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MONDAY, APRIL 11, IB64. j i the DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 8KCBlTAY OP STAT. WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG, , ; ' Of flonaca Cei'my. ' ; ' HUI'HE .ntmn, - ' ( rail. renal,) PH1LADKLPU VAN THUMP,. Ol Fairfield Coir ty. (to fill Y.oiaats.) 11 1 l.ons Veeawv, ; . MACHIAS 0. WblTELKY, Ml Of HUKOCk CoUolV. Short Vai-aoejr, , i . ALEXANDER 8. BOYS, Of Highland I'onuiy. A1T0RNKT OKNKHAI., LYMAN K. CRUCHF1ELD, Of Holmes County. OOMPTEOLLIB OF TH TSEA8URT, WILLIAM ft. V. PKEN11S3, , . . of Fnutuil County. ... . SCHOOL COMMI8SI0NKH, ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY, Of Hardin Coudct. ' BOARD OF FOBI.IO WORKS, IrVLL TBKM.) ' . I i ' AM LARWILL, i ( Of A.hlnd Ceunly. (roa v.c.aor.) CHARLES B0K8KL, , Of AUKlaisa Ooooty. i I ami but ject News Items. A good deal of excitement . bag existed during the last few days, in Cincinnati, in consequence of the swindling operations of the firm ot Bidwell 4 Co., who open ed a commission house there sometime in December last. Bidwell and his his part ner, Kibbe, sloped on Wednesday night of last week, and were followed by detec tives and overtaken it a house near Oo i sheri, in Clermont County. Bidwell was shot three times and captured, but Kibbe had not been caught at last accounts. The swindle appears to have been con fled to transactions in Jewelry with sun dry dealers in that line in the city. 1 Forrest has been threatening Memphis for several days, The Federals, it is said, only hold two points in Mississippi Vicksbnrg and Natcb.es. Guerrillas occupy pretty much all the rebel territory presumed to have been con quarts! by the Federals, except within the immediate lines of our scattered armies. John C. Rives is dead. The Senate Committe on Foreign Re lations, don't know exactly what to do with Winter Davis's French interference resolution, which passed the House with such woudoiful unanimity. They have postponed action on it, until the views oi tK A r)minitrtini are known. TheMon t now be thrown over vill be incurred of a very L rative character. Hur rah for Lincoln, aud George Thompsonl Gold, according to the telegraph is on ly 084 te-day, having fallen from 71 since Saturday. Figures will lie occasionally arThore is a delusion very prevalent, and very pernicious, that any crime may ' be committed with impunity, if, by any train, the surface gloss ef 'loyalty' can be thrown over it. The thefts and rohbe ries of private property in the South, and the diabolical outrages daily committed on individuals in the North,' are all the outgrowth of this delusion. From this hal locinatioa there will one day be, to fulom of every gTade,' a painful awakening, We know that the moral sense of the people has been in great part stiHed, and the public judgment much perverted an distorted by the fiendish influences inei dent to this war. Bat we assume that the bloody conflict will some day come to an end; and, if all experience is not at fault, the public mind will speedily resume its normal state, with the abhorrence of crime oppression, and cowardly enielty, whic ,i distinguished the masses of men before the ' strife began. : The civilization of our race the precepts of the gospel of Christ; will I re assort the supremacy temporarily lost and Retribution God's own appointed . providence will do its inexorable work. . Punishment will be invoked, in the very spirit of that Oriental code, which, thoos audi of years ago, asserted: ''Punishment is the defender from calamity; pnnishment is the guardian of those that sleep; pun ., isbnisni, with black aspect and a red eye, terrifies the guilty." There is no es cape; for men cannot elude the moral law and government instituted by Deity. . The ' festering carcasses of men, powerful and , triumphant in their day, have been diggei out ot their' grave, and chained to the gibbet; miscreants, who have invented new mode of cruelty, and new methods of op pression, nave fallen victims to their own devices, and the weight of jntamy a sort of damnatioa ia itselfofteu fastens ojiou tha mauiorv. and deeraaes) even XU on- . , '.;,' fl..i spring of petsoM who, for time, floated on the current of popular appiauan. Butler,' and' Sumner, and Wade, and U....1U. .ml naiintlesi other whom we VUBUUvi w need not name, look with fear and appre- ed try on out n ne j htmsion t' the inevitalde coming "f tlie ily, when no loyal tliiof or rubier, east oi west, will dare to maks exhibition of pi anos, or book, or tIte, or ancestral rel- stolen from the sacked dwellings of Southern people. In that dy there be R fearful reckoning, and wo unto those whose deeds will not bear the scru f of regenerated public sentinivn ft reawskeued and newly asserteil Cljrit-tinhjty. ' ' ' ' ; ! The march of Niggerism. Tha ('inrinnnti Gaulte anolwrises tor d- veting its whole outside to Hko. Tuovi-son pouches and reeeptious in Washington uil hilndetphia, in the following significant Ian- nope: We devote much spare on the first rasp, not mors than tha importance of the sub justifies, to accounts from special come pondenta ol the very enthusiastic reception ol George Thompson, Ksq , at Philadelphia and Washington, with a full report of his ipeeeh delivered at the National Capitol, in the latter ly. More conclusive illustrations of the rad ii I change ot sentiment which has taken ace among all classes on the slavery mies- lion could not be found than is in the difl'enwit treatment of the distinguished Kuglish Aboli- unuit at the present time and on his first visits. Thirty years Sun be was mobbed id barely escaped alive ; fourteen years airo e was hooted and derided , now he is cheer and welcomed by all." No, not by all I The whole ImoTutic party of the North, liYsjji'je GtosiiE Thompson, nd hold hitu ss a public enemy to our conn aud mankind. The Republican Abolition. sis welcome him with "supple hinges" and fulsome tonges, for the monstrous crimt of aving been largely instrumental in bringing the bloody drama of civil war in America, and for no other reason. The meetings in Washington and Philadelphia were undis" guisedly meeting of congratulation and exult' ation for the triumph of Abolitionism, with. a thought of regret or a tear of sorrow, for bat it has already, and may yet cost, of the best blood of America. Thousands upon thousands of brave while men, standing as it were upon the graven, or tbe very blood of their slsughtered com rades, are about to be asked themselves to bleed and die, and fur what? Why that Geo. Thompson and his abolition crew, may contin to noia nign carnival over tneir bones in honor of the nigger, of one another, and of John Brown. S3T When a bare statement of the pol- utiou newly known to the people under the name of miscegenation, does not CHiise them to recoil in disgust from the abomi nation suggested, it is not at all worth while to waste time iu any appeal to the public reason. Miscegenation, heretofore, has been distinguishing feature of the lowest, vilest brothels; it was the crown ing horror of the Five Feints; outside of these haunts and purlieus of iniijtiity it could have no toleration. It is now pro posed to inocnlate American society with this moral pestilence this barely modi fied bestiality and such is the deplorable condition of the public mind, that outside of the Demoaitttic party, we hardly wit ness a manifestation of ivsuutmeut or dis gust. " Poor Maryland. In the State of Maryland that famous ass, Lew Wallace, is exhibiting himself very conspicuously. He is in command of that department, and has to outdo Bchcnck or sink into decency and itmig uificauce. So large a contract us eclips ing Bob Sohenck in meanness keeps him in hot water all the time; but with all his willingness, tbe Lord gave Scbknck ly fur the best start. Charleston to be Iron-clad. The indomitable energy of the American people, and their infinite capacity of adapting themselves to the circumstances in which tbev are placed, are well exemplifiedby the action ot tbe citizens or Charleston, who now look upon a state ot siege and tiery bombardmen as tbe normal condition of their city. Tbev are accordiuly erecting an iron-clad church in wbicb they may perform their devotional ex ercises undisturbed, aud propose to rebuild the whuie city alter that style of architecture. This being done, all they will ueed to make them perfectly happy, duriug the remainder of their natural existence on earth, will be the inventioa of a light and portable boombproof umbrella, which will enable them to take phys ical exercise without rear of . iron-bail belch ed forth from the guns of the Union baiter iei.N. Y. Alia: News from Cairo and Below. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.] CAIRO, April 10. A scouting party under Major Hobb, went from Mew Madrid, on Thursday, and campei in tbe woods 60 miles below. Guerrillas sud denly appeared, killed the lieutenant while asleep, also a sergeant, and wounded nine others, four badly. Alt who oould, ran to the river, hailed the steamer Darling coming op, got aboard, and returned to New niadrid. Persons from Padueah to-day, say the reb els are in foree at Mayueld, threatening to advance again. uaio. u,, Gaa. WismsoTos, April 10. Jno. C. Rives, l ,A Man,.tm P HI.!. In. mwiT JMtt proprietor of the Coogress'ional I uioos, uiea ta-uaj at nia miwucs, an wiiea ! out of the city, of out 10 fcM in f(Jiliog,hlh tbe stomach. He fur some mouths. Doing an injury puts you below your eue my; revenging one makes you but even with him; forgiving sets you above him, FROM MEMPHIS. Latest News from below via Cairo— Latest News from below via Cairo— Grierson badly worsted--Attack on Latest News from below via Cairo— Grierson badly worsted--Attack on Memphis predicted--The 17th Army Corpsenroute to Washington, &c. [Telegraphic Correspondence Cincinnati Enquirer. CAIRO, April 9. Memphis advices of the evening of the lib, are that Gen. Grierson had returned on Wednesday from his expedition to Bomer ville, at which place hs met the enemy, and got badly worsted, the eaemy following him up to the outer fortifications of the city, where their pickets were plainly visible from the roof of the Overton liospital. On Thursday A. M. all business 111 the city was suspended, and the militia were under General Bucklsnd, ths Commander of the I'ost, held in readiness for a momentarily expected attack. 1 he nth Army Uorps, Geo. Mul'berson commanding, were en a (lent of steamboats for Cairo, to report at Washington, via Indian apolis I Only two points in Mississippi, are now held by the federals, viz : Vicksbnrg and Nntches, all the territory back of the river being aban doned. ' Hundreds of negroes are being daily foe- warded North from Memphis. i lhe Missipni river is lined with Guerrillas from Memphis, up to a point near Cairo. So yon are going to teach school ? ssid a young lady to her maiden aunt. 1 ell, for my part, sonnpr than do that, I would marry a widower with nine children. J would preler that myself, was tbe quiet reply, but where'a the widower? The London Herald, the organ of the Tory party in Great Britain, says that unless Napo leon and Maximillian recognize the south, the Mexican expedition is a fruitless waste of treasure and blood. ta3T0ver three hundred wagons have al ready passed through St Joseph Mo., on their way to the gold regions of Idaho. All were heavily laden with merchandise for market. The wise man draws mors advantage from his enemies thau the fool from his friends. Declaiming against pride, is not always a sign of humility. Dress and Clock Making. FASHION ABLK DHKHS A CLOAK MAKIXti. Mltm ANNA MUH9KR, fashion. Me trest wet C'loftk Maknr, begs to iuforin her old iustomrt huU the public genentlly that tthj hn opened ln p flu Third utrftet, over MoDfkBiels' More, (third atory ) f-Mi HolfciiM ouutorn, and will luruish dreus and elcmlt (nmmiuK if denired. ulldSw Notices. NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. SKAI.ID PROPOSALS for building a bridge oter Htillwntffr, iiwir Harrittbii r(j, id ttnti county, will 'lm recivii uutll uooo uu Monday, Uie id day of Atsy, lm. . Separate pmpotMM to oe man form masonry aim flithri-Htrurtiire. Widdra are aUo lo utala wuat ttiy I allow fur tha uld bridge. The I'wmniiKtiiouers, al heretofore, reserve tha i&M to reject any and all bid if they think St. The plan and apecincalionx are to be aeeu In this office. THOMAS O. LOW 8, , allitttawlt Auunor Monigonriory county, Ohio. Journal copy.) NOTICE. T a. WALTERS has disDosed or his rirua stoak. l . Ac., to Jmen B. Walter,. The old buninbHS will oe settled by either of the j name of Walters ft Kelso will I uraauU . iiUki, and the ttrm conunued for tha madS NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. KA ac un BALED proposals for the building of a bridge arrtmft !iitwtt,r, unar jiarnnnurai win nw recwiv until Saturday April S. lstll.at the county Auditor's Ottice, where plana and Hpecifications may be seen. 'the County Caminisaioners reaerva the right to reject any or all bids. Auditor Montgomery County, Ohio. Dayton, Hank 10, lmrt-mKl l.laawlt Millinery. Merchants and Milliners WILL FIND WITH DBVOTJ 5s CO., S3 and 85 Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio, THR most elegant and varied aasortment of MIL LINS.HY liOIIDS inUieWe.t. KlUiiONS, BILKS, FLOWER8, AND Ladles' & Hisses' Straw Hats A Booaets. Our long experience in thla branch enables us to present the bKST SYVL.KS at thet.OWK.ST FI11CMH. Our H11AWL AND MANTILLA STOCK is complete. orders will reoeiva prompt attention. DEVOU 00., mal&dlw 88 and 86 Pearl street, Cincinnati. Legal. ATTACHMENT NOTICE, John A. Mi'Uahon vs. luaae W. Vinyard, flurlea Vinjrar.t and 1'atlerson H. border, uVfHn.iauuj., Su penor Oonrt of Mont jorowry Count bu'hr'enl. Ohio. At- ma M derednuts, Ihsw W. Vinyard, Charles Vinysrd L and l'ntti.rHin H. Suvder, di.lenilanle iu the atiova aiilinn. will take noutia Uuu on the iljth day of Janua ry, 164, a pelitiou was bled avaioift them in Uie Su uerior Court ol MHHaoinery ooooly. atate ef Ohio. fur the sum ol oue liuudred and Iweoty-ttva dollars, Willi imerest unon fifty dollars from UototierSU. lhtio. and upon tha balance from Jun 'jn. lHtS, for prolea- miouki services reu.ierea inem oy tne planum aoova named, and ttiat an attachment waa li,ud asaiust thvir property upon theiirouud ol their bning uuu reHiileulM of the Mlte of Ohio. They will lake notice that uuleMH they appear sod anawel to the petition so tllt-d HKimiMt theut, by the id dnv of April, A. 6. 1SH4, Judutnmit will ae taken asaiust theai for tha amouut baid Caivt, aad lueir property aold iU 111' Uireat as npecibed, at tha April term next of the property aold lo piiy the etmi JullS A. McMAUON. jaLSIwS ATTACHMENT NOTICH. Mary Jane Bright, Admimstratril of Wis. Bnahl'a mmUW, fittiisistl, ftMsUluL Joutut Uo3KUIe itiutl, aMailia! Jouaa Uueamey l(iiiiiliii.t. tittlora J hu Uuriielt, Ju'Uoa ol the Peaua of Jef. rir'tt towuthip, Muuigtnerjr uuuutjr, Amouut leUinOU 91 IO Ti an order of Atuuhmeui iu tbe above aatiou tar the sura of una hundred and tjftfeo dollara and ae- only live oeuts. t'ase set for beanna on lhe l&ln day el MRnh.isai.aise'cloukA.M. ' iaif mast jani bkiqht. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVIIITH CONGRESS. Washihutoh; April 9 Unva(-Mr, Col fax offered a resolution proposing the expn- sion of Mr. Long of Ohio lor sentiments ut-1 tered yesterday favoring Uiu recognition of the Southern Confederacy. Mr. Cnliax, said he ollcred the resolution. notes the result of constitution but on his I own responsibility. It these sentiments are to go uurebuked, we conul not complain of foreign governments reuogni.iug the confed eracy. If thus from this hull, the giving of aid and comfort is unrebnkej, you ought not to ask of your soldiers to imperil their lives for those whose desertion is openly advocated. He had pondered upon his duty and felt that he had a doable obligation on him as the pre siding officer, to administer the duties of the chair and the rales impartially, and other du ties as a Representative from Indiana. . Mr. Cox declared that the. Democratic posi tion of the Ohio delgation was against the rec ognition of the Southern Confederacy. He (Cox) would not destroy the Constitution, for without it there could be no Union, and therefore ne well regulated liberty. We have be said to take back the old States under the Constitution, to restore the Uniou. That will be the issue next autumn which the Democra cy will contend for. We will never yield up the country either to secession or to abolition ism. Mr. Allen of Illinois expressed his surprise that the Speaker should descend from bis chair and offer a resolution to expel the gen tleman from the House for words uttered in debate. It was without parallel in the histo ry of the country. Although be, Allen, was against sacession, the gentleman from Ohio had a right to express his sentiments. Mr. Harris of Maryland, endorsed every sentiment uttered by Air. Long and he would stand by him for weal or woe. If there was any honesty in the Democratic party , they weuld rise like a hurricane and sweep away those who are preying upon the very vitals of the republic. He Harris, was not only in favor of recognizing the Southern Confedera cy, but of acquiescing in secession. A scene of great excitement ensued owing to the words of Harris, and tor this be was compelled to take his seat' ' ' ' Mr. Fernando Wood said Long had declar ed in his written speech that he wou'd prefer recognition as an alternative rather than that tbe people of the South should be subjugated and extermited, and he, Wood, endorsed them and they could expel him lor it. Mr. Mallory, though not agreeing with Mr. Long, regarded the proposition as extraordi nary. He yielded the floor to Colfax, who, in order to see in printed form what Long really had uttered yesterday, moved that further con sideration of the subject be postponed until Monday, which was agreed to unanimously., Mr. Washborne of Illinois offered a resolu tion to expel Harris of Maryland for utterance of treasonable sentiments. Mr. Pendleton rose to a point of order, contending the resolution could not be enter tained. Mr. Washborne replied, insisting that the rale had been specifically complied with. TheSpeaker pro tern decided Mr. Waah burne's resolution to be in order. Mr. Washbnrue moved the previous quest ion, which was sustained by the house. Mr. Ancona moved to lay Washburne's resolution on the table.' Not carried. Mr. Washburne's resolution to expel Harris was not adopted. Yeas 91 Nays, 6tf (two thirds required.) . . . , . 5 a atabals take Cap ltaokont lilghtnauaa, Fobtrshs MoNReK, April 8, Last Sundny night 40 rebels landed on the wharf at Cape Lookout, and placed the keeper and his wifo under guard. They destroyed all tbe oil, and exploded a keg of powder under each of the towers ; the windows being open, lightened the effect of the explosion, and but severed 70 feet of the stairway, and destroyed tbe Inn tern which is injured so much that it will taks several days to repair iL [Special to the Dispatch.] Washington, April 9. Tho Republican Members of Congress are confident that the Constitutional Amendment prohibiting Shi very, will receive a two thirds vote ' in tbe House, lhe tax Bill will not be ready till Tuesday. ' ' .' ' 1 [Special to Commercial.] Washington, April 9, Special orders issu ed preparatory to active operations in the Army of the Potomac, has produced a decid ed sensation among tha Suttlers and Camp followers - Officers base bsgan to send sur plus bsggsge to Washington. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. War News. New York, April 10 Tbe Uerahti army of the Potomac dispatch reports great dam age lo the railroads by Saturday's storm. Sev eral bridges were carried away. Tbe bridge over Boll Ron is entirety gone. All damage is ex peoled to be repaired to-day . A New Orleans correspoodeut seems to throw doubts on the authenticity of accounts of battles, above the report of the sinking ' of the rebel rain Tennessee as Mobile papers say nothing about it Our fire on Port Pow ell was suspended. ' Our gunboats and mor tars are withdrawn to Pensacola. . . "The rebel ram Nashville is nearly completed but not so formidable looking as the Tennes see ' i The Worliti says it is reported that Gen eral Smith will. command two corps to be or ganized effort Monroe to be moved up the Peninsula while tbe army of the Potomac keeps Lee's forces occupied and Burnside it ia presumed will altempl the old route to Holds- boro, cuttiug the railroad there. The move- meufc will he delavod bv Lhe laia aLorm. Tbe majority ot tbe Committee on Elections have resolved to report' in favor ol Ulair'a right to a seat ia ths Horse. The minority will report ia favor of Knox, ' As soon as the question is settled Blair rssau.es his command in lbs Held. . . i , War News. Rebels Strengthening their Forces and Intrenchments. nr v. a i 11 tu. mt.m ial savs information shows that lui rebels are ttrengthening their fortifications along the ai A il..J I ..a.. rf Orange A Alexandria railroad and building works between it and tne Fredericksburg lia is daily receiving large access- to his ai mv. 'A tax of l Id on whisky is prrtty certain. XXXVIIITH CONGRESS. Wasbisoto, April 11. House Mr. Hoop Introduced the National Bank or Currency The consideration of which was post poned till' Ssturday. ' Dayton Market. DAYTON, April 11 " nATtSITMAN'S FLOUR Red whe , hiilesulu fi 00, retail 0 50. WHKAT 20f.Al t. CORN 85 ; Shelied 9094. OATS fiS. KYU 1 10(3l IS HARI.KY $1 20. I COh'KKK 42oV5. HtKIAK--lH(120. N ! 'EGOS 15()1H per do. WHISKY 105. CI1KKSE 16(17. - ! URIKl) PEACHES 1618. v PRIED APPLES 9(3tl2. BKANS Pet bushel $2 603 00. J HAY Timothy J2 per ton. TEAS ft OOfiU 60. HICK U per lb. 1 BUTTER 10(A45, i LARD 12foJ15. i New York Market. NEW YORK, April 11. Cotton Quiet and steady and upward ten- dencr at 7r)f.7b. Flopb Excited, at 7 50(3) 7 C5 for extra State. Round Hoop 8 00. Whkat 1 . 1 ;a 1 17 Chicago Spring 1,70 (oil, 72 Milwaukee Club; 1,661,79 Winter Red. .. . . Cork No reeepits. Oath In very tair demand and steady at Fork Unchanged at Ut4. . r) . (. JlKKf. Firm and ateadv.' Bottkb 40. ' ' ' ' -U , Cot Musts Firm.' - ' ' r ' Labd. A shade firmer, 13(ai3I. Whisky Quiet, attl 10(3)1 12 tor Western Pktbolxii at Firmer, 35 Crude; hb refined Bond, 62(o Free. Naw YonK, April 10 -Stocks irreg closing firmer. Money G and T per cent Ster ling quiet and -steady at 74. .Gold 60. 20 Coupons 106, 6's '65 Coupons Hi Use year certificates 9!)J. New York Central 142f Erie $1 Tj. Beading $1 62 J.. C. B. 4 Q 45 .- '. ',. ., I Clothing. 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THK ikill ofthmnflioftl faulty In treating diem of th tralp hMaio matoriiTof CBe, oefii twt hy lht, lh mo pflPUr niwwn i mm iiuiiinu from. It t not to b wotired at. m ti r-quir jfrett RtiKly, dp r nearoh n4 carful tn?t.ritfrtion of thwuM whinh proiiuc the di HiiIchm tlip pip m diit;ori, it an utter impoHihtMty t pntd PMtm llm diwfi nntl fflrt a prniint'nl i'iir. OiMpaMa of th op h leo pronounre! iiK'urniiifl Uy onifl ol lhe most eminent pliynioiiij. I bavo de owti , T KAHK UP" KTVUI ' : ' To thii pculir iTt f thn hiirosn tram, and I am aMUvneu iti i (!""" TUR OHL.Y HRMKDT 8faa known, tha would pprmammtly arad.catn Ihoa loath no tn dmeaaoa oi uta waip i. e., 8 ALT RHKUM, SCALD HEAD, nd othrCiirRDfoua df and ntntorci iho hair to (how alio mv Muonie uuu- 10 matta , good tho aaneriion, I will forfeit . . ,T FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS If I fall to oura the womt oaa of dipaaed soalpa of the ion treat aianainf, who ma ONfiTOKMUISB HA IK RKSTOREll, t , , t RpaU tho fnlVowioc: , . (TtotimomU of ilia. Sarah OouUI.) " ' ALBAMir, NW YOBK. Faov. DaMuav: Two yeftr ago my walp bwame iuisN0d.and ntv hair comnieunt'd In Fall out vrv fust. I'm .iirsiuH) Miiraad uutil ntT walp waa ona ronmlfte aor. It hpcame ry paiuf.it; hit r-at at night hrokfti; the hurninHm( itching wnnniictn waa uuHiip portnhle; I would apply rnit)dy after remedy, hi.t, only momentary rii3f. I ronanUv'd arveral phym mana of thtaoity. I waa nifnrinpd by them that thv aiHimnr Willi wiimmi 1117 pupiij wm iiejiitrti wn msf "nil Kh'-um.antl tht thev oould not oenfttt mw. I rtad your advttrtitemfnt and flencludtMl to cnnault you. You aaMurod m thnl you would eiaUu'Htsft tho diaraMo and rentore my hair, which had tet?ume ory thin. With that ajwiraiHi I placed niVHeli in your hndn, and the rnaulfa are, f rave a .uturiat tiMtd of hair; my walp ia oerfeftty well, and my hair haa ceaaed to fail out. RfMpvt fully yiirs, Mil. Hii.l OoiiLwrNo. 117 South Prarl atrmt. It la a fa acknowledged hy all who have ufd the Hair Koatorer, and their name ia Legiou, that it m THE ONLY PREPARATION That would enVrUinlly and permanently reatore tha hair of thoae no are baitaau prewiu THE HAIR FROM FALLING OFF. The larue and rapidly Increasing aale of Roatorati ro fa the strouire-d eTidence ol the manifold be dp tit a it is conferring upon t TUB HUMAN FAMILY. The rortfldenoe of the public has been obtained, and the? all suite luaisMting to it Bierttand vast superi ority ( KTrintrhdued. I do not recommend mr prepftra tiou tneauae hair to grow six teot in trebly ah many month, as 11 is a mmpieimpoaniwrny, auu uiaiiy iu conftifdent with the laws of Nature. To thone who are skeptiral or inoredoktua, I will matt bona Adeottur: I will forfeit 91,900 it (On Thouaand Dollars) If I Tail to tnre the worst caaesot' partlaJ balduoas. under fifteen years' stand ing, with 1 a Es uniii vj n. n ink aftia nv.r 1 unnn, This wnderrul remedy te sold by dniflxnts uenor- ally. r luup uhuuuii dab nui; uiri ir at.nv run 11. K.B. Cures suaranteed in every ww whofe the di rections for 1 se are implicitly obeyed. sriTice. 91 per doiiip, or an hotnea mr?;. Bole Proprietor, Kp. Drunffe Hircet, Altinnv, Nfw York ruin. n. rt. nr. MUtin, Professional. ICLIIIII TIIOitlPMON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW AN1 NOTAKY I UBLIO, WIM. ktbeud 10 taiHineps tHruttJ to hirti with (lihKsjnce. proiiiiiloemi nod fjiri. 'OttiiiMiij tyor- tnan'i Bu I'Ihik, imuth of Odlm A Cnhill'i oHIce, m the room outiUieU by T. U. Lowe. uia'ji:Uiwijr Dr.WJLUAM J'IGHY, PHYSICIAN AM) SLK(il0. OKriCR Third streal,opisile the Public Square, Uaylon, Ohie . . Hudll Upholstery. CHARLKS KASC1IKK, GGEUAL irilOLSTERKR, OHIO BtrOOK, THIRD BTJIKKT (MR. HITTXLL'8 ALlj kiDdoof Upholutenog, nuoh tm Hofus, Ohtirrt. Stools, MsVtnuMt, An.. iloue toortier. Oari)Htn ;ut aoil fltteftl, wiutiowourUinii hiiiift HOti ll kiaUx ot re pairing done t Hie hurtent oottce aud most reasona- Die t nil it . Refm-meMmyoT Ouleipie aad Barney, Parker t Oo. aulU For Sale. A CHANCE FOR ALL. I WILL eell at ptibltn aiWinti on HATU RUA Y, AHRM, iU, 18(14, the premtHea nix tnitta wetl of luvton. on the Iiitsvrty Tuinpike, lhe fami tormerly owued ly Ortfrnr Btvk, coDtaiiiinu lftMm'r. HAid taoti wttl i auld in loti ot from Vi in 15 wmu each; the timber land will be aold in loU ot from 3 to 4 aorea, so aa U upuy ah lot with timber. Baid Ma will be ao laid outtlmt eat h will he fronting oil a mail. Th land ia of the ieH jumy, a targe proportion Deing ncn i-iar-ic noil, well adapted to ramtui Uioaooo. Haid lauda will he aoltl for i oaKh and the balance in three equal annual pay meats. Halt pom tire, and to commence at tn o' I'louk a m Tha fcubecriber ca be foiin't ou file pram iaea and will be alwaya ready to show the name on ap plication i 1 afutwawta HAKiin ebun. (DctTcnlltil)cv lUrkautV pow 152 fltfer lanb, 6 mrflr Hon flfoit an bfn iiibrrlf fitt, in lottcn von 10 bit) 13 acfrr, , . Samftag, ben 23. SIpvil 18G4. Wartitt 3ff. IjlOB 8ALR Three brina, lyina atout nine tnilea P Mt ol lmvton. owe mile aoutholibe Wolf Ureelc Pike, and half a luila aouth of Amity, adioiumK each other. f r j i uur of 14 acrea, on which is a good tone hmldinii and I ram a bam, and a good toue quarry, with plenty tri timber. . . i , t Oua of ISA arret, n which ia a pood brick hnune, with a rtutaonabia barm alo, on of the beat aprni in uie doui.iy. and a (am aaw luitl; about 70 acrea ol gootl timber. ' f uuv (h ib matrm, m sjutm mwi, auu writ wiiiwrvu lur stock eauisj. '1 tie above (arms will be sold altogether or separate on reaaoaabia Utruia. ror luiormaiion anpiy ii UAT1U I. U1U.MI, Oq uie premiea. Splendid Farm for Sale ONK-UALK MILK VkUM MUMlhHBHli. TUR uoderaiKQed will sell at private sale btwen nowaiid lis Ural duy of April nexi, Uie wt-ll known larm oeiootiiii( to tne eataiH o; rniitp a. Hb hart. deotaaed coutamina one hundred mul (nrty- oven acrea. Haid farm haa Umd it two dwallnjn houaea one a large commodioae bnrki aUo.barn aud olher uaenMNttry out-Luilthna. The aoil la of the richeat quality, princinallr bottom land, and haa alao a hue lot of timber. Terms reaeonahle. Inquire of tb siibsitribera in MlamiMhurii. HAMUKL OK It HART, UAAU MSHINi.ltH, feT d HWtfw ' F,w a torn . A Country Residence for Sale. A HBB1KABLA country residence, with flrteen J aireaof umu hand, lyiug one mile north of liny. Cm, 01 the olaTTroy road, ta ottered at private uie. There ia a large tvuU eoinfortabla frame hotWe, and good outlMiiliiiuM, on tlte laud; an omhard of Hue AgreAed apple, tutar aud peai'h tree; a large BHaoru niftit of vtrawberry viuen, of the WiIboq-, Nttw Allny aud Prolirto vaneuaa; alao, about tbrve acres ol young uurrent buthea, (or wiue purpoaea. Aay peraone de airing te purchase ere reipieetvU touaif aud eaatutue the property k r themaelvea.aa tha proprietor ia uoti ndat Utat U will bear tnapeetion. Ateo, ten twdhaif aurea ol iimberad bud, Amy nilea north ot liaytoo, near the old Tnty ro4 noV4iawU JAM ltd