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M. II , HOHINWOtt, l.ilitor. t'll Oil, ......... iicUti DAYTON. OIILO. Friday, Januaiy 18.1S67 Democratic State Ticket. roR oovkkkor: AU.KSO.THUUMAN. FOR MKUIKNAXT OOVKflO.!: IMXIEI. S. 1111. of Holme'. vor tkkaw'Hkr: Dr. 0. Kl'T.TOX, of Cr.iw.'ord. FOR Al'DlrOHI JOHN McEMVKK. of Itutlir. FOR ATI'OKN K.Y (IKNKKAl. ! rUANK 11. lIl'liD. of Kno- . FOR JUW1KOK 01 THKMir CIH IIT V THOMAH M.KKY, of Hamilton. FOR coKTnoi.i.rn OF tiikari hy : WM. S11KK1DAN, of .Milium. FOR llOAltn OF PI1BI.K! WORKN '. AKTIH'R llt'dlKS. nf Cuyahoga. News by Telegraph and Mails. T tie Charlotte, N.C., ?YirK umlciNtn ! tlmt Mr. Wii.mam JIcCohh iin ti'scovc on ills fnrn. four utVo from Ct.nrlol' a r'ch velnof ?olti ore. vwirtii 0,1 ii ve -ngo one h 11 ml red ocill;i'- a bushel. 'i'he bridge over the !.lale l't-D. near IlarleesvWe, C ?!ve wv i (-.onllv . mid "precipitated a ca riuge filled vri li young ladles Into tweniy foot water. Strangely enough, tlio ladles, driver nnd horses I'll escaped uninjured. They have a refreshing sensiit'o.i out nt Tirookvllle, I ml. An action Involving crlm. con. has been commenced in the Franklin Circuit Court, in which the dum- ape aro laid at 20.000. All the p.irtieR In volved are of mature ne. married, and respectably connected., the defendant In the case being one of the county commis sioner. Thelargo stained front window glass of Trinity M. E. Church, Fort W ayne, Ind.' which cost iliOO, w:.s donated by some per son unknown at the time, it Is now rumored that the splendid gilt was made by two gamblers, who had made a big haul play ing faro. Dispatches from vai ions xlnU in Illinois, from Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota, report very severe weather. The mercury ranges from ten to thirty-live degrees below zero. The liend Paok. w ho murdered his wite at Valparaiso, Indiana, and her mother, and nearly killed a young woman who was living with the lanilly, has not yet been arrested. The Senate, yesterday, passed a bill giv ing the Sheriff ot each county $200 nercase, incases where the State fails or defendants provo Insolvent, was read the third tune and passed , What docs this inear. ? Yesterday, In tiie House, Mr. Bkeh offered a resolution iliat the I.andscrlp Commissioner of Ohio be re quested to inform this House, at as early a day as practicable, why the land-scrip be longing to this State was sold, part of it on time, at less than flfly-flve cents per acre, while the Government of the United States was selling lands at one dollar a id twenty -flve cents per acre. Dispatches from the East report the heaviest snow-storm for years. ' The railroad trains ai'c all delayed, but the roads are expected io be cleared by to morrow. Havana advices of the l'Jih siatc that the small-pox' continues in Matan ;a. There were over 300 cases under treatment and had been filly deaths In one day. Pkrmn'b steam flouring mills, i-t Mar shall, Michigan, were burned on Sunday night. Loss about $S0.G00. The Nevada Legislature yesterday re elected James W. N vk United States Sena tor. The committee of the Kentucky Legisla ture appointed to Inquire Inta the proprie ty of removing the State Capital, have reported In favor of removal, but do not recommend any particular place. ' The Vienna (Austria) J'rvuse, ot the 17th Inst., says that large insurance has been ef fected at Hamburg on Maximilian's jht soual effects, to be shipped by steamer from Mexico. A New York dispatch says : "A fierce snow-storm, the heaviest known hero for years, set in last night, and Is siill falling with unabated fury. It has fallen to the depth of over a foot on the level. The drifts are two and three feet deep." [Washington Correspondence] THE PLOT FOR THE PRESIDENT PRO TEM— THE CONSPIRACY FOR—"OLD TRAD"— RADICAL SHRINKS—THE BREAK ON THE WHEEL—THE WEAK-KNEED ADMONISHED. WASHINGTON, January 15. " No sooner w'll this Congress go out, than he new will step In without the lapse of a day. Candidates are already pressing for ' important offices. A strong pressure is be' in;r made to bear in favor of Wade s Pre ldent pro tempore of the Senate, in place of Mr. Foster, whose term expires with the present Congress. Morrill, of Maine, will also be supported for the position, and the chauces, just now, arc said to be favorable to his election. For the Speakership of the House, .Colfax (the present incumbent) will be a candidal e, as a mutter of course, There Is some talk of running llauka, of Massachusetts, who was Speaker of the House a few years since; mid who, while a General in the army, won euch ilisthic tlon lu his cotton thieving raids. "Pity the aorrowt of a isjor old man," Ohm anncrrliA nm,t mill linw 11i.it, uiiiilv tr V... s, ". ...... .--v, .... ...... ... "old nittU. lie oniy received seven voles out of the eighty-one cast tor U.S. Senator. rorney's inlluenee in 1 ennsy ivania may also be calculated by this number of ite- uuhlican votes. It Is thus evident that neither poor old Thud, nor Forney can lead a corporal s guard in tneir own Mute. 1 In stomach of the Republican party there Is too weak to digest the pernicious Jacobin stuff which old Thad. urescnues tor tnem The Radicals shrink from seizing the functions of the Executive Department. It begins to be obvious tiiat this can be brought about only by the bayonet and civil war with an utter destruction of bureaus. commerce and capital. pending the strife. The deposition by force of a King is a very serious matter, and always breeds revolu tion, while the deposition of a people-chosen President, for mere party puriioscs, and only by a party, becomes a much more se rious matter. The Supreme Court Is now the break ou the Kiiuieul wneei oi revolution. Hence, there is no help for radical ism, short ot revolution Itself, and then, ll'they can fighl well enough, they can free themselves from both the Executive and judicial Depart ment of the government, which certainly are very much In the way of their con-pi racy to seize tlie r.xccutlve and Itnllcliiry I K-pai tmenu, ami make some Senator like Wailc. or t handler. King, Knuicror, C'nr. or Sultan. Wendell Phillip ami, vou know, that when he Mows h's.lacoblu horn. Hie Radi cal parly soon gather In train and follow quickly aid thr other (htv. In his Anli- Slarrry Siutiiltirtl. tliut "radicail-tn Is des tined to win, that thn Ashleys, the Rout wells, the llutlcrs, the Kcllevs, thenien who best meet the demands of tlie nation. In Its extremity, will bo thn men of the future sustained and honored by the people," t?TW call attention to the following forcible and lucid exposition of the designs and strength of tlio Republican party, by one of Its prominent advocates : The Republican Party—Its Estimate by Hon. Henry B. Stanton— A Truthful Description. [From the An Slavery Subdued's Report.] I promise to say something about the Republican party. I do not know how culoglstically 1 may sxak of it; but ! will speak plainly. 1 know the party thor oughly. The question Is, Will it meet this issue ? There are a great many mere poli Il' laus in tlie parly, and too few statesmen. It Is made up ot three classes ot men, with resH'ct to negro suffrage those who earn estly desire it, and will not he denied : those who are coldly in favor of it; and those who are somewhat ei-haps decid edly oposcd to I.. l,et tin' first class, tlie w!tive men, take the lead, and the rest w ill follow, hs the tall always follows the head. I tell the party, in ail candor, that II they blink this issue, ami refuse to confer the riirht of suffrage on the negro, they may set their houses innrdcr. for their time is come. Applause, They may evade the question In-day by a subteifuge; but it will return to them to-morrow. They may crush It down by an unholy compromise in this Congress; hut. elastic and Irrepressible, it w ill spring to its feet in tlie next and con front them, armed i(; a pie In the weaions of righteousness and truth. They might as well attempt to dam up Niagara w ith tlie struggling moonbeams of a misty night, us1 to resist llie onward march of universalj ....ir- :.. .i.i.. ..... iv... .vs. k.7i the Irrepealable law of gravity would sweep over the declivity ill spite of id I their shadowy obstruction. Applause.! lu the language ol Dr. Watts, w hich just occurs to mi; looking to t:ie perilous po sition of tlie arty I exclaim : "o t s'ip hv" iic ; I see firm stunt', A ill' IK-r ' billow rull lie oiv." The "slippery rocks" of a cowardly ex pediency, the "fiery billow s" of a hungry Democracy. Laughter. Are the Repub licans aw are that a change of 21,000 votes would give the Democrats the next Presi dency, even though no electoral votes w ere counted, except those of tlio twenty-six States now represented hi Congress? Let us look into this a little. Let us scan li in the light of the nine digits. Ladies, you who want to vote, let me tell you that jMilitlcs is mere nose-counting. Statesman ship is a far more elevated pursuit. Hut the question iiinniig politicians always Is, at a close election, Who can count tlie most noses? Let us count noses to-night. The Democracy are sure, lu tlie coming Presidential election, of tour Stales Maryland. Kentucky, Delaware and Ten nessee. That gives them 'Xt voles. They then lack Wl. Where w ill they get the 111'? The three great States of New York, Penn sylvania and Indiana, and the four small States of Connecticut. New Jersey, Nevada and Oregon, give precisely the ili votes re quired to elect a Democratic President in lSils. And in those seven States what was the Republican majority at the last elec tion? It was 47.000 in tlie aggregate. Therefore, change 21.1100 votes in those seven States and tho Democrats have the next Presidency, counting no electoral voles except t hose of the twenty-sis States represented in lougress. So, too. II vou withdraw from the ballot-boxes 47.000 Republican votes In those seven States the result is the same. Now, when the Republican party, by word or action, or non-action, shows that it lias turned its back iiKii tlio question of negro suffrage when it ignores it, then, in these seven States, 17,000 voters nay. three times 47,000 that have just cast their ballots with that party, will turn their backs upon It and Ignore It ; while, through out the whole country, the numbers who have recently sustained its candidates, but would then desert it, would reach a quarter of a million. 1 assure the party that it can not afford to prove faithless "to that race which, during our great conflict, baptised the national banner with their blood. Ai- piause.j ii it turn recreant to ttieni. their friends, from the Aroostook to the Sacra mento, will "dash it in pieces likea potter's vessel." 1 warn my Republican associates that. If in the approaching Congress they fall upon this stone, they will be broken; and it lu the coming Presidential contest it fall upon them, it will grind them to powder. Hut though they may perish, tlie cause will not he lost. For thestone which these builders rejected shall yet become the head of the corner. Applause. Let me go a little further into this sub ject of nose counting. What do you think is me majority in hub nation oi the party that now rules tlie country? Majority, my friends? Why. of tlie population. North and South, the lie) uhlicans are in a minori ty of more than three millions. They have a slight majority of tlie population In the North; hut there is an overwhelming ma jority of tho people against them in the soiuii. excluding tlie negroes. How do the figures stand with respect to tho voters? Take the North and South at the latest elec tions, and the Democratic minority in tlie noie country is more man null a million. W hen 1 see tho Republicans in a minority of three millions ot people and a half mil lion oi voters, am 1 not right in saying that they stand upon "slippery rocks" while "lierv billows mil tinlnw V' What is the remedy? How can wo re store the equilibrium? I answer F.n franchlse the negro, which will Instantly add to tlie Republican party four millions of population and 700,000 voters. Ap plause. J 1 have another word of admonition for the party. Not only are they in tlie minor ity in population and voters.' but the great, portion of their iMilitieal strength lies in one section of the country. I assure them that no sectional party can long rule this repub lic against such an antugonistas the Demo cratic organization, which spreads over ooin Aortn nun fouin lu about equal pro portions. This country has been educated into a distrust of a mere sectional oartv. To attempt to rule it by a party whose strength is all ou one side of the'line be tween the old free and slave States, Is as futile as to attempt to make a fence ten miles long and filly feet high stand erect by put ting your braces all ou one side. While the wind blows one way it will stand; but w hen it blows in tlie other direction it will fall, and great will bo thy fall thereof. Hear. A Real "Devil-Fish"—Victor Hugo's Narrative Matched. Readers of M. Victor Huao'g "Tollers of the Sea" will remember the terrible narra tive of the fisherman Gn.uorr's encounter with tlie octopus or sea-devil, who wluds his horrible suckers round his victim, and gradually draws away his life's blood. The poet novelist has been accused of exaggera tion lu this Incident, but according to Mr. Loud, an Kugllsh traveler who has just published lu London a book about llrltish Columbia and tho Pucillo coast, the sea devils of the North Pacific even outdo the terrors of the Channel island species. Mr. LoKOsays: "Tlie octopus as seeu on our coasts, al though even hero called a 'uiansuekur' by the Jishenmen, is a mere Tom Thumb, a liny dwarf ascompared totliu Hrohdigmig ian pi'oHrtion he attains lu the suug bays and long inland canals along the east side of Vancouver Island, as w ell as on the main land, thine places afford lurking-dens, strong-holds and natural sea-nuiieries, where the octopus grows to an enormous si.n, fattens and wages war with Insatiable voracity on all and everything it ran catch. Safe from hiary breakers, It lives ss In an aquarium of smooth, lake-like wafer, that, save In tlie ebbing and Mowing of the tide, knows no change or disturbance. "The ordinary resting place of Ihls hide ous sea-beasf is tinder large stone or In the wide cleft of a rock, w here nn octopus can creep and squeeze Itself with the t'at ness of a sand-dah or the sllpperlncss of an eel. Its modes of locomotion nre curious and varied, using the eight arms as pad dles and working them alternately, the central disk representing a boat, octotii row themselves along with unease and celerity comparable to the nianv-oared caique thnt glides upon the tranquil wafers of the Hosphorns; they can ram Me at will over the sandy roadways intersecting their submarine parks, and. converting arms into legs, march on likea lingo spider, siymiiustjt of the highest ordrr, tliev climb tlie slippery ledges, as flies walk up a window pane, altacliiiig the countless Hiickers that arm the terrible limbs to the iaeeof the rocks, or to tlie wreck and sea weeil, they go about, back downward, like murine sloths, or, clinging w ith an arm to -waving nlg.v, perform series of trapee movements that Leotard might view with envy, have often, when on the rocks, lu T'.squlmault harlior, witched niy friend's proceedings; tlie water being clear and till. It Is justilke peering Into an miiiriiim of huge proportions, crowded with endless varieties of'iirioiis lrj monster: although grotesque, and nglv t look at, yet all alike displaying the wondrous works' of creative wisdom, lu nllthecnrv little nooks and corner of the liarhor tlie great seawreck l.uacrecysiis) grows widely, having a straight round stem that comes up from the bottom, often with a stalk three hun dred feet long; reaching the surface, it spreads out two feet long, tapering leaves i mil uoaiiipou ine. water; tins sea forest is the favorite hunting gioimdsof Octopi. "1 do not think in iu native element it 1 1 octopus v catches rts prey ou the irroinsjU'r oVTSie rocks, but waiu tor them .jHfct us the spider does, only the octopus converts itself into a web, and a foai lul web. too. Fastening one arm to a stout stalk, stiffening out the other seven, one would hardly know it from the wreck amongst w hich it Is concealed. Patiently he bides his time, until presently a shoal of iisn come gaily on, tnreaillng their way through the sea-trees, joyously happy, and little dreaming that the lurking monster, so artftilly concealed. Is closo at hand. Two or three of them rub against tlie arms fatal touMi ! As though a powerful elec tric shock had passed through the fisli and knocked It senseless, so does the arm'of the octopus paralyze its victim; then winding a great suck 'r-elad cable round the palsied fisli as an elephant winds its trunk round anything to be conveyed to the mouth draws the dainty morsel to the center of the disk, where the beaked mouth seizes, and soon sucks It in." I(y a sort of poetical Justice, the tyrants of tlie sea caverns are 'themselves hunted by an enemy of untiring pertinacity. The Indian regards the octopus as u great deli cacy, especially when its huge glutinous body is carefully roasted. Were the octopus once to get its long, thong-like feelers over the side ot tlie canoe, and at the same time retain a hold uimn the sea wrack, it could as easily liiiul it over as a child could a basket. ThU thn crafty In dian well knows. How lie captures him Mr. Lord thus describes : "Paddling tlie canoe close to the rocks, and quietly pushing aside tho wrack, the sage peers tli rough tlie crystal water, until his practised eye detects an octopus, with its great roiH'like anus stiffened out, wait ing patiently for food. His spear is twelve feet long, armed at the cud with four Pieces of hard wood, made harder by being baked and charred in the fire: these pro ject about fourteen inches beyond the speurhiilt, caeli piece having a barb ou one side, and are arranged in a circle round tlie spear-end, and lashed firmly on with cedar bark. Having spied out the octopus, the hunter passes the spear carefully through tlie water until within an Inch or so of the center disk, and then sends it lu as deep as he can send It. Writhing with pain and passion, the octopus colls Itsteirihle arms around the shaft; redskin makinir the side of the canoe a fulcrum tor his spear, keeps me struggling monster well on. and ratses it to the surface of the water. Ilnis daiiL'er- ous now; if lie could get aholdfaston either ivago or canoe, nothing short of clioppinir off the arms piecemeal would be ot any avail. Hut the wily redskin knows all this. and has tuken care to have ready another spear unbarbed. long, straight, smooth and very sharp, and with this he stabs the oc topus where the arms join the central disk. suppose tne spear must break down the nervous ganglions supplying motive power, ns tlio stabbed arms lose at once strength and tenacity ; the suckers that a moment uetoru held on Willi a force ten men could not overcome, relax, and the entire my hangs likea dead snake, a limp, lifeless muss. And thus the Indian stabs and stubs, until the octopus, deprived of all power to do harm. Is dragged into the canoe, a great. Inert, quivering lump of brown-looklmr jelly." in Married. Be.OVNti.r.-W'l.t.lAMS (In .h lf.,1. Inl by me i:ev. I. Mo ,.k, elm p.. lirownoe u Ki i . Jouu o Will uuiN. lioih o; llr 'io j. , A It NO 1. 1) RICH K" On ton is. I, r tl, W'Uiirn K. a jo'a io S.. au t'. c. Uiciuv. uoiU ol' lluylon. fc New Advertisements. KOT1S L.OST. 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It is clnaner, inoro richly perfumed, aad warranted to restore -gray hair to IU natural color; atop Its coming off; remove dandruff from the scalp, and prevent baldness. Head the follow- i ing homo testimony: j CttRTIFICATK. Tho followlnir is to certify thnt t hnvn iiapiI RINU'S VKtiKTAHKK A M ltltOHI A for the i.ant nix months, ami I have found in it all that t claimed tor it to perforin. My head has boen near oaiu nr several years win oc tMiem n;i) iUKfr slTpyc irs, nt least--nnd bv tiilhi'riiix to the direc,-1 tion-i in the i so of (he A MliltuSI A, mn proud to say Mutt I now bare a lluf growth of healUiy hair. whilst all other rcKtoralivcs Imvo failed. Iran also tcritify as to lis qualities in rcHtnrintr irrav Uair to Us original color, having seen It tt'Klnl by Divmnst. in ti in i.ie friends. I know it to be mnio- rior to all other restoratives. What I do know, I know trom eMiurieuco. in reference to Uh nroitr- ties, anl would recommend it to all as being the best article lu market. WM, M. JIHTAIU). ton. Ohio, August 34. IHsW. K. M.TUUItH 3l CO., Prop's, Poteruoro, N.H. For sale by all Druggists in Dayton, and every where. Ir. W, U . RTEWAHT, ftii'iBdawflm AVholesale Agent, Dayton, O. MKDICAL NOTICE. lr. K. CONIImay bocou8iilto4lasfollow: In D YTON at the IMiilUns House, on Frldurs. nent. iv-l, iv: iov.s: i't!v.o: rtio.i: MHn',n Hi Ajiril 13; May ni.IuncSl. in i ivu i nt mn .liniim iioiiu, uii nntnroa) 8 Trill, in: w. ii. u: i-.iiy.xi; nuc.atf. rvu.d: Aiai'CD l: Anril IS; Muv 1H: Julio In XKNI A at tho Depot Kating House, on Thurs- iiii) s, epi. ib; . ici. irv; niif.r,; hoc. in; tiaii.ttl March 1: April 11 ; May 1; .lime if... in fnci.MiHi i.ii at tne Willis House, on Thursdays, Hent. SO: Oct. 8ft: Nov.att: Jan. 8. Feb. l-r. i;oNV: has hadoiuceslu each of the above planes, that he has regularly viiUtl for the past soven years, and as he na trrateil nnd curuil inuny Patients, In cmh of the above plat en, he can give Uie bubt r ruh-renceti in ea h place as to his Kkill Dr. CONK Treat k and (.'urus all varieties of Chronic, diseases, Including those o the Kyoaml K:ir; m u ken no churgo for C4iiir.i)ltatlon : but if tboHe who .MinHiilt hiuiduslretruatment.he charges ll II HIT II 1H H.I-4IM-filUll. Meiiiuiiu'b th.it w ill last a pat lent from four to six months, cost f rom Five to Thirty dolUrs, In Cash COl.UMIMIS, OHIO. oc90-dly t Mrs. WINSL0W, An expertencotl Nurse aud Female Physlcjan, rretcnta to the Attention of Mother her SOOTHING S Tf R U P ! For ChUdrii Totliintf, Which greatly facilitate the process of teething, bysoftening the gutns.redui-ingall Influinniatlons, will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, aud is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend npon It, mothers, it will give rest to your selves and Belief and Health to Your Infants. We have put up and sold this article for over 80 years, und van ray im ooNrinKNt'X and truth of it what we have never been able to say of any other medicine nkvbr bah it pailkd in abinoi.h in htanck to jekpkct a cvhk, when timely tlSfd. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfuctioD by any otio w ho usod It. On thu contrary, All uie delighted with its operations, aud euk in terms of commendation of its magical effects and meili- cal virtues. Wospeuk in this matter "what wk do know," after HO yeura'experiunc; and plrpui OrBHEPI'TATlON FOR TUI rri.KM.l.MKNT OF what Wl PICOLAHK. In hIiuohL uvurv ini.Luncu whoru the infaut is sulforiug ft oin pain aud exliauntion, re lief will be found in lllteen or twenty minutes alter tlie syrup Is administered. Full directions for luiingwill accompany each bottle. None genuine usilertS the fac-lmtle of (I It 118 A I'KltKlNrt.New York, is on the outside wrapper. Mob. iT an lrugglst tnroughottlthe world. PEICB. ONLY 83 CIS PER 'BOTTLE. as4duw6m Special Notices. Book Store. A Ne4- and Manifli mt Diilajr of Holiday Goods U I OKEY'H BOOK STOKE! Tery Finely OrnRictcd Writing E'tsks, (.hive lloxes, IlandkcrchU?f Boxes, Dress ing Cases, Toilet i'oxes, AT Rickey's Book Store. A Full mid Corn)lote l.lne f F ne Traveling lings, Fine Leather Goods, AT Rickey's Book Store. UAMS. TOYS, JIVK.MLLS, Fashionable Writing Papers, Knvelopei, Firtfullot, Bankers' lasps, Ladies' Pocket I ompanlons, FINE POCKET WALLETS, US BOLD PEMS. Rickey's Book Store. A few copies of the jNTox7C Dlrootory. rnniK CITY of 3DA.YTOIST, (J VST PIBUSHED,) Mar be hail at Jiickey's Book Store. A now aiipply of Arnold's Inks, . Faber's IViicils, (.Moll's Fens, Eagle Pencils, r ickey' 's Book Store. Fine Prayer Books, Bibles, Albums, Dominoes, Chess-men. Chess-boards, Water Colors, Wosl enholm's Cutlery, Rickey's aplM-lyd. Book Store. Amusements. U8TON HAIili,- T-wo XsTlBlxtei Only Thuridfty and Friday, Januray 17 and 18 ALF. lllJIlMlGTT, Tha raaownul Kloi iil,ionlt. anil ari'nl'.t llvln Ihttnorfl nl.tocl liy the aiM)inilliiiie iwwuwm anil HwutalluitUi Mlra XXXIXjXJINr NABII, Will live o of their popnlnr rntertnlnment. for tha Ix.neflt nr the VIIUM MKN H HKAHINU KOilM A MSi X I , HON. Mr. tliiinell1. Iirllllant Hiirrem all over thn worlil lia. rtnilereil hi. nnin a "AMirf on," ami he I. new uiilvemally onnreili'il hide the irreiitr.t anil ntimt verantllu HUMORIST OF THE AGE. ' Admbi-tion. W rents. Tickrts to he Iindt J. 1. Dultois' Music More, nnd at the door, floor open at neven o'chn k. JalKdtt u J ' E 1 1 s' o e i : u a i i t s li "f Frank J. Whltelicr Manner 7.-, dilmintinn BOe. Ifo Kttra Ohargrjor RettmM &ir, TIOKT8 AliUITTIMMlKNTI.Ka AN t TWO LA1IIKM, ft. MR. MlKl;AN AMI MISS VflKilNtA BUG II A TV A. N , Huiipurlt1!! by the Uivtit rtar Cmitpiuiy. Monthly Evonliifr, January IM, Will bo performed n Now rind Original Iomistic hrama. In 8 Acts, id' intense interest, tiansattonnl chm iK tcr ami stai tllnsr in tb'iittst nctod in Ijomlon KSi nivliUi, priMliict'd by Mr. and Mips Hnclmnim wtthiininvnau success in all their eiiKaxcaivnu, WAITING FOR THE VERDICT; Or, (ha L'ark Itred In the oodat Fniiinteil nn and c mtieilvlntr the relelirateil paint ing ol' that UNine, liy the greul arti.t, A. Hfiiumuu nml nn vxhililtlnn in limlnn lor anma yeara Kotkh 'I'h'. IH iiina ill sntufv all lhat Jnrli't Hhonlil nut i-nniU'inn a man tlMleitlh llHu uil-uuin. stHiitlal eviilunre alone. .fonnthan Konelilmla (an old ttnjrltsh Farmer), Mi'Keitn tiuchantui Martha lt.Kuljluile (wife of .laniier), Miit. VirKiola lluehanan. Friday Evening, .... .Tauuury 2ft IIENKFIT OK BICKKAN HUI 1IANAN. AiliiiUilon, U) cent. ; kesurved .Henta, 15 cent.. , k'I'e.ervcif Sent, run be seeureil ilnrlng the uu ut the tMllee ol' 'J'nrner.' )iera Ilou.o. Iiooni oieu at 1 o'clock; Curtain rite, at 7,. . Chai. II. June. ,.,, Treaatinir Jnl4 rUltNEltS OeEKA IIOlTsii HIX NIGHTS ONLY, COMMENCING Monday, - - - - January 14, 1867, And every evening during tho reek. THK WONOKHKDL BUISLAY FAMILY rlnlll, I'nntnmlmiiita, nnd Athletes, coninrii uiK nrrlM lUnttntnUM Artitf, uliliii liv iininer m BiiAillarics, who nill uuiienr In tlwir'aiAVKi,. oi a i-kiikikm ani is. KXTKAOK1IINA11V neAT OF EJ I' 1 1,1 Bit 1 1' M . . Spiral Mountain ; The Wonderftil Niagara lean; TA . (Jrtat Jimihle Kehelh Ptrillntte. Ilnrlionliil lliirn, lenilan tikint-t. rian Ihrrnio, I,e. Hcux Uioiiquea. OKAND TA Ill.R A tilt . Ilattloof Amuzo.ia. Tim ,.i, ' yuecn of r lowerB, Miiowciail tiold. " UKAirriFITI. Ail I vr Ily l.lna Wlndel and l.if liva of the Ballet, am- riiiuing earn evcmnir with a OOMIO PANTOMIME liy the entire Troupe. AdinlH.ion lires. rin.lt. unit I'linnuilla tkJk..tu . Family CilvlcvlMna. i reserved s,.tH. in.. la', extra! Nenth run lie Heeiireil ill I1m l,iiKiiwsM iii..a nr i.A tlpera llinitie from ten to one ulul two to four. ..ro;ii niKflvfii; Atiriiiiii rise, at eight. Saturday Afternoon, - January 19. Buislay Family Matinee inmmcai lnx at hair .a?t lv.oiire.Mm lv Ailniissioii l nil pai l, of the lloiue, 2S etinU. JallMlut Business Notices. Doctor . ST1U( LAND'S TONIC. DYSPEPSIA t Dr. Strickland's Tonic 1h a eoncen- ratcd pn'iiaratUin of Roots and Herb, with kiitiiicitls ami carminatives to atrenirtlirn the Rtomucli and nervous nvnti'iii. It In a rrrtaiii ri'inoily for DysjiopHlii or ImlipiM- I.1..H, is .i.-r.n, l,(i 111 l'litllt', AtTI'll- ty of Uie Stoiniifli, Kliitulency anil Debility It U not ali iihiilic, tliort'l'oro imrtirularlr auitvd for Weak, Nervoiia, and Dj-Bpcpli; I.ibiiiih. r or aiue uy u urugiau uvorv where at tl per Liottlo. ( J)r. Strickland's PILE REMEDY! VOK I I Jj IS 8. Has cured thousands of the worst cases of Illind and liliiMlini' l'lles. It (fives Inline. dlato relief, and ell'ecU a periiiiuiant cure Try It directly. It is warranted to cure. ror saio Dy an UrugstsatoOcts. per bottle. , Ir. Htrickland'H MKLLI1TLUOU8 COUUH KO III OK K. 1 'COUCH BALSAM Is witrranti'd to bo tlie only preparation known to cure CouglM, ('ohU, lloarsenerf Arttlima, Whooplnu; t "oii)?li, Chronic l?ouirl. . Consumption, llronchiiiH and Croup, li liitf prepared from Honey and Herbs, It hcalinu;. softening, and exiiectorating, au purtieularly suitable foraltaflcctions of tli l'h rout find Lungs. For sale by DruiririBU everywhere. )UI)3 New Advertisements. Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD & LAZARUS, N0.79MAIN STREET, (Under Phillips House,) Have tho IlauBtatoek of KI'llorKAN and lure, 1CAN Cat'ts, -"nre Victorines, Gents' Fur Collars, MuIIh, Gloves, &c. No better .tork fn Uie cit j, and PRICES AS LOW AS THE L0WE8T. The ONLY nlaie In the oitjr where KDHH arc inaminu'tureU to ordrr. nowiHrn NEW EST ABLISHMENT J. F. Lentz & Son, United Hretiimij liullding, Nortbeuit Corner Main and Foui tli, DAYTON, OHIO, Manufacturer, and dealer, la DOOT8 AND 8HOE8. Of every Uc.iriptlou. Tlieyalway.keop on hand, of their own maau fm-tn re. and the lie.t .ale v.ork.alari.i u..,-. ol llooU, shoe. t.aiUira, Hliiiera, ete., lor lauieii, uii.M-., men and uoj v ear, and at uriue. to tuit etl.Uiuiera. v . , Iteiiairinu- dtme at .liort notlr.i. an,l ,liir.i.iv Tlii'.v will Kive tiiitl.lat'ilou to their eu.tn' and the iiulille mert ii'JOdtf OlIKCKS, ItKCKlPTS. Ac Neatljacialed alia. fcatflrLM