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RPITKD AND ri'Hl.lSMKO BY ROBINSON tc SHE WARD. Office, 110 Main it., bet. 3d and Market. DAYTON. OHIO. Wednesday, - March 20. 1867 The Supreme Court—The Radical Design to Dispossess it of Power. th-marklug ukii "tlie lniortiiiire f n simile life" In those, revolutionary time. llie A'a'iimat InteHiyrwrr, tlie otlior day o.iilleil tlie attention of the eimt to tin prptwnt prtunnttlc of the Suprnnf Court Mint tlio liiiilirat revolutionists know luff tlte controlling iiiijMirtniii-c of the Supreme Court of tlii'TnttPil State In tlio eunllht between the President, e' i Inw for the reduction of Mm munlier of Judges from nine to Keren, rorbldsllns any new appoint ments. In co vacancies ooe-ir, until, by the hupixniiuit of vacancies, the limit of even indues Is reiudiud. It Is well known that tlm Kiinre.me Court now consists of nine Judges, live of whom entertain loins as expressed in Into decisions, utterly at war with the scheme of military admin istrations which the Sukkmav military re construction hill provides for. and four of them have deelared their belief in ;he power of Congress to ereet military tribu nals In the Southern States under the wnr power. Of the five judgca wlio adhere to the an cient, clear mid well-settled principles of riirht ami constitutional liberty, two or three are aged and feeble, wlih the eliunees of life, very much a;;.ilnsi them, while the minority is composed of young, robus! men. the new apM)intees, with one excep tion. The death of any one of the majority would uinku a tie In the Supremo Court upon the essential principle of MicShkh man bill, and of course w ould prevent the Court from pionoiinclti; the bill uucimsti tiitioniil. The veto of the President belli: overridden bv a two-thirds vote of Con gress, and the Supreme (,'ourt thusdivided. tliere remains no constitutional In trumoii tality by which to escape from the tyranny of Its operation. Let a single one of the live judjres die and the consequence is that every citizen of tlm Southern States, in life, liberty and property. Is at the unchecked mercy of military tribunals. How trail, then, is tlx' barrier between riiht and un licensed power. Any day, any hou; may remove this last impediment, and iheu all further power of peaceful resistance to the encroachments of partisan organization will be at an end. "Mendacious Nonsense." Oov. Hawley, of Conn., lately made n speech in New Haven, during; which declar ed that '"the rebellion is stronger now than when I.kk surrendered." and urged the extremist course on inn iwirt oi t.otijr;vss for Southern subjugation. The New York 7'imin, Radical, thus puneliestlie New Kujf- land chardatan : vs hat no sensible men mean by saying that "the rebellion is stronger now than miring the war i he phrase w a common one. It Is one ol the common-place cries In Congress, by which hesitating support is rallied tor (louiitlul measures, anil halt injf supporters are reduced to party fealty 1 lie reiiciiinn w as wageu against the au- thoritv of the National Government. It disputed ami resisted the national author ity. There is no such resistance now. not the faintest, shadow or vestige of any. There is not a man. woman or child in any Southern State who questions the full authority of the Federal Government over every foot of the national domain. Not an arm is raised, nor a voice heard against, it. Yet without such resistance tliere can be no "rebellion." That was the very essence and substance of the old rebellion, ami waserushed out, utterly and completely, by Issue of the war. To say that the rebel lion In tliis sense is "it longer now'' than during the war, is mendacious nonsense. Protestant Preaching in Rome. In liis late letter to the State Department read In the House, on the liith. the Ameri can Minister. Mr. Kino, says the laws of Rome do not tolerate any other form of public religious worship than such as con forms to the teachings of the Roman Cath olic Church, but the right of any foreign Minister at the Papal Court to hold re ligious services under Ills own roof, in ac cordance with the forms of his national or individual faith, has never been questioned or interfered with. Thus, tlte Htissiau, the Prussian, the American, and other repre sentatives of foreign powers in Heme, bnve always exercised and still enjoy unmo lested the freedom of religions worship the several chapels, connected with their respective legations. These chapels, course, are open to all compatriots of the different Ministers desirous of joining these religious services. New Hampshire! Two years ago Nkw Hampsiiikk gave liepublican majority of 7,3!M. Last year this was reduced to the extent of 2,738: leaving the majority 4.650. This year a still further and more fatal hole has been made In It, leaving only 2.S00 A gain of 1,8(10! The Democrats claim that Harrimau's (Uadieal.) majority will not exceed 2,000 Governor. They also claim the Second Councilor District. The Assembly elected. so far, shows 37 Kadicals to 25 Democrats the same towns last year electing 40 Had. icalsto 10 Democrats. The liadicals may well show fear of result In Connettlcut. The like propor tionate gain there will give ns the St:t Southern Generosity. Many of the Northern people are laboring under tlio delusion probably the result "copperhead" reiiorts that while Hkn Ruti.kk was cavorting around the South, he stole ull the spoons. His not true, some, whicli he could not find or could curry uway, are being generously scut him. A Washington letter, dated the 13th. says : Gen. Ben Butler has lust had a present sent him from Alabama, in the shape of tpmm about two feet louir. made of Iron but It looked a little rusty ; probably It a little wet by the recent ruins. The ex pressman had It, mid as ho went along avenue there was a crowd running alter mm to see it. Lie took it to butler s board lug house, and got a receipt for it. Poor Ben. ilo baa a hard time about spoons. Wealth of Ciihintian County. Assessor's list. Just returned to the County Clerk's oltloe, show tlio assessed wealth Christian county. Kv.. for Ifskl to be S5.115. 001. In the yearlstll. the list showed wealth to be 13.0O0,0o0. By the war. lib eration of (laves, Jt-c., we have lot,7.8s-t, m. Mexico—A Decisive Battle Promised. Ih.mI. The last reliable news we had of the csnct position iind expressed Intentions of Maximilian he had left tjnerouro. on the 25th February, lit the head of Mini 15.000 troop. 10 attack tho Republican or Liberal army, then enenmped iihonl twenty-Arc miles from tn rrc tarn, near San Felipe, Dolores and San Miguel headed by Ksc-o-bedo, one of the ablest, and iiom. dashing of the Mlx-rnl commander who has under his immediate command almul twelve thousand men; while IlKt't.m am' CouoNA.two other able ofllcers. are In good positions, with the divisions, numbering ten thousand, which would Justify Kaconieno I'l giving battle to the Imperialists without a mo ment's delay. Diaz, with eight thousand men. is also near the City ol Mexico, and be w ill take a hand in thu movement w hen the (roHT time arrives. Where It Is considered that the great mass of Maximilian's forces are .Mexicans follow ers of an Invader, w ith demoralized lines ii'i'l loose discipline that the I, literal army are In front and oi both flanks, nml the -nails in all directions are guarded by i,., ..,!,. ,,-,,. l, know all the private passes, and will not leave one oten for lite llighf of the Kmiicror to the sea-side, we need not stretch the Imagina tion violently In predicting how much longer Ids Inglorious uilventurc vt 111 last, What the War was for. A lladicul cotempory, the L'tlea (N Y,) Il'-rntil not any more radical tour most of the organs of ihe Deslru tioulsts, but far more honest is bold enough to assert that tlie war was Ugan and waged, ot as Congress o unanimously resolved, "Solely "o maintain the Union anil preserve the Constitution," but for a totally diil'crent purpo-c for Radical jintiiira: principles We give : short quotation. The Iurijht say ' The tw o parties ar- propagandist. of cot" litlilig principles. The loyal party hits con coimuered the ebe n irtv in the tleld. Tlio frill; of ihat vi lory is tlieestablisliment of i!s jiult.icat pi iin-'tyi'S. J hat was the Is sue of f lic whole war." "The liadicals exac; nothing in a vin- ) ive spirit. VVicb liave won the battle. Vi.' Iiave oii;ik'i( the l iijh to establish he ir.m-nilPS. i hat is imt the precise sl.-n-iicance and value of their victory. Thev have made costly saerilie.es for f heir liriacilet. In, the hour of victory they cai- iint mi'i'tm" ttttni. So it seems tliitt the saerillces and tiie suf ferings nfthe war, in which Democrats urd Conservatives so largely participated, were all "to establish ltadical principles." The lives of hundreds of thousands of men, and the toud of debt that oppresses the country, were given "to establish Radical princi- cles." The Niagara Canal Scheme. Our lively Cincinnati cotcmporarles of the lindlcal school the luzette ami Com merrwl are heavily "down on tlio pro ject of a .ih'j ciuidi around Niagara Falls on the American side, at the expense of the National Treasury. The tiase'.le says: Sli'.OOO.lXM) are wanted at the start, anil what schemers of Government works ever estimated their full cost? Vliatare12.00(. (KXI to a Nation that owes $2,500,000,000. and is still so far short of its best, running weight that it is turning l,0o0.00(l.o;Hi of cheap currency debt into gold bonds as fast as it can t this was hut three nays ex nenses in the war; ami, somehow, it is: part of the scheme that we are t prevent another war by this sluice. Having no other leg to stand on. the protect is shifted to the War 1 lepartineiit." Groceries. It in oi in a for the of but not to a got the The of our J.D M'KKK. W. W. WOUItWAHh T.J.WKAKLKY McKEE, WOODWARD & WEAKLEY, ,Sm'r.eurs to Wugmnau, Smith A .,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DKAI.KKS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors o. $h TO ttin t. (Opern llulldliiff.) DA YTON", OKIO. AKo, Dhtillcrx of Itoiirbon, K. rnl lorn Hiisfcy, I. Jjpt-T Stuilii"ky, Ohio. noliMuwly J. B. CILBERT & CO.. W UULKS4LK ItK.Al.KIOi IN f'OKKK.'.V AX It JtOMESriL Groceries and Liquors. NOW. 711 AND 78 .IKKKKltSON STItKKX, OI'PO. SITK MAHIiKl'llOllSK. feU Oi,! EYKH MADE W ,iily. without doctor r medicine. t'Ht, )ONt-Mtil, 011 wiwipt nf ton cent. Dr. K J(. FOtTU. 11S0 Itrtmtlwuy, N. Y. 'M FOHT AND TIIK KOIl THK K I ' PTU R K P . Spnt poit-puiil 011 recjitt 01 pt fcnis. AUtlresti lr K. U. FOOTG, U3Ullroiulway,N.Y. J Sent in tcnle'l eu VLMOIH! Ull rOt'lMIH Ol ten ut-nU. Ailiirefs lt K. It. KOOTK, ,-iutlior or Mvdicul i imiiuon Si'itu, 11 HO ltrouilwav N. Y MHit-h l'tlAI-iidm THE MERCHANTS CAPITAL, - - $20,000,000. Owned and Operated by Our Merchants and Manufacturers, Carrie by Express, Money, Valuables, Freight A Parcels, Over more than 13,000 miles of Express Line, Aad to more than FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES, And through them to Mora than 4,000 Cities and Towns, At Just and Liberal Batos, Based on DISTAN0E and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending, AND will toon l Uiom run by Into Utt Amtmuta ud U. II. feaprtiNi Uti't. Over $100,000 per month At now MvM to Eipmaa flhh'pom t? thin Com fttnr, nd thu tuTinic ntn be tua.lt) irmitnut ij oattnnltiljl ill Mine liberal patnmAge tnttit'lu ky en it. bxuerlenve eejuree eur euoutuui, en.! canvtutwe w tttet we nutT rely upon tlte pubhv tsmlUuuue eiul uppwft, vbiek we Itwpe 10 nterU nlwuvi. Office, No. 68 Jefferson Street, reb.lv, lbI-d K. ITITI(.A(nl, 4 fe fA-k.rji itWwrffiTjWW air STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE PLATFORM ADOPTED. JANUARY 8th, A. D. 1867. RESOLUTIONS. 1. li'tnlvfit. That tho UcinocrAcv ofOliln .tMMimmly Ailhcrc ttitho principle of the purty nx(oiiiiilrl hy tlm futhern, nnii n- ..... uuy t'xH'rii'iifti i nut tn a('r)nliini i withthiMi! priiiclph'A we iltvUre thnt the fedt-nil Oovcrniiifiit In Kovt-rm it of iiiiiik'ii Mnver, nun unit u pcisccit powcrH but mu ll on arc rxpreiwly, or hy npoi-dHiiry liuplh-ution (Iclfifiilccl to it In the bVileml foiitttitutlou: flint ulloflier hto reervert to tlm .Mute", or the lieonle: Hint ii strict const met ion o tlm Count itti- tlon In InillsiH'iisiilile to the prcitcrvHtloii of uie reserveu riiiis ol tlio Miiti-K hiii) tlm people; that nil vninU of ower to (iovem ineiit. w hether Mtnte or Keileral, iliimlil he ttrlctly coiiKtriietl. bccmi.o nil mn-li trrniit. nltrhlife the. natural rlirlitu of men: that tlt uvTniu"ii or me rininiity nml riflit of tiirnmi.-s Htm nit riniH ti mo people m neeetKftry to the 'interval ion of the Union ; that tho Federal iovernment Is luilltteil to leif Ulate for or ililininlnter the ItM'iil coneernri ol the States; that It would lie monstrous Unit tlie local a flairs of Ohio should h rein,. lated hy a Ketleral ConerpsRin which shehns out two senators, nml tlio New Kiijfluini States, with hut n little (freatcr populutio, have twelve : that the tentlenrv of the l-Vtl- eral Government Is to uxurp th reserved rtjfins oi tue Mates nml or the people; mid that, therefore, h centralization of power in its hum! is an ever ix-iiillnu; dmijrcr. That smdi an nhs trptioii ot power would, while It lasted, be destructive of the liberties and interest of the neonlo, and would end either In despotism or a destruction of the l limn ; that a .ationnl debt, besides lin- poverinhlnir the pi-oole. fosters an undue increase of the oowers of t he I ViL.r.il is,w. eminent ; that liijrli protective tariffs have a like eoect, anemic lug the interests of tlie many for the emoluments of the few. nml plainly violating tlieenultv ami snirit of the Constitution ; that the collection mid ilislnirscnient of enormous revenues by the reticnit "vtitvcruim-ni nuve ine same ten dency, beside corruntiliir tlio liovcriimciir. and that, therefore, ei'onomv is essential not only to the prositeritv. but nlso to the liberties of the people: that unequal tax ation is n plain violation of justice, of which no Government enn safely be ifuilty. That to each State belonjrs tho rljrht Jo determine the (pialitlcatlon of Its electors, mid all attempts to impair tills riht, either by (.'oii(rres.sioiial legislation or t:oiistitu tionat niueiitliucut, arc unwise and despot ic; thnt the tendency of power is to steal from the ninny to the few, nml that, there fore, "eternal vigilance Is the price of lib erty ;" that tho tendency of government is to enlarge its authority ly usurpation, and therefore (rovcrniiieut'iieeils to be watched; .i... t. i... t i . .... imtti itiiiituii t.n lis t,,-liM:ili It's is HI "iovt Til too much unncccssnrily mid vexatiously luterfcriu); with the bus'iness and hnblts of the people; that the freedom of speech nml of tlie press Is essential to the existence of liberty : that no person not In tlie military or naval service, or in thu bounds where martial law legitimately prevails, can law fully bo deprived of life, liberty or proper ty, without due process of p'.villaw; that tlie courts should alw ays be open for the redress of krrievnnces ; that no eje pott factu Inw should be made; that the right of the people to peaceably assemble mid consult upon public nlfairs Is inviolable ; that, the military should be held In dun -mhjcctiim to tlic civil power; that while tlie major ity, as prescribed by tlie Constitution, have tlie right to govern, the minority have in defeasible rights; and that, n frequent, re currence tn tirst principles is essential to the welfiiri1 of the State nnd the people. 2. JlKmilml. That the States lately in re Itellion are States hi tlie I'nion, and have been recognized as such by every depart ment, of the Government, and by Presi dent Lincoln, wlio, in the midst of tho war, invited them to elect members of Congress ; by President Johnson, in various procla mations and ofllcial acts; by Congress, which permitted Andrew .loluison to sit in the Senate as a Senator from Tennessee, nml member from Virginia, Tennessee and I.ouishiini to sit in the House of Repre sentatives after these States had seceded, and while tlie war was being carried on, anil which further recognized them as States in the Union by the Congressional apportionment net providing for their due representation in Congress; bv various tax laws, ainl esH!tinlly by the direct tax ; by the resolutions submitting amendments to the constitution lor their approval, nnd by various other nets ami resolutions im parting the same recognition ; all of which were passed since the attempted secession of those States, by tlm Judiciary of the United States, w hich holds Fedeml Courts in all those States, and especially by the Supreme Court, which entertain jurisdic tion of cases coming from them, which it could not do were tliey not in tlie Union. That being thus in tlie Union, they stand on an equal looting Willi tneir sister States States with unequal rights being a tiling unknown to tlie Constitution; that, hy tlie express terms of the Constitution, "each Mate Is entitled to hnve two Senators and a I lie proportion of Representatives in the Congress, ami to vote in ail elections of President una v ice-president ;thnt, though these rights are subject to interruption bv a state of civil war. they can not, in time of peace, ue suspended, much less destroyed, without a plain violation of the Constitu tion ; that Congress has no power to ue' prive a state or its reserved riirlus, and reduce it to a Territorial condition; that therefore the exclusion, by tlie so-called Congress, of all representation from ten States, the proposed exclusion of those States, from ull voice in tlie next Presiden tial election, the threatened overthrow of their State uoveriiiuents and tlie reduction ot their States to tlie condition of territor ies, are each and every one of them uncon stitutional, revolutionary ami despotic measures, destructive not merely of the rights of tlioso States, but also of the rights of every other State In tlie Union. That those liieasuresare parts of n plan to nullify tlie Constitution, virtually overthrow the Stute (rovernments, to erect n consolidated despotism on their ruins; and to establish and perpetuate a tyrannical rule of n minor ity over a majority of the American peo ple. That the people cannot, without a loss of their liberties, prosperity mid honor, submit to such a result ; and we, therefore, in the hope that the warning will be heeded, and tlie danger to our situations be peaceably averted, do solemnly warn the advocates of the plan, that it will not be submitted to. 3. Itmtlvetl, That Congress is not an omnipotent law-making power. That tlie Constitution provides that 110 bill shall be come a law without the approval of the President, unless It be passed by two-thirds of each House of Congress. That one of the objects of the present so-called Con gress In excluding States from representa tion, is to pass bills by a two-thirds vote whicli, were all thu States represented, could not so pass; and thus to virtually abolish the constitutional ' provision afore said. That It this precedent bo acquiesced In, there will he nothing to prevent a bare majority of Congress, at. any time in tlie future, from nullifying tho constitutional veto of the President and usurping uncon trolled legislative power, by an exclusion of tlie minority from their seats. That the exclusion, of even In a single State, might give tills control, and a pre- i text for such an exclusion would not be I wanting to an unscrupulous und revolu ! tionary party. I 4. Renttvl, That the people, nndespecl i ally those of the agricultural States, hnve ; suffered too long the exactiousof high pro I tectlve tariffs, nud ns the representatives of 1 of 1111 agricultural nml laboring population, 1 we demand that their substance shall no , longer be extorted from them la order to 1 All the pockets of Eastern monopolists. 6. Uetulofd, That unequal taxation Is contrary to the first principles of justlc and sU iUy, sail w wl p r Governments, Federal and State, to use all necessary Constitutional means to remedy this evil. . limnlreil. That the ltatllrnl majority in the so-enlled Congress have proved them selves to bo In lavor of Negro Suffrage by iitrcinif 11 niHtn me neon c 01 irtfl u strict of Columbia against their almost unani mous wish, solemnly expressed at Hip polls, by forcing It niton the people of nil tlie 'lcrrltorit. and by their various devices to coerce the people of the South to adopt It; that wo are. opposed to Negro Suffrage, be lieving It would be productive of evil to both whites and blacks, and tend to pro duce a disastrous conflict of races. 7. llemlvnl. That for nil their efforts to uphold the Constitution we tender to the President and to the majority of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States our hearty thanks. 8. llfiilvtd. Thnt we are In favor of n Democratic, Convention of delegates from all Hie State, to be held at such time mid place as may be agreed upon, nud that the State Central Committee be authorized to concur w ith oilier proper committees In llxing time anil place, and that we prefer Louisville, Ky as the place. (. Urtolvnl, That the Democratic news papers of Ohio deserve our earnest ami llb ei ul support, anil that an earl v nnd Ihoroiiirh organization of the party Is Indispensable. Special Notices. TIIK jniNKH AHI.KS, MIHdl'lllKIl AND l;NI'OIITl!NATK VOI'Nd MKN. Knnnvaof Warnlnf nnd Inntrurtlon Venn; Men win. hatro mIiiisihI tlieir li) s lel uou ers, tr n untcil I heir iilmtiini e in riotous living, ami ralUta victims tnilioiip, with Ituirt on tlio llowAnl treatment ami cure. Sent in ttcnJcfi lett;r envelopes, free ol' clturge. AfMretts llr J --K1I.I.1N iiDUCIITOV, llavvar.l Assw la ties, l'hllaileltlil, !. Jnlliu:ltn A Cough, A Cold, jor A Sore Throat, ItRqi'lilKS IM.MKDIATK ATTK.N- IION, ANOSIIOUI.O UKCIIKCKKI). IP ALLOWED TO COMTIXU. Irritation of the l.nuge.a Permanent Throat Dleea.se, or I on. tinsptlon IS OKTKN THK KKSVLT. BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having a lireetlnlhionceti the parts. OIVK IM.MKDIATK RKI.IKK. For Bronchitis, AthDiit, tttrrbt Con sumptive and Throat UUfaHea, Troches are uwl with ulwayf tfootl iiicci's. MLNUKIti AND VUIiMC M'EAKKKS will Und 7V0c4jj unufulin clearing the voicf whun taken before Singing or Rpoaking, ami ruliuviiiK tho throutf filter an unusual exertion of thu vocal organs. Th TrttrM aro n'comnieiuleil and pre. scribed hy Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men throughout the country, lleing an article of true merit, and having proved their otticacy hy a test of many years, each year flnds them hi new localities in various narU of the world, and tho 'Frocks uiv universally pronounced better than other articles. 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Morris llonqo. on Hi.t.iitiluv Aopt.15: Oct. 40; Nov. itt; huc.S'j; Vob.ii March y: April 13; May IB; .luiu-yj. id amu at cne iepoi mating iiouf.nn Thurv- iaVB. Ht'lit- IS: Oct. IB: NOV. i3 : IlfC. S7 ; Jam. HI- March 1: April 11 ; May 10; .J limp 'in. Ill M'KLVir IKL1 ut the Will in llmim. n Thursday!. Kept. 1M); Oct. S6; Nov.S; Jan, 3; Feb. , mnun -iiirii m; iiniy lllliozr. lr. t 'ON K lias had olllr.es in each of the above places, that he has regularly visited tor the pnt seven years, and as he in it treated and cured many raueiUH, in earn or rne uimjvo places, he can give the best of relcrences in each place m to bin ale ill. Or. ( ONK 1 reals and Cures all varieties of Chronic diseases, including those of the Kve and Kar; makes no charsre fur eintultation "but. if tbote wlio consult biindesiretreutmeiil,hebargeB Cah for his Medicineb. Medicines that will lasta pationtrrom four to six months, cost from Five t Thirtv dollars, in Cat.li Address: Ir. K.CONK, COI.UMII HH, OHIO. oc90-dly Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia Is the most popular JIAIK KKSTORATIVK of the day. It 1 cleaner, more richly iMirfumed, and is warranted to restore gray hair to its natural color; stop its coming off; remove dandruff front the scalp, and prevent baldness. I tend the follow ing home testimony : CKRTIK1CATR. The following Is to ccrt fv that T have used KINti'S VKUK'f AliLK AMItltOSlA for the past six month, and I have found In it all that is claimed for it to perform. My head has been near Iv bald tor several years will be tafi in HiLvimrt'nr six years, at least and bv adhering to the direc tions in the t se of the AM Bltosl A, I am proud to Mty iiiui i imw nave n line growm oi neaiuty nair, whilst all other restoratives have failed. lean also testify a to its qualities in restuiing gray hair to its original color, having seen it tested by my moht intimaio friends. I know It to be supe rior to all other restoratives. What ! do know, I know Irom experience. In reference to Its proper ties, and would recommeud it to all as being the best article In market. WM.Al. IIIl'l'AUh. Day ton. Ohio, August 84, im. K. .M. Trims A CO., Prop's, IV-terboro, N.JI. Knrsale by all Oruggibtsln Dayton, and every where. lr. W. W, MTF.WAHT, atr!ndav3m Wholes ale Agent, liayton, O. Mrs. WINSL0V7, n experienced Nurse and Female IMiysician, Present to the A Unit inn of Mother hr SOOTHING SYRUP 1 For Children Teething, Which greatly facilitates the process of teething, bytmfteuing the guius.rednciugall inflammations, will allay ALL PAIN ami spasmodic action, andis Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon it. mothers, it w ill giv rest to your helves and Relief and Health to Tour Infant i. We hava put up and sold this article for over ttU years, and can bay in conkiuknck amu thuth of it whatwe have never been able to sayof any other medicine nkvkh hah it failkd in ahinulj. in htancx to KrpxcT A otiHB, when timely used Never did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used It. On the contrary, all are delighted with iU operations, and speak in terms o commendation of its magical effects and medl cal virtues. We speak in this matter "wu at Wk do inow," after DO years'experlencet and PLtm.lt Ol'R KKPl'TATION FOB TIIK F(' Lr 1LLM 1 NT O r WHAT wk Pkci.ahk. In almost every intani where the Infant is suffering from patu and exhaustion, re lief will be found In fifteen or twenty mitiutei, after the svrup is aduiinitured. Kull directions for using will aocompanv each bottle. None Kcnnine unlesi the lau-slntllo of . V ii 1 IS & I'ttitKlNS, .Nuw iork,ls on the outside wrupper. bold by all rruKHtts throughout the world. 1 if PRICE. 0HIY 35 CIS PBR BOTTLE, ajMsuswest. . f AGUA BE MAGNOLIA. A toilet delight. Superior to any Cologne, used to bathe the far and person, to rentier the frkiu Mia and fresh, lo allay Inflammation, to perfume thitw fur h.'.nliu ho A-n. It Is manufacttned from the rich routhern Magnolia, and Is obtain ing a patronage fjnlte unprecedented it is a ta-r..-itM with Brtn-ftses and onera singers. It Is sold by all dealers, at fl.OOin large bottles, and by OkM AS It ARNKS A I ., lom, ri-irsuir A gents. NaratORA Msrlnff Wntrr, sold by 1 Druggists. "Jes' so t" "KKactly i-iolon Shingle said ;they were Ihsro very time." If he felt "o ley " in theiaorning. lis took Plantation Hitters; if be felt weary at night, )i took J'lantation Hitlers; il he lacked iipp'-tltc, was weak, languid, or mentally oppressed, hu took Plantation Hitters ; and they auver failed t set him on his pius squaro and Arm. Few persons want arty better authority; but us seine ssay, Just rad th following : " I vt usuch to yu, for I ver lly beliwve tb IMantatina IlitUrs have saved my hie. UUY.'VT. U. VrAUoNbK,Madrii, N. Y." . I have been a gre.it suffwrcr from Diisia, aud bud to abundon preachiug. Tia PUaUtioy bitters kave ourad taa. RKT. A. MILLWOOD, New Ysrk City. I had lost all appetita was so weak aud ttnervutud 1 ould hardly walk, and hud a perfect Ureud af so:iaty. The PlaataUaa Bittern have set me all right. J A. UK IJKIM1NW AY, tt. I-ouis, Ma. Tba l'lanlation Bitters have cured mi t I derangement oi the Kidneys and Urinary Organs, la at dibtrekked me lor years They act like a charm. C. C. MOOltK.aw Broadway, New York. Mrs. O. M. DKVOK, manager mt tho Cnion Home School far Soldiers' Childrca, says she "has given It to the weak and Invalid children under her charge, with the most happy and gratifying results." We hava received over a hundred reams of such certificates, but ut advertisement Is so ef fect ivo us what people t hemselves say of a good article. Ourfortune andourrcputalionlsat stake. The orinal quality und high character of these goods will be sustained under every and all cir cumstances. They havo already obtained a sale in every town, village, parish und hamlet among eivllUed nations. Base imitators try to come as near our name and style as they can, aud because a good article can not be sold us low as a poor one, they ilntl some support from parties who do not care whut they sell. Be on your guard, bee our private stamp over the cork. J. II. DKAKK A CO., New York City Suratogis, Nprinff Witter sold by ull Druggists. 0VKR A MILLION DOLLARS SAVED! Gentlemen : "I hud a uepro man worth 1,200 wlu took cold from a bad hurt In the leg, and was useless for over a year. 1 had used everything 1 'ould hear of without Ireuetlt, until I tried the Me x .'un Mustang Liniment. It soon eiVccted a perma nent cure." J. L. DOWNING. Montgomery, Ala., June If, .Wit. ' I take pleasure in recommending the Mexican Mustang Liniment as u valuable and indispensable article for Sprains, Sores, Scratches or Calls on Homes. Our men havo used it fur Burns, Bruges, Sores, Rheumatism, &c, und all say It acts like magic." J. W. HEWITT. Foreman for American, Wells, Fargo's nod Ilttrn den's Express. "The sprain of my daughter's unkle, occasioned while skating last winter, was entirelvjcured in one week, alter she commeucad using your celebrated Mustang Lloiment. ED. bEfcXY." Uluucester, Mass.. Aug. 1, 1805. It Is an admitted fact that the Mexican Mustang Liniment perforins more cures In shorter time, on man and beast, than auy article ever discovered. Families, livery-men and planters should always have it on baud. Quick and snre it certainly is. All genuine is wrapped in steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of(i. W. West brook, Chemist, and theprrfeafs V. . stamp ul Dkua.8 UiKStrt ,t Co. over the top. An effort has been made to counterfeit it with u Ohenp stona plate label. Zook elotelyt Saratoga Spring W ate r-nuld by all Drug gists, Who would not be beautiful? Who would not add to their betyity? What gives that marble pur ity and ditinffU0 appearance we observe upon the stage, and In the city belle? It Is no longer a se cret. They use 1 lagan's Magnolia Halm. Its con tinued ue removes tan. freckles, pimples and roughness, from the face and hunds, and leaves the complexion smooth, transparent, blooming and ravishing. Unlike raa.iy cosmetics, it contains no material Injurious to tlie skin. Any Druggist will order it for you-if not on hand, ul Wets, per bottle W. MT HAG AN, Trov, N. T., Itiemist. DEMA9 BARNES & CO., Wholesale Agents. K". T. Saratoga Mprlng- V,ter9 sold by all IrugglMts. It lb a most delightful Hair Pressing. It eradicates ncurf und dandrulf. It keeps the head cool ami clean. It makes the hair rich, no it anil glossy. It prevents hair turning gray and falling off. It restores hair upon prematurely bald hcab. This is Just what Lyon's Katbuiron will do. It is pretty it is cheap durable. It U literally sold by thecar-load, and yet Its almost incredible demand Is daily increasing, until there is hardly u. country store that docs not keop it, or u family that duet not use It. K. TIIOM AS LYON, ChomM. X. Y. Maratoffis, Spring Witter old by all DruggUU. Hehnstecet'a Inimitable JIair t'oloriitg in not a dye. All Instantaneous dyes are composed o) tu nar muatic, and more or less destroy the vitality and beauty of the bair. This is the original Hair Coloring, and has been growing In favor over twenty years. It restores gray hair to Its original color by gradual absorption. In a most remurka bio mauner. It is also u beautiful hair dressing. Sold in two sixes 40 cunts and fl by all dealers. (J. HK1MST RKK'P, Chemist, HstcsitoK Vr.nir Water sold by all Druggists Lyon's fciTUAOTor Pi bi Jamaica (iiNouit For Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Hick Headache, Cholera Morbas, ITIatuteucy, Ac, where a warm ing stimulant is required. Its careful preparation and entire purity makes it a eheapand reliable ar ticle for culinary.purposes. Hold every where, ut M els., per bottle. Ask lur-'LYUH V l'ur tract Take no other. Saratoga Mpvftsae; t('atrv sold by all Datangliw. M.eowly. Special Notices. Medical. ITS EFFECT IS IWIUACtll-OllS. Ths old, the young, tho middle gcd nnita to pral HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It I, an entirely new (dentine discovery, comliinin many of the most powerful and restorative agents in the vtgetnblc kinjihm. We hnve such confidence In its merits, end are so sure it will do all wo claim for It, thnt we oflor 1,000 Rownril If the SinuAH Haib PsNKwan does not give sat isfaction in all case when used ia strist accord aiice witk oar iustractiout. Vegetable Sicilian Jlalr Ilencwe, ha proved Itself to he the most perfect prcparat'nr for the Uair ever offered to the public. It l a venetnble compound, and contains o Injurious properties whutever. It Is not a Dye. it strikes at the Iloots and fills the glands with now life and coloring matter. IT WILL XESTOItK OJtAT IJAM TO ITS QB1QINAI, tOLOR. It wilt keep the llatr from falling out. Jt cleanse the Senlp, and mnttr the llatr SOrT, LfSTIlOl S, jlSI HILKEIf IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No person, old or young should f:il to use it. It it rteommrnHnl and used by the FJltST Mt.lt 1CAL AUTHORITY. Ask for Hall's Vegetable" Sicilian Haib Bhnkwkb, and tuke no other. The Proprietors offer the Sicilian IUm Rk mbwer to the public, entirely ecrident '.int it will brini hack the hair to its original "dor, promote in growth, and In nearly all cases There it hns fallen off will restore it unless the i-eon is very ngel. It. P. HALL & CO. Proprietor, flathua, tf. B. y Sold by all Druggists. Special Notices. Medical. Miscellaneous. Hat, Cap, and Fur btcrt LEBOLD & LAZARUS, UNTO. 79 Js.lJ 1 1ST STREET, (UihUt IMiillips Utilise.) Havo the II next stock of Kl 't.M'KAN at tl A ML I. iCVJS l AI'f.ii, Victorincs, Gents' Fur Colla; iMiiilSjGlloveS;, &c. No bctU'i' block j.i tiie city, and PRICES AS LOW AS IHE LOWEST Thu ONLY iilnre in this oily w liciT 1 ! I:S :i i f Diimiit'vitturu.l toonh'r. niihil.Siu HEW ESTj Bllfc Blil NT J. F. Lentz & Eon, I'nitt d llrttiirtu lini(Sii;, Northeast Corner Main anil J itui th, DAYTON, OH 30, Manufacturers and dcuki i n BOOTS AND 8HCEf. Of every Ut'crii-tlon. They alwiys keep on bund, ol their own nun i failure, ami the hi-M ale work.ulaiue at-Mo tint n of It io tei. biiot's, Oaitcrs, blipput s, etc.. lor luOU misses, nteu and buys v ear, und at prin s to mi customers. J.epairiiiK done at hort notice and durably. Thev will give satibiuctioii to tliuir cuKtnii.iT OJid tho p-i I die. all hWkII I KEEIMJOOL. WK w ish, by this m fans, to inform tlie public, that we huve ut J. K. Kdur's Oio vry , Main stivet, and at J. Ubliugcr'H, Hilton Jtuililing, Jt i ierson street, a Filterer and Cooler, Combined And we say unhesitatingly und nd isidlv, that it it. the tuily article of the clati v bich littk cmt ht-ri oil tied to tlte public that tn everyway illlt our expectation. We sell it at a moderate in ire. It will run for years without tutu lung. M lieu m c esttury, eau be re-packed in tm-uly iuiuulcr. Every Family, Store, Manufactory, Hotel, &c., should have one. The Filthiest Water in the World will pass through it, Aud come out Icy cool and clear i& timber. JlcMdcK its filtering properties, it purillet.. It is a Yscll-kuown luct thnt linn- aini otlit r uiinertiU in Water arc injurious In health, and when the lu.l crauuslaat in our niidht, tluisc w bt drank u water were leos liable tola- attacketi and iodic ii this scourge ul man thuu tlioc uhousetl the ic pure waters. The tilteiiug materials umm) in this patent nr rungeiueiit (paienied by liT & 1101.1.N.) me white sand, animal and vegetable charcoal, Ac, and are ho combined at to do their duty porleeiiy fc1' 'or sale in any quantities (one or inuic) by HLSl' A: IKtSilS-'.f aul4dtf iJA TON , ull 10, C. W. LOWE, WUoleuleand retail Trunk Manufactory, Has removed to NO. i4HU Til I UI STJtKKT DAYTON, (ill. IAD IKS' Truv ling Ti unkh. (itiillt tm n Ti;.v j cling Trunk, ulise and iiut liiig lint f, tiiunct Itoxeo, etc , of bctu-r mauuiactuic a.-u lower price than they can be tin in ,u emnuti or elte here. Work warranted. mattuly Rid Yourself of a Nuisance. T INTKU months ulloid to the diherett lioitot 11 witu the proper oppoitumtv, it the bi nniiu have been cntele.-, to rid lliu pit mist-h ol utt rtr min. 1 am niHnithH'iuring my uitullihie luttrotr, wbo b is wurruiited stipeiiorto aiotbiiig tDuoL in lhik line. V tor sale to Drugghd, peddlers and eounuy merchants, by doxen or giobs. ItKST MAli'JS, Jal&dlut No. l(fl JtitTeisou street. Day ton Obi Who Wants Bargains. M at 1 A K T I N BOWL K It (i K 1(. 1: K A I. LTATU AOKNT. DA l OS. OHIO, ban lor ,i... Twenty iloukcs aud Lots ruuging iioui tnA) 10 $5,10. Alti six Vurnis three in Durkc, toiu Alont gomery. und one in Van ei t (. utility. 'i bu umlersiguetl can aluays he found at the Ohio himruuco (Jilice, when uut out on butucft, or at tlie l'ot Oilice t oi nci . Ituyb ami ftullftprupcrly. Temik liberal aprlU-U Cards and bill iikads- atlr fiu94 at the, KM I'll; I, teauieU Boom