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IlE DAILY EMPIRE.
nnm mi n hi ihiikk hy ROBINSON & SHE WARD. Office, 110 Main t., bet. 3d and Market. DAYTON, OHIO, Thursday, - - - May 16, X867 "Coming Home to Roost." Wo luivc often wnrimil tltp lnolioirats tliat tlie conrM' tliry wore nr- suinir (luring tlie war uiolibliin; Heino orutif sioakcr ili'.Jlniyliij (lie property t Di nioi rut imprisoning, exiling, nml cvi'ii taking hc life of lVmoi nils would (novo n tvrne to tliiinsclvrs nnil return to plague tlie. Inventor of tliv diabolism tliry luul In- stigutnl nml iirgiil. They gave no liertl lo the winning, but l:ingli'.il a scornful limgl nml eontinneil their devilish w ork of nioln. spoliation nnd iminlir, tlilnkinir In their nnul zeal for n villainous cnun:, no douht. Hint there never would coniu u miction. Hut the "ehlekem urn mining home to roon" chickens of their own liiitcblng, too nnd thev now net up a liowl through out the land, because the notorious Ki:i i ky who Is traveling through the South, stir ring up the baser ptissinns of the negro and Inciting to mob violence, nnd insurrection, ha been lately met at Mobile by the de mons he himself litis conjured up by his own devilish Incantations'. Ah ! the poisoned rhaliec you had pre pared and often administered to other, forcing them to drink even Its bitter dregs. Is now belli;? presented to your own llp, ami you are beginning to taste Its bitter ness. l)i ink deep bitter as it niny be. we have no desire to sweeten It for you. Let your Wii.sonh, your Km.i.kys, your Stk-vi-.nh. your I'Mir.nwoops, your Asiii.f.ys. tt ill omiif. drain the dregs and realize therefrom the eflVcts of the utfrrual dose they prepared and administered during the reign of terror. It was by their Infernal incantations that these demons were brought from their lowest depths and set to their devilish work In tois once fair land of ours. It they have become more powerful than their ina-tcrs, and sire turning in their fury upon them also, who shall break the spell ? Who h is the power to stop their devilish work Y ho is u cry mercy spare, (), spare them when the demon's grip is on their throat? Who put np a plea for mercy when the property of llciuocrnts waa de stroyed and their lives taken their fami lies left without support or protection, and hunted even to the grave.by these same demons brought forth and set to work by sueli men as we have mentioned. Did you hear voice of Kki.t.ky or of Stkvk.ns, or any of that Ilk. raised in a plea for mercy ? When a Democratic speaker w as mobbed, did you licur their voices raised bidding the mob delist ? If a Democratic! printing of fice was being destroyed, did they cull ui)u the ollicers of the law to protect it ? If u Democrat was Uid- iiuppi. il torn from the bosom of his family and hurried to some distant spot, and then1 immured in the dungeons of a basilic did they raise a voh-o for mercy, or justice, or bid tlie prison doors open, that lie who had been foully outraged might go free? If a I 'eniocrat was Mint down in cold blood, without provocation, as we have known them to be. did these devils in human form raise a voice nnd demand that justice .should be meted out to the murderer? No! On the other band, like a certain ex-Governor of Iowa, they were ready to exclaim, "You kill ami 1 will pardon!'' Hut the "chickens are coming home to roost." nnd ns they are of your own brood you had better take care ot them. Northern Incendiaries in the South. Wmos, of Massnchusetts, and Kf.i.i.ky. of rennsylvania, liu emliaries In the South, as the avaut couriers of the lorch-and-turpcutine party, did not have to wait long for some of the fruits of their infernal teachings to germinate and come to the surface. Affecting to go down there on mission of peace, it is demonstrated as one of all uncharitableness, mob-rule and do mestic anarchy. A mob at Richmond; another nt Mobile; another in Tennessee, ach following close 011 the other, are all of tlie same paternity and for the same ob ject. Witness tho infernal spirit of that miscreant from Massachusetts, J. K. IIay- kakd, who, in Richmond, proclaimed the negro crowd : " After Judirc Underwood leaves voo can hold high carnival, and you can (lo what you please. 1 need not advise you what to do. as great bodies do as they have uiiuu. (tie aiauoiicai spirit, so manifested, can easily be couceived. it was slaughter and desolation. "Now See It. And Now You Don't." A few days ago the telegraph informed us that Colonel Conokr had testllied that when Booth's diary came into his posses sion it was entire whole no pages out of it. The Radical journals had not w ord to say. Tlie same telegraph now tells us that Colonel Cokokr testifies that missing pages were gone when the lxiok came into ids possession. Somebody lied by telegraph. AVlio is it, and for what purpose is this game of '-now you see and now you don't" practiced ? Tho Rad ical Journals are jubilant over the last dis patch. The other day we read that the testimony of the gallant Colonel was so nnd so, upon " this question. Presto, change I We now read that the same gallant individual tes tifies exactly the reverse. Who told lief that's what wo would like to know. EiThe t nlcago Tribvne, after reading it, said, tho other day, that the charge Judgu Undkrwoob to the grand jury Richmond "Is a disgrace to the bench." After quoting a p.tssngo of the Judge's foolery the Tribune asks: "Is this a judi cial charge or Is it a cavalry charger" is neither." It Is " a charge to keep I have that Is, a judgeship for life, in spite his unfitness for the ofllce. tSTThe Commissioner of Revenue decided that tlie law of 2d MarchrlSti7, empts nil writs for tho commencement suits, from Stamp duty. This shows the spoliators art get ling scared aud back ing down. I lie act ol Congress requiring stamps on Stnte Writs, was a nullity from the beginning, nnd would hnye been once decided so. exeunt for tlie loyal cow ardice of our courts and the servility our Legislature giving a sanction to pil lage. Crrtona fit (on. Thad. Stevens Takes God's Place. The following U a specimen ... . , I .. f l.ta svrt'.vrN Maspnemy in mii"n, . . robbery bill. Hr-ml it. ye. ' pulpit orators. Snicker nnd grlu and rub your Itching naln.sover It, a you will, for It I In a.tvo- cacy of Just what you believe in nnd pray for. nml It W In accordance vviui me axiom of the whole lit II i n school of plunderers, liead it: -Have we not upon this subject the re corded decision of a .1 uilge who never erred ? i'our million of .lews were held in bondage In Vgvpt. There slavery was mild com P'lrcdwith tlx- slavery- Indicted by Christ an. For of nil recorded slavery llagar, Heathen, oe Mahomcdan Christian slitve- IV has been the worst. turn, wnmgn no ,.ri..,l,.d. but a true Muses, led them out of bondage ns in our case through tiie Kisi sea, at the cost as in our case 01 me m-i-t.oru in every household of the oppressor. Did lie advise tliem to iiikc no reinuiici i fur i ic r veins 01 lanorr .10. 1I011 lie understood too well what was due to jus tice lie coimnamh d the men and women to borrow from their eontiding neighbors 'jewels of silver ami Jewels of gold and raiments.' They obeyed him limply, ami spoiled the Egyptians and went forth full liauih d. There" was no blasphemer then to (bid' decree of eontisent Ion. This doctrine then was not Satanic.' He who uiiostions it now will be a blasphemer whom Ood will biing to Judgment. . . - The Military Despotism South. HciiiV Wilson. I'nited Sviitos Senator, now campaigning the Ninth, w rites home that he is doing a good business, wanting more men and money. Ac, fur the campaign of free discussion," e. Now all this sort of talk is the merest hn-.li There Is no free, discussion down South; none is allowed. There Is not a Democratic public man In tho North who would be permitted logo through the South and "discuss" as Wilson is doing. due of the atrocities of the rive Mon archy bill is not alone tlie hill itself, and its passage by a Hiiiiipt'oiigrcs.-. represent ing not one-half of the people hut the tin bidding of all free di-cus-ion on it. lhe bill was a bill of despotism, to enable the Wllnnsand the Kelleys to speak South, and to suppress all Democratic speakers, if anv volunteered there to reply to them. the devil himself must smile grimly when he reads (if he does read) such letters as one recently from Mr. Speaker Colfix, reioleliiir thai ConiriTsS had "resolved" ki'ndlv. (onlv res-Unl however,) In sympa- thv with -Ireland and Crete." The iinpti- deuce and hypocrisy of such "resolves must make Satan grin w ith a ghastly smile. coming, as they do. Ironi a l .ingress 111:11 imposes Hve monarch upon ten millions of people, and which secures to the Wilsons and the Kellcvs of the North the power there to lecture, w here no opposition can "o without Incarceration, and perhaps death, even. There is no "Ireland'' so downtrodden as ten millions of our ow n people. There is no Turk half as despotic as our own Uadical Turks over millions ot our own people. Crete has just 11s free a i'rviirnliieilt. as t We Ive Stales of t his Lnion. (Missouri anil leuncssee io uu auueu on 10 the ten.) This of ours is not "it republic,'' hut nsi as much a mniiary iiespoiisiu n that tlie Civsars governed ironi the l,ay 01 ltiscay and the Jinttsli Isles 10 uie r.u phrates anil the Tigris. AV10 York press. A Novel Method of Deciding Lawsuit. [From the Detroit Tribune.] a A few (lavs since a case was tried in one of our Justices' irts). ill which a woman sued a Hour dealer to recover $11. the price ol a barrel of Hour, which she alleged was of so poor a (pialitv as to be unmerchanta ble. I pon the triiil of the case sho swore tliat. tlie Hour was mouldy, that w hile it was beinu- baked the odor arising Ironi it was Insufferable, and that after tho bread was baked nnd 11.11 taken of by herself, her husband and others. even in small uuauti- ties. it Hindu tliem all sick. The dealer introduced 1111011 tlie stand a Hour inspec tor, w ho testitied that, tho Hour was a good article ot "superior'' brand, and he himself testitied that it was the same ns helilul been accustomed to sell to his customers. After hearing the testimony on both sides, tlie Justice, in order to'dcal justly with the airirricved party, rennosted the woman to t.ike n niiautitvof the Hon -to Ids residence. in order thnt Ills wife might make a trial of its quality by making it itti bread, and reserved his decision until such trial was made. The Hour was taken to his house, and. without telling his wife of the clreiuii stances of the ease, requested her to bake two loaves of bread from it and allow him to see them ar noon. Upon his return home the bread had just been taken Irom the oven, ami the odor which arose from it hail tilled the whole house and was ex tremclv nauseous and sickening. This coil vinced'him that the story ef the woman. which seemed improbable, was true, and he rendered iudguient for the amount claimed in her favor. An Empire. to a In dctaillngjthc vast resources of Texas, sotuo writer ucnouunaieu it an r.mpire, whereupon the Houston Telegraph re spouds : Texas is. indeed, an fcinnireln territory. her houmlariesembraciiig un are,i of 271.:i."G square miles, which is more than double HUH OI r-ugl.lliu, rseoilllliu, lignum unu Wales combined. Itus immense area, ex tending from the 2Cth to the S.'ith degreeof north latitude, and nomine imu 10 inc. iwou degree of west longitude, is capable of pro ducing in remarkable abundance almost every thing that will materially add to the wealth and prosperity of a community. Tlie region adapted to the culture of cotton is estimated to be capable of the production of 0,000.000 bales per annum, while, the wheat rcL'ion. ocoupvititf an area of over lO.OCKJ square miles, produces the heaviest crops grown 111 111c i.nueo ruiic. unu uinv be safely set down at, (MKKl.OOO bushels per annum, when Its capacity and rcsour ces snail nave uecu niny ueveiopco. Many Faets in Small Compass. the has It the The number of languages spoken is 4.071 The number of men is about equal to the number of women. Tlie average of human life is :!;? years. Ono-ouarter die before the nge of seven ; one-half before tho age seventeen. Of every I.OIK) persons one only 'caches 100 years. Of every 100 only six reach 75 years : and not more than one ."1(10 will reach SO years. There aro on the earth 1,000.000.000 of inhabitants. Of these :t:l..l:t:!.:i:i:i die every year: bl.Sif die every day; 7,780 every hour ; and 00 per iniuiitc. or one every second, lliese losses are about balanced by an equal number births. The married are longer lived than the single; and above all, those who ob serve a sober and industrious conduct. Women have more chances for life previous to tlie aire of fifty years liiau men, fewer after. The number of marriages In proportion of seveuty-slx to one hun dred. of of Jt " of lias ex of that nt of IU.1 K'J .. 33. BIMM, FIIIST STREET, (HEAD OK THE BASIN,) TTAS last received a large, fresh and complete 11 .lock ol Groceries, of All Kinds. KOR SAI.F.-ONE IIUNIIKKD BAKRKI.fi Smith's befct Family lour, an extra article. Two Car lauds Michigan I'cachblow Potatoes. Kivo hundred barrels Sweet Cider. K. lilMAl, l irst Street. MAD RIVER ICE. llavlnit put up the lavgest and roost select stock of ICE ever put up in the city, aud having increas ed inv facilities lorili li verliig. I ain prepared u, all orders promptly, in small or Urge iliuiillties. Wuguus wiU pu daily through all parts uf clt v. Ice con bo had at all times at my .lore. lisAAC UIMU will at ua Jfureiuau of branch of my business. -tl . OrderaforPAlENT KINDLING filled Mery afternoon. Give il a trial. E. 1U.MM, March 1, ISiI-dSni ElrslHt., Head of Usam. STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. THE PLATFORM ADOPTED. JANUARY 8th, A. D. 1867. RESOLUTIONS. 1. JJctnhft. That the Democracy of Ohio steadfastly adhere (o the principles of the party iisexpounuiii ny Hie lathers, and ap proved by experience; thntln accordance W ltlitnese principles Wo declare that the Federal Government Is a L'oveniinent of limited powers, and that it possesses no powers but such us nr expressly, or by necessary implicHt ion delegated to It in the Federal Constitution ; that allother powers are reserved to the otates or the people; mat a strict construction 01 (ho Cwnstitu- tion is indispensable lo the nreservatloii of ni.il flu, the reserved rights of the States and Un people ; tliat all grants of power to Govern ment, whether state or F ederal, should be strictly construed, because all such grants abridge the natural rights of men ; that the preservation of the equality and rights of tho States and the rights of the people is necessary to the preservation of the l nion ; that the Federal Government is iiulltted to legislate for or administer the local concerns ol the Slates; that it would be. monstrous that the local a Hairs of Ohio should lie regu lated by a Federal ( ongressin which she Tins but two Senators, and the New England States, with but ft little greater population, , . ftiiJ a b (. . havetwelve ; that the tendency of the Fed eral Government Is to usurp the reserved rights of tlie States nnd of the people ; and that, therefore, a centralization of power in ils hands is an ever pending danger. That such an abs irption ol power would, while it lasted, be destructive of the liberties and interests of the people, and would end either in despotism or a destruction of tlie Union; that a National debt, besides 1111- loverisliing the people, fosters an undue increase ol the powers of the Federal Gov ernment ; that high protective tariffs have a like effect, sacrilielng the interests of tlie many lor the emoluments ot the few, and plainly violating the equity and spirit of the Constitution ; tliat tho collection and lishiirsemcnt of enormous revenues by tlie Federal Government have (ho same ten dency., beside Corrupting the Government, nnd tliat, there tore, economy is essential not only to the prosperity, but also to the liberties of the people : tliat unequal tax ation Is a plain violation of Justice. of which no Government can safely be guilty. that to cacti stale oeiongs the right to rminethi! qualification of its electors, all attempts to impair this right, either ongression.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 its authority by usurpation, and therefore government needs to he watched ; that another of its tendencies is to govern too much unnecessarily and vexatlonsly interfering with the mistness ami liahltsot the people: tliat the freedom ol speech and of the press is essential to the existence of lioertv : that no person not in the military or naval service, or in the bounds where martial law legitimately prevails, can law fully tie deprived ol lite, luierty or proper ty, without, due process of civil law; thnt ttie courts siioiiki always ue open for tlie redrcssof grievances; that no expott facto law should he made; that the right of the people to peaceably assemble nnd consult upon public affairs Is inviolable ; that the military should be held in due subjection to tlie civil power; tliat wiiuo tlie uialor Ity, as prescribed by the Constitution, have the ritrht to govern, tlie minority have in. Iclcnsihle rights ; nnd that a Irequent re currence to first principles is essential to tlie welfare ol the stnte and the people. J. Jtccilvtd. That the States lately In re bellion are States in the Union, and have been recognized ns such by every depart- of in of but ol UU lhe this uient of tins Government, and by l'resi dent Lincoln, who, in the midst of the war, invited them to elect members of Congress; tiy 1 resident .lotinsou, 111 various procla mations and olhcial acts; uy Consrress, which permitted Andrew Johnson to sit in tlie Senate ns a Senator from Tennessee, and members) from Virginia, Tennessee and Louisiana to sit in tlie House of Repre sentatives after these States had seceded, and wliile tlie war was Doing carried eu, and which further recognized them as States In tlie Union by the Congressional apportionment act providing for their due representation in Congress; by various tax laws, nnd especially by the direct tax; by the resolutions submitting amendments to tlie Constitution for their ainirovul, and by various other acts and resolutions im parting the snine recognition ; all of which were passed since the attempted secession of those States, by the Judiciary of the United States, which holds Federal Courts in all those States, and especially by the Supreme court, wlilcli entertains lurisdlc tion ot eases coming Iroui tliem. which it could not do were tney not tn the Union That belnir thus in the Union, they stnnd on an equal looting wiin ttieir sister Maws Mates Willi uiieuuai rignts Doing a tiling unknown to the Constitution; that, by the express terms 01 tlie constitution, eacli Mate is entitled 10 nave two senators ami due proportion of Representatives in the Congress, and to vote in nil elections of President aud Vice-president; that, thong theso risrhts are subject to interruption bv a state of civil war. they can not, in timeof pence, be suspended, muoli fess destroyed, without a plain violation or tne cotistttu tion : that Congress lias no power to de. urivo a State of its reserved rights, and reduce it to a Territorial condition; that therefore the exclusion, ty the. so-called Congress, of all representation from ten States, tne proposed exclusion 01 those States, from all voice in the next Presiden tial election, the threatened overthrow of their State Governments and the reduction ot their States to the condition of territor ies, are each and every one ol them uncon stitutional, revolutionary and despotic measures, destructive not merely of the right of those States, but also of the rights of1 every other State In the Union. That those nicasuresare parts of a plan to nullify the Constitution, virtually overthrow the State Governments, to erect a consolidated despotism on their ruins; and to establish aud perpetuate a tyrannical ruie 01 11 minor ity over a majority of the American peo ple. Tliat ttio people cannot, wiitiout loss of their liberties, prosperity nml honor, submit to such a result ; aud we, therefore, in the hope that the warning will heeded, mid the danger to our situations peaceably averted, do solemnly warn tlie advocates of the plan, that tt will not be submitted to. 3. ltes'dmd, Tliat Congress Is not an omnipotent law-making power. That the Constitution provides that no bill shall be come a law without tlie approval of the President, unless It be passed by two-thirds of each House of ( ongress. Unit one the objects id tile present, so-called Con grcss in excluding States from representa tion. Is to pass Dills ny a two-thirds vote which, were all the States represented, could not so pass; ami thus to virtually abolish the constitutional provision nfore- snid. That if tills precedent be acouiesced In, there will be nothing to prevent a bare majority of Congress, at any time In tlie future, from nullifying tho constitutional veto of tlie President and usurping uncoil trolled legislative power, by an exclusion of tho minority from their seats. That tlie exclusion, of even in a single State, might give this control, and a pre text for such an exclusion would not wanting to an unscrupulous and revolu tionary party. 4. itetoivra, mat tne people, una especi. nlly those of the ujjrieultunil Stntes, hiive suffered ton lone the cxnc.tioiisot lilirli pro teetive tariffs, nndsis tho representatives of nil aurli iil t iirul unit luuorliiu; population, we ilciuiinil Unit their suustatice sliull lnuirer he extorted from them tu order till the pockets of ICnstern monopolists. 6. Jleaolvttl, Thut unequal taxation contrary to the llrst principle of justice ni sound pulley, and we call upon our Governments, Federal and State, to use all necessary Constitutional mean to remedy this evil. ' 0. Jietolml, That the Radical mnority in the "o-cnlled Congrcs hnve proveil them selves to bo In Invor of .Negro hullrago by forcing It. upon the people of the District Columbia ngninst their almost unani mous w ish, solemnly ex pressed at the polls, by forcing It noon the people of all the territories, and by their various devices to coerce tho people, of the Hottth to adopt Itf thnt wc arc oposcd to Negro SuBriure, be lieving It would be productive of if il to both whites ami blacks, nnd tend to 1110- duee. it disastrous conflict of races. 7. y.'(occ. That for all their effort to uphold the Constitution wo tender to the President nnd to the majority of tlie Judges of the Supreme Court of the United State our neartr thanks 8. Jirtohetl, That we are in favor of a " " uc"" uoiegates from ' DIHlrl lO Ul,lCIU HI such time and place s may bo agreed upon, and that the State Central Committee be authorized to concur with other nroner committees In uxing nine anu piaee, ana that we prefer Loom, me, jjt an me place. 9. Uetolrtd, Thnt the Democratic news. pullers of Ohio deserve our earnest nnil lih. eral support, and that an early and thorough oryminuupii 01 mo party is indispensable, tt; RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. Errors of Youth. A KPntlfman who suffered lor rears from err- oimtubllitr, premature decay, and all the effect! or youthful Indiscretion, will, for the lake of suf fering humanity, tend Irt'u to all who need It, the reaps aud directions for making the simple rem ety uy which ho wm cured. Sufferers wishing lo prone Dy toe atlveitifer's experience, can Uot'j by addressing, iu perfect coollJence. JOHN B OGDKN, S3 Cedar Street, New Kork May 1, 1801.dT4wlyr-plco.ny To Consumptives. 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While In a state of trance, she delineates the very features of the person you are to marry, and by the aid of an In strument of intent power, known as the Psy. chorootrope, guarantees to produce a life-like pic ture of the future husband or wife of the appli cant, together with date of marriage, position in life, leading traits of . character, c. Thlt It no humbug, at thousands of testimonial! can assert. She will send, wben desired, acertifled certiorate, or written guarantee, that the picture It what it puriKirte tu be. By enclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age, disposition, and complexion, and em-losing fifty cents anil stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will receive tnu pii tiiru and desirod information by return mail. All communications sacredly confidential. Address iu confluence. Madams Jt. . Thornton, P. (). Box 5M. Hudson, N. V. ap6'67dlycf of to Is A Cough, A Cold, or A Sore . Throat, HEQUIHEg 1MMKDLAIK afTXN- llON, AND SHOULD BKCUECKED, IF ALLOWID TO OONTIMITK, Irritation of Iht Lu(s,a Psrsuaaenl Tlsrastt DittsM,rlioa umptlsn IS OFTEN TUB KKSIILT. BROWN'S . . , BRONCHIAL TROCHES llaTtng adirtatinllutiace to tke parti, OIVK IilUItDIATK KELIKF. For Broncfaltls, Asthtra, CaUrrh, Con sumptlve and Throat Dlit'tnes, Trucbesaro urii with always good success. H1NGEUSAND FU11LIO 8PEA.KEBS will fluil Trocliu utuful io clearing the safe whan taken before Hinging or Speaking, and relieTing the throat ftr au unusual exertion of the rocal organs. The 7Wcs are racotauienUed and pre tcrlhert by rhyslclans, and hare had -testimonial! (ruin eminent men throughout the country. Being an article of true merit, and having prottd their elllcacy by a test of many years, each year Until them In now localities In Tariout parti of the world, and the TrocKt are universally prouounoed butter than other articlui. Obtain only "BUOWN't BflO VCIltAL THO. CUES," and do not take any of the WortUtu 1ml tationt that may tie offered. bold ovory-wliem tu tlie united atatei. and For- elan Countries, at no osuti per bo. aosudvem RESOLUTIONS. Special Notices. Special Notices. " mi;ihc;ai7 Votick. Dr. K. CO K may be oonsulteil asfollows: In DAYTON at the Phillips House, on Fridays. fept Mi Oct. li Not aa lie. S8j Feb. I i March ; April 11: Slay IT; .nine si. in I HOT t the Morris House, on Saturdays Vpf IB; Ort SO; Nov . 1M ; Dee. SU; Fab. 1; March April IS; Mnv IHj June S In XKNIA at the Depot Eating House, on Thurs days, BCpt. 13; Out. IS, Not. St; 1WC.S1; Jan. St ; mnrrn 7 : April 1 1 ; si ay 1Q: June so. In HPHl.NitKIKI.D at the Willis House, on Thursday s. Heot.IOi Oct SSi Nov.tll: Jan.l: Feb. 7; Marc h 14 ; April IS; Ml,? S3; .Tune ST. urn. tuas naa nao. onsets la earn or tne aoore places, that he has regularly visited fur the past nnn as ne naatreaied ana oureil many soven vears I'aiieuss, in eacnot tne auova places, ne can give the best of references In each ulace as to his skill. Dr. (;ONK Treats ami Cures all varieties of Chronlo diseases, including those of the ye and Ear; makes no charge for consultation 1 but if inoae wnn consul! nunieairetrealment,neohargel Cash for his Medicines. Medicincsthat will lastapatlnntrromfonrtosfx months, cost from Five to 'thirty dollars. In (Jasb ' Address 1 Dr. K.(,ONK. COLUHBI'S.OHIO. ocfto-Jly 1 SEW FEKFCSE FOB TBS HiSDsVEECDlEF. PkaUst'a ' Nlgbt BImsssIsib Crtns. Plets Nl(hl BiMaalai Ca. Fklsis . Night Blsssslii Coraae." FhalMia "Night B loaning Cereaa. Phalaa's "NighJ Bloaaalag Cenw." A mnsl exquisite, delicate, and Fragrant Psrfums, dlstl led from the rara aod baauUfal flower Croat wliioli it takai Its aansa, Manafeatorsa only by PIIAI.ON 4k SON, New Vara. BKWABB OF COUHTEUFKJTS. ASK FOR rilALON'a TAKE NO OTHER. (J)13dMWFavfewly-4Sl Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia tt tbo most popular HAIR RESTORATIVE of the day. It is cleaner, mora richly perfumed, and It warranted to restore gray bafr to ltt natural color; stop tts coming off ; removs dandruff from the scalp, and prevent baldness. Read the follow. inghome testimony t CKKTIFICATE. The fnllnwinir It to cert fv that I have nied RINU'S VEGKTABLK AM1IROSIA for the past six months, and 1 navo loiuiu in it all tnat 11 claimed for It to perform. Mvhead hat been near ly bald for several years w ill 1 safe in saying lor six years, at least-and bv adhering to the direc, tion in th 1 se of the AM'HKOrtlA, I am proud to say tnat 1 now uavo a nne growm 01 uealtny nair, whilst all otiiur restoratives have failed. lean also testify as to Us u.ualities in resUiring gray hair tu Its original color, having seen it tested by mymost Intiina'e friends. I know It to tie supe rior to all other restoratives. What I do know,! know trora exporienco, in reference to its proper, ties, and would recommend it to all at being the best article in market. w H. at. Ull'PAHD. fcDayton, Ohio, August !t,16M. K. M TL11US ft CO., Prop's, Peterboro, N If. For tale by all Draggiiti In Dayton, and every where. Dr. W . W. STEWART, au&dawStu Wholesale Agent, Dayton, O. JHE ntltHCHABLES. MISQU1DKD AND UNFORTCNATB YOUNO MKN. Eaaayaof Warning and Instruction far Young- itlen who have abused ttieir puys leal powers, or watted I heir tubstance In riotous living, undfallcn victims to disease, with Reports on the Howard treatment and oure. Bent In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address lr. J. SKILI.f.N HOlGUTON, llaward Assecla- uun, i-niiiiuaipnia, ra. janiiaawsm Mrs. WINSLOW, . An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, .Presents to iht Attention of Muthtri her SOOTHING SYRUP! lr Children Teetbiufir, Which gre&tty fbveUitatea the irocMol tathinK by.oftuniinf the giant, reducing all inflammation, will all uy ALT, PAIN and spasmodic action, audit Sure to Regulate the Bowels Depend upon It, motbert, It will gira rast to your. solves and Belief and Health to Your Infants We have put up and sold this article for over 90 years, and oak sit in confidinci An tsuth of it wbatwe have nevorbeon ablo to sayof anyother medicine Nivin ma IT failed ik a sixuli in stakoi to xrrcOT A cess, whtn timely used. Merer did we know aa instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all aro delighted with lit operations, and tpeak in terms of coraraoudalton of ltt magical alfectt and medi cal virtues. We sneak in this matter "what w po -know," after aoyearB' experience; ANn plkdgk OUR KKPUTATION VOW TBI PULFILLaKNT Ot W HAT l dici.ahk. In almost every instance where the Infamta suffering from pain and exhaustion, re lief will be found iu fifteen oc twenty minutei aftel tlie syrup is administered. Full directions lor usinvwtll aooomnanv each bottle. 'one genuine unless the fao-aimfle of CURTIS 4 PERKINS, New York, ft on the outside wrapper.. Sold by all uruggittt througnout tlie world. PRICE. ONLY 35 CIS. PEE BOTTLE. ?4(lLTWflm House Furnishing Goods. ' DECEMBER 6. 1866. O ARPETS! House Furnishing Goods Van Ausdal, Harman & Co, Are now offering, at reduced prices, full lines ENGLISH AND AMERICAN C ARPETINGrS, OF ILL KIIlll. 3-4, 3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 0-4 Ooir and Cane Mattings, Manilla and Straw Matting's. A FULL STOCK OF Curtain Reps. Term, druggets, Crumb Cloths. Piano Covers, Blankets, &c, &c. Which we will sell tt prices to salt easterners. A large stock of 8-4, 9-4, 10-4 Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Pillow Casings, Counterpanes, Towels, Napkins, Bo j lies, Furniture Dimity, &e. nought since the decline and will be sell ebeap , AM ELEOANT STOCK Plain and (illt Window Shades, Window Shades, all Widths and Colors Just' opener, a splendid line of new style , , , STAMPED GILT WALL PAPERS, Common Wall Papers, Decorative Paper Hangings. VAX AUSDAL, IIARHA3 & CO., snttkuy: - - . it stain iits.i House Furnishing Goods. Medical. XTB EFFECT 13 MIRACULOUS. Tin old, th young, the middle aged units to pralio HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RENFWER. It la an entirely new scientific discovery, combining many of the most powerful and restorative ngetits tu tne vtgnuotm Ki'i'juum. Wa bnva such confidence In its merits, nnd IH4 so ture it will do all we claim for it, that we offer $1,000 12 own I'll If the Sicilian Hair Punewrr doet not give sal isfttctlon in all cases when used ia strict accurf anoe with ear inttruetions. HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian llair Jtenew&, has proved Itself to be the mnt perfect preparafnr for tue liair ever offered lo tlie public. It Is a vegetable compound, and contains eo tnjarlona propertict whatever. It It not a Dye, it strikes at the- Roots and fills the glands with new life and coloring matlor. XT WILL RESTORE Git AT nJUt 13 ITU OltlOlMAL fOJ.OIl. It Tf ktrp lhe Jlair from falling out. It t-lsites fne Scnfp, and malte$ ffto ofr UOrT, LVBTHOVS, AJili HILKVX IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I No person, old or yonng should fiiil to mo It. Jt it rtcommendrd ami tued ' l) tit FIRST MLl JCAL AVTUOIUTY. XV Ask for Hall's VEORTAnut Sicilian Ejus Bhmrwrr, and take no other. Tha Proprietors offer tha Sicimah Ilsm Rr mxwxr to the public, entirely coi.rident ' Jul it will bring back tha hair to its original color, promoio 113 growth, and in nearly all caset the il Inis hillen off will raster it unleti tlie itsou is very uged. It. P. HALL & CO. Proprietor),, tftuhua, A'. U Sold by all Druggists. laulsMWr'nuly House Furnishing Goods. Medical. Miscellaneous. ! ASTROLOGY. The World Astonished AT THE WONDKIIPUI. KEVELATION9 MlDU BY THE UHKAT AH TKOI.tH, 1ST, Slad. H. .A. aPerrigo. She reveals tccruls no mortal -vir knew, hlie restores to liaiipitiths lluihu ,o, tit in doleful eventi, catastrophes, i iOrr-i'8 in le, lu.-is ol it-lu-tions nnd lriviHlb, Jomh ut ti.om-y, liuve become despondent, blie tilings togttt.er Uh-m) hik m- 11 ruleU, given inlorunition com ei niiiK",if,tl,t 1 l H '" ' or loTurn.iewtoii-s lott or fclokn juojivrty, lei Is. .u the hufcinebst yuu nw Mt qimliliefl lojaiistie nt-it in whtkt you will lti mcbt mh i it.siiil.i'iiiiM'N !.-. l marriages ami telU you ttiu wry ilny )vu will marry, give you ilic liuuie, hkunets und rlnu itf teristicii ot the iiernoii. .'he rends jour ti thoughts, and by lur ulmost niiieiiiniiii.il i wti unveils the dark and liiililtu Dtj t(in t He fi -tnr. From the btuiK vu see in the lii innini nt the malefic btitii thnt om ii uie or jm ui-iit n. m t in the configuration Ironi the ujn'i:i hiik i t . .-iimn of th planets and the Uxedbtum in the lic;.thi at the time of htrth, thu dediu i the Uiiuic Ut -i n.y of man. Fail not to consult the grcated vt u. Jo gist uu earth. ItcoFtM you hut u tritle. mm u I may never again have u liivnrahlc mi oj-i-tu t t.m- tj . lonillliai It'll IVV, nun llnriiti-siliimuiiiiiMnil information, f 1. l'artu livinir at a Uist;uue i nn conbulfctbe Maulmne hy mail Willi equnl hulcty it ml utibiuction to themtsulvcs. as il in j.i im n. A lull and explicit chart, v ritlfii out. with all tii'iun it anawered and likeness enclosed, scut hy mail un receipt ol price above mentioned. Th: tii'K ie.-t oreNy will heniMintaiiued.and all coi .espi'iuU m i returned or destroyed. Jieterenccb ot the hiln t order furnishtd thufce deviring tht'in. W nte nljtm- ly the day ot tha montn ami year inwim n ub were born, enclusing ft suiall loi.k ot hnii . AUUretS. AiAUAUU il Vt. 11 Jlllltjt;, I. O. ltKAWKKW-8, April 18, 1667-dly-cfs Hvvfa lo, JS . Y . Thr cometh glnd tidings of joy to all, To young and to old, to great -and to small ; ine ueaiuy nnicn once was bo jireeiouk ana i;nu, I free fwr all. and all may La iaU By the use of CllASTELLAIi'8 WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL, For Improving and beautifying the complexion. The most valuable and pei U'vt picjuti uulii in use, lor giving the skin aht-autilul jicail like tint, that is oulv lound iu outh. It uuu klv li niow.-. Tan, Freckles, rimples, Jilotclics, Moth 1'uului, bailowneisti, iM'untiuuk, ami an iinpuniat ol itiu Skin, kindly healing tnu biinie, Uhmiik tlm fckm white and clear as alahuhter. Us Ubu cunnoi he detected by the closest M ruiin, mid bciiiu a x etable preparation is periuctly narmlekb. It U thu only article of the kind ufced by the i ioin li, und in considered b) the Paribiun us indispenkabJu ton perfect toilet. V pw aiiisof Ui.OU) Lotties w ciesnhi during the past year, u fculliritut guarantee of iu efficacy, l'rice only 7u cm is bent by mall, put- pftlU, OB rt'Cfipi oi uu umtr, , April 13, lbtHdlycU 2t5 liiver si., Troy, N . V. of AFFLICTED! SUFFER NO MORE!! When ly the ui of Dr. JOI&Y! I.l.K'ti f.MXIK you ctin be cm til irD.iiiu:iiUy, ttt lulling rost. Tho ustooii-liing bui ctstt w liii h hub aiu-mW .i thin inT 'lufcLjlo uietlit ino lor '! vivuJ mul Nt-rvt tj Wt akuvhS.liunerul Dcltility ud ProtMutticit, l.f of aUimculur Knergy, luipritenuy, ur any ui the rouftutjueiices ol y uuihlu. lijUcitliuii, ltntltr, it thu nn tt valuable lirupuiutiuii ever dit-i uvt il-i. Jt will ruinovo all nervoui nfluctiunk.itrjti L.sttu n, excitement, lu capacity to utility ur buMin ., !( of memory, conluiou, tlioUKhts ol' tcil-il in tiou, fcaru of InitttiiUy. Ac. It Mill rtbtoru iht- tt putltti, renew the htullh of iht-c w ho imo dv liroytnl it by huueuu) exccbK or evil i raclji. es. Yuung Altjii, lua hunibnagi u nu uottj U "yiiM U Doc lor " anil l!iHi-ant iiiuutitioiteii, I nt mhI witliout Uulay lor lhe i-hir, unit l,f. nl once k- tore 4 toheulth anil hutipincMi. A l'l'i icct i. uru ia guaranteed in every uikUiuce. l'riie,$l,urlt')ir bolile to oae ailrch, $3. One l ot i U- ih tulbcivni tu eiTect euro in all nniiuary c;ibt. ADbO.DH. jUlNVILDL'b bl'lAll'IC IMll.rt, for th speedy ami peruiiinent cuieoi Uouui iltrH, Gloet, Urethral DUtliuriii'ii, (J ravel, hliiriuie.ui c all atlectloniiof thu kuliiH .iini liliidiici. lim effeclei lu ironi one to live du. Ility are jut -pared Iroin vegeiulilu extrauit) thut am luiimii ss on the nkteiu, in id never luiuseult thu .Uuuurii or impregnate the bieiith io chiuixe ol dii t i in c eknaiy while iibliig tlmin, nor liticA their u luui in any manner tnicnerv wlUi bUkiites puikiiilk. rrli'.e.fil per box. KUherot lhe aUvo-meiitioncil articles Mill 1 iit to any add resit, closely tcakd, ami pout -pa id. by mail or eipro-i, ou rtveiptot pru-.e. Adduv orders to liLKUKIi. HHU'lTH t i O., m-inii, April 18, 16o7dlcli VbB liner bl.,'1 loy.N. t CRISPERCOMA. Oh 1 the was beautilul and fair, With starry eve. aud radiant hair. Whose curling tendrils soil, i nlwlnrd, anuhainea the very heart ami nilud. C'ltlSPlill COMA, For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy and Glossy Einglcts or Ueary MasBive Curls. By using this article I.ailics anil rteullrnicn run beautify theineelvet a tlioiissml fold. Ills llio only articlti in the world that will rurl stiuitjht hair, and at tho same time give it a liiuutilul, alussy appearance. Hie ( ribper ( oinu i.ut onlv curls the hair, but Invigorates, In-Hiillik and cleanses it; is highly and di'llghtlully 1,1, umitd, and is the most cuinplclu artU lc of Hit, kti.U ever uffered to Uie American puhlic. '1'iie LrihjHT Coma will he sent lo any address, sraled aud post; said for (1. Address all orders lu ' W. I..CI.ARK Cl.,Ui.iillsts, tin. S West t avetli: stlei i. aurtl IS, JtWf-dlycfs aVHAi-rss, Ji.Tt