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ht.1 dona. Honth Carolina bad um'.I a void aet of aeewmlon, no hnd 'Iuiineee. ; Month Carolina hurt milted herlf Ui the Confederate HtMe, so had Tmmnwee; South Carolina had levied trim) whleli fought, no hnd Temiennee: o IihiI Ihot nil. andthr jr nil fonjrht hard, a mne ot n hap pen to koow Hut that Ik not Kit ; hot enly hnd the Ion , (Vnfederatfl HUton done no more to take theniM-Wr out of the. I'nlon than 'IVu nrami hil dime; and won-, therefore, f far a eeeioii dim) bellljrerenor word eon eernrd, npon Identically thonaimi footiiir. but It a alo ti uo that Tennessee had done no more to itrthomclf Into tho Union, r, In other word, to restore fcor Inter rn tiled cnnatitutlotial relations with the Union, Minn Arkansas hnd dono. than Intiana hnd done, thnn Virginia hml done, or thnn the on other Confederate Htatea hnd done liefore the thnn arrived, when by one artful wM thojr nil bernme rntneahed together In the Coni5relimnl net of ld Htntes. It In perfectly true Mint Tennessee, did occupy a fnr more ad vantageous oltloii, no fur a tho sympa thy ol the loyal people of tho t'uloii M concerned, noil doubtless no fnr n her pe rullnr claim upon the prompt nttontlnn of tho reniiertlTe llouo of Conprea wore concerned, thnn the other Confederate Htnten, excepting: rwrlmps Arknnsn, IaiiiUI nnn nnd Virginia. A fnr larger propoiilon of her people hail remained firm in their allegiance to the ( Internment ; she had contributed forty thoimnnd of her mm to the Union nrmy, nnd advnnUixe hnd lieon U-ken of the llrt oHrtunity to organize Ihwe loynl ltoople by n revolutionnry mid spontaneous movement, under a new form of lvnl State liovcroiiient. (Tho euki'r here review itl nt length the conre of H'reaidcnt Johnson during the war, and nicrlbed to hi liitlnc'ire the course punned by Tennessee nnd the nd vantHirox accruing to her citizen. ll then goes ou : ) We had come down to the point, where H wnn demonstrated that the I'nlon party, the Executive nnd the Cnnjrren wore alike committed and pledged to the. adniidnn of loyal representatives from Stales to whleli the terms of Judge Trumbull's proposition applied. In the Held of argument and de bate there was nn possible escape from this i-ncluion. II the question were loll whore the Vntltiiiion left It. to the two Houses severally, there w as no evading the result, the admission of the entire Tennes see, delegation, and of enough of loyal mention sent from other States to endan ger the two-thirds control of the Republi can party. That two-thirds eontrol Is what Mr. Stevens calls the Keniihlicnti nn ceiideucy. Most parties that have arisen In oi,r country have been satisfied with a uia'rlty. ' . ' The. llcpiihllonn party will coinpromise for nothing less than two to one. To en gross all the Hiwor of tho States ami the people In the UeneraMioveriimont ; to roe. centrnte all the power c,f the Government In Congress, mid to mainlnin a steady and supremo control of Congress, by a two thirds majoritv. Is the great ambition of this HpVllcd, elated and corrupted party. A permanent two-third majority makes Congress virtually the Executive. A or maiient two-thirds majority makes ( (in gress virtually the Judlulary. A n-rina-nent two-thirds majority ofleetmilly frus trate the Constitutional salegnard of the veto, Impeaches nnd deposes the rresiilent. Impeaches mid deposes the Judges of the Supreme Court. A pernmnent two-thirds majority, in short. Is absolute power, anil absolute power makes weak men wicked, and wicked men mad." The party was as. ambled In caucus with closed doon. No one, as 1 Mild, was In the secret but Thnddons Stevens and hin dozen or no of confederates. Among those were the gentlemen who were to occupy the hiirh Monitions of the House, as Speaker and chairmen of important committee. Tbesc hnd all been armngod beforehand, and were nrettv well nnuointood in ad vance. A few seconds before the hand of the clock points to the hour, Jlf. Stevens captures the caucus. lUi ehairmau in liis aiiiHiintiH-. and its organization Is his prop erty. The chairman, on hin motion, ap points a committee to prepare business for the meeting, and Mr. Stevenn taken liis committee under Ids wing and walks out, So far. evcrvthimr is simply formal and preliminary ; no questions have been nsketl, no objections mailt!, and no points raised. In less than Urn minutes by the clock the committee has returned with its report in the form of a toint resolution, and, without a word of inquiry, explanation or debatv, a score or two of voices responding In the ntnrmativfl when tho question ts put, ami no voice answoring In the negative, an ad vene Judgment by default is taken iiHin the whole ease we liuva Ikimi discussing, and the, ri-cord is made up. No moro re mains to be dime than for the decree of the caucus to be registered in the House, which Is done abruptly and and without debute as soon as its organization has been otVected, by susiHMiding the rules and moving the previous question. The effivt of this action was to create bat has since proved itself to lie a netr ;te rr in I lit Uiirernment, under the mime of the Joint Committee on Koeonstruction. The chief function of this commiltco has been, llrst, to assume a virtual dissolution ol the Cnion. under a construction of the caucus resolution which covertly implied, if it did not expressly contain, that doctrine; and second, to devise waya and means, not to f icllltate a proper reconstruction of the Union, the apparent object of the resolu tion, but to delay that reconstruction until such time as it can be consummated In such maimer as to secure, beyond nil possible liazard, the permanent two-thirds control of the Rcrmuliean party. Tbeouly question that remains is whether the people were ngtil or wrong in tnciruo elsion at the ballot-box in November, whether the Cnton party wan light or wrong In the position it assumed by its no tion In the Baltimore Convention ; whether the Kxecutivo Department of the Govern ment undertlie administration of President Lincoln was right or wrong in so shaping its policy and its treatment of the Insurgent States as to coincide witn tnac iHigition, ami whether his successor was right or wrong ill consistently adhering to that policy. At thin point of the argument, I'ellow-cit- Izens, I claim, a tictwccn my competitor and myself, that all the presumptions are tu my favor, and that the burden of the prooi lie noon mm. it is mr flir, Stewart to show, atllrmntiroly to ut i"fy your minds as iuror beyond all reasonable doubt, that il.u.UI.,1. turn ,..ira nm, In iinHu ...... vention. unanimously roba'tin"; the Iau lion. II. winter navis, and unanimous, liomiuatlliK me In bis place, ought now be reversed. Mr. limit vmt IA Acrid ami front of the Congrestiimaliipimtitiiinto l'ret ident Lineoln't plan of trituration. I uat pledged to tmiport that policy. I repeat, n'liow-riti.ens, mat me oiiruon of proof rests upon Mr. Stewart, standing. as bo claims. In tho sh-S of Mr. Davis, that you were mlstn ten in your de-: ternilnatlon of two years n'o. to stand hy the Administration policy of restoration, or else to point out wherein the ixilioy " iVTrlJlto.rt I 'itSSln!m"r ftWn""? lU,,j Is It the question of negro HiifTrAc tho miestion of pardons f Is if the ex- of the franchise and eligibility those who bare been in rebellion, and who have taken the amnesty oath? Is it tlltf of tho admission of loyal nicuiltcrs elected hy amnestied voters? .et lilm compare PreAldeiit l.lncoln's amnesty triK- Inmatlon oi iwrcmoer Nimui, anil its ap plication by him totheStates of Tennessee, Arkansas and Iouisinna, w II li 1'rcaldont Johnson's amnesty prot'lnmathm of May 'OA, iHtto, and bis practice under it, and show, If be enn, any substantial point illlferenee between the restoration policy ' of Lincoln nnd that of Johnson that are not In fiivor of the latter, even on the score of loyalty. Nm that will not be done; be Will not' try to do it. Ho Is opposed to any (Miliey except the policy of keeping everybody hot water, jliujojii ui oiu-y oi making the Northern people bate the .South, and the fV.iitl.orn people hate tl.e North. K Ir, eept the l-.ll. y ol anotber rlvll war and of guillotining Andrew Johnson. Kxcvpt tho policy or iicgrnsunragenuii w nitecusinve inMil. Rxircpt tho polley of ftccnrlng Mm? permanent, two-thlnls aoccnd'iucy of tn lbiillenl party. Kxccpt the policy of keep lug bp sectional disilncthm after lavcry jinn been nlsillsbod, fur the snkeof calling Maryland a Northern Stale. I nm not a Southern man; I am not a Northern man; I am for the Union, the whole l;ulon. and iiolhlug but the I'nlon; I ntwava whs and nlwavs shall Im'. i ' I am not a Keimbllcnin I nm no aiem oc.rat; I never wan either, and It U not orolmble that I evorshall lie either. My opinion ban nlwitvn been that it Is the natural tumlonclen of parties in till coun try, when incy Imhoiiii-ilouiniuuLnlul iow erfiil, to become corrupt. My oroo4 Is, nn before exproswil. to use partie for the good of my country, not to l used by partie Rir ineir gHMi or my own. The Speaker next referred to the recon struction bill of the Hon. Henry Winter Davis, which Mr. Lincoln rciMicllatcd in opposition to the w ishen of Congress, and then said :) How ilid Congress behave' under tills re but) t Just as Congress behaved nfter the veto of the Kreodmi;ii's Iturono hill and the Civil High! bill. They raised a bowl. They denounced Abraham Lincoln ns a tyrant ami a usurper; they imiuitcd to him base nnd Unworthy motives; they accused him of personal ambition ; of getting up n new civil wnr; I hey endeavored to defeat hi election, nnd they actually threatened llii lmcachiiiont. Senator Wade nnd Mr. Davis, a the chairman of the two commil tce who had tills bill in charge, were (Icleabtl or ns iiiiiikI I to '.'ik Clio nidi'4d voice if Con gress to I'li'siilent Lincoln and to the peo ple. ' Here I a portion ol what they said : "The rresident, by preventing this bill from becoming a law. hold the electoral vole of the relic I State at the dictation ol hi iHTsonal ambition, if those vote turn the balance in his fiivor, Is it to he suppim-d that hi competitor. defenMl by such means, will acquiesce T If the rclicl msioi itv nsscrt tlieir sniiremiK'V In those StntifC null wild vole which elect un enemy of the Government, will we not repel bis claims? Ami i not that civil war. tor the President inaugurated bv lite votes M rclicl Stales f 11 elector for President lie allowed lo be chosen in cither of. those SUite, a sinister light will be east upon the motives whleli tniliieoil the rreslilentlo hold for naught the w ill of Congress. A more studiitl outrage on tho legislative authority of the people bus aevnr I wen ir pct rated." - - , After denouncing the amnesty proclama tion as a "headlong stride toward anarchy." this extraordinary manifesto meiia'sinirly apcals totlie people and Congress t "eon- shut ui roiniiiy lor iniiie usnrmi.nn, nun having fouud It, fcarle-isly to execute It." The people rescinded to this :iiM'.ll by their action in the ensuing Noveniiier ele- tlon. They re-ek'Otrtl Abraham Lincoln to goon with the good work, ami they took the llrst Provisional (iovernor of his ap pointment, Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, to co-3ieratc with him in Its consumma tion. -There was one Congreasiwnnl district in the country where that apM'id, If founded on justice, might well have been exacted to produce u profound Imjireriiou. It was the district which one of it aulliors ropro- tented, where he wan best known and his Mrsonnl Influence Inost Hnernil, and where he would naturally be suiMseil to timl a strong body of zealous and anient adherents. , Able ami brilliant as Mr. Davis was ac knowledged to b the issue that he thus made with the Administration was not sus tained by his district, nor by nut) want out of the thirteen which couiHised it. Ill thu Convention wdiieli met shortly after, rep reenting nil Hint claimed to be the Union sentiment of the district, Mr. Davis did not reorive oti w(. - , i ' And here, fellow-citizens, I rest my ease for the present. I went forth from 'you commissioned to supisirt nnd sustain tho iKillcy which thC last Congress, Uh Mr. Davis at its head, denounced an a Hu-nd-long stride toward anarchy." 1 have con sistently sustained that policy, unmoved by similar denunciations of my fellow lucmhen of thu present Congress. I conic back, asking nothing, and expecting noth ing, but to bring with me an honorable reputation Into private life. Yon. gentle men of the Convention, liavo seen tit to signify your desire, and the desire of what I oeneve to lie an overw neimiug majority of the people, that I should continue to ad vocate and uphold the restoration of the Union and tho Conn tit tit ion, aa your repre sentative in the Fortieth Congress. I have reirarded your call as the call of duty, the call of honor, and the call of my country. I have been able to find no reason that would entirely satisfy my own feeling of Kell'-rcsitect hy disobeying that call. 1 am not here to defend, explain or vin dicate my course. The record is before you, ami you have acted. I am here not on the defensive, but the aggrenslve. 1 am here to attack those who assail the I'nion and undermine the bulwarks of Itepobli can. Constitutional, American lilKity, 1 am not here to defend myself against those who may cnoose to nsnu nie. 1 uo iiolnk every member of this Convention, of every man who may vote for mo at the ikiIIs, to endorse each and every vote I have seen tit to give. I stand upon the 1'hilaikipliln platform, which stands Umiii the Constitu tion or the united States, Apologizing for Schenck! . Tho Journal is axloglzlng for Sciiknck on the bounty question. Keep on, old fel low. Iiut please explain wby Sciiknck could get all nigger bills through by even a two-thirds majority but couldn't Bnc- cccd any w here else ! i That won't do! And if the Journal will also explain Why Ucneral sciiknck re sisted the Increase of pay tnaolUiurg to $18 or $20 per month, he will do us a service. We tnuke the charge distinctly, and are ready to prnvt it by the Glvle. ' ' , Do you luutr, Air. -Journal? Wo stand r.Midy to prove by tho Qutbe that Sciiincm (tint solilirrt' li'leud !) defeated the ell'ort of LlciuocruU to iaio the pay from $13 to $1S or $'51 a month; and that by Sciiknck it I 1 " was raised to only fill a mouth. Ve can KIv"! K". u! tlie ili'bativ Don't Wake Them. tonlfiL'er suffrage, Increased pay vf crm show . . T... , K"uiuu, eKtru xiy proU-otlve, tarltls nnd internal revmiuo laws that grind then lo of the earth. They fel ImMwr when they arc '"lP.' . They dream then of the Kool obi g 1 deniiM-ratle day when the total eoti.md it : ltures of tiie Government woroouly $,'k. tonslon 000.(100: and when Uiero were no high ,.., - ,,..... i,.w . tarllKand a n vinm. law was entirely un nuestlon known. The Journal plaintively calls on the Union men to awake V - Hut they don't like to awake! As soon as they open their eyes they see tho Journal tilled with Hi ukni k ' and bis accouiplishiuouts : and they awake I 1 f the Journal has any consideration ltr Its "Union men," it will let them sloop ou Follow the Example. of In . MaliMi votes for the Tarty that is devoted I to tier interests, l.ct Ohio do the aainn. Is it not time that the toadies to New Knfr- land w hom we bare iM-c.n aendlug to Con gress should be exchanged for Wetter nieu devoted to IV r storn lutcrOKts f ; ) ' Sectiunulisiu U the orilur of Uie day. If the Vut wauU any tkuu at tbe, hai(ils of tne r enerai uovennnent. It mil look atlor Itself, Take warning ttvm YaukeediMU. THE MlLY "EMPlliE. II. H. HimiSMIR... r-...KJItv. . r ip-.. , . . . ; i. Li At TON OHIO, Wednesday, Bptmbr 12, 1866 The Constitutional Amendment— Who Threatens Civil War. We are not mnoh mirprlsed at anything that npln-an liitltclmyton Journal; but we eiHifess that IU edltorlnl of tiiln morning, "Wak on Pcrr," I a little In advanee of what we exH-cUil even from It. The Southern Slates, being entitled, un der tho Constitution, to a certain number of representaliven, the lladtcMs nay to them, you shnll hnve your represeiibitlven reduced nearly one-half yH adapt netfro mtlrif. This the Journal calln tpttiraulre (!) that there shall be no more re bellion! What a net of fools or cowards these men are that speak about guarantee! esHTlally nr guarantees. What guar antee do we of tho North want, with our wonderful resources. Immense navy, strong standing army. Inexhaustible wealth, oi ls-dally to keep In fealty to the Constltn lion a Htrt lon of our country that we have devastated and almost destroyed ; a people without money, organization, ships, army, capacity or desire; for further trouble. A man is an am that talks about the necessity of guarantees. We can understand a ltad ical who wants to have the negroes vote, In order to preserve, the ascendancy of radl ealism in power. There if, some sense in this. And here is the whole point. Badi callsm dcirc to return not simply a ma jority, but a majority of Uen-thinh in both Houses. It want to control the next Presidential election. And It is in this conmvtloil tile rrcsiilciicy that the jieo ple will see the necessity of overturning the lbulicals nnd of Immediately admitting the Southern States to prevent a civil war Now li-Jt us see. In 1WW there will be electoral tlc.keU In the Held in all the Suites. Conservative men will then insist, if. apon counting tho deetnml vote of tho iioJe found), their candidates have a majority of tHo electoral college, he shall be Inaugura ted la-cause ho will have then received hot only the jmputar majority (which Lincoln did m-) but also tho Constitutional majori ty, ltadicalism, if it has the pluck to hold out on It present basis, will make war to prevent this If It can. Wc doubt ita cour age, we confess. Hot all conservative men say, mid o says 'that he shall Isj inaugura ted a (he next President of tho l ulted States, who receives the Constitutional ma jority of nil the States. i it The statement that the democracy, or conservative men threaten civil war, if they are defeated nt the polls, te a bat lie, de liberately penned by the writer for the Journal, with a perfect knowledge that it was nltorly untrue. Tho only man who has publicly avowed bis determination to resist the will of the people la that Radical demagogue Wit.i.rcH, who publicly pro claimed in Indiana, that if defeated at the IKtlls, the Undical Organization to which he belonged, ami which numbered hundreds of thousands Intended theu to try force which was tlie; ntrongest party. ' Schenck and the Bounty! We copy from tint Journal of this niorn- Ing defending Sciikmck : , " ' ' Suluikkh' IIiiumtt. eUn)ay wo gave an account of tteiiernl Hehenek'n efforts to ec(iiT the Kmiallntlnn of Jiouiitiea, so that all men who served the country In the armies should receiva culmfc Honnties.i Of course titer was a ktemtaty i fruit to thc-i nmoiini to tin. pain. uiiiim(e lioutliet would hava dcfeati.U the end In view, lie CAuae (A umHtrji it wit able to put them. , , Now Is1 not that refreshing, In view of the history of tlio last Congress! MUHom of dollar for Tiljjgem nnder' thfi' Ilnreau law! Hundreds of thonsands for extra pay for Cougfuasmen I Ami millions for "Inor dinate lioitntlcs" to niggers and coniiieiiBa- tion to owners of niggers; but not money enough to make a better bounty law to the soldier who preserved tho Government! Cool ! Wc receive each year or at least did last year 30(1,0(10,000, of which 170, 000,000, was lu gold. Where docs it all go? New Advertisements. To those who want Employment V J. HOI. I, AND A t o want to oiiKag-o Im ' a nieumiciy iweocr encrKetlu, itrittcveriiiK ...v.. . viii Mr,, uuuk- l I U4 ami iruo," , afrent rt'itorit, twttnty. two sola Inoneday; nuoi olil fltteoil 111 biK bolll. Kvorv oiio iu, c It loir AililretB n.j, iioi,i,Anit mi,, ; C'oiuiiiliu.H, Ohio. ' Notice to Owners of . Express '; j Wagofl and Drays. i i'.i. O -V V-" - - i ' MAYOIt'S OKKCK. i I" ' IIAIION, O., Heptomlxtr 14, lawi. ' Ownrr of pcipress Wagons anil lrny thnt ar nonr in u-u in tin- city uf Unytou, are huretiv uoti IIimI nml vennlt-eil to- himiiih-to tho Mayor,' on or liel'ore llio Vulli day of .SopUMoltcr, lhrsl.'tlio umn Iter iton iiiil fiu- t-aiil lpri-Mii WaKiiim unu lra)S. togntlMir wiUi laoilutcot uie IIi-qmi, uiuoo iiitu wmdem-e. tho oliiiH-lof this n-iiuiroiiieiit la to rcgnUtc the mimiM-r of each, Trent ooo ttp to, tin ttumlii i- lutw in nsa, nml alMi fur llio purpoau ol' keoiiing n reiMii-dot' tiiu aat.io, na rfitilri-il Ity the oriluiioii-ea of tlio rily. The in -won not,' htiving Uv leant nuntUvr w II. tie rAiitlcd to Nu. it and w un 1 JIlNATIIAN Kfc.S.VKV., avltaltt Uinrtlti ' MXiAI NOTICH.' ' ' f fori iiMiirsiKliif t rikj'of IU-.lunnul, 1 j liullaiin. will tnte hutire tltat Miitgotul litviotiet-. of Hitnigitutt ry iioiintv, attito ol oiiio iliil, on th lik iIj.v ur MeiKctiilH-r. A: l . Jil, nu Iter putiliiHi In lb rtaitn-.r Loiu-tof taid countv ami hlatc, UKtiutil llio Kitiil l.L-wii (Minm-r onil Kwlat-ii'k livvinair.-inilM'wIltnil utut um ailni .liia trirtoi-aol1 Arnold ttwltinin-, dereancit,' l'ioiaiok I'ltnniuir and ( ruueiaa-n Hnoing. Ina wil'u, .loltn Knr. VVIMUin AlcAuaiiy tiiiii Imiao Trevor, ilo iiiainlltig iluwcr in A part of ajutnai theitnt ipnirlvr nl He,-. lO. town . riio(o5o, in Miami tuminhip, in aaill oouiit',uitninilig4 nun- nod M mutIiiii. of lititil.aiiil in anotu.c iixai1 oi liuiii in auiil iioarter serlion, tuitittiiiiitig ft a.-.i-ea and 140 pert-ltel of land. 44td in m lot No. n ou Kafither'a vial ol the town of AllitmUliilrg, in aald t-iiuiity and atui aa tliu widow of AtniiM tiwlunm, iuto of ald ivnun ly, 0iKi-atotl. - i ' i It ,,,,1 . Ami tint haid TiOwlii (iwinner la notified that ha i pwitiiitul K ie,iHnr nod anawcr aaid netitiitn on or iMtioro the Uio.1 Datuntay autvr tltv ssm day of IhUibor, A. I). IMM. , MAItdAltKT (1WIMNKK. .A i NOTK KU IutmhWaiwnl by the undersigned, uotuttruit my wllo. or any on l, u nit ni-wiuil, aa I will pair no itrirtaorrniM-rieiiiitnu'.i-lug. ' aelliU , JACOU WICUCKMAMN. AlICTIONKKK Or KK Al. E8TATB, I-KKWINAf, i nut t.n,u, ahl ainiis-iuiyjii. IU1I.O (MM)IW, c, M 1 1 HiAla) llrnnt, Kanvlr Bliiac. Aim. WhoU liUonnil Kotail ileautr In Dry OoimU llroad fliitha, I'luaiiiii-roa rainy Uuoda. tllovo' llmlary, ami Notiou omll kta.lt. . ' ' Knvor him with a call, and tlnd evaAyUif sat- Ueuionilter No 110- Main traut, ''KuiPlra" lluilduig, acxt disnr to Ooodiiinn'i, act New Advertisements. Special Notices. Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia Iks ! fteimlnr HAIK Rr.T(iltATIVK of the 4ar. H M rleaner, more rlchlr Beriiimml. nnl n wMrni. lorMinre (rmy hnlr k In nninvnl oolori mn Ms romlx off; n-mor alMMlmff rmut the ol, nnd trerent bslilnM. Komi the fol low lug htttne testimony t . CKUTmCATR - - - The ftillnwiftr i In iM-rt f. ll,t I har. u.j,.! iNti a v kokT'a n i k Auiiinuti n .. . i " 1 n,?f tiinnti in it nit mm m i-miniiHi t.tr ll ut jH'rriirm. Mv licti.1 tins ttci-n itf-31-l Iml'l for sevrrsl year-ltl he fr In Irn; fur ix jrrnm, n ifiwiiiinii or ltii,rliiir li lite iluctv tloiti in tttetowfir Hi AMIIIiOHIA. I nm protMl to nnv Hist I no hT rt flne Kr,twlh of honllliy ItHlr, ""' ,,n,,-r cr,uirntvf'ff nve 111111. I rnn AIM! uwTity hm lo it qiihIIImsi In rclorinff rmv hnlr Ut IU orit'tttsl rolor, hAvliir i-n tttctiiHil Itir mrnoat liitluis' rrlcitil. I knotr II In It mih'- iMif hi km lunar ninnmTni, , nti i im snow, I k mi Irom ex iienenrHj. In n,rrn'nri, to IU nmiH-r. tics, nml woitt.l ri-i'ontiiteliil It lo 11M ar iM-hiff tin) hofft Artlrlc In mailti't. W M. At. Jliri'Altll. Hlon, Ohio, Annnt M, INnA. K. H Tt'llllK A U.,f,mp'. Pplerlmro, N II. rrMt by all I'riinnuu In Dayton, anal in err where. Ir. W . W . M i l; w A NT, etiSMnwftin Whnlrsnle Afrent. lnyton,ii. k KKW l'ISt HE FOB THR HiNIIKKKdllt t. rtalMl "IIBhl BlMmlaa 'rr." P.aUa-a "11111111 ft I Mixing Orrw.." PbaUa'a "NiRkl IIImiIi e'cr.. Fhilnii Nljbl fllMMliig Crrraa." Pknlaa'a )!! llliMtialnB rraa. A nn inHta, dullrat, ami Fragrant IWnnw, H.uilr feint ta rara anil iNMiiitlfai flnmr fnnu whieli II laktHi 111 Duma, Miuuifiic-tnriMl nn); by ' ' 1 t. 91AI.OJV V nOH, Near avk. BF.WARR Of 0lt!TKItPKIT. ; ASK mil I'HAbtlN'S TAKE NO OTIIKH. lj)l3.IMWKnw"oty.4n) Jf NIHHI tlit: AKB C't:i.lHA)V(an K- say of Warning; and Inslritntion for Yotm Men. AIna, lfenfta and Ahnnea which nmatrute the Tilsl Hwar, with sura aeini of relief. Hent frnn of c.hnrKe In aealeil lotusreitvelop.- Aililrea. Ir. J SKII.I.IN IIOUUIITON, Itowsrit AmKH-lAtiori. Phllad.il.liiA, Pa. 1 AltlVllltv.-Im . i Special Caution. Mrn,WIISI.Ofri)NITIIINV 1 lll'f aa bocontn so poiular that rurioua parties have put out articH'i culling them Mr. Whinlow-. Mnrno take notii-a llint TIIK V U WCfHIXIW OK l llh. MOUTHING SVm:p m NOTION NMtn'KU WITH AMY OTHKK AKUCI.K. : i JiltilnwSm Dr. Bicknell's Syrup! 1 TUB UttKAT CHOLBRA REMEDY ! Also, Ptumteni, (nrrovi. CMr MortMt. Sum- mr PomjUaM, Pttinol Ormrtp In StomticX or Bow tit, Mdb or SUmach, PutnUr't Colic, Xt.', anil is wiirrantul toct liK or no t,ty. I purely vort ahle, wlthont n pnrtiilo of opiat or unruttic. lllKlily aromatic, rerjr ulunHnnt to Uio twite, mild. but lure in ill affect, n arm nnd strengthen thu yU'm, ncu Ilka s charm, nir.mllnif almont Inline, diste relief, anil a taste of tho arliolo will nalin'y th mostlnoreiliileoa of thtno faota. i Hold nf nil ilcAlor In mtHllolne.' Vli-tme ii.nil for i-lrrolar. Try It. Prepareil only by KlWAItl SUTTON Proniilinwe, tL.f. liKMAa .VAKNKS A Co.. or New Tork.oeneral Agent.' ' rtidilnolin An nainruinaeil Muna? nrni Vnisinle rbytician, iYeeiC (it the Attention of Mothf t her SQ0TH1HG SYRUT! JoM ror OliU.lmn Titblnj I Which greatly facilitates the proeuMof teething, ItyitolU-iiiii tho f umi, mlnrlngnll Inllsinmntloui, wtll allny ALL fAIN nnd spasmoiUo nction,anili Sure to Regulate the Bowels, Dein.t iiMin ft', motFien, It will give rest to your- Relief and Health to Your Infants. Wa hsv Uit up ami anld thin Article (or aver 80 year, nml can sat in ciinpiiuincic ANnrnvTHof it wont wo have never lieen nltlc to say of nny other ateillolne MKViia has it faii.ad ih ASinm. in. stance to KTriuiT A ousk, when timely aacd Never iliil we know an inntance of diuatiafuetion by any ono who uioU It. On tha oontrary, all arc dellghteil with ttaoiterntimiR, nnd sitvnk in term of conimenilation onta magical effects nml moill oaI vlrlue. Wespenk In this matter "wiiat w e uo (now," after SO yoara'exporlencas anu pmimii OUn KEPUTATION rOB THE rULriLLHENT OV WHAT wa deolah. In nlmoat every lntance where the fafaut I aufforiug from pain ami exhaustion, re lief will bo fouud In flftoen or twouty inlmtltm srtei the syrup It admlniateiod. rail direction for using will nooompany each bottlo. Nono gonulne unless th fno-slmlle of OUUTIS A l-KKKINM.Now York, la on tho outnidu wrapper. Hold by all Druggist througiiout the world. PRICE. ONLY 35 CTS. PER BOTTLE UMitawom . Uka.ok Ultsara. i "tkl amaair wr tke at J on I," ald a gentleman U hit friend who ra. marked that 'trnBfcau;kaar gaA, Stat Itakocki anitter." New Advertisements. Special Notices. New Advertisements. BFLHNDIjD i Uveiy Stable Property ' 1H MIAMIIIUW, r OK. SAIaK.BY ON HATirtihAV, the Ultti iUy of cxtohkk, lH.ll, At two fV,oAk r. M., Ht MOUTflKU'H 1HTKL, hi iUu town kf MianiUlitir, Ohio, will be solil, to thu hiKh(!t ItidiUir, tlio Itilltrwiitg riul fttaU', uh th )niMrl vof lKuy nKkuy,ttj-4i!iht'i, to-witi Ktutto in Ilie ctmniy of )ittntMury anU ntuXv f Oluo, UiiiiK lu'. No. 18 oil tlie oriKiiml hUt uf Ihtj iwu 4l MinjiMRbuiK. itl ftaiil county, - fiuttl lii-giMtriy U lie wrt.( iV ot iUmr, ; - 1 A,traiitHt 1iht-ii lUiwt r, nt. t.i,4llo fuu twtiiiioi sn ior m unn iwo-titiniN t lienor. IV rm h ol mtltx-ttfii-iliiil cuh cn titty uf Mite oiut-thiiil iu un. ami oue-tbint lu two vt-mn kli.i ulUr; tiefrteil tmytnrnu tu twitr lu(tHt, nml to uw.aHHMiiuii iy iuurncuK nn mi) ureniitttt. AMANDA A.OAMKKY; '' AdmlnlHtrntrU of lUy Lkoy .m h. , Ab CL4V iUuimyA . . r uUlw4 Premium Carriage Factory. J. LANCDON It DRO., ; i i. '. Htill isoatiuuu to uianufactura , ! Carriages, Iiuggies & Sleighs, At their faolory, Mn. It, It and 15, Fourth atrovt. Repairing Dou Neatly and, Proiiiptly. ,yT,ri-AI0, pKAKKS AK-- SADDLERY HARDWARE, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,: OUILOING HARDWARE, , auaUdnwiM i i i Mat. In) ftiatla atrnal. 0IIAU.IW U. EIUH. . , . U . . . : ,-. an WIN - n WHIKAM . t HAS. J5.MIJXi:iC Jt CO., ' -' " " HKAI.KI18 IM ' ' BALTIMORE 0YSTEES ... .. IM" .. . Arwinlliif, Product a4 CVta, minion Mmttanit Wboloanhtttiid-retail iffMcr In nnd ahliitioi-aof a 1. H ( -t- it :j a "" ;; ni: Fruit and Vegetables, in season II'- in -I t ,'t ANr 1 " 1 ' ' '" Floor, in Barrels and Backs, ' , Nt. 60 Jet ferssta nlrael, )ul . . i DAYTON, OHIO. New Advertisements. Special Notices. New Advertisements. Book Store. m - v? .BSsWsa I It'll- ! I m i (i i . i , ,i, i . i . , 'I - :' I : , t u i i f t fiass CD ' ' - : I .I. i s5JT . . t. '. . i it i t f-. i i .-i t , ., , . t CD i : - . V ' t '. 7 i ',.1 ', ,,4 pnasasn a1knjkVA1t1aJa 4 i I ' ;'' ! !: ,. 'tu . i. . ; I I i . i 'i '"anj ' , wann. . I i I i ' ' f" , ' .. i . ,i i , ' i. . New Advertisements. Special Notices. New Advertisements. Book Store. Business Notices. DYSPEPSIA! I)r.HTRU i ANit'n Ton hi I a ennrr-n- rab'd preparation of KooUnnd llrrlt. w ith hiitlncld and cnrnilnatlvrn to alroiiffthfii tho HtoiiiHi-h and nrrron nyatoin. It In a certain remiyly for lynpetla or lndl)rr tion, Nnrroiiaiim, liOof ApMtlto, Acidi ty of the HtoniiK'h, Hatulcin v and IMillily It is not alcoholic, therefore imrlicnlnrly oilted for Wpak, Noryon. ami ljM'ptlo M'rin. Korsitle by ail lrujtjrit every where at f 1 ior bottle. CUIUS row. I I V li H. Dr. 8trlcklnBr PILE REMEDY! Ha cured thonmnds of the worst eases of mind and llleedini; l'ile. It irives imme diate relief, and eireet A IM'i-iiiaiiiint cure. Try it directly. It I wnr run till to euro. For sale by all liruirifiHta nt fid ets per bottle. Dr. 8trlekliirn tXUOII 1 MMU.IKI.ltOHS mokk. Jcqtjqh BALSAM Is warranted to be the only prcHinition known to enre (.'onj.'li. ( olds, llonmenena, Athina, Whoopinif t 'ouirli.t'lironlcCoiiL'li Otnsnniptlon. Itronehili nnd t'ronp. lie - lirrparen irom Honey nnd Herb, It Is liealinif. noftenlniF. and exieetnratinir, nnd iKirtleubirly suitable forall all'ectlon of tho Vli rout and I.iiiir;. l'or sale bv DniL'L'isIs nvervwhr ,UiS Doctor . HTWi'f-ANIVH TONIO. Amusements. T IJItNKlCH' OlMCKA. IIOt'.SK. LAST N 1UHT llt'T TIIKKK OF TIIK tVflltl.l) KK.NIIW.NKI Ravel, now Martinctti Troupe ! --- The performance will lonimfiirp w itli tlie fVnnti. lu I ilomttitiv lift) let ol tliu HARVIST TTOA1 T?. tJhnraotora e. , . ,,y thrn. ;i Ituvola Tolto followed by an mliniroil claJiTcc-xi-ri-liiu tho THR K K .AI'O LLOS 1 "y Julian, l'lillln nml Paul MnrtincMi AfUtr which a till AND III V KKTIHKM KNT. l,v tho whole leCOKl'M UK IIALLKT. era llio tomime entitled Mattio Trumnnt i t Character! hy tho Marti nt-Hia ftfc.V ftiil, mtk fi,r IkA mtilL'li It iiiul-l, .... Sumi-dny, SepU'ittlHir 15, Iwlo. '' 'or particular, till i of the day. 'm Amusements. Wants. W . Nf, - tnrrlnun Trlinincr, a ( nrriiiiie yj llialr-nmkoi- and n 111m kumlh Apolv lo .1. f.ANItllON lH()., IS Moin Hivet. aVivill Amusements. Wants. For Sale. '-1 For Sale. A l.iMlll iiilatantiiil Krnmo llnililinir, 15 feet lonir hy Hij wide, with n (rood riirlit-horae en ante and Itoilor 14 fc-t long nod Ha ini tios in dioni i-vr, nu aiiiinoio ior liiiinnliii-t.tirlltir pot-itnrey Anv OHO in need of a tiUi.., r lliia LiH in n.. this a rare I'lmm e. Tho huililini; hua jual Ik-ch re littod, nml theeitirliieaiiii luiilcriiro ui-uiIv ,u,u- Kiic, ntrthcr pnrtir.iilnri, nddrrtia I ock itim sui. liayUin, Ohio. aiiXIdtf. Amusements. Wants. For Sale. House Furnishing Goods. SBPTBMBEK 13, 1830. VOTTl. VXLIjIm Tit A. 13X3. House Furnishing Good? Van Ausdal, Harman & Co., N. 1 in a In atrcnl. : tyould call the ntUMttion of Ituyers to their full nnd well atmorted stock of Body Brussels, , English Tapestry Brussels, Three Pl, . Superfine Iograio, I - 0 : Wool Dutch, Tapestry Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp and Rag , CARPETING Now oteniiig, from foreign and domeitic munii faetorle. ' - 1 - - . . ( OOCOl MATTIVG. MATTINO, AMI MANILLA MATTINO. , Floor and Table Oil Cloths : All width. f r i Uaraellli's, Huiiey-eonir), Allendale and Lanraater Conntcrpanosi . Curtain Ten-vn,' tilll Cornier and llnmU. Curtain Hiipa. Cui-tttln tiimp nnd Coril, H,leiniiil l.:n-eClirtioa. t iirlllin Ihni, .. MoUluRhaui C'urlaiUH, i Curtain Uinnntiks, t.AP.fiK 8TWJK ri.AtN .ASn tflLT SHAIIKS. Wijioow Hollands, all widths and colors. TAiu.r. ano riAino cuvr.un, l.lnctt nnri-fntlon Khopliior. all wldiha; Pillow I'teiiuKi,; I'liwelH; Nnpkiiiai lolicai Linen liaiu-a-k fain I Tnlilo (lollis. n'ltt't'li AJII) toi.oitKI) CAUPET yAli A hamlaome naiortment of Htampeililt WALL PAPBHf, . Now ulyle fc'riwoo ao0 iilt - 1,1 Decorative Paper Hayings, HAT1N WAIaI. PAI'RUR CDMMrtN WAl.f.'l'A, FUR. WIN DOW rAI'Klt.HUK ItUAltn KIN'IS AjfrntHfur KlehAnlt A Co.'h new pntrnk conu r irntH t4rM lornUirw am) ifHmt; iwttiioLliihg m-n, lSftlll Mllll umitlllllltrtl.' 4 nrMiii mtvlo mul tti( ittwn, Wlnttoiv Khndi-s AiHirM-ftir(ir put u, n1 uthor work oxt nh t ut litrt mtlc. V h y AUSDAL, HARMlX&rO., wWlly 71 Wain Mtrret. 11 1 New Advertisements. A Fine Vineyard and Garden lota AT AUCTION. yilX I to.,), at tiiot vttrt Uouko, in IMyton, $a$unlty, &f,tttmbr J, Hi 6m o'ei.b af. M., hi HU luU.it irom Kkiv 4 Hve iwrtvt em-.i, Ihe Vinuyi.nl ami M.ukft K:ii'li iUvillt lh ) ui,vMViiHtHl by It IUiimsMi,tt,"i.iiiiK.r Kki-v iirtMiiiMM aud iiiM.iu l-i.ii.ttiL U11U, m-tu Ui WnyivsvilleiJlktt. . , . v .r rhene ln,"n lit) 11 (ton a thlrty-thrvf fi'iiiiti-c'!,iij ant lint only 'tM'll4nt fjiml Itir ViiitvriU Hint 4HrdIM. Illli rOllllDailtl HllB.wt UIlOUilAUHi rkiati U thtii-lty ih1 HiirrtMinflititf viillcy. ' 11 mi h 1 Vli I r IHHMD kliu liiB uimnr nurtnl hy iuut ttfitf e at itua hik! twu tnrM Hitb inU-nt-t. i II Alt I KH A N USOV. ni'lhltt ly K. W. U)tiiWKN, Aurtiom-ttr. i KKKI WIIRAT. rtAI.K-KtlY lHinlitilii very upoiinr Wheat. 1 hirhL i-.h! c.liuir iHmnlt'd M.wllU'runt'Hii. iilU.iI rroiu newly liiiHrU'ii wwl Iiut your; it Uhh tht winl; very well, riiMUHnt early, uuc.HHMMily liti'kri! 11I1111111 irrtiih. I'uht ifrt Or ttmiHr colttr. mrv cli'iin (tud wtrriitMl ptiru w iiniMrtl. 1'KirK, sa ou tur oumui, ouiiverwl at lHuot, Nuw tHiiH. H. ft. KH ilig, aettw new raria, frotvle CuuuC, O,