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   Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - March 24, 1865, Syracuse, New York                                SYRACUSE DAILY COURIER AND LOVELY, SINCE THE WORLD FOE OF TYRANTS AND THE FRIEND Off MAN. SYRACUSE. W. Y.. FRIDAY MOBBING. MARCH TWENTY CENTS PER'WEEK CQtJiUER W. W. Editor. The New York Herrid'a MobHa that troops ha re been ttom lhere since the first of February, bat there maioed about the town abont flfteen thousand tTODpS. Twenty thousand balw of cotton were sml to be piLd np at the depot of the Mobite Ohio Railroad, transportation into the interior of if 'be rebels could net hoid the place. The citizen. believed that .general Maury would bttra the city if heconH cot i A severe storm reached Mobile on'lho even- ing of tbe and continued nearly twenty- four ionn. The transports of the Federals ware driven ashore, and aomo damage done to one or two other vessels. Ia comwqnenccof s small supply, beef has edraated io the itew York market. The New York Tribune professes to have private information Gen. Lea bad aotifiei Jeff Davis that it was impossible, with the meant at his command, to make bead against the Union forces. The rebels have commenced ody io America, entered upon bin duties in asuteofmusicatioul .We wish bis words could be blotted out and forgotten ife have no heart to follow Mr. vagrant, unconnected and .drunken harrangue. After dilating on the people as the source of lonor and power, he took the oath of ceremony with great when ho proceeded in a maudlin strain to ei >atiate on tbe nature of an oath on the Con- niimion, and on whatever accidental theme ho floating fancy of the moment happened to iuggeat. The painful scene was bronguto a close by .ho clerk, who suggested that the time .had come for the Senate to join in..the.other cere- monies of tbe inauguration.. If it can be done wo hope measures will be taken .to impeach Vice President Johnson, and to remove him from the high place which he has done the ut- most in the power of man to disgrace. Andy Johnson's Beastliness OE.Inaugura- tion Day. The .man whom the republicans elected .Vice President, when they might have honored themselves .and dignified their country by choosing George H. Pendleiduj is thus depict- ed by the Republican correspondent of the incinnati Commercial. H-.p... TPE iSAueuBAL ..CCBXUONIES. Those who feel to dp, are ;wcl- come to tbe lask'of'drawinggraphic 'pictures of the scenes attendant upon the installation ot Mr. 'Lincoln for his second term. I candidly confess that, as all the poetry was ex- tracted from tbe occasion by the indecent conduct of Mi. Johnson, and tbe low undigni- fied, demogojical speech made by Mm when called upob'.io take the oath of office. for the tecand position in "toe gift of the American people. Instead of a few words, modestly craving the charily ojf.the Senate toward any err-crgof omiision or m'ight.commirin presiding over their deliberation, he disgusted sverV one "within ;ihe voice, by a' vulgar, illiterate liarrangne, for. which he would have been hooted from the stump at any jniass meeting. Drunkenness .may be entered as a plea in abatement for him, .for.he had been crazed with liquor for several preccdiDg days, and, as he entered the Senate Chamber, hia frame shook with! the tr'osor of debauch. Ho fell to his uatnral level, there-to remaiu for four mortal yean. Vve will not annalyze. wo will leavo it to the judgement .of'our readers, must redden with shame at the'thoughtthat leader- ship ID this land is entrusted to such' hands as these. Appeal for Unity of Sentiment and Ac- tion. Prom Ih9 Blchmond March 6. Among other admirable resolutions lately adopted at a large and enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of Lyjichburg, was the followina Besolved, That the cause demands the ut- most unanimity of counsel on the part of the President and Congress, on the part of the civil and military authorities, on the part of the army and the people, and that all must respond to one the love of country. and with oae .aspiration the country's in- dependence. This sentiment deserves to be printed. in letters of gold it nhould be Aboroughly adopt. ed and carefully 'and coDSciantipUBly .acted upon by every the 'Confederacy, in whatever station he may be found. We must be nnited'.or we must fall. We' can take' our choice, but Wa heartily and cordially together, or we Eball together perish by our ovvn distractions. Providenca will not EUapend ia our favor tbat universal law io accordance with which folly Brings its own punishment. It is not sufficient that we do cot seek disputes and issues with each oth- er wa must avoid them; wemusl as a positive duty, seek concord and harjnony and mity of we mast.'.baVe a'TTnipnof hearts acd a union of -UandB, the common spiralioa ot.orie'.ancl .ollbeipg try, land the aepiration andHbe effort of our country's iudependecce; We in the first iplaee; have this tbe executive and ilegislative departments of the government.'' >tha President apd Congress, -if there h'ave beenjany dis- (bey have probably passed .away. If ariy traces remain; let them -be; ationc'e gptten. "We adjure all; by Jthe loye -of a-bjeed-. lag country: imperiled .independence, Io renounce, every sentiment but that'of.i cor. dial iconcord jn.ihe eicution of. the joict'fabfii separate trusts which the people have given inasdlemn charge for the .most vital of. pnr- A SILENT BUT POWEEPUL >7esljlence and looked up- OE M the most dreicL-jil to which hnmuiitrts rot we hariiiin went at.werh amonx ua by dar and Itn jmd .locft.of Tbe jcbnije to rrhicti wo refer, tila eTUwMcli lalto effw tlre on ita of destruction, ifi.tbe luelftH draccluc 't of the spstem with na.OMOo0 drhvk Tliitt ft largo uamber of our-lellow creatnreB nnnntlly .go to, their gravee -Arom drnKKlDR themielvef to dentil, or aUpvlne othen. to do no. IB a. fact which. Is Incoutrovertlblr Tin .question cannot et-U be r Are there iot at hand medicines which competent to core noit of -the dli- eoMd .which afflict innSiadr Elpeflence hM proved that there am. andfortba cnreot allBillotu Dlwrpen, aniS all thif the'Btomaeb, Llrer and Hoofiand's German area podtiTe permanent remedy. The vto thli truth ore multltnda. The worth, of an article It based nwra Its pmmlarttr and no mediolnee has won Bacnjinoonnoed thcae jflttera. 'Wtaareverther 'hare SOOPIHGJBOTOH. CHffiDBEH NO MOKE TO BUFFER. TJIHOM this monsttotw disease, THE GEBiM VEGETIBLE COUGH STROP to the greatest invention of the day, and the best in use it Is the interest of every familyte bottle.'Of iton handtoenreysurchUdrtfQ. I hare confidence in recom- mending this Byrup asa rapid cure. Try it and eatlsf yourself. Tor sain by all Druggists. M..BACKB8, Proprietor, marlSdtf. No. 91 Hawley street, Syracuse. and honor been- introduced, ther eapareeded all other and when once used they beciime a public neceiBltr. drue borselrw to death wken we bave within onr reaeh a remedy nerer fails 1 name and vlrtMii are now and: whereier ofclrillittlon Is J> sa The President has set a laudable example. He has responded to the wishes of Congress and the people in several very in- teresting particulars, as to one of which com- plianca bad been made difficult, and has been Mcce exulted over by those -who wish him illj as a hloiiliation. He has done well, and de- serves well, in thus allowing -no considerations merely personal to himself to stand in the way pf serving the country iby the promotion: of that unanimity io essential -to our suc- cess J The people are looking :for and demand- ing the exhibition of 'a similar spirit en the partjof Congress. Vice President he Apo- logizBorEesignl WCoslof the administration Trib- unej Herald, Timeg, and Evening condoned by iheir silence the outroge with hich Andrew Johnson, ia a public place, on public occasion, ,'m the performance of a public duty, Affronted the peoplefof the. iiiied Slates, betrayed bis own beastly in- lincts, bis arid bis own oind. The iadependeat. however, refuses to ssist in shielding him from the punishment f public censure, and 'insists that it is.Mr. obason's plain duty to apologize or t demands tbat so great an affront to the dig- ity of the republic ah all be made to bear a fit penalty, atonement and The justice nd propriety of this demand are not to be dis- uted. "Divine Eighia." We bupe tbat all our readers will remember bat Abraham Lincoln roles by Divine Right, .nd is therefore not to be opposed. Be u much in his inaugural, which we have al uded to in another place, and his mouthpiece 'orney, ban this to Bay of him: "Abraham Lincoln was called from his quiet prairie home y Almighty God to bo the ruler of our 'her'efore, Jet nobody say aught against the hoaen of tbe Almighly. Lit its all reverence Im, aa hie Divine appointment requires "Wearo a circle round Mm thrice, For he on honey dew DCS fed, And druu.'i the milk of Paradiie-1" Dayton Empirt. Mjra Disgraceful Jsceaw at the Inaugar "ation, The hnmiliatine spectacle presented by th Vice pfeaident, Johnson, feltta. inaugnratjlo puerile and contemptlbl President- Mr. LiDeotn, were no the oniw marked incident! of the day. In correspondent of the 5ev Tor Express thus notices it TBS DAY T'le neeroes wer. thik in the Capitol, enratlon Saturday night, nam e'ous in the White How, to the exclns iou o of white BepuWic.m nnnrn who haa..coiw hundreds of railw to see to :1 9 W8B crowd Konse w reatthal the whole block, one time, with white men, and women, and negroes to ia, a to the breese it is there that -the standard for-all. .We urge novene to pur- chase this articler-we bntlay before yon. the facts of Ifcelr curative :is on alone that web one muatjndge for himself; .____ HOOFLA.KB'8 OBBMAN BITTEBB GBKMAM ''BITTJCK8 HOOFLANO'H GBttMAH BITTKas OSBHAM GIBHAN BIITBBS Will care every ease of CHKONIC OR NERVOUS 'DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THB and diseases arising disorderedstomach.. Observe the followingsymptoms, rwnltinit fromDlsor- dew of the Coasttpation, Inward in the .Head Aclditr of the Heartburn, Dlssnut lor in tne. Btomnch. (Sour Jiraetatioat, .at the Pit of the Hcid.anrried and Difficult -'tjiie Heart, Ohoaine or-SnfTocatlnz Vinlon. Dots or iWebs Biirbt. Btrer thu Head. of toe in the Dick. Cheit, Limbs. of Heat In FUshirCon-; .stact ImasinlngB of E vli and Great of Bplriti. Bemember .jlemembw Bemember Bemeinber- Bemember Kemember Kememb'er ;.v Bemember Remember -Remember Eemember Bemember .'.Remember. Remember Kemamber, fUimenher Bsmember That .this Bitters not That this Bitters la -Tnat this iBtttets is.'not Alcoholic, 1'hat this not Alcoholic, ThatthiSjiitterata-nqtIAleohoIio.; Contained no Bnm' or iWhleky, Oontalno no ;Bum OT Whleky, Bnm or'Whlsky, Contains no r Ooctaimi no Hum er Whisky, And eaonot makerDrintardi, And cannot make Drunkards. And cannot And conuot make Drnniards, And cannot make Drunkards.. i j In t' eWorld, In the' World, In the WorJil, In the-World, In tha World, the World. We will pay wo to any one that .will produco a oertl- ftoate pablished by nsithat Is not ceauine. The Presidents usher, who levied toll .off rsonB :whQ visited .on business, fier the exposure of bis rascality by Mr. Eth- ridge, was dismissed; wberenpon the Dayton oai-oal, pettishly exclaims: "We Ijopo Mr. Emerson Etheridge feels bet- er." And pray, why should not every honesl iar) feel better, on the removal of a corrnpt ,an from a position tbat enabled him to extort iciiey for Presidential favors'? Philip Drunk vs. Philip Sober. The New York Evening Post says that if the lories in regard to Vice President Johnson's correct, he must eitber resign or appologiae, or it wili be tbe duty of the Senate to act in the premises; and the Tribune I if Johnsou has drunkard, .and promptly and thoroughly be certainly cannot remain Vice President of the Jailed States end, if be has any. earnest and ntimate friend, ha will be-so assured forthwith. The People may pity as well as mourn bis fall, lit they cannot, abide a drunkard in his present ligh position. Cotton ia The Tribune thus walks into the Adminis- tration for some of .its cotton penults: Tbe regular Rebel mail, .carrier between Washington and Richmond, of the dentist per- suasion, who has for 18 months rejoicatt in. cclion permits and an enriching trade io tbe Mississippi Valley, arrived oh the 12lh direct from fiicbtnond in the regular course of his business, with a well founded contempt for the Old Capital Prison and a just scorn of conrts- marsbal. Breckenridgc passed him.through the rebel lines. His opan sesame of our lines can be guessed. Cotton w king, and Cotton will be king until now, Ihe foriiettfCongross ,ma_kes and then tries aa impeacbmeni for treasonable trade in cotton. Among the Republican journals we are elad to note that at least one, the New York C om- mcrcial, has tbe independence to speak of! Andy Johnaou's disgraceful exhibition in terms of deserved censure. Bays the Commercial: When we say that ibis was tbe most disgrace fal utterance ever made by a public man in ibis country, we the mildest words that can be applied to it. There is be but one excuse for this sharaefnl -ntecb ocd that. Is more shameful .than the Boeech itself. It is .charity to suppose that the noirit of "Old Bcurbon" had apotheosis in the Vice President's chair. Mr. Johnson insulted and outraged, all who stood aronnd "M T _ i Subjugation out of thef South Determined to Fight to the Last March; Has tbe NBW T.o.rk .Times :ever undertaken to estimate'bow long it may take to subdue and breaik'tbe spirit, of our people thatHhey -will be jwiltina tbemselves to eyerla'sting infamy J For it is :thi> pr nothing. 'There.'can b'e'no reconstruc- tion inatiljall JBanhppdfa're. ibeat en oat us, and we are, willing to pat our bands to oar mouths and our mouths in the dast and cry "unclean nriworthy so much as, to crumbs tbat .fail from your tables. Make ,ns to be unnibered.anioDg your hired Thpre can ba no re- cons'tfuction till we inot .te make resistance, but assent to the restoration. The only! Onion possible is by our 'consent. That consent lies -the are to way of gaining: it than beating ua. We.are equally sworn to endure every extremity of than jiel'd, When itbey count upon they, connt -upon our cowardice. ;Wo.have; convinced them that wo have courage to fight.. we have' yet to convince them we have We.have suffered in' loqalities se- verely alreadyl but as a country, we'have'not experienced more than the.premoiiitory pangs of tbat travail through which other nation has passed. Yet we hive endured enough to eat- isfyjthe enemy, if they were not demented, that; the road to the attainment of their object does not lie in the direction .they are '.pursuing We assume, and none can gainsay the .propo- sition, that it is only our con- sentithat the Union can be re-established.. We assume fact .is. .undeniable, tbatjnp p'rogress' has isncbJ a conquest. places :where.Jhe enemy, have' gone. They .have ifound a worthless .riff; raff, iwjth knave -of pre- tension, ready .to and in 'some they have attempted of ench material to eoverDmentarid rflaintain military force, we have they by their presence succeeded, either! by bribery or persecution, in transforming a community, or any it iSyer-w.ith into Unionists. Years of occupation Kave done as little in-Ibis way as a mere transit, The respectable population of -'New Orleans, of Nashville, of Norfolk, anti other places held by from 'aa early': period in the war, is as sincerely with as ever. The very.gronDd' which Grant's army lay encamped all, last winter sustains now as loyal a population as any in the country. How long, we ask the Times to make the calculation, .would it take to anbject Ihe whole country In what .the val- ley of Virginia has undergone? And when the calculation has been made, let the Times ask itself what would be tbe use of such proceed, ing if no more converts .to reconstruction could be made elsewhere been made in that renowned valley. Qur people are not deceiving themselves, :nor do.they wish to de- ceive others. They know the strength and understand the tamper o.f the enemy. They are perfectly apprized of tho.fact that the con. has'to'.be won by endurance. It has, some time since ceased to .affect them that Ibis or that place should fall.' The occupancy of Charleston, of Wilmigton, has not disheartened them. Sherman's passageilhrough Georgia and South Carolina dees not alarm them. They know, that the enemy cannot ac- eiipy and push forward at the same time that jon'e'stale must be given :np beforo an other can be overrun. In tuis..way immense extents 'of country will always be free from the presence .of the enemy, and there the process of reor. ganizing would .go on, even if out .present .ar- mies should be destroyed. They .have ceased to calculate the duration They look only at the independence, escape from ignbminous and mortal Facts I 11 Facts lit Vaets I 11 Facts 111 Pacts 11! Facts 11 j JaotsllI FocUMI facts its I Facts 1 fasts 1 Facts I I faou Pacts From the Eon.' Thomas B; F-iom the Hon.' Thomas B. Florence.' From the Eon. Thomai B. from the Hon.Thomas B. 'Florence. From.the Hon. Florence. From the Hon. Thomas B. Plordoco. From the from the Eou. Shooas B. Florence. OiErTuum-: Ha BO hesitation In writ etl benefit from ugaBd tedious _.----- jass. Irtoyoi. ineriescei Bitten. During and oner- ve named. 1 took hie ad- lentof health, renewtd 1 so moeh' needed and de- MJBIK. T-, TJJSIN. secured the sole and exclusive rlcht to sell In the States of America and tho Cftoadas, Lubtn's Hair Dressing Floriline, We take great pleisore to annonnclnir to the Drdcelst: and tbe public feneraUr, that the above celebrated artlole la now roady for dlstrlbntlon. The reputation long continued and enjoytd by lintiin's Hair In Paris and mo of the cities thrbmchont TSniojpe, would seem to be asnfO- clent gnarantee of Its but when the tact is known that It wan for many, years of his life Us esjMclal ,care, thought, labor, and ambition, to brim the Floriline to Its jrMeotunwinalea standard, its real merit cannot fill to be the public, and most especially by the Women of America." We for the 'Floriline the most per- feet Hair Preparation and: Dressing in the world. Bnta applioatbn will establish the tact that LUBIN'S HAIR DRESSING FLORILINE, like all hts .celebrated is 'dneaspasEed and -worthy tbe .patronage or all. Bold b7 all DrngelitB of repn to In America. DKAKE dt. CHILOS, Perfamen, sep7daw6m.. lOlXlberty Street. Hew York. i THBGBKATESS Ml d i c a I Pi OF t y e ry TMTB KXHmiDX, of Boibnry, haj In lw> par common cores Two: bbttlM are warranted to oaro a nnriln; soremoBta. One Jo three bottles will cls.rj the of kilrio. are warranted to eaie the varct oankorto Thzae to five bbtUel urrwarraRted to oare ths worst klcds .Oneprtwo.bottleaara tocnroal' hatasBin ae- warranted care numiaa blotches amone the hatr. Four to six bottles are mtrraated to cam corrusi MDhJbliff Qlosrs. One tottle wUlenre setiy eroutloneof tlie Twoior bottlen are warnsted to worei kind ofriMwona. 'Timxoi three bottles ue wfiimntsd to cnce tho mopt pentaeamofiheiunatism. to four bottles ire warranted to.care ttlt rh.gnm. FiTetoeiehtbottlM are to esrethe soratol From the Hon. Jacob Broom. ITrom.tlie Hon. Jacob Uroonu. from the Hon. Jacob From the Hon... Jacob Broom.' From- the Hon.. Jacob Broom.: Prom tbe Hon. Jacob Brooza. FKILADlLrBU, Oct.T, 1895. Bi rapl? to yonr inquiry as-to: the effect produced by the use of Hoofiand's Gerican 'Bitters injny family, I have no hesitation in sayinf -that it bail' been WehlybeBeflcial. In one caeo of dyspepsU of thirteen standing, and'.wci.cli dis-" treioinjr, the use of one bottle.eaveoccided relied the sec; bnd effectinff a cure, aitd-the .thfrdi It hac connrm- ed the cure, for there basibeen no; its return for the last six 'In my individual use: of itrl find it to an uneqnaled'tonlc, and sincerely recommend its .use toithe suflerers. "Truly, yours. JACOB-BHOQM. Bprnee St. From Her. W Siegfried, From liar. W D 'Siegfried, W-USieefrledi From BET. W D Siegfried, From Bev. W Slerfried, iPastor Iwelfth Bajtist Chttwh. FaiiiDiLTHU, Decemker ss, GEHTLIUIN :-I have- ieoently been taborlwr under .the distressing effects of 'Indigestion, {accompanied :br trationofthe reneaieswere reoemmended by friunds, and some a! them twted. but without relief. Bitters. were re- commended by persons who had Wed-.than, and whoae. favorable memtfon of. the Induced mftalto to try them: I must conlets that I had an aTersion to patent mediolhes Horn the thousand and oae" onaek whose only aim seemii to be -to-palm off swietened and dmrted lUnor upon the cemmnnity. ina slj way rand thetendency of w One to three bottles are warranted to core the wont case Ofdysiepsia. IknowfromtheeipMTienoeoftlioustadsthat i JiMteexrcansedbyaoanker in the stomach, Cnejor two bottles sm to ante nak bead ache CiMJto two bottles am warranM to I'eunLite a coinve state iff tho Onsjor two bottles Kill fill of the kidneys. .tout V> sli bottles hat eandthe worst oueso ;By strictly following the, .directions in tha around each bottle, and a'jBdlciout applloatton of RHKUHE pCKOFTJliA OIMTMBSW, OIMT5IK1S1'. i fmr. sore and Sloer of'what r kind.ornBtare, (ladal! eanbei-B that has lakes erfeotly ind eared. U. S. 7-30 LOAN, By authority of the SecreUO of the the nn- emltned has assumed tho General Subscription Agency irth'e sale of United States Treasury Notos, bcMlns even and three tenths per cent interest, per annum, :0wn as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. hese Notes are Issued under date of Aouust lilh, ISM, ij sro arable thlse years from thot time, in currency. ere convertible at tho option of the holder Into V. S; 5-20 Six per Ccrtt. GOLD-BEARING BONDS Those bonds are now worth a premium of nine including eold intcrent from November, which ,kei tbe actual profit on the 7-34 loin, atcttirent rates, eluding interest, about ten percent, per annum, besides tonjrottt State and municipal taxation, which one to three per cent, more, according to the te other property. The Intercut Is payable ml-annnally by coupons attached to each note, which may be cut off and sold to any bank or banker. The amounts to One cent per day on note. Two 8100 Ten 8600 -jo 91000 Notes ofaU the denominations named will be promptly rnlahed upon receipt of This Is THE" .ONLY tOAW JM MARKET m offered by the Government, and it cted that its supeiior advantages will make it the GREUT POPUUR OF tHE PEOPLE. LeBS'tlian remain.untold, which will ptoba- r of within the next 61 or 90 days, when the >teu Trill undoubtedly command a premium, aa hsu nnl- nuly been tbe.caee on closing the cubscrlptlons to other In that cftiiens of every town and section of the untry may be afforded facilities for taking the loan, the atlonal Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers rouKhoat the country have generally agreed to receive ascriptions at.pnr. Subscribers will select their own gents, in whom they have confidence, anil who only are be responsible for the delivery :of the notes lot which ley receive orders. JA.Y COOICE, BUESOBIPTION AOXXT, Fliiladolphls. Bubacrlptlons will be received by the First National Bant of Syracuse. Second j Third feblMawSm... .______ .______ GOVERNMENT SEtURITIES 18 Watt Street, New York, U, S. GOVERNMENT AGENTS, GOLDKH BITTIRS-THB BBBT TOtJIO IB IHK AND STKBKOTH- 'Biras.a-DTSPHBiA'B-KifBanr.'' 1 Tonic and ;the .of age, for.loss or lack of .appetite, feeblenesB and prot- They are mljd In''their action upon the system .ami increase gradnaur the force ot the nro- moteitho action of the and .epnnteraet the'bad ofrectn of water, or diet. A'sliigletrial will sstiafytfee 'most' skeptical.' For sale'byiDreggists, Grocers, Hotels and EeaUnrantn thronehout the .United GBO. C. aUBBIL CO., BoleTroprietor, Hudson, Hi T, OentrolBopot, American Bipres: Buildings; Hew Terk. UTLEY, No. 10 South ;SaIina street, Syracuse, Wholesale Agenta, 'march7-dly Pastor of tbe Baptist .PembertoB, M. J., fcrnurly ol the North Baptlev I have known Hoolland'a Otennau Bitters favorably for a number of years. X nave used :tbem in my own familr, andbave been so pleised with their effectTfhat I wa. in- dncedito recommend' them to inany-others, and :I know thai they have operated in manner. Bitters IB Intended beneat lie afflicted, and rum drink." tKVI O. From Bev. J Brown, D.D. Kroui Key.'J -Newton From Bev..J Newton Bre.wn. O D.-' From Bev. J Newton Brown. B. Vrom KBV. J Browio..P. .bsnental mple' p'repi I do .this Bitters ptepwed by Bri cause I wasi prejudiced agalntt tUemforraany yean, ander thetapresBfiratbatthey .were..chiefly.aft, icohoUcmii- "A Sliglut Coughs. VBW. are the importance >bf .checking a Oough pr 1 SHORT in its': first s'taee :that whloh in :the be ginning wonU yield toa mild remedy, if attacks tbe Broxcitisil Orttktt, give tuieacd almost immediate .-eilef .ispldiers should ihemjuthey cinbe ouileilln pocket and takeb'w ihemjuthey cinbe ouileill occasion reinlroi. 1 Bold brail Dealers a old b it.! 1 LM.O.K.-1864-Y! r PIlfKERTON'S WAHOO CALISAYA WeinnkKnoapology-for Introdacicg this pleasant and best of Tonto to the public. Drank as a bever. age.tSeyaieat t time themest pleasaat, health- fHl.anjiinvlsorattn known. They will etfeot- Complaint, Dropsy, Asthma, Oojjstjpation, and are partioularly neommended to per- sonssnlTerlnj from Pulmonary Complaints. They area oirtitn ouve and preventive of Olilll anil Intarmittant Fe- vers. usedto.preierve these Bitten, Is Pure Old Bourbon Whiskey. For this reasc n they are partlou larly reeommended'by Fhysiclans.tb t> ose who are Inc from, or predisposed to diseases of he Iinncs. SENERAL DEPOT, 14 AND 16 JAMES STREET, SYRACUSE, N. XV tWorraalobralt and respectable d" blidawly, A Candid Statement. Yon ca-procure of anyDrucsist In thl> city and vicinity DB-i'diifAB1 It Is a sure cure for 'son headache, toothache, ;cb tonic rben matism, colic, aroups and pains in ;the limbs, advise EresBfi '1 am i indebted -to try them when from treat ability. Ihe nseiof Ihrwibottlss at present yaar, >yir; itlon to a' decree" of bodily anamen- KM, jor the removal of.tMi. for.enconragement.to try thei and lonit continued debility, the beginning of.tho dent relief and rcBtoratloL tol visor which I had, not felt for had desoaired of and my friend for di -BEAD TBIB FOtLOWIKfJ-. The following well known reverend gentiemeniave ae- knowledeed'ln wrilinr'the eolvedIromthe use of these bTttois: .must -eertalnly convince most j. 'i'-L ii" Kev. J. S. Herman; of the ;Bofcrmed Church Vlyonsf to give It atria tt and we are eonfi t no persou will ever bo with out lt.1 Every family slionld'have bottle-In- the honae in case of sudden acctdenti, ,iuoh as suts, bar OB, scalds ic. Its poln-nlievlne inaUiles are miraculous. As to croup, It baa taved hundreds wo have the' certificates to prove ft. Office, 30 Cortlandt Street, Hew York. Bold by _ .decidawlm FOB KBAKl.? A OF A CBS tury Venetian Hair Dye' has been extensive! uied. andinno oiseuai Itfuile to give entire satlslac rB Is the best and cheapest In th Fifty Oents. and each bottle con lion. _ of Jt.-Cb.nrch. Pa. tta-Tenth; Chief Cabinet, the foreign minis- tftis and tho 'j _ M. fhav. tne and they are willing lo bear all tbat now lies between the present and that end, God being helper, they will never yield, they nor any of their children, nor their children's children. A Republican member of Congress nays tbat .the Vice .President, said, taming to the fen foreign Ministers present, be addressed them thus: 'And yous folks. there with ribbons and gewgaws .and laces, I have something to say to yous Is it a wonder that Samner declared, would rather Washrngton captured than iMultad m thi lo jnbh degreed 1 I the worthiest in the land Md. ho did not degrade. VEHETIAN DT world.: Its price-is only Vl- tains doable the toantity of o-jo in those nsnally sol HAIB DYB la' by a peoullK pro cess which renders it 'immeasurably sapwlor to anyi the sinipe of a Dye now or ever .before the people. .Bern complete In one bottle, no preparation is required, wlUeB greatly slmplines the appUcatwn. IN 'UBINO THIS DYK. von avoid' that DUVTT, DIBTT which dyed bail audwhiikers are so read I. when an Inferior article has been used be- .aces s> perfectly -natnral-eolor of any abat desired -one that will not fade, crock or wai outgone that is as pormaneiit as tbe hair Itaell. For sal by Drngglstc, Price 50 cents. JOSB8 t JSVAN8, JONB8 BVMJfl, JONBS SUCO.MOT to 0. B. Co. Prpprletors. rorsalebyPnggtitaiiitvtrytowBlB octftdaw.- Aim. Mauufaetarn of Mathews' AKIIIOI, Him flics he best hair dressing in In large bottles, price ents. ooMMlr THE CONFESSIONS DZPEELENC ItAUD. Pandas a OinriOM to Tora TO THB SKJS.VOU8, AXD was the comment of I fcmeroy t b.alUita a ftw of iliiry. fciwllllnji' postpaid addrasaed employ- td. Addieuto JOHM M. BAOSALL. and others, wao suffer from Keryouj Debility. Prt mature Decay of Manhood, ic, supplying at the aau By one who -has cored UmMif after undergoing eonalderabte inackeiy. closioga oatpald addressed single copies H.T. WIHKOOSn' J033N TTORNET OOU'SSELLOK AT LAW, Omen, No. S BsustaliU block, >ver the First K itlonal Bank, entranos bom the AMtit nil Btnesce ttn et. ______ MptjMtt JC UN BU'KKE, (Sieceisor to JEeid Dealers in BrandiM, Wine, j Ho. 51 orth Balina Byraeue, H. Y. guperior Irish; gooich, and Hononrahela P-ISK HATCH, BANKERS, J.SD PIALB8S IB TOB-THH SALB Of TB8 the recent arrangoment of the Treasury i Pep.artmont with Mr. JAY COOKE, General Subscription Agent and Drafts on Hew York, Legal Tender Notes ndKUlqnal Banknotes maybe remitted in .payment. We also receive all Legal Tender five Par .Ctnt. Notes, nd allow the accrued inlerut 'to date o! '.ubicr'.plion. The 7-30 Notes will bo forwarded >jr express, free'o haree, to all points reached the'express'companieB. Orders may.be forwarded t us direct, or throngrh your earestbank or banker. Persons visiting the city will find a fall assortment o! le notes oahand at our ofuco for Immediate doUtery. Orders by mall should be accompanied with the address n fall to which thcrWrtea are. to be forwarded. We also keep on hbnd, and bay and sell at Market rates allfclndsof United States Securities. Accounts of BaalcB. Bankers, imti IndJrldaaU nfarorable terms. F1SK Sc HATCH, BANKERS, Wall Street, Mew York I ELAJUS I J BACHELOR S CELEBRATED HHIR DTE IB: THE REST IN THE WORLD! THB ONLY HABMLB88. TBUB. AND BJUUABIil D? i KNOWNI This splendid Hair Dye is chancel Bed, uty or Qroy Hair, instantly to a Stooy pi Nnttr Drewn, without Injorina the Hair or the Bk n eaving the Hair Soft and beautiful; impurti fmk vitality frequently restoring its pristine color, and reotlnes the ill ffocts of Bad Dyes. The Sennlne is signed WttJiIAJI A. BAOBJEUiOB, ail others are mere imitations, and Bold brill Bros Faetory-M BAIOLir BIT, T. ttliaer'itlai TiiUt Crtum.fir Drtnlmtkt Mtir. leM-dawlr ECLIPSED! False lights are extinguished 6mil TIDTE liineH forth, and the incvntuttblt tact .that the hair turns from gray, red or sandy to a glorious black or brown, QTJICKEK THAN THE OHAMELION channel its hues, under the operation of CHISTADORO'S HAIK DYE, BOW known tbroughont the American continent, n is tarmlesB, contains no cAuatlc, Improves the duces a ilch, natural and luting color of any shade frem a warm brown to glossy is endowed by th mast eminent analytic chemists in the United States. Manufactured by J. Orlstadoro, No. I Astor House, Hi Tork. Bold by all Crugzlsts. Applied by all Hair Dress Rervoul D by one who has really curedhlmselfandhup drediof others, andwUl tellyoa aotblnf "but the Loot Boston. Mass DISEASED OF THE NKRVOCB, BBBKIAl, UKINABT AND SEXUAL SSBTIMB-new and rellab Keports of the HOWIM AMOOUTKMI- SeBtMrnalllB sealed letter free of Address, Dr. J. SKIU.IH HouaaroM, Howard Assoeiauon South Ninth St.. Phlladelphia.Pa._ PEALEH Di WATCHES, JEWELRY SttVEB PLATED WAES, CX.OCKS FAJVOY AT PSIOSa NOT TO BE DJtDSBBOLD. 1 BasUble Block, I Dacrs West of Ihe Post lebSdtf. WBJ u u o BASTABUI WHO a A. B A.HD _ KB K. 3. A. Mo. 11 WtMinc Block, PK.ATW. MMOHSUUU BU.OWM, JB AH3 OOUH8KULOB8 AC LAW. In BterenJ Bleok, Byraoiaa. Dunn ttuai. Jan. p. j. HOTEL wlcb St., Kiir Uudson Bim BaUroat. NBW YOBK. t> UI1H HO V JB BOLD QSMAf FOB OABH. A share; 'if FnblU BoUoltei. _ NO.M WanwHtraet. N. C. PUWBBJB, aiHOVBD TO Ot TrABRBH AND VATXTTI HXBUIIB MOOIUE, AND WHOLBftALM BBaLUI AMD HAMUI AOVUKSB DOHMTIO WIOTU, Qrape, Oarra it, Baspberry and JHderberrry, .UlO OLAKtflmD Jamm gtti at.Hyracq e _ _ SMITH Oc. CHERRY'S BOOMS, Not. 1 and t Pike Block, Balina Btrget, H. f. SMITB. CHIB. DUKBAB. JOABIUACW, BUGGLM AND ootory and Depot So. in Booth Warren and e B, C, J: NO sow A ATTOENIE3 COTJN8ELLOBB AT LAW. ITSAODU H.T. B South Balina Onr B t fhKt Orookery Store. JAMBS KOXCS ANDBBW LTHOIt, maytMtf.' v. aavvm, ATTOBRI AMD OODHULOK At IB M1UBIJI DBS, DAISIKGBB AND WAIBWBIGHT, AfFJOJl in th j New rates Block, Immediately ore- One Store. aa Wo ,6 Towiuead Block, laanufactnrer ,ind of. di opper and Sheet Iron Work. BRAND CTJTTINO. yl7il> DR. S. N, THOMAS' Oil! of Vitriol Compound are distilled, freo from all gross matter. BOBE-Half a tea spoonful. KT 'One dose fill ..core sonneu ot the TaiOiT, Uun tap pae tnaij oonial aaords iramedtate ralief la Aira- larOne teaiooonm! .eurti Onilo in UUtn mla -i i Tt cures or the KmxiYi and Brim. 19- It cures MALT BBXUV, GUVIL, Bllnil, or BlaedlM It poiltir ily cnitoi the wont cases of CXILBUUCI r FKOSTSO FBI T. T A few aiiplicattom oorei ot IW-jrorOnocrorWoaMSU ahlitren, it wnwoal- Or it onns I! TBUT'UT ia its wont forms. Kf .11 ion hi a relatlre or friend In Anny that oulove seBdUemsoDMoUt. HORSES. Uy It cans cjhollc or Bolts In M nilnnteJ, VT It Is warxinttil to curt ftitLg aad wotk the hot everyday. Boll by all Dn exists. Wholesale by Bynamsa. COOK, WHOLWAiB PRODUCE AND COMMISSION IIEKC3HCANTH, Are racatrlncftr eaak, or on wnunlaaloa, Live stock, POKE, BiSEP, 8H1EP, PODLTEY, Uaau, IiMter, Irfird, Fruit, Flour, Grain, ProTiuonit and ALL i COIWTBT PBOUVCB, No. 10 Cllmtw Bleek, N. "ST. D. XookiUm, 3.'-fi. December IWI. Jantdta A. O. OOOK. affording an opportunity to all to patriotism doling Out DRY OH ACCOTJ SI ef additional Faney meat bull if added to our former HaM, Kan entire space of anr kave MMIMML the Jlpurnlrg Dry Goods bransli at .M anselilnf out Mo men monetwy theentlreUMLtairiaJMtargOBT., -7; Fi ench achool MADAMB i" InstmatloBln the Innth Monday. Dec. lltk, at No, ScJUit J oor oast of W uma. SPAPERf   

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