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KKITt.U AND l-Clll.lltllKD BY ROBINSON 6c BIIEWARD. Office, 110 Xaia it., bet. 3d tod Market. DAYTON, OHIO, Monday, - - - May 13, 1867 More Radical Threatenings. Ttio prople of Kcnturky arc jjruvitly tlirexU'iii'd with a liorile of military mmt and inliiorn of ttit-ir rM':ir ami civil rola tome, for having aliiflWI off tlm Itiull'-nl -UW-iiie wliWh sought n lionic In their mlilst, In thp prrsoinorConjfro.HtinpnorthpFrocil hhmi'ii lliircan imtuiiIoii, ruritaniral Itln- prnnl. &c. In a word, they rhose to turu thi-lr State over to tho care of thelh'iiirx racv, lix-allv and nationally. The Clniiiuiatl timette lias taken the load In thl jraino of Intimation. Suincduya since It intimated that should lr. IIklm be elected (.overnor, in the coining Anoint, hv the DeinocracT, a Conjrrrivlmini Inter ference will deny him the olliclal Ksitlon. It now Eocsa little further lime the State hn elected, by such larjje iiniJorltle. the lull ('oncressional delegation and urgci that Kentucky mint come under military domination ; and. like the ten ,iitiiili"i, of Virginia, tlie Carolinian, Louisiana, Ac., In ruled by Mich Dhouhler-tra tlatrtHien n Shi kiuax, SciioiiK.lt hihIOko. Maintain- ing that the national government recog nizee no such uenirninhii'al distinction In liability a Stale line.', and that. In short a Kentucky l lmpclc-wlv 1 leniocratle, fongivsH bliould interixxe. "What Is the lcmeily 'I" it ivks. and then nildsi "The name that we have applied to the rebellion in the other State, to jn.-t null mi extent, iim imiv tie nccexsai v. First, ad cuuate military 'protection tor persons and property, and all civil rights ugaiimt the oppression and denial of justice by the re bel control of the legal powers. Second, the disqualification of rebels by actof Con gress, lor all National and Statu otllces. iliirii. tin enfranchisement of the blacks everywhere by act of l ''ingress, the He redity of this' measure to create a loyal voting people, is as great in Kentucky as In anv other rebel Slate. Congress has the fame ixiwer to otHbltah the InunliUo by direct act that it has to require the State to establish It as a condition ul restoration. In this there are three propositions, which the I.ouiaville Courier thus consid ers: The Hist Is to establish a military des potism in the interest of radicalism, under the pretext of protecting the minority in rights in w hich they are as absolutely un molested as the majority ; the second Is to disfranchise three-fourths of the white ititn of Kentucky, for, be it observed. In Radical parlance the terms rebel and Democrat are synonymous: and the third isto create In Kentucky "a loyal voting population," by enfranchising the negroes. Such Is the plan proposed by this organ to make Ken tucky a Hadical State. Because Ken tuckians adhere to the Constitution and the Government the fathers gave them; be cause, appreciating the despotic and bale ful tendencies of Jacobinism, they have ar rayed themselves against It, they mo tlm threatened by this Radical editor. While at present the Kadleal Congress will not dare to adopt any such attitude to ward a State which has never, in any way, sundered her connection with the Federal Uoveriiinent, agthe(dlfe in the ravings its malicious anger advises, yet Is the artl ele before us well calculated to set people to reflecting, not only upon the lamentable condition to which the Radical party lias brought the country, but upon the inevita bly destructive tendency of that Infamous proscriptive organization. The animut the Uazelle is that of its party; and Radicalism be not speedily checked. It will not be long before such measures as those epoken of w ill actually be adopted against all the States w here a majority of the peo pie are not ready to fall down and worslili at the shrine of Tiiad. Stkykns beginning first, probably, w ith Connecticut and Ken tucky. In view of so great an impending evil, It Is the solemn duty of every man who prefers the Government of Washing ton and Jkkfkkson to a miserable negro Yankee despotism, to strengthen the arm of Democracy, as much as he possibly can for the salvation of the country. Grin and Bear It. When the "Mack Kepublicans obtaine national ascendancy they found that Democracy had been running the Govern incut machine, at tin expense of less eighty millions. Tills dignitied pile of was seriously complained of, by opponents, as conclusive proof of profliga cy in spending the people's money. It most passes credence, that the debt which Black Republicanism fastened oil country, in the six years of its manage ment, now stands at the mountain higlit in round mini hers, two uioiband six iiun- ldtKl) AN D KOKTY-TWO MILLIONS tllC lllter- tit alono on which being a greater than the entire expenses of the Govern ment wheu administered by the Democ racy. The Increase of National expenses, Radical rule, are plainly set forth, in following array of olliclal figures: Itll-lirul SlS.iM.H'W !(1.MM.t14 IH.lf4.llll !il 4i,axs J-)S7,ll.l!i Iiemocrat. AHHr..i . . i nti.ain . . 9uii.vi.uin . . S,h.V.,ltMll . . lti,.'.W."U . ll.alJ.lWJ Civl. service .. . . Foreign into -couse Al:ccilaiici:t Interior liepartmeilt Wa. ilepurliyeu t. . . . Navy liepartiueiit... Tola' $,aw,4W Here, then. It Is iliowu that tlie Radical rulers exact from the people thret hundred and tirentu-teren million eight hundred mud ilullara more, for the last year of management thaii did tho Democracy the lust year of theirs. Jeed It be why Ihe people are becoming restive the lash of Jacobiu rule and the inexorable compulsions of their tax-gatherers? Pin IN a PoF.A Washington dispatch gives Hon. Uoukkt 3. W amuck, former of the Treasury, the authority the statement that Russian America ottered to the United BUtea, under administration, for nothing, and refused The Russian Consul, at New York, that the failure of the Fur Company dored the territory a real incumbrance UussJa, and that the opportunity of throw lug off the burden will be felt as a great lief. y No good reason can be urgixl for admission of negroes to equal rights in irnvnrmnent VV hlch will not apply to di,, if oti.a law should know no the truism applies as well to tho red as to the black. Palladium. Certainly t aud to the Chinaman, and Malay. Hell-Demons losse!—The Fruits of Jacobinism. Wo copy the following from the Mobtlo Time of the 2d Inst. At a wood-yard, situate about 10 miles from the city, at a plantation known as the ..ri.fe.. Korks." on Do river, half a mile up the south fork, and about seven miles from the Dog Itlver Factory, lives Mr. Kred. lYtert, an olit man over nixiy-nvr a in of age, w hose tanitiy consists oi I re and four children. u Saturday last, at about 7 o'clock In the evening, a negro niaii known as .lain, ketchuui came to the place and asked many inii-Ktiniis of the hands as to their numbers. their quarters, and whether there were any dons on the place. 1 he negroes to whom ne ikkb uiu hoi. however suspect anv thing wrong in the fellow, aud retired to their quarters as early as usual. .... At elirht o clock that same nlglil four negroes appeared on the place, where, as in old time, and when perfect security igued in the land, thcUoorsanU window ere unbarred. The negroes at once rushed on the family. and threateningly demanded from Mr. I'eters his money, lie liamleil llieiu all lie hail about himself, three dollars and a half, but the negroes Insisted that he had more concealed, and legan to search for It. tear ing aud breaking up bed furniture, presses, and finally finding their attempts nnsuc- ssl'ul. violently laid hands on Mrs. Teters, and took from her person thirteen hundred dollars, part In gold and part in currency. Then they proceeded to ransack the w hole louse, robbing 11 ! an provisions, uicai, andlcs, Ac. And now commences the tragedy one lietoie which Immunity shudders Willi horror. A young girl. Just twelve ears and two months old, Is brutally assaulted by the irgcst of those brutes; tne most odious iolciice is attempted iiihui the innocent hihl. and we cannot relate it further- but the knife of the heartless monster Is idled In to aid the satisfaction of bis tero- ious passions. The unfortunate victim passes Insensible from the arms of one to those of two of his brutal companions, while the last of them commit llku violence on tne innominate mother or the dying girl. And the father! shot at three times, knocked Into a corner of the room, a loaded pistol presented at bis breast, he Is made the terrified witness of the disgrace of his umily. The oilier children, one a gin 01 seven ear of age, are the victims of a like brutal treatment. That little elrl Is. with imprecations. dashed against the wall; theboysare raised olfthe grouud by the hair and kicked until insensible, or bung ty me neeis to iimee them tell where more money can be found. In tine, after four hours of revelry and riot. amid blood, plunder and carnage, the mon- . . . ! .1... .......... .. 1. ...( ami siers reine iroui m cuc m iVi ni'iLii Inward the swainlis. The remainder of that nomine nigni was passed without any assistance being brought to the trembling Inmates of the desolate home, and when daylight broke in upon the fearful scene, the hands, uion approaching the premises, discovered the uleeding aim uucousciou vicious. The Status of 1861. of of if Mr. Swahi, as Secretary of State, thus wrote officially, on the 22d of April, 1801. to Minister Dayton, at ran, compare hat he said then with what Radical has run the country Into since, and no com ment will be needed : I need not further elaborate the proo- sltion that the revolution Is without cause; it has not even a pretext. It Is just as clear that it is without an object. Moral and physical causes have determined inflexibly thi character of each one of the territories over w hich the dispute has arisen, and both parties after the election nariuoniousi) agreed to all the federal laws required for their organization, a no territories m io- maln in all respects tne same, wueiuvr in revolution shall succeed or fall. There Is not even a pretext lor the complaint thai the disaffected States are to be conquered by the United States if the revolution fails ; lor the rights oi tne mates, aim me cuum tion of everv beinir ill them, will remain subject to exactly the same laws and forms or administration, wueiiier vue lennuiiwn shall succeed or whether it shall fail. In the one case, the States would be federally connected with the new confederacy; In the other, they would, as now, be members of the United States; hut their Constitu tions and laws, customs, habits and insti tutions, in either case, will remain the same." A New Trade for California. the than California is now shipping: grain to the Atlantic States. In the last three months she has sent a half million of dollars worth of flour to New York. Noting this fact, the New York Expreat says : We have snokeu of this Importation of Lalliornia gram at tins aim outer numiut mrts its an anomaly, anil so it is. o mat ter how abundant may be the yield of our cereals In the coming Harvest, it is more than probable we shall continue to tiraw iui Ciilit'oriila for siiunlies. Our rat; cur rency and the inflated prices which come of the rags can notcomiiete witn ner nun est gold and her liouest gold values. fig ures our al the of, sum under the INltl. l.M.HK UIM.,01 US thou- their for asked under Sec retary for was rom'i says reu to tJTThe following waif is afloat: "Dissolve the Union, you infamous vll li.it.a iil altnll imike. thia nrooosition at once to Louis Napoleon, a moat sagacious . .. ..l.l ... xr....,, monarcu, ami ne vvoiiiu quurter m. ui- leaus 'JU0.(s Frenchmen ; on the cnesa- neake. '2U0.IIO0 more : we would then com mini r.heMisHissiinlVallev.whlutheXorth western states into our noutnern v ouieu' eracy, anU wo would then turn upon tne Xew Kiurianu oiaics, aim cause toe nuin enne of civil war to raife and sweep lrotn Mason and Dixon s line to the cou nsiieries of Maine, until we would extinguish the last Abolition foothold oil tlie continent America. What vile, audacious Copperhead probably such loyal organs as the Day ton Journal will snappishly Inquire" paternity to this llerce invective 1 Could itle Jr.vr. Davis? or Vali-anhhiium ? lK.Di.KTON I1 orSnYMOUR? No! Wliothenf Bbowni.ow! Ah! That refined gentleman, that Christian parson, that unadulterated, loyal patriot! Well, we thought so ! tSfln reply to the charge of tho New York Trt'luiie, that several of the Demo cratic Congressmen-elect from Kentucky had beeu In the Confederate Army, a Ken tucky exchange says: iTiiia atjiieiiient of the trreat Radical gan Is characteristically veracious. Tho only one of the candidates elected who was ever in either army Is Major Adams, and he was in the federal tervtce. ra- Wendell l'liillilis. who boasts h devoted eighteen vcars of lils life In tempting to overthrow the Constitution and to break up the Union. Is a "loyal man. aud a leader of the Radicals. And Grkkliy, wiio once apostrophized the American flag with " Tear down that Haunting lie I" Is iiow tlie chief organ of " Union defend ers." re the the In- race. race Jap unese I). V. POTTLE. . 'Horse Shoeing Shop, COB. BT. CLAIK AND THIRD BT., DATTOM, Baring established my shop at me shuts loca tion. I will lire particular attention to snoring horses that Taterfere. or are trouiueu wiv uuaisw ., ii..,....i. anil ekniM-.kuiir." liner nnuisi ', iivu. . rente satisfaction on ail work. Charge! reason aula pro, "el-Mai Checks, receipts. Ac Woatlyprlulslaltks .sU"lKIC STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE PLATFORM ADOPTED. JANUARY 8TH, A. D. 1867. RESOLUTIONS. 1. li'tnltrd. That the Democracy of Ohio steadfastly adhere to the principles of the party as expounded by the lathers, mid ap proved by experience; that In accordance with these principles o declare that the Federal Government Is a government of limited powers, and that it possesses no (lowers but such as are expressly, or by necessary implication dclepned toil in the federal tonstilul Ion ; that another powers are reserved to the states or the people; that a strict construction ol the Constitu tion Is inilism'iisable to the preservation of the reser veil rights of the Stales nml Un people; that all grants ol imwer to Govern ment. hcthcr Mate or Federal, should he strictly construed, because all such grants alirulgc the natural rights ot men ; that the preservation of the equality and right of the States aud the rights of the people is necessary to the preservation of the Union; that the Federal Government Is unfitted to legislate furor adin In if ei tlie local concerns ol the States; (hat it would be monstrous that the local all'aii s of Ohio should he regu lated by a Federal I 'ongrcsslu which she ha hut two Senators, and tins New F.iiiaud States, w ith hut a little greater population, have twelve; that the tendency of the Fed eral Government Is to usurp the reserved rights of the States and of tlie people ; and that, therefore, a centralization of power in its hands is an ever pending danger. That such an abs irptiou o power would, w hile it lasted, he destructive of the liberties and interests of the people, and would end either in despotism or a destruction of the Union ; that a. National debt, besides im poverishing tlm iM'ople, lusters an undue Increase ol the powers of the Federal Gov ernment ; that high protective tariffs have a like cBect, sacrilicing the Interests of the many for the emoluments of the lew, and plainly violating the equity and spirit of tlie Constitution ; that the collection nnd disbursement of enormous revenue by the Federal Government have the same ten dency, beside corrupting the Government, and that, therefore, economy Is essential not only to the prosperity, but also to the liberties ol the ieopli ; that unequal tax ation is a plain violation of justice, ot v, hich no Government can safely be guilty. That to cue 1 1 state belongs the right to determine the qiialllicatlou of Its electors, and all attempts to impair this right, either by Congression,il legislation or Constitu tional amendment, are unwise 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 it authority by usurpation, nnd therefore government needs to be w atched ; that another of its tendencies is to govern too much unnecessarily and vexatiously interfering with the business and habits (if the people; that the irecdoiuoi speech and of the press is essential to tlie existence of liberty : that no person not in the military or naval service, or in the bounds where martial law legitimately prevails, cuu law fully be deprived of life, liberty or projier tr, without due process, of civil law; that tlie court should always be open for the redresgof grievances; that no ex post facta law should be made; that the right of the people to peaceably assemble and consult upon public affairs is inviolable; that the military should he held in due subjection to the civil power; that while the major ity, as prescribed by the Constitution, have the right to govern, the minority have In defeasible rights; nnd that n frequent re currence to first principle is essential to the welfare of the State and the people. 2. Jleiul veil. That the States lately In re bellion are States in the Union, and have been recognized as such by every depart ment ot the Government, ami by i'resl ol Is or at dent Lincoln, who, in the midst of the war. invited them to elect members of t oncrress by I'resiilent Johnson, in various procla mations anil olliclal acts; by Cotiirress, which permitted Andrew Johnson to ait in tlie MMiate as n Meimtor trom lenncssce and members from Virginia, Tennessee and Louisiana to sit In the House of ltepre sentatives alter these States had seceded and while the war was being carried on, and which liirther rccngiiicil them States in the Union by the Congressional apportionment act providing for their due representation in l ongrcss; ny various tax laws, and especially bv the direct tax by the resolutions nubiiiitting amendments to the Miiisiiiuiioti lor tneir approval, ami by various other acts unit resolutions Un parting tlie same recognition ; all of which were passed since the attempted secession ot those states, ny the Jiniicinrv oi the United States, which holds Federal Courts in all those States, and especially by the Sunreinc Court, which entertains iuri.-die tlon of cases coining from them, which could not do were they not in the Union That being thus in the Union, they stand on an equal looting with their sister States states with unequal rignts neing a thing unknown to the Constitution ; that, by the express terms ol the constitution, each State is entitled to have two Senators ami due proportion of Representatives in the Congress, and to vote in all elections I'resiilent nml V lce-presiuent ; that, though these rights are subject to interruption a state of civil war, they can not, in time peace, be suspended, much less destroyed, without a plain violation oi the constitu tion ; that Cougrews has no Kivver to de- Drive a Slate ol Its reserved rignts, reduce It to a Territorial condition : that therefore the exclusion, by tlie Bo-cullcd" Congress, of all representation lrom States, the proposed exclusion of those States, from all voice In the next Presiden tial election, tlie threatened overthrow their Sttite Governments and tlie reduction ot their States to the condition of territor ies, are each and every one of them uncon stitutional, revolutionary and despotic measures, destructive not merely ol O rightK ol thnse Stiitca.lmt nlsn ol' tlie rights of everv other State iu the I'liimi. those measure are imrts ol a jilan to nullity the Constitution, virtually overthrow State tioveriiinents, to erect a consolhliitt'd ilfs(Kitisni on their ruins; nnd to estahlish anil iiei'iietuatc a tyrannical rule oi a minor ity over a majority of the American ple. That the people cannot, without loss of their liherties, prosperity anil honor, submit to such n result ; anil we, therefore, in the lioiie that the Nvarnliu; will heeded, anil the danger to our situations peaceably averted, tlo solemnly warn advocates of the plan, that It will be submitted to. 3. ltit'derd. That Ciiiilmoss Is not omnipotent law-inakinif power. That Constitution provider that no hill shall come a law w ithout, lite approval ot President, unless It be passed bv two-thirds of each House ot Contfress. J Hat one theobiects of the present so-called jtrej in excluding States from representa tion, Is lo pass uuis uy a iwo-iiuius which, were all the States represented, could not so pass; and thus to virtually abolish the constitutional provision ntore said. That II this precedent be acquiesced iu, there will he liothluu; to prevent a majority of Congress, at any time In future, from iiullifylnn the constitutional veto of the I'resiilent ami usiirpliiif uncoil trolled legislative power, by un exclusion of the minority from their scats. the exclusiuu. of eveu lu a State, inijtht lve this control, nml a for such nn exclusion would not wanting to un unscrupulous una revolt! tlonary party, st. Hnmlvvil. That the neoiile. aud esoecl ally those of the agricultural States, suffered too lonir the exuctlongoriiiirli tective tarllTs, and as the representatives of nn agricultural nnd laboring population, we demand that their substance shall longer he extorted front them lu order till the pockets of Kiislern monopolists. K. n,Ml,ud. That uneiiiial taxation contrary to the M ret principle of justice n4 sound policy, and we eall upon Governments, Federal and State, to use all necessary Constitutional means to remedy this evil. 0. HtMolrtil, That the Radical majority III tlm so-called Congress have proved them selves to be In lavor of Neirro SiiO'rnira hv forcing it upon the people of the District oi t oiumnia against their almost unani mous wish, solemnly expressed atJhc polls, by forcing It uimn the people of all the Territories, ami by their various devices to coerce the people of the South to adopt It; that w e 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 eonllict of races. 7. llfiilrtit. That lor all their efforts to uphold the Constitution wo tender to the I'resiilent and to the majority of the. Judges ol' the Supreme Court of the United States our hearty thanks. H. HrnAred. That we are In favor of a Democratic Convention of delegates from nil the States, to beheld at such time and place a may be agreed iimiii, and that the State Central Committee be authorized to concur with other urouer committee In fixing time and place, and that wo prelcr Louisville, Ky as the place. II. Jtenutrnt, That the Democratic news papers or Ohio deserve our earnest and lib eral support, and that an early nnd thorough organization of the party is indispensable. RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. Errors of Youth. A tcontleiimn who sun"ireU lor yoart from terr ousiluullit) , piouititini) decay, anil all tho effects of youllilut IniliKrt tnin.wlll, lor Ihesakoof suf fering' humanity, scud free to all who need II, the recipe anil directions for making the simple rem edy by which he wascured. Sufferers wishing; to rollt by Hie advertiser's esperlence, vau do to hr addressing. In perfect conlldcnre. JOHN B. OGDKN, 41i Cedar Street, Sow Nork. May 1, lwrc ilTwlyr p4co ny To Consumptives. 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Mudumu Thornton iuiiiettBus such wonderful pow urxofsecoud Right, ul t3 ouable bur to impart kuuwlcdgti of the tfrtMitott importance to the sin Kie or marriud of uithurttex. Whijolu a statu trance, fcho Uulineatci the very features of pur tion you are to marry, and by the aid of an ij btruiutnit oi ititcuHu puwer, known as tne rsy chutuutrupe, guuruntees to produce a life-like pio- turu nf the luluru husband or wife of the appll ant, toKethur with ilute of marrlnKOi position life, leading Lrails of character, Ac. This Is humbug, as thousands of testimonials can aHsert she will sl'ikI, when desired, a certified certificate, ur written guarantee, that the picture is what pur(jrw to he. K y enclosing a email lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age, disposition, complexion, ami enclosing fifty cents and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive tho picture and desired Information by return mail. All coiiununi. alions sacredly confidential Address in confidence, Madams K. K. Thornton, IM. Ho IKS. Hudson, . Y. apfi'ffT.llycfi a ijougn, a uoia, A Sore Throat, Uttqi'IKKS IMMEDIATE ATTKN TION. ANDHItOUl.D BKCUKCkKD It ALLOWED TO OONTINL'K, Irritation l tael.atttja Fermtaent 'I'ltroat unfllei Ifl OFTEN THK RKHl'LT. BROWN'8 BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having aUirectiulluenceto the iarU, OIVK IMMKUUTB KK.L1KK. tor Bronchitis, Aalhina, ('trrh, Con sumptive aad Throl DUeaseB, Trouhusare uexl with always (oo4 tticcett. hlNUKIUANLI PUBLIC bl'fcAKKKo willlluU 7Voew imofulln oleaiing the voice thWen bufore Bulging or Hpeaklng, and rttlievlug the throat rtor an uuutualeiertlou ofthe ornnnt. The Track are recommended and by I'hyslciant, and tiave had testimonials from eminent men throughout the country. an article of true merit, and having yromti etneacy by ft teat of many years, each year them in new looalltlet in various uartt of world, and the TVocAss are universally pronounced licttcr than other articles. Obtain ouly "BKUWN'H UKUNt HIAL TRO C11KS," and do not take any of the WortKUtt that may be offered. tsulit every-whereia the United states, aud uuutt pur box. uuWAlwem Special Notices. MKIUCAIi NOTICE. HI, K. f?o ft IK nay be consulted follows : In DAYTO tti Phillips llouiie, on Ifrlitsyt, Si'l'l U, I let. IB; Ner 1.1; lleo. S; Feb. 1 J March ft; April 11 Hit H;. I II lie HI In 1 ttor kt the Murrit Itotias, on Sulurclnrs Sept IS; lletKI; Nli l; llne.SV; KtbH; Msrch ; A ii-ll IS; Ms, IB: Juno ti In X K.N I A at ihe liiqmt hiding Home. on Thurs liars, Sept. IS; Ort IS; Knv.M; lice. Ilj Jan. HI; Miri li 1; A lull II; al nr IS ; June to. In HI'HlSiiUKl.li al the Willis Home, on Tliiir.'Uvi. Hfiit.JO; Ocl R; Nor. W; Jan.ti Kuli. 1; Man ll I I, April IB; May 13; Juno HI. Ilr. CONK ha hail nfllrck in each of the abnre plaroa, Unit ha hat reaularly rUltail for tha pant even yeuti. and i he ha truatoil and cured many ralienU, in vaiih of tha above plaevf, he can alve Iho Iwil of rutcrtincet In eaeli ilai al to hit skill. Ilr. I'ONK Treat anil Luiua all rarleliea nf I hriinlc flmeasc, Inrluilinr thoae of the Eve and Kitr; makes no charge fur cons tiltatlon t but if most, r. noronntiii nimnniireireataiuul.neuliarifet C'anh fur his Medicines. Medicines that will Instanatlrntfrom fonrtoslx mouths, cost from Kire to Thirty dollars, in ;ah Address: Dr. K CONK, COLUMBUS, OHIO. ocSO-dly 1 IIKW PKUFflK FOB THK BlWDsvEBfOIKF, Fbaltm "Kfisjlsl ItlMtaias Ctirwas.' " Night MlMsallsg t'eresl.." "Night BlMntlng Certme." ' Night Blssaiiai t'aresie." nrighl IIlMtttiag Cereus." A tnnrt ptqnulte. delicate, and Fragrant Perfume, ilisil ltl fruiu tha rare ene twauunil Auwsf frsm wlnob It takes Its suss. alanutaclurpA only by PI1AI.OX HON, New York. BKWARG Or COUNTERFEITS. ASK FOH PH ALOM'8 TAKE NO OTQKR. (JylSdMWraweewly 40 Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia Is tho most popular HAIli UKSTOlt ATI VK of tho day. It is cleaner, mnro richly perfumed, and is warranted to restore, gray hair to Its natural color; ttop Its coming off; remove dandruff from the scalp, and prevent baldness. Koad the follow lug hotu testimony : sjaaririt-'ATK. The following is to oortifv that I hare utcd RIND'S VKUKTAIIl.K A M lillO.SlA fur the past six months, aud I nave louuu lu It all that IB claimed for it to perform. M v bead has been near ly bald lor several years v. ill la. safe in saying for si x years, at least auu liy aiinenug to tne inrec tions iu the i se of the A Milltusl A. I am proud to sav that I notr bare a lino growth of healthy hair. wniist an omer restoratives nave lauen. i can also testify as to Its qualities in restoring gray hair to Its oriif inal color, having teen it tested by my must iiilimaie friends. I know it to be supe nor to ail otner restoratives, wtiatiuo snow know lrom experience, in reference to iu proper ties, and would recommend it to all as being the nest article in maraes. iv St. js. iiirrAKU, J Day tun, Ohio, August St, I 0e. K. M.TltllllM ft co.,lrop,f,Peterboro,S.lI. For sale by all Druggists in Dayton, and every where. Dr.U, W.nEWAHT, au'JodawSm Wholesale Agent, layton, O. THE iniHEH ABLIOW. MISQUIDKD AND UNl'ofrTlJN ATE YOl'NQ MKS I'ussysol Warning and Inetructlan far Vonna; Ulen who hare abused their phys ical powers, or wasted I heir tubttance in rlotout liviug, andfallen rlctims todiseuse, with Reports on tho Howard treatment nnd cure. Sent In sealed letter envelopes, tree of charge. Address nr..i ssii.i.i.1 iiouuillUM. liewam Assecia. tiiiu, I'ltiiudelphia, l'a. JanlldawSm Mrs.WINSI.0W, An ovptirlonceil NurM and Foinulb Pbyniclan, I'renenti to th& Attention of Mother tyf SOOTHING SYRUP 1 For Children Teething:, Which greatly facil.tt.itit tha procont f teething, tiyoittiiiing the gum,reluulnff allinfluromatloDi, will ullay ALL IAIN auU . pun modi c actiua.ituaii Sure to Regulate the Bowels, Depend upon it, mothers, It will give rest to your 4,. telretand Relief and Health to Your Infante We have put up and told t hit article for over 80 years, aud can satin oohvidbncs and truth of it what we hare never beeu able to any of any other incdiclnu NHVSH 111 it pailkd in a eimulk in stance to xrrgCT a CCBk, when timely used. Never did we know an instance of dlstatltfactlon by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak iu terms of commendation ol its magical etfects and medi cal rlrtuet. We speak in thlt matter"WHAT WI do knuw," after HO yeurt' experience ; and rLlDul Ot'K ItkPCTATION S-UH TUK VU'.riLLHKNT or what II Dkc't.AHK. In almostevery Instance where the lnl'aut is still'eriug from pain and exhaustion, re lief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes aliei tne syrup is annuuistereu. Full directions for usiugwill accompany each bottle. Noue geuuine unless the fac-slmlle of CUKTIS I'KKKINS.New York, it on the outside wrapper. Isold by all uruggitts throughout tne world. PRICE. ONLY 35 CIS. PER BOTTLE alMdawom House Furnishing Goods. Y oi the in no It and DECEMBER 6. 1866. O AEPETS1! House Furnishing Goods or when vocal pre scribed Being their nndt the Imt tallom lor ei)tuCou&tiies,ai96 Van Ausdal, Harman & Co., Aro now offering, at reduced pricei, full lluot KNGLISII AND AM EK I CAN CA RPETING.S, Of ALL. KINItSI. a-4, 3-4, 4-4, 6-4, 0-4 Coir and Cane Mattings, Manilla untl Straw MattiiiKs. A FULL STOCK OF Curtain Reps, f err. s, druggets, Crumb Cloths, Piano Covers, Blankets, &c, &c. Which we will tell ut prices to suit customers. A largo stock of 1-4, 9-4, 10-4 linen and Cotton Sheetings, Pillow Casiivgs, Counterpane 8, Towels, Napkins, Doylies, Furniture Dimity, ir. Bought since the decline aud will be sold cheap, AM ELEGANT STOCK Plain and Gilt Window Shades, Window Shades, all Widths And Colors Just, opened, a splendid line of now style STAMPED GILT WALL PAPERS, Common H all Papers, Decorative Paper Hangings. VAN AISDAL, HARMAN ft CO., mtndly 74 main tire.i House Furnishing Goods. Medical. af.QciAr'Hl'' ifivH ITS TTTROT IB 1TI I It A c u l. o t; s . TIM old, Ul young, tli m'M'.e aged uaita to pralsa HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. It U a entirely n1r telnti(lo disrortry, annAiiilm many of the ruont powerful nnd rettoratlvn ugetils lu tha vtgttaote ttngaom. V hava nch coufldanca In its mnrits, nhd nrs to sure It will do nil we claim fur It, that va cllar 1,000 Howard ir lha SintLiA Haib Ekubwbb does not giro sat isfaction In all cum wlisu utd iu strict accorj anca wita our instructions. HA1.IS - Vegetable Sicilian Ifair Iienctvct has provad Itself to he Ihe mnt perfVat prepant'or for the Hair ever offered to the public, It Is a vegetable compound, and contains 0.0 Luxurious properties whutover. It it not a Dv. it strikes at luo Hoots nnd tint the glands witli new lite uod evkit ing waller. XT WU.I. MKSTOIW .AY V4JH Ta ITS VK1(J1.AL tOLOlt. It srMI keep tht Hair from falling oat. It clramrl lie Scalp, and sitnfte file Hair MOfT, LVSiJtOVS, A.XD 8IT.KF.X IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I Mrt mnaii nA or vannr shoui.f f:lrt In It. A it rtarmmm'lrd un uttd by the FlhSr MI.U- ICAL AUTHORITY. , . ty- Ask for IUll'i Veoftabi.k fitcn.MN Baim Kenewek, and take ho other. Tha Pmnrletore offer the SiclLlAIt JlAtlt l?r- stbwbb to the public, entirely coutideut '.'.iat it will bring oacB uie BBtr to its ongina. -uiw, i""'""' mnth .,..1 in iiuarlr all i'iisoj There It has lullen off will restore it unlets Ilia pw)U a very oged. II. P. HALL & CO. Proprlftfors, AWtua, If. H-jy- Sold by all Druggiite. . -'. lauibMU t awly - Miscellaneous. ASTROLOGY. The World Astonished AT THK WONDtltt't'L lUSVKLATlONB MA UK DY THK Olth-'AV AHIKOI.OOIHT, Mad, ;A, i If erriyo. hha raveal tec reuiio ailtrtul cvtir' liu-w. Shu res lores to haiiDiiiehM 11.iu u ho. liom iloUlnl events, catavtropht's, croNrn in love, lo!b ui j tioufi aim memia, 1oikoi inuU' V, tvc.imve neroino despondent, hhe bi ihft tnnrt fit-r ll.oo lonrf nea rated, given Information roiiurnl.ifi' uhiciit irluuil or lovers, restores lost or stolen property, tell you tue builuetfi you are 'njt iiuuiiiii-u to puiMie tiini lu what you will be inottsucce!liil,iuu!i Iet.dy marriayo and telU you the very tny )ou wilt marry, gives you mo name. Tiirrnrw nxniejiaiH:- terintii'n ol' the person, im roaflit juni' ci thoutjhti, and by tier uUnoCtfJuporuMtiirnl powein unve.li the dm li. and hiaut'U uiktci iLb oi ihe 111 turo. From the tui8 we see in ihe ftrmnnient the malefic slurs Unit overcome or prehniiii)iiU' in the conflguruljou iroai (tie it-pt. ujh! otniioii of tbe planetit and tho 11 xed Ktiii h in tin' Jicitvc.m ut the timo of buth,r.h(- .lediiet-uic-iuun- ut-Miny of man. Fail not to coii&iili tin- nitintf-.t Atiiolo Klstuneaiin. Jt eoBit you hut a ii-mi. unt joii may never ukaiu hnve ho luvorttblu an opporliiui ty. Coiibiiltiitu u leo, v, iih liLi-m bs .iitid.iUi dtMiud iulorniution, fl l'artiB HvinRirt a iHiitim-e etiu coniult the Mud Jim bv ntuil v ilh Kuiil Kaiitjnl satibt'action to tliemsel vv, an il in peiwu. - A hill and eiplicitcbart, wijiu-n ouL, iih uil iutjuUH's aUbWertMl aou iiiietieD! eurioneu, ucm uy muii on receipt of pfice above mentioned. The MrU-st teureny will bemaintaluud.and ail eorrekpondeore returned or destrued. Hul.ieni'( ot tlw1 bi(:liet order furnifcbed Uiou desiring litem. M'file plain ly the duy of tlie month and year In which yon were born, enclosing a small lu (i liair; - Address. iiALiAMI il.iA.d'ikitUiGO. . k. O. iniAWEB 'XJ, April 1, 1867-dly-cf. . iiLti-ALu, N. V. There Cometh glad tftllhi?" if j'tj W all, ) j To youiiK and lo olil, to tgri'tt anil lu siuull ; Ttio beauty which onoo wassu precious tfuif rum. Is free, tat all, anil tUl tuuf lv fair. , By tlie use of - - - CltASTELLAli'd W H ITE LIQUID E 1ST A. MEL, Kor Improviufir and iieuutifyhtg the complexion. jne ntotit vuiuuuu' aim pvneci prepnruiion iu use, lor giving the Hkln a heautiiiti pettii liKo tint, that it ouiy found iti youth. It quiokly remove lun. Freckles, l'implus, lllotrlios, Moth l'ait h(n, Sallownebs, Frupiioim. unav nil inipurHUs of iliu Skin, kindly healing the tsauie, leaving the skin white and clear us uliihat4ir. ilh tire cuiiiioi he deieutd by the ebt txifiitinv, $n -being a vck- etaoie preparaiion 11 1'er.wiiy itui um'., 11 is um ouly urtiileof I lit kind used by (bo Fieuch.uud it considered by the l'arthtn n lmllniinb) to a perieci loiict. upwaroioi au.ow uot-ites wiuiuiu duriiiK the post year, u Kulliutiyjit guiani:c of iu olui uy iuuii, poti- eilii-iicv. I'rice oiilv 'It ci ntK Dttia. on reci'iitt oi un orae r. dt UK Hutu, bltull 8 a iXt.t ( htmlvet, April U, ltittldlyuls ltivr fUi roy, IS. i . oi AFFLICTED! , SUFFER NO MORE I ! WhfU liT llio tue of Ur. JOIN VIlJ K'S El, 1X1 It yuu cun lu cured pt?nnnnciitly, ut tinliti i vsi. 1IIU UALUUlMllllg kllLiUMv WIHIU UUa ti L UvJVll 1,11 la tuvt. I Hietliutnu lor rbtCtu) ui4- Mfrvnim Wtakiithi..Ot'i.L'rul l-icbilitv Mini l'iOhti hIjuii. J.om ol' M uitculur Aufigy, IiHiHJttiicy, ur any ul tliu cuustqiieuvfi oi yuiuiiiui .imtAt-ruimn, i i-nuei 11 tliu iiKitit vtiluttbltj tiruimriittou uviu (tmoiiTt ri il. It will rvinurtj all iifrvuui aJlttutionh.dvtiif mioij, exutttrinuiit. iucubautv to btudv or bUhiuefui. Ut of mcuiory, conlusiuu, ttiuuKl'tt. ut' tliHi:ifcrui.-- tiun, leaibol ninauiiy. A:o. iLiiirbunt)Uiu)i petitta, ii-iit w the luulih ul' tttunu who hnvt ilc troyfilit by veitkuul (.-xceHnr vtII i rurtlccH. iuuuk jiisu, im: uiiinuuijKu "U mom i.v iuarix Dot-tor"' HUtl iKitoiunt iruvtitiuuci, Ttiu Mint without iletttv fur Hit Kllxlr, mid Ik utM.ce rt-- itjri4l totieultti tilul liulnt!f A I'Mrlt C iu l ifUttritiii.ui.'U in v cry iiiimuihu. iiii',r',i iuhi UUttlt'K to Okie Htlillfsh, $. UUt bdUlw la kttUicit'Ut to effeot m cure in ul I ordinhry ense. , Al.HO, Ult. JOIN VIl.LK'H ftl'JrIKhl IMl.t.H, lor tlie speedy slid poi niHin'iit cure ol' timioirheu. (Jluet, I'rotliral IHschiiinf, tiinvel, Hti Iriurv. not.' nil aOectioni of tlie kirineyt uud Uttitldt r. nriat effected In itom oih- lo lu o . 'i hoy ttre prt pared iron. vi((tHMe extrju-i that am littrmlfkC ou tbu tysttuin, hiu! iifvur imututt the sdouiiirli or lmprcgruate the hieuth No clianpft of diet li ute, eiiry wliUu hhiik thvin, voritoea tlielr tteiiou iu any niunner lmenuiu wnu nusuiesb puiuii. i'rice, 1 1 per bun. Kitherol the uoov(i-mhlioaetl iu tit les w Ql' Im sitjiit to any taildreas, cloi-ly kH tilcd. uiwl pot paid, by until or tixiiiL', nu ijript ol pr.co. Adiirk oidurn to JlKKtiKll, SHL T TS ft CO , CbtuiiU, April 13, ltitudlycU m ltivtu t.,'J io , ft. Y.' CRI8PER COMA. ohl the washenuiilul and iair, With starrv ees and ra.tiaiit hair, Whose curiing tendrils sort, entwined, kuchaiuwl the eery heart akd uilu.l, CU1SJK11 COMA, For Curling: the Hair of either Bex into Wavy and Glosiy Ringlet! or Heavy Massive Carls. By using this article Ladles aua llrutiuiiea can beauliy lliemselvija a Ihuiisaud fold. Jt is the wuly arliolu iu the viurld that will curl straight hair, aud at the satuu tuuu give it n beautuul, alossy appearance. The t-ruper Cuiua hot ouly curls the ualr. hut luvigoiuK s, Iti-aiitiuva aud cleausrslti it highly and dcllhlfiilly lmjluui.il, and is the most euindet ailuK f'f the kind ever tillered to the Auierkau nubile, 1 lie Irisptsr Couia will We sent to any addicks, sealed and (oetj ualdftjrAl. Addrewi all oiuVre to , ya w.L.Cl.AltaTt Co, Clieuiitts, . Ko. S West rayetle slrclt, ' April 11, lSST-dlycin KAcisii, N.Ti