sleeping impulses of a strong heart were all awakened alive. a . a In a small back chamber sat a pale, sweet-fad, patient-looking woman, read ing a letter, which had Just been left her bv the nostman. "Thank Uod," she said, as sho finished reading it, and her soft brown eyes were lifted upward. "It looked very dark," she murmured, "but the morning has broken again." A Hgbt, quick step was beard on the stairs, and the door was pushed hastily open. i;iiaries, uear. The boy entered with excited counte nance. "I'm going to get a place, mother." cried to her the moment his feet were In side the door. The pale woman smiled, and held out her hand to ber boy. He came quickly to her. 'There Is no necessity for j our getting place now, Charles. We shall go back n,ngiana." t )lt, mother." The boy's face was aglow with sunlieams. "Here Is a letter from a gentleman In New 1 ork, who says that he ia directed hy your uncle Wilton to pay your passKgo tu Kng- land, if we will return. God la good, son. ih'I ua do uiuuKiiii. C'liarlca now drew fixim his pocket note which Mr. Frazier had given him, bunded It to ills mother. What Is this r she asketl. "The gentleman who promised to get a place told me to give It to von. The woman broke the seal. There three bank bills of tun dollars each enclosed and this brief sentence written oil a sheet of paper : Siod sent your son to a trim friend. Take courage. Let him come to inc "Who gave you this?" she a-kcil. "A gentleman. Hut 1 don't know he was. He w as u Wind looking man, he Hike rather harshly at llrst. "Did you ace what inline was on sign r "I never thought to look," replied boy. "1 will write thegentlemrn a note, thank ing hint for his kindness, and you must take it to Ii i is lu the morning, (lod is good to us mr soil, and we must Ihi obedient thankful. Just a little before evening twilight a word came up to the woman that a gen tleman hail called and wished to see her. Iio and see who It is Charles," ahe to her sou. "Oil, mother! It's the gentleman sent you the note," exclaimed (.baric. wants to see you." "A.k him to come up, my son." said A man's 11 rut tread approached the door. New face had met lu the memory of " K)h Kdwnrtl!" f,dl fron. lir 11ns In a iutk fniriirN'Ml volr, I'up tlm wn Htnuif;! v ' Hd'Untoil. llomlvniirnl, nut niMtikhir until lu h:ii tnkon nor hutin. r ldn-iic'! I never ttionirlit. to am von tlaiH," lie mi'nl lit u mini. Mini, evenly nuiih Vitlcc, to jH'tTtdvo tho drfp iMiiotbni 1 lint iny ln'iiriitii. IIo snifl It lookimr Inwn into tin: dark, soft, brown ovos. 'IJut, I think tun is a ProvUloncp In onr nie-t- Inir," In mhlnd. Tlii'v Hilt down nml tnlki'il lontr roiri't riiT tulkn) over tilt- tliliiL'mromibv. nnd rthi! rttlll!8 Hint St'inratrc tjiclll, WhllO Mr hwtrtS btMlt OIllV for PRcIi Oilirr nf tlltl wenrv vciirn tlint liml tmsw il fur both of .tlH iii ftiK-f then of the nrtuul l.r.''nt int tltelr lives, I have a motherless child," lie said at liiBt "a tender little tiling tlmt I love, and to-day 1 II nd her body purple with brnixcs iroiu tno cruel liaml ol a servant! ion have a noble boy who Is fatherless; let uie be to him a father. Oh. Florence! there has been a dark void In ottr lives. A dark and Impassable river has llowed bet ween us lor years. Hut wo stand at last together, sua ir Hie old love nils your lieu L :is it nils mine, there are golden days lor us in the future. And so It. proved. The ladv and her son did not go back to Knifhiiid. but pacd to the merchant's stately residence; she be coming its mistress, nnd tindlnga home there, anil tho boy a truer father than the one lie bad in former years called by that nume. "Do good as you have opportunity." Only a week before the bid's application to the merchant had this injunction lieeu urged in his healing by an eloipient preacher, and the words coming In his thought led him to call back the boy after hl cold, almost unkind repulse. Many Mini's he thought of I he incident afterward, and of tliesuiall event on which such life-long issues hung, almost (tvitih- liug in view of what he might have lost had that slight opportunity liir doing good been neglected. - Men of the greatest knowledge and abil ity, if they arc not virtuous, are only the more disposed and able to do mischief than others. [CONCLUDED.] Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. H. SCHOENFELD. M. D. JMiimilHburg, Oliiti. Takes pi.kasitukix anxouxcixo thai, hiivirnr n-eentlv returned fiom h visit to IC11- roie, he will rename the iiruelicv ui Mcdi.-lnu in raiaiiiisDurg, iinio, as iien wuorc. All irol'unbioniil calls will lie preniitlv lit ttiudisl to. ... , lictH.iiiitviiii DR. E. JENNINCS, Lute Post Surgeiiii Cuinp I'iMiniriou, olTers liu wr Vie its lis HIIVSKJfAN AND HUKOION' to thu viliiious of Uuytoii uud viriuity Ot'ft'lCK Wo. A? I. ud low Nt., brlun n it a ann -I 11 Wher he may Ite liiund at all hours. KA'Ceri-nci) lr. J.V. Huuvu, J. ituvin, d. V Iu lri h. h.-i-Vr tin' DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, 1 nt CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, n I i.i 11 r. a 1. uibmi l vvii 1 1 v m 1 meiicixi ion ru n Mosrirs AtCoodwin IIousi', formerly wiiynlc lloiirsr DAYTON', Oil IO. Offlrn hours from 8 to 19 A. M., and from 9 ton 1 M. Th- poor will be liburu'ly ooiisidoitit. Boots and Shoes. he a to uiy the me en- to morrow." who but the the and fell, said who Ho she, Uie SAMUKI. AVKI I.L, Mtint: riwiturer and 1l,i1t in BOOTS AND H OE3 NO. 75 JEl FKltSON STUKIiT. DAVToy, (Hill), IVFKI'H CONSTAXTI.Y fX II AND lull IIM.irtlllCIlt ol HooL hll.l Nlioc. oi lllc Oct qiiiilit), lor uien, aomeu uud cliil.lieti. (TSTOM-WollK MADE TO Ol.'IiKU, in Ihe beat utiles. I'hi, is the clicnct uicl tbe iM-st i. In, e in I'liiitoii to buy, 'rbofe ho e:ill will llud that this is iio hiuiiliug. Cuuntry .,hi.Ic ait ilivitel hi lull ile.'ll W.IUI Receipts and Expenditures. Ti UK DAYTON WF.STKHN TFI5X- 1'lllK KOill UlMI'ASY. Aliliuul 11 irt ul Ku- oviiila and I.XHiuditurcs lor lliu car 1mi. HWHIPTS TIIK.AM IlKlt. To buliiiire ill Treiisiii y Jiiiiuary 9, IH.15, llll ' Toll, received at Cute n I " " " .Noll, .... " " ' No S " ' No 4 " K.i. S " Auioiint n'eeivisl lei ol.l n.ll-lioiiMiiH.l.i ' " dllU iol I lllllinitli. U'lla, . . . Total front all sound's, i . s Tsn . Ms . i r..vi . I'M 1 IM s'. ,i i.uM Mhiii itsi :iir.NTS Tia:.si iti:u, i n. It) Hlllollllt .1.1.1 lillU K,S JTh . " luliTliiil II, Vi-liue l ax. . . " lei,in,, l.niiitM.r. liruM! Ar ' h.il.itles ol Pne. toi. le- t:,r :in.l l'r.Muler. . . . " Mi., oll.eicoii Ksim'.is'. . . ' llivi. 1,-ii.Ih I., .si.m Lhobb ,-. April. IHS5 s7ii io f 11 6-A.-I 111 'Jill 1,1 1-.-J IU I S! on s nsi Jial.uiu1 in Tro.t .rU fl. INifi A i,7 'I he i:i- oiinlji I'ir li':mrs, tuuili.'i, l';im1 .i.it oi tu r v (wii-c, (iilicul.irl v itt'tiiifccl arc tn lilc the nOi- c ... Ill tsis.'tvt.ir.'. w here t(oi Lltnl icir. wxHiuuiv I he in tl Llii- i -ire o ti. Mil i.l V. Trv i-m. r .l.iDiiriry IV iMiti ja.ttit tt. tOX'S KSTATK. NOThi: hcitjUv (jfivim lh.it lliu uii-l. r-.msi hivf i l-i-u iiuiv aintt'iiiU'tl anti int.iliiicl a I " Ilir l;ir-l u ill 'itnl tt rt:iMii'iii nt .(otiii i. i, t( llcol Miml ;; - ili'TV I onntv Oil n l.'l- N MM A N tl f ( IN Al.ll.) l.r.V Ii Nl 11, l.ciitoj a w . k i. m r. .woi.I'stkin's rsTcr; N e.t..ebi kIiiu ib.t.i... iiii-i- 4, ,1., en .1 .....1 .,!,;,. ., 1., 1 l.il.ll ,.f l. 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MltT. ill lu. r.-ik.lv I.. .1 IrrA.nliiin l.ilr llit 1 1 u vi'l ill..' iuihllc mi uml uiii r .1 Itlic mi mill ullrr .hiimurv I, iin. Tint lloui.ii '",'1' lh";""i",h.,1 r,;""1V!'1,' i. M It ll III) rill flir rumus lire nil litivli' iinni Slmri'il Ui muk.. Ilir jn Vuul II II (MtilH'MaMr llul-'. -hi-1. No p.iiitH v ill l,it.it u in t l' 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 - 'l-. nn.l t.-.-l li,-w . v. m I IlL'tU Ih roil- " "";J ;.Nn N li'd 'DWIN I'l .i.riet,ir. Jutlll-diiu If S C H A E F F E It 110 USE, J HUM A NTO VV X, OHM ). T , t II AM:l this llolel. Hi. Hid im I i.lly iii.,,. the ptil.hr licit lie i retain x Hi. .iice, Ui, hi. ii.U'iii ion i,. i. ..ii,, ih, inn,,-1: i ,; .t,., i , ..t , " j-; 1 to I lie eoiiilort of lilt. tr" vt- I lu. n.ii ecu' .i) ot" .,9 plll.li.' i ?-e.H cn'i.lly .o!icil,-.l. (IctOlir .I.IIIN l. KKl.t.l C. PHIL LIP S II OUS E D.W'J'ON, OHIO. Ii IE A no VF, WKI I KNOW X iioisi-: llaviiiK I'.'.'.'H 1 1 . i lctiut I ti. ll.,.'lfoilit.' elenie .ill.-r incut, lor I lio ut . .ml iii.m t., 1 1. .1 lie No p.iiiiH , til 1,. k I tioUke ;ls luTt toroie. in , v, t I.A-H lit) .1.1.. cl ji'i'.it: .1. 'I', PIICENIX HOUSE, riiniii siiii i.T. DAYTON, olllo. ,. .-.I'A.'.i, Th HIS HtlTlOI. HAS i:K i'.N'l l. 1 ,,jh:'i-lTI 0,M'Im it, .ttil IS prrplll-l Ui Hi 'iill, I; 1 ; Ull'l 111.' pUi.lit 1" iulh 111 I'M- l.M L -1 , m'JIl-dliii MIAMI KG,, SB, ' f II JVC U.B X? ...,. .' ;tio. j l e ii;i t in ,. . Ir ,rier.,r, st 1 1:1 jsnn in 11. 11. i;i.u k. rn 1 ru: rui:M;T pim n'ln ivv s v 'il tin ttijtt i ll know tl iltll IxilM.l.it' I hi, 1 . lit , in ,.a ... L n-t ti j In. .mil s m iui(.in n Uia- ct' ii a f .. Who iiuiv $ir linn :t c;t!l A Iiiivl' -l.itd'-.itiii ml :iriMU:i- In 'I I'H In- H ' I " i 1 V imIimiu ,;r .i tin; iinhiu is rr-,.i'. Hull . - tt-i. o.(Mi-". FARMERS AND MECHAMC. KOTEL .Formerly J.djttffu. il-ik., JOII A.MllltK . 1'ri.urii.lri . M I'tttli -tin inllih a liol.ly rn 1 ii is nuTi;i. has j.kkn 'i f !. .i:it t; l,V 1fiiov.il 1, ai-'l iL'ii:iiii-.ii, ,ix. j ill It l.c, l tl tilst .'hi--, hot.-1 j i .ill iUiii-ii.nl iiit'lit- I i. V. IliK D tlltl infill, tiny oi vti'i-k. i.im.. hi..i(t' ! i'.ni Billiards. OrEUl lt.lt h-iATU'?MXi ..si. T3TT.I-T r T T? O O IM r.itr 'vitiin I MVI" rt Firm si,.. . t )h:o. -- y fropi (r tor. A! 1. 1H)1!; i ii! be I'm :,! iie.l v of tile -i.ti til. 1 1 ..III I be 1 ,U (.11.1 hi I' And tho I: M. - . urv itit'l ,lclli-ri. v Hi., liilllulM 1 tif.i, t.o i.- ,.r .li.i t 'l,i,'i Ii tint i. 'I III' I.WI' ' Ml. Die chuLeM I.. ,.. .1 v iili Wi i. , ll. loll .; III.' I I. 1 Hi.' O 3Ta t era, HY TIIK CAN', nnd JX TlliO K!!..' CAN Al.ltytVS 11. II A II Al -HIS l.l.l.r.1.. i.i kim; llll s)r:AM. ALSO. UAMK t Al l. hIMi-. I B,' .!' toe , i. blip I re fl'l llv .1.'. " I till lUflll I.AM.?., Meals .'.t Tailoring Goods, etc. 1st tin ui .VI Mi .hi if U. f T'-. b f tsi i in . ui ' (l I l.i. A . t t, Tl I I S Ol na t" :-x er f '. f A I i.iCitt'! ', .1 I. 1 u u 'n, '2 . it I IUIV I am ttoM .ioi!, i bv o.l I.1 it'.- f ti UM" -,rt !: ii i i. nt i. 11" ii i ui it..' I li-.t' ) l !, I.4i t. im .1 i i - v if SI Hn, k ..iol inii if .ti jfftlllt C;i i .ul in IMi.i - 1 u. I ot i'.h UJ IS Horse Insurance. ol iio st rr t:i 1 INSURANCE Cl -PAN f s('il I,-. llul.rr . , i.l- J7S i l.il il ( X3 .-v-r."!-r r. i iio. iViii: .vi.'.i !'i:i.t ..i.'- i. n... ..... t . A . .... (root . ,v.ul ur 1imlo.v. uu u.n deua-ua ib liow.l Utli.