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, 11, HOUIINU. 1 lktar. u. rirt'ii ...Jtaattrlatfi. DAYTON. OHIO, Saturday, - - January 19, 18G7 News by Telegraph and Mails. . A Hoton dinpatoh ny : '-Tliestoroi her yoxtonlay wm tho ncverrst since isri". The now i three Toot (loop, aim Irani art unow-boimil." Paok, the murderer, nt Vnlparlfo, Ind., w, yeatordny. urreted lit CliloaRo. When reeoiftilred lie wan nil of a trrmhlcv nml Bhook Ilk ono with the Iuly. When lu- terrop-nteil with regard to hit erlme, lie rciiliitd: '-KorGod'a auko. .iy nothing nboiitlt!" A furious wlnd-Morni nrovnllcd through out lnt night In New York, ami the nov therenlioiit id drifted In aome nMt to the hclghth of eight fiit. The llllnoln Central Railroad hna paid Into the Treasury of the State 3-21.571 0"-, being seven per cent, of the. groM earnings ' of the road for the past nix month. The Kentucky legislature U mill hitehed on the U. S. Hoimtor. Kentucky Dcmee racy la not winning tnnch diameter hy this contention. A eable dispatch, Floretiee, Italy, of the 18th, says: Tho Italian Finance Milliliter has confirmed tho announcement that Ids Government Intends to tax church prop erty to the extent of six hundred millions of llvres. A dispatch from Fort Mitchell, says the Government herd at F.rt Laramie, consist ing of sixty hordes mid mules, were stolen night before last liy the Indians. In their . flight they killed two men engaged In hauling telegraph poles, and took their teams. A cable dispatch fays a plot has been dis covered to assassinate the Pacha of Kjrypt. The plot Included the Biili-oflleers of the Government and the Investment ot the reins of the Government In tho hands of Saline l'aelia, who was to be at the head ol , the movement. The guilty parties were all beheaded, Instantly. It. II. Slnnton. Ksq.'lsthe most prominent candidate tor Governor of Kentucky. The cold weather continues, while the Ohio river Ufull of heavy running lee, and navigation suspended at Cincinnati. The levee is thronged with lee-bound steamers, one-half of the number being laden fol lower ports. The river commenced reced ing lust night. On Wednesday. Solomon Em.ih, of Tlo;;aj County, New York, on hia way to Iowa, was swindled out of 81.4S5 by the conll denee game, in Chicago. The swindlers have not yet been arrested. The Impeacher Impeached. Ashley, who has undertaken to impeach President Johnson, is the same scamp whose rascally doings were brought to light in a report submitted to the lluin.e 01 Keprescntativcs by one of its committees on the 28th of February. 1 St; J. The report shows, asset fortli in the Washington Jle publican, that Mr. Ashley was charged with "corrupt olliclal conduct," and only es caped by a "tlaw in the indictment. He was accused of obtaining an olllce for a "consideration previously made." and es eaied beeuuse it was not exactly proven that the consideration had been "previously agreed upon." Ashley procured the appointment of F. M. Case as Surveyor General of Colorado. Among the loiters of Ashley to Case, pending his exertions tor the appoint ment, is ono dated February 2, lSiil. iu which lie dwells ou the importance of the, otllee, saying that It would enable a good business man (meaning '-rogue," probably) to make a fortune of $.'j).0Utl or $100,000"; and In the same letter he nays, "I want my brother as chief clerk !'' On March 12, 1801. Ashley by letter informs Case that he had made some progress and that, iu order to secure the Indiana delega tion and (Senator Lane to co-operate on Smith, he hail promised that the sub-np-poliitmeuU ahould be made jointly, lie giving them their tlrst choice. He asks for a letter authorizing him to make such a pledge. He also says to Case, iu his letter, that he wants to unite with him as a full partner in all laud speculations and town kites. This Is tho precious rascal who has un dertaken to Impeach President .lohnsou for . 'corruption iu olllce ! fit. X . H orlil, Janu ary 12. . Contest for Power and Place. The Radical leaders are receiving some plain talk from some of their own people. Their followers are becoming alarmcj at the lengths to which they re proceeding; and like the "subject," wlio, after obeying all previous commands, was oroerwi oy nil . mesinerlzer to jump into', wall, they re asking if this is not "carrying things a lit tle to far." Tho New York Timet says : "Men are unable to guess whatiscotuing. ' One day the Impeachment project startles by Its boldness ; another day some of her wild scheme comes up to teath us how near we are to a general looseness. There U a want of confidence suiicraddcd to more ' than ordinary dullness; and this wane of continence proceeds in no small degree irom an impression that Congress i more Intent upon the accomplishment of political re sults than upon thefurtheranceof practical legislation." That the "impression" so modestly put. is but the simple, palpable truth, hxs long been manifest to all who have eyes. The denial of suffrage and representation to the Southern States, is merely to secure -a political result." All the reconstrnetion ' schemes of Congress, ure but examples ot "bow not to do it," with the same end in view. Tho solo reason of it all is, that the Radicals fear the Southern States would vote against them. It is for this they ar determined that we shall never vote at all. Here lies the reason; all else are but pre texts and disguises. Their whole struggle Is to maintain power, and secure the spoils of olllce. It Is for this that they are threat ening tho President with Impeachment. They stake every thing upon the mainten anco of nositlon. 1 lie deinanus of "orucli cal legislation" aro comparatively a tiaga telle, and even the Times, thotigh purblind with party, begins to see It for the moment. ..- A Wondkrkul Fall. On Saturday, M: Charles Wilkinson, of lllairsvllle, i'euu., while out hunting rabbits on the top of Astraw's hill, near that place, lost his foot ing, and was precipitated over the hill, failing a distance- of forty feet before striking a lower range of hills, from which lie bounded from point to point until he reached the tow path, a distance of 1IMI feet troiu the placo where hu tlrst missed his footing. Mr. W. eseaoed without sustain ing any lnjiirlitt wortiiy of mention. Oil WiTHKg. The Nushvillo TJumifr lvarii "on Kood authority" thitt a gontle uiun who was vueontly iilentifleil very prominently with the oil interests ofTt-n-iiFssee, and wbo hold a hib coimmind in the fcileral urinv durinir tho war. Inst over 50,000 by looitiliiK wells under the direc tion of "water" or "oil withes." So Im plicit was his belief In this ridiculous sn uerMitiou of the ninetreiitli century, that lie was compelled to return lioino uu utter bankrupt. . The Source and Strength of Kentucky Radicalism. Strange as It may seem, there Is a local part of Kentucky, In which H'olecs aro eiiKivnled and protected, for revrnn pnt- mio. It Is nt strange, however, that from that hx-allty springs nearly all the lllaek Kcpubllcan ItadlcalWm. which has lieen and Is now disturbing the eace of her eoplo. So much, by way of prefatory, to the following, from the Frankfort corres pondent of the Itulsvllle Courier: WOLF SCALP LAW. I had the curiosity to inquire Into the operation of the curious premiums which the SUile olTer for tho destruction of a species of game, which in F.ngland and oil the continent of Kurope Is preserved by tho inoxt stringent penallaws. My Investi gation has revealed some exceedingly In 'cresting facts, which I proiose to embody lii tills letter, -skulps as the si a ps of foxes and wolves, are called in the moun tains, is the chief circulating medium of some coiintif, ami are rcaliv hctter than greenbacks, for so long as the present laws it-iitnifi in ion-,- men- n no wepn-citmon m their value. 1 lie Slate estimates them at s i much, and they are paid lor out of its treasury as punctually as any othcrdemand ajfain'ti it. Milne counties pay tio money nun i mi i ressury nut iiij'il'i.-iie ail llieir revenue wit.u "skulps. ' oilier iigain have an excess of'-kulis"nml draw moucv on them. 1 hose "skulps" are the chief ar ticle of produce In some .counties, and he nun kills a Ditch won or a temale lox ix regarded as a puhllceiiciny. A friend toll me ho narrowly escaped with his life out oi one ol those "skulp counties for I nno- -entlv killing, w hile on a huntinir excur sion, a ferocious bitch wolf which he thought, must be a terror to the neighbor hood in which it had a den. He was pur sued by a party of infuriated men and threatened with due vengeance for killing what one of them called "his wolf," This man said she was worth ever so much a year to him. nnd toy friend had to pay a oniiieraile sum lor (lolng what tills fool ish scalp law oilers a bonus for doing. My friend says these men could hardly have tieen more exasia-rated if he had killed one of their children. It is estimated, from returns ninde since October, that the present "skulp" law will osi me Mate fHUKXI annually, or more than six times as much as lias ever been inproiiriatcil for the eneouraireinent of air- riciillure. Wolves are almost extermina ted now, and this money goes to pay for tox "sKiilps. r oxes roh lieu-roosts and break up turkey nests, andiuav attack very young pigs and lambs, but are easily frightened otl by dogs. Tills large sum is paid out by the State as n protection to lieu-roosts, w hen, by a little care, the own ers could bo amply protected without it. l or every turkey raised in the "skulp" counties in the Slate pays about $5. which is a tolerably dear price to pay for a gob bler for a thanksgiving dinner. I propose that the State also lurnished the cranber ries, for turkeys Is n poordish without such :i relish. 1 his "SKUlii law had Its origin iu a miserable dcniagognlsni. but. as those who are principally henclitcd by It, are now the bitterest-Radicals iu the State, it is probable It will be repealed. WOLF SCALP LAW. A Noble Gift. 1 A writer In the New York Krami'litt re cords the following incident: A lew Sabbath evenings since a voumr gentleiuan in a Reformed Ihlteh congre gation on ruth avenue went home Iroin church with his pastor, nnd alter telling iiim how In; had been prospered during the past year, sani to him in suiwtnnce: I nave considerable of the LoriTt mnnru in my possession; to what good use shall I put itf J lis pastor told Iiim that, their Hoard of Foreign Missions w as $HUXHI In debt, and recommended him to give S5.IKHI to that Hoard. He did so at once, and went home. The next morning before breakfast tliu gentleman came back much troubled In spirit and said : i did not give enough last night." lie sat dow n oiiickly and wrote his check for Jity-aif thousand dollars, and thus swept oil" a ouruensomo none oi their mlssioiiarv board by one stroke of his pen! '-.Now.' said he, "I feel better." 1 he man s name was arreu Akenuan. LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS—JUDGE SMITH. January 18, 1867. The State of Ohio against David Thoiu.'tii mid William Scully, two nolii ciiioti. in dicted for oppression iu olllce. ami a-sfiul.t and battery. This case occupied the nb tcntinu id the Court vesleiduv ami i. m - ,,r to-day. ft seems flint. iii .'v. t'..,? costs had been issued against Andrew Cor- rigan, and placed it lit the hands of Scully, and he anil Thomas arrested Corrlgau. al though lie (( oiTigan)o!lercd through Win ters und lluber, who had inonev of his iu their hands, to pay the same, which they refused, as there was ulso another execu tion for cost iu the hands of the Marshal against tho same party. They (the police men) also refused to go with Corrigan to the Marshal or the Mayor, hut arrested liliu and placed him iu jail. The Court charged the Jury substantially as follows: (rentli'itittit nf the. .7io-m Tim il..niU;.w, rr fine onense is wllllully ami corruptly op- pressing in olllce. I think under this charge, so far as the first count Is concerned, something more is required than merely acting without authority or beyond au thority, or an honest mistake; that some improper, wicked and corrupt motive Is one of the elements of the olfense. This wick ed and corrupt motive may be deduced and inferred from the circumstances, from the a.rts and conduct ot tho defendants: If tneir authority was a mere execution, and the money was olferod to them. It w as their duty to receive it, and if the money was there ready, and they declined receiving it. tlier had no legal fight or authority, on refusing to receive it. to take him off to jail. Nor could they legally hold him, bo eause, there was another execution iu the hands ol another person: their authority was the execution in their hands, liutou the liit count, want of authority is not enough; willfully and eorruptlv are the inatorhd words. Ones tho testimony show that such corrupt motive existed ? The object of Introducing proof of the oau reputation ol l orrlgan. Ins reputation for resisting ollicers when arrested, and creating trouble, is upon tho theory, if such be the fact, that these ollicers 'were authorized to um more vigilance in the discharge oi their Unties. Jlut unless bo, upon the occasion under consideration, manifested a disposition to escape, resist. or create trouble, that reputation would afford no reason for acting iu a rudo and 1 violent inauiie it the proof shows that they did so act. So in reiird to tho jfenernl (rood olttciul chiu-actcr of the defeudiints, if such ho tho proof, that will not excuse them, if on the particular occasion they were oppressive in ollico. Any undue, unnecessary, and vio lent rudeness or severity, without corrupt motives, would constitute assault and bat tery. The conduct of the defendants, alter the offer to pay oil' tho execution, if that he proved, would constitute assault and bat lory. Tho jury, this afternoon, returned a verdict of Kullty against Scully in manner and form as alleged iu tho Imiii-tinciil, and found Thomas not guilty Uhiu the tirst count of the Indictment, but Kullty on t he second count of assault and battery. The court sentenced Scully to pay a line of .1I, and Thomas to pay a line of $10, ami costs of prosecution. Munircr fc Howard, for the State; S. Craighead, for the defence. Littkr-aby. Mrs. Worley, residing about a mile south of Cadi, Ohio, on last Tuesday afternoon, gave birth to four children three boys and one girl. One of the hoys died shortly after being born. The other three are livlug and doing well. Democratic State Ticket. KOR UOVKKXnH '. AI.T.KN O.TIIURMAN. FOR TF.KANT OOVKItNOR ; DANIELS. UHI, of Holmes. or Tiu-ASiiRia : Ir. C.FI LTON, of Crawford. v ron ai'mtor i JOHX MuKLWKK, of Butler. ron ATTORXKY OKNKKAI. : FKANK 11. Hi IU), of Knox. KUR JI PI1K OF St'l-llK.MF COURT 1 THOMAS M. KKY, of Hamilton. FOR CON TIIOI.I.KII OF TRRAHI'R Y I WM. SIIF.ItlOAN, of Williams. FOR IIOAliD OF l-ITIIMC WORKS : ARTlll'lt llt'OIIKS. of fnyahosr. Political Squibs. The Cleveland fernM say that "so far as the defeat ol 1 had. Stevens is concerned tlie mass of the M'ople will feel rejoiced." i as ever mien ingraiituiic Known r TiikCaskof Mr. Davis. It Is under. stood vhiit the Judiciary Committee this morning re-oH'iied the case of Jefferson Davis nnd agreed to summon Snrratt to testify therein when ho arrives. Judge Watts, of Mississippi, has just sentenced two soldiers to three years con finement in the penitentiary Of that. Stat for robbing a l'reedmnuof bis watch. That is, he has ordered throe white men to be "soRI Into servitude I" Curious Statistics. Soino statistical genius declares that "more money is expended In the United States for cigars than for nil tho common schools iu the country." A wag. who is undoubtedly a lover ( the wood, seeing me statement going through the naticrs. gets off the followlnu-: "It has been calculated that the cost of washing linen that might just bs well be worn two (lavs longer, amounts toeiiongh. in this country, to more than defray the expciise lm, .inenonn iioaru ol f or eign Missions. "The expense of buttons on the backs of our coins, where they are of no earthly use. is equal to the support ot all our orphan asylums. "It is estimated that the value of old boots thrown aside which might have been worn at least a day longer, is more than enough to buy a flannel jrnwn for every baby iu the land. Also, that the cost of the extra inch on the fall shirt collars of our young jneti Is equal to the sum neces sary to put a Bible in tho hands of every l auigonuui giant." A IIkminisoknck. The only shock of an earthquake I Tcnicmber of fooling was in 1N11. I think (luring tho sitting of the Legislature in Zniu-svillu. It c tented great alarm, and many of tho members in their haste, tumbled down stairs, and some jumped out of the windows. Many of the people run out of doors to the streets for safety. Corrcapmulcnce Zanesnille Times. T.riKiiAiiv Stkalth. The Commissioners of the Ohio State Library say in their last, nqiort that the Librarian llnds iu spite of constant vigilance, that good books arc stolen by persons who visit the library. They say iu italics that "there is no saloty for a good and valuable book unless under lock and key." C'onskqukncks. A pill of Imt aaht' rnn'U'Ksly thrown In tho rvnr Of a wooden luilldln lit NrwvilK lMKiUh Count v, orixiiatMl h lire wliich dcrttroyttil lllWn tlinumiml dollar worth of proptTty. Tin? only hot.'! in town, two dry goods storrn, ono drinking and othor busnu'ss Iiousck ivert! destroyed. Curious Statistics. New Advertisements. NOT 12 US'l'. VrilOMISOKY NO-I-K for ono linmlrcl ilollnrs. diiUfl uii tht, mill ol' Si-iit,!iiihc-r, ls(W, and sikiilm! by Andi-uw llHlPrcr nml (icurKO (mv nlil(, din- ilny al'K-r ilutii to tho f iilirrih.-r or oritur, tuts bi-i-n lost. This notice is tot-jiulioa ull per sons nut to receive snhl iiotrn.ii pii nient luw tieen stoppeil. JOHN NlilDKUMAN. Jiii8.ia O ITT HO THlT, Corner Tltiril uml Itnsin streets, Hamilton, O. B. P.CIIEKrillLli . . I'roprlelor rplllS iopntiir House has recently licea re-moit-L eleil unit lliomiiKlily relittcit ami renoruteil, itiui is now opcncil lo the puliHc. ui.ilcr new uns- inuc. it i i-onveiiieniiy loculeil to the InisinesA portion of the city, anil In near the railiouil ileiiot. No pains will lw siiureil to make It the llrst c.ln-n- noieoi tiannium. uiiinlliuN-,es run to ami Innn ull trains, t.noil atulilln on the premise, julliltl Latest News Quick Profit Sales, Small O-O. H OCI-X-W.A.X.T'iS PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. No SIM Third Ntrrt, Sign ff th Ciutdun Hoot TX order to five place for a larKO spring stmik of iinv-n, nui Ktui my eiiiiru hwvk uii hand at if really reduced pneu. IttKiU mid hliws uiudu to order. Uupairiiitf ueutly done. , , tiKOKliE UOCHWALT, jteatMuwam UayUui, Ohio. rKriTIONrFOU PAUTITIOX" TRANOtft SU!I II, whoao rrsi.lenre ie unknows. X Uiruelia Mohr. now w ile Clftment Kiehl w ho live In 4'Utrmuut l.'ountv, Ohio,, John V. Mohr who livetiin Uiindolph ( ountv. Illinois, and '.'hum an Mohr, who lives iu Uamlolph Couiitv, llliituii will take iv'tife, that a petition wa illi-d auHin! ttiein on tht-7lh duv of Jatuuirv. A. I. iwn hi ti sufmnor court, within and "lor tho (iiuty ot" dini.Kwiiicii y aiii mum oi imio. uv .Joiiii 1C. Jni .r.. uihIIh now iM'iKilnv. whnniii n;n. .Itdui K l.ii.lwir itenutiidh partitiun the following real e-ttjiU lo-wit: UeiiiK lou iium tiered live hutidrtNt and eighty (Wi) and (Ive huinlred and eiu-htv-one. (om of the revised ,tiil of the eilv oi Dayton, und that at tho next term of tuiid Court, held titti-r forty days from the date of the ihnt oul lication of this notice, aoolieiul.ot will i....f,. i.v the Hiti.i petitioner, for an mlvr that partition ' .ioifN K. MIDWIC. Jab. 11 liAUQOTT, Atfy for Petitioner. lwi. For Sale. TU At T of land cousistinK of eitfht acre 1 V lliht ulastt newly cleared land, ouu-third of htintf an orehard, haviiiK hen planted wit.h peai-lien, ktuR', the remniixlrr of it U well udaptud lor the cultivation ot UUiu-m. 'i1 litre on the (lac,n a good houot eellar, Htahle. tola4-tK Hhed. eto. 1'he proprieUrtt haviiiK deterinhied U return 'o Kurope, reniet:tiully invito thotie winh- u purenahe a pleasant homo, and prohtalde jMui v, w iuiii ai;u iiit'in ui vnu earuent oppor tuuity, on the l.vhanon 1'ike. fourmiltfroia Day ton, uiljolning thu iui iuoi Mr. l.etehor. Anukkw iiiM-rr, Jamu Wimukhm. jan8-llw4t lJroricUni. DISSOLUTION" OK I'AUTXKILSUU. rplIK partnership horeUiloro exihtiiiK betwomi , 1 thu un lemiuued. under the ilnn nuuia ot KohtittKer. I'leiifenlM-i-u'er .t t.. in thi duv .li-. solved hy lnuiual eotikent, Jouih &inkand retlriuir fi'om tim llrm. Thu bufdiuiKH will Htill tto continued tin heretofore at uie oiu hi nun, unoer the old ilnn name of Kohl runer I'feitruuUiruer. WKoltliK KOIILUKSKU, I,OClH I'KKI KKKN lilLUi; V,ltt I.OUIH ZlNh.AM. January in, 1811 -da A'rrACUAlKNT NOTU K. John Khhauirh, Plaintiff, affnlnst Wntson Clark, lefeudaitt. before John Iturnett, J, 1. of JclU-r-on Township, 31ontKomer County, Ohio. OS the HHth day of NnveiniW, nald Jutie ifeHued an order of attat-hmoni iu the ahovn na tion for the fum of fltt H6. ThiM eiuu i ut for near ntf on uie viki nay or .Jauuitry. 1W17, at ton u run- . m. eili? ASIllfAf Ull, I'luluLlfT. 14 w 5 VlSlTIXO CAIU)S Neatly prlutud ut TUU KMHIRK Skvam Jobttooiui. zx. ixt..t:iv:ev :' FINE JEWELRY STORE! so. :j:m tiiiicd htuki:t. tW All tiooilH Warranted on FtrimrHtrl. se2fl Special Notices. THE JIKItll A II I. F.N. MISfiritiKn AND t!NF01lTf!IATR YOVNrl MKW Ivsaaranf Warning and Inilracllaii ffr Yasng fllen who have sluiied Hit tr pliys I on I iwwrri. or H'Hstml Ihulr sulislanru In rioloui Wiving. niiiir-illeii victims tAillHense, with RiqiorU on Dm llonnnl treatment aurl cure. Sent In Healed letter enTi'tie. freo or cliarKe. Aildrest Pr .1 t-klt.l IS lloriill rIN, lliiwanl Assorts- linn, i'hllntlclphla, jAnllilswSm A Cough, A Cold, or A Sore Throat, RKQUIltKS 1MMKDIATK 11TKK THIN. AXPSIIOUI.D RRCI1KCKKD. IP A 1. LOW SI) TO COST! NCI. rrilallvis ( thl,a(i, I'trmsacnt Tliraat nmrnafi.arl'en. iiiAS I OFTKN TIIR RKSUI.T. BROWN'Sj BRONCHIAL TROCHES ItuTing n diroctinfluenrPto the pftrtv, v OIVR IMMi:iIATK RKI.IKF. For RroncbttlN. A nth it-, rntarrh, (on sumptlve and Throt DtaoaBCR, Troohcfi arn ufl with nlwa- (rood mcres. 8INGKKM AN1 TUUMt! Hl'KAKKIltt will flmt Track u useful In elcHrlng tho vtMco when Utken before Singiny or BpeakltiK. nnd roltcving the thront alter nu uuusui, exertion of the vcal orKuns. Tho TVocAm are retMrnimpmletl nnl jiro- or I be t hy rhymclTtns, nod huru hiMl tetitlmonial from eniinunt men thmiiKhout the country. Ileing tin urtielo of true muriUand having proved their olllciiry hy a test of many years, oai'h year flii.l them In new l.Nulit,en In various parts nf the wo rM, und the 7VcA nro unlvursully pronounced butter than other nrtlelcn. Ohtnin only "UllOWS'S HKONCI1IAL TUO- CUKS," and do not tuko any of tho Worthier mi' taUon that may be offe red. Sold every-whore In the United States, and For eign Countries, at HSeuuts per box. noShtlwOra mm 1 NEW FKKFlStE FOR THE HAXDRr.RCHH F. I'linloa1! "miKbt BIoralng Crrons. FhnloiCa "Wight llloming Crrena." lhnloaa nritfhi HlominK CVrrM. Phnlou "Niht BImuIbr 'erru." Phaloa "Night UIomia i:i'rr. A moat iiqnlilt8, dfllcnto, ni'fl Frrrrnt Vi'rritnn', llliilud from the rare and bmttllWl lluWfi- tiiu which It Mi Won IOj ninua. Miuinfurlnn-d only hy I II A l OX Sc KKi, Mw Vrk. UK WARM OK COUNTERFEITS. ASK ltU imALON'S TAKE NO OTIIKR. fjyl3lMWFaweowly-45 ' Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia (s tho most popular HAIR KKKTOUATIVK of tho day. It in uleaner, more richly perfumed, and la w arranted to rostore ray hulr to IU natural color; stop its coining off; remove dandruff from the scalp, and prevent baldneait. Head thu follow, lug home testimony: Ci;iITIFICATK. The followlnu- in to ctrtiV thnt. T Fimva ninH ItlMV'H KCKf'Altl.l-: AMllHOMlA for tho oast nix inonthb, und I have louiid in It all that ie claimed tor it Ut perform. My head lias lieen near ly bald for t-everal yearn will he Kufe In nay in for six 4i , at least and 1v atUH-rhii to the direr tion iu the 1 ite tif the , M ItlloM a, I am proud to way that I now have a flue growth of healthy hair. aUo testify a to it iualitie iu n:toiinff gray hair to its original color, haviniz seen it tinted hy my moot Intimate fricnilH. 1 know ft l ho supe rior to all other restorative. W hat 1 Mo know , 1 know irom experience, iu reference to Its proper tiiH. nnd would recommend it to all ax lie in if the hest article in market. W M. M. lUlTAitlJ. liayton.Ohio, AukumI 4, lHotV. K. M. TUUltS A CO.,lropV.Peterhoro, N.H. Komaloliy all DruKKistsln layton,and every where. ir. v. v. s m:vaiit, auS&tlawtlm Wholesale A Rent, Oayton.O. MlCOfCAL NOTICR. llr. l;. -OISI H may ho consulted as followat In OAYTON at the I'liilLipa House, on Friday Sept. 14; 0 t. 19; Nov 43; leo.UH Feb. 1 : Mareli 8; April Pi; May n;.lunel. , In TlttV at the Morri House, ou Saturday epi. iu; ift. to: ftuv.M; ceo. Feb.: Manh .t; Api:llH:Mayl8;June2-j: 1 In XKSIA at tho Depot Katln Hou-e. on Thur 'ia. ni'pi. lij; net. in; jvov.ya; lti-.y; Jau. 31 March T: Aorilll: Mae lti: Juoeuo In HlMUNtiFlF.Ll ut the Willis House, on 1 oursiiavn, puin. sir, wei. o; ov. Vu; il an. i Feb 7: Mari it 14: Aorll 1H: MnvM .lm... 7 ' lr. CDNK has hat oftt.Ch in eueli of Him uIavp plaeuti, that he hat retrain) ly visiUd for the paat seven yours, anil at he haw treated and eurei nianv t'atienis, in each ol thu almvo nhboeK, he eau fiv the lie.-1 01' rclVronre iu earh nluee uu ut liiu Mktii lr. COM'J TreatH and Cnvea all varieties of Chronie diM.'as;h. im-lieling ttuwo olMhr F.e and Kar: nmht 11,1 ehartre lor ooniiltHtion t hut ie ttioMi who lUiiisull hiiiidebiretruatmeut.heohai'KOM v.iu mi iiic .'ii'nii inn, M ili.'lanr that will last a patieutfroin four to nix mouthti, eott from Five to Thirty dollars. In Ch tXl.l)WBUH,OHH. '- oro-fiiy It In Mrs.WINSLOW, An oxperiem etl N irtte and Female I'hyMeinn, Prtaentn tn th Attention of Mothers her SQOTHIHG SYRUPI Vur Cliihlrn Tocthlny:, Whieh greatly faellitatos the proceof teething bv Molten linr the irilinH.re'luttinir all liillaiumnMnn will allay AM. I'AIN and spuhiuodic action, and Is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Dupemi 11 oi it, moMieri, It will tfive rent to your M'lves and Belief and. Health to Tour Infants Wo have put up nnd ol.l thin article for over 30 year, and uan hay in conkipkkck and tkiitii of it what we have never been able to nay of any other inedlelllONKVKU It AH IT VAILKD IN A 8IN0l.lt IN- HTAN'i'K TO KKKKt'T A Ll'UK, when tliuely use Never did we know an tiirdancu of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On tho contrary, all are delighted with it-i opcrat iotts, and speak Iu term of oonimeuJatfon of its muKiial effeeU and nedl cal virtues. Wen(eak in thin niatUir "WHAT wi do know," alter HU. ream' experionee; a no plkdok OITRBKITTATION FOK 'f If K KI'LFM.I.M KVt (If WH AT wg tife.ci.AHK. in almost every iunlaueo where the 111 1 an 1 in aii 11 1' 1 1 11 1 to 1 11 pain ami exiiaustion, re lief will be found In llfteen or twenty minute afterthetyrup Ik adnihilstered. , Full directions for usliitfwlll aeeompany eaeh iKittln. Menu trim nine uulehii tlie fiui-ttlnillM c CCUTIH A I'hltKISS.NfW Vork.iaon theouuide w rappwr. Hob ild by all IriiKKlt throughout tho world. PRICE. ONLY 35 CTS PEE BOTTLE. utuawuin Book Store. A New Majraillceat Display f Holiday Goods 11 1(3 X K Y 'H BOOK STORE! Vorjr Finely Ornxneuted Writing l!fk.s, Glove Boxes liandkercliicf Boxes Press tug Cases, Toilet Boxes, Rickey's Book Store A Full And Compli-tc I.liif of fine Traveling Bags, fine Leather Goods, AT Rickey's Book Store. GAMES. TOYS, JIYEMLLS, Fashionable Writing Papers, Knvelopci, PDrirollOH, Buokers' 'ses, Ladies' Foeket t ompauions, FINE POCKET WALLETS, Rickey's Book Store. A few copies of Hip 2J"o-w Directory, FOB TUB ' ' CITY of DYTOIST, (JUST PUBLISHED,) May be had at - Rickey's Book Store. A ni'w giijiply of Arnold's Inks, Faber's Pencils, UilloU'H Pens, Ealc Pencils, . AT Rickey's Book Store. Fine Prayer Books, Bibles, Albums, Dominoes, Chess-men, Chess-boards, Water Colors, Wostenholm's Cutlery, Rickey's Book Store. aplU-lyd. i Amusements. T rr.nk J. WhIU-bor. Mnjer J4miio 100. jri&v tMnrff or K-tred Seat,. fUXtX it)ITTINUIINTl A1I TWO LABI M, . IIR. MiiKBAmTnT MIM VIBlllItIA DUO IX -tM f Monday Kvonlnfr, - - - JnnunryBI, Will b pernrnnwl N.-w and Oriirlnl Uoi.1(..ilc rhanu-lrr .n't (.tnrtllnic Inimlvn U. " ? i. . '"" with rinmn mM In nil 111 fr BiiKaK'iiil, cnUtltHl - WAITING FOR THE VERDICT; ... .... i... k. nA in l ! M eadal ....I n...1uulvlnir tliH Pi lll'bl-SW'tl ItKiiit. iiimif thnt nuinu, ! Ihii KivnUntl t, A. Kulomun Nhtick Tli', lirnnm will iitufy i ll Hint )iirln hhiMilil nut ron.li'mn b nmn tuilontk nion vli-niai. ntnnlml uvl.li iii c uliiiu'. .lonuthan KoM'blmlu (nn lil fciwlln r nnm r), Ml'KffHIl BucliMima Martha Riwobluilu (wile nf.l"J'-i). T IIHIHI" ..... MHU Frltluy l.vciiintr, - - - - .lumiary as IIKNKKIT lK M1.KKAN lllit;n A. A.. AilinlMlnn.Mininlai ll. r il t:tx, It ranu. , . - - nwj.liiiiirvril HcnU ran be HWiin-d itiif-ina Uim Ju) nl tlwonlm- ul Tiirnai-a' i'i B Hiiukii IHiura oju'li ul 111 l'hm-r ; Ivlll lkjii im- ui 14. Cka. II. June Trea.un.r JaU r-peitNuus' oeiat eitNKUs' oeiatA iiousk.- six Niuirra only, commknvinu Monday, - - - - January 14, 1867, Anil i-rury avculng during Hie wcuk. T1IK WONDKItl--l;L BUISLAY FAMILY .Krlallnla, Tantimlniltti. and Alhlaica. -omirit. lug 7ctr lMUnguUket Artittt, aidi-d by numur- oil. anxilhll'itMi. V. llU Will tliiPlll- til ItU'll- U AkVML UUU rjCKrOKMANCU. CXTBAOKlllNAKY FKATS Ur Iql'tl.IBlMtTlf . Spiral Stonntai 11 ; The Wonderful Niagara Leap;' 7'A Urem lloubU V SchtUe ftriUeuu. Itfirfznntnt Rars, Icarlan Gain, 1'ai-nian XbnMiH, I.v liuux Lumijut-n. OHANO TAHI.KAt X : flattlo of Amazon., 'I'hv Wnti-hitrs IJurcn o( t'luMvra, Sliowi-r ol Hold. UKitlTIH I. BAI.l.KT: i lljr l.ina WlnUvl ami I.ailit'. ol' llio Ualli-t, i-oa- uliluinn earli evumiiff witu a COMIC FAN TOM I ME II jr tlie entire Troupe. Ailmlmion Drcia Cirolo and l'nniii-t(i, 60.-U . Fiiniily ( In to. HAeU.i iv.i-rvrd fla,WrU. vxlra H-abi (tan Ih ouuiuviI ui tlie bllim ng ol!i I ol lli UN-rn lloiio irom k-ii to one and tun to fuiii-. loon noon nt luni-u ; I union lir-vn ui t-ij'.lit. Satin-day Altonioou, - Juuiiury 11). Buislay Family Matinee Conimcadnit at hulr mt Inn nvi-lnetv. ' AitinlNion lo alt mrU ol' Ulu JIoiimi- x'O crnt. Amusements. Business Notices. Doctok . STKK 'LAND'S TOKIC. DYSPEPSIA Dr.HTKIOKLAMiS Tumo In a conri'ii- ratt'd prppnnition of Itoiasanil ilurbis with untiiu'ldb and onriiiiniitivoB tn Htri'iifttlicD tho Htomut-h anil ik-i-voiih svsti'tii. It. is. citrtuiu rvinctly fur llyKju-jmiti r liiilii'- ty of the .Stoimu-li. Klnfr,- a uil Pi-lilltiy It U not uliMiholic. tl-. 1 '. tti'rllriiliii-lv Jtiitud for Wuk, A'.-r.ipj-vl 'DyHpcpii. M'r(ina. I-or null' liy ull IirtiirglstKr-tvi-ry win-re nt $1 per liottln. Ir. Mtrickluixl'ti PILE REMEDY! P1LK S. Hub cured tlioti.-Jiiiidii of tlie worst i-uhch of Illind and Ulfcditig 1'lli'fl. It given lininc dluU! relief, und rlleoU a permimant citri; Try It directly. It in warranted to enre. l'"or vale by all UruggiHta ut 50 eta.' pi-r bottle. Ir. Strlcklaud'N MKIXIFLCotll COUGH L moke- COUGH BALSAM In Iv.rrn ntul tt tin tltji nulu known to euro Coughs, C'olils, lloarsi iio-. AHtlinia, WhoopiiiK Coiigli.CiironicCouirli; Conxnmption, lironehitU and Croup. IS ln(r prepared from Honey and Herb, It healing, Holtenlng, and exiiectoratliio-, Hu pHrtkiularlv Huitablo foruUall'ectiona of tli iiiiiiiiiiuiu j.uutjs. rorsuie oy Drugginu everywhere .u'S Amusements. Business Notices. New Advertisements. PANIC SAL J22 . I W 1 1, t, sell my entire Mtock I bongliter MR. IHunberKvr, vousUllnn of A LAEQE STOCK OF CL0THIH0. Audptoco Komls, Chinchillas and Ileavvra, HnU, Caiw. and Ocnt-lunil.hliii(i(ood1cto.,etu .' which 1 ul suurantoe to sell ' . AT EASTERN COST, In every .ale mal aluve one dollar, ir the iromU houlil irovx olhor -m. they nu Im returned, will null .uu good. I))- thv ai-il or have It mado nil. , . ... I-AIIL A. I.AbKK. jnlOdval " AMEKIOAN SALOON. rpllK iindt-rsiKiiud haviiiK purchased tho alaivo M. named buloon or Juooli ltap. corner of Third and .tellers, ii mixcU, l)uytii. Oldo. hoiiua lor a rontiiiuntliiu of itaoldcuMoinura, and hy strict ut touliuu to liiulnm. Iu merit tlin iiHlnmajjeof the publiogeuerally. Julo,uw IIKMCV UAl'l'. Hat, Cap, and Fur Store. LEBOLD & LAZARUS, N0.79MAIN STREET, (Under Phillips limine,) llaro the nai-.tstocli or Kt 1KH KAN and Ail 1- It ICA.N C'Al'KH, Victorinea, Gents' Fur Collars, MulTs, G lovos, No batler .lock In the city, and J PRICES A8 I0W A8 THE LOWEST The ONLY place In the city where FtlltS lauuraetiired to JJler. niJI IIIHIklirMi-l nm aia ................. nothjaai nothJHni J. . J,z & Con, . United llretli'renl UuIldlDg, Sort lieat Corner Main and Fourth, DAYTON, OHIO, ' Uauufacturuii and dealor. In BOOTS AND SHOES. W every doerlptloa. Tliuu.iu .... i . , ' - , na.a mwy. i imnil. Ul ineir OWII niaUII- racture, and the tet wlu Hork.alulue as.oi liuent of Houta. Hhoea, (ialtun, Wlppera, etc., lor ladler. cUMloiiiera. 1 llepalrinfr dono at hrt notire and dunthl ' They will Kive .atlalautlou tu tueir eu.lo'hierl and Miejiujillutjiti hSimii CHIT.r'Ifa itwrim Meatlyrriatedattke tMl-iKIC