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niE DAILY EMPIRE.
e'er wnok, (pTli' Ml ArrlerS) . ( III Uf mail, per annum In admitc T AO WRKKLY KMP1IIR. One copy, per annnm... a. On g-)"r Che KMI'IKK clruulalc free of postage fu Montgomery county. 1-aymciit lu advance In all JOB PRIITTINO. f every description, executed mi --team rrwM. the test style, and at roaMtaahle prices, i EMPIRE BUILDING, HO. 110, MAIH ST" Professional Cards. J. J. BELVILLE, Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC. rrioEi nen Jailer.. Opposite the Postomce, nvklaw.m DAYTON, OHIO. ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorneys and Connielort at Law, Uwraaaa,1' BalMIng, Third stret. fclS dwtf IIAYTON, OHIO. E. THOMPSON, -Attorned and JSTotarv DAYTON, OHIO. Will attevd"to am, business entrusted to hi in with dlllgonro, promptness, and care. Ofllre on Thlnl stroet, over la.-lssmdmrgcr's Cloth, n K HUira. novlKMwly c. l. valXandichamT " Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. WILL PRAOTICH IN THE BEVKEAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Oftloa Woriaon's new building. opposite Post OMoe. uiUf FRANCIS C. BICELOW, Attornoy- at Law DAY PON, OHIO. OffKR In Wurman's new building, niipnsit die 1'iMt onlce. Jnltf WILLlAllrCONOVER, 7 Ufaiitrate of Madiaon Township, WlLL ATTEND TO DRAWING" AND acknowledging Heeds, and thcoolkvtlon of claims, lo is also prop:iro.l to attend to the drawing of jintmmchte of writing, correctly, at short nolle. mS-dwly UKOIIOK W. HOl'K. JOHN A. M'MABON. HOUK & McMAHON, Attorneys at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. OiMrw No. 3SS Third Btroot, Kaetof Main. nova-Sin Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. DR. E. JENNINCS, Late Post Hargoou C'uinp Dcnnlson, offers his ser. vice, as PHYSICIAN AND 8UUOHON to the eitiseiM f Oayton and viuinlty ''ICK -No. ST l.nill.ir at., between 8d and 4 tli. Where ha way be fouivl at all honra. Itureraneee Dra. J. O. ltuere,J. Iari.. .1 W. Hixtrich. sop!-dtf "dr. j. h. rottTey,-" TI1K CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WILL IIMAL TIIH MOK WTTIIOUT tlEDWlXK, FOR TH'O MONTH $ At omm1wui House, biriperly nwaynle House, DAYTON, OHIO, Office hours from S to 19 A. M., and from to P. U. The poor will be liberally considered. ,lerlflt Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Bell Hanger. K. II Hit Locksmith and Bell Hanger t. IO THIHL' STHKIT (Over Htout's Iron Store.) ' DAYTON. OHIO. Models for Patents made en short notice, Sewing If ai'hines repaired, and all kimUul' work, done in ism snu Muiuwwry iiuniwr. A KKY8 rfTTKO AND KKI'AlllKO, Looks pick oil, If rouuirod. Katlsfnctlon giren. JaiilO-dtf Notions. JOHN O.CAIN. D.K.BOYKR. GAIN & BOYER, WHOLKSALa DIAl.lt HA IN foreign and Domestic Notions, HOSIERY, QIjOVKS, AND JPATSTOY GOODS Kae, h SUI, liatt kscsad at., DAYTON, OHIO. Auctioneers. iCHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN ai TII1K1 8TUEKT, UAYTON. O. JRK PRKPABKD TO 8 K it V E A8 atlXTIONKKRS In onuntry and city, or will sell tooii on eoumguinuui. i. K.l'IIIUSTOPHEItand 1AVII CI.AKK. rtiW-wtf Auctioneer., Merchant Tailoring. New and Fashionable Spring and Summer Clothing ROSE & STERN, 11 ! SOft Third Mtreer, (Udo door West of 1'bomtx IIoiim,) A KB now rocalvinc thotr sUx-k of Spring and anil mutt itahiiiuublu at vies, Tliuir uttsk in one of the IttrtiMi unit btwt intttu cfty, Hiul tlie ttHdi hav been atfltMtod oniironalv for thin inurkta. Tliai ausortiaat 4MliHlitfl of COAttJ. J'nts. VokU. Hum wUtsortmuut oi Gentlemen9 Famishing Good In CUSTOMER WOKK ther can not be rr 0lloi1. buvinx unirftRtMl n cnttor, Mr. AU(,U8J I.OOKK lnU) In thu tunnlov of I hloiiler. Ho li well known to the ritisonitnf Dayton tui ono of the bunt In bis lino Thu quality of their yooiU is un rivitlltMl and thnlr irit nhull ihj siifh as to give ft. IX MATISVA.4JTION to Llieir euftomerM. BtCtiU ami ex tun .no our aHftortnumt, before nuruuaiut( b)whor, aud you will And that we i rihXL .. lrH lWKRthan thosu who iMNvnt M Hiuott or low prions, aatl thn sd atKher thitn an $25. Bartlett Sewiiiff Machine. $25, TII'KNSKI) under IxiteoUof Howe, H'hoxlrr A A tVllu.. I....... A ILL ... I - k 1 - and the only cheap u.Jilii. In (he Uuiuwl HUM kjt.ingthe right to u.e theWheelera WiUoaor ...a. motion liuder-reeil. We want Aifouu to .ell them. Will pay tM) to law per month, or allow largoCoiiimlliinii. Will sena atatnines, to 09 psiu mr whea wild. Kor Cir ouiar. ivriu. r.t .nniimt, n turn 11 uml aililrens At either of our OMnes, i'hitadulphiu, I'a., l'oltxlo. "Sews witkdoaldaor single tliraurt.".feii4C ipno,.. 1. 1 . 1 1 III M 1 l Who wants Bargains. ' lf ARTTN BOMHKRGKU. REA 'ftHTATH AUKNT li A Ti)H. OH Mi. has for ink. Twenty Uihuvs Had ImU rangief from $AU0 to Abo sfs farms--throe In Parke, two la aiont ia?otarr. and ouu in Vau Wort iyountv. The Mndorsi(mi can always he found at the nio inauranoo innno, wnua uoi otis on uusiaess, tor a mi rua imie eomer. Bays awl Mils LroMirt, Torms liberal aurlft-tr "RAY TIOKRTfl. Ao. Haatl printed at the KMI'IKK MUaiaiJolKKiwi VOL III DAYTON O. MONpAY, AUGUST G, 18GG. NO. 250. Cincinnati Cards. HARLE: C. DOHERTT t CO. IMPORTEho AtD JOBHKBS OV KULnrESY O00D8, B05I2T8, RIBBON AND BILKS, 7 Unoe Strasat, Cornor of, Union. BttiHi Pearl and Third traou, deo4dawtf CINCINNATI. OHIO. MON UMKNTAL OYSTEll CO., WILLIAM TAYLOR, ' HAI.TIMOUK Mil. Fresh Can and Keg Oysters RECKIVKD DAILY BY KXI'RKS. Alao.Covo nnrl Hpicnd llysU.rs, (linns, Ijobsters, I ic. los, nuuc.w, null ilcuies. . 13. Corner Filth and Vine Street, rtectlawtf CINCINNATI. OHIO. CHARLES HOFER. WmiLIIULI DRAI.KB IN Bourbon and Eye Whisky, No. 248 Walnut Street, dooidawtf CINCINNATI. OHIO. M. THOMPSON TJMBHTiTiTiA, PARASOL AND Walking Cane Manufactory, No. 1(17 Main St., Int. rosrth and fifth, CINCINNATI, - . - , OHIO. Repairing Promptly Attraded to. Iell tllaw-lyw ADAM CEIS. Mattraws anrl liedding MA HUl'AU i U ItiiX, no. 06 nrrH t. bkt., walnut and vink, Cincinnati. Olilo. SUPERIOR 80001 WILL BE FURNISHED TO OHORR AT MOOKKATK PKICES, FOB City and Country Trade. docadly. MERCHANTS' HOTEL I (roKMRRLY DKNNIRON IIOUSI,) 'tTt St., NMr Main, Cincinnati, O., GALLEHEE, NELSON & Co., PHVfHIETOBI rhlshou.i h.n hn.nthorouahly repaired, renorued, sntlaewly hiroiithed JeHilj. NATIONAL SALOON, NO. 170 WKST SIXTH 8TUEET, CINCINNATI. O. Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars; . ALWAYS ON HAND.. Six gplendld liilliard Tablet FOUR 8PLKNDID TKN PIN ALI.KT8. . P. Kline, Supt. J. V OlINKEb, prop. Cincinnati Cards. Real Estate Agents. STEPHENS HUBER & CO. It K A I . K KT A T rJ . A O K N 1 B. M7U Third Wt. DAYTON, OHIO. WlI.T, ATTEND TO TI1K SEIXINO and buying of real estate, loan money on liond and mortgiige, innkeoolltM'.tions.ete., etc All business entrusUid to them will be faithfully attended to. , ocJB-tf LENTZ tt APPLECATE. H K A 1. K H T A T K AGKNT8 waiee 33 Ttolr street Hon ana DAYTON OHIO. Groceries. THE FAMILY GROCERY 1 JUST THE PLACE TO DEAL I JAMES M'lNTIUK, iru afwmMl at the New IMai-e. no. ion nam II street, Dayton, a large and splendid stock of ITAPLE A1IO VAHCH axtoomxtims, Comprising In jiarl Mtigara, A JJsma niltjtlra'a oraage, lonee, SJass Strsrnrr .t.r. iwim,; Teas, IVo. I in fflalsi St., Hat.lns, Mpico., IS si y ton, Prunes, I'l.klct, Olila. Figs, Hainves, IliiUis, taUiips, Nuts, Dried ami Canned Fruits, Jellies, Ac. ALSO, Queennware, OUt tinware, Stoneuntri, Soeklatham aatl rwllow-wart, And every thing in the line of W6oden & Willow-ware. Tit. atwir nf r avi 'V ArtAl4 In Ijircfl and efeirant. liokeeiHthMHrirtt(t sUarkof KIHH1NU TACKI.K III tit IH i'liy slOIIH KIM1H, IWUii, iiiium, Jiuiva, oru. Children's Cab, Of every quality, from tho Dnest to the more com men grailr. All I.O.MIM lU'llVfllWI KF.R.. BwVl'ii.t.iiin'r ,'u leave their Market Baskets at lu. store and they will be delivered at their res iliences rasa. aaniti J. B. GILBERT & CO., WHOI.KHiI.lt DSiLKllB IN FOREWX AND DOMESTIC Groceries ' and Liquors, NOS. 7 AND IS .IKKriCllSON STIIF.KT, OI'PO. ni l H. si AUl r.1 luniea. lets Greatest Invention of th. Age. SELF-RAISING FLOUR! Advantage of Self-Hatting Flour rry L ITE SAVING OKTIMTC IN PREPAR ING it for the own, and tbo oortuiuty or the re suits iii auv climat. differt'Dcv of UnniMirasUire a uirootdiHT it: while the rirmenttng imMi l.y vuant ia essentially itenvndeut on Muii,ra4.ure. iu can not be lined with suction In either very hot or Tory mud cliiuate, and with every raiuilty ot'upii several hours, and Is thou very uncertain in iti ntaulLH. TMELF.HAINnj VliOtllC wlllbefound doi'ldadly the obeaotMit tliat enn be ui d for house- knui oariMMN's. BATinw miiiii iTit r.n i. in butter and egK". And maktuA' the mot surrlor broad, liKot paHtry, caae, puintinK, ounipiiiia-s, tr and crmuiu caaes, etc., wuu inucn ecou nf liiiui and troulne. I M root Ion a for using, ancoinpanyiiiReacn paok ago. ror sale in sacss or ny mo oar rot a. T, R. CILLIV FLOUR STORE, , Konrth strwt. Just el of alaln, It ay ton, Ohio,, wnere au oninrs suoum ue kkii-vwhni, lHioember S3. dtf, VANDYNE & BRYNT, MIAMDIBUUa, OHIO, IVKftPECTFXTLLY ANNOUNCKTO the public that they have purrhsheil the oldstandof John II. Kauffiuan. and are prepared to do all kinds of work iu their line as blaeksinithiiis;. 1'art tioular attention s;iven to horaeshoeintr. JMowsol all kinds, wavous and erriaicos maile and re paired, jwey wnt warrant ail thiirwork. ja-dt wLf YANlAHICA iiTAMT, Miscellaneous. O XX X o WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, THIS well-known anil popular rewirt, karlna lieea lately BnrelUMeil li y the uadvrsia-iied and thoroughly, , , Refitted and Re-ftiniished, la the licit styla, will be oa for the reception af guest, on the 20th OF. MAY, J HOG. The loeutloa at the itprlng., anil the mineral properties of she water., are a sure guarantee against all malarious or oantaglmis dlseaaee. Oatnlbusses wUI ran front all day train, en th C, C. A V. K. R. VaNsengers leaving Cincinnati by the six oYloek A. M.tniln will arriro at the Hprings at two e'clock I'. M , and by the nine o'clork train will arrir. at t au I'. M. A line COTILLON HAN 1) will he la sUoudaare thronghout the season. All letters, packages, etc., belonging to gue.ta. eonyeyod free of charge to and from the Springs. THE OK 1? I O 15 Will be under the servUlon of Major H. V. VI- FIKLD, lately of Adams Kxpress, and formerly of C, A. St. Louis It. H., and of C. If. ItH'I'INO, formerly of Unit House, loiitivllle, and lately of Unmet lloosa, Cincinnati. Guests visiting the Hprings can hare every as. snranne that the fare and aooommodatlnns will be equal if not superior lo uuy waterlng.plai'.e In the Uuited states. The usual trip tickets will be issued by the Tari. ous railroads leading from Cincinnati. All bag. gage transported free. ' TKRM-Four dollars ner'day Ibr transient guests, and the asual reduetloa for families re malning during the season. rostOOea aildress, Ixiwls' Center, Ohio. JOHN H. FERRY. l'HoraiKToit. JACKSON LANODON. JOSKI'll LANUHON J.LANCDON & DRO., VaBpracturer of FINIS CAKRtAOKS, 1UX:KAWAY. HUtHJIiCS, ill.TON8 H1U1ISU WAUUNIi, VOUK WAOONH, SLKIQIIS, A(J. LATESrSTYLE&FlNEST WQRKMANSHI W.W. rhlllips' old stand, Nos.M,18 A 16 1.4th St. u m n sua,, sstatu. Repairing Hone l'romptiy C Neatly ALSO, DEALERS IN HAttDW AUE, And events for Iiebobt. Bahman A Co's. Yirm and Ilurglar Proof Safes, and Heliooley's ItofrigeraWrs Run AjBKvr iieer , iMiitini. decttf TOM AIN8TRKKT, Buckeye Mutual Insurance Co. PIRH AND MARINE. Capital - - $200,000 Profit iliridM CbeA Ut th Slnck nnd rHv aXd- i n, per eM. UN. msmm pout pa I A. tfttMif prtmtums of ail partiriiMiting Voii oitt for Me yur lxnlt. Taken Marino Hazards of all kindi; Klre Risks on lluildiiig., Merehandfiie, Furniture, r assets in i-or aau better elans ut risks generally l)ir.ter,l Wm. Hart. P. (kamborila. AmasaHtoM. Jr.. W. T. Walker, f. W. 1'eltou, I,. II. Iluilnon, K. IVIloli. J. II. I haiulHirlln.U A. Unrdnur, A. W. KrcMii li, U. L. Wlllard. Office. Ovlatt's Exchange, foot Stinerior street. Clerelanil, Ohio. ii. if. iinnBOK, nee. wn. hart, President. t'spt. V. X. OAKDNKH. Marine InsiM-ctor. JyluUlm J AM Its n.KLI.Y, Ageulat Hiijlon. PTOHITUSJ2 EEPAIEED. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. EDWARD KERR TTOULD nESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of Ilavton and vlcinitv. that he has opened a shop ea Third atreat, next dour to Pen- net, No? a Co's. otvva More, where he will repair PUEHITUKK OP ALL KINDS, Promptly and at short Notice. Old ruraltiirellnaued And Varnished. Chairs II caineil and all kitHls uf Itepairiutr done. All or ders will be earvfully and promptly attended to. .tniA nnj svivirr.iNirr w hi r-nii nitn in mo wort at it.- i Ion wis wooraeleaiiiug aad varnish itir is niekil. jan M-ittt aiivt auij saitit. ATLANTA HOUSE, No. SO MARKET STREET, DAW 'i on. u. DOARDINQBY THR WEEK AND muals AT Al.u IIUUU.H. t holce Cigars and Laquurs at hue u.r, Lunth ldvery-day at lO o'clock. . JACOB WAUCONKR, aprt-Sm 1'roprleUir. SEW STOKE All) KY G00IW. IlKNItT MILLKU & CO.. 16 9Txx?c5L atroot iro(fM bog leave to Inform their friends and v v too uunlin ; tho Dublin la avoeral. tliat thev hiava lust vpniim. uitv-viftM unuiani 1 aiiormjf e tahlikhmeut at No. SKI Third street, u hure Lhe will bealwayi ready to revive orders to make garmenU iu the latest styles. j wi r jfottub) are oi .ne laufH r anion auu ntyie. and were only purchased a few days since, at r lUHUb. pricos. A niee arOHrrtmont of Kradr-made Cloth in i Anionic thu uoods offered, whirlt will bo tAuld vor ciioap. a Knerai assorimant or i.ents' rurni.hing' Oood. alwavs on hand, ticntleincu will do well u examine our stock before pur haitig eUowhere. ulsiiani lifcNKY Ml LI. Kit Jt CO. SOMETHING NEW. ImIORTANT TO FARMERS AND Manufacturers of Horghum nirup. Hometliing every laxly should have. A Patiht Ribht rns tiis MiNt rsnrpacor WiHg KaoH Tag Cuaaaa boaiiuL'U. The host nf Wina, worth from 50 to 3 per gallon, made at oust or lots Uiau twenty eenu per gallon. for information concerning Individual. Manu facturing or Township Uieiits. aditreo the pro prietor, JOHN T. SNKl'H. Miamisburg, Montgomery Co., O Kdltors of Papers wllhln the Ktate. by insenlng the almva la their neper Joi two mouths, will be entitled to an Individual Itlghl fur inamifitriuring aid Wlae. marsl-wtf A French Preparation for the Hair. As a Ores sing for the Hair It has no cxpiat. Ro. tores gray hair to lu natural rolor. and keeps the sra)p olean and healthy. Kvery bottle warrantod. Kor aale by Uay ton OruffftiaU. m4ttain iYT" WOOLEN FACT0BY, DCBINO the pst wintler, has been re-fltted with entire new smachinury, and is ej pre pMreel to eard and spin woM Into yarn, or manu fature wim1 Into Jwaaa, feat i nets. Flannels, blan ket, etc., by tha yard or on shares. Keep a good aMMtrLment of foods to Ki hange for wool. reraoutat A distaaoa aatt ship their wool by railroad, with diroetioas what they want It snads Into, or eaahautced for, and it will he promptly at tended to. If sailftfauUoii is not given, the goods ran lie returned and I will pay tho market prk forthewoolth.it waMaeut. VYIfXIiM Kisit, WltwSm No. la) JTiftb street, laytut,olilo. IrfMriBK BTKAM .TOIl l'ltlXTlKG OF rit K, Wo. Mala Atroot. lAAYTOX.PHlO, Hotels and Saloons. NEWHALL HOUSE, Cor. Main and Michigan Bts., Mll.WAUKKK, : W1HOON81N. rrH H itropriotors take pleasure In announcing X that the Ti'ry tHTinive and Important tin proTOBiosits wUirh have been Ruins; on tn Uiis FIRST CLASS HOTEL, Are now omnplrtpiV Tha T"0"WlXTVll HOUBO. I fumUhrd with oVrry oony'nleno and lnnnry known to hotul kottntiiBT in Amerita. and affords an fie j(r,nt home to any travelers or others who may tavor t wun sneir iiattvnaire. omnimnwn ma from all tritins ami Uats to tin N KW II A IX. miidHui w.h. joiiNfiuw t.x., rrop's. PHG3NI X II OU 8 E" THIltD 9TKKKT, DAYTON, OHIO. A. IANU. Agent. TlII8 I10TKI, HAH KKCENTLY II KEN oiMMieil, and Is prepared to aeeoiiiiiHNliiU) travelers ,ml the piiutio generally in the nest style. niW-dlm MONTGOMERY HOUSE KANT THIRD MTREETi HAYTON. . Captain E. E. Rotter, Proprietor. (I.nto of the WpsUuti House, Hpr ins; field, o.) Thoroughly fitted and irnnvnted thnniRhnutaud is uow one ot too oeMi jioieis in tins uuy. Bs3yOinnibutes run to and from all TraliiH.,g0?l mar v-u FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL (Formnrly LtitiU Anw,) 1 A YTO N , OH I O, JOHN A. NHIHK. - trfr..t. TlIIH IIOTKL IIAAIUCRN TlHUaOlKUI LY n'novaUI, and refnrnlNl.ed, and will Iki kept am a nrnt cIhhs hotid In hII its dopnrlmoiits. Hoard iny by the fneat, day or week, iiood stahle m tbr proniiM's. Ojj11nibusHesCr.11 to anil from the Iktp.d. nevH5-illm Billiards. HtJSJsrorinf& OPKIU HOUSE KKMAUItANT. billiakd' booms, Haiaivr Mai aiasl Hat ats., Dayton, Ohio. I'KICD. LANI.K. rrirletara MkaIjS AT AU. UOUKH Ami tlie tables will bo fnrnishoil with erery loi ury and delieaiy of the season. The Itllliai-d TablottarolYom the celebrated man ufactiirfes of Jules tlulkuaud llrtinswirk A llni., tiiieiniiMtl. The bar is snpullrd with Wines and l.rOiH.rs el na eroievuF oranus, uoin loruixn aim uoiiojsho. Oyster, HY THE CAN, ami IX .THE HIIEM. CAN ALWAYS BR HAD AT TI11H IIOUHIt, DUKINO TIIK 8KAHON. ALSO, GAME OF ALT. KINDS. The uatmnaire of the Dublin Is rosnortfullv so. lli'llcl. lIlT.H tl For Sale. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOB. SALE. 1 HE IINnERSIONET) OFFER FOR HAI.K to the pulilin upon HK AHON AKI.KTKKMH, the following lteal KsLate .ituate in Montgomery County, Ktate of Ohio: RANDOLPH TOWNSHir. The flnc farm of Joseph M. Timier. sitiiateln the alNive township, rontalningone hiiuimi,! and sixty (IM) acres of luud, of vt llich lorty-llvo are cleured Thi. farm has A New Honor, A New Ham, Young Orehtinl, Tlie fences la good order, the timber all enclosed anil good waler. The mail from HA I. KM to tho COVINOTON PIKKruns along its northern boun dary. It is more particularly ilewrilied a. follows: The north-east iiiarler of section t8, township rauge 6 east. A L.SO, tlie adlowing Ileal Estate situate in CLAY TOWNSHIP. Itelng the property nf Joseph M. William Tur ner, coiilHinliiKonehunilnM aadseventv-two aeres and IS KSI (ITS lll-liui ul' an ai-re. This farm has aeres of cleared land : A Uooil Large Ham; A Oootl llousrt lne Orchard, and Water; And Is well Improved. It lies south of W K.ST IIAl.TIMtlHK. and is wilhina mile o( the lAV TON ami UNION ItAlUltlAU. AI.Hl), the following house and lot situate In the CITY OF DAYTON. I,otS.H01i being the valuable improvement, on the nort-1'ast eoreer of Kllsiw I.ane and Mclin Htreet. This house has seven large rooms and Ave small one; a large stable, aad plenty of ground attached to it. KISRPII M TI IINKK, aprO-lwdAwtr W I I.I.I AM Tl' UN Kit. rODOGOaUE!! The Great Foot Lotion, IH a new and Chemteal eomimundl A curious and wonderful diseovorvl An ubsoluie IK.lm1 oriwrl And the First and only itemed) of the kind In the world. It nhwliiMv destroys the offensive odors arising friin disetiaeif lout, at euro and fir all time. It mo. ain o butdm's not stp erspi ration. It nil nIi Me uxr.eoi.ivo itcitpiration under the arms, renft.ve offnnsivo olurs altogether, and saves the lino dresses ol the ladies. A few droits applied under the arms, after wash ing. am sufm-ienl to deiiditrlre the nuwt oiTenKive permrn, H HIT Kor Jtl.ACK, leing a roVVtUKl'l. AHTKIN'OKN I" ami bUOATIVK. It is one of the best remedies uow knowa fur Bo ft Corns, Warts, It unions, Itruises, Kpralns, Chaps, tlalla, ChtlblatiiA. lnMaiwmator Hwelliiiga, 1'lM-rs, Ac. In man or animals, riiyslclans everywhere roc- oinnieun it. n. ni iiir.r, u Hide I'rotirietnrs and MrHinfai tuivi s. 'in'tt, O. H IhiIokuI Atrent: W. W. HT KVt ART. V holoftitle th-Hlcr la Onim, Medicines, Paints, oils, Ac. ft Main at . lHat4.a.O. jiuVlaaaw C. W. LOWE SON, Wholesale and retail Trunk Manufactory, NO nSTIIIItl) HTItKKT DAYTON, OHIO IAOIKH' Travi ling Trunks, (lentlemen's Trav i eling Trunks, allses and Traveling Bags. Itoiiuet Uosi's, ete., of Is'tter maaulaiUure and lower urtoe Wiaa th.y eaa be purchased laciu. elniinll or rise here. w ora warranted. mMdly D. roar, w. r. II SUCH K IT. POST & HANOHETT, W HOLM A LK AND TtII. BAI.HUN MA8SILLON, "STovurlXloSTlOjEk.Va riTlTPEWA COAL AND COK1. Oiaee, Vast Third Ht , opKMite Xenia IN'put, DAYTON, OHIO. doelk-dtf For Sale. Insurance. Statement of the Condition or tiik If Y0&I AtCIDEITil US. CO. OF NEW YOUK, On the flrnt day of June, JSV6. 6, Made to thoAudiUir of Ohio, ttimuunt lo Ihf nuium 01 inni. niaie. I. CAPITAL. The amount of it. Capital Ntork all paid np. is tllMI.OnO (Hi II. AKHKIH. Cashof theComnanv on hand, ami In the hands of Agents and other persons E0,94)I 4A Thu Itonils and htocks owned ly tho company, jRn.nro no Vreniluius and InUmst ac4-rufil 11. Ill Ml All other Hee.urltles Loans ou call . 1.WU U) Totnl Assets of thcCompnny im,il3U Wl II. LIAH1I.ITIKH. To.se. adjusted and not duo 13,(11)0(10 All other claims agaiust the Company, about i,mn oo Total Liabilities f4,b0 UI IV. M1HCELI.ANKOUH. The grentest amount lnsuod In any one rink $10,000 00 Statu or Niw York, ('oUMTTur Nxw York. I Ml. William A. llaylev, President, and Kdwnnl llreene, deerwary ul Uie New tork Aceiilental In. surauce I 'ouimny, Iwlng severalty sworu, fieMHc nml say, that the nireiroina is a full, true nnd cor. rect statement of tlie affairs of the said Uttnpitny. no t. uwy are i-iiu aoove licacrincil tllllic tkerea f. WM. A. BAYT.EY, Prtwlilent. KDWAltl) OUEENE, Hcoivliiry. SuhRcrUMHi niitl nworii before mr. HiIh win iiny oi June, IH4MI. ttiirrtH my liiinil tiutl otrlolnl nenl. Skal. JOHN JUSSKLU Vomminsiouvr of Ohio, KlVt ("KNT HTAIIP. or pick or th Aiipitoe or Htat, UtLl MBl'S, o July i. If JO. It Iti heri'br certllltil. thaL the loreiriiiliir 's a pop, reet copy ot tho HtaMmeut of Condition of the New ion Aerideutnl Insurance lompnny of mc i ira, made to ami flieu in this oinre, for tho year em. (Mc vi,. Witness mv hand nnd Meal omrinlly. Jam. ii. uooMAN, Auditor of Statu. By Jab. Wili.iaub, VUWf VWrk. CKUTIFICATK OF AUTH0HITY. (To expire on thostlst day ofJunnary, 1HU7.) Orvwr. or Tim Auditor or Htatk, ) lNtft'KANCK IlKI'AHTMlCNT, l oi.ram H, Ohio, July 9, lHftn.i Wn ICR I AS, Tlie NKW YORK ACIIKNTAI INSI UANI K COMPANY, loe-nlod ut New Ymk in the mate of New York, han nkil in tliis ofliee a sworn statement oi its ronditiott, aa mqulrvil ny uie bah. "io rt'Kuiaie insurani' (impaun.'s not lit roriHiraUil hvthe Htau of Ohio." iMiMiOfl Aorll H. iHtvd, and aineudod KehruAry U, ImH, and the aot i u r'Kuiaui r oruiKU iiituruiiee ompaiiioe,' iHtssoil Aiirll 5, iHrttli and. Whuhkah. said t orn panv hat lurnintietl ttm underHiftiied satisfiMtory ovlifeni'u that it is MiNHesMd vf an aetunl Ctipiiitl el at least onk ni'NOKtn and rirrv TiioutMvti iNii,i,AKa, invented an reouired bv Haid aeUt: ami Whkkkah. said Company has tlleil in this ofliee a written iiistruinent uudur Its oonuirato seal siKued tv the rroHident and Hwretary thennf, autlieriEiiiH any atteut or agents of said Com puny in this KiuUi to iu-knovi tcilKe nujrvie ol' pna ertt, for and in iM-half of said ( omiiant acoordluK lo the terms ol said act of April b, IHofl. Now, Thkhkkdkk, in pun, isnre of the at aiorvsaiu, i, jahm ii. uuiiitAN, Anditor HUte for Ohio, dobnruhy eortiiy tiiat said W KV YOltK An IPK.M All INHlllANt K COMPANY of Now ork is aulhorinMl U: traes net Uie huti n ess id Arciileut Insurance in this Mlnle until the thirty-grst day of.lanuary. In the year one thou. .aim eigiu niiuiin'ii nun si xiy-sevea. IBKAL l IN WlTNKHM V HKItKor. I IliiV.l In unto suliwirilie,! my name and rauned lliu seal ol my ouice ut Imi united Hit uay aim yciiraisive wruu-n. JAS. II. HODMAN, Auditor ol KtflU:. Hy JaS. Wii.i.iahh, Chief Clt-rk. W. II.GILLKSPIE, Agtint, Dityton, O. J)dlw Statement of the Condition OP TIIK FH0E1IX IMl LI 153 CO On the J&th day of June, lSiid Made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the ntauie 01 mat nuiie. NAME AND LOCATION. The name of thetVimpnny is the Phirnfv Mutual Life Insnnince Company, und Is located at Uart- loni, tJonneciicus. I. CAPITAL. The amount of Its ( iipltml SUiek Is . . . . t IfW.un Thu amount of its Capital Htork paid up, is 10,0110 OO II. AHHKTg. Cash of the Company on hand, and In the hands of Agents and other persous . $M9,IM0 Ofi i ne itouiw auu oiorasowmii ny uie tmpnny Debts due the taniany, see.urod by mortgage. , IVbls otherwise secured llebts for Premiums . All other Hecnritle. Stl.BM Total Assets of the Company fl.ias.407 17 III. UAHII.ITIKH. Ihmhi ailJustiKl and not due All other claims against the Company fUSII Oil . a.740 on Total Liabilities IV. MMTKLLAKKOrs. ttt.MO Oil The gruatiil amount insured in an) one rms (mono on The nun.nnt of it. capital or earnings di tMmiliHl iu any other elate, as c-iirilv or l,Mse. there! u none. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. (To expire on the :lld day of January, ltiA7.) orriegoKTnv Armnia op Htatic.) iNSI'asNt'K IIKPAHTHKNT, S 4SILL uut a, OUIO,Jui ig. llA. ) WHKRS1S, The I'lllKNIX MI'TCAL I.IKK INKl KANl'K COMPANY, I.k sU.I at llartfonl, In Uie Htate uf Cunneetii'ut, ha tiled in llii. ouiim. sworn stau-melit of Its enuilition, as required ii) thea-t "J'o regulate Insurance tympanies not in coriMiralol by Uie Slitte of ilbiu," iias.ed AprilH, IHMt, ami amende.1 February tt, lwi, and the ai "To regulate Koreign lu.urauee Cinpnnie." paused April 5. IHSilj and, ttllKKSAS. said I'oiupa ny hus fiiinislied the undersigned sull.tiu-tory evi dence that it Is Hci.cl of an actual t spilal ofat leusl okv ni'Nnaitii san rirrvTHoreANn ihillaum, limited as rcouinl bv .aid acta; and, Vt Htcassa, said l.inipany lias nie.1 in ti.s unice a wriit.'u in ntrum'nt under its rororiite seal, sigml bv Ibe Pre.iilent ami Hts-rvlary tbertsii; authorizing any agent or agcuta ol said I ompHiiy iu tbi, stale lo acknoalctge service of priMuiss, for and in behalf uf said Company according to the terms ol' aiud ai'tof April H. IH Now, TasaaroaK, In iHr.name of the acts aftinwaid, 1, JAMka II. UIIIHIAN. Auditor of HtnUi f..r Ohio do hereliv rertil' that ai.l I'll) K NIXMI'TCAL LirH INHI'UANI Kl'iiMPAat, iu Miii'tfonl. is authorized Ui tian.iut the Uii.in,-. of Life Insurance in tills HUU until the thinv und dsy of January, iu the )var una luounand eight liiinilrtNl ami Mty seven. hkal In WlTNaaa VHiganiv, I have hereunto siilw.'.rilicd nit- name and oao.ed the Mfnl ol ia office to lie aucd the ,luv and venr nl.e a rittea. JAK ll lilllltlAN. Amlitorol' Matsi. hTSTI or CoaNgTII'IT, I Col'HTV be llAKTVOHU.i Horace J Morse. Vice ''resident, and Jas. V. Burns, aecretary of tie I'liienix Mutual Lite lu surance t ompsuy, Is-ing sevcr.iil .worn, iieMMe and say, test tlie fowgoiMg is a full, true nad cor rect stitlemeut of thuatfiurs of tlie .aid I oinpany, and that they are the above ilccriUil tiniiers Iheroof. II. J. Molts. I'rcaulont J Art. T. III. IIS H M'murv HubschlMd and swum lieiorv me, Ibis loth .lav ...a- Villi' tU,...u..... . riva-ssr sviar OhioCou.uf lieel la loan. Ovrict or Tin Ai nmia or HTtvn I 1-ui.i.usiya, uiiio, July is, ine. j It is hereby eerliHe.1, that the furegoing I. a cor rect copy of tlie htateaitmt of Conditioa of tlie I'nuMili atutaai late lusureuo. i4aipany, Itartiorii. t.ainectii-ut. ailuie to and fllcd lu tnta OlAca, for the year 14 n luie., my naau ss.i seal eoirlally. JAS II. liUOM tS, Audiu.r ul HtaUi. I a a A 1. 1 )).. OnEI'KS, RKV'EUTS.cr-. Measly printed at th. KUI'lkM . U6,) M . 10.0HI (HI . 44HiC.1 K7 . w.tm U ADVlulCTISiyo KATK8. I N iTa! I,Y Ontqtiar(ophty wnrdssolirt).onciinsertfo $ tt flic iinrv, inri-u nnrs m 1 mi n iinrn, nne wih-Ii f mj ino Nunm, ont mnntn .... n oi tnm atiiiare, tlirve ??"' thu 1 0 . One square, six months 15 ft I ' IN W hi K K U Y . One square (eighty wr4 one work.- 1 0i rvr square, eat u wren in Addition.. a rrrs'iuarn, ono year 15 I JTnrms Airadvartlftrmrnrsnwnnrtna (ftTiiti i tK . 09 tr kMiiri'r MrliMl thnn hUiv m rt him. niule known at the kjunHn)f-Kvrr l.wlvi-r- iiwi'inrnir. lire riuirKOn m ihi Hint? n.u , nnhn a writl1!! airroiminl is mwlt orivniiii to inttfrllon. THE DAILY EMPIRE. n. B. ROBINSON, rillU.IHIIER ANI TUOrRIETOH. Wit and Justice in Missouri. It la Well known tliat gimie of tho Jiirlirrg In .MIsBiinri urn vrry rt'liii'tnnt to Piil'orco tlie law niruliist iiiinlstcrs of t tic OobiicI px- n'lliii their nnifraglun wlllioiit iinvlnir titken 1 Mo test until, nnd vnll thrm.X'lvi'. nf every prelenen to dlsolinrRe tlinne who liro arcnm-tl. We tell the followlnir tnln h It Is told iik, v-iiirhtnij- fur notliliir: Hirer nnnisterg clmririMl w ith the rrlnip of pn'ni hlno; tho "plnrioim pospel of Hie Hon of (loil. ' were nrnii):neil hefnro n j 11(11'. They wero reRiilnrly Inilii tetl, nnil It wim unilrrBlooo timt tlir. Iironr nnliiHt Uicni va very rlcur. Are yu n prertcnerr ' sum the. diKijrc) to one of them. 'Yea, air," reilled tlio enlrit. "To whnt (li'iioiiiliiutiiiii tin you belong f " "I inn a Christian." (With much tllir. nlty.) r l liriHimn l Vi lint tlo you mean 1V thatf Aru not nil prcncliera I'lirixtiuiia r ' I bclniiir to the eei't lisuiillv enlleil CamplM'lliu-g." (Not bo mneh tllgnity.) Ah 1 then you believe In bniiti.li)ir neo- llc In onler tlint thev lnav he iKiru nirulii. do you ?" 1 tlo, Hir.1- (iH'lliintly.) Mr. SherllT. tllachnree Mint maul He la an Innocent man In the at nil' he preiu'liee! It a only gome oi Alexnmler Campla-U a uoiiKense. I iiu'liiirnii the iniiii !'' Exit Cninptielliti', grently rejoicing. 'Are von n i.riiiiliiry" .iit.I 11m. .liul.r,. ndilrcHKiug the next eriuilniil. "I am. air. aaiil tlie miscreant. "Of what tlcnninimitioii lire you ?" 1 li in a MitliixllsL sir." (Ilia looks showed It.) "Do you helleve in nilllng from grace f" "I do, Hir." (Wllliotit hc.-itnlloii.) "Do you helieve iu snrinkliiiL' iH'onle ln- steiid of linptlzlug them ?" "1 neiieve tlint people can be baptized bv siirlnkllng." (Much offended.) "It Is mv oplnlnn. sir. that Infanta ouirht to lie baptised." (lndlgniintly.) "ot a word ot spruit tin' fiirnnvtlilmr of the kind, sir!" shouted his Honor. "Mr. Sheriff, turn that man looae! Ho la no preacher of tho gos-wl 1 Tho giHu-l la tho truth, and there Isn't n word of truth iu what that man teacheal 1 urn lilm looae I It'a ridiculous to Indict on such frivolous pretences I Turn him looae 1" Mi'tiuMiiHi tiisnniN'nra, not nt all hurt lu his feelings by the judicial slinso lie bail received. "What are yon, airr"' Raid the Judeo to the felon. Some people ettll mo a preacher, air." (Meekly.) "W hat la your deuoiuinatlon r "I am A Itnpt.lat." (Head up.) Ilia Honor's countenance fell, mid he looked sober and aad. A ffo'r a punao he said : "llo you believe In salvation by grace?" "I do." (Firmly.) "Do you teach that immersion only is baptism V -l hat is my noctrlno. ' ( Knrnestlv.) "And you baiitir.e bill those w ho bclicto In JesiiaChriHl'i1" That la my faith and practice," (With emphasis.) My menu. 1 Icar It will go hnrd with you; 1 see you uru indicted for preachiiiff the tfoaiN'l. anil it apia'ara to me ou votii- owh ciiiIokIoii that you are guilty." impiiM. imiiti'ii prcLLy nine. "Jlay it please your Honor." said the nuptial's counsel, springing to bla feet, "that man never prcuchcil the gospel. I have beard him say a hundred times that he only tried. I have heard him try my self." "Mr. Sheriff, discharge, this man. He's not Indicted for trying! There's nothing sai.l about tho mere effort t 1x1 him go, girl Turn him loose.! Send him about his business! I am astonished that the State's attorney Miould annoy tho court with frivolous Indictments!" Exit liaptist, determined to "try" again. Court adjourned. "Ood wive, thu Slate, and this Ilonorahle Court !'' exclaimed tlie shcrilV. "Amen," said the three preachers. The Mute Detective. 1 a t ""No dogs admitted, sir," said tlie porter to a guy asaemhlagc, as a young mint and his dog upn iired at the entrance. "You ' must leave him lMliind you If you go In." "Very well." said Hie young man; "stay about here, l'rlncp, till 1 come back." And he Joined thu crowd within. lly-aud-by the young man wished to re fer to his watch, w hen, behold ! tho chain had been Hiiup'x-d lu two, and the valuable, tiniepieeo wan gone. Ho considered the case a moment, and then a sudden thought dished through his mind. So stepping out, he whispered the fact to the miner, and gained permission to take his dog iu for a minute or two. "lyook here. I'rincc," sail) ho, "roitknow lnr doir, my watch is stolen," and he show ¬ ed hint the empty MK-ket and the cut chain. "Do you understand, old fellow ? In there, sir, i the thief. You tlnil it, my good ilog 'ifie, and I'll get you a fuiiiuua treat. You ' understand, do you i" i'rlnce wagged his head and tail, and gave his master a wonderfully knowing anil acute look, mid then the two stole quietly into the place. tjiuctiy una iliilntl detective glided around among Hie Msple, auiclliug aw ay at this one's coat and that one's chain, mil II at lost he set his teelh llrmly into theeoat aklrt of a gentle-lookliig-iiian, nnd could uot las shaken oil'. The young man quietly niailc known tlm case to the bvatniidi-ra, who gathered around hiiti. ami h id the thief, pocket du ly searched. Six other waliies were louud uain him w hhii he had gathered up in the course of the morning, and which their rightful ow ners were very glad to get their hands ou. I'rincc selected out his master's property in a tw iukliug, us that w as all he cured for, and gave it Ui him Joyfully. It would have taken a very keen uili-cmau to tlo tho work so neatly and quickly, and all agreed that he merited as giant a dinner aa a dog uould have. A good Ui f lame and a bow 1 of milk, however, abundantly aalUlled all his wants, and then he was Just as ready to do the same favor again. The Bathometer. of of Sidney E. Morse, of New t'ork, has just patented a curious pliihnmphical Instru ment which he calls a "balhoiiietsT." Il ia Intruded, as Ha name lmairls, tn measure the depth of w ater every w here, even iu tlie dii'ia-st parts of the ocean ; and It doi-a this with a rapidity and accuracy farex reeding that of any appai-ntus now lu use for the piirKsc. No line is used, and it sinks, therefore, rapidly, with little ob struction from trillion. No Hue being iimmI, Its accuracy as a nn U'r ol depth is not aftcctcd by currcuta. You throw it overboard, with its appuudugca. in the ocean, w here tho water Is miles deep. It gis- down like a shot, nnd, as soon as It touclu-a botuini. It turns ami come lasck Ui the surface. You pick It U, and the true depth of the water ut Uie Hiint whervlt struck bottom la seen ou the scale of the tialhoun ter, just as you ain the degree of heat on the scale of a thermoiiicter, HfChUdrcn's Clothing at first coat, at the Eagle t lolhiug SUre, 118 Main street.