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   Syracuse Daily Courier And Union (Newspaper) - April 29, 1865, Syracuse, New York                                ACUSE DAILY COURIJ3 "VJLI. EVER SINCE THE WORLD FOE OP TYRANTS AND'THE MtlEND Of MAN.1 J. Putaiisher. SYRACUSE. MORNING. APRIL 29. 1865. TWENTY CENTS PER WEEK COU BJLERAJSI> UN10K W Secretary Stanton's .Objections to Sher- man's Memorandum of Johnson a Proposed Surrender. OBJBQT Of THH VTAS It will be remembered that tho war has always been understood and declared its to have bten only lor the Union, and that Mr.' Lincoln Miami! declared that when that object was atdined, tbf" war would cease. All other thlugs and policies iave been defended only as collateral or aeceisarj to the attainmeat of this one It la true that Sfcermtm might have limit? himself to accepting terms of capitolatioti Johnson's army alone, leaving the otlier Confederates in the Held f and tho war -sllll i linger on for weeks or months, or years. AD: one who reads carefully the memorandum o terms of captluUtiwi, heretofore published iu this paper, will see that Sherman did more He really provided for tho niter crery rebel by force, the complete dispersion of every rebel baUallion and the snbmission of every rebellious State to the authority of Ihe Federal Government. The adoption of that capitulation, by the in- triguing politicians at 'Washington, would therefore, hare secured not but al' the ends for which the war has been proi'es- sedly, if cot really waged. FIHST OBJECTIOS 8TANTOX SEEEMAS'6 LKOZIi: MISTAKE OB It, is charged that Sherman in considering and submitting these terms of capitulation usurped authority belonging to the civil power, and not legitimate to the military commander. Had Sherman .definitely con- cluded that arrangement, thera miglit have been a msre semblance of justice in the charge. But the fact that the agreement, o) surrender was wholly subject, by Us terms, to the approval or disapproval of tho alleged proper authority ..at Washington, robs the charge of usurpation of .all its force. It ahonld furtherie remembered, that Sher- man and Grant Jbotb. -had an- Interview with Mr. Lincoln, prior .to the movements on Eich. mend and Kftlelgh, and that thero Is DO reason whatever to that ths terma of capUu- lation at all vary 'from-the understanding then and there arrived at .Mr...Lincoln. Sbor- man was not in telegraphic .communication with Mr. Lincoln, while Grant 'was, and the very fact that Grant.telegraphed to Liuccln when Lee proposed to surrender, in reference to a proposed general arrangement for Peace, shows that .at least, BO instructions agninst such a capitulation, had previously been given. And.tlif fuct that while Mr. Lincoln was still in Richmond, the late call of the Union men for tho re-assembling of tho Virginia Legisla- ture, was issued, with a plecSgo of safe eoadus to Letcher, the then rebel Governor, and th Legialature, and' otber influential late rebels establishes conclusively, that Sherman follow ed herein, but the new policy of Mr. Lincoln as it was generally understood prior to hi return to Washington. We know that a correspondent of the New York Tribune, gives another version of tli matter, which He publish elsewhere but a this account appeared only after the President's decease, it is nt least liable to the suspicion of being inspired from some othf source, and of at least doubtful -autiienticitj On tho other bond, ae to ibe proposed action .of the rebej, State The Mew York News makes the following definite ant unequivocal statements Mr. Lincoln hud, when in Richmond, laii down terms of reconstruction in perfect ac- cordance with those agreed on between Gen Johnston and General Sherman. The writtei a-rd soon ns the armies of tbo United States wer" disbanded, to conquer noil subdue tht> loyal States. It will bo remembered that the capitulation expressly provides that tha arms shall only bo need to preserve and enforoo tbo Peace in due nabordinalion to tbo Union and tbo Constitn- tion of tbe United Slate.', and tbe pretended apprehension of Mr. Stanton ..that tbe very men who wore prepared to lay down these arms and submit lo the Union, now when arrayed as a veteran army, after each and all of them had laid them down and dis- persed, would again-.seize.and use them to "conquer and subdue th-s loyal by whom they bad juat bcnn vanquished and disarmed, is puerile, mockery of intelligent men's understandings. It is untrue lo eay that tho agreement between Johnston and Stoerman leaves these arms open lo the nse of the Confederates, for it espresaly provides that, ence deposited at tho places Jappoinlod, they shall ba subject to tbe orders of "the Chief-of Ordnance at Washington." But, eays Mr. Stanton, -'.it undertook to re., establish tha rebel State Governments." The governments existed before the War and ihe Rebellion. The capitulation nither creates nor nncreates them. It simply changes their character in a moment, and with a few strokes of the pen. From a condition .of rebellion, it brings them Lack to their first'condition of .oyalty and obedience to the Constitution, tha aw, and legitimate Federal authority. Tha Federal Constitution guarantees to every State a Bepublican form of government. A Republican Stale government implies, necessarily, tbe rule of a majority of the peo- ple of the State. If any authority is compe- tent to prescribe that a lees -number, or a minority shall rale, because the number la nowhere limited, it ia equally competent to prescribe that ten men or one man shall rule, as any other number. The rulo of any favored or select number less than a majority, is equally an oligarchy or an aristocracy >e tbe rule of. ten, men, and does not constitute a Republic, and is violativc of tbe ipn. If a majority rule, and -the Constitution >e not violated, then .nearly all of the people f those States having been rebels, their escnlatives in tho State Governments, even if iew elections are had, are likely to bo repent- ant or converted rebels. But as this cftpknla- ion at once restores all to loyalty, and .compels II officials to swear anew to support the Constitution, what more coald be.gained by a rnenls as TVO will, quibble UJJOD capitulations BB wo please, we cannot orade the Mesico hris boon a.gain and again revolcition- izad, but foreign powers asserted not only their debts but tbe claims of their subjects against her. We may evade it by successful armed resistance in case of need hut or a combination of foreign powers, soon- er or later, held by us, assert the claims of their subjects grow- ing out of the action of tho Southern States while in revolt as they did against Mexico whose history .id a history of The claim under the Saw of nations, if we mis- take neither gain cor lose force be. cause of the governments. new ,or old form of the State SIXTH .OBJECTIOn. puts in dispute the existence of .loyal Slate the .now State of Western Virginia, which has been recognized by every department of the tUnited States government. Ii "puts in dispute nothing." It simply; acknowledges a dispute': already existing and names that judicial arbiter which ia likely to be most favorable to the :objeetpr. A large part of the loyal North disputes the validity of the new State government under the Constilu- tion; and if the courts are ever allowed to act: and parties whose interests may ba involved L 7-30 LOAN. By authority of the Sfjorotary of tho the un- daraljrno'l has atisumed the General Subscription Af onCy .for the sale of. United mates Treasury Notes, bearing seven and tlirou Unths per cent Interest, per annum, known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN. are. Issued under dale of Jnue 15th, 1805, oDdaro payable iJiroe years from that time, In currency, or are' convertiMe at the option of the holder Into V, a. 5-20 4ibr. per Cent. BEAMING BONOS Thoso bonds aye-worth a premium which lacreasss the actual proUt on tbe 7.30 loans, its exempHonJrom Bttm ami municipal taxation, whKsli addt from mt to to tue rate levied on other property.' ;The Interest is payable In currency norni-a'rinnaUy by. coupons >ftachea to .each note.-'whlch may be cut off ami sold or banter. .The interest anioants.to Due cent per day on a jiotc. Two coutta Tea S5OO O.K.-1864-7! PINKERTON'S SPECIAL NOTICES. SAGES HAVE WRITTEN OUd Fonts HAVJJ SUNG THAT CKOWNIMO We nislte no tpoloey for introduclnc this pleasant and UostofTonlo Bevaragesto the public. Drank an a bever- age, they are at t aamo time tho most pleasant, health- ful, Invieorstin compound Suwira. They, will effect- ually cure Dlapopala, Uror' Complaint, Dropay, Asthma. Constipation, and are partioularly recommended to.por- 80D8Buffering from Pulmonary Complaints. Thay area curtain euro and proventlye of OhiU and Intermittent Fe- vers. The spirlta used to preserve these Bitters, Is Pare Old Bourbon Whiskey. For this rats! n they are partlon larly recommended by. Physicians to oso..who.are suffer- Jhafrom.orprGdlflppaod to diseases of heLuufa. SENERAL DEPOT. 14 AND 16 'JftHES STREET, br Dracifist-j and rospoctfl ble d S3 88000 memoranda. ia. which the late President pledg- ed the Qovernment of the Onitod States t? that basis of adjustment is cow in the hands of Judge Campbell. A letter, enlarging stil! further stetjsmkDlike liberality of tho coQdltioni aejgfor.tb in his memoranda, was written tnbseqnently by Mr. Lincoln, and that further cocsmittal of. the Federal Goveroment is. wa believe, now in the bauds of the gallant officer to whom it bad been directed Major General WeiUcl. The pledges -thus made, and still outstanding, by the authority of tho Qovernutrnt of. the United States, provide fo? the.abaolnte recognition of the "rebel" Lpgis- lature of that State as representative body of Virjrinia. It -treats bygones as bygones, and, while declining to withdraw any procla- mations of '.ho Executive, places emancipation and confiacation subject to the award of this Supreme Court. Peace, reconstruction, con- Btitntional harmony and, perhaps, even hearty goud .will bad thus been placed within tbn reach of the public of both sections. OEJIOTIONS. Having thus disposed of firs', ground of objeatiba; ,to the memorandum for the capitulation" of Johnson, army, and all tbe rebel armies, we proceed, briefly as pos- sible, to consider Stanton's otborexemptions. SSCOSO "IT WAS A PBACTICAI. ACKXOVjLHDOEBEJiT OP THS B.5SEL Sir. Blantou dare not assert that anything in tbe capitulatioa is a express, acknnow- of government. Any candid reader of it would .see at a glance, that the Secretary lies! He only dues to aauert his ewrJ" conclusion, that in myaaical way, a capitulation which aboliehed by its very terms the rebel government, took away from it, its main props, the rebel States, and restored them to lite Onion, and disbanded all itii armies, is au acknowledgement govern- ment thus utterly made powerless and annihi' lated That tho Confederate Government wa.j a existing fact, every one kcows, that we have fought to abolish that fact, on thtf ground of .illegitimacy, is equally well known, Itnd to charge an acknowledgement of legitimacy upon him who, at one stroke, secures Us annihilation, ia the very height of abanrdiilly and impudence! THIED OBJKGTIOjr. is understood to establish tao rebel State government! that have been over thrown at the sacrifice of many loyal lives and .o iraiMDie and places small armii "nd munitions of war In the hands of tho reb. i, wbtoh night bo e-orgsisiZBtionof the SiBteGovernments? We epeat, therefore, it simply converts lately ebel goverrjmeuls into loyal ones, and.man an do no more. A policy that puts those State governments ito the hands of the one in twenty or one in hundred who have never rebelled, would mply enable the power and the of the goTsrnmeht to rale eleven South' era Stales, auo an indeflniLe lertn. to rule the whole loyal North. It would perpetrate ia the federal government.the pow- er of an aristocrapy .or oligarchy of a few partizan leaders. It vvonld require heavy au-> are allowed to appeal to them, the dispute will come before tho courts with or without this capitulation and the proviso therein, SEVENTH .OBJECTION: practically abolishes the confis- cation law, and relieves'rebels, of every degree ;Who have slaughtered all pains and penalties of their Mr. linepln, prior to his under' stood to be preparing a prbclamation of jal LtheATiibnne have.faeen generally responded, to, clamored for it.' -Grans Jvery. thing :as-to a0d ev.erybotly, higli and low in it, ariil tile act was approved. If .those who have actually slain our sons and brothers are relieved.of Ihede pains and penalties, who else shall be "A says the News, gibbeted in chains at every cross the orthodox sya- tem under which "European despotisms .have made revolution chronic. A leading, man a.tj the South, rotting in -irons .at intervals ofa; few miles alocg -the be-in ugly bib relatives, frienao and rilla or will hang around .the bo :paid; In advance. Tnli.ls Kotce ot si] the named will be promptly farnished nppn racolpt of enb'acrlp'tjonf, end the.nptei forwarded at .once. The' Interest tp.isth Juno next will .E.OAW BK MAKKET now ofrored.bV- tie Government, and it la confidently ex- pected that its Rnpeiior'advantig-es will make It the A Candid StateaBteui. Voa ca.procure pi any In this city and vicinity, DB. TOBIAS'V.SKSTiAH LIMIMSMT. It is A aure and speedy Bore throat, heddaclia, toothache, chzbialc rhou- colic, tronps'and pains ilmbB. erory one to give It a trla .The 85 cent3T-and we areconfi ...-tuo person will ever be .with- out It. Kvery family Bhonld.hav.o. .the .house In caaeof suilden as ciitSi..burns, .Rcalda, Its p ia-ruUevinff  ai-is ol Freedom for oil is an arduous wider, taking, Tbo difficulty ever present to the mind ol a. practical we take Andrew ohnson eminently 10 how to reconcile he fundamental 'democratic rule of govern- ment by a majority vote with the necessity of aking care that the loyal people of the ex ebel States shall not be put under the faet of he disloyal." To effect this end, how long after Peace and irder might have been restored by this very long even after the Sonth- irn army shall'be we to be a >ccy to anarchy, misrule, sedition, conspiracy, roiriial law, covert or confessed, and despot- am 1 The just and fair rule of real 'majorities is reconcileable only with tho will of the majority 'Heir; and no right statesmanship, nothing but fraud force, or venality and corruption, can make even an apparent change. OBJECTION. miahllurmah aground of respon- sibility by the Federal Government to pay the HW.1 citi- K debt contrac by the rebels in the name of the Slate. An intelligent reader will look Iu vain through the entire memorandum .of capitula- tion to find any clause on which this allega- .ion is based. The question is not raised by the capitulation bat outside of it. Shape these liatts as mny, rcvolutiOBlxe their govera-' mcke the locality io the pursuits of peace. Traveling .agents o 4he enterpcise of this sectionWIIorthern mei who may go'to seek' their fortunestt the ricl fields of the South, will run very great riak when passing th.ose. gibbets, of ..closing-.theii missions under the knife or rifle of "a'lawlesf vengeance." 51 In former leaders, we have sufficiently dis: Cussed this question. A universal- amnesty is a a ooatented population.; am patriotism will sacrifice vengeance to the par manent welfare of the country. But, if a gen ,eral amnesty why not, it by specifying those who shall be excepte rejudioe Sherman's agreement. The, press ordered by telegraph to; publish nothing n relation to it, until officially byrStanton Wby The capitulaUon was go clear, so lonsfioent, so complete a fulfilment of tbe onging hopes 'of tbe whole people that the cabinet dare cot commit it to.the public judgii met, without accompatiymg.it with their own ong studied but extraneous pbjeotions design" ed to prejudice it in the public mind I J.ODBTS LADf'S BOOK for T reolve d WXNKOOY 8' SECURITIES 38 Wall Street, New York, U, S. GDVroWIENT Under the recent arrangement of the Treasury' Department .with Mr. JAY COOKS, General Snbsoriptlon Agent.. ;Checkn .and Drafts oa legal Tender Notes .and National be remitted in payment. WealEorecelve.alljIieizaHrendier -FivcVer Cent. Notes, and to date it '.vbtaiplim. Ihe .7-80; Notes irlll be -forwardt [I br nee argo, to all point! .the bo na direct, or thioatliyour nearest bank or banlier.- Persons visiting tbe city .will find a fall aSBOrtmsnt or; the notes on at oiir.offipe for 1'inmedlate.dellTery. Orders.br mall ehould be aeeompanled wltti tbe address in full 60 whJo'a the notes are forwarded. -We also keep on hcjid, and bay. and tell Market -rates allSlndeof United States Securities. 'ccoontaofBanfcB, Bankers, and .individuals receive on favorable terms; F1SK- BABIKEE18, 8S WaU Street, Wew such as Retention -Whites Sterility, also YMicriul Diseases, Xiver Complaints, tt.nA- Heart Diseases. Try and aoe'for you-SQif pnaluj; autlvlcy. witli.which it.clfcanKes -JiH blood ami cures thi ee'dlaorderH. Oariu-j late ypurs tho-publlc have been misled Uoltles, pTeCuntlinjr to yive.a quart of Extract .of-3arBft- puilllafor one dollur.' Moat of these bavp been frauds upon '.he Blijlr, for they not only'contaln little, il' aaparula.rbut oftpn no ..curative proper-iQS.Tvhateyer.1 bitter disappointment has followed the various extracts or Sftrfloparilfa which -markot; .nntil.tho name Uaelf has beaomH.aynanymoufl tt-UU-impos- itioD an-1 cheat. Still 'wh call thld. coinpound "SarSftpar- lila, supply bucu a :reihoay as shall rescue tbo name frr.m tub. loait.or.ubloqny'-wblch. rwi4s upon-lt.', We-thluk we have ground For-peliovlng'.l't'his vii lues- wh ca are irreRietlble by the ordinary the.disenBea U. ip.lntpnded to cure W.o can only rsHur.e.tbe tbat; wo pffar them the alterative which' we know-how to; proouee, ite havarxaron tO believe'..It' to.by far the most effectual purifier .of .the blood yet discovered by any CHERRX uniyeroally surpaaS'eyery othei for tUe.curo of Oplda... influi'iiEQ, Ho------ CrOUpr Jq-.aayMHWC.HtfUjP ,oa8e, t.h'at lo.-recpuiit itKe'eyi AKNICA HAIR GLOSS IB an fnalspcnsablo acljmiotto the toilet, lit _ especially .Bvrpet and .proprietor, having, la; tliifl rospoct, conquered tJae eoldan Ladicn should use the AKNICA HAIK-GLOBS. It will stimulate iuvlfforate tho hair, prevent it ftom faUinff out, roetore It when lost. It will It go as cat in aud E'-OBoy aa raTOa'fl Gentlomeu should use the ARNICA HAIR G-LOS8. It answors every purposu of oil and pomatum, and yet leaTQS thu Ualr clear and free, so.tha't it vlll. neither sol] tho hat. nor give to the head tlie appearance of a recently used "mop." M'ATHEWS' ARNICA HAIR GLOSS Is particularly adapted for children. Zt drives avayall acalp the.roots.of the hair to healthy ac- tion, ioepo it constantly invteorated, and makes It per- foctlyjoft and erlossy., In larse bottles; priceSO oonta per bottSo. Sold by druit liota. A, I. MATHBWS, Gon'l Aat.V RtSJdBaTVfim________No. 12. (Jold Street. Nfifr Pine and 1'euinm at Grcut Bareilaa. Wlilio and Brown Blanks, Obenpest in Window Curtains, Borders AJM> Buyers find these ITn- ed in Tarioty, Qiiallty and Style, iKD SBLLIKO AT PRICES FAK BELOW THEJEB MABKET VAUTE CH.AJS, TEV. COBNEXJLi, IS) SoutU eallna street. mariffldtr. first Book.torca.bOTo n. R. 03 in. HVAJUD. ie benefit, and as a OiurroH TO Ttouxo MBHassd. who-saner from Servous Debility, Pre- aw.; sasplytOB She snme MEiao Off SBLF-Craa, Brone who .asa cured ilf afterandereolns oonEiaeraDIo virtuns.' The'world RL Pronursd by i. C. A by KKHYON IBS GREAT DEDUCTIONS IN PRICES Of, Pap -r Hangings. WYKKOGP BROTHER, tlietr entire Stools WAUL PAPERS, AT GREATLY KEDUCED PRICES BOR CASH. is the Time to Bay. :ir stock imo JMBGKST and BEST In tiila Thei MEDIO FOU tury Uathews1 Venetian 'Hair hae been'ezteiulvely casehas' h'faiie to tion. V OS VENBTlAIir DYE IB the and obeapwt to the world. Its price Is only 'Fifty Cents, and each Settlecon- ains double the tnan.aty.of .die in those. tUmajtlr TUK HAIB by a jp'ebuUiir.pTb- tess vrhioh in'- 'ihe shape of a or .ever before.the Complete In one bottle; no preparatlcn Is which 'IN-USING THIS 'Dl appearan'oeby ____ y recognized, .when MI inferior Ides, it a -perfectly hat may be desired tbatlsjia'pennaneni iy Druggists. FOB. PBDDIMI VOTABT 0? FAL8K PLBASDJBB.iWHO, ____ O TBAT HB.MUa UUUBBp .TBlt: BSEDB .OP.A pBItTAIKLOATHSOMK-DISBA'ajt- AK BHK3B OB DBTEBiBBD WoM ISO 10 A FUTSISIAII WBOBE KffOWLBDOK ITPSEI. BMOB CAS ALONE BBFXISKP JUa IH BUTIIBSB; Persons calling, see no biit th'e Doctor. In view of the .vastdeatrHctlon of human tbe.nnBuceetBful the jdeoepttoDB-need Meoiclnei' It pur dtttj to Bu- tice uf ha IBK atl for the cure ol all "Wter. Tlie Jaoulty .pf.thls.tastiintlop embraces the beet mp.dlcal talent In the ref.'.rm school of medlelne, and the MATHA IB MArffAIB, N. Y, The Bridal Oiamluor, an Essay of Warning and for Yonng Men. Also, new and reliable treatment for Diseases ef the Unnary and Sexual 'Sys- free, in sealed envelopes. Address. DB. J. SKILLIN HOU6HIOH, Howard Aoaociitlon, iprldawsm. .Khystclan wlio Fnperintnjds Vhli de on-6f bel matter w t ashe e best Sexual he dlnsaie may a perfeetenre In all oaBeff by e emtdles wbiih contain no' or pol- BOnous drugs; reauire very Uttle -jnf we alao xQarantce to cure you.at a-very lo than that usually ch Justly dewrves; the reputaiton-6f Surgeon In the.cnuutry. No matt So.orliow lolle atandinR, Kn-roui Debility, Hauluai MB by one who hu really cured binuelf and bun' and will tfiUyon notninA; bat the KDWABD H. TRAV1B, Lock Box. Boston, Mm. WARBJE COOK, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION ersonsat a dlHtKncecnred.at.hpine by irritinff a letter, ug a-rull etatenient of >thelr sy.nptomB, IneloBlna; for which medicine, be sent them, by mall or ex- from danger-or full and ex- pUoitdlrectlonBfor.Qse. IMEOItlAlTT TO. LADIB8. naturiKoploi: of janjr shade that'.will A. LIMiTHEWS. Also, Mannfactnrer he best hair dressing; In UM. In huge enta.____________________ octSSdly OF AOK I MB. KZHLfBDY. ofBoibnrr, hai In o oaroommonpactnra.weAdca remedy, that oom Ttro bbttlti Bonmontiii One to three will lyjitein of bllae.' Two bottlei ara worst'ctitirio haatomaoh. Three to An bottkM an FamEtad to OBM tho worst klnda Ong or bottles ara vacnuatsd tocoza fill hunvsia-'ht. IJTO bottle" tatouiaad lotoheaamonartaehsi3, B'ourto.clx istmKsnloera. :.v. Oiu bottle will crnp'Uoni of the tide, Two or tnreft bottles ue wamated to klad [rinffiyomu TFO or three bottloi ue oon moil dm the. desired offpwder oftho _._. _i, >.J, J..; d euVc't, if used anobrdinff br mail to ai ..T.... PHoe to any address. :per the and never falls to give inilsi'actlon-.- It ,ta, the and-sure-pTeventarlvO'-against1'' -KM price of the. frenoh' Patent. JJ.per dos. Bent by mall.-. or II, or .-QH PBITA5TB.pIBE4.aJB8 AND DISEASES :OP Ihe nature, and radical dure Qf Bper- e naure, rputment and radical dure Qf Bp matorrhca. or Seminal -Weakness; Sexual-BobJIltj, K ure Qf Bper- bJIltj, Ker- Ejuljhjprui'MiJ Jinpotcncs-, result- iag from Belf-abusp, AlsOi reliable aaylce In relation to marriajre. -and- th'e -means -by 'which it oaa bo avoided, if necessary and .other matters of vital IIBT pnrtunco to the married and those: contemplating mar- The nnowledvo therein coatalne.il 10- not to be .found In auy.olher worli.erer. published, nor. obtainable :fronrany other BOUrco Price 35 cents, Sent to any address on 'reoelpt of the price, or -PeraOBa.irtio, ;after'readinB tbla work, are not satisfied, that at leuBt.four times Its-price, can have their m'oney rp funded; Address. :r Are now reoelvlna: fsr cash, or on commlwion, Livestock, POEK, BHEF, SHEEP, POUITEY, llanil, Butter, Cheesf, Iiardi Fmit, Floor, Grain, Provisions, and ALL KINDS or COUNTRY FBOUVCE, Ko. IO Clinton Mochi Syraotj.ee, N. Y. Wholesale Buyers Can purchase us better than thoy can in Time aiiid. WTPNUOOP A BBO. ORE A" REDUCTION ON CARPETS B. Have this day MASKED DOTVN TEJtIB LABQE uil .SPJLKNDIB Stock of Carpets, i.f May lB65-ProclamstiOn in theietoro beieby In conformity to a precept, to me directed and dallreled by tbo DID' riot Attorney of said connty. on tbe Uth dw; of April 1K5, to lonndto appear said Qyermd by wogniiancaor otherwlBa to ap- Pf real andall Jistloesof ihe Pence. Coroners and other i who have tait-n any 'tvcoirnlnnce for the' appearance person at each Oourt, or 'who bare taken any inquisition or tie ex'mlimttou of anr orteouer or witness, are required to return nncn recogmaanoe, In-. qulaitlon and examination to .the bald Court, at the open- Jag 'hereof on first day vnd TO ffoliavea fall litoekof New and desirable Fatraula 1MOBA19T8. MatUngi, Ml Cloths, Buggs, Door Mats, Stair Rods, Ac. Upholstery Goods, LACES, DAMASKS COjRNlicp, CUKTMN8 AND CDRIAiN Also, MATTJBB88BS, BEDS AND BBnDraG. All at; Panic Prices. my hand at tbe Sheriff's afSno In .the the 19th day of April. }g65 Sheriff of Onondaga County. County of Ohondnga, on the Wth day 'of April" IB .wW Apply to Dr. W. It. Physlclaia.oi the Institution, Office No. 10 Wletlng Hall, (Oicoslte the Syracuse Honae.) .YS; marldawtf. BlCHEtOR S CELEBRRTED DYE IB THE; ;BEST' IN. TUB ONLY HAKMLJBS. TBUB.AJil) aiiliTATil. PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM Shieo to four bottLi are warranttdlo salt rhinm. Five to eight bottlM an wunstwMo cue thi wontol One to thinte bottln wanutad to care th> worit cue 'dyapepfllA. bju been bit unker.In .the One or two bottleMza..iFarrknted..ib One to two bottleiIK? warranted to ncalatt'Veoiun useo'thebowels. Ons ot two bottlurwlU retmlattall deraawmnu ofthe itineya, Soar W sis hu the wont oaui o Byjrtrlctlr foBoTinir in around uoh appllaatlon of ttit (ore and nloir o! what r kind or natlia, .M4 all euuenthatbuiaua rmti ud pumaaut splendid- Hair Dye Is lUd, naty or 6rey Hall, blatantly e'litfi Bliut or liitttr I Brtm, without Injnrlni; the Hair br Stalnine the Bk n ,e Hal; Soft andbeantifol; Impartl fresh vitality. frwiooutly rectorl Its pristine color, and reotlnes .the. Ill effeflts of Bad Byes. 'The Genuine lAjlgned WILLliM A. BACBKLOK, all others aie mere atroldai. 31 BilOLIT Philosophy of Marriage. TM of the New York iroMBBval Anatomy Urei wwrdlcgi of cipense, to. lame tree, (for of Bufferlnx knmanity, .JUid.inDoyaaion cf jnpst tnf instrtfctlva iaetnrei on Iti Nmonn Ud-Fhyaltal Ability, Prematnr. llaibood, In- neM Lou ot ly Pp.tr; nut flocisl :Bvil. which remit from excSi-, .otmatjrltr, nature. beta thememns Md thonsaiute. will ke (5r- warded frw, on reealpt oT wldreralnic BioMTijaT. Hep. TorS: Mmsua of anoTMeffi olne.Ma TO THK KKHTOCB; DBSPOSDENI OP flOraSKXM. A rrut mffMer Iriv- f ew daxi, ndei many ytuaofiidiirry i hto tnttriag Mow, receipt, of. postpaid envelops, a of the fonatHa of cure employ- Gas Pipe, Steura Pipe, Pipe, Iron Drain Pipe, Chandeliers, Bath Tubs. Water Closets, Iron Blinks, Steam Ganges, Steam VrTiiBtles, Steam Valy as, Water Cocks, Cistern Pnmpe, Force Pompe, Beer Pamps, Rubber Hose, FILTERS FOR CITY PIPES, PIPES FOR CITY WATER INTRODUCED from the streets Into stores, dwellings, ic. woVknwn Ol18 to of The Tiade snppUad. NO. 5 TOWNSEND BLOCK, WEST WATER ST. B. E, CABBOIJi. Furchaaen old in mind, THE SIZE AND MBIEir OF OUR STOCK, WITH THE NEW JORJC IABKEL .We are posted every dajr-tnd t vtri DOWNWABD Call aad THt GRE IT ENGLISH REMEDY JAHK8 CKLEBKA IKD F1XJJ I Prtpartd bom a t wMintloa of Bit 7; tt, ft, AT- Holan fctraordlMry to no ImjoilUo tad tcoratBrciaieijlitiTii: dy, thty contain i aliift hmitful to the eoiiitttrttoa In ill OMM of nou ud AffMtloM, ittebl FalfiUUo. s JurtMUilum MM; amtaia Jroo, FOOTJE: HJBJIBICK, Cigar Manufacturers, Jbbbera of leaf, Cot Tobacco, Snuff, WnOiESALB DEPOT PCS TBB OELEBBATBO Toledo- Manufactured BOUOITXD. D. C. JWJOTK, tidtf.______._ coaitKuUoo. fuU dinctteu IntlM wnwblit awiadl NOB whlek'thoaUW aretully For tall pttttatia, MMt, a MWUB. x K. anil I pt iUmM aoeineii to an went, will iiurar. a ixrttlW M VoorteM Block. Byracuis. tt. Addrawto JOHN M. DAHNALL, To Bent. STORE No. 18 Wirren Street. A. Coratr of {farrea oad ft. TJNLAP CO., imported mew Ha Aft 11 -1. itjle. Joom) nnlrat Bow Jiut tutlOHt In EWSPAPER   

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