Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, 24 Ağustos 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated 24 Ağustos 1864 Page 3
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Special Notices. NIGHT BMim ■!. CERTIFICATE. I hereby rrrtlfr thot I am the original Inb* rlcator of tbe Prrfotne Known as tbe Kx* croct of tbr Flower of tbe Slslu-BI»oml«» Crmt>,and that tbe formniafor ihenrepa f * atloßofthentime Is nr cibcoTcry or Inrcn- Cion, and thu>. 1 was lor two years prtTion. Xo Jar tinny last in tbe employ ol rnalon ton, of New York City, and while toere • trodaced tbl* perfosao, end that i u“* the .mploj uf c. B. W ood<>®«>*-^ K. V , npd tlmt »hc e-pulnc I. I.re rared o:Jy fr..m “»/"$“ J&SuSriEB. Inc imitations. J lL ‘. rl march Ist* lo u »* MCiimer.niuiw* BCOVXL.WR*n BoW. ’Bh.Victalu *nfi retail, oj a auJ4 doipbetxttU I t ta u.At <m«M wc *peaK of fhy« llw ®|CIB»6. v , • «nfc« cea cLecrioht -ay i*. Wtimer fiu nciU tt* *7a reputing a lvcL he now tax foS practice than toj other Thf. in tne tr»VJL«it of ah tnoec dJi c*«e® vshlct nerC a epeedy »i»d core, ftimtly* oleease®. ke ha* jot the pm fifteen tU whole Utcv a.id to thoes Bwtortoii*t6 c»*-t atKh have bnfflec tac (lEu oi ether niiTElcazs. EM* mastenccewfiU In toe .reaunect CfS.fwrlcbe'overlycocJ'dereain. Eirabl" Ct ie .hi onbUfther of » work, called lcirrofoi icwb-.0.A1' McnEnowlhyvclL" whlcb nailfei w ell cn receipt of three cento p'fWe. t% te 1® moat tnxlona to do all tte Cvn *a» one may c*U and receive tu opinion upon thtve c-crt critic®'. Tnattm trec of cuarpß. OtTM and lf4 CUTC threat. rp«| once Bo* nil. Allhveivs®* ttxirt-T confidential. atflS pS7M»It l-'owlfc’s file and aumorCjM. On bottle warranted s Permfrnfnt W fiM kmdi nilTlM;twobottit*tol^crocy.Scroiala,6*d.Bhcuui, ab Uw«f ol the ditto. I« cut c! isllare tfle proprietor i*cai.fct« all torofumtheesp.y b<HUeaand nVebaat'Chet’c.c2ej For it', err. alnndcixcriial Rattrelr Prrp*mi tyIiEKBTU Foti*. Tt r prlnce r ? rei.t, tattoo. All dealers "mat ««S«L For talc.l= Ctlce-oDjF.A, HBTAT.snfisi: Dru«lf*. _ _ U3£.x-SX*m**w nt e Tear 1535 __ >lr N*toitn first prepared tor H4IK v,v*; f’Dct ibnunue it hsi Ls*-nos-d by Jc t to no it* •pace basil ssiloi to rivi> entire o^us **!• *c k rrjj 1# tns cbrtpi rt In the trcrlfl tjprl-e if criy Fl'y cua. *V 6 efcc£ C ?.* t,c c?sti2l sebk th» oti'jjtiw of ey« m Uicfo u«o»Uy i*o.d for ft. •ri?« VE» K’laK OYK 1" warrant?a «oi to tajore •i or *i c 1 ca'P to 'hf aMEt*es* daur* c. * tbeVESLllAli I'VE wcrSs w 1 t^rr , -SsS^SS^£ lra'i “v, ds oot m]fg -(i>t>morrhoMls)-PUes» Tfa , AiuuhV.an epecire for FiKs is now well known It“!xfßD * Sinf ?«l»*e y?bo!CBMt Cl*as# Dc Gratu’n Electric •Hl* Itaeems th*it Phenniar.so, OwoUea aro SVtf Joints. «ao tp which wc a-e all subject, hare Prof. PetiraUjTirtlsctxieOilif warrttitcl to relieve fry eaet IcaHjoitßpa-.e ci *pv expense. Only 50 emits and $ a oc, ,e. , «irucfilaU and aurficcpejs every b. c- l) e HAa».25 Sonti. Mchvb gt., : c Aaect, BDBNHA e£ Hi VA* bCt aACK. -S 6tres.,wtib weh?fi!l Drnualeje and v.'rcnants. aui-ofiS-im-Awap VT.V-iW. fiucoa cua iavys ctkji- is w..e l ® n tCJCfohi, E*u IXvur,. U»tr Cjmp.yK. s-.usrt SSee*Sr»Uiv.roa» »c lupor* state of 1he..1-od. It wrtTu*Biur*T«- it 1* wondcrrul tr 1 j tclnh <H*neral suept irr toe jaj.hStl-karKSiaYUls *i’i*e SoSA&w of Exiles, u»t OUXSEEB*S CBLKBitkTED FLHILLEi Aziay t-o uie. fiTwiyßbtctwlfl ■ QC!T SO'KA'£ -!>KA‘JuTY. OK i'HY wonoeicAi. ekekascb??. a, jjrfj,? •je'evsrvb**«». it tiseta on, Ate.tcowthcWi taaclusru st e*;l? «Vn-e and itniifcppr ooh* .wimLvi. t* •abrertfrt, wi’-fc a eu- e c.«ui-d cl ‘JSclfcstoc f.-1-clvmt* ua:j trprr-eficc i tvettcin*'il*»< «*»!«. -? irj.H A. 5f WsSser i»«w Yir>. P ice. ,25 cento, ACJeC *o be suo«. ■ h^SUk JXL. 75 B»ddo.«■*■• «tT i rt,CMc»ro,b' -l^^> «CAF A COa-FUKN. ecrorr WZ’ s?.-J <TOStl.tbOriifr.nL fi&.-W-l »K CE&'SB to bAVJt £5 DOL jy C> Bcnti2sre- Sc., and cletaa SftSG&^SV*)^*.iakaK I^mS3eHT«r^T^^^ 4-Cnl Cordial »-TXUd CaUOiT* 3-jV nn«iti«3x£tL'e active uIC wiNK'ora proper* 1m cf tte P/-toti*2 94»m in ► n.«t «. credible fens. 'S wlB *fe found » vitatble vorlclu hi] c-*e», bat par icnluiw a* a.o«v«iU*e to reita ace Fever and ft.cne. ni** pleasant and palatable eorftsl. and is ancbMpfrtortctb'! conin'*] wbuFy utidn.cc bitter* •o xuncc Ic-u *. loH by 3K{?Z?r£AVi 4i Kew -era. _ O , 3a^OT.k^rae^ay.ctc&Ki^.™oy2£ £OESB3> to.— l osrtait sad rmrfictc:* ecr«L ftiea£ anal* rvletrated r*iarrcc.-«. Hereto wnfwllnc tncceti, r.ree ywon oj ■m, A parte “ok win ntnfil y ctf-cs rnc !£»**** n» tewbom*. Prepared on 7 snSg 23»0t» anti isliocs. 1864 -FALL tsa;de—lß64 BsViSfiS &. EJBTLETT, SO 1 Bkn Street, Chicago, Id., Now eStx for £*lc OSB OF THE LAUGUST STOCKS' OF BOOTS £3SO SHOES. t*cnj cl totU* market. In three tijufect fcljb prtcM we be i*ve ih*t Tint BEST UOO «? '•K TBK and h*ve c-tx FtH ytoct e*ptc oi reference to uttertinc U calls'! to rar CUSTQU vat>r BOOTS, vhicbc**'MtrßsErarLLso. HXT«A fcTZtS A «P£CiAftilTV. ants-ptss-tf u gOOTS AKD SHOES, REMOVAL. HM.Ii, SOHIHWIOK & 00c, SUCCESSES TO BENEDICT HALL & CO., f • * Hava removed to ROB. 384 & 386 Broad wav. r;E3T dooh above wai.xßi- OTBSV? YORK. We hare greatly enlarged our tnauroactcr-B* ffenart* mess, aranow neve constantly on liana a very large ol cue sewed wore «;t oar ova to v>btcli ve invite tbe attention ol western merchant*. Wo make all tbe latest etljes ot Men’s, Bcyi* and Youths’Calf Scwt*c boots, ♦■altnocmls, CaamaaGatt* en Booth, shoe*. ae veil aa Ladies'. Mluea and ■CbDaren’t M«yocce. Glove Kin ana L«stmz work—all maohlne tcTR cue tbe very best auaUtv of Rood*, tras.n-'ni-cs' Kck 23ublicati£tng. TWrFW MUOC ' * Oii K FGE Xv hcpoois TEIE 6£Cf>>U ftoos. ByDH l.o\V* I-L MAIjO?L It w>w read?. c-i.’&'i.lDc nui i.r and great Viliftty i/ - £&:.*?. Ex<rci‘.cF. As., with tLeElemrs-iAtf r:Lt;c6' '‘ote.a x. Tnt= «*rlei !• do ricneotojurJacctnr- c *.o ks, prcci tenvalf krr*t>«re<L but each boo-, n i relf ire Mr« eud Third Bock* vdl ba is«r fd »s «>oc a-! r-asv. price ol Socc-Oirden, SecQUd , fl- I ' l doisa. Oae or-pymlllfccrrut '«u;W- u*- m-j j» acker, rr ei * atrilnatfcD, rr; rer* Irt- * C't* ce *.«. t'. r calc by ilA uon & HtMua. p.'f'or. w mason '-boiHe:;:, r ewyori. KEW iUUSIC BOOKS FOR OIIOIRS* T'fflSE r£E3T.XO - a.’iß, By WM. «. I3RaU«URY. Ibli work U t>.e rtrclt o. Mr. *sf4-bnrr*acaUecuaK aaacoiDpo4tuc tur btvtral vc»:b. uti is eierywiteie beloir rvc;lvta «ntb tLt xn-kt's; uvor t>T tbs most *»-.ctumors ikerxteatolMr. Btadburr’a uik, ocjaz&cl aomtoelact tbat oi hie l»»i- boct.tb- JaVuco, ever •‘OO.OTO tisve best so.o, m-a •11 u *-t iir* vori •. tbao *.OOO UM>, Inucoti«.nto 1 encbi 01-cilobof Tune and Aii tbcQ>e. tie Kt> Nc:e n»» & eiti.-. van*-vol E>excises aod light * ficbooi use, tttf id «viry particular it n bcUerrd tbe Invert ci *rooc trueic a*, cturct *. t ar.i,otae aill bad tbeKeyNcte lan a< epte-t tr* Bisspl* conlißoynrfc l pre uai ,li *O. Pcr-ols br wasos ABSHLIN, Bcu'cii. PcbUifctl bv M» =OK BUOB., Hew Potk. r.ui7-pti a:\v-rAM ii To EVERY WHO CAN BING. IB 1 YOU XVWH A Goad Made Book lor your Choir, A Marie Boor ttatUNcwsnfi AFractlve, A Marie Book that everybody aooa-cr, ABtsnfiarc Brohioi MunraJ Ccav-ntio'c, The Beet Music Boot fer Binglnr Schoota, OBTSJK A COPT OF “THE HAEP OF JCDAHi” By l-». O. EmP.rwi Fcwlyflrtr ibr.oefeod crpusa of this *rp«!cr Boot veto *oi4 dertnp tbs lirft t*x mottbc ci Its pasllca tvoc. p.tce in Bccton Specimen paee* mm Iter. OLIVER i»»TSOS fc 00., iulE pWj-w th f a*tu v, “‘ T ''**PnUirb« ».*BoitOT» YOOBniES’ t'^X-PASES’S Jurr* tfturtfdjTlie vfc’rlisro-, rtKCy. vooedu s* mrioNOF THE! a S. TAS &AW, PrlttAClrcmibe official thsi* ilre Jew, word jpr *«ro.M «'j tu- hn«’ot'T^M. Il tins ccluoa. toi! »telypr ; n«*-or i-iy* wii' tv;.r,r<u.,tU>s ta« law BOte«k>i r.\ refr ftc*. ut*«ci»,-vo JjAFPCJiI* ELUTK IKDFX 1 »jv:nft-t*v *B' l . .. s«r«'B iMcft, Sj ccc b. fi-at by «D»ll,plc'r'6*«i,Ut'*n- rcOfp’ °' l*'iee. Pi*. COl!Lt U C'Ti* l *» * TB -Dtl ,t B- VOOEBShS, T»o to ' -s.an.:t, M w Y?r’«, cr lUUEC' G -li^ii?.t , Y. auvS-HtrO'.t ’ ULumiirr. v v» m 3 y: 'l*. • 1? ‘‘ W. feATi'Hf £-«-& CO.. etd iwtaU a»mJos* In Qrt*c fcar &bd E*>gltatt tciabft, Cbtaglss Lfttta &9« OSce era v»t<, vh &avtt> Cenrj street, bctnw e®a JkcVron n^^Cbictco. LOALKD IS TABD* W. nr»oa BBS- T< rom>irlyl*t%neß*;DfcWheUer jyij cm set tv tua»*. rpHOMAS FOSTER, -wholesale I «nd retail 1« f; «cB Bit, Bv. Clair and «T7i!aw licnber. SLlneles u>» i*w. aim Saab. eKllfin* Blli'ffi ' Booraio w«toow frames Ac-, 22°*! Street loot of Seven?# rath ttt« eSCU&ago, 111. railroad tracLiD iht tml, faciliuei IDanfeing anti faxcfrangc. T'TFTH NATIONAL BANK OF -- - - Tie. S<> Ijwall© Street. U S OtPOSITORt & FISCAL AGENT. 60BSCJOP?IOSS RECEIVED FOR T-SO K.Ollll and 10-10 GeWßear* 4 lug; Bondi*. Ta**np. ICUSABD. J CsIAH LOMBARD* Sm CasMer. rfeer - ca - 7-30 LOAN* SobacripUcsj received by the 4th National Bank. Fisctl Aprt c( the United State®. B. LOMBARD. P/eildent. £ A. BSIGGB. Cfc>h!er. cEis-tf-'w-rA.an K&XXONAL BANK Oi* .3? FOET WAYJJF* UfEIA?A. DwgiiaStd Depository of th* Calted States# CAPKAI. PAID DP 51 50.000. Prtr'.otnr,J.l).KnTT4LS_»|C*'UM-. W.B.FHH^B o£lilTEli HAENa, JOiiK OHFP', _ .. A- *»j im. KKKD MBSuIKUEB, %■ ■^ H V- Fl uv*wU. BaOW i- D. BE«,V S fi?F. ME ‘ TW» Beulf trrflen iu service* icm*VJi»fc.CaUett!ca* os r-11 feccemMc toicti- riir , will men «nratlon we T'-raixr Cbic»scorn;t4bßJgt. Jyzvnsaiin k T , BIS &IH7.CS* NATIONAL SAKS OF CHICAGO. Tfcift Bant bavin* complied with all the pr-vitora of the inv, will ontae ftfc ol July l&rUat, Compton-* tmeneta in It* Eantinx Office. IU latest., Marine East BhlliUb** • J. YOUNG BilAhmOS. Prtalfstl, EK);JAM.K V.PixriH. VKC-Prett. CABLE. W, JUSUE, Cashier, Tmlbcst ynPAStneas.) OTfZCB CV COKPTAOXLIB Cf TB» CCKH*>'OT. f r-AainaloM, JUCO 2s. laW.; nader*i«itJ. It C*» r»eca mads to appear that 1M , 'aecfeaESc*’ Katlidial Bart oj i Llcajto, tntl*w MtJ W i Cklcazc.lctLe County of .'cot and fita<eoflJitooia.-j baa baen Only crcstitsd osdu sed acco»dirc to too j requirement* ,ol tiieArtpi ta'ltiod /■x A« to nrovlt« a betjoos* t.-nrm«cy, itcured by a sledcc c‘Lm:cd finitebmo«. mjC to ptortdolx.r t-B c:r«lav»on sad r?oeir prion ref, 1 i.l c 6i. nucha* complied ■yitfi eJ res rtcy«sicr.£c., , said Act re*mircfl tows comiillra «ntobefore con* nebctnz the cuftrws cl ydtr ta.d scl. FovTUiTelc-re. 1, SUGS ilcCUll/JCt'. Cotop troll er cf ibe Csrresr*. do fc»rfbv cl fHv. £?*CTv Mcdtniet* Nstimsl Lhiraca.ln rne tt.s or is tbt Coraty cf and Bute of lUnola, ♦janthonted tocontoccco the ot Ssat^— “iES't? df ? teOM V««CI. ■,«£« S l«El iss:ias.%“ A-^wsiffias^ s! Comptroller ontaCMieucj. ITIKST NATIONAIi BANS Of CHICAGO, Contiwtr. ccraor L»6t iti ClKt**. fif.VT.. M. KICBSEfiCJ?. 7lccr-Prsrt. 1. B,B»ai6tKO.Cfcthier, r _ r . falmcatUmal. tDJuSTKILD. Ittßß K. P. Ispreparfdto receives few aceitiosal nnpllj taMa bfesg«i<i3snd K.io b* educated with her tlmcbtcrsfc’* lulewild. llte p l * l w r 'y X sec-fcmbef Jfi’h. Adoreas Co.,H. *• tdgl oj2o Vn-ILTfAF-li - T Afc'ALX. JEMAL’S SEMINARY, I J at t»sa« , *o irilta from Bcstas, on v r-i 6 ' fxo cottp'dtj. Trie-, sna taliUdlTea-ccrs to ?vV4 dej arMPtnt. Froeilor itrtro.vion m Mote. Frtwrh end IM'Yrp. LrcstUa.anrrcasoloef.huda v ye. Ac , all ibat can he desrtd is;lterm opn&s UtpPU'fth it. ACtllCll aI. I ;gtyA f nl f.n-RCF C.-A5. Hlh^. ST, IIAKI’S AfiAlieslY. yt? ICth Schc'As'iic y«sr will cemmcncc on the First Monday to September. ItrpToTOcfTtr have been nriide dunce thf Pomp’/r tr. accotnmoi tie iwo her or cn i>oir. 4 cn, aid toe Ua- Uca! DtPiniLEnt Ces bien enlarged by & I**H co_ t*tnnf twcrtvir.nr cues rovns. hvirjl-Cii 4 tyla offered in tht Insllitt’cn fed 1 ohttirlcp s T.fnrRST. AJSU FIBI32ED £DtJCu.TIDS In IngliEh, Erenci &'d German TIiBMS PSB ARPTOM $153; Fcrptrricnlirflfddiera the 6awrlo:of Si.lisry'e pD Ci'tiONAL-. ’ UPIVEBBITP ITOTE2 PnKifi, n?D. T»-e Twenty llKt Acnusl Corsmercemcnt of this w.U»nd ißTorsbly known Institution will open on TEE FTSST OF SEPTEUBES. ItfiOTwncnti htve be-n xnide to accomaodato “^4 r S «IS?s “•«■««,£l Very ter,awm, t? «lcgt. Eotrc Mm* K£t oa^kl,Tv*™' ACAT'EMY, I.AKHi BOKEST, ILLINOIS, formica ninth dChlcigo, on the C *IB.R. The Fall term end Cth year ol thisA:aOeuyvrl;l com* mtnee on Timrsdajy Sepl. BUu ptr3 , CI?*I<—JAWKf EPftDLDiKJ.H.ft. AasiBTAST—T.B BU2*P, B. A CirculateyltirctollT»«icnim wfflbe«ea?ons> cVcationio J»-W. • aynwaa.P*»«Weott Bar- a. '>. Kuerten. U.n, Win Brest. Hoc. U B.Tr.omown, Usc-sntUf cflmitfnttsob: orPettx F**e. Bewtury beard of Vnutccs Chicago. »iiU-c7312a. TS2 COLI.SGIA7E SCHOOL will T6-C cn with every advantage for tbe la tfnrucacl jdttt.catne , „ - . Pint MoiiCaf ofßepUi»bcj t IBC4. . riferti r*» given. ft‘-*plfcaacn to on made** tu!&S£^™^^GEOI’GEQUAU^SBOS. •DirrsßtrßGH fk«sal»j col. 3 LEO«, Eev. I. C. FxneuisQ, B D„ Pickiest: iveot* tiacbeie, icptb bmianes. tbaroar.h contra pfstody. illiy callow term Jm noaidm*. licbt, nnd use of UniDtni'f vl faclU* atfli’cmiiDeiitblbrfcictea. aenitopvrt.:ent r&r *V.nc for a catalogue. «• tyiS-nME-tia Ft***. Tratf-e*. <Sflpart«crsl)ip. Dissolution tls copper ibiocfwnrANS PKiE3E & CO. mil expire oaths Fls*.lcst.tr ns.:titi-»D. ChlcnfO. <csggtnta,i»*t. »c! 5 pISI Ifli. CO-P A!!;'!KESSH5SHIP. Tlie ua- Csrf-lSted tove tLti day terns'’ » co_pvtrer phinln the r*ta« and Beef and Perk packtra,P:cvUl?a D:tUn, und Ccn* Ebrioniitrctsnta. _ Cblc&co.Aer. IS.lfioL B. KTilaM. C- rt.K^ISQH. Brugs anh ffifjcmlcals. T H. REED & CO., W * IBPOBTEE3 AFD JOBBEB3 OF DRUGS AND CHEMICALS 33 Lake*rt., Chicago, 111* ALSO. DEiL lAB33LT IN FalutP, OH«S 'Window Glaa», Claiw icore, Bnrnlos Oil*, K«>rot«u«, Soapmikcn) Stoctt, iHana* fUcturcrs’Goi)d»,Ac*> Which we effer at jrlces favorable to Wiliam Her* chstite and Msticlactmerc. j.E. E*ED,S7IPfDri skect,N.Y.l H. A- Hit-lb ut, CLicaro. f ie!3-x7»tf HaUtnaDs, & BWOTO & SREAT ■CiTEST. jrfL KBF BfeX&WAT suicj£2* axsa>'*> inrtFi'.—TTro i-&ron£h Bipraa between CLEVELAND AHx? HEW YOEF. fftt-ucffeetKspiMSK. • MUsSST TOHR T9ROU&3 Alf?B. us?; Curvelane at fcto iC“ sad 9.10 r. X.i L?t:TeE*i»lueCnrc!i.....li3:-*. jc. •• ifcor.iL Meadvllie at, WO r. v. M too a. x. •* »t. U22F. X, “ 3,-0 A. K- J ESslamancsau.... SUB r. v. ” (Ma.k. ;j srw Tcrk a; u-:c a. x. •* a:o r- x. aPfOBNI/‘&. us*v* New York fcoo’A.i. - esuojy.r fer.;?e Cifcvclandat,. a. jc. ** fcSO s.m übdevc exco’-led. filatords?* excfbiia. r. E, 600t>>*AB, General Xlcmt &e6Ht,Clevel«d, A:C t min, Bn m&-2l&Gg; proposals. TJEOVOSALS FOR KEW* SITE g 2?OE LSAEIKS HOSPITAL AT THIS PO3T-, • . ctbto* HotTß*. Chicago, auz. iS'.b, 1661.. Ir bortuarct ol ih« cf Corprc-B. uparoved Jua* aft, itw.auttonßiiß tb« “ a-dtaoic eilctwe tit® rr i Msruw UotpiUl la or ft ap Celcii o ” cotlcc 1* liErt Of given t«at proMtsui “u&ifc&vefiftttlilioiuce ucul be Mverth day cf Sept«n.’<r oe»t lor pwte culmbla ler *fce »iaT»cecs cl ite Th nsu^tiiCtbefarther nor.bihaa the Tlciat? o£ Lake 7»tw, nor f*rtlicr temb wan Hyde Park. In size thtv must i.o\ t« l*n than tb-*e hundted feu square, hr.r mere than ten aerre in extent, oca irnti have o fall and ut (Voct«ct upon the LnVfc Sbrve LUTHER &AV»N, Collector. »a160»752H jfariu iLaubtf. ■yiNELASU LAND’- 1 . To all Wanting Farms. LnrccftiSthiJ7l2jt*e'.tVme:t, a. 114 ud ii**lth r ol cLc»ft».COovltelcotlj cl Fh laor'.phl* by rrlrosn, ilcb Eoli>Mch produces 1m ce csci>*. wt*chc*nßCW teletssr- le;,twen*y or ii tr ncio xrac*J« ot from t?5 xo iSfiper •c?NP , *v#Ve w:*n:t four v«Mi. Good tm'D*B9or*cnttFß forTtnaractoiiteaad others. Clinicha.itchooli mo pc-cd society. it la cotv ibc-mo:! improvin'*. Place Bfcfet or Wc&t« ECjrjJiam ABE SKTILISf* AKD “Hebefcntfr wUb trtilcVJiu !b tw. pcrr.afKd. frymacc-x tr.lt bh ffi’ t Ira*, addrtre O ’as K. IAmJIB, \;ntJcid F.-f. CQse, ,utuh rlaad, Se«r Jezfej. FsCM KxronrO? rote* j:ouuw*». auzuccltusaz. ooeotflie®«sfMt'EflTe fe*nl' tracts, ia f£* I POiiUOE. -alWl* C.bClU.a Or ftrajlne. tb»t we Bnowof tus •fftKie:to;»rie» ! * * — r “- 4lc t gAW N ILL AND PINE LAND H'or Sale* PI EE* ? Mrt - n *r ••• Co\ ii»y, c * nWl, “J^r c, i •-Vi? no 01'l.e ti puT».icn cnt^Ter—a.V* « i n «l? lb*>t u cntlU’C tVdT-fiTfl ttJOOMRj 19 ttiWr hucrc, oj jorp ttot-woc la orn'.ore. WtmfcTuitef utb(ibiiii*'sbtsoa , h<i f iciea. mill Jn stibUit*. Tbeccnrißnga ill °* V* Ta, r a * arize i snctr ig ibe rnuoa w* ourt it for tus r&Fcr*bleleiiri6Teoffirfd *drree« LUBUOUB* & fIKSwS, »B*Sp<?SlP. states fcifcsai* 5 S Sill IN PKIZE.-Bv vlrtn- rf a frit of esla, iicuulcntul the Daralct Conrt-oi the Halted io:thcacntscrr.D!*trl»;ioil iiaolß.it Prize, a&tcdca the Sd C»7 of Annul A- D. V®l. win b* K>ld at tpnb tic Bale, to the higbett and heat biodar for cub* ftt Monad City, m e&id Ultwict. on the att car of An* rort, A- U. 16£*. at 20 o'clock a m-, tn« folio «IQC <U imbed piopetty, to wit; A lot of Pig Iron contain* tr-y about l»u)Q Icni: tha same hiTing leea ordered to) the Court to be told for tbo benefit of whom It oxaj concern. D.L.PHTTILIPB, u ersnrerzzu>,]lL a A«£.l,Ut4. U.B.Ht»bftl* & utoMt&t OHlicaga tribune. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Si, 1801. OUR PARIS LETTER. Tlio Reception of tlic Mexican Kmpe ror—sl exicanj affairs—Napoleon ami 7«Vtiirl Eilcjactio-Tlie uraad Opera House—l*caco Hauers. * (From ocr Special Correspondent.) Pams, Friday, 5, ISM. The pßgefi o! the ATmif-wr have been filled lor some days past with glowing and almost fabulous recounts of the reception of the new Emperor of Mexico in his cipital, and ol the enthusiasm of his subjects for a sovereign whom they have scarcely yet ectn. To ench a height have these feelings, indeed, risen (if we may believe the French official organ) that the municipality of the city have (already!) desired to erect a marble arch in honor of Maiimi'llio I! This is pretty strong “enthusiasm” lor a b:gln n!ng, and there is no saying to what length the testing may proceed if properly devel oped by c tfaclal Influence! As it is, the pop. ular “emotion” seems to have been raised sufficiently high; and their Mexican majes ties are described as entering the capital and “ taking possession of the pUace and throne ofMonUznma” amidst a display of stan dards and streamers, and garlands of flowers and triumphal arches, snch as'bad never be fore been exhibited in the streets of Mexico. The triumph «l French arms and of French dlj.lomacv if, of course, represented as 1 being most complete. The Mar quis ce M'onlholon, the first French minister appointed to the new court, was received •with open arms, and “ delivered to the E a perer cn autographic letter ot Napoleon Ilf, in reply to that which had notified to him the acccsslbn ot thb Archduke Maximilian to the throne of Mexico i” Toe said Napoleon Hlbtiig supposed by a diplomatic fiction, lobe entirely ignorant of the event in educa tion until it wj a “ notified” to him by the said letter! Napolton IIHs a great stick ler for form and toe due observance of court etiquette; and truly, if the new Mexican Em pire can be consolid ited by such flummery, tnomib bos been lavished on Us inauguration to moke it stand to alt eternity! A more imjortant statement made by. the jUbwiVewr Is to the effect that thcforelgnlegion in Mexico has already reached, the ef fective force of IG.OCO men, and that a great portion of the French troops will leave at the end of next month. Iho fcwrof this morelr.g also aveta than 2.0D0 men have been raised for the legion In Bn gium. The greatest efforts, wo are told, will be mi de to encourage the production of cot ton In Mexico; and as a proof of returning prosperity, 5,009.000 of piastres have already been sent from the capital to Vcr-t Cruz. According to the Mmittvr of this morning, the customs receipts of the same country have risen from TOO COO piastres in January last to 1,210,000 inJnne. Sncharc the highly colored pictures by which the French Impe rial Government seeks to justify Its Mexican policy In the ejc.B ol this country, and per enade France to approve of what has been cere already and agree to whatever further may be found necessary in the fntur?. 1 mentioned recently to your read ers the cc«r Grand Opera which Is building in Paris at such immense c-gt Sir ots’ervatlons prove to be just ioropx to a letter of the Emperor on toe subject, which appeared yesterday, and bos caused tome censation and amusement me Emperor writes to his Minister of toe Flue Arts Marshal Ysiliard. to say that he feels distressed, while “ enjoying his repose at Vichy.” to think that so many millions are b' ing expended on a theater, while the first stone ot the new City Hospital, so long promised, has not yet been laid; aad he begp the Minister to brush up the memory of the Prelect of Paris, as regards the sa*d hospita*, nj.d “ remove the reproach” to whici his government may bo open, if a pUcc of amusement be finished Dsfore a place ot charity be begun, Peoule here are making, very xt-erry with this letter and with the littkeonotfe t?uatie (literally speaking) Which it discloses between the Emperor, the Min ister std the Prefect. Because everyone knotfs that the rebuilding of the Grand Opera ras, and Is a pet scheme and bit of extravagance perpetrated expressly by the Emperor and the Prefect, in solte of the remonstrances and objections both ol the Municipal Council and the Finance Commi'tcc of the Corys Legialatif. And now his Majesto turns round ancLnomlnally, reproaches Baron Uaussmao, the Prefect, lor “building theaters faster than bos.itals!” The joke is quite seen through, and ismide the most of by tbe Paris wits. Of course the real object of the letter is to avoid un popularity and carry favor with the masses of the population, by seeming to be ever in tent upon and mindful of their interests. Bnt, 1 fancy, the new Grand Opera will go on just the same, and the new hospital will have to wait till there are funds to build It! IVe have juet received further Information respecting the pretended “negotiations for peace,” naid to be entered into with tbe enth. and learnt, as every reasonable man supposed would be the case, thut they were all “fudge.” The consequence have be.-n another uownfall In tbe temporary elation created amongst our Southern sympathizers. FROM K4SHVILLB. Latest from tbo \TJieelep Balfl-Abnte v ribo amnesty Oath-Poor Beil atm urowii. [From Oar Sped*! Correspondent.! Nashville, Aag. T.*, 1534. The Wheeler raid, allhough productive of eome damage, was, In every sense of tbo word, a JttUnre. Not more than 100 instead of 1,200 cattle were captured, and the rail road was repaired In three hours. I suppose there is nn doubt of the wounding of Gen. Stcdman at GrajsvlUc; but the reads were hepten badly, and fled to too eastward. Kotr e, too, which was temporarily occupied by them, la now in possession of our forces, and the telegraph nires are in working order to the front. A rumor is prevalent hero tb»t a force of considerable magnitude had passed Charles* ton, East Tennessee, either ior a raid on Knoxtille, or Into Eastern Kentucky, hut I put no frith In the story—it doubtless arose from the presence of some guerilla bands In the mountains, ■who make occasional de scents on unprotected localities for purposes ol plunder. Nothing has been done, that I may devel- at the front, though the public must not suppose Sherman has been idle. Bood re mains as stubborn as ever, bnt far less reck less than before bis late defeats, for such everybody calls them lu Atlanta, m defiance of Hood’s declaration that he had won a vie tory. ABUSE OP THE A2INESTT OATH. 1 am glad that the President has manifested a determination to modify tbe the applica tion of the amnesty oath lu Tennessee. If anyone could witness, as I do, tbe manner in which it is habitually broken by the clii -21 ns of this vicinity, he would, with me. re joice if the proclamation were withdrawn. The oath is taken merely as u matter of business —merely to save their property. Scarcely do these penitents, these galvaoized Union men. leave the Provost Marshal’a of fice before they are contriving hous t> cvuls SCTT.C <j' the (Jjlirjatiojt* they hive, tzksti upon tlurrsfltts. Few of them but have friends iu the rebel army, at d With these they corres pond continually, in a clandestine manner, notwithstanding they might write by flag of truce. Then why this smuggling ot letters? Because they contain information to the en emy, which would not be allowed to pass by a fleg of truce. Nor is this all. These veiy men arc con stauUy smuggling to these same relatives and friends all kinds of clothing, and, when they can, pistols and ammunition. I will illustrate, by on example; A man who has taken half a dozen oaths of oil- glance, dec., has a son on General Hood’s body guard. A short lime since he received a letter from the young man, in which was the following sentence: “Get me a pair of boots made as soon as you can, as mine are worn out. Gen. Hood says we will soon be in.Nashville, when 1 will get them; or if that, is not thecise,! will get them through the lines somehow.” The man was so elated at tbe prospect of the capture of Nashville, that he—he is a very loud talker—could not keep the secret, but told it to some friends—exactly such Union men as Llu-eelf—snd the party grew so bois terous over it, that a Union man overheard, not only what they said, but heard them read the letter. One-half of those who have taken the am nesty here, publicly rejoice, when there are no provost guards present, at every reverse to the Union aims; are always prophesying success to the rebels and tbe rebellion. Is it surpi icing that Union menher<r, I mean those who ore truly patriotic,- should urge upon the President the withdrawal of the amnesty t reclamation. rOOB BELL AJJB BROWS. Jno. Bell and Neill S Brown have left At lanta and gone to a place of greater safety. I ajn not positively informed of ihtir present Whereabouts, but believe they will land dual ly at Colum Ms, S. C. They are both disap pointed and feci keenly that the rebels, after using them, have abandoned and now des pise them. They might have stood forth, resisted the torrent of secession and bc-n to-day honor cd among men; but Imtctd they yielded to the popular curient, eacrlQccd honor and d Q |y 6ud they f.re'uot only exiles from their homes, hut are solitary among these whom th« v have served. In this pouncctWn I cannot forbear relatlog omTatecdotc of Neill S, Brown, as It Ulus tittea the manner in which leading Union men were purchased by tbo secessionists in i I£CO-Cl* Alter the tall of Sumter, the low Uidon men in Nashville were utterly unor cuiilztd. and holding a secret .meeting they rtaolvea to apply to Mr. Bro»a, won, it wai leLcvcd tvmpatblz.d wiHiUicoi.auaaccord 'n!i'•• a was oppo:jjle-l lo on 111 Tlk.v rcprefcnted that their, tUnatiou tret becoalac desperate; that tte Union men matt c'lbtr ana for ream-ace. or be crashed. Thus ataud that they bad arms but no lead c.-\ and that they de.-lred him to act la that dolt; I’U lead yon; by you and the Union at all .hazards, -was Mr. Bu?tbe eS ?l°u e of the committee became knows, somehow to the Governor; he Imme diately etui for him and bought him over to the interest of the scMßslonWa by.-pyioe lam. a petition on the State Military Board. Such were the fascinations of office I From tbslhour ho wasamong thu most violent oi the rebels: but verily he has found ma re word* ' • - INDIANA AFFAIRS. D. W. Vooriiees and the 0. 4. K -- Spicy Letter from General Carrington. Very Significant tonih-e’Correspondence Ventila ted—letters irom Vallandig ham, Wall, Pendleton, aid Others- l Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. 1 ] Indianapolis, Aug. 30. Some time since copies ot tbe ritual of t ie 0. A. K- were foundln the office of D. IV. Voorhees, at Terre Haute, which naturally led to tbe inference that they were the prop erty ol D. W. Voorhees. He has made a denial to Col. R W. Thompsoo'and to Qcn. Carrington, which occasioned the following reply. That *‘lll6 people may know the truth” and judge for themselves, we lay It before onr readers: • *■ LSTTZB FBOSS Ots. H B. CABSXXOTON TO U. W. TOORnZES. ISDIAKAPOLia, led., Aug.lC, ISCL JTon. D. IT. Voorhet», Member u, 3. congress, 7'trreEau'e, 2nd.: Ibave received from yoaa.copyof your letter to Col. B. W. Thompson, Provost Marshal, aad hJ« reply. The following laconic note accom panies them: “ Get. Cabbxkotos : *As yon published this falsehood in the newspapers, 1 shall expect yoa to correct it as Col. Thompson has oone. D. w. Vooanßßs,” The assumption In the above is groundless. Your name is not mentioned bv nie In ray reports, neither have •! published anything about yon whatever. , . . Y<.n insist upon my answering yonr note to Col. Thompson. The points you make are: Ist. “Teat the office in which it is said these papers were lonnd, had not been occupied bv you, or by any one connected with von, or been in any way under vonr control since last November.' 2d. Yon“ desire to ascertain whether tbe cir cumstances connected with the discovery of those papers in that office led to the supposition that > ou placed them there, or was oven aware of their existence I” ... Y<m desire this, 44 that the people may know the tnith,” end 44 not that yoa attach any particular importance to the documents.” „ _ _, Toe papers referred to are 112 copies of the El tnnlot the O. A. K., a treasonable Order, aiming to overtern the Government of the United States, of which yon are a member. The gentlemen who found 41 these papers,” told me the? were found In your office.. The foUowingaro “.omo of the circnmstaoces,” that led me io »cppose that they were correct in the supposition: Year law library and office fcraltnro were in tbe office where “ these papers” taro iotmd. You bed o edited re-nomicallou for Congress, and the office was reported as not lur rent, a* late as April, I&C4. The Uitualhad been issued in the autumn, of Your Congressional documents werein the office where “these were fonnd. Yonr speeches, dp .to March, of your entire Con gressional career, with the “John Brown” speech, were In the office where “there papo s” wereiound. The correspondence of Senator Wall, of New Jer sey, under his trank, Indors’ng a proposition to famish yon with i 0,0; 0 stand of Garibaldi rifles jnstlmported, 4 ‘for which he could vouch, 4 ’ was m the office where these papers were fated. Tbe correspondence of C. L. Vallanogham, from Windsor, C. W„ asstxrfcg yoa “our people will fight,” and that “he is ready,” and fixing a point ou ‘•tbe Lima road” at 4 * which to meet you,” was in the office where these papers were found. The correspondence of Joseph Ilistine. Auditor of ttite. declaring that *• he would like to see all Democrats unite in a hold and open resistance to all attempts to Keep ours a united people by force oi B'cd,'’and that “this was a war against the Deinocracv, and our only hope was the successful re<-ibumco'ot the South,” was in the office where these papers were round. ... The correspondence of Geo. H*i. Pendleton which states that Etheridge's plan to organza Congress,viz: “toelect himself Clerk and Cox as Speaker, 4 ’ 44 though he (Pendleton) will not fa cilitate the re-nomination of auymanas Clerk whose procramme is for hit defeat as Speaker,’ 4 “suggesting to you to have it whispered in the carol Etheridge, to reciprocate favors and oppo sition. 14 and oo this autkcritatiuly* hut not as irom him, &c., was in the office where “ these pa pers ” were found. The correspondence of J. McDonald, .who bad an inteivlcw with Fciktus, 44 in 000 of his (Perkins 4 ) lucid intervals 4 with regard to * 4 the discovery of the Nonhwefct passsgc” by Perkins, far which he claimed the credit, etc., was in the office where 4 * these papers ” were found. The correspondence of J3. C. Hlbbcn, who assures you that 44 the Democracy are fast stiffening up, when this war is to be openly d:clarcdos being waged for the porpo-e oi freeing the negro,*’ “which-willarodtCanother section of the coun try to arms,” and declaring “that Lincoln bayc ntis ate shouldered for cold-blooded murder, 44 was In tbe office whete these papers were found. The correspondence of J.uardes'.y, who *. 4 wants yea to have that hundred thousand men rcidy, as we do ret know how soon wo may need them, 14 was in the office where this ritual was found. Tuc correspondence of J. J. Bingham who aaks you “If you thtpk tbe South has resources enough to keep the Union forces at bay, 44 and cays that “you must have sources of information which he h&s not, 44 was in the office were “these papers 44 were found. * The correspondence of John G. Davis, inform ing too that a certain New York Journal “Is wonderfully exercised about secret anti-war movements, asd tremble In their boots In view of the terrib c reaction which is euro to await them, 44 was in the office where 44 these papers 14 were found. The correspondence of W. S. Walker, who 4 ‘ keeps out ot the way because they are trying to arrest him for officiating In secret eocietfes, 4 ’ in closing the oath oi the XG. C. 4 *, prior to that of the O. A. K„ was in the office where 44 these pa pus” were found. _ The petition of C. L. Yallandlgham, D. W. Voorhees and Benjamin Wood in favor of two Depuhl cs, and a united South, was m the office where “these papers 4 ’ were fonnd. The correspondence of Campbell, who says the “Democracy was once not afraid to let their pur nos*- ont to daylightbut that 44 now it Is deemed best to wofk in secret, and asking your consent.” were m the office where 4 * these papers 4 ’ were found. . • The correspondence of E. Etheridge, Cierk of tbe House ot Bcpreecntatives, riving official no tice that “ yonr credentials as member of theSSth CoDgre?s have been received and filed in the prop er office,” and for you 44 to come ou,” was in the office where “thesepapere” were found. And so of B. W. Hanna, who wonts a good place in the resnlar army; and so of Hannegan, and so ofW. J. Pierce, wbo* 4 willshow »be Beasts that Ltuccln has tamed out to be monstert fulSftij” anb so of Bigger and I »evlln and Dodd, &c, who?e acid correspondence was in the office where these papers wens found, - * These are some oi 44 the circumstances 4 thatled me xo believe that 4 * these paoere,” the Ritual of the O. A. K./wcre found in your office. 1 looked upon these circumstances as a plain Juror might be supposed to do, and not as a states man, and innocently t-nppesod that such papers as tbe?e. If spared from the fire, would be in posses sion of the owner, and that the office of the owner would bo the place where these papers would be r °And yet, with Colonel Thompson,! cheerfully accept y onr denial, and so respond as you request, “that the people may know the truth. Your well-wisher, Uxnnr B. CTmtniGToyr. It v?DI be remembered that some time elncc a number of pamphlet copies of the ritual ol the treasonable order called the O. A. K. (Order of American Knights) was found In-the law ofllce of Daniel W, Yoor necs. Voorhees denied all knowledge of then}} and made a written demand on Gen. Carrington that he should absolve him from the charge. In response the General lets fly the following thunderbolts in the shape of a portion of Voorhees 1 correspondence with bis lellow traitors: J, HARDESTY, OP HARRISONBURG, VIRGINIA, TO HIS NEPHEW DANIEL W. VOORHEES. Harrisonburg, Feb’y 27,1801. Mu DcarKephcw: 9 * * * * * * « Wc wont you to bold 100,030 men in readi ness, as we do not know how soon wo may want them. * * * [Slgced] Address on envelope. Hon. Dak’l Voobiiees, Terre Hante, Indiana. SENATOR ‘WALL, OP NEW JERSEY, TO DAN. VOOIiHEES —ARMS FOII TOORHEE3’ ARMY OF 100,CCO MEN. Losa BnAKcn, Aug. Slat, 18G3. M}f Diar Sir: I enclose yon two letters from a man by the name of Carr,-in relerenceto arms. A letter directed to hiia simply Philadelphia Will reach him. lean vouch for the excel lent quality and great efficiency of the rifles. Yours in haste, James W. Wall. Envelope endorsed r [Free.] Jamzs W, Wall, TJ. S. S. Hon. Daniel Voorlie: e, Terre Haute, Indiana, Pcst-mark. Long Branch, N. J., August 23. E. W. CAKh TO HON- JAMES W. WAU* PmuLDBLnoA, August 14, ISC3. lion. James W. Wall:. Deab Bns: -Tour letter, 'with one enclosed at out rifles bos been received. If the parties wish to buy them, the best wav would bo for them to haye some one in New York ap pointed to purchase them and comer with you and me. * 1 am satisfied that It is the very article they want, and as yon know all about them you can “speak by the card” You have seen the article tried and no doubt are well satia ted that it will speak loudly in a good cause. We will sell them in bond for sl4, and I have no doubt that if the proper, coarse is pursued, the duty can be remitted. The rifles are better tnd cheaper than anything ever oflered in ibis country, or made here, and os good os any ever Imported. We challenge a comparison with any rifle execution what ever. There are shout twenty thousand rifles, and we desire to scllthem-all ut once. They area great bargain, and are worth to-day more lu Europe than we Oder to sell them for here. The price of fire-arms will advance within a jtor at least S3 per cent, as arms are in tie* n>avd all over Europe. As you know, there is no more effective arm in the world than ttle. I am with, great respect, • . Yours truly, . • (Signed) E. W. Caub. J. 3. BINGHAM 70 DAN VOORIIEES—HAVE THE tOCIH RESOURCE ENOUGH TO KELP THE UNION FORCES AT BAT ? Indianapolis, July 11,186 L yDiar Viorlees : I should like jour private opinion as to ♦lie procpccts of r flairs go that I may hivc foiLehstld to go upon. Do you think the, South have resources enough to keep the Union forces at bay, and Anally force a re cognition dl their IndepcndeDcc, or will Lincoln's army crush tbcm out ? You ouUt have sources oi information which I have t.nr. to enable yon to form some opinion upon these, mailt is. Jf too Co’iffrsai')7.al Gto'ig and Appendix is published and bound, I should be obliged to you /or a set, and any other public docu rnente of general interest I think there is a reaction taking place in Indiana in reference to the war, and Mr. Lincoln’s message and Chase’s to port will aU it Let me beer from you at your earliest convenience. What Is Morton ' doing in Washington? Yours truly, (Signed) , J. J. Bingham, t. JOS. JUSTINE TO DAN. YOOEIIEES —THIS DEM ; ' OCRACT OF THE NORTH .‘‘PLATED . OCT,’* UNLESS THE SOUTH SUCCEED. - Cotxkoton, JimeS(},lSll* " Dear Daniel— Yon are soon to assume a position which U fraught 'with untold BpoDßlbUitles. < I regard the fata of hundreds ol iDooaoune of urea or freemen, and the consequent misery entailed, dependent upon the action of the ensuing called session of Congress. I confess I fear its action. The more I look at the movements of this Ad* ministration, the more I become satisfied that this Government, under the form it has hitherto existed, is of the things that were. The movements at Baltimore and Bt. Louie, on the part ot the military, satisfy me that an Mtcmnt will he made to place ths wbolc country unficr military rule; tbit all the means of the Government will be employed to arm. the minions of the Administration, and to disarm all opponents; that an abso lute of terror will be inaugurated, and when tfie means ot resistance of the masses are removed a military despotism will rale until all State rights under their constitu tional oieaL.izaUoDS shall have been abolish* ed and a monarchy absolute or limited estab lished The men receiving position at the handsef Mr, Lincoln and the Kepuolicin Goverrett of the North are not the Chirac- Ure to whom I would like to trust my dear est rights. They are the men whose lust for power would soon overlook ail else thin their own aggrandisement. The encceteful resistance of the South I regard as the only safety for us of the North —should she ho overwhelmed woo bellies us who have dared to oppose the policy of this administration. • Daniel—a Democrat of the North who dares to oppose the policy of the present leaders is a* much bated as those of the South and I look upon this war as much and more a war upon the Democracy than anjthlng else. Tlls Government could never be subverted under Democratic rule, and every appeal is I noW being made to the patriotism ol our people to sustain the Constitution, the Union and the Stars and Stripes, while the Consti tution the laws and the rights of the citizen ere being ruthlessly-trampled underfoot. In the position you are soon to occupy, I would by no means counsel withholding the necessary supplies from the army, but I would "like to see all Democrats unite in an open and bold resistance to all attempts to keep ours a united people by the force of steel. It the wisdom of our fathers, aided by our own experience, cannot keep us united, it is Idle to talk of maintaining the Union.- A State forced to obedience at tbe.polnt of the bayonet, I regard as' much and more a subversion of the Government than se cession * itself, hence I see nothing bat dissolution, and humanity, justice, and common sense ;to my mlad. dictates & peaceable , separation. I have no doubt worried you, and shall close bv hoping that some Moses miy arise to extri'cite us from our woes, that your mis sion may be a pleas.nt one, that you may re turn to your constituents and friends as did Noah’s dove to the ark, bearing emblems ot peace to a distracted country. My respects to Ed. and your family, tod bless you, Daniel. _ Tour friend, (Signed) Jos, Ristike. p S— Much less excitement hers; but lit tle said. Men sre beginning to talk of costs and consequences. > J. R. JOSEPH E. iI’DONALD TO DAN. VOOKHEE3— HALLUCINATIONS AND INSANITY OF JUDGE PEPSINS. Indianapolis, Nov. 14,1863, Hod, D. W. Toorbets: • Deak Friend— 'Your favor per Brown Ire celved. I did all that could bo done for the boy, and that was to have him sent back to bis company without being regarded os a de serter, until the President shall modify his proclamation suspending tbe wilt of habeas corj.vf. lf*a woman should be sworn into the service, there la no power to discharge her but the War Deportment, and that never acts in any caeo where humanity mikes tbe call. As to Perkins, you will have learned from onr mutual friend Dowling, that we have had an Interview with the Judge, and found him feiijojli g a lucid Interval, and fully aware of the hallucination nndar which he hia lately been laboring, but I don’t sec justboif he can right hlmstll. i thick he will bs per manently cured ot hia* insanity In time, but it may t&ke lime. Of course it is not necessary for me to siv to you that I know no more of the senti ments of his letter until I saw it in tbe pub lic papers thin yon did. If be had seat bis letter to me, and not tbe editor of the r.cl, It would not have seen tne light of day In that shape; but be seemed to thick hj hEffdl'coveica the Northwest passage, and wtntcd the whole benefit of the discovery; and consequently he had to give this thing to *be public at once. When 1 see you wo Will talk at length on these mutters, as I want a long talk with you before you go to Wash ington. Respectfully your friend, [Signed] J. E. McDonald, tbe condition of tse Important Letter fr»m Gen; Truman Seymour* To the Editor of the Herald: New York, Anp. 13. IBGi. I have jnet received tbe folio wing moat Inp letter irem Uen. Truman Seymour. .As it la of the greatest cenncqaeiice wc should know jast the condition of tho South. I Leg yoa will publish it. Qcn Seymour is an old West Point officer, sta tioned many years at the South, was with Geo. Anderson at Sumter in tbe beginning of the war, and knows the Southern people well. He was one of the Union generals placed under the fire at Charleston, ondhas just been released. He H a brave, tine soldier, devoted to the Union, and, aitboush accused of too close adherence to his old principles as a Democrat, he proved by bis plucky speech to the rebels at Uordonsvllle that he was every inch loyal to the old flag. Yours, 4c„ W. E. Dodge, Jr, OEK. SETXOUU’B LETTER. WiuiAilsiowN, Mobs., An?. 15,1861, HtDeak Sib— Von ark lor my impressions of the present condition of tbe Southern Confedera cy, and yon shall bare tbem. For tbe benefit of oar cause, I wish they might be impressed upon every eonl in the land, thu the confidence begot ten ot my three months’ observations In the inte rior of the South might be shared by every man who has the least connection with this etrarglo; and I am sure that these opinions are not pecaitar tomyecif. Every one of the fifty officers fust ex changed will expsess the same: every one of our men, whether from tbe Jails of Charleston or the pc c 9 of Macon and Andereonvllle, will confidently tell the same story. Toe rebtl cause is fast failing from exhaustion. Their two grand armies have been reinforced this tutnmer from the last resources of the South. From every corner of the Imd every old man and every boy capable of bcarins a rifle has been lm pieseid, wUiingty or tmwilllnely, and hurried to the iront. Lee s army was the first so strengthen ed. It was ot the expense of Hood’s. Governor Brown told the truth with a plainness that was very bitter; but it was none toe less truth. Lot ’me extract a few prominent statements from bis proclamation of Jnly 0, addressed to tbo reserved militia of Georgia: - “a late correspondence with the President of the Confederate States satisfies my mind that Georgia is to be lett to her own resources to sup ply the reinforcements to General Johnston’s army, which ere Inoifipenrahle to the protection of Atlanta, and to prevent the State being over run by tbe overwhelmin'? numbers now tinder tbe command ot tbe Federal General upon our soil. “ But there is need of farther reinforcements, as will te seen by the accompanying letter of General Johnston. * • * and u becomes my duty to csll oat every man in the 8:alo liable to bear arms, as fast as they can be armed, to*aid lu the defease of oar homes and altars and the graves of oar ancestors. .... “If the Confederate Government will not send the large cavalry force (now engaged in raiding and repelling raids) to destroy the long line of railroads over which General Sherman brings his soppllts from Nashville, and thus compel him to retreat with tbelossofmoßtof bis army,'the peo ple ol Georgia, who have already been drawn upon more heavily in proportion to population than those of any other State io the Confederacy, moat, st alt hazards and at any sacrifice, rash to the front. “If General Johnston's army is destroyed, the Gt)l States ore thrown open to the enemy, and we are rained.” There mast, indeed, have been desperate weak ecsd when Georgia, and the Southern cause with It, were so neglected that Lee’s army miihtbe made equal to UlO task ofholdlog Grant to the Po tomac or the James; and the people of the South are Intelligent enough to understand and appre ciate the tact, and they have lost heart accordingly. The following Is trom a letter written by one rebel tp another, that accidentally fell into the hands of one ol my fellow prisoners, and lor the authenticity of which I vouch: “Very few persons are preparing to obey the U*e call of the Governor Bis summons will meet wlthnoreepotsobere. The people are eool sick and heartily tired of this hateful, hopeless strife. “They would end It if they could; but oar would-be rulers wjtl race good care that no oppor tunity be given the people to vote against it. By \ lies, by Rand and by chicanery ibis revolution . was inaugurated: by force, bytyrmuyandbysup- \ pression of truth it Is sustained. It is nearly i tm.ethai.ii ebonidend; and of sheer depletion it must eitii bciorc long. We have bad enough of want und ot woe, enough of cripples and corpses. There Is uo abundance of bereaved parents, weep ing widows nod oipbaned children In the laud. 1C we can, Ictus not increase the number. The men who, to aggrandize themselves, or to gratify their own political ambition, brought this cruel war upon a peaceful and prosperous country, will nave a fearful account of tneir uisdewdstoa iWonpcd. robbed and outraged people. Barth baa no pomshment sufficiently meet for their villaoy here, and Hell will hardly bo hot enough to scathe them hcrealtcr.” There Is certainly no small proportion of tho .Southern people—despite tho lying declarations of j their Generals, as wc had good occasion to learn— that not only favors the progress of oar arms, but that daily prays that this exterminatin': war may soon be brought to a finality by our complete and perfect success, x ■ They have bad too much of despotism, not enough of the triumph promised them. Mauyin tvHl"entSoutbern gentlemen do Indeed express strong hopes ot their ultimate Independence; but such hope la nut shared by the masses. Disap pointed from the first Innot being acknowledged by foreign powers, more bitterly disappointed in their general expectations thatNortuern cowardice or distension wonld-Eccure their ends, but a single chance remains, and that is the result of our nest election for President. If a Democrat succeeds to Mr Lincoln, they piofgea to feel sure of negotia tions and their confederacy. They believe a Dem ocrat will be elected. In Mr. Lincoln's ro-election they ecu oily subjugation, annihilation; for the war mast then continue, und continuance is their failure und ruin. ... 1- In military affairs it Is sn excellent rule never to do wbnt the enemy desires. Is it not equally true )u Bod ies? Certain it is that tno remaining hone of the Sou'h lies io Mr. Lincoln's defeat. Kowl am not enough of a politician to know whether the election of a Democrat can result as favoniM* to the South as it anticipates. Their with alone may he the parent of their hulluC Bat I assured all who expreeud that belief, that the Nbnb,asaclnss, is as nulled as tho Sooto; th« no Democrat cou.d be elected on a pojee platform, and tout any President who would inaugurate any measure leading to peace, on the basis 01 Southern inofpendcnce, would b>* promptly bong, by loyal acclamation, to tho lamp .post In front of his own Presidential mansion. However that may be, If we are but true to our selves there can be but one result. What wo now need tenser, only men.- Kot substitutes or hire- Ijd-m, >\ho go' fortti with any motive but their .country*j- good, and produce but 'little bejono de precating ocr armies; bat men, such as really constitute the State, end boast of being freemen, and eons ol freemen. If these full to support their country's cause In btr boar of peril, they are nn w'cnbv of cut tinulbi- trtuim:n, ami ebuuid i>lu-h tver lb exercise a .freeman'* privileges. But if •btnniles be paid let it be in Southern land, not In Northern go.d, and atmlcs of emigrants, whose f cn« may aspire to win the role of tfco nation, will cross the sees to win the broad acres that disloy al has forfeited to-the SUta. To every Intebl gentfoldlei‘whoha« fought through all these in decisive campHtpna,on almost nun’ierltsß indo-. cieive fields, the question continually arises, with louchlig force, why. wo do notover*heitn our enemies. - Tens of thousands ofllvca are lost because our -nay of strength is so dir proportionately lo?s than that against which wc Everywhere wa meet on nearly equal terms, when «ro mi*ht as we;i have funr to one. Thucust to n» tn blood and ‘treasure of a prolonged war can hardly be fore seen: the economy Is infinite, of such an effort aa the clorioua North should put forth.} _ . , , Tbe Sooth will fight-aa long aa. the struggle *8 equal. Tt will submit to such proponderimce a?.vye ; should ebow moiety field, - • J. Hardest?. Glance it me »nmmer 8 campaigns If Sherman bad bat fiUy or •areiuj-flje. thoueamd more the South'would be lo»t, wouldbe annihilated. If MeadobMmoved in thaspno,, with reserves of seventy-five tj ®“® Band men, Lee wo aid hare been hopelessly crash ed. Even at this moment a third colama of forty to fllty thousand men, rigully moveJ, w<mld tnjc unopposed blows to the confederacy from which see could nerernse, a , .. *• fM« »*» What folly, then, to strangle on in tnu way, when we can send to the field hvo already there. What weakness to think we can notcooqucr ihe South. Bcaind the Jamw only toys aad old men are to be seen, while here men tnv end sell as in th** olden d-ijs of quiet, and regi ments of able todied citizens crowd the streets or oT Theieiß but one course eonalstrat with North ern safety and honor.. Let the people awake to a sense of their dlghitv and glrenath, ana a lew month* of comparatively tridin? exertion of such effort ob alone la worthy of toe great North, ana the rebellion will crumble before ns. riiimw draft promptly and willingly, with good ana true mco, tend a few spare thousands over rather than under the call, and the summer ana of IBoowui shine opt n a regenerated land. ( There are eome who speak of race. Ot allTau keea the Southron most scorns those who do not Cgrt, but are clad enough to employ them, gather do their slaves, to perform their dirty work, peace for the South will he eweet Indeed : for a?, except through Southern subjugation. bat anarchy and war forever. The Pacific, the Western, the Eastern States would at onco fail asunder. The ‘South would be dominant, and the people of the KortU would deserve to he driven afield, under * negro owners, to hoe com and cotton for Southern master*. But no faint-hearted cr shortsighted policy can set aside the eternal decrees of the Almighty, who has planted no line of division between the Atlan tic and tbe Western deserts —between the-great lakes and the Gulf of Mexico—that signify His will that we should be separated; and unless bo separ ate® peace is a delusion, erd its advocacy & trea son against the wisest and holiest Interests of our connuy. It has been with a trust that renewed nope and vicor might be given—when vigor and hope are needful—thatl hare written, and you have my consent to using this as you please; and 1 am, very trnlv, yours, ' • Tbtculk Setmour, Brigadier General United States Volunteers, To W. E. Dodge. Jr.. Esq., New York. The State of Illinois has been re-erccted into a military district, and placed under command ot Brigadier General Halbert E. 3?»ine, with his in this city. General Paine is from ■Wisconsin, and served with great distinction in Louisiana, during the campaigns of 1862 and 1803, having been severely wounded in leading an assault (lur ing the Edge of Port Hudson, He arrived in this city on Saturday, and enters at once up on the duties of bis command. The need of a district commander in this State has long been apparent, in view of the large number of troqps constantly parsing to and from the field, as well as In view ot the presence of rebel enemies, as shovn in the outrages so frequently perpetrated with in tbe laewcw weeks in some of the central counties of the State. The forwarding of re cruits to the field under the late call for SCO,COO men, arriving the next few weeks, will greatly increase the business of tbe mil itary authorities. On Tuesday, at Paterson, N. J., a murder was committed, tho circumstances attending which develop a case of. youthful depravity almost incredible. An infant two years old, the daughter of Mr, Hnrlbort, was seized upon by two children named Long, sisters, aved respectively nine and thirteen years, stripped entirely naked, and finally thrown headlong into a welL The juvenile murder ers confess the crime, and say that they brought tbe child to the house of their pa rents with no other covering than a shawl, and that tbe oldest girl, Emma Jane, threw it into tbe well. After commuting the deed, they ion into the house, but shortly after ward returned to tho well, and looked Into it. At that time tbe child was still olive, and its struggles were plairly perceptible.' The family of the Longs consist of a man and wife, five girls and ahoy. The boy is lcckcd{up for stealing,*wc believe, twenty dol lars from a store in pAten-on. Tbe toy Is between thirteen and fifteen, and is a bad fel low. In fact tho yvbole family bear a bad mutation. Long and -bis wife fight and quarrel, and we are informed get drunk; Tho dc stltnnion of this family may be understood when onr readers[learn that the children have been seen entirely naked a better part of the day, when their only clothing was being washed and dried. Two of the gins not long since took the shoes off from a little girl la the street, and made away *with them,for their own baby at home as was supposed, and it was perhaps tbe Idea of getting the little “ Franky’a'’ frock for their own baby, about tbe size and age of the murdered child, TVhhh suggested the foul murder. SOUTH. Illinois a military District* fFiom the Springfield State Journal, 22d.l Child fiiorder at Paterson, If* JT. STATE NEWS; The gome season is opening briskly In Will county. Chickens are very abundant. On Friday morning lost Hiram Cooley’s warehouse at Joliet was discovered to be on fire. The flames rapidly spread, communi cating to the warehouse of Ahij-UCagwln and the lumber yard of E. Blanchard. Cag win & Cooley’s warehouses were entirely de stroyed. The lumber yard was damaged about SI,OOO. Cooley’s warehouse was own ed by Joseph Einstein, of Chicago. Tho en tire loss Is over $20,000. The Utli Illinois were mastered oat at Camp Butler on Saturday last. Dr. Babb, of Peoria, was very severely in jured on Saturday morninglast by u fill from his carriage. Michael D. Gregory, ono of the old settlers of Shelby couuty7dted on the 18th inst. All the growing crops and fall pastures of Shelby county are la fine condition. jtgTThe Richmond Sent i-c’ of tbe 17th lest, contains the following order Issued by the rebel War Department, encouraging de sertions frem the Union army: Aw’t and Inspector Gen.’s Office, » HiciutOND, Va., Aug. 13, 18GL j General Orders No. C3.—lt having been repre sented to the War Department that there are num ber* of foreigner entrapped br artifice and fraud into tbe military and naval service of tbe United States who would gladly withdraw from further participation in the Inhuman warfare waged against a people who have never given them a pre text tor hostility, and that there are many inhabit ants of the United States now retained in that ser vice against their will, who are averse to aiding la the unjutt war now beiug prosecuted agala«*t the Confederate States; and it is belngalso known that these men are prevented from abandoning such compulsory service by the difficulty they ex perience In escaping therefrom, it it ordered that sl> such persona coming within the lines of the Con federate armies shall bo received, protected and supplied with menus of subsistence until each of them as desire it can be forwarded to tbe moat con- I venient points on the border, where all facilities I will be afforded them to return to their home?, I ißy order.) B. Cooper, A. A General. New l*aper making Process, IFrom tbe Boston Transcript.! 'We understand that a gentleman of this city, who has already successfully introduced many improvements in the manufacture of fibrous and felted goods, has patented a pro* cess for making paper stock from llix, wool, or other fibrous materials, by which it is claimed that one-half the chemicals now used will be saved, and that good stock may be made for less than six cents per pound. Pa per mukers will understand the importance of the saving in chemicals, which is one of the heaviest items ot expenditure In making paper stock. As yet nothing has been done to put the new process into practical opera tion, or even to test its merits, the time and attention of the inventor being absorbed by bis other extensive business operations. But the attention of printers, paper makers and capitalists cannot fall to be drawn to any improved process which holds cat a hope of egam supplying cheap paper, and It Is possi ble that we may soon see a revolution la paper manufacture. A Good Nosalnatlon. Wo are glad to notice that the Union men of Tazewell county have put our friend Qeo. tt. Harlow in nomination for re-election os Circuit Clerk. Harlow is emphatically a live man in the Union ranks. He was one of the original designers and founders of theU, L. A, as the organization now exists through out the country, and has been Secretary oi the Illinois State Council since Us first form ation. He Is an indefatigable worker, and not only the people of Tazewell county are interested in his election, bat tho Union men of the whole Slate, We arc glad to hear that, with au active canvass on our part, success IrjjTtzeweU county at the coming election is quite certain.—i ßoria Tratucript. jgUscellanwus TOIMST SOAPS, MAHUFACTDRILD BT J. C. HULL’S SON-, 32 Pnrli Bow, Wow lork, INCLtJDINS EVSIET BT7LE OF Honey Soap, Glycerin Soap, Windsor Soap, Palm Soap, Up' Wild of one bundle d styles of Toilet Soaps, and for sale by most cealoia laCalcayo, aa’-ofO gq-K-wAr . TOEAT THE COUHTET ■ ■ . W-A.NTS, And How to RfJake Sfoney. To yen that know of the icrtnnas made by mean* ftc'nimoffconc cftia recast iivsniions—tue new inz Maenlne or tbs Rs a-er and Mow.'*, for instates— and wonUH?et“ emnl*’a»tettuwß cff-trsos.il (mb leo: toomodeic’e ilcscsafco tbs exzlndvu right to mannucltrc aid stum tie Northern Statet, COMSTOCK’S ROBRY SPIDER, ■ A Substitute for the Plow, cn ttsiEstbatwitb c a p!tal rod ratsrsT’sawlllliiiure 9 tcccesz beretofore naknowa in thshlitory of mvtn- has been fully proven by sale nno incceitfolnat luiba Csld Hu past two eeasora. ciea'.mc odnoend wo *ra nnojossjtd so rasp y Its ntiiitr la ftfi-ter, end the field upca to it* nao is l^‘>tr.tlan>a«tofibaßeaper end Miwrr.tbe man itcinte cl wbvluor the harvest of I£B* l« estimated ry IP* commissioner of Patent* to number ninety viirtm.xCCueJitn** • , We will atil 86 above prct-cie. , cr sell Ues :«in* tar*—zot lets than a Mate, Will so Imo ao*m or ioic’ emck company, at a.sniUb’o pern:, orcosaid*-r rrooceltioee cf atv tatnie lookfpv to a ip*e:v c«ab irabcretit of tbemannlac'nre or. a satabioa-*'*. AdCnrs COMSTOCK A QUDDUTT, en.T p!B2 4t_ Mllwantoß.-ff U. ftl. J. MRTCALF Se KO. m lir tOV The only meauiactnrers in tbs cnltsfi 3ta*es,of brae* AJpbabeta and tTsorea. to an? great extent or in any variety. Sold mi arbciessis at tbe Lowes? t's.aa Pnicea. Also, tbs BBST ok INDELIHLK STKFCIIi Xr-K, veirr ojszat. Stencil Dies and an kinds cl Stencil Stcck. Inanbriai or orders promoti? afr ‘ ended tn. , . . tva^i4&3ials , HICHT SCAVeNCVR. CBABLIB KUNIZ will attend to tae cleaning of Vanitt. Ptlf l«a> tbaAemov&l of all Stable Maaore asd ofianaive matter dt aH desexlptlocs. All work at> , tended to with promptness and dhaateb. and at boor a&tsnitahi* ron Office Boxiitf. ase^ouim jacbiclnal JJR. EASTERLY’S IIO6INE AN9 SARSAPARILLA. This is me only medicine that win cure disease! arising from sa Impure slate of the blood, viz. ScntOiU, or Kta>s*i K.II, Camoers, TTa- Dior. 1 , llruplKm. of the Skin, Srjup.' 1««, CbroDlr Sore Blngwona or .Tetter* Scold Head, Old Sor«,Fe»« Svice, Swellings ot tbe Glands, Mprc* ey, White Dwellings, Piles, Blotches, Bolls, Pimples ok the Face, Goitre, Bheam»tlnn,Dropsy or Gravel, Liver Complaint .Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec* Hons, General Debility, all Chronic dlseasasand all diseases arlilntH oM the use of mercury* Tull mwliciae combine* la a hUhlf coacentrAWh state Ue fluid .’ixtract of (t-js Honduras Boot) YELLOW DO-K. SiILWh jfAsad* the 10D10S OF POIASaiUif. tcaether viw ogsar valuable vegetable purifying Extracts. • a nt-w Chemical process. so as to render tbs Uon tbe most eiuc*olocs remedy evar nnbUc tor all clsea.es ariiUur irom of tbe BLOOD or a dtpravad cosdUlon of tae system. DS.2A3TEEI>S’J IODINE AND SARSAFaRIILA isacotstUntionalrecieoy, and taa a aunni-auecax action 0!i the varlone ergons or the »yw.vn, excl-mj them to abeiltay atUoa.aad enabUn? them to per form tbe fßneUoaa tbit nature dMisreed. Th.imed,. ctce Th-tt BLOI-U. CORBKCT4 tbfi !3 CBEXIOSS 01 tbe LIVER, and KIPKLStII morbic, impure and diceadtd spatter frea the WrJjau aadby tacaremoTtiz tbo o f disease, tbe CURB .1 render'd C-BTATN and PE-M \NENV IODINE AND renovates the wr.ols sy.-tem, SSnmtmnies and pcss-sswg teosc peca.lv paruvift* 'and Blood Cleanslnc powers u .IV, J equally effjcaclotu la sc many different cßmplA-nts. I3IPOBXANT 20 THfi SICK, To AB'Mißm vbo fcre *I2S &ad afflicted acd desire tC ine a P B!oo Medicine, we pledge thi* aecnr EE. EASTERLY'S 10DISB BAuSAPAHTLLA Is blz tim&tSrKOe-DK*-. CUBAPSK and BB.rjSS tPanEoU'B.TowDutnd’a, Ayres* or any nar.ll* cr llicod Fnrttyuu Medicine oow offered to WILL IJKTaSLEHIfOBIT. Pbr<lciiisrrcontcecd this aediclas to th.U ticntsisahcttsee-whcre It Is Ir.d'ciW tco. knew the tnzredlenti are the Bi’ST, tha- are known to ta* Meolcal Faculty. 4 „ nrFrlee, »l.Ssp<f wtUe. R *a TK «i.v A cr* Prepared and boW ny Drt- &, hAST£iJf£ * Co!, comer of Third and chestnut suse.a. St Loma “orgMO «t DB. EISTSKLT’S family II»«ct« fltor*, w Hadlson street, near the Poet uqm, Cal* ca*o, niircla. i _ _____ CUItG YOtteSELP. BE, BAnna's SPECIFIC. Sliis medicine is a speedy eel radical rare for Gonorrhea* Gleet,, Strletarosj feemlual Weakness, Chotdee, file* eases of tne Kidneys and Bladder, and all Diseases of the Sexnal Organa caused by Contagion or weakness ci either Sex* Kales or Females. of P£.IV“TK is now ottered to the af- SLct& sadSvABK ANTEu TO GUNS all disease. of tba Genital Organa of cither sax (sales or femmes) 18 *iS baksr*s specific is tua only g£ff RSLIABLS REMEDY for tp °a £?w » T S *wl ak! ht?tifPA. ff<narsllv termed BSwINAL “*»aa» isS cfnaltD Sy b;.LF-A3Ud3 OK EXCKSsIV3 INDULGES CK, which Is COW to FEARFULLY P33- vat kst in all oarrs of tba eonutrv. _ Reader. hwe von a PRIVATE DI3SASE. or any Disease of the bIaDCER OB BBXiyu. GROANS. DO Dot neglect It. DELAY 13 DANtiKR r,T,g procure at once that BeniCJlv. D3< BAKER'S SPECIFIC, which h*a CUBED tfiOOSmidr nr on thousands and saved toa aeb^da JK MSECLLKS3 QUACEO. if not from PREMATURE SPECIFIC Is a great HEALING PURIFYING and iELF'CCTKING requlr* m«EO MEDICAL AID OB ABVICS. M plflJQ dirM ttocs for me acccmpanr each bottle of the Mart etna. SSttSTAVIS"3Sm^“oTBKoosSHx fctniOF, aid will elTectuaily CORK 'VOU3. AND iuSsT OBSTINATE CaPBB OF PRIVATF DISEASES- and restore tbe eynten to a perfect nsU Cf HEALTH AITD PUBTIY. Vi;a DE. BAKER’3 SPECIFIC yon can CUES VOUI SEIF FOR ONE-TEN vH TEN UONEJf lhal s physician will charre,without chttige of d-etoi jLsdr*rce from builntas, and thus prevent all caance tc> obstinate coses of Goa« onrhma, GleeVahd v/eatoess, INJECTION will ba foned a valn»b*e aa«i»tant ta : his SPECIFIC ic subduing tbe di:c»3B.»jd should Ph used In conjunction wlts It until a portett cn. e If el A C TMatls9 on Sexual Dieeasec, called tba “Self. Instructor,” acccmrantes each hotLe cl tbeaed.* cl r|i“Prlce—Dr.Baker’s Specific, $2 per bottia. . DT“ Prlcc-Dr. Batef*a injection. $i p« bcitie prPilce-Mrle InJacUag Syringe. M cants; ie* m^ I &srt I hy , feiprase toallpartaof the country OB 1 re cl^P?cplrS ? Snl' sold by DR. E. EASTERLY, i southwest corner oi Tblid and Chestnut streets, fit* I HSs , ®rfc I S9Bf]E l EASTERLY* CO.’S Fam ! W Madlion street, near Ow PQ5> | Odce, Chicago, El. J)E. EASTESIIIf'S AMERICAN LINIMENT. Tikis walnabla llnlmens win cup* BbenmaUsni) Spralnw, Braises, Oats, Wound*, Ulcers* Contracted Ten* dons. Swelled and SUIT Joints, Lam*. Dago- and all Diseases wliero an external remedy fs Indicated* DB. EASTERLY’S AMERICAN LINIMENT Will alto Cara Sprains, Brakes. Cuts, Galls, Chafes..Blag Bene Sciatcbea.or Wounds which are coosUßUj c* cunlcetoßOßsiiS- Faiamea should kaeplt bOH* ktahtLT cw HAICT to use Id tlmeof need, a* it n tte BEbT Anr i'S’-; E?fICi.CIOUS ÜB^MSHT at Dtl-E ASTKItVY * CO.-l Oflice, Chicago, DL DA CAETEE’S COtJviH BAtSAS Will Cure Coughs, Colds, Afthnw, Coa* sumption, Bronchlils, Bpltd&s Blood, Bam In Ot© Side and t*re*vti TThoopsug Cough) Croup, and all Bis* eases or tbo Xbroat and Langs. Reader, have yen a Cough. Cold, or; anj' disease « tbo Lungs or Throat? Do net U MIL LIONS DIE annually by ntgl.jcting a COMMON COLD. Concha andcoldr, !f not cured, lead TIO N.and then to FBEMATURJS D «ATH _ Procure st once that celebrated remedv, 08, CAB* TEK’9 COUGH BALSAM, which never fails to s\Ot THE COUGH IMMEDIATELY, and to ettoCt a PER FECT CUTE in a few days It la beyond all epubi tbe moat PE SFSCT REMEDY for all diseases of the TUROAT AND LUNGS known to tbe civilized W JarPi!ce-Trtal bottles, 50 cents per bottle; largt t prVS«Ss«u£ B. BASTEBLY « CO.’S nvMcdlctne Store, 03 Maul eon streit, Chicago, BL 6US-014M l lt-M-W&fU DR. D. a SEELYE’S tieoi» G Al. T -A. 3EB. Hiai jES.E3S<rEr)"X-. Cuzo warranted 11 Direction* are followed. £T&ir&U of Citiiena-of Chicago havebKßFtf* . m*£idntly Cured by this Medicine. GALT. rO3 A CSOUIA3 PXSOSXBIK6 ALL fITRPTOK*. db; d. h. shelve & go., Sole Fbotbzetobs, XErJUPfiJB, ChicagOt XUinoig, BYiSPV O M P i 2b& Kmptciai ot catarrh tu an*» gazing ai.jea: arc. at first very BliifaL FercoiiSfisiu toss- hartssoold that taer have fregnest attache, and are n-ra benri* U7O tu tno ciianbca cl teaperanirt. la thiauooditias tbs 8032 u&j t>3 dry, or aehcht cliachawd, taiu and acrid, afterward becctnlna thick- »La adhesive. ±i the disease become* chronic, the discharge* era is* creased m quantity and etaeged la quality; they are now thick and heavy. and are hawfcidor coughed oi. lli-j secietlona &ra ouenalve. cauam* a bad bre&r.n: the voloa is thick and nasal - taa ayei aze weak; tb« tuitaof the smell u lessened or deamesi frequently taka* place. Anothti common and Im portart syaptbtu of Catarrh ts, that tte penes Ii obliged to cUar bis threat In the morals? of a thlcz or shiny nmeoer, which has fallen down trom thd head during the nicht. Keen this tazes place, the . person may bo onra that bis diEe.'je l r . on Its way to tb© inass, end should loose no tune in errortlng It. Tm anorr asrs strr xaw o» not icasr OarazroAi STMrrOata. A ibsh Bottla will liut n month—to be need three times a day. TSStIRIOKi AIL fyowa Eou. Tboa. J. Tomer, Ex Member of frees Illinois, late Speaker of Illinois House of Ss* presntatlTe?, and Grand Master of A. F. and A, of tile Stats of Ullno-'s. 01 bbo**mo* U4U ' B * p^CTPoa», Oct, 215t.180. DR. B.H. SEPLSft: USA'S Era—lt, reply to yctr nod« or the Wtb last, IwonldsayUutl-wssoaverslyMaiotaJ with Catarrh fer years, when I became acqnainted-with yon and bongbt two bottles of sour Liquid Catarrh Remedy. Before Z bad naed one bonis 1 was scnrtolv improved, and bsfoiatbe second bottle Caused. was cob* pietely eared. 1 can recovctceno tea rod: sine to aD 4fllctedi?tth Catarrh, m*n* j tnpryo yeciSi TflOS, J.TITBITitK. Jy 5t5’,2:n-roiawls ffiijanbiets. ,HILBERT HUBBARD A CO. SHIP CHAWDLEES, • Psaltra tn 1 wmiEß ATND CORDAGE. . 205 & 207 iso MR Water Street Cornej.of Wells, • CHICAGO. We have at all times tbs largest aid best assort m.ntlnibs wcitst lie ML i AXD TAB3KP RJT3, DnCtILSG POPES . - , BAGS. BAOUISG AH" BURLAPS, CANVAS, OAKUM, TAB, PITCH. CHAINS, AKO TACKLE BLOCKS. COAL TAP, ROOTING PITCH AtlD FKLTUTS COITO*, FLAX AXD EEttP TWINdi. - ; Tciils, A%oids», Wagon Covers. Ttipaulics, Begisental Colon, Standards, Guidons, Flag*, &c., to Order, o. ntrmunn- j. a tux3Z3, o.s.oasputib, tSca I m • . ■ TAIBSAtoSJP dTA^SASa ,<LI iS O jLa Alt )5 //I|f ay all »xxsl T -W. POTTLE, 0 COMMISSION 1 MEBCHIiNI', esflX RontU • . OhicttEC jeS-bEASm TO "WHOLESALE DEALERS. if von want the trade of Bjypr. advertise la tna “UNION COUBIEtt." Yuma, Jofcnioa Coimtf Tilirola, which has alarier cncalanoaaaocx Onto® men than any other pap*’ ta KavoV Tarm»ie*aoa*‘ ““ AdfKM BOBBBISOB, sals-pUS-* Ylscno, TlHnols. pjelmtoUrs iSiuans The great Americas -QgVKPTTB. • •; ' ; KTVOWN AS Helmboid’s Genuine PREPARATIONS. “Biem/r coscestoated" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SUCBD } A positive and specific remedy for disease* of U»* Bladder, KldaeT*, «rarel a»4 Dropsical Swellinss* TiU medicine increases the power or dUssConA-C excites the absorbents tcto healthy action, by ■wbicb of calcareous dcpoaitljn}, and all nima; EL, enlargement*, ar« reduced, as veil t* pain anC SflammaUon.andfagcod for man, yomea cr-cn.l dm. HHH HHH HHH HHH HH3 HKU HHH HHH humhhhhhhh umiHHHHHaaa hhh nan hhH SHH hhh Him HHH HHH KKLffBOID’3 EXTRACT Off EUCHU, For weatneie axWns from sxceaaeo, Earlr Indiicretlon. JAttnded with thsTqlloirtngaympwma. Indisposition to sxnrtlcn, Lcsa cf Fowar, £*oabOt aicmciy, tiflcalty of Breatbis*. ■West NfTTM, Trembßlir, Hciror of Disease, Dimness of Vision, thS^odf Hot Banda, Fbuhlng oltneiicar, DryncM of the BWn, Ernptlena ontbe: Face, UciTcnal Lasaitnds. ?illd Countenance. M TheaaayStomJ. if allowed to go on/Whtci Us ‘ medicine Invariably remoter, soon follow FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, *0« m one of which tbe patient may eplre. mo wi sa? taey are not fro-iueatlj followed by those dirv CiJ? INSANITY AT*D COS3IT-IPTIO- ? . Ussy are aware or the canse of their sntfertar.bn ncncwPlcanfwa. Tb*more* of ihewwane »*f»sa and me melaiicnol , » deaths by consumption, bd ample witneai to the truth of the assertion, THH COK3TI7U.ION ON'JB AFSKOTBD BT Or* ©AMO WZAHN-JBB sxmirfd the lid cf m»d*cia« tt* strengthen and in viaorat e tb e aj also* W.«ft BX^aOi £T»ciIU invariably does. A trial trtil convince t>- meat liapscil. Z iiKSKEr.EKK^I •* K»K jCXK ekbresb BtßgßKJfi EES KBK ebbbkserbbs KWFF ptiR * k;,!K Tn'many affections peculiar to femalei, tho Extra*- Bachn u unequalled by soy olb» reizetv, and »or aL cciupiaintJ Incident to the sex, ° f j-* ths . DSCZiINS OB CH.UNGK OF LIFF. gee aymptotca above. Rjo Ffunßy abonld Iw trithoirt 3# ff T.T.T.T. LULL T.1.1.T, LLLL LLLL LLLL t.t.t.lj LLLL _ TTr 1111 l slllllll t.t.t.t ,TJ.T.t.LT.I.IiL ra>» to Balaam,Mtrcurypr UnplcaMct Medicine fff. raiß urplencan; and Dar geroua Diseases. 8£5.11130LD , 3 EXIBICT BUCHftJ CDSS9 THBSB DIQBASSB, t„ «m states, at little Expense; little or a« g^g- l of uflsf tol»eraTOla«r»S» KOOi rojras. 2I.UMUM W£MK*t HUB MU MU HUM MUU MM - MM MMM MMM.MM UK MUM UMU •MU MM MMM SIMM MM MM MMM HUM MM MM MUM UUlf- JIMUU MHS MMM MMMM gfM y»JM HUM HUM 17m Hela&l>ol&’* KxtPuet Buclrc ror »n »ff««“Vw ? r a SSS, 01 ,lUM ' , XM walk OBFEMAL*. From whateyer cause origmatlngand no matteriMß long a landtag. Diseases of these organ* it* quiro the aid Of a Diuretic. HELMBOLD*B BAIBA CM BUCEU IS TBg GREAT DITTBSTIL AED IT 13 CEBTAIM TO HAYS TUB DBSIBBD SFFKCT ’ IB ALL DIgBATT. FOB WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDS). BBBBBB3BBBDB BBSBBBDBBBBBB 8838 8888 8388 8888 g ß iißflßßfla|? B 8888 8888 8888 8888 888D888888383 888288888823 BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOOD HELMBOLDU HIGHLY CONCEHTHAT3C3 COMPOUND FDHID EXTRACT BAB2APASILLA. Tcrpurtfr!a« the Wood, ramovtcg all ctrcslc cci- JuaslonS diseases aililng from an impure aula & the blood, and toe only reliable and eflectur. tnownremedy fer the cure cf Scroiula.ScatdHead Pains and BweUtogi ofthe Bones nicer atioEa cf the Throat and Ings, Blotches, Pimples Ofi the Face. Tetter, Srjtlpelao and all ecaly cmotioni Ofthe sKffl* And Beautifying the complexloa* * SOT A PEW Of thS WOTtt disorders tliat afflict asnSnd. art*: Jrcm**i;;;*imt.tloa'tbat accumulates la die blood, ni a jj discoveries that b=Te fc,eea > tna-'iS .0 ®?-2* it out. teas tan equal to neiiaboia sCom pound ofSaraipaTlOa. ItdlwßK* and renc vates the biocd.l instils the vigor of besßo into tbf system and paigesoatthehtucoiswnioh asks> dit case. It stimulates the health? tuacnocaofßtebodi and exp els the disorders tbit grow and blood. Bach a remedy, that coold ba on, hw lon® been sought tor; and so .?, lorthefliattimsth* outvie have one on wnlcb they can decaad. On- Sara hw dees act admit of certificates ta stow It effects; tot the trial of a male bottle wiUshowU the sicithatlttas virtues corpaaslas a»s«hlngtha? of the Extract of SirsaporJl* . jy*X %“!-•"! cf water la oqualto LlaOon Dial ■dg*? ftfull? equal to » gallon ofthe fggvft «,%««“ « “rhMQ Extracts have been admitted to caemthf rinitSd states Army, and are also in very .genera! Sem aUtteSiate hospitals and public sanitary l> sStawmathroughout the land, m well as is canal dared as inyaloabU ruaedies. ' oooooo OOOOOOU() 0000 0000 . 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 001)0 0000 0000 cooooooo “ 000000 pnra.CTßOtP»g HOSE TTASS aaexeeSenelotlos fordlaeasea arums from habits of h <,-mpstioH T naedm. connection with tb r Extracts Buena and Sarsaparilla, in seen diseases as recom mended. Evidence ofthe m»-sc responsible and re* Uabla character win accompany the medicines. CERTIFICATES 0/CUBS3. , r „ ITtOM 2 TO 2b TBAB3 STANDING. _ FAMES KNOWN 10 SCIENCE AND PAHA For Medical Proprieties of Buchu pm DigpERSATOBY OP THE UNITED STATES. See Professor DEWBS'3 valuable works on tht practice of Physic. . „ _ See remarks made by the. celebrated Drr psyao. made by Dr. Enbram UeDowelU I celebrated Physician, and Mimber of the ttojalCol lece of Burgeons. Ireland, and published in tb* trontactlona ofthe King and Qaeen’j Journal. see Medico Ctlrurglcal Ueview. pub.Ubed by Ban- JamlnTravers,PeUowofthe fioyal College of Bat* of the late Standard works on Mbdletna EXTRACT BITCHF, |fl oerbottJe,ordxfor|B. EXTRACT H*P~iSJA\ILLAf fi per bottle, or M 2 fo f\fpßnvgp SOSS TTASB,SO cents fper bottle, dr Bl of each for tl*. which will be aufflcleai to cure the most obstinate cases, If directions ari to any address, securely packed Don ot De3C7ibeu , mptomiln all couratalcattons. Cun giSttteodTAdvtco gratis.. . T.T.T.T. LLLL UJjL • IX LL T.1T.1. LLLL LLLI* LLLD T.T.I ,T. t T.T -V.T.T TT.T.T.T, affidavit. Personal!? rappeaxcd before me. asAldemwa o IL 7. Efdabold, who to Inc dolyeworu.dotn a»y his preparations eoaUls no nsrcctls, no mercury, or other iniurtout drum font are truly vegetable H. T. U KLItBOIA BwomandßUbectlbedfbMcr* me tbis 23d day b"S“S w. t. HTO&3D. aldamSlT Vlatb Street above Rsce, thilncsiph:*. -■ **jraasifctterafbr infbnnattoe, tnconadecoo, s‘ .3. 7. EBLMBOLDr CHE3U3?. DDDDDDDOB DDDDDDDDtID DODD I»L»DD DDDD DDDD DDDD .DODD DWJIT DDDD DDDD • DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD : DDDD dddddddddd . DDDDDUDDD PBIRCIPAIi DBPOffAi Enimbold’a Drag and CnenUeal Wetenwua ■atlmb Djuk ard chemical Vttxvlun** firoe oafl. Chemical Wteehoas* "J^ oaDWAZ . n .y«or So* sS IdOADWAT, N. f „ Oh Ko: W DDOADWAT: V. T- OB ttwlmcoldti medical depot, nRLMBotD*3 MEDICAL DEPOT, HKLMBULD’3 MEDICAL DEPOT, - n 1M SOUTH TKN-E BT- PHILADELPHIA. RkWaRE OF CODHTIfttyBITa SfiD DHPiIP BbWATUt ur CIpLEI) DEALERS, •Wfoo endeavor to eupoae or “ their own" any Mntiitr” articles on the reputation attained oy BKLHBOLD'S GENDINA ’ EKKMBOLD EXTRACT BTJCHTT. E4LMBOl GWnJIirE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA H^ MB ° tSSuiKB IMPROVED 8098 WABH. ' BOLD STALL DBUGGI3T3 EVESYwSfeS*. ASK 70S HFLMBOLD’i. : TAKE NO OTHER. , cut out the adrertisementaad sand for It and avoid bposition and ezooMin. l*n*kilMßVfaw-ad» jyrsrapsiA, DISEASES RESULTING FSOI Disorders of the Liver, AM) DIGESTIVE OBGAIfS iRS CUBED BY HOOPLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS, THE GREAT SXRB^QTHENINa TONIC. TBB9B BITTKUS HAV3 PHBFORIgD MOBE CtTRKS-HAVE ASP DO GIVE BBTTBB SAP* EFACTIOS - HATH MORS TKSTTMOHY -HAVE MORE BB9FKCTABLB PS OPUS • TO VOUCH FOB THE*. Tlwnanyothir Article in theHarksA Ws defy any one to contradict this usom. \as> wutrAisiooe To any one woo will produce a Certificate pahilifc* by os, that la not GENUINE. Buoman’s GERMAN BITTERS., WILL CUBS EVERY CASS OF Chios Darrens Debility, Disease 1 1 - Kidneys, and Disease arising fraim s Disordered Stomach, Observe the following symptoms, resaltoJi. from Disorders of the Digestive Organs: Constipation, invmdPllea, Futocaa of mood earn Acidity oftfcsßtcmach. Nanas*, Heartour:% . Disgust tor Food, Fnllnesa or Weight m UK, Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking cr FlattensK at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Harried and Difficult Brea thins. Flatteries at the Hears, Choking or • Ballocating Sensations when ia a lying posture. Dimness of vision. Dots or Webs before the Sight, FeverandDollPaln Inlho Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellow ness of the Skin and Byes, Pain In the Bide. Bank, Chest, Umbo. *c„ Badd« Flashes of Heat, anrmes In In tna Flesh, Constant Tm«y<n«r.7» eIDVU. £3d gIS*S DSpmttlCU Cf BpK» REMEiWBERI That this Bitters; is not Alcoholic, Contains no Rum or Whisky, 4SB MS** SAKE DUDSKJRSS, is THE BEST TONIC IN TELE WORLD, Siead Wio Saya Sos From the Bev. Levi G. 3ec& Pastor of the Butt > Church, Pemberton, N. J, lormerly of he Noxt Baptist I have*known Seoflaad** German Bltwis tavora&tt lor a number cl years. I have used them in my ows fiunUy, and bare been so pleased wuh tneirefleea that Iwaemdnced to recommend them to many olh ers. and know that they have operated In a strikingly beneficial manner 1 take great pleasure in thus pub Uclv nroclalmlng this lact, and calling the attention oi those afflicted with the diseases lor which the? an recommended, to these Bitten, knowing from expo rience that my recommendation will be sunalned. 1 do this more cheerfully as Hoofiard’s Bitten la fib tended to benefit the afflicted, ani-s “cat arp drink.* Yonn,tnly, L3Y2 Q, &SCX From Bav. 3 . Hswtiu Brown, D. D., Editor of th* Bnerelcpedla of Salleiooa Knowledge, aadCtalb flsaChronlcle.PbUadelphla. - Although not disposed to favor or recommend ent medicines In general, through distrust of thetr In gredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient rea sons why a man may not testify to the be neats he h* Ueyes himself to have received from any simple pfb Duration, in the hope that he mav thus contribute V the benefit of others. , . _ _ Ido this more readuyln rtgvd to fluoUucd* Gm man Bitten, prepared by Dr. C. 31. Jackson, of thfi cltv because I was prejudiced against them fur mac? vean. under Ihe Impression that they were chlerty « alcoholic mixture. lam Indebted to rn? friend Bofc Shoemaker, Esfl.. for the removal of Uus prejudice bs proper tests and for encouragement to trr them whet nxflertoe from great a-djongcoi'tmaed d«hillty. Tht Seofthree bottles of theseßltten. at the bczlnuin# ofthe present year, was followed by evident relief an* restoration to a decree of bodily ard mental which I bad nos felt for six momha before, <ad hau at meet dlstmlred cf regaining. I therefore Hoc (»•* eaTalcndfcr directing me to the use c rtheo Prca tea Hay.Jcs.H. Ksnnsrd, Pasterof thelCtt Bands* Church. Dj. jxcxsos; Dear Sir—l bate been fre»iaensij re a nested tocotnnectmyname witn cotamenuaooai of different kin to of medicines but rcsariUcgttS SaetteaSs out of my appropriate sphere,! hiTea Su cases declined; But with, a clear preof In wl« instances, and particularlydnmy family, of jhsoie ftrinmolDr German Bitters* Ideper* ITiIXT IT IS A SAPBASD VALUaBUS PHB PARATIbn. In some cases It may IsUs but usuall#. TerybenencUl io those *W rufar from »• above cause. Tours, yen xespestfulj. K£NNAR3i Tlghtb below Coates street, Fhlladeiphin. S'zcjn. Be?. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist Chur ob, Germantown, Penn. TT. c U.Jaczsos; Dear sir—Personal exsenmsod BMbTes tootosay tbatl regard the German Bltuoi nrmaied by you as a most excellent medicine. Ir MOMafseverfleold and general debility I have been SSlybeifMtfil bTiaooM ofthe Bitten,imd dmH ssSs-sis-nss^mte^ prom Key. J. H. Tomer, Pastor of Heddiag u.i Church, Philadelphia. Du. Jacxsow: Dear Sir—Saving usea your Geras* Sitters In my fiuclly frequently, l amiprepared to ng that it has bees of greatservlce. r tejleve that te moat Cfcses of general debility of the system It la Uu safest and most valuable remedy of which 1 bave asy Strai., 128 N. jUueteenlh streak prom ths Rer. J. M.Lyons. formerly Pastor of uu Columboa CN. JJ and MUeatown (Fa) Baptist Church. Niw Rochxlu. *. 7. BA.C.U. Jacxaoji: Dear Sir—l feel it a piearare thus, of my own accord, to bear testimony to the ex or lienee of tbe German Bitters, homo years since bw Ing much afflicted with Dyspepsia. 1 used then: with very beneficial results. 1 have often racom meudedtoem to persons enfeebiedbr that tormeotan disease, and have beard from them the mos* flatterxa; testimonials as to their great value, in case of c soerc debility,lbaileyo It to ba atonic that cannot be sur> passed. J* *• Bio-**- frffm the Bev. Thu. Winter, Pastor o I Baptist Church. Dx. jAOKsoa’t Dear Sir—l fedl it duo to joor oellent preparation, iloollacd German imtdrs.toado my teaumony to the deserved reputation it baa ot> mined. I bave for years, at Umes.beea troubled with great disorder la my head and nervous system. I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of year Gcr* mur. Bitters. 1 did so, and have experhmeed grew and unexpected relief; mv health has been materially benedUeo. 1 conddtntly recommend tbe artich where I meet with similar cases similar to my own «tT* ua,va been aasored by many of their good ifTaeta 3 'Koiborrcfli. Pa. From Bav. J- 8. Herman. of the Be/onant Church, Kutztown, Berk* County, Pa. Dk. C. M. Ji.OKßaa: Respected air—L hare Dais troubled with Dyspepsia nearly 20 rears, and bays never used any medicine that did me os much goat aaHoofland*B Bitten, lam very mncb Improved ff health, after bavin* tokuwftvobotUcfc with respect, J. 8. HRHMAH. PHCES. IAT«« fiUe. (bolding nearly double qoaa Small Else, 76 u °°** 4 * oft BEWABE OF COUNTJOBFEITB. of "C.M.Jacxsoa" is on tk* geo that we “» Wr4 p perol each Bottle. fluonM your nearest druggist not have tbe article, di notbepotofirbyanyoftbe intoxlcattnjt prepanttov mat may be oflerea In its place; bat send to ns, am wo wlUtonrtra, securely packed, hr express. Principal Office and Manufactory 50.C31 ABCH STREET,PHILADELPHIA.PA. JONES «Sc EVANS* Boeccssots to C. S, JACKSO2T & C 0« Proprietors. If gp-K « s r.g by Druggists and Dealer* laevm town in the United States, and by liOKD & SMITH, as bUaSt'fCUog^llL, cu neim l Western Wiole»lt Agcute Utnc ™ . (ityU’kMß-Uew<v4Ns)

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