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   Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - March 23, 1865, Syracuse, New York                                SYRACUSE DAILY COURI AND EVER LOVELY, SINCE THE WORLD -THE ffOE.Qg, TYBAHTB AND TEB FBIEND Fabllstoer SYRACUSE. N. YM THURSCU! ilY MOBLNMG. MARCH 23, 1865. TWENTY CENTS PER "WEEK COURIER Lincoln Fraud. the first; of th. when McKuwtrr, fcy of direct functions from WashlDBton, in depart, mtol the direct instrument of plundering the Treuurv, an interesting widow, a near of Prwideot Lincoln, In rarin- a showy, flash or immodost dress in ny laOEuage or conduct which attracts the public square, the new Memphis Theatre, or other resorts of ladies, ars prohibited and forbidden. Good conduct will ensure relief from detec- tive or police visits, exposure or lots, and a violation of lha ordess will inevitably incur consequence alone other in securing a contract a partner ia the profits, aufl whes abo a Cameron convicted of inch gross I plnnderSogf in his department as to convict him of belnz participator in the crimes, was not punished, but forthwith re- warded bv "Honest Old Abe" with tho mis. slon to Lincoln has been himself by no means free from suspicion of in- directly profiting by ihe venality and corrup- tion which been so nfo. That a poor for len thousand dollars no safe prudent business house would have discounted before his elec- tion, receiving only a salary oi per an- in four short jears, have become a milhonmre, wotth, according lo wrme rumors, twonty-fiv. millions, is a auegestive fact. Such pioflts, or anything like them, eonld come only ftom direct and indirect Qaecing of tlie people by sharing la the robberies and stealing of aubord mates and by using official infor- mation for purposes of speculation at the ex- pense of the people. A ad the fact that the parlies guilty of 'such crimes, who have noi ihrpwioeM enough to conceal them and discovered, wnen convicted are generally re- leased, after a brief experiences of confloemant, by the clemency of Abraham Lincoln, is still mors suggestive. IHS J.BW USBB2. Among the recaui transactions of Abraham the First, which hsive attracted attention, was tho removal of an old experienced and faithful usher without came, and the appointment of a new one, who forthwith entered upon a course of extorting from parties desirous of inter- views wuh the President and having business bimf sums of thirty, fifty or more dollars for securing the privilege of a speedy inter- view or expediting the business. The fact of the cempaUory discharge exposed ash. er. hii MfOinre, does not seem to hare relieved Mr. Lincoln from the suspicions fce- go'.ten of the original and causeless change. TMM aosorai.! or TJLUJZ CO-HOI PBSMITB. At the very beginning of the war, Mr. Lin- coln and his Cabinet Ministers hastened to proclaim a blockade by sea and a non inter- course, by trade or with lAe South- em portions of the country. But almost con- temporaneously with these proclamations, a jjstem of trade by special and for cot- ttn buying, was ini'iaied. This system gave lo the administration, its favorites aod tools, the exclasive monopoly of that profitable trade, and the favored and fortunate parties could well afford to divide ostensibly with tuo party influence secured to them the privilege, but reilly with Mr. Lincoln or his loyal Cabinet minister acd Member of Con- Any woman of the town, public or private, found in tho city or vicinity after the 10th day of October, 186i, without her certificate of registry and medical or exemption certiB- cate, will be arrested by the police and pun- This circular is intended for the information of the women only, and must not bo ehowii or giren to men. By order of the Mayor. JOHH S. GRAY, Eegister. City Medical Insp. Department. Thua, for the first time in this country, under tho rule of puritan perfectionists, harlotry, pnblic and shameless as well as in its more pr.vate and seductive forms, bacoms one of the Ifgalizsd, licensed and protected institutions of oar puritan law Tost these trading licenses have been made meios of supplying tho South with specie, bacos, flour, medicines and other con- traband of war, to their power to prose- cute tie war, taas been repeatedly proven, and tie list instance was established by a report a committee of his last lojally imbecile and earnspl Cosgiesa. At the heel of the ses- sion it enacted a law, compelled thereto by the force of public aeatimtnt, for the abolish- ment of these much abased permits lo trade. This bill, without daring to veto, Mr. Lincoln, under tie advice of a leading Cabinet minis- ter mi his friends, has pocketed and thus de- featad. Does such an act, nodar such circnm- necdjeiiber comment or construction? Ia it cot a4 intelligible was the appointment of a Callicott as the agent of the Treasury ia tbe Southwest. HOBAI.ni AT THE POLlTICAl AMD WAB CCKTBXS Ia addition to the well-authenticated tales cf stealings, robberies, contraband trade, ex- orbUant profits and charges everywhere, 18 there nothing significant in the admitted fact and necessity for waning snch orders as this at all loyal and super-moral men most do congregate OITT MISICAI. IJKMCTIOS DITAKIXZKT, HAIOK'U Or not, Muuau, September [Private Circular.] All women of tbe town, in the city of Mem. IKT, 1 164. Memphis and Nashville, as we have before had occasion to Ehow, are sinks of iniquity ani all nndeanliness. They are also the head- quarters of the lew moral regime in the South. Btt Washington, according to all accounts, js evan worse. Out ef a population of something like ona hundred and thirty thousand, more or less fluctuating, we are croSibly informed thut nou less than forty thousand are public or private prostitutes. Even tbe Committee rooms of Congress ars said to have been de- graded anti dens of assignation or Drunkenness, chambering, gambl.ng and de- bsachery, fill up the leisure hours of oar super- moral statesmen, which are not devoted to the on the Sior of the house an4 thus their blessed philanthropy to t'na blacks has, it is sa d, blessedthe Capital city with not less than ton thousand negro harlots of all shades of color, from pure ebocy to ginger or molasses or bleached to an almost perfect white. These are crimes of our modern Bodons and Qomorrahs that the presa reluctantly alludes to. bpt.how else the people to know what niter corruption festeis in rank luxuriance under tbe protecting and encouraging shadow of all the intelligence, morality and religion of tha land 1 How else ia this worse than Augean stable be worse than Cretan labyrinths of hypocrisy; frandland unblushing crime to be threaded and exposed 1 A FEBOOIODS FATBIOTI8K. Is it a wonder that among patriots who thus profit and enjoy themselves in con- seqnencei of tbe war and its rich placiers only, there should be, as the New Tork Tines asuerts there is, a class of men in Congress ani elsewhere "whose patriotism is of so fierce a quality (bat it cannot tolerate any other mode of dealing with a Southern man except butting him over tbe head, and who denounce any other method as savoring of treason and sympathy wuh rebellion." Is not btmality ol one sort ever allied with brutalities of all other sorts 1 Human beasts may talk fluently of virtue, morality, religion and they may even, where interest requires, eeem to conform their action to their speech; but they are beasts still, and whenever acy. particular constraining influence of.snrroundmg circnm- stance is removed, will demonstrate their brntishness and beastiality. THE IND. If the regime under which ench offences fep.ve a growth of unrivalled luxuriance cannot be In sacred festivals oi feists, in spite of prayer and profession, are the American people lost forever and the glory of the American name hopelessly tarnished Tuea American institutions have had their dny. And American Liberty must set in tbe Icng night of an eternal gloom. The President's Pockets a 7 There came to the President, tbe last night 01' (be session, a a bill framed by one of his partisans, Mr. Washburne of ding ihe issue of any more cotton These cotton permits, Mr. Wasbburne asserted been used, in several cases, to supply tbe rebels with food, clothing and some species of ai ma, ia reta'n for which cotton was paid at low prices, which cotton was brought into our hues and bold for thrice, or four times what it cost. Tbe profits in this sort of speculation in Gen. Butler's North Carolina department are believed to have been a million of large portion of which a brother in law of shared. Other permits were eivan to parties as be- fore shown in the Express. Mr. Washbnrne, of Illinois, introduced and caused to be pasted, an act repealing all this species of raicality. There was not the least opposition to the repeal in the House, and it ever be to the Government, it ia said. "If our government is driven mlho adoption elsewhere of the same policy which seems be pursued in Savannah, we lave nothing to look for, from our advancing conquests, but the increased distrust and hatred of the South- ern people. Even the most loyal of them would quite as lief be> robbed by their own authuriues our own, and when they find that the government to which they have look- ed for relief and protection, and for the sake of which they have every conceivable deprivation and torture, come lo them only to plunder them of the remnant they have res- cued from rebel rapacity, we cannot expect them longer to regard its flag with any special favor or aflectiou." The Hour Apparent- Bob Lincoln got home from College some- tlTie ago Ho had reached the Et which free Americans are subject to be made slaves by order of his father. There was a draft im- pending. Throa hundred thousand mon men were wanted to fight against the Union as it was before the traitorous Abolitionists subver- ted it. It would not have looked well for old Abe to have ordered the enrolling -of Washington to leave Bob's name off the list, it would have cost him a .thousand dollars to bay him a substitute. There was an unpleasant to look about the thing, but old Abe smoothed Us wrinkled front by a stroke of masterly strategy. He saved bis own reputation for self sacrificing devotion to his bleeding and Afncamfced saved Bob's character and patriotism and saved Bob from tbe draft, acd he saved himself a thousand dollars, the cost of a commissioning Bob as a Captain and assigning him to duty on the staff of Gen. Grant. Is any Union loving father, any loyal moth, er or any patriot daughter affiiclcd by the thought tnatjthe Prince of the House of Ab- raham Afncauns may come to any untimely end on the gory fields of batllel Let all such ap; rsbensious be dismissed at once. Like tbe horse of tbe scriptures, Bob may smell the battle from Afar, but he will never get near enough to it to mk the abiasion of his cuticle by a confederate bullet. Real staff duty on a hard fought field is not unattended by danger, but trach fancy staff duty as tho firstborn of the King of Bails will have to perform at Grant's tors, has no more danger in it than there is in selling tape behind the breastworks of a diy goods store in tbe peaceful City of Lan- caster. Thin thing is disgusting. It is a sickening and contemptible sham. And this is probably not the end of it. In duo course of time a lying telegram will come a long, informing tbe public that "Capt. Robert T. Lincoln, the gal- lant son of our patriotic President, has just returned from a successful expedition into the enemy's country, which he has conducted with great skill and but tbe particulars ol which will never be even to Bob himself. In the event of a battle taking place between Grant and tbe enemy, we are sure to hear of Bob. The dispatch that reach ed Fiance from the Crimea daring the Russian war, .might by merely changing the-name, suit case exactly. It informed the world that attitntlo of Prince Napoleon' was ad- mired by the whole army." The Prince surrounded by s glittering throng of oncers of the Bob Lincoln order, had assumed a very graceful altitude" on horseback a lone nay off from the field of battle. If Grant's staff needed an addition to its numbers who was not some Captain, Lieuten- ant, Sergeant or private who has had nny ex- perience m the field appointed oa Why was BobiLincolo, who "has given no evidence of courage apd is not known to possess any mili- tary skill, pnt on tbe stall 1 It was done to save him from tha conscription ordered by his father, which is dragging tbe poor man from bis weeping wife and wailing children, and sending him to tbe front do be shot down like a dog. Ihe President and Mr- Btanton. If we are to believe Republican journals, tbe expedition on tbe Rappabannock, which seized a large quantity of tobacco, at Fredericks- for passage, was by order of Mr. Stanton and in opposition to the President. It is alleged that tbe arrangements for this exchange were made by Mr. Singleton, of Illinois. Tbe Tribune's Washington correipondent ittys ol tha affair: 1 ke.Couimereial says. The "man in earnest" is evidently Mr. Stanton. The man who swaps horses', is evidently the whose permits and orders as Commander in Chief are so boldly and violently overborne by a subordinate who bad rso long bis own way, and snapped his fingers at the Executive, that he now ventures upon an act by which tbe President's signature made so ranch -waste paper. It was a bold deed in the Secretary of War, but if he has by it brought to naught one of the weak devices of the President, he has done well. 15 is nee- less for Grant and Sherman to waste time, money and life in cutting off Lee's supplies, il Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Singleton are to open communications for him with the Northern markets. phis and vicinity, whether living in boatdiug houses, singly, or ms kept mistresses, are notifiec that iney must bcrntfter 'oe registered and take out weekly certificates. Women who can show tbat they living priraiely wuh a responsible citizen of good character, will be exempted from the weekly medical innpeciioas by calling weekly between 2 and 5 o'clock P. M., at the Mayor's office, and paying ihe regular hospital fee. No wo- man residing in a boarding house will be reg- istered as a kept woman. All other than buch kept women, whether practicing prostitution tejulirly or occasion- ally, are ordered to call on the -city medical luspocUr at the private office, secoad story over the confectionery oalha corner of Main and Union streets, entrance through the store, or at No. 21 Union street, on any after- noon between 8 and 4 o'clock, before lue of October, and receive ft medical certificate, for which two dollars and fifty cents will be can receive Ihe medical csrtificito at their homes by requesting the medical in- upectar-fcMrisit them, one dolUr for visit. A note directed to lock box 201, POB; Office, giving the street and siumber, wil! to attended to. On leceuiQt; the medical certificate, a ticket of registry must be called for personally at the office, for which ten cloliars will be charged. The money received goes to the support of tha private sardi in the Dew city hos- pital on the corner of Exchange street and Front Row, into which registered women are admitted at any time, for an; disease, upon showing their weekly certificate, are afforded all the privacy and comforts of ft horoe, acd nursed by an txpcrienecd matron and female nurses, tree from any cost or charge whatever. Street walking, soliciting, stopping or talking with men on the streets buggy or horseback tUUvg IB dayligkti Ihe JSecond Johnson. Whether or not Mr. Lincoln Is a "second Washing cuiJilluHtrions Vice President is a "second Has appaoved in the Senate. The repealing act went to the President late Friday night, when Mr. Seward, as S'cretary of State, with bis friends, surrounded tae act, it turned out now, was not signed nor vetoed, but supreased and so to be- come Ian! There are thousands and tens of thfinsandr and hundreds of thousands of dollars to be gained by this suppression, but the money gained ia a email matter in comparison with rabel gam. Gen Lee's army was in a good degree fed and clothed by way of the waters of the lower James river, under the control of Major General Butler. More supplies went tarongh our lines there to Ihe Rebel Govern- ment than via Wilmington or other blockaded General Canby writes from New Orleans that the rebel armies that way, now, have lived on tho Cotton Permit Traders from our lines. Why, then, did President Lincoln pocket this Bill ef Mr. TVastibnrne's 1 Who pointed A out to him, Friday night or Saturday mord- mg, and caused him to pocket it 1 Had Sec. reury Seward any hand in he was the Secretary Secretary Beward, it is laid, baa many pels m ihnsa cotton permits 1 The President himself has relatives in these cotion permits. Why, then, was itpocketedl Who can Why wan not it vetoed 1 if ihe Congrea would, have passed the act over the veto, two to onu. We had a gentlem'tn of that Dame before in the Vice Presidential chair Richard M., the valiant sou oi Mars who was snpposed.to have killed T'cnmseb. Unlike the second Johnson however, Richard M. Johnson was a man of talent and education and so distinguished him- self, and while Andy illustrates in the quality ef bis brain and its brilliancy a? lit up by the alcoholic contents of bis stomach, what an un- couth and uncultivated statesman be is an read to tile brecic It IB thun that Hoouaud Bitten 11 in itandard raea.lolne for nil We urgo no one to- jror iwethta an teL-we buci.r before yon tha facto of their arktife It feoa alone that one iMtindgeforlilnwelf. _; H31BMAX BITTERS tbsMAH BiTTBUS GiaiMo.K Ml IKES HUB WAN BI13IR8 O1IBMAN BITTIH8 B1118B3 Will core civerr ease of CHROKIC OB NERVOUS DEBILITy, DISEASES OF TfiB KIDNEYS, and illwaie  From W b BUafrlod, Vutm Twelfth Clionk. FaiLiujiLrfliA, Dewmlnir M, urn. roojnviy beta laboring under the dlstresalnv of by a ration ultbo eeemmended by friends, and aome them toted, but without relief. Voer Hwttimd Gern.in Bitters were re- ommeided by who and arouble memtfon of the Ultter Induced moalietotry htm I aunt confess (hat 1 had an aversion to patent modlolnM Irom the tbonsiwdjud onv ouack rbose only aim geenu to to palm off and ilqnor upon the community. In slj way i and he tendency of which I (ear, to maXe many R confirm- ed drunkard. Upon learnli g that jroun WM nally a mod- elnal preparation, I took It with effect, action, net only the stomach, )mt upon the was prompt and f ratlfyliuc. I that I Itave derlima gnat and permanent benenu froat the nse ofafew bottles, ery respectfully W. SllOFBIKr We. HI. BhaekamamB Btreel. From Bev. Lev! O Beek, From Bjev. Levl lil Beck, From Bev. Lev! O Bi.ek, From Bsr. Lev! 0 Beclc, From Kir. O Beck, Fma Bev. Levl Beck Ptitoref thaBuDtlit___ of the North Baptist Ciiuro M. J., formerly uowuHooflacd'a.aerman Bitters favorably for I have uiied them in my own family, effeetsihat Iwasln- I hare known and naieoeenao effeetsihat Ivrn dnced to recommend them to mamr oiheis. and I know hat theyihaye operated In u uennDclal :takeuriatpleasure In tbas act, and culling the attention of those------------------- llieue> for which they awl recommended, to those Bit rum drink." Konn truly, LBVI  uf enTibM ing been mtored health ii lev yunof misery; is wllllug to Wlow by tending Msstrt poKjw addmsed a war of cu. JOHN U. BAttHALL, IN fort BMMn. T. SPECIAL NOTICES. HOOFING COTOH. CEJLDSEH HO MOSB TO 3UFFEE. ILUBSPJ. OF fejj dltcor.-iMtl In out common Every KCada o; Two bottles are warranted to otire 1? (torn 9ne to three botiles wfil clf.i the-nyii Two bottles em wsjmitec! to ours tJS; von; stomach, Three to five imntraA to (bo worn Mads' fBrmljeltfl, Occ or tiro twitlos on to core btuurfl he matlMaw DYSPBSIA'H BNKB7. Punrfy it Vegetable Tonic and the moot reliable remedy of tho sge, for lorn or lack of appetite, feebleness find proe- tratlon. They are mild In their action upon the lyntem id increase grudutUy tht force of tho circulation, pro-' mote the action of the digestive and counteract be bad f ffeotn of change of water, or Ainincrle trial will satiufy the meet skeptical. For tale by Grocers, aud Boofsurants thioughoni United 0. Dole f roirletor, liu'luon, M. T. Central Depot, American Uxpress BulldlnKS, KTew York. KaV Ac UTLUT, No.' ill Couth Ballu Wtioltaale maroh'-dlr SUisht Couglu. fsw'arn aware, of the Importance of chooklag a Cough or Its ftrat that ginning would yield to a mild remedy, If CrmcAM Croilui, give InmedlaU Boliiiws ehoald i m horn, turladln tut pocket and cccMlon rcaalrei Bold brail and LM.O.K.-1864-Y! PINKEItTON'S WAHOO AND CALISAYA U. S. 7-30 LOAN. fly authority of the Secretary ci tho TruaBuro. tlioun- ewlirniKl has Manama the General or tho of United States Notes, DeartoK even and threo tenthi rer cont IntersBt. POT annnjn, known at the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. Thene Notes issued under date of Attsunt 15th, 1861, nd are ayable years from that time, In currency, are eonTertiblt at the option of tho holder Into U. S. 5-20 Six per Cent. GOLD-BEARING BONDS Those bonds now KOitha premium of nine per Inclndlnir eo'd intoront from Korembcr, which inlics tho actaol profit on the 7 33 loan, at cuirent rates, dudins interoBt, about ten per cf nt. per annum besides B extmptfwfjrom State and municipal taxation, wMth one to tin ta ver cent mofc, according to tlio nte levied on other prcpcrty. The Interest in rsynblo .ml anaaally by coaponu utticUed to osch note, which lay bo cut off and sold to any Sunk or The Interest amounts to One cont per day on a BO note. Tivocercte Ten.....8000 90 ......glOOO SI 6oooo HotcB of all tha denominations nomed will promptly urnlshed upon receipt of inbtcrip'ionB. Thia !s THE OWRY IXJAW IM MARKET offered by the Gorernment, and it Is confidently ex- ectei that onpoi lor advantisw will it the GREftT POPULAR LOAH OF THE PEOPLE Lena than J300.0SO 000 remain unsold, which willprobn lybediBnosedofwlthlnthenesteiorSO day> when the otea will undoubtedly command a premium, has unl- >rmly fceen the caie on closlno the tnbicrlptlona to other Loans. In order that oltizenB of every town and section ol the countryniny bo sfforded faoilities for tlio loan.the Hatlonal and Pilrate Bankers hrouahont the country have none rally agreed to recolTo ubscriptions at pir Subsoribira will select their own In whom thoy have contiaenco, and who only are to bo responilBli) for tho dsllvcry 'o! tlio notes for which hey receiTO orders. JAY COOKIE, BoBaonimos AGKHT, Fhllxlelphla. Bubaerlptlons will be received by the first National Boot of Byracuso. Second We no apolour lor introducing this pliauntand ofTonlo Ilevaraices to the public. Drank aii a Vtver age, they are at t e aame ilme'tba rnont pleanantj campeund known. Thor will 'effeot- Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Asthma, Constipation, and are particularly recommended to per- spas suffering from Pvliaonary ComplataU. They area certain and of Ohljlund PC- yen. Toe ipjrlts used to preiom tbwo Blttem, Is Pure Old Bourbon Whiskey. Pot this reaM nthey are partfou larly by Physicians to t) who are suitor- ug from, or predinpoaed to diseases of he Lunufl. GERERAL DEPOT, 14 AND 16 JAMES STREET, SYRACUSE, N. nnr rsalehy 0-uugiltri reopecta We d btSdawly. ________ A Cundicl Statement. Yoo ca procure of any Druggist la this city and vioinlty, LHUHVUT. It Is a sure and cure for throat, headache, toothache, chronic rheu- matism, coile, ATOUPS and In the limbs }Vu adrise everr one to give It a tria Is a mere li and we arecont t aopenouwtU ever hew) OBtlt. KveW family should have ft bottle In the 'house IB accldonts, cuts, bums, ftc. Its pulu-relievlng are mIrKcnIons An for croup, U has we hare the to prove ft. Office, 45 Oortlaudt Street, New York Sold by fOll NKAB1.V A QUARTVa OF A tury Mathewi' Venetian Hair Dye ban been ei ten lively used, and In no corichiui Ithlle to give entire satiefac- tion, tain HAIK Witt manufactured by peculiar pro it Immeatmrably auperior any In i now or eyer before the people. _________ottle, no preparation U application. 8IKB THIB PSX you avoid that DOOTV.DWTV appearasoe br which dyed heir and whliken are to nadl if reeoKuliod, when an Inferior article naa been uod; be It perfectly natural of u QolJ Street, New York, Also, Manufacturer of Mathown' AMIOA Hila ULOUS he best hair In use. In largo bottles, pr" oottMIJ- price I THE CONFESSIONS AND Of AI IVAUB. Mdaea TO kUi and who nOrt horn DcblUtr. I'M- Maibood, M the tlma Ian Mains or DiLT-Cni. liy one who lias cured klauwUftftw eonsldxabu By eu> olodlnga ortmW raanllilawlr. M T. SPECIAL NOTICES. FISK HATCH, BANKERS, GOVERNMENT SECURITIES as Wall Street, New York, .urn U. S. GOVERNMENT AGENTS, yon THK WLB or Under the recent arrangement of tha Treasury Department with Mr. JAY COOKE, General Subscription Agent. and Drafts on New Tork, Legal Tender Note) ad Katlonal Bank Motes nisy be remitted in payment We also receive all Logs! Tender fire Per Cent. Motes, nd allow tbe accrued intfrett to rfart ef 'Mtcrtptim. The7-BO Notes will be by exprois, freo'o to nil reached the express oomptnloB. Orders nuy be fornanlei! t direct, or thiotuth Jour nearest bank or banker. TlBltlns the city will find a fall loeortment of he notu on hind at onr office for Immediate delivery. Orders by mall should, be acoonipanied wltb the addreM n full Co wMsh the notes are to be forwarded. We also keep on hand, anil buy and sell ft! Market raten all kinds o< United States Securities. Accounts of Hanks, Bankers, and inrJMdiulu receive on favorsDln terms! FISK Si HATCH, BAHKERB, 38 Wall Street, BRCHELOI, S CELEBRATED HAIR DYE IB THE BEST IN I 1KB ONLY HAIWfcBBS, T2TOB, AND BILIABU DTI f EKOWNI splendid Hair Dye Bed, nsty or Grey Ealr, instantly to a or KHUr I .BnwN, without Injnrlne the HalrorBtalalnc 8kn eavluc Hair Soft and beautiful i Imparts fwisU vitality, recently rostorinn pristine color, and 111 of Bad Cy3B. Tbe ilxued WlLIirjliI A. iAOHBLOB, all others are mere and Molded. Bum, ECLIPSED: Kalee extlncnhmed Gil AT hlnes forth, and the incmtaUUt fia that the hair turns from gray, red or nandy to a glorious .block or brown, QTJICKER THAN THE OHAMEUON channel its hues, under the operation of___________ JIAIES DYK, Is now known throughout the American continent. contains no caustic, Improraa tte fibres, pro- daces a rich, natural and lasting color of iany shade from 'arm brown to a xlour nmi, aad Is eadorwd by the most eminent anulytlojihemtsts In the United Btites. OUadnfaetured by J. Orlstadoro, Ho. 0 Antor House, Tork. Bold by all Draiglsts. Applied" by el! Drefp- lanidawlm. jroi x IIOVK MeanfMtur r and BnUil Dealer HABNKJ0. TBDHK8. Debility, utte nant by who baa really oared hlmulf and hun- of otuen, and will nothing tat back Box, Boston, slaai. KKB.VOKH, iKMINAI. CBIIIA11Y AND SEXDAX SKBTXMS-mw and.rellabl KcporH ol the Howim Bint M mall In waled letter enrelopon, free of charge, Address, Pr, J. BKIUW UOUOETOK, Howard AisccUtlon B.mtli Ninth Ht DUAUtU IN WATCHES, JEWELRY SILVIB PLATED WAEE, FANCY GOOXMB, AT 1'JIICM NOT TO DM CKD-MQIO, Block, t Doora Wnt e( the Office. BUSHO5SS CARDS. ei. tj. n u G B n., OKTIO u BABTAJilJi BLOCK, Ho. I D. A. JLTTOBNS? AJKD COWKBJLLOB AS IAW, tic. 11 WUtlnt Blotk, _____________________BTBAOPEB, N.Y PBATT. HCI' irroBHarB AKO ooDtraaiioaa AT JAW Office, la tirtat Block, Brmeuie. Oiiraii. PRATT. }ut B. I MA H3TEL, lc-'i St., of WarreK, HrtUon Hirer HaUioad. __ YOHK. A of I'm Ho Piironlte it KoUdted. Ko. II Wuren KinwE. BT.. H. C. i SUOVJIO TO or WABESM AHD JAxswra BTKBHIB ______Chrer Gremrr Store. ANI! WHOU9AL1 9IJJ.XH a Ale uid AH1J MAITOBAOn BJBK OJ WIUSB, j, Gun'ant, l.Mpborrynnd EldMUorrry, o Koc. 1 and I Pike Bio P. smra, _ KOORIfe, Enllnn street, ErractiM, W. y. CBIUIY. UTJMBAil ft. BJDWARD8. Htmniutorvn) and la all the Btrlia o JUGGUM urn erJKGHa, Wopflt Kr Houth ffaiKt end corner o i Sal na Directs, K. T. HHSIHT 3, B. 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Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

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