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DAILY LEADER DAILY TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKLY
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-LIT0R8 AND FBOFRrWOM. '
S Alt ID AT. BABta 1865.
"The Day we Celebrate"
Try toe will people, u e-
- yiewxi br tbam at the ballot-box on the
' Slh of No-ember last, is consummated by
the ra iuiuguratioE of Abraham Lincoln
t at reiuetit of the United State. Four
' yn ago to-day be took hia Mat Hij po
: aition. m aurroanded by difficulties and
mfcsJTa8sment6 for which the history of
the world furnished no parallel. An arm-
' d and organized iniurrection had already
ftumed away over more than half the ter
ritory of the Stated of theFnicn; tt had
Elected a government; it had equipped an
- Army; it had (sized by force of armg
upon the forta, custom house, mints, ar-
' aenalf, and gorerament build in g through
oni the South. By the treachery of the
preceding administration the nation was
left with a depleted treasury, with an
' army to a considerable extent officered by
. traitors, with it areenali .stripped ol muni
tions of war, and sent South, by a Secretary
of War in complicity with the rebellion
1 '" with a nary scattered to the furthest aeas.
. President Lincoln reached the capital in
' disguise, and seemed after his arrival there
almost a prisoner in the hands of the reb
els. Thus, seemingly powerless, his ad-
minif tratiou commenced. It has' been
. harassed, throughout, by similar troubles,
by a mighty insurrection in the South, by
' threats of foreign intervention from abroad,
by JlcClellanism in the army, and by
copperheadUm at home. The whole ad
. ministration has been marked by most
singular tact, prudence, foresight and
wisdom. Looking back upon - it, we
find hardly an act of our Chief Ksgis-
' trate, which we could wish, in the light of
subsequent events, to have been different.
His policy has singularly succeeded in uni
ting all truly loyal men in the support of
, the Administration. Radical and conser
alive have coalesced in his support, and
" though' both factions have found some'
what to grumble at, both have been united
in the grand contest for Union and Liber
. ty. Now, as Lincoln is a second time in
augurated, the national authority is reas
serted over three-fourths of the territory
which four years ago was in insurrection.
The vital force oi the rebellion is cooped
up i Richmond, and in the army of Beau
regard, which is daily drawing nearer and
nearer to he rebel capital. The forts and
the peaces for the retaking of which the
President called out the armies of the Re
public, are, almost without exception,
again in Federal hands., The days of the
rebellion are numbered. Meantime,' the
nation has had a new birth to freedom.
The emancipation proclamation and the
enlistment of negroes in the army wore
two steps in the grand onward career, and
bow the culmination is reached by the
passage of the Constitutional Amendment
abolishing slavery throughout the United
Is not this a grand four-years' work ?
In gratitude for the wise statesmanship
whir h, urder Providence, has accomplish
ed it, tbo people have honored Abraham
Lincoln with a re-election. He is the first
President, sin oe' Jackson, to whom this
has been accorded.
We celebrate to-day not only the grand
victories over rebellion which our armies
have gained in the field, but the victory
over treason and cowardice at home which
the loyal people of the North achieved in
the re-election of Abraham Lincoln,
Without this victory, those of our armies
would have been impossible. Let us re
joice over the successes of the past which
the sscily and skill of our President have
secured to us, and over those of the future
which his inauguration to-day insures us.
The Next Administration.
f The telegraph informs us that, as the
Pros idest has decided that it is unnecessary
for lira to re-appoint the members of his
Cb:r.et who hold their offices in the new
i Administration, the only name sent in to
the Senate for confirmation will be that of
Hugh KcCullough, of Indiana, for Secre
tary of the Treasury, in place of W, P.
Tsssetiden, resigned. No other changes
will be nude. The Administration inau
gurated to-day will consist of the following
Prtttnttl bus uf Lisoolu, of Illinois.
- Vice Prettdesf Afcnaaw Jonas , of 1'ennes.M.
Beoretorp ej state Wiluas H. Sawann, of &ew
8tvtarf Of th Trtatv f HCQS McCULLOTTG. of
Lrrmlmrj -tf Warlsmut M. tXA-ZOI, of FuB
tarnory of 04 JTaty-GiDcoa Wsxlis, of Oon-
fa-star, of tie Interior Jom P. Clin, of In
di?. . , : .
Attorney-Oenrral Jamfb Pfud, of Keninokv. "
- , Fambnattr- tienerai W iub Dinnti, ot Ohio
It will bo seen that the new Cabinet will
contain two members from Indiana
.Messrs. MeUullougu and Usher, it is
probable, however, that this geographical
contretemps will be avoided by the resigna-
' tkm of Mr. TJsher at an early day,
Mr. Freeman Clark, of Hew York, will
probably be appointed Comptroller of the
Treasury in place of Mr. McCullough. ,
New Jersey on the Amendment.
The Democratic majority ia the New
Jersey Aisembly has defeated the bill rati
fying ' the Constitutional " Amendment
Thus the three doubtful States New Jer
tey, Kentucky and Delaware the consent
of one of which was necessary for the im
mediate legalization of the anti-slavery
amendment, have severally stultiled the Ba
sel ves by rejecting it. Its adoption is by
thii means postponed for a time but only
for a time. Factious opposition can only
hinder the grand march of the nation on
ward to Liberty it can never entirely
prevent it. The question of abolishing
slavery by constitutional means is by this
action referred back from the Legislatures
of New Jersey, Kentucky and Delaware
to the people of these States. In a parti
san view, it is pnrnaps not to be regretted
that this is the care for the coming can
vasses in these States will be made square
ly on this issue, and the party which es
pouse the cause of slavery in this day and
generation is doomed to certain and entire
defeat. Had the Democratic party quietly
consented to the adoption of the amend
ment, they might have retained, at least in
those States above mentioned, their grasp
cn power but in championing slavery
they sacrifice alike their party and their
Beoruiting goes on rather slowly in
Pennsylvania. The sen prefer oil to gun-powder.
A Panic In Richmond.
Bats leave a sinking ship, and the Soions
of the Southern Confederacy teem to be
as wise in this respect a the rodent ver
min. The members of the Senate and
House of the Confederate Congress have
been slipping off one by one until there is
now barely a quorum Xot transacting busi
ness. They have done it very quietly. Like
the Arabs, they "silently steal away."
But the fact has leaked out that
the valiant law-makers cf the Confederacy,
trembling at Sherman's approaching col
umns, have skedaddled. The Richmond
papers are at last compelled to allude to
the matter, and are loud in their attacks
upon the fugacious congressmen,'and In
calls upon General Lee to bring them back
by military force. But that General has
all he can do to attend to Grant and Sher
man, without running the Confederate
Congress, and that body will probably be
left to fly to pieces from the centrifugal
force supplied by our army, thereby setting
an example which will soon be followed
by the whole Confederacy.
Military Affairs in the Carolinas.
We reluctantly refuse to give much cre
dence to the reports in yesterday after
noon's telegraphic dispatches of the union
ofSchofleld with Sherman, at Goldsboro,
North Carolina. That place is sixty miles
due north of Wilmington, and about forty
five . northeast of Fayetteville, so that
Sherman would have had to pass one or
both of the latter places to reach it. Had
Sherman and Scnofteld united, they would
have done so long before either reached
Goldsboro. That place is also far out of
Sherman's line of march, iij as seems o be
generally agreed, his destined object is
Raleigh. We discredit the report, and
yet have little doubt that the two armies
under Sherman and Schvfield will soon
effect a junction, if indeed they have not
already done so.
The Prayer meeting To-day.
The prayer-meeting at the Second Pres
byterian Church, commencing at half-past
eleven this morning, the hour which cor
responds with noon at Washington, is a
most appropriate one, and should be uni
versally attended by the religious com
munity. The dangers from which we
have been providentially preserved as a
natiop, during the last four years, should
call for national gratitude and praise, and
the dangers which still threaten us, though
by no means as terrible as those which we
have survived, still suggest the necessity
of humiliation before God and supplication
for his continued mercy. .
Death of Cardinal Wiseman.
Cardinal Wiseman, Archbishop of West
minster, and the highest ecclesiastical dig
nitary of the Roman Catholic Church
England, died on the 15th of February,
He was born in Seville, in Spain, of Eng
lish parents, came to England in 1835, and
was made Bishop in 1 840. When the Pope!
in 1850, restored tbe English monarchy,
Dr. Wiseman was appointed Archbishop
of Westminster, and railed to the dignity
of a Cardinal. By his circumspect cen
duct he did much toward allaying the vio
lent opposition which the restoration by
the Pope of English hierarchy produced
A Merited Compliment.
resentatives have elected the Hon. C. W.
Babcock, one of the Representatives from
this county, their Speaker pro tern. The
compliment is well merited. Mr. Bibcock
is not only one of the most popular mem
bers of the House, but-is an accomplished
parliamentarian and an excellent legisla
tor. He was a -leading candidate for the
Speakership of the present House, on the
resignation cf its former presiding officer.
He will fill his temporary office with abili
ty and success.
New York Town Elections—Union
The town meetings have been held thus
far in New York in only the few counties
given below. They show a Union gain
over the immense preponderance of the
same party last year :
..18 S 16 6
S 7 S t
7 13 4
..13 10 13 12
t 4 4 4
8 8 !
4 S 4 S
..14 S 12 7
..17 8 16 7
93 60 81 64
0ego (1 town) ...........
m d'k mery
Jeflen a (but 1 toso).
The result last year stood about four
Union to one Democrat, and will be about
the same this spring.
Additional light is thrown upon the
movements of tbe European rebel rams, by
a private letter received in Washington
from London. The French rebel ram
Olinde, or Stonewall, intended to play
havoc with New York, was badly injured
in her voyage through the Bay of Biscay,
and is supposed to be a failure, one was
at Ferrol, Spaio, at last accounts, watched
by the United States frigate Niagara, and
a French war steamer. Three new rebel
iron clads were preparing in England to
capture some blockaded port, with a view
to complicating the foreign relations of our
Government, and lesding to recognition ;
but the' Federal occupation of the coast
cities appears to have spoiled this pro
gramme, and it is not yet known what
coarse, will be adopted by the Confederate
For seven days past the Treasury has
been paying over to the pay department
two millions of dollars per day for the pay
ment of the armies in the field! The Army
of the Potomac will be paid off during the
present week, and all our armies will be
paid as fast as the money can be counted
out, and the paymasters reach the troops.
The large sales of seven-thirties makes
everything brisk at the Treasury, and en v
bles the Secretary to liquidate the immense
debt of nearly two hundred millions due
the soldiers and sailors.
The last act of Gov. Johnson, before
leaving Nashville for Washington, to as
sume the duties of the Vice Presidency,
was to issue his proclamation declaring
Tennessee a free State in accordance
with the act of the recent State Con
vention, and the vote of the people ratify
ing it, on rhe 23d ult.
Wendell FMliips, in his lecture at
Brooklyn, New York, eulogised Gen. Sher
man as the prince rf democrats and the
noblest of our generals.
A Letter from Captain Beall.
The Richmond Sentinel publishes the
subjoined letter from Beall, who was execu
ted as a pirate and spy on .Saturday last
It says: lr
The following letter, received by flag Vf
truce, will show the spirit of the above gal
lant young Confederate soldier, who lies
under sentence of death in a Northern
prison, of which notice has been lately pub
lished. The sentiments he expresses in this
farewell to his brother are such as will in
spire a universal respect and sympathy.
To an unblenching manliness as to his own
fate he exhibi's a chivalrous tenderness for
his captive foes that is solicitous, even in so
trying an hour, lest the severity denounc
ed against him might be retorted by his
outraged kindred. To hang such a man,
on such a charge as that under which he
has been convicted, would be an enormity
which we will not credit in advance even
of such enemies as ours:
FORT LAFAYETTE, Feb. 14, 1865.
Deab Will: Ere this reaches you, you
will most probably have heard of my death
through the newspapers that I was tried
by a military commission and hong by tbe
enemy; and hung, I assert, unjustly. It
is both useless and wrong to repine for the
past Hanging, it was asserted, was igno
minious ; but crime only can make dis
honor. Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord,
and I will repay ; tnerefore, do not show
unkmdnets to prisoners. They art help
Remember me kindly to my friends.
Ssv to them that I am not aware of com
mitting any crime against society. I die
tor my country.
No thirst for blood or lucre animated me
in my course; for I had refused, when so
licited, to engage in enterprises which
I deemed to be destructive but illeei
imate; and a few months ago I had
but to have spoken, and I would have been
red witn trie blood and ricn with the plun
der of the toe. But my hands are clear of
blooa, unless it be spilt in conflict, ana not
a cent enriches my pocket, should you be
spared through this strife, stay with moth
er and be a comfort to her old age. Endure
the hardships of the campaign as a man.
In my trunk and box you can get plenty
of clothes. Give my love to mother ; the
girls, too. May God bless you all, now and
evermore, is my prayer and wish tor you.
JOHN T. BEALL.
Unionism at Camp Chase—A Good
Specimen of Rebel Truthfulness.
It will be recollected that recently
large number of the rebel prisoners at
Camp Chase refused to be exchanged, hav
ing had enough service in Jef Davis' ar
mies. The Richmond Examiner is re
sponsible for the following impudent per
version of facts :
From some of our prisoners recently re
turned from Camp Chase, we hear that the
Yankee authorities are using all means
tbe vilest deception, of course, and some
times actual violence to Induce or con
strain our nrisonera to take the oath of al.
legiance. When one lot of prisoners were
sent off from Camp Chase the remainder
were told that there was no prospect
a general exchange, that they had been
left in tbe lurch, and that no other means
remained for their extrication from prison
than to swear allegiance to the Yankee
Government. This ingenious deception
is, ot course, not without some enact.
The few hundred prisoners recently re
turned from damp tibase, before their de
parture, were drawn up in a line, and each
was required, when his name was called,
to Bay "Yes, it he desired to be exchanged,
and "No," if he preferred to remain in the
JNortn. uut ot the three hundred men one
answered "No." One of his comrades un
dertook to rebuke him. He was singled
out by the Provost-Marshal, placed in irons
before the eyes of the other prisoners, and
it was announced before them that for his
temerity he would be kept in irons until
the close ot the war. We have been prom
ised the name ot this unfortunate person
ss it has been suggested that the circum
stances of the outrage furnish grounds for
some sort of retaliation.
Tennessee Constitutional Election.
We gather the following scattering re
turns of the recent Constitutional election
in that State:
Knox Co. The vote of Knox county is
2,500 for the Constitution unanimous. '
Ue- lord uo. About ibou lot the Con
stitution, and 12 against. -
Wilson Co. JTor Constitution, 838, and
against, 1. ' i
.Lincoln uo. uver i.ouo votes lor thi
Sumner Co. Gives about 100 votes for
the Constitution. The Sumnerites are Se-
Rhea Co. For Constitution, 373, against,
Davidson Co. (Northville) Constitu
tion, 1,782: against 4.
Robertson Co The vote of ttpringneld
unanimous tor Uonstituuon. ;
"Williamson Co Town of Franklin, 450
for Constitution : none against it. i
Conee Co. Tuilahoma, 307 lor Consti
tution ; none against it. i
Local Matters at Washington.
Wheeling Intelligencer says a friend
at Washington City, a gentleman who en-
joys first-class facilities for information,
gives it the following : I
'The Secretary of War is much incensed
against Uenerals Urook and ielley, and
certainty will not do any thing towards a
special exchange of either of them. ; If
they can retain their commissions it wiu be
more than the present aepeclof affnirsleads
me to expect. i
Tbe bill providing for the arming of two
hundred thousand negroes, as before stated.
was lost in the rebel senate on the Elst
instant by a majority of one. The Tote
stood ten in favor, to eleven against the
Dill. Ihe .Richmond ixntincl says: 1
Those who voted for an indefinite post
ponement of the bill, which amounts; to
its defeat, were Jklecsrs. .Baker, .Barnwell.
(Japerton, Uarland, Graham, Hunter, John
son, of Georgia, Johnson, of Missouri,
Maxwell, On and Wigfall. '.those Who
voted in the negative were Messrs. Brqwn,
Burnett, Haynes, Henry, Uidbam.Bemmes,
bimms, vest, walker, ana Watson. J
lhe killed and wounded by railroad ac
cidents since New Year's, already figures
up a total of six hundred and two! sixty-
one deaths, and the rest wounded and
maimed. The accidents last week alone
added eight to a total of forty-five during
the year. ' ,
The Freedmens Fair opened in Detroit
on Wednesday. It was very largely at
tended, and the hall presented a most bril
liant appearance. A concert and tableaux
were given in the evening. The receipts
for the first day were $1,600.
A Washington correspondent furnishes
info:mation that will disappoint the vast
tribe of office-seekers who are waiting for
new deal of the .Federal pack., in a con
versation with an intimate personal friend;
the President said nearly these words, a
few days since: J
1 have made up my mind to make very
few changes in the offices in my gift for my
second term. . The fact is, I think I will
not remove a single man, except for good
and sufficient cause. . It creates a great
deal rf dissatisfaction and grumbling to
make changes. To remove a man Is very
easy, but when I go to fill his place, there
twenty applicants, and of these I must
make nineteen enemies : j
Who steals .Jeff. -Davis' ; pnrse, ., steals
Generals Crook and Kelly in Richmond.
[From the Richmond Enquirer.]
Tbe Yankee Generals Crook and Kelly,
and the Adjutant General of the former,
Thayer Melvin, arrived in Richmond yes
terday morning, at two o'clock, by the
Central cars. . As previously stated, these
officers were captured in Cumberland, Ma
ryland, on Tuesday last, by Lieutenant
McNeill and thirty men. From one of the
men engage) in this dashing and brilliant
enterprise, we learn the following inci
dents of the capture : 1
The party crossed the Potomac in front
of the town at a late hour on the night of
the event, and, capturing the only sentinel
to be seen, induced him to divulge the
The main body of the detachment was
then posted in a convenient position, and
the Lieutenant commanding, with several
of his men, boldly rode into the town,
which was garrisoned by over 400 Union
The headquarters of General Crook were
at one hotel, and those of Kelly at another,
and, their locations being duly made
known by the captured sentinel, the daring
partisans made their way to those of tbe
former, arriving just in front of which the
Lieutenant halted, and inquired of the
sentinl if the General was in. Receiving
an affirmative reply, he said he had im
portant dispatches to him, and dismount
ing, followed by his men, advanced to the
sentinel, gave the countersign, and passe1,
in. Upon entering the hotel, the squad
was received by an old negro woman, who
it appears was the "night clerk" of the es
tablishment, and upon making known
their desire to be conducted to the room of
General Crook, the oid domestio looked 'at
them with a kind of humorous suspicion,
and remarked, "Well, you all is de strang
est soldiers, I declar you you you must
take de light ye'selves, and go fust; I'll
pint the room out to you. I won't curry
you dar, though, no how." It did not
make any difference to our bold cavaliers
which method the old woman prelerred.
They took the light and tbe lead, and in a
moment or two were in front of the door,
where the old woman hastily left them.
- After several ineffectual responses from
within, entrance was obtained, and the
viators were ordered to enter.
"Is this Gen. Crook?" asked tie Lieu
tenant, holding the light so as to give him
a full view ot the General, as he looked
drowsily at them from his bed.
"Yes, what do you want ?" was the reply.
"I," said the Lieutenant, "am General
Bosser," and drawing a pistol and present
ing it added: "I have some very important
Business with you, ueneral Crook, and will
give you precisely two minutes to get up
ana put on your clothes.
The bewildered General did not know
how to replv. and did not dare to resist.
He saw at a glance that it would be as use-
lees as dangerous to escape by raising an
alarm, and he did not stop to solve the
mystery of so unexpected a call. He obeyed
at once, and a gentle suggestion of the
propriety of keeping quiet being whisper
ed in his ear, he passed out with his escort
as mute as a mummy. On their egress,
the party persuaded the sentinel on duty
to follow them, by inducements similar to
those summitled to the General, and mak
in their prisoner mount behind them, rode
back to the main body.
In the meantime a second detachment
rode up to the quarters of General Keller.
wben a similar scene occurred, and that
omcer was, in due lime, under guard.
But tne party was not content. Ascer
taining the quarters of the Adjutant Gen
eral they gave him a passing call, found
him in bed with his wife, who happened,
puy mm, ye Benedicts i; to be a blush
ing oriae ana as peremptorily but as
quietly as possible, uuder the circumstances,
succeeded in "mutating" him from a bliss.
ful bridegroom into a miserable poor devil
of a prisoner, This capping the climax of
the night's sport, the rendezvous was re
gained, and, with their prisoners riding be
hind them, the command recrcesed the
river, and sped away through Hampshire.
By some means the affair was discovered
soon after they left, and a whole regiment
pursued inem to no purpose tor City miles.
Upon being presented to General Early
at his headquarters in the Valley, the pris
oners were received with the homely but
no doubt acceptable greeting : "lake seats,
gentlemen, I presume you are tired after
your iide;" and then added the hero of
brilliant victories and stunning defeats,
with an intensification of that fine-tooth
comb peculiarity of his enunciation, "I ex
pect some enterprising Yankee will be
stealing off with me in the same way one
of these days."
Whether the prisoners relished the joke
or noi, cur iniormant laiied to danosa.
They were doubtless in no humor for 1okm.
They are now in tbe Libby Prison, where,
it is hoped, they will be kept until our gal
lant men arrested by them as "puerrillaa"
and confined in chains and dungeons on
tush prowuso, are re-easea.
The People's Bonds.
While Congress was debating the policy
of restricting tbe issue of the sew Govern
ment bonds to sums not less than one hun
dred dollars, and knocked back and forth
the shuttlecocks of ancient argument
against and in favor of fifty-dollar bond?,
tbe needlewomen of the Northern and
Western villages, cities and towns, and
the mechanics and apprentices of thrifty
habits and patriotic faith stepped forward
and settled the question authoritatively,
in favor of both issues. Thirteen hundred
and fifty ot them carried their li ttle earn
ings to Jay Cooke's agencies, and boueht
fifty-dollar bonds, and eighteen hundred of
them bounght ene-hudred-dollar bonds. A
telegram communicating this important
fact to the proper committee in Washing
ton was accepted as a decision of the point
under discussion. The provision in the
bill authorizing the issue of the small
bonds was retained.
What novelties in finance does this war
give legitimate birth to ! How it uncovers
to sight the broad, deep, eternal founda
tions ot the American democracy the love,
faith, industry and intelligence ot the peo
ple 1 In the monarchies of Europe, war-
ioant are taken by wealthy houses and
combinations ol bankers. Jn the mon
archies of Europe tbe people hoard and
hide tbeir earnings in times of war. In the
American Republic, it is the people who
take the war-loana of their Government.
In the height of war the humblest Ameri
can womei and men those who customa
rily eat the daily bread of daily labor
with a brave joy and generous confidence.
bring all they have and lend it to their
country. 'Tis wise as well as noble bank
ing. jr. 1 . Tribune.
Secesh Ghosts Foreshadowed.
"When General bhorman's army occupied
BavannaD tne citir-ens plead oa starvation
and asktd to be fed. Amongst other ap
plications, several ladies called upon the
Provost Marshall of the Western District
and unfolded a horrible story of suffering
and woe. The gallant General, im
pressed with the tale, seated himself to
write the order of supplies. While so en
gaged, some remark was made about the
termination of the war, whereupon one rf
the stifleriD g supplicants opened upon the
General sa follows: "This war won't be
terminated until yon kill all the men, and
then we women will light you, and if you
kill all of us it won't be ended then, for
wo'll come back as ghosts to haunt von."
This sanguinary oration, delivered with all
the venom of a Southern female beggar.
quite appalled the General, who quietly
tore op the order he was writing, saying
if such be the case, I think you might as
well die of starvation, as then your ghosts
may be too weak to come back and haunt
us." And he coolly, but politely, bowed
discomfited lady mendicant into the
strettt. . .11
Ionch draws blood sine it bas
Inst ita Leech.
U. S. 7-30 LOAN !
By authority of the Secretary of th Tnarary,
tht nnderiigned has ssnuned to General Snbeerip
tlon 4 geacy for the sale of United Statu Treasury
Hotel, bearing aeren and three tenths per cent. In
terest per annum, knows aa the
These Notes are tuned nnder cats of August 1Mb,
1S64, and an payable three yean from that time,
in currency, or are oonrertible at the option of the
17. 8. 5-20 six Per Cent.
These Bon-la sra now s-orth s premium of nine
per cent , including gold intsreet fiom November,
which makes the actual profit on the 7-30 Loan, at
current rates, Including interest, about tea per
oent. per annum, bea'dea its exemption from Stat
sad manidpnl (suites, ickich nddt from one to Or
per cent, nun, according to the rate levli d on other
property. Tte lntercat is payable seml-aunu illy
by coupons attacntd to each note, which may be
cut off and sold to any bank or tan tor.
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on a 850 note.
Two) cents " 9100
Ten " " " 8300 "
20 61O0O "
81 mm 85ouo "
fiotes of ail the denominations named wiU be
promptly fornlihed neon receipt of inbacrlptlona.
THE 0XLY LOIN IN MARKET
now offend by tbe Gorerament, and It ii confident
ly expected Utat its mperior advantage, witi mako
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE PEIPLE.
Leu than $200,000,000 ztmain onioM, which will
robably be disposed of within the next aixty or
ninety day, when th note will undoubtedly com'
mand a vrtmiiim. aa has cnirormlr been the caae on
clofting the fubacrlptions to other Lean.
In order that cltlaena of Tory town and lection
of th c:natiy may be affcrded fncHitlca Tor taking
the Loan, the National Banks State Banka and
Private Bankers throughout the coon try have gen
erally agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Bub
oribers will select the.r own agents, In wh'.m they
have confidence, and who only axe to be repoasi
ble for the drliveiy of tite n 'ei for which they re-
A Y (IOKE,
Subecr n nt, Philadelphia.
fnb.Krip.Ions will r cut; j
First National Bsnfe levelavd, and
Second Actional Bank ot Cleveland.
DAVIS PEIXGTTO & CO.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Ilefrant Styles of Children and Youth's Clothing
Splendid ss8ortment ol iJlotbs. CaasimvrM and
Testings, for Ctutom Trade, at Beaeonable Prices.
da.1 ia, piiiicorro oo.t
nolO Go. Wstor and Superior eta.
WE WILL SELL, FUR THE
Thirty Days, oni heary stock of SUBTOUT
OVKBOOATd and 6A( K OVKBCOATd, at COST.
A large stock of Basil' ws Saits, English Walking
uoais, oaca uoats, uu ;k r rocs uoau, ana ancy
Uas-imere rants and vests, at greatly rednoed
prices, we win give reat bargains in Under uar
ments and Gnts' Fan isLiinK (taxis.
Oar Cos torn DepaxU ent is now complete in every
particular. o. nian,
deolA 168 fine- trior St.. opposite Bank si.
Christmas and New Tear's at Union Hall.
Those who want Presents should srlve Uti a oall
We bavs Clothing f jt rich, and Clothing for poor
All should oome to as and Bargains seta re :
We have Clothing for Boys, and Clothibg for Men
many more stales than i ll now try to pen ;
Coats, Overcoats, Pants, Jackets and Tests,
All oar own make and sural v the best.
We hare Hearts and Scarf Pins, Keck Ties and
Shirts. Gloves and Collars. Susoendera and Hata.
Ball Uoee and Handkerchieis, Wrappers and iraw
Blade out of Silk, Wool, Merino or Cause ;
And many more things that are useful and nloe.
Which for these times we'll sell at a very low pries.
Aud then for the lad'ue, Ood bltas the dear creatures,
And grant that no sorrow my sra mar their tua
The present for the a which will give them most
And be in each household a blessing and Iroasure,
Is a 8 W I IS Q MACHINE' cte of b LIS GEE'S, yon
Is ahead of all other Machines ms de to to sew.
It is simple. It Is handcme, and easy to run"
And by far the best ttewlug Machine under the sun.
Tnen all who want Presents to UNION BALL hie,
Weil we know, that when there jovru not lau to
Tor the sifts that are valued and priced most of all
Are those tiiai are parenssea at oar isaneo unius
ISAAC A. ISAAC'S U5I05 IALb,
Sol. Agent for th. sale of Dinger's Celebrated Sew
ing Hsoslnes, Storr'a Antomsaos Preeimaa,
and strong's (stent Aral Bed-Trunk.
Oorner Superior and Unton-stS)
mw Look nt &r the OlsnUWM decs!
gran and gaits.
IKON AND NAILS.
CLEVELAND. BROWN & CO.,
no. zv ana 6i a c ruin street,
, a. OLKTYLAHD, SjBOWM, SOS MILL M CO.
CleTeiand, O. Yonngstown, O.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
Bar, Boiler, lloop & Sheet Iron,
HOT AND COLD PRESSED NUTS AND WASHERS1
tag na bp ring meet, uuss. c.
Iron liealers, Kailroad and Mining Companies,
Bhip and Brtdg builders, Machinists and Mann-
Cactarers, who desire a quality of Iroa that will
glT entire satisfaction, are respectfully rrq&eted
to fiTor tu with their orders, which shall always
oommand onr prompt and careful attention.
Refer to Business Men and Bankets generally."
aec'aV : s8
1 BOH AND NAHi WAiJH0USE3
Kcs 81, 61, 65 67 1 OLE VKL AHD, f Nos 9 Aft. 97 a
Hirer Btreet. J uaiu. tao on toe jjock
Wholesale Ageooy for the caie of
BBoeMbersrer's Joalala 9alI.
Bamute mads Hursrshoes, Vhoenbtrger's Common
aud Juniata Sheet lroa, Mboenberxer1. B. Q. Sheet,
made from Juniata Iron, bhoeabergT's Juniata
Ifoiaor riate. Janiata Ant square and Hexagon.
Alto Bar Iron.Winiow Glass, Kxtra Bert a Grin
atones, c, at Manufacturer prices. fcbll
Steam to and from the Old Country.
I Wwrnss4wsisisshnrlf 4m flf stsim.
sm nfthsi a Una. OR I.T ME Htnam.Ms.'
hinsi uumvftKi a miAi.Enn. as
are Intended to sail fortnightly to and from Mew
York, carry. og pwteogers to and from Liverpool,
Glasgow, BetfoM, thtblin, Waierford, Cork, Umcrvk,
Onlurvf or Lomdcmderrp, These Ttssels were built
pec.aiiy for the Atlantio trade, aie divided into
water and air-tight compartments.
B&TE Olf PASSAGE.
From Hew York to any of the eboTe placet :
Oafcin 1180 and 4U0O; btoerace 845, payable la
To Kew York from any of the a bore places :
Cabins 5 and S0: gteorage $a6t parable in gold
equivalent In American currency.
Those who wish to send for their friends can bay
tickets at these rates from the A gents.
f&AftUib M ACf ONALU A lO,.
Jao9:ltS fi Bow ling Green, N. Y.
jt aad gart
1 1 1
Dr. J. Jt. BfrCflnooIl".
EYE & EAR INFIRMARY,
333 Superior Bt.. sjieveian-, u. :
febx-ns " '
WOOLEN Bl.fi fUlxti-a i'SW
nair of vvrv ohoto. Woolea Blankets ulU be
c. rsiws, cTBiowv v m w
A Hew nnel 6 rest laveatioat Us
THI DUPLIX XLLTTXIC (or DOUBLl) 8TEl
WESTS', KBADLET at CAST. ,'
(uti j. lu.s. wsrrj
97 CHAMBERS 8TEEKT, HIW YOBS',
Are the owners of the patent, and the exoluslTt
manufacturt re of this.
J. W, BBADLKT'S
PATENTED ELLIPTIC DUPLEX STEEL
Ti ll fnTentios eonaiata of Dnplx (or two) f H'p
tl 1 Steel Ppri gt, ingen'outly biaided tightly and
fi roily toge her cdtre to eege, making the toughest,
most elastic, flexible sod Salable tpring ever used,
eoabtiog the wear r, Is coassqueaos of Ita great
elasticity and fieiib eneea, to place and fold the
ikirt shea in U9e a ee.ily and with the same eon
Tenlence aa a Ilk or nualin dress. It entirely ob
Tiatea and aileocs ths saly objections i.Hoop
Skirts, via: the snnoysnoe to the wesrerss veil
aa tbe public, especially in crowded aaeembllef, ssr.
riagea, railroad cars, eharcn pews, or In say crowd
ed p'aoe, trom the d'fflonley of contracting them to
cccupy a amil tpace. Ihis entirely remoTes the
difficulty, wbile it girrs Hie ikirt the nraal foil and
ymetrlcal form, aid la the lightest snd most atyl
iih and graceful appnarancs lot ths afreet, opera,
promenade, or house drees. A lady having enjoyed
the pleatnre comfort and great cosTealeaoe of
wi aiing the Dnplez Illlpuo Bprieg Skirt for s ns
gle day, will tent sl'tarward willingly dispense
with the nee of them. Thy sre tbe brat quality is
CT.ry part, and by far the light. t, mom d arable,
comforable snd economical skirt made. Mer
chant, will be mpplled as acoTe, snd by Cleveland
Jobb ra. and ladies tn meat first-clee. rstsil etores
in thi city snd throughout ths different States.
sVsr Inquire for ths
Duplex Klllptle Spring; Skirt. ;
JBSDALL & CO.
A fall line of the celebrated
J. W.Bradley's Duplex Elliptic
The meet durs la Hoop Skirt msnofastnnd. Also,
THE JLA. PJETITK &JM.1KT,
With s full sawrtment
MISSES' U0 0P SKIRLS,
At the lowest market prices.
fotilS KENDALL A OO.
Q L O SI N G
Munfavcturer and Dealer la
HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS.
AJSV JfAJSVY irUUViS.
No. 140 Water Street
I wjold repetfally Inform -ay old patrons and
the public gQerally, thtt I am about clotlng oot
mj entire itoook at great1 t reduced price. Toe
expiration of the lease under which I have taken
my present estaMiihment- on the let of April neat,
renders it Beceevarj that mj present Stock should
d disposed or Daio'e tna. tuna, itau ana exam
Ine, if jom would save b per eent. )a.W:li3
a vn '
The largest awsortmert and bjst styles in thfs city, !
BilLLlAtt UJTIT JiKliUW tUSI.
Ladies Woo'en sn4 Fancy Oow'a, Oent'a Fumiah.
Ug Ooods st Uost.
KAUfMAN a BBO.,
feU No. U Public Square, near Court Hons.
TNO. G. JENNINGS' REAL ESTATE
CtTT FB0FIBTT FOB SAXS.
B antlDgton Street Haass snd Lot, S3,000.
Greenwood Street Houm snd Lot,
Lake Street House and Lot, II.S0O.
tk'ovlll Street House and Lot. S2.WJ0.
Lake Street, near Kris Jour Brick Dwelling!,
hear Vineyard Street House, Saloon snd Lease
os Oaual, S1,2U0.
Perrj Surest Two Hootea and Lota, 12,500
W'ileon Arenas Large Brick House snd Tire
Profoect Btreet Brick Honse and Lot. $7,000.
Proep.ct ttreet Two-atorj firiok Honss sod
Lot, Sb leet front, (8,9(W.
Proepect street Iwo-atory Frame House and
Lot. So.tf 0.
frospoct street lJi aterr frame House and
Huron Street VA story Frame Honse, $3,100.
linck Hout, known as Ihe "Btiliman House,'
on Colambua atreet.
Gojd Hi nee and Lot. No. 149 Lake it.
Cottage Home Mo, 131 BU Clair at. Lot 6xl 6S
Vacant Lot between Rirer snd Canal, near City
Vacant Lot on old riTsr bed, near Pontoon
Bridge Srat rate ior Dock or Manufacturing.
Vaunt Lot on Euclid street, luuxsuo feet. .
Vsc&nt Lot on Proeoect etieet. 60x200 feet.
Vacant Lot on Clinton street, uu Kantuokr.
JTAKIIS sJfS OUT PSOPBBTT.
S3 Aarea of line Frutt Land sdjoialag Brsten
ahl'a, two mil a. from tte city, on lbs Lakeehm.
6ereral good Farm, of from 40 to too s res, to
20 milee from the city.
A lard, and nice eton. House, Stone Barn, and
20 acres Weil cultivated land, wi'h great yariecy of
f rutt,7miieetrmtnecity,on mctiarsu rtoaa.
can be bought lor lass tnsn tne value oi in. Du.m-
lugi. . JuuS G. JfctiNlHus,
Real Vstste snd Inaursnoe Agent,
OM Alwator Bslldrof.
DjSOIiUTION NOTICE. The firm
of Andrews, Clark tt Oo. la tela dsy dissolved
by Butnal oocaent. All persons indebted to tbe
Arm are requested to make immediate settlement
at ths offloe of Clark a Bocae eiier.
M. B. CLABK.
JOBS D. JtOCKt'ELLU,
MSUIU AB UBS WO, -JAMBS
February sd. 1869. . fcbt:
-WABTNEBSHIP NOTICE. Ths
usdenignrd, hsvtng purchased the entire in
tereet of ANDBKWS, OLA UK. A) CO. in the "Ex
celsior Oil Work.," and all .took of Barrel i. Oils,
Ac - will continue the bnnncas of ths lata nrra un
der th. name of BOCKIfJCLLEIs ANDREW.
JOHN D. BUO&IFKLliUI,
EXAMINATION OF TEACHEBd lor
Onvabiga County, will be held at Cleveland,
at the Court Bouse, B.om No. 4, 3d story, eommn
ciog at 10 a. as follows : March 4th and 18th ;
April 8th and Ibth ; May 6th and SUih, and Juns
3d; st Ben-a, April 'Oi, and at Warrentville
Center. March 26th. Commencing st this last place
atss. m , ana cl.sing at a r. a.
FrblT:20 " Clerk of Bxaminer.
NOTICE. Having sold out our entire
tock or (bippewa Coal, at Senses-street
Yard, we have cloeed it for th teason. Any orders
for Haid Coal will be attended to promptly by
leaving the same at onr USic, No. $ Johnson's
marine Blocs, loot or mver street.
ieuita iiantiai ta&sf osu a sun.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. The Firm
of C. A. Wi liard a Co.. of Bellevue, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
iMOPARTNERHIP NOTICE. The un-
V J denlcned having purchased the interest of ths
old arm of C. A. Will'ard A Co., will continue bust, I
nest at ttieo.d sun. sua under tne sssu name.
C. A w lLliAKD,
February 10, less. LtxcitflJ A. s. au i n.
VTOTICE. Notice is hereby given that
XI tne ubcrioer win apply to tns city louneii
of lbs iry of Cleveland, on tbe 14th Invtant, tor
license to .re. t and keep up a slaughter House on I
Case avenue tn said oUy, between Kinsman nd
Croton strMts. JOHN 8CB.DLTZE.
March 1st, 18 m):l3
UPPEK MINB KOTIOXa The An-
V nnal Meet in r oi to irone KocK miDing uom
paDT will te t eld at the office of the Comcanr. No.
316 Proftpect street, on Taesdar, Hch 14tb, 1866. I
and a ste Ul meetinc of said CompaDy will take I
niavTA nn TumHat. Mavrrh 2Sth.lX.-i rkM ibmI I
meetiDe is called for tbe purpose or leYTing aa as-
seflfmout on tbe stock of the Company. I
it S B I O A N LEG.
This is tbe best Artificial Leg
ev-r Patented, for DBSasixlTT,
iMruciTT and Acnvirv. Gov-
ernment has adopud this Lee into
tbe Armj snd ftavjr. This la a
recommendation to th. Limb, ss
Government gives to the Soldier
uons but the best,
bend for s Pamphlet. t
AMIB1CAN LEO OO.,
OAFKB COLLARS I PAPER COL-
LABS I Gray'e Patent Moulded OoUara the I
ost tbfng in use. Also. rrined rntper oollars
new tjle. J. H. DsWITT A CO-
"XT E W" bILKiciTlA:Taffa
il Groe Grain Bees.. Barathea. Pikln Bess.. Ac..
just recsived bj HOWBB A HieBIB.wbo k.v
.so received a ebotce aeuctisB ot Jrlsia sad Fig-
area buss in nsnasoms coiorv, sc
ZebU 239 SUPXBIOB ST.
JIEXR OP 0 L ITA N
GIFT BOO K STORE 1
PIBMANI5TLT LOCATED AT ' ' ?
L'jr iiS-tSspcrlor Street, CleTeiand, Ohio.
ALL BOOXS ARE SOLD AT PUBLISHERS' PRICES.
SEND FOR A CATALOGUE.
CATALOGUES MAILED FBE5 TO ANT ADDRESS.
BUT IOCS PHOTO GBAPII ALBUMS AT THS XETSOPCLITAS
KrsxNB tob a DEscfiipnva catalog ua.-e
BUY YOUR BIBLES AT THE METROPOLITAN.
&T FOX A CATALOGUE.
BUY YOUR PRAYERS AT THE METROPOLITAN1
SlafS JOB A CATALOGUE. ,7
Seatel aba assaes' tor aaaajy STinexl AUbwn. yam sramt, asset 1 win swtMl yens. UM
oat lm afce'State Mar sbm momey, sued st jHsuaOsosne till"! ttillX ACU..
A Gift worth from 50 Gents to $100
WITH EACH BOOK I
JtsTAll oommunioationi should be addressed to - .
oto8-E3 No. 140 Sctibiob Stbxit. ClsTsXahd, O
OIL I OIL I OIL,!
liimDE2,Sl'0FlILD & Co.!
Ixtraireerolenm oil, Beaiole n&
r"ws pay partieular atteotloa to paokages, thereby
aft ring our customers much loss by leakage We
gusrsnte. our oil to give perfect aaUsiacUos, and
aa good aa any and Is the city. Also, ws psy par
ttouiar sttentlon to putting np
snltabl. a Tarnish Manufaotswsn'
as. Os hand and for sal.
00 bbts extra reined Petroleum Oil.
100 bob) aVndorlaed Bensols (equal to TuneajUjasl
100 bbia So. 1 Lubrioatiag Oil,
which we will sell at lowest market prions,
Ottios lue St. CUlr-at, fcrmerly ooonpM by
vTss. O. ooMd A Oo. ;
is. o. soorrsut,
Weikel Bun and !lctlhlnney
CAPITAL, - 1230,000
949,909 te be rvaorsed for DeiTelopios;
A. B. 8TOSB President.
D. P. IH.La .Vice PreeidenU
. J. rAEMEB Trtaaurtr.
I. O. PBENTI83 -Secretary.
S. 1. fiSSKIGK OonnseL
1. D. BCK-STKLLIB, W. O. eCOPUDD,
A. B. bTOMK, O. 0. 0'jBB,
. J. F ABM KB. J. . PAINTCB,
D. P. IILUl. H. CHlSHOLJl.
B. L 0HAMBIBLA1H.
Ths Oompsny own In fee simple, free of all Incum
brance, a large tract of land, (all of which te bora
able territory) situated in Venango county, Pa., in
what la believed to be a part of the Great Oil Basin.
of wbich Oil Creek Is th. central Una.
They nave two wella down, eetch to ths depth of
ouu leet, witn apieneia auow oi uu, ooin oi wnicn
ars abont to be tested, and sr. snaking praps
rations for ainkiog s third.
A limited smonnt of block now offered for sals,
SubscriptioB books opes st Bsnking House of Fsr
mer m rstnter, leo dnpwior street, where .11 lsfor
mstkm can be obi lined. ian!3:198
SECURITY OIL CO.
CAPITAL. - - $100 000.
SHARES $3 00 EACH.
HO FIBTHII A8SISIBIHI
Additional Working Fnnd to b Ap-
W. S. C OTIS, Esq., PreaMsjat.
H. I. LEWiS, httmntmrj. .
sj. A. BEAU, Treasures'.
W. g. a on 3, W. B. CABTIB,
JOHH HARTUKSfl, A. . MANNING,
WM. . BTASDABT, W. WELLHliUSB,
JOHN B. 8AB0BJST.
Ths Company owm In fe. simple, free of incum
brance ample Leads located la ths rsry best OIL
DISTRICTS on th. Alleghany Blver and Big San
dy Creak, Venango county. Fa. Also three Tracts
nnder Leastholo, ou which THBII WELLS are
commenced, which sr. oontracte'1 J(and already
paid for to be put down to the depth of 800 (sat ;)
one Well Is now down 436 feat, with f na show of
Oil, with Intelsat In two Bnglnas, Tools, Tubing,
Fixtures, c, paid for.
In sddlttion to the h oners already expended, ths
Oompsny hsv. win. thousand dollars cash on hasd.
Subscriptions will be noeived at th. Bsnking
Honss of O, A. Keawl ro.. 95 Superior
Street, for balano. of uuaold stock, aju uoo, st
par value. h. entire amennt subscribed to bsap
proprlsted for working the Lands for the beaeSt of
ths Company. fcb4:l21:hp
EXCELSIOR OIL WORKS.
Bockefeller & Andrews,
Successors to Andrews. Clark M Oon M ana'actnr
.. : . r ana Mnaen ox
Benzine and Lnbrleatlng 0118,
Offioewith Class A BocxHrxxux,
fcbll: RS Hlvr mU, Cleveland, v.
jobs s. soossrBLLn. sabuu asnssws.
J. B. COBB & CO.,
211 Saperlor Street.
Of Ever Qaalltj,
Kept com tsntl j on hand:
n 1 D T D IMfl rilUrillCFC
T ft T L II Ail IJ Lllff L LU I kUi
3r; Jobbing Trade.
&Csy &Cay &Cy
febSS Ml B-prlor Street.
LADIES' HSMSTITCHSD ILAND
UBOHIBFa -mbroldered and Plain. .
tag m Bnplot nrset.
ri many lmproveaMnta ove ssr and all'
It has ths re erst bt. ImI, feeding th. cloth etthee
to the right or left, to str s aaaa mt bstea tha
suds of seems. It token four different stitohes, th
Lock, Doubl. Loek, Knot and DoBbt. Kaotwofc
being alike oa both skies of the fabric. Ita mo
tions ars .11 positive sews th. thickest or thlnaMft
fabrics wlthcut .hsuss of tension. Heaas enp
width sm, frlla, brsius. qullta, binds, gathers, aud
ssws in a ruffle at the same time.
S. W. GLBAfcOil ft OO, A genla,
o. tt FubUs amum, Clevetand, and e-T Merrill
Block. Detroit. Ass. la wanted. JulrsT-BJ
Grover & EaKer S.M.Co.'s
Choioa of two dlffemt stitches
BBOTB BAKU STITCH,
Or 1.0 t K OB BHTJTTjLX STITCH.
1UM FACT I KING HACHINES.
A HIW snd fCOTBILBSS MACHIHB, of gre
Power and Extra Length of Ana.
The particular attention of
Tailors and leather-Worker
h! Invited. ' '
Ba i boobs in Baperlor stnet, devela-cl OUo.
C. A.Maermsn. 1 H. ) Before Frederick A. Brand,
Hertneav and J. Weita.
Es 4.. a Justice of the PMn
nnder name and atyie
A Welti, va.
A. Hoevelr A Co.
ia nt far lhe Township of
C eveland, Cujahoga coun
THK 9th DAY OF FEBRUARY.
said Justioe tsraed an order of at-
ttcheient in the sbov. notion ior the rum of on.
hundred and thirtr-three and 41.100 dollars.
MCtRMAK. BARTKISs A WEITZ,
Br ES3f,.51CEJ, KELLT,
fcb24:19l thtir Attorieja.
STBAW HAf BLSACHUSO, DYS
w, Ainanra and F-sssnw. Hsvtng Jnat re
turned from the sat, I am prepared, by the aid ot
szperienosd nsnns, so de any work in this line, aa
well as la felt aud bee-er hata, la lbs best possible
sis mass aa I moat lsshloa.ble wtjtn,
Fr no. eteam Ur Houm,
merit Hit and lu an. sir, t.
FAMILY DYS COLORS A FDLI
asaortmmt of thee, colors. Brarj lamilp oaa
Dye their ows goods at a very small coat. . Toe ooi
ore ar. bright and durable, and effect s great aar
Ing by mating old garmente look at good aa new
Fxioao s& snd 16 ocnta per packaga. Kor sale by
OHCkOEILL A BROTHER,
dein laa o.t.rio ettc.
T2"WAIT, KLDCJUa A CO,
LATS STSWaBT S STBISU
Ittoraeji .and Connsollora at Lav,
No. -411 PjET-BTLTAITLA Aytj,
WASXW9T01T, D. a -Will
attend to business hi ths Supreme Court,
Court, Court of Claims, th. Circuit and Diatriot
Courts, before the several Departmenta, the
UNO PUSiON. PITFNT tND INDIA BUREAUS
AHD IS COK-BS-B.
joe. s. irswasr. a. e. buwu, a. a. stsvsws
JTJDSON, OFFICE No. 6 PER
KINS BLOCK, Agent te tbe Sale of Ral
state and Stocks.
DR. A. G-. 1
O. V I.) Unrs
. Oflloe end Beiil,
HART, (Lata Sureoort list
eiilenoe on beneoa Street Bead. fcurUl
b wimUIo. Onk Otoe. Howes.; - ... e 0,1
DRUGS ASD H-uDlCI-fZa-THS
auas-omof Fhyilo-ua and a-jpanoM wiafee
Pure nfl Eellatl. KedleLiei
t rapMtfnlly aoOelted to my Kook, M essiprfe
nsoompiste aseortaaat of ererythlug pertain
THE DRUG TRADE.
and at price, to rnearos.ttsJhotta. to tbe purchaser,
Dmu asn Susaio-. IssrsD-sam, Tswrn, f ou,
Tuuiasisu sWssu ass Yr'srusaa,
af the latest and most approved psttaru, all
Ferfamerranil faacj Article.;
ra great nrirtj. Also a stock Of LIQUCBJ (al m
fuality) second to none in market.
Agent for v&k a BfLiNTt), tns most complete
set of bpUnls aver onerad to th. Fronwaion. Coun
try Phyalolans are particularly invited to anasaat
tnatloa of my atook, and will Ind It to lhatr mm.
vaniaga te la Tor sm with their orders. "
!sa O. W. CLASS, 11 Buperlar-si.
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