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Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - February 8, 1865, Syracuse, New York I UNION. WOBLD BEGAN, TWENTY CE'OTS PER WEEK WEDNJESDAT MOBMNG. FEBRUAEY 8 OOPIUli xr. r Tne Progress of Depreciation, copy from the Alias t. table thowing'tbf gradual but steadily accel-ralnm depreciation of iho currency in tltc yea" 1SO-' 1804, and also the extremes of fluc- tuation dnriofi jear. The flrst fact xrhicU st-ikrs tbo observer, on an examination of table, is m acco d with aUthotxponesco.ofhi-.ory that iw.'i year o' wa', iBTolrinii Inweased issues of. currency, tho p'ogresa of depreciation Bt the end of 1882, we find seUiDi; at S3 per cent, above the paper of, tbe country at end of 18SS we fiod a farther appreciation of 18 per cent, and al tlie end of 1884 a slill farther of 93 per cout. As increases, tho avo-ago of fiuc-.uatious of valua dnriDglhe moalhn found "also to increase. Thus, while the average Cnciuatiou nelson the highest and lowest rates oS each month was, m 18C2 five aud a cent, in 1803 it was fourteen and three-fourtbs per cent, and in 1804 it rose to thirty-four and a quarter pel cent. l'hn shows that tho more the currency becomes depreciat- ed, the more its fluctuations are subject to the control of speculators and the more unstable subject to gambling bocome all tho opera- lions of business. If these indications hold good for 'ha cur- rent year, mora violent fluctuations and a more rapid Depreciation may be expected if thero be no such decided successes shall af- ford a just promise of the spaedy ending of the war and no real negotiation for Pcaco eat hubitnally bltuds them to notorious facia ____ Loyal Men II will bo torn by tUe resolutions- of the Osyugi Oennty Board of Supervisors that even lojiil'men and ofSdala can broomo indignant aaamst the administration whan too heavy drafts are justly or urjnslly made on thoir or their ablo bodied men Tho Cayogft" loyal" Board of Srpeirisen evulontly have not the ftemplary-paUonce of our own ._________ The Shbdow of Impending Woe. A war meeting, with a view to raise money European Acktiowledgmeat of the lads.- depefldeace of the Confederacy- nvwoas Tho editorial in ypptprdny'u New 3Mb- une, In idatiOH lo tho recognition of the Con f, rieiRcv by fool European after tho e 4th of Mar_b, the substance of which lias bcoa teleKraphfd over the county, cannot but pio. dace a profound sensHiun whenever read Mi Qr.ec'ley states that an agreement [103 been en" tetod into bj Franca, Spiin, A-tna and the Pope to acknowledge the ladeneudeLce of HIP confederacy after tbe of Man h Oni old Washington o espundejit, "Clevo- who has recently returned from Cuba, wheioho went lait fail for the benefit of bis heahb, wrote la.t w.pk, that Hira ua, he had leamea from tbe highest' sources thai the Emopean pone's above nnmed nttTbonnt} to lecruiUi, was recently held had legolvd to reoosnize theconfedmacv. at to pay oouuij ter tbe re inauguration of Mi Lincoln, on ihe mtUociiyofOiwefio. Sixty thousa-id dollais composmg u did not OTICES. A SItJBNT BUT POWERFUL Xa- tVll -War ponlltPnco and tatiio aro looked up dreadful calamities to which humanity is subject yat hare an wont at work among us by day uud by nl_ht Us thousands and tana of thouumdi. Ilio ECOUICO to which wo refer, tals trtlVlilcH to tivo on ail n of deutnictloo 1 ol tlii) system ilrugn. T IftrffO numbai1 otourlellowcreatureaunno.a.Hy to from dotli, ot alloxliiK othera to da no In a fuel wlilcli Is cannot tliU eyi! altoviatcd 1 Are thorn sot at band meiliclnoo BB cli oonipetont to oureitoost tho dta- GBEA1KP? Medical ISS OS1 a-H3ai AC5E! ft-B. KBNiSCBT. of Koilrarr, UM o oaxoomiaoa pMtnre wwda Svary KlBdu of SJoinojr. Two IwttlBa MO irHMnted to ouro ioreluB soro moBth. One to throo oottta will clear tho tritam ol bllcn to onro worst Three to B-a botUen narnmSsiS to oaio Uw cases itUca afflict mufctad bw tmOB< tail. TWO bottlu wtrreaUd w oaio juaatet Iw eaa tod Too present fall of gold is more duetto the rnrooraof Peac? than the actual uulivuy snc- and a rise will follow tbo dissipation pi those expectations. In 1802, the least fluctuation of any month wan thttt of one per cent, in tho months ol March aud April, and the was that of July which was 11 per cent, and of October, which was 15 per In 1803, tbe seveiesl fluctuation in tho piioe of gole wag that ot 20 per o -nt. ia January, and 82 per cent in March, the Ivast fl actuations were in November ol 6 per cent, and in December of but 5 pel la the lowest rate of fluctuation was S per cent, in February, per cent, in January sad 10 per cent, m March, while ihe hijrheat were thflsa of July and September, were needed toraisa tho quota ot tbe city of Onwego. Between eight and uiac thousand dollars were raised, according to the leport in the Commercial Advartmer. The audience speeches and callad out Mr. Preston nnexpcctedly.. There aro some reflations lu his speech wortfi notmK, and therefore vie copy a part of it as fallows A war committee has been appointed in the citv y bave entered uoon the work of fill tbe quota not ob wards bat There aie no bickerings among toe wards on this qi Mlion. We propose to OH the quotas of the drat, second, thud and fourth wcrdsat once The committee went to work. Ibey haro'placed recruiting officers op both Bides of river, and tba drom has again awakened the breezes in Oawcgo city. Me i have come forward unprecedontedly, aod are hn oci.mfr at omr doors to receive our bounty and apply on onr qnata Copt. Preston haa recrnited 30 or 40 raon. Ho has lost fliany of the m brcause they could not be paid. Men from Madison countv staad ready, with greenbacks m their hands', to take these men, and will, unless money can be raised to to pay them The commutes now reqtme 000. Jf it w 3 not for Fry's order, recruits would take the notes This order mutt bo observed. _The men alreedy recruited have been obtained through the ISlh Infantry. Net a sicgie man has been mustered the Provost Mai- sbal'e office. Itte monied men druwu down thsir faces a'.ked to take the notew, and aaid We can't help you a bit." These notes are to be paid by tax and we kuow lh.it two are and In other localiti-8 tbe localinteresta are providing tbo money. Here tbe Mayoi has gone home mabt nf-er night, but not to sleep, thinking of the obligations be was under to the city. The committee have been from commercial bouse to commercial house, pleading with capitalists to take'some of the notes Will you not take tbe notes, and turn them out to tbe tax-gather conaposiDg participate in the Pre-idenual election in the United States, and bps a defato Goveinmeut of their For ourselves wo full ciedei C3 to the that the four powers named bad rs s ilvert to recognize the confederacy after the 4th of March. One-instances may alfco that might divert them lioui their present purpose, but that is now their, drteiminatioo, we clo not doubt Aad ne believe tbe Cubmet, at Washington, is fully advised, and has been for some time, of the in- tentions of Fiance, Spam, Austria and tae Pope in the premises. We are salisfle- that knowledge OB tbo part of her Cabinet, is the cause of tUe recr-nt ex- traordinary vigorous prosecution of the war, as well as tho informal peace cocfoiences be- tween Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Tlir WAtt AND ITS Bo fiu as our armies have penetrated, they bave made hatred to the Noith universal and indelhble. Boldiei when administering tha rough justice which according to his ideas, it is to to administer, with a truer logic tbap the litiemn reluses to between IhV bold lebej and tbe conardly tuujmer, with tx emplary imDaitiaUty, applies tho toich equal ly to too pioperty of both. la trio light of his burning mansion and plundered estate, the double dealei makes the discoveiy that bis loyalty has evaporated, and that hia love to the constitution is considerably less positive than it ba Joss ot bit- eixdi, ho has founr that there are audfortho ouroo! all Bilious Dlsorpers, Ijyspepftia, and all tbo coroplainU of the Liver Howe's DT Haofland'" German Bitters aro a maltvie anil perniaue it remtdy TUe witniswcji to this tiatb ore a multitude Tbo wort! ofjw ar'loto li bund, upon popularity and nc n ilnesibsl won 6-oU unliounijiid sruko and honor itbesoBlttora Whuroer'hey hare mt lhny a public aeeesKitv Why then i ue ourselves lo death when we Jinve within our reaob a Bin'dp thatpvsrWHl Its jumna-d virtues arc now niiwioal nlid wh rever iho buauai tit cMllzntion is oad to br alone tlikt each cue ist judge for limaelf BITTE11S fllTTEKS BIlTtillS GKWVAM HI'I BUS ai'KMAW each showing an extreme variation of 05 per cent duriag the month' Tne higbett point K will be observed, was reached in July of last year, whtn it was quoted for assort time on the 11 Ui of that, Jour to oix bottles at wtraiuUS to taro lannlus nlMrc bottle emnilonj o( tlie uia> Vvo or bottlM wirnmUd to oars >o Iwo or threB bottieii are wwjMtMt to euro tho taoit OMe of rhoumitbitn XUIM so four bottlon Mo vitiated to oors unit riMUm ffiye to elaht bottlos arsufcrraatea to curotlw Trorzio! lero One to three bottiea te tlio uorat bFJSCiAL NOT10BS. BUSINESS CARDS. ASGMATIC SCHMDAK A aniTWMl enratlTe In wmoylng Taberolw Uealins the VJloora, and nmoilnji the C6ttsh by the MSDICAL aj OASH- OUOOB in the reran of DXBPJSPB1A In tonrut. In DROPSY entablishoil onratlie proportloa lout boon withoat a rival, a atteited to anlTewa Hrtlol tlmcnr. ______ The Diuiotia and Solrent ol the "Aromwio SoModam fonder deo'dedlz in OilAVEIj und all othor aftectioru of the Kiduen. in OOIJT and RHEUMATISM. U IB tha (Dim of norm poach tbe pitlsnt Wirralr oorowd in bed, this pure nloohoHo diitlllation wilt eHwt core. Taken an hot punoh, in HTJMOBA1 ami 8TABMODIC ASTHMA, U iBordu IjrunadiaU relUf bora t UU boon oansoct by t. In tto stomwih- One or two bott'oa Me warrtrited to oura Blak Uotd who One to Wo hotdM to ngnlsta a main Will cnro evocy of UHROjSTIC OB NERVOUS DEBILITY, DltibABES OF THE KIDNEYS, nd iliBeaots artalne from a dliorfdred stomooh. Observe too lojlowlmr reeultlsg fromDtoor- CoBBtioatioi, Inward Blood in the Hood Aoiditvof tho Stomach, rtuu'iUi Moartburu. Wiueujt for iS Minis" fa tho stomach Sour iroetatloiu, Hluk- ns i tfluttorluir M ihe fit of the Bloraach, of to and UlUiruU BreMblns Haltering at niioklne or buffocallaf sensations, of VSon Ootsor Webs birturiuht. Blifht, JBever andCull filj "th Ho-tt. OeUclencyo( PoispWtoa yeltownuss Stth BkiniSbye. PalrjlathaUdii Hack. Obort, to SuQilen Heat Burniue in iho Con slant of Bvil aud (Jioat Depression of fipitltt. Oireer two SottlM 7-111 rssaltUril ottho Four to eii bottlui has cmral tbo wonrt o drosar. Br utrlotlr foUoirrnir too direotioM in pwnpblo oaoh bottle, and a judioioua wpUoatlon ot CM RHKUM ODiTMBKW, BOROFITliA SJEAJ.EHS OJWBJICBH1E. of frtat r kind ornatnif, jincers that haa taken root, oe'aotly md swmMs in Pnujjlatii nanfinat? nrnlMtir Boraembor KQ 184 153 189 140 143 150 Au_ust................ September............ Octoiwi................ 140 December......, 1861. Jautruy........... Febiuaiy March April.............. May.............. i.......... July....... August.......... September October Dec mber........ 1865. January 1....... 14S A 17 161 157 149' 100 108 187 212 231 185 189 208 3 4 6. G... 7... 9... 10 11 12.. 13 11 18 17... 18... 10 225 226 120 231 226 227 226 320 222 220 21G 218 217 218 200 184 160 172 171 159 148 145 129 143 151. 154 162 160 100 It9 117 1'JI) 261 285 202 250 200 227 228 234 2.9 228 227 227 220 223 217 2'22 221 221 217 lit? 216 207 when be comes aronnd Tie tax upoB the city, whether the city quota filled or not. A Snpemsor bad suennngly remark- ed, Oswego city cannot -.ecede from the and yon have got to help pay the tax. Now, we ask tbat yon come forward and famish tbe money to the Mayor on these notes while everything is New York is in apathy is the time ior us to work. New York -nil! soon offer a bounty, and our surplus man will disappear. The committee now de- upon the men who bare a iew hundred dollars laid away in old stockiogB, to come forward and aid tham. Take a note aud turn it over to tbo tax Ratherei, FOB TOOK TAXES WH.L BB AT LKAbl 00 PUB ChHT., tlt Will take a large note to pay them. A blessed place the city of Oswego be to live in when tbe sixty per cent, tax comes around. Such aie the fiuits of loyalty every- where. and will not liltt'ly to make a mis take in respect to hid political fe'Jicgs and sec tional pri-lei-uceo lhe notion tbat the more the South was subjected to the illegitimate scourges of wai the rooie it was mane to suffer under irregular baibansm and. cruelty, the moie it was wan- only bcoargecl and plundered the rnoie idly would Hsdove of IhpUaiem, ihfi and the Constitution be developed, has beea a favorite one of tba loyal mind preos from tlie beginning The aud robbei y and arson migut have the effect to flie the South era heart, to piodnce greater uuamraity and Btimnlate to mpre obstinate resistance, was trealed'by loysl newspapers and loyal oratcis with tho loftiest scoin and the bitteieat sar- With such enconraRemcnt, sustained by such teachers of the morality of conflict, the work kke VUat tlUo Bitters In not AKeUolIc, bJa Bitters is not Alcouollc, "'lutt thin liHtura ia not Alcoholic, fh't this Bltturs 18 not Alcoholic 'Chat thid Liittera is not Alcoholic Contains no Bum or Whisky, OoutaiEa no Bum or Whisky, Contains no Bum or WhlBky, Coutatua no Hum or WhUlcy, Oontilna no iinm or WliiEky, And cannot malto Drnnlcards, And cannot make DrunliirdH. And Drunkardil, Ai.d conurtt inafW ruukardu, Ajad make Drunkards, In tha World, In tbo.Woild, IB the Wgrld Ur its pocnilaT ftrj'l upvalue it wreflto the cold itajo in AGDK and FKVBB.and o tuo admuiUUj.Uo-i of tha tdmlttetl ouiatlTett of thJi diaeaao n OHOLEEA, OHOLBItA UOEBOS, 3OLIC, U npasm, rettoru tbe vonctloa ot tht and, produoet health? inoteUona. It nkonld u atxod with hot tracer and w BI o. n. u q B a omOB, DASTABUI BLOCK. WUOKAB BVB.JIB, AND u- A. o o v wt Ad tOJUiJIY A.ND AT No. 11 Vt LaUaf Block. UL. Fl.AVT. BHWCUKUU A AND OOUMiiHiOEJj tAW Office, in UUnoi BloMl, VrnMM. A JEI N E Y HOTEL, 81 M.., ccunur of Hear lindsoa JOBH O mcrol VntlcrtJakcr, Wau Block, loath JtoUal t UST b made, HeuM. aad Grarw f Ae a TUN10. arid a PUnUUrB ot tbe blood, a trial of uftaon yotm In cllraiton and render a slrotunotiuicei, has Btomped it witli nMveHal approbation. Peaallarly cdayted to the oomplalnta of delicate II MALES, it stands BID eminent unowr the tttablithed or tho day. In t World, 111 the World, In World, Proparod iiom preeorlption of Sir 3 Olsrko slDton Jtetrsordinsri' to. tbe Qnaon. TbiawelltuoTm medioioolB no iuujonition, nuie ana sate remedy for Fomilo D'Houitles aud Otatruotioan, torn any oanae whatover, ud, tJthoueh i powerful remo dy they contain burtful to tlio constitution c In ill oasea of nervous acd Spinal Affnistlo-s, pain in the and Limbs, Fttigno on Blight ersition. Palpitation oftheJJa-utt EysteriM, aud Wliitos, these pilK willeiToot a sure, iriwn all other means have toiled, aud, althsugh u poworfulremudy.donot contain iron or anrthlrur unrtful to too coantltutlon Sull dlieetlraB in the pamphlet wound each whloh'should bi jretully preserved JPorfull partioulMS obtiin, oltta Buoat. a y_myhlot Sold by all DruBsistfl 47 Cortlandt ITsw Xork H B aud 6 postage sUmgs euolosed to any autborlx agent wUl irumro a bottla, oontilntos over 50 pills by re It !a thn only alcoholic uMparatlon, In tfali onatry, daifety, nerer aven whon taken to producing hcad-aohqorotbn oon HO V H HanutMturer and JUtall BwlK )8 TBUWHB, TAJUOU, WHIl'E, BOLD OKEAP rOll OABH. than of fnblU It Ho. J4 fVarren A. K. VAHKCHI MJBaHANT of and 8IIMU, wrapped in yello inart bottles by all Brngiflsts, ApoUiecirles and InthoUn eurchisa from the adiorltscSneenti to impoBlt'o-i, in couaterfeltii sni tin irholc country Is cooded with tbom WMS BOTTIuUJ BY 33 O lj J? Et O Warranlea tto beat nualitr, vitb. the piopri- msmeonthe coik, and t fw-ltmlio ol bii on the label. Bo: Oslo by tletm. 5IABS3. BIHAY3 a EQSHBB OAssiiiiajB, AND VMTINBH. VST C ThoBB wanting a cannent to nt wrte and oIcB mcci, frooli no well to mil, u ho uu na nporiot In hi" lino to any one tbat will produce a oortl- 1 by ufi tKat id not genuine lao Bill Jfartd 111 FnctR I! FB.C s I' Facts 11 Facts I i] facmlll Fuotstll Inc'alll Facial F-ctil JFtotal Baets' ifaots facts I I, Caynga County Indignant. At a recent meeting of the board of Super- viaois ofCayuga the pu poso o! taking action in reference- to raising their quota under the late call of tbe President, the tollonma preamble and resolutions were un- animously adopted. Tbo loyal leaguers of Caynga are evidently Evening Journal Almanac- Wo have received from tbe publishers a copy of this valuable collection of governmental and political statistics. It has some information not contained in the Tribune Almsnao, aud therefore 13 worth the attention even those who have alicady purchaned a copy of the other. Among thehs additional matters, we miyjipecify iho following A full of Mrjer and Brigadier Geneials of the Begular and Volunteer forcoi, Diplomatic ofSeero; Array pgy table, General-in-Chtefs of -the United States since the of tho United States Government, York Volunteer and many other inters-sting Sew York matters, and Internal Bevenno receipts iiom May, 1863, to Oct. 1804 holesale price 812 per hundred by Expiosn, end by mail, pon-age pud, and thev even talk about iijuslice, "the burdens of the oneious buidens, etc etc IV hoieas, Tbe of Caynga has hereto fore lesponed to all calls of the Piesidentfor in lilltng tho several quotas hereto- lore assi "iierl to it, and Whereto, Uuder the call of July 18lh, 1804 for 500 00 uvn, tho quota assigned to tho 21'b Dlstiicl was of which tLe quota atsign- ed Lo this county was 1 174 and Whemas, With the deductions of previous credits, volunteers, and said quo ta was entirely filled, with a surplus of sever al men, with an excess of years of service ov- er and above tne number called for, of about 300 and Whereas, TJi der a call for men ou- fair proportion would be three Ufths of number furnished, or 705, and It appears from an order issued By Provost Marshal fry, that the quota absig.ed to the 24th District >s 8 388, niiiEJng tbe quo- ti requited for thus County about, or 827 greater than a fair adjustment proves than its quota of mea ought to be, therefoie Resolved, Thit in the came ami in behalf of the people of this county, we enter our solemn protest against the gross injustice sought to be perpetiatod upon the several towns of this County, demanding more than our fair propor tion of the men called foi by the Pies, ident Eesolved, That while we are ready and wil- ling to snstam our jast proportion of the bur- den of the war, wa cannot quietly enbmit to encumberiBg our county with an enormous bnrden of debt, to make good the alleged defi- ciency of other local ties, has pn and will Uo contmued whilo passions that control those who engineer the war burn as strongly as they have been buia- ing lor thq yeers VSB1PPIKO A FKOPJ.E I3TO LOTA1TY AND FWEND- We obsene that in neaily all the speeches of War politicians, and in tbe editorials of war nwnspapers, the idea is holden out that, when tbe people of the South are whipped hadly their armies aie annihilated, their government broken up, then country oveirun, their material prospenly destroyed, their property confiscated and tiansterred to the hands of their invaders, and their num- bers reduced to a wnl cheer Jully letutn to tbe Union, gladly conform to the Constitution, joyfully see reinstated over theni tbe power ot the government at Wash good humoredly rebuild their old re- Krom the Hon Tberaas B FUueaae Uou 1ttira.it li Floionoe y com tbe linn. Tbomari B I rout lUo Hon. J bonus B 1 rora the Hon B Florence. roin the Eon. Xhomafl 11. Floranco 1 com thegHoa. Thomas B. Florence. irorn the Hon. Tbomas u. WiBBlHUTOK January 1, ISO esKiL-UFt: to you, Ibave nohraitatlop lawrltine too rapt tuSt I oigerionoed rnark- t benefit trorayoiu HooOanit'B 6utmaa Bitten. During "duSei nearly A kino fiiendtuwieated a named hlBad- health, renewed Jrelief I BO rauoh needed aod fa. AJLAAJB Oil. H. C. imovxri ft COMSK OS TrAItRSII AUD JAY1TOS MMOTft _______OTOT Wllaey i. Bhennaa a (jrtcory titim. A.. B) OTJLyiaa AMB WSDUBALJ DIALBX in For if ga and Doutatlc Unman, wid Porter, AH HAMCTAOIDBJaB Ot POUWTIO WSKM, Grapj, Ourrant, Kaipbeny ud JBUnrbcmj, OLABUTIU Ouu No.lt gtrett Hyrtou a eacHEicm s CELEBRATED DVE IS TEE BBST IN THE WOBLD THBOHMrEABMKSBB.TKUB AKD BBWABIiB to be, rly adrtnteed if they de- ilUasplondld Hair Bye IB cbAugeB Bed, usty or Groy Bfoir, instantly to a or NttHr Brsvm without Inluring iio Esir or Staining th3 Bk n loavine Hair Soft and baaatilttl imparts fresh vitality. 'raijaoatlyrestoilnsllsprilitlnooolor and rectifies ice ii! Byen. The Genuine U elirnod WUiLIAM A BACHELOR, til otiwro tra mere bs ivoUod ffaotory-BlBABOUV ftifti From tho Ron Jacob Broom. from the Hon Jacob Drooru Piom, the HUD. Jacob itroom. From ttto Mun. Broom Prom Jicob Broofd. From tbo Hon. Hroom S'rom Hsu. Jaoob Broom. PBIUDKLPBIi, Oct. 7. IIUJ. SENTLFMM! reslv to your loimln as to tho eflbot Hoofla.nl> Qerrnan Bitterainmy family, 1 have no Hesitation in eaylut that it ban been In one ii slonre, casu of dynpepsb. of thirtof n 5 eara' and notch had become very die- troesinn.ithe use of out. bottle cave decided relief, ;he gec- endeflectljwacure, and tbe third, it eeenw, hao confirm- ed tbo care for thera has been rio i symptoms of its return or tbe laat six years In my indlviduai use ofltlnndit o be an unwinaled tonic and euiceiely recommend iu uie t, the A Card Co AriffM w vhile realutnx In South Ameiioa at a a safe aud rumple remedy for the Ouio of Ncrvoun Weatuona, JZorly Beoiy, Biaeeceeofthe train of dia orders brouctit on by Itaueful Rnd vldous Uroat numbers bava pocn alroidy cured by thin a -tadre to be tufit the affliotod and unfortu nate.IwlUsond tharsoipe forprepwlafj and VsHasTtUii medlclno, in a seoieo envelope, to any one wio uoede It, fru of Ctufrge. Please inoloao a envolope, addressed yomr- selt A4dre3fl JOBEEfU D. BIBLE liouai. soourad tae fiole and exoluilve rljKnt to sell in tbe United States of America and the Wsax Dressing Floriline, We talta groat pleasure In to Iho imd tbo public lonarelly, that the above celebrated article is now ruady for distribution. NOTE reputation Ion. continued and enjoytd by "lubin o Hair Bresa'nsr In Paris and mo of the cities throughout Europe, would eoem to be a. laffi- ciont Buar_ntoe of its worth, but when the fact U knoiin tbat it wan for many icais of hU U'e bla ospeotal care, thought, labor, and ambition, tq brinir Vloc'line to lfc> present unequaiod atandard, its real merit cannot fall to bo appreclatad by tbe public, and moat MStseiaUy by the Womon of America." elsim for the PlorlUne most per feet Hair Prepariktton and Dressing in tho world. ft eln.lo npplloatlin will entabllah the toot that LUBIN'S HAIR DRESSING F LORI LI HE, liitoall nil celebrated weCaiatioaB, ii nniuapaued anJ worthy patronage ot all. Bold by all Dr uselata of la America. GHIIiDS, SVrfum.rs. Liberty Btniet.riow York. ROOMS, NOB ted 9 Pike Illook, Sallni Street, ByruuM, X. y. D.Euiia, A.T Sami.M. D.. OKAS. Onnn. XI. Xi IT GRNLY ftHO GOUHSELL08 AT LAW, NOTAKT FOJ3LIO PKRHOH AMM. U, with Jotea BhiakUnd, tbl Block DLSJUAJEl M .-.MctnnM aad Doalan in an tbi aueaiw AHD V-otcrr acd Depot Ho. Boash Warren aid anas Afiam itud Etrdcti, ByTacuM, B 0. DnXBAla, HATKfl, DMlMiB OKCI 38 OBooMuas, new. 13tj, Boeiis, fen, HAM At fc o LotMl Cub Alro, IHotk, eonuc Water and OHatai la ions with the North, kiss the rpd with which they Lave been cnastmed, confess the justice of theiuflic IOB, and resolve, and keep Lhe ns olution, to remain heieallei forever, good and loval citizens It will uoi do to suggest that they who put forth fctich Ideas fail co take notice ol jhosts qualities m mau which distinguish him from tbe binlo All is to say all white to a giea'er 01 less extent, the ability to re member n janes, or to npeak more correctly, the inability to fuiget them, but of this, per- haps, theie philosophers ate as, they seem to be, totally uuaware. When a white wan, ma not them elty, kicks another white map in the stiect, be knows that, if the other has m him any epark of man hood, he has madQ an enemy of liipi foiever, am1 governs himself accordingly. It will not rendtr up its contents at the com maud of the will, nor even of its interest, and tbeie is that iti mau which makas the recolleo tion of which he haa sailer-d abort of a sacred deposit, not to ba distuibed utiUl tuo wiongs are avenged. From Bev W D BieRfrled, from W D blegfiied, From Kuv. W O bleictded, From RUT. W D MeKfrled, From Hev W D BieKfrled, Paator Twelith Baotiat Church. PHiLJiDiLPBU, December S6, 18CJ QaSTLtMas I have reotmily been laboring under tne effects of tadlgua ion by aoros- twiiouoftbe nervous rewedlejwere rec.mmcndedby andaome of ihem UELMBOlirS EXTRAQ1 BUQHJJ. THK 8JU5AT BITJBKTIC HBLMBOIiD'8 EXTEAOT JSWOHTJ I.M.O.K.-1804-Y! FlNKERTON'S CALISAYA ATTORWEY AND COUNSKU.OB AT LAW, QOlct, Mo. 0 Ougribto UUMk, t at First National Bank, autmu mtfUt witbouTreMf OBind bertau i Blttera woivro cfmmeiidedby pereoM hai Wtd tb m knd whuae lB-mnntfon of the Bitter Induced meaUwtotry 1 mubtoonlesi fli II hal an to rate i lttor tbem idljnox Irodi tliu thousand andono QUSJJ-' BlttorV OSB oil? aim seunu be nTpaliu off nweetonodaud id liqu tr upon'the lomnsunlty, ina sly way and idtfney of wliich I Uar to to make muiyacopniui- oka'd Ijponlearui _ yourawua really a mi'd- x toolt it wico b f fleet Itaaetlon stomach but upou the nervous system and .ratifyiuff I feel, that id permanen' BELJfJSOLTS EXTRACT JSVCHU THE 6-HEAT DITJKSTIO EXIBAOT BTJCHIT. TBS ffSSAT DIURETIC Andapos.tlva andSpoclilo Kemedyfor Diseases of the Blader, Organic Wcaksesa. Kidnoya, Gravel, Dropsy. Audi all diseases of the Urinary Organs See AdverUaunent in another column. Cot IfJJUt, and send for tbe Medicine at ouoe. Goware of Counterfeits. novidftwlm. not l No 331 bkacieanuxcii -trout. Prom Kev. Levi tt Beck, _Totn Kov. Lev! O iiuok, JTroro -Rov. i.evl G U ok, tram Hnv. LOT! a iSfClt, Jrora Kev bevi a liooli, From Kev Lovl b Beck Eesolved, 1'hat a Committee bo appointed to respectfully petition the War department, in behalf of to correct the wrong nought to be imposed upon tbe seveial towns of this county, the assignment of tho excessive- quota before leferred to._______ Who Are Guilty. In G P. R. James, "Arrah Neil, or Times o the following striking passage occurs if tbo Baptist Church PombortoB, N. J., totmoily 01 tho Kortti Baptist Cburch PUU.idolphla. I buva known Hoorlnnd a Gorman Bitters favorably for unumfcerofytStfs. I have uses thctn in my own family, bave ijeun sJ pleaaed intb tholir that I wan la- duood to recommend mjny olheri iud I know tha they li we tn suiktliKly beuouclaLiuiinner It ko tr-utpleasure In ibus imbUoly proclaiming thif fiict null i-' ibo attontlon of tbuso aOlictod wHU I In CUTTING and FITTING. 11II68 K. HVWKINH LADIES' STORK. No. '10 Wurlh Sttlilia Having pnrchisod tho latest diagram rule for cutting and Children dooirijB tbe tucllun of use aud vicinity to ealUupon ber ahe will cut and fit a Drew in 8w minutes and warrunt apoiloqt, at. a pretty form Attention to Cnlldren andlntante Clothing Stumping and Embroidery wdtnwtf______________________________ We u-ki no apology lor introdncla. thlB aad best of Tonio Bovaracw to public. Drank u bever- age, they aro at t e wnte time hualtli- fol.andlnrtscratln cpmpoand known. Thay will oally cure Dkipepsia, Liver Complaint, Drapir. Aitbraa, are tecommeaAwl touaiuforing bom Pulmonary Compleinti. Duy area certain cure and preventive of CalH and IntenaitUnt Je- The spirits nstdto prwern UJSM Bitten, Para Old Bourbon Whiiker. Tot toll n are jartlon latly recommeridgd by Pliyilolani to U ou who f aEw from or to of he Xungi. EEKEML DEPOT, (4IND16 JABES.STREET, 8YBACBSE, N. T. a b? and roapocta We 4 JOHN to 1UU BuktJ in Brandie-, Wine, North Balioa et. M. T. t M-fa. BcoUh. m- NOXON _ OOUKBKUiOBa AT LAV, I. T. Ho. O Bontb ItallM Orw B V Ksiot Orocktry Btan. Jt MX8 KOSOK AKBJUIW LTMUL m yiMtt. _ AX U.V. V AJTD a Kamj The following most just and true words o tbe New York Tnbnae, is aa applicable lo every other Congress which the adtainlstratiou leaders havo coutiolled aa to this oce, and i is well worthy of tho recollection of every over bardeted lax-payer We 'aave a Conarcss wherein the idea of le- gality has no the iUggestion of tnueot is aceoucted puerile or .gojjmJctl. It is as Urio and pithy as It w trw. It oc- cnra In last Thnrjday'a paper and csn be read- By oomautted to memory for further among relating to tbe war of tho Cavaliers and Bound icadi, nndsr Charles 1. of England 1 Alas 1 tiie am is slnred among so many that it wonld in any war be difficult to portion it out. Tis not alone to be divided among those mho fight, 01 among those who lead, it is not to bo laid at the door ol those who first take up armi, or those who follow, bat to crery ono who by folly, weakness, passion, pieju- B From Huv J Nuwton Dra n D D. yiom Kuv. J Mewton Brown D n Ker. J Newton Brown P. D Bditor of tie Bncyolopedift of Esllgiouij and 01irls__nChronicle.PbTlad6lpUta. Althou-h not disposed to favotiorreoommond Patent Madhanu throBgh distrust of their, lagnKll- BUffloiont ruakona why a San may not -.ertlff to tbe beneB' B he Delievea bimself to gjja Sat be may t me contribute to tbe Benefit of ethers. regard to HooSand's German 4. UO ft nr SBABtiV A <4WAK.TKJS. A tnry Ma'bewa' Venotian Hair Dye ha, been extensively used, and in BO oaBahwi itfillo to elw entire oatiBlao- tlon. TBS VENETIAN DYB is boat Bnd choapest In the wor.d. Itn price IB only titty dents, eaob b Wo con- Ulna double tha quantity of dya to thorn unually told itti1 HA1B in muaufaotured peculiar pro cesa which it immeasurably ouporior to way in HOOPING GOUGE. NO MOKE TO jGtttO-S till- oioaitrouaxUaeaie, THE VEGETABLE COUGH SYRUP ta the fmateat Invention of Uui day, and the beet tatue ItlBtiialutrastof every raqMrto br.vo n bottle of it on hand to euro jsur chliarim. lucve confidence in recem- mendbie thla ttyrup BI a ispli con. Try U and utlsf yourself. Vot Bate by all H. BACttKfl, Propriotor, Mo 91 Eawlay fairest, Syracuse. Bitters red by Dr C M Jacknon, or than city.be jl oaiTe IXa.'nrUudliedaga.J.rt tlie ImlifeSBion that they were. nm iuaebtol my years, uuuei alcoholic mix- Shoemaker other State to fores them, to lemam m itDro-ucesa pejfaotly nainral color of __ that be one that will not fade one thatls permuuunt as the hair itself. Ifor Bale li eold Street, New YorS, MannJacturerof Matjiewa Aasioi. Him 6f.oss. M bait hair droning IB In laigo bottles, prlgefll) I) IS, BACSlNOIUil AND WAUi O' PFICSlntho New Tates Block, Ircrs Dr. Xlrvx All eau_ swt-cd. JOHN XC. Ko. A Blooki TV1A1JB IS BTOVIS.KASOB BuaZutBrci Got Mr ut tlliett I W Ba AND CtJTTlMO. ,____presont year fol owed by evi and reetor-tion to a degi co of bodily and men- viier Which 1 had uotfeK forslx montbs bad lumoat ilea jaired of rotssinjng. therefore tbaak Ood Jnd my friend for dir8ctlne.mejo tbo nsopf them. the Union, and, ia that the contingency that thtra is cot that sediment war is not only an error, it is a crime._________________ Blair. The Enquirer sajs Ulna pcraomge is still in town, but nothing connected with the of his visit has trans- jired. r A leport that an armistico has been agreed to by the President pruvts without foundation olhei than the fact that the white _aj? was seen flying near the point where the tram boats meet. KHAB THIS rOLLOWlNS. Thi fo'towinff wall known reverend gentlemen have ao- VnoitledVii- In writlne tho bnn-Eli tbey re- irom the of these bit .em Bush testimony must certainly convince tbo most Bkoptloal J B. Morman the Oeiroan Roformod Chureh Kuwtown Bertocounty Pa. J ''1 formerly paator of tho Columbus, VANS, JONM .TOJraS BVASB. JOKuB Buea-ur to C. M. Jaokaoa ft Co. Proprietors For tale by DnKfliti In lows la UultoA BtatN. THJ3 CONFESSIONS AND BXPEBIENCE 01 9TV1LID FublliibidiorthotieneElt, and as a 0-nrloa TO YOOHO Mix and others, who soffiir bom -firvoui DebUltr, Pro- mature Decay of Manhood, to., supplying at tane lime Tni MiiXO HlLF-Coui. Byont who has cured ulmielf after mdiriroUw conilderable fuxckuy. Byea- cloitnc a o'atpald addroiwd mvelope sliicl. nopitt mw uu K--.UIU a j-j WVHKoOPS. OB! reoelveu M A. BW-rn't L.diM1 JOUuMMa a IT [J1 A3 01.KEK lu a Port and fliy 81 m Hav. AOdnu f Cntlud, JS, BKHJAHIH FBANKMN AKD-EKOF. 6BATH Prtuklio brought electricity Crora the keawii totartb, bat it ramalnod tor SioL ttratt U apply tbat to tho relief of dUwaied and taSatag that physiobui'i old troatmtnt, mMh u Fains, Stiff Joints. BwtUIao, SoMO, aranow oundbyProI.BoOrathi of a BbaumatlcmirtcUoD, th. ua. ol my UaU. could cot Uicp, in short, I WM totally I your Keetrta Oil and tttfort Z Hafvta DM KXttt J ma -K uaa. K. aarentotnth tod Thompaoo .Uk, f-IMtteklt, tot aala by aM DnurglsUajod DwutnU tot and Canada. wlr. a Co ,U. T. D.btlUy, tj.mtuai who ba> really and bu. andiofoUurs, and will tell you no bat tb. mttk, "A Slight an warn ol to. of a Oooik w COLD" in ita tan that wkttktn jlnolntwouldyitH mOA nmttr. U ar dwand almost tojMdUU ibMdi i Addntt. with stamp. ,BD H. TBAV1B, HOLIDAY GOODS. Beoker Lathrop, JUC1BTWJ AIM-HTMB i Watches and Jewelry, MUrwr VlaMA BtuUM Ac VIM ttat mi rm i lute ta ImflM ArtUlei tt MM Wan. ta 1FWSP4PERS PWSPAPFRI
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