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HUUUARU c HIIO., l'iJitor.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1864 j i i DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. BECRST IRT OF STATU. WILLIAM W ARMSTKoNO, lf (toner 0nmy. p a pcli. VlkM.) fHILADKLFU VAN TRUMP, i Kirtild Ouii tt. rn ru.1. N.-.ir.s.) ljn n'-y, MACOUa C. WIlirELEV, Ot Mancrwk Count,. Nhort Vs-noj, AliKXANOKR h. BOYS, I I'lahlsnd t'o'intr. ATTORN KT fiKNK.RU,. LYMAN It CUllCUHKLD, Of lli.lmca County. tXlVPTIXM.I.lR Of TH THKHt!RY, WILLIAM 3. V. PREN1ISS, 01 Krnnklln fount? wttfiMH, niMMISMitfiKR, ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY, Of ILrdin County HOARD OH PUHMO WORKS. (POLL fllHi) WILLIAM LARWII.L, of A.hLnd county. (Put f .CATT.) CHAlU.KS BOKSKI,, Of AugUtM ('onnty." ; . ; , Current News Items. The telegraph announce positively that the Draft will take place on the .llh of Septcm her. Gold in going up ajrain. We hope thai greenback! are not on iheir " last leg." It i very remarkable, indeed, thai the tele, graph reporii the proceedii.gi of the grem Peace Convention at Syracuae with iome dc gree of fairneia. We nre always ready to acknowledge and b thankful for small favora in thia direction. It it reported that there in an extensive combination among many tribes of Western Indians tor the extermination of all the whites in their vicinity. Several fsmilie" have been murdered, and their houses burned within a few miles of Denver city. The New York Herald, whose name is the synonym of infamy, the back of whose oditor is striped as a sehra from the cowhidings he has received for his slanders, is abusing Mr Vallandigham. Mr. V. has great reason to be thankful that it does uol praise him. It is reported that a great number of the leading men of the Republican parly are in favor of permitting the Democracy to elect their candidate, with hardly a show of oppo sition. It is said thai Xaw Jersey has this year the , of peaches that she ever pro One farmer will send a quarter of a .:li: .1 t i..... P..I1 1.... million of baskets full to maiket. The most terrific rain-storm ever witnessed in Ohio, occurred in Guernsey county on Tuesday. It came with such violence as to wash away the ties of the Central Ohio rail' road. A negro by the name of Chester, has pre- sen ted his credentials to Beast Butler as the reporter in the field for Forney's Frees. lie expected Butler to turnisn a norse lor bis ac comtnodation f-ora the Q lartertuasler's De. partment, but the Beast declined. The probability is that the people of Colo rado will decide against State organization It was intended for a bogus State, and de signed to give its electoral vote for Lincoln. Mrs Greenough, of whom the Philadelphia Preit once said : "She is possessed of the i i l j tinest education of any lady who ever entered Washington," and who was imprisoned and treated with areat crueltv bv Secretarv Slur,. ton, has published a book, in which she d tails her sufferings. A larsra number of the citizens of Milwau kee axe removing from the city to avoid the ' j , , . I : Rapid Travelling. The Journal of yesterday morning an nounced that Garrett Davis, of Kentucky, was in the city, and was the ffuest of Mr. Vallandigham. Its issue thia morning contained a report of Mr. V.'s speech at Syracuse on yesterday. He must have made the tiip by telegraph line. Chase has lately written a letter, in which lie says : i urusitnereisno grouna tor tear mat tn. rnunlrt bpiiii tn im. nirsii I with tli. mis. cellaneous currency of local corporations, hut it it impossible to foresee what is to come." , itiat misceiienooua currency was worth its fare. It did not pass at thirty or lorty cents on the dollar, as Chase', wreicneu gitwnuacas ao. ine country would willingly be "cursed" with just such a currency again. The plan of renominating Scheuck by acclamation, doesn't seem to work. Pteble county has appointed delegate, to a Con vention. It will be remembered against Schenck, if not in Convention, certainly at the ballot-box, that he has been partic ularly conspicuous in urging the policy of sending every able-bodied man in Li. Dis trict to the battlefield. He i. most anx. ious, of all men in Congress, to spill the blood of hia con.tituenti. - - Lcadino Republicans, in the belief that they have robbed the country of its wealth, . , r. .. , ,. and rained the Government beyond all remedy, art) signifying their willingness for the Democracy to elect th. next Presi- dtnt. ( The Cincinnati Commercial on the Dayton Empire. ed as the "imperial idea" of consolida greatettcrop tion and despotism. For it will bo ot duced. served that while we are entirely willine J our acquisition, have coat us. than to con draft. thine a war which has already burdened In a brief paragraph of ours a few day. .vr.,..,l tn. nninirm that the ' ' . , ,. T, ,. . ground assumed by Mr. McDonald, the opponent of O. P. Morton, tor Oorernor of Indiana, wee untenable: that ii it be conceded that a State may be coerced : that in any war is justifiable emer 1 jtenr-y by the Federal Government to constrain the obedience of sovereign, inouSn reiractory state,., una conces- m.,n ofthewholo argument, and tbt ; Morton, if not nm. opponent in discussion. We adhere to ; that belief, although the Commercial pro- nonmoa it "shameful and distressing" that am h an opinion should be held by any-1 body in the North. The CommtrdJ HyR : nlThT?."0,"?-,i0B""r!il' """""iing o( etrtbih it in our Government, and no public; necuritv of any sortif thia doctrine of South Carolina traitors, as exaiR-erated hvj llh.ur.ii.nl V...lkA. ..1 .IJ....:i "i ' "".,,,,,.,.,,,.. There in the despicable cant and slang of IiUt k It-'pttblicanUm in the quotation we have cited to which we have long been atcuHtoiiied. Whether this has been tho doctrine in South Carolina, Georgia, or MasNRrhiisettK, makes nd manner of differ ence. It in the true doctrine, and we ''seize upon truth whetever found." Nor docs the Commercial make any point a gnitist uh, that at all distresses ns, when i' Ht-serts that if our inculcations be accept ed, then "we are nut a nation." In point of fact, wo are not a nation, in the legiti mate meaning the European meaning of that word. Wn are a confederacy of Sta.es It would he mom proper to nay that we area confederacy of nations, than to designate as a nation tho United States at large. We accept whatever concln- sions follow these premisses. We have no responsibility for them, whatever they my be We state the true theory of our American system of Government. We detiue and describe it as we know it to be, and we leave con equences to take care of themselves. . The Commercial speaks, in captivating language of the "imperiul idea of Ameri can nationality." What it means by this gaudy phta.e, would be far better express- every power delegated to the Federal Gov- eminent shall be exercised, the Commer ciul manifests no desire whatever to retain s single one of the reserved rights of the States. What State Rights are, is not a Hues,'on between us. The Commercial is prompt to surrender every power to the Federal Government, making it supreme, an,j therefore despotic in nil thintrs. The Commercial, finally tukes' another view of the subject, making the question, as it does of its politics and opinions gen erally, a matter of dollars and cents. Tv.. t,a n rr,-..a, U.,T-, -...1 . 1... J.'.l T . . , . , , . I Mn.i in 11 buwb l'..ni,nw.i..l .....1 t, - asks triumphantly, shall we sacrifice this . . . immense amomit of money, rather thanl re.ort to coercion to retain the States thni ..... , . ... . . a question : Is it not better to sacrifice the hundred or two millions of dollars that us with a public debt of four thousand mill iftriB srtillm! tlia V.lnn.l ,.f . I la.ul a million of our gallant soldiers, filled the land with cripples, and made bereavement 1 . . , , . . anil mniirtiini? the m e .f onr nne. hmnv c i ii . . .u V ni-eaiilefi ? hut wa miwt this anrnmant nf -, , , T . the Commercial otherwise. ' In the first place, the power to acquire territory was . .i ii .-. .u i i . not in the Constitution, though the great name of Mr. Jbkfkiisoii gave it sanction, nn(i ,), j,col,i0 acquiesced in its exercise. 1'01 haps wisely. Let that pass. But sup- 1 4 r P"stt t,w Vu'er lo ,q'"re territory be one of the implied ones of the Constitution, was not (he expenditure made with a dis- tinct understanding of whatever rights, were conferred by the Constitution on the states T this brings us rjaca to the start- ing point in the argument. Tbe acquisi - tion of territory rould not alter the provi sions of the Constitution- could not aug ment the power of the Federal Govern- ment, nor restrict the rights, whatever they might be, of the States, If the right to was not given by the Constitution, the purchase of territory could not confer it. The old law maxim : "Purchaser beware," wa. stiictly applicable. The Government inclined the risk of the future assertion by the States of whatever lights the Constitution gtve them, , v Tl.. n.-....) , ; . . Ihe Commerctut shall not put ns in a false position. Abraham Lincoln ones said "that any people anywhere, had th . . , ., n . right to rebel, overthrow the Government. and establish a now one ia accordance with their desire..", We may . admit . tie ; right which Lincoln ' hag luert- witH tlwir priiacipaaa. I.y witaliolJinc all power In ewrw refrartory State. We j hy lm Constitution, ; But ., w, mfn ,0 rower of ,.e,oion, " we still fall back npon the lIccUra(ion 0f LlN(.0I.N in his inaugural l(tJw . ..We can't fight always." If we can't fight always, we must quit fight- sometime. The cessation of bloody . ' ; war w nerofore only a question of time. We nuintain that it hna been prosecuted 1 ed for the rebel, to gubrert our Federal I Government, and create a new one, ami' t the same time denr, a we do, the Talid- ,. . .. . ' "u "J ' U cause. fece9ion was most uo-! wise. In our estimation it bad no justify-;n7 . . t, . . , . , ' i mgeau,. But the Father, here Haul in j Declaration of Independence, that all just Governments are founded on the con-! , aont of the Governed ; and when lode- was achieved, and a fundamental lew of Government was created, they j ,h eon.ilttl,nr, .v.... .,; pnniirh. Th.t rlti.,r, f - part of our people to their Government has been sufficiently manifested, and the repugnance of another show to be invin cible. Quoting Lincoln once more, we say: "It is time to take tip the arteries." Blood has flowed until the latest period of oxhaustion, consistent with the hope of recovery, is at hand. Let the flow le stopped. the Dayton Empire. A MEETING OF PEACE SCOUNDRELS IN BOSTON. Secretary Fessenden, Senator Wilson, and other Republicans in Council. An Armistice be Tendered to the South! The special to the Cincinnati Gazette from .Washington, dated August 18th, contains the following important and siguficant bit of news : 'A few day since a meeting of leading men of New England, Republicans, was held in Rotton, at which Secretary Fesaendeo and Senator Wilson were present. At this meet ing the conclusion waa reached that the war had arrived at that stage when it was -absolutely necessary, that, in .obedience to the general sentiment of the people, something should be done to indicate a disposition on the part of Government to discontinue the war, and that for this purpose necessary steps should be takeo to tender an armistice to the rebel authorities. "The visit of the Hon. Henrr Wilson to the President a few days since is understood to have been te present these views and urge them upon him. What the sesult ot bis mis sion was has not yet transpired." Lincoln will soon be left alone in- his plan of prosecuting an endlena war to abolish slavery. The above announce ment, like the protest of Wans and Davis, is most terrific blow, and Lincoln can- not do otherwise than reel from its eft'ects It is high time the Journal, and otit-of-the wav politicians generally, were preparing to abandon the bloody programme, and advocate a cessation of hostilities. The people of all parties demand it, and they will enforce it. i i onr system oi uovernment, as otton as , ,. ,, , , . ? ,P. toSCUSB ewhol. ,? incapable of comprehending it. In I i .. mortally wouudejL nd Col. Strrioht killed, in a late engagement with Wukel coerce, 1 xa'i cavalry. Ihe asses and ignoramuses of the Ko t.nli nun rn-ODa auim Ihmr nltnr irrnnfanM . , - their view there must be unqualified and unrestricted supremacy either in the Fede ral Government or in the State Govern ments. What the Democracy insist tip on is simply that the Federal Govern ment shall exercise only the powers dele gated, and that the States shall be left in secure and undisturbed possession of all OIC I11IUU, IVBC1VCU UT UIO lUUBtlUUIUll.' . J .1 .1. . . x i .i.. r This is a proposition which they cannot r r understand. It is lamentable that such ignorance should obtain among those who ! asm in e to be instructors of tbe people, i r 1 ! ' There is now a beautiful squabble go , ing on among the Republicans of Ashta- bula county, the strongest Republican J or . county in the State. Wade resides in Ashtabula, and the radicals are abusing him terribly for his protest against Lin coln'a usurpations. Wade hai a great number of frienda, and will make a atrong fight. It ia thus in every locality, with ' hardly an exception. The Republicans lire fighting each other. " m 1t ia reported that Gen. STRAnstaN was " " ' .. . r, ... ia-Tbi. nattoB under Democratic rule was the wonder of the age for a. prosperity and the happiness of ,U people But three year. ami a bait ol Lincoini.m nava brought it lo lh. wepv. af ruia. These truths should eon.' tmually be borne in mind, and every patriot I should labor at industriously in the detsemi- nation of iruiH as Abolitionists have, under i.:i : ,k. i- .. . "--.-"I ,.. -- , . - M change of measures with patriotio and com- petcnt men to carry them into effect, is our only prospect of present sfety and a better ml,re, fhe voice of tbe people will demand this change in November next, and woe, woe " lhl "!! j Detroit Pre Preee. .. Letter from a Union Soldier. "m not be moMernl out, bt wilt beheld to the fall term of service of three rears Thi,.iB to h res-retted, hut ii cannot ie h..lp the ed Journal. 1 hl " 'P0"8"'" th W he- comes a slave. 1 heje men were enlisted tip- on the solemn-promise ot the authorities, in pendence oludirg Got. Tod, that they should he dm- We learn from E. S, Vooni, Eq , thst he ' j0!."1 ('?mh' War l"t""""""1 bnl deciion of the Or.Tnmnt in the case of Company I, Eletonth Ohio. TheCoinpa. cnargeu at ma end oi two years. I neir lime is up; but in violation of solemn agreement, by arbitrary force, and without law, they are detained tor another year. Iniieml of an in dignant and manly protest agiiinst ibe wiong, the despicable slaves of tho despotism which has ordained it, arty, "this in to he regretted, but it cannot ha helped . The people w-ll fee whether these things are not to be helped!'' liayton Empire. ion are right, Mr.' Kill lor, the people will see whether these things are to ho tolerated any longer, and not only the people hut the soldiers will see it these thing cannot be helped. Hundreds, nay, thouBmids, are hav ing their eyes opened to the truth, and whi n the time for the next elcct on comes, many ho wear the blue will cast their votes for ihe man who is opposed to a furlh-r prosecution of this infernal war. Not because we are atraid to do battle for our country let the cowardly rascals who are making money out ot this war taunt us witn cowardice it they dare, our wounds received while fighting for what we thought the right, can attest our brav ery Yes, we bare fought, most of us, for three years, and are still willing to endure more for our cnuniry, but not for the freedom of the negro, and the man at the head nl our Nation plainly say he is in tor the prosecu tion of the war until every black man m fire it these are his seutimeDts he will httve lu get some body else to fight his Imtiles lor hiui, for the soldiers of our army will not do it We have watched the turn affairs have tnkuu, and feol it our duty to wnrn our fellow-soldiers to beware of the mun who can ioke while they are giving their lives 4o leei the country from ruin. When he tertivr-d the congratulations of his friends, whom he had helped to fat offices and still futtcr contracts, on his renomination to the presidency, he ssid : "I am willing to keep pegin iwy for four years more, if yon say so " Think of this, fallow-soldiers. Every peg he drives is the life of some martyr, not to Ii is country, but to a gang of swindlers Men, have you not seen enough of this to show you that this war is not prolonged for any hope o a resto ration of the Union by force of arms, but merely to let some body fill their pockets Hire is sample ot the tairuess with which we are used The War Department eiivs it did not authorize the enlistment of dims for ihe unexpired term of a legiinent. Here is something that speaks for itself: WAB UliPABTMBNT, A. G. OlTlCS, ) Washixotok, D C.Sept 26, HU Excellency, Sam I J, Kirku ood, Gov ernor of Iowa Sib: In reply to yours hi the 21st inst , staling the number of regiments rifised, and to be in yonr 8tate ; and also, making suggestions to tilling old regiments, I am directed to sny that recruits for old regi ments of volunteers tor three years or during (he war, will he discharged at the expiration of the time for which thu regiment was orig inally enlisted. By order of the 8ecrpHi-y tif Wnr, C. P. BUCKINGHAM, Brig.-Gen & A. A. G. This needs no comment, it in plain ononh any one with ordinary ennse can understand it, and in the fine of this you are told you will have to nerve three years. You gave two years to your country; now the negro worstiippern compel yon lo stay unorder ! will you vote to prolong the reitrn of an ad migi-itraiion that countenances such rascality? We think- not. A UNION SOLDIER. The Object of War. lfany more proof were needed to show that this war is now being prosecuted solely for slavery, Abraham Lincoln has furnished it lo his late letter to the Commissioners from the South. See correspondence in another col umn. Re has dropped tbe hypocritical cry of war lor me Union, and b as boldly thrown up his own true, black flag of war for abolition, subjugation and extermination. We thank him lor dropping the false mask of Union. Tbe abolition Aug he now presents we know and can meet. If any man votes lor Abraham Lincoln he does it knowingly and with the evidence before his eyes that he is voting for a heartless demagogue and tyrant, who thinks more of one negro th in he does of ten white meu. If Mr, Lincoln would listen he could hsar the death knell to his aspirations rising from the heart of every true an I loyal man in inewortn. iYariomit uemocrat. tSf We can ennumerate fifty men who voted for Mr. Lincoln at the last election who now denounce him, and will support the nom inee of the Chicago Convention, should he be a national, conservative man; and these men assume this opposition not from any transient feeling against Mr. Lincoln, because he has ordered a sweeping draft, or that they ha'e lost friends or relaiivet in this hopeless war, but they realize that he is not the man to guide the nation salely in (his hour of their duneer. and they are unwilling longer to sacrifice themselves and frienda for the hopeless task ! of levatin 108 negro a task which hat thus "j ck,m J'aMot m"""""n n"Sn- Gen. John C. Fremont. I The JJew York Tribune of Tiienlny con , tain, a glowing eulogy npon tieneral Fre- j mom. and indirectly assails Mr. Lincoln a or- f .an' ,or ,he aluse lhf,J havn v",,"'u' Pon Fremunt. The Popular Plan. I "My plan" was never popular, and poor Greelev's emancipation nrociamation nlun I was never popular. But our plun to resior. ja Uoion Brn,iatiofl an J Convention of 8t.tp, j, p me' d - ,h, Ui0Furi Comuromise.-A' for Jjerald ! Tlif PoVsboy Ciscula. Th ciroulas or Senator Homeroy and other leading Republi- cans, ubioh appeared in February Inst, was .YIj . ...... U '.i- ngui dpo ii asm . jvoii wrro iu r.-eiec tion of Mr. Lincoln desirable, it i practically impossible, against ihe union of influences which will operate against him" 1 Eablt is Btrongly ie-lnforecd and 1Mb heavy campaign ia tho Valley. Peace. Th'.r idea the necessity for peace is be coming so thourouchly incorporated in the hesits and wishes of the American people that no amount of sophistry or chicanery can erad'cati it, and if tbe signs nf the times do not mislead, we are warranted in saying that next November U will be thundered into the ears of the dynasty that now misrule, and would continue that misrule, in such lone at will rsnse an awsk'enlng from the lethargy in to which it has fallen. Then regret will pre dominate in its mind, no. for political sins, but iht it overthrow is complete, Its power ended, life extinct past resucilion, and the countrv sared Charlotte Argus. Copperheads. We ilpsnisn tht nrnetifA nl' mMinu ah nn- r - - r - -r r rtnui'iit hp nonrhious enii lifts, nr n ir-konmi-s. t ' i i I They have no argument in them. They beget a burl feeling in the person to whom they are applied Every editor who is a gentleman will not utt them in his writings. Lansing ltrpuhlirnn. St. Gary's Academy. Hoond Htrwet, Dayton OKio. I'SUKU TIIK DIKECTIOV or THE blsTKRS OV ( UiKITT. f, inn wnnin lira, unt'i prriou ti n- n??n wt"ii t nit re-n-r. 'it I'vail JrnoinmHtioii" PnriitnnnasTri'irtli- ftrin may ril B-lir(l ihiit bV thuit'ftn ttontrii til to lh health mill m ort of tliont cm ft led to thH obv of ih Hint" in In mont nrupulnUMiy AttenOvd t , whilft nl ih-!Ain tiiini thoy will fintleiiTor 10 inxrll I'tto tho initrJp f th-ir nui 'h pnncipln of relig ion if I t rtue. ttht-h hIhiim oah reader education jro fitfl' la tui'l iiN(-Itil in Hr'r ht. Th in-nn L"itnin'nr,fsii th nrt Mondnv in f)D timber, ti(i iuriiiiDHtH the le.it rburfldfty id June. TKH.HI. B. .ird, TiilMnn, in'lmluif vranliine andmeDtl- in it sn., inr hull nemoii (imYftui' in nnVHQ-i. f tV" Fiftiio and UHeut liMirumot er hnit nen-ion. 24 OJ liu.im " " " W,t Kn-m-h " " ' ' " l,w I'Jxtr chrirff for (hunt who imca th Ttvontion ai in rxpa'ifniT' w,w .cl n-'hi.'uoiitiirflMfD'io. pcoi( in fas of ioi(iuvt. For i.rrhr priit'iilir Rpf'T to r)irv'ri of the Aeft'Iemy. iuel2 t'.Hufcwlw JOHN BETTELON, W holesale Dealer In Foroiirn & Domestic Liauors! No. 2S5 Third Street, DAYTON, OHIO: JEEPrl ON diU'D tLreand Assorted Qunotity Bourbon, Eye, and Other Whiskies, BRANDY, GIN, RUM, BITTERS, AC. SHI. Also, a Large Stork of Cigsrs.si Jimp 14. 1S64. dAwtf Wheeler & Wilson SBWINQ MACHINE: ARE ADAFlfcl) TO EVEKV Vnrlt'ty of Sewing for Famllj Wear, FROM the Linhtet Jfl'Kilin to thu Hraviert Clofh. They work -iiimliv wdl upon Sill;, l.inen. Woolen, ind Cot i on tiooi. M'wintf, iuimny, Oitthering, Hem mm, Felhntz. Braliivatii uor iina, perfnrmnii tji y nH'itH ot SevTinu except working Button Uelew, Siitclung on Button and the like. OflUe 40S Street Pbltllp'e Houae. JNO. G.-ANKENKY. june&l-Utr EV FLOIU tSt FEED STORE ! Best Qualities at Lowest Prices! THOMAS K,. GILLIM, HAVING purubHfrcd the Vlur and Feed More r-O'-ntly kept y Feter lien, Fourth atn-et, a few duoraeaHtof Mam, wili keep on hnd the beat inall Uoa ef FLOIR, FKH Al liRUV, At the LnweHt tatea and will dwilTer goodl tnaujrpart ot i m en y. He will keep no tiling but the heal. 1 auiilvaTe oideea, - - . 50,000 Bushels Flaxseed Wanted, f ( AAA rilUMEI S Fl.-issp.ii rnu.r.d, fnr which p)',f ll Hio h Klm.t n arkPt tric. m osh will Oe p..,d. .1. IhH 1-1 -ur Bd Fod .Ifiro of Tllo. K Oil li-.(lAto i-pwr tioist's.i hu, Fourth sirpt, ni;ar Mum lnylnn, (lino. THOa. H. oILl.la. .iy-7 d.w in JAMBS BRAOELIN, MANUFACTURER OF Tress-Hoops & Coopers' TOOLS, AMD Dlttta IN HARDWARE. No. 31B, Third Htrt, 1iAYTO.1I, OHIO. .lime Sd, 1HV4. dtt FRED. SCHWARTZ, liutcher. Stall No. 33, 80UTH BIUB OF Til E MAKfcKT HUL'BB. Kerps on hund tho Best Quality ofUfati. juti.M 9in GEO.W.MALAMBRE, Attorney at Law, PiYTOW. OHIO. a-arOFPICE OnMatnPtr et. nearly opeoaite the Court Houae. June 7th, Uoi.J dli Medical. j lr-S!-M.!sS P " i,.v.' CURKS Coueh CoM. Horn Throat, A-thmt, and roiiHumj.iinn. It it onl? perefry fnr ny ne tiiiuMi ti with tlMn complmntt to try one tat'lo ol Strick andi Meltiftuou$ CovgH Balsam to oorifinoe them 1at It the het preparation eve ued. It not onlyruree the atof afto'tinn of the Throa ard Lunix, hut it cures Ntpht Vweatg epj Spitting of Ii) oil and m nn excellent frarpie fur any kind ot foro 'l'hriL it im pl-a-ant to takt-, and a aafe medicine or infanta Price flft Centa par bottle. For by driiKjfieta generally. mU IVEKYDODY fa bo.ng exited ol taia Untreeing J direane by the use oi" Drt Strickland's Pile Rtmtdy. Read w Unt those any who hare uaed it: Mr. ('nunc W. Land. tun. ot i.euis.ille, ai d Mr. .1. P H handle, ('inoliiiau(t , bo'h aeruuuri-d a te r miiig one pur ol lr N trick land's File Krn my. 'J he) my they have tried eTervlhing hut ft uhl ohiain no relu l, but one Pot ol htricklnnuv Pile Hfincdy -retrd a prfe(U cure alu-r btinVrma; for many y.ara hh the wo at kind of lilea. 'liit-y recommend eteiy tarn who i a urleniiKto t'y it. Atk for Dr SMckland's Pile Rmtdy. Sold hyall drtiiTKifta, r-ietn t pnt. Maiinlactured at No. 0 Kant Kounn at, Cincinnati, u. di14 AMI F L TJ X. Strickland a Anti-Cholera Mixture. 9 a RomnoftiMnn cf aatrlneenta, flh"orfnte. et'inti I taiitv and CMrminat', Hhl h i w-v ( hvfitu-ii i.e. kaowledirt-t i the only pr. parmi' o ih; t ",lt tuct a permanent cure of IiHnhh iLd 1) m-tr-. Thiailnti Chelcra Mixture ia now in u e m Aomr of . ur am y IWpiiala wh-re it given the prenti 'st FAtir-Jai 'trit. ! t ht-Fhfed the lives ut lhou-i.n.Jfi of enr Tlnieia kj j ctntens.and we aill nun ntee it to )? the bent rt nie dy in lh w orld or l.;tri )if aaud i)) .-niery. Mr W'oodi,ol Cnvinfiton, Mv., will t,e n.Oft hai.ny to H'ltiaiy any one ac tt the tiruieoi htru kiand'e Aiiii Choifcia Mixtuie; inlft' t we haro a nmRt nnniieroi leitiniuninlr hem juitu ntn w ho hav I een ciu d afiei twmv pronounced in urei.le bv their ( tij k iHn-, Mme alter taHnji only cue lottleol binea-h na'a AMI l.'l.oi era Mixtu e. If ousutlr wiih Iiunhta and I'md tery try ono hoitle. u,j4 m XfcsT r ntlVf H 1 icn --' Hair Restorer. A CAHD TO TIIK PU1JI.IO. TH tlNHF.nslDNKri hereby rcliirn Iheir 11. net. . 10 Mr Vslcuiius Files, Axit, win Ihe GKKMAMi LIFK l.SlKAMt'K tOMPAfiv ol NVw Virk, f. r the ((rest prom! Incm they hT. shown in pHymto its il.e smouiit 1,1 ihe ni-'im n.-ti 'in the lif.- oi I'cl-r Ki'ther, rteresspd. M id Lu-tu-r m-ured hit life lor thu tD-nl ol hia vito m.d f-hil-dri-n, on th nisi dsyo April, Itn, JH .nidiniv took si'-k, snd led on tho 3d dny ot Wn, 11114, m,j on this dny ih. Company I,rb paid us Un- an, owl ot tho Itisuriiii t SI.iok. V,. tlui.k 11 riulil Uml 11., pub lic should know Ititse tactii. DARnuts R1CHFR. Dayton, Msy i'4, MM. A. UuOKST. (ln,d PHOFKpS&OK UE .IIIW), onlt oekuinr HAIR iRESTOEER! DISKASKS OK TUE HCAli' rilHK t-kill or the medical faculty in treating dia. aaci X t th acalp haa.in ii.Hfui ) or i aea, t-t u I hi Bed hy th'B, the moat eiul'ar disease ol the I. tin mu frame. It to not 10 he w.-udt-rcd at, nat r- qtur. a iti.i atu'iy, th-ep r search audaonreiul invt.i ntit ol ttia cau Mt tt vvliit h pioouce tie ciujcutte. lltri itiv cau- ix utfcovf rod, tt im an niter itnpf f y d.iliiy to ,; nun fnt'i-i n pfruiaiicix fi.ie. I iea-ca 01 the WiiJp hide ... in proiw utted 11 liiahle I by eoine uf the iucbi emmi ut phjhu iaua. 1 rede t f oted VRA1IS or STUDY I To tin peculiar part of the human frame, and I am TIIK ONLY REMEDY So tares known, that would permanently endiuaie Mioaia luathaoma dirteaaea of the awilyi i.e.. SALT KHGUMv SCALD lib'AU, Aud other cuianeoua direae-ea.and restore he hair to thut-e wlio hae bMomr beid. 'i o u.ake puod the- aaaertion, 1 va- ill FoiTeit FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS If I fail to cure the worst caea ol diseaaed seal pa f the longeat Btandins with the OM.YUKMDiE HAIR KE8TORKU. Read the following: (TMUmwi i vf Mtt. aVuro Gould,) Aliamt, Nrw Yoai. 1 Paor. IpiMvnm: Two year ago my walp t,e. aw dineaxedtiuid my hair ccminivno d toiall out very iit. Tae diaeaA apiewn i.ntil n y boa'p waa ojie i cinplvte "win. ii 'r l i wwirj pnuim,, SIJ T isji sjs, nip I i mm broken; the txirnmg mdi itihifii fenvatlon n in aui por able; 1 would apply r. nudy aitr inn-o,lht j only moiT eniai y reii t I coiiaultod l iiinl t.l i oiana ot ibia city 1 waa informed by tht in that the . dm-ana with w Inch n.y mv lp wan atU ctf ti 4 1. e tH Hh um, and thut tht y cot.lu not li-nttlt n e n ad ' your advw-nir-eiii-ut and encludid to t-Ditau1! )t u. 1 ion ar-uip,-i im that you would etudiiate lle dia aae ! and rtfKtoi'M my Iimt, atiint had txcun e ery tl in. j Willi ti at na- mice 1 placed UMbeli in your land, and the ler-u ti are, I 1 nve a luxnii. lit I it cl hair; my ac-Mlp ia neiie-tly well, and my hair hi a ceaed to iiui oui. nin-cci liny yourn, Man fiuiu U t'l.u, Ko. i;7 Pouth Pern I atri"t. It i- h (act m knoH kdxed by all ho hae uxt the Hair Kvntorer, and their name ia Lesion, that it la THK ONLY PItEPARA'J ION That would erleetiiaily and permanently restore the hair of ihonewhoare tald,aod preTeut 'JI1E H AIK FROM FALLING OFr. Thelarueand rapidly increatiog -ale 0 U-eUwratie. ia the (rouf -I ei uleuiu ol the ui an Hold buui it ia oonh rring upon THK HUMAN FAMILY. The, confidence of the public haa been obtained, add they all unite in etteuuK to it m rit and Twat auperi. : onty j CVER ALL l'H EPA RATIONS Kferinirhdured. I ilo not recommi nd my prevara ; tiou toehu-e htir to .rt.w eix teet m tret l an n ny . Oioiittia, af it ia aimple tmiKiafitaliiy, and totally 111 ' uoniuatent with the lawa ot Nature. '1 o thoh ho are Iakepiiual or luureduloua, 1 wdl make a bona tideoflei. I will forfeit l.eOU j (One Thousand Hollar") if I rail to cure the wml oaaeeof partial Ijaluneaa, under fllteen yeara' atauii I uig eb THK ONLY dJtV INK HAIR BKTORfcK. Thia wenderful rTeUy ta lold by druugiatt gener- ally 1 IF YoltB I'RUfGIfeT HAfl NOT GOT IT BtND rvi. 11. N B. tiire guaranteed in eTery opae where (bed) rectioiip for e are implicitly oU yed. t'riee, tl per bonle, or an hot ilea for th. FHF H. Av 1K Ml NN, Hole Proprietor, No. en tin n? eireet, felWly Altny, New York. NOTICE. A P PETITION will be preented to Oorernor Hrouiih for the pardon of Claybori Hagen, now , priaoner in Uie OkioPaoiUntiarT iUffe CAiHABlNI BAOAH.