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MONDAY IMOKNIX:, MAT S3, lfS4.
The Expression in favor of Abraham Lincoln.
A the time drtvt near for the Balti
more Contention, the unanimity of the
popular feeling for Mr. Lincoln becomes
Bore decisive than before. Nothing h
beem nch fearel by the copperheads as
Ms re-nomination. They hsvs therefore
been industriously at work for months,
endeavoring to undermine public confi
dence. Their savage onslaughts hare
been stayed for a few weeks by the im
portant events transpiring; bnt their
former malignity was not misunderstood.
The integrity, purity and ability of the
President, the universal confidence of the
people, have been powerful reasons with
the opposition why he should not be re
nominated. From every quarter come the evidences
that these qualities are being appreciated
and that the people are unanimously in
On Thursday last the Union Conven
tion of Massachusetts eleoted delegates at
large in favor of Abraham Lincoln. The
Union Convention of Vermont mteiumouaiy
adopted a resolution declaring Abraham
Lincoln as the first choice ef the people.
From every quarter of the country where
there has been any expression, it has been
overwhelmingly in favor of Mr. Lincoln.
The hot beds of Abolition are the most
earnest in his support, and yet there are
certain gentlemen who Effect to be in fa
vor of a still more radical candidate. In
view of the foot that the soundest anti-
slavery men of the nation are in favor of
Mr. Lincoln's re-nomination, it little be
comes the maloonlents who are to mtet in
this city to prate about a more radical anti-slavery
policy. They can come before
the Union men of the country wiih but lit-
t.'e grace and still lees hope of popular ap
probation. Henry Ward Beecher in w
ting to a distinguished Indiana politician
at Washintton.says what will be endorsed
by all good Union men: "In the present exi
gency, in view of Mr. Lincoln's past ad
ministration, the wisdom be has shown
the moral purity of the man, the great and
just confidence which the people put in
him, the danger which there would be, if
lie were set aside, of having it regarded
as a publie rebuke of his policy, and the
eonfidenoe that I feel that, though long
learning he has learned to govern, I am
fall and strong in my oonviction that he
should be our next President."
A Very Singular Circumstances.
Everybody is asking in the West why
Mr. Craig, of New York, allowed the
forged proclamation to be telegraphed
West and without a denial of its authen
ticity, although some hours before,
in reply to the question of the New York
Times whether the dispatch had come to
the Associated Press, the reply wss made,
the proclamation was " false as bell." If
it was false at 8J a. m., when the Times
made the inquiry, why was it not equally
false when telegraphed West? The card
from Mr. Craig of the Associated Press,
denouncing men in Washington who hd
aothinf whatever to do with the bogus
proclamation, is a very poor shield with
which to oo verbis own negligence. The
effort to throw into disrepute the special
correspondents of Western newspapers,
was very ineffectual, to say the least. We
know that the gentleman who telegrsj hs
to the Leasee is a man of fine ability acd
one having access to the best sources of
information. It new turns out that the
whole forgery was perpetrated in New
Tork eity, and has no relation to the spe
cial correspondents at Washington. Mr.
Craig speakscontemptuously of dispatches
which he himself sends West very large
ly as Associate Press reports.
The World and Journal of Commerce to
be Published Again.
The order suppressing these journals he
been revoked, as we hoped it would be.
The order was issued when the Govern
ment wss not yet in full possession of all
the facts. The haste in which it was done
is evident from the fact that the five tele
graph operators in the Independent Tele
graph Office who were sent to Fort Lafay
ette and who have sinoe been released,
had nothing whatever to do with the affiir
more than to send a di. patch to Boston
denying its authenticity.
We are gratified, therefore, to see that
the liberty of the Press is not to be inter
fered with, while we have the assurance
that the men who perpetrated the forgery
will be severely dealt with. This is as it
should be. Their is no palliation of their
crime. They are responsible and they
must abide the consequence.
The Lists of Wounded.
We surrender a large amount of our
apaoe to-day to the names of wounded
men in Ohio regiments. When so many
arts are anxiously-waiting to hearths
results of the great battles, and especially
to know whether their own dear ones have
fallen or are wounded, these reoords must
nreve of tragio and mournful interest.
To many in Northern Ohio, the lists we
publish to-day will convey sad intelli
gence. But such are the fortunes of war.
God only knows over what households the
as gel of death is flying. May He give
pssee to the afflicted ones whose sorrow
ing eyes shall read in these lists the names
f brother, son, husband or father. May
He, too, grant a compensation of Freedom
and Peaoe to our bleeding ooantry, for the
trials and sufferings it is now undergoing.
General Lee's Order to His Army.
On the 16ia of May General Lee caused
to be read to his army General Orders No.
41. The order consists of seven things.
Ha announces a viotory over Bigel; one
ever Averill, whioh did not take plaoe;
on ever General Banks; the failure of
General Steele in Western Arkansas, and
of Bheridan in not getting into Richmond,
and the repels of Batler, General Lee
has bat little to gloat over in speaking of
Grant, however. Of him he says, " We
stave thus far checked the principal army
f the enemy, and inflicted npon him heavy
losses." Is conclusion he makes an nrgent
ppeal in these 'ords :
" Continue emulate the valor of your
comrades who have fallen ; aod remember
that it depends upon you whether they
snail have died in vain. It is in your pow
er, aider God, to defeat the last great ef
fort ef the enemy, establish the independ
ence of your native land, and earn the
lasting love aid gratitude of your coun
trymen and ths admiration of all mankind."
The Famous Liquor Case of Gen. Blair.
Last year a statement went the rounds
of the press to the effect that Major Gen
eral Blair made an order for himself and
staff for liquor and other luxuries to the
amount of $3,651, that it wss pretended
that this large cupply was for the oxehuivt
use of himself and staff but in reality he
was taking advantage of his position to
smuggle contraband goods aoross the lines
for the purpose of private speculation, in
violation of Treasury regulations. It
seemed that the original order, which
sailed only for the moderate sum of $150
worth of these luxuries for the General
and his staff of nine ' officers,
and which was drawn on a Mr. Miohael
Powers, an agent of the Treasury Depart
ment in 8t. Louis, was altered by that in
dividual, by adding a figure to the amount
of each article, and adding the word
"each," after each amount, so as to in
crease it to $8,651. What can be the ob
ject of committing this infamous forgery
is not kaewn, unless it was dene for the
purpose of injuring General Blair.
The General, while in Congress, deman
ded the appointment of a committee to in
vestigate the oharge against him. The
committee was appointed, and made the
following report, exonerating General
Blair fully from the charge of violating
any law. and showing np the forgery of
The special committee appointed under
the resolution of the House of the 23d of
March last, to investigate the charge made
by Hon. J. W. MoClurc, a member of the
Rouse from the State of Missouri, against
Hon. Jr. r. Blair, Jr., also a member of the
House from the same State, "of violating
tee laws in the matter of an aliegedd
liquor speculation, and to inquire into the
genuineness or falsity of the alleged order
fur the purchase of liquor, bearing date
June 8,' load, respeotfully report -that
they have had the matter so referred to
tnem under consideration from an early
day after their si pointment, and have
given full opportunities to both parties to
procure witnesses before them, and have
taken all the testimony offered on the
subject.! The depositions of the witnesses
thus examined are herewith transmitted to
It appeared satisfactorily in evidence
before tne oommittee that on the 3d day of
June, lfct3, Hon. F. P. Blair, jr. then
being a major general in the army of the
United mates in aotual service near Vicks-
burg, in the State of Mississippi, together
with eight members of his staff signed
written order or authority to one Michael
rowers. ' representing himself to be an
asent of the Treasury Department, and
who had offered his servioes for the pur
pose, to proourt for their own use a very
moderate amount of liquors, tobacco, and
cigars, the ooet of which, in the language
of one of the witnesses, (Capt. Maguire,)
"certainly would not exoeel one hundred
and fifty or one hundred and seventy-five
This ord r, as it Appeared before the
oommittee, wa altered after it was de
livered to Powers, by adding to and
ohanging the figures, and also by adding
at least one new item, (twenty five boxes
can 'nuts, l to such an extent that the in
voioe on the purchase of the articles in St.
Louis, and a permit for which was granted
by the collector, amounted to $8,651. As
a specimen of the alterations one may be
referred to, that as to brandy. The original
order was for five gallons ; by inserting
the figure 2 before the figure 5, and adding
the word " each, it became an order (as
nine persons had signed it) for two hun
dred and twenty-eve gallons. Toe altera
tions whioh the committee believe, from
the tes imony taken before them, to have
been made in the order, will be eeen on
reference to schedule A hereto annexed,
which contains aoopy of the existing or
der, and a statement at the foot thereof of
the artioles named in the original order as
nearly as the committee can determine
from the evideno before them.
As to the question by whom these alter
ations were made, the oommittee refer par
ticularly to the depositions of Mr. rowers
anp Mr. Howard, wh oh are among those
herewith submitted. Judging from all the
circumstances, they were probably made
for the purpose of realising a piofitable
speculation under cover of the original
order. That they were made by Powers
there cannot, from the testimony, be any
At the time the order was delivered to
Powers, there was no law or military reg
ulation in any way prohibiting it.
The oommittee are therefore of the opin
ion, and do report, that no violation of law
was committed in the premises by General
Blair, and that the original order was al
tured and falsified after it bad passed from
his possession and control, in the manner
The undersigned, the chairman of the
oommittee, for himself deems it proper to
state that the replies of Mr. Blair in the
House to the charges of Mr. MoCIurg, all
of whioh have been under investigation
before the committee, are not sustained by
the evidence, except as to his denial of be
ing engaged in a liquor speculation, and
of the genuineness of the order in question
In this statement the other members of the
oommittee do not consent the membrr
from Kentucky for the reason that his
conclusions from the testimony are the op
posite ot those of the chairman; and the
member from New York (who was absent
white most of this part or the evidence
was taken) for the reason that he does not
consider the subject embraced in the reso
luuon appointing the con mittee, and that
they are not. in his judgment, oalled on to
express any opinion in regard to it.
The committee having thus completed
the duiies assigned to them, respeotly ask
to be discharged from the farther consid
BRUTUS J. CLAY.
JOHN V. L PRYUN.
Hhdquhb.tv.es Becobd Division, )
16th Aemt Coeps, xeab Vicksbuks. V
Missi(sppi, Jane 13, 1863. J
We, the undersigned officers, autbodie
Miohael Powers to procure for our own use
the following articles, to wit: 25 gallons
brandy eaoh; 85 gallons whiskey each;
25 half barrels ale each; 24 boxes Cataw
ba; 24 boxes claret, good; 80 boxes Ha
vanna cigars; 2 doien bottlrs Baker's bit
ters, genuine; 20 b xes " Charles Ferrc"
champagne; 4 five-pound baUs Virginia
smoking tobacco ; 25 boxes can fruit.
Feare P. Blaib,
Maj Gen. Com. Second Division.
J. M. Joel,
Capt. and Assist. Quartermaster.
Aecbee It. Smith,
Captain a d Cr.
Looae Tohkiis, A. D. C.
Geo. A. Maso-iee, A. D. C.
First Lieut. Tenth Missouri Cay.
W. D. Gseee,
Major and A. A. G.
T. C. Ftiiiiii,
Burgeon D. 8. V. and Div. Burgeon
M. A. Doll, A. C. C.
List of artioles in the order when the
same was signed : '
8 gallons brandy, 8 gallons whiskey, 6
barrels ale, 4 boxes Catawba, 6 boxes clar
et, (good,) 8 boxes Havaona cigars, z dot
en bottles Baker's bitters, (genuine,) 2
boxes "Charles Ferre" Champagne, 1
(perhaps 4) five pound bales Virginia
"I hate to hear people talk behind one's
back." as the pickpocket said when the
constable cried "Stop thief I" : ,.,
The Losses Under Sherman.
The following list ef casualties In
Northern Ohio regiments, In the recent
movements under Sherman, is compiled
with great care from all available sources.
It is arranged by regiments, so that those
interested in any particular regiment can
see at a glanoe the extent of its losses.
The list below gives onl the names of
wounded who are in hospital at or near
Chattanooga, as it Is impossible to obtain
the names of the killed and those of the
wounded who were not sent baok. A cor
respondent at Chattanooga informs us that
the men are all doing well. Most of them
are but slightly wounded and will be able
to return to the front in a short time.
Harry Bnrdioh, C.
Sergt Wm Btockdale, A; Abram Bnyder,
C; Sergt Robert Mackey, B; Geo W Heed,
E; Gottlieb Hug, bugler, E; John V role.
Corp C Todd, D. . '
Chaunoey EsteU, B; Wm A 8 merlin r,
B; Zachariah Rollins, E; Wm Edgar, F;
John Pitts, H; Thomas JSg-an, JL.
Patriok Fitipatrick, A.
John H Ashen, D ; Jacob Walton, B
Adam Walters, B; Michael Shafsbal, C ;
Chas Hommond, D; John Kemble, B; Sergt
J L Place, B; Chas ttilbert, U; J as Latham,
- ' '- ' '
John Shannon, I; Hiram Dalgripple, E;
Bufns T Chapman, iX Wm Waterman, I
Henry J Knapp, H; John H Wright, H ;
Hiram Thamton, E; Adelbert Hilbridge, I;
Wm Tooket U: Thad K Hoyt, A: John
Ellis, A; Charles 8 tees, L John Huff, L,
Jacob Gardner, D; Fred A Bounds, K ;
Plovd Morris, B: John Smith, H: J
Whit, G; E M Keody, G; James Windham,
C; John Bnrkhart, U; J J wane, v, csamnei
E Fay, C; Barny Brook, Ez Willtom iiiia
man, E; James Beed, I; Henry Stevens,
I: James B Wildil, H; James B Pemn, H;
James Winter, I; John Hugh, D, Bhendan
Smith, John JohnBon, tt.
Sergeant Joseph Georgia, F; J Popp, D;
Corp Chas Seiter, B; Corp A Baumeartner,
A; Sergeant . B Beisinger, D; H Klatsnl,
K; Capt John Hanen, A; Sergt P Beck, B;
Capt Sohroewing, G; Capt John Hume, A.
J A Cutler, A; 8ilas Camp, C; Elias
Baynes, G; W 8 Jordan, D.
F J Russell, H; Chas Taylor, D; John
Scott, G; A. Reynolds, Jt J H Greer, 1; Ka
than Thornburgh, B; James HeffelfinRer,
D; Lieut J W rhon p-on, G, severely; John
ttyckman, severely; . Corp Hedad Buckley,
H; Lieut C MoASrey, C; S Floddini, A:
John Fisher, I; B E Haanoo, A; Corp S
B Johnson,; Corp W 8 Meal, D, slightly;
Sterling Biggs, 1, slightly.
Geo 8 over, I;H H Beebe, F; H F Heller,
Daniel Kennedy, A; H H Beebe, F; Oliver
Wilson, r; Sergt E Huff, F; Tayler Rich
ards, E; Tayler Michaels, E; Lieut Haff.
Lewis Smith. G.
' George Bommers, I ; Mathias Harrap, T;
John Oteenberger, E ; George Sewer, ii ;
ehepley H Len, F; Hay Bafensberger, C;
John r S.
Thomas Grippen, C.
103D INFANTRY. 111TH INFANTRY.
Jacob Kurti, E; WilUam Cisco, F; D B
Reynolds, C .
AdamBabb, F; John Welsh, K; David
8ellers, H ; C Hottsocker, E ; James D
Goodrich, F; Thomas Waldie, E; F Tay
ler, C; James Hart,F; Albert Bliss, F ;
George Turner, K ; Charles Vernon, C ;
Ord. Berg't David B Leng, F ; Lemuel Fer
guson, C; Daniel Triscoll.
8sneea St John, A ; Thomas Baboook, I !
William Mathews, C; L H Carter, C;
Albert Fisher, I; Jeremiaa Bwinehart, C;
Henry Welling, K; Henry Longsmith, I ;
Geortro Arbuckle, A; r-nocb, BoVJ, C
William McGaeohy, E; Silas Gridle, B;
Elijah Zufall, I; Sergeant Fred Smith, E;
E bert Holden, E; Thomas Fox, C; Mi
ohael Gaeble, I; CA Phelps, C; William
McKenny, C; M Hill, I; Joseph Edwards,
1; James Hawley, 1; John 91 looker,
John W Tousey, I; Franols Murphy, F;
0 Htb, B; Thomas Fay, C; Wm Mo
Gaughey, I; Charles 0 Ames, H; Sergt.
James Cam pt ell, X; Chas U Amor, ;
Giles Irish, D ; Jesbe Sample, C.
125TH INFANTRY. Losses of the 67th. O. V. I.
The following is a oomplete list of the
losses of the 07th 0. V. I., in the reont
battle under Butler ;
1st Lieut Geo M Ballard, company L
2d Lieut Henry M Wallaok, company C.
Sergt 8 W Matson, company G.
Sergt Henry Claffiin, company E.
Corp James L Pope, company H.
Addison Campbell, company H.
Perin Fleming, company H.
Eber Pike, company I.
Biujeon Borton, oompany L '
Aldison Miller, company L
Sahn Wood, company C.
Jeremiah Ay res, company K.
Philip Loop, i ight arm, severe.
Frank Burnham, right wrist, severe.
Jacob Hepfiager, left arm, slight.
Geo M Color, head, slight.
David G Willey, hip, contusion, severe.
Anthony Navarre, scalp, slight.
Levi Linlnger, right hand, alight
Sergt Charles Authenrieth, left hand
rinc finger amputated.
Zaoanriah Roy, left hand, severe.
Godfrey Hoerger, right side and arm
John Ammons, left hand, slight.
George Adams, contusion left side
si ght. .
Wm A Lawrence, right hand, slight.
Sergt Frank Stachel, abdomen, severe.
Sergt Wellington Smith, hand severe,
breast slight :
Corp T H Brower, contusion left shoul
James McCartney, back and contusion
of hip. i
wuliam Mead, arm and right side, se
F McGleughlin, right ear and side of
Bernard Tiernan, thigh, severe.
C M Lally, right thigh, severe.
Corp Wm H Bisdel, left leg, severe.
D Hallett, abdomen, slight
James Ford hand.
Arthur Gardiner, contusion left hip.
Jehn Griffin, right elbow arm amput
Brnoo Colburn, bead, scalp wonnd.
Jobn Giees, right hand, slight
EJ Molt, left arm, slight
Wit Ody, left thigh, slight
Sergt H J Carter, leg, severe.
Sergt B F Cox, right arm, severe.
Corp James Hays right leg, severe.
Jamee M Callin, lef side bead, severe.
r e rope, right thigh, severe.
eo W flwdre, left hand, MTere ring
-ff!tf-l Kfl ,lp..-jMH
Sylvester Trobildgs, left thigh fleen
Corp F Hart man, right arm, severe,
Eiward Pennell, left arm, slight
John Mathias, left arm.
Thos Donahue, shell wound, left thigh,
severe May U, 1864.
Theodore Winans, right shoulder
Henry Spiess, left groin, severe.
John floffmire, hip-, severe.
Edward Baker, right foot, slight
Silas Terry, right thigh, slight
David DIsbrow, right arm, severe
Corp Wm Potes, right hand, slight
Corp C H Buggies, contusion left knee,
Corp A D Turk, left tide, slight
" Ed C Ketchum, right hand, slight
W W Turk, left leg, slight
Michael Dennis, right side, slight
Corp Joseph T Brown, left foot, severe
Silas B 8tebbins, right thigh
RWm H Payne, left arm
Joseph Beely, right and left arm, severe
Sergt J as Shoemaker, right hand, slight
Isaac ii Muter, right hand, slight
B Morrison, right band, slight
H W Matthews, right hand, slight
COMPANY K. Losses of the Second and Sixth Cavalry.
The following is a list of the wounded
of the Seoond and Sixth Ohio Cavalry in
the battles of the Wilderness and Spots
CharleB Reed, E ; Sergeant Fuller, G
Corporal Warden, B ; Lieutenant Hamlin,
Corporal Elwin Beckley, F; Dwight F,
Goff, D; James Northup, E; Joseph O.
Packard, D; Wm. H. Wheeler, F ; Georse
Webber, M ; Leonard Triseell. D ; D. M.
Musser,' G; P. C. Vaunce, I; John W
Chambers, M ; J. H. Ferguson, ; Jobn
Jentry, E ; Wm H. Price, F ; B H. Jack-
eon, F; P. F. Weitsel, L; Lewis Knapp,
15; B. Heener, a: w. Unebio, u : A.
Louisiana a Free State.
A remarkable scene took place in New
Orleans on the twelfth of this month. A
national salute was fired in honor of an
event whioh will be the brightest in the
history of that State.
On that day the oonvention decided that
immediate emanoipation should take place
by adopting the following section in the
Emanoipation Act, that " slavery and in
voluntary servitude, exoept for orime after
due conviction, be and are hereby forever
abolished in Louisiana; and Becond, that
the Legislature is forever prohibited from
passing any law recognizing property in
rThe New Orleans True Delta remarks :
The passage of this ordinance is one of
the grandest events of the times, and it is
fitting that it should be duly celebrated
that the roar of artillery and glad shouts
should make the welkin reverberate and
ring with the thunders of powder and the
voices of joy, Louisiana is forever free
The fiat has gone forth, and the action of
yesterday in the Convention is irrevocable,
Arrest of the Author of the Bogus Proclamation.
Joseph Howaid, one of the eiitors of
the Brooklyn Etgle, was arrested on Fri
day last as the author of the forged procla
The ..following-are the oircumetancec
leading to bm arrat, mm s-eportsd b j i
It seems that something like a week ago
Howard consulted Mr. Kent, member of the
firm of Kent & Clapp, Brokers, as to ;he
probable effect upon the market of a proc
lamation calling for 3CO,000 more men.
Mr. Kent gave him his opinion, and subse
quently toward sho - ed him the draft of a
proolama ion which he olaimed to know.
through secret channels of intelligence at
Washington, was about to be issued. After
the publication in the World and Journal
of Commerce on Wednesday morning. Mr.
Kent at onoe identified the published pro
clamation with the draft which Howard
had shown him, and gave information of
the ciroumstances to General Dix. How
ard wae arrested and brougwt to the Gen
eral's headquarters yesterday afternoon,
where he at onoe made a full acknowledg
ment of his agenoy in the mat er, and ex
culpated all the newspapers which he
suoceeded in victimising. He employed
anotn r person, whose name we believe is
Momssey, to nake the copies which were
sent to the press. It is reported that
several Diner persons were cognixant of
the proceeding, a d also made it the basis
of speculative operations in gold. But
Howard, we understand, denies that any
person was at all implicated with him in
FARMEE & PAINTEB,
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HOLE, SILViR, COUPOffS,
Exekar.g. Canada ef Vncmrent ifoMy,
Buy ud 811 all descriptions of
7 3-10 Notes conTerted into Sixes of 1881.
Subscriptions received for 10-40 Bonds.
Orders by Mail or Express promptly filled.
Deposits received. Collections made at all ao-
a. J. faiiii, jas. riaMEa,
J. T. r&IJfTlta, U. HA IDEM AN.
CJC, ICE, JLC Jfi.
H1B c-PKI.NO POND ICE.
The Clevplbnd Ice Comiutnv &rs prrrufd to fnm.
ts'- aibiliM, rattronda, hotels, ac , with pnre 8pilDg
Ai i.rj. lr: at (I WBl-bJ-B Oy.ur IXpot, 2US
np -rinr t ret will be prompllr att'-nde'l to
may2l:lfio o. !tjAMP, Ayot.
I V V ! I J fc .
TAKE PLKASURK IN AN-
. rornit inir to thp put.iic 1ht 1 i Ave now full?
omttiactd mv rrti biiftluetM I have the inrmt
kind o- ioh, winch I can fnrtitub ceap orders
tube ('t tX tbe "ih Market on iivr ttriftt
T30-1 4&vl J HNON.
"TJSION ICK COMPANY,
Alprefcg & e.ardner,
PUBB FPRINO POND ICE,
aill anpplf latntl ra, hotels, Vats, Ac, nt all times,
on th - ah-mtv notice, at bu cU per Mm pound. 1
Bati be obtftlnea m tbe above rat s on application be.
lug madt at th office. o ddnc:iD.fl or 1m tim
them Ofe week Collections made monthly, and
mils most be promptly paid.
an cram ien at hh ana iw ettrpencr srrefT, jo
BiTer street. r tW .& Ilnt 216. will be
NOTiOJfi TO CONTKACTORS.
Sealed B'fDO'iU wnt be rered bv the an der-
ngned ax the HbM th Ufflo9 otHc null! i o'clock
P m., JAnj ttth, 184. ttrromtdi' g an addition t .the
Pest Botjmoi 4 tt Su eat, and IS eet p-'ato. Plan
andineciflcaiioiiscaa te sees, at th above specified
rprte b,t wjil be rwlred for th Msot work
and Plastering, Carpenter and Jot' er work and
tainting, the -ortnctv'-t (nm-ihlnsT the maErtial tn
each caae. AlsK,fur UiniUiK the o-d holloing with
two ooatsr-r paint. 1. U. M BSH A L Li.
KTr Invtstbli & Ouinillb
AH PICKLKS MlXlD & r'LA.IIf,
B;o TWM sua Of til. tWTSlLL,C
31 St. Mark's Place, N. Y.,
WILL MAKB Hid ,
MONDAY, JUNE 6th,
AND WILL REMAIN AT THE
TILL 8 ATURDAT JUNE lltb,
WHERE HE CAN BE CONSULTED
DISCHARGES FROM THE EARS,
NOISES IN THE HEAD, AND ALL THE
VARIOUS ACUTE AND CHRON
IC DISEASES OF THE
EAR AND THROAT.
DR. LIQHTHILL ON THE SYMPTOMS
Tbe first sensation is usually a feeling
of dryness and heat in the nose, and a free
inclination to sneeiing. There is an ina
bility to breathe freely, as the nose be
eames stopped op, sr-metimcs on one side,
sometimes on the other.
Soon a elear, watery, acrid disoharge
makes its apiearanee, exooriating the
nostrils and edges of the lips, whioh be
eome red and somewhat swollen. After a
few days the discharge becomes thick, yel
lowish, extremely frequent, and oontinnes
to be a marked feature of the disease, and
a source of muoh danger and the greatest
annoyance. After more or less time, it
becomes purulent, highly offensive, and
assumes an extremely fetid odor. It is
usually so profuse as to require, when
confined to the nose, the frequentapplication
of the handkerchief, or if it drops into tbe
throat, which is more particularly the ease
while the body is in a horisontal position,
constant expectoration, and sometimes
Sleep is frequently disturbed by a sen
sation of choking, caused by the presence
of the discharge in the throat. - Owing to
the heat in the head, the watery portion
of the discharge often evaporati s, and as
suming a condition of soliUity, is deposited
upon the membrane of the nose and upper
part of the throat, in the shape of oruets
or hardened lumps. The accumulation of
these incrustations produces a feeling of
discomfort, and narrows the nasal passa
ges so as to embarass respiration. There-
fore, frequent efforts have to be made to
remove them, either by forcibly blowing
the nose, or by persistent hawking i
practice as disagreoable to the one afieet-
ep as it is to those around him. After tbe
removal, that side of the incrustation
wai.a arihasad to tha ainoona aaeasbjaa
will nwia.n i ftju-a m.ii w
whioh explains the force required for its
dislodgment. During sleep, these incrus
tations accumulate more rapidly, and the
feeling is therefore more uncomfortable in
the morning. Sometimes all efforts to
clear the throat are futile until after
breakfast or after something warm is
Some jatients state that they are not
suooessfnl until they have swallowed some
whisky or brandy. The disoharge, which
1b at first without smell, assumes in the
progress of the complaint, an excessively
fetid oolor, the breath participates in this,
and becomes occasionally 89 revoltingly
offensive as tj render the patient an object
of disgust to himself as well as to others,
Ulceration of the mucus membrane of the
nose takes place frequently, sometimes
even attacking the bones, when small par-
tides of that substanoe will occasionally
be found mixed with the discharge. The
accumulation of the discharge, together
with the thiokened condition of the mu
eous membrane, restndersiratio 1 en
through the nasal passages very difficult,
and often times impossible, necessitating
respiration principally through the moutb,
a method very deleterious to the general
health, but more particularly so to the
lungs, as will be shown hereafter. The
unpleasant noise produoed during sleep
known as snoring, originates from the
The voice loses its musical quality and
assumes a discordant, harsh, and nasal
character; the sense of smell ' becomes
muoh impaired or entirely lost, and the
same effect, though less frequent, is pro
duced on the sense o' taste. Occasionally.
while blowing the noee, a crackling or
bubbling sound will be heard In the ear,
and the ring will be found quite thick and
stopped up, but returns suddenly with
something like a snapping sound. This
phenomenon is usually repeated until, at
one time, hearing does not return, and re
mains permanently injured. Noises in the
head of every eonoeivable description will
make their appearanoe and add to the dis
tress of the sufferer, and hearing may be
lost so gradually that a considerable de
gree of deafness may exist before the
person is really aware of the foot. Tbe
eyes are apt to become weak, irritated, and
disposed to water on exposure to cold and.
wind, and after the slightest exertion.
A pain more or less acute, or a distress
ing feeling of pressure, is experienced
over the eyes, and sometimes en the top
or baok of the head, and also pain in the
face, closely resembling neuralgia, for
which it is very often mistaken. The dis
tress in the head weakens the memory
and produces irritability and moroseness
of disposition. The stomach generally
suffers more or less ; is weak and irritable;
the appetite is weak and capricious, and is
nearly always bad in the morning. In
severe eases tbe system becomes feeble
and prostrated, and there is an aversion
or Inability to either physical or mental
Not unfrequently catarrh proves fatal,
either by debilitating the system and wear,
log out the patient or by traveling down
ward and producing throat affections,
bronchitis, and, finally, tomwmplicm. It
aay be safely asserted that after heredi
tary predisposition, catarrh is (he most
frequent and important cause of this complaint.
DR. LIGHTHILL DRY GOODS.
OWER k HIGBEE
c' av Jmtreoalnd
Black 3-4 and 8 4 erenaoinei,
White 3 4 and 8-4 Crepe Maretz
Black 3-4 and 8-4 Crepe Maretz,
White 8 4 and 8 4 Bereges,
Black 8-4 and 8-4 Bereges,
Eiegant Grenadine Dress Goods.
ifrrnanl', lavrnx, "Percales,
Printed Jaconets, &c,
With a hands -me stock of
Para'olH and Son Umbrellas
239 SUPERIOR STREET.
New Arrlrsl of Summer Goods,
J. M. k H. T. HOWES'S,
No. 230 Snperior-st, cor Seneca
WF OFFER AN ENDLESS VA
Gotnpriaioir th newest fabric.
Ia ilk Good
wo hT a lrs toe.t bo-ipht Mf re the rcnt doty
vi imrwni wm ana a uq all iznporUH Rood 4 WDICQ
ws . Jait oponed aittU lineot desirable colors In
Also, BERAGE3 AND CRAPE MARETT8
PLAIN AND CHECKED MOHAIR
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS.
w' haToall stylea of shawls anltaMe for thoaoason,
Auoa lull lins otsilk drcalars, sacqu-a and coat.
Large additiors have been maae to onr
tock ef KIovgekkeptegGoodn.
Another lot o' tba heavy Crnnh Towclipc at ten
cents porjard, exclusi vely for the reuti trade.
We ak an examloatlm o' onr ood and price,
wbl-n will o.t -oittid ib veiy lowest nati ralne, as
our m Al U qnick sales and smalt profits.
A lew half; of t hee captinj benght last srinter
for sale at old raUs.
J. M. & H. T. HOWER.
D. KENDALL k CO.
The flmt stock of
For Ladies, Misses and Gentlemen.
To be found fn the city, bonjrht Last year, and at oor-
may-0 H. P. KENDALL A OOS
I. BALDWIN k CO.,
OsFEB THIS 1)4 V:
Eleffant Mode colored Poplfns,
Mod and pcouti Bo' oalx Cloths,
Plain eninrfd k '5rf n-ulines.
8 Blsck Urenadit.ni,
., , , . Tart--r ttreadnw.
Plain tJray Moaarabfqnes,
Tartar and Mods M osamblqnes,
Lne Toliits Lace bo'.ndtt,
Bilk Mautles, Cloth tiarmeuu.
The largest and richest stock of these soods ever
exblbitea In this city,
man . i. Ba'-pwm acq.
T . G . & CO ,
Oder to-day Beautiful Styles tn
Dress Goods and
We have now in store the most oomplete assortment
Id to market which wo an aHHcg at prion we
knoto baiMMthao the name goods can tM trongt
TAYLOR. GRISWOLD & CO.,
aprt7 air Mneerlor-Ht.
TABLR LIN KN NAPKINS asd
Toweling. " he best goo is, imported at srKe
May III, VM.
BRELIi . 8 AND PARA-
rvsiv'fKi a larsn Monti.'eut of San
EUarais. which will b polri rh
AIM) a tltio a-ftortmeQ: ot Woolen shawls 'or the
P'eent Alao a sTOod utockr of ptain BlHck
tiiika, which will bs offered at Low Prices.
pr?t V.'rr. Huperior-gt. and PnUicrqBre
COP tKlUT8-AT PeB8cn
whhitist to DU'C!iaemeor mora of the be-it
soop Mi ;rw in iM city and aarn aa win po-itivfiy
atlniactiou.can oertiinijr bo mi fed Dy cailioi;
on 8. HVm K,
n-' 'rv -r w -w,,I Pnt 'lp -rjmrr
DR. LIGHTHILL DRY GOODS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
GROCB?IKS-A FULL Assort,
ruent t f
Oaa a way b I and a?
HOWER & POPE'S,
163. : : : 0fT8I0-ST : j j m.
TEA 9, of tbe fr inest Quality,
ifeleted with nra. care.
SUGARS, of every grade, COFFEE, SPICES
And everryarietT ofr nlRMruinin.tnih.i.i ...
of hniili.eMS sulft by tl-em at price teat will bear a
i.fu-vDwwiiipuiii'u vim j othbr reliable house
in tteclt", mel
Q H. LITTLE Ao.nt,
: 40 trwlu tret.
GROCER & PR0TISI05T DsEALXR
Salt, Fish, Flour, Lard, Efrgs, Hams, Shoul
ders, Beans, Soap, Candles, Ao.
A:lthe best brands Floor. Tis : 'itr Mills. Pnnerl.
cr Mills. W U-jw BHnk, bUrk ':tr, tandyvtlle
Milts, iikron Ftonraiways on band at lowest cash
JBADBI BN, WILLIAMS 4 CO
StactiO aivar, aaa Jtl 4p .llMduw-etu..
Are now reeetslus; from tiew York sad New Orleans
a lanreand oboicesappir o!
COFFKBV, SUGAEt TEAS,
TDBi AO HiAitS, It! g-vst YrMj.
MOLA88E8 AND 8YBUP8. "
Which they offer to the Trade at very tow rate.
VXilevelud man DJtao tared AxUciea at Maatihv
to ran prices.
imajyta hra nRnRM- wit.i.i km a nr,
F. B.R AI1UN,
No. 6. Atwater Building.Up Stairs)
Jfosuy tmt to England, Inland and Scotland.
PaiaaswIVk.ta to an 4 bom all aarta of Koroma
Oontlnsatal Iisnrance V. N. T. City , , SIW-
f'olnmbi. lnanrmnc Co M V ' 7 9
Bom- lDaqanos v o. Sew Mavso.. ,
Lonlla o lcurnc I o. N. .lty. 7 1 Ota
NAf-tn Am. lrn t!o. N. T t.t'T SO W'
f roTideoce w sshinstoa lus. to U. 1
Bepablic instirtiu.. oo. ft . V . t tty . S 237
ItMnlnt -nntt.ra t.o N. Y.CltT . 7
Wnsb.ingt.ialiiM.aBCi Go. N. T. City - WWS
Columbian Marin- Ins C-. N. X. Citr ,10,930
ST. England Mutual Llls lus. Co. Boston- S, ,'
mar 13-163 Mmeyor and bolicitor.
FIRE AD tfARIE
Capital and Assets, - - $200,000
No scrip Dividend. Pre fits diriied In CASH
imuni the dtock and t o: icy '.older...
rak Manue baran of atl kiri.1. Tin Bika,
Bnildins, MjrchaDdis, fori ltaie, Vwaii In Forts
and the btir class 01 risko gnoerall.
i IBKO'-Oltt. ,
Wm Hart, K. I'e'ton, AmaaaSton
P. ;hamb-r la L. 1 .-udnont i on. J. F. lvbloo
H Oairrtjnt A.J. brW, O. SkL. OtUiC
r W Pl ou, m. VS eiluoaue.
vrlCB Orlitt' Excliantro, foot of Superior it.
LQiM Ad j Little) aod Promptly pid
W & id AKT, Preal Tent.
D. O. Hrion. Stvcretary
JUDD & BN8WOTli.
911 - Sapemr-Sttv - tlh
Baw lark lA1m Iwanrwarw Coiwwsr
Amits - - - -,3s,, J4tl.07.
KW Sac la. ad PI r and larfn Imm CeV'0
CSH UAPI7AL, ... J0U,0!O.
Iirnu Iaa. Cora p 07, fFIrs mm4 mmxi;)
Oabb Capital, ... "8:200,000.
Hmv Iosnrtuow Conivmar ci Proridmoa. V. 1.
' ABU 'JArtXsUi, ... SF I ttUjKJIW'
PWPw-tlcr I w itenr1ca (tiTen to lata msec -D-.liia?
for tfcrwe or Ore ; pars, at rsdnced rxr-:.
ywftv L-;5M! voatfU and pM at h Aavucr.
J. B. COBB & (JOS.
241 Superior street
Arnold's Fluid Ink,
fox's Fluid Ink,
Maynard & Noyes Ink,
Inkstands, Pen Backs.
GOLD PENS, EAGLE PESCxlS,
RULERS, PAPER WEIGHTS,
'via vsrssy stfrvvM anaapk
And every variety of
OFFICE STATION BUT,
POET ON A THAIJS';
Th HommMee f the KA!Iroi.
tij th anthor of the "Fair Ithw." The Prtoc of
(JHAFTEK rX-THKKlM IKTHI Dau.
Alter wnitinK tlx loon h rjr.
And wl tb b Tin t r a nn at dad ;
M-wb came tna'- tbtt trrtck w mtsadMl,
And tb? trim "n w- rjt .h(d;
con p-i a 9 m- calitHi Jobaatoww,
fiiled 1'h rn f-onUrioA
bwiK th pp alt w 'ie working
iiike a lot of utny bea.
Then wecrr to f r-at trmael ;
Near w a pr t:y miw.
And wlitn il w!a-k ati mfnlsjbt,
yntck rom her 1 st-jic a tina
b.' h- i.ried, H' re pie ahonted,
And b'ore we rear bed h Upht
1 waa pt.iisT tbrmiKa window,'
la ai sH-i wniu a.l 1 tiht.
A'ter ea-nriK ib- Knat tunnel.
To a plsvc wpqalcr ly r m
(?P"U tbo bl8b-D' nitO'.iiam top.
And ere ion in trs d :ie ;
51 hut Drop) in thaiuinTwf
To this pica ttn' 93 -t rep. if
To y ro-A'Ti waters
And ita pare, fiton luou m lafn
At A! toon a we took breakup' jr"
Jt wan oqo .i k or ip -st.
?uch a ke if "TIDsT'T -jPB
1 nt-'tar Utdttvfj -rtla
All th' 'b- a
In rh- rt w "n " '(
Ai d tbvy , dinapear ;
O0.- -11 -houii .r wildly
.tn I went to pay for brar.fri,
baid the lartdlon: m u mwt harce
loo nt iJoub pi ice tVr brrart'Mi .
Foryoar hjoulu a:nl ia-K."
"1 do : t ae it, 1 Nani - d-r air :
Mat jnt 00a ge it it yon wi!L
And while rtf ; ont ft,
bQ i o Uucte aa u ibo bill.1
N.itice I-artM mn. nnd other fQ theferr.ee of
vuvir. wa. Mil 111 iu waiit of ainorr Ula keta,
"'lu"m iex.nc, ( asi iniore aud fl inrtcl r-hir e
Mi'itHT lotbios.al .ny ud Try ct-ncri-ttcb and
flue CI hm lor nar.ng &tl rkmutr wr W.
auwiiie .;sreL hi -:s in ttratjaj. wnich W
aaa mt - os j Miami priora.
I?4saa A. ..riyiAC'B TTrut-u HtU
toie Airent for the pile of Hn-'Vrated ewioti
uia..nurj, ninrrs lUwUDl-altn ITNHmt'J MtO
atrong Pa'e .1 ruiy Hwd-Trunk,
L. r . 'ornpap. riband Lnionsti.
r ropy ant for the Giaou rum
RMY CLOTH IN G 1
J oat reoelve-i a Iire aaaortaient of
ARMT PANTS, Sky Blue,
8abber IHankets & Coat?,
i Suitable for Officer ana Men
PAt. PCf HtVrrfiA (io.
XO ALL A
;tly enforce tl
WHOM IT MAY CON-
- H.ird rt Bi-alth reiinfre me to
the folkmina orillnAnn. ihan m.
slivbowifth toavutd its pei.alt-e. tnnu not riouue
.... , , ne.th C'flleer.
An uraloance toasecii an ordinanuetutiu.il "An
orinaQce to regulate ptre.tn pae-ed Jaiiunry 10th,
Be It ordained If the CMy i onnc'l nt th;. city of
u-Te'anJ, lait the rtr- sec t m of an ord nauce
passed Jaauarv IMh, e ititird "an ordi iance
t. rwsu.are Btr- t " t--so ameunt-d as to teed as
Mlows: No poraon sba-1 mru. or d;paU,or permit
tone thrown it up sited, any dirt, p. per. Sun,
swmpiuiiaur .ny t ,ie, noose, sncpor orac, or ap
asbe., sbavins, n'tliy n!.r, otiat, srra.. wood'
stoueeeartn, miusre, refuse maf er oe rnobisb oi
any kind way-e-r into ,uy , rH, iiue?"
.foimd. or pi.ee, n-d as a stre,t. l,n. alk-,
or ob(ic -.ind. Toe perQ or p.,rn. h.'-ini
r"T.K "', "',ml c! " reinis rem wbicb
any of the aore-a(.: tc ,ha 1 be rr msr ba--.-been
tbmwu ur dpol:l in a- y street, lane, a.l-
or pilfltcs;ronnd or ptce Qsml a. sui-'i as a oiesld,
sbalirfimnri 'he scroti tbere-rnni wuhm twenty-lour
ursm.vr recei- ioc knowiedgt thoreof
I aaseil June ai, leiWj, 1. U. M ASTK if,
. President of the Lonnetl
J. ft rUnatrrT, Citr 'lr. may 10:1
ITE WASH BHUsHES.-
ae for sale by
JUUiCU101j A BK HER.
IS Ui Umtarlo b4
DR. LIGHTHILL DRY GOODS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. DRY GOODS
pOR ONE HUNDRED DAYS.
GSR AT CLOSING OUT BALE
CHANGE OP BUIITXS3
tTAKk FO REST,
DhItij rtrnAA fn rhAnM tA bnnineaa to MM
xin.tva Jobbing rrade, ib Jui. bWtk wiii ta
Trw it-ek on of the iart vd beet Vrctatl ts
thrci-, n'i ai pur h-& p.m. to h.. uil.on of
ft ty p r qu'. tu t. t.-r rt Be nt dem -ions to ctoaa
o;it any iele'eu-.e t tn r--at t'ir- atvuiice in
pllCb3 1 ' - 11 i,
in a.; 9 : ti aiid 2 -priur airwet.
i 11ANQLS k i.K
ON-l. BY 1H1
A FULL LINIOs" ' "
At Hew Tort Jobbers Trices.
I. T. BHIKWOOD,
ataris M and M4 Sirperlor-St.
QPENED THIS DAY
H2W8PBIFG SI B B 0 98,
t& Plai3aod irtbit pew atyiea. .
marl!. t2 and 844 nperiertit.
1 as-. ('purred ftt
LP. 8HERWOOD8, "
Maris ?aort ?nperpr?s.
QOB8KTSI COiiSiTS I
A rPLL BTliOK OF
LADIES S COHSETS,
irtseriot In Qaaltrj aaa StjU, Jast recelTed by
marie MUH8A H. mirr A CO.
CUPISIOll QUHTY TABLE
at HIMnAN llacildt.
KM Y yiilRTINQ
(nree an-ortTent A the brnt mrea In tna
mar bet in lra mtxtyd. hrown mlxd, b'aie mlxedt
ud p.al" coiora
SjV,!) T "i--vf srt.
DR. LIGHTHILL DRY GOODS. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. DRY GOODS NOTICES.
,4 FMINITRaToR'S NOTICE-
Th m i..cribtff f.ei dnl appo'iitl Ad-
mii)iorrtor cn b- e- at 01 Ma y K. Aiafoa, lata
it ' Jev..!tf d. deccervcd. Ail p rona having 0 alma
Kita na tne etta'e are no lifted to pre -eat 'hem lor
"-yairtit. Sl.J. PBAKB.
' ie7e.and. May 21), WH. rnay2l-lM
notice for Proposal for np
pij of .ariue i hospital.
Dltrletf Cayahafftt. ( ITelawd
TOTIiJIfl U H&JiBr GIVEN
tbt ! proposal, ccom p-tnied by vroper
lFuaraD'er, a'CO'cintr to form to b (urn "bed on
anp icntlun at tbis uflice, will ba reclre therr-tt un
til 14 o' oeti. Doon- on 'ti flrst Tuesday la Jraiiwrt
lor thfnppiy o the M-srhm HodpiCal at tbia city.
witb ?be ai tl ;h ut pioTuiuu, med:cina. c . inn mi.
ratrd in t-aid lorm
Toearti' tfMauaed 'e etimtsd with re'erenm aw-theu-nal
oiimrJtjr o pa; : in ta hjpiru; ivat
Umteu aifc'ea re .rree the trterUhtiotlie mot or
.liT re 'kii rxi. " " "
1; tb article d; Iivrd at the bosiiitat are aot la
th judirm -nt of the phyici-in of the tvt qnalltr
and K'apted to ibe hoao.c I, he will beat liberty to
rejct tlit' pane, to p irrhe o her artc ea in their
s)tcad and to cba (je theconntractor with any excees
In efit over tne contract prirtw.
T..e U mied Ute: reaerrs. toe rltht to accept th
pmp i f. r the wlioUor amy portion of tu artl-
VOTICK. THEGENfcKAL OF-
fl "t o the Krie ;-ltway Vo.t and the JCri
IatlW'iy .-ifam b--at uompaoy, intbiiciry. haa been
rinoMi rom JobtL-ioa 1 larioe B ocx to the niat
H- uieof It ohn-o i (Jo,, t'ouaiffneea 01 theabom
hue, Mo. J9 KiTernret.
W. D.CUHHINa, AgenU
I'lrTf-Unrf v.r 1 4
on different iif and patterns tnclndtof
ted' l.elj ,"Jeetl'a" Arctic
f'alce," Coctaie," ' ice lop'
At Manufacturer' Prica for 0ah.
aod atr If liters.
aU iiBee.aniuble ?or .office, atoreaud hooae nsa.
: Torrey8 Four Minute J
ICE C22?AM ;
Fmni 3 to 20 joarta. All .
1 'mt-.tMl CatalosTwa. with price I'M. can bebAtt
vv. P. r' oo. H
Corner dnperlor A tene'-a at
TTTIGS AND HAIIt WO'rJK.
Wm. Cay's Sew Cstibliflhmentv
Tba i-arareac ta tna fataca.
FOR WIS WAKiNS ND UDIES' HlR DRESSINB
;t ri ni.ic ttiUAKK.
Maiinfactnrerof ail klnda of wioa. lneindln. th. J
aalebra'ed ? ";
ILLUSION W I Qm
that v reeembiea Ntnre an to defr tnrloae-t crotl- 'v
n. A rery larsreand '-mnrifni ni.rk nt LtNO Ha I 2 " .
(troiix-bt by the ropneUr 'mm sioropej v 1
FOR SWITCHES AND BRAIDS.
l ne nneat aasorxraeni erer eeen in tnla Ulty.
?iMlf Front P!riAnd HaifWlgr.
In every styif- itb all Jmproramenta.
tum or CDHLfl. made from French Ns- mj .
Uoried Halr,Cgiiaranteed.J ' A
M 4e by theadTertbwr, .ual to thorn I'pnrted.
Ladies Brnlrhi made Into any kind of P awl ri M
Bow wlthont ininry to awttch.
prrviiiliiiKT and farbionable stylea.
Aii wors warranted aa rereeetited
LL FN JONK8, J i
wtiol.sBle ana KetAtl Dealer la
Strip Vein Colnaibl.i and rtlppewa
Office oc i'J. P. a. B. PVr. Aiao. Offos and far
at Knc lid street K. K. ' .miug. iJoal of ao S.
SxoeUept Qqnaii:y, for
3 TEAM, GAB. GRATES, STOVES,
(trice or H-jTvse I'm. Alio "
AU&AClTlX&Lintrireor smaH qiwntKlav
Order respecttnlly solicited and prom airy attend
ed to. Co, tor sti; i thing keptonnetastiyon band.
r Terms, uaan.
LEVF-liANly BAZAAR At
J ths, Hetceaarran befonnc new tt- le Hooa kirtau
Ladies' Conwt Hklrt 8npporters, Cmbroiaered Hets '
and 'o;iarst new atyxurment Hoit)ry and GlnTea
kin1 o' t nitons, Trveiroa tfajrs and IfMfcets.
WrirKstanN. a larve avMortmenT. of Kans, iorr -Pins
and Ear - Inns, a Urce tot of Hair Hrnabes an
omri. Hand mi'rxr-, i toi a1! mi--i.H n. rer-
aosbalatora. KnekiaM Uomw and all articlee m-sdssl
by nr per-on. btiits, pieaes call an i took at ear
aooos. io. 361, corner byrier and FnbUc aqoara.
re x. w. i una
htftif j-yf bfw