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. Office, 110 Main it bt. 3d ar.d Market,
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Democratic State Ticket.
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I) AN" I EI. H. L III.,r Holmes.
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Dr. C. rTI.TON. of Cmwf-.rd.
FOH AUDITOR :
.lOlIN MeKI.WER, of 1
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rim ciivurlAX, of Williams.
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" Jin n I'i'Ki if wviitira
. IM'OIIES. nrriiyiihoKtt.
rro :i i:tr to be rrnsniin.bli! ilnnbts n
the aiitht'iitU'ity of the report of Santa
Anna's execution at Siul. on the 2.1th tilt.
Let tern from that plnee, by it steamer that
left thereat noon of the 2t;tlu report him a
prisoner then, at I'ampeachy, near two
hiiiiilreil miles from the plnee where li Is
reported to have been shot the ilay pre,
On niToimt of the Illness of Colonel Sit-
oni iNKs, the eiiiiimi.-sion to anilit Ohio
w.'ir claims will not mevt until the lath of
W. .1. Smitlisiin. of l'liiladelphia, anil
Mi- .Millie K. l"ornliell, of Vooter.
''Inn. Vi ie man inl in :i balloon, at Pitts
Im.'rh. on Sat i in lav.
S. V'iitm r'ii pawn-broker's otlice. in
t'levelanil. Ohio. was robbed on Sunday
ni;rlit of inuiicy jew elrj- to tin- value
The nine raihoad s'eliedule. viiiii ii v.ent
into ull'ei't yesterday, make tin' time from
New York to New Orleans, via Memphis
Tlirw tlifiuanl and I'm ty -five immi
grants arrived in Now York yesterday.
A 1'ioviib'iuv paper rec ounts an exploi t
wliii li throws l.oamler't) swim iu the
shade. A younjr fellow of nineteen, named
l'litrii U Kiilier. .-warn nearly three-quarters
f u mile, drawing alter him a boat
twelve fert loiijr, eontaininj; six c;uoil silei!
men. The time was inside of three-quarter
of nn hour.
In Portland. Maine, (lie liquor business is
a thinI of the past. All the old resorts on
Fore street are closed. One of them has
put up the following placard : "Har taken
out ; prayer nn etinat four o'clock-.'"
Mrs. Melville ,im1 nt Shflhyvllle, Itnli
ana, on the d Instant, from the eli'ects of
burns received the day lii-fm c from a coal
oil explos'.on. She wax lighting a tire with
Mr. Wood offered a resolution In t'ongress
lor an inquiry into the outnioo lately cntn
mitted by tiie Mrrieau authorities in the
abduction of Santa Anna from an Aiaer
lenn vess.-l. which was referred.
A new atlciupt will be made to connect
Europe anil Amerieu by oable. Tliis time
it will be undci taken Ly u Vrt ncli-Amer-ican
company, which will lay a cable be
tween Itrest and some point on the Amer
The steamer l?a!eirh. tnuii New Orleans
for Havana, has onboard ten Austrian of
tleers. who arrived fn.m Vera 'ruz. via
Mobile, and now e to Havana, with
the view of remaining there until they have
an opiiorttinhy to Join some Mexican
chieftain at enmity w itli .luarez. They de
cline, they will remain In Mexico and
avenge Maximilian's death; and (hat -,a
feu day w ill see u powerful ehiel'Hiin at
the bead of a lare auti-Jiiiirvz party. The
remnant of the Austrian, will rendezvous
at Havana, from which point they w ill re
turn to Mexico. 1
In the ease of Lawrence Har, tried last
week in Warsaw. Indiana, lor the murder
of a buy. a verdict of piility w.uj rendered
on Saturdiiy, midnight, and a sentence of
twenty-one years imprisonment passed
upon him. Alter his sentence was an
nounced, the prWoner confessed that lie
killed the child purposely : that he knocked
him down with a broom-handle, and kicked
him In the side until he wa. dead.
At Ilordentown, Xew Jersey, on the 4th
inst, at a picnic. William Wood (colored),
wlio is about lifty years of n'e. became
jealous of hU wifo, who is but tw enty, mid
seizin;; her iu the midst of a jray party,
deliberately eut her throat, i A phyal
clan sewed up ti e wound, and at lait ac
counts was still living, although In a very
miring a pcrlorniance at the circus of
1 haver & Noyes. iu Rochester, Xew Yolk,
on the 5t!i inst, Elias White, tho I.loii King'
entered a cage or ferocious lions. One of
the males attacked him. felling him to the
floor of the den, and fastening his paws
upon his shoulder, inflicting severe wminds.
The ell-ell men now went to the rescue
with Iron bars, and finally succeeded Iu res
cuing Mr. White from the cage alive, bur
severely Injured. The affair caused' itruat
excitement In the audience. i
A "thrilling incident" of the night of the
assassination lit ' Washington, receives a
idiooklngly prosaJc translation at the Imnils
of the witnesses for the defense, exapilued
In the Surratt trial yesterday. Somebody
called the hour In front of KoriVs tlientre,
just before tli a fatal shot waa Jirei;and
Sergeant lye swore, with posltivciiess, the
other day, that it was Surratt who (lid It.
lie had been that face, lie said, iu his
dreams, ever since, lint another man w as
vu the witness stand yesterday, and lie
swears that it was lie who called the hour,
und that It was for no other purpose than
to notify an actor or singer who was to np-
. pear lu an interlude, so that be might know
w lieu to prepare himself for the stage. The
tdugcr himself confirms this explanation,
and It Is sustained by other evidenix.
TTiomaH Uovlce, an id citizen of Madison
County, Ohio, was found dead in his bed
on Saturday morning.
A special dUpatcU to the CluuhinaU u-
yuirer says that the deaths In Si. I.oull last
week were one hundred and twelve, j
Il is n matter of irRrrt. that the Ix'OI'1
vllbU .-ountry, vat mi"---"7
llin 1o.:l illtlis ol msir rw "'V .. .
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. . i ilfc ons Bie
il l it I'llL' iuitu hii -
t!,rv to consult tln ir trtij
crests, the re-
case j for, so fur
vcruot tlil wnuM
neei ned. It Is really
u our ov. ii vvlbiri
lortuiK C. that we pos-
I local olllccr. thuu that
d President and t'oncress.
p'jr. . . .. j . . . ...
It l tliJ
t oiinen ami niaie Legislature.
tloual t'nngress, which makes
a that rviiic home to us, and regu-
hc enjoyment of (irlvate ITc. Except
the one raa'.ter of taxation, there Is
n'ely n Hibit within the inoper control
of Congress that has any direct bearing on
the happimv of the citizen; while our
Slate oruiuuielpal legislature can scarcely
act at all, without enlarging or curtailing
the liberties of the peoplo.
These thfiiigtits are suggested and en
forced by the execiitii n of the 'Sunday
OrdliiHiioe." by wbicU so large n number
ot our fcllow-cltlzcns, are deprived of their
accustomed, recreations, on their only day
oflel-iiie. " '
Without entering at length on the ab
stract quest ion, as to the right oK.'ouncll to
ibridge the liberties of the people, except
when ilisrwpiired for the protuctien ot their
rights; it may be sufficient to remark that,
in the preseut cae. husulU reason exist.
We do not see'that selling cakes and beer
on Sunday, or, for that matter, sell'intf any
thing else, nei-essariiy pit Vents those, who
do not believe iu such things, froiucb
serving the ilay in such manner as their
conscience dictates. ' '
We do not wish to be understood as en
couraging Sabbath breakers. lHmbtlcss
men might be better employed than drink
ing beer and rolling tcii-pius on Sundays.
This Is pot iho question. So long as they
do not prevent other going to church, or
observing the day in such other w ay as
they see tit, Is It any one's business?
With the morality of actions, Council
has nothing to do. So long as our conduct
iroes not Interfere w ith the rights of others,
it is not a proper subject for legislation.
Once admit the principle that govern
ment may regulate our conduct, w itli ref
erence to Its mors! character, and you open
w ide the door to every species of despot
ism. In such case, the liberties of the mi
nority are at the absolute disposal of the
majority. They must conform theirconduct
in every particular, to the peculiar, per
haps fanatical, opinions of those who hap
pen to be In authority. There is no line of
demarcation. If an act may be prohibited,
simply ItravM it It wrofcj; and If the ma
jority are the absolute judges of what it
icrony (as must necessarily be the case, In
this country, if we admit thctu to Judge at
all,; there is no one whoso conduct may
not, at some time, bo called inqiiestion; for
there Is scarcely anything, which Is not
thought by some, to receive the condemna
tion, of tliu lord. :: i 1 ;. '.,..
If such is really justice, the SpanUi In
quisition was, in fact, a wise and benevo
lent institution ; for it struck at the root of
the evil, by prohibiting, not Immorality,
but heterodoxy. It corrected abuses, not
by restraining men's conduct, but by reg
ulating their principles. True, it some
times employed pretty severe arguments,
to convince men of their errors. It some
times found it necessary to build bonfires
of obstinate heretics. But what of that!
If the end Is proper, the means necessary
to its accomplishment are so; and those
who have the determination of the one.
must uccessiuily judge, of the other. It
government may prohibit what Is wrong,
merely because it i' w rong, they limit, of
necessity, determine (1st) the laws of mor
ality, and (2nd) the means necessary to
' The fact Is, government has nothing to
do w ith morality, us mu7. The end of gov
ernment is tiie protection of its citizens in
their person and property. Whatever
powers are necessary to the accomplish
ment ot this purpose, it may justly exer
cise; -whatever goes beyond It, whether
exercised by on.-, or many, whether it
springs from an Irresponsible agent, or the
representatives of a majority, is simply
To Patrons of the Empire.
present the Empirk will
be discontinued. To-morrow we will pub
lish the first number of the Datton Mailt
As successor to the Emj-irh. the Ledger
will be furnished to the subscriber of that
paper till otherwise ordered.
A special to the Cincinnati Commercial
from Chicago July 8, says: East night,
GeorgeKllduian was found lying dead in
his kitchen under the most singular cir
cumstances, , Jt seems, that hli w ife and
family had been absent all day, and au of
lieer who was called to the house found
the body in an almost a nude condition on
the floor1, lying between two tubs a few
feet apart, acioss which was a board. The
ieei oi me corpse was securely tieu by a
towel, which was wet, but there was no
evidence whatever that water had been
used lu that room during the day, the
floor being dry and the tubs showing no
signs of having had any water lu them.
No marks' of any kind were found on the
remain., , t
A special dispatch to tlio Cincinnati C'oui
laerWai ays a man named Scott, who had
been a breakesman on the Ohio and Mis
sissippi llailroad, and who was lately dis
charged, -was aretted on' Saturday and
brought to East St. Louis, charged with at
tempting to throw a train from the track.
A man named Warren states that he dis
covered Scott in the act of placing a large
log on the track at a place called Indian
Lake. Warren rolled the logoff, pursued
Scott, and captured him. The citizens of
St. Louis were so much Incensed at the dln
bolical attempt itit It was with ditilculty
they were prevented from lynching the of
A special to the Cincinnati .iVijurer says:
A young man named Kicbardson, respect
ably connected,, while drunk yesterday,
shot Ms mistress, a woman ol disreputable
character, the ball from bis revolver taking
effect In her thigh. A few moments after
ward he shot himself, the ball taking effect
lu (lie icit nieast. liotli will recover.
Itlchardson Is under arrest.
To Patrons of the Empire. Dexter.
The (. Turf un-i favtn thin describes
the famous trotting horse nexter.-tlll
lately supposed lo be the fastest in hc
world : " '
i Ji!"i.V,'ir ''ii1"1''. " '"""Ii one inch and a
hall high. He Is nln. . i.i .1.1-
1 11 color he Is a rich glossy brow n ;
mem. wiin iftnp u.l.i,n ,i...
white running- well upon the lers. His
appearance, on the whole. Is thutoCa
tlRironghbred. Ills head, tui n7.-
. ...me. cicm, u,in Iionv ; lower Jaw
well nnen at the base:- Imvin 'i.. J.
forthf wind pipe; ear taper!,, gaud lively;
' , mem ; nenii well set
on to a rather light neck; which Is well
nttea to nn ampin shoulders; withers
high, with great depth of brisket and 11
good barrel; back slightly arched, will,
broad loin and ,lm drooping rump;
iineoiiiinonly long from point of the hip
to the hock; short cannon bone. Though
wldei crosa the hips, he Is morn so meas
ured across the stifles. Where his miwrr Is
Imba are clean and sinewy and without
l.lenii.,1, wtb long pasterns fitting into well
shaiM-d hools; maun ami tall antllclenlly
riill. and the latter deiiotlng his Haiubleto
Ira Aldrldge.ThelicgrflrtTagedlaii, la to
be one of the theatrical attractions In New
York next aeosou. Tim fortunate mana
ger w ho has engaged hltn. however, Is lu
some tribulation about getting actors, and
especially actresses, to support the smoked
Roscius. No leading lady" has yet been
tound willing to accept the embraces ol a
sooty Lear, or respond to the affections of
a trueblooded Moor. The passion lor the j
' real'' which loscsses so many managers
finds uo rensponsive throb in the bosom of
lovely woman, particularly If the lovely
woman happen to be an actress, and Is
called upon to play Desdeuiona to a genu
Exi'I.ohatio.n ov GRtKNi.AN'D. An Eng
lishman named Edward Whympcr. famous
as an Alpine climber, has set out on an ex
ploring expedition to the Interlorof Green
land. In a letter from Copenhagen he
" The Interior of Greenland la at present
entirely unknown, and 110 serious attempt
has ever been made to explore it. The
two or three excursions which have been
made by Danes toward the Interior during
the present eenturv have pxnorln,,...!
greater difficulties than mlht be expected
.. t,,u.,c umg hiiu imperfect means.
Dr. Haves, United States) has however
on more than one occasion, made excurs
ions toward the interior with
success, and has managed to travel as much
as thirty-five or forte mile .1,,.. v.
only are traditions to be met with on every
hand among the Greenlaiideni that the In
terior is fertile, but it is made almost cer
tain by the fart that the countless herds of
reindeer which Visit different nm ts .,f th.
coast always retire toward the Interior.
where they are not followed. Thran li..r.i.
of reindeer are so vast in numbers thin.
nicy uiusi reuil re lor siistennne n .-nt.ai.i-
erable amount of food ; and hence It is be
lieved by many who are best acquainted
with the subject, that the interior, if not a
fertile, must bu very far from a barren
A rather funtiv cmn .um har.... . 1...
lice at Milwaukfe the other day. A young
woman who had accented the attentions
and civilities of a gentlemnn for some limn
at length was married to somebody else, to
elmi,i aim 1....I K..... i ..I.. . .
.....u c... i-rii iinvaieitr engaged at
the time she accepted his services. Where
iimiii the deceived Individual sued for a bill
or 1104 25. the amount he paid in her be
half iu taking her to concerts, operas, pic
nics, rides, and Icecream saloons. As an
offset he credited her with sundry kisses,
valued at S)10 67J. and several squeezes,
t'i 3.,;, an unreturiied photograph, and a
ring, making a total of 37 73. He re
covered the bill, the Judge allowing the
plaintiff the kisses at his own valuation.
lie case Is to be carried tip. and there
promises to be much conflicting testimony
as to the value of tho Milwaukie girl's
A Salt Lakh Jokk. The Salt Lake Vr
rfeffe gays: "A way tarer dropped Into the
Occidental Hotel, in this place. 011 Tuesday,
to get a square meal. Having planted
himself in a chair at one of Ihe taWes, he
was confronted by the waiter with:
Vthat'll you haver' The hungry one
fastened his eyes on the attache n',up and
said : hat have you got that's good !"
Oh, we ye roast beef, com beef, roast mut
ton, boiled mutton, fried ham, and broiled
curlew.' 'What the h II Is vurlew?' said
the stranger. 'Curlew r why curlew Is
bird something like a snipe.' 'Did it fly
Yes." 'Did it have wings?' 'V.' -Then
don't want any curlew in mine; any
thing that had wings and could fly and
didn't leave this d n country I don't want
The following obituary notice Is aald to
have appeared lately In a German paper :
" My husband Is 110 more. lie did not
wish to live longer, und, if he had, it would
have made no difference, for tha gout en
tered bis stomach und waa soou followed
by death. I shall marry the doctor who o
kindly attended my late husband; I learned
then to trust him. Soft rest the ashes
of the departed one, whose wholesaiellquor
business I shall continue at the old stand.
MARIA W. SCHLEMM.
A young negro named Frank Smith bat
applied to the Secretary of War for a ca
detshlp at West Point from the First Con
gressional District of South Carolina. We
regard this as a favorable symptom. Light
Is born out of darkness; and this darkey's
presentation of himself is only like that
premature birth of a chicketi one day be
fore the rest of the brood, which tiie co
iiumdrum said was like the foremast of a
ship, -a little forward of the main hutch."
A special to the Chicago timet of July
A terrible murder was perpetrated about
midnight in this city last night. An In
dustrious and sober laborer., bv. the name,
of John Graham, beat out the brains of his
wife while shu was aideep.. When arrest
ed, he confessed the murder, said he waa
drunk when lie committed the deed, but
was jealous of his wire and wanted to get
rid of her. They have been married about
feu veal's, and have, four 'youug children.
Graham heretofore bore a good character.
If there are any facts yet undeveloped In
tho conspiracy and ftssassjnution -oksc, we
suppose iiy the time the Surratt trial closes
and Hen. lluller is through w ith his Com
mittee of Investigation, they will be
brought to light. Mrs. Surratt is to be
tried after she lias been hanged, but that
can not be helped iiow-C'iiioikikki A)m
A few daya ago a gentleman went into a
saloon in lloston, and upon calling for
some straw berries, ubsurved a man uear
hiuieatliig some with his lingers. ' Don 't
you furnish your customers with oons!'"
asked the astonished stranger of the pro
prietor. Oh yea, sir," said i. "..but that
General Butler at the table 1"
The grasshoppers have appeared iu Col
orado; but as they huve not tound out how
10 cross tiie irrigating ditches of the farm
era. the latter are In hopes to save their
ujuiii crops iroin meni.
The Chicago (III.) University wilt soon
receive a present of il60.0OO, of which
j0,IXKJ com from one Individual, ut
four douoi-a who together give 70.000. each
represents a different religious tteuouiina
A child at South torct, Vermont, nine,
teen mouths old. caught a green snake
nearly two feet long the other day. ate
about three Inches; ol Its lull, bit it through
UK head, and came Into the house with the
reptile wound about Its arm, the blood onr
liiK from his month. The child's mouth
watt U4!v poisoned, but It received tio
Jlr. i. V. M-Plke. of Pike County. Mis
souri, has sold liis prefyiit eiopof wheat to
Ji4.er. Mt like A 1 of Alton, Illinois, at
liner bti-hel. II,. bus two hundred acres,
ami ' expects to harvest 6.000 bushels, which
will make the snug sum 01 $10,000 Tor the
crop. . .
A Paris paper publishes a "revelation"
to theelicct that the ball fired at the Czar
actually grazed the breast of Napoleon,
just over the heart, Infllctinjr a contusion :
but that the press w1ro forbidden to men
tion It till the Czar should hove.lcft Paris.
I)e Witt Clinton Srhrdl Is n r.ni,. l.. l
the Xew Jersey State prison with yenra to
serve, and lately heir lo $:0.I)00 by the
ueimi 01 n run relative, l.et I. In, 1I..1
nirni no more, - is Die text for him.
llieCiarhaa left a million for the poor
"rl- "e gave the servants of the
r.i.sse ij.uou, ana distributed 138 valuable
WZj!"rl'V'? vl,it, he "Pent
1 nwv zarcwHcu spent X40,000
"1 nnitere that mine will be the fate of
iei, snin a w ile to Her husband one day
'Why so ' cnoiilrtMl tho IiiisIihikI.
cause Atel was killed by a club, and your
nui mm men you continue to go to
A woman In London, to ivlmm .,. v.,
llsh vlriinFo recently willed bin .n..ei' f,f
mo nr" wiin a on mile of letters, which
lurneu out to haveliern a correspondence
..Aciiuci.-uiiii, inn composer.
C. F. Ohlekcrinsr. the Ttoslnn ,:.., -to
maker, telegraphs per cable, from the Paris
r.xiHjniwon, iiihi no nas got a gold medal
and also received a decoration of tiie Le
gion of Honor, for his pianos shown at the
the sale of the collection of rare books
anu man user, pts at Paris belonging to M
ennuis nas icrminateu after liavinir oc
cupied eighteen days. It produced a sum
more, man xo.uoo.
MARIA W. SCHLEMM. New Advertisements.
I'aoi s 1 1.11IAX Salvx, for Burns, Scalds, Scrof-
ui, ran uniuni, Sores, lirokun Breaats, Frost
Bites, Chllblaias, Stings, Bruifci.Cuti.Swelllnn
4o., wUftlii-r upon man or beast. Is tho mnt i-nn.
lernii nrtlcls ever iru.iti-f d. Other irood artlclea
aucviste; tuiscurcs. Itallays Inflammation, sub.
(lues pain, and heats without a scar. It Is worth
weight In gold to any family, and should al
ways be on hund. It liwairanted to do what U
Moffat's l irn rill rnd I fctrnlx Ellteis.
Were Or.l used iu private practice In 18s&. They
were introduced to the public In 1888, since which
time their reputation has ixti-nded, until they
havoasuiein excess of all other Cathartic and
Purifying Jledli-liHs. There is hardly a family
anionic civilised nations who have not pertoauk
evidence of their beneficial cflerts. Their great
success is owiug to their i.nlfoini reliability In
c:ues or Constipation, billons and !4t machlc dis
eases, wiieihrrol 1 ug or short duration. They
entirely vegetable iu Ihelr roninusitiin, and
harmless 1 1 the gentlest iului.t. One ingiedlent
opens the porct or the skin : Knottier Is diuretic
stimulates proper i.u-oii of the kli'h,; a
third i iinoll ent. loosening phlegm and liuu.oi
from tho 1 111 gr other properties are wainijnir and
uattaartlo anil rleause the sli.n a, b ane 1,,-wil-
irom uulifulllij oi retions. 1 hoir, omliliicl elli i t
to regulate tiie unpaired n iulictkol ihu sys-
om, aim to nrjiiDRearaaa. II is imlaauiu.dUur.
ful's Pills are a onr.ott-that they will euro al'i
complaints hut umtor ordinary circunistancyci
they niuy he relied upon to cure Nervous and Sick
Ifeadarhe. Costlvenesa, 1'yipepila, Jndigestrlon,
,isiunii;e, i.uer ami jiuiuus lomlalnts, Oohit
Scurvy. UenerulVVeakness, c. They aioerrn.
made for these diseases. Millions upon millions
cures ran lie cited. In no single Instance
a coiui lalnt evor rouie to our know. edge
where they have not nprruled as reiinntended.
The printed circnlar around each box fully cx
oluins the symptoint and fffects of each disease
specillos trvutiucut. furulslies evidence, Ao.
w e hrieBy rercr lo Kev. Iiuvld Kldir, Franklin,
C, who wus eueut of Uj spepsia. C. Ii. Cross'
Thcoike, III , cured of l iver C'omnlsint II
Hurley, of Ppringileld, Pa., had Scrofula, und had
use crutches ; 11s cured in three weeks James
Dolcns, of Adrian, Alien., cared of Ililiout Fe
ver. Key. Ilonry Graham, Presbyterian Church
Oananagna, Cat. or Kevtr ad Ague. Kev. Ed.
May, I'weuty-flrst ew York, of Rheumatism
Piles of 83 years standing. Ber. Samnel
Howies, Kdtior of the Ppringfleld, (Mass ) Jttmt-
was cure I of terrible Costlreness. lion. E1.
Webber, of Kuinuey, x. II., of Liver Complaint,
A box of Moffat's Life Pills, with full circulars,
will bo lent gratis to any Puysiciaii or Clergyi
man, on reeelat of two three-cent postage stamps.
Moffat's Life Pills are 23 rents per box. Moffat's
Phosniz Bitters, $1 per bottle. They are sold by
respectable dealers throughout the conllneuts
the Islands of the Ocean.
. WHITS HUWI.AN1), Proprietors,
Successors to Pr. Johh Molur, and Lr, Wa B.
MoerAT. 1SI Liberty street, New York
t eU.23, l8U7-cowl)S6 '
tW. A Younq Lady returning to lie
country homo, alter a sojourn of a few months in
eity, was hardly tvoognisen by her friends.
place or a coarse, rustle, Ousted lace, she had a
ruby completion ol almost a irble smoothness
iustead of twenty. three she really appeared
eighteen, I pon inquiry as to the cause of so
great a change, she plainly told them that she
used Hit Circassian Hal in, and considered
an Invaluable acqulsitlua to any Ludy's toilet.
Its us any Lady ur Uoatleman' can Improve
their pei sounl appearance an buudred fold. It Is
simple iu iu combination, as nature herself is
shaiuie, yet unsurpassed in Its eatoacy in drawing
Impurities rruoi.also healing cleansing and beau
loving the skin ami complexion. 11 y itsdireetae-
isiu eaikecuttcioltdi'awsrrom ItaU its Ininuri
Uvs.k.iu.lly healing the same, andleavleg thesur-
inoe as auture lutemled II should be, clear, soft
smooth and beautiful. Price $i, sent by mall or
express, on receipt of an order by
' W.l. ULAKK A CO., Chemists,
No. a West Fayette street, Syracuse, N. Y.
1 nc oniy American Agents lot the sale nt the
Ring's -Vegetable, 'Ambrosia
the most popular I1A1H KJCBTOI1AT1 VK of
day. It is cleauer, more richly perfumed, and
warranted to restore gray hair to its natural
comri stop its coming offt remove dandruff from
theauajps 11ml pnivaut baldness, BsaU the follow.
inglsoisie sesluuouys . .1
The r.illowlne Is to ueit Iv iliui 1 k..
lllNli'l VKUKT.tUI.K AMIiBOblAfnrthe past
inontiis. aud I have touud iu It all that Is
ciniiiii MiritiuiMTiiuriu. mi y neau nas ueen near,
huhl lor several years will be sale in saying lor
joais. at luasl and by adhering lo the direc
tions In Ihe 1 st of the AMltKdolA. I am proud lo
that I Don- hoe flae sri-owih of healUiy hair
whilst lill other restoratives have failud. I can
lei' IIS-us to its qualities In restoring are,)
10 us origiual color, Iiavlng seen It tested bv
most intlmaie iViemls. 1 know It to be supe
rior to all oilier restoratives. W hat I u anow 1
know rom eaMrluuce, in relerenoe to its pniiw'r
lies, uud uuld reuuuiuitaii It to all as IicIuk the
article iu market. Vt M. M. lliPl-Altl)
liayWu, Ohio, August 14. IboU.
For rale by all Lirugglsts iu Dayton, and every,
where. . W, V. H I KWAaaX,
ausedawau Wholesale Ageut, Day Ion, O.
tfloiissatlen, Chest ant1 all Xaaytratory Dleaaatt
mtaral by Haattatea lahalatto .m
OF THE HEAD,
CURED BY THE
aim, (Yjn J,'pjvJoTs Ol
1ST O "W 3ST 1
From an Article by the Editor
of the N. Y. Herald.
Their efficacy is proven ly the
most incontrovertible evidence, found
in the New York City Inspector's
Report of the past winter, showing
teat the mortality from Consumption
and kindred diseases has diminished
thirty per cent., and yet tho severity
of the past winter would have in
creased instead of diminished the
mortality ; arising from Pulmonary
disease had there not been some new
and powerful counteracting influence
at work. Ve have had personal ex
penence of the happy results of
Medicated Inhalation, and can vouch
for its success, having suffered sever-
al years with a Brouchical and Throat
Affection, and exhausted all other
medical treatment without avail.
Dr. Wise has devoted many years
to the treatment of Chest diseases.
Catarrh of the Head, and all forms of
respiratory complaints, treating them
with entire satisfaction by the above
named remedies, and has cured many
cases in this vicinity, as well as in
the adjoining counties and States of
Indiana and Kentucky, (to whom he
will, with pleasure, refer the afflicted
if desired,) who are now well and
enjoying good health, and who be
fore being treated by those remedies
it seemed evident would till a prema
umce no, a loin Htreet, Dayton, ).,
lu Woodbull's Agricultural llulUIiisr.be.
tween JeUersou au mi. Clair sis.
rJH:HN Kilt' OlMilt A." HOll 'SV.
TnnAS MACit-isK I !. I I) uvinr.
KOlf TIIJiKK Ml. UTS,
U01xl.1v, Tins. lay and Wednesday Kvoini.gs,
till; a, V and IU, 1607.
rim wosDtciiii of a Lim-iwM
M.(,l HIKS IMI'Kltl.tl.
T apanoao Troupo
This ti-ouue i-uiiists o tl.e niot uniine ami
Jl Odl.KUS, llAI.ANt i:i:s.
I'lKlTUKHS. MAfiH IANS.
ALKullATS. ,M I'slt 1 A S uml
From .li'iM.t. .Iiipun, (1 1'itiK the Wist nrtists ever
ueriiiitt.Ml t.i U-ttte .lie .iiimm-.)
Will iii'i-.ir i-nrli inlii in a railitv of (h.-ir
marvelou. and atoliii'hns fi'.,ts. 11, I. as li.ive 111 v
er lielore liren h uni-i-. .tnl-i-l'! ol tlu- doiinnii.ns
of Mis illnliiie s. Il l' l lin 11
UIXI KtK ( IIKK. lull r kimnii as I 1 1 1 I.K
A 1,1,-KltjH r, " Hill st ji ,,, is 1- at t-iti-li I'liK'ituin
'1'hls lieing 1111 rutin .1 :i f sitesi entrtliiiiin.eiit,
tiie -lase w ill bu ioiidt..-tud 111 icrisul iliesuiue
uiauner as In .l.iim ,.
ritlCKM OF ADMISSION :
Uri ss Circle and rarqiii-tte a ',5
r .lunl) i.ln-.ie . t.11
Kurerved Hauls I 00
Box otUYe for ttie .ilo of n-sci v.-d scuts 1 I liu
oien daily .
iiuoi'b oiicn, evenliifr at 7 o'clock. J i
a)c ir ai eo i iocH l-lciisilv.
11. UIOCI 111,11 llio-u v,o visll SCBls
""'in in ii ivuiicu lor fuller eveuiiiu
July 6 IHUT-ilDt
Amusements. Special Notices.
Moth and Freckles
The only rcliitlilv rcicedy for those brown ills,
colorations on 110 l u e i-ullctl Moth I'utchut and
Freckles Is I'hiki s .Min n asu Fki:csi.k I urms.
Frepart'd only by Dr. II. I . 1'm.uv, Kcriu tolii-i,
4V llond Micit, Now York Sold In all Druu-jjuta
in Dayton mid elson hcic I'ricul'i perbotilr.
July a, 'in-dain-Jh.V.co
Free to Everybody.
A liira-i-6 pp. I'lrcular nivinc inlorniatinn m the
greatest I in poi tame lo lh jounir of both fixes.
It teaches lion the lioiniij- nmy hcccnic bcniiti
ful.the despised respected, and the lorsuli 1. lou d.
No young lady or gentlemiin houlil mil 1,1 .end
their Addles, mid receive a copy post paid, by
return mail Address 1'. O. Ill n er, 51,
April 0. tMfi .iniii.-ls Troy, New Yoi'k .
Knocv ':hy Destiny.
M n All E K. F. THossTiiN.lhe gient F.iml.-li As
trologlst, (.'lairvoynut and I'sjchoini triciun, lio
bas luitonished the M-lcntinc cl i-sos or ilicOld
World, lias novi lomtcd herself nt II iidsou, N. Y.
Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful io,v
ersor second slKlit. us ti enublu her to impart
knowledge of the m catcst Importance to the sin
le or married of eithcrsex. While iu a slate of
trance, she delineates the very features of the
person you are to marry, and by the aid of an In
strument of intense power, known as the Isy.
uhomotrope, guarantees to produru a life-like pic
turo of the future tiushiind or wile of tho appli
cant, together with date of marriage, position In
lire, leading traits of eharscter, Ac. This Is uo
humbug, as thousands of testimonials can assert.
She will send, when tlesired.acertitled certlllcate,
or written guarantee, that the picture Is what It
purports to bo. Iiy enclosing a small lock of hair.
and stating place of birth, ngo, disposition, and
complexion, and enclosing tllty cents and stumped
envelope addressed to yourself, yea will receive
me picture and desired iiubrinntion by return
mall. All cumiuiiulcutions sacrodly conllilentlal.
Address In confidence, Haiiasik k. F. Thornton,
P. O. Box Has. Hudson. N. Y. aiavs7ilivcra
Wonderful, but True.
MADAMR RISMINUTOM, the world-renowned
In a '-inirvoyniit state, delineates the very features
of the person you are to marry, and by the aid 01
an instrument of intense power, known as the
1'sychomotropc, guaruutt rs to produce a uuiTcct
and life-like plclure of Ihe future. Iiuslmnd or .vile,
of the applicant, w ith date ol marriage, occupa
tion, leading truits of character, Ac. This is no
Imposition, as testimonials without number can
assert, lly statiugplm-e of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyes and tiuir, and enclosing flity cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you
win receive the picture by return mall, together
with desired Information.
HeaY-Addreis in coulldenco, JIadami; Gertbude
Kemington, P. (1. liox 2U7. West Troy. a. y .
April 0, IHOTdlyels
To Marry or not to Marry?
Serious Ilcf lectlana for Yonnc Weis
in Essays of the Howard Association, on tho
Physiological Errors, Abuses, und Diseases Indu
ced bf Ignorance of Nature's Laws, In the first nite
of inau. Sent In sealed letter envelopes, free 01
charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN lloL'uiri'ON.
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Penn.
Mxa) n, joui-tiawoiu-tnipaco-ny
Tha advertiser, having been restored to health
In a few woeks by a very simple remedy, alter
having suffered lor several years wilh a severe
lung nffectiou, and thut dread disease Consump
tion, Is anxious to make know n to his fellow suf.
ferers the means of cure.
To all who desire It, be will send a copy of the
prescripticn used (free of charge), with tho direc
lions for preparing and using the same, which
they will llnd a sure cure lor Contutnntie. A.tk.
mm, ironcMIlt, t'ouoAs, CoU: and all throat and
lung affections. The only object of the advertiser
in sendiug the prescription is to benefit the aflllet-
d, and spread the information which he couccivcs
10 be Invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the nr...
scrlption,rw, by return mall, will please address
KfcV. KDWAItU A. WILSON,
W illiamsburg, Kings County, New York
May T.'M.ilTawly.pAco ny
Errors of Youth.
A gentleman who suffered lor reals fioui 1 ei v
ous debility, prematura demy, and all llieeileils
youthful indiscretion, will, r the sukeof suf.
ferlng humanity, .end lice lo all t ho uicd it, the
recipe and directions lor making the simple rem
edy by which he wascurcd. Sufferers wishingto
proltt by the advertiser's experiruee, run do so by
addressing, In pufcct conMilnire
JUHN 11. IllillKN,
t'vitar Sired, New Noik
Muy 7, IWH dTAw lyi -pAco-liy
i M:W FEKFtSE F03 THE UsUkKllUllKK.
llbl BIoosuIum CVreste."
' .lnht Ulvosssliig Cereise.
"ijjl.t llloosssiuii C'uressa.'
.ii;lil Ulovsssisig C'crcas."
''.Mylst lllssonnissa; Ccreua."
A most pii.iI.Ii, dlU-als. mid Frairant Fsrfume,
distiileil frooi tb rara and bvautilul ttuwer Irutu
whleli It takes lis name.
Mauafactarrd only by
! II ALU'S 4c SON, New l'rlu
BKWARK OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PHALON'S TAKE NO OTUFU
William F. Kliy, lialntlir, against lteWeea Jane
Common Pleas Court, Montgomery Cuuuty, Ohio.
Kn11e.cc a jasb r. 11 1 , 111 the count v of llul
ler, and Htale oliihlo, IsnollHed thui W i j . . . ,
Klivdld. ou the mill dav ol' Ann 1 a .'j
his petition in the Court or Common pleas
withlu and lor tho countv of Mouiuomerv ninl
State of Ohio praying that hn uiav Tie illvor I
from the said lekecea Jane Kby, w hich petliloa
stand for hcarliiu al t 111 ni , .H . ' Jf
Court. I'aiise-AdulleA. WILLIAM s- nil
Uk. W. Movsa, All y. mailu.'inwS'M