S. C0WLE8 k CO..
MONDAY MORNING, WAR- 7. 184
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Agent of tke Fnuea states.
IBS SECOXD BATIQITAL BA3TK,
Sh (mm deelftiated as permanent Depository for
tlflffUinM1; eJso, for Parmaatere, Quartermas
ters end other Gorernroent Officers, and i prepared
K famish U. 8. Bonds, Debt C-ulicales and all other
V. 8. SecmHet on tc( Favorable Term.
Also, will recelre subscriptions for tha
Five Per Cent. Legal Tender Notes,
ta! hie lTttaret from day of Jwwtt, 4w.isj
Far SroolaU ui
Tclearaah !ea Vint
U CaaiamerotaJ 8
Where is General Sherman?
Tha poaitioa of General Sherman ' to
aubjeot of sort vexation to those who are
either apprehensWe forh.ii safety, eoriom
to ker a solution of all tke noent demon-
atrationa, or anxious to hare some light
thrown upon their own partioalar pet
scheme of military eritioism. ...
The telegraph continues to be nasatis.
. factory la answering the question. Ita
daOr rtoorU from Cairo and Fortress
Monroe are " stale, flat and unprofitable.
Saturday night's dispatches represent
Aim as a military shuttle. The plan was,
It seems, for him to fly Eastward ' from
Vlckgbarg,;theri baokagain, then East once
One military gentlemen, In the far East,
an Saturday morning saw Sherman on the
defensive. He had travelled all the way
from Chattanooga, via. Memphis and
Tiekabnrr. ta Meridian without accom
plishing either of the nrpoaes people ex
Meted him to accomplish. He had neither
made a huge flank movement on Johnston
nor attached Mobile. He was on the de
fensive and already back again at Ticks
burg. The eul de tact - military triangles,"
water bases, to , had all taken flight and
Sherman was no longer the fierce Napo
leon of the Southwest, sheoling like
eomet across the country.
Another military oritio in the far West
takes a more hopeful view. The Western
Jominl says Sherman is yet between Mer
idian and the Tombigbee river. He has
fortified himself, being too shrewd and old
a fox to be caught straggling around the
oonntrr. Having established himself either
at Selma or at seme noint between that
plaoe and Meridian, our Western man says
he must be looked after and then proceeds
to re-enforoe him with men and supplies
In a highly ingenious manner.
Only three routes. One is by the way
of his advance from Vicksburr. Another
route is down the Mobile and Ohio Bail
road. Notwithstanding the failure of
Smith's Cavalry to unite with Sherman
if that route, yet, continues our Western
Salomon, It could be done with double the
Bomber of Smith's Cavalry. Quite truei
air, very true, indeed. The third method
Of re-enforcing la from Chattanooga, di
reetly across the country.
This remarks oar occidental critic,
ould be done if Thomas would only die
pose of Johnston at Dal ton and Atlanta.
Very true again. Thou art an apt scholar-
Grant earn re-enforoe on one condition,
froriiinf Jut ean't.
SBut la ease Thomas does not succeed at
Dalton, there is yet another possible way,
satinnes our Western man. Farragut is
at Mobile. He is bound to get into the
Alabama river, and if he does, then Sher
man is safe upon the river valleys of that
But before any of these blessed contin
fenciea may occur, Sherman may need
food. Most wisely said, O Western Jomi.
kL Bread, not brass buttoned Lieutenants
and Captains, is the staff of Sherman.
This food may eome in two ways : 1st,
via the the center of Mississippi from
Ticksburg. But otherwise from the eoun
try la which he yet is. The probabilities
re that that region is blessed with abnnd
nnoeef corn and bacon, and if Sherman
Can lay it sufficiently under tribute, he
may get mtrvhe.
8 till another answer to the question
where is Sherman, comes from Washing'
ton. Aiter reaching Meridian and halting
there three days for Smith's cavalry
that same not, by a rapid movement he
turned Aberdeen and Columbus, leaving
them on the left, an by an audacious
stroke of strategy placed himself within
ana hundred miles of Johnston's flank
now menaced by his advanoe. All the
talk about Mobile and Selma was a splen
did nut to beguile the rebels while Sher.
man Invades Georgia somewhere between
Trenton and Lafayette.
While Sherman is thus striking blows
la rebeldom, let as listen with all patience
te tha blandishments of the telegraph, un- I
ffl tha truth Is revealed.
To Our Irate Neighbor.
We have accorded to the Plain Dealer I
a several acoasions a willingness to fight
for tha Union. Wo are more convinced
ow than aver of Its belligerent disposi
Hon. It has entirely repented of its love
for Yallandigham and now if for a cemtti
tutional war: We had not our gen tie neigh
bor in ind la our remarks about Peace
at any prioe newspapers. Still we must
regard ita over-s ensitiveness as evidence
that there is a little of the old disease left- j
-vg MTf- is an extenaea area ana com- I it :
prebends a few newspapers beside onr
Indignant champion, of war for tha Con-
atitootion and the Union.
If the regenerated Plain Dealer desires
to be the defender of all the Copperheads
a ine Western Beserve It will k. , i
M . m 7 e"6' " W1U 6e 10 hand,
aoaroo of genuine grief. But pray, I
twaat friends, do not put on that awfully j heads
aragw air. ".Name them or be a liar " is ,
o path.Uc for our nervea. - ..Tl
To Our Irate Neighbor. The Recent Election In Louisiana.
Tha rseeat aleotios in Louiiana at I young
whioh twios aa many vote, were east aa field!i
wera aeoessary nader the President'. .7 Z
. . . . - i i ,
' '-"'"I h er pebo amaaa tl.. I
There ware throe candidates before th.
paapUt Mr. r.llo th. r.
. -""i i -
Mr. ITandere, th ultra : and Mr. B.t,. I
a suooeesful fra ooastitntion candidate! i,
aieotion was rouowad by (treat dem-1 ahoHM.-i-.a
Mirations or joy throughout New Or.
. - . - I
i,&jor.0eneral Bank is ranldly
yradnetJa a loyal aantiraent among the
Id aristocratic secessionist of th city.
To Our Irate Neighbor. The Recent Election In Louisiana. Condition Of The North.
. xna auuDsa .examiner oi ma Zilttl
nit, aiscusaes ine political issues of
North from the rebel stand-point.
takes a very original view of things and
regards the Cnion men of the North
"geblings grim" who are discussing
question how the rebels shall be served
after tha war. Tha montter korrmium
Virgil cannot be compared with these
cannibal ogres at tha North that are kungV
fr rebebto feed upon.
In the midst of this fearful spectacle
catches signs of hope from the great North
west. If takes np a remark of the New York
Tribune that the Democrats of Indiana
have passed resolutions eminently favor
able to secession, and says :
"8o this year again there are signs
trouble in the great Northwest not signs
of peaoe with us, but of disintegration
and dislocation at home; gracious buds
promise, which witn the approach of their
elections may bloom and blossom into
bloody fruit of revolution.
In conclusion the Examiner states the
issue before them ia a very admirable
'They at least know that they must
conquor or perish ; that compromise there
can be none ; that the Fedeial power
the Confederate people must be ruined;
that we must dictate a peace, or else our
enemies will ; we on our terms, or they on
theirs; we on their around, or they on
ours; that they must be bankrupt and di
vided asunaer, or we beecared and out
lawed. Be it so; and better so. We pro-
teat that this position of affairs is altogeth-
er to our mind.
If any Confederate shrinks from abiding
this issue, and in this exact form, it
time that such Confederate should gather
up ana dutch all he can lay his bands op-
on, tarn It into gold and jewel, and sneak
away aoross the lines, provided he can es
cape tne robbers that infest those parts.
This is the if sue before the American
In a civil war one or the other must
yield. There is no compromise short of
submission. Which shall we choose?
A Contrast-Change of Base in the Opposition
In the Congress
The incoherent oondition of the Democ
racy in Congress, has been manifest ever
sines the opening of the session. In vain
have they endeavored to unite their for
ces on a common basis. Ag an illustration
v. -v. v.. . i. i
w. W. iv;, t. . .in- f
have their rote on a resolution of
Green Clay Smith, at the commencement
of Congress, and on that of General
8chenck one week ago to-day. The first
resolution, whioh covered the whole ground
of the necessity of the war to the exclu
sion of any other policy but war, was vo
ted against by sixty-four of the party.
The following, by General Schenck, em
bodying the same thought, was unanimous
ly adopted :
" That the present war against the armed
insurgents, banded under the name of the
Southern Confederacy, was brought oa by
a wloked and wholly inexcusable rebellion
and all those engaged to, or aiding and
abetting it, have incurred the name of
publio enemies, and should te treated as
" That in the struggle now going on for
the safety of our country and free govern
ment there is no middle ground on which
any good citizen or true patriot can stand,
neutrality or indifference, or anything
short of a hearty support of tha Govern
ment, being a crime where the question is
oetweea loyalty and treason.
Th. .11 .fci. .,.vi. iv
rium among the opposition is their desire
for soma grounds which will give them
hope in the next Presidential Election.
For Mr. Lincoln.
Fourteen States have declared their pre
ference for Mr. Lincoln for President la
1865, as follows:
New Jersey Legislature.
Rhode Island Legislature.
Minnesota State Convention.
Iowa Slate Convention.
Indiana State Convention.
New Hampshire State Convention.
Connecticut State Convention.
Besides the Merchants of New York
oity, and various Clubs, Lesgnes and Asso-
elation, throughout the country ; and Illi-
nois would undoubtedly add hamalf in th. I
noi. would undoubtedly add herself to the
list or estates, u she had an opportunity.
A Kind Act by the President.
The Boston Traveler mentions the fol
" Our Wsshineson oorresnendent wriloa
that a few days ago a half eraiv woman
arrived in Washington, to make in nniriaa
reference to a son of hers, who had en
listed into the army under theageofeigh-
"no, " seems, is peculiarly un
fitted for life in the army. She made re
peated attempts at the War Department to
him back, but was met with flat refus
f inally she
applied to Mr. Dawes.
member of Congress from Massachusetts,
who had an interview with the President
latter, upon hearing the facta, and
'fAS It! ci'l 0BSe ot. "fP. "
iff nam im ImlHar T ir
MaesachneeUa. Tha -V.': " "
he was seduced into the army by a sub-
stitute broker, who took all but S45 rf tha
$300 whieh was paid by the principal. It
an infamous outrage, the boy while on
visit to Nsw Haven. Conn., havina- hM.fl
literally abducted, his mother aeTersehi
nMmnllw mmi it a.'.Li II J
TT.va , uu air. xiinooin vw
Behavior of the Prussian Troops.
i"-"g'7- vu ue otner
one sees at onee that thsy are yonn
soldiers. A whola Kaiiaiu. tai-.iAj aL:
to-day, almost as one man, when a
5f ? mea JreBt "Z1? lnl
soldiers to be addressed nnnn tb.
tTmt which an acquaintance
U."'.P?WB10,, V were at that
7L' "-a leaaers, the
A correspondent of the Icndon Times,
wltnessad the first firht betwean tha
Danes and Prussians at Missunde, says of
"The Prussian troops bear themselves.
far as I had opportunity of observing,
oreditably ia the new capacity, long
MuMwnii m una army or nrhtina tnan
the march they are joyous and alert,
? eherfB1i7 into action, and bear
8 paeseo at a smau distance over
r' , ' auiexwaros, ana aid
dnt. I 1
1 "1",re?1m had heard employed
---- uiveuuau io arouse
nueious reeiinr or a hattali.
them that it was highly probable that
"Lem. ont "e
"IT.f thmt RspubUcan party
.! m. rw Tart Mf-mlj
-Hew Fori wia
TheK.wTork Now. Boston
Cincinnati Esquiror, aad Brookln Ea.i.'
that th. World is following these'
abolitionista." Eow about tfuui
FROM ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
GROWTH OF BRANDY STATION
GROWTH OF BRANDY STATION Stock--Winter-Quarters--Gay
[Correspondence of the Cleveland Leader.]
Brandy Station, Va, March 8, 1864.
B(1 unadorned by the faces of the fair.
I TBere indeed is the attractive nart to tha
March has made her debut after his an
cient manner; his boisterous breath has
with it a cold rain, and mud is again
be the officer of the day throughout the
Thus far.it has bAn fcv far the itinit
pleasant winter.'our srmy ha. seen i. Vir-
ginia. Less mud and the best quarters,
and, aa situated now, the army may be
said to be comfortable.
This place has grown to be quite a vil
lage. Traders of all sorts are located ia
suoh numbers as to make eompetion
source of justice to the army. Clothing,
bouses, saddles and harness houses, dining
bakeries, jewelry stores, photo-
graph gaieties on the ground meat mar-
kets, groceries, &c are all open and en-
joying a fair trade, aad then in the camps
sutlers are on hand with good supplies, so
that there is no such thing as want known
ffiuiu our lines.
The stock, too, has been well wintered
i never saw ine teams looking so
well at this season before. Mechanics have
been employed in getting things in order
tor toe spring work, wagons have been
repaired and painted, harness refitted,
saddles mounted anew, artillery carriages
overhauled, and all such work attended to
I with skill, and in such a manner as might
I prove to the most doelung of our onward
J to mchmond sort of journalists, that win
ter quarters is not the most demoralising
territory known in the "annals of war
Besides these useful avocations there
are other branohes of oivilised society that
are patronised. Mammoth ball-rooms have
been extemporised in almost every Divi
sion where officers and privates alternate
in tneir gay and festive performonoes.
Theatrioals and eonoerts are brilliantly
sustained in these halls, usually three
nignis in a weea. many of the Washing
ton "heroes" are often called on to enter
tain the prominent characters, while the
"stock" is taken from the material on
Nor need it be thought thai all these ar
I one-sided affairs that . j
boys, and the suocees of an entertainment
is always estimated by the number of la
nes present. 1 Heard a discussion this
morning between two officers concerning
the suooess of two performances that
off last night within hailing distanoe of
eaou omer. Alter each had used up about
all the arguments he could summon in de
fense of his favorite without bringtnr it
out ahead, one asked the other the number
of ladies present. " Thirty," was the re
ply. "Bully," said the lucky questioner.
" I knew our performance was the best
we had arty ladies ; I counted them twice."
Of oourse that settled it.
But all things must end, and even now
camp rumor is rife with stories that,
whether true or false, will soon end tha
quiet of winter quarters.
Heavy reconnoiBanoes to the front reveal
a different state of affairs. From these
across tne Kapidan and an occasional
squad of " Lee's Miserables," that are
brought in as prisoners, confirm the stories
of want and woe that the rebs are endur
ring, but neither one or the other give
augui, dui evidence mat i&ey are deter
mined to fight it out to the bitter end.
" army is lull 01
lae army is full of rumors now of im-
mediat, b,ttles, 0f the evacuation of Rioh-
mond, &c, and so on, but this snow storm
will settle affairs for the nresent. Sat
none or this anow.
Late Southern News.
th aisuLi oa aiBir, Liaisinoa.
Prom the Richmond Enquirer, Feb. 20.1
On the publication of the Currency Bill
(j an sen dj congress, prices immediately
lftanarl nn " V.A-1 : L i
' leaped up." Everything ha. an upward
tendency. Yesterday, whisky whick had
Deen setting ten days ago for S90 ner eal-
ion, could not be bought at $120. Brown
Bugar per pound by the hogshead,
and none offering. Some of the dealers
have absolutely shut up and refused to do
business at all preferring to hold on in
ue gooas ratner tnan receive anything in
vuo ouapaoi money larger tnan a $5 note.
All this is but the result of the sudden
panio to which the country has been
thrown by the repudiation of a portion of
me ourrenoy. it is, However, the mere in
flux of the tide, and ita reflta will reduce
r.Uy generalf, onceled llLrilV.
fi.t 7 P"ueB
prices to their standard. It eeeems to be
that prices will fall, the currency appre
ciate, and everything " gets better" after
tne nrst or April.
ANOTHER ESCAPE OF YANKEE PRISONERS.
From the Richmond Examiner, February 23.
Between a ana a o clock yesterday after
noon, tne xankee deserters eonfined in
the Deserters Prison, opposite Castie Than-
aer, cut inougn tne partition of their quar.
ters, and entering the basement, wrenahnd
awas several of the iron bars securing tbe
window. Twenty-two of them succeeded
making tneir escape before through the
aperture before the discovery was made.
An exciting ohase ensued on the part of
me guaru ana ciuxess, ana sixteen of
them were retaken within sight of the
prison, ihey were confined in tha cells
and . extra precautions exercised, Tha
guara were in pursuit or the others
The Examiner of the 2fitl.
prisoners of war held v. :.t "'. ""
number 7,1,6. !-.-,- ':'mo'.d now
sionedoffii.. "Tll. A 'T eommis
crea.iabv 2,-nn"n??bfr V"n da-
From tna E :..v. j
th wa.i. Vik 10 tUl
Now " " ,7 lmM 10 Mayor.
native miaaaiaVUlL ' p';lea laa-1
..r . "alhief.maker, or an enemy I
sooiety of some kind. ' I from
aaaaa:. W A IB
gold!" TI,,larl,:.L.--uT., i
thn. v.: ' 6-v umig
b mpetxaa with roguery, and.
taking the bilL said .v. if .,""7
jil .. : I
goar, it was aisoovered that she had
ohanired tha ann;. v;n -rT . I
j 17 "rat teuaered to I ""
olerk for another, . counterfeit,
"Heartily am..; .
haadnn. -.11 " r"- " I
demonstraleTthVt G haltn.'r1
Fremont General BntiTV?"';
: . . .. - w uDnsru I
JTl I ?
nasptBD u HvM V. . I pmw
We submit wh.lh.. v-vt . .
ai0Af "0 'ait "" other ide."
i. uvi. iw aemonatratf ,v . , I
man wonirf H .- , . um" I '
asked to quit the old rale to "let well
alone," In a crisis of .i,
. . . . u oeiora wa
.eandent peril. ' "
HEAVY SWINELING OPERATIONS.
A Regular System of Enlistments and Desertion
Carried on With
the Skedaddlers in Canada Makon Living
Stringent Measures Required.
the treasury of the oountry they have de
saloons, serted. No less than a week ago, Robert
Beannie, one of Qaantrell's men, who
boasts of having taken a prominent nart
A cress the river there is a rerularly or
ganized gang of men and women, who for
months past have carried on aa immense
business in swindling, br which the Gov
ernment of the United States, and that of
this aad other States have been fleeoed out
of thousands of dollars ; a system which
goes to prove the utter disregard the es
caped rebels and skedaddlers from this
side, have anything upright and honest.
Nor is it eonfined to this class alone. We
have positive assurances that persons
living and doing business in this oity are
aiaers ana aoettors m the nefarious bust
Scarcely a week or we might say a day
n . W " ""V"
for various parts of the Union, and after
enlisting and scouring the large bounties
successfully elude the vigilanoe of our offi
cers and find their way back to Canada
in safety, where they chuokle over their
good success, and laugh at the imbecility
of United States offioials. By this means
they are making a living from and out of
I in the sacking of Lawrence, Kansas, went
to Buffalo or Dunkirk and enlisted, realis
ing quite a heavy sum. Several deserters
from the 24th Infantry, whose names we
mignt mention, performed the same man
ssuvre. On Wednesday several parties
leit ror vieveiana, uaHalo and Dunkirk
with the same object in vi6W, but it is
hoped that era this the military authorities
of those places have been placed oa the
guard, and will secure the operators and
put a stop to their further swindling for a
time at least.
There are a number of females who have
a hand In the matter. Their mod f m.
ration is, after their male associates have
enlisted and sworn in, to cross the river
and ensure them transit baukaeiin after
uicguioiug iuviu iii iemaie apparel, in
several instances they have crossed on k
railway ferries, and at other times in
small boats after nightfall. This latter
game nas, we are glad to state, been play
ed one too often, and the deserter is now
in jau. jjtiroti -iTitmnt,
A Work of Reform for Mr. Bright in England.
P"8 lTid ed 'I0-"? "ong aU hisehild
we I Ten. . PPing the lauds to be held
ine abuse to be remnvail la u n
the death of a landholder. intaatt. hia
wh?la uded. 8l P"as "J mare force
I na 1EW w his eldest son, his personally
in fee simple. But, in the case of great
estates, the possible distribution of land is
made yet more diffioult by entails and set
tlements intended to guard airainni. tha
division of estates through accident or m.
oentrio paternal impartiality, or even ex
travagance ana debt, this state cf law
nas so far infected the sentiments and feel
ings or tne anstocratio classes that it
seems to them the natural and proper or
der of things, as indeed it is essential to
the maintenance of the nresent stata nt
society in x.ogiana. ir the best state for
a nation be one which creates and arlifi.
oially props up a small privileged !
provided with every means of gratifying
their pride and passions, at the expense of
the vast majority of the inhabitants, then
the present system of nrimoirnniinM
should not be meddled with. But if the
best oondition of a nation of a nation be
one whioh opens every speoiesof nronariT
and land especially whioh haa with good
reason received the appellation of Seal
Estate to the oomrjetition and arnnii!io
of every man, then that factitious and un
nataral restriction upon its free distribu
tion cannot be too soon removed. It is a
uerouiean labor mat Air. Bright haa taken
upon himself, but we are confident that
his strength is equal to the work, and thai
he will live to see it done.
in reports of tha Indiana wheat
crop are far from enoouraginr. The Indi.
anapous Journal says :
We are assured bv one of
telligent and careful farmers that th. 1..I
um aaap, wnieft eaught the
d.maeed it n tSflV. ""i,7
j V7i . 7, .. r ""r ""aroieot.
, lear mat tne evil is as wide as the
spread of the bad weather. He says that
a half crop, and most sf it will not do that
wslL On clay lands the damaa I. ik.
wuni no a HH BXftininM Will maL-a, -
frraataat fl -.1 -i , . .
Lv-J- onuujr Bum ue eneel of the
rurie seems to nave been mitigated a lit
Ue. The stalk is killed, generally, not
"frozen out," and killed dear down m .h.
roots ; so that there is no prosseat of its
sprouting again. This, so far as we can
learn, is true of most of the wheat in thia
region. Warm growing weather may
bring out the iniured ahonta min
have not much hope of it. '
taS'Sb" J? fJ,,'"e''1- nair.o oj J"
?',oulh ''of ?nthc ttanara. or at th. h. K
""'e,oroi jonn Handle, o. m. -..feeler.
LlJThhi. n-.h gr.id Ar5 f'E
FOR 8ALE CHEAP Ok East
m? n;ont o( nWu 1. neemtry T a
piaciatel. for termi, atalr to
170K SALE A V
near Pttb'ic Sqaara, 69 feet
r() H P ' QltD oe fare
rr' aLE ThiFollowino V-
oealrabla real eatata :
fftet front on annth .Mm af T.nrltA i4ru n.v.
eetof oaaa arenna, exteoiling tbroogh to Prospect
9iX feet front on aonth aide of Snclid atraet, 10
wt oi asa Areaoo. extending tbrongn to
so IM front on tha aonth side of Prmpart street,
oMwmii Granger and Cbeabira aUeeta, extending
All of th. ahnv. nMiurt, i-m , . n. .ni..
. ohwi utiuroaa
1 nqnlre at tbe ottioa ol Rackni Noble, or at tha
c. ?' Willianw, American Bondings of
N ELEGANT RESIDENCE roa
. BALK. The titidenriarnml AffHr Mas .
Cleveland. Tblslaona of tbe h.iucrae.t location.
tfMt rIDTl ffW with Aaa nl a at - J , I r
siitlrg ot Apples: Feara, Feaahai, fmma, and unalU
' " . iiii u i.i jour year old tiraro
. "aroeoe, iQclonlna tbe Vioerard, are
hori hern Ohio; nearly nrabundrel .near Kaalea!
wblchwlll ytold. with care. 15 cwt of "ujii jL
rnonn.Billing Boom. Parlor, fining Hall. Cloth
Preaje., aod Bath uocm. The plao? haa own
STiTfSf11? '?'"n.nethonui. bhtfnal
piw of f oo w.ter,
om6. with two main
tbe hoo. i i. . de-
, gwi DVDi,eoe:i, ac.
Mr dsT. onlrafaav
a bargain Una n trie, maj Lw made of
noil, joha Bur, Cleveland.
M . lilden,
H. KottiDifbam. PrjD't Oils n
Dr. L. Little. Cleland. or of
J?OB SALE OR BENT.
. ,?!inlPh- SldQnarrreoo-
ooaomor ranted on raaaon.hu t.:
ahd Lor N
raoma, gas, hard an
- a gooa oriel Hon., of modern atVi ""
"T.' 11 oeingta laat frr.,
Bl?o - 8l , running bank to t aVn '?' foat
- - NSt or MnlramiJ, Oi On 8n.
9?'?'.t Ointar.ui h
ilvv 1 aiRiitt , ...
A Work of Reform for Mr. Bright in England. DRY GOODS
E. I. BALDWIN & CO.,
ABE EXHIBITING IN THEIR STORES,
23S and 240 Snperlor-St.,
LARGEST STOCK of DRY 600DS
In This Market.
Onr Btoraa have been thoroughly remodeled and
an by far the moat
Elegant, Spacious and Convenient,
of anr in this lection, amply Lighted in every part
aad ipecialtT adapted
FOB OUR IKCSKA8II8 TBiDK.
The popular and moat latia factory
ONES PKICE CASH SYSTEM,
br which we are enabled tooffur fnliieement Impoe
ftible to be presented br thou who conduct their butt
men on tbe old fashioned aad high price credit plant
U trictly adhered to.
With Increased betimes, w hare to offer aa
Immense Stock of Spring Goods
IN THE SILK DEPARTMENT.
Elegant Moire Antique,
Superb Repped, Corda & Brocade,
Droquet, Poult de Soie,
Gros de Rhines,
Gros de Naples,
Foulard and India Silks,
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
POILde C METRE.
MOURNING DEE8S GOODS
Of Every De8oriIltior,,
Oar ntlw in this Stock being rorr tarr, w offer,
a tuoal, tha moat attractiTa aaaortment ot
Keal Thre'd & lama, Laee Shawls
BPEIIfi SHAWLS. SVBIKS SHAWLS.
vlfiH.MA, BPCN sjhKi
PLAID, SIL!r .
-r . A-i i-ivtl v,
7, front"' """"prtain "altogethar an Immense Tart-
collar to Twiy Hundred Dollars.
HISSES SHAWLS AND SOAEFS.
Emftroidei Ties and Laces,
Slegxnt Embroider i Sotti, OolUrs and Sleerea.
Bich Lace Batta, Ooll its, Bleeres and Edgings, ot
Point 4Uqm, atochlina,
AND O'lBIl MARKS.
Baal Point, Point 0 aaaand Point AppUana H'd'k'fe.
Talancienna, Bemat itcM and Initial Handksrch'fi.
Laca, Lore, Or aaaalne ana Tlasue Veils.
SwiM, Jaconetn, Naln SKV,, Tarltons, ."looka, MnlU,
Diunoa, 171 awiaoa, ana outers.
To th Ttnnmr . I l.m rr a . .a-
Pedal attantkylli onr stoca of
Prapenei, &c, c,
farBnpsrior to ' W w bar. bafci aered.
1 1KDER VESf8,
MISSES AND Bt W VESTS.
riad with ns a full Anortme Itaf
Cloths, Casslmeres . Tea tines
AW, MAEKra AT OASET PBICIF.
I Complete and AttretiT t.
B ! BALDfftSf at ' C0
THE EYE AND EAR
Tat all the
Diseases and Deformities
TO WHICH THET ABE SUBJECT,
Of Kew York City,
WHO IS SOW PBACTICISa AT THE
Acgier House, Cleveland, 0.,
HAS PROLONGED HIS 8TAT OX AC
COUNT OF HIS IMMENSE PRACTICE
UNTIL MARCO 30th, 1S64.
He rrarM all earable dl'BMfi of the E? asd Bat,
nd pirtormi all difficult and delicate oaenU.ona Id
be operate! lor cataract, without psin. br ft new
He stralghtcm crotM jm la one mmnto.lsotd or
b inserts artificial area, to mora and ftypear aat-
Dr. Jonet enrea tore ym with mild medicine!,
whik srlvta nn riAtn.
He treats amvnrosl. or oerrona blindness, with ft
incress hereto or ankoown.
Be ceres discharge of the ear, caused br twarlet
fever, me lies, or o her diseaaes
Ha inaarU arttflci! Mr-drlDll WheT the natural
drum (membrane) is desuoywl. which improves the
Ur Jont-s performs aU delicate operations in op
thai mi c and anrai surerr.
Heopertttfilorartiiicialpapil; falling of the ere
ltd he remedies at once,
irr JonaiT iratrnmeuts are snnenor to those of any
ar?OD ia America, and give him a decidwl advant
age In his spc aiitr.
ir Jones has ail'd himself of the advantages af
forded in tbe cities of urope and America to onta n
hi4 proi nion . 1 be proat of the same, hi Diplomas,
hsng in his office, at tbe angler House, open to the
inspection oi tne lntercstea.
A few of Br. Jonea9 Many far ei Since
He came to Cleveland.
1 have been hard of hearing, with noise in mTeirB
for eifiht years. 1 commenced Treatment wun ur.
Jon-sat the Angier House. jrb. 221, wno na great'
ir relieved me. v. d.
Wyandotte, Wraodotte oouoty, O.
I am under Dr. Jones treatment for deifnsss, and
he grtftUj teuevM me m i-w
" ' AAHON GDDKRiT,
Upper 6and oaky, February 23d.
Mr tm have been crooked for many years. Dr.
Jones rp rt-ao npon them Feb. 231, and straighten
mA mm 1 m mavl i atf I V .
umttSkT W1DSW0BTH, Haison, O
Dr'. Jores, at the Angler Home, Slr'sbted my
eTea 'B minata or two. without mj leatl:g it. lhejr
vara T orooaea ior b xeao rrai.
TtK JO. 1,1 Ssnaca-St., Oiereland, O.
Mr rlnht are lias ban crooked for rear". The
ocoMaiol I T. Jooaa. at tha A??,'"-, Boyr. Jtral lit-
Hararre. Stark coonir, Ohio.
I haw bean deaf, wllh ilnjrliis so1m la bit ; hfad
fcr30Tr!ri had own aronuMoed lnrniabl.br
Are .njsiaana. Ir. Jones haa restored I my hearing
d " l the no! a. In y head. 1 an. t8 araold
I ncommnd all t ha afflicted t- go to Dr. Jones, aa 1
bene., h. can enr aur.u. -'-y--TiikSt
Nararr, P. O., btark county, O.
gfa-iw T0nM a' to itralihteued Ml Margaret
Snyder's ay.a. No. 68 Laae-St.. Oieland. aad dom
eni'l otbera, Jar aad naer, since ha cam. to Clere
laad. aHe cated Mr. Jimal Eowen of deifneai of tl
yeais standi, bee te.omojial in tbla tyvma.
VaarNot a day paaeea but that Dr. J. llU core.
..... k. nr were aronounced incurable. Borne an
cored Immediately, other, taa. tuna.
Both of my yet hare been yery crooK tor twenty
two rear., I went to Dr. Jonee at the Aniier tloisa.
Febroary IMO.WDOStraiguieneu tu.u. ui w
uieIm..ttU.UctoriU. Be Jt7LITJS BA0CH(
Pembernile, Wood county thio.
I had been troubled with an offensive breath, cana
rd by a very unpleasant aiawise iwmbmj iu u
k:u i aa.i.n.ii tha ru-insi. I have been
under Dr. Jones' treatment five months, and am cored
It is three mon'bs siiice 1 qnn um me anmuuv,
and I am sati-fied thediataseisemirely cored. Doc.
tor I wish yen topub'i-h this lor the beQent of oth
ers, and 1 shaUl ever t emember s on with gratitude.)
Ah hit BlONJCU.i'lctsburg.fft.
I have been hard of h-arinff. with liDtring and oth-
mr nnaeaaant noise in my ears, it u -raw, a
kus v innns1 snrriu. and rocsul'ed him.
Ooltimbus, on December IS, 1H83. Be t-id m tht be
oonld cure me In ft an hour. Ipuked him 11 he would
sire me aoy pain, tie saia ne wouiu ua , auu iu
than bilf an hour he hd my hiring pjHtt, and it
issoBiiU. andlhnvenodonbtitwUl always remain
good. I saw Dr. Jones straighten a geirtseman's eyes
th eie very crooaed from birth. Tbe l ctor was
not over a minute or two at it. I have no hotitaocy
in recommending Dr Jones as a ikiilfnl geiit'eman,
and worthy of the utmost coniidence. Iam a farmer
and lire at Harion, uhio. T. W. ILOOha.
GruMiT PaiHCH, Stati Bur or Ohio, "J
w'uhlninin. Dhi. Dec 7. LhiS3. f -
f have been troubled aU my lile witn one crooked
ea,aoymr vision was seriously e fleeted ihweby.--tUWog
rend of the nuroeroa rures and skillfoi ope
twTavuH performed by Dr. Jonei, now pracUin at
tke Ajaricao, olnmbns. Ohm, I ieeolved to have
Ttan straighten my ee. I vi ited him on the 24th ot
'ftrvember, od in one minute ne s rais-hteaed my
emustfanslactorily, without my feeliog It. Air
VM BOW I.Iirf7 wen, kuu yri .iH.ii uimiai.
vi.Mtheaffiicted to avail theuiafeiviw of !. Jocee
visitac once. DA WBRNCJC,
Cashier OuAmsey Branch itank.
mW OrOM-eywd pers -ns ran never ree perfectly, ee-peetad-r
with the ye that ir most crooked. T he ope
ration rwtoree sight and appearances, and w lib. ir.
Jonea it is a sun thing.
A petmg man who lives with me, KtA v7f has been
dwaf inm iniaory, with nois-s In his head. I p'aced
im under Dr. Jonsa' treatment a few da s ao, who
t ver' much Improved his bearing ani quitvd the
Doi win his head. I wou'd advise the amicted to go
mtoiAceto Dr. Jones. 1 amafarmer: living 10 milts
from Col am bus, Prankiln county, Ohio, on theO. P.
I Ba'JIroad. tfefore be went to Dr. Jones wecca'd
exarceniakehimhearat all. We now talk to him
very com tor:aUy, and he Is still improviDg
1. S, AVSitT,
Oolambns, December 10, 1263
AfQixm Rorfti, Cleveland. Fb. H.
I have been hard ot hearing for 28 years, with noise
my t-an I roulJ not hear 0:dinary converfatioi
all. Before I wm treated by Dr Jouts I could not
hear a watch tick jrcen pres3d against my ars. I
can now bear as welt as aoy body. J A3. BO w KNt
jTiauklin Mais, Forage oo., O.
1 Was troubled with my hear tar and had and un
pleasant feeling in myeaa-j. I employed Dr. Jones
tn remtdy my trouble, which he haa d.me mo satis
&torily. BbfU8 MARTI,
Woodstock. Champaign county, 0.
I lost one of my ey in the SM-vioe of my com try.
called on Dr. Jones, who has pat me In an eye which
ttvtrS me no pain, which mova naturally, and which
cnnot bedistingelshed from my natural ops.
Vi A . AscKaBCLK,
M echanlcsburgt Champaign county, O.
VPatfents heM not stay with Dr. Joum, ff their
dtseases'or deformities require an eperation, it is done
Id a lew minutes ; if they require medicine, thiy will
receive what Is necessary to affect a care at onoa and
cn take it home without neglect of bminnas.
Hia Fees vary from $15,00 to $500.
IIS TISMS ASZ CiSM.
-m have been woak and watery Ibr many yean
lUT e aiMniilarl arlfh fV statin 17 annfs laaliirsk I rtaim
I wa. who is now at the Neil House, gave me
Jones, them seventeen days a", which haa en
medicine for vm. one can tell how gra efull
tirely cured t. MimMaKI JkBOOHlB,
leeltoiheDocu. Dwemoer fl la63.
lames d Add.ers Cured
w m.j. r.i. horn "1,D bth eyes crooked ;
lln.MarlaTranti, Doro y Ohio, btraixhtao.
Urea on Main street, Sarins.'"! d""
by Doctor Joo- . -htenad by Doctor
crooktd. Made natural and straight by it. Jonas.
Urea at Vincennee, Clark county, t hio.
Darid (Janfi-ld'. danghter, born wltb i crooked aye.
made straight and aatnral by in. Jonea. Ut at
M son wil afflicted wl'h an offenilre dlarharsj. of
h"ear, which wa. feat daetroyins hi. hearing I
llZceA aim under Dr. Jones seven wreks ago, en-fto
B tWtWn heUaowtiregajred.
JrankUBOonnty, near Columbus, Jan. 3, ic64.
svneafnesa and Nolae In the Head, rn all Its form
11 tb. orKM i nut dutrojtHl,
I teat onaaf my ayes by a discharge of shot In tha
TDrJoneVhaa inserted me an artlncial
" , tmnwM and ..OHars Inst
T7th Best O.T.I.
-a Chaaa, January U, 184.
mmtxr. Dr. JOS8 is now nractlclng at
amet- T Haaae.0uTeiand,OiIo,wberehewlli
Angle ' March 30LU, l(.at. oon t ei ui
remain un." xctiw in v.".
,lBtl any u"
y otne 0IEa. pamsanent adlrasa ia
Dr. J- pi New Tnrk C.itv.
MASTER'S SALE. Pursrjftot to tha
command of an order of aula issued from
the Court ot Common Pleas of Coyahojra County,
at the auie of Christine Hege aicatust William
Trautwein, PhebaTrautweiu, bamuel C. Ives and
Charles T. Ivee, to me directed, I shall expoe
for saia at Public Auction at tha door o the Court
House in tne City of Cleveland, on Monday the
4th daj of April. A. D. ISttt, at three o'clock, P.
M. tho following described premise!, situated in
the township and city of Cleveland and County
of Cuyahoga; being part of original ten acre lot
number thirty-one (31 and bounded aa follows,
to-wtt : Bejpnning at the point on the went Bide
of Perry etieet one hundred and forty-nine (14tt)
feet south from ita intersection with &anie
street. Thence running southerly along Perry
street thirty (3u ieet, thence westerly at rigut
angles with Perry street one hundred and ninety
nine (199) feet and one-half (j) inches to an alley;
thence along BAid in alley a northerly direction
thirty-nine (39) feet and eight (8) inches ; thence
in an easterly direction two hundred and live
(aY)feet and hve (5) inches to the place of begin
ning. Appraised at 81,600.
ALLES t. BRINSMADE, " '
B. R. BiAVif, Master Commissioner.
March 3d, 1804 mar. 3: 143.
MASTER'S SALE. Pursuant to ft
decretal order of sale, issued to me from
DUrt of Common Pleas for Cuyahoga Coun
ty, O., in an action therein pending, wherein
Henry D. Straiten is Plaintiff and Aaron Clark,
Caroline Ciftrle, John Packard, Hannah C. Allien,
Solomon Bowles and Horatio N. Wilbur are De
fendants, 4 shall expose for sale at public auc
tion at the door of the Court House ia aaid Coun
ty, on the nineteenth day of March, A. D. 1864,
at two o'clock P. M.t the lands and tenements
described as follows, to wit: Situate in the City
of Cleveland, in the County of Cayahotra and
State of Ohio, and is knout as pan of Sub-Lot
No. (6) six, tn A. W. Walworth's subdivision of
of orttnnaJ city lots Noa. 117 to 124 and 130 to 133,
on the north side of Eagle street in the City of
iiBveiana, ana oounaeu soumeny oy tne une
of Eagle street, westerly by the lot line between
sub-iota live and six, northerly by James
Church's rope walk, and easterly by a line drawn
through said lot Ho. six, from front to rear, par
allel with the westerly line of the lot and thirty
five feet distant tnereirom, be the same more or
Appraised At three thousand dollars (S3.C00).
JOSEPH 8. GRANMrt,
Febmsry IS, 1864, frhlfrU
MOWERS & REAPERS
Buckeye Reapers and Mowers
EXTRAS FOR REPAIR I G,
o. 150 Snperior-St , opposite Wed
dell flouse, Cleveland, 0.
All those in want of a tnbstantltl, convenient and
Jeiy managed Machine, will consoit their own Inte
rMtbreiTing their orders for the justly oeleb rated
H V C KK Y E.
They haie knives In front, by means of which the
imer is oat oi aanser 01 oemv cut; nave elliptic
spring Seats, and the Junior has been improved by
SV Machines un hand at the a exits named Depot.
H. W. LTJKTKEMKYK R, Hardware Dealer, Ko. Ifit
BupeMor-M,, vieveiana, unio.
II. H. fltaADK, So.on, Cuyahoga county, O.
C. I. JONES, Brooklyn Center.
ffht lSTdw TTHTlin-T Airnt.
AXB - -
THIS INSTITUTION, LOCATED
at Mt. Union. Stark county. Ohio, oner Its ex
tensive Kdncationjal facilities to Students ot both
The Faculty consists of Rev. O. V. Hart-horn. th.
D Presideut; Ira O. Chapman, A. M.; Georxe W.
C arke. A. M.: E. N. Haruhoro. A. B.; Mrs. J. W.
Chapman, B a ; besides competent Teachers in In-
strnmatntiai Htuic. Elocution. Commercial 8lenc.
Grmnastics. and the (aernian, franca and Hebrew
Tne Ouiietre aosaewws verv ertenslve snMrarm and
specimen for tracking ChmlatrT, ISatural Philuso
pny, Uotany, Phynoii gy. Mmeralugy, Geology, As-
7benewCollegeaiiil.ce. wbtch 'is lie feet long by
65 feet wide, aoiffoor stories hish. and nnsnroassed
by any College Cdihceiu Ohio, oomplsted foruje Drxt
term, which begins on the thf .tiarrfc, lt4,
This new Builiiinx will oonvemenUy ar-'mnvwlats
t uur tiuoarea ana e nj Diuof&M.
Good Board can be bad in arivate families at from
$2,t O toS2,50 per voek, and, at about 26 ot-nts a week,
good rooms, furnished with bed, stove and furniture,
are rented to BtudfDts who board tnemselves, or wno
desire to hire table board in artvate families . at
about si, M perwk.
The Tuition In tbe Twichsn' Hcientlflc and Classic
al courses ranir&s from S6 to SA aer aoarter.
Tnose preparing to teacn can have, witnoat extra
cnarge, tne aavaoiaseoi aauy units in tne normal
DttDartroftit. Tbe aaiMion beainson about 1 he 8KO-
OSD Tl ttiUAi of Atigust. Korember and March of
tar a var.
SWT Monnt Fnlon Is a unlet, healthr and moral
Till ajre, one mile acdahair south of Alliance, the
junction of the C vaUnd PitUburh Bailroad with
tne f it wd ar n, fort Wayne inicago luuiwar.
Mjw&a to tbe freudent tor a atatovue.
Maaca a, lfM fJS
A LL RECRUITS FOR THE 6th
r Ohio Cava'rv. now absent on Furlough or th-
erwife, are hereby orderea 10 report at Camp CTee
laod wituont delay, for the purpose of being mnster
ed for the payment of Bounty.
marB HI Commandlnx ltarhmppt.
$402 for Veterans,
$303 for Recruits.
SOO IHRN WANTED to nil op the ranks of the
BiiUr" 2d Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry. Sow
Is the tima tnenllst in lhla splendid reelmeut. The
resinent will nindezrou. at Cms Cleveland, and
will t mounted and armed In the best manner, after
which u will aropahlr be ordered to tela General
Boroide la th. great expedition, now ittlng out ot
New York. .
Uecnutinf Offlos 290fitiper!or-Mt., CleTeland.
GEO. A. PCIMNUiUM,
Lieutenant Uolon'l 2do.V 0.,
febVHJ Rwmitin Offter.
MW TOEK AND LIVERPOOL,
OalUnf at 6ALWAT and LOHDCHDIBBT.
The Only 8temner Line. Biinalac Paasra.
era Direct frasn t he .Nai th aad Weet
XHE UNDERSIGNED hab Bii5
appointed srait In ('I.Teland. for tha sale of
anecerttneates, for th. Hslendld Bide Wheel,
Royal Mall outamers of the
And of the 11 ant rrnl or Pertland Line. Also
by the WAaaiMtiTun MAisof nrt-ciass
A merlcan fiai'lnf Bbips, lea lug
LIVERPOOIi nd NEW YORK WEEKLY.
r BIQHT DRAFTS on te Katlonal Bank aad
BraQcbs, payab'e throtighout Oieat Mritalu and
Ireland. Aptiy to
At Bankinc House of Wiitrht A Bro..
ooatinnation of theWboleaale and Jietail
Milluxerr ft Straw Goods Butiien,
the old iiopnlar stand. No. 227, corner of Hupe
Wa have formed a eoBartnerahin nndtr tha Tirm
and style ef
J. B. SHrPHEED & CO.,
and have opened aa entirely new and carefully se
lected stock of
BONNETS, HATS, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RUCHES,
and all Goods pertaining to the trade, which we offer
our oil friends and the pnbllc sneralir- at the
lowest market rates. J B. bHIKHBBD,
Lite with Morga', Kont oo.,
mart 141 M. J. DULMaB.
HENRY INMAN'S ESTATE.
Kotlce Is herebr siren that the snbscriber
has been appointed and qualified aa Administrator of
the estate oi Menry lnoan, oeceaeo. late or or.
rUle, Ohio. Wit. L. tvttlti.
Oiereland, I0. U. 1864 nin
"VfOTICE. WALDO A. FISHER
IX ta this day admitted a sartner In onr hooaa,nB.
der la. flros aama of H. Oajwwon a Oo.
SsoemMr 1, !. w-i - w
w. i .vi. mmond oar stock of Goods from
M River and U Meadow Jits., to 144 Water and 4 and
of oooda. we shall be able to oflor Indcoeaienta to
porcheeVra; and shall be b.jirr to as nr old ena-
INDLING WOOD. Thi Bis
.,. Mansdacturr, corner of Mala and Ceterlta ,
aWU. . LLAiK, GRAHAM k WHIT.
TA1LC2, GEISVUJLI) & C0
OTF2B BEATJTIPUX CTYUJ
Ii Soeskli, Flash Calatkm j aotti,
V: AT GSBAT BAE0AI53.
lmelusert wishing to eeoaontlza, shonM call aa
look at our Uoaas. V, guaraatas our erioat
SO Per Cent. Less than ugu .
W Inrlu toe special aMeatkn of rntlaai
Onr large Stock of OyercoaKags
. BLACK BROADCLOTHS, '
Black Casilmerea, Taney Caaslmem,
. oan rnuissisG goods.
H M, 10-4 and
iwiuea aso nam koa riannar
Twilled and Plala Bine rlanael.
Twilled aod rialn 6rej rimael, '
Soarlet, Crimaon, Orange, Blue,
Drab, Blaok and Green
Brown and Bleached
LINEN TABLE DAMASKS,
Damask Kapklna, Towellngrt
Olapen, &c, ate
Onr Stock of
was never In Utter shape, and we feel confident I
being able to
Salt all who nay raror witn a Call.
Onr SILi STOCK will be found In great Tutor.
BLACK REPP SILKS,
MOIRE ANTIQUE SILKS,
PLAIN BLACK SILKS,
SEEDED & BROCADE SILKS,
PLAIN SILKS Il ALL oo LOBS,
W. araoOsTlna great Indnoementa ta parclisasiw al
some kinds twice sold on -fourth less than they real d
now be bought lutst. Onr stock oontalns the choicest
riaia ropllos, Gala riald,'Flald le
Wines Llasfj Plaids, Imprest
Clotni, Kerlnoes, Plata
fflMltaiwtMAai rrr.nM S aa - -
S II AWLS.
300 Double Woolen ftiiawl
At Exceedingly Law Prices.
wWso!!cit a call from Ladles about 9nrehasras
od assure them that It will alVird nse'.ftaanretn n.t
our tatoodat whether they wish to pnrcnaseor saw i
TAYLOR. GRISWOID & CO- .
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL SrTLiS
la Plaid rai Uoods cpeced to-dar
mi" JI7 aTTpetior-St. '
ODO COLORED ALL-WOOL
' TAK1A)1S, ualSWOLI) CO.
PLAIN ALPACAS IN EVERT
lAIWl, btUS'ULPiQO .
tnar 117 fnperlor-St.
D. KENDALL & CO.
B'ack Thread Trlmmicat Laces.
Ouipare lece Kdttif.
ttQK e Lvcm ia every Tarltv,
Machtie EmbroiilTed tflKiDn,
Liasn Ktnbroi leisd Kdglogt, j
Fne (Jamt-ric F'Jkfincs.
JGbT OPiLjiJCi) GiIAT tABIlTT.
TRAVELING DRESS G00D3 new iijlt
FOULARD SILKS Terychetap.
SCAKFS, PLAiDS, DiLAINES.
With a great variety of
Shawls and British Dress Goods,
frbH H. P. KUNPaLL CO.
5C00 Yards Striped Cashmere,
At 81s per yard oheap at 4-Ia.
L P. 8HEHW00D,
Ml end at Superior -8 1.
A Full Assortment of
Plain, Figured, Striped, Plaid and
Baedad Alpaca: Slack St Colors.
LP. 8HEE WOOD.
Anotner laire jjins or
Ladles Cloaks of Latest Styles.
ill a; and m Bnnrlor-M.
NEW SUKS-JIST 0PE5ED.
Oreen, .. .
And Pnrple Bepp Silks.
KEW SPRING DRESS COOD9.
L P. SHERWOOD.
Swl aod Jt rri-e,
fancy Drtss B nitons.
. I. P.BHIHWOOD,
fr-r-o 94? snft ?44 SnTwrinr-Ht.
TIES. TIES, SCARES, SCARFS,'.
TIK3, TIES, SCARFS, BCARFS
TIES, TJUtS, SCARFS, SCARFS.
COLLARS, . EHIBT9,.
COLLARS, a BHIRI
COLLARS, MOT! b HAlGHrS, BFIRT3,
COLLARS, ISriBani.SU, SHIBT3,
COLLARS, Opp. WastdeUHouae. BHISISa.
COLLAR 8, BHIRTS,
COLLARS! - 8HIRI3,
fursishinq eoor, rrnNTSHnfGS'Xjr s,
ruRMSHisa goods, Fmsi.!'Hi'?ooi'3.
FURVISHINt SOOP8, FTJR.NTSHI.NS WOW,
FCBNIBHiNG GOODB, FUSIoaiiil 60JW.
TVOCTOR ROGER'S . ;! , -Syrup
of liverwort and Tar, - !
A standard and nimbi, milcia. lor Oooahs sad
all Tercet and Long coapl'ntA
Tnrialabv OtltJ UtJHFLb A BBtV
aarata looatioa-Ut Oataoo-at.
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