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KIUIKII AXI ri'III.IPIIH HIT ROBINSON & SIIEWARD Office, 110 Main it., bet. 3d and Matket 1A YT N. OHIO, - Mon&ay, .March 25, 1867 The National Debt—Who is Responsible for it ? Atioitt a (Hiii) n ileoB of IiiiiuiIi iii e in we liuvn aoeti lnlelv. win mi Item III the Join - mil tltfl other morning cliaiffliiC that the lieiiioerKtlc jinrty wn resN.iisilili' for the (iionuoiK, nul-ernlilii)f. tiiieiuleon ewliitlli', 111 tlio rtinpe of Nutloniil ittlit. heapi il iivui the American )H'tlv ly the Abolition tlilnvi' ami ri,iipiniiir. iliirinu; llif past live or nix yenn. The Democratic party ri-jpom-ihl", for Mmlli. (Jo k Mr. IUM, -lmli limn of n Itntnp InveMlKiitltiK committee read one report alone of that committee of eleven hundred ami nine pajicn the MiKinkthy run in which the 'lute l;iim litt d." the IIi.aikm, the I'kkmomh, linil other fljfiiretl coiiKplinoimlT, as to who is ri"Hiiillilc. (io itk (icn. Hanks. t'-e (front -Kilii-I t'oin inlsiiry," KO-callcd, woo I reonllile. tioak Ilf Itri'l.ni. vtholnia n world-wiile reputation ax one of t'ue innt mt ee-sliil .in opi ratorK of the "loyal" family, tin auk Mjuu.n Camkhun, who It wan took two million dollur at one jjrau from ;lie l ulled State Treiiiirv. without nuHiorily of law. f!o nk ll'C tlinii!inil of tlilovcs who pocketii1 their tlioiiands ol'onr I'mlr Saiii itel'a trvu.urc. (io 11A the Knnipcn al Wa.liliitrtivi, even now iHnketln their thmisand of the' people' inonev, while lliey ate attempting; to fi-teii iihiii a flee eopl(' a military dc-potiii thai will re (pilro inllllon more to put in operation mid aiiKtnin. tin nk your rreeduieii's l!u rtnii. and the stay-at-hoinc .n;-ti lots, a. id. no ilotibU tliry v. Ill all ihimvim' at you do. and say that the Iieinocratic parly Is re uponslhlc for nil and every riirf that lia come iihiii the country the war tin w holesale .lcallULr and w i in" t ' the IihiijtIii of Innocint women t'le nittr- der of innocent men the oevastallou of country the great wicrlllcc of 111:', ami the eiioriuotis dclit follow Inf.' In the w ake of all. to oat up the xuhslancr nnd cruli out the llhf rtie of a once tree people. Hut i'' iliey do auiiwer as you .lo. tliat the Iieinocratic party Is responsible--they lie- wickedly, maliciously If. Thad. Stevens' Confiscation Bill. No eudi monstrous outrage no such villainous robbery, was ever piopied for any people, in Mitel or cliri-tian, as that proposed lu TiiaI). Si KVt.Ns' ( onliscatiou Rill for despoiling the eoplc of tin' Month of their piihlie anil pi 'vate property. It I ihe ino-t sweeping, ilrvilNli. iiiiiliyjinutl scheme lor the despoiling of a people ever put tinni reconl, by any of the "loyal" I ribc of either ancient or modern days. After lir-l striking at the public properly of the Slide, it provides for the seizure of nil I lie estate and property, uioiu y stock, credit anil other cllcct of all ht-oiis riln il in I he Act of July, 1112. leaving nothing for Hiibsistenec, or uiou whirlilo lound a nope lor the future literally robbing a man of everything and driving liiniM-ll' and his family out of their homes to go fori h as beggars. This Devil may well ipiake w ith tear whenever Thau. Sikvk.v-. lakes sick, tor well he knows that a man w ho could conceive nwl attempt to faten upon a peo ple such an infamous measure as Thau. SiKVK.xa' Confiscation Hill, is nioreeutiilcd to ni'tliirl .Magistrate of lid! than the Devil himsell. Tual. Stkvk.ns, as he stands, we iua ay, with one loot in the grave, is. In Hie languajfe ofthe "late lamenieil." "m iking history." and leaving, in this hill, an In fantilis hcir-lonm to posterity ere he lay down the casket w bicli now contain- only the remnants of w hat might have been a man, had not the Devil and the life Si t: i- s has led, made It otherw i-e. I.el Satan look to his laurels w hen Tiiai. vi-ils his king dom. Ills cmtircly titling that such an infamous life should have an infamous end. Cotton Accounted For. A correspondent of a Northern paper writing from Columbus, Missis, pp-,, gives thu following account of the manner in which cotton captured from the confeder ates tow arils the close of the war w as some tllinis accounted for. tic says : "There were four thousand bales ol cot ton captured from the confederate, here in store, guarded by federal troops. After It was nearly alt Htolen liv olllcera in coin- niauil, ami Hold on private account. Hi warehouse or cotton shed w ere tired ; Hi conon was reporteit nurneil, anil the ac count was closed by the usual entry in ab stract "I." (Iiiiss account.) This was a favorite way of accounting fortiovernment property, and enriched many a thief in blue who can truly any that loyalty and patriot ism paid him well." New Movement. llin l-ittsburgh, Peunsylvau-ii, l'nt i laliiiii to have liiforinatlou that secret or ganizations ure bci'ig ell'ected Li thu west ern portioimof Pennsylvania, tint object of which U to diviiln the State, separating the enstern from the western portion. Tne movement has gained force from the infi delity of Governor (Ikahy and others to the interest ofthe western portion of tlie State: chiefly in connection with it" railroad con-nectioiia. CWThe political trimmer who claim to be ltadicals, and at th -ainc tiun-. profess ! be devoted followers of Mr. Lincoln do not cherish his faith. In his message in II r. I.itc-oi.n said : "The RIGHT of each State to order and rontrol its own domestic iiistiiutii us tic cordingto it own iudgeiiient KXt'Ll' SIVELY, is KSSKN'tlAl. totliH balance of pewer. on w hieli the perfection and K Dl 1AN(:K of our political fabric di penda." Those who were oncethe supportersof Mr. Lincoln, now say, '-if those State do not Mailt Negro .Suffrage," we will cram ilowu their thrimts;and that is w hat Is iin dcratooil to be "Itiijntty," Just now . iiinong lhe"liiltliful." tjrWe ace it i.tated that the so-culled National Democratic Executive ( ointiilttce, met at the house of Its chairman, A. I!kl MONT, and resolved that it was inexpedient to eull ft National Democratic. Convention this year. Jirqitutiat iiiy.me to thu Com mittee, and hurrah (or the Democratic Convention lit Louisville, Ky on the 7th of My uet. Removal of the President. The tdti-Niirrry Afflmiinl ieakinr rC Thau. STkVksn military bill for Mibvcrt- l,,.f Dm ifovernineni 01 the Southern courtlier It the lient s-.j,tes. vs : thli'iryet olVered." ' The first tep. tlieretore. iiiiiisprniiuc and i.rellmlnat v to nil other. i to remove tin- rebel who Is envainHil ill the hltc lions'." And the miserable Hiimper at Tahlng ;oo, i ry amen! and yet, while they nnc tion and opplanil, lire afraid to act. Why do they besiiale lo do the bidding of their Abolition niHur! Why do they not remove Mr. Joiinhon. either by lmicnch ingor deposliiK him f Let lis have no longer delay. Let the coimplralor do their work at once or stop their gabbling. We challenge the Hnmpem to try It on. Let us ascertain without further delay whether the American opU' arc more titled, to be .slaves than Ireemen. National Democratic Convention. THURMAN HALL COLUMBUS, March 20, 1867. At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Comnilttee held to-day. the follow ing resolution were adopted : 1. ,: iml'vil. that In the opinion of this committee a DcmiHiatlc Convention of deb gales lioin all theSatc shoiibl be held this vear. not later than the 1 1 la day ol .Inlv'. and Louisville. Kentucky, Is tin most eligible place for holding tlie same, as yet, in our opinion, Mav Till is too rally a day I'of the a emitting thereof. Nevertheless il the other Slates concur in that day and appoint delegates, our Kxecntive Commit lee shall prov idc lor the selection ot dele gales from t hio. t. l;. ;h;;t. That the Chairman of this coininiitec eoininuiiicalc the aliove resolu tion lo llieCcntraU ouimittcc of the sev eral States, ami to the ( halriuaii oft lie na tional oltilllittce. JOHN G. THOMPSON. Ch'n. C. J. BEAM, Sec'y. Eccentric Prayer. In a work entitled "Kngll-h Kceentrlcl tics." recently luiblished in London, tuny he found the follow log extempore prayer attributed by the author to a certain Mr. Yaui : "Lord, Thou knowest that I possess nine houcs in tlx- city of London, mid that I have recently bonghtan estate ill the coun ty of Kssix, Preserve, then-lore, I pray Thee, tlic two counties of Middlesex and K-si limn tin s and earthquakes, and a I have an hypotl ated estate 111 Hertford shire, look also in compassion on that county; as to the other nrlions of the count rv, do as Thou w ilt. Lord, consoli date the K"Val Hank that it may honor its notes. Lei all my dbtors be or become honest men. (iivca prosperous and speedy passage lo tlie sloop Mermaid, for tin- In surance of which I am responsible. Pre serve me Iroiii rotiiM-rlcH anil uriganits. Make all my servanls faithful and devoted, that they may watch over mv interests and relax not their diligence by ilav or by night." - "Will Mr. Johnson Perjure Himself." The New York Ity Hunk very perti nently a-ks this ipie-tiou, and with Mr. Iiiiinsiix rests tlie niiswer. If he execute the military uhiigatimi bill, lately passed ovci his veto, which he objected to on ac count of Ui uucouslilutiouality. and suffer-that Constitution, which he has sworn to preserve and protect, to be trampled under foot by an illegal body of men call ing themselves a 'ougress, and thus robs a free people of their right and liberties, and States of their soverelgntv.vvill he have per illed himself or not? "Will Mr. Johnson Perjure Himself." Groceries. It l. HI'kiK W W. WtHUm 4I11 TJ.WKAXLKT McKEE, WOODWARD & WEAKLEY, 'SiU-rl-rOPH Id Wt'tt.llUUII, HlllitU tt i '.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS ANI HKA1 KIIS IN Fort ign and Domestic Liquors n. Tiain )., peril IIuIIUIiik, SI DfVYTON, OHIO. IH-lillcrs of lliiiii-lsiii, lte, ioi. I turn . 1 cpt'i' Saii'ltisWy, l iliiu. iioltitnwly w l.i-k J. B. CILBERT & CO.. WIIIII.KSAI.K UKAI.Klia I.N Groceries and Liquors, M IH. "il AM) IH .IKKKKItSDM SITIIKKT, lll'PO- sl I K MAItKKTIIUlISK M4 lll.ll KVI'.S.MADK N KW',4i,7v. without Ituliir mr mttlwtnrt. S-CIlt, lllHt-IUIll. mi rec,-lif itf ten riml. Ir K H. KIlllTK, tiauBiiuiilway. N. V. COMKOHT AM) .Sent ill Bflilivl 4)11- vtl((Hi nn rtcttit of tCll ITIllM. AllOl DHH lr. K. It- KoOTK, '4llllUMIIt HtMlril', M iiK.intwuv s. r. THE MERCHANTS IMON EXPHESS t()M. M. CAPITAL., - - $20,000,000. . Owned and Oparatod by Our Merchants and Manufacturers, Carries by Evpreaii, Money, Valuables', Freight & Parcels, Over more than 13,000 miles of Express Line, And to ii i re thun FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES, And through them to More than 4,000 Cities and Towns, At Just and Liberal Hilton, Based on DISTAN0E and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending, AlfD will Kn xcM thM rim j Ihi th Auuriuau ua U . s(i m Cu'i. Over $100,000 per month Ar now mtJ to F.ipiwn ahtpprt by thli Cum Miir. ml tUia mvuiii enn b iulu iwrtnunvnl ty uuittiDUtnit tlie mm liWinl jwitrunK0 Ititlu'itu kv u 11. ts(MTiiiK uiurM our uowt, uud umf tut 4 at tbat w uuty rly unu lit public oouttiru. ai4 u)wri, wlut4 w hup tu mJil n)wV. Ottlce, No. 68 Jefferson Street, U. IS, lbST-tta M. SITI1XU. Agent. mmMM:: V 1 , f a 1 s, 1 H': STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE PLATFORM ADOPTED. JANUARY 8th, A. D. 1867. RESOLUTIONS. 1. R'tilttJ, Thnt the Ix-iiKxroer of Ohio stendliistly ndbere to the pr'.nolulen of the purty luenitoitiKlitl by the fmhers nnd nt prove.1 by exiieripiiee; thnt In iiororiliuice with these rini'ilea we deelnre that the reilcrM (loveriinieiit Is it Koveriinient of limited H.wen, nnd lht It pits.,.,,,., Iin K) ers but nch (is nre ex pressly, or by necesmiry liiiplii-Htinn doleiriued to it in the Ki-di-nil ( onstilutioii ; thnt nllother powers ure reserved to tho Milieu or tho iM-ople: that strict construction ot tlin t.'otistitn tlon Is liidisix'iisnble to the preHcrvation of the reserved rights of the Mtntes and the eiple; that nil pnuits or twer to (.o em inent, whether State or Federal, should be strictly eotistriied. because all such jrrtuits abridge the natural rights of men ; that the preservation of the eiiiiilitv ami rights of nir . -lines aim me ritfiHK ol tfte e,..lc Is necessary to the preservation of the I'lilon; thnt the Vederal (ioverniiii-iit Ik untitled to legislate for or adnil ulster the local concerns ol the States; that it Would be monstrous that the local nir.ilrs oft ho should be regu lated by a KedcralConvrresslii which she bus but two Senators, and the New Knjdaiul States, with hut a little (fpoater population, have twelve ; that the tendency ot the Fed eral Government U to Usurp tho reserved rlishu of the States and of the ioope ; and that, therefore, a eeiitrali.Hlion of kiit in Us hands Is an ever pemltng ihinfi-r. That such an al irptlnn ol pow er would, while It lasted, be destructive of the liherllcs and Interesfa of the Nstple, nnd would end either in desMttiin or a destruction (,f the Union ; that a N ational debt, besides lin poverishbiK tlie nstple, fosters an undue Increase of the powers of the Federal Gov ernment ; that fiiitli protective tariffs have a like eftcct, sue rilh'inir the Inten-sts of thu many for the emoluments of Die tew. and plainly violating thu equity and spirit of the Constitution; that tho collection and disbursement of enormous revenues by the Federal Government hlivil tho same ten. deney. beside corrupting tlie Government, and that, therefore, economy is essential iioisiuiy io me prosperity, out iilno to the lilu,ti..rf i.t ll..t i..,,.l.. !... I ...... v.. ... , .... j,,,- iiii,i.iiii-iiiiii lax- atlon U a plain violation of Justice, ot which nnuovcriiim-ni van stilely bo guilty. That to each Suite belongs the right to determine the fiuallllcatioii of Its electors. and all attempts to impair this right, either by Congressional legislation or Constitu tional amendment, are unw ise and despot ic; that the tendency of power is to steal from the many to the few, and that, there fore, "eternal vigilance is the price of lib erty ; that the tendency of government is to enlarge us authority by Usurpation, ami therefore government nocils to bo watched ; that another of Its tendencies Is lo govern too much uiineces.sarily and vexaliously Interfering with the business and habits of the H-oph-; that the freedom ol speech and of the press Is essential to the existence of liberty : that no person not In the military or naval service, or in the bounds where martial law legitimately prevails, ean law fully be deprived of lite, liberty or iironer- tv, w ithout due process of civil law; that the courts should alw ays be open for the i'i.iI ri.sa itf irrit.e.iiii.i.u . tln.t it.,......- ... ...... . ,..,.. byjir.i jiii m law should he made; that the right of the people to peaceaoiy iisst-nniie and consult upon public nllairs Is Inviolable ; that the military should be held in due subjection to the civil power: that while the major It v. as ii-eserlboil hv the Constitution, leiv,. the right to govern, the minority have In defeasible rights ; and that, a freoucnt re currence to llrsl principles is essential to tne weiinre ot tne state anil the people, 2, liemilvetl. That the States lately in re bellion are States In the I'lilon, and have been recoifiilzcd as such by every ilcpart- nieiiL oi tue i.ovcrnincnt, anil by 1'icsl dont Mnciiln, who. In the midst ofthe War. Invited them to elect members of Congress; by l'resident Johnson, hi various prncla niatlons and olllclal acts; by Congress, which permitted Andrew Johnson to sit lu the Senate as u Senator from Tennessee, and members from Virginia, Tennessee and Louisiana to nit In the House ol'ltepre sentatlves after these States had seceded, and while the war w as being carried on, and which further recognized them as States in the Union by tho Congressional apportionment net providing for their due representation In Congress; br various lax laws, and especially by the direct tax; by thu resolutions submitting amendments to the Constitution for their approval, and by various other Hds and resolutions im parting the same recognition ; ull of which were passed since the iittninpted si ssion of those .States, by the Jndieiury of the United States, which holds Federal Courts in all those States, mid especially by the Supreme Court, which enter ains Jurisdic tion of eases coming from them, wldeh it could not do were they not in the Union. That being thus in the Union, they stand on an eipial tooting with their sister States States with unequal right being a thing u n known to the Constitution; that, by the express terms of the Constitution, each State Is entitled to have two Senators and a due proportion of lteprasentatlves in the Congress, anil to vote in all elections ol President and Vice-president ; that, though these rlKhts are subject to lnterruotion bv a state of civil war, they can not, In tliiieof peace, ne siispcniicii, iiiucii less destroyed, without u plain violation of the Constitu tion; that Congress has no nower to de prive a Statu of Its reserved riuhts. and reduce It to a Territorial condition; that mereiorn me exclusion, ny tliu so-called Congress, of all representation from ten States, the proposed exclusion of those States, from ull voice In the next Presiden tial election, thu threatened overthrow of tlielr state Governments and tho reduction ol their States to the condition of territor ies, are each and every one of them uncoil stitulioual, revolutionary and despotic measures, destructive not merely nt thr rights of those States, but also of thu l ights ot every other State lu the Union. That those measures are part ot a plan to nullity the Constitution, virtually overthrow the State Governments, to erect a consolidated despotism on their ruins; and to. establish and perpetuate n tyrannical rule of a minor ity over a majority of the American peo ple. That the people cannot, without a loss of their liberties, prosperity nnd honor, submit to such a result ; and we, therefore, In the hope that the warning will be heeded, and the danger to our situations be imuecubly averted, do solemnly warn the advocates of the plan, that It will not oe siimniiteu to. S. JitiiHilved, That, Congress Is not an omnipotent law-making Mwer. That the Constitution provides that no bill shall he roine a law without the approval ofthe President, unless It be passed hv two-thirds or eacti House or emigre). That one of tlieottects ot the present so-calhnl Con. grevs lu excluding States from representa tion, is to pass bills by a two-thirds vote which, were all the States renresentcd. could not so pass; and thus to virtually abolish the constitutional provision afore- l aatii. i liar ti this precedent tin acquiesced in, mere win oe uniuing 10 prevent a bare majority of Congress, at any time in the , future, from nullifying the constitutional veto of the President and Usui plug ttiieon ! trolled legislative power, by an exclusion I of the minority from their genu. That the exclusion, of .ven In a single .State, might give this control, and a pre text for such an exclusion would not be i wanting to an unscrupulous and ruvolu I tlonary party. 4. Knnh'etL That the neonle. andesneel ully those of the agricultural States, hare sitllered too long the exactionsof hiirh nro- tectlve tarifl's. and an the representatives of" oi an agricultural and laboring population, . we demand that their substance shall no longer be extorted from them la order to till the pocket of K astern monopolists. S. lietolvtU, That unequal taxation Is cuntrary to tin first principle wfjiutlc. ftaa1 ' p.Uay, art w m c Governments, Federal anil State, to use all necessary Constitutional meant to remedy this evil. ' 0. Kuohtil, That the Radical majority In the so-called Congress have proved them selves to lie in lavor of Megro Suflrage hj forcing It upon the -ople of the strict of (oliimbla against their almot iinnnl mmia wish, solemnly expressvdat the ihiIIs, by forcing It iiihui the people of all the Territories, anil by their various devices to coerce the peoplo of the Month to adopt It; that we are oppmeil to Negro Suflrago, be lieving It toouhl be productive of evil to both whiten and black, and tend to pro duce a disastrous con il let ,,f racea. 7. Jirtnlvrri. That lor all their cfTorbs to uphold the Constitution e tender to the President and to the innoritv ofthe Judges of the Supreme Court of the' United Stntet our hearty thanks. H. ltenjreil. That we are tu favor of a Democratic Convention of delegate from all the State, to beheld at such tittle and place as may be agreed upon, nnd thai the State Central Coiniuiltee be authorized to concur with other proper coininiitec in lixing time and place, and that we prefer Louisville. Kv us the place. Airr,i. itiatllio lleniitoriitlc news- p.i-r ot I mho deserve our earnest and lib eral supixirt, and that mi early ami thorough yrgaiiUalioii ofthe party Is" iuiHspensablu. RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. rim JtuKHitiii;,"' MUllt'lDKD AJtll tINKollll'NATH YOI NI) MKN. :Taof Waraini nnd Instrnrllon fr Young Ulen ulm ImTit nlmseit ihelr phys ical (lowers, ur n.ie.l Hirir ultniii i, hi rlelous llTltiK.uielUlleu rli-tlnii tioll.ease.-w Ith Ki'mrts un Dig ll,iwaril livsliiiiut an, I cure. Hont In culiit li.ll..,. nivflo,,, iv,,, of cturu,. A.l.lri-.. Hr.J.MKILI.I.N IIHLKHTOI, lUwanl Awtuia. Ua. Plilln,l,.lphl. f.. JwitbUwHra A Cough, A Cold, or A Sore Throat, HKlJt'IRIf IMMKIllaTK A ITKN- TION, ANDHIIIlt I I) IIKL'IIKCKICII. IP 1LLUWKU T9 COKTINVB, IrrllKllnnof lbl,utt(a,a Permanent 1'h rant nmtlon l OKTICN TIIR HKSULT, BKOWN'B BRONCHIAL TROCHES li vl tig atlrectiiinitititi'tlo the parts. OlVr. IMMKIIIATK KKI.1KF. For Bronrhllls, Anthtritt, Catarrh, Con sumptive anil Tbroat Illseasr, Trorhcsiirii iiil with Hhrsys koimI niii.uss. SIM. Kit AND I'll Ut.lt: srtvAKKKH will (lint 7VHlMuserulia rlesrlng the voice when taken hel'iir ,'in((llg ur Hiuakiii, and relieving the throat artnr an niiuniul eiurtluu itftlni vorul organs. 1 ho TVmiAm ant recointncniltiil unit irn. vrllwil by I'ti vsti ians, ami havu had testimonial!. from eminent men thronicliout thu country. Heing an article of true merit, nnd having pro tod their efficacy by a test of ninny years, each year flrnU litem In new tonalities In various purls of the world, ami tho 7VnMt arc universally proiioiinccit Itetter than other articles. (llttatn only '-llltDWN'S II KONCIII A I. Tlto- CIIKV ntut ilo not tnVo any of the WorlUw Imi ifloathnt may tin oflVroit. Unlit erery-whoreln the United Htates.and for- oIkii l 'mint rles, nt 35 cents per box. liottMwSiii k PKBH UK FOK TIIK IUI&KK IIIU. Flmlua "Muh IIIOMilni( 4'rrM. HhaIH "Kishi IIIiuinu riM. thnluhi ItlowMiiitat ('i-irii.1' thalnfat Nlyhl ltlMMii,itu 't'ru. A muA fminhlia. ilt'llt'HUt, i:t'tt l-'r c.M'it I'nrruiu, illtHi'lril fmui tli rnrti huJ Urn .iilut ttuwr ttum wliii-.fi il talma Its uittur. MrtiiiitHi-tnrciJ only by lIIAI.Or Ar NOfV, Wrw 1 rk. BKWAUK OK tUXtNTKHKKITM ASK KK IMIAI.ON'rt- I AKH NO O l'HKIt J y 11 M W Fa wro vr 1 y -4ft ) . MKIMCAI, OTICK. Mr. K. V. muy le rotiHultcd h rullnwi : lu l AY ION fit Ui Phillip. Iloiuc. (in Fri.ldVM. Sent 14: Oct. iy: Nuv !W: )vc.M: Kel.,1: Murrh H; April IS: M;iy 17 ; .1 tilitr 91. In TltoV Ht th Mtrri llouno, on SiUurtliin Mupt.lfl: Ort 0; Niv.M; Doo SrV; Kol.: Mttreh 1; April 13; M;ty U; -ItnicW. in aicno im)ht r.itiiDK inniiivtm Tniirs- lavi. rtt-Nt. lil: Ort. IH: Nov. IN: I Mr. JTJ Juti.Ul: Mitrt:!) 7 ; April 11 ; Mity 1; June -Hi. in Mi'iii xur i Mi nt tfiti wililii lloime, on ltnil-ii,l . Hupt. WO; Oft. B; .Nnv'.'W; .hlll.tt; Kill. uhiii 14 ; April in; ,iitv aj; .iiiut'i. Or. KINK huH hint nlllci'h In cm h of thi nhnrc iiIili'l'h. ttiilt h h;in rt'ifillrirl V TUIti'it fur tho hukL HMVt'ii yvmrm, mitl mm Ii hu- trtHtf Hml ourrl niHiiy I'aiivui". in nini ui inn iiiiuvu pitit'OH, uu run K'Vrl thf bt't of rerereiH Ch In itaclt plure to hi wkill. Or, (.(NK 'I'rrritt iwnl uit's all TjirU'litiH of Chronic iIIkoai'H, inrliplln thom t.f th Kv niul ! Kur; utitke no charffn fnr (Minmtltulion ; hut if ttiuM- who roiiHiilf hi tu 'hoiirvt rent uifiit.hoi: harden UjuIi t'ur hu Mvdlt'lnua. MvHlli'.lmt. thnt WiinHtttftnatifthtrrntn four to. Ik inonthit, t'oil from t-'ivr to Thirty itollttrti, in atth Adtlre.i: Or. K. 'ON K, COH MHTK, OHIO. OrSO-illy Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia In tho mast (inpiilar liAIU KKs Tolt ATI V K of Hut Ih.v. It. Ih ii"iiuer, moru richly jM-rlumeti, ami in wurruuttfil to ntoi-u gray fuilr to iU natural iulur; NLop iU voinlutfoCT; rfiiiove ilaixlriilY from tliem'ulp, ami prevent hahtucki. Ueail OtM follow ing homo ti'!l iinony : CKRT1KICATK. The ftillowtnV U to M'rt'fv thnt ! have unoil ItlNO'H VKl.M'Altl.rv AMllllOHlA for the pat nioiittih, anl 1 have louml in it ull that lit i-.hiiim-4 lor it topirfirnt. M v hial Ium Ihmu near ly huhl for nt vera I yt-ari v ill hv nfv iiiHi.yhiKfor 1 x yeiirs, at leiint-utMl hv alhiriug to thu iliroo tituijs in thf i hi' of tho AM HKOSI A, I am proud to nay that t ihhv liavu a Hntt growth of ht-alUiy hair, wlitUt all iithf r rt' ttorutiv' havu l'ttllott. 1 can ui so ti'tlliy an to lu iiiulitK-H lu rfntoring grav liuir to Hi original color, having wi il tfnU l hy niVinokl lutiuia'n li inuU. 1 know it to ho -npu-ror to all other ntorjitive. Whatldo know, know trout f xpcrii'm e, in rfff rt net to lt projif r tU', anil wwulil rf rouiimiu'l it to all a hring the hot article In tnurkcl. W M. M. II 1 1'l' A li i . t O.iytou, Ohio, A u nut 44, 1HM. K. M Tl IlllS X CO.,rrop'M,lotorhoro, N il. FNtrHtilu liy all Iruggi!t in Onyton.aml nvery. ulicru. Ur. W . W .Si f U lHi, uu'iMaw:iin Wholuitalv Ago nt, Daytuu, O. MrsrWINSLOW, " An uxperU'Ucotl Nur ami Ff inalu IMtyniclau, Vrvwnta to the Attention (if Mother her SOOTHING SYRUP 1 For Chiltlrttii 'lYethiiiff, Which gittiitly t'ttrllltati'H the proci of luethtng, hyfoncnliig I he giniin.rc.Uieliigull lullummatloii., will allay 41,1. 1A1N ami MpamntMllc arluiii,HiMlii Sure to Regulate the Bowels, Oupund upou it, mother, It w ill giva rait to your, t'lvut ami Relief and Health to Tour Infanta. V htU M put up ami oM thli arth le fovovur&O yearn, ami van hay in cunkiukncb amo tuitu of tt what wu have imvfrhffii alilti to lay of any other mftliclni NKVKH HAI IT fAHKD I N A MINUl.lt IN rtTANCK TO fcvrgir A CUHE, wliuu timely UMtxt. Sever ilid wa know u liutanc or annul I. fart Ion hy any oiid who ul It. On th uuutrary, All urn lflighlfit with its opfltallom, and puuk In turuu of comintmitatlou of lt magical viTects anil iuU eal virtual,. Wepuuk in tUii uiattur "what w do know ,M aftor Wivn' ei perlimca; amp pleihik IHK HKfl'TATION TOa THE ri' LVXUhU ENT Ur W U AT V e ikui. a he. lu ahnotit uvory liuianre where the Infant IkBiiiTerlug from pain ami i-Ahauntion. r Mi'f will hn loiiiol lu 11 Hue n ur twe u.y miiiultfa af'i t he y rup i uitiuluiHtc roil. Full airectioim lor using will accompany each bottle. None genuine uiiium tho tac-iimiltt of trims A i'tailt KINS, Suw York.ii o the oiiuida wriper. WolUhy all DruggllUtliroughonttha wurlil." Q PRICE. 0SLY 3d CTS f ER BOTTIi. aM4awlai AQUA DE MAGNOLIA. A tollrl ilrllght. Hiiperior to rut Colnirtie, u.eil to bitUiA (ho fmt unit i'Min( to nmlnr tha .kill nft Antt fri-.h, to HlUf InftAmmattim, to nrrnme clothing, fur hoiuUch. Ac. It 1. iunnufnriiiri-il Intin the rlrK Houthrrn MitKnullit, unit l.olttiiln. Inf pAtntiiHue uult ttnpi'iti-PitRittrfl. ttl.ftr vurit with r.triuiit anil 0t4--rit linger.. II i. 411 ttx nil rlculcr., itt $t.tn 111 lariiu iMtttli-i. nnil lij limtt lliRNra ft , Hrw Tork, Vlto(.,le AjrimUi. tiral. Marine U.nir, tolil b all Druf riH. "J !" "Kial.l"- NoloiiHIiiuglr fiilililbry er th.r. "vmrT tlin " If h full "oli-y" In ttm moiiiing., h tiiok I'tmitnllun lilltrr.; if h. fi.lt WMt; ttt nlKht, 11 lock I'luntatlon lltt tor ; If hu l.rkeil apvutitit, uul uuk, lungtiiil, ur tni-iiUilly u)iri.i,., be tuuk riftiitiitltfii lllttrr, ; Mint tliuy ftuviT fmlii t .nt him !! hi. pin. .iiiHm unit drill. Kw r.oa. wfttit mi. tM-ttvr ftutbrity; but h. dim muf, lu.t rawl tk following: 1 .m:k t yu, l'r t ver ily keliMT tli Clantutlo Hitters Int. a taTud my III". ItKT.VT U. WAUUNalt.MailrlJ, .N. T." 1 bare baan a grc.it .affurer fiaia ly.e.ia, uJ batt to abaiiflun areai-hlng. Tks llaatatla Milter, ka.e oureg iaa. llkf .H. A. Vll.LNTOlil), Mew T.ik City. " 1 hadlu.t alt nppelltwa. to weak anil aner.atait I watilil barely walk, anil hail a ti,rfei-t Urnad ef .wiiety. ... 'i't,B I'laatatlaa llittMin ka.u .at lue all right. JA.MK IlkJMINVTAT.ai. l.oul., M. " Tka I'lantatioa Hitter, hare i-ur.J iaa era 4nraugeiaeut of Hi Kliluoy. ami t'rluary Organ., tkat iKatva'aai-at ate for year. They act liko a charm. a V.V. MooltK.VM llraaitway, New Talk. Mr.. O. M. IIKTUK, manager af the folim lliiuie aVhoal r.r BokllerK' Olillilr-a, .ay. .hp "ha. glyeii It to the weak and InTiiliit elillitren mwli-r horcliarga, with tha mott baiipy ami gratifying n-.iilt.." Ve hava receivt'ii a.er a biinareit rt-iuii. of .urh oertlfli-ntw, but u ailTartl.i-iaent I. o el'. fi'rtiyca. what iteila theinalTiw .ay of a gooil article. t)ur fortune aniloiirrepulAllonl.atHtake. The original quality auil high character af tlii'Me ouil. uill tia .iLtuiui'il uiiilcr every ami all cir cumstance.. They hare aln-uily oliialui-.l a.iilu In every town, tillage, parl.h amt hanili-t among civiliieil natioua. ltn.a ImitHtora try to couio a. near our nama anil .tyle a. tlii.y can, unit becauio a guwl article cau not bo nol.l a. low a. a poor one, theytliiil .nine .upport from partie. whoilonot earu whut they aell. He on your gualil. ai-eour prlTata .tamp oyer the cork. 1'. II. DltARK A CO., New Tmk City. nwraaloajai kprlng; W ater, .ulii hy all lriiggi.t. 0VRR A MILLION DOLLARS SAVED! (ii-ntleiiieni "I had a negro man trorth t,Slit) who took cohl from a bail hurt in the leg-, anil wa. u-iele.. for over a year. 1 hail u.eil everything J t-oulil lioaruf without benefit, until 1 trioiltheMex- Icnn Mu.tang J.inirannt. It aoou effected a pernift nentcure." J. I,. IMIWN1KU. Monlgiiniery, Ala., June 17, 18611. 'I take pleasure lu rei-ommetiding the Mexican Mu.tang I.intiuetit a avaltiatiloanitlnillapen.able article for Hpralua, More., S. rutilic. or Hull, on lluraea. Uur men hava used it for burn., ltrui.es, Mure., ltbeiiaiatl.in, Ac, and all lay It acta like magio." j. w. HKwrrr, Foreman for American, Well., Jrarga'a and Uarn. den't Kxpre... "The .pruiuufni.y ilaughter'a ankle, occa.iuni-I while afcatltig laat. winter, wa. en tirulv-ureil In ono weak, alter .lie commenced u.lug your celebrated Mu.tang l.lulon nt. Kl HKKl.t." (JluuceaUir, Mitaa., Aug. 1, 180. II la an admitted fact that tha Meaiuuu Mu.tang I.liiliueiit perfurm. more cure. In ihortor time, on mau and lieat, than any article ever dlti-ovcreil. Kiiaillle., Ilvery-nien and planter. .Iiould alway. bate it on hand. Quick aud aura it curtululy la. All Keiiuiue i. wrapped lii .Uiel-plMta augravlug., bearing thu .ignature ufci. W. Va.t brook, Cheiuiat, and the;raf V. U. stamp at intuit Humus A to. over the top. An effort haa baeu mnde to counterfeit It witb a aliaap atone plate label, loot ttostivl HamtogaSprlni Vfaitaar.aoldby all Drug, gi.t.. I. Who wuulit not be beautiful? Who woald not alil to their heaulyr W hatgivea thatmarble pur ity and tltittngv appearance wo oti.urvu upon the HtftKe, ami In the city boiler Itl.no lunger a c erl. They ti.e llagan'l Magnolia Halm. I t. con ttuued me reniorea tan, freckle., pliuplt, anil oaghue.k, irum thulace and hand., and leav a. the complexion (month, trau. parent, IiIimiiiiIul' and ravUhing. Unlike ina.iy cohiumIIc., It oontai.n.no material iujurtou. to the .kin. Any Pruggiht will order it fur you, ifuoton hand, at HI eta. per liottlc V K. liAUAN, Tmy, N. T., Iheiu I.t. DEMA8 BAKNE8 & CO., Wb.ole.alo Agents, N. Y. "aratoga Hpflng- Vtal.r, .old hy all llruggl.ta. It it a lao.l Jrellgliirnl Hair lirea.lng. It erailirate. .curt and ilandruir. It keep, the head oonl and clean. ft make, tho buir rich, boll and gloa.y. It prevent, hair turning gray aud fulling off. It rontoru. hair upou prematurely bald heath). Till. 1 Ju.t what l.yon'a Kathairon will do. Ilia pretty it I. i-hi-ap iluralilu. It 1. literally aold by tliecar-load, and yet It. uluiuitt liicretlilile deiaaad I. daily Incroa.liig, until there 1. hardly a cuuatry .tore that doe. not keep it, ur a family that dure not u.eit. K. THOM A l.VOM, C heuibt, N. V. Maratoga aprlag Water, .old hy all Druggl.W. Iluitii.trcet'. Inimitable Itair Colurlug I. mot a dye. All liuluutaueou. dye. are couipoaedof lw ur eausttt, and mure ur lu.. de.truy the vltiURy and beauty of the hair. 'I'll I. I. the original Hair tailoring, ami ha. In-en gnwing In favor over twenty yeara. It raaUiroa gray hulr to Ita or! vlual oolor by gradual ahsorptiuu, in a inu.t retnarka blu uiauner. Itiaal.ou be:Mitll'ul hair driwwlng. hold lu two .lie. all cent, aud it by all dealer.. (,'. II b'l M MTItKKT, C hcuillt, aial.ia pring Water, .old by all llruggl.te " Lvoa'. knaicTor Vuiu JaaaiuauiHuaa Kor Inilige.tlou, Nau.eu, Ueartbum, Hick ileadai-he, tlutlera Murbui, Flatulaucy, Ac, wtieraa warm ing .tliuulant 1. raiulrd. Itacaraiul preparatluu and entire pui-lty aiaka.it a cUaapand reliable ar tiulefor oulinaryapurpu.ea. b4ld every wkera, at iWct.arbuitla A.k Ur"l.'foNa" f ura It it act Taka no other. I.ral.ia Hprlag w alar, told by all ragglu. M-anwlv. RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. Medical. ITS EFFECT 18 . will a ciri.ous. ' Tha ottl, tha young, tin mlda agad oalta to pralw HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR .RENEWER: It I. an antlraly new aetentillo diaeovary, oomblulng many of the mu.t powerful and reiterative agenta In the vtgttnbU kinylom. . W hava .urh confidence In IU ai.rit", and are o aura it will do all we claim for it, that wa oilar 1,000 vrrTi-tl If tin Sicilian Haia Ititaiwaa doai not gir. aat iafaetion lu all cue. when uaed ia alriet accote ano with ear iuatractieu.. HALL' rffetbl4 Sloiltan JJif Renew. Iiaa proved Itaalf to be tha mnt perfect prparar fur tha Hair ever offered to lit. publio. It II a vegetable compound, and contain, as itfjurioaa propertiaa whatever. It la not a Dye, it atnkea at the Rooti and flila tha gland, with new life and coloring niattar. MT Wilt. RESTORE tlflAT HJXJt T III VHIOINAI. tOI.OR. Jt arlll htrp 'e JbTotr from falling eul. It aieoaiaea tht Bralp, and lw Hair sorr, Lwarnova, Asn bilkkn IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No perton, old or young .hould fitll to ue It. It ii rtcammnultit and uui by (A. t'lHUT ICAL AUTHORITY. XV A.k for Hall's Vo;tal .Sicilian Haik Bbncwsr, and take no other. Tha Proprletora offer the Sicilian lUm Ilit niwer to the public, entlroly co..ri.letit '.iat it will bring back the hair to It. original color, promote iu growth, and in nearly all caaaa there it haa falleu off will reatere It uuleaa tlie pw)ii i. very aged. It. P. HAM.' & CO.' Proprietors, JViuAaa, JV. O. fjf- Sold by ail Druggiate. lauiOMW Kawly RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. Medical. Miscellaneous. Hat. Cap, and Fur Store LEBOLD & LAZARUS, NO. 7U Ivl STREET, (Uiult-r I'lilllips IIoiihi-,) Have tho Uunat.tuck of Kl llnl'KAN aril Allh. I(;AN l AI'KM, Victorines, Gents' Far Collars TuflH, Gloves, fcc. No better .lock In tu' city, ami PRICES AS LOW AS THE L0WE8T The ONI.T placa III the city where H'HH aia niaiiufitctiireil tu urdnr. nutiiltliu NEW ESTA BLISH MINT J. F. Lentz & Son, Vnitid Jlrcttimi lSullding:, Northeaittt i'oriHT Multi mul Konrtli, dayion; okio, BOOTS AND SHOES Ol' ovury ilcicrlptloD. They alwhyi keep on huut of tttJr own mutj. fiwiutf. iinii thu htjht u1l- hoi k, lnig"f titbuituit-a wl liouU, bhuva, Ouitty n, UptHrk, eit., Hr ladle uiintK.-, niun ml Uj i' wear, ami Ht )iiict' to nu kt)iiriiiK done at horl uotlott ttml duritbly. Ttivy will kivu UMlltlMcliuti to tlitjir i;ult'Uifi'i iunl the puhliVj h!I jh1 t f KEElCOOL. WK winb, lijr thin moans t4 infurm tha iut.li. that w ht.vu ut J. F. KiIk-"'! l.rot't r', Muiu truf t, tt n 1 1 ut J. Ohlinyur'ii, J I union Hiiildlng, Jl tur.uu strmt, Filterer and Cooler, Combined Anil we any iinhe.itiitliig!) ami ailvl.tilly, Unit It i. tho only article ol thitrlaM. which haa over beci ouureil to the public that in every way 1111. our ckpecuitioh. v,e ai-ll It at a moderate tirico. It will run lor year, without toii.-tting. W'liea Dec. ea.ary, caa he re-pai keil In twculj iiiiuutv.. Every Family.Store, Manufactory, Hotel, &o., should hare one. The Filthiest Water in the World will pass through it, Aud come out Icy cool anil clear a. miliar. Hrnlilc. II. lllterliiK piopertli-., it piirlH... It I. a u't-ll-knimti fact Unit linn. hihI other inliieral. ia wausr are tnluriiiii. lu bi ultli. unit nhen the chol era wa. la.t in uur uiiiUt, thobe w hu ilrank .-t.a water were lea. liable tube atlurkril anil tniliui tin. .cuut-go ol man than tluihe u bu uaed the in pure water.. Tha littering niateriul. u.eil in till, patent ar ranxeuieut (faluulcU l,y llfcs'l' llli(,l.k.N,l are while .anil, animal anil vegetable clinrcoal, Jlc, amt are o cunibiiieil a. toilu ihelr iluly perlcclly lejjrr'or aala ia any iiiuiiilile (onuor niuie) h y HliNT aV HOUI.KN, auJaiitf il A V lU.N.lllUO. C. W. LOWE, WhuletHl6nd rti Trunk Manufactory. Uni removed tu NO.ttfVTMIUD fe'lKKtT IAVT()N,OU, IAIXKH'TrHVulii.p Trunk, (lenlh nifn'i. Tihv j eliiic Truiiki, ulUu una 1'rHvcllng huy, Itnuiiut lioxMi, dr., oi bettor muiiulat lur a. id lower pricti thai, they chu bw puii liiitMl u ( cuiimtior eUiAv herv. VV'uik wurrautud. aVty Rid Yourself of a Nuisance. WINTKIl mi.iilh.alt.ir.l toll,. , r..,t hou... wile the proper uppurlmilty, II the .ervaut. Iiuva been caiulci.., tu rl.l lite prcuiiM.. of all -"".ni. u,"""'"i'iirniKniyiiilalllble Imtrtiym. whiia ia warranled aiiprrim tu auilblua uDcital In tin. line. r'ur .ale to Iirugiil.t., pedillera and couaura men-.liaiiu, by ilu.iu ur aru. IlKST A WAIIT.S, JalUlui Mo. Iin JelTeraoii alroet, tlaytuu. Obi Who Wants Bargains. M. ARTIN HOlI UEltOKIi. ItElI. apt a l n AUt.ni, 11 At IOA, Uliiu.lia. lor .ala. Twenty liua.e. auU Lut. ratialua float iloo ta tooi.i. Al.o alx rarnie three In Darka, two ia alaat. guiiiery.auil one in Vau Wertt ouuty. '1 las uinlur.igiieil caa atway. be luuad at tha Ohm lu.urauce oitlce, w lien aot out vn baaluaaa ur al tlie 1'u.l Oolca curner. ' liny, amt nelL property . Term, liberal "oria-tl Ca.iuh and biix hkads. ' ally arlatea at tka kMl'lKK laaju.Jeb UM