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DITKII ANI ITI.IHW Y ROBINSON & SHEWARD. Office, 110 Main it., bet. 3d and Market DAYTON. OHIO, Monday, - - April 22. 1867 The Obnoxious Word "White." After Ml tlictr lc1jrlnjr. ami fniUl1liiR- tlit-lr iirocrsallnatloin of the iiiii-Htimi nml their lirlHtiilm, Ui ear-ai the rvnil blllty of I'rssliiir tli orrl trAiir out of tlir Constitution! ef Qlilo. bf Hip citonslmt 'f free anil mirvitrt-tftl null'intfc to tlie in)jrii. tlirouirlieui amendment to our organic law the llaillraU liava mailt- a faux vnux. Kveli In tlie event of tlie iino-etl niiiemliiieiit belnir adopted, the obnoxious word vhitr will "till hold loiliiiriit In that limlm went. We can Imagine Jiw hee-n'iloni 111 tear Its hslr. when It I'dini-a to rear Article IX. Sec. 1st of tliu Coimlltiillon : "All W1IITK innl citizens reorient l this State, bcluj; eighteen years of uft. and unil'ir fnrty-llvi: year, shall be enrolled In the mil tia anil iicrloriii military uiiiv. in such manner, not Incompatible with the Constitution and law of thel'idted State-, as may lie niesorilieil by law." Isn't this overaiglit lif the ncj;ropholisU too bad 1 Fully six lonjr. week of Legis lative time wa spout In gHl'mg the votlnir bantling licked Into shape, and thecoward ly Radical trickster whipped Into its sup port, and now it turns out that nearly one half of the work was done. White will still be retained, until, ut leus-t, another amend ment can be effected. The I'rliana riw pertinently says : "'If the negro should vote, why should lie not muster? Let 'manhood sull'ni)fe" and manhood muster, go together. Hut if you proxwe to remove all legal distinctions on account of color, why not do It? Howev er, we must he eliaritable. We smpcet the truth Is that not one member ot the liinli cal party in the legislature, ever read the Constitution through, and therefore did not know what, win in It." Negroes in Ohio. The l:rbaua Cuinn lias made a compila tion, from the nation il census of lSiio, ol the number of negroes in each county of the State, which was then :M(!7.1. The I'nion, prefitorlally. says: "it was a Mr. Kellogg, of Ashtabula, who mado .himself conspicuous by forcing on the amendment of negro vote in Ohio, by way of echo to Congress.. It will he seen that his county contains twenty-live negroes, or one black to l.."71 w hite. So was It w t til John Sherman, w lien making a tM'ch In the lulled States Senate in favor of emancipation In tlie listrlct of Columbia; he told the Senate that he did not like negroes in Ohio. He judged Ohio by Kiclilami County, where lie lives, and depleted his own county o truly that in a population of 31.1 HI only eight i ne groes could be found, and in other counties around him the rigor Is even greater. It seem ever thus, that the professed special friends of the negro make Ins resilience among them impossible. I lie blacks prefer to live among those w ho do not seek to make them voters; and they will not live among those w ho do." m. . ... .... in is population, ami- the mun. Is very unequally distributed; two-thirds of the whole number being found in twenty counties in Southern ami Ku-tern Ohio, uud very nearly one-half of the whole number in ten counties. Ten of the enmi ties containing the smallest number eon tain but tllty-elght blacks, anil the next ten but 311, making 319 In twenty counties. Democratic National Convention at Louisville. Kentucky excliangestbat tlierimetor noli lng the proposed Democratic N ational Con vention at ixmlsvllle, Kentucky, has been definitely and satisfactorily agreed upon, and tliat the 4th Day or Jily .next is tlie time fixed upon for the comlug-togetlier of that body of '-tlie bone ami sinew" of tlie country. This is all right and proper, tliunirli we have from the beginning f'avoreil an earlier day lor tut) meeting, for the reason that the exigencies ot the time demands early and prompt action. This postponement w ill be. we presume, altogether satisfactory to tin masses of the Democracy of this State. was first proposed to hold said Convention. in May ; but a portion of our Statu Central Committee thought that timu too soon ami urged a postponement. Ir was finally agreed that Ohio would favor any day Unit iiugni ue agrceu upon, not later than the 4th of July ; and we ore now irlad that flu time has been fixed upon that glorious An niversary ot our national lnitepenilenee. The day having thus been agreed nnoii. It is now the duty of Ohio, and every other State, to adopt and carry out such measures as will secure a full representation in that iiociy ; ana we lioie the procr steps may be taken at once. It will, as we believe, oe a convention for consultation ami advise ..u.. ..In,, a. .m.l A. ........ 1 -I mtii "iviic. nun, mi mitt, itrroiuu. is nullum be attended by men of profound wisdom and atatesmaushin. Our verv best men should be sent as delegates, anil every pains niKen to secure a mil atumuance. We anticipate much trooil from tlie con vcution, and will endeavor to he present the occasiou. JIillt.loro tiazelte. Equality of Radicalism. At the Hadical Convention held lu Rich mond, Va, on the 18th Inst., where niggers and "white trash" mingled kind o' promis cuously, "the feature of the day was a dis cussion on resolutions sustaining tlie con fiscation act or 1802, and demanding Impeachment of President Johnson for not executing tliu laws. Nearly nil the colored speakers declared it the duty of Congress to confiscate rebel lands so homesteads may be obtained." We may safely assort, hereafter, that will not be a "government of equal laws," in tlie estimation of the defenders of "Hu man Eights," and advocates of "Manhood Suffrago," until white men are robbal their property that it may be given to nig gers. What gay you, white men, are yon ready to surrender P HPTwo yearn ago Mayor Rice was elected by a majority ol "i.ilJli. In Novem ber last, the Republican ni.iji.riiv in city waa 6,867. Mayor Rice was re-elected vesterdav bv the reduced nialorltvnr':i.h:tri This Is a very handsome Democratic gain. certainly. Rut even a better result than this is iuin of four Aldermen by the JJemncraeu, viz.: Comisky In tlie Htii Ward, Casselman in 12th, Scbliix in the 14tlt, and Mausur in lttth. Altogether the Democracy of Chicago have reasau to be proud ol their work this contest. ' Next time they will do bet ter (till, and thev mav look forward to com plete triumph In the great trial of Novem ber, looe. caicaio Jimts. ISTRadlcal editors are perfectly exhu beraut over the late disclosure of a robbery of the Coshocton county treasury, a num ber of years since, by the treasurer him self aud an accomplice, the ofllcial be lug Democrat. How conveniently they forgot Uie big theft of Ir, Doasar, as the Radical State Treasurer. Surratt—Interesting and Reliable Testimony. WASHINGTON, April 19. The evidence taken by the bouse judiciary onimiltce ri l ilive to' the discovery and pilllllt ol .lolill II. urran is jun iiiaio public, a tilllclully r Kirted before Unit committee. It appear In the evidence of I.. .1. Mc Millan, surgeon of the steamer J'cruviau, plying between Montreal "nd Liverpool. Ihiit Sin rati came on biiurd in September. lsi,.v nml was introduced to him under the name of Met arlhv : that becoming well ae. ipiainte.l In a few' ilav, Surratt confessed lo him that lie bad been from the begin ning lu the t onlc.lerate States service, arrvlng dispatches between Washington ami llichmoml. anil als i as far as Montreal ; that lie and Booth had planned at first the abduction "I President Lincoln; tljat. how ever, thev thought, tliev could not succeed In that 'way. or they thought it was nccessnrv to change their plan. After this, In-fore the assassination, Surratt was in Montreal, when be received a let ter from lloolli. ordering lilni Im mediately to Washington; that it was nece-ary for him to act, and act proiuptlv. and he was to leave Montre al Iniuiediiit'ely for asbington. hut he told me he came as far as K.linlrn. Ill theSlate of New York, and from that place telegraphed to New oik to llndout whether Hooth had already left for Washington, and he was answered that he had. lie did not tell me whether lie had gone further tlian i-.iinirii. The next, place he smke to me of w as St. Albans. VI.. where lie said he ar rived early one morning at brcuklast time. and went to a hole I there lor nrcnklast. While he w as sitting there be hcanl several talking about an mutton, nml he iu- luired what was up. Ihey askeil Mini It lie did not know that President Lincoln hail been assassinated. lie said, "I did not up. lieve It, because tlie story was too good lo be true.1' On that a gentleman pulled out a newspaper ami showed it to him. He opcneil il a. id suw his name as one ol the assassins, lie sain tins uuiiitm-h nun o innch that the paper fell out of his hands. lie Inuncillatcir leit uie room ami waiacu out, and as he w as irolng out inrougn me house he heard another party say that Sur ratt must liflve been, or w as at tlie tune Hi St. Albans, because sucn a person (men tioning the person s name! had lounil a pocket handkerchief on tlie street with Surratt's name on it. lie told me he actually looked in his pocket mid found that he' had lost his pocket handkerchief. Krom that place be weni to i minim, anil was concealed there from April to Septem ber, w hen he was on board the ship. He called tne aside and again commenced to talk about the assassination, and one thing or other. It was in Hie evening, and we were alone together, and he took out his revolver. will h he kept ill his )Hcket nil the time, and pointed it to the heavens, and said he: I liojie ami wish to live just, a few years more. Tw o years more will do inc. and then 1 shall go back to the I nitcd States, and 1 shall -erve Andrew Johnson as Abraham l.in- ol it has been served. I askeil bun w hy. and he answered : "i'.ecausc he has been the cause of mv mother being hung." Dr. McMillan further testifies that be arrived in Liverpool on September 'JT, ISC, and went before the American t onsul. Mr. Wild, anrt made affidavit to the above facts. All olllcial letter from Consul Wild shows that tills allldavit caused tlie commence ment of the pursuit ot Surratt, which re sulted lu his capture In a little less than a year from that time. Who are after the Presidency. - A gentleman writes from Washington, of the Presidential aspirants. They arc as plenty as blackberries. Among the Sen ators, Wapk.'s chances ate considered tlie lies', after which may be mentioned l'tss- KMUIN. V.V11S. MollTON, 11 II 1 1 Till M 111' LI., PomkiuiY thinks Ids chances good for the Vice Presidency. Senators Siieiiman and I'KAiil E are looking after the Chask In terest, lieu. Grant Is not talked of now xlthougli It Is conceded that he would be elected If nominated by either party. Among the generals, lieu. Geoiiok 11 Thomas Isthe most talked of. In the House of Representatives. Coi.iax, Biti.kh and 1 .011 as are tlie only candidates. The latter is alo spoken of as the soldiers' candidate on the Republican ticket, lor the Vice Presidency. It 1.1 on 13?" A Nusbville correspondent of a Mis sissiipi paper says : It is generally understood here. I believe that colored Conservatives w ill hi; sent to Congress, while the colored people will support Southern men for Mate olllecrs It we can not get rid ol lirownlow tlie country will be ruined. There was never 1 people so crushed by taxation as this Our radical masters spend more In one year than w as appropriated by the Lcgisla ture in five years, before tliu war. Won't S i ash It. The Republican Con vention at Hudson, New York, which met the otherday, refused to endorse the action of their recent parly State Convention on the Negro Suffrage platform. The Repub licans of Hudson, declared the resolution lu favor of Black Suffrage, to be a "bone contention;" ami but one man showed any favor. taSTllANNiiiAl. Hamlin, jr., sou of the lute Radical President of tlie Senate, Is out lu Wisconsin on a wnoilen pipe peddling tour. The young man has a wonderful talent that line, and several discriminating friends affect to see in him an early exhibition the tratisccndant greatness of Hannibal his illustrious father or any other H.ixNI- KAI. ! tSTThere Is no doubt that the Negro Suffrage scheme ofthe Ohio Radicals pro tractcd the ad journed session of our Legis lature fully six weeks beyond any public necessity for its continuance. Great isthe nigger! Groceries. of the , the the the in a J.D.SI BKK.. W. WOODW1KI1 T.J.WKAKLKT McKEE, WOODWARD & WEAKLEY (Hiu-i-essors to Wuuiiihii, Sniilli ,t Co.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND IlKALKllrt IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors !No. N main t.i Opera Hulldinir,) DAYTON, OHIO. Alsn. IMstillers of Ilourlioii, Hp. it in I Corn lii-ky, I'pimr Sitm.usky, uttio. nolsMitu ty J. B. CILDERT & CO.. WIIOLKSAI.K DKALKltB IN FOltiaOX AND DOMESTIC Groceries and Liquors, NOS. IS AND 18 ,J KFFEItHO V STREET, OPPO hlTK M AltkKl'IKJl.'hE. felS Lots for Sale. 1.KII It I'KKN LOTS in linesman's plat north ' Alad ltiver, and within half s mile of the cor poration line of tlie cilrof Haytou. The plat extends from the Mad ltiver Valley Turnpike on the south, to tbe Trof Turnpike tbp southwest. The lots are high dry ground, suited lor ru.iilences. To anv person desiring build for a residence, libera! credit will be given. Any person desirous ol futtlier inl'nrinalion or see piutof tliu lots will dud all needtul information from us at our olllce on the oast side of Main over the drugsluru ot A.eller.No 70 Slain st. April lS IUdtr IlllS ALIISON A LEAS. Checks, KECEiFTa. c. Neatly prluted alius K ALP lit It STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE PLATFORM JANUARY 8th, A. D. 1867. RESOLUTIONS. 1. Ilemtreil. That the Democracy ofOhlo sleadliistly adhere to the principles of the party as rxMiiiudcd by the fathers, mid ap proved by experience; that In accordance with these principles we declare that the l edernl Uovc runiciit is a government of niiiiieii powers, nun iiml it jiossesses no Kiwcrs but such as are expressly, or Tiy necessary Implication delegated to it 111 the Kedcral Constitution ; that allother powers are reserved to the Mates or the people; that a strict construction of the Constitu tion Is liullsiMMisalile to the preservation of the reserved rights of the States and the xople; t hat, all grants of pow er to tovern nient. w hether Slate or Kedcral. should be strictly construed, hecausv all such grants abridge the natural rights of men ; that the preservation of the equality ami rights of the States and Hie rights of the people Is necessary to tlie preservation of the In ion; that the Kedcral (iovcrntnent Is unfitted to legl-latefororadinliiltertlie local concerns ol the Slates; that it would bo monstrous that the local affairs of Ohio should be regu lated by a KeileraiCotigressin which shelias but two Senators, and the New England States, with but a little greater population, havetwclvc ; that the tendency of tlie Ked cral Uovcrnment Is to usurp the reserved rights of the States and of the people; and that, therefore, it centralization of power In its hands is an ever pending danger. That such an abs irption of pow er would, while it lasted, be destructive of the liberties and Interests of the people, and would end cither in despotisinor a destruction of the l.'nlon ; that a National debt, besides im poverishing the iH'ople, fosters an undue Increase of the power of the Kedcral Gov ernment ; that nigh protective tarill's have a like effect, saeritielng the interests of the many for the emoluments of the few. and plainly violating the equity ail spirit of the Cmistitutioii ; that the collection and disbursement of enormous revenues by the Kedcral Government have the same ten dency, beside corrupting tliu Government, and that, therefore, economy Is essential not only to tlie prosperity, but also to the liberties of the people ; that uneuiial tax ation is a plain violation of justice, of w hich no Government can safely be guilty. That to each Mate belongs the right to determine the iiualillcation of its electors. and all attempts to impair this right, either u , .mix . --i.miiii ti-i; isi.iLHiii in unauui tional amendment, are unwise and desput ic; that the tendency of power is to steal from the many to the few, anil that, there fore, "eternal vigilance is the price of lib city ;" that the tendency of government Is to enlarge us aiitnority ny usurpation, and therefore government needs to be watched ; iiiai anoiner oi us tendencies is to govern too much unnecessarily ami vcxatiouslv interfering with the business and habits of the people; that the Irecdoinot speech and of the press is essential to the existence of liberty : that no person not in the military or naval service, or in mc Hound w Here martial law legitimately prevails, can law- II! it of illy be deprived of life, liberty or proper ty, without due process of civil law; that the courts should alw ays be open for the redress of grievances ; that lio tx vnat facto law should he made; that the right of the people to peaceably assemble and consult upon public affairs' is inviolable ; that the military should he held lu due subjection to the civil power; that while the major ity, as prescribed by tlie Constitution, have the right to govern, the minority have in icieasiiiie rights ; and that a Ircuiient re- uHeiice to llrst principles is essential to the welfare of the State and tlie people. i. Jtetnivea. mat tlie Mates lately In re belli. in are States ill the I'liion. and have been recognized as such by every depart ment of the Government, and by Presi- leut Lincoln, who, in the midst ofthe war. invited them to elect members of Congress: by President Johnson, In various procla mations nun ninciai acts; ny Gougress, which permitted Andrew Johnson to sit 111 tlie Senate as a Senator from Tennessee, iiul members from Virginia, Tennessee and Louisiana to sit. in tlie House orltcpre sentatives after these States had seceded and while the war was being carriud on and wlilcli turtlier recognized tliem as Slates in tlteLnion by tlie Congressional ipliortioiniieut act providing; for their due representation in Congress; by various tax laws, and esneciallv bv the direct tux by tlie resolutions submitting amendments to the Constitution for their annroval. and by various other acts and resolutions im parting the same recognition : all of which. were passed since the attempted secession of those States, by thu Judiciary of the United States, w hich holds Federal Courts in all those States, and especially by the Supreme Court, which entertains jurisdic tion ol cases coming troiu tliem, which could not ilo were they not in the Lnion Unit being thus in the I 11I011, they stand on an eipial looting with their sister States states vim unequal rignts ueing a thing unknown to tlie constitution; that, hv the express terms of the Constitution, each state Is entitled to Have two Senators and lue proportion of Representatives in the Congress, ami to vote in all elections I 'resident and V lce-prcsident ; that, thong these rights arc subject to Interruption i state ot civil war, tney can nut, lu tlmeot peace, be suspended, mucli les3 destroyed, without a plain violation or uie constitu tiou; that Congress has no power to de privo a Stato of Its reserved rights, and reduce it to a Territorial condition; that therefore the exclusion, by the so-called Congress, of all representation from ten States, the proposed exclusion of those States, from all voice in tlie next Presidcn tnil election, tho- threatened overthrow their State Governments and the reduction ot their States to the condition of territor ies, are each and every one of them uncoil stitutional, revolutionary and despotic measures, destructive not merely ot rights of those States, but also of Hie rights ot every other State in the l nion. 'Jhat those measures are parts of a plan to nullify the Constitution, virtually overthrow State Governments, to erect a consolidated despotism on their ruins; ami to establish and perpetuate a tyrannical rule ot a minor It y oyer a majority of tlie American pen life. That the people cannot, without loss of their liberties, prosperity and honor, submit to such a result; and we, therefore, lu tho hope that this warning will heeded, aud the danger to our situations peaceably averted, do solemnly warn advocates of the plan, that it will he submit ted to. of on to to St., 3. eiilved, That ( oiifrress is not omnipotent law-iiiakliiir power. Tliatthe Constitution provides that no bill shull be- eoine a law without the approval of I'resiilent, unless it, be passeil bv two-thinls of each House of Congress. That one the objects of tho present so-ualleil Con trriss in exeliulinif States from represenla tlon, is to pass bills by a two-tlnnls vote which, were all the States represented, could not so pass; ami thus to virtually abolish the eoustiiiirionni provision atore said. That it this precedent be aeiiulesced in, there will be nothing to prevent a bare majority of Congress, ut any time in future, from nullifying tlie constitutional veto of the rresldent and usurping uneon trolled legislative power, by an exclusion of the minority from their seats. That the exclusion, of even in a singl state, uilgiit give tnis control, aud a pre text for such an exclusion would not wanting to an unscrupulous and revolt! tionary party. 4. Jlemilreti, That tlie people, and especl ally those of the agricultural States, have siitlercil loo long tlie exact Ions of hlgli pro tective tariffs, and as the representatives of an agricultural and laboring population we demand that their substance shall longer be extorted from them lu order till the pockets of Eastern monopolists. S. Jletuhed, That uiieiiiial taxation contrary to the first principles of Justica and son ail pelicy, aua we can apeu Governments, Federal and 8tate, to use all necessary Constitutional means to remedy this evil. ' 0. Jietolred, That the Itadlcal maorlly In the ao-ealled Congress have proved them selves to be in lavor f Negro Suffrage by forcing It upon the people of the District of Columbia against their almost unani mous wish, solemnly expressedat the liolls, by forcing it niion the people of all the Territories, and by their various devices to coerce the people of the South to adopt It; that we are 0im.is 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. Jiemlteri, That, for all their efforts to uphold the Constitution we tender to the President and to the majority ofthe Judges ofthe Supreme Court of the United Stales our hearty thanks. H. Jtemleed, That we are In favor of a Democratic Convention of delegates from an me Maces, io oe Held nt such time and place as may be agreed upon, and that the State Central Committee be authorized to concur wun oiner proper committees In fixing time and place, and that wo prefer Louisville, Ky- as the place. U. Jletolred, Tliatthe Democratic news iiaiiers of Ohio deserve our earnest nml lib eral support, and that an early and thorough organization ofthe party Is Indispensable. Special Notices. Free to Everybody. A Isryoe p Circular, (tiring liifiiriuatlun ul'tlie greatest Iniportiurt to tbe youug of Iwlli sexes. It tcsuhes how the homely may become, bcautl. fid, the iteapiinl respected, sud thefortaken lord. No young luily or gentleman itiouM fail to leml their Aildrest, and receivn a copy poit paid, W uirnniall. AdUreta F. O. Drawer, SI, April , latn-ilSincfi Trov, New Verk. Know Thy Destiny. M iDAHi R. P. Thornton, the ureal Kiiiiltsli As- trologlst, Clairvoyant and I'sychometriclan, who ha astonished the scicntlflo classes uf the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, .N. V. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful now- er.of second sight, as tj enable her to impart knowledge of tho greatest Importance to the sin gle or married of cithersex. While In a state of trance, she delineates tho very features of the person you are to marry, mid by the aid of an In strument of Intense Kwcr, known as the l'sy choinotroiie, guarantees to produced life-like pic ture of the future husband or wife of tho appli cant, together with uate of marriage, position In life, leading traits of character. Ac. This la no humbug, as thousands of testimonials ran assert. he will send, when desired, aiertilled certiorate, written guarantee, that the picture Is what 11 purport, to be. lly enclosing a small lock of hair. and stating place of birth, age, disposition, and complexion, and enclosing atty cents and stamped veiope addressed to yourself, you will receive tho picture and desired Information by return mail. All communications sacredly conttdential. mress in confidence, E. F. Thornton. 1'. . lloi S-ia, Hudson. N. y. Miavar.iivcr. Wonderful, but True. MADA.MK ItKMINUTON, tho World-renowncil Astrologlst andSoniiianihulistlcClalrvoyant.whlle lu a clairvoyant state, delineates therery features of the lwrson you are to marry, and bv the of instrument or intense power, known as the sychomotrope, guarantees to produce a ucrfect and life-like picture ofthe future husband or wile f the applicant, with date of marriage, occniia- tiou, leading traits or character, 4c. This is no imposition, at testimonials without number eun assert, lly statingplace of birth, aae.disoosltlon color of eyes and hair, and enclosing liny cents ami tiainpea enreiopo addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture by return mail, together i in uesirea lurormatlon. Asa?" Address In confidence. .Madame Ckkthi nr Kkkinoton. P. O. Box Slrt, West Troy. N. i . .ipru o, louiuiycis It ot of the i bo bi the not an the of the be of no to is our t3T AYounqLady rctitinlno in lu-i country home, alter a sojourn of n low months In the citr, was hardly reoogniied Uf her friends. in place or a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had a soft ruhy complexion ol almost marble smoothness aua instead of twenty-three the really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a change, she plainly told them that she used the Clroaaalan Halm, and considered It an Invaluable acquisition to any 1.,-idy't toilet. uy its use any Lady or Gentleman can Improve their personal appearance an hundred fold. It Is simple in its combination, at nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed lu ltt efficacy In drawing impurities from, alto healing cleansing and beau tifying the skin and complexion. By its direct ac tion on the cuticle It draws from It all its impuri ties, kindly healing the tame, and leaving tho tor fuce as nature intended It should be, clear, toft smooth and beautiful. Price 1, tent by mall or express, ou receipt of un order by W. L. CLANK A CO., Chemists, No. 8 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y The only American Agents for tho sale of the BUS'oTdlvcfs T1IK ItllXKHAULKK. MIHOIJIDKD AND UNFORTUNATE YOUNQ MKN. Kaaayaof Warning and Instruction r lounn irien who have abused their nhys leal l lowers, or wasted their tuhstance In riotous living, andfallen victims todisease, with tteports on the Howard treatment and cure. .Sent In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address Dr.J.SKILMX 1IOUUHTON, Howard Associa tion, Philadelphl. A a, Pa. JanlldawHiu Cough, A Sore A uoid, ot Throat, HKQUIKK8 IMMKDIATR ATTEN TION, AND SHOULD BKCI1ECKKD. '' IF ALLOWKD TO CONTINUE, Irritation ! Iksl,nsi,a ' Permanent Threat Bistttti er Uoa. sumstlsn IS Ori'KN TUK RK8IJLT. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES llarlng a dlrectlntlueuoto the parti. OITK IMMKU1ATK KKI.IKF. for Uronchltls, Aathtr.ft. Catarrh. Ton Bumptlve a od Throat DUfaacH, Troches are ufl with alwayi good vucceMt, 8INGKR8 AND PUBLIC HPEAKKIiS will find TrochH unpful In clearing the voice when taken hofore Ringing or Speaking, aud relieving the throat r.fteran uuuiiual exertion ofthe vocal organ. The Trovh are renomiaoudcd and pre scrihi'd hy Phy)ciamt and hove had testimonial! from oralavnt men ttiroughoutthe country, lleing an article of true merit, and having proved their efficacy by a tut of many yearn, each year Undi them In new localities In various parts of the world, and the 7WcAm are universally uronounced bettor than other articles. Obtain only "IlKOWN'S HKONCJIIAL TltO- CUES," aud do not take any f the WorthUt mi. tatio that may be offered. Bold every-waere in the Unjtod States, and For eigiountries.atasconu put box. no9Udw6m A mkw ii:kfihe im run niNDkuicHiri. kNlghl BUosMlsig Cerviie. Nighl KlMftilisig C'errae." "Nigbl UUSHi.g Vtrvm." "Night BIMiiag VmmmS NIglti BlMSBiag eresi.' Phalaa'a A most sxquUlla, dsilcslii. aud Frsirraiit Perhimu, illsti Isd from tbs rar. as4 iMautiful ttuwsf frum wlocb It tas IU naiaa. itMturctur4 oaljr by PHACON V mom. New Vark. BKWAKK Of COUNTtKl'KlTS. ASK TOR PHALOH'S I1U Utf OTUKsV U7ldMWVawsawtx-B Special Notices. M 1 : 1 ) ICAL K OT I C K. Ir K. CIIHI K may be consulted as follows : In PATTON at the I'hllllns lloose. on Fridays, sept. 14; th-t.iit; Not SS; liec.SS; feb. 1 1 March S; April IS; May Hi.lune 91. ii i in . i mv ,ne munis iiito.r, ml rnm ini. Dent in: (let til: .Nov !4: Hcc.mi: tell i: March ; April IS: May IS; June t'i. la XKNIA althe !oi Eating House, on Thurs days, bept. 18; Oct IS; Nov. ri; In c.. SI; Jan.Sli March 1; April II ; May IS: Juncsn In M'lllNiiFIKI.Ii at the Willis House on Thursdays, sept. Sll; lct li; Nov.SH; Jan. 8; Feb. Il March Hi April IS; May S3; June ST. Iir. t.oNk; has had oHli-t-s lu each ofthe aliovc places, that be has regularly visited for tho past seven years, and as he lias treated and cured many Patients, In each cf the above places, lie can give the be-t of references In each place as to his skill. Ir. CONK Treats and lures all varieties of Chronic diseases, Including those of the F:ye and Kart makes no charge lor consultation j but If those who consult himdeslretreatinent.hecharges Cnnhforhis Medicines. Meiliclni-sthat will lastapatientfrom fourtosla months, cost from Five to Thirty dollars, In I ash Address; Dr. K. CONK, COl.CM PUB, OHIO. orso-dly Ring's Vegetable .Ambrosia It the mnU impuUr IIAIH UKsTORATIV E of the day , Hit dinner, more richly erftimetl, nml It warranted to restore gray hair to IU neturnl color; mop iu coming off; remove ilaiitlmff from tlieftcalp. unit prTeut bul'lnesn. ht'l the follow ing home tt'ttUinony t . CKRTIKIC ATK. Tho following is to cert fy that I hav iimm, ItlNU'H VKUKTaULK AMIiROSIAforthe pait six munthi, an.l I have loumi In it all that ift cUirnt'd for It to perforin. My head inn been near ly hahl for tevcral yuan, w ill Ik hrIi In rmyinjr for i x yi'jr. at least and hv adlioritiK to tliu direc tions in tlie t Miof the AMItUOHIA, I am proud to ijiy that I mnv hare a flno growth of healthy hair, wliiUt all other rcrttomtives have fulled. 1 run alMi titily an to it .(utilities In restoring gray hair to iu original color, having n'rn it tented hy my most Intiinnie friends. I know IttoheMipe rior to all other restorative. Whatldo know, I know Irom cxperieni'O, in reference to Its proper ties, and would rerommuiid It to all a helng the heal article in market WM.M. MHTAltK ft I tyl..ii. Ohio, August 114, INoo. K. M .TCHH9 ACt).,l'rop,.Peterboro,N.II. Kor sale by all Druggiu in layton, and every When-. Ur. , . S I I.UAHT, aii'25daw'Jm Wholesale Ajfont, Jnyton, O. Mrs. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female I'hynir.lun, Present to the Attention uf Mothers her SOOTHING SYRUP ! For Children Tectliltigr Which greatly facilitates tho pmcesH of teething, by ortening the gums, reducing all inflainmationt, will allay A I.L 1'A 1 N and feptiMiiodic action, am) is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon it, mother, it will give ret to your selves nml Belief and Health to Your Infants. Wu have put up and old this article for over 30 years, and can nay in confidence and truth of it what wo have never been able to say of any other medicine nkvkk uah it au.kd in a sinui.b in stance to effect a ci he, when timely used. Never did we know an Instance of diftHiilUfac.ttot by any one who used it. On the eontrary, all arc delighted with its operations, and apeak in term of commendation ot its magical effect and inedieal virtues. Weapcak in this matter "what we do ENow,"after o years-experience; and PI.kdoe OL'H KKPl'TATKIN FOR THE F I' I.F1 1A.H KNT O F W B AT WE deci.ahr. In almost every Instance where the in Cunt Is sutlering from p:tin and exhaustion, re lief will be found in llttecn or twent) n.Uiulua aftei the Hyrup is ailiulnistered. Full directions for naing will aecompan v each bottle. None genuine unless the fac simile of t;t;KTis l'KUKlNB.New York.ls on the outside wraoiier. Sold by all Druggists throughout the world. PRICE. ONLY 35 CTS PER BOTTLE aitldnwHrn House Furnishing Goods. DECEMBER 6, 1866. C A. H P E T 8 ! House Furnishing Goods van Ausdal, Harmuai & Co., Are now olfcring, ut reduced prices, full lilies ENGLISH AXI AMERICAN CA RPETINGS, Of Al l. KIM1N. 2-4, 8-4. 4-4. 0-4, U-4 Coir and Cane Mattings, Manilla and Straw Matting's). A VUI.L STOCK OK Curtain Rep. Terry?, I'ruggcls. (rumlmoths, PUno (lovers, Blankets, &c , &t. Which we will sell at prices lo suit customers. A liirjr stot-k of -4, tt-4, 10-4 Linen and Cotton Sheetings, rillow t Rsings, Counterpanes, Towels, Napkins, Dojlies, Furniture Dimity, &c. Bouvht siuce the decline and will be sold cheap, AN KI.KtlANT STOCK Plain and GIItYindow Shades Window Shades, all Widths and Colors Just opi'iieil, a spli'iullil line of niw i-tyl .STAMP KI GILT WALL PAPERS fontmon Wall Papers, Decorative Paper Hangings. YAM A US DAL, HARM & CO., ACTUAL mwtss College, a? Third St.,Dayton,0. Now ocruDVlnff tlirtM UrB lniHtllnirs- For DfpartnunU ltitrtntu, vtr.. ; if n 1'wk trt, Vtxnnum EnuUJi, S tenlitie umi Cfamieul.v Thoroughly uusllhffl Ti-m hrrs nmstautly t-m-ployed. BluJuiti, limb- r ft mulf , run niter at anv llms. Viai tun a) wu wi'lrotn. Coin nd fuilg"tf. Kr Tunui, Circulur aul 1KsCm titifr. saurtsw e i adicd ' We VA l I I- SI, DAYTON, OHIO. lLnai,llllllllS 1) NOTICK. AltTHA Kl.INK. wife or l'eler Kline, will take notice that a oetillon rnr.li..n....u... men iu ,nu t.oiiiuioii i tension ol Alonlaoinery Couuty, Ohio, teuruaiy 14, linn. Cause rrot neglect of duty. l'LTEK Kl.INK f. 11. llAQWOIT, Attorney. AjiSU'STwIHIS Medical. efQnrQQpiAwHi 'A, ITB EFFECT IS WIRACtLOIIS. Tha old, the young, ths middle aged onita to pralsa HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENFWER. . It la an entirely new scientific dlscorery, combliilm many of the roost powerful and restorative agents in the vegetable kingdom. We hare such confidence In ltt merits, ami ara to sure it will da all we claim for It, that we offer If the Sicilian Hair Rkhswiir dost not givn tnl liftution in all cases when used in tlrict accorj ance with our instructions. IIAt.L'lsl Vegetable Sicilian Half Jtenew. hat proved Itself to he the mot perfect preparal'nr for the Hair ever offered to tlie public. It It a vegetable compound, and containi no Injurious properties whatever. It It not a Dve. It strikes at the Hoots aud fills the glands with'uew life and coloring matler. IT WILL KESTOllK Oil AY 11 A lit T its omaiifAH eoLon. It will keep the Ilatr from falling out. It eleantes the Scalp, and tnahee the llatr SOI-T, IWSTKOVS, AXD SILKEX IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I K nAi-Mwi. old ntnuns should fail to Use it. it recrmmtnilfd and u$ea bu the FJJtST MLD- JCAL AUTHORITY. fir- Ak for Hr.i.' Vioetabli Siciija Haih ItENKWKit, and take no other. The Prnnrletnrn offer the StclUAH HAIR Rk- mkwir to the public, entirely confident ' nnt it will bruit; back the hair to its original color, promote its growth, and in nearly all catea there it lint fallen off will restore it unlets the piwion it very aged. II. F. HALL. & CO. Proprietors. Nashua, If. U t3f- Sold by all DrnggltU. lanl&MW Knwlyj Miscellaneous. ! of ASTROLOGY. The World Astonished AT TUK WIIMDKIIFI L KtVEHTlONli MADE BY THK GREAT A81HOI.OU1BT, Mad. II. -A.. I?errigo. Sh rerpals secret no mortal ever knew. Klie restorer to ImiiniiH'ttt, tiiuku wlio, Inmi iluluiul events, ctttiitroiilit'S, crusnee, in lovu, loss ol iela tions aud l rit-tit I lots ol' money, Ae., hitve beiuuie rlenpomleiit. the biings U'tfc-tl'ier those lontf rein rated, gives iniurmatiuti (.'om evnin gulden t ii iends or loverB, restore lost or stolen proiri-rtv, tllu you tne nusinebs you are 'tent i(uuiim'it ioiiirsno ana in what youwill m most iuur)rtt.),eanet( fiietiiy marriages ami tclln you Uie very tiny you will murry. give you me ounie, uaeneMi aim enartie-terirstl(-n ol' the iieison. she remls your very thoughts, and by her itlinotst gupeintitural poweiH unveila the dark and hidden ui uterus ol Uie fu ture. From the blurs we M-e in the Hi mainent the male lie ttam that overcome or rt tU.nnimte in the eonflguratiou Imni the apeetit ami position of the planetb and the llxed biui in Uie heaven at the time of birth, ho deduce the iuliire. Uevtiny ol' mau. Fail not to tonsu It the gieiiti ist Abtrolo- KiSwoneartn. iteosuyou out a tnne. ami you muy never again have 10 lavoiable an oiKrt uni ty. Couaultatleu lee. with likcniBs anil nil deaired information, $1. l'artits living at a ditlanro ean I'oiiMitt thu Aladame by mail with equnl euictj und atittlaction to themselves, as it iu ueibon. A lull aud explicit ehart, written out, with all inquiries aiibwered auU likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receiptor price above mentioned. The strictest secrecy will henwiiutaiued, and ull correspondence returned or destroyed, iielerences ol' the highest order turnished those (teiriug theni. Write plain ly ineuayoi tne montn ana year inunicu yon were horn, enclosing a small lot k ol hair. Address, mad auk 11. a. j'f.itif itiu, 1. O IIKAWKUm April 13, HW7-tUy-cfi Hikfalo, N. Y. There coraeth glad tidings of Joy to all, To young and to old, to great and to small ; The beauty which once was so uroeious anil rsra Is free lor all, and all may be fair. By the uhc of C HA STELLA ICS WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL, For improving and beautifying the complexion. The most valuable aud perfect preparation in use, lor giving the skiu a beauiiiul pearl liko tint, that is only found In youth. It quickly removes Ian, Freckles, l'iinples, Ulotcl.es, Moth batches, Snllowness, fcruptlons and all impurities ol thu Skiu, kindly healing the Kume, leaving the skiu white uud clear as ulabaster. Its use cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a Teg etable preparation is ienectlyharmlcks. It is the. only article of the kind used by the French, and is considered Ity the Parisian us tndlspeuHable to a peiiect toilet. I pwardsoi .io.ouu bottles were sold during the past year, a sullicient guarantee of its etUcacy. 1'riceonly 76 cents, bent by mail, post paid, on receipt of an order, by ltKlttiKK, bUUTl S A Id., Chemists, April 13, lMKdlvcls bS .tier st.,Tioy, N . Y. AFFLICTED! SUFFER NO MORE!! When by thu use of Dr. JOIN Vltl.K'S KLIXIlt you ran be cured peiniunently, at Irillintt i-ost. The astonisliint; Mu-et-NS whii-h has atteuileil this Inv-.luahlo uieilli-iiio lor I'IijsichI anil er?ous Weakness, Ueneml llebility and I'lxislraliou, Jji.s of Muscular Energy, luipoteiii-.y, or any ol The i'Jiliseuences of ymitliliil indiscretion, renders it the in st valuable preparation ever discovered. It nill remove all nervous alloctioiis.depretsiou, excitement, Incapacity to study or business, loss ol memory, cunlusioii, thoughts of scll-de.trm:-Uon, rears of insanity, Ao. It will restore I lie ap petite, renew the heallh of those Mho have do-siroyi-cl ii by sensual excess or evil practices. l oiiiik ,Mene liumbugKcii no more by "iiiHrk DocUirs" anil ianorant pruetitiunelt, but tend without delay for the Elixir, and be at once re stored to health and happiness. A 1'erfeet l ure Is iruarauteed in every msluucu. I'l-ice.tl.orfour bottles tu oae address, tine bottle is sulUcieiit ui efleet a cure in all ordinary ruses. ALSO, Ull. JOIN Vll.l.fc'tt KI'Kt.HIC l'll.I,8, lor the speedy and permanent euro of Oouorruca (ileet, I'rethral Ili-i hnrKi-s, l.ravel. hli icluil- uuif all alluctionsof tlie kidneys ami Bbulder. Cuiet eirecteil lo from one to live ilajs. 'ihey are pre pared from veKilableextriicis that are harmless on I he system, und never nuliseute the stomurh or iinprc Ktiate the brenth No clmi.no of diet is nec essary while ii.ii.h them, nor does their actiou iu any maimer inlerluie w ith business pursiills. Iric.e, $1 per box. Either of the aliove-mentioned articles w ill l0 sent ui any ad.lii-ss. elos.-lv sealed, and pott-pald, by mail or express, nu receipt ol price. Addrest ordel-s lo 111-. It!. Ell, hll l; i"l s A IU., Cliemislt, April IS, lsindlycls x4 ltiver st.,'irov, N. V. CRISPER COMA. Oh I she wasl-eautltul and fair, uli ktarry eves and radiaut hair, hote cm iinjf teudi ils soft, entwined, fcuchatued thu very heart aud luiud. CltlSPKH COMA, For Curling; the Hair of either Sex into Wavy and Olotsy Bingleti or Heavy Massive Curls. Jy usinr this article Ladies and Ceutlemea eau beuuliiv tbciuselves a thoiiand fold. It is th only article in the world that will curl straight hair, and at the same lime give it a beautiful, glossy appearance. The t rUper Coma not unly curl thu hair, but invigorates, beatitlties and cleanses it; is highly and delightfully periumed, and is the inokt iimidte article of tbe kind i-vp offered to the Americaii puhlie. The Crlsjer Coma will bu sent to any address, sealed aud uusu paid lor $1. Address all 4irders tn H . ii tliAKH iX Lo .ciiemists, No. S West Favutte street. April 18, lWT-dlyois Huadini, H.