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MONDAY. KKHUITARY 20, IMS.
Evacuation of Charleston. The telegraph thin evening bring now of tl evt:imtiti of Chrl.ntun. Gold i do wu to 5201. Current News Items. Augustus P. Dulool, an Ohio conlrctor, who wu tried ftuJ cod tilled by General Urig' crt raartlat, for tailing to comply with hit reiirDent with lb Government has been sentenced to py 6ne of f 100,000 nil b imprisoned in lb Ohio 1'eniUiitiarj fur Mutm not exceeding one yer. The ten tenc bM been approreJ by the 8ecrlry of War., . ' ' Colonel Fish, formerly lVoot Marshal of Baltimore, who wa aentenced to be cashiered fined $5,000, and imprisoned in the Albany Penitentiary for on year, ha beea pardoned by the President for the nnexpired part of hit sentence. 1 i . The friends ol General Butler are urging his appointment as Military Governor of South Carolina. Twenty National Banks were authorized last week with an aggregate oepital $4,455, OOOt The total number now in existence it 6, 185,with a total capital of f 187.3C2,00. There was a rumor in New York yesterday that Maximilian had recognized the Southern Confederacy. Colonel Anderson, one of the alleged Chi cago Conspirators, now on trial in Cincinnati, shot himself yesterday. The wound is believ ed to be mortal Recruiting is brisk both in Ohio and Indi ana, as we learn from Columbns and Indian, polls. Eight or nine of the new regiments to be raised in this State will be organized, and one is now fully ready for the Geld. The camps aroond Indianapolis are crowed with new re cruits . ". A Massachusetts delegation with a petition asking the appointment of Governor An drew to place in the Cabinet, was intro duced to the President to day by Senator Wilson. " The sentence of Davis, the rebel spy, has been commuted hy the President to impris onment at Fort Delaware during the war. Scbenck's bill, increasing the pay of offi cers of the army, which passed the House Tuesday, provides that after the first of J40. nary, 1865, the pay of Colonels oi Infantry will be $180 per month; Lieutenant Colo nels, $120 per month; Majors, $100; Cap tains, $90; First Lieutenants, $77; Second Lieutenants, $70;' Colonels of other arms of the service shall receive $105 per month; Lieutenant Colonels, $140; Majors, $115; Captains, $102 59, Lieutenants, $H0 33. The pay of Assistant Surgeons is increased to $125 per month. The bill also exempts their salaries from taxation. It is a significant fact that while Greeley Sumner and Phillips are demanding free suffrage for the negroes of the South, the New York Times, an equal if not greater power in the Republican party, is advoca. tiog a proper qualification for the white vo'ers of New York. A man in New Jersey bought a second hand overcoat of a deserter a little while ago, and, as it didn't fit well over the back, ripped open the liuiug and fouud $250 in greenbacks stowed away in it. ' A boy driving a carriage iu a funeral pro cession In Albany, New York, a few dayi ago, was found, on arriving at the grave, to be frozen to death. ' ' The Tribune baa arrived at the conclusion that a national debt it not a national blessing. A ration of a pint of milk per man a day was served to the Revolutionary army. Robert T. Lincoln, ton of President Lin' coin, hat been confirmed by the Senata at Assistant Adjutant General, with the rank of captain. A lady advertises in a St. Leu it paper for a husband. She wants to exchange pictures, correspond and marry, Hh says she is twenty-out yeart old, snd Weighs 180 pounds. When Mr. Blair entered Jeff Davis' study, on his first visit to Richmond, tht rebel chief did not at first recognize him. Mr. Davis was dressed In a coarse grey home spun, and looked more like a poor clerk than a Presi. dent The' Attorneys of Milligan, Horsy and Bowles, have been advised that Judge Advo cate Holt hat decided that the Military Com mission that tried then had no jurisdiction that if answtrable at all, it wat to the Civij Court only. 1 ' - Captain Semmt hat beea appointed a Rear Admiral, and it In command of the Jamet River Squadron. , The President hat ordered the release of Roger A. Pryor frost Fort Warren, on parol with instruction to report to Mr. Forney, at' Washington. Mr. Sedilon, lata War Secretary of the Confederacy, hot been charged with gross swindling by in rebel Uongreu. The New York Independent report the apply of money in that city far above the demand for it. Probably that' what's the matter. The supply of money, tuch m it it, i abundant everywhere.' It ought to he abundant, when two or three dollar of it are required to buy one of gold. . It abundance is oue cause of it comparative WOrthleiiHues. Current News Items. Schenck. We are sorry to see the Hartford Timet pitch iuto our Congressman in no rude style a the foltowing pnragraph display It weui that Hi-lienik wa dissatisfied with the flattering hkek-h of hi lifo and public services which ap)eared in the New Yoik Mercury, and Wroto one himself, in which he no doubt did himself entire j tire, but could not cot it tainted. The Times toll the whole utory thus: OuNiiKt.aass SsiiKNt'C. Charles Lsnnian, Esq , the accomplished and gentlemanly libra nan of the Congressional library, and author of the Dictionary of l;ongrme, exposes the true cause of a late assault on that work and on himaell hy Congressman (late Brigadier) Sckenrk of Ohio, (sotnutime pronounced Skunk) Mr. Lanman explains that the loco motive hero of Wen a pounced upon the work in question in retaliation tor nis exclusion from the diriionary of a biography nf the afore said Schenrk, written by himself, and allo- gelher too long lor the work. 1 his Schenck is a true type of an abolition "loyalist'' of the present day. Reward of Merit. Hie Democrat who betrayed their con Btitneutt, aud violated their souse of duty by aiding the Ib'puMicans to pan the CouHtitutional Amendment, are fully ap preciated by tlioir new allies the Repub lioant. The Cincinnati Commercial, of 1 week or two ago, charged, almoxt ia terms, that they had been bribed. The Pitts burg (iazotte thus assigns the reason for the renegade vote of Pennsylvania Cuf froth : "Mr. Coffroth, who represents th Somerset District, and claims (with but little show) to nave been re-elected to the next Congress, evi dently voted with the majority for the purpone of mollifying the opposition to his admission upon his fraudulent claim. We can not be lieve it possible that be voted as he did from any honest convictions. - An Unexpected Champion of State Rights. Senator Hale, in the coarse of a very ef fective reply to a harangue of Charles Sum ner against the Camden and Amboy Railroad, uttered the following admirable sentiments: "I do not want to strike giant blowt at the rebellion which, when they put that down shall annihilate the Constitution and all State rights, so that everything shall be eonsolidat ed into one despotism. "Mr. President, 1 have sot been one of those who have beeu loud or strenuous or per ssvering in the assertion of the rights of the Stales, but I believe that the existence of the Slates and the proper preservation of Slate sovereignty, State rights, and State power are as necessary to the successful operation of the system of our Government as the Union; and it one or the other is to be destroyed, it had bet'er be the Union than the States, because if the Union it dettroved and the States left. we then have civil government and institu tions left for recuperating and recouatruotine- a Union; but if the States are destroyed and all swallowed np in one military despotism, there is nothing left, tbero is no nucleus around which the friends of free institutions may rally." Isn't that "the Calhoun doctrine?" Another Defender of State Rights. Wendell Phillips haviuir iirutioeed to amend the Constitution, no as to preveut any State from diafiaiuiiiain? the neuro. the New York Time object : "first, it is overriding an essential State right. The power of regulating its electoral franchise is the very first attribute of a free State that which peculiarly distinguishes it from a mpr np.iw i n r.i u I ,lun.n(Lnn. 11 e did not effect to find an advocate of the "Calhoun Doctrine" in the Time. Lebanon, the mo.it loval town in the State, need forty-nine mou to fill her quota. The Circleville Democrat says, it the valiant men who mobbed the Demo cratic Citizen in Lebanon, in lSfi'2, could be credited to hor account, they would let the town out oi the draft Those raobo crat are to be credited to the llepnblican party; but they are uot the ort of men to fill quotas. The New York Times, a Republican paper, nay the negroaeare no better quali fied to vote than beast of the field. And till we undoiHtaud the Republican to maintain that negroes are the equal of themselves. Lee's General Order. following is a oopy of General Lee's General Order, on assuming command of tb land force of the Confederate Stales : HEADQUARTERS CONFEDERATE ARMY, February 9, 1865. General Order No. 1. Ia obedience to General Order No. 3, Feb ruary 6th, I assume eommand of tb military forces of the Confederate States. Deeply Int. pressed with the difficulties of the position and humbly invoking the guidance of Al mighty God, I rely for sucoeas upon the cour age and fortitude of the army eusUiued by the patriotism aud firmness of the people, confident that their united effort, under the blessing of Heaven, will aecura peace and In dependence. ' .. Th headquarter of the army to which all special report and communications will be addreised, wilt at present be with the Army of Northern Virgiuia. Th staled and regU. lar return and reports of each areiy and de partment will be forwarded as heretofore, to the otic of th Adjutant and luapector Gen eral. , , . , E. LEE, General. f aiNT-Tha roamaatNo. 1 Maia slnMi, Uia X' onua ol ih lu awyur, u tut rrul en hvoraUa Urm. to paruuuuul lauaut. Aiiiilyi. "Jl,u TUOalAg O. LOW. E. LEE, General. New Advertisements. SHIRT MANUFACTORY AND CKXTV iliniSIIiVU STORE. MALPH C. M'CRACKKN, Hi). tafcrf FOURTH STMtsT. oulh Mis, aaiwaao Main an Walnul, opposite th wim guiu nana., Cincinnati, Ohio. OITIZKNS AND HTHANOER8 DKM1RUUS or PKOtlUKIMO surimoK fit II I IL T JSt I COLLARS, CRAVAT, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, HOSIEKY, etc Are lull lad to rail as above. Einmlar Ne. S WIST rOUBTH 8TRIKT, Higu of the MARBLE HUIBT on ildewalk. Shirts Hade to Order by Mefttmreiiient A NO WA H 11 ANTE If TO FIT. Paper Patterns Neatly Cut ' ' '' ' if-'; . ijuick tile a itb ft mail profit n our mvotto. Prop's of New York Laundry. NEW Y0KK STEAM .LAVHDUY, . 13V 141, UsfwMth tlrestr H twaen Csotral Avenue aud f luiu atraet', ' ' " ' V - - - Otnotnvtatl . . ' Union Insurance Company. r atz- t o 3sr. ohio. OAWTAL. HTOOK... 100,000 OfKIOK 1 TBI Itb bTUKKf, ' " ( Over Ptujjh A Kilra's Drv Onoda Hlwra, sppo.ils Ih Ulriotora: ' ' ' Vlina V U'A.I . l .n . . Hftinuvl KhAmlv, .lubu 1 L vile', ' ' 'J Jlm.j fun.. ui.ii r .. DBiamm HuliD, m l. Fail aa, Warraa Muuaar.jr. ' Fir and Marine Risk I aken at Cur rent Bate. Osoaes M. Tovaa, lacrauiy. lu L14RM Koa MAI.H oa KalNTll,l.cuu,., I? oa Vai.k.. .lr... fall a Wm. Wk.r . uluiu UK Slura, sul Third straal. WUawl Valuable Property for Sale. TB U ulnnrilwr oftara lor aalaoa iainaUa lann. Ilia liouaa aul lul ... Wyn. i,..u. lYl' aj Iioum au l.rf OBXuiaAa. Oali ial Na IT, Wyii draal lar lunbr kaKrin.n.'n. ' W' UllaTt KKKrCZKM. " ' ' t - r r .. r , -w- J. B. UlLStlCRT VO.t Wholaaale daalwa la l"'orliu ni Uomestie ; Groceries and Ztiquors) SlO.tAND7SJIlrrKHSllN HTH11T. OPPOSITE MAKSfcl UUUBK. to! awl Bis,. YV auilllia araaud. F.aea or aiaal SLd Malar., tppl, M W. W. rillll.l,. ol4 ".laui 1ihllw J. Lamuuom A BRO. nstIUVAI.M. P. Molaa', omMkaabM. - r.aUuTm. " "-' ssmn-wsmus Presentation Concerts. TWO Q HAND PRESENTATION I . ' ; , i O O INT O 13 I. T . AT HUSTON HALL. ' ON TIESDAI AKU FRI04I IVIXIHUS, . rCRRVART l AID 31. II soar I ha diraolioa of tha NW Vttrk. MttMulntilurlM; Jewelers' Association ! Who atTwalra Katartaiamaata, giveo br thia Aa.oi-1-atlua, at Ilia Aoadeuir ul Mumc id Naw York, aold upward of Sou, worth of Tickets aud aara away otxrkU.UU lraMDta. Wa ara Dow opaa for tha tiala of Tirkata aod Ilia biitnUjlioD ot rr.aaDIa at tli. wall-knowo or DUBOIS & THOMAS, THIRD STREET. Tha Danot ha. tiaan alaaantlv fittad for tha orra.InD and tha PuUia ara luvitad to call aod asamiaa ilia Uoode. TICKETS - - 0E DOLLAR A culiar & Original Feature BEAQI READ 1 HE-A.3D1 j A Valuable Present - GIvan with each Ticket varyiog In value from 1 to 5 Hundred Dollars, Which th puruhiiBor of a Tick, may rwiv imis iliateiy od preneuUiUwo of tliA'IVkei to ih AKimrjr ol the antooiatiou, ia iho filar whra th Tiokel u piiivbaMa. '1 ho freaeuU will bo hivob from th niMEVSE STOCK OF JEWELRY PltOOft. Diamonrfn. 8"vinff Marvhina Hilvsir XPmvo Broflkhst BU.io,rJ WklcliM. 'I'm Ha Lb ToilL Mai Hilvor Watchev, Brauolou, tiuurd Ohatna, bro.K-h.N, Hohlairov, Utuun, fl.. aud aa Ku4tor.ii vanoty of Bijo u vujeeia ao vtnu, oowoaoihibitioo at the COMPANY'S DEPOT At which Piaoa Only Ticketf oaa be Purchased. Ttiit dotoI otrprio mimt not be Mofonnded with any of tbo uumerouo "liili" tipoulMtiou by vlm h Ute puUtc ttavo buau ho Ireueuily doluUoti. IT 13 FRKE FROM ALL TRICKS AND Which haro eharartomed lhia entertain minta. and very purvhattr of a Uukot umy be aaure4 ol Receiving a Present Of the Fall Value of the- Pnrohait Money, At Retail Prioa., with a chaura of racaif lag OD of luuia tiiai. riT. nuuurau iimaa u. vaiua. The Presents Mill be Given Immediately, , aa toon aa th Tick at ia purchased, so thai tick at buy- win i.wtu m vv tvuntM m vicksj rur n i ..(: j.,, FIE3T CLASS ENTERTAINMENT Worth Ilia amount paid, toaatliar with tka tall valua uf Ilia puroliaaa uioaay la BEAUTIEUL PRESENTS OwIdv to ttie Immeaii uital and faat facililiaa of tuo nauuiwiunufj JDwuinr i ftasoctauoo, til Uirerl ore rroOaahloi loottttr Ihobe Extraordinary IadaoomemU t Jnd plodft UiMnadlToa to tho duMm that Fairapaa, iuiparuaitiy. aoi atrii-Uy honerablo uJ guroii tiaJint will oliHrarUtiko their every nt ftuU every uroiutM they make. THEIR DEPOT 13 FITTED DP IN A STYLE OF . UNAPPROACHABLE SPLENDOR An tha pubhaisraapai'Uullv infitad lo nail ami ax auiiua fur Uieuiwaivaa Uia iiaiuaaaa vanaty uf Beautiful ant UseCul Articles to be Given Away , 10 TICKET PURCHASERS A SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR L A H I ID B lUpot sad floloUftooo (or tbo PureUaaa of Ticket iiauiiMMMiit of rteeeam, , SO. TII1HD STBEET. la tha wall-kaow Ma.M Stars of DUBOIS & THOMAS a. cook, ItllUllW oluarj. Dry Goods. GREAT, SACRIFICE il DRY GOODS! i D E LAND'S, 74 AND TG WEST 1-OIIKT11 HTItKKT. ELEGANT SILKS B A. R. C3- A. I 1ST I BAHGAI 3JSt CLOAKS CLUK CLOTH (LOAKS AT N. BUCK CLOTH CLOAKS AT 10 BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS AT Vt AND MI CH FINER. ' LAHUU AftHUKTMBNT OK PLAID a H A. "W x s AT LOW PRICES! SPLKNDII) FULMII DRESS GOODS!! IN PLAIN IKIHU POHI.INU,, I.ilD rRKNUH PUPLINH, PLAIN KMPRKU CLOTHH, PLAID KMPKK.8 CLOTHS, ' FRENCH MBRINOe," ' ' ' ' ' BUMBA7.INK8, BLACK AND COLORED I.UHTIKH. COLORED AND WHIT! BHD BLANKETS RID, WHITE AMD URAY WOOL FLANNELS 8HKETINII3, ' UUIHTINOH, . , ' B" Ul'llEiliB, TAB I, It LINKNB LA ROB AiWOKlalENT OK TJnderahirta, I ' ! I , 1 , . TJader-drawers, . . Hosiery & Gloves FOR OKNTH, LAD1KH, AND OUILl'HKN. Ladies Cloaks and Shawls Children's Cloaks and Shawls Balmorals, noopBkirts ' , 4 ... , ii i . t . ; ) Corsets and Scarfs AT D E' L AIK D ' S, 74 AND 7G WKST.OUHTll STKEUT, Mdlm OINOJMNATI, OHIO, Amusements. HUSTON HALL. v, iijsitikli m imii.iuiiaui ONLY. Wrdiif ) Thursday Kvm,F b. 23 Si 2S TH B (illi'.AT IXIlKUItlR KADTKIIN 'JltuUPK. IIK1KK UAVI.OItU'a am a li H A S H B A N I . ' TWKNTY NT AH I'KRKOKMKKH. who will Bpnr in au iitlr?lT n"W anJ urminal pi-eimn mo, m. ci cfnri ti eut naity UDMiKx'arul iiulHinrH. Kvny- (imuk D(w, niTi aiKiannu'iiTP. in rou(mi'iKii wim tioui m Mtsrri. I'KI.KH ANTV Rul V AKH, Ihn tUtanipion 1oiiM ''kk l'ftiit'ii hIio ctiaHt-ug lUv world id thnaum of St hm to com pet w with litem. i'tMrn orn at 7, 10 rummtwv ai 10 b. 1 k aem Kifty On la, TiokfM for aataat J.T. KDDeya M utile Mlurr.llirre ilrtva in wivauo. tto extra chante for rRnrTiii arate. O. K. KH;UAKU;ON, AtDt. HTrri, 8ICIM, Propneiora. HnirF OA Y LORD, Mauaia. . . MGdt Carriages. f ACKSUN l.AM(ilOM JOAKPH l.lNUBuN. P K K M I U M CARRIAGE FACTORY. J. LANODON & liHOTlIB:it, MANl'FACTUUKKU OP FINE CAKRIAOK8, ROCKAWAYS, ' ' " BUOUIK4, PHAETONS, YORK WAGONS, HI'RINO WAOONH, Hl.KU.IIH, LATEST STYLE a FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. W. PHILLIP' OI.U TAl, NOfl.11,13, AND16 1CAHT KOIlltTII UTRKKT, DAY 'ION, OHIO. RnpairlDf! doua prompl and in tlm boat aty In. IM ALSO. Dealers in Hardware, And agents fir DIEBUI.D, BADKAXN l CO.'S ' Fire and Durglar Proof Safes, KaJS AND ' bCHOOLRV'H Kefrlgerators and Lager Boer Cooler frlddSm NO. 711 MAIN STREET. ALLKN' LXJISTO BALSAM The Orant Kammly FUK THE CURB OP ' CONSUMPTION AND ALL DltiEASKV OP TIIK LUNG 8. T II K rpmilta of il uxe In a proof of itn Brent Tnlii'. Tlie extraordinary HKALJNU FKdPkkTi Km i thia rttnttHlv ara ?xineiFd v all than hn i.va iihmI it. 'I hf-ir rntiimmywillhttroimdina immiihloi, which ma be luul of Hie Ag uta where the Meihi'iue iu for ial. .t'Ot!OHa and OOM-fl, however diHlranfiinK, are hrokeu up in au im-r d ble short umn, by i-aiitt dk riptwihn inlliiDC on (he ItmpH, ao that the niHtler aud ' pideKm am earily exp?otoroi4. HAlNH aoil HOKKNKHH of (h OHKftT are qiiu kly rehevfad.hy thn lrrMatd parla tMHoniii)K hoaled, Vm Chills and NiomtHwsatm twonm mmindiuieiy vht-ek ed, hy the Mlrnc(h being rriHiorrd. The torpid liver is restored to aWion, h ihe blood bernnifs plirind. ALIKN'H Ll'Ntt HALHAM mntHiDM ivo opium iu any f.trin It is uurfevUr liarmlHM ir Uia mni ih. ualerhild. , . tXNHlTMPTIVKSwoulddowell to read hia traaUatf on dneitrjed LiHtua. HH VHHJI A Nm who hare tailed toeiire their patients nltould try thin Mfdieme before they yive lht t-mto up, .. rui we know very many valuable Iivpi have beDaavcd by bemu pe'Miiilfil to give it a trial. KK ftllKK auti set AI.I."N'H II1K0 RAlAW, ainl 1ft no oilier artM-le be palmed upon yuii. ALIaKN'H tl'Noi HA IS AM m ym Ui with great nait, and with Hue i ftiMraved label, tafHiiutf mgaaiuruaf tha propriators. , DON'T r.UKOKT THAT AI.I.KNM U1NC HAlahAMtrO.bfaa th mout tli. ttCMHnff (irtiyA m a Jew hn S hum. Maoy tutaeH ot t tNM)MI T ., II M weiA c-onHiif ernd iDt-urablH, have 1 , , . uird hare iu thu ciiy. t)Hlt aud get puiphU't, and rtad the mmarkHbla ' utirtta, wlnuh will couv.uce you ! tlie Kittat value uf thlH MmJiciofl. , Mi N'T iiKHfAIR beiaiiMallrtherrenHidiMi have failed, but try the rtiuitiy and you will uot bu dieiv d. Ifor sale by tha Proprietors, J. N. HAUKIH TO., TiuriDuatl Ohio. rKICK NK iMtlAih It lKK BoTIXK. B.1U tv Meiiiuiie leater throughout the nty ikmI ooimtrv. roraaleby lr. W. W. btwart, Jamen Al.U.y, H D. ' Caruell, aod J. W. Dietrich, iaylou ) W, H.NeUy. Oeruiaulown - ftA IT IB A (HHJD BKMEDY TRY IT. WOHTHT or the NINKTKKNTH CKNTVUI. Ur, H. CUNVVAVH LINIME N.TUm Kor th speedy aud Motual omn ot i RHEUMATISM I N preaentiitg the T.ioimnlum to the public a one f. of the Uuitand uiosl eurati ve nmlifitia of the day, 1 do Dot wirih to bo uuilrittood ws rUiiniDK f'r tt the power of ptirforiniOK unhfard of ctmti., t ul r dn rlaira 1 hat lor all the iirpoaN of a FA Ml LY UNIMBNT, it has uo equal. Tb Liiiinittututn hm kcveii m:um KAIOWJV to fail' In any cane of Hhmimatium, da matter nl how lon atandiutt:, where thu dirwtuxiM werttrartliilly fnMuwtt.1, or, iuded, iu Uuaof uuy tiittiaft fox wtiu-t) u is lu'oniiueudr'd. Iu cafM of oeurnIia, pama in Ihe hark, side, and ihet, t-rait)ia ia ihe sltiutaon, utnuas, spiral iriita tiou aurfweakiteitH, uhrouiv sorpA,biiru,.u'itldt,lrfjiited itttt aud haudu, tuuihtH.-ha, heda-he, Ac, it acts tike at'haiui. The tiiaiiBentum is the result of muiy years pne vering experiment, aud combine auto UK it rate ittJiewieti the parauiouut viriiife of AN KXTHAOUUINAHY PKNETUATIVK rovvKit. - Whieb no other Liniment poaMenaaa, and which i the hwrvl of the uuparalltilnd aiM-nim whtoh lutxita lh LloiuteutuM M herever it W uimhI, THY JT VM-'K, A NO YOV Wll,h NtCVKH HM WITHOUT JT. It ia put up in 'li oent, flu vrul, and 91 holileft, with full lirM'Uoua lor ue, aud inauul'iii-tiirt'd only hy Ir. ki. CUM WAY, i'm'r, Vo. i.i9 Third at..lta) UiO, ,io. for le by marc haute aud druKKtata every where. leHdly Cincinnati TypeFoundry Priutlus MacMue Works!! Otfli-o sud Foundry, No. ut Vina .traat, ala rnh CJIlicliiuuti, Ohio. M ' (JHABI.BH WKLLM, SanraUrf.l Wine Plants, Grape Hoots, etc. IIUVIC far Hla Ilia k'""Io tiHINKHR UINK PLAN'!!, Urupa ituuu, S.vuigraruH i,l Hiijianor quality. Slirulawry ol unary d.wirllJlmu, Print aud Mbatia TrM. a of all varialta. all uf Ihe wry IwmI ijual Hy. Addra.a Uiruuali Pu.tottiua, or at my pomtxa, aad I wtlluall luiliiailialfly. tiKObUKl MA V, la0i Luiu.r Ludluw aad Firat .Uaata.