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THE DAILY-EMPIRE.-
Per w. rk. 'pavsble tnl'arrlers) ........
Hf latiil, per annum in advance
' WUEllLV KHPIU12.
... an
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ine rupv, per snnnin . f 09
(ay- .he l-MPI UK rlrenlnh'S free of postage in
.Moiii.oin.-r county. Payment in dvuce In all
cases.
.TO B If-TTITSra-. 1
Of every description. executed on Rteara Preeeef,
n the bestatvle. end at reasonable priae,. .
EMPIRE BUILDING, WO. HQ, MAUI ST.
Professional Cards.
ODLIN & CAHILL.
Attornev- and Counselor at law, j
Oarmia'i B-lldlng, Tll-
, DATTONr, OHIO.
Md-flwtf
E. THOMPSON,
Attorney and JSTotarv,
DA-TOW, OHIO.
ttt ATTirvn TO AT.T. BUSINESS .
cmrusieu w mm whuuiujoh,
a L ! Jtli nnoA WV1 t. tllMl .tl !
on'tre on Third atreot, over Lebeitttmrgor'a Cloth
ng Store. aoyg-dwly
WILLIAM H. CONOVER,
: Magistrate of Madison Township,
V ill attend to drawing and
acknowledging Deede, and tli. collection of el alma.
Ho la also prepared to attend to the drawing or
nitriimcnte of writing, correctly, at abort notice.
me-dwly .,,
, JJ. BELVILLE, . .
Aft tor neyttt"Law
NOTARY PUBLIC.
, ri?I''13. T-iaaie'" ' -,
Room No 8, Second Floor,
s ' . DATTOH, OHIO.
noTSfi-dwtf
rilOMAS O. LUWR.- -
OKOROK Y. MAUCKTH.
LOVVS tV NAUERXHa
iVttornoys .t ,"v
-. . .,!.',;:, DAXTOj;. OHIO,
BlJ3IXES8 TRANSACTED IS GER
M A V and French. ,,.
Oilice over Ridwya Buok-atore; Tulrd Street. .
C. L. VALLANDICH AM, .
Counsellor at Law,
ItAYTOV. OHIO.
WILL TPRAO TI0 IS THK CKVSRAL
STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. -
onlire Turner's Opera-House, Hoora No. 9 Second
noviatr
(IKOROK W. HOCK. JOHN A. M'MAHON.
HOUR & McMAHON,
Attorneys at ;Law,
' DAYTON. OHIO. '
onic No. 322 Third Street. Eaatof Main.
ntiv-iS-nm
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Dry Goods, Notions, etc.
TmEU.' WALKER & MOSES,
WHOLESALft DEALERS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
AND -
TalUtr'e Furnlnhlng Goods,
Ms :. Turner'. Oprsa Itouae,
l)HV",rfr. sh o.
Orlera from country dealer! reepectfnlly aol lotted,
oiit 14 duwtf .
Bell Hanger.
E. 1I1L1..
Locksmith and Bell Hanger I
NO 300 TIIIBI' STHKET,
(Over Stoiit'i Iron Store,) '
DAYTn N . OHIO.
Modela for Patinu madu on short notice, Sewing
- hinea repnired. and all klnda of work dona in
nuut and aatisl'uctory muuuer. . '
KEVS FITTED AND REPAIRED, "' '
mcVi nickod. If repaired. Satlebwtion given. .
JanlO-dtf
Physicians, Surgeons, Etc.
DR. E. JENNINCS,
Late Post Surgeon Camp Dennlton, offorabiaaer
vices aa
HHVSIOTAV AND 81IHOKON
to the cltliune of Dayton and vicin Ity
OFFICE -Re. ST l.nil low St., ketweaa
8l ana 4ttB,
Where be may be bund at All hours.
Refcreneea Dra, J,U. Baeve... Oavla, J W.
Dietricb. - . . 1 aepM-dtf
DR. J. . RUTTLEY,
THK
CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICI1H,
Will. HKaL THK SICK WTrHOUT
HEDWlXli.FOIt Tiro MOSTIIS
At Uoodwin Honae, formerly nwaynie noun,
ri ( ri ayto, oiiio, i t !
OntnehoarafromSatillA. tf., and from to P.
. The poor will be liberally oonaidered. rn
decline 1 1 t ;, ! 1 .
Auctioneers.
CHRISTOPHER & SPIEL.M AN,
313 THIRD STREET,
t. DAYTON, O. '
A RE PREPARED TO 'SERVE AS
AlH l loNKlCRS In country and city, r wll I ell
(ioods on uonaignmeat.
, , .. J. K.CHRWT1PHIU1
' '' ' ,f,IAVID CLARK. . .
fli91-wtf A nctlnneera.
Auctioneers. Notions.
JOHN C. CAIN.
D. K. BOYER.
CAIN & BOYER,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Notions,
HOSIER T , OLOrJiS,
' ' ' AND
K A-INTCY GOODS'
.tins. U as4 Inl, t,t secusast at., ,
DAYTON, OHIO.
lyi ' " ' .....
DISSOLUTION. - v '
X HE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING
beretoture vnder the Arm name ef THOMAS
BbCit Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
SAMIlVL O. THOMAS. !
CHARLK8 H. BUCIC ,
Die ar.oounta and boalneaa of the bove Onm will
U. settled and continued by
SAMUEL O. THOMAS.
IUytoa, O- Feb. tl, IW. snarl-td
ATaNUFACTURERS' labei
In great variety at the KM PI KB
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DAYTON, 0.f FRIDAY, APRIL 20, I8G6.
NO. IG8.
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Cincinnati Cards.
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!MONU5TONTAL ' OYSTER CO..
; , . , "WILLIAM TAYLOR,
BATfMOKE MP.,
Fresh Can and Keg Oysters
RICKIVKO DAILY- Y EXPKFH8.
Alio, Cot and Spired Oysters, Clams, Lobster,,
ncnies, sauces, anu iei es,
t Foreign r'ruita.
B V n. ni'il. anil VlnaStMat.
4eeawtf ,,, ClS-I-iKATI. OHIO: 4
Charles c. doherty & co.,
IUPORTEBS AND JOBBKRS OF
MILLINERY GOODS, E0ITHET8,
rbbons and silks,
07 Race Street, Corner of Union,
I Between Pa-t arnd Third;- --
leofdawtr . " -t;iJUINATI, OHIO. 1
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CHARLES HOFER.
WHOLESALI DKALKR IT
Bourbon and Eye Whisky,
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ISO. 18 walnut Mtreet,
I dec4dawtf
ciscinsati, onio.
M. THOMPSON
UMBRELLA, PARASOL
I AND
fValkinff Cane Manufactory,
Ko.KnM.lnSa., boa. t'earth and Fifth, '
ClKCIIvnTATI, OHIO,
i Kipalrln? ITompU Attended to.
declS dlaw-lyw -)f '"' '
iav. ADAM C E I S ,
J.I attrass and Bedding
JVL A JN Ui AUT U tii.it,
HO. 65 FIFTH 'ST. BET WAfcNDT AND VINE.
I Ciiicintiatl. Ohio.
$UP(RI0R GOODS H.L BE FURNISHED
' ! I TO ORDKB AT ' I
MOHKHATH TRICES, , .
for
City and Country Trade.
decSdly, ,
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MERCHANTS HOTEL I
(FORMERLY DENNISON HOUSE,)
Fifth ., Ifear Main, Cincinnati, O.,
GALLEHEE.5ELS0H & Co.,
TMahwa in a (bweughly tptm.V rated,
and newly lurnKlmt J'Sily.
iTj 'tT6 h i a l 9 ibo w7
XO. 170 WEST SIXTH STREET,
; -CINOrNNATI. o.
Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Six tplendid Billiard Table
I FOUR SPLENDID TEN FIN ALLEYS.
-l.H1l.81pt. J. F. OUlKtl.. Prp.
.fsnlm
Real Estate Agents.
JAMES KELLY,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
1 N. F.. Car. .Main and Tnir mm.,
, Entrance on Third Street, ' '
I DATTON, OHIO.
novSS-dwSm
1 STEPHENS HUBER & CO.
It K A 1 T ' K S.TI A T K AOKNTS
78 Third Bt.
DATTON, OHIO.
Ttr.i. 'J'A ' -j . ..
VV TT T. ATTEND TO THE SELLING
and buying of real estate, loan money on bond and
mortgage, inaae collections. ou.,w
entrusted Uwat wUl Iw faithfully attuAded tu.
oct5-tr
1 LENTZ & APPLECATE.
R F. A Ij l5 H f A T(ii v UKNT8
; omce 13 Thlrdllratt Nrtla Mid
DAYTON OHIO.
Real Estate Agents. Groceries.
0. WOOAKAN. . A. Q. MITH M. WCKJAMA-
WOCAMAN, 'SMITH & CO.,
(Wholesale Grocers,
STo. 28, Slain Street, Opera Building
-if 1 DAYTON, OHIO,
TIaVTC -lONSTANTLY ON HAND
full and complete stoc k of Drorerlc, NuU, Flah
,l.a,.-n .ml afMr ntllAV .rLil Called Or Itt th
wholnsaie grocery trade, llaviug recenty t moved
to our new rooina, we have greatly inoreaaed ou
t.k ami uwi nnrntmn to nil ail Oman ui-iuui.it
ordera promptly
We'rennectfiilly call the attentlou ofcity and
Min couuiry ooiaie-a wuur new ww , v . . ,.
satisneit that we can give mem as gooti oarit
tbev can obtain at any other bouse in the cil
diicladawtr
iJ. B. CILBERT t CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC
Groceries
and Liquors,
SOS. 1 AND 7 .IF.FFKRSOX STREET, OPPO-
aiianas.ai lio-nn.. ivi-
LINN'AEUS
RHEI WINE.
I HE SUUHORIBER WOULD INFORM
the pubUe ahat he la now manufacturing a vert
.it nMrinr irl h-Im of the aliOVC W ilie. W bich llH. be!U
pronounced by eompeteut judge, to betlie best now
in tlu nuurket. it van be obtaine4 at wiiele.le
reUil, ut the Drug Store of u. It. umiiigor, r.aa
Filth Street, flayum. and aU of 0. Uuger, Wal
uut House. Wavne btreet.
He baa also a large supply ef
UNNAKC8 RHEI rlLKlw FOR SALS,
Which can be obtained en application at either
the above-named pl., or 01 uie auuacnuer,
Wavne Street A altoit distaste eeutti of teWl-
mot u..K . - .
. Tbe above Wloe it highly recommended as
medicinal stimulant, and i, also eiteusiveiv used
lor sacremenUU purpose. a. uana.a.
janlfl-dwlyr
Wedding cards
Printed way 1. 1 BmtM,M i l e
Till CMIIRK
usn Jeb Reoias.
T
I OSTERS AND PROGRAMMES
PlaiM ST ua vwkua. neati y uruatea at the
a wolo-s, neatl run
k-U'LiiK .
,3iwj 0Uw
Medical.
f
oa
THE GREAT STRENGTHEHING TOHIC.
. (Not t Whisky Preparation.)
Hoofland's German Bitters I
Wllloare BFBIIJTV. molting from .
any cause whatever.
, -. H TT ' a "T ',!.
!HaiTRTasi or THH TBllf," ;
In.lnrMd by
SIVERE IIARIWHl PS, - ;
EXrOSFEE. ... of " 1TEVEBS
DISEASKH Or CAMP LIFE.
90LDI-B8, CITIZENS, . .
' MALK OK a1 ADVLT OB YOUTH,
Will llnd In this IMCMrx per TensAoot dapcn.lont
o bad liquora for their Almost mlraculoua effeota.
And all dlseu.oa roauiting from Olaordera of tbe
Liver and Olgnatlve Organa, are cured by
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN 'BITTERS (
1 HIS BITTERS HAS " PERFORMED
niorecurea, Rtvea tn'tter autlsractlon. baa more tea-
We defy
any one to eontrndlct thla assertion, and '
M il, I. PAI l OOO
To any one who will produce a certincate pablisb-
eu ey ua inafc.iauuiguuuiue. . , M ,.
HVOrLAIDli OEUIIIi!! BITTEUI
Will cure every oaa f
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBUJTT,
AND DISEASES OF THE KIDNEY.
Obeerre the following symptoms resulting from
HI.nlAr.nf thti .llM.ti.Mnr.il.:
tonstlpatlon, inwura rues, tuineas 01 -immi wi
the Mead, Aclditv of the SUiiuach, Nausea, Heart
lead, Aclilliv 01 llie Btouiacu, .nuaea, iiear.
, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight In the
arh. Sour Kructlons, Slnltl ng or Fluttering
0 1'lt of the Stomach, Swlinlnlng of the Head
burn,
Slomac
at the
Hurried and dlfllcult llranthing,, Fluttering at tbe
Heart. Ihoklni or Suffocating sensationa when in
A lying poalure, Dimnesa of Vision, Dots or Welia
before the Sight, Fever anil Dull Pain in the Head,
Dellciencv of i'orsDiraUim. Ycllowuens 01 tbe hkin
and Eyes, Pain iu the Side, Hack. Cheat, Limbs,
An. Sudden Hushes of Ileut, Uurning In the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings uf Evil, und great Ueprossiun
of BpirlW.
na.unp. 1
Thtt this Bitters la not Alchnllo, contains no Rnm
or Whisky and cannot make Drunkards, but la the
Beet aooio in tne rf onu.
o
KEAD WHO SATS SO.
From the Rev. Levi O. Beck, Pastor of tho Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly 01 ine norm
Baptist Church, Philadelphia at paetent Paator
of the Baptist Chnrch, Cheater Pa.
e e e
I have known Hontland'a German Kitten favor
ably for a number of years ; I have used them In my
own family, and have been so pieaseo wun weir
effect, that I waa induced to recommena mem u
many other,, and know tnat tney nave operaieo. in
a strikingly benellcial mannei. I tnke great pleas
ure iu thue publicly proclaimlngthia fuct, and call
ing the attention of those aftllcted with the dis
ease, for which they are recommended, to these
liltters knowing from experience that my recom
mendation will bo austalned. 1 do this more cheer
fully as Hooflaud'a MitUtra la intended to benellt
tbe AUlicto.!, and la 4anot a rum drink."
Youra. truly, i.wvi . nr.vs.
From Itev. W. D. Solgfrled, Pastor of Twelfth
. Haptlat Unirub, PBilAdeipuiA.
1" 1 kBTerenuutlr ben laborlnmndnr
the dUtrwsiDK eflecU uf lnliffeilion, ecompMiled
by a prostration of the nervous ystem. Naraer
ons rmtilie were rocom men fled by IrtcBtls, und
om of tixum teitod. but without relief. Your
Uoofluna'i (iermiui -fitters were recommeiinea ty
eront who hwi triwl tbe m, and wboM furonibU
mention of tlieoe Hitter induced me to try them.
mustcoufesi that I had an aversion to ratent
Medicines from the "thousand and one" uuack
Bitters," whone only aira seems to be to i
paimoti
sweetened and driiffgcd liquor upon the community
in a sly way, and the tendency of which, I fear, is
to make loany aconnrmed drunkard, upon leam-
nr tnat vours was reanv m roe"iicinai ;jrvj(Hrii'itt
took it'wlth happy effect. IU Mtion, not only
upon the stomach, but upon the nervous system,
was prompt and tfrntf fyhiff. I feel that I have
derlve1 fcreitt and nerinaneut nenent from tbe use
of a few bottles, very rKpeotfully.yours,
W. u, b-ljirHJi-L, 70. k4 nuacaamaxoa si.
From Rev. 9. Newton Brown. D. I. Kditorofthe
KuryclopedlAor KniiKioas tvnowieageana vnnfc-
tian Chronicle, Philadelphia.
Aiitwiuirii mtt riiKiu&4tl ui favor or recommend
. tTj.l. 4.. ....1 tkmiin-h Hl.trsiat nf
rVOQt OIBUIDIIIOI IU g.noiai, llil-iiu
their inffnlienu aud ellecU, I yt kuuw of no suf
ficient reasons why a man may not testify to the
oenefits ne oeiieves nuuicii vu uHvvmeivmunjui,
any simple prv partition, in the hoe that he may
thus contribute to the Imnutttof others.
I In thla th inure madid' Id ruifurd to Iloofland'S
German Hitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of
uils city, ii:aue i wasprcjuaiceiiaKu.usi. wiem wr
many years, undfr the impression thut thuv were
hieriv an alcoholic mixture. I am inueuuMj to my
friend, Uobt. Hhoemuker, Esq., for the removal or
this preluihre by proper teitft and for encourage
ment to try them when stivrenng irura yrem ana
long oontiuued douiiity. rue use 01 inree doiiics
of these Hitters at the Winning of the present
Sear, was followed ty evinens reiier anu nwuira
ou to adetrreeof bodily and mental vigor which
I had not felt for six months before, and hal almost
despaired of reKuinimr. 1 Uieretore tnauk God,
and in? mend ror nirectinir me u mo use oi mem.
jr. NKWTON BltOWN, Philadelphia.
A n ,
rrua Rev. D. Merrlge. Pastor of the PasayuJi)t
I'hunib, Philadelphia,
frem the many rusiwctabla recommendations
given to i)r. Uinioaod a ktu-U Winers, i wea ut
diiid to irive them a trial. . Alter using
bottle, I found tbuin to be a good remedy lor de
bility, and a most exeelleut touio for the stomach.
' I). MKUIUIiU. .
From Iter. Wm. Smith, formerly Paatar of the
VinoentowaaadJ-illville(N.J.) BapU.tCburcho,-
PbiiaU-ipiua
Having naed tn mv family a anmber of bottles of
your HuonaatP, Uurroan llltuura. I have to any tnat
I n-ganl them aa an excellent medicine, apeclally
adapted to remove the dlseaee, they are recom
mended ror. They strengthen and Invigorate the
system w hen debilitated, and are useful In disor
der, or the liver, loas of appetite. Ac. I have also
recommended them to several of my friends, who
have tried them, and found them greatly beueflcial
m the restoration of health Youra. truly,
WM. BMUll. 14 Uutohinaoa Street.
jN"
Prom the Rev. Thos. D. Winter. D. !., Pastor of
Uoauorougnjjapust unurco.
Dear Mir ti feel it due to Turexcllent prepa
ration, Jlooflaud s Uenuan Hitter, to add my tes
timony tv the dueerved reputatiou It has ohUiined.
I have ftar years, at timua, beeutroublHil with area!
disorder in my head and nervous system. I was
jdvisod by a friend to try a bottie of your tierman
Hitters. I did so, aud have exHerienwd great and
unuxiected mlief; my health has insvn vry ma
terialiy beuuttted. 1 oouliduutly reoommeud the
article where 1 meet with cms similar to my own,
and have been asurd Uy sissy of rtieir rood 1-
feoss. ttesoecuuuy, younu i . ninim
RojLberough, J.ft.r
, BKWAM QW -OUNTtKFMITg.
See that theelgnature of M JACK80K Is oa
tbe wrapper of each bottle.
Should Tour nearest drngglat not have th. artl
el. do not be put i.g by any of tb. iatoaicatlng
preparation, that may be offered la It, plaoe, but
send to ua aad w. will forward, ml.-! packed
bye-pswsa. - . - ,)'',..-.
pBinciPAt ornc i-io iiVnufaotobt,
tlm. il Irch .. Pbtlaelhla, Pa.
sonv u t-iss,
,Um ft It CM. JAOKSOW C6. '
PsoriUJ-roB. ,
vuraalah tvnrlala-A IMalera la every towa
THE DAILY- EMPIRE.
n. H. ROBINSON,
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. '
THE SAVED.
They were alone In the woTld.theta two,
brother and sister. ' She, two TeRn the el
der, had watchvd over hint with all the
temlt-rneim of a mother, since that beloved
parent had confided him to ber care on her
oyliiff lied, six year before. She had told
her of tho dangers that would awnlt the
Ind 4s he entered upon life, and temptations
of every kind would surrouud him. No
fatiier 'a counwl or example, uo mother's
lovlntf wortl to yuard or treuj;then blm.
Fnlthnilly had the sister kept watch and
ward over him, entering into his punuilta,
striving to make life as plenaant aa their
somewhat isolated position would permit.
She had a small income from s few thous
and dollars, placed at Interest, and this she
eked out by teaching. They lived in a
model house, those comforts to the small
income, but yet refined class of people. It
was in one of the pleasant suburban towns,
with good air and water, and a blessed peep
at the glorious sky.
They had been so happy. Rut now a
cloud 110 bigger than man s hand was ris
ing up on the horizon of their serene trust ;
eh fi'lt its blighting, chilling influence.
Charles had been placed with an engraver,
and he had been much absorbed by the
beautiful art; but of Into he hnd been much
chanired: he was restless snd mood v. Of
ten nbent from home on an eveiiinir. and
resenting the kindly expressed inquiries of
lila aiat-ir. , Hhft felt that there was aomu In-
Alienee at work upon him which whs act
ing against her, and undermining the very
foundation of his character. Shu went to
see his master, and found from him that
Charles was much less steady and Industri
ous than he had been, and that he had form
ed an intimacy with a clerk in the neigh
boring store, who did not bear a very good
t'linpti'u:.. anumr. irn wise iunui ia was
having a very ruinous effect on him.
Ellen returned hone with an aclilnjr
heart, which found solace but in the one
elneuliiMiin. lii. ioi1. Father, heln him.
strengthen hi in. guide me in the right way
llluucuw UI1U, n 1,11 111 in pmvi
welling in her full heart, she found so
lace. .,::
1 Charles came homo that night rratless
and sullen. He made no response to Ellen's
efforts for a cheerful tea-table. She had
gathered upon it a few of the little, lnxu-
ries he was most loud oi; hoping to all uro
him iu this most Innocent way to some re
turd of former feelings ; but he took no no
tice of them, and while' her untaxed tea
was before ber, henrose from the Uiblo. put
cn.hls hat and went out. It was the unit
night tie hitd done so- without, at least, the
show of ott exciisn, such as "I promined to
meet Patterson this eveulng;" or, "I have
pledged a game of chess at the club;" but
this seemed so defiant, so thoughtles of her
feelings she felt he must have taken a long
stride downward before he could have done
this. .. .-
All that sad eveuinir she brooded upon
what she could do; what oourse she should
pursue to awaken in ine errinjf uoy it ene
0f uaiiKer; how toeall the eood angels
airaln around to auard and aid him. He
looked unhappy; she was sure he did not!
enjoy nis wrong aoing, anu mere was a
comfort tn thst thought; but she feared he
was becoming so entangled with bad asso
ciates. It would be impossible for htm to
escape. ; The evening passed slowly on;
each hour of the heavy clock seemed to
strike a knell for one hope after another;
the twelve strokes sounded, and she was
sick at heart; he had never been so late.
Was he Indeed gone from her? Then her
quickened ear, intensilied by loug watch
ing, naught the sound of his foot, (it could
De no other) as tl tunica into ine court,
with a bound almost of Joy, so great was
the reiter to nave nira once mors at nome.
She sprang up, that she might open the
door aud speak a word of welcome to him ;
"not a reproach," she thought, "lest 1 drive
him lrom uie-" Rut he entered hastily,
opening the door with his night key ; he
pushed jat her, anil rushed up to his own
room. She could only ace that lie looked
unnaturally wild and haggard. She did
not follow him, but when he bud been
some time in his room, she stole gently to
the door that she might Judge of hla state.
She could hear him toss restlessly uon his
betW -and groans and xolamations burst
from hlin. She prayed there, so near to
him, and yet all unseen by him, that he
might be guided salely through this terri
ble conflict. ,
When Charles came Into tha brettkfast
room, he did not raise his eyes to his sister,
but said huskily :
"Will you glva me $15? I will repay
you before loug." - -
"I can not, Charles; all the money I have
Just now Is twenty dollars, laid wide for
the rent. If I take that and you do not
Cay me before It is due. we shall loose our
oue; you wouldn't like that, I know.
Charley, dear. We feel our mother blesses
this place, and the thought of her associa
ted with it, cousecratcs It lor s."
An expression of lierce agony crossed his
features. He said not a word more but
darted out. An impulse, she knew not
what but is it wrong to believe it an In
fluence from that mother's spirit Impelled
her to put on her clunk and lollow hlui. "1
mar save hlin from oue rash act," suld she.
and cntchin- the water-nroof which hunn
in the entry, she covered herself with ll
long folds, and drew the hood cloaeiy around
her face. It was but a second's work, but
wheuklio stepped out of the door Charier
stood upon the horse car, which happened
to be pa-sing the court as he went uut. Hue
rapidly followed, toon tue next, cur, anu
taaa fortunate enotiirli to secure the tinner
seat, where she could keep watch of all who
got out or tha ve-icieaneau.
She saw him get out on Uoylston street.
She followed him to the Jeweller's estab
liahineiiL She knew then, was a lad hen-
had been a deer friend of Charles, before he
got drawn in with bis present bad associ
ates. Sh hoped h was going to consult
with blm on the present troubles he waa
In, and perhaps get aid In some way. To
her surprise, as sue passed aud reua-scd the
window, sli. saw he waa chatting quit
gailv with his voung friend, while
um was
axanilnlnir .old chattts. Soon other ctuto-
meri eatarea ,tu sum... ue young uu
.vrrntrw'TiiW-i.i'J
was oaIIoJ away, nl after a inomcDt'i hes-
itation Cllinrlrs left the store .
"What will be do next." was Ellen's
thought. .
[CONCLUDED TO-MORROW.]
Merchant Tailoring.
,
.
REMOVED.
, Eagle Clothing Store.
H. SCnWAHZ, .
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
Men'; Hoy', Youth Jt Cliildrtn'B
CLOTHINC,
118 MAIN BTREET,
TT
HAS REMOVED FROM niS OLD
stand tn the Inrre and rnmnimllmis stnl-e mnm fnr.
stand to the large and commodious atore room for
merly occupied Iiy Mesara. Mclntlre Bafrd aa a
merly occupied Iiy Messrs. Mclntlre Bafrd aa a
(irooery Store, where he res.ieotfully Invitea hi,
numerous patron,, and tbe public in general to ex
amine his
. NEW AND FASHIONABLE
Spring Clothing!!
SPECIAL ATTENTION
la called to the fact, that hlnpreaent atovk of cloth-
Ing l
Entirely SJ"-w,
And that he has devoted hla time THIS SPUING'
to the atudy of making up his goods In tbe
Most Approved Styles,
- 1
Toaty Patterns, and more especially PRICES,
w hif.h at preacnt
a.X-.3z: Xso-vsri
And can therefore, suit the nonet Huver. To con
vince the public ol' the Aimve taut, he respect
fully request an early examination
ol his Clothing which has
Already Arrived, aud still C'ominfr
He Is confident of fullr meeting the expec
tations of tbe public.
In order, that persons desiring to Hud sad NOT
mi Mane tne
Old, for The NfiW Place!
He would again cnll the attention to his new
plaice or buitineKfl and Number of the
house which ii as follows, vit
A Large Golden Eagle
An Oval Sign Swung ADOVQ
' AMD KniN0
EAGLE CLOTHING STORE,
118 IX. THE CEXTEI., .
, ; And another reading
' ' H . SCH AHZ,
Which
can be dfstlnctlv seen from the Market
House on Main street.
mar 19
MERCHANT TAILORS
AND
OLOTHIEES.
STERNBERGER & CO.,
intra ..freer, oeiween
Firut National litinle and
the
the Fost Office,
Wc
OUI.D BEG TO CALL ATTENTION
to their Immense stock of
Ready-Made Clothing
OF rvgRT DKSCRIPTIOX ; ALSO,
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Such as all kinds of
SHIRTS. UNDER-SHIRTS, DRAWERS,
COLLARS. NKCKTIKS, SCARFS,
SUSPENDERS. HOSIERY,
HANDKERCHIEFS, Ac.
HATS AND CAPS
''" vl or tni!
FINEST QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES
MERCHANT TAILORING
Will be attended to In all Its branches. Havlaf
i employee, oat) or sue
! ' Best Cutters In the State,
Wu feel confident of (Ivlng satisfaction In make,
and fits are guaranteed
en.
Our stuck of piece goods
lor ine
SPRING TRADE
fa complete. We name tn part
FINE BLUE. BROWN AND BLACK
CLOTHS, PLAIN AND FANCY
CASSIMERS, S1I.K VEL
VETS, SILK AND SATIN
VESTINOS, JKANH. TWEEDS,
SATINETS, LINENS, COTTON ADES. Ac
All of which we are prepared to rank, up at the
Liowoat Flguroa
and on the shortest notloa.
If yon want to save money, call on ua. as we will
not be undersold bv anv houae ii the we.a. llon't
forget ihe name and No SJn I'hird btreet, between
tiia Poat-OUiia Mid Ui ,irst National Hank.
Sl UNUUll.KK CO.
X B rash paid for Tobacov at all time,,
mar W-lmdSmw
FINKE, BEEBB & CO.
JFYOU WISH TO BUY CLOTniXG
Al' WllOLKAI-k. UR UH A1L go to
FINKE, UEEIIE & CO.
IFTOUWISH TO BUY CLOTHS,
auf mere, Satiaeue, Jean,, Lines, aad Coltouadae
at Whu'eSKU' or ltetail. gu to
IKKE, ULEUE Jt CO.
1 F YOU WISH TO BUY A NICE SUIT
oi Clothe, at a reasonable price, go to
FINKE. UEEBE & CO,
IF YOU WANT A SUIT MADE TO
oiuer, at a living prieu, g to
FINKE, UEEUE A CO.
Our motto la, l "Uvs and lei live". W , eia
ploy aoue but Uie
BEST OS! "WORKMEN,
Ad Inrtte oar triecda aad the pa bile (,aerally to
. Give.ns a Call.
rlSkK, B-Kll-ACO.
Siartl.U-I ' '' IT. M H-ia auwet. U-yhM. O.
' AlV KT18INOKAT. -!
'UH fNlliTl LY.I 'MIT
Hiacpiarti(lirhty wonlraotld;,-elsertr $
On, sifiiare, three daya 1 bit
One aquare, oue week ....H....,.M..H-M t 60
One aqualH, one month -. -.........,. fl QG
One atiuare, three mmithtw. 10 00
Une square, six moutha.H U Ou
1 N w KKK I. Y.
One aquare (eighty arnrda) one woek .,..-41 0
Per aquare. e-eh week in addition ,.......... t
'er aquare, -e year......-mm...ui..uA ek.
jaTerma foradvertLacmeptoooupying greater
ap.ue, or tor lnngr period than above ai-rcbed,
made known at the ":ounting-Uor. 1 adver
tNementa are charged at the abote rut,., unlee,
written agreement ia made previous to Inaortkxs.
Hotels and Saloons.
j
1
GOODWIN II OU8B
(Formerly Swaynls House,) ,
FIRST STRKLT, JbAST OF CANAL BASUf,
DAiTO.t, . OHIO.
I 1 KE tNDKIlRIONED, HAVING RK
cent. 7 lonsi'U the abov named llousu for m term ol
years, will be ready to attoui men lute the traveiiua
; nubile on and after January 1, Tin Ilonu)
Tiuh leen thurmihly reuovatcd, with all tha mod.
; ern Improvements, to make It a comfortable Hot?l '
The rooms are all newly furnished. Ku mi.na will
siisred to make the guent- of the tioothvin comtbrt.
able, and feel themselves at home, t here isooa-'
nucled with the Uwuse a good Htable. .. . ,
40HN UOODWlIf,
Janll-dawtf ., II oprioter. ;
M0NTO0MER THO XX S E,
ttIT TIIIBD ITHEX, ,
DAYTON, O.
Captain E. E. Retter, Proprietor.
(Late or the Western House, Springfield, O )
Thoroughly refitted and renovated throughout sad
I, now oue of th, beat llotola In thi, otty. i
SrrT omnibuaoa run to and (rota all Trains, ,
mar v-ii
SCHAEFFER HOUSE,
OERMANTOWN, OHIO.
TlIE irNDERSIGNED HAVING rUR-
-nnr,n tni. Hotel, would respeetflly Inform
the public that he la refitting tbe aaiue, and it I. i
bis fnU..nllon to leuve notbinir undone tli.t will .dd
to the eoinfort of his guests. Tbe patronage of the 1
puniic. is i-upecuuuy auuclieii. .,
""eouii JUI1S H . UI.C
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
UAllVN, OHIO. 1
The above well known house
lluvilir rteentlv clisnired hanil. I. now mien an- 1
undergoing exti'tnuve alterationa und improve-.1
nientp for the aeeoinmmlation of the traveling pub
lie No pains will lie spared to make the Phiillne'!
House, as heretofore, iu every rvsiieet, a KUtS'f,,
CLASS IIOIKI-. 7 1
JelUtf J. T. BARKKB, Prop-r. ,!
'pucbnTx. house,
THIHD STKEjrr,
DAYTON. OHIO.' : '
A. SI' AKU,
A genu I i
This hotel has rec
HIS HOTEL HAS RECENTLY BEEN
opened, and la prepared to accommoiiat. traveler,
and the publio genurully in the bust stylu. , ,
1IXO-UIIU
FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL
O A V T i N . O M I O
JOllf A.NllfRK, - - - Preurlftei.
(Rtntiy qf t farm and MfAanjo; Amh4
Strtntt JaiLiMa a MiLWl
This hotel has been thooitiu
LV ronovaiml, and refuruished, aud will be kept,
as a first elm. hotel in all It departments. Hoard
I UK bv the meal, liny or w eek. Uood stable on the '
prumW. Oiuuibtutt. ruu to and from Uie Ucpot.
novw-ciim
Billiards.
I-.Sr3--EJ'S
OPERA IUHJsK !UAlAlKAT.
BILT..IA tITIOOn3,
Corner .Tin in and llvet ate.,
lJaytora, Ohio.
F HKD. LANVe, Prsprtewr.
Mb
EALS AT ALL HOURS
Ahd the tables will be furnished with every inx
ury and dellraer of theaeaaon.
The lillliard Tabltsarelroio tbe oelelirated man.
nfaeUiriea of Julea Bi.ke aud Brunawick A Bro.,
Cluclnuatl.
The bar la aupplied with Wine and Liquor, l
the choicest branda, both foreign and domestio.
OyatorB,
BY THE CAN, and
IN THE SU ELI
can ALWAYS BE BAD AT T1IIS BODSK, .,
DURI.NU TOC SKASU2I. ,
ALSO, GAME OF ALL KINDS.
The patronage of tha public Is respectfully ao.
HciWd. deebi u
Tailoring Goods, etc.
IItM-.NI.M-, AM K(0U111AL.
ELEGANT UTILES OT '.
Fall and Winter Fabrics,
t OH
CUSTOM TRADE,
Ueekfl iiuildin, JflVi.on St,
AUOVM THIHD.
I am now in receipt of new and elegant style, o
Cloths, fat-tnifrcs,
VesilriRS nnd livcrfonllnfrs.
Which I will have made in the most flahioojhl
Mis, aua" at the , (
l-0VlvMT CA81I PHK'Kfl.
Mv old cuttftmers, and the public frenersftv, a
lnviteii to hav' their measurn. ' mq
I iiuvi rttH:un-d the stiviuM of Wr. THt)rfT?
CI. kMKN'irt. who is reputed to I one of tbe best'
Cuii-ei in the prok'im anywhei-e.
Uv suk ot f.fiiu' KiiruUtiinr Ooods Is elesrant
and ample, and 1 huve everyihu-f inthelloe which
t'tltlvuiell CU iltftirt'.
tall In end examine my Slock, nnd learn my '
pricus. I fcwl ouuhaut I eus iflea ati tasteva . ,
J. e. I 11 A Ui i
octlS-lu Jc-Tursoo ih. ale ilitf-U 1
Horse Insurance.
i lllO STATE HOUSE , , -t
INSURANCE COMP AN
OP CWClNNATi, OIIIO.
Stihe-is, Huber At l'ryor, Ageuta.'
278 Third trwt,
Are NOW PREPARED TO INSUltl,,
Hor.ua, tawi, Millea. Ac, againtt 'ibeft or Iiva.
frt.m Accident or Jilteaa. en eat liberal Ism, l.
UootelW . ,
I F YOU WAA'T A FARM
Advwtiaei-M HXUtMMrtk
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