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r)ITK M IM IIMSHK" RODINSON it SIIEWARD. Office, 110 Main it., bet. 3d and Market. ' DAYTON, Oil IO. Tuesday, - February 19, 1867 Is the Democratic Party "Loyal?" The New York Trlhvn', In rwent ln- hiic iliiliuivl Hint tlio Di-moomcy werr never lienrtltv nti'l oiimi-ntly In favor of the recent wnr wiifrnl oti tho Hotitlirrn Slntm. wliorriiMin certnlii Journiil, rnllcil thr WortJ, wlili-h )oniKHily prorblnm Itaolf "thr fnrrnit I H-mm-ratlp nrjriiii" In New York, vninoiini-r- smb. n stnteme nt :i Unili-r iimhi Hie "patrlotl-tin of the Ixm noratlc pnrty." The Tribune return to the suliji-ct, ami, in reply, miikca aonin ml-minlon-i, wliii-li we ilenlre our readers to note. The editor snv : "We do not itmihttlitir Mr. Vnlliinilljrliniii, Col. T. II. Hovninur, .Indjie Murk ' love and mean to serve their eonntry. What we helli-ve, mul Imve tried to allow, la, tlmt the IKnnoeraU held n theory ol Federal mitlinrltv and of State rights, mid had heen aehooh-d III notiona of Hi right of Slavery and the wronj of: iinu-sliiverv. wlili-li reulerel them 111 pvitahlv vnipittlilwr. In n large ineanire, with tile SlaveholrleM' liehellion. We hold the famoin Virginia and Kentucky reolvw of 17'.Maml IT'.lii Ui Im thtyrtnul that AV Irllmn, mid their reeated inilorxement hy the vA'ie KemiM-mtte party. North linn South, in National t'oiivrnlloiiH, to have weakened and erlppled their power t re sist S'eesslon and its conaeipieni'et. Thai Ihey loved I lie I nion, ami w ished to mtvt (or re tore) It, we linvo not ipivtioned; lint, tlii-jr had no failh In It other" Ine than hy letlinjf thu idavvholdeM have their will of It." On this the Pay Pnnk thin pertinently and truthfully eomnienU: "Aside Iroin certain forms of expression, we reifiird the ahove a very candid and fair statement of the whole controversy, and, so far from Its linpii)rn ing 'the pat riot lni" of the gentlemen men tioned, or of tho-e In the liemoeratlc party who thought as they did. It forms the very highest roinplluicnt Unit could lie paid them. The (piesllon. In lHfil, narrowed down wasHimply thla: 'Shall the I nlcm remain at it in, or shall It 1) ehangeil to what Mr. tiiiKKi.KV and the Abolitionists say It. owjhl to lie T' Asa mutter ol tact, there never w as any contest about the I'nlon, jii rf The Southern States loved anil desired the I'iiIoii p rpetuated. it win. and asked of Mr. I.im'oi.x to ilede himself to tliii). N'cit liliisr more. The Abolitionists had no objection to the I nUm, If It went only made as Ihev declared 'It ought to lie." "The pcitinent ijuesliim, then. Is. Was It 'patriotic' to g.i In w ith the Abolitionist and aid them In subverting the old I'nion in other words, make it as Uahuson and Wkmiki.i. I'iiimh-h said 'It ought to he." 01 wiia It 'patriotic' to sympathize with thosi struggling to resist its overthrow, so far as it, applied to their own States! The )e inoeraey of the (North had been educated into the belief that the I'edcral Government was one ot ih legatcd powcis, as laid dow n in the Virgi Ida and Kentucky Ci-solution. These are now denounced as 'the germ ol the llcbclli'iii," though one set w ere draw n by the same hand that drafted the Federal Constitution, and the other by the man who wrote the I Hihrntlon of lndeieiideuce ! 1 it not amazing audacity that dares to tell the American people that Jamks Mauimin and Thomas Jrffi kson were the real au thors of what Is called 'the late rebel lion!" If these men did not understand the theory and Intent of our Government who on earth may lie supposed to haveevcr os sessed any knowledge of it?" The Tariff Robbery. While the Mongrel party, keeps up a ter rible din and i latter alMint the poor negro, itdoea not forget to pile tint burdens on the back of white labor. It spends from twelve to twenty or thirty millions of dollars yearly in taklngc.areof lu.y negroes, which is ground out of the hard earnings of tin poor wliiti) worklngnicn. When it arranges its tariff, it is also very ready to exempt the articles of the rich, while It piles on the tai l It upon those goods that arc mainly consumed bv the poor. Kven u Mongrel paper, in ailuding to thin mutter, exclaims loudly against it, uud gives some examples of the utroclous swindle of the present tariff bill now before Congress. It My : Woolen coatings, the cost ot which Is $1 (IS per yard, are to be raised twenty four per cent, higher; but the tine and costly qualities, the gold price of which Is J 40. are raised only eleven per cent.; and still liner qualities, of the gold cost of $2 ill), are raised only ten per cent. The course coating are to pay trom eighty to one hun dred and twenty er cent, in duties, but the liner and more costly are only bur dened with from sixty-live to seventy per cent. "The same is trim of carpets. The duty on the high-priced cariict is not raised at all ; that on- low-priced carpet Is raised ten cents per square yard, aimve live per cent. In the same manner, there Is no In crease on silk dress goods, which are bought bv the wealthy : but on small urticles ol silk, such as riblHiii, which are used by the jKMir as well, there is an increase of ten jut cent. Iligh-prh eil Uncus are even put un der a diminished duty ; they are to pay live per cent, less man now. "I he commonest kinds of cutlery iue pay from one hundred to two hundred pet cent, duty ; tjiat is to suy. farmers and me chanics, anil worklmr tieonle lri-ni-riillv. arc . to be made tit pay by this atrocious "tarlll twice or three time as much as the urti cles can be Imported for", for, of course. the lioine manufacturer will at once put up hi prices to the highest limit at which can Just undersell the importer who llic.se duties to pay." Si-iiKNi'K the Xnw Eiajlawl ItcprttenUUIvr trom the Third Congressional Jilstrlc t Ohio residence in hay ton or Baltimore, it suits ia one of the most zealous workers iu this very Iniquity ; yet lie lias there strong body of supporters, and mainly among tho very producing and worklng- ineu which such a system of robbery Is in tended to reach. Were he a citizen of llos ton, or Lowell, and rich ill mill and foun dries ho could not give it stronger aid. Ak i idutk. The I (avion K.mi-iiik says "The best antidote to the poison ol Aboli Hun fanaticism to bit obtained in this see lion of the caiiutTV Is the Western Kmi-ihk. taken in doses Daily or Weekly, as tin s'oiiditiou may require." We don't believe it will work well a an antidote. It fails to neutralize "Abolition ixiison." a the ranld growth of the In Ion party proves, Kut It is capital as an run-tic lim smallest Homeopathic (loses making mmmuUoj twini Ltrcleville tuion. Jlceu taking an over-dose, elif - There were in the splendid galleriesofthe ball of the House or Itepreseiitatives at the Tennessee Capital the other day l.sJncgrotb and seven wtiiut. ITTIUnks, ol Mass., by the bill which he reHirted in the House, proioe that Con gress shall take possession of the State of Louisiana. order a convention, allow negroes w ho are worth 100 to yoto forbid white rebels," (anil about all white men there are called "rela-ls") from voting direct the Convention to ratify the Congressional AnienVnent and order the military t aid In this job. How would It work, w ith such Yankee tinkers as this fellow, should Congress pas an act which It unquestionably ought to do to oust from Ids seat In that body and prevent any person from qualifying In the next Congre, all persona who, while light ing against the rcliclllnn, now stand publicly charged with public robbery of the (loveriunent wltheotton tratula w ith ondscatlng the prox-rty of rebels to their own private uses with furnlsldng Ihf rebel armies with rations, medicines and munitions of war from the Government store. In exchange for cotton and sugar from rebel plantations and rebel store with despoiling Southern mansions of rich furniture, picture, pianos, plate, Ac, and carrying them North, on private account, to adorn their own parlors and churches with contl scaling the property of nan-rest-taut with which they enriched themselves we say. how would it work with such creatures as Bank. Hi ti.kii and the like to require of thcui such a t-st of quail llcatiou ? Why should It not bo done? Judge Cady. The celebrated strong-minded Mrs. Ki.iz a bkth Cadt Si anton, according to a letter from Springfield, Ohio, to the Cincinnati liatettr. had a celebrated strong-minded father- "Judge Only, her father, was a groat lawyer, and a self-made man; In hi young days he was a shoemaker, und one ilay, in drawing hard on a wax thread, the thread broke, ami the awl, which he held, new up and pierced his eve, destroying the sight lie got up from Ids seat and threw the shoe across tin shop, and declared he would never make another. He then went to the st.iulv of Latin and the law: when he irot. admitted to the bar he was very poor, and was employed by other young lawyers to try lltlgateit suits, trout which iirnugcrv they were glad to escape, bv giving lan. as thev called hint, live or ten dollars to do the job for them ; he soon got a great rep utation as a shrewd lawyer, while the others were mediocre. Mr. Cadv became celebrated as the best lawyer in tho State of .New ) ork on the question ol hunt till and frequently met, Aaron lturrasoptoslng counsel, ne was a man ot strict integrity and upon the whole, a brilliant man. "Old Grimes" Not Dead. C. L. Shiill, of Motitpelier. Indiana, in a letter denies that Old Grimes is dead, and says : "A few days ago I visited an old Kevoln tlomiry soldier by the name of (.rimes, liv ing in Wells county, Indiana, who says that his age is 1 1:1 years, lie entered the Amer ican army at the beginning of the struggle, ami served with honor through the war; was under the luiuicdiate command oftieu eral Washington. ami participated in almost every engagement fought hy the Father of hi Country. His health is good, his sense ill hi list and he tailored in the harvest llcld la.-t year; is not nu the pension list his papers having been destroyed bv lire many years ago. Ills wife Is also living, at the advanced age of lull years, enjoying good health." Insurance. Central Insurance Company, UK DAYTON. CAPITA!... UKKH'K-No.m, rait side- nf Main strri't, the tvtjtHwi Sfcoiui hu'1 I'll ml Mn-el!,) lnlon, (, Pirn and Marine !niirtuire I'olirii' isbiifd ujhmi ill itr9tTitluii of building, inurhlnery, und -tuck, fur one yeur or It-, nud iion dwelling liuiit' und houkt'hiild goods lor tlirt yearn, or .in. itnm, hi ruitsonuldi1 ruU-n. Itt'AiinoK Ihiu.ctoks-riir Hcrniuiii, Unliert ( Icunltf m, Andrew Oil nip, Gt-nrK" W. Shuw. Henry H. KowI.t, V. I,. Inrrow, A. U H. Kol kurtli. MKMtV MKItUMA.N, I'rvs.ilent. Antiiusv STicPlUNrt, Ss'tTctury. Ju-!Hii:tm Jacmib Stkvhand, Surveyor. o HIO I N'SC UAXCF. COM l'AN Y ok DAYTON. OHIO Al TIIOHIt.n CAI'irtl. tlAILOOO Asli:i'N, lll,i,HII, H;lt No.SHd. Tlllltl) STUKKT, (MM'KSITK FIRE 1ID MilllE IMS TilEl Current Xlatoa. DIRRCTOKS: Wlllinm lt(-kev, .Timntttan Kcnney, William Arnulil, HiikIi WIukIiii. liwirKe A.llrove, Altrnhaiu ( 'aliill, .lulin WiKK,n- tlaimluin M. Tiunor, I't-tcrT. Iilckuy. WII.I.I AM UK KKV, President. HIS A. II.MtsllMAN, Treasurer. W. II. GII.l.Khl-l K. Hucruturr. mcM KUTOXIA IXSU11ANCE COMl'ANY or DAYTON, OHIO. omi-c.-ttKJTIilril St, (S.iilm HUipUinian'a OIUco.) Tllia CUtUPAJKY WDXTimt FIRE AND MARINE RISKS AT-- Xloasonablo liatos. I) l RKCTO US: John tlimitch, II. H HilK'Iovt Lewis llelnt.. John V. Niiuorth, lotin Itetteloii. Frederick Kitchen hoet'er, litsury Miller, lotnt H. Mtpplefnant ilucnh Decker. JOHN II ANITCll, President S TOpl'l.h.M AN. hecrctuiy. uutl.il Groceries. of as J li n'li w. ar. wiHinwaan . . t. j. kaklkv McKEE, WOODWAHD & WEAKLEY, Hucceitior to WoKninan. Hmitli A t o.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DKAI.ICIta IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors , Hi, mala at.. (Opara. Uulldina,) DAYTON, OHIO. AUo. Iliiitllli-ra of lliiurlHin, Kyu. ami l.'nrn y 1 1 1 k. y , I. ii:r biui.iu.ky, iiiuu. uuuiitiu ly J. B. CILBERT (k CO., Wlllll.KHAI.K DKALKlia IN I'OHKHIX AM JtO.MESTIC Groceries and Liquors ISOH. HI ASH in .IKKKKKHON MTItKhT , tll'I'O, hl'I'K M AltKKI'lllll.MC. In 14 Tor Sale. IAMK.M IIAItTl.llW'H Kill Ml. lonluililnil 1M 1 ui-rtift. niuru or u-mm. with a rulr umiMMiion ul 4umI IhihI. mill kxhI lliulwr, , aUu, runiMiiHlil iiiilnxivMii'iit, itiittU-il In M'MyitA I'.m nhii, M.iiilKUinerv (.oiinly. Illuo. it Iuiiiik lyaiitloliiil mh--lltiu Nu. Wi, Ut imliili V. niiitfi a, l . H'i. Turiitit t.r liiiyiiii-iit i-ut-y. tor iui-llivr iiilui-matiuii I rulvr yuii ui J. U. 4fhuj, luyluii. tb.lll-tt- ilAUAtADAKJLOW. Groceries. Special Notices. Till: iiak.il ami, i:. WISOI IPrn AJ.D fNWRTl NATR Yot'NO MKX. -.raor warli and Inorarllan tar Ituaf Men who have altnsntl their ph leal itowcrt, or nA"lrit Ihcir iilislaniw In rlotaiii llvllijr. ainlrslten f Id I m UnlU-Ac, n Itti Itfpnrt on the Howard treatment anil run-, sent In ( aleil Icllf-r -n(relie.. free of rttArife. AiMreal llr. .1. Skit, I. IS ll'U 1(11 rost, Howard Aim la. tlon, l'hllnrtal.lil, Pa. )aatldaain A Cough, A Cold, or A Sore Throat, KKgi imta immkmiatk attkn- tion, ANnanori n umiiikciikd. IC ALLOW Kl TO C'USTI Ml' U,t PirnuMiii Ibraitt liietf , ar ra amailtan la OrTKM TIIK BMI-l.T. BJIOWN'H BRONCHIAL TROCHES HaTlnjc Kdinot infliieni'otu thff purU, UIVK IXMKIHATK HKI.IKr. far BfoncMMH, dthtrt, (Mturrh, ron fiumotlr.i nnil Tlifttit PlnraHrit TnM'ht urn ustd with nlwuyn food tiii'mi, MINtiKltH ASH IT 111, U; Hl'KA K KHfi will find 7Viri useful in r)enriu tho vidw u hen t:iktm lc To re flinifttm or Hpeuklnir, mid rutlvviiiK the ttirunt rrt'r aii iiuuiuaI vurilun of th orifium. The 7Vikum mrv reiimmeitdM nud n' iirllwtl tijr l'h ati iHMf, Aii't hve hd tetiinonlnl. from Hiiliieiii men tlirvHhoulthv Rounlry, fWltifj 'Si rtlrl of trufi tnertt, nnl havlnir priori Uimr viUmey hy tet of in tiny yam-, each your fliol then In new Inenlltlefl in mrloui prU nf th world, and thu TVneAM Rr nntrenaMy pronounced better thun other urtlrliw, oliUIn only "fllloWVtf KUO( m.M, Tli( UMK,' and do not t:iko nnynf thn W.rtMtt mi titttimt thnt imiy he offered. Hold every-where In the I'nlted Nt:ttei, and Kor elltn ('ouiitrlen. Ht -1A cent per hox. noklwtlm Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia la the mntt popnliir I1AIU It rTHt ATI VK of the dity. It U (Mi'uner, more rlrhly itrltiuied, mid Ik warranted to re U re gray hulr to It" nut unit color; ttop Hit ooininic off; rt'iuove 'land ruff from thoftculp, ami pn'fent lmldiK'. Kt-ud the follow, lug home testimony: CKRTIFICATK. Ttin follow I us It to eiTt'fv th.-it I hao lined UlSii'H VKUKPMtl.K A MltltnslA for the uv-t tx month, nod I hsivn toiind in it nil tlmt it ' I ul tiled for ft to perform. M heiid hut Imtii iiiir ly lml"l for rver.il yenr w ill Ih Mtle in Mtymif for tlx ye.-r. ill leiint and hv atlherliiK !o tho" dirnr tiout in the i tint AilHtosi. 1 am proud to nv thnt I tmw hnv4 it fine jfrowHi of hculUiy huir, whiUt all other rentinntivit have Imli'd." I nm mIo tiiM fx a to It iiHlitien in restoring tent v liitil to itr oritfiu;il rolnr. ha ittir ttern it te-ted ! uv mo-it i ii 1 1 ii it friend. I know tt to he tupr rior Wi all other rentoratt t'fi. Y hat I du know. I know Iroin e vperivnre, in refereut-e to iu propi'r to". and would ri'iMtmnu nd it to all a lii'inc the la-it iirtic It- hi market. M . M . 1 1 1 1' P A l I ). la ton, Ohio. Aliquot 94. lKim. K. M IT IIIIS A i;o..pnp K,IVterlMro, N il. Kor Hale hy all lrucil't In iu ton, uitI every where. r. U , U .MIDWAHT, aii'f.)daw:lm Wholesale Afrent. Dayton, O. 1 NfcU 1'KkHIIK I0K TIIK UM)EKli(UIl F. lbnlen' rviuhi lIlMkMing t rrcHa.' Phnlan'. "3fij.ht lllMiui.Ns Crrrwa. Ibnlun tiglil ICImiii( Orrni." PhnloD ..hi lSIoitiin( tVrrna. I'hnln'a ft iff In Itloomlun; 4'erenia. A in nut MXipilolte. dolli'itie, anil Krnjrmnt IVrfniMf, iliml lnil frcm tin rare auit bt-nutthtl tlmir Irmn wlneh It Kk Iti name. MiuiuF.u tnrt'l mily by l-IIAI.OX & WO1, rw Vrk. RKWAllK OF COIINTKKKKITN. AKK KOU PHALON'R TAKK NO OTIIF.K (jylIMWKftwww1y-4M MICUIC'AL NOTICK. Or. K. CON K may hceonHiilled fthfollowa : 1 In DAYTON nt the IMiillliii Mouse, on Kridiiv. Hept. 14; Oef. 1; Nov.S.1; I ee. SM; t'vb. I ; March ; April IV; Alay IT;. Mine si. In I' It' V nt the Morrlx llouio. on HiaturiliLvv ept. Oi t 'JU: Sov.W; lee.irJ; J-oll M; Mllixll April 13: M.iv IH; ,1 inn' M. InXKSIA i at the lei'ot Katinir Moine.on Thnrn- tava.Hept.1H: Oet lb: Nov.'-M: llee.tlT: .lan..Hli M;in h 7i April II : May Pi; .Iune9) In HI'KINl.MM,l at the Willi. llono nil niurday-i. Nept. IJ; Ki t 'J&; Nuy.au- .f.tu.jt; Fell. Mitrth 14; April IK; MiivS.I; June VI Dr. (,'ONK hat had oillr.es i n eah of the ahnve placet, that hu hax retfulurlv veiled lor the pa.t ven years, and an Tie hum treated and cured inanv Patii-nti. iu 'H'h of the tiliove itlat-eit. he ran uivi the hesl of reli'ietn'eii In oaeh place rnt to hin h k til. Dr. M)Nh Treat and Corn all varlrtlett of hronii diteuftea, tuclntitnK ihniie of the Kyu and makoH no (-harKU lor contnllntion : lint if thone w ho'onsiilt himdiiiretreittmeul.heoharafett ann tor inn AHHiirineii i lur Hi. MHiirini-ii. -ilk-hiitH thnt will luHtaimtlf-iitrrnm foiirtnui tli, i:t,t rrum Klvt to 'I'hlrty ilullHrM. In Canti Me months Address: Dr. K l ONK, UOLUMBtm.UHlO. ocSO-dly Mrs. WNSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, Present a to the Attention nf Mother her SOOTHING SYRUP! For Children Tcetlilt.flr Which Kreatly facilitate! tho procow of teething, hyuoftenliiK the Kiini,reduclntf ail Inllaminatioiia, will allay A I.'I, PAIN und Hpujtinodie action, audi Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Uepoud upon It, mothers, It will give rest to your nelves und Relief and Health to Tour Infants. We have put up and sold thin article for over 50 years, and can ay in conkiuknck anptki tm of It what wo have never heen ahle to sny of any other medicine nkvkk hah it r Aii.ru in a hinui.k in NTANCE TO KFPKCT A Cl'KK, Villfll timely Ued. Never did we know an Instance of disHatixfacliori hy any one who luted It. on the eontrary, all are lulighted with lupperations, ami speak In terms of vummeudatioii of its magical elTects ami medi cal virtues. Wespeak Iu this malter"wiiAT WK no know," alXur at) yours' ex periunc.c; anii ri.KluiK OI'HHKI'l'TATlON FOR TUK V LKI M.M KNT OF W II AT wk ik'I a kk, lit ulmoAtevery iuttlancu where thu Inlaut Is NiiircrliiK from pain and exhaustion, ru liet' will he found In fifteen or twenLy luiuutuM allot the Kvrup in admlnlutered. 1 1 directions lor mdnir will neenmuanveach oottle None iceuuiue uulea the lac.-Nimile of i K l in . I't.itKiNn, Muv York, is on theoutHlde Wrapper. Holil hy all nruKKislMllirouKhout the world. PRICE ONLY 35 CTS PER BOTTLE. JOHN COX'S FARM FOR SALE. rpilK underwitrml will otTer for aaln at public 1 auction, ou the farm of John t'ox, o:uceaed, on Sutunlay, IVIiriuiry 1lf lM7t At two o'clock p. u , the farm of laid John Cox, deceased, uoiitaliuug uboutone huiutredand forty Dine .I'l'tH. I 111 it rurm lien north of OavUm altout three mile, on the Stilluuter, nl. lining th luna of Jo eph Kennedy, and directly on the pnMie rmd IcudiiiK lioiu KU'nexer Church tothuluvtitof hit tie York, and on the Troy Turnpike. , There Ik thu I test uf timber, and a Hprlntr of run ning watorou ihlb furm.and a poud Hell of water, oichaitl. houe, haru, itahle, wauu nIiwU, Au. Thu farm i. In the hf.t repair, and there ia no heiU'r laud In thu lonntry, and adjoining .Mioup'a fehll. ThiR iiutteol the lMlfurua In Mouticoiuerv county. Termi or Halu -One third canli on day of Hale, ami the balaiu a lit otiu ami two year from it iv ul Kale, ucured ly uiuiIki.ku on the premikett, with ix per cent. liUurext lrum day of ale. on delurrtid pajxutnU. I.KWIH NKKfc'. (1. W K K M I N. Mt'llONAI.I, Kxcciilom of the List will of John Lux, decd. leha dlt wat Fancy show iuu.k k'orCuuutiy MuiehantH, mutt I? printed at tho JlMI'I It K HUam Job Koomt. Groceries. Special Notices. Dry Goods. (lU:AT"lffifGAINS; ..oK) war th al l il Y GOODS! KetatllBf ftt wholesale prli, W I LLIAM WALKRR, l Tkir arr(t tea, O. - Iimlllnlr ff mt entire ttttk f Ihy IjootlM laths & mlmTC8, f!.at0f tke Opr lloitfit lm-k ) AU, Ready-mad Clothing;, Hati.Capt, &o., At W holHtitft I'rlc'Ma Me ha a creat vat itv of detirahlfl Hummer an Kail tiooi, fuvh ( loth, t. aHitnere, nattuetu, iltnimoea, .lean. I,iiie. I weeln, rlutiioo, l.a dtetMn.M, M oii iKK, AlpaA, l.nwm, TraudLeH Poll 'In hovrti. .litaHni'Ui. J'oidin. -hallii). He- I')Iim, t 'liiiit.on. iiAaiiitiiie, tiiiKhauiit, Print, I'eii-au'H, l,eno rui-n, 1 1 Hiukh.i Ihm ki. ii lllingk( Hrown 3IiisIIiim Jlliuu'lirtl MuhMiih, Hoop skirt. Italmorals ParavoU, ua I'niltrella, Wliito Ooocia! And A variety f Notion. I'o lumilieii and otiieis needing tiovili thli U tidendld oooortiitiilt. . sptM'hd in hu eineut t City and Country Mer it an u TERMS-Strlctly CASH. auM.lAnlv. KM WALKKH 1 K V ( ) O 1) H BY n H TA I Ii AT AUCTION PHICXJ3!! At Our New Bazaar, :tVt TIllRIt STREET, i ii i'iiHi o, C'lllCISTOl'llKK HIMfrXMAN VrTKS have the onestlnn aked Pa wo dl nt J KttttUt" Wna to all, rail and nee, and we will ortiv tell yon Hluint anMhinK you n''l, trom a tiee'dle to a Wauiug luoUin, or thu brl rt rui n t in .imeririt, Ki'i-p opfii door from early m tn moraine until ntn DiiM in tne eveuinr. - A re rendr t wait tiHn alt V ho laor ut with n rall And flutter ourselveM to please. '1 lie taiMt olnliirate taste with eaafh Our Ktrxk ronsNtu of STPI.K lRV UOOIH. ail iMMiKut at tue I ale tleeiine tn prices. Hosiery in Full Variety. Men and Hoys CnHHtmrcH. Vuttunadn nud Jpans tlorin Hfiil Tojt. rtoolH fintl Hhorn, WrtUniC, Note I;tpir and KnTf loppft, furpMs, Kurmtufe-in'ir iitidiit to nil, lurrnnwartv c Hi "ldi' tiniiif t hi ii too numei ou to mentUMi. e dell at aurtioii on Tuesday. TIiiiimI.iv and iSaturdai nventn. ami iiturdit morninK. I iii'jiau ti House Furnishing Goods. DECEMBER G. 1866. C A. II PE TS1! House Furnishing Goods Vnn Atisdal, Harman & Co., Are now offering, at reduc-ed prices, full lines of i:lMSII AM) AMKUH7AN oa itPiyii N(i s. OF Al l. K l 111. 2-4, 8-4, -1--I, 3-1. C I Coir and Cane klattings, Miiiiillu nuil Straw MiiUIiij;. A FWLI. oTOCK OK ( iirhdn Ih'ps. Terryy, rHKjrols, rrum I) ilollis, Pi mi o l overs, Klitnkcls, &c , &c. Wbicb we will ttl at firlreu to aatt CBntomwrt. A lur hp Htouk of -4, 8-4, 10-4 Linen and Cotton Sheetings, rillow vaslnRs, CounlerpaneH, Towel Sapkijrih, Doylies, Furniture IMmlty, &c. Itaught tiuc th ilucllne and will b tola cheap. AS KLKUANT STOCK rial:: and Idlt Window Shades, Window Shades, all Widthi and Colors .Inst opcni-d, a H)lcii(ll(l line of iipw style TAHII101 OILT WALL PAP BUS, Common Unit Papers, Derorail ye roper llunglngs. VA AISDAL, HAKMWIO., mvaiiy 74 nam niraei Cincinnati Cards. M. THOMPSON UMBRELLA, PARASOL NI n'nlkhiy Van Manufactory, No. 1117 Main su, but. Fourth ami Firth, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO, KnpslrliiR Promptly Attended to (loi-.ta tltaw-lyw NATION SALOON. NO. 170 Wi;ST SIXTH STJtKKT, OINCINNATI, O. Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars, ALWAYS ON HANI). Si tplentlia Milliard Table KOl'K ll'l,K!ll)1D TKM J' IS AIMCYH. .1.1. Ki.iNR.Hupt. JT, F. (Jf Ki:i'. Prp. .Inn'Hin (iKH!ewir to H. A E. atarnberger.) NO. 20rt TlUJtO STKKICT, Nrit to Poitafflct, UAVTom, o.t WiH'lA notlly Mi old frlaud and the public generally that he ha aKalu renumed bual -ni'tfkt, and will hervutter keuo one of the tuuit c.nniilete hUh kii of t.lothliiK. Mn' Wear and Kur niHhiiifr ttMMU In the city, and which he. w ill nell cheaper than th ehuapeiit. ( all and buoonvincatt. itvciM-itliu 1'Al l. A. I-Ath.. Bl.ouTii'ii.i.it u'rm, nsauii.c. lurctre I'lsno.l ertes.-w lataooae, Vi II road way, New York. Our I'laNoa are ai-knowl-edged to be e,uai if aot supeiiir iu tone, durabll ily, aud nulNii to any aolil in New York or else, ahere. VYahhntk roa suvsn yhs. Jriia It-ss than any other Hint class makers. Hend for pnuellst. dsclN Siiiow c. HECKS, ICKCEU'TS.Ac. Neatly ariuted alike klaH'IKS AQUA DE MA0JK0LIA. A U'llcl dollKlit. H ii per I or lo any Cologne, imeil to bathe the faeo and pcion. to render tho akin oft ami frenh, to allay Inflammation, to perfume eloihlnjr, for headaehe, Ae. It In manufactured frtinn the rich Southern Alaichulla, and la obtain ing a. patronage quit tinpreorente1. It It a fa rnriU with aetrrweii and oper nln)Cr. It It old by all dealera.at fl 00 In large ludtlea, aiul by liaat lURttl A t:o., new imk, Whoimaln Agftnta. naraifia hprlnir U'afrv no Id by all Drugglata. "Jea ao!" "Kxactly lM Sdn shingle laid .they weru there "Tory time " If he felt "ow ley" In the inoriiing, he took IMantation Mitten j If he felt weary at night, he took IManUtion Jtitieri; If ho lacked appetite, waa weak, languid, or mentally oppressed, be tKk Plantation Ullter ; ami they ever failed to net him uli hit plus ( nitre and tlrm. Kew peraoua want any better utkorlly; but as uiutt nay, utt read the following: 1 owe much to you, for I Ter- lly believe the Plantation Bittern have aaTed my lite. HLT, W M. WAUONl-R,aMa.lrld, N. T.M 1 have been a great iuffarer fi-wis Iypee4ia, and had tu abandon preaching. Tie Plantation Ulttera bave ueiufl in. ItKT c A. MM.IMOUD, New Terk City. I bad lout all appetite -wai to weak aud enervated I eeuld banlly walk, and had a perfect dread of fculety. The Plantatien lllttera have tat me all right. J A M Kit lltl.MIWV AT, t. I.ouii, Mo. The Plantation lllttera have cured me ef a Uerangt-nieht of tht? Kldueyt and Crinary organ, that dUtreiked ire for year They act like a charm. V.V. MOOKK.9M Hntadway, New Turk. Mn. (I. M. DKTOK. manager of the I nion Home School lor rtiddiora' Children, tnyu ahe "has given It U tho weak and invalid children under hnr charge, with the in out happy ami gratifying renulU." We havo received over a hundred reams of inch eertllicatu, but no advertisement in uo ef fective aa what people themselve say of a good article. htr fortune andour reputation ! at titake. The original quality ami high character of these goodivtillbc aiutuliied under everv and allcir- c.uiuitlauce. They hare already ohlultiud a tale In every (own, village, pnrUh ami hamlet among civillxed iiatioim. I lute fmltatom try to come ai nearour name and atyle u they ean, and iH'caune goiMl article can not be aobl an low a a poor one, theytlnd iouie upiurt from parllcn w ho do not care what they null. lie ou your guard. See our private btamp over the cork. P. II. DltAKK A CO., New York t Uy. Marata kprlny U alrn obt hy all Druggist. 0VKR A MILLION DOLLARS SAVED! (ifiithMiii-n: "I hail a nouro ninn worth fl.WU who tiH.k until from a bail Inirt In the Ii-k, ami vrn Uht-lt-si, loruver a jrear. I hivl ueU evarylhinff 1 i-uiilii hourof witbmitbiiL-llt, until 1 Irii-Utbt-Mux- trfiu Mimlitng I.lnliutiiit. It huoii HfTt-rti-il a pernitt-nonti-iira." .1. 1.. IHIWNINO. MuntKomury, Ala.. June 17. 1R50. 'l tnkfi itleivMir In rut-.nmiuemlinic tha Mrvlrnn MilRtang l.iiilmuiit an aTitlliut)tvanitinillHttiisnlilt- artl.-lc lor Hiraln. Hurvii, H-.rat-hi-ii or Gall in HumL't. Our men havu uii-it it tur Hum,, limit-, Humt, Hlieiitnatlsin, Ac, ami all say it art like magln." J. W. II KWITT, Fomniin (Vir Amorlcan, WelU, Kargo't anil Harn- den't Kipre. "The iprain ofmy ilauibUii'', ankle, ocrlnni-l while RkHtiuff lat wlntitr, waiieiiLirulvi-iirilliiiiiu-week, after ihe r.fiiiiiieiii;e,l uving your rlehrutt-l Mustang I.inlinent. Kl. tKKI.V." Ulom-eater, Man., Aug. 1, It I an admitted faut that the Medi an Muatiiiig l.lninieut erform more cures In iiborUir tiuic, on man anil beaut, than any article orer ilUcoTi-reil. Fiunlliec, lintry-num anil planUlni thouttl alwayv havu It on hand. Quick ami lure it certainly i. All genuine la writinel In stei-l-plate angruviuin, biiarlug the signature oft), W. WMIbrok,(.beiuiat, ami the pHtat V. U. atanjn ol ltiMaaBiKNka AL'u. over the top. An effort haa bei.n mmle to nounterrelt It with a cheap atone plat label, took eloflyt Nat ratlaajia Mfjrlna; W atla r.aoM by all Urug- glals. Who would not be heautltulr Who wniihl not add to their beauty? Whatglvoa thntmarblu pur ity and dialing appearance we observe uioii tiie stuge, and la the city belter It is no longer a se cret. They una llagan'a Magnolia lulin. lit con tinued use removes tan, tn-rkli-a, itimplcH am roughness, rrum tho lace ami hands, and li-avi the compluxlon amiMith, transparent, blouining unit ravishing. Unlike ota.iy roiiinetloa, it contains no material iujurluus totlie akin. Any Druggist w ill order It rur you, il not on hand, at 60 els. per butt If W. K. II Ad AN, Troy, N. V.,( honust. DEMAS BARNES & CO., Wbolntala Ageuts. N. Y. Karatefa Nprlng Maler, sold by all Prugglsts. It It a moat delightful Hair Hreniing, It eradicate mirf and dandrull. It koupi the head cool and cleau. It inakoM the hair rich, no ft aud glosny. It prevenU hair turning gray and falling off. It restore hair uon prematurely bald headn. Thli la Jtul what J-you'a Kathaiiou will do. Jtii pretty it la cheap-Hiurable. It i literally sold b) the ear-load, and yet ita alinot liu rtvlihle demand tn daily lucreaalng, until there U hardly a country alore that doca not. keep It, or a family that does not Hue It. K. T1IOMAH l.YON, I hemUt, N. Y Ntaraalofra Nprlng Water. nobf by ull DruggUU. ItelmMtreel'a Inimitable Hair Coloring In not a dye. AH luttiintaneou dyed are compiled of m mat Mu$to, anil moro or tea destroy the vitality and beauty of till hair. ThU It the original Hair Coloring, and haa been growing hi favor over twenty ye urn. It reukorea gray hair toll original color by gradual absorption, In a iuoL remarka ble manner. Hi aJson beautiful hair dieiiing. Sold iu two 1ot-IW vahiIh and fl hy all dualuis. ;. 1 1 k'.l M HT It K KT, t ;hein it, nralH ftyriBK Walr, iold by nil trugglat IaVOM'l KXTBAOTOr Pi' KB J AM A 10 A (tlNOKH For Indlgectlon, Nausea, Heartburn, (tick Headache, Cholera Mnrbut, riatuleney, o., where a, warm lngtlmulant la required.- It careful preparation and entire purity makeilt cheap and reliable ar tlele for cullnary.purpoiea. Hold every where, at WloU., per bottle, Atk for "I.roN'i" Pure Extract Take no other, laralega Uprlaff Water, told by all armggliU. M towly. Medical. ITS EFFECT 18 ITIIIt AC tl-OlIS. The old, the youn(r, the ralddto U1 nnlt P1" HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It la an entirely new aoientiltc discovery, eomblnlng many of the most powerful and restorative agents in tne tyuioi9 Kinytwrn. VL-m a,il, r.n,tn,1i.nc In tlj, merlta. anil are so sure it will do all we claim for it, that we offer $1,000 Reward If the SiciLUit Ham Bim" does not Rive ait lafartinn In II cues when used in atrict accord ance with our Instructions. Trgelabie Sicilian Hair Jlenewn haa proved Itself tn he the most perfect preparava. for the Hair ever ollered to the public. It la a Tern-table compound, and contain no Injurious properties whatever. It Is not a Dye, It strike at the Hoots aud (Ills th glands with new life and coloring matter. IT WILL RESTORE OR A T IJJItt TO irs oniQisAi. voloh. It arl krrp ffce Hnlr from falling out. It rloaturt tho Mralp. and make, th II air SOFT, LOBTROV8, Atflt HILKKtt IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No neraon, old or young should full to use It. 11 .'. J.,,,.rf k h,, ll,, FIRS T MKTI- J CM. AUllWliirr. XV Ask for Hall' VorrABL Siciuan IIaiii I'.bnkwkk, and tak no other. Tl II : .. tl - ,1,. RirilT.S IT . T H 11 K- KKWF.H to the public, entirely confident that It will Dring uaca me uair w us origin.- -;wiui, i-.. growth, and In nearly all case viler it has fallen olf will restore it unless the iwsou Is very aged. It. I. II A IX & '. Proprietor. I ffathua, JV. U. XV Sold by all DrUKK'at'- laiiltiM n niMiyl Miscellaneous. Hat, Cap, and Fur bton LEBOLD & LAZARUS, IS: O. 79 3V1 AIN ktbet:t, (I'llilrr rilllllp" IIoiihp,) II live tho llm-,1 .1". k of Kl'ltlll-KAN al d AMU. II A N 1'AI'l.S, Victorincs, Gents' Fur Collara tills, GIIOVOS, ate. No beltiT si ork 11 Ihe tily, anil PRICES AS LQW AS THE LOWEST The ONLY idare in the rllr ulii.n. n ils ... Ituililifectlireil to order. lioHdMm NEW ESTABLISKBSINT J. F. Lontz & Son, I ni tnl Ifrctlimi l!uiUMifT, Norlheust Corner Main und Konrtb, DAVTON OHIO, Mauufacturerfc und dealer In BOOTS AND SHOTS Uf every ticarrlptlnn. ThrvalHuvn kcction IimimL of tliolr ftttvti mui . fai lure, and thu brut lalu work, a lame ushnil men of booU, hboea, Uaitura, Hlipiei-ft, Ui. lor laii.u inii, iiit'ii ttiiii uoya- wear, una at pi n t- to hu cottioiiirra. Krpalrlntfdone at ahort notice and durably. Tby ulll irive natlalui-llon Lo Lhulr ii.f..niiii4 aud ihe publm. Cull aaoilll KEElCOOL. WK wish, by till means, to inform Ihe public, that at- have ulJ . V . kilifur'i i ; nu-.tru aiict-t, mid nt J. obliuyur'N, llunlou building, Jel- Filterer and Cooler, Combined And we say iiiihiisltntinKly anil advisedly, thai II l lln- (,ul) arlii li- nl tlic cluss l, hi. h bus i-vi-r la-el olli red lo the iniblic tliul in everv M ay lills our eiM'cl4itinn. te si ll it al n iiiotle'riile price. It will run lor years without toui hliiK. W'lua nec essary, cub be re-ui-k(-d llituuul)' lullllltes. Every Family.Store.Manufactory, Hotel, &o., Bhould have one. The Filthiest Water in the World will pass through it, And come out icy cool and clear as autlier. tli-sidi-s Us lllli-rlnif properties, It purlries. la a Hi-ll-kiiow ii In. I ilial lime aud oilier iiiiiii-rals Iu wuler urn injurious to hi-allli. end when tliu t-luil-urssiulH.1 in our midst, Uiom-who dnuik rein aaler wi re less liable tobe allarki d and lo die b lliih hi-oui'e t,r mull Ihttli thoae u ho in,cd Die lui. pure waters. The IliU-riliK muterlala used In this palent ai -rniiKi-iiieiil (pelented by PhHT IIOCI.KN luis white sand, animal an.f vi-Ki-lnble ctiur, nul Al and ere soi-oiiibiiied as to do their duly lierfeclly' Mr 'or sale iu any quantities (one or more) ,i ldlf KAMllN.UIIIU. cT w. Lowe, WholcfmLvauUrtttall -- - Trunk Manufactory, Mm removed to NO.SJfill Til Ull t HTHKKT 1A YTON, OHI a ii r.n i ruvoliiiK l ruiiki. tit'iilh'Uien'kl'rtiY.. I J uli nif 'l i uukH. VhIimh und Irust'liHtf Hay. hiiiiui't llokf., vU'., of bitltur iinuiulauliud lowor prict'n than thfy run he punhanvir iu t in oimiaLior I'lut-wlo'io. Work warruiiUU. mttily Rid Yourself of a Nuisance, llINTKIl monlhii aflonl to the dUrri oi liouv v tlti the piopi-r opiortuiui, il tho ktrvauU have liuciM uit'li'M), lo i iU the jiit'iulkftj ul allr min. 1 am luauului-lurliitf m fiiiallilili- Jroytr, Mliu-n In Haiiault'd kupi i nr U auiUuiM ulleiwd iu th ik linn. t-'or -al.t to liniKKifU, prdilU-rn trlul roiiutty niuri'haiitt, by doi-n or kiom, HKST A MARTH, Jal&dliu No 1117 .IfiTiMton -trrrt, Di.jUm. obi Who Wants Bargains. 1M A KTI N HUM ItKHOKK, It K A L KM' ATK AliKNT, lA VI ON, OHIO, baa for lain. Tufuly lluu. uud Lotn rauguig lioui MJ0 tu 5.UU. AUo alx 'arui thiue Iu liarke, two In lonU Kuiutiiy. ami uur In Vau W t-rtCouuty. Thu undi-kiKuud van alHa)K be found at the Ohio In-uiaiit t oillce, whuu not out ou bUkiuemi, or aVlhe l'oi odit.u i-oruui". Uu and kulU propyl Ly. Terina liberal api 1M tl CaKUS AND BILL 11KADS eaily nuUduUli. LAll'llHi btvam Job Uoob