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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
r "'.' :' r'-r' ', J IVr week, .pnvahle toCarrlors) .". .'. SO Kv mail, per annum In advance - 7 w VVKIiltLY. EMPIRE. One copy per Annum. IutIT I'll" KMPIItK circulates fine of postage 111 Muntfom-o ymiuy. V iviaest. In advance la all 'IISCS . .Trin ptlMTINO. ! Of every description, executed on Steam Presses, n the best ttvla. mi l at reasonable price. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST. Professional Cards. OOLIN fife AH ILL, Attorneys and Counselor, at law, Uornii'i Blldlltj.Th.lr1 street, DATTOS, OHIO. felS-dwtf E. THOMPSON, Attorney find JSTotarv, DAYTON. OHIO. Vitaattkndto ALL BUSINESS .intrusted to him with diligence, promptness, and "o'li rin Third street, over Mionsburgor's Cloth. ngum. , novadwly WILLIAM H. CONOVER, s Matristral 'Of- Madison 5 Township, VV ILL ATTEND TO DRAWING AND acknowledging Ueeds. and thecollectlon of claims. lie is also prepared to attend to the drawing of DtrumrnU Af, wxltmg.ootreoUy, Abort notice. iaS.fS.SlV ..-J f-.ii.-.-tV. J. J.BELVILLE, 1 Attorney at.Lavv NOTARY PUBLIC. Urt'l EI T'irllr'aOier Bialt, i ' J.iSX0.8. Secoad Floor, . 1 ' :"' . DAYTON, Onto. : noir?5-dwtf THOMAS O. LOWS. OKOKGK V. NACKBTH, LOWE & NAUEflTH, A.ttornoya cut Law DAYTON, OHIO. BtJSIF.SS TRANSACTED IN GER- M A V and French. . om.-e over Uickeys Book-store, Third Street a a UAII AMnifUAM i , , Counsellor t Law, DAYTOV, OHIO. WILL PR AO CIOK .N THIS EV?RAL STATE AND FEBESAL COURTS.! o.Hcu Turner's Opora-HousOvBooin So. S second Floor. , uovut-tl UKOltillfi W. HOCK. JOHN A. At MABON. HOUK & McMAHON, , A 1 J - f , DAYTOS., OHIO.,, . . . " Qtfets N. Sit Third Stre4. Et of Slain. t r.- ...vOK.atn ' 1 - 1 - ' I Professional Cards. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TIHVKK 1 AIKKR'A MIKES. m j . i xj - - - - - - f , . t WHOLESALE PEAL.E1V?. i N DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, . i AND ' ; I Tailor's Furnihlnff OomUi NO s, Turner Opra Hne, I V"". ' h o. I . Orders from country dealer riwpwrffully ollojtd. Mt 14 tUwtf Professional Cards. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. E. II ILL. . I Locksmith and Bell Hanger ! bob thirp n-rrtEET, t, j (Over Stont'i Iron Store.) I ..DA Y'T N . f - H HO . Models for Pau-nt niudu on short notice, Sewing Uachine repaired, and all kindaaf wisrk doaeln neut and satisfactory manner. . , - j, keys mrcr and ef.paibkp, i , Lkj picked, if required. Satisfaction given. JanlMtf ' Professional Cards. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Bell Hanger. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. DR. E. JENNINGS.' Jto Post Burgeon Cam p Dennuwn, offer his ser- to th citlienl at Dayton and vicinity 1 urriCEs-Ha; AT Lnlw Mil, between Rsl atist ills. , Where he may b found at all hour. References Pr. J. C. Reeve, J. Iav1s, J. iMetrinh. . . supro-atr DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, TH K- CELEBRATED MAGNETIC 'PHYSICIAN, WILL IIKAL THE 81CK WITHOUT nKftlCl.VK rOR TWO MOVTHS At loodwut House, luruieriy ewayuio nuuw, . ., DAYTOS. OHIO. , .1 Oftlce hour from (to 1 A. M.. and from to . at. The M WiU IMS liuarally eoaSMtorad. , de'ISt Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER & SPIELM AN, ... . 313 THIHD STUEET,' f DAYTON, O. AllE PREPARED TO SERVE AS AtH riUNKKUSln eountry and city, or will noil (iooda ou consigumeut. , . i '.J- K CHRISTOPHKltend. 1 i i . i I X . tAVIL CLARK. - i fehl-wtf Auctioneer. Notions. JOHS O.CAIN. D. It. BOYER. GAIN & BOYER, WHOLKSALK DEALaHS IN Foreign and. Domestic Notions, HO HI Kit V, QLQVKH, AND jYTsrqy .ooopai No., tilt atstd J, l sl ftecvnd ! ';. ' ' ' DAYTON, OHIO.1 ' , ' ''lyu 1 1 " 11 .... .DISSOLUTION. ... ..rp - - V .1 HE FaRTNEKHIIIP EXISTING heretofore uuder the firm name of THOMAS l - AssCst 1 ibidayiolve. by mutual consent. , , , , , SAMl Kl. (J. TIKlM Vb, . .. cuahu. h. deck. Tli aeeowit and bnslnas of the abev flrm WIU us. aottuH anw vjuwm "7 , AVAIUEL O. THOMAS. V Dayton, 0 . Feb. ), Ibo. marl.iid It 1 ANUF ACTURERS' LABELS J In g.'t variety at the KMl'IftK Iteaie Job Booai. VOi; 1 til ' 1 DAYTON, O., SATUllDAY, APllIL 211800. NO. 1G9. Cincinnati Cards. MONUMENTAL. ' OYSTER ' CO., o WILLIAM TAYLOR, ItALtlMOKK. MP., Fresh Can and Keg Oysters RKCF.IVKD DAILY BY KXl'KI.HB. Also, Core and 8piced Oysters, Clam Lobster,, . , Pickles, bailees, an.l Jcllie, 4 i ' ' rnrelall Frail ' 8. E. Corner Fift h and Vine Streets, doosdawtf CINCINNATI. OHIO. CHARLES C. DOHERTY & CO., ' IMPORTERS AS'B JonilEHI! OF MILLINERY GOODS, BOSTTETS, - .EinnONS AND felLItfe. . OT Wc Hf r;et, Comer of Union, Detween Pearl and Third, dnc4dawtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. C H f L E S,;H E R. ' ' " WHOLESALE DKALER IV Bourbon and Eye Whisky, No. 28 Walnut Street, '4dawtr ,, ,-, , CINUNNATI. OHIO. M.THOMPSON UMBRELLA, PARASOL Walking Cane Manufactory, No. m Main St., bet. fourth and I'lfth, CINCINNATI, , - OHIO Riptlrlnn i'romptlj Attended tn. dec.18 dlaw-lyw .'. Mi. A D A M C EIS ', Mfittras'nd Bedding MANUFACTURER, JjO, CS FIKTU. 8T.llfI.yALNUI ANI VINE, id? Cincinnati, Ohio. t0,JtRI0R C0003 ILL BE FURNISHED TO ORDKR AT MODEKATE PUICES, .,1 : , I.,., '. -.--FOB- ' . City and Country Trade. docSdly. MERCHANTS' HOTEL! (FORMKRLY DKNNISOW HOUSE,) Fifth Kt.,year Main , Otdnnatl, O., PHUl'UIK'IOHI. TM- hii.H hs Iteen ihrotiahlr repaired. rm-ted, and newly lqrnwiil(' t I I ily. N ATION AL. S aT6 ON," NO. 170 WEST SIXTH STUEET, UINUINNATI, 1. Choice Liquors, "Wines & Cigars, j ' ALWAYS ON HAND. Six tplendld Milliard Tables FOUR SPLENDID TEN PIN ALLEYS. . , t.ij-isirit. . OVXKKb. Pr-n, . J T Real Estate Agents. J AM ESKE LL Y.7T7 Real Estat ftnd. Loan . Agent, N. E. Vor. Iain and Tnlrd ate., Kntrauce op Thiril Street, - I v r, - ., ., , . f ,. DAYTON, OHIO. V,0T-dwm STEPHENS HUBER & CO. (iBAlM'Bn.TWTW AOclNTB 7B e0 Third bt. , DAYTON, OHIO. VV ff.Tv ATTEND TO THK SELLING and huvlug of real estate, loan money on bond and mortgage, make collections, etc.. etc. All business entrusted to then! will be faithfully attended to. ocSfi-tr . LENTZ & ArtLECATE. UK A I. KS'i'ATH AOKNT8 omce 89$ Third Ntreel Nerlh Hid .it DAYTON OHIO. Groceries. P. . - A , O. WOOAMAN? A.-O.BillTW. . WOUA.MAM WOCAMAN, SMITH At CO. Wholesale1 Giocers, No. 28, Main Street, Opera Building DAYTON, OHIO, Haw. noVSTAXTLY ON HAND full and complete stock of Groceries, Nuts, Fish. ti,bm -n,i ., nthnr articlo. called or In th wholesale grocery trade. Uiivlng recenty moved to our new room, we nave grcauv mcreaiwi ou, stock, anil are prepared to till all orders promptly Wo respectfully call the attention of city and -n,i .trv d..uun Loour nas stock of grocerie. snlililwl lluil n can givetlici aoslluif.iusa die caa uHiaiuiatauotber nouac In Uieiny ducltdawll J. B. CILBERT i CO., WHOLESALE DEALISM IN rOJlEION AND DOMESTIC Groceries and Liquors, NOS. 1 AND TO JEFFERSON HTREBT, OPPO SIIK HAKSr.l nouns. ii. LIilST'iA-TU'lTS t ' RBEI WINS. 1 ' IIVT. SITniriMP.KII wori.D INFORM ....i.iifl hu in . . w m.nnrMi liirlnrf a sen aupetior artkrfe of halise WiiM.iM-ana lieeii in the market, it can be olitaiucd at wholesale rota il. at the Drug store or u. II uiiiuiger, r.a.i r'illli Street. Dayton, and also of !. Cuger, Wal uut nouse. rvavue otrtw.. lie has also a large supply ef Which Wn l obtained on application at either tli above-nainett place, ori sue suusi-.riovr. Wavue Street, a abort distance aoutn ol ne wal nut ileum. eh- -iu.im Win. I. hlvhlr recommended as medicinal stimulant, audi also es.um.ivel' for sacramentol purpoMi. o. Jl.ivta,. v.nnixo cards Printed neatly luPl.' sr In Bronae, at biean, Job Rooms. PflHiiita" Asa p&ttf. fLisni es- isialn aud la Color, ueatlv urlated at the tUSllihr '.r. '.r. team Jo aWeau Medical. or f! ua a THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. . . (Not a Wblaky Preparation.) . Hoofland's German Bitters I Will cure lKBI CITV Tesultln fmm ' an- caua waatemr. - l . IT . ,1 PRO AT RATfOsf ot'TIIR kYATKIR, Induced by, , SEVERtt TTARDSHII'S, ' KSIK ol l.'r3VriU blSEASES OF CAMP UIE,,,, soLDiEng. citizixw, (.! I ' ! r MALE OR rKMALK, APLLT OR TOUTH, Will find In this Hltti'rs a pure Tonic, not dependent on bud liquors Ibr thelralmostmlraci.lou, eileet,. " DysPeP8lai i And lill diseusrs ri-siiHtttiB- ln,m lilsorders of the Liver uad mgeatlve Organ, are cured by t HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS I This bitters has verfoum'ed more cures, give better sutlsrartiim, hn more tes timony, has more restiMotultle people to ToocU lor It, than any other article In the market. We pefy any ou to contradict tills assertion, and i 1 - WILL PA OOO ' To any on who will produce a oortltlcate publish ed by us that is not yenulue. f o ; 1 . HOFl.A-.D,'oEUITlAS BITTUUS Will cure every case of ' 1 ' CHRONIC OK NERVOUS DEBILITY, AND llISKASES OF TUtV KIDNKYS. I . Oltserve the following symptoms resulting from (tlHnrilcM of thi. il i tri-tfl i v,-oriral)M I UJnstlpullon. lUHaril flies, rumess oi uiu w the Head. Acidity of the Htomach, Nausea, llearl- nirn, lllSKiist lor Food. Kulnessor welgllt in l.ie Stomach. Sour Knictlons, Sinking or rluMerlnr : the 1'it ol the Stomach, mvnnuilliB oi tne iinaa urried andditUciilt llivntlilng.. Flutterlnir at the Heart. Choklun or Suffoealinii Sensations when In A Iviiijr posture, Dimnets of V ision, IoU or Web before the Sight. Keer and Dull I'ain In the Head, lielleiencv of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eves," I'ain In the Hide, Hack, Chest, I.lmli, Sc. Slidden Hushes of Heat. IUimlni in the FU'sh, Constant Imaxlnlnipi or Evil, and great Depression of bpirits. KE.VI'WBKB I ! ' That this Hitters la not Alchollc, oontnln no Rum or Whisky and cannot mako lrunkarls, but t the uest'ronic in tne worm. a ; - KR1D nilOt lYfl HU, , From the Uev. Levi O. Bork. Pastor of the Baptist rhnrch I'euiliei'ton. is. .1.. lormenvor mo orin Hantlst Church. I'h ladeliihla at psesent Pastor of the Haptist Church, cnestor ra. . I h knnws llnofland's Oerman Hitter favor. abW for a numlier of vear:I have used them In my own family, and haTe lieen so pliwsed w ith Uielr effects that I was induced to recommend, mens to many others, and know mat tney nave operated in u strikingly benetlcial inunner. I take grunt pleas, in thn. oiiMlc.lv oroc.lalmluo this f;u!t. and call. Ing the attention of thoso afflicted with the dls eases for which they arc recominendel. to these nilters Knowing irom expenuuev dim hit mendntlon will be sustained. 1 dothlsmorecliecr fully as llootland'a Hitter Is intended to benilflt the aOllcted, and Is "not arum drink." Yours, truly. i.r.vi u. bm iv. . From Iter. W. 1. Selrfrled. Pastor of Twelfth Buptlst Church, rnuaaeipnia. F1 Gmtlomtn: f have roccntlr been laboring under thelltrMingtTtctof lmUirHslinn, accomimnien h a iirrtRirMtiiiri of thn nervotti HVHtuin. Nuiner out remerlius were recommen'loil by frfemis. ami tome or them vents , mix wunout renor. iour lioodanil't (ierman i.iners were rerommenn ny persons w ho had trlei them, aii'l whose I'avorahU tnenUon of thtate Bittr Inauced mo to try them. luiconfevs thitc 1 nau an aversion mi rmni MtMllclniw from the "thotMuuft and tmy" onwk Kittflrm whOMOQIV ftlui aWania WWW Piun ou weetene-) anddruirifed liquor uoou the iMjinm unity in t iv wmv anil eh ttmdeuov of which. J tear, it to makomanjf aronilrmeddmnkaiiL L'pon learu- iiix tnat youra waareauy m niwnoriiii irvAjnmviii. t took it with hanpy effert. lu action, not only upon tho atoraaoh, bnt upon the nervous tvtitem, was pi-ompt ami Krutiryintr. I feel that I have derived irreat uod uenuuiieut benellt from tho um of a few oottlos. Very resuet tfully, youri,' ' Vr. l. bKltjritiivu, jo. aM aua;aaiuuaufi . From Rev. J. Newton Brown. D. D. Editor of the Kucyulopcliaor ucilgtous K.uowieogaoo,syuria. tlan Chronicle, Philadelphia. a whmiirh not ilisiHiscl to favor or rocommend P-t-,,t UttillidnAM fn eeneral. through distrust th.,ir invri.ilicntu and eilcctS. I Vet kllOW of DO llf. Ocient reason why man may not testify in the beaeilu be believes hlmselfto have received from any simple preparation, In the hope that be nay tbu contribute to the lament of others. 1 do this the more reedllv la reganl to Hoofland's Geruiuu Bitter, prepareil by llr O. M Jackson, till 01 ty, Oecause I wa prejudiced against niom mauy yean, under the impression that thv were btetiy an uicouolic mixture, i am liidebUsI so my friend. Rob't. tiHoeinaker, JCsn , for the rsiaovul it,t. ii.ii,Uim bv uniiMir UmU and li,r encourage. lUeUt HI 11 y tllCIII MUCH .llliuillia liu. long continued deljllilv. i ns use oi uiree ooiiiea of tbee Hitters at the beginning of the preaenl vear. was tellowea ly ovideos reirei and ivswira tiou to a degree of uodllv and mental vigor a bleh I had not felt tor sin mouths before, aud had almost .l-.-irMl nt rcKiiiulnir. I therefore thank God. and my friend for directing mo to the Use of them. J. NKWTON JtUOWNj Pyiladclfdilu. , .A. " i,1 Front He. I. Herri ge. Pastor of tn Passyuui. 1 , ctiurcs.A'aiiuaeipAia.'' . From the many respectable recommendation Iven to lr. Hooflind'S (Jerman Hitter,. I was Us need to give them a trial. AOer using several bottle 1 found thorn to be a good remedy for do. btllty, and a most excellent tonic for the stomach. From Rev. Wm. .mlth, formerly Pastor of Vincentownanu Hiuvuio i.vj-1 uapusn-uurcne Philadelphia. Having used In mv famllv a number of bottle rour llixHaud't German Hitlers. I have tu say that rcirard tlietn as au ex. client meillcinB, specially alaiiud to remove the disease they are recoin. uamled for. Thev strengthen and Invigorate yslaui when debilitated, and are uwttil in disor ders of tho liver, loss el aietlte, Ac I have also veoottMUeiHlesl tnein to several 01 my inw.i., have tried them, and louild them greatly beuencl! in the rosuiration of health Yours, truly, n u. sal 1 11. ueo iiuti uiuMii chiws, From the Re. Tbot TV Wlntor. T. aator Uoxborouxh Uku Churiitt. Dear Slrj -I feel ft due tu your oxoellent prupa fuii.sit HfwtflMi.d'ft UriUAtn UilUra. Ut add aiv te- tiiaouy to the durJrd reputuiion It ha ohtaine!. 1 havu fwr years, at times. Ihmih trouhle.l tvllb xreat (tiMomer in wy ueau aim unnuu.ii.wiiB, ww atlvised br a friend to try a bottle of your tierinaii liiitera. I dlt o, and huv s&uerie ntxil great UI1)X1 u-riiill niMit4ii rt'iici: mv licit 1111 na oeeu very m.t- y henctited. 1 coniia.'uuy rottmnineau IIleaji. w I hi umm n in i mi vj uii vwii. aad have tHn annurwil by many of their good teuU. Kewuootfully, ronrs. ' T UI.N fKH, , ,, , - Boxborvuf h. l a. ID ' UK W ARK OT COUKTKRKXIT0. Isoa tbatttMslliatr 0 "C. M J ArKttOX U tha wruper of each bottle, hhfiulrt. Tour naituViMit Aruj7artt aot havo ttiO Hl- l d aoi W ut ir b any of th IntoxioaUiif urvi'uraUou Hint may on uiInrU ui IW iilaim, seaa to ut and wo will forward, sot-t'wly packed by aapross. . 1 ff 6S1 Arch PhUadolplsU, Pa "-"" '' '" PunpRnrrnBS. For sale by DruggbiW and Dealer, In every tow she wsutaa eiase. swasaisswss THE DAILY EMPIRE. H. H. ROBINSON, . - PUBLISHER AND' PROPRIETOR. THE SAVED. [CONCLUDED.] 1 of of or or of the ,, , of me ol on hut H pnased hef wltli rnpltl Htrltle. 'Jlcrlld not rcooanUe heir rotllHed fbriu. rilia I'ol lowoct otu nd on. to a trim ire pnrt of the ti', II enteird low. dlrtF-looking shop. Wliat I'oul.l it bo for f . Her heurt sunk within her. , She i?erel Into thn win dow. Arid the pleht she saw froze her heart. Clmrles stood With a sparkling (fold chnin In his hand, which he was evidently en deavoring to pawn ! " ' Klnally she ww the man give htm money, nnd take the chain. Her brother yes, her, till tlieu almost Innocent brother -oamo out ol that pollutesl Uo, shorn of half his manhood, his eves , Elururitnf furttcly around. As soon us he wits itone out of slifht sho went Into the shop, mid With quiet dlfftiitjr of manner which repulsed tl te forwardness of the Jew cawti-broker. sne saio : "Yon received a chain from a young man Just now. I require you to give it to me. and I will repay you the money advanced upon lu" , "A urettv tliinir. tbnt. for ui to do. The chain is worth twice what I paid, and what am J to uo , when the young mail claims It, Missf" , "lie will not coma again for it, I will guarantee that. Please give It to uif f" And she took out Tier Docket-book. which she always carried about her for safe ty, unci In which was the rent money. ' ! shttll do no sueh thing, voting woman, unless you bring me a certificate from the young man," sakl the man. lnsoleutly, fori he felt he liad her in his power. , i Ellen waj resolutiaund flttod for li emer-' gencies. ... "Then, sir.'' she said, "l shall make a uomiilaint of you a a receiver of stolen ? roods. Tho oLain was stolen. I can prove L You knew best if this establialunimt can bear th test of an examination." . The man turned pule, said not a word, but opened a drawer and grutHy said : "Fifteen dollurs.'l . w She gave it to him. "If I tind you have mado me par more than you gave blm, I will make it known to tliu proper auuioritlos." . ' . She breathed mora freely at she left the stilled sluij). She sought a ear. aud soon found hrrmnf weariod itli excitement at home. Perhaps this very thing, this being led to the very brink, might save her be loved brother, she sat with the chain before bur trying to solve the mystery. - What had led liiin to it. What did' he want with tho money t What could behave done! She longed for, yet dreaded his return, lie came not all dav, nor till eight o'clock In the evening. Then he went directly to his room, ci ' ' - ' Another painful night followed. At break fast he name down with blood-shot sleep less eyes. Her cheek was ashen pule, but the sinile waaon her lip and her voice cheer ful as her wont. She tried not to let blm see her agitation, hoping for an opening to let her into Ills heart. While each was trying to hide from the other their seoret, the door bell rang. The penny post brought a letter for Charles. Ue seized It, opened iU read it, . "Oh, what can I oof" burt from his unronlr.ed entil Kllen ttiok the letter and hastily read It. She found It was from their young friend ut the jeweler's. It ran thus: "Ikah t'RARi.KS : One of t he handsomest of our watch chains It missing. . It has not been seen sine you were looking at them yesterday. Could one have Honiilently drop ped Into your pocket, or did you take on home to show 3onr eister t (I think you said It was for her you were Woking.) trust ing to make it an rignt with me to-day. hop this it so, if th olialtt does not h invar my employer will send a search-warrant to your House.. Autiaata, . , kobkut u. ' Ellen" drew tho chain from her pocket, and laid It on th table; the rattling sound attracted Charles, who raised bis bend. caught th glitter of gold, seined It convul sively, and then dropped on his knees ; lie buried tils head In his arms and sobbed like a child, rnnrmttrmg wonts like these "Thank thee. Heavenly Father, thou hast saved me! 0 give me strength to overcome tempiatiou in tne luture." . ,,. Ellen let this strong feeling have its war for a time, when sue drew elose to htm, placed her hand ou his head, and then laid that head on her true sisterly breast; ami there aha held It till be, worn out by his emotion, dropped to sleep. She sat thus an hour, till, feeling the Importance of time, she geutly roused blm. -sro tin tiuirs now, t nnrie. ana rest will take tills -claim to Robert, see Mr. Bcrrle, get you excused from to-day's du ties, and this shall be a day of feasting and great Joy to us; ford the prodigal has returned to hi futher, has lie not, dear Charles r bitch a look of glad relief, of perfect thankfulness aim trust, crossed His laoe. and then be obeyed and went nn amirs, She carried the chain to Hubert, and irave it to him without a word. She conl. not frame a lie she left the explanation hi generous kindness. That niirlit Charles told her the whol. how he hud been led away, ate. drank anil gambled with bis evil companions; bow wa continued warfare with him, but was led ou step by step; at last he lost 9i& ny piuy. lit) wssauuneu lor it ana tnrent ened with exposure to his master if he did not Day it. lie had only 910 to pay It. a last resource he bad asked Kllen for uiamey ; and when abe bail refused, and so good a reason, be was desperate. At rode Into Boston, ha thought tjf Robert, and then the idea came, into his mind. If I. euult' set seme Bleu of jewel i'V ami paw lL he would toon get the inoue and redeem it, and would then repl iU and probably th owuert would not mlaa it. . . But th avonv tli drat day of "thief life." when lit gleam of void was ever in his eve. and lu feel his hand. and muamJut th man" was sound- inir lu the recesses of his heart. It was fotwtnAtH of hell be could not bear: -and bailrkeeo Crow this Iveples Jjed w ith 111 111 resolve to luke Itie lirt step towarn right and liow luuub hit was aided In it that watchful slater's loveand ioareaultv. none but tho who bar been through th same temptation and similar rescue can sav, Sisters, yours is a iflorious wink, lie noble yourselves, that you may teach your voting brotlicrs to be noble. He nnsrltish that they muy learn the sweets of iniselllsh life. Be ever watchful over them, Teach them to respect through you, every woman. The Secret. : There were two little sisters at the house whom nobody oouhl sa.-e without loving, fur they were alwaysso happy together. They had the same books ami the same play thing:, but never a quarrel sprung up be tween them no cross words, no pout, no slaps, no running away In a pet. On the preen befbro the door, trundling hoop, playing hoop, playing with Rover, helping mother, they were the same sweet-tempered little girl. 'You never seem to QUnrreL" I said to them the other day, "how Is It yon areal- ways so happy together t" - lhey looked up, and ttieeldest SW"1I: "I s pose It s because Addle el me, and I let A 1 If Ho.. I thought for a moment. "Ah, that Is It," I said : "Sha lets you, aud you let her; that Is It." Did yon ever think what un apple of dis cord "hot" is among children V Kveti now, while I have been writing, a great cry was heard under the window. I looked out. "Oerty, what Is the mutter!'" "Mary won't let me have her ball," bel lows (ierty. "Well, Gerty wouldn't let mo have her iieoc il in school," cried Mary, "and I dou't w ant alio should have my bull." "I'le, lie; Is that the way sisters should treat each other r She shan't have my pencil," muttered Gerty ; 'she'll lose It " r And you'll only lose my Dan," retonoo Mary ; "and I shan't let you have It." Tho-not letting'' principle Is downright disobllgiugueas and adisohligingspiril be get a great deal of quarreling. , Thesu little girls, Adtlie and her sister, have got the true secret of good manners. Addio lets llose and Rose lets Addie. They are yielding, kind, unselfish and always ready to oblige each other. Neither wished to liuve her own way at the expense of he otlier. And are they not happy f Oh, yes! and do you not love them already f Coal and Wood. I to It he As the fur he in a he the by D. P08T W. P. nANCHKTT. POST & HANCHETT, WHOLESALE AND RF.TAli I) KALKB8 IN MA8SILLON, i Yoxisliioglaony, wHTPPEWA COAL AND COKE OIHce, EastThlnl St., opposite Xeala Depot, DAYTON, OHIO. SAMUEL 0. THOMAS, COAL AND WOOD DIOALKK, On Canal, below Third Street, In eld lenndry Building formerly occupied by Stout, II 111 Tmple.) The best qualitt of Youshiogheny and Ohio Coal! ,!- 'i.ALWATS ON HAND, la fluantltt to tult purehaaer and at lb Lowest Market Hates. 11 ' '-also- SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD .ii, ., - . . , 1 ' rOB FAMILY CSC, BY TUX r Cord, or in Small Quantities. .' ORDKR LIFT AT NIXON'S TOBACCO STORE, Comer Second and Jefferson, or Allowuyi & Gross' Shoo Store, Ko td I'iflb street , Will fr Promptly AtUttuled to, isats-dtr ... I, DAVIS & ltllO., ' ' ' DBALKK8 IX COAL AND WOOD FIFTH 8TRKKT, At the Railroad Crossing, near the Canal, , Are supplvlug consumers with the OOAIjI That oan be aad, for nana and steam purposes, . CHEAP A? THE CHEAPEST! he best Quality of OOO long, sawed or split, always on hand. CALL & EXAMISEOUR PRICES December B, IBM. dSia Wood .land Fpr Sale. 1 ad iiiiv tpy a "Tira fv vr.AT LA O. th- Kau. PitrTlV mile, uoi. I.,, Inquire at .4. IwloWnreo febMltdAw t.reeneastl. Fellow-Oitizns: I CALL TOUR AT1KXTIOV TO THK fact that I asa aow prepared, aud will attend, To the Building of Cisterns, And will do all kinds of CKMKSTING. during tb Summer seasoa 1 aav orovmwo aim w,.n sal. of hands te Ibl usmiuess, and will be amply ori pared T Build Sinkj to Order, Havlag bad twentyn year esperi.uoe la d.,l,HlnM Ai Cistern Hulldiug 1 dat'v eunal eoauuetiuuu. aud warrant that, my work shall equal In durability and superior la tni to any taeaity. filters of vty kind put lut clsiacu. kaJsJAUUs Bt', So 10V and 10 Jefanus stra.t, Datoa, O. sarM-ludw i ADVKIff IS1NG KTsis ; in rvi i. y . . ,, . Oh qnnr (eighty words solid, beejnsertloa If One suuartj, three davs.H 1 60 One square, one week t Ml One squa: . . mo month M , n 00 Clue siiare, three months...... 10 00 ne sour,,, six mouths ...-.... ., . 15 OU I W KKKU,, One nquaro (Aip-htT woHh) onn fik 1 00 jVnr qnrj, na, h tto. Ii In addlttom ,.....,..... Ml I'er fujiiare, one ur... .1B OU H"r mlverltiPiTipntiioociipvlnfr fcrvntrr lift- u, nr for lonurr ptriol ttmii 1kv yn hnl, m.idf knosvn at the ( uiitiCjiiK-H'mmi 7 1 ndvur tiwftnfnt ire rhnrifnl at thr hIjoi ri.l, nnlfKt writkvii tiKi-wnitiiit in luttlt! pit iuui tu linurtlon. Hotels and Saloons. . r O O tl XRT I TvT ,fr , VIOa J"J"''"l 7 "v H OTJSB nle llnuse.) FIRST STHKET, KAST OF CANAL BASIN, DA TO N. OHIO. XlIE UXUKKSluXKl), HAVING EK ct'ntly li'itrti the iilovn munrd lion"!' fur a tnn 01 'r. will tw nwfif f HOimtioliiir thtt trmteHti iJiilU- 011 nni utter Jetnuurv 1, 1H.. TUv Housr hfin fNftti thoroughly rcnoviitfil, with nil the mxl ern Unprovemejju, to make It n roiBit-Mnlile Hot'1 The riHiinp) uro nil nmWy liirui-ht'il. No minn will losrwrl M in tk thf Riwits of thi? loO(hrfn l Oftilort ubU', ti(J tvl thfcuiii lvttn ut hoin. Diuru U con nected with the Itouitc a ao1 H( utile. ' ; t40UK.40.lWIN, ! Jaull-dawtf. . ... I'royrietur. MONTGOM EEYH OU S E , ! tUT THIRD RTRF.ET, DAYTON, O. Captain E. E. Retter, Proprietor (Late of th Weston Rouse, nprlnsileld. 0.) Thom ' ,h ,' Thoroughly refitted and renovated Uironglieut and is uow one 01 ine oust Hotels in tuis city. ffy Omnibuses run to and from all Trains. w99f SCHAEFFER HOUSE, GEU-HANTOWN, OHIO... dfE I'NPF.RSIGNKD TIAVTNO PL'K HASKI) thi Hotel, would resnectrullT lalnm the liubllc that he Is refitting the same, and It Is Is Intention to leave nothing undone that will add to the coiiilort of his guests. The putmuagu of tho puiuic is resM?cuuiiy soltcucil. oetetisi 1 joa.i . IVUL,yr.lt. PHILLIPS HOUSE, uAimx, Ohio. . : IfE ABOVE WELL K'NOWN ltOLSK huvlug n-'cntlv changed hands. Is now uocn. and unlergoln extnsivo aluirution und linifmve- nicni. tor iiin eccouimoiiainin oi tne travel nur puu. Ilo. No pains will Ik;, spareil to inak' the PnlVilj'S House, ns It'-rcUilbre. in. every vuspect. a If'IKJsT LAKSMOIKL. ' Jelutf . . J. T. IIAKKK1I, Prop'r. phn ix house, THIltD 8TKKKT, DAYTON, OlirO. A HI A Vfl iaront TlHSnOTEL HAS KFXTA'Tl.Y UKKN Ojtf ne-l, and Is prt'piired tn rWcomnioilrtfc trirtelors and the public tfeuerally in the beytstyle... inSb-dlm FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL DA v" I' . 1 N , OHIO J OH A.NIIIKK ... Priprleui, (irMWatfyoIAa Farmm alut MrrAartv, Hitond Mrt no lanaef is JioUit , This hotel has ijekx thorough ly renoYiifeed. and refuriiKhe!. and will be Kent as n hrist rl,. hou l in uU iitdeimnineiitfr. Uonnl In by the inenl, dy nr wefk. titwd siitldemi the pretiiiftet. tntuilues run to mid irviu tho Uejtot. novnoiiim Billiards. X.j9LlJOI!rS OPEN. IH.'li.; UtMAlRAXT. BltiT.I A.T.JI) HOOMP, Ceiuvr -vtulii at, d firm ata. Dtsytan., Ohio. , ntBD LANtitu, Preprlelor. jMeals at all" HOC R9 And the table wilt n furnished with every lux ury and delicacy of the seuaon. The Ililliard Tables are from the celebrated man. ufw-lories ol' Jul Uslksand Jirtuuwiuk A llro., Clilciiuiati. The bar I supplied with Wines and VJouors el the choicest brands, both fore.n and dytueatia. Oysters,! BY THE CAS, aud IN THE 1! KM. CAM ALWAYS BK HAD AT THIS DOtJSK, DCRINO TIIK BKASOM., ' ALSO, GAME OK ALL KINDS. The pntronaga of the public I respectfully so licited. - . decU U Tailoring Goods, etc. lli.MtHoM AMI MUMlMUAL ELEUtWrSTlLM OI'.i 1 Fall and Winter Fabiics, CUSTOMMTnADE,' Brckrl Huilding, Jrflmon St., AIIOVK TII1HD, I am now la receipt of new aad elegant style e Cloths fihlmrres, Vestlnps and 'lerecfitlrir. Whirh I it 1)1 have made in the most fashionabto sty Ion, aadat tbo - - -I.O.VbSVT C ASM rHICIL i; Mv old ctutoiaeiip and thn ubUq Kerally. lnvilel to leave their iueanreH. I have eourtd the toivu of Mh THOr!Tr: (.LKMivN LS. hoi renutetl to be omi of tho boat tuner m the inifenkiuii aiirvhere. ' l aunk ul 1 rut' runn hint; uoodf Is tier ant and'aniple, ami I Iimvu everything in the lia w huh Ijciitli im 11 can di-fcire. , ' ftXtPifl , ' atefferaon bt. aiaive 'itsird. V.li ill jiiiu ciaiiwv 111 7 mi' ivjarn j Horse Insurance. ,ww be la i I .MflnMfVpl PnMp' I H O U R A N C L ' U U iU T A N I or ci.cI.XaTL oil it. MepllMia, Uli)W a'rjor, iatjrenia. .,., i.,c , x I a iuira irt'ot. . . ., , DA.YT03NT. Utilo.. ' An NOW I'RKVARED TO INSCRK Horse, cow. MuWs. Ac, agavit Xiiert o, leatk nom Ai'i'lueot or I'l.ea. or aosi liberal isirnis dMlSUU -r7 : -T 1 K VOU WANT A FARM'. !' Advertise la tne W al adt aJatriRI