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.1JE D AT IS KMPIUK.
Per wivk, fp,vbl Minrrlri) ...
Hi m til nor annum in wKnco,.... .
WKIJCLY KMIMRK,
O.u'rov, pr ntiimm. $100
Olefin' KM 11 UK olrriiluU' fir id )ti"t4gt' In
II tnttfomory ouitfy. I'A.vmenk in ndvatic o in nil
mo.
T O 13 PBINTINO.
Of t'Ti'rv tlc-cripttoii. tooutd on Mu-iiin !'ro.es,
n ilio nd ttvtf, and lit rr:t4mi:ilii prioea.
EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST'
Professional Cards.
WILMER H. BELVIL.LE,
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
DAYTON, Ollloi
lFM'tl.erlr,ltl t orilPt Tliirl
nd llialii ilritiKi ' niHfl;i Im
jTXoELvYu.E,"'
Attorney fit .1 j i v av
"axd i t j
iy oumJo.
NOTARY'
I'filKI Il'lll J.llrrtan ali-aat,
opposite, the. Postoiuuc,, .. i
inldawsui , DAYTON, oliro.
6 DUN & CAMUTC
Atlorny and Counselors at Law,
n.rma UIU1, Thlrrt alr.-t.
.. fwe-awir . v . davton, oino.
' THOMPSON
A ttorne and Notary,
IlAVl'llV. OHIO.
Wii.i, Arri-5ii) to Ai.r. iumxhss
iltffislctl lo hi in tt ilh dilia-i-in u, promptness, nml
' liili.-o on Third ttrert.nl ft IchensburifeV'sClolh
UK More. . , , i. nnv-.lwly
" C. U V 'ALLAN DIC H AM ,
Oonnsollor' at Tj u w ,
, DAVTON, OHIO.
WILL PRACTICE IS THE SEVFR.1JL
STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS.
HM-NViirmriiiVhiv'litillittnt;, opposite J'nst
mill'
oo.
FRANCIS C. BICELOW,
Attorney at -Ijhw
1) Y TON, OHIO.
OKKIUK-ln Wurman'.' nr building, opposite
e Post OMc. . .. e- ,m Ji'-'dit
UKllllllK W. Illll . , : JOHN A. JI'U AMOK.
HOUK & McMAHON,
.Vtto nib vh t J-iaw,
DAYTON. OHIO.
N'-i- Mo. a Thirl Hi reel, Kasl ' Mala.
nnv-&-unl
Physicians, Surgeons, Etc.
iti'. a. t. itititn sid.
S'.IYSK'IU AW S'jil'JK5',
DA.?roNr, OHIO.
Ol'Klt'K In W irmiir Hull Unit ("" uMiri-)
-itlN'et, 0H0-IP l'"''li 1 illlrtu,
t lieMm,ntlv1"ilii''l ' ivu.il. aii'l il
"II Im f.nSvi at hU "iiffli'iiBtatl li(iiii',i'i-.ll w In n
r ,.rui.ionaUy abtit.j -v , nililil
DR. EvJENNINQS,! ;
i. ite i'ost SiiriMii t .inii DiMinnon, oiTit his sir-
VilKI ill
,.1'HVHtOIAN ANO HUltOI'.ON
td the nllisun of l:ytmi unit vicinity
.VflCK 51! I.ndlow si.f botweon
ttil nml iili, '
Wtiura ho iniiy lie i'uuti'l at ull.liuiii'n-llnrnn-nriw
1M. J C. Kuuto, .1 . HavH ! W.
lotrk!i. ij.iilii
Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Bell Hanger.
K. II II. I-,
Locksmith and Bell Ilangcr I
NO 300 1'IIIUI' HTHUKT,
r AVTdM, v OHIO.
M'uleli fur l'.itonu in uln un short noluif, HtiwhiK
Uiuihiiiu rupairtiil, an. I all KiniUnl ntfi'K ilinuuu
Dout ami iiatiiit'actory manlier.
ISKXA FH'1'KI).ASI UHl'AlltliO,
tiooki iiinkeil, If ronuirod. Huti.inctkin ivim.
)nl(Hltf '
Notions.
IOIM0. CAIN. H.K.BOYHK.
cain & boyer;
WHOLKSAI.K UKAI.KB8 1 i i
Foreign and Domestic Notions,'
no si Jut x, o nt v ; a ,
atsto Sr-o b 6 DS
Noi. mi uud 2:l, l',Ht second Ml..
' ' DAYTON, OHIO. - - ,
IvM. 1
Auctioneers.
CHRISTOPHER & Sf IELM AN,
1 third strekt;
IVflR PRKPAKKI) TO 8BRVK AS
AIM TIONKKIIM In rniinlTy ul city, or will 1 1
7iu oil ciMi.iRnmiMii. . ,
.). K. iflllHS'PoPMKU anil
UAHM CLAItK.
fliitl-wtr Anrtfftriwr.
POD O G O O U 221 f
The Great Foot Lotion,
14 new and Chemical rominnj! " A uniiiuih
amt womlm fill ilisi'ovory t An IioluU JJ.ft.
irlxrl Ami tli Kimt mm' only Kentmty tl thn
klml in world. - ,
U ab'rtltitrly (l-itrorn oltV'iwir itilorg trl-ilnx
from diif.l ftiet. ntoitcu anil Cor at I time.
It mo.tirlc hut doom nob Hlap ftpiiaUon, :
It motlinm oxtuxivu por-jpiraUou tititlui tin1
arm, removes otrnnivu u li ullootUtir, uml
sva the rlno d rosso ol the l.itlioi..
A few drout annlloil ninlar the avtn, fttVr nriikli-
g, m ntuUi'lent' to fliUHlm i t int mtmi oiTi tMKt?
pji'Scm. Will I'K or ItKACK, heniir PtiWKUKl' I
ASTRINfiKN I' and SKIVVI'IV K.
J( t one of the bt4t romeiiei now known far .ft
mtt (eni. 4 . '
WarU,
ItUllii!)),,
- Chupii, n&U
hilbUlnn,
litflmmuiy H vvoHltijf!
Vlcwri. Ac. ' u
mn or anitntU, rhv-trtTus ervj-wh.-ie roe
k .Mit'iiait. t l t SitRK 4 ;).,
lo Prtipiirtor nd Munufitrlurer. I'tn li, O.
U hohale AkciiI: W. W. STKWAHT,
Vholoi:ilo PriliT lit Prnut, Mmlichn. :ifnl,
OiU, 3U.,tt Mftiu lit., lytn, tK . Jti.v;iut)m
To the Citizens or Dayton mid
Vicinity, . '
-111 E rtl1iT. that ilrriul AihIh' ,miiij(p. Iihh
1. airaln nuw-heil our .hon, anil thn flrnt iiuoii
lon vvliich will iiatui'ally ui-i.u uitli uiiMt (Miriii'ii.
t: "What .hall wu ili to avert tlio allui'k ol' tln
ell doitruyt'i r wliluh.uu lu funiiur vi.iU, luix mi..
rr ami ilt'alli In il. trail, ami mailo no many nro-
ino. ilu.olalo." In viuw of tho xin-ti oof I lie
, our ulvlo l, la olmttrvo i li auliuih ; im
.-rirt atUiiti.oi to IHKT: laillli iii,n,.c,..a,irj Ivar,
ail havu alwaya on haml icaily for ur.o
Kaufman's Celebrated
Anti-Chile ra Bitters!!
Prouoiiuced hy tUf higUwt anthuritiiti tg Um e
CERTAIN AN J UNFAILim REMEDY!
In tha most aeveracaanf
DUrrbiet, Biannterr, i htlora MorbHt,
Incipient ftta; of "
Oholora. !
(1 all toiai:li ooaiplaluu. Kor Hale h
v TVrn u-.
iu o
H. KAIIKM AN ft t'O..
aaUU
Kuntiraiiy
LaWain
C'lni-innail, () . Sole I'roorii ton.
HOB AVE tfUlTXEr, Auctioneer,
DAYTON, OHIO, . .
WII.I, cry nalix in town or eouulrv, for the old
price -flu for UieaaJtia audio fur amaller
"M ..a ... . JuWaw
nil- i, I, , ,
CfT: Fi7$ - nfl1 4 " - ' i ""I
6' fa l IV , .,. i J
VOL IV
S)AVTOA 0 TMlinsOAY, 0( TORERO,
18((.
no. ac.
Cincinnati Cards.
CHARLES C..D0HERTY &
CO.
I " 'fMi'OUtKim AND .lolllll'.lli Of
JfllLLINEUY GOODS, BONNETS, ,
F . liliiUONf AND Sll.KS,
JIT li.x'c S(rMt, !orinr of Union.
Ili'lwi-i a l,Y;ivl ami Tliinl Mlrri'U
"J
I .NCINN A l l, OHIO.
oyntI'jIC co.
MONlMl'iisTAI..
WIT J, T AM TAYLOR,
n.l,ri.ntitK. mo.,
Fresh Can and Keg Oysters
I'M 'KIVKII DAll.V BV KXHKKH8.
AUi','(t'' ivv.l S.ir4 OyMtTM, ll:ntlH, l,ll-lU'-l,
IHokk'f. fiuv1,i. nnt ,lrllii'
I'i'n tfeti l-Hllt!!.
S. I. Corner 'il'tli anil Vino StrHs,
ilciLlawlf , ,.. . ( INl'INN.M'l, 10.
H 1 R
US H 0 F E R
o yVl.yMfiSAUt lKAI.KIt IN
Bourbon and Rye Whisky,
No. 18 Wnltmt Strict,
doi4d-HM" ' 'IN INN A l l, OHIO.
M.THOMPSON
UMBRELLA, PARASOL
V . AMI
lloUth'iq Vane Mtimi factory,
Nil. HI'; Jl:iin SI , lift . Ki.urlh ml Klllll, i
CINCINNATI, - - OHIO
!U't;ilrtSK I'iOir.iill) Attciidrd to.
iloria iiinn-iyir" " '
A DAM C E I S 7
M'altvaMM.antl Holtliny
JIAKUFAU i U f.-J!4a.,
SO. 05 Hl'l lt HT.. IM, WAI.NITT ANII VINIt,
I i in I ii mil 1. Ohio.
su?(.ni3ft rnocs will be furnished
!i--fl;W,"l'0 .tli-:n AT
iMOOIiKA l i'l I'iiU IW,
KOII
City and Country Trade.
lii'H.liy. h
ij..... i .
WJERC iANTS' HOTEL!
(KOKMKUI.V liKNSISON IIOl'SK,)
t'ijlli fiir Mtihi, t'htviiiiiaH, .,
OALLEffEHiTTELKON & Co
h ,r,l 'III'
.-j.ftireil.rfn'.vilfil
Mr iui 1
iy
NATIOWAU 8 4LOON,
NO. 170 JVIiSTMXTII STItlJKT,
t! NCkNNA IT. O.
U
Choice Liqnors,;Viiie8 & Cigars,
ALWAYS ON HAM).
Six ifj,u tl t li, illiar il Ta ft te
nTU'.nhm ti:.n tin ai.i.kv. .
.1. I'. Kl.lXB. SllitJ!,a-1. I'. I!SKI1I. Pr;l.
Real Estate Agents.
STEPHENS HUBER & CO.
IC KA MIST A 3' I'l AilHNT 8
U7i .(! i WA1 Tiiir.l Wl.
jav rust oiiiii.
VV 11,1, ATi'KNIV TO Till: SKLf-lNI!
ftil'l ImivIiik nl' nvil a-l:it''Jii.in linnii'V nil limi'l mill
iimrtif'iit' Hiiiknonlii'(on nl,-. All hlihiiU'-s
cutrnti'il to lliem will liu faithfully nttumUul lo.
oiiltf
lTenTz & applecate7
It l-V.V I j - M-'' 'A T M A (i 1', N T B
o litre p iiiril Ntrot North Mdo
DAY TO OHIO.
Groceries.
- Jb
THE FAMILY tiROCEY
JUST THE. BLACE TO DEAL!
.I AJIJCS M'lNTIKK,
I T VM ononi'il at ilio NKW
I'la.-f. Ni). I( Main
il. Hlri'i't, ll.ivtrin. n lftT;j:i! anil hjili'mliil
k of
a- no OEHII3S,
CumprUInf in pnrt
SliRais. A I .Ittlllpa .H'lnll rc'ii llriincs,
t.'oiri'i'. lutwli 4rocory More, I.imiioii,
'IViih. M. I 1(1 Maitatttl.a UaislliK,
Si!ren, D n y I n n , l'min-v
I'ii'k li'K, , , Ali IO . tf Via; . .
rin;l.'M, r J "'all's, .
fatMllK. VilU,
Prir'l iii"l ' iihhmI Kriiit., .It'llii's,.iti-..
AI.HO,
(Jure n swart), AilauMfd re, Stonrii'ttrv,
it!iklt;U!!i pii4 VnUi)Wirsr'i
Anil I'x .'i'j'ttilli in the line, of
Wooden f j&l. Willow-ware.
Illnliii'.liiir K.Wt.V S'liW lai iri'iiiiili'loiraiit
lli-k)-MllH-liir?Ct fcol VJtlllM, I' Vt.lKl.K
In thin i-ity .luloJfuakt, Ur.-la Hooka, I.IIK1.. .
of ovevy (u.-ility, ftm iha (Iik'hI iu I lio more com-
AH d.-livrwd Fit r. K.
r-tir u-lom!r citn h-ave tlicir M;tik't IJwkrti
nt hi- tf Hi'l iIkv will v "h'livfivil ui thHr
iilviuM.'. kio:k.
iUilif
J. B. GILBERT t CO.,
WHOl.KaAUCbKAI.KIIH IS
foii amy A.ji ltoMusTH.
Groceries and Liquors,
Son. Ill ASH 78 J Kr'r'KltHDN ST1IKKT, OPPO-
MTTK M AHKKT lllll'sK
IVH
New "ewdlry Store.
Ta the Clll.i'in of llitylon Mini Vlcltillv.
IWI IX opi'ii, oil ThV llih iT( Ainrii.t. ill lliim i'll
kmiviii Ktauil ol 1'. A. I. A 1' I H. No. j'liiril
Atri'i'l. a lliu' .iiitl I'll ai-livuM ito.-k of
fiyf. WaTCIIKS'.'i
J t;' h i.ii y ,
1'fiirkn, . .
MM kiiw tut:,
i'Liii iintiii:,
TI'TI.F.Itl',
i.j, l FANCY IMMtDai,
Ami oilier ni lli l. t o-.iia.lly kpl iu m-li e.laliliab-nu-ut.,
ami will lie prrpatvit to ilo
All Kinds of Watch Repairing,
In at Komi ami wvrkniHiiMlu- i)i aiini r as run lie
lonii in nit- imiiio, uu will M-nrraiit all work lo
Kivii entiri .allxtai-liou. I willal
i ki'i'p on luiml
n all-lu- oi ni v on n in an ii I iir t ii rt. whirli I warn nt
a fcii('i-iiu- ai-lirli' for m-i-vli'i. unit iliiraliilil v Kail
road iiu'u ivoulil ilo wi-ll lii i-all ami .on samplon.
Clocks and Jewelry Neatly Eepaired
On i-liort notii'o.
JM-.'W 8 S'IMII ('Ki:JAI HT.
VANDYNE & BRYNT,
Ml AlllHlUUd, OHIO,
SPKCTKI! I.I.Y AX NOI! VCR TO
til" pulillclllal llu-y luvi' piii'iiiai'illlii- oliUlumlor
.lolin It. Kniitl'iiiaii. ami aio pli'tiaii-.l to do all
klmU of work in lliolr lim a" lilai-kmiiiltiliiir. Par;
tn'iilar nMt'iilioii iivi-u to Iiovm slioi-iiir. riouiof
all kind., wiiioiih an. I raniiuri--. inado ami re
paired. Thev will Hairanl all llu-ir work.
Jiil6-wll VAN1) Kt IIKYAK'T.
I
lo
tlm
Old
dt
nnd
IHK
Groceries. House Furnishing Goods.
Van Auadal," llarnvuL &.
Co.,
GnPET STOIJ.K
AMi
House Furniehiiur Goods
AUraclSvo Sock for, tho 1'all of l'AOd.
No. 1 1 I'ln in alriM l.
Kiij.-lih Itrnmi-lo nliil T:iNSrv HrvsM-l.. 'I'limv
tily, Tain'wlrv iiirrn In. npei ll-ir Jnm-.nn,
Hi'inji, Vi'n.-tinn ami K.i.'.;
CAHPBT1IG
Nrw nuil Ix'.-tutitiit i'alii'nis. nt
A Sili'n.nl a-iHi-Hnirnt or
WALL PAPERS,
In rvri'.l i;rmk
rionr imi i loins,
Tabic OH ( loihs,
E.l;i:ik(ts,
(nuiitcraos.
Will I'l, A II OI. OKI l.
DIr.Uy Spniiids
l.larsi Shvctiii.s,
Ti ble IJni tis,;
Siipkiils, Ihijlhs,
11 UHV.XT VAllir I V.
Window Sh'lc11,
Table ami PumM'ovt'is,
C irrhiKe Uobos,
1 u-riillflrrilt A',orloii.il.
HI. ATTKACTiVE. Ill CHEAP.
A;rt'titt for f,ii-li:irl tt (W w pal.-iit t'onn-r
inoUicUir for sfcriii'ri and rmnns; sinnt'ihiiiff not,
ll-.i'1'iil tili't nrit;ilili'it;il.
.':u'iM'lH iu:)h iiihI j ml down. Wiinlow sh;uln
ini'ironiiri H put up, :itil oilier work i'.ms-uIi'.I iu
nhurt not it-u.
VA Al'v Dll, H ill . IU CO.,
ni'.'Hilly ii IiiIm Miri'nt.
i
.
I
j
Merchant Tailoring.
E
lid
Glothii,
II . SCHWARZ,
W liOl.KSM.lC AM) 111-. I' A 1 1. liKAI.IMI IN
Meii'H, Jioin', Youth' M Villtlreii'
CLOTHINC,
118 MAIN .STREET,
Ooldcn I'lnlc-Thiri' door noittli ii Mnrki t II.mim'
IWOli I, licrr li'iivi lo iiiinouuri to mv nunif1
. oil:i friend uinl ni-lonit'lK uinl lh nnhli.-
niimi-oniri i Mini 1 M I II 1 1 1 4
umilti lurv pn.p:trutiini for
tiinlc in
oiuilii's thai 1 hiiv
tlio fall mul jiiIi
CLOTHING.
Il:tinir found my 1iisiiu'
1 ir..-..n
.Him imvni Holier IhviIiIuw mmcc Im mv ih v htu
litnn- jmnv u lui'Kt' hto.-k of choici; t iHhhiK.
Iirvc, LtMri'lnrt'. naU' up Ihc
Largest & most Complete Stock
Of nitm nnd IiovsM'l.n'flUMi
EVEU EXHIBITED IN DAYTON
Uu iliiy and Prims of ( ludiini;
Thfl iiImitp rooin ivi-r cli'rtil hv in vs. If, uinl
wen; Mirt iirtHt-n f m iutvi'iy lor l 'ASM, nnd -in
ho hi'i nhiiinriu'luif, of I tie mm1 ih imlilo rl
IIIHI Wiiriaillrd to 111 : all hfll:i 1iui.it' lor i iwli.t.i
iriMif, .inn niii hcmim hi pnt'i4 to
Suit tho Close bt.huverp.
Iti'hiir ili'U'nnliteil lo merit n i-oiHiiiiinin-i ni id..
eoiittdi'iH hiilit-rto n.poM'tl i mm. I h.'tll oilt r
iii-n loinuouit'iiii lo my iiiftids u ul tim piililu- n-
ill cfrlaihly ct't uic tut ti
l.im.HAI, I'ATKONAIJi:.
Thiinklnir inv kind iiatmns for hhkI. t'ttvtn-a I
proinNo lh.il no piilus shall Ik unarcd. In lulurV,
puuiw nil In f iiuil i 1 y inn I p-.peciHy In prl. c.
II. SCII WAltZ,
118 MAIN STIJKKT,
Thrt-r doors south of tin- Market lloit.i-,
' HlfiN OK THE1
Only Coldcn Eaglo in Dayton.
Whlr.U call In di-limtly uri-ii from tin- IVIuike
lluiue on Main i.ti'OL-1.
lliai'M
UW STiMtK Ali EW;iiOS.
HKNHV IMll.IJ K CO..
816 Tlilra street
lloLl hf( Iriuo to ini'iH iii thoir fi it-niU and
T tho pul.lu- in Lffiw'tnl. (hit thtv hiivtt lo-l
opoTi.-d tt flrr t'l:i M.-n haiit Tailoriiii.' u.
litiillliiniut ttt No. .'tin 'fhlr l -l t ort, u h n- Ihry
mil but(lav itud lo i-M-eivd tniloii. lo in:.L.
g;inmmU in iht alt't t
Thfir jt.mhIs aivof tho lato.l I'.lMmi and
and won only pim-liiixiM few k im nt
louot priot.
A niio usioirtiiHMit of Itt-niv m;ido I loOiiiitf i
tttiKMiic tho Koodn oil'oto.l, vvhittt will ho nold u r
iii-ap.
A tronecitl B4NorliiHnfe nf f.Vnitt' Viirnuiiimr
OinxIh nlwuvpj on hand. 4,nl Itint n will do oil to
MHinnr our ilwk bo tore piinlia-iug duo. Into
lS5itt UKNKV ftlll-Ltili X CO.
FUUNITUKE REPAIRED.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT,
EDWARD KERB
VoV;LI ltKrWTKlrU,Y IVWHIM
inti-coiiH of lavtoii and vit iniiv, that Ik1 ha-s
ophi-d ;diop oit Third Nii-oot. iiol diMtr to U-u.
Ntttf A i-u'. VUiVo Mtoro, h hoiti ho will repair
rORNITUEE OF ALL KINDS,
Promptly and at short Notice.
KnriiitiiVoCloaiied nnd VimiUhod, t haiii Ho.
altiwdand all kintU iti Koputriiw douo. AM or
r will he rnrofuHv uinl pnnuplly uttondrd lo
Ih idvorliv,.r will call and do (lio wrk al n-I
Idonri -i Wdi-ni t loimiuK aud varni-liiinr is lit . dfd.
Ti-o...
KOH AliO krKll.
NOTir
TOTtl'KIs heiel.y irivi 11 hv the iiii.li riii'ned
llotlolrn-t till Mite, to- iiliv one el-o on oiw
account
a. 1 iu pay no 'iein ..1 otii.-r's . ..1, 1 1 a
silliW .IAOIU WKKlkMANN.
f
t-heutlail
.
H
i
ill'i
w
ft
tt
Ihi
ami
lual-kel
Dry Goods.
"(MMiAT lUHGAINS.
H,iimi h or ti or
1 il V (2 OODS!
lit'Uiliiij; nl M'h.Uvmii prh-t'ti.
Mf. ;t Tliinl Mrft, ln)ion,0.
M-tUnjr off fin riiltrc ntork of
!ry (.oo:l Il3is l' isslmert's,
( i all' nl In-inn IIiium' slin k ) Also,
Rppily-imide Clothing, Hats, Caps, &c,
A I W lnli':ili, I Vll 'H.
IK' ha a xiv.'il vnrlcl v of ili'Hlrnlile Hmnnirr am
I--' i"'i-. mii ii :ii i lotlis, r,i--iiiin'ri'.., rs-il in.-tts
' nlloiili lr. .loan.. l.iiisi.vB, Ttvnul-i, Vlamml-., I.a
illi':. i l.-llt. Mt'i-in.i-i, Alpaca, l.-iwns. I Irffamllt-H.
i i iii-iii-, ,i :i.-.-ii-i , roinuii. i ii a 1 1 ii-., lu-
I. Hill -l. I llllll '!.. lllZ.lllllil(CH, OIllirlllllllM, I'l'llllll,
" i' an-,., 1.,-n,. i-i.ii.i-, ii, kni);-, i hi-.-ki,lrllliiiKa.
Itll'ttll ,'MllslillS, Itll-IK'llPll .'MllSllllH.
Iluiip SkiiN. I'.alinol.il., 1'aia.iols, Sun I nibirllil.
Wliito Goods!
Vn l ;i varii-ly ol .Nmitins.
'I'o l.iniilh-f. iiml ui Ucrs iii'ithi)( Ooo.ls lliin i-
jih-ii.lul opporl mill v.
spi'-'ul in lii.ciiHMiiH In ( i( v tnul t on ti trr Mm'
I'h.iiitH
TERMS-Strictly CASH.
nu-.'H d. Iy. t M.WAI.KKII.
a o
11 V
1 -A.
AT
O 1) H
X la
AUCTION FfllCTJiJ!!
At Our New Bazaar,
:ti:i
Tlllltn SVJtliliT,
It A a 'FUN, II ,
CIllilSTOIMIICU At S I I ICLM AN
Ol-'I'KN hiivo I In- ipn-ilion iinkiHi "Do we si'll.W
ffrf.iW Wo ...in to all. ,.a n, si-i,amivo
ill niii-t-lv i-ll .mu al l Hiivl lilnjc voil lll-i-d.
lloinaniv.il.. loii Wn-liiiir Jlm-hiiiii.or the hi'sl
V i injii-i- in oifi-i.-u.
iM-rpop.-ii ioorn fi-oin Uiii-lvill t lie. inill-lilliir Until
nil 'i ln. k lu tin- i-i-i-iiiuK.
Aro niiiilv to w iiit upon all
Wlm favor im ivilli a rail
Ainl lliilti-r our-i-lvo-i lo ili-n-(.
Tin- ino-l oliiliinilo taste Willi i-asu.
Our slink coii-inl-i of HTAI'I.K DRY (IOOI1S,
nil lioli-rtil at the lalo doi-line in jirii-es.
Hosiery in Full Variety.
Men ami lli) ra-ti-liui-n s, CuiioiiHtle)
Not toils Hint Toj s,
B'Miln milt Mioi'a,
Wrlihii;, I,,),. I'lipur itn l Knrflnpft,
Cn i mis. Kutiilturviirw Hiid2;l hand,
(liit-i n-nni i'. cc,
Ho-lili-s niiiiiy llilnt; mo niiinii-i)iii to im-iilion.
Wo , II in an, i i,,u on 'riiendar. I'llurnlay and
Saliiiday oyi-nliiK, mid "aliiplav inoininKs.
.iir."Manlf
:
Miscellaneous.
ThK i an atliido for Hahiiitf without ruhMiiK
.c!iL in it mm pi:oo4. wntrii m ill rfiurc i
m'i v vi(.'ht run. and uuliko otiior proiianilloiiMd'
fiTt-d 1'ir a ,i piil'pn-O. W I I.I, Not HOT 'I MICI'LOI'HI.M
hut w ill leave t heu nuudi U'liri ni ih:in ordiuur
iii' Miinn, vt iwioiii mo tiKuiii M oar ami tear.
II ienioe Kiva-o spoLs as it hv inair, and soft
on On dirt hv soaking, that rinsing will in or
dinai-y oiim onlirolv rouiovo il.
'I'hi potvdor ii proiiarod in ap onrd an en with
Ki-iouc-v, and upon tt proee porulinr to
ii-vm, ii - m i ni t-. i ny i.oiieif raiein, It liaH
neen in iiho lor more Hian a oar. mid lins prov
ilnell an iiuivoi-hiiI lavoi He hert-ver it huh hecn
inen. nmiiK t' tuivaiilMK ' cliuinod uro (ho fol
lowing, vi.:
It shin all Iho expense ol' sorp i sunt I) inod on
... MM. HUM lllll-ll .,-,
It -fiui' must of tin; luliorof nilihlnja:, and wear
aii'l iriit,
Al'o. )or oieanhitf windows it is unsurpassed
mi one niiruir ino hiiic arm laiHir ii.u.l ly
'tuirerl tt inipiii-tH it hcautiiul uIons and Initio
inuih superior lo au' other inoilo. Nu water lo.
.piired exeepi to nioi-ton iho nwdor.
i 'irociioiih w iih e.n h paeka .'t.
And ran ho readily approeialrd hy n Hinll t rt it t
'file oftsL id' w nnhjnu for a family ol' llvo or por
SOIH ill Hid evrifO'l TIIHUr I'KNTH.
I'ho m:nitdae1itrei o (tits polor aro nwuri'
mat iiiimi iim-ii' eiiiupounn iinvo been into
'llifed lo the puhlie whieh havo roltod Iho elolh,
ii iiiii.o im ii'Mim iiik i nt mil, nil i k now int; lllo lu
linisie oxt i'lleii.-t! of thi arlirlo, thov oonlldontlv
prin laiin il as heiuK adapted lo meet a demand
nu n nas I'm,t omio (, and n inch has herolnlore
lematued nn-iippliod.
MAXIM'At TCIH.ll HY
now r. A S I FV WM,
tftfO Hroiidy, Hotjion.
AI.O, SHVI'f'ta'I'HI ItM UK I- Will, V H K COI OHH
Sold h all i.im eiK and Itoaler.. orlhlllm
KOll
InistantuiH-ously Silver Plating
AI.TICI.KH Of
B1AES. CQPPtlf. GERMAN SILVER. LC.
Ilestnrilifr Mil' plalillj w hero Worn Off; - and lor
( leamu-r and I'oiinhiiiK
Silver and Silver Plated Ware.
Thin in oh I ii-rful Inventtnti of Iho niro in u pi-oitft-
ralioii ol' lotfe uinl contain no moivurv.
il. or ol her !ttiO-t.ti,'o iniliriou Ui met ;tU or Oh
Intuit II ' 1 1 ii ii nl co I'lee t I'll iitatiuir halterv in
Im il t lo. I't ieo .'iU fHt per bt.ltle. Vm miIo In
Oriiirftists and anely Muith,
IIOWi; A' NTrVKKN,
i-Ctni ,M aiiilai'ttiroir. Iloit.nt, Mki.
kkkv cool."
7 K ui-ti. hv thi moui litiiiloriH tho pilhlio.
that wo h.tvo at. I. !'. IvlararV OriM-orv, Main
I. and at .1. tndiiifcoi II ihioii Huihliiitf, lof
II olie 1, a
Filterer and Cooler. Combined
tnl wo :ty unhi"-ltatiitKt ami advisodty, that It
he only iiriii le oi ih- eltika tt h i h ha over 1muii
red lo Iho imhlir thai in oor av lill our
xnoelaliou V nolt it at a moderate " m iee. Il
ill run for yearn w ittuml. touehiutf. When noe-
u y, can ho re-packed in twenty minulcti.
Every Family,Store, Manufactory,
llotei.co., Biioula have one.
The Filthiest Water in tho World will
pa8 through it,
And ooino out Iry nml and clear am nmlrcr.
Iioldr). itr. tlliorintr proportfen. it puriHo. It
u oll-knntt n tai l lha( lime utid oilier uiinoraU in
ater aro ui.iiriiis Ui health, and w hon lliu t ttol-
lud iu our niidxt, ihoo tt lui drank rain
Water wcro lent luthlc loin' uOtM keil aiol lo dio hy
ii-onre of mau thau Oho hIiUUmhI ttit- im
pure w air re.
The lllterinK mntorialH uxed in tht pntont r
ranui iiit iit (oali'iiM-d hv lil-.s t'Jt 10 H l.hN .) aro
tthrto naiitl, aniioul and votr(uho olitiixuail, tto.,
art on continued t tii do their duly potToctlv.
Bff-Yor nalo in any pianlititt oho or more) liy
HiiUtllf O A . I ON, (OHO.
Metropolitan Restaurant.
o. it t Third felrevl,
Adam Kntcht&. Son, Prop's.
MK I.S 1 iirnlihoil itl all hours during the dav j
nnd t-veiiit.u' i lo' IH--.I of ever, I Iiiiiji the j
a II ol d
w til lie slliilled.
l.l M 1
i-iiii'l:i) .n l , ednesday tnoii,
Intf.,!)! lellO flork.
juMnir
ui-i
I
11
IU-.lU.il.
At
fas-lure,
ol
eii
f
Hotels and Saloons.
PLANTERS' HOUSE
Corner Nlxtla anil ITInlai Mrrela,
DAYTON, OHIO,
J.T. HAM, . . . . Proprietor
rpilK ri.ATKHS' MDI'Hi:, rnrm-rof sl,th and
J Main, Dayton, hai-lna; I , oompli-toly reno-
vatod In.lile and out. and lhorniiKlily propari-d nt.
n lIllHiiit-sM Mi-n-s and Knriner's llolel. will Im
oM.-ni-d lor liii.iui-.il Monday, Nvpl-'inbt-r II 1HI16
Tho l-I.AN t KIIH' not HK I. onlv one siiiiiini Irom
tin- ii loa Dopoi, ami iw the mosl i-oimiuii-ntlv lo
eatii l hou l In liaiKoi lor travelers. seHiHInltn
B. HI'llflAT J. Hl-KIIAT.
GOODWIN HOUSE.
roRMKHI.Y RWAYNIK IIOI'HR.)
8. ii .1. bl'KOAT, . . . rruprlKiorn.
r'irst Bli-ei t, Head of Hnwln, Dayton, Ohio,
UAm Imru r. lllte.1 Ihroiinhoiir. and all the mod.
em ttiiproveineula iiitroiliu-ed. We InvlU
the tt-sfelliilt pul.lii-to i-all and see In, l.lvrrv
reed and Mule Staliles eiinnei-ted with Ihe lloun'e'
"liWm is. ,l Hl-llllA I'
PHILLIPS HOUSE,
OAVTON, OHIO.
L,.Roibold - - Proprietor
I I AVINll leased Hie Phillips House for a term
as in yrais. ine propleliir w ill proieeil at oiu-t
to put it In the most eoinplete repair, ami re-fur-nlsli
II lu the very lie.l i.tvle tliron.lii.iit.
No ialns will I..- i.paivd lo mnke the Phillip.
- '- a ...ii,-, in ,ou viiy. nnu iu an i-o
l--"' in nie il i-.i.
""liny 1.. IIKIIIOM), Proprietor.
P H CE N I X II O U S E
Timtii nt-MKKr,
1A VTOX, OHIO.
A. SI'ANO,
AKont.nl
T.
HIS HOT M, HAS KWKVTF.V UU V
oponed.niul Is propaiod lo th coiiiinmlato travolorii
im ine i'iiiiiio Konoraiiy in ino ih'nI tylo.
MONTGOME RY HOUSE
KAM'I' TIIIHII MTHKKT.
OAV'I'IIV II '
Captain E. E. Retter, Proprietor
(l.ate of the Western House, Spring-Hold. .!
Tluminiflili relllted and renovnled thronirlioutan.
. now one of the hesl Hotels III this city.
JtfOniniliiises run (o ami from nil Trnlus.i6lJ
FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL
IJiiirwiery Lnfaytttt Joutt,)
DAYiDN, OHIO.
JIIIIS A. Mil I II K ... I'rourlelo.
(.Ve.iiMy.i'IAs lniti.ri and Mnhiinicl, oWnni'Bj
J HIS HOTKf, HAS HICKN TIIOROlKill
l.l reiiovaleil. and refurnlMhed nn.l u-iii I... l....
ii. a n.-.i ,..... i,.,i..i i. 1....1...... . . ;r i.
, V ' ' v.oi.-iiiiniiuois. imaiii-
inj! In the iio-iil. day or week, llood stalde on the
p..-....-..-... I'oiiiiiiu.ses run 10 ami irom lite Oeuot,
NEW HALL HOUSE
Cor. Main and Michigan sts.,
sin.iTAl.aKK, WISCONHIN
K pi.iprletors take pleasure In annoiiiii-InK
I that Hie very expensive ami Important iu,.
i""" nn u nave lieeu goniK on in this
FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
Aro now mmplctrd. The
JVewlin.ll IIoxiso,
Is riiriih.li.-d n Illi everr roiiveiiionee anil luxury
kliown to lioti-l keepiiiK in in.-rii-a. and atroidi ail
eli'iranl lio in- to am travel. -.. . .,ii...... .. i...
favor II Hilh their palninas-e. iiiiiiiil.ns,, r,
..-I an ii .nu. ami ooais to me M- w II A l.l.
"ilMtin W. S..IOI1NKON (., 1-,-op',
Billiards.
OPERl HIIISK RESTAl'JIAM.
bh.liahd" rooms.
I'm iter Itlisin Bud Ural Mia.,
1 ny ton, ( ltio.
tut D. I.A;l:, Proprietor.
KAI.S AT AM. HOUltS
Ami Hie 1 ,l.le. will he furnlshrd with every lux.
and il. -Heart- of tin- season.
I he Hill. ,rd Tallies are lioui Iheeeleliraled man.
iifiii-Uirle. ,.f Jules llnlkeaml Urtuisvvirk A I!ro.
ttn-intiati.
BI'lio liar i-i supplied wllh Wines ami I.i.iior ol
...a....,., ,o,oi)fu BUII IIOIIIU.IIC,
Oysters,
V TUT f'.AS, ttntl
IX TIIK SHKM
CAN AIWAVS IIK HAD AT THIS IIOPHK,
IUIRINU TIIK BKAHOK.
ALSO. IIAMK OK AM. KINDS.
The pntl.niMire of tho pilhlio la resieetfully so
ileeU-tl
T-.. MAIUCailAIi
IuipirUH-of
RHEIN WEIN
And dealer In
CATAWBA WINE,
No. 27H Third Slrccl,
JylKMII JDaytou.Ohio.
Premium Carriage Factory,
J.LANCDON & BRO,,
Si ill miitinue to iuanufurtur
farrln ,'s, Bugles JtSltlghs,
Ihelr Karlory. Sua. II, IS d 15. r'ourth stn-el.
Bepairiug Doue Neatly and Promptly.
ALSO, DKAI.KK8 IN
SADDLERY HARDWARE,
AND
BUILDING HARDWARE,
NEW ESTABLISHMENT
J. F. LenU & Son,
I nitcd Brethren! Building,
Mortheasl Corner Main nml fourth,
DAYTON, OHIO,
Manufneturera anil de-alert la
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Of evary.l.serlptlon.
I'lievalwavs Leeiiou h.0.1 rn..i. ..u.u
nml ihe Im. sale v. o'rk.a larae a.soi liii. nl
II.N.U. ShoeH. (.alU-r. rti.i.t... .... ..... ......
iiii.im-.. men and boya' Hear, nnd al nfieea to suit
- loiliei , 1
II
epan tiiir done al .liorl nolleeuud diirahlv.
,n,;v il sail. lai lioulo ihatr rusiimier
U
is
in
of
i--ie
i-aseala
wiu ewoiiv. van naudli
tl?
ADVEUTISINOliATI..
IN DAILY
OnetquanXelirhtylronlaaolltO.onolnsertlon t It
line siiuare, three dayB..Mw. .M,
One siiinni, nuo wi-ek ,,
I Ml
u
-r.u .onn, oiih iiionc.ii ,
One s'liiam, three inoulhs.
Otie square, six montlis ',
I N VV 10 K K I. Y .
One aitiiare (elhtv wora , on, m,k.
I er .ipiare, oai-li week in addition ......
Per siiuare, one year ,,
A HI
10 I) ,
16 (II
ft Oi
.. r,
ID III
TfrTwin foradTeiilseiiieliUoei-iilivllie re,il l
spine, or lor longer lierloil than alai.e spet I
1-oiioiiiiif-noi-ip i Hilvm.
tiw-menla are eharK at the nlmie n.l. mil. -.. a
wr.lleu amoemoiit Is made pre.ion. lo insert ion.
TJIE DAILY EMPUIE.
H. XI. ROBINSON,
ri'llI.ISIIKU AN1 l'l.'OIMMKTOIt.
AGRICULTURAL.
Conjt amd Cob-Mkai. .Corn nnj rol
menl ins n limd for atock u anin bfliitf iitrl
tuted. The Uernmntown Trlegraph (11 re
frn intrtfi UiIh inutler, i(iiiioa from rrnri-.n-nor
Molt or CiiIiiiiiIiiih, Oltlo, wio in il pi izo
ny on lite aiilije.-!. is In (l,vor of IU nap.
eliiiniliur that "ntlvnntnB nml eeonotny Hrn
iilliiineil liy fnltfiilnjf mill fmllnir stock
with corn hiiiI i-oh-ini al tnjrtttlitir.''
'We aliall wniit tho cnsnlnjr winter."
JIV the Tftrmniih, "evi-rvthliiir that, on ii hit
pniivcn.il Into t'ootl fr mtlnmhi." nml It
Initios tin- iinestlon m ill ho Mlltl-tf tlltlll-ll v-
ilisiioscd of licfiiii- Ihc coin tue nui-il lui-
fnt-1.
Wo lll'llcvc IL llua lipon lirnvon f......
chciniciil nniilysia tlml Die nil, lM
sotlli lit-
tlo ntitrilion, uinl hdiiio have sh-iiiixlv ail
vwntcil lu list) Imm-iiiimi t-o vi lli oci-iiHioti-tilly
oat coha whi-n throw n licforo them.
o Iihvc si-i-ti atook iiihhle iiu-nv nt u I.,.,...
ot aht-llctl ooha, nnilatono time bi-lieveil It
would pny to Kilntl Ihfin up for t'ootl. hut
from coiiKiilcinhlu cxH-rioiu-e in id olmi-rvn-tion
In li'i-tllnjr ctirn nnd cob-lm-al. It Is nut
opinion tho roll Is no hcncllt, lint on the
coiitniry iMiMwIllvcly ininrioiiK, when ho
fed. II dtock mv biiiiii-linu-H aeon i-atini;
oolis it In on account ot a perverted apa
tltc, or heeaiiw there tire ocoit-sional ki-r-
ni-ts oi corn ion on the cob, which
times Impia-im hi earelos.4 mIk-II inir.
cliilli- no II. n ......II .....1.. n
HOI11I--l'M'-
We have tried the ni.'.nl 1.. v.,,i.,.,. ........
for lattcnlntt and as a feed for dairy ntot'-k
In HpriitK and never w ith satislactorv re
sults. When corn and cob meal is led to
sw litn It has been know n to nr...ln,.n ,..,
stlpation nnd death, nml In n rnw Btttle la
itiHtly coipiitlered n ilnnirernna rno.l r.,e n.io
clanti of nnlinnla. v havo never tried
steaininjr and iHHiklnif the meal forslock,
and HWsihly it iniKht he nsi-il with safety
In thiH manner, lint it nutritive value is so
small Hint tho onlv Ihmic lit that can he de
rived from its use la as a divisor for extentl
iiiK thn atomaeh and rentlerlrijr the food
less concentrated. Hut even If thU object
la aounht for. It in preferable to use the
pure meal on cut hay or straw, a bushel of
which mav be cut inucli rlu-mss- n.,... n...
cob can be ground. Another objection to
its use la that the cub boino; lighter Ihait
Ihe Kin I" i not Inclined to mix evenlv, anil
when a oonsiil, -ruble ituaiitltv Is trron'iul n.
at one time, il Is ililllcitlt. to L'i-1 it evenlv
liKtrihuled so that the iiiinmiii' i...l r......
day to day be alike. Of course, with
proer eiu-e and attention it could heevenlv
mlniiled toifether, hut olleti this Is nW
lectetl and the animals. In consequence ate
led w ith irretruhirlly .
noiiio years ago the ihilrvnien of Herki
mer made an extensive use of corn ami
ob meal as a nm-inir teed for ain,-L- n...i in
valno win then thoroiiirhlv tented. It lias
now been ltenerallv hIihiiiIoumI nml will
not iijjuln he inlrotl'uceil bv those who are
acipitnnlcd w ith its (luullties and their of
lect. uHin the atock.
vt e are In favor of ukiiiv all the material
on the farm IhnUinn be nroiiiablv nm.
veiled into healthful food for llnlm-sl ie
animal, but the amount nf tint tit ion in the
thirl, on pounds of cob iu each bushel ot
corn is not 01 Bitiin ient value to wurrant
its use lu any wnv that has et been nm.
Mined. The ban- act of trriniliii" or ernsli-
niff till! cob nilds notltino; to iU nutritive
value. It Is put in shape, it is true, when
mixed with nn-itl. for eheatlntr at nek Int.,
ealinj It ; but it gives nothing to the tli -h,
nothing to the milk, while it deranges the
digestive operations and health of the ani
mal. Mncn is tite riract ca work no- nml It
useless to cheat one's aelf In- mmli-.l.
and theories Into the belief that a saving Is
ui-iiiB main- urn 111 rcitiuy mere is loss.
I-'attkmnh Himis. The editor of HioOer-
ninnUiw-n Telegraph Itaving tiiutle liujuiriea
of a farmer aa lo the, prolilableui!K of uirk
raising and Ihe best wav to fenl hogs, re-
elveil a reply, the substHuce nf which was :
-Kirst. That feetllnir L'raln mumi-IuIIv
corn to hogs w ill pay lietter than would
the same amount, fed to anv other kind of
farm stock. Hut this Is uuullfled an to the
kind or breed of hotrs fed and the
of treatlnj! them. The breed should be I lit.
Chester White" the noni ie niionit of the
writer and they should be fed in mh-IiV
nffcnncr as to gain a pound a dav. lu other
words the hog, at a year old, should weigh
three, hundred and slxtv-llve ix.iimU.
Urenter weight than this could be pro
duced, but the Inerense w ould Hot pay the
diiii r'ii.-c necessary ui procure. It.
2. One btl-hel or trixid shelled corn, ma, I..
llilo meal and fed to the hogs regularly, in
such quantity as to prevent tliem from "fret
ting for nunc, will produce from lite lo
"even iMiiiinls of njrk a week during the
month of October ami NovciiiImt. After
this season of the year more feed Is reitiii-i-il-nliil
less pork produced according to the
quantity led.
X An i li 1 1 h rt n li t siinl. Is to klip the
liogs grow in ir all Ihe time not sturvlno
them lo mere hog friiiups. during tho sum
mer, and I Inn nl tonint Inif to llnlsh oil
piickly on the arrival ul' cold weather.
[From the San Francisco Bulletin, August 24.]
THE CALIFORNIA WINE CROP.
nru.-Di-ot for a lnrire w hie i-am ll.i-
sea-on is belli-ved by weiriiiformed partica
be la tter than that of any prevloim year,
lu Is Angelos County thcyK'hl of grapes
twill to be the largest ever known there,
the vim being loailid down with fruit of
excellent size and unusual sweetness and
flavor. Tho wine product this vearlulia
Angelos 4 'utility will nrobablv exceed that
oflHti5,hy at least isM-r cent. Wine makers
that lection of tho State think tlmt the
intage ol Ibis year will be minor lirsi-
emiuenlly good quality, and like) some of
tue w me eroM oi k,uroie, will have a fame
which will Is-iisi-il iiiooiiioarink-theniialiiv
wine for many years to coimi.
tW The Portland truiia tells a storv of
one Mr. llaiiHcnmu and one Mr. Wiiririua.
living at the west end of that city, w ho
went together to a recent political celebra
tion and drank too much chauinairne. Thev
came home Jolly, and arriving tirat at Mr.
iiiiiiiH-uinii a uweitmg, caned out In a loud
voice, "Mrs. JIuniKU.iiib! Mrs. lUiieromb !
jilense cinie and pick out Mr. liaiiscoinli.
Mr. Wiggins wants to go home!"
IV A eentlemaii w ho wu Indoce.l i..
listen to Miss Dickinson, was asked oncom
ing oui, wnat lie thought ol the lecture
,.'l.l... I :.l l. ..t ....
.un. i aniu nti, i uiiua iianiei v eiwter
lied at the right time! ami befora a ,...r.
rnpteil pitblie opiniou was willing to re-
oa iiiu-rprt-iaiiiiii oieonsttiuiloual law
rrom the p of an old maid."
tWA pretty trlrl uvi: "ironr m.l..
thought it w rung for Adam to live single,
wl.en there was mat a man on earth. Iiiiw
criminally guilty are the old bachelors.
with the world full of pretty girls."
IW A cultivator was osiiloil he a
Nashville negriM-s, w hen one fjild : -A ins it
an jist mi on Hal thing and ride while lie's
lowing.'' "Oollv." mi ill another.
was too sh'arn too till Ilk ft' llllf Vfiraa
nlCttrs wa sot fh.1'

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