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Per week, (payable to Carriers)- Uv irn.il nor Annum in advance .1 .. 1 Ml VKUKI,Y UMl'lUK. Ud cnnv, per annum H JIO nwjT fn Kill'l'lr. HrruUt (rra of ostage In Mouigniiicrv county. , Payment in tlM In all JOB PHINTINO. Of every description, executed no Steam Pressus, n the he.i .ivle. and at reasonable prli'. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST. Professional Cards. ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorney, and Counselor at Law, aurmu'l llrtl,TIr .tree, DAYTON, OHIO. fMft-itwtr E. THOMPSON, .Attorney and ISotarv, DAYTON, OHIO. WlLL ATT EN n "TO A LT, BUSINESS entrusted to him with diligence, jiromutnes, and ' ouice on Third streirt,ovBrI.sbenslinrgorii Ooth- ng Swire. nov'AVdwly WILLIAM H. CONOVER. Magistrate of Madison Township 11T VV ILL ATTEND TO DRAWING AND ..i- iih.,,1. sml the collection of claim.. Ho In Him prepared In attend to the drawing of ustriwient. ol wriliug.corrocnj, u.i,um" in8-dwly J. J.BELVILLE, Attorney at La v AND NOTAUY PUBLIC, i om El TornerUOprHM, loom No. S, Seeosd Floor, DAYTON, OHIO. nov9S-dwtf rKOMAS o. lowkI oeohoe v. nauerth LOWE & NAUERTH. AttornoT8 txt XjCVXV DAYTON, OHIO. n . HirsiNKSS TRANSACTED IN GER MAN and French. Office ovur Rickey1. Rook-itoro, Third Street. novSO-dgm (V 1. VALLANDICHAM. Counsellor at Law, OAYTON, OHIO. WILL PRAOTIOK IN THE REVCRAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Outna Turner-, Opera-Home, Uooia No. S Hecotid Flour. i.,.,.-. UEOItUE W. HOIK. JOHN A. Jl'MAHON. unilK & McMAHON. A-ttorneys -t Law, DAYTON, OHIO. Ofltre No. a at Third Street, East of Main. novltA-nin Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TUKXKK, W4LKKR & MONKS WHOLESALE DEALERS , IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, AND . Tailor' Furninhing Good, N. 8i 'rtirr Oaira Hoort, 1 lnvton. ( Ih o. Orders from country dealer respectfully avllolted. Oct 14 nawtr Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. E. HILL, Locksmith and Bell Hanger NO. 309 THIBD STREET. (Over Stout'i Iron Store,) DAYTuN, OHIO Model for Patent made on short notice, Sewing Machine! repaired, aud all kind of work done In neat and tatmiaoiory minnor. KEYS FITTED AND REPAIRED. Lock picked. If required. Satisfaction given. JanlO-dtf Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. DR. E. JENNINCS, Lata Poat Surgeon Camp Denulsen. offers bit ter PHYSICIAN .AND HIIKOFION to tha elUaen of Daytom and rlolnlty OfriCE-N. ItT Luallaw t., betweeat Ktiatia, Where he may be found at all noun. nnfrranrna Trt 1. U Bee re, . DarH. 3. W. Dietrich. iepM-dtf DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, TIIK CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN mm. iik a I. THK ftfCt WITHOUT nntitcitrn fob two moxthb AtuOOUWItt Iiousv, loriuuriy cwauiv ii.m.i DAYTON, OHIO, Office hour from to 11 A. M., and from I to P, at The poor will b lloerallr oonslderaa. dedklBt . Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER &SPIELM AN 313 THIR1 STKEET, DAYTON, O. i.RE PREPARED TO SERVE AS AIX TIONKfcUS la country and oil), or will sell Uood, on consignment. , . J K CHRlSTOPHIBaad ' PAV1U CLAHK feh 1 .wlf Auctioneer. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Auctioneers. Notions. JOUR O, CAIN. : ' ' ' D..OYB. CAIN & BO YE It, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestio Notions, UOMISItl, GLOVES, , . AND ... FANC.YGOOD8 Noa. VU anal 8ul, aV.aat aeeostal at., . i I . DAYTON, OHIO. ' DISSOLUTION. 1 HE PARTNERSHIP EXISTINO heretofore under the firm nam of THOMAS ss IlsXK Is this day dissol,el by mutual consent. -8AMI EI, O. THOMAS, , The account, and businea. of In abor flna will 1m. aatiiad and continued by BAXUKL O. THOMAS. Dayton, O , Vb. ST, laoa. asarl-aul IManufactureus labels. , . ' l great variety at Ik kalPIKK tHaut Job itooia,: IT-" .: mxtr.r - . t ' VOL III DAYTON, O.; SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1SGG. NO. IG3. The mlx Empire. Cincinnati Cards. MONUMENTAL OYSTEK . CO., WILLIAM TAYLOR, . RAl.TIMOlii: UI. Fresh Can and Keg Oysters RECEIVED DAILY BT EXPRESS. Aim, Cot nnd Spired Oyster, ( lulus, Lobs ton. I'leaios, tauoasL ami eiiie, Foreign Fruits. S, E. Corner Fifth nl Vine Street, dao4dewtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. HARLES C. DOHERTY & CO., IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF MILLINERY GOODS, BONHETS, UIBBONS AND SILKS, l7 Itftce Street, Corner of Union, Between Pearl and Third, uacSdawtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARLES ( H 0 F R. .' WHOLESALE DEALER IN Bourbon and Rye Whisky, ' No. 248 Walnut Street, clecsdawtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. M. THOMPSON UMBRELLA, PARASOL AND WalUing Cant Manufactory, No. 107 Main St., bet. Furth and Fifth, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO, Repairing Promptly Atteoded to. dclS dtaw-lyw ADAM CEIS. Mattras.s 'and Tiodfling M A H Ui AUi U titatX, NO. 60 niTII ST, DBT, WALNUT AND VINE. CIlll'lllllIsM. Ollio. SUPERIOR Q000S WILL BE FURNISHED TO OltDKIt AT ! MODERATE PKICE8, j KOIl , ' City and Country Trade. decftlly.. " MERCHANTS' HOTEL, I (KOHMKItl.Y DKNNIHON HOUSE,) Fifth t.,NearMaln, Cincinnati, O., OALLEHER, KELSON & Co., , PHWPHICTOHI TMi.hfvima hss rn tliomnghly repaired, rt-nnr. ted, aa 1 newijr iurmsha. j'"7 NATIONAL SALOON, NO. 170 WEST SIXTH STKEET, CINCINNATI, . Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars ALWAYS ON JTAND. ; . Six splendid Billiard Tablet OUB SPLENDID TEN PIN ALLEYS. P. ffLI., Siipt. J. F. CIIHKEL, Pnp. JinJSm Real Estate Agents. JAMES KELLY. Eeal Estate and Loan Agent, I H. E. Car. mats n Tir mm., Kntrancaon Third Street,' - . . DAYTON, OHIO. novV.dwSai STEPHENS HUBER & CO. KKA I. , KSITIAT M AutlN'i'8 7 B80 Thlra.St. I DAYTON, OHIO. 1 '" V IT T. ATTEND TO TIIE BELLING and buying of real eetate, loan Money on tnd and eatmtvt t kUemsriU ue faittaiaUr attended to. ocw-tr ' ' LENTZ A APPLECATE. REAL BHi'ATB AOKNTS Wanca S3 Tsstrsl Mtraat N art Is SI a ; DAYTON OntO. Groceries. O. WOOAMAN. A. O. SMITH. M. WOO AM AN WOCAMAN. ' SMITH A CO. Wholesale Grocers, Ho. 88, Main Street, Opeia Building 'DAYTON, OHIO, " - ' TTaVK CONSTANTI.Y ON HAND full and oomnlet stock of Uroceries, NuU, Fish T,.t.sn mni .tv oLhar .rtlcUm called or In tk wlmlMule irmcer, trade, llarlna recuutr I'emoved to our new rooms, we base greatly Inonuued our sUck, ami are prepared to nil au oraers promptly We rMriMUully veil the atumtiott aS city and aad ciuntr deuler. So our aew u-.k of irrueeries, sati.uod Uiat we can gise them as good tMtrgaiusat they can obtain at any Uir noujw in Uw city. . J. B. CILBERT A CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOStESTIC Groceries and Liquors, NO. 7 AND TS JKFFERSON STREET, OI'PO , HI I A at its si iitjunn.. HHEI wine. ' I ii k kirnsfTRmER would inform th public that he Is now manufacturing a very superuv ariit-le of the above Wine, which has Vena pronounced byoompetentjmlfrea so be the be., now In the ruurket. 11 unit be ottainel at wholesale retail, at tae Irug Jstoso ul' U. Ji. Ol'linirer, fisA riltn nirees. iwvhhi, sss bmo es u. vagvr, wai aut House. Wayae Mrwet. . , w i lie has also a large supply or ' ' ' . LINNAEUS HHKI PLANT POR SALE, Which aan be obtained en application at either, the auove-nainea piece., or oi sne suosenner, Werue blnwt. a snort distaaoa south sf ttut Walr nut House. The aliove Win I hlrhlr recommended a medicinal stimulant, audi, also esUmsivelv used lor secreioenutl purpose.. .. nseasa. , Jamn-Uwlyr , , t , VV tpnnivo rA una - printed neatly In Color. r in Brou, at I Tin: LiipiitE Staaai Job Keoava. Posters and programme- l'lala aa la Color, neatlrurlaled at Ui . , Groceries. Medical. or sf on THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. (Not a Whisky PreyaratlouA . , , LlOofland's German' Bitters ! Will rure lEllliIT V nuUIng from II PBOHTRATIOT .IF TIIK tT.TESI, Induced bv - SEVERE HARDSHIPS,. , r.AnPi nr m rrj? rav.7 DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE. AOLDlKKfl. CIT1KXA, MALE OR FEMALE. ADULT OB TOUTH, Will And In ihH IMttM1 itT-ifi1i tintdflpptiilpnt on dau liquors for thfllrnlwost miraculous u0iu. X70T3opslai And rttl risnpt nwiiUiiig in 'in lMwrdnrs ofihs Mror uitQ visi-uvijurrfiyit, arei tMeauy HnnFLAND'SJ GERMAN BITTERS I TlIIS 1HTTKR3 HA PKHKORMKI) mor cures. rWps lK-tlir sulutritrllon, hti mum tes- moaY. 11 im more nwwianie pwunq wwit ir than 1111V other art clu In the ntttrkut. W e defy My oue to oontrnlitit this uniurtion, mid Ttmnf one who will proiluco a cortHlite poblish- w iif r J. mm iniir en u u inuv is nut-jjuuuiuw, , o ' ' ' ' IIVOrLAIO'l OKHIWAf BITTERI Will cure every oase of CHRONIC, OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, AND DISEASES OP THE KIDNEYS Observe the following symptom, resulting from maonienol the dlgesiive organs : 1 ' i i , thi iu3; Acidity "f the lmach. Nausea. ileartT urn. lU.gin ftr Fowl. Fulness or W eight in in stoinaih, pKiur Knictlona, Winking or Muttering the Pit of the Nlornach. R ininiing of the Head llurrlwl andrtinicull Ilrciithlng,, nuttering at mo Hourt. ;hoklnir or Hua.M-.Bt injr Scnmitlons wlien In a Iving imsiura, IHmnemtof Viidnn. IMU or Well, Iwlore the Might, Fever aud liull Pain in the Head, clency of Perspiration, 1 elluwness 01 me Bkin nd Kvh. Pilln In the Klde. lliu k. het, l.lnilia, Ac. Hiiriden flushes of llent. Burning In the r'lesh, (instant linngluliigs of Kvil, und Bt Depression, ofsplrlu. . HE.Tit;iliKH'lk ' if ' ' Thnt. this Hitters I. not Alc.hollo, contain no Runt Whisky and cannot make Drunkards, but is the nest ionic in toe norm. head' is ho a ays no.' Prom the Rev. Levi a. Bock, Pastor of the Hantfs ii,,nH.!'i, c.h T'h iftttath ; t hamVanava laaoflhnd'a Genua Hlttras fkvoW Swn tLlii&hllSiVy their . v ... . .1 , . effecu that I wus induced to recommend them to ners. ann anow uiavmc. iikyo "i-i-r,, .Ms'JaYlwfw inv the attent on of those all cteil wltb tne ills- ohhos for which they are recommended, to thee. """.'v. " ...a. --r--; Z'Z.:' Hi:Z. rBittlirTi. Intended to lin the aflilctwl. and It "not arum drink " Tourstruiy, i;:'Zt"ArVnh .tist'chulcbladXhla .i . t-s. ... .' J 1 OmtUmn: I have recently lieen laboring under i. r,.l,i. effects of 1ml Urestton. accomnan ed bv a uroslratlbn of the nervous system. Numer ous remedies were recommended by friend, and soma of tuem tusteil. nut wiutoui ruiiei. luur Hooflaud's Oerman Hitters wore ri-omnicndel by K.KBtrVa'K mention of these Hitler induced me to try them, I must confess that I hnd an aversion to Patent mttiT" wh.onlv alin leem. "to il, to palm off weetened aud drugged liquor upon the community in a sly way, and the tendency of which, I four, tomskemsny .consnafddruii tsrt Viwlwrn- ing tout yours was reuiij a uiciicuimi Mvpai.v,, took it with happy effect. It. action, not only k It with hiiDDV elfeoi igMtnihti tiimsuh. but iiiMn iue nurrous lymem was uromiit aitd irrattr tuir I fel that I have derived greitt sad pemiAueut Irene lit fnnu the use oC m few bottles. Very nmpnctftilly, yours. , io. HUsuikiunexoB. si. From Rev. J. Newton Brown. I. D. ldlltorof the Kncyclopeilia or Keiigious Knowledge ana can.. tl.n l :hr,,nt.-li, Pllil-,l.-ll,lllll. Althoui-h not disuosed u fnvor or recommend Patent Nudlclna. In general, through distrust tnelr ingreuienu anu eneru, yei auow oi no em. ..!,, Hi.-... .), - mull ni.V n,,l tl'.l I Tv tj I I beneflu he believe hlmselfbi have received from any simple preparation, In the hope that he may "."i IT 7.7 " Z TiTA ...... Germau Hitlers, prepared by lr C. M Jackson, tnisciiy, is uso i was pre,unic.Hingiiisi uioio yeaia, un.i r Hie impression tn.s M.eY -or. chianv mu alcoholio niiatnra. Iam re. Iliii iiiueousa somv fvi.,n.f H.klct Mh,wm.k.r tr.ftfi for the removisl this prejudice by proper test and for encourage, ment to try them when suffering from great and long eontinueaiseuiiiiy. me. uae oi suree oouios of these Hi tb-rs at tha Winmag of the present ear, l followl by evident relief and rettoia. ion, to a degree of bodllv and mental vigor whio I bail not felt for six months before, and had almost despaired of regaining. 1 therefore thank God, sua lor ilirecling me to uie use oi tiiei J. NKWTON jAlOWN, Philadelphia. Front Rev. I) Mnrrige, Pastor of the Fauyuuk cnurcn, irnuaiiipnia. From the many respectable recommendation given to lr. HuuflanU's uermsn sutlers, I waa in duced to s-iva uieii ive them a trial. After using several bottle I found tbem Ui be a good remedy for da found tbem Ui be a good rumwrj bllity. audamoatexcaiienitonie tor ine ssum Smith, formerly Pastor of From Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pastor or Vinocntows aud MiHville N.J.) iiapti.vOiurca. l'liiU'lrlphui- ; ( j i j I i ,-; i ; i Having used'ln my family a number of bottle, your Hiaiflaiid'. Germ so Hitters. I have to say that I regard them a. an excellent meiliclne, .peciaiiy aoa,teu to reinuve sue uiscai- ine; -1 - r m.mlMl for. Thev strenalben and inviirora system when ilebkllUteu. anil are usenil lu uisor. ibir. of the liver, loas of appetite, Ac. I have also racommeaded them la lateral of my frlen.lt. who have tried them, and louml tnem greatly Denenciai la the restoration of health Yours, truly. W at. SMITH. VU Hutchinson Street. Front' Uta Rev. Tho. I Winter, W D., rastnr Hoiiboreagb ilnptl.t Cburua. . , near Hlrt I feel It dae to your excellent prepa Ililleni, to add my ration. Hooflaud's German tiinony to the deserve.1 reputation it has obtained. 1 hare for years, at times, been iruulilod with great dlsonrrr-ta wiy aea and newoti. .vatem, I ailvian bi alrl ill to try a In of yourtterinaa Hitter.. I did so. aud have esperieneed great uuexiHtcta.1 relief: mr health na. lieen very ma terially 1-snellUNl. 1 coufldeutly myininiend article where I meet with cases similar to my own. and have been assured by many of their good roots. Jtetpeoifully, your., , i. v. i.t i r.u Roabo rough, Pa, BEWARE OF COUNT EHFEIT, Sea that Ue signature of ':. M JACKSON l the wrapper of aaca bottle. Should your uearest druggist not have the artl el do not be put off by auy of the Intosioating preparation. tbtA may ba offered iu tie ula.-. Mod y n. gai) will fu-wr4,at.ai) IMsckad by xtreM. ... PUNCIPAL OFFIOa AMD AtANUFACTOBT, f a. 61 Arch at., Fhllaelaa.la, Pat. lAWsi.mel as 0. M. JACKSOU C0. r,r; , PaCHUJtrOtl. For .ala by Oragglaai aa Daalev. ra every tow S U.Uniwtt alette. eea) latwaJmaww THE DAILY EMPIRE. H. H. ROBINSON, ptrnLisnER and proprietor. [From the New York ROSETTA; The Romance of a Theater. (CONCLUDED.) ! lohlip-ed. It was only In the RounR of Hu nt f h4(. , .hni,i .!, wnnl.l . : . aa wlien 1 bail retired from my prol't-Hxioii, titkcn up ray perntuuent houienenr the P1' v'l a liliabjnrl In. J indi or citted the ho line, and tlmt erery Iilk'llt a 1 . I. of tl. of lor of , - tha the of i of let. waa the ef. oa but The boy became pale and thin, as well as silent, and I could nut closu my mind to the thoti.ht that he was dying, lie wii so, truly, and in lout than two year from hln mother's Illiritt from hrr homo, he expired In these arms. Beautifully, pmoelully, naswd hi unirit away; there was Hc-aveu Itself in the liist llti)rerln look he gave me, and hi lust words were "My mother!" I was then Terglnfr on old ago, and was more than an old man in looks and heart. I continued in my profession fur some time longer, but at lat eiivn it op, a I got con fused in my prompting, and felt that my apiM'nrnnoe on thu at 11 if e. in any gulso, was a melancholy jest. 1 here was no need of my starving, however, as by decent thrift I hud saved up enough money, to provide myself with a decent home a home lit for my lost wife and child, had they been spared to me. I often heard of Itogettn of the env. happy life she was leading with the man for whose embraces hlie had ouilted me. i had. however, never craved her to come back to tile to ll'UVe tin leave the splendid roof she had ch.Mon In pn-fonsuoe to the liumbln one 1 llim nruvilHMl r iuu IS, not UUlll BIIH WS8 " i il .1 ,1 1 1 , It Wit ponnilllO Unit 1 might be alive Wlion cirf l(nit4incPD would sppamte hr-r from TaH. Bml Hh wnuld Iih nnnr. f,-!,.,i,lle. ,,.. ... ... "' 'VI, 7 """' " ;uiiKMiiiiru.liiil l uins turrlule Hour 1 had orife writtpn tolii-r. It isuiji biiuuiu vr, uurinnir 111 a sort 01 Jltue. ! observatory at the top, as a sltrnal to Ho- j setta that a shelter was awaiting her there, ' with tenderness, love, and entire oblivion of the past. " - 1 entered my new dwelling In summer, when the weather was warm and beau- tiful, aud the earth appeared In its rich irur- nu. r .......i...,...i ic ,1 " jt A l.,(,,T 111 V BU11 BS W.'ll am UJ-" sorrow lor the' heavy losses I hud sustained preyed unon me. Had 1 been a younger man wan 1 was, 1 might have felt f resentment towards runaway wife; umuira j reineuiunrru uie wuio OIsi-urilY btttwatm our-age, her beauty, toot and. iiiatvaa or Diamine; ner lor wnatnau nan- Pel. I laid tti tUult at my own door. would have irladlv died, had It not been r',r Mw wish 1 had of seeing my wfo once more, and knowing that she wai safe under my roof lor the roinalnder of her life. rj the weeks druifgetl slowly alomr until r,.n,t alr.a.1., U..ni ..tt i, ni-eeiiiher nnH the eai-th liwi.,,.,1 !' " i't CIllDt.r, aut. tne eai in. HlslcaU OI ocing green, was white; and the air, so balmy six months bygone, was so chill. homehow. when this wintry weather set In J hud coinnienccd to nurse a pi-esentlmens that I should -die with the year then gollig 0IIt but SCO my wife before I departed. . Consequently, I took more pains with my lamp at Hie top OT lliy house trimmed It earlier than I nad when the nights were shorter. I made it more brllllanLtoo. What , . , ........ i.,.. . . " i,v i, ,v,i iew.i miuuiib ii mere inigni uc nnstaoroau or a rail oi snow which' would make It dilllcult for her to peroeive It. Una duy, the weather had set In very se vere ; there was a keen wind from the north, and a heavy draft of snow. To make tilings as cheerful as possible within doors, and to while away the time. I had kindled a goodly lira, and seating myself by the side of It, lire, and seatlntr mvself bv the side nf n,,lnln-i ,iino, ,.r ui,Lun.... commenced the reading of Shakespeare's "vf.uier Auie. . iieAt luuio jmjok oi an others (I need scarcely say the Bible,) Iliad derived most consolation from the text of Uie ereat dramatist. I felt so much of hu- tnaiiitY ill his page, and lound word, so at- piicaoi to every pnase oi our existence, . , , .u .mo.t mv , . companion. ,. ... . ..- , i- ..... S-IVlll ,IUIV VV SUMO S IUU1CU IIUIU HIV book to the wvatlier. That continued III clement the wind bowinir the skeleton i l ,.r .i.. ,,., ,1,. .now ,.,,, I, Drancnos or ine trees, tne snow coming t down In half Winding sheet. I could not help apostniphlzlng the scene and weather, nor or thinking of the poor creatures who Diieht be exposed to It. 'Prolatbly slie (I meant poor Rosetta), may be out In it. If she is, God help her, ana direct her here !" Before dusk I had trimmed my lump, and had. properly fixed It. Then descending Into the room I had been read In if in. closed the blinds and curtains, resumed my , It.gt by the side of the fire, and resolved wakeful throuaU the nitrht. for 1 felt ! 0i. V I ucmJI soinetiiiug would hapiii to me ere uie sun rvav vil mo iuuruiu ui tun lui- lpwlng day. I counted the hours as they went heavily by until it waa eleven. Thou I weut to one and for some time afterward. I saw nothing but the snow; but by aud by i was con scious of souicthtng In the distance. strained my eyes to ascertain, and even tually discovered what tho objects were lights. They glimmered only faintly, and were evidently approaching the house. I stcaluud my eyes till tliey aeenieu burs-, . 1 .. .. ' ll.l b-.liul. . 1 .tr. Ill ... I ... .... too, thai i might- str4 aaotind ev-n the faintest to lutllcaw Wlutt Uulnc lira car- rlers of these lights were upon; but not breath eould I dlstlniruish. Till, doubt and anxiety ar luaupport able!" I exclaimed. "1 can not beur un against them any longer. I must gq (ortli and ascertalu what I can." The lights of Uie persons who curried them must have been much nearer mv dwelling than I supposed, as when reached the house dour, I found lliem within a dosan yards of ma. The party consisted of eight men, (bur of w hom were earrylng something I could not toll what: only, that It resembled a human form, ami It was to w'hllee-yeA, whiter Ulan the snow all befor sue. The awn., who had Ititejy changed carrying with their ooiupanioua, held torches Iu tnelr baud. "Don't be afraid, friend, said one' them, apparently under th belief there was much (hat 1 onglit to b affrlghtvd by, 1 and my nelglibors here, living on th euleUrt tI Us miwii, tvtajr you, ttavw Ui ' ' 1 ) , : , 1 I I' ' waitings of a woman Rome minutes asro. and going out Into the now, found this poor creiiture, now dead, wn fear, who had twen traveling nil tlav in the storm, with-. out food orslielter. aini could not move an- other Inch. This she told us with extreme 1 pain, and as a lust enort prayed us to take nor to tills housi:. as there she wished to die. But I fenr she is already dead." What 1 said when this was divulged to mo -whether I sraike at all. 1 can not tell. 1 oniv Know rnnL rue eitrni men nnn tne one women were soon In the little hall of inv hnnse uml thnt v the llo-litof the lunrerna notise. anu tnat nv tne 1 gut 01 tne iitnrerua held above her white, placid and yet beau- tiful fuee. I saw, alter many yennt of agon- ' leiiik. acijitriuiou, inn wue veno nau ucaertea ' , U .1 C n. .. .. I. M t I Wehsvetnetairaiii, but bow 7 Oh.God! oh,God:" 'Wake. I Bav. wake! Why, what can be the matter t N o: vouinust'iit troolTairiiin. There, keep yon eyes open, and drink this, while I chute your temples, and Mrs. Blake rubs your hands. You are hot and cold by torus, and have had a bad dream." I looked about mu, and gradually re gained my senses. So, alter all, It was only a dream that had allllcted me. Years had not passed away since the night en which "Othello" and the new piece In three acts had been performed mv wife had not eloped with Mr. Talman. Freddy had not died, uor had I retired from the business of promp ter aud second heavy. My pretty iiosetta and ourdurllng boy ! Yes. they were both with me. Thero too was good Mrs. Blake, our old woman and a fellow boarder. Here I should finish my story, had I not a little to say In way of fmstscrlpt. First, I found that all my suspicions re garding au Improper intimacy betw een my wife and Mr.Tuluiau were mere moonshine that Rosctta was oue of the most faithful of wives, and the actor one of most honor able of men and disinterested of friends. By the way. he paid us a surprise visit at DrcaKiast, lor the purpose ot tuklng r reuny a walk over the hills, and there rehearsing him In the part of Albert In the play of "V llliam Tell," which was to be produced at our theater in a week. Of course we let the boy go, for he whs excessively fond of Talman, and when the night came for him to show as the DittrloLle mountalncer's'soii. be fulrly participated in the laurels of the occasion. This Is exactly fifteen years ago. In the Interval I have quitted the profession, but iru la iin 1,, 1, . l, t.,i...,, .., ot.,, .,, in a ,.( ntlu Fred, to whom friend T. has been a regular professional lather, bestowing money, time ami caro on nis training lor me niguer walks of the drama, until It is more U.an a K"' ' istooaor. Meanwhile, we are all lixed friends, aud it i to ue huijcu snau ever remain so. As for my dream. 1 and Rosetta have often a little tulk over that, when with ; soinetiiiug oi ner girlish beauty lingering :?' ro,''l r- s,'e expntlate 5n the trouoie ner-ucariiiciodoscy'tnen seemcu to ue in Coal and Wood. I to 1 1 ' 1 t vF D. POST, POST & IIANCUKTT. H A N C II E T T, WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALEngIN MASSILLON, YovAKlaioalaorxy-, 3HIPPEWA COAL AND COKE - Oflce, East Third 81., opposite Xenla Depot, DAYTON, OHIO. SeclSdtf SAMUEL 0. THOMAS, COAL AND WOOD On Canal, below Third Street, In el Foundry Building formerly occupied by Stout, Mill. A Temple.) The best quality or Yonghiogheny and Ohio Coal! always on iiavo, la qaaiiUllot to suit purchasers and at th Lowest Market Rates. SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD rott FAMILY CSE, SY TBI Cord, or In Small Quantitie. ORDER LEFT AT NIXON'S TOBACCO STOItE, . Corner ttecond and Jefferson, or at AIIowu & Oros' Shoe Store, . - i ) ' - ,, i Xo.a Finhltrevt Will b ITomptly Attended to. f m" . I. DAVIS & ItllO., ' DEALEJtSJIt GOAL AND WOOD! ' i FIKTM ITHEaTr, ' At the Railroad Crossing, near tho Canal, . . A supplying eoasuuter. with th . 33338a OOAIil Ttiavi eA W IikiI, fbr toMieiid stoaisi pur,K4s, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! b. beat quality of Woon long, sawed it .put, n w , . always kaaat , , CALL A EXAMINE OCR 1MUCK9 Daeembrr at, 1864. ,"Woo4 Land Ifor Sale. OR BALE TEN ACRES OF WOOD LAM U. ea sli. kvatun Pike, sis miles fruas ilartoa. i iauaifa attlaaraaiaats-e of.' ....... iRKl'UCH. , MK.a ' tj.weaaa. 4, . Ali:UTISlNO UAXES., , . . ... ' IN I AT f, Y. v' ' ' ' On onare(elchty words solid), one Insortloa One t(UHret three days . I fjO One tquara, one week rt fyu On square, one month . ........ ft OU One suunre, three months. 10 Ul iW wuo square, six months I M WHHKI.Y, One square (eighty words) one week.....,.I 0U rer square, ench week In addition Au Per square, one year M.....H .,. 15 go tT"Torms rbradvertlicmentsoceupylng greater pace, or fur longer period than above spcr 'neil, niade kuown at the I ouutlnir-Kocu' 11 edvar tNemenls are charged st the alo,e n.i,., unless a ' written agreement is mail previous tu iuxirtioai. . Hotels and Saloons. r fx f f T TXT T TVT TT rATTOv W"VVlii " UUOfl ...,.., il ' : ", , riltm Bltttai, Asm ur BAUN, D A Y T O M , . OHIO., HE UNDERSIGNED. HAVrNO VK. oeutly leased the above aained House for a term ot , your., will bo ready to accommodate the tmrolina uulilie on and after January I, INHl. Th. Housrj nns oen tnorouirh v rennvi,ie,i m-iii, mil t.m mprovemem to muko it a enmiertable Hotel " reo'ns are ail nowly iiirnlshed. No pains will ,,,Kru,i to muk, ,,, , thl, , ,00W,' fom,rt. ahie. and fc.i themeive. at homo. Tb.r loa ' "acted with th. House a good Ntahia. ,, 1.,. ' " rroprtetor. ' MONTGOMERY HOUSE, .AT THIRD STREET, DAYTOS, O, Captain R E. Better, Proprietor (Late of the Western House. Springfield. O ) Thoronghly refltted and renovated throughout and i. bus one oi tue oest itotvis tn tblsulty. . tSkT" Oronlbusea run to and from all Train.. aHgrff SCHAEFFER HOUSE, OEIliMANTOWN, OUIO. , The undersigned HE UNDERSIGNED TTAVtNO PTTH- (,HAHKIthl. Hotel, would restiectrhllv Inform tin-public that he It reOttlug the same, and it I, his Intention to leave nothing undone that will add to the comfort of bis guesu. The patronage ef th public Is resiMtctlully aoliciUid. m"-"".i jon.i ii. nr.i.i.E;it. PHILLIPS HOUSE. DAYTON, OUIO.-j , m, nE ABOVE WELT. KOVTV HOITST?. '" having renently changed hand. 1. now enen. and undergoing extensive alterations end Improve-, meuts mr ineacroinmodationol th traveling hub- Ho No pain, will bo .urtred to maka the House. MS hel-etoiorH spnreu to maaa tne i-ailllii. . l iu every respect, a HilaT CLAMS HOI kL. Jclvtf J. T. B AUK Kit, Prop r. PHCEJNIX HOUSE; THIRD STHEKT, ' DAYTON, OHIO. 1 ' '' A. SPANU, Agent. , i 1 HIS HOTEL HAH REfENTI.Y TKVV.V 0ienril, and I. prepared to accommodate traveler. ' and the puuliogeueraliy in the best stile. niSS-dlm ii Farmers and mechanics hotel (ormsWy Lajayltt JJou,n I) A V T I N . OHIO JOHN A.NIIlur. ... Proprlctai,: (JfatvtMieM, Jarmm and A-Aan.uj, Otam aim. ;.. .. ij..ti. T HIS HOTKr HAS RKKX THoROrwlIU . LV rinioTAtvd, and rolHrnihed, eud wlUuuiteit tm fir-fit clr.9 hotel In nil iltluijartm,-iirii Itnatnl. uikt ii- i urt'iiiiM1 the uitiel, day or week, (tood Mtet'le on the Uiuuibuus ruu lo And lruui thu J)t.ot, BOTatO-Olin Billiards. IaANGTJ'S OPERt IKtlMi KKmCRAXT. billiabd'"hoomi?, Corner IHalat aid first tie.. Dayton. Ohio. riUD, LANCIE, Praprl.tsr.J IMeals AT ALLnOCR- And the tablet will be furnished with every loa- nry and delicacy of the season. rTtie Billlaril Table', are from the celebrated avan- ufactorie. of Jul, lislk. and luruuawlua. a Atns Cincinnati. The bar I. supplied with Wines and Liquor, a! the choicest brands, both foreign and domostio. Oyators, BY THE CAN, and IN THE SHELL Can always be bad at this not, DURmO THE SEASON. ALSO, OAME OF ALL KIND3. Th. pAtronag of the nuhlla larvtpectrullv to llclbsd. r decli-tl Tailoring Goods, etc. IUMIV.ItIK KM) t(0M!.nitAL i ELEGANT ITT LEI Of Fall and Winter rebxics. fOat CUSTOM TRADE, Bcckel Hulldlnff, Jiffmcn SU A HO Vat T1IIMU. I am now la receipt ef aew and alegaat atylaa o.' , Clolhs, lassimeres Vestlns snd (iTerroBlirps. W ti!d 1 will kave mi'ts re the most faAtonabltf etylaua, and sA Uie LOWEir CAtSH rHK lK. II old easuisere, and the publle srtxiarell)', A '. InviitHl to laT Uiolr MiveurM. , t I huTo stH-uriti ibtt rTt:s or Mr. THOU.. r ; CLJ-MKN'I'H, ho Is rt'putcd to be une of the tMt ' ; Cutters ta the profession aarwhere. Aly surJs of miiU' runtrsttinir Uorvte ss a)asr4 -atid ampie, and i hnw vti ,Uiiig (iu.Um wUitJ. ytiiitlfuiun Ca.o dttsire. tall in aud ekamine mr etora. hnd learn y I prioas. 1 rayi oijQaiatua 1 oa jlaj mil taut m , i ' , 4. b. UtAUt.IT .. A- . eotltVlU Jcffrsou 8t aiiore lliird. . , Horse Insurance. I ) ( ! OHIO 8TATE HOIUHR" ' INSURANCE C0MPANV I ', , OF CINCUNATI, OltlO., .;, ;,,,,,! StoplMiu, Huber attPryor, Aajuota. e- -"' S78 Third tPtset,'"-" ' ' ''' . 'i PATTOW, Oiuio.. '.J ' Altl WOW PREPARED TO INimiF v HortM. Ccei, Male., Ae . again, t Tliafi or Ixjatat -i from Accident or iritease oa evtnA Isaara, letata-. .v "i-ttf - i -. . . ..t. J r TOU WANT A TAKM " ' AdsaMsMUta .i- WawiAJtMEalPntJI'