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S5' I. MATTlXCiL,T, Ktltr. PLYMOUTH. IND., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1867. ,5 5 ' 7 I Republican Convention. Th? R.'p'ibücs-iS of th? ßereral Town ships of M ir.-U iR County m reiueted to racct a? tIi- pi ices of hoUinj elections on SATURDAY, JULY 27. 18C7, at 1 o' clock, P. 31., for tlis pnrpose of selecting leierst?.? t- i Cointj Convention, to meet at riym'v.ith, On Saturday, August 3d, 1867, at 1 o'clxk, P. M., for the purpose of iioraiuatin c-mdidAtea for County Clerk and County Commissioner, and attending t.y the rum! b-.i5ta?ss of rich Conventions. For th3 purpose of facilitating business the Central Corr.m-ttec hare agreed that B-ich Tovruhir sh'.ll be entitled to one delegate tor every tea rot Cist for Schuy ler Colfax in 1 IS, and one for every frac tion over .", which gives the following rep resentation: Center tovrnship 4 ; Bvirbvin t'p 3.1 Union ' 12 Jernian " II Green ! North M 12 Walnnt " 17 Tolk 44 13 Tippecano; - ir. West " 1 It is lijp? l th? Republicans In every township vri-i liiert and appoint delfaies on the dir d3i .pitcd. A prompt dis charge of duty nn the part of all cannot ail to hive a vholcsame influence. AM AS A JOHNSON, CWft. Rp-iMiCiirv Cen. Com. REP URL i(!A ,YV) rXTV ( 'OX VEXTIOX. Next S it-.irdav U the tliy appointed for the R.'p-j!kLm:w of this county to meet in Convention at this pltce, 3.v-l nominate candidates fjr the oliicos to he fiilsl at the approju-hi.2 eh-rtlon. We tri:: every township v;l hj fx.V.y repieacttcd, nn-V in r.tidUi-m t niainr nominr.tioxrf, fiect a thoro'ih orrtn!,ut?- t. ..f tue pnrty. Those, t i-rnship-v, '::;! f.-.ilo-i' to met and ap point di'IT'tf IjlK S ittirdsy, as rnneted by the Cectr.il Committee, can conic up en taaur, ai l cither appoint delegate here or all prwat vsl in thatf jeapacity as they uiay prefer. I? rclly nitkes no difference as Cich township or.ly gives its proyrtion ate v!ü in ellh.T case. TIi2 D-jancr&lic Cctitral Comrailtec of thid Co:n'y hvc cnlkil a Convention to nominate cn idites, meet in this place Ausist 1- Ve und jrat?.n 1 that eüorU are bvlaij ravK' sno-ij so'ie of tha leading T),nnera,i ii thu pVc to hror Jerry Klin j?r ovortio.ii J, bat ve hope it will not rove sncce.-rfnh Jrrv U a belter repre sritative nun oC h pirty thnn the on? they t:dk of nomisatinj:. Cohman, wc suppose, TvIIi h:ive no opposition in the Cor. vention for the Clerkship. Thi pu'j!is;:r of t!i3 lV)f.D-"Morraf, notivithstr.dir tho Ijishttcrc of 1S; Z increaod the price f.r publishing the Dctinq-i ?nt 1.5 t from CO to Co cents per tabular dr?r i i;.i!o:;, chr.rM the coi;n ty List ye:r and thU year r.bmrt tho suaic, in addition, for the Lend lines aod affidavit. II? i" tho grit publisher in the county, if not in the St-te, to make snch a t harge, sltho.r:! tho la.w was the same here tofore that it 13 now in this respect If It is rl jLt t)iat he .-hotihl be allowed "0 a year for rublUh's thj head lines, &c.t of the Dellnrpient I.i-t. t!ien we have a valid chdui of J;." a-.;:is the county, and Messrs Platte McDonald and Wnu J. Burns the same each. scicide or jrox. daxiel MACK. L.vVayettk. JulySC, 187. Iln. Daniel Mace, Postmaster of this city, committed suicide at o'clock this r.jornin? by shooting himself thronjrh the heart. Mr. M-.ce wssgtrieken with paraly sis while in "Wa.-hir.gton City In the sprinir of l.i;, by which lit; was partially disabled in IkxIv as t-'.I fi3 niino. Of la-c lifl has lcearnore than nsually depressed, and has several times attempted suicide. He was appointed Postmaster her In ISC,.". The occuurerce has rast a profound t;loom over the entire community. The funeral takes pf'-ce Sabhv.ih r.f:crnoon. and will be attend ed y the Misor.s an 1 Udd Fellow. 12 EL O XSTIt UCTIOX. S'jufJtrr.i ('ttWi'-fvntlrri Raffahiing With their Colored Ercthcrn. . "WAnTXc.To-:, July Sever.d South Carolinian?, opposed to Republicans, who have recently 1 ten in Tashington say that IcadiiTZ Cinscr :itires have proposed terms of political bar: in.'? to some leadin? color ed citizens to the etIVrt that the Conserva tives will help the blacks to efrcl the lat ter's Cfti-.did.itcs to Congress withoiit rejrard 1 1 color. j.roi d the blacks will sive the whites control of tho State Government MRXICA X JfrXLSTEE. WAsnrsc.TON, -Inly 2. Scnor Romero intends s--vn ta rstnrn temporarily to Mex i. "t having received leave ofasence froin po.t after ckht yer.rs of absence from his country snd unreniltir -attention to the anluo's ördies rnd rrjpowibiiitie which dovolve.upon hun r.s tHsfeprecnta tive of the Mejtiraa ItepublieiB eHin tr7- ThT destHntion It tha r5ontli belnsj pi ter'ally dimkl-hed, tlo issues of aupplie under the aspiTS oliVrrVrtncii Bu- r;au will b dtfcor.fjnued Auusi 2CUj wt- -;j t to the sic'i in hospitals. -r y r.'rTTXrt Fm IfVBSTMZYT. TIoh. Thomas D. McCarty, Aulitor of Siate, has r-i'hinthe past month, invented H,7U) r.fth'.' Sinking Fund in the Indiana Fives, and will in a few days mr.ke over & bond i;r A'-r?V)(,f to the School Fund. Tho p-.vfüdure U nnder the provision of the h-i- 1 iw to this effect. I -. -I J -ra v. -r THE SOCIAL EVIL. The Pin ft ur Sint of Mixlrrn Civiliza tion The Crimrx and Follien of Women Tltf Slaurjhicr of the Jn nrtrrnttFemrtte J-Jducatimn, etc., ftr. Editor M. C. REPrBLiCAS: Whoever reads the dally papers cannot but have noticed the discussion rrw going on under the head of "The Social Kvii." Whether the world is any worse than for merly, or whether this is an indication of coming reformation each read csn judge tor uimseir. certain it is that the press overflows with the records of libertinism and prostitution, Tapes and seductions, in terspersed with murder and attempts on human life arising from these causes. This phae of crime has its statistics, and U is somavrhfit startling to meet the cold, hard facts that in all our cities the number of women who follow a life of open prostitu tion, together with kept mistresses and wives who meet male friends by appoint ment at other places than their own homes, must be computed by thousands. Indeed, certain quarter of our commercial centers are tacitly set apart for the habitations of l hos who fly this disgusting avocation openly, where they carry on their business with all safety, except when complaints thai cannot be overlooked are made to the authorities. Chicago, perhaps, has ten thousand of ihcec creatures, who have given to Wells and neighboring streets a notoriety only equaled by tho Five Points of New York. The latter city has perhaps a larger proportion, and in both it is not much out of the way to place a majority of the tvoiaea one meets on the stroets iu the. category of vica. The cure of this monstrous evil has here tofore been confided to the Doctors of Di vinity and the Doctors of Mudicine, and it I may be that it is better to leave it there. Rut now that the matter has got into the papers k can be no harm for ns to present some of the different views of those who have made it a subject of thought. TUE BETRATER AXD BKTRAYHn, &C. It is a natural feeling among the male sex to give their sympathies to the female whom wo are prone to regard as having been deceived by the sophistries, overcome by the imporlunitii.?, ami finally seduced under promise of speedy marriage. Courts ami juries are ever ready to inflict upon tho seducer the heaviest damages and pun ishments, and yet cicty completely re verses this state of things in Us treatment of the two. The woman steps out of the Court room, w here her tale of woe has ex cited ao much sympathy and even tears, to meet the cold, stony gaxe and unpitying scorn of her sisters. The companions of her innocent days avoid her as a contagion, and the lewd glances of th2 other s?x tell her all too plain that there is no availing repentance for her. On the other hand, virtuous women open their best parlors to receive the seducer and wake the midnight echoes by clawing the ivory and howling foe his amusement, and husbnds and fa thers invite him to their homes and wel come him at their firesides. Under such treatment no wonder that virtue is a sickh plant, and vice the vigor ous tree that Is overshadowing the laud. THE PLArOUTEU OF TUB 1XXOCKXTS. Closely allied to the "Social Evil," and differing only by being far the more hcin ions crime of the two, is a practice fearful ly prevalent among American women of destroying otd lifo. It is hard to deal with this subject with any degree of pa tience. Its atrocity is far greaU-r than the most barbarons practices of savages, and Its universality makes us tremble for the future of our race and of our Protestant religion. We send Bibles to the pagan mother who though religious fanatici?m otters up her babe to the remorseless (Sod of t!n Ganges, but a greater stain is on our own door posts, and a crime which it is impossible to conceive of any thing more revolting, being totally without excuse or palliation, is notoriously practised by pro lessürg Christians who fondly nippose themselves on the high road to Heaven. We are loth to use such terms, and it U only by degrees that we have been brought to leel that a longer silence in the presence of thi hideous wrong invoUcs us in its guilt. It is with a burning cheek that we confess that they are or our own people and tongue to whom these words apply. Something must be done and quickly to avert an evil that is sapping th? very foun dations of society and religion; that is fill ing Heaven with spirits who never saw the light of earth and populating hell in an enormous ratio. Virtuoas Boston and wicked New York, quiet riy month and noisy Chicago, each and all are partici pants in this aost shocking barbarity, for which the tongue of man has no term of reproach sufficient to characterize. Practiced in the most virtuous homes, the boast in fact of the most respectable women, aided by tho medical profession, it is, notwithstanding, more horrible than murder itself, while it U shielded by the difficulty of proving it, from the punish ment of the ltw. Thie practice places such women m the forefront of criminals and has made our land more deserving of the wrath of Heaven than were the cit ies of the plain.' FEM A LS EDCCATI05. In our opinion, the proportions at which flic "Social Evil" has arrived, aud the prev alence of that other practice to which we have alluded, are due to the defective edu cation of women. It Is a fact that cannot be disputed that while there are few pur suits which society allows a respectable woman to engage in, these are so crowded by those whose necessitous conditions com pel to aeek employment even at the most unremunerative wages that a life of harne seems the only resort for thousand who are without protectors and friends. We call that man an unwise father who fails to give his son a useful education and a trade or profession by which ho may be sure of a support. But how many girls ,do yon knw, reader, who are atlowed to grow up ignorant of any thing that they may turn to acconat in tho hour of need? We are constantly reminded that there are not husbands for all of them, at least many do not succeed" in getting them, and even if they do marry, misfortune and d'-ath may overtake their husbands and ' they lie left with children but without any means of support. The fact is, we 6et before the girls but one object In Fife, and that is to marry, and rttcr marriage the greater num ber are without knowledge that will benefit a struggling poot man, and they hang like millstones around the necks of their hus bands. This, again, aggravated by the in creasing cost of living, deter many prudent men from marrying. They reason, pet haps ftilsrfy, that as wwncn bring uothing tout their personal charms into the matri monial co tartnership, and that these charms soon fade, they will buy them fresh when wanted. liiere we have men's spe cious cxcv.se for libertinism, and one of the great causes of prostitution. We merely make the statement leaving the remedy for another occasion. It is another defect in female education that leads them to aeek exemption from the trials of maternity and to regard them selves as mere creatures of pleasure. We do n t overlook the fact that the onl'y of their sex Is severe, but it is the decree of nature anl cannot be avoided without jeop ardy to their souls. We would not de prive them of any real pleasures, but we ask them to give up the foUlea that have made them the butt of every low fellow's jest; to seek In the open air and green fields health and beauty; to lay aside their cor sets and allow their lungs to expand, that they mar secure their highest glory, ro bust otrrir.g, and the American may j et become a race capable of imparting strength to the rest of the world, instead of requiring a constant infusion of new blood to prevent its extinction. W. FliÖM WÄSÜIXU TOX. A Jlrpufttiran Cotifrcntrtn hu a J 'lain Talk- with omr ofwJohnnn' 'nbinri 77r I'rrxidrntin Cntrtnt Frarof Ininachmrnt lie. Will be a candidate for the Senate from Ten nexxee Johnxun Cryedta Aftemdun Opm ition to Sheridan Treatment of Jiebrl rioncrt. va Il?jatch toth CVictyo'Trit'ew. Washington, July "8. A few davs after the adjournment of Congress, one of the strongest Republican members of the IIoue, and one of the leading opponents of impeachment, took occasion to express his views of Iiis associ ates in the party to two memliors of the Cabinet. He first went to to the Attorney General, ani said: ".Mr. htanbery, you have none II in vour power to nut olwt cles in the way of the enforcement of the laws of l ongreßs. and have pariicuwrlv ex erted yourself to break down the Recon struction laws. Now you must fullv and J clearly understand that if the President does not raithru:lv execute the law we htvtJ just picd, the verv first thins; Con gress will do on reusrinblins will be to impeach hint, Mi.d I for one will exert my self to f.nire that cud," and that he might be perfectly certain it would be brought about. btanbery replied that he frit snrc the President would execute the law so as to avoid trouble, as he was in great and con stant fear of impeachment and the more so, of Ia!e, as he had made up his mind to go at once to Tennessee on the expiration of his present term ami run Jcore the Legislature as a candidate for the United spates Senate. Stanberysaid further, that his own influence would te thrown steadily for the execu tion of the law to the letter. Tlnr next person visited was the Secre tary of the Trrasnry. to whom thismomlK-r said, "Mr. McCulloch. yon have done nil in your iower to disgrace us: you have turned gool honest men out of place every where and filled their places with swindlers and roblKTs. who are plundering the Treas ury aud eating up the revenue.'" Ho thou went on to rejM'at what he had told Stan be ry, that if these things continued, and if the pfseut law was not executed, the first thing Congrcs would d. would be to im peach. McCulloch protested that he had made as few changes fur political purposes as possible, and that he would do all he could to have the laws enforced. In this connection and bcarinr upon the President s apparent determination to re mote Sheridan, it may W stated that sev eral of Mr. Johnson's warm supjortcrs, among them one of his Cabinet, called on himtonrgc th:tt he should Hbaudoti l.is opposition to the Reconstruction law, nd especially give up his plan of removing Sheridan, telling him that he could reap no possible goo.l and only injury from any further contürt with Congress. In conned ion with the charges now so frequent in Democratic papers, that rdcl prisoners were treated with great sewity in Union prisons, the fact has come out in an examination of the record of the Ehui ra prison on lite Surratt trial, that for three 1 months in the spring of ls;."V, out of over live thousand prisoners then confined there, only six died. 1 WasnixttTox,, July 27. It serms to be settled at last that the President is only waiting to see his way clear before removing Sheridan. Nothing new lias occured, the open opprsition he ilig a little less manifest during the late session of Congress, though tlw leading men in the Union party kuewtt'lhu Presi dent's intention fur the last t vo weeks. Grant and Slun'on have almost forced the President to kcp his hands otT Sheridan, and General Thomas has protested iü writing aguinst the change, and they may yet prevent it. The cry of the Presi dents backers is that Sheridan has insulted both Mr Johnson and Mr. Staubcry. One additional reason for desiring present ac tion is the fear that Sheridan may remove Throckmorton and some other leading Texas rebds. snEiurnx's pfccnssoR. The New York Timen' Washington special says: "It is stated to night iu Administration circles that General Thom as has consented to relieve General Sheri dan after the elections in Tennessee, next month. The statement must not Ikj ac cepted as authoritive, as it is well known that General Thomas has endorsed Sheri dan's course, and it is fair to presume that he would not be more acceptable to the Presidcut and his friends than 'Little PM!.'" The New York Tritn'ue'n Washington special gays: "General Hancock will pro bablr !e appointed to relieve General Slier idan." ro LI TIC AT. Sheridan' a Sueee.tr not jt Appoint ed Jenifiral of Governor Thmek iiiortoti, of Texa Frat-ns tit a J'o titival Meeting in Jiiehmond. Washington, July .10. The statement In Presidential circles to night, regarding Sheridan, is Ihat while Johnson has fully made up his mind to displace him, that he will delay until he can have an interview with an officer who is to take Sheridan's place. There isa strong movement still in progress among the Pres ident's friends to induce him as a matter of policy, to keep his hands off heridnn. New Okt.f.ws, July ;;o. The follow im order is in print thi evening: 1 1 r a i ' r a kte its Fifth Mimtart) Dlstkict, New Orleans, July So, tcint Onfc-r No. I a. A careful consideration of the reports ol lircvet Major General Charles Gnilin, United Slates Annv, shows that " J. W. Throckmorton, Governor ofTexas, is an impcdlmcni to the 'reconstruction of that State under the law, he is therefore remov ed from that ofhec. h. M Fense Is hereby appointed Governor cf Texas, in place of J. W. I hroekmorton. removed. Ho will be obeyed and respected accordingly. By command of Major General P. II Sheridan. Georoe L. Hartscff, Assistant Adjutant General. Richmond. July 30. This afternoon while a colored meeting was being address ed by a colored Radical, named Givens, a man named Driscoll, who, it was charged, disturlcd the meeting, was set upon and badly boaten. He was rescued by Ihc po lice, who were followed to the station house by alKHit a thousand negroes; and be had a pistol, which the negroes charge he attempt ed to use In the meeting. A considerable number of delegates to the Convention, appointed by the latecoun ty meetings, arrived this evening. GROWTH OF THE HEFUfiLI CAX PARTY IX THE SOUTH. With such leaders as the Democratic I patty has had for the last seven years, it is not a matter of surprise that it has suffered repeated defeats at the bands of the peo ple. Their tortuous policy concerning the war, ?iul their recognition of the traitorous clans'of the Knight s of the Golden Circle and Sons of Lilx-rty as Democratic organ izations, lost them the confidence of the loyal States; while their unredeemed pledges of armed resistance against the ef forts of the Government to suppress the rebellion, and their fatal advice to Ihe reb els since the war ended, have made Rc publ'cans of multitudes of Southern Dem ocrats. So anxious was the Republican party- to promptly reconstruct the rebel States and to avoid a rupture with a faith Ie President, that Congress offered to admit those States to representation on the acceptance of certain amendments to the Constitution, under which nine-tenths of more of the men engaged in rebellion would have had the right to vote, while none of the loyal blacks could approach the ballot box. If the Democratic leaders had pos sessed common sense, they would have supported those amendments, under which the seceded States might have speedily been represented in Congress, and entitled to participate in the next election of Presi dent. That they would all have been car ried for the Democratic party is conclu sively proved by the present political atti tude of K fiit tick r and Maryland. But Northern Iemocrats weretoo stupid to see the advantages this proffer of rcstora tion gave them, and foolishly advised the South to reject if. This rejection was followed bv the pend ing measures of reconstruction, under. which the colored men of the seceded States are made voters. It was the n the manifest policy of the Democratic party to attract as many as possible of this large number of new voters to its standard. Southern Democrats saw this, and took immediate measures to conciliate the ne groes, over whom they could naturally ex ercise a decided influence; and there - were not wanting Republicans who predicted that the colored vote would be controlled in the -interest of the Democrttic p:irty. But here the fatuity of the Northern lead rrsofthe Democracy came to the aid of Republicanism. Instead of encouraging the course of their Southern pariisans, ihey adhered to their old fashion of abusing the negroes and opposing cverv proposition to tttnt them enlarged civil or political privileges. They s"c:ned unable to comprehend the obvious fact thai Southern negroes wouM not sustain a party in that section, which in the north opposed the admission of col ored people a witnesses in courts, opposed the granting of educational facilities to col ored cliil Iren, and made the exclusion of colored men from the polls, the leading featnre of its tohtic:u faith. This Democratic blindness has led to re sults cf ttie firt Importance to Ihe Repub lican party. I, bus ma ie the blacks, al most universal, Republicans. It has al?o convinced large numbers of influential Southern whites, who formerly acted with the Democratic party, that the South can hope for nothing beneficial from that or ganization hi the future, and that their ma terial interests and the internal repose and prosperity of thfir States can only be e ctrred by an alliance with tho R'.p-ihlican party. The want of confidence in the Northern Democracy, expr?sed by such Southern leaders as Governors Orr, Patton and Brown, an t Generals Ixmgstrect, Thomp son and Chalmers, is becoming more dif fused throughout the South, from day to day; an I there is little doubt remaining that a majority of the reconstructed States will givo Republican majorities. At a recent meeting of the Republican members of Congress, called to hear th- report of the Executive Commit ten charged with the duty of organizing th Republican party in the South. Senator Wilson is re ported to have said, that the elecliou in Virginia would prob iblv 1? held in Sep tember, ntvl the result would astonish the nation. He expressed the belief that the majority which Virginia would irivc would entiilf her to rank among the first of Re publican States. General Wilson is not a man who is If I away by enthu-:am to predict without rcisort what he d 'sires shall come to p's, but is a cool observer and knows whereof he speaks. Confirma tory of h's opinion we find in the ir;ima correspondent of th New York Jrrrld, statements as to the growth of Itepuhü canism in that State which r.rc tnilv sur prising. The lfi ftrfit Richmond letter ot the llth, refers to the large in-eting lately held by the white citi-:is of Alber marla ronntr, which before the w.ir con tained It.ini slaves, wherein t win resolv ed to sustain the Republican party and to send delegates to the Republican" State Contention: and to similar meetingsin sev en! other counties. Tho white ci?i.ens of Iuisa county also met, and adopted the following resolution, which undoubtedly expresses the views of a large portion of the white people of the South. "''rf'"'rl, Believing as unavoidable the connection cf the people of the South ern States with one or the other of Ihe po liiicsd organizations of the nation, and Re garding tlic Republican partv of the United States as the only party which can restore the Union and give peace, security and re pose to the country, we declare our pur-! poe, in good faith to act with thnt party by voting (if permitted to do so) for their candidates for President aud Vice Presi dent, and bv aiding in the election to the Senate an! House of Representatives, when Virginia shall be entitled to rcpre- entatton ta the Congress of the Lnited States, of men who, under all circumstan ces, were opposed to the doctrine of se cession, and whose attachment to the American Union was unbroken through all the vicissitudes of our late civil strueirle." Another correspondent from Wythevillc, in the southwestern part of Virginia, states in that region the black vote and a majori ty of the white vote will be cast for the Republican tieket, ami the indications are that the III pullicr.i.s will carry tho State by g.yMH) majority, elect every member of Congress, and three-fourths of Ihc mem bers of the StMe Convention. The cor respondent remarks that this may seem im probable to those unacquainted with the true State of public opinion, but that it is nevertheless true, and gives these very good reasons why such results msy be an ticipated. "The Radicals of Virginia have adoj ted as their policy a system of free schools and the abolishing of poll taxes, and taxing lands to sapfiort sctiools. build roads anil support the State Government. That pol icy will force the landed proprietors to im prove or sf II their lands, and thus break down the landed aristoc racy. Such a pol icy is not ofily just of itself, but popular with the prxir and laboring elapses. "The Confederate soldiers will most of them vote the Radical ticket. They de sire a system of fiee schools, and hate old politicians who forced them iuto a contest that could never be beneficial to the peo Tho Radical rlubs show that manv a soldier is following Longstreet into the Ab olition camp. In fact, that class of men arc beginning to bo. among the most active wi rke rs in the Radical ranks." . A policy that promises- eneonngement to industry, the Iiupioveiv.ent of the coun try and the education of the children of the poor, inujjt have more attractions for the humble masses than worn out plati tudes 01 state sovereignty, negro equality and other miserable balderdash which forms the fit pie of Democratic? literature. The Republican party is strong because , it Ins planted Itseifupon the plat form of justice add equal rights: while the Demo cratic party is likely to lose its former as cendency in the South, because of its de- votion to dead Issues and its inability to compretienu tue inalienable rights of man. ma. Jour. The Cholera is raging in Memphi,Tenn., and the deaths average fifty per day. -The Piesidcut still entertain the le3ire of superseding Sheridan, WHAT CAUSJW IT! The Herald under the caption of "The Cost of Radical Rule," says: " the people of the United. States paid into the Federal Treasury during the year ISdfi. Jive, hundred and tirent it-three million, nine hnmlred and seventy- seven thousand, three hundred and eight jf-ninc dollar." You ar badly at fault neighbor. Four- fifths of the taxes paid by the people of the United States in iH?C, represented the cost of a Democratic rebellion, not of Radical rule. The attempt of the Democratic party to aunul a legal Presidential election, bv a revolution, imposed a heavy burden of debt upon the country, and increased the annual taxes verv largely. A party thuguilty ought to die of shame and re morse, but the JiTald seems to delight in taunting the people with the amount ol mischief Its partisans have been able to ac complish. Ind. Jour. Many of the planters of Tennosce, acting upon the advice of The Mem- pkit Avalanche, threaten tho colored people whom thev employ with uis- niissal unless thev consent to vote the Conservative ticket. This injus ticc is the greater as in numerous cases the colored men have been working; for share in the crops Tho matter vras lirouoht before Gen Carlin, whoilircct the Suh-Commis- sioners to instruct the freed men to vote as they please, and to keep tm exact record of all cases of uisnus sal. The Western papers bear testi monylo the efficiency of the colored troops on the Plains, and The Leav enworth Times considers the sttpcri- oritv of the men under ficn. Orier son in the Indian War sullicient rea son for increasing the number of black cavalry regiment?. The Republican Congress Com mittce, within the last week, have scuta dozen speakers and organizers into the South. Ihey have gone mostly to North and South Carolina, and Mississippi, as these States re quire most aid. The demands on the Committee grow in volume and corresponding: activity is evinced. The text of the Deserters' Relief Rill, as passed bj Congress and sign ed by the President, is as follows: "That no soldier or sailor shall be taken or held t he- deserter from the army or navy who faithfully serv ed, according to Iiis enlistment, until the 10th of April, lNw", and who, without proper authority or leave, failed to appear in his command, or refused to serve after this date, but nothing herein contained shall ope rate as a remission of the forfeiture incurred bv ii;iv todd er or sntlor of his pay, bounty, pension or otiier al lowances, but this act shall be con strued solely as a removal of any dis ability swell soldier or sailor may have incurred bv the loss of bis citizenship iti conscpienee of Iiis do hci tion." . . 'I look upon Mr. Johnson," said Senator Willson in his speech at Saratoga, "as I l-ok upon !.:!! Run. It was a great lesson t- the country. Andren Johnson stands rteht there, and every time be undertakes t do anything against the cause of iibeity and justice the country rallies and goes further than it ever would have gon? before." 31 r. Wi'soas sj eecli is a very good one; full of kind, cheering, and noble words, lie tells us how excellent the effect of the overthrow of the liv.i dent's polioy has been upon the Sout'i, vi liivh, per snnded at last thnt it is thoroughly and fairly beaten, is beginning to submit with a very god grace. lie pi edicts thnt the reconstruct d States arc destined to become in a very short time the ronghold f radicalism, and assures us that among the advocates of "Etpial Rights for all Men,' of sv.-.t frage for the blativs, North as v.ell as boutn, are Grant, and Sheridan, and Thom as, and nearly every general who has made a reputation. The receipts of Internal Ilevenuc last .Mou l iy, were $1,1 (Jol'i i-t riotv qiote l $!.4') iu New York. For Sale Cheap. fpWO very desirable RESIDENCE , near tlie lower river hridzc Fr putirular enquire of N. W. Noarw.f. lMj mouth, August 1, 1C7 tf. 3No. C. sanxiA simhibus curactuil - iiurapimEYs nOM(EOPATHIC SPECIFICS, ATE rr.OVET. FROM TUB MOST AVTLS ZDerienee. an entire aaeM : HI tuple Prompt L.Uelent, tnd Heliibla. They are the only Medlcinet perjecüy aIateil t popular dm ao aimple that mia takes eanaot be mails in uiin; t ueio; ao barmleea aa to be frt-e from dinger, and t efflcient a to be always reliable. They have rabed the hlghett commenilatioB frvtn ail, aaj U1 al vaya reuUer ealufaclioa. Cents, 1, Cure. Feverw, Cwje?tfa, IaStmmatlon.. !5 X " Uorui, Vrni-Fever, W mn-CoIle. IS t, " Cry luz-Oolie. r Teething of InfaoU- 8 e, " Ularrhrra of rhtl.lren ar alults S3 Iiyaentery. Oripins, B'.iona Cvlio.. M 4. " l'bolern-.VIorbtt, Vn.nliing S3 T, " ( ouh, t ol l, liroiirhltl S3 . Neuralgia, Teithnehe. Fa;each... 85 , rtaidacOcS Mrk-Ura:ache, Vertigo i 10, ! Dyapcpvta, ÜiUoa Otomneh S3 11. " Su ppre.Ked, or painful 1'erioda ... S3 U, " White, t. profiiec lVrhvla S3 1', Crotin, Orach, lilHenlt Breaihlne... 85 It, FSnH Ilhenni, trrsipelaa, trnpiioa 25 15, '' It beumaliklil, lUionmatle Paint.. 83 IS, Fever A; .tzur, t h.ll Fever, Ague CO IT, Pile, blind r bfee-llni; 50 IS, " Ophthal Ulf) er, J orior weaV tyel 60 15, " alarrli, ernte or chronic. Influenza bO i " X hnoplns:-'oUh,voilrDtCvngaa 60 SI, " Aathma, e.prMl Krcnthinr M tl, l'ar DUcharsi ft, impaired Hearing M 8a, " Sicrof.iin, enlarged ji.mts Hwelhagt 60 84, General Oehiliiy, l'hylcnl Weakneea 5 tj, Iropay. and eeinty tecreUon M 88, " Sea-Sit kneas, Bicknet from riJlng. M ST, . UldncyUlicaic, Oravel CO 8A " Nrrtoui Debility, Seminal Jmlaion, iuvolimUry iia- - ehairea 1.00 89, Sore .TJontti, Canker M S' " I rluary Weakiieaa, wetting bed. 60 SI. " Painl'ul l'erloda, with Spaauis... 60 ti, " SiUtlVrlns: at chan-e of life 1.00 t " l-:iilepy, Spasrtw, "jUVitn' Panca.100 H lilf h tli en a, ulcerate J Sor Throat. 60 FAMILY CASES Of SS tars: vlala, mrro cae, eontalnlncr a apeclfle for every ordinary dUeaee a family Is nbjeet Co. and a book of dl- recti on .,... r $10 00 Smaller Family andTravellnK"'"- with SO toss vial..... rtm $5to9 iSpceiflca for all Prl va te D!eae, both foe Ca ring; and lor lr veiUive treatment, in vials and pocket caaea,$2 to f 5 IVThef e Kerne die . by the ca?e or ;!rle bot, re aent to any part of the country, by !ail or x preaa, free of charge, on receipt of Uie price. Address Humphreys Specific - . Homeopathio. Medicine Company, OSJce and Depot, U. 6C2 Bboadwat, Niw Yobx, Dr. nrTrnrKrTii Is connlted dally at till office. perfonally or by letter, aa aUjve, lor au ivia ei (lieeaae. FOR SALE BY ALT. DRUGGISTS. Aignt l,lSC7-Pm. gctv g.flvcrit.$emfttts, Ko. 8. XKRVOUS DEI1ILITY, w- ITH ITS gloomy ttrmlatl,-lor spirits, ilepression, liivoimiiary emissions, los of semen, iprrmttor. rhrra, lose of power, dizzy head, Ion of memory and threatened Impotent e and Imliectllty, And a sovereign Cure In IIUJIPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. TWEXTr-ElCHT.- Composl et the nxwt valuable niilJ aid potent Cur- ativeo, they strike at once at the root of the matter, tone Tip tfc erstem, arrtrt the di Charge, au1 Im part ijjuranl energy, life and vitality to the entire man. They hare cured thousands of vases. Trice, S 1oU;tr per luicknre of s ix lone , Hint vial, nr SI per tingle box. SoM l.y drngicirt. and sent ly mail on receipt of price. Address Hl'Mriir.F.TS' SPECIFIC IIoMEOIWnilCSIKDICINE CO, 6G3 Drmulway, Ntw York. Aug iet 1, 1807-Clft. New Whea,t! New Wheat! I will pay the highest market price in cash for Wheat, Corn, Oats, Seeds, &.C., delivered at mj Warehouse. FOR SALF. Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, and Shina-Ies. Cord -Wood delivered iannj partof ton. Difirt fail to call at the ellovr Ware House, south side or rail road. 37-2m II. G. THAYER. Executor's Sale. Will be sold at PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, at the late residence of Gcoree Ilindel, deceased, one mile west of In wood , .Marshall county, Ind., ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1S67, all the person! estate of siid decedent, not kipt by the widow, consisting in part of the loiiowinfj articles: A Spun of Good Work Horses, one Three Year Old Mar, Cattle, Sheep, one ft'od Two-IIorso Wagon, Ilirness, Bjr Plod, O.its and Corn, Farming Utensils, sorac Household t nrniture, 4c. , s. TERMS OF SALE, On rams over three Collars a credit of nine months, bv purchasers . :.l a - '. ' ... fi ui uoie w on approved security, waiving valuation and appraisement lawn, with Inter est from date; on sums of three dollars und under, cuh in liand. Sale to commence at IU o'clock, A. M., on said Uy. ADAM C HIND EL, Julj 25, 18G7 1.1 Executor. Sale Notice. 0NT THE FIRST DAY OF AUGUST I will sell, vir: A lot of Sh-op, Ilns, Ciws and Calve?, joung Cattle, a two-liorse Bujf ?y, an Iron Cane Mill and Horc Power, House and Kitchen Furniture, nil nearly inw, A credit of nine months will bepiven." Sule to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M at mv residence? , miles south of Inwood. 3. J J. W. CRUZAX. Notice of Insolvency. At the June Term, ISO", of the Court of Common Plea? of Mirsh ill Coijutv, the K.-i-tateof El:jh Winrott, d-'iei . ri declar ed probably insolvent. Crt-ditor? are tfu-re-foro notified t!at the smu w ill ha settUd ;ie corJ'mglj. Tl A XT J V A T ft a ti ti e- t- a . o- -v..'j.u o.iivuort, irn r. Ju!j23, I-Ü7. 3w. AdminisTrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the un h r.-i.'n-e.l h-is been apprint. I Adminotf.it r .f iho estate of Henry Fry, deceased, I ite of M r sliull Co'inty. SüJeatat. U supposed to he s'lvti t. C. IWRKF.fl, AdmV. 3H Public Vendue. Will h? ofTere ! at I'uhiic Hnle, :it the rc-i-hti.-e of Jjin-M T. Fife, near Truer City , On Fridj, Ar;id 'j, In;:, The following articles of persona! jroperty, to-wit: Two or three ColU, ta 3ril--:i Cov.s, :i number of Siie.-', Some IIo-, Wheal tuiil Kvo, iVr. TKR MS OF S A LKOn sums over fire dol larg six months credit, with nore hiiJ approved senility, without interest if paid hen li:. otherwise t. driw ii:(cre-t from !'c. fin s-.inis f five I iil im an. I r.tofer cm?1i i. ilc to eommenee at 1 o'clock V. M., on snM i ir. JAMF.S T. Fl Fr!, D. D. CALHOUN. July 18. 1157 St. a.eciitor'is AtScr. Notice is hereby piven tint the unJeisnril ha hecii appointed Excr of fr.Mre l!in tlel, deeensed. late .f .Marshall C.':i'ity, Itidi aua. The eM-ite ii solvent. ADAM C. II IX PCL, Ks-eutor. July 2.", lrCT It. State of Iiulln aa, .tlar&Uall County, j Notice is hereby 'iven thnt John L. (1 tniz. Adinie: Vrntor v.i the estate of Alex in i. r Klinefelter, (Icccvd. This fi'ed hi petition to sell the rcnl ct-t.ita oftlie decedent, his p-r-S'.mal hein insufTuietit tv p;ij hi tlthts; and that f-iid petition will l o lieard &t the next term of the Court of Coin.-n ui riea, of pid conntr. JOHN C. CUSII.IIAN. July 125. 1 67. 3wJ Clerk. Adntlr.lsC tr.tor'ti Nalo. I will sell :it pub'ic s ile, ON THE 17th DAY OF AUGUST, 1-C7, tt the l ite resMenee of Henry Fry d ee:i d, at the south end of Mixiukuckee Lake, Un ion Township, M.irhall County, Ind.. all the personal proper') of the ileceafed not taken by the widow, consisting in pact ol " head ofHorscs, Milch Cov.v,, youn Cattle, Ho;'S, ShcepGecsc, Wairon anil Harness, Thrcshinr Machine, Fanning Imilemcnt3 of various kinds, Loom, Wheels, Corn on the prro'.tnd, Oats, Wheat, Grass; also Household and Kitchen Furniture, and various other articles too nu merous to mention. Terms made known on d v of avle. L PAKKKtt, A!m'r. Only Manufacturers In the North-West of BIS LETTES riXT AND COMPOSITION 1 ALSO, DEALERS TN Roofing Paint and Coal Tar. fVe can the attention of Che pnWlc to the very cen tral ne that la being made of our Felting hetweon Hie slieating and aidinz of fi ame houaea. It keeps out the wind and dampnes, aud Is said to be eqnal to a brick wall for warmth. We hare had tsixteon years experlen In the Koonng ttmalne in ( hicairo, and in the Mannractoreof Hooflnit Materlala. We are anpplvtng Material to every part ol the Northwat, and on offer snperlor farllitlcs to any eue la the Wotern Country in oar line of basinees. We Refer to the following Gentlemen. nmmcTi. JOmf M. VAN OSDEU L. V HEF.IXH'K. W. W. BOTINGTOX. t BCRI.IN'O A CO. A. FA I" Kit. OTT MATZ. COCU RANK GARXSET. Ü. P. 1 LAND ALL. BTsnrrsa norm. Tnfl OFTT.P aatTTHn.La JWEX hKO. MEAUS, BATHS CO. HALE A AT Fit, F W.B L A TCH FORD A CO HALL. KIMBAKK CO. ,-. P. nor TON A CO. HATDE A KAT. Office, Xo. lt Jtfaeonte Tmnplr, JJo. 85 Dearborn St., Chicago. May ;l, lf?t;7-3m PEUFUMERY. A LAKGE AÖ S0KT3IKXT. just received, at LEMON'S DRU? STORE- DYS STUFFS, fV EVERY KIND AND OF THE V BEST QUALITY at LEMON'S DRUG STORE. ERCI1 ANT'S CELEBRATED ItX OAUGLIXa OIL, an hid.ueinihle aitkl fur the Farmer, prorrietorsof Livery Stable'a and ownen of Stock generally. Beware of Counterfeit. T A. LEMON, Agent. Take no llorc Poison. DR. S. S. COLLINS, OR La PORTE, - . fXD' Would respectfully announce that he will be in PLYMOUTH, at the Parker House, Aueruts zu, zf, ana z&, BOURBON, at the American House, August ztf, WARSAW, August 30 and 31, or the purpose of rartirtng hU jTffriio, r Pr. C-llins would call the attention f th- lornli.l to thr lniirtint twt, that upon a cotrvrt ilimi or exiMiiiuutit n of any diaa will lMinil tli" n u1t. ei-neritllv of its treatment. It 1 not alt"ci-lbi-r i-cw t ruth in lihyiiuloirv, now thforles or new rint !! that istiali.e tliu Kill ol tli ira-tiotier, it I ratlir an accurate nnJ C"tnir-lieriMY knowlnlin1 of .''il eal Seicnco, coupU'it with that itituitir jfiri-cjitioii which i nut itat-ll a lnystt-rv, li:t a n tmuI fvjinty of thu human mind, wlii-li, wImti .1t vrl. jil pir. s pre-oHiilwuee lo the true plix-i lan, nnl rn ilil-.-n Ihm t') liiorn th nature of Iii ili.cw t-r In prscrii $TiU cure, ttuch, iu Cft, i. the criterion of Meti'l Skill. The Tvtor wihS a' fi rail the attrnti n of tlie muted to the MAOSEn' TREATMENT, whi.h h has beeu pra til ing -T yenr5, and ty tin-ana if which he hau cun 4 rae oeyuin tue rcai-ti 01 an medicine, im-h a Coii-mpt of tli" I.iiojj, lnfl i mation of the hivi-r. troth amir and chronic, l'ys-jM-psia. Spinal AfUeth n, I'araly.is or rlj. all Nervuin !ieines, of the Heart, Scrofula. Fit, CliroH ' 'ii" rU-p, arm Inflammation of the eye, and all Kvif-irt m-'Ms cfevrry name, j;r-l.-Mi.I charartiT. F-iiile Vwkni" i-rired In a rtirtrt time lr Mnjr lietic ami Medical treatment. A II curaMe di Mvf yield rwlily ut.d. r hi tr.-a;i:i-nt. fall aud we the Iwh.r lr-f..ce kinu tr-nt:cnl elefhere. l!e in cmiti'lent of K ,l ai if ' i-n t" hie piitiT.t, he hai 'I 'tie f r ihe ;irT c. v i yeur in the city of biport-. II r r;'-iu!ly a-As a id il eal of the f'dlow ini; T ES T 1)1 OMALSi J. a port t, Ind.. Sf-pf. 1, To all trhtrm if may enrrra: I warf taken siek with a Itiiioiis T'ever. wlnVh cliHiij-d in tini-, itiiit a.iiiii"d a Typ Ii i-l !ur;o t'-r of the worst fur in. which t ft mo insetixilde for thir ty SO' l.iTfi. Medien! kill was cxer. ise.l to itn ut nmat, which left ie tree I in part of fever, uml pr--trate. Immediately I wai ei,d with . vrr pain in my ri.-h; hip, .tv' Hin eiuoie 1 until it K-caiiie ni al.u lu in Hcht. 1 could lii.-S no rli. f until I r. i. 1. IVI iin wfift calleJ in. who recril-"t f-r me, and 1 found iiiUiH-diat reiii f, anJ a permanent ciire in lif t ,!;,,,. t HAlU.i: MAT1IKUS. Vv thv iink-rsigti"! -iTtif"jr to tho aix.ve n. irue. i'KKRV KANN. Mil, 51 AffiAltl.T A. KANNARU, MARY MATTI'.KWS. N A K I H A A KM ."I'l'.OSG. IiAi'oinE, Intl.. Jiin. 13. I ''..". I waa afilicled for ninny years itti Liv( ruiicl Kid ney llirea.e. 1 p!n-d t" man y minent .triy i iun hut found n relief. 1 a i roiioiiint d inciirahlo hy all. I thon called lipon Ir '.llilir, horurrit tue iu twenty layi. I low weili .ne him and f fij j"itnls t i.'-V!. w hi h i iti'ire th-iu ever l-elore. Ihc -i:rc ua irl'ect, for 1 am now : e!l n at in. re covery. I'ltoKHE o.sii;.Nl)K!t. fnrK ViM.Atir, Iuj. ute Co., Iivl., l'. For is jear I a nl.'.ici.d m:U Lier I'lteme which vreveiiteil me fii ia doiuf any work. Also, in connection, a chill ):u'.T, .l'.owe.J uj. l.y iiic'nt affeats, pp.vit.g a (tu-at inivüvthi lice tu m, iih much vevr l ain. I CO" ?ii it H h of r "Vci y. In t .t ruiiiK lit ihj.i liiiir. ! tv rj m'Ihb-I I roii:ni ce.i lie ieea!ile. nut through tli :ii j.i. y ri l'r. .uliloj I am petl-..ly roiotuJto sr .1 Inaith. NATHAMLl. U. l!ARKt.!t. Yiir mad'i montJi'y. Coitx-s'ioTid-nt will r ctivc prompt attt iuioii. A 1 Ke,s S. It. Col.LIN.-i. M. r.. July 11, ls.T-tf Lfi-oru, Int. WILLIAM J. SIIAHP S Improved Billiard Tables, viru un AVe!I l.tvie. n to r.wri -r t avy n in n-e. Manufactory, 43 ?frrrrr Strrrt., X. V The treat (.itfl.-trilr .f !ti.f Imp"-'' lU':r,l Tal-1. In retel- ie l it Mi t. m .V. r t to- i c- iiMrfl t l.l'-lili. 1.1 tnl-T lo MIJ.J.lT t!-.- iiicr.-a-illi: d li ned. Me! he if- IloW I 1 J iie.l tu fi i 1 al.T oolor Ith In !i hi. .itnn, or the .i:Vli.- .Ttier.tllj, may f:: r r him. W.J SVirp, li iin prtrtie.d -vp :! ive f-.r -rr-ly fnen'y v ar in fh- in -.n ifjc :;r of t -Ulant fa .!.-. uii-i I: ivinjr ma le a on l"-r of i:..ihl im .ro pint Mt-, h k .iar.iiite- '1'I.. v.hi.h t. r eta tlci:y of .on !i. in--clu it'-.! trti.-'i.i'l M-ii'i.tiile trii:iij. !-. ant el iu- i f ji ar..::ie. iU eh:d I jtis.. e.i.nj.-t iti.in. t. wly inve-it! patent "n PavinT l en pr-t'i.ini.e.l tr t!i i:i t c-ii. nt j:ni' s t I" j". rii r to.my ! - in n;-, lo- i i-i.a' I ! I ' 'i.rn'-h tin l.-'i-t r.ilii:"d Tal l.i m-iii!ife: iiv,'. i:: ; n- I tii' ; . :t . ii'i I -i,.iij the name whi. h h:rj."h Tatdej. i'ii"ly have a'-.j-iireil. IIa!!.. 'n nn I Trti.i uini -i.-iT:Iy :! land. O: I I'tnilit. ii . ri paired at Curt to-t lea. V.'.rrt hy in .il pun. ft ili.v attendt-l t.. S-!i I f-.r d.-. -i-ii'tive ctr -'ii i" an 1 nrie IN, ö --mj W .J. SUAIÜ", U : nr K. Y. cuavKSTS k :: s i i v ; o , a :t o v s:s-s's: x rstxos, u k o v est Fi e: . v a x os 3 BROADWAY, YOliK, m EROADWAY, ITevr York, .'. Ilit AI)VAY, X- v Y. rk, Arr nnrival -2 f-r rr.i'-7''7. i'-i- a'l-l ." -.! '' T-:f. Til"-" t'it I- Iiii the f i-or-r .ii t: -rt. :f 'i V:i :. Ii. A et iUr.r it, ; n -tr ' t;.ii' M1"I'. TV. -V 'i.'- ir.Ti ' t i-i ;' I'l i- .s -ri'-f ' :.f i-r.-r th i-i i t' r ' '..- n-V r. .- iil I r t i.vid ir. ;:;" I i. - N A .'".. " : :n J i. !.r 1 :- ay. AFFLfTr.;) Ui;ST(:lE:! lOfi llAÄ'Ci: KXPOSLil! PAT.I..-C'Ii:-j l.W'I.-mUFd)! lliVl- Im-. .-;-. it :..ii'i -t . i-rie.l in li.ltii it 0:-' I k. LAKMi'.NTS Paris t. d-Ti. mo! N-w York M ; ;i! Ad. : a.;. V!ni-i4:i ; i I -. --"' 1 1 1 t-."irii!. 1' . ,' ti.-irlv A t'tt.-mi.-M Il'.iMtr.-.tii ni, rj.oi- M.M.tnl nn! NVrf.'SJ )-l'ilitv, t'rin.-rv 1 . -. ts Iin; . t. ii- y, .f? - t'.iti . f tin- Flftl.r, Kl let-ya, Cct.ito-'. ii.-r - t'r tr.ii:. !! tli'-ir .ro",.jiii:i'--. !. r.;..i; :tit -f l.ti . ' K-irean h"pitHl va. ti.-r ! iiutl"ri. ro'fal. lej iti:i.it-ßt-! IV'-.'i.-l. iii.-ii.id .f pr.( n:i:.f t. r:;i.l in -?:, "f titnily. Iii, in'.j-.! .1 P.tii m l I...I: l .i: tr-- ilnnsiit, Ac. 3Ia;i- iI IV-e f-.r Jl. . l r- y i.-.l- .l. Alt Im wi.iiM avoi! t!-- harharfj ir .iwit wir': Mer,iiry,Copnit..v. Injer tioi:". C.n:t -rizi i 'n,i;vi l ;.-:fi.-ii. .n;Hc nnd liiHtrimirnt. i . -; 1 . 1 i :. this alnal'lo work, or r.ir.-.ii't th r.x t. r j i-r-. i.u'.l or l v letter, No. ITS Ur.-'vnv, N"-w Y.rk, fr.-n H' A. .! to 5 P. M., ? . r,. e New Yoik. it II th" nddreaa reqiilr'-d. ( '..ufi'.it:., Aärlt , .!. ifVi'ii- ?'., in nl! i ii u-lvat-re. "Wo coih-mx .t'.i-r pap- re in re--mtiiMiiltiijr Dr. LAitMOXT an I Iii. wo: k." 'wrler h .' ;j l'tti. eirrni'in .' .'--., iJj';i' h, Slu-if 7. 't ix;. Af-f-i, 2lr lieul litrieir, f r, ii.'ü ly Tevrillo Iifclot-Tjre.s ! M. 11ETS F'.lt TIIK MILT.IoX. A lo -t ir.r: a?.:' t.l ond-rfi.l j i.l.licati h. A v -.r'c f i r..,, :il).-.k.re.l..i.!r:ivin)ks Dr. XIl'XTi:H'S VAUE 3XKCUM, an ..riin.it a'i t . o-l-ir treatiio :i Hn anil Wmnan, their riiTril.:y. Funrtiona, at,.l ?c'!l 1ioril-ra "f n-ry fciiid. iti: iicrer-fuilitiK Hein iie- f r tli fr .; r nly ciiiw. Th Jimrtu-e if Ia. Ii CS l'K'K ha h-nr nn Still le, MnlwwHdc.1. Int at Iii rari.-e.t licitHti. n ..l ntiuieroima-r-utii, In lie Um-ii iudu--d t n vti-nd ii n:cf1:.at iüal'uIne-M thioujli tlie "YADK ."1 1'- (.!; copy, 8eirely eni-e.vrt, win 1. f .rrard'd free of poetJ. to .toy prf of th Cnit-t rtr.t.e fr .Vi enta in P. . r-tum; Addrii-. pwt paid, Dr. III'X IKK, N'o.3 l'i.ifiou Street, Nf Vvrk. S;ly Ü7Ö.OOO. TIET EVERYBODY SECURE Wh. ' "via " TJrtana Scheme. I 1 Esnd(raa Illustrated Circnlar. -x. il I APORESS : XJ . 1 REA SS BOVINGDON, UR3ANA, ILL. Julv t. IrirtT ?.ÖX - i:.r e- IV, Dä7" Repjtirins proniptlj attcnJe! to. W m-ike our Dot of tlia best of leather. And they trill fti-ml all kinds of wcntlicr; YVc warrant thcra iu every pirt, Because thej are made hv men of art.- BERNARD E. RY0ER. WILLIAM REYNOLDS. Plymouth, March 21, 1667. 20tf ID ATE NT MEDICINES. OF ALL fi. KIND?, to 1-e f.mr.d at LEMON'S DRUG STORE 5 3( 3 A C rai-1 h ZT zi 5 3 J e-- O t 1 " c-- I S ? 3 THE mm pacific RAIL ROAD CO. Arc now con-tnictiiicr a Kailroad frotn O-MAIIA, XEWSASKA, we-itwanl tnirard. th Pacific .-an, tnnlting WUh its coniKi'ti ms an uiihrnk-ii 1 i tic ACROSS THE CONTINENT. The Conip-itiy now offer a lio-.ited amount of their FIRST HORTGAGE BONDS having thirty roar to run, -ml hriring atinnal "fa tert, .tT!,lson Ii - first luv of J.mn.-iry and July in the i-iiy of Sew York, at the fate of Six Per Cent, in Gold, At rVinrl.vcrnl.Non (lie Hollar. Thi roi l i n!r;-i-.;v r m;l:-1 to Jalrhnr;h 37ü m'les Wf-t if On:;ih.i, ii. 1 i fully inilp l.J, and trwini are reiriWlv ri:.t in over it. The i-.iT-j.iiiy h t now on hTi I f.ij'ii. ic-nt iron, tie, etr. t .iiit the r::iii:i::i' ;--rf n t t'n? 'n?t-rn lao "ffhe It m-Vt JT..oiit:iiii, 111 miVii. whtch i nudcr eontrart to hp .t-i-i- Sr;.'''"''' I't i.r t!ii y.-r, anA ft is ev;.-. t.'d t?:-.r t'iw c:i!ir r i.l ill he in runnini? nler fruni i!nnli.it if w.-lrii -..i,ni tion ith the C.nTil Pm ; now tiit .-.j-i ll j- l.nilt eastward frojri y.ii-r.wnento, I'll.. i!!.:n r 1-71'. TSpfstia of the !omj9ftitt. Kioi tf in thi dit iin-9 to h I. .jlr l.y tan I'nion P.-if:- to 1- I." ." !i:;!.. tl,.- I iiifi .! St.i?i-i (loverf. men: i.n i! - S: ( -r -'-T.l.l i irt v-y.'ar n ni t thr Coiiipjiüy a" t!i r.ili- Ji:ii.'i.d at f he avras;s ri ttfu'Miil S.S.i . l ::lile,;iri...llitili totlt.-JO-,. II Ml. The :i;.ui v i fi!." jrie?t!' d to i-i-ne iti or Firsl Mortc-i? It .n.l-i t .i j fil ati:nt, a"d at the sa"i? time, wliioh ty i;-i-i ;- ..f Conr- at- nia li h First 5tort;' rn t;ie ontit? !ir., the Ix-na of t!ia Ciiit I Slat h-iuy r Uuf.C .V f' "r". The (I.iv-rrnn.r.t m:ik' :i hwnti.in oflJoil acre. ofln I to the m;l. rni vrit'ri j - 1 '' ''' e.-roe timatd 1 1 fcs worth ?:.n.i"M,(m, t.i skirtj th total rusoiir.-r-... p. tn-iTe or t?t. ;.it . ? 1 1 S.I 1" ,""; l.nt tho full value of th 1 m l rnn t now t.e ro:ilizL The r.Tf:orir..l f.ipit-il ."lo.-k iTlhe ri.in inj i eh hutiored tni'Mon l'-ü irs. f whi h f. tuil'.i.nif ti ive air -a ty t. -ii r:i It Tn, nu t of hV h it is not iij.""! that tu it than t iN.iitT-.ha nrolii ii- sit nu-t 1 r.nir.-l. The ron of fie ri 1 i t;m ! l.y romjv.'ent rn ijlneera to ! a't nit ono h;i:i In-i i'i:i'.:n V-ihrs, ex- rlneive ofeni.:':eni. Zrostperts for SSttsl'tcas.. T'.t f rrrlr nl r..n i"-i -n lrtw .-e :i i-ii'ii aid th ITa-t i-i now cum;.''.-, :ii.-l ttre eiirni .i.--. of t;e I'nion IVi'i' on th - : 1:11 ;!-.. n i:-h ? f r iti Hra I i nvk i I M:vttr.) .'. !.''i. T!i-- -"tet':il -n.r.i!n; t h r I -r .;r w ill i.i-i h i-i r than ;..ty tUe ii;vr -t o:i t'..- (':. ..it' V t.on.N. nnd l! through !:; :?i s o-.-.-r tti j on ' v lino of iilr.ui.i l--Iwn-ii l.tt '. t i : Iii i'.t i i nni-t irnnoims Vain? ( i'd f,'((it: Itt; af the Th" coin. iov r ' fl' Ü -m''!:::' ' h 't tie .il ove -;:' .:!it I - - - f .,:T .' -ll. !! strity tli'-ir 11 i:-I-. :t i 1 .1 .i 1 ' i:i .:i ii .r. of th'.v .v -li-I enjr . i-t th.it P..t: M !!- ..1! .-.-1 .i:-o t then tn ullli -u t!..'i ir iti " ! 7 m.l.-i ol - .. .1. il v !:i.li i-t 'WV'A'y l:i:lli il !.-' fr !..!.. ;-!-;.!. '-.11 fII.M.t ii .. i ' :';'! i f r : ! He -:: nr i.'.w ini.t U' ni l t!i. r. m iiio:' 1 j7 nil :ir r.-,i- i v i .j !- t.-l. At the pr -nt ri'i' ! (-:. ::!', '.,n r . I t'. e li -t :ny iu. a-: : : i ! i i: " r .' r ; i- : f ee.f.L j... Y!'. a:: it i Is .:-. - " l ii a . ii t!. . :-o ii ; J't . : i i t!i r..-.t I'.t" " v Tii-i .ii It - i !. I'i v vi ili a'.i'v i :ir. rh !,' 'i v ii.t J to . !i ! -ir ii lii-i; ! :t-i: u:it .it 'lit ( i--i-.it 1- -.v r it.- iv:. .j;, tl,. i i l.t t i :i Ciam h , i ji ta.-ir . p i ii. - i' Tii ,. v. .'A i .- ; . 1 i i S x V..: "s "'Tl l'i 'M ink. : X . : m V. w k. y ... 7 .a-.-i C v.Y.. I" ! ;t X t'.;., JtxvKi i s M '.Vail . t , Ju:i- J.ft-.j AS. . HiNsi:, J ... : : .V.,tl S ... I:i I;-. M .:i:h. i -- !".M -I ..:'; .i i n !. -. m ; , in 1 'y 1". XX ! P '. v C ;; -.; -r.i'Iv ihn eli .'i t':- !' !:' I : ' of v !i.ii:i an I ! -.-ri'tie ;i tTtiph'. N tn ty ii . . Tli " .ii .'- -n t :.l i:l f.-::i t 'i i J-i.-i ty's ' . N". ."? V.-.i: vrv. S v." Vo. k, ...-i 'i ;i . : i. S'j'. i' .: v il 1 -.-t iii -ir .ov.i A ? 'i's i.t 'i i ti tt.i-y L.-i - .- :i 'i -I ir- , v'r. ;..:: ;: 1 r :. to t'i i f r tho , '. v i t of I..,;; -t. J ti:.: 7, l-i-7-h-t- !tn. rsE ritATT & Bcxcnrir CELEBRATED MAGIC GIL, Warrant! ia case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Eruiaca or I'aiua. Tkc Best and Cheapest Horse and Cattle Medicine la the World! ,,Y i t, i mt mm .in imml CeX throughout the I'nitrd States and Can- atlas during the last S3 yenra For the cure of the various Diseases to wbleö Horses anil Cattle aro Kul'.ifft; such fia Founder, Distemix-r. Hide 1'ound, Ixis Of Appetit. Invranl Strains, "Yellow YVfttcr, Fistula, IVdl Evil, Scratch's or Grensc, llanjjo, Inflammation of tho! Kyes, and Katipuo from Hard Latir; aKo, Ulu'nniatism, (-oinmonly eall?i Stift complaint), vvtiich proves fatal to ao many valuable horses iu this country. - - - - r SLOAK'S CONDITION POWDER IIa th largest sal of any Hon and Cattle Medh ein in this country. It is composed of herh. aad reoti and for mildn., eafety, certainty and thorenrtrneaa, stands preeminently at th kai of th liK cf lurat and ehttU AWiWnrj. It carries off all nr" hnmor. prever.t lireM fre4SI fecoming still or fonnderins;. pnr ifles the Me4, looseu th skin, and pves it a rtiuxuh and f kf y appcarate oteaaaes th water an t s rncthns every part of raa body. It ia also a aafj aa certain remeiy for co(W M4 colds, which generate to many fatal iieaae Th Cow requires to t supplied with an abendanrs of fond not to mike her fat this is not avtirnl. but to keep up a repnlar secretion f milk, and aJt owners of cows will Bail by aiirinc; them SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDERS twice a week, a large increase ia quantity and jualiey f milk and cream. It carries off all fever and unpur. . - r .1 i.i i in.. . m . C . 1 r 1 n . snson by a rich and ahamlact flow ef milk. The rUrmer i bepnninjr t bo war of tK alall properties of (Slonn-s C'ondltiou roirdfr, promotinjr the -oudition. f h!a elcei and prerentiag oanv of the diaeam of el! the !vnitrticnteJ aoiaiata. " atA Sfty ent packa of rSlMTl, Cvnditf Pvw1r pat Into a ban-el cf swill is better fhaa bnshel of r orri to fit ten a tuyz. and is rraia fw tive of Hog Cholera. Blin4 f t;gers, aad ther tliseaael common among hog. CAFTIOX. To protect CTirselvea and th paVtt from being imposed upon ty worthless imitatiotea, f cennine will bear the is timUt Signatare f tb pr prietors on th wrapper. - , PRICE 23 R0 CTS. P7TR PAfTvAGE ' ' For tal by DrnsgutJ and MerAants evrTj sfcere. P. a Dm war gyoVM iii'ii.kviatt iiiaU mww Sold at Retail l)r (. T.LAIN & CO., T. A. LEMON ndTEUSUING & CO. STt. 2(i. 1 G yl . .." RING'S VEGETADLE AMBRO StA, A RAUK AKTICLi; l ull TI YE I . SMoclva LEMON'S DRUG STORE.