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By mail, imt annum in advance rr'r WEEKLY' EMPIHE. One ropt, per tuinnm .. ... fl 00 nf KMriKK circnhiie- nee 01 p.xiiiffe in Montgomery eount) . Payment In advance in all JOB flXiNTXIlsrO firnrv ilirlittinn. etprnteti nn FUnnm Press?. Hie ltl slvle, and nl reasonable prices. $ $ EMPIRE BUILDING. NO. 110.' MAIN ST. Tin: tvnily kmpirk: Professional Cards. J.J. BEL.VILLE, Al t to r n e y at L a w NOTARY PUBLIC. I tttTIOKI N. nn'tffirn atreet, Opposite1 the Post Olllce, DAYTON, OHIO. m4duw4m ODLIN & CAHILL. Attorneys and Counselor at Law, aorau'l IMIasr.TblrA street, 4 '),"!' , ) I',; TAYTOK, OHIO, E. THOMPSON. A-ttorne-"-' antl .Notary, DAYTON, OHIO. ' til VY I LT ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS entrusted to him lib diligence, promptness, anil ''tjiuve on Third ttreat.iweFl.elmnsbnre'or's Clotti ng store, nuvivdwly WILLIAM H.CONOVER, id Magistrate of Madison Tovnuhip, ; VVlM. ATTEND To" DRAWING AND a-kiiMitltiir Leeds, and tha collection of claims. Jla in ali prepared to attend to I lie drawing of listriitnciits ol wriling,oorrooiiy.ui- sao. . uviiica. mll-dwly ,i UniKllKW. HOUK." - .Willi A. M'MAHON. HOUK & McMAHQN, Attornovs at Law, . DAYTON. OHIO, onicc No. 322 Third Street, Kut of Main. ...',!. - i ! ( Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. DR. E. JENNINGS, Lata Tost Sunroon Camp Definition, otTurs bis or- I'll VHIOIAN VAn" BUIiaPtON to tho cltluma or Dayton and Ticinlty ' , IIFrit'C-Na. 5T Ludlow St., between :id tad 4tu, , Whuro ho may In) louud at all aonr. .- - Ki.reroaoea Dm. J C. Kama, J. Dai-1", .1. W. Iiii'tiich. eplltt-dtr DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, f CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WILL IIKAL TDK BM'K WITHOUT . MHDWIXK FOR TH O MO.VTHS At UiKt.lwin ILiiiHH, l'triuoriy Huraynie lluusn, ( DAYTON, OHIO, , ; , - OlTlre hours from 8 to 1 A. M.. and from 4 to O P. V. Tim poor will In) lilivrally contideretl. driJltlMt Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Bell Hanger. 10. 11 ILL. . Locksmith and Bell Hanger I NO, HOI) TIIIHI TltKEX. , (IWr Htolit'tlroii store,) ' DAVTuN, OHIO, MtMlol. for PaU'nts inntio on hort notico, Hofying Slarhim ropuirMl, antl all kinds of work done in neat anil naliid'actory manner. y KKY9 KITTED AND REPAIR Kl, Locks picked, If reqtiired. Ratisfaition viven. JlllllO-dlf Notions. JOHN C. CAIN. D.K.BOYKIt. CAIN & IiOYER, WHOLESALE DEALKIIS IN ' Foreign and Domestic Notions, uosiJSJtx, oj.oyjis,.,. PANOYGOODB No. t9u aa4 tui, l;at Necond Ht., ' DAYTON, OHIO. , lyi ' Coal and Wood. D. POST, . W. P. IIANCUKTT. POST & HANCHETT, WnOLKSAI. AND RKTAtt. DEALKnSIN ' . MASSILLON, Tougliiosaony, OHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE ' Oflico, Kant Third St., npjoslte Xonia Depot, DAYTON. OUIO. declS-dtf , I. DAVIS HUO ,v,, . KKALKIU IN-T . ,. t COAL AND WOOD 1 FlrTH 8TKURT, At the itailroMtl Croln. nonr the Canal Are suptr.yinff ooiiKuiuera wiin tne BEST OOALl That cau be had, for houeas4 steura purMMfli CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!, , be best quality of WOOD, long, ttawed or split, always baod. CALL & KXAMlNEOtm riticEs Wood Land For Salei Fc 4 1 OR SALK TEX ACRES OF "WOOD LAND, an tlia KaUm JMke. Mix Hiiletitroia Dayton tliluil. .,,11. iv.lilt'lirt III It. liKEimcll, ' fubU8-tul.tw (ireiTi.UHllt. Auctioneers. CHBISTOPHEB &6PIELMAN " '313'TinKD' STltKlCT, "4' DAT0.t, O. , , J. VRK FKKPAKKD 'IX) SERVE A AUCTION KKKM iu country and city, or will veil iiwwa. au cousitfuHient. . , .1. IT. CM RLSTOPHKU and '' DAVID CLARK, fehai-wff Amtloneers THE CLASS ROOMS , OK TI1K Western Conservatory of Music, ,-VrE NOW OPEN AND PENMAN ili loualod at No. 05, St. CLAIIl STREET. Inntrnctlon given In ' All Branches of Muaic, i'riyate, and Iji Cluw. . lu)17-dly JOHN UN DHL, fare Unlit Water vs. Impure mmi waier. ... . ; 1JEST Jtt HOOLAN1, TTAVINO omaiaed a NF.W AND TMPIIOVKD . riiii iiiiirii mur.-n Tf. letto, and Is su perior to tile line sold liy Mr. Ilel in the hint Tear and iiavlnir ooinmenoed niaiilil'ai'tiirloir Otm tliey will iH'pri pui'ntl to luruinh rltlteut In DayUiu .uu an uuitir piai--5 wueia pemou. Wi.li Ut Ua them. Itisa-. ', , FILTER AND CQQIEK COMBINED ! And proaouneed by all who have it tod thcut to be To any rilUtr vwmr oAnvrl to tho pnhllo. Perno at a distance, wiMiinir tiorlerany nuintm, Willi teudayvul this dttJt will h tnmtfitly tfiippUed addritM i4li'M't Jk tiHiAn if. - tftlttdawloi ,j Ikut 0, Uaytoo, Obt. r HE j yr n n r VOL III DAYTON O. TIIUHSDAYfJUlVE 2lv 18GG. .i . i f ' I- i ' ' ' ' i -rl I ..i t- ,i ' ".: ..t..'l . I 'nr;i l I i: . .. . Cincinnati Cards. CHARLES C. DOHERTY I CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBKRS OF MILLINERY GOODS, BONNETS, RIRBONS AND SILKS, l7 Roee Htreet, Corner of Union, ftotwecii Pearl and Third, sjeslnwts", ,1 , CINCINKATI, WHO. M f HA RLE! S H 0 F E R. WHOLESALE DKAl.KR IN Bourbon and Bye Whisky, No. 248 Walnut Street, derlawtf , CINCINNATI, OHI . - m I t.. 1 I -- MONUMENTAL t)YHTKIt CO., WILLIAM TAYLOR, BALTIMOKK. NR., Fresh Can and Keg Oysters RKCKIVKD DAILY BYKX1-RKSS. ' AtnOsCove ftn.t Spined yterii, rlinti, Lobiltft, I'icklf!)!, Hiir, ami .lulhut,, , , . j Kfirriffii KvulU, S. K. Corner Filth and Vine Streets, riwtawtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. M. THOMPSON UMBRELLA, PARASOL AND WalMttQ Can' Manitfnclvry,; 1 1 KT Mitln lit, hffc Fanrtb aliit Plfthv CNCINXATT, - - ' OUto. Repairing Promptly Attended to. dctclS (Uaw-lyw AbAM' CEIS, MattraNM and 13edding MANUFACTURER, NO. 65 FIFTH ST- BET., WALNUT AND VINB, fliirlnnatl. Ohio. SUPERIOR O8O0S WILL BE FURNISHED TO OKUKH AT MO!EBATE PKICK9, ""City and Country Trade. nei-wuy. MERCHANTS' i HOTEL ! (FORMERLY DRNNI80N HOCSK,) Fifth at., Xear Main, Cincinnati, O., QALLEHER, NELSON ft Co.J 1 ' rnuFHiErom, rtt hriH. h. hetn Ihorouiihly repaired, rnorsted, nn.l ni-wly iurniihMl) je2.ily. NATIONAL SALOON, NO. 170 WKST SIXTH STItKHT, Choice Liquors, Wined & Cigars, ALWAYS OX HAND. Sir, Hplentlid Milliard Tables FOUR SPLF.NDID TEN PIN ALLEYS. P. KLlMB.Silpt.l ,: J. I OUNKRIi. Prin. ' . .iHn'fl-'im Real Estate Agents. STEPHENS HUBER 6t CO. It KAI. KKTIATK A (IK NTH. f. U7Bht 0 'I'Mrd r. J ' DAYTON, OHIO. "Will attend to the selling and buying ol real enlaU), loan money on bond and morttruire. make iwlleriinns, itti'... elo. All huttineNS entruttU'd to them will lie 1'uiUll'lilly attendutl to. LENTZ & APPLECATE. IlKAIi HHTATM AOKNTH outre 333 Third Nlraei Narth aisl DAYTON OHIO. Groceries. TE j TAMELY QROCERY ! JUST THE PLACE TO DEAL I JAMK8 M'INTIltE, IT AS aliened nt tho New Place. No. 108 Main II street, Dayton, a large and plendld stock of STAPLE AND FANCY ' " Comprising In part Sugars, At Ismti HI 'Intlre'a Oranges, Lollue, i;ctts wiasery stare, lemons, 'I'vm'.t) No. I Iti Main hi., Kalsins, Spices, Uaytsa, Prunes, Pickles, Obi. Kigs, Sauces, Dates, . catMips. . x ' Nuts, Dried and Canned Fruits, .Miles, Ac. ALSO, Qiieennware, Glatmware, Htonmvare, Riirklnichiini aid Ynllow-warf, And everything in the line of Wooden & Willow-ware, His stock of FANCY SOAPS Is large and elegant. II e keens the larirct stock nf KIKI 1 1 N li T A K I.E fit thit aity-Jninr. Kodt, Heals, Hooka, Llnas, 40. J i ' ' i A I ' -; iri'f.'l of every iiuallty, from the finest to tha more com mini grailcs. a Iiikhis iieiiveren ritce,. AVitfIai;uHUimers cau leave their Market Bankets ai uin suire anu i.ni'y win lie ucuvereu a. viivir in. ideniHls KKKK. aDUdtf J. B. CILBERT A CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FORKIGff AX It V031FSTIC Groceries . and Liquors, NOS. 70 AND W .IKFFKRSON STRKET, OPPO. HITK M AltkKTIIUIIKK fo!4 I Greatest InVqnjtlon ojtM Age! i SELF-RAISING FLOUR J Advantages of Self-Raining Flour, L UK HAVING OF TIME WPRKPAU- INi.lt tor the oven, and the certainty ol' the re sults in any diimiu. ililff ivih' ol' temiMtrature not e Recti li it; while the lernientlns; procesa by yeaat m eaHiMitiully fienient ou Uo.iioratiire, and can uot l uittU with u'itB iu elilM very hut or vary C4I1 cliutaU'i), and with every lacllity mxupiMi peverni iaurn, unii i then, vtrji uncartaitt im .it rCrtllllll. The K pH 191 II r LOO B will be IVinnd itecidudly the ctit'iiucHt that ran le uted for houte iKrlil imriMtsei. HAVINU TIIIUTY I'KK UK NT. in tnittor and ugK hd making the moat superior oriwi, iiKn. iMMiry, caae, puadiiiK, umiipiiiiKH. hatter and frriddltf vakua, etc.. with much eoouuuiy at iimm and taw.bte. .. v - t - y iHicKttontA lor uiin, svKKHupMiiinffaje acs itge. rui si iu ; or uy mi uitrrei at T. R. C1LLIS' FLOUR STORE, F.nnth street, just east of Main, Dayton, Ohio, wnurv nu untfn suuuiu oe auuresseu. Deceiulnir J. dtf. ', VANDYNK & BRYANT, t UIAUIHUURIl, OHIO, Rk ESPECTKULLY AN NOUNCE TO the public that they bave purchased the old aland of lonn u. Jtaunmau, anil are prepareil to Uo al kinds of work In their lhtc as hlacAiimltniiig. Par ticaiar auontion sjivaa Ul aoi-ae-.ilueiiiii. piowaol aii kimls, wagons and carriages made and rt paired. 'Phey will warrant all their work. Jaul-wtf VANIJVKK A 1IRYANT. Dray tickets, o. Maatt a rluted at lt t'MPIIlaJ . .In. ... 'i.i tT f taaa Groceries. Hotels and Saloons. N EW H ALL H O US E. Cor. Main and Michigan 6td.,' " MILWAt'KKK, WISOONBIN. 'IIIK pnuriottrt titkft ph-asure tn minnnnrinK J. tlnit tli vt'iy vxp t)ilvi Hud iiniHrLmit iiu pi'Art'inrntM whkrn have lMtn KViiiK h in id is FIRST CLASS HOTEL, T?&xxrlxa,llt Hotxao, I furnished with every convnalonce ami luxury known to hotel kipinfi In America, and afford an flofrant homp tt uny truvflt'itt or others who mav favor it wltti their pairDrtfitfi1. Omn.ritiM)i mil from all tralitt ami I to the NKWflAM,. mltilitni W. . JOHNSON A Co., I'roit'g. p h iLLi p sTii 61; s e , DATTON, OHIO. T. , , . i . -r n ( HE ABOVE W K Ll. KKOVT !t HOCSR, Imvlng nnUvlianKeil biiad".-it anw tHm, awl undergoing; xUitiivu iilU'ratioim wnd iiniirovv- muntM lor ti),Miinnioilut.iont' thr truveling pnli lio. NopnInKWlIM apan-il to nmko the I'liilhi1' mf ' i.t , J. T. BAHKKR, rrop'r." PIICENIX, HOUSE i""t'1'1 "TiimD'nTRBFT;'' ' '' - DAYTON, OHIO. . A. SPANG, Agent. LllISHOTKt HAS HKCEVTT.Y BEKN opt'iittd, and is propHi-t'd Ut arconuiifHlHt4) kravulun .iht pnonc uiieraiiy in ine lcst (ttyle. FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL Formerly Lufayttu Jout,) I) A Y '1' O N . 1 1 1 t . iOIln A. KIIIRti. . . . Prearlsl.r. (ofii;viv'M Farmer and UnahaMe; UteonA This hotel has been thorough ly renovated, and rerurnlshwt. and will he tent as a 8 rat class hotel In all its department. Hoard l"Kj'V the meal, day or week, liootl stuhle ou the preinlfies. Omnibusses run to anil from the Depot. Groceries. Hotels and Saloons. For Sale. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ' FOR SALE." " '" 1'IIK UXDEMSIONED OKFF.lt fhu SALK to the public upon UUASI N ABLKTKKMS, the Inllt. Winn Heal Rotate situate In Miintirmiierv County, HLale of Ohio: ' BANDOLPH TOWNSHIP.' The fln farm of .Tosenh M. Turner, sltiiateln the almre township, aoataininsjotie kuudreil ami sixlv (HW) acrus of laud, ol whii h forty. lire are i lcarod 'l'iiis farm haH . . A Xino Hoane, A Hew' Barn, Young The fences in aood order, the tlmher all c ticlaneil and good water. The road from HA I. KM to tits l)OV INC.TON PIKK runs along Its northern boun dary. Jt is morn iiartirului-lr tlanirilted aa Aillnu-.. The north-east quarter ol section !I8, township ft, range 6 east. ALSfY, the following Real IMnte situate In .. CLAY TOWNsniP. Iteinir tl property off Joaetdt M. A William Tnr. nar. contuinliifrone hundred and se rent v -two acres and U-1IW (111 Itl-lllO) of an acre. This farm has 69 acres of cleared land: A Good Larye Barn; A Good J Tonne) j ine ftrauira, ana irater; And Is well improved. It lies south of WKKT ItAJ.TIMOitK. anil i w ttnna mile ,f t in HAY. TON and C.NJD.N ItAll.KOAIl. A I.HO, the following house and lot sluiule in the CITY OF DAYTOX. ' Lot S.8011 beinar the valuable imiirorenieets on the nort-east iwrenr of Kilanr lone and MoLaln Btreet. Tills house has seveu larne rooms aaii live small ones ; a large stable, and iileuty of gi-ound attached to It. .JOMKPH M TI'BNF.lt, WILLIAM TCJUshK. aprd -iwilAwtf PATENT CLOG PREVENTIVE. IlE INVENTOILS. W. J. M. HATCH F.I.HKIt and C. I.KIIIKK, ohlainetl a Patent lor this invention on the lath dav of March, llKt. Inventive genius has added a new triumph tn tna viia. iiuiuimt in viiiiiauie impnivemelils in ag rirultural implements, and nin e more tlie Farmer has occasion U ruuder thanks to the uohlo-hcarUnl meciiantca who nave done an inlirh of httc vears u render the laliore of the liusbajtilniMii liwt. liiuivimni ami repulsive. All farmurs havu beeu greatly an. iiwcii uy liiu cniiKiiiK oi iiieir plow Willi stllbule. clover, weeds, stalks, An., and nave felt that a de vice by which the plowing could lie done without the necessity of stopping the team every rod or two. ank kicking awav tha r.lmkiiiir uiait-lul grwould be of great advautuge. THIS HAS BKKN MOST PRKKHCTLT ACCOMP LISHED BY A VF.IIY HIMPIJt DEVICE, Which nan be readily attached to aay plow, and y the use or w hich the aixiuiuiilatiug malarial is -eadily removed by a lever atuclied to the iilow 'auillu. It is a uriu-Aics.1 iviuisii.u .mi r i.. uiived with the greatest fasot, aiul will sell read ily every-where. : , I'crsons iiesinus: to purcnase ternuiry, will please address Ji Alt IHvLDtK A LKIBK.R, , marjo-iuuiaw .,.) . ,.- DAYTua, Omtt. PODOOOOUEII The Great Foot Lotion, IS a new and Chemical compound I A curious and wonderful discovery I An absolute li..iwl- oriserl And the First and only liuiucdy of the kind In the world. It absol utely (U-stroys tha offenslva odors arising from diseased feet, at one and fur all time. Jt utoiiitius bukdoas asst atop pentulmtieav - v It laisblle" lemessiv,, iiersiaraliou iindat tlManns, removes offensivu oilors altogether, and saves the Hue dresses ol the lailies. A few drotia applied umler the arms, after wash ing, are snltlcjeut to deodoriaa the most offensive person. Will Trior BI.At 'at, la-lng a I'OWEKFUL ASTKINUKN I' and KtDATlVK , It la odo uf tha beat remodlet now known for ' Soft thorns, . Wartt, Bunions, t Bruises, ' 'Sprains, t.uaus, tiaus, Chilblains, r ' Iiitlawiuatury swellings, Fleers, Ac, In man or animals. Physicians everywhere rec ommend It. H. SI LH HICK A CO., i Sole Proprietors and Mannfai'turers. Cin'ti, O. Wholesale Agent : W.W. HTKWAKT, Wholesale Deulur in Drugs, Medicines, Paiutt Oils, Ac.,tH Main St., Daytou, O. Ju5ilaM6iu KEW STORE All) KV UH)IS. HEXItY JU I LLEK ft CO., QIO .Tlilrd street WOULD heg reave to Inlorin their friends and tlif publlo in general, that they have lust opened a Urst-class Merchant Tailoring as. tablishmentat No Slf) Tlilrd street, whore they will to always roasly to re.ive orders to make garsuwuts in the latest stvloa. Their goods are of the 'latest Faabiou and sty le, and were only purchased a few days since, at 7 lowest prieaa. , ' " Asii'u assortineut if VUsdv-aiaile tllothinr I cheap" tUUI uirl'r,'',' MKt wilt he aul.i ver A general assortment of Cents' Purnl.hlnsr bonds always ou hand, tientleweu will do well to examine our suaa before iiuii linsiiig elaewhera. niimlHui IIKNKY MILlYr ft CO. c. W. LOWE & SON. Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufactory, NO. raTafBOTI.jKKf ?iCM)AYTON, OHIO rAlMK-' Traveling: Truaki, i i ellnv Trunka, ValiMa and Bimnet tioiiea, t-tc , of butter n jenlleinen'a Trv- rmvHlinsi II UlHIHtflA.-.LlLrH ami WwirMHiasi.an Urv cad laf -i.amii.iM-j rjTTinMii or triaowiicru. Work warranted, " ; 0111111117 111 .if. . :l J .1 LANKS im all kinds, aviated with neatness ansl prompt .,!'' TUB KMPIItal' ' 1 . 1 u . , 1 staaas JakKtwaia. 'I 1 1 1 l , '", iaNTo. QQO trialrci stxroot, ' "' " ' " ' ' ";' ; ' A niagiilllrciit utook Of ' r I STAPLE AND FANCY DRY G OODS, , ;U1C11 DRESS I.OPlrH, of every dcNcrlpUon, Dress Silks, . i ' Organdie Lawns, ; Plain and Figured Percales, White Goods, S Ik and Wool Shawls, ' ' ; Silk Saques, A Pull Line of Hosiery and 7'' ". V" ! v.'." .' "KM Olbveaatl W CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS AID PRICES NISHVITZ, BRECKER& CO., ,' i , Succf r tV OeorKW A. Dlxrtn, ' ' " i , r NO. B2BTHIRD UTRBET. miodir Gloves, Groceries. Hotels and Saloons. For Sale. Sewing Machines. TII33 200,000th ... , i .... i .li.,. . ).- . H d l . 1 i i WHEELER 'r A.narx " WILSON IMG 1 MACHINE ' "i"iri : : ',: .li n i. . . lil NOW ..'I . ' i ' ON EXHIBITION ! i,i i . i., ' ..1 r . '.. -AT- ; , . Tlio'.Groat INTERNATIONAL FAIR BERLIN, PRUSSIA. To have iiiado and sold so irf nt iiiniltcr of MitcliliifS in an ?vitl'ii'r or tlie marvcloiiN anil iinivcrsutl Itopnlfirity of the Wheeler it Wilson Machine, and everywhere through out the habitable globe, where fab rics) are Hewn into liunian apparel, it lias maintained its reputation through eight years of bitter com petition at the I-ieadinp; Family Sewing Machine of the World. The fuet that this popularity LASTS, proof that it Is merited. CALL AND SEE THEM AT NO. 314 EAST THIRD STREET, Dayton, Olxlo. SUMNER & CO. in5wtf Boots and Shoes. .-.'SAMUEL WEILL, Manufacturer and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES NO. 75 JEFFERSON HTBEET. DAYTON, OHIO, KeEPM CONSTANTLY ON HAND full assortment of Hoota and HhiMs, of the best quality, fur men. womnn and children. CUSTOM-WORK MADE TO ORDER, In the best stvlce. This la the cheapest and tha best plai- In Dayton to buy. Those who call will nnd that this is uo huaabug. Country people Invited to call. . deau warn NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. H. P. BMRXCjJC, Has just received, and is now opening at bia Htore-room, '- 104 Main , Street Dayton, Ohio, Aneatiranew stuck of fashionable BOOTH and SHOliS bought of tlia manufacturers al Greatly Seduced Prices! " vVhlch b will toll , AS LOW OR I.OWKR THAN CAN" ItR BOUGHT IN THE W EST. Iteingt PRACTICAL WORKMAN, of great ex perteurc, aud having stuct-ted Ins stock Willi Slie i i si referi'm e to lll'K A III I.ITV . he feels satli-ncd mat nis stork will give ti r:N r.K A I. HAl'Iftt AC TiuS. lie kaa also a very Hue stock of HATS and. CAPS, Of the latest and most desirable tlvles. Hluvlle all who wish tounsitVa gu4 Boots, Shoes. Hats and Caps, To give bint a rail. II also manufaetursn. kinds of I.ADIKS, Gk.VlH and CHI I. UK UN'S wear. . , aprll.lmi 1 NSURANCK POLICIES A IILANKS Noatly priatedattha KMI'IHK 5 i..,ii t . 1 1 taasu Jab Hoamt Boots and Shoes. Billiards. OF EH I 1KUSK RKSTAIRAM. ' ' " a-a at- ' " BILLIARD ' BOOMS, ' Manser malt ska f irst te Iti Oujrtoo, Ohio. . S AT ALL 1IOU11S And the tables will he furnished with every lux ury and di'lsracy of the season. The llilliui-d Tables are from the celebrated man ufactories or.lulea Ilalkeaiid lrunswli-k ft lira., Cincinnati. . i t i The bar is sninilictl with VI lues and I.hinors ol the choicest brands, laHh foreign and domestic. Oyators, BY TllK OAN.oiiO, .' 1 IN THE SHELL CAN ALWAYS BE HAD AT THIS UOUSE, DUIIINO THE SEASON. ALSO, GAME OF ALL KINDS. The pntronngo of tho public Is respectfully so liclted. deeU-tl rilMI. l.AfVI.F,, Prprletr. .. iUEAL Boots and Shoes. Billiards. Merchant Tailoring. a I A Heavy Reduction in Prices. llaihinq Offered 40 per cent lexs than any other Store. I) N OHDER TO HEDUCK MY LA HOE Block of Custom and Ready-Made Clothing I will offer ut a great lacriflco, my entire stock For Thirty Days Only, At Price to defy ooniitolition. J urn roullilcnt that I hhjill plcnse In HTVI.K, WORK M AN Ml It, antl pnrtii'iilHily in I'ltH K.S, all those who will lavur me with a rail. , BEJtEMBER THE PLACE. , : I M. WKKTHKIMEK, No. 119 Main St., Cor. of Market sis. mar ts-dftwtr New and Fashionable Spring and Summer Clothing. ROSE &STERN, Na. SOA Third Nlreit (One door Wistof Phomlx House,) AKK now ri'celvlnfr their otork at Spring and Ammr VUtthiny, etitbravli'ff all uie m-wtvit and most laliiouitlile Htvh't.. Tlu'ir ttrk lt ono ol' the litrpfCHt and bent in Iht city, and the sihmIb hnvc Itt-en iM'lccti'tl 4'Xir.'Mlv for tliit luatkut. Their fttsMorttnent coioiiKtM of ( oat. I'anU, Vt'iU, Hum mer nit ot'eluKuut tttyluuiid UiUrh,atitl a yunernl aNhurtiMriit of OentleHumH Furnishing iSoodn, Tn (JIJfiToMKH W01.PT tlirf vnn not he ox tM'lled. hnviiiK vnaHKiui aa euttur, Mr. Al'litINT 1,M)SK late in the c in ploy of I. Kloufer. He in well known to the rltiuinfinf laytnn a ane of the iMJftt lii hi. line. Tlie iuality rt' their woods is un rivalltNt, and their prires ti all he tmi-n as to give H I I.HA ilSKAiri lON tothetr cu-toiners. AkTCall and examine our assortment. Iiefnre pmi-hastiift' elttewhere. and von will flnd that we Mt.IX..hHM iXrWKU than those who lMimt ao uiiii-h ol low prices, and then sell hiKhcr than any bodyelHe. aplU-dtl FINKE, BEEBE & CO. Tk YOIT WISH TO BlfY CLOTIIINU AT WilOI.K8Al.IO OR HRTAII., goto i FINKE, BEEltF. & CO. T " - " ' IF YOU WISH TO UY :LOTI!S, Cassimers. Katfnelts, Jeans, Idnen and Cottonailes at W bolesale or ttetall. go to ,, F1NK10, UEEHE& CO. If YOU WISH TO BUY A nIcK 8U1T of Clothes at a rcasoaahle price, go 14 i FlAIKE.liKKliECO, ' If YOU WANT A SUIT MADE TO order, at a tiring price, go to FINKE. liUEHK & CO. Our motto !. to "live and let live". We em. pbiy none but tha t BEST OF WORKME , And Invfta our frlvnds and the public generally to Give im a, Call. i' KINKK, IlKr rtK A CO, asaril-lmd i No.al Mala timet, Daytoa.O. Miscellaneous. all yeliow-Citi?ens: T CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE fact that I ara now pnrpareil, and will attend. To the Building of Cisterns, And will do all kinds of CKMKNTINif, during the ttuaiiaer season. 1 have pmvi,t4-il lus. elf Willi two aeto vf baads la Ulia businesa, and will 1st amply prepared . i To Build Sink to Order, ' tfavlnghnd tWenrv-one years ls:TifTHenre In Iht kImmm, liiisintsts. AtCisteru Hulldltir I dtdv eoiial (xMapetitiou. aad warrant that, uiy work shall eiual la uuraituiiy, ana .1 Uiecity.. Miters of every eiual la durability, and .iiis'i iur 111 liiii.li biany iu y Sinn pin into I'lMcm. IIKSJAUIN HT. ... 1 No IU1 and 1IM Jegenest atrvet, liayUia, O. wariU-liuilAw . - Who Wants Bargains. ISIaIITIN II () M II K ROKH, REAL k.HTA'1'fc AliKNT, DA V niN. OHIO, has for sale, 'i'weaty iliwisas aad Lota raagiug 4ruui g-'ssl to AImi six farms thnt In Tiarke, taa Id Voat, aotuery and one in Van Wert County. ' 'Ilia nedevetirned eaa alwava ba foaad at tha Ohio h,.uru otltca. wueaiuut uut vm busiueas. or at the 1 I mU OAite CAirncr, Huvs and aclls proiierty. apru-tf Terms lllssral X AOS .-shipper. aad Mw baMsTAiiSprtatedtaardar.as iAmI aotice, at ,ii m r. m 1 1 1, r. ataaaa J ah Uoaatl I. .1 , . , ; . ,, AOVKHTISINOKATKH. 'i 1 !-i r: tn irAiM.'Y. MK One siruarn el t hty wonts totld;ona insertlat t 7t line miiara, three oavs.. .. 1 IM tSne sifuare, one w OCX Ml fi 01 Hi A , U Il l ihm, siiunra, ane montn One siiiare, three mouths One simare, six months 1 N W K11K 1. Y One crftinrfi (clhly wont one week. 91 o. itt aoiiarn, earn weea in ami ton , 0 Per ait " yer,.HsM,HMkM,s,s.M..tMH JT" 0 BwrkHT'Terin fr advert iMnient(H'cnpylnv irrp;itci pH ot or ffr Vtiitrr iinrtod than nliura Rprihed. maoe Known at uie ionntlnK-HMMP I ad.cr tiMiMnenu are rharired nt (lie alnne rt.tt h, nnlem a writU'ii atfreetmnii h mmle pifvioiin U insertion. THE Ml LY; EMPI 11 1-. H. ROBINSONr rUBtJHHfili ANi VnoriUKTOK. DRESSING FOR CHURCH. Hub anybody henrd the Im'II? You liuvrV dear me. 1 know qtillo well I 'II never die In Unit For ml'rev'ri -talte. i-me help me, Luce; I'll make my t-iilel very aprirno-- This allk quite sublime. , . IT ere. lar thl fraMeY for medoi 11 "A hole!" yon nay? plnfrue t;iko (be abot. Pleiwte, l.iiee, try and hide M -j- ( , .last think, it's Huuday,. and, my aoiil, '.' 1 niu not wear It with k bole) , , Tho men wHl an ret y n)' it. ' ' They're always pfeptng at our feet, ('rluV, U le Mire, lliey net-dn't pee)i, ' ' The way We htdd oiif drewse!) I'll disappoint then, though, t4Hilay, ' And eniMh yodratitlV' sra did veu tutyt Jou 'J. laugh (it ui di-itft sri a t Now, Knee, prav (Vet inv wartrTHH, 'V INm't you think It tarVr ain't it t-nt mini If Wttaa butliar Uiasv Uhukh (jive I Mv ratHtiid mice, dt lliey pet sinnnht? 1'leaHe hurry, l-ucK k-naw I'm Inie Tlicre i-WiiUtjl" tu I lire. llow splendidly tha silk will rustle t (Please hand mV reH'-adjirtiii(( tniotlw," My eomet and my houp,) There, now, I'll take Ave skirL nrnlx Iht hurry. I.tteu, and help me tlx. , . . ,t . Vou know 1 oau uol rttoup I (i ''How can I fay my prayont to-day V" , Ah if girl went to church to nrtiv I " How ran yon Itaao ftAilUltV ' m Here, thiuiii this ribbon in cologne; "What for?" to paint, yon silly one f . Wow, . Luce, don't l mulish, i Now, then, my ht--howr he abhor Tint thing If blgaa all outdoors ri to irigntiui suffarsciMiui Tnivak Heaven, mv eloak I hanlsoniB, too; 1'hiH friirl'iiul sugar rU'oopI It cost enough to ho. I k now (truiKlitcn this horrid hoop ) Mv hantlkerchlef and gloves you'll flml Just iu the drawer. I.uce, an? yon blind? (hoes my ilressji-uii'0 , , ( It's all tho fuihion, uou-7,vou know; ' Pray docs the paint ami imuilcr sltow , 1 Through my loose veily , 1 Thank roil, my dear. I believe Pin dressed, . The saints be praised I the dav of rent Comes itnlv once III seven; Per if. en all the other six. This trouble I should have, to fix, I'll never get 1st Heaven I Studying Polities Under Difficulties. An old fiiriner In tltfi Interior of Ohio wrltos to tlie t'lnclnimtl ComntfTfnt (C011- wrv. Rop.) nmonjr otlier reftditlile nmttorn. the fullowliifr, which too goorl to be liwt, and too true to be forgotten : Ono tin v. gome time niro, John hud hem to the gtation for me nnd liiouirlit laonir a pitper that was tilled with a lrreiit nmiiy siioei'liCB. that I mil been innde nliotit n bill ttinttiiir I'lTKident hiid aeen tit to ilisap pmvo of. Well, 1 tKik tho paier to my corner, and ulthoiiuh It waa all in very Kiiiall print and tried my eyes very intich, I read it every bit. My good wife got tired of long "borutloiiH," its alio termed them, antl etiid 1 would do well to lie reading inv ISihle more, and such produetioitH less. ' ife," said I, "the kingdom of heaven isn'tln any piirtleiilnr danger Just now. lint my country la." A It er that she suid noth ing more aliout it to me. II11L the more I rind In that paper the more bothered I beeame. I read u long speech by Mr. Henry Beeeher, who seems to know ao inueh aUint everything but divinity, and I liked it beeause lie support ed our President, and our President, 1 thought, must he in it very trying position now-a-duy. then! was iiiwet ny ivir. 1 liilllps, who went into Air. li. like 1 have seen little boys altai k hornets' nests in the winter time. If such men dill'er." said I, "who will de cider"' 1 had ulwjtyg before tliotiirbt these two would agree thaugh. the earth split. Then 1 tiii'tieil over the leaf wrong and eoinmeiieed on the laller part of somebody else's speech. I liked It so miieli that 1 read on anil on until I finished iu 'surely,'. said I to uiyscll, "surely we have gut out? good unci h ue man iu the land." The tone of tlie sioceh reminded me of tile good old fashioned "farewell address" of (ieneral Washington, and'l tliauked liod mid took eoiiragu. Then I hunted up the beginning of the sjieeeh. and could not la-lleve my eyes when I saw Alex. II. Stephens' name to it. 1 thought it must he DiaddetiH Slovens, as he was "l uioii," though the composition was very much unlike the style of the gentle man from Pennsylvania. "Wife," aaid 1. "look here : mv glasses are a little dim ;js that Alex. II. r'1 "Alex. II." said she. "Not Thaildeus." said I. ' "NotThuddeiiH." Ktild she. . i ' "la the lust name spell, with a 'v' or with a'ph?" ; "I'll," xaitl she, "and w hat you reading relnd SU'eehes for, I'll like to know. He's the Slice President of UleConlWIeraey, and ought to lie hanging to a sour apple tree, instead of being lia.se ami making Dura tions." - . My wife Is a little nebulous about names ami titles, but i a thorough going I nion woman, and hates rebels w ith a perfia t ha tred. She wits chairman of an aid tua'iely during the war, and many a time I've waked up in the night anil fuHiitl her still sluing by thodring lire, kiiiltingsie'ks for the poor aoldiera w ho were "a. lying out on the cold ground w ith nothing hut their kuaHteatts nnd pontoons to eover theni." . Then I ton nil that the norh wasadtlreaa ed to the tieofgla l.eguilutura, nnd 1 knew that "Thad." would never take the trouble to tell erring Msiple how to go right, though he Is great on abusing them when they go wrong. MlScKllKNATION IN WISCONSIN. Lust Frlthty the usual ipiietness of our Main street was atiilileuly disturbed bv tha ar rival of two colored gentleutau trout Luke Mills, with a w liitu ouian hanging ou the arm of each. One couple was married, and aeeonipanied the oilier lor the purpose of being present at their bridal. Judging lroui tlie aniM'aranoe of the uiiinarried eouple, as they iiuuvlicd up Uirough the the streets, we should tliink, nn thlsoe easlnn at least, true love really ran smooth. They at once proeeeded to the Justice's of- tti e ioIIomsimi oy a crewu anxious u wn Dis the oeretiKWiy, at which the woinan atvnied aurpristal, atnt iinuirrtl the reason of it saying lltut when she married her lirst huauaud there were aid. ao inuuy prtxent. utilru I'Ueasse giive t belli a lew w ords ol advieet aatl dvtJiurd the Isooor of tviug the knot, w Im.1i tlte wiaiian ttivlitrsnl siiu wuiilil tot marry tt while man il'ahe luul to travel a thousand miles, at the same time tupping theelH.ny cheek ol' iiwr betrotlusl, and he approvingly uncovered his Ivories, After several . iruitleas attempls to procure the service of aouie proar luUlvliltial. tiny left, saving aoiuelhing about this being a eopperlteadtowiv HuferfoteaifruKiiau. KV:kp Movivh ! Dr. T. W. Moll, an eminent physician, uf Ixiulavllle, makes these observations In regard to chol era: 'The cause of this disease acta alone at night and iiui sleeping anuiiia. No amoiiulof exaisure In the worst localities of tho distemper, imperils the wakeful, moving Individual, i have seen hundreds of Instance of tliit fact w ithout one aber ration from the statement of tlie p nil ass i tloii. 1 1 have wvaelf ut tuatiy night In these localities during tlie ravage of the epidemic, and never felt that I was in any isnril while I kept awake, aud the best ae curity for that U to keep la motion."