Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 1, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 1, 1864 Page 1
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Cn.CaGu ■'lUjoUNJi. DAILY TRI-WEEKLY ASD WEEKLY. o£icc« al Clark Street* TEEMS OF JUT CHICAGO TSIODKE. Dsl'y, delivered is cl»\ (p«r wrek) .... 25 44 ** , ** (yetqnwver) : $3.25 Daily,tomtti san-cribora, p-r war.. $13.00 Dblh. to mail eubt-crtbeiA P«t6 nxmlhs.. 0.00 Tri-vScci!),p«.rye*r . 0.00 Witky,tingle cup) -50 _ ** ~** 4- Six month*.... 1.25 Clnl** of four eorlf*. ore y*.»r 9 00 “ “ ton * “ *■ .... 20.-0 41 • 44 tw-ntv“ M 44 .... 40*00 And to the latter doo, unccopf «x»rato *he p«t eonoiderinjrit. py Moneyin RceisU-rofl Letter* m«y be «nt»t oar risk. rcmlttscc*. tor c:ab- mo-t. In all cases, bt made at one time.* .. _ AMrass •■rniOAOO rumr-VE.” cinsuo, TO. (Ojicacja tribune. THURSDAY, REP IE I HER 1. ip&L jIALLt BOCM> »HB PLvG. Remember He Do sot let any light call tavp y**u away, Turn out and eecthe dmhif flaw'd aui.Nn 'o the town polluted wJfl'U t>y the t reason utterances of the past-lew dsy* 2 . Ttr. gallant Drake ot Mifsouri, and K»s on of will he among the speakers. . b- u rally ol thou- Esnds to-night to carry out the purposes of the oil, as given elsewhere. i US? CA4PSIGIY OPfi«BD. The platforms and cao-'Iou'CE are now be fore the people. The campaign is fairly open. Chicago readers «r.«J rcad-rs of the TninnvE abroad willi;ot i.t.ed under what bDep'ces end attended by what omrus of wind of speech aud air ot bad’ loyalty this ticket has bec-i ush 'rcd into er- Bteuce. The et-upiiga doeameut amongloval u-en everywhere will be that which cliojrt most cl. aelv to the text of treason and disunion, p*?«cc showered-on cvqy hard by opcakrra in a»»d out of the Convention, who ore now eh mtiog for Mc- Clellan aud Liberty. It Is not necessary; 1 will bo ehauscfol bee-use Jals«, to conceal from Bepubllcms that our opponeate have ‘brought to bear all tbe joteed r'kUl of their party leaders, and rely on all th’lrpaat prestige of p*rty drill to carry to aucccss tbe election of what Is from -their stand point a strong ticket. 1c is never wise to deceive ourselves- *s to the strength of our opponents. The w j should hare tiugbt us that Too discussion of the “distinctive features of the Calcigo nomination ol yesterday will bs tue work of the campaign now formally opened As wc have supgeeted, they have thermmlvcs far nlehcd the most, cogent aud pertinent texts to eho f> h*}si meo should ip November, ns they will Co, trumj-le m-dtr tbeir feet this ticket, all tne aspirants nuoer it aud all the mongrel eh merits whose «?••!* c ‘heslve force it ft thirst for the epulis, ihe people are for the war until 11 ends in the restoiathin of the Ut lon in all its t-treugih aua lategrlty, purified of U1 lie clea» of we-Jjuess and diecord—for discord omst rver dwell in au Union between Blgbt and «?rong. The ticket cl ywlerdas will be cnoiiiscud oo to the country os a IcttUm d :-wuof the conduct of the war, ao easing up of tbs &g< teles bright to bear f«»r vln» crashing of the rebellion. Need we say uo man in the loyal States desires to continue the process olc moment niter the c-'nclns-ioa has been reached ? The purchase of oor reunited Und in the blood of onr brothers is too precious to be overpaid. And there Is no one who will willingly shut his e>cs to any token that the end of the rebel flog cavnot -puss bull w*y from the mast-head to the earth •« th«irfl'*a) surrender before the weapon** of w*r-wlil bt* exchanged for the implements foi national restoration.. We arc all yence m»*n, hut uot until then* Fcrbld It II» avin, In the (<Miueut our fallen beioes and eeurt-d borne?, let not onr sacri fices have bees In vain. The people are loyal to the war and the Union. Need we hesitate to say that the i only dancerto the present Administration, | the sole apprehension that has cost it lack of i friends, is lest the Federal government was ! not going far enough, that there had bees | tnrdimeu when promptness would serte bet- i tvr,and clemency when tobetenderormcrcL ! fol was Imperilling the nation ny spurioglts \ worst enemies. Does {ms look as if the pco- I pie were longing to let. down the war to the standard raised just in Cbic*go? la there evidence in tbistba* McClellan stands c butter chance ot success nt-canse there are friends of Abrah&m Lincoln who believe more tenseness of muscles in his gr-sp ot power would bring about sooner the hour we ail covet * Can Vaßandigbam aod Pow ell, and Fort Lofa>« tie mirijrs, these tokt-ss a proof that the neople will be driven over to tbc parry that contalo* them, if there is a itgret that the manipulitlon they re ceived at Tbs hSuds ot tUi Gove'nment did not crush then-, instead ofsmscalarizing the hone rebels. Let the w.-rk of the -campaien commence to-day. Let It be entered litw by the Gov ernment aid by the people. The part of the former widbctoholdthe weapons of the war firmly tlroats of tr«iu-rs everywhere,, to everywhere tighten the machinery lor cinsblngthe rebdiion; ar.d it will liud the people at its back. Six months yet remain to the administration to finish up the work, and the cnuubihg Confederacy may be ground to powder in that time, If tbe process la operation be firmly sustained. This is the campaign work in 16G4, and It will not only give ns the vie. Tory over the rebels in the field, bat bring to confusion at the vote in November, the ene mies of loyalty in'tbe N’-rth ‘The people will eave tbe Government if the Government does its part only Udiffcrtntly .welL” Let Firmness and Fidelity be the watchword ol the hour, tbc former f- r tbe authorities at Washington, the latter for the people Light tbewalchfires everywhere. Lee Ejpnelan swer signal from everv Northern hill-top, and the answering shout of victory in No vember" will blend with the* songs of praise of a ransomed aod rescued people, for a re, united land. 1 THE DMTT«»CHATIC PLaTFOnm, As to tLbt pirt of the Democratic platform which iuvtdub* against 'arbitrary arrests.” we will net *urds Every syllable of U tfils with as o.\ncb force against their own candidate us agum?t ours; yea more, lor McClellan arrested a whole Legis lature without due process of law, abd sneered at them os 4 ‘our frlunds,”- while they were •wriggling on board the prison ship. Did Lincoln ever **o as much ? Hence we mutt confine ourselves to an cxemlLullon of the plunk whi;h demands a j cessation cf hostilUi.s for the purpos? of t Holding a convention of ul! the States, inclu ding South Carolina and Texts, with a vie v to the establishment of peace. If ttiisCouvcn t|on, drawn from'the throat of war, and composed ot all the passions engendered by three years of unparalleled strife— < xtb fierce determination on one side aud implacable Late on the other—ehonld not be able to ar range terms of peace, what then ? Nothing. The Democratic platform ends there. Two armits are confronting eacp other. Before ■ the Convention, comes a cessation of hostll ities. After the Convention —what? Tuc armies arc motionless. Th**lr . *tatu* gw Is peace. This impossible Con vention, presided over by the three furies, accomplishes nothing bat discord. jVhat then ? The platform is speechless. It does not disturb the status quo.* Toe conclusion is irresistible that the next step would be to surrender to the South cwrjthing they have contended for—disunion of the States, partition of the Territories, aid surren der o! the very’ sist of Goverctnenr In which McClellan, if elected, would be conducting the insant peguilarious War? The word war jk not fouod iu the platfortn os a thing possible und*r any clrcumslauces •after the election. Tbongo be be kicked, cuffed, spit upon, ihniot out of the House, ano driven a,fugitive from his place, Gen. McClelLn can find no warrant la his platform for drawing the sworu. In the place where we look for the declaration thit_ln the contingent of a failure of the convcntjon to make pcac>, the arms of our invincible soldiers c.ay yet ne wielded to save us from utter dishonor and disunion, ve find the silence acd the darkness of niuhu - Kwioiog Is said in favor of an 7*/>t»«/rcWa pea.e. It is simply peace”—acrawlinc ptuicc,«coward’s peace, 4 disunion peace. A mild declaration cf at tachment for the Union, aod an abject, <?jnpty cry fur peace, which every delegate knows con only be had through the medium Of disunion, OP of Stern, relentless war, till the nnnrd enemies of the Union are sub dued! If this Convention had contemplated the possibility ot fightlog lor the Union it negotiation ehonld l»U, they wonld have Bald so. But they eaid no ench thing. They said peace, but they did not fay war. Toey go to the South with the olive branch, sur mounted by a white feather* They propose VOL. XVlll to stake bands with traitor* •• /«*.r «ho graves of patriots, preparatory 10 dtegmif u»c i;rave of the Union. Ltl the word go down to y<»ur »railea that it is for this they bare fo ,tbt ucii suffered that this Is the couclnflu- o» nil t*»c‘r toil, tbdr heroism, their' Victoria—that too - are .to be ctillrd. by. Uieir ovu G «vc nm-nt to show tbelr bLcke to their cucmln*, an) ac knowledge that they were lu lie wrong when they conquered at Ch*Ma noogs end the WKderucw—Uiat.they mu»L abandon their onward march at the m «uioQt rhen they Etc the fraitum of all lUeir lacors within reach—aul you will beif thunder. -Tell It 10 tue N->nuthat alter hating reconquered thr. Mississippi Hirer, liter having crimson'd lt« waters with the blood of her eon*, *bo uia-l saTca der Jt again to the pirates woo planted tiuir guns against her comme'ct, and you will htar the* voice of the tea>pe*i Tell it to the people tbtt their sacrifices of blood aud treasure for the heroic idea wbicu Uusaal mated them through all tneie trying monies midyears, foMheir beloved UuiuD, tor tbclr right to a natloTitlityand a ll.g, o-ve to naught through the count-cs of cowards at the very moment w'jcu ite eettuy was fainting with exhaustion, and you wit] near tie voice of the people, &aic were, the voice of God. We havo noticed what Is lo thcpUiforoj. Let us tee what is not m il. Thcruisnota word againrt emancipation, nut a word against confiscation, (the rreaum'era did better than teat), not a word -g*Uist negro soldiers, not a word against French u-arpa tion in Mexico, and not a Jrffl Jmi*, It Is only against tbe war. In ttielr zeal to condemn the war, aud to demand !'a tirmluatioc, the convcmiuu n<*t oaiy all their old issues with tbe Aiiumistratioo, but all the issues of their country with the rebellion, of all they lorcot the dr*<t! Not a £' liable can be found on the t-übjer.t Wa? It because Gen. McClellan propped dratnng a year be/ore Mr. Lincoln dtemed it When tbe next detuagoauc comes eioagaud tells the people lo vote for MeCb lluu'ior. ibe j.uTpose < t getting rid of the draft, tsll nioi be Is outrunning hisplartorm and heljiughis candidate- The attitude of the. Democratic party before ' the country .is fail of contradictions. lo -• addition to those wc have already noticed is tuU capi tal one that In the first resolution ther go for the Constitution, at 3 In the second they po fur a Convention to change the Constitu tion. A Couvtiition of tht people h»6 no other fopcltoii but to change the Constitu tion. What then hecoutvs.oi the ‘ Constitu tion as it was?” In fact the party have de clared themselves unequivocally in favor of but one thug aid that is u*st>-ui2t*aual p-asr Two years ago they carded the country dj crying for a more vigorous wTosccutioa of the war. They cannot 2arfi »f now by cry ing for a tta-aunalioli of the Wat at the cost of a dissevered Union. HON. I. D. TT4>D. It will be received with uoftigned regret by many of oor readers, the * elsewhere made in this Isna*, «f tun retire ment of Iloa. J. D from th' candidacy for Member of Congress troa tbU District at tbe forthcoming tomla -tlog Convention. It Is not too mnct> to say th«t i>U coanectioa with tie canvass in such rciutbm tnus far, ht*s largely added to tbc number of his friends, ny bringieg more to tne knowiudge of his Icllow-cilixeus, his atu/llog qualities of herd and-heart. That Mr. Ward is happy In the possession o! a must attached circle of friends, is evident from the vigorous re moistranccs in the lace or whicn h. b»« pushed his declination. lie states briefly, 1 and with characteristic ir«nkacss, tie j reason whi.h actuated his choice, i a Ceslre to secure tbe harmony 6f the ! party. It is handsomely and generously done, how generously those will best de ; dare vho bett know Mr. Ward’s slren^fi. | He has done yeoman service to thec*a'e of 1 loyalty and Union ihns far. He hts, we I trust, still apart to play in the general can. i vass which Itw speakers In the S'ate can I make equally effective, zealou*, loyal to the ' corf, a square, straight hitter out from the 1 shoulder at treason and its refuges. Mr. I Ward both in the campaign, and in his ! piece in tbcStatq Senate lor bis un-.xpired j Urm will yet reedtr sterling aid to oar holy cause, and carry forward a record well tamed and most happy in its auguries for ; his future. Erratum. It will be noticed that by au error in nek icgnp, a Iragment from au aaiclulromthe first page, rppears itself ou the second It is given in its proper cunncctiun ca the first page. THL HiO!h33ATIOX AQZIOAD. lEpctJa' DiejiatrJt u> the Chicago Tribsne.l Ntw Tons. fTetilerday, Ana. 31. Notwilhstftbdlug the fltmlut- ad»«rt sea&nts, the driig of guns and brilliant fireworks, the Mc- Cldlan ralif cadon was a dead Ikiiare. Noc over two or three thousand acre lu atienomre. No cnihnilfifin for tbe nomination and plaiforal was shown by the loyal Bemucrais. Th j Tea:e men say the nomination is the weakest that could have been made: that tbe plaform is josYas exhaled by them; hnt they emphatically declare success with McClellan imposelb.c. tAssociated Press Dtspatch.j New Took, Wednesday Aug. 31.—At nooa a salntc of 10U anus was fired hen. in lioaur ot Me- CleUan's nondnaiion. tinld at 4:15 was littV. TneMcCle’lan rauilcitloo meeting was held at 5 o'clock p. n.mawar not attended. At ItDfiiUu. Bcttalo, Wcdncsaay, Aug ill.—The nomination of McClellan has been received wbh by tbe democracy of this and otaer cities ui inis biate. Gnus were fired, sut'cches made, andJlie works set otT to celebrate tbe event. 'ibis evence eruads are parading the streets LciCtd by bonds, bonures are burnlna, uud a mcctiup m liar’s square is being adarctsod by democratic speakers. Jfrum Fblladclplno* PraLsnzLrmA, Wednesday. August 3L.—A spe cial tu the hvlUxin buys: Washington, August 31.—Reports here place Peiitisyivabiaiu the load as to me number of re emits raised under ihe last call. Rdulorccnitiit& hate been Ro*ug forward*to the Aiiuj of the Potomac ut ihu rate of uOjli4'Joo per tvttk, bird ibis Raount uis expected will be Ixige lyLLoturcd before ihbfiih. From i/’au’o Cazso, August ai.—The steamer Baatoaa from Muxiphib 29ta, bruits a number of from CaratLerevlilc, Mo. Taegomlius are very active In that riemity. . * * The steamer iienum, from While River, broaght £0 bales and 15 hacks ol coimuto -teoipais, aod tuxall timocnte are CQEitiuualiy arrinaa by t(X) bales were shipped Worm ou the 2Ttu. Slock on band baits. ■ Official return! Ihe Provost Marshal’* of fice hhowb that l&c Thirteenth Hls-nct -*** a sur plus ol upwards of 4 AU> over allodia, Sumepre cixicis are, however, behind, whera-Chedrafc will be made unless toe quota la diied. Alexander county, of which Calrdds the coupty pcEt,ls over two hundred ahead of ill cs ls, and Cairo lUtll baa a fcorpine of nearly ouc hundred. b|rcnuooa efforts are betug mauu to fill the quo tas ul delinquent prtducU, so as to avoid the draft tbionghoui the district ' YcatciCaj Llm. Col. Grab't#!, 1 ih Ky. cavalry, wa? captured by Cap;. Foreman’s gnerillaa. when returning from bis borne u> tola ei*.y, aud parolea to co to T4y lorvilie to procore the release oi two oi Foreman’s cane, conflocd there in ]aJ. The men BLCumpaoyinc Graham were alto cap tured; one ol them, mimed XL Whits, ta a Um«a‘ man. It is prueumed they will be mot. Jesse lu? pubieiy acclorod m&\ be will shout all negroes When be captures them. Tbe War in. Kentuclty, Locisvnox, Ang. ffij—Jeseee’s uane went into Ghent, Kv, on Monday mcht,' after hiving shut three negroes in tbe sahurbs. . The V«vay(uid.) Home Gtards sbclled the reb els out of Ghent from the opposite side of the Jake Bcnnel’e squad of seventeen men went In to Owensboro ou Saturday afternoon, captnivd and shot Copu Walters, of the 5d Ken tacky caval ry and captured ten negroes, shooting seven of them: lb* remaining three concealed ihemaeives In a wharf boat. .The rebels -et the wharf on ore, and left the dt.zens afterwards to uxiingnieh the fla, Fw»»ty guerillas, under Captain Pratt, attacked T«vH>»vilieoD Sunday night, ?md were repulsed byahe Anderson county Home Guard-. • Last TuMfrya ?maii band of guerillas robbed David Ernry’s bouse, tear Braadborg, shot Mr. Retry, and demolished bis furniture. From Vtosblngion, , Washington, Wednesday, aua. 3u— the Secre tary ol the Treas-ary Ua- dedded to offer the bal ance of the 0 per Ceuta ot 1331, amounting to about £31.500, UjQ, to public competition. Bide will be opened by ihe Secretary of me Treasury at WasbiLßton, on Bej»t, 9ih, t nd pjyuj'-nts will be required, one-ililrd on the i«ib, r onf-thlrd on the i mb und or.c-tbird on tbe V.kb of chat month. Tkvpo*a*s, Fining *be uuioatat ot premium may be addressed to the eecreterv of the rraosnry ai WashfoßUn, or will be received by the General Asrifctaut Treasurer and at the d-uoriroriea of public money, and by the national depositary oanks. From >ew V«rk NewTokk, Aug. 81 —it Iseupposed tbe ship destroyed off Labia by tbe Florida was tbe Nicholas .Bidole, from Calrnttn;for New York, The Soldiers Can Tote. Cojtcoed, N. Wednesday, August 3*.—The Judges ol the Supremo Court of Kuw li :mpi*bire, to whom Ihe question wa= tefurrcc. hare affirmed the constltdtioxudity of tbe bul allowing eoldien to vote. Political* Readxrq, Penn;, Wednesday, Angnst SL—At the Berks county Democratic tfunventton, Hem. £. 8. Con was re-nominated lor Congress. 'news by meaem TUB 31XLITAUY SR * EJA Ritrn from firapt, ftbcrraaet and th« Saooanaoab, OFFICIAL BULLETIN. Washington, Aug. SI, JBM. To Major General Dlx: This department has reccirod froa Oca. Grant a rebel account ef tbe surrender of Fort Morgan, taktn from Richmond paper*. Cmr Poikt, Aue. so.—Tne following is irom the li'chraouQ JZnfJircT of tul* Moelli;, Aug. £C, IS&l.—The flag-ril trace boil returned lart evening 1 he Yankees say that Fort Morgan capitulated at £ o'clock last TupkUv. On Moml’iy af ernauu they concentrated their fire ou the Tort, wacu tua ho&b*rdc;ciit whs ramard In iU-j •tceaptime tre eicmy succeeded it gudli.g their howitzers into position and the line til sk.mlsh eis along the glscea of tbo fort, uud opened a heavy tiro -cu our gone and guuour*. aid, with the assistance of the mortar fleet, succeeded in damagia* ecteral vun carriages. The fort did not fire. Oo Taev da) Otn. Pago dctlroycd evitythluic iu tlie tort and eplkeo hiaganß. nnacd *heg>rri-ori, number ingCSittcn.were sent to New Crleiu*. Sevea*- tecn wc-ro tUicd. woaaocd Is ud tnown. None of tbe non-combitants were alwuvd'i tOTiauthe city. The enemy ba*e a siri.u?uuco of4,CCOon tbcmaiu latidatGrant’s Pas 4. UODNIt ZUBPATCII. Nonu% Aug. £B.—There is no change of. affairs at this pviut. All Is quiet. Signed U. S Quant. Unofficial reports represent Forres, Wneeler and Morgan as having joined their forces,'and opcnltnc sgair&l Gen. Sherman’s coimnum&ttlous Vetwecn Chattatooga and N»*hvilie, bat no report bar been leceivcdtromOen Bbermac.' Gen. Sbtridm is still with bis force a: Cisrlss ton. No operations have taken place since my last telegram in front of Fetersburjr. (Signed,) E. M. Stanton, Sec’yof War. JIEABQUAETEas Aienr OF TUB PoTCMiC, | Augnutsa—p. m.. f Instead ofalose of 5.00 by the Qth corps from tbe bstrU-s o( the ffith, 19th, aud il is now de floildv ascertained that it docs exceed 3,800, end as siracslere continue tocumo in, it may be far ther racnc* dto S.&CO. Toe loss of tbe 2d turps in Thurrcuy's fight may not exceed l£oo. Thu rcliels were slid to be transporting their supplies In wsgenafrom below Ream’s Stttioa to Fctmbcrc—& tedioue and danccrous busloess. New Took. WcduPMisy, Aim. Cl.—The New YtirH Tribune's Wabhlnirtuusuejial rays: *4Parra rut is to remam at Mobile, as his worn Is not done withthecnptcrsol FortMnnran. • Ai iiDporiaoia* tbceaplureof Wilmlo/ton, N. , rtonld be, it w»>u;dreqairw a comoinea aaaclr f-HhPsnn»- andr-avy. and Grant cod Sherman have neeJ of every available man. RiC')QKm* { nac*<'rao( tbe SS<h admit a lo?« of hesrlv 4,oU«ilu the attack at Beams' Station. Pris •Herb er.y ibeir !«•.<** is ovtr fi,o-0. . Another atrz.!K le t-xpected, Lee hunui; recalled the troop# irom tfci* SlucaT.doan, fonhat purpose. The inlicatl m* nrethat a heavy battle will ins Alima, cn the >*accn raiisoac, before the clode ut ibu ore- CtPt weCV. Ti;t UtrrJd'e army of the Po*oanc correspond ent ease.: • ♦‘The number of otr missing from the battle at Reams’Station Is* bcluc rapidly reduced by arri vals of e&tdit-rs vbo bad been scattered me wood-.” Tbo Herald's correspondent with the ISth corps tsys: . The canal is still in proerreas, and the working party it frequently ebtticdbyihe rebels, without' damsce. HitTiMOBE. Wednesday. Aug Sl.—The A«n*ri can tas ibelolloalug: lIZADQKH, iIiDDLE MILITARY DEPT., I August £O. f Tbe potion ofonrarav since my kil-r vft?ior-. 6bj ientice onclmnped. There wait very spint edcavalryfiEhtyielerdsy at jmlthflcld. 0?rloa? !□ the whole afiolr, U eludin'- allied nod wounded, vlit rot exceed one huuilred, while ihscoi the en emy must have bees much greater, as wchrdtna atfvautcjic of pcaltion. “ A rcconhoitsance deve’oped ths fact beyond doubt that the enemy still have a heavy fores in cur Iron*, and It ie oelbved they arc concentrating at Bunker Hill. C.onds of dust were dl-tlnsMy seen yesterday rising from the roan between Bu> kirllili and Wlnrhest'-r.&appostd to be caused hy the eneny’e wiuio'n train going up the Valley.” • Xsw York, Wednesday, An?. 81.— The Ucral'Ti comrfpoudeiit alrcs the following accoint of the fli htisgm the Snesandoali Vail y; “Goa. Mmbt’a dlvielou of Torbett’a cavalry wot tehtlnj; Bradley Jotr.fcn*? cavalry, aod one division of Early’e Infantry all day yesterday : (Lr'ih). fie came upon Johnson’s command on Euiday, and the country beloi: open, the Ist and Cdrcctdars met them »»y a counter chaw £*» collision of the two column* «•»•* retail, a c.d wn? tonro «hrvca*e«a=Ui»lJ MS been aeeubfeora rnnaa ti»« «■ »r. Johnson was driven from Castles town, through and beyond SmlOideld, and Merritt's division occapled tba Tht* morning (23th) they hjocgbt a division of Ictaoinr oorcavalry, ana the flrhUog continued briskly null about three o’clock, when Sierldia.* who bad gone to the front, sent to WrLrht, of ;ho 6»h Corr?« for a division of hie troops, lie at once diicctcU Sickttts to advance with ti*e 2d dtvbluu. ElcktlUmadcar pld march oltwa tnllea orinur*, and relieved Torbeti’s cavalry, whi had fought w.c*t splendidly fill day. Among the rasaaltle* is Br. 71. il Buleson,. Medical director or the rav airv Coma, who was -bnt throagd the cheat while nuirg with Torbctt. He 101 l o»er. simply es claicunp, *' It’s no use doing anything for me, 1 an> killed.** and died Immediately. HlckeU’s division cavauced nearly a mile before 1 be fouiid ihe enemy's line, then a ekii'mbn ea- ■ I'sccd of about five minute?, and the enemy fell ha- k lor the Light. • Keab iLomseßro/Va , Wednesday, Aug. 20. Gen. ' tx-st'jr >t eterday crossed the Gcaquan in the direction ot Bunker Hill, bntoncnccaiiterlng two nlvMon? of ItrcckiLndie s corps retired, ae U was not intended oe thould bring ou a general ec {.•asemenr. A detidnncnt of Averin's command U.-t niebt succeed tbe enemy ou the Gerrardetown road, and took some prisoner?. Avcrrl i* ro-day engage! lu t3i.ksl>gitCr.U)o:fcstDCo»«r the cnemy’d force, in tfe ne'tbborliood-tffjlunker UM this mornin/. New York, AngastSL—Th* New York Harold's Harper’s ferry correspondent says: “A eeotle xnon well posted Informs him that he believes a mvat battle will ho longbt near Harper's Perry, and that tte rebelshave not rdisqoientd tbiridca (Mac invasion ot Pennsylvania autlAlaryland.” ■.. monk n’AssmLLF. The BebrlK Aiming ft Blow at man’a Commaulculloui. (Special BUpatch to the Chicago Tribune] Xasnvmtz, Wednesday, Ang. 31,1351 OfSdal news from ChAttaooopa states that Wheeler crotacd the Tennessee River, on the 23 r b, at Klnjrsioo, movirg towafds Sparta andMcillnn vllle. • . On the 25tb, Colonel DeßrUi,of Wheelet’a com mand, attacked Major Waters, of the .Mix Tennes see, who fell back to Tallaboma. after a sharp* fichi of three hours, r with the loss of twenty men kilred t-nd eight missing. \ Msj. Waters was followed only a few miles. A citizen of McMinnville caw Col. He 8., who* told him that Wheeler was moving toward Nashville. Not much creder.ce Is Riven to thls.buxit’U ex pected that Wheeler will strike the railroad be tween Murfreesboro and Tnllohoraa. Itoddy, with 3,(K0 men* and 0 pieces of artillery, is across the Tennessee river, near Moulton. His force consists of two brlgadea, Patterson and Johnston’s. ■ Conscripte coming in report that Roddy vi j shoeing his horses and celling ready to novo He has a force bat no small bouts In Big Lance Creec, hut hopes to cross at the shotls. » Forrest wLbes Roddy to delay a few.days and join him in as attack on Decatur. A dispstch from Gallatin reports the rebels are l,soottrong at Lebanon. On tie 80lb they sorrosnded the plac-v and CapL Rath’s East Tennessee cavalry were oiptared with Gen. Mlligan. But few men escaped who report the capture. Nashville, Ang. SL—The art icklog force at Lebanon numbered 20 men •Gen. Mllikcu wa* ht-id several hours, but re leased. Uk was at Gallatin last night. Accounts sVt* conHlcllng regarding toe nuniocr.of Wheu er’s force. The htghert edimatc is’6,ooo. Whee*er’s main body is in the vicinity of Dechard and Tab lahtime, lorcavcnioc the railroad bridge? at' Elk acd Doric rivers. lie has undoubtedly divided hid force with the ultimatevlew of crossing into Kcu*' tccky • Last night SuOof Wheeler’s men drove in Van Clevc’s tconls at Woodbury, A. rebel force wa« *»lto seven miles east of Dec* River bridge. The rebel force at Woodbury was under DcLrilL. whoae brigade occupied McMinnville on the evening of the 29th. A telegraph dispatch from ihe commanding of ficer at Duck River reports that at 7 u. m. Ust night AfOO rebels were advancing upbn the bridge by the Manchester and Wart race roads. A telegram from Tnilalioma s.ijs that 1,000 of Wheeler’s cavalry came into Jasper at 1 p. m. yes terday and noon ttvday. * Thu wires wto down between Smyrna and Hecbard. . . , ■ * There arc no reports since, and no trains south to-day. - Tne river is 4*tf feel and rising. ___ FKGM MeUKRKY CUUTi’S'V, IkL. Grind Tslon Bully at TVoodsiock. [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tricune.. Woodstock, Mcllenry Co,, Aug. 31,1354. A rousing Union meeting, attended by over tbr&e thousand of tbe voters of McHeary wai heldlnthlfl place to-day. William Bress, Union candidate for Lieutenant Governor ledoi‘ wlthan excellent address devoted to a review of the con crnl ißEues'bf the day, and was followed by Judge Miller, of Woodstock, In the samevuln. Gen. Farnsworth then served up Little Mae lu well c.-oktd ebcee.,and Gt-u. Ogle?by put on hi- wir hoots and triew his hand at the rebel Copperhead National Convention p.atform, trampling itdnto, the finest fniinlers. • . , . . * . , Thire is quite a Copperhead element in Wood stock. hut McHenry will join her si-lcr counties in Noillicm Illinois in November In showing that with them she is tree to the Consiitatiou aud the Union, and that she spits upon and spurns the ball-Lorpchalf-alkator affair adopted at Chicago. The enthusiasm exhibited to day was imineonv and the best result* may be esi*c>w from tae meeting. Gen. Oglesby and his associate speus-rs nre doing an excellent work in taia portion of tho Bthle. F»«M fwX. F«»uaS* Guerilla flluner»,ii*inis Bonr * [Spsclol Dlspatcn to the ChlcagoTnbuio.l Si, Lena, Wodnea'day, Aug 81. The nomination of JlcClcilaa was announced in the Merchants Exchurge, by President Rlches/jn at 11:£0 to*day. The announcement was*>cspocd ed to by a very tew public voices W> wcat a scared? lo'hc heard, * ' ‘ Accent of lhc3dil!6w>niirniii!llnencountered hard of guerillas at Bic Hirer MiUe. SL-Frmcols county*.at dojilght’yesterday* hilling two and routing the remainder. Mortuary* New Toes, Wednesday, Amr. 31.—A telegram received beteyesterday from Saratoga, contamo the painful istelligotce of tbe ddath of •A. B Smith,' Esq.l Prealceot and Gtxm-ral Saperiaten eem of the Wisconsin, State and Minnesota tele gnph lines, after a very brief Ulness* CHICAGO, THUIt SDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1864. fHS COMVEamON. tsisb mv& mmm '“fee PetygKot' l&cmeemcj Id-tie Field! TBE PEACE SNEAKS GET ALL RET THE HEAD , - OF THE HOKE C. The Vote? by States---The Result of the Several , Ballots. ■ SCESES AMD IHOIDESTS OP YES TERDAY IN AADODTOP the wiawAra. A Ees-rnna of the : Con vention— a Political Pentecost. THE SPEECHES OF LAST NIGHT. The . Platform—Batiflcation Meetings. Tbe Convention hse come and gone. Its page in onr political and-munlclpal history is froutla picced by s vast wigwam, whose brief bat import' ant f.rrnclnnl mission ha? ended. It has been. In a civic end' general 'point of view, an entire sac cose. For tbe enke of Onlcago, we are prond to cl reside it. Jt la a fresh proof that Chicago baa ft way in such matters Uni la very satisfactory to oar visitors sad a scarce of fast Pildo to onr realdentf. We know how to attend to crowds. Onr capacities are vast, with the utmost elasticity. Wp can always accommo date a few more. Chicago holds her lap, andher railways pour In (heir teeming thousands, and we dm iced, lodge, and care for them. We have dons it the past week, and every citizen of Chicago, loy-jl' or Copperhead, has the right to con gratulate IrmeelJ and the city on the manner As to the Convention itself, it.wvsa Political Fair, an occasion for entry nnd exhibition, of com p€tiiJon,of hnctsterirg, of swaps andbirtcr. It vr.a a great match for principal prizes, a scrub j-rco for contingent* mltor offices. The ei tries comprise a ran.'C ib'c remembrances of the dis tinctive characteristics of which, will be permanent with our loyal citizens. We - have called it a Fau lt v, as more. It was a Pon ecosL We do not like travesties of Scripture, bnt if our readers wll tarn to tbe Ads of the Apostles, chapter 2d, with a slight verbal change in the first thirteen verees, the Chicago Convention of 1831 Is set down to a dot. The one accord was tbe cohesive desire to get at tho public crib. Tbe one place was Chicago and the wkwam. Tbe “wind” that filled Ulus been. Indeed, rushing and mighty, and has whist -- d, shrieked and bellowed on onr street corners at multiform and multlfarionsplace of concourse. The multitude has been aa various and motley as that where gathered “ Partblans and Medea aud ElarnUct 1 , ai.d dwellers in • Mesopotamia; and in Judea and Cappadocia, in Pontu?, and Phrtcla and PamphylU, In EGYPT, jn parts of Lybia about Cjrene, straogets of Rome. JEWS and Proselyte?, Cretcs and Arabs.” . And were unt th*;® ®u n«c r. smooth tongued Copperheads from the East, who believe damming the Government ns cheap and salubrious an oc cupation as scolding their spouses, aud equally sure of ft make-up at the close. Plug Uglier from the a urns of Eastern cities, with the scent of negro blood In their garments, and a keen *eu>e bf*tlxe affinity between cudgels, brickbats, rotten egg* and Abolition meetings. -lsaiah Ryudcrs on a free speech mission, Henry, City Dera of lowa berowtng for toF-mloa in differences of opinion, Mh-fonn bushwhackers with weapons within call. Gentlemen from “Egypt” tresh fromj’.he shooting down of our’hoys In blue. Sons of Liberty stock holders in the grand Joint scheme, badly luter tcicd with by the Federal author Wes for shooting Provost Marshals Wickllffe of Kentucky showing how much mere odious, Innate spite aud venom against Lib erty and Loyalty may become by eoleg thoroughly to seed. Garret Davis, dry and weazened, the very ptmmican ol Kentucky dl-loyalty. Auguste Bel monte, representative of tho Bothcbilds, financial agent ot 014 World despotism. Fort Laiaj’ette martyrs. The cheap Dooge of lowa, Dr. Olds, Cor. micbael, and Harris of Maryland. Smug ana brisk young Democrats from New England, who “don't believe civil war under our icHiiufiors possible, sir. 1 * Dick -Merrick on My Maryland, Vullaudigbam omnipresent, glinting his while teeth from every little coterie, puehlng everywhere with a ripple of, cheer from too rabb.e preceding him. |Deau Richmond, ampUtudiuoai, vast. schemlßg, with Sam T ldeu,.et Id omnegenua, cf being able to run this thins like a railway train, with a man at every break, forgetting that strong break* do not strengthen weak oridges, and do not atone for rickety “ lies” (like those con summated yesterday.) Fu.-ell old Whigs, shells aid nothing e se, like lobsters three years gone to .’“Erosclytca,** sojeheads lapsed from loyally. These and more, too numerous to enumerate. Tammany found rcprefenUlioc, Democratic caucus rooms toned representation. Every New England Hard Shell UnvS or county “ Old Line Democrat” clique was represented. Tbs handed,, traitors of Kentucky, the lurking home rebels of the Nor.hwe»tern States, tbo rattier* of the peace of troubled Missouri were all here, and the closest parallel of the Scriptural still re* mains, for the crowd of lookers oa and iUteuere in the Convention, formal or perinrbe., in t'.e streets nolcy, In the saloons holster jus, on the street comers blatant,-whether the listener was War Democrat, Peace Sneak, or rebel “every man hfflid them speak in his own language.” It was left ler loyal men to bo “ confounded” and to fulflj Scripture by-saying, “Dehold ure nut all these who speak, Democrat*?" If “others mocking salo, These men are Tull of new wine,” the error to be noted would he In-the style of beverages. The vintage of the North Branch Isn't wine. Dot really thla-Pcotecostal figure Is getting to he a heavy contract. Let us close' by adding our sol* emn conviction that more than the Pentecostal number of conversions, to sound loyalty were made by the exhibition of this “ untoward genera Uou” miscalled the' Democracy. 'But let us from the Acts of the Apostles to the deeds of the Democracy, ' - The Convention originally came together pre destinated to nominate Little Mac. Alt summer the scheme has been ripening, despite the labors ot the peace men and tho horocr State GcvernoxSeymour hsdun amblilon that way, the longing of a lifetime, now passed forever. Oh 'to. ratio, ua a man in a rapid cordite gra e p? a: a cov eted projection ou the shore, misses it, to be swept down,.to land thereat never. We v*ve yesterday a hint at the petils through which tbe platform was forged. Forged la*tbo term, and the forgers will "L* sentenced in November. We reserved for to* .day to tell how with matchless trieccry, and a purpose tbatrghltered llko a stiletto la mooulizht. the President of the Convention threw over from the second 'a session of Tuesday the nom na tion cf George B. McClellan, which was at his fin gcra’cnda aH throuAh Tuesday aftertoon’s session yet postponed, _ pushed on and on through tbo tardy minutes, until darkness fell on the assembly, and sunset (not Coz) overtook Lit tle Mac. True, It did not win. The delegations were proof to all overtures. Tbe caucuses were a dead failure. But Horatio Seymour coveted one night more to work out his own chances, and got it. It did him no good. The so.c result was a fuithcr tumidity o{ the hold bills of the delegates at four dollars per diem, except those who stopped at the i loncammel or Kilmarty House at aa many' shillings. .All each exerts of tbe jast.sum that ihouldhave accrued, holders have, a perfect right to {tend, for the office ot the Chief Executive of New YorlL Oar voluminous reportF.boih on the outside and the inside of this Ufue, arc the word photographs of tbe Convention.- The grand match was easily won by theChickabominy hero, whose harness Is claimed jointly by his partisans, one side claiming boasting of *• traces ” .that draw in the direction ol restoration of tbe Union, the others exultant in the “breeching** tnat will bold back the wheels of the Government from crushing traitors. We republish the platform from cur previous incite to give the handl» orkof the Convention complete. The record of the votes on the candidates we give votes ol States oral cast was entirely complimentary’ save where the Peace Sneaksvoted tor Tom Seymour, of Connecticut, and for .McClelijq. It will be seen that when tie change began they went through with a rush. The cheering was immense. Tae convention went off into estades, and Governor Sej icon? with a look on his fucetho beaten jockey wears ai< he rides back to the judges stand, aa* nonneed the result. The episodes o the convention were many and ic tercstioc. The : ancient and. shaky WlcMiffe was unusually active, and often on fats weak nins. He moved, and it was carried that the- Democracy do not dissolve, thdr convention, bnt hold it ready to meet on any occasion, say at tbe senile shrieks of Wlckllfib prßsvls. Then rose &> gentleman of the German persuasion, with a mild mi liary flavor, and the title of Colonel, and a name eo long that we should' like to see him take it with - him on horseback to rifle through’ a -thicket. He pledged and made over to the ticket In fee simple,somehun, ,<Jred thousands of his countryman, with an unlun iled number “to arrive.” ' The transaction re- minded ns of, noUilog more forcibly than'the at* tempted real estate operation of. the Father of Lift when he offered foe Saviour ol mankind ati the kingdoms cf tbe’ world Jor ft coas.defft ion. well knowing be did not wn on iocli of the pro )• cr yin qaeatiun. ?7e should doourGecuiiu raid’ ers it jus’lcc not to attempt t f e lype-B'.rftluinsj «(* TectofeivJnjnhc osne Co! Lio-gcu-stliW'iz be thJi of their couuiryinau to tvhum they are to look for exemption from hla eluDendous'y leapt* draft oo German loyaltf to the Union. Pendleton, the second on the ticket, is tha peace element of the concern, ft young mao of brains wio tfasgone' into disloyalty and treason sbriekioj* shrewdly to make tt pay. Ho Is stronger Wan McCTcUaa in precisely the ratio the krogiroo is Btroocest behind, The abort legs In front or* simply for dispensing, sufi prasplng not letplag The anti-wur men,propel the ticket. Alter a lulls further business, the detail of which is set down* the Convention adjourned, retaining Us organiza tion. The rest of the proceedings of the derate set down. For the proceedings of yesterday In the Convention we refer to the inside pages Hero fol.owcth the reprint of the platform of the Con vention, and we leave'the reporters to (ell thereat. • ""i hc Ratification. Preparations had been, made in advance tor a grand scries of ratification csremomes befitting the magnitude of this issue,’la anticipation ol tbs numisalibn yesterday. Aixancemcnts w /re per* lecled tor processions, Illumination and speeches, and several thousands of toichhgbtawrre got ready for the event. A nnrober of fireworks were also picpared and. bunds and marshals ware en gaged ad libitum for the procession. At eight o'clock the preconcerted signal for as sembly was tolled ont from the bell of toe Court Houbfe,aDUonilaieof fiity guns w«s fired by tbe J ear born Light Artillery, under command ol Capt. James bmiih. Tbo proceseiou wns Armed In ihreo separate division*. wtuch under the head of the loilowlng Marshals formed’ftt-the places Indi cated. Chid Marshal—Choa, WoLU. Assistants— c, C. Marsh, C. JS. Moore, Redmond * Prinolvliie. FOB TUB SELEOATION ATZASQB. Chief Marshal—lsaiah Ejncera, of New York. Assistants—wm. McCaudlcda, ol I’enunjivunia; A. Unacrwood, of Mossauboacua. BODTB DIViaiUN. Chief Marshal—Juba ftrmlv. Atrsietauis—Juhu P. Campbell, Michael Zvaos, Arthur l ampbell, Mark Sheridan. Formed ou Clark street, with taeright resting on Muuruc. WEST DIVISION. Chief Marshal—JosepaSbetwin. Aesistants—Ma com McDonald,* Henry Achoff, B 8. Dobii, D. W. Quirk. , tt ' Formed cu Washington street, with the right reeling uu Clark sir et. NOBTn DIVISION. Ch'c* Marsha!—W.T. JUiufeldt. • Armanis—John S. Quinn,«nnk C. Greene, C. B. J. Miller, «iohn A. ll>uer. . . Formed on LaSalle street, with tbe right resting on Waabiuuton street. At about nine o'clock tbe procession formed, numbering lUGB pen-one ad told—exclusive of the musicians— and a great proportion ut the crowd were buy?. The order 01 procession was: doatn on Claik street to Harrison, cast to Michigan are' im«% i hence to Lake street, uence to Market street, thence to Randolph street, thence to toe Court House, 1o listen to tbe raliU cation speeches. The procession was preceded by an ammunition «euou, drawn by e:got wnlic horses,aud prefaced by an Illinois Central .’rent light. from wmeb, oc ca*ionaily, Kua»an cacdio-* and other innocent Ure worts were oispcnsed gra’la. Distributed amongst the crowd were some two tmndrei Coin-so lan terns, and a few invincible transparencies, bearing am« tg others, the following-inscriptions: “We ire coming Father Abraham;** “We Use the doiu> nn»;“ “Stare Sovereignty ami National Union;" “Let Tyrants Tremble when the Peupio Speak;” “Tine Democracy an unequivocal peace plat form;** “No War, no otait;** “Toe Northwest is rot In market, and shall not be sold;'* -A tree ballot or aireefi-ibt”; “TheCoustltouju salt is, end tbe Union as it was.” A transparency nearing lie words “Democratic Platform: Tuo Ualot and the Constitution—Republican; The nlg, abodoy and Abe Lincoln,** was left in the Lands of a boy who said be was promised fifty cent** in advance lor bis trouble as a torch hearer, but cb he had not been paid ho would notmrve another inch. Toe plucky youth was the centre or attraction lone niter the procession had moved on, and fliul'y tbe transparency was given to a colored lad, who said It wonhl make s first rale bud-esge. SHERMAN HOUSE. Long before the proceselou formed, a crowd c&ttbitd uroond the Sherman House, aud caked for speaker'. None were forthcoming on the bdl con), and a few ambitions individuals commenced tu the assemblage from varloon points on the stduwulk. It stems not to bare been **'>»•“• teniiunol it® “dncciurb’’ of the movement, to ptimU laikluc before the procession had ccaaea Its ptrambniauoDß.hut tbe pressure was toogreat, ana they finally succumbed. ONB OV THE “UNKNOWN' 5 GODS. A peniletran from Now York, whose modesty forbade the announcement of his name, op-rced th« regular proceedings by what be was pleased to term a “ logical 1 * harangue. Tbe day past bad been cue frauubt with momentous lasne?. Upon it depended their very national file—’he preserva tion of tbe nation—and he was happy to say tue remits were • qual to the emergency. The great convention, upon wtlcb so much depended, was past, ihe crisis was over, and it only remained wiih them to tally round, the nomine*** and place thuu triumphantly in possession of the reins or tbe nation. Tbo platform wclcb bad b-itn aiou’-cd was a good one, and excellently reoicseuted thn views cf the masses of tbe people. £Cbecri.l Limoln. at tbe outect ot tbe .troublesome times which tor four yearshave caueed tbe nation to be dcinsvd with blood, acted iuamauucr dlrectl# aniat-onisUc to all reason, inaugurated a system which could sever product peace. Da ring those iosr years bo ha* heeu working against the common gjod and welfare of the people.' Tbeyaaw tho c#Us of the locum-. bent dynasts', aud mm-t labor wltuont ceding to overthrow it and bring about a remedy. Tbo Demociatlc L'onvuution just eoncladcd has noml nn'evd an excellent cacdluate and adopted a planorm. This platform woild raise tbe couiKry Horn ha depths of roLcr?, ana place it agtln upon a sure foundation. How did tho country-now • ami d other than sunt far, »ar oelcw the arere.;- ot its uat ocal standard? The administration h «d --lost all sense ot honor, and nstd nil means, Jn»t or unjust* to teccro Us own corrupt cuds, Lincoln bad forgotten the wants of the American people and tomed a deaf car to their cry for peace. Tau pedole wanted peace, pcrmanect peace, and lie Krvcntly believed tbat that desideratum wuu-d be attained by the Democratic party as soon as they got In power. He knew that toe South wautud peace andwould accept any hooorable'propoil- Uots. They could not, however, accept the peace offered by oar present ruler?, for it was a dishonorable one. Lincoln had laid down a few unjust atbltraiy laws or rnlts, and had declared until tbev were com piled with, tLc dcvatiailug baud pi war should continue to ruin onr lovely conu'ry and blood fbooid cobtmoo to flow in an unbroken stream otir the plains of this fair continent. Such wis Ms policy, and such was the policy wtdeh had ever matktd bis administration and caused all tbe eviU which tbe people now feel so keenly. Hetacomos of cil'-ant oeod were tbe movements which ebar «c erized the exceeding great lore of Abolition Lincoln for the nigger. This state of affairs must be- altered, they most regain their former national prorperity, and to do it. must trample under tout too Iron despotism at Washington. Tbe Democratic party offer the remedy, and It :i*-e with tbe people to accept their proposition Tfceir plaltorm oreyostfd jusclce 10 all, to preserve •' the honor of the North, but to ■ treat our enemies as brethren, offer them the right baud of fellow ship. They a ill hold out to tnem the ollvobraucb in ote bnnd and tbe Injured constitution. In the other. (Aiplause.) Tbe country, continued the speaker, has been minrd, -the people almost re duced to poverty, their Innas mortgaged. If th>*y reelect Abraham idncolu.'tbey wilt show their approbation o* this condition ot thlo£i. and ig noring the con-titnUun and the nghr» of the groat American people win endorse every act of this corrupt aomi: Jstrniion. (Faint oppUa-e amid which tbe unknown withdrew.) AKOHIEJI. A man, unknown to lame, hullin': fram some un known locality, attempted to enlighten the audi ence upon the pen dint: questions -of the day, bat be in! Ed to ot tain a bcartni'. Cries fur McClellan Tellaridigbam, Seymour and others, drowned hie Weak auo husky vuicc. and at or vainly oaravln: to get In his “ eay 1 ' he retired lu disgust and mala theebtereo* the iiudicnce. Uiram Kelchenn of New T<rk city was next In iredneed and wsa well received. SPEECH OF UIRAII KBTGnra. Herald be oidcotrociu to Chicago to make a speech, but he camohtro with his wnole heart and coul ciillttbfl in a elusle cause for a single object, eto tuat tbe nomination of Gooerul George B. Mc- Clellan I rejoice that wc have’succeeded, and that in addition he standsupona pla-.fonn which la tbe vtrv embtidimeitt of pmriuvsm aodhoaor, and which all can endorse. This day will .be notable in onr history as the anniversary of the. r*t )rn of coDsUUtlonal liberty and emeral peace. Our chil dren will recur to it witUprlda and it will be tbe . acme ot honor wben a m*u can say 1 was a mem oir ot the convention which nominated Gen. Geo. B. McClellan. (Qcrc tbe crowd became so bolstor ons that tbe epeaser's voice was entirely drowned and it was five or ten minutes before he coaid pro- Cfc 'Xhtrc are men, he resumed, who affect to doubt tbe sincerity of the platform we have adopted to dflv. Disappointed and dnuallefled themaclve& they are etrinng to sow the seeds of anarchy and dlfsenalon. and cope to band as over again bound butd and foot to our enemies, (Hero there were vociferous for Vatlandlgham and Se> moor, which completely silenced him.) Yes. says Mr. Kachum, that nob e leader of New Yore, who tsrnuah ite o urkc&t hour ol our country stood true to our flag and firm by the faith of Democracy, we all love, and 1* am sure you cumot pay him a higher • compliment than by voting f.>r General McClellan. Yes, bo .to year hemes In the country labor with a zeal Sudan tnercy you have never shown oefore. You strac cle fur no ordinary cause. Top h-,pe of our coao trt hang upon your oc : Ion».Do not, oh do not siappiSnt ua. rrom Kow Torkwo promise jou s,i iM.ltO msloiltj. iten or the W«t, wo rely oooimon for ea enmd'y heerty responßO. Let tbe prairies blerc With your watcMrei, and ihs l.coyene ilOKwllhyonr rkmtaol victory, aed on the 41b ol March next I hope to moetyoa al atteo inauguration of our nominee Georze B. McClellan. • * CIS. XCCtUUJt ISSODSCI2). Poring tie nrosrefß of lie epesiing, an tee credible cenilcman, standing In a room to the iLlrd story of the Sherman House, stmied tie ciowd bv announcing In tones greatly resembling those of Bully Clayßcan: Gentlemen, I htve creat pleasure :n announcing to yon that General Gcorve B. McClellan has arrived in town. He is too mneb.tattooed to speakto-niebt, hwtbe desires me to soy that be Is entirely sill-fled with the “lallorm *• (Cries of “Dry up, you fool P “Hing Speaker was not to bo choked off in that summary manner, ana shortly after appeared at the window.' “Gentlemen,” said h«.I have the honor to announce taat General McClellan la «n --nn-ly satisfied with the platform. He also an. iionnce® that to-morrow momlngnt half-past nine o'clock be will address yoo from this ba'cony, and distribute all the Illinois offices at half-past two In tne allernoon.” Following Mr Setchem esme an “unterrlfled” from tbe woods of Wisconsin, with a voice of tbe “horse addle ’* order, and screached for abonc ten minutes, to the intense delight, of the -audience. the fan had proceeded far enouahhe was choked off hy the crowd, and Dick Merrick took tbe stand. BpEECIIOP MK jcEnmcs. He thanked God that be was permitted to stand ac am among the gallant democracy of Illinois. He •was nrond and happy of the occasion. This is not a time to argue, not he could not repress the gratification no lelt at the prospect ol a plorloua pesurrecnoa or Democracy and Democratic Principles. Wesre.for the whole country and our filonons old flag against sectional madness and ru iTjpus war. We are to choose soon between a - statesman on tbe one hand and a senseless joker on tbe other. Joses cannot in any event save oar - country,. A statesman may. Toe son of promise Cbntaued on Fourth KlctD aubcrtisemenxs. Government Secitriliss. We arehnjmg endsehlag all kinds of Govci-oment Stocks and Bends, - 5-20’s, 1881s, 7-?0s, DUE YEAR CERTIFICATES, Quartermaster’s Checks, &c. Gold Coupons for Sept, and Hot on KHdO'sand s»2O’s at best rates. SatiscriptSons received to |he 7*30 and 10*10 Loans. PRESTOS, WILLARD & KEAN, No. 1 €I.&6S STSELT, Cotnsrcf Son'h Water. EOlqtJlU " ■.QUJhSTITm-E8 AND REPRE JO hKHTAIIYKSicr the Array or Navj forahhel at the lowhsT mips For one, tvo or three years Apply to J.B. HUQUNUV *epl qIKMt-net f Court House Square. It/SASOiSIC There TtiU be a rc»n *XuL lar ecuTCCatlcn o> Van Bsswotsu. Sr., Lodae of >pnectfotr« at We lissome Teaple tali (Thutsd .y) eveolig, at 7J4 o'clock, s;pi qn.-ll JAMES H. MILES,Qr.Ses'y. ajOTIOE Having told onr ttock i_* of Beady Made Ciowlnr to Messrs, kino, hhlloGU* CO ,oi tb 8 city, a 1 pars jU icdebua t: os either by rote or Bcrcmn, &xe r'Qoerted to pay tbe same to them at Eos. 24 ana 2d Lake a:. B.J*. FEuGDSPN A CO. Ctlcsto, Augusta. IBC4. GEO. B. iXcCLEGLAtf* 51: 18a settled fact that Gen. McClellan will be the next President, bat It is a certainty ihac as dae PHOTOGRAPHS c*n be procured at Bvciltt's Gallery, 151 Lake street. a«.c*n be found tn We West TVM. M. EVARirr, Proorio*.nr, UatKiai, Operator. . sehqlPS-it CBINRLES AND IiUMBLiR. —I kj smceiiica B tch!«*a best cawed chlrz os. dore cie1 * < nthe c»i»,a» {CCi per m. AsoiGfcH fencing n jvu cry commeu board at St 2; ary puned Uoor Ire at no, ted all other zlrdsot mmoer »nd Utb as low a? any 5 aid In town. Send year orders to C. U BitEKD. . lei-qWI-U-D&W W« ISth itreet, teat bridge. OALMERS’ ACaDE MV, 329 ° Waba b svetne. The seventeenth term of tots irstl;u*un opens rnMocdar,toestb syof Seottsni. her. 'her* are lour DBp*rtmeo»s— Prt<na-r, loter meoirtte, adrarceo sod C.lUstrie. Circular# ran oc obutnrd by addrtiSjLg the Principal cr coiling at tbe Academy. w. D PALMS It, A. M, P: luclpal. stl q’C6-2t-in*AßATntt eOR DEW ORLEANS, &0. JL Tho splendid packet MARY E. FORSYTH, 01 th»roaul&r Kmltoml lice, will be oLatched from C«irofcr New.ori3*ns uod ln:eraectk*,e porta oa Bnn4ay Itiernlog not, tbo 4th or Sept, The Illinois Central Brilrovi train, leavtoz Chlca so ti&t&a. iu. on the 3j. will connect wttia her. tor ireJshtaLdp^sareapplyto * JAS. W&iSBAitE Aga-.t, 53 Diarbo.nstree-, Cbbviro. Dan'Asl>& Co., Ajtta , Cano. bel-qltS-i: net fJILLINGS. GOODRICH * 00., have cn hand a goed Eitlre and a Superirr r.col'Jri'apple Fresh Appl*■ recured dvlj. awcas Potatoes an Onion# on hand. JCo.’T' IVlarlcKt Ntrent eel-ql>Mt Republican Wlswatn Bufidiugß. PACEXXS HOUSE FOR 3 ALE. ST A svall Pecktur Bouse, situated with'n tb* City Limits vtlcu has facilities fur glauahienojknd handing lour hundred hoes per oay For further to fom.Uc.ppU to AKnJiHnRLB!rP4CO - BAftTUPfet 166 So. Water street. DR VISIX-K, AND * I ail nt>eratvifa of photographs taken at CUtX FISGHAM’6 GALLEtvY, 115 LAKE STKEET. Terms reatonahle. sel-qllO IV TON DON Ej?E ‘AND EAa INFIRMAKY, ÜbUch*sßlcck,Berth v*ltrk stxest,CMcaso,Dll£oli. n. P. BETNOLDS, Mr D., (Foimnty of London, EbeUu-lJ Sorzeon. Oculist sucAurlst. Soccesifu'Jr neats *ll car»ote diseases ot the Etc and Ear, wuethrr laterr.M cr extern«L 'll reneical opiradocs tbillfally periormoi. Arti ficial £>’•. ACjlortned. V». bSYKi ina will warrant all cm«wbc'e the orsant are perfect in -n, £z>mtn«Uon and opinion free. P- O. Drawer Ois. ael-qt.O-lt SALT PETEK- cn hard and to arrive, a superior arade of CRUDE SALT PKTRE, Wbicn wa offer to the trade In lot* -o hud. B. Bd. OUPEh * CO , eul qin-:str s*T 1-4 Bomb ff&tdrstiest. nnSE HALL ENOM AS “PHAW'B HALT'.” Sruihwest corntrofSu’e and Kandoinh striti*. Is to* T'bt, at a rep-eanable ra**» Af*ply at us Waihvw'ca atre t,i - j rIEBD Box 4olL Cbleatfo au3l bMi<aet AT A BAKftAXiJ - .—A Retail Family Grocery, on State ifrefet, FOK P <ILjK. Grod Iceatlon and doing a tbruine builoets. T*ie owrtr on account of tit health bos to pl«e upthi Aodxes# PostOXce BoxlU). or i»iUua Siate street, in tae store, Chicago. aa3i-q9t-«tu^t PARK COURSE. TJmisdiy, Sept. Ist. 1884. FTIHAB S2OO. HBiTS, Beat Thiea in Five to Himesa JO3LW.HOLCOMB'Sb.m. “Lady Sherman," JAS, CriNLISK’d ch.'g. " John Morrlssy." T r.EOAC&'Sb.g.**DavidQase." gotsen start at 3 o’clock precisely. There wlllbeaL'cc of Omnlkussea runulagfrom tbe State street ears to tbe track. Idlawlld. Panto, Bowes, Aba Beker, Sympathy. Surprise, MonMCn, anff*several others, the best race bones in the country are at the track prrpatlcg fo? tbi* ensuing races commesetngths 6th. It wll. well retat a visit to the track to witness these One speci mens of the thorough-bred horse. sslq—lt PAPER HANGINGS AT THE OLD STAND. Tbo largest Jobbing bouse of Its hind In tbs Treat. TO THE TZCA©E. A fall csAOtlment ct lilts Biff ait Broil Blanks 39, SATIN?, BORDERS, &c. Also, s foil stock of CURTAINT FAFIES ’ FOR THE RETAIL TRADE. A choice: COLLECTION In feveiy departmant. New Styles of Decorations And a great variety of PLASM GOODS. E. «. 11. FASO:V, 70 LAKE STREET. an3C-pS7B-3tPfct . niNS IMFMTOM. CUico and Salesrooms, 70 LAKE STREET. F. G. L. Faxon. hcstcnsiom wcrklnthe city, - anSfl-lfiTS Sinet ■ WINDOW SHADE Fixtures and TrimaiingS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 70 LAKE STREET. £. G. L. FAXON. au33 pJJI-itnet •Vfl*TH WARD EXEMPTS ARE i,v noticed toaooearat the Washington RVattn* Fuk comer of Basdol *a an<i Sock cn streets, from 8 to i t *cloo» every site moon mis «eek (except Samr. avl, when andwbsre aeceuarypapers will oe rrrpered sou lixmn; tlo i given, teas 'he names of all not liable to military duty treyhe atf taken Iron the enrollment. By cider cf the ward Commfttte Ch’cacr, Ang. 9.1882. »u3l-qISS-» nr*Timee. Journal and BUtti Zeltang copy two ttAM« . £tfe«> gLbhrchseaiemz THE BEST CUSrai-f|AD£ BWS la the market, are manufactured by 0. M. HENDERSON & GO., Nob. 4,6 & 8 Labe Stroci, OPPOSITE TBE ADAMS HOUSE, CHICAGO. They tare m stcre the Unseat stcck ot Eastern Wirt mthe Wnt, b'uiht la «sy an<i June, before the advance »adwtU *ell tnsoy styles lower wan Eastern pticea. ~ ALSO. A LAB9S STOCK 07 Boot Koccatains and Shoe Packs fox lumbermen. aal7-p« vt*k neutf GREAT SALE O W EEADY-MiBE CIOTHIIC' A X BEIDING & €©.’§, 98,100 anil 102 Molpb Street MENS’ CLOTHING, Boys-. Clothing AND UMTS’ FUENISMG GOODS. - Uniform Prices and FAIR DEA Hilisra-. G. T. BiLDDiQ & €O., Sc 103 Rondo3plt Street, (TIKECTLY OPPOSITE MATTE3ON HOUSE) Lan3lqJ2?lt] 105 Lake SlrccL 3STEW STORE. DAILY ARRIVAL OF RICH DREES HOODS, SHAWLS, LACES, Embroideries, Hodse Fur nishing Goods, A*D TEE BEST ASSORTMENT OS* GEHT’S. FURNISH GOODS To be feuad wett of New York, All at prices dcfjiujs competition* as they Ttcro alt bouglit preview* to tho late steal advance* JUST RECEIVED, ffen Tartans and .Finds In all the new materials of Dress Goods, Plain Poplin s. Lusters, Empress Clotlis and Heps, 1H ALL THE NETT SHADES. 3,000 pieces new French Merino, in all tie new shades, at much below present value. ROSS & FOSTER, NEW STORE. auSOpffli-tfnet Prof. H. A. D. Be Mnnn’s Hair Bestorsr. TO THEE EPTJBXjIO: I have for several yfarepaat been gradually loflna iry ralT.mui otlsttttbp'.oocrtnvbeadhaC become aiirOßt raid, aril the hstr wfc>ca ren-tlned Dad ebasuti* from ttanaiurai cbV-r to o: no»tiy to. 1 tbtceeU tamale the acquaintance of c'ro. Ue Mans, enc on th< svengiho- bis a anrance tn-t a pibptr Bpp lotJcn ofb < K*tr Sas’ rrrr would give iceabtaaofEnwbal'.ldecid*)' to make u tlalof it, acd oafpoUcaticn of rtgrt'wmta. t have.* crop omew n«4ir, growing aa ilnolynn 1 couli wnh end of Uie criglL»K« ior. If any iuiv ora*n> tlen.audeelroi t»bav« ccnLr evld n .rce of t&e truvr ot the above itateueit, tnsy esa aatMyth«rai*lvei by eul'd* gratae at xnyoffiea in ih* rovtlmu block, rtniro tailneffl hmr*, < r «*-. my tesMeu'e, No 619 ®Btb utioo street I have fauna tn« aa to *aa Urirtb of time necessary to prcdacu tie n-wtair, ato evt-ry fraermi osmcnla* ccoi:C ed with 1% ibo i’ior»iio>’a statements'at the ouvei hav* cravat entircl- c*ir«rt Bad tea applies tun pradnc’ttno ctbrrmati then tbo deeming of mv tali of>as <>aff«nd every dh*r 'arpnotv common «o istr, Z an .old consider trwfrtf an ply cfp p-nj«t’a tor toe conOdoretion psld, sns wnala not cow r>n C«pMve<» rf rs&telorotm ones too one* chwoi for it. Ivfler lbi» my testimonial of lie rood effect* ct> ms o»t bf id that other* may b* he* ed'tsd by Its are. and unsolicited cn tae pars r 1 Prof. Denman Q.P. KANDaLL. Arch tecs Office Portland Dice*. Chicago, fi:., Aar- Ji, »SM. PrcfiseorDbMurn ran bae-inasltedathu Bra-ch Ofcft No. 133 Lea’born street, eorntr cf tfeduoa (np-vtaira.) Consultation free. toi-qSMt CBOSS BYEi EITE Ss SAB, SOBS EYSi, SUBOIEY. DB. rNDE3 w ool>, Oculist ard Aur!«, Operator for Cross Eye*. Ac, 12J KaaCo.Db streoc, Cbfca»o. Dr. C.’Baurs?ry li ihrcn^caf/om trl rt>ht with p-iilesii* r o;n au parts cl ia-j c n-’rr, to get an interview. ____ set-qS-S it AT WHiIiSSLE. Three innrlred boxes Seth Thomas Clocks; 500 boxes American Clock Co. clocks;alarge assortment ef me dium class Jewelry for country trad e, Plated Spoons, Forks, Castorv eta ; in fact. tbe largest stock and best variety of all kinds of Goods in ohr line west of Hew York. AJ WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. American and Swiss "Watches, Dia monds. Jewelry, Silver Ware, Fancy Bonds etc. MATSON & HOES 117 Lake Street. au£&-p647-10t*net JEWELERS. I,COO r&ics of clock*, of all kinds. 100 dares of Watches American and Swiss. 50 Cases of Plated Wore. «And n large and fre»h stock ef Diamond, Gold and Ivorv.7euelr? t Sllv-pGo:dv.6pe*tj»claß,Gozzle9. <feo.. AX WHOLESALE AnDIiEfAIL. K G3LES 880. & CO., an2l-psoo-7ttet _li2 t.apr sTP.EEr, r&NK BUKDRED DOLLARS irill l>e paid lor tbs recoTery of tbs body of Cm*. P»uick Clancy, loi; overbcvd- Jrom tba rcHooDer Kacine, off Kewanee, Fna»y morning, Kut. 26.15 W. ■ B. MASOH A 808 9» 'itttS-pSSMtnet CoroTi&iß&'ltOQmna* NUMBER 58. ■Ntto SUibettißcmEnts. Cabinet Organs! Cabinet Organs! Cabinet Organs! MADE ONLY BY MADE ONLY BY MADE ONLY BY IAM&IAB1,BOSTON, MASON &HIILIN,-BOSTON, MASON & BAIUN. BOSTON, rmbnco ■ various Patent Improve- rocni m no otbor liocd ißiOpmi-nt AMONG WHICH AEE TDK Automatic Bellows Swell, Automatic Bellows Swell, Automatic Bellows Swell, Knes Stop Ac.,- &c,, Rnee rtop, &c., Ac., Knee Stop, &c. s &c , XTsedbj Gotfc-cbalk in all his Concerts Us*o by Gottacbalk in all Ms Concerts TJatdby Gottschaikin all his Concerts Decants belt adapted to Artistic Rlbcts. ferenose I e*l adapted V: Artlstl-i Affects. Bsc*nae beet aaapva to Artistic Etf-cU- Sec Testimony 0* 3lore than 200 Onanists. See Testimony, of fliore than 2uo Organism. See Testimony-of More tbaa 200 Organists. BeitHced Irstnments for P*ri:*r,Scfcool and ’hutch. Beit Peed laft/nTnenta far Parlor.Sc* Oftt avt O nrf b. Dee. Seed Instruments lor Pailur.£cnuul and Chaich. the Cabinet Onrars (virjlcv 1o M-e, finltb and price, irom Pita .0 (610) rorflveynin and RtMntv-e crritet sat-rfaC'-t'o. Wo k«rp -hem cotstaaUy on band, and teL’, wboltsaila sad retail, at KO->T * CADY, 85 Oars street, Chicago. faetoiYVilcei. Bradbury Pianos, Bradbury Pianos, Bradbury Pianos, -Now in the Ascendant. Now in the Ascendant Now in the Ascendant. Splendid Specimens Styles 5. 6.9- Cpibiiciii atyles 5, 6,9 Splendid Specimens Styles 5 ; . 6, 9. Now on' Hand. Now on Hand. Now cn Hand. Other Stales Coming. Other Styles Coming. Other Styles Coming. AH Orders Fitted In the fVderla wMeb sT»c«lTed. All Orders ‘•'tiled In lbs Order In which Received. AU Orders filled In the Order la wlucb Received. TO3BTX3TLT SITTISfi OTKIH PZA3TOB Ct BZOHA3S«. comvtantly GSTTDto OTiiSit pixsos m rrCßtnar. COS'BJXNTLT OKniAG OTBXB PXX3O3 IB XSCOASGS Buy tßiadbcryandyou won’twvat a Chin?", nny a Br-tocur? and 301 wo'.’t wan? a Chance. Bn) a Bradbnry and yon won't wans a Chans** HepntsMon neither Mashrorm or Mcu'dy. Reputation taiibcr isnshroon or Mould/. J3T ■Warranted to jtyc perfect aatlsfr.ctlo'j. Other flr»t-cla»a Pisan* on band booebt at old DJlcts. A!s", ?hest m oilc, Mu-tc Books aud al Since of xnantcal mcrtbardiae. at wuoi*-s-»lo and re* tail. We aebcia itricyy 10 the cHxraic* ar«rs*. cso.r BOOT.) - ?.OQT A C4.OY, b. t.doot, t os Qazk street, Chicago. c. ) aeVgSTStntt QOFASTaERSSiP notice, H.‘ BARTLETT, OF BOCKFORD, ILUTO:3 t Is a member of Ibis firm on and after this date. TO. BBUifi & CO. September J, 1351. ' sal qiß2 It IJI&MATOE, 1 TOHAXOS3 1 TOMATOES! 2,000 EUSISEJLS .TV ANTE®. parties In the country esn find reijy gala for round lotsbysddreMics ■ 7HO9US & CO., 59 LseaL’e street, Chicago IClaoli. Pest Office Eoi2.ts. • s«il»pCTt It gTE WART’S COOKING STOTES FOB WOOD AKD COAL. Stewards Parlor Stoves FOR HARO AND SOFT COAL. MACGREGOR HOT AIR FURNACES, At J. P. Dalton’s. 1 7 1 S'tiree't* . rtlql&u . •- - WAREHOUSE, DICXERSO9, STURQES & CD. • ibpoxtbsi) or rrxi<r plate, And Dealers In Tinners* £tack. ICEXTS FOR THE IKHTE’SSCiLE CD3IP.IST. im a 2oi Randolph st., ceicaqo. tu3-pfc£a auiuct JLLISOI3 COM. AT TVHOX.BS&LE ON£T. Persons bnylnc moatrtttlet often tons Ani op T-«ra can obtain m creation and lean orders at tie Ofilco Of . HolSFOifO, Elsi BALL ACO , ao2B-pSS3-l«aet 109 Lose street. ‘TJEA'IKRPRESSED HAT—We A.* will sell a few honored tens ot eooa iroleod prattle Oat. Boater Pressed, deliverable la this nn oncara on cr before November Ist next fcOTT, GOSS & CO., IX Clark street, corner of Soath Water, LwonrisEmlcictj. P.0.80x*917. auß24-p-j3 limet • LABIPS, OILS & GLASSWARE, THE BEST STOCK IN9HB WEST, At t fc e UIWEST MARKET PRICtB. Per sale bi anil-EMs?2tLet GEO, u. POPE. 1« d. Clari it. ifi. 'VVKIoHT, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT [sstibusiizd 16503, FJre-Prcof Warehouse 136 SJnzle Street, E&t*crc Wells and Lasalle sta . ..Cfclcago. X3T Usual facilities extended to county dealers. «PnrcDtse« for foreign account made at emtomary rales. • *aJs-p35:-iUe6 “ TRUiSjES,” The Hai d Rubber Trass. TM(tTns?*wUl cure Hernia or Fop'nre oftblrtr y*«ra* btt-Bdir cm b« tta™ trirr o ■ «m iieTer nut, bre*S. cb»l«, *«!1 «? b latv. ®9 strap*. e~n oe in Ba’b.Be.acrt .a a'ja SOog tar«T. Ii as-*i and r«»-aa*ni.M 5 •*« «« ftomxn,t FltLl’ “ jgOTICS. WESTERN SPICE MILLS, gT. 3L.OXJIS, MO. •njenaderiJened offer tor aale tba above mentioned 3511b, JlatMnery, Stotk, Ground, St, tj, e Lo; bi« a front on Seventh street of tes f«t by a rfi«fhof CTM’ect. Tbe mam Daildwexe lour itoneg hicb wtb a three story Back o ..Udine and a boUar bru% an- stac-c ad'otrio*. For particulars Addrosi BAKE--CUX, mess rn CO. second street. It. Louis. Ho. . en-iS-pSJ^^tnet Tbe best stock of akt. ISTS’ MATERIALS ta the West can be found at JJETXE A AL^tn, jdl Ctlcago, TScto aibrrtiscnxrntß. PIANO'S. HoIMT, B tViS & C4’S < Unrivalled Pianos. Tltis Improved scale of Planes. of which or* TWELVE THOUSAND A«e ccwt* ate. sal w' i:h here rocctrrdatStale Fills dorJai u o pm tta jun, over Thirty Grand First Piemioms uS Medals, Over all eompeUton*~2tawe ntaos hiTe bwe ant. T*rwHj commanded by the I*RP.-9 S &v&hzwbk&b, ior Equality, rarity and Liquidity or Tone, Superiorly of Action, Solidity of Construction, and Elegante of Design and Durability. The Vsieien’s eoimuoadcuc it tt. scidtl. gaa SWe Mtr in &Pi»tetDbet # **MJ iS/i; **TLetsaxmfienfi H«H<tarl Davs naao.o'tered bjW.W. &l»b»li,muo stand cottri* o> attraction, tons ares ary pLuscaotr* aomeef ta«m >r>m c*«. br»t»d Denmcioreza. bat «h»srai**a .aore-ne. It baa dead vedlj rcccmd the P*Bo£ PBdiflDM.’* Tfc?Beaten TnAV»-LEn raja: ‘'Xbcmannfattcre s eft’eaa Places wo among the oHcat tub* Halted daUs.aHTamuaa ihavtalcn* its*. Tn»y luvo m tTcrlie x boameaa reeatui e, sad bare euemeo to «& osteaatve toretjen aaa eo* trrtle Decease of t&ttr rspitactoa «ad. their wealth tbnr eaataite* of exeaileaea whiett t: ry trve with tbetr Panes ’a vslaaMa. They are la a potmen to ttche is good ai any moment,” The Sew Tcrk HUULS s*;st “Thareualarce t r«ini demand lor th : » 9 lattro nstnto, ua a ihorjnab appreciation o their bsqt cxcrliens eaoix artists and amateurs at btme and abroad. Frmie«eral tun#red letters and twimoatale the folio *lrg are continued,:. M Af ertte mas; sever* t*sta that 1 have given your iQWomests. I mhmtitnjiy p onjonca uem- ml* nently Bopeilor la acton, vl»it»ct‘y of touch, n;d powe* ot tote to anj £ have ever n*«d to t< Uor im ola country. GUsTaVS SATTbIL’* M £ bee to express to 30a ra? (atisficVou la every vrlthtbe superiority of «o*r P>aoo« •* WU. MA3O*." - “ I have tested year Pianos *horcmhjy, ant fonpri th*m to Dertiy superor Instrument*, aid «overftil!r itcommtnd them noth to amateurs and pro’eeanra. ••L. -M. QOrrSJjALK.- “Tovr Plantar* Inmv oplatrn the bait Plane* ever made to the (Totted Bst*s or els“wne>e, on it in *we*-»ne'e,p'iwe- of ute atdtoUiity ol construction, leave lothne more to re dtaired. • MAUaiQiS BIRiKOJdL’* Diehard Stem vniia last: “The editor of the Mtjbicai. caa perteDaly recomme.d these re* markabiy fine iritrununta." . Harriet Beecher Stowe sen; “ Your Pianossurpass ii al.< u« oitential 1 eqa ; «trs of a «oo*i Puna, all that I bare seen or heard la.any country.” The Patent Steel Bar, Which Is a dlstintuliblns cbaiaotuisdo of three Piat os prevents vrarptnp and vetting out ot place ae Is oiten the ease m other tabtcumcots. Xhe Patent Suspension Bridge Is sr piled to these Pianos only- This Is the Improve. ffiSFaSET” w “*• W. W, KB MS ALL, 142 lafee Sired, Is Foie Agent for the Pianos In the Noztbwsa', and util junlsh taem to customers at manufacturer's pliers. Illustrated catalogue seat flee of charge by ad>» dretalrg W. W. KIMBALL, aa above. Orders from a distance promptly attended toe jP>AXL TRADE. KEITH, FAXON & 00, HATS, CAPS, ladies 7 and Gents' Furs, Skating: Caps, Buckskin Goods* niLUNm scmw goods, WOOL HOODS AND KNIT GOODS, And all the sew styles of ladies’ Straw, Felt and Beaver Hat*. We tare now mitcra the LARGEST aed MOST ATTRACTIVE stock o' a dots Goods ever srcußht to Ibis mirctt. ana wt>b (be adv-ui aae of 1 any pur chases im cash. before to a recent advance, wo are prtpaj«d«o offer g ods at prists that will defy com- or A'res. - Out UiOTtj and witten Department has had our special sttsiiiicn, and comprises an UNaUdPASSAO arS'Ttrastt of Bock. Patrt. aid Kid. All oesiers in onr line will fit 41* lor thoir Interest to ei suite our goods and prices before purenaain* e’sewbere. Pr fzoept at d personal attention given to orders. KEITH, FAIOS’ Sc CO., 45 and 47 Lake-st, Chicago. a 026 ptJO ICtnet • 7-30 X.OAW. Second National Bank Is snibciitert by the fliere’ary of tea Tteaeury recU»e enDsCrtplkna ta the now LDiVN Tcs RnmwDba mnedls deaimlnaaousof MB. t'iy; two, *' ,»C0 and Is,<vi>, wvieat at u« rate oi 1 5- t ?4RJ E>T,-or Otlß CSHT par,di? on each 151 payable. £em:>»zinublly. They wll be tfntea Anrait is, 1944, and will Do paw able at end of three yean. In current funds, oz eo.nruble lo*c Flys TwentydiX fEt* 5*M Bonds, payable, Principal aud latexut. in Gold. Dp all payments mads 15tb. mta» ,«twur ne allowed, and altar that date in crest win tw eaarsed. literal airanzamecu wtu fca cada with Hash* aid Canten.sneßendalorvsrd*d freed cba*gQ pr.lnte on Railrsacs in Blinds. Indiana Uicbizas, lir»4 andWUccnnn. When do commission Is allowed, jackSjrci euM tent bj either express coapiny osier oar contract free of e&u*e. I. TIZKHAX.CasMsr. Ch*ca«o, Anroetl, la&i. an6-0J47-lSt ax ntermst DRIFT! DRAFT! DB4FT! All persona wlshlcs to avoid the draft, can be fnr- SUBSTITUTES At Asrenev, either for ote» two or tiiree )«ars* Ai*s part; wilting from the country must send Uto place of toelr residence, cccapaiioa, it married crfl?ale. a:d Place oi nauilty. Ctruflcates of ex ec oU-m mail tcaaypo'tloo ot tbocooatrr. Orde'9 should he sen: m aa oooi as p*.isible,aa thw price cr latmtltutei is Rradoaily r»a nr. u&ac e. niTT * co. t 6SCIa» street. aoSC-qll-Ttnes FLORE WOE SEWING * MACHINE COMPANY. WAT. H. &HABP & 00., CKXtiIAJL-NORTE WESTERN AGENTS, ICO *Washiagton Stre't, Cliicigo, HI Rock River Paper Co, Ifaanfcctureis acd Wholesale Deilersla PRIHT PAPER, ,2£BAX ?TXG PAPER- STRAW BOARDS, Ac. ss ?iP tA ST I>oiL ® L> IQ r »•** A ] nnimera, worn 20 to ID- oahsnd or JiANOFACTUUSDTaOit., Agents Jur \be AUBURN FLOUR SACKS, ■Warranted B3TTRR than any other* made. CaT and Sts siaplia. THEY AIIBAA SToNQ A3 COTtON. 30 LAsALB STREET AU3I qTO-Strict Tf. B. HALE. Agent. EYE INFIRMARY. HR. jr. n. WALKER, Fonadvr*vfweserta'. 3T. T* OPERATING AND rioScLTfiO •UI.GEON for diMiei of tba BTQ AND EAR. oace,U7Soni!i Clark street. Chicago. . atialfiTiMtarn ao3S« u *nael Elasticity «f TinS, •elqSt-U JOBBERS OF UsobrcUos, TEr 23 ti-tedtuUi [aa3C-<i3sSinat]

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