Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 1, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 1, 1864 Page 3
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Special Entices. B* lOniW Wbtbr OCme Wettr «et» arm tu? ♦'Xaai, unv iled X2TB, OlCXmm afcß fli.t.nin..> ft.HTM, ZBb faccun wluct bu u *> at* m thi» rcu- In 6HWH tifKtlCt atiO U»e •MOfMktoCit Jt Uied 2Mi cuiLerU*, ettaMt ni to rvcovs > oa it tc ti»e pr»& tUlociet «&atbt ptiollc. ineha. foo«wieot w»t «iu> * turtnalttwo) attest it* o«o to tracer* 5f Crmue-Oueaicei *»*ir± inft-mt* ir,*.**. fuebw ■ScxoMjua, RBOhcurriß, »«i» * •in-rioi'e. tir*»ttittßjustvDi****.« b . kjrrncf J»AußnuiCATie*. Dv»f«ph:o. ntsturv. tTTMIT.y t'Lyuclaas qzll> n.j u.«u«uoabttieactooi <todlti6 *r%teraeeunialfluir tl , r*««|u»ft«r*raio - cowr loom* in mcc nmc otu.ec fu ■* ' UXVO tTBXD. It *f not ****'«P-stn DOi montaaeocslv fortDM) 000567 ** tT,c oxtojrl nor o*'<iir»lifW nyc- vlth, iny tnexediric, r»socc fU *» u "* to ny ottii tee-boco* »>fc ,r,,,| M irntl rttr*!moß* «rr** m r»-uv hf‘iie tnxt ttm«i *•» tv the orctc^ aoa. tnce ont <JoU«r o*’i octtt Ot n-reJr* oi nve doj are, tix nc-stlw dd'viwrt ?*>*• •*> *rr» to mb idiUV at y»ewtu* Oitionstd'Clb m'. «ruc!i OH* innapie*! aek>ei< ei.oe»vox t>> 3ta*»oo Brecia rtrcn-u»rjnjfl Ta»k<ih- Q»^et tewuee this srvenl-Fm-x.t > n»*on the labels sad wmprert of «t , «b *»;*cb none if tentnne Circmangrtts* *. K *. « cti_ rhieiUint aLd CLerrltU, 12S B N.Y. For »ipl*y * ’uotlcaco. tt*to*r*.w THS YEa ti-i ATH. CWB flrsl prepared the Bin*'© that time tt bu neea natd 01 'boast'di. and icroutiujce Jit* 1* iai/i3 'drive *'suie4ttu acnoa. lbs Venetian Dyali tht cce p>rti tt>*«urid.l.sprtca U only any cmt*. end e«cti n<-Ple co&uiri •onb e the quart!tyefoye la tto.e a>>n«il« tola forenttfe * lar. TleVexetien nyet» F»rr*.ote4n'ttots*)ar«the lialr octhc ccalainthe» :aei*«' Da ne. TnsVese tlaaDieworks aitaraocii»a •; eert'iaty, crtb&ir reqnlzlrir no Bye pnvdahcs an» hh&de that m»y be dsnrei—cne tyatwQl net ttCa, crock, (tent) or »attiout—rao Uxst tspennaocat •» # Lt t» r«u u rot e«ic brail Priceflfy ferns a I. waTQaWs, Gen eral Acent, bo. 15 0010 tuert, * c*> y.»n. A'-ao. oanvfactur er cl kiatce«v'a mcsiut rOi thi best halrdrraelßK istiKc. In lar.ebnvdea, »rlmfiU/cA. anAccaft 8m iv tdAba is MsEASS OF YCBKS BLOOD. r. IR.' KV PHI ? fiy*Rn»ff aid tpriedy fnr« tor BTotUla. PTAittueo} pTjt»re o_l> 'Of oc><ii6ii». SSfMtbas saver bee<i kno»n'O’t'L prit citfl'j »nJ rffoct&fcly. contain a pa* c-sof Itercnry. nocb»f eeoi det. py-Irlceprtfabletoth- (‘Fbs Pereors tainte whs o< any of ths discatM it entail*, me aid »»l a io< a d cnur. Iwa nqta.-.K remidy. tint tbe ptvacr rt o ■ ot • t<hretsiaa 01 U*jce ptactlce aod to a iuc n -*-itytCTOKT tn* nvt-osopTßisoiTßß AbT rjf» Pi'cfl per bottle, Sent P»tii»l-*fOorrce!,t t CTIC-. Hold by drucclßM • «e?T«b -« Asa tor • Vecft*»ble f*-PH-L-fa K mtr'y.” roll tr UHirt-o by W. P, *WEITK. TVbolea*i«at Ht'au nc u >0 *Fe*t U*cl- ROabttCOt auWosniCSe-tAT Special Itoiive, DPBAW*B Ball* GLoSfc Ab .-UliLlbG FLUID Utbebutbur-diCßeu-c In tea «vr.a. uimacuA beeatmtl c-on to tlic ul. u r •■ur., promote* IP rrowttt.Ar- Price, v» ab -ale. UPflAw’o XKTrtrv I'M le • *nre and gicetir cvi *t?i I'erter. H*«-t Übcuii. C acced Hanoi, stmt's iteo. Ac fMre.V' -h-ih. •b >z DFfla¥’€ « e TBM\ CD F, i*o (H3St Tlo lent parjxywn nr e,i’ba.« in *»•« uruti.t)*,find tirecu »«pe«a« cm. p.it-f, u ■ o-cv c. D**eAfc*d Fu»'rtL* -aH-'K rmorei PTwckine,Thu. -pzumt u' -hf f *.rx-.K >tt«ci tbe Bki* sna Bean Mile* t'* rtlcc, St cenvtbouu. BR. L* k»»NTPS L fk *L'Xf v. ter neat Her rite and B*!o»c:at n« r r., t~* <te>« to mtiMr wlfor »U vvo are autfort c lnr*>r«j Unerty-NrrrotwßeoMi:*, a «r.>rwhatever came. Prl e ♦* a peutw- _ XPr JbPab'o KC -»/.!>• c«v*«r» tnt Wb!b kmuie -i -i» < or ii OODtles* of tin'T o"f i*rt*£ »| ***ov <*t wnu tadr nr waeh on*, ck- > Mctf »• v '-o». Sold *~T C Pviili ' «*rect. Phil* bdrichia, mib all ■ nc*v » »rn'. ir».e, LOilP * tIMI ..-*l*r*L, Ar*'— -t- • k :ru;o,_. Ftnrwecu. Dr.’ffatTU*! e'tr-D- m-fl *-aw*;-l **• At flDtfoa iXt> iJns cT*>: r m w*i.i—K-raDto cut BcionUH, fe*»i Icb-o •, Llt*r 1' - (US eu>er-u-<k.D?;roio aoHnnr- -:v. o* in*'..l oa. It TtOK* POT UißilJl «T* . Xr *• i.l |<> l«a«>ii'e*t>. try lu Soli by alUroicm* 3 e‘OVJL.7B tlOif'b «*’•* * fisnvral JeU-MM4iaTU a**Tnis • • Colsatc’B ttoncf soup. ThiiceUbiiw c lOu.F'l EKifc . •*. «acti aitbtml tiemaad lr u>u-f lrt;m «be cßoi j»tits mill and eicoi itni u. iu na nrr, trj, !> and extrcmtlt banttlnßi i_ it*«: »r\ i.ii*san' tor bale by a'l Drur.lit- and Ko« Ganr.t JaiMiTTS-ly TH-EAi-Ttr llfßß SiSc^ECT XtX SCHOOL FOE TOD Mi L4'>TE5, €*r, stc* >no T«rsiftJi btrecL Fall Tert» will oo>n MONDAT. S-p„ Xdtb.lSSl. anas piit m*ut ns i» It i h not often tvc vpvak oX Phys icinuh. Sut wecan cbee'ftXiy i>r baixlehly eorLed tfce wide •■•pwua repa ati r - icfih<izuwea* lor*, lie h«? tWecr pr» tit*-, * yytb rPty- Biotas la Cbica.c, id the iieo. «»r o * i (bote d'.s euet which n*«o »*se-c« er-a p-r<raa Bt core, Bamtirz Cnv«*e H tb*ua«tll£ft«b yeartdtrouc b’BWi.oleu-« n to c.oe* ca« a •tu.b ti*r-nsrti d tt pkjl* oletber pbyeiciata He ii mo** »n<*o in :le of «U ttauee rate* wurcb »«tr» j’-.t »co?i Qr-rC m cortDJA. Be it Uis pati t* » r.i • l=t wort called tfce* - W-rorot T ets:o , All »en o r w hvkeU,” which wiUb. mill® to -I •«■ ret-«ietef ttree eeaWi to tie p*» rcitrce B> b I* •« n «uz oi«to Co ell tae eooa be c*t. thy o f e ni*f -*. l -nd receirs b-« opßioa a dob tb oh! c ’li.ii ibfci'.'i free of eos'ce- Office a,4 Par ur* Ct t r j er, Po»t Office Box 2:91- Aiibo»'tea*t , rl , U> cohfld ; &Sl<4. I>r« Jamb* Formerl?of Jatr.tr Hermit «oa Hoa#e street, Ktw < j]ukt,U n >st<- I*. en in'Sjr.iio*? at- J* lotted kt 4» gkl dols< »:••«( BIC-XO I’llOO i. bp««ibUit lDihtirc«iiiUitor PLjCnHoyic. Miner* xiai*sCßtTrxor6,tiKlalk:iirirof *io"D I)lߣteEtxßl> U tOkUK.e.OF a •, MiOIODI Via* zeal (ZAftAcrxi, rtj>r •*f~- me to ItOTCMT, lOULDE, fO-#8»i» O* -CT *Ol OQ, bnswt-n a I.kttikau.eim a v cube far au tine ora aoab>u 0 b lot omoasxo wsAKXBft, au nas Utmiot •••atnvt. Hoc cm »;Q Dim at ■ 11M' •* tousat Aa bj aooMottae tjxteu., ina**c’e» oa*. execs* or cn’ailtd U. rtd,ikiUt. c-a;*na o*« f niiiio y. cm lotion. d'priMißi.' 'mu >• *i-a • U-nwneiia'vßtr. BmnotLtrd.plo »»bl«vr*i- n>;j' >, t'eotsd tad radically <x!mi l>j * i»' bl* r> ■= &• tun*aide'pf. : tA G e«». Gooo««. and cltdlitat«t.t oU»rU)ti.« t s-*.cf .fjlvitetitnrc, r*d)CAilr currd. Old aittu i of ms VO'i -dOHarnu; vo»ee ti.e t>T> o'* b«» ttc-«>- --’■■* i-rt, p-oennri' bioteccecb tlm cl' « *ts » n uraica in tbi LOrdaV boivß -i wm-1 totj«-, c»-. 11-obesad Btrofa’s, tCE»mfrwj-» *r cbolsm uiunscf of Lit.Jbmetl rcco*nn)*'ca br’-t - pr.tttrasrailjcl tie room, m* cttaiea. *-cn * a*c jrotc‘»oi» ot medical cvUts/c, »i- rn- v «-. t* ■ *»• ftnx*4‘l».c'y,eoflb<‘Cor*- o*t b? *>‘»rr t> •* dnesae*. Bcmeabr' , Uf.Jara-t OiDr- %•* *ißa Etxdo'pfc. b?tw*en k;i»i Office epei. troni VA. M ootlltJ J . c*nltt lori ■ fcSift pv 15^# E>r. li£gc!o«r y COBfidentiiTl:>€tw». , itOi.ai 3 1** n LOTT'S. Mo.,> can oe c. i>cii)ud «ffic-. «7> oi a Jure mat, corxar oi sku. t, IR. .<t r.i o»,uc fro itae Port Office oa oil t>roDin ii>*e»i-p, Ui*4*m trf m prlrat* fc-C on,ir« fc i»tore, io it ■« •tr's, wa'ch td>*a>ctf» !: oimtar.i% wß^Tfc<»-. c-i * Be roo or vnxta thtt itric eit pn»fcc». Offi e hour* f*oo fl a M. to *■ P M-: t*ar rv 3» »t-»o 2 .M •j‘«j-'.33 , e*ti’3il «»onfidn> Itl Coatu>i«f.f mCre-. A or nP O B.>x 3M- Euclwt tvs < tum »ii 3« to Health. Ftomcbi Doctor** ’on* tnttr tc la *»o»pit*i* -a privatepr*cu e tel. ena wtU.atr »atoßtpcr< r c»cnr»ijor-.li ''loom jmm u ftide ntort» ev<tc«odcnnmiu t*r •■»*•««. la * short tin>e, «llboott?e nieoi w-rctr* Tours rea *nff-rn»cir' , >r> §-!• «*mrß e*e tamed to Call- A perieci cure -m» e irrecoUn tier ou »*utrflTtT, m.-t tru*?i a ot prr*oa* bant? at: r obetmcUcr* to nimuceat c u call at once and bt cared Bee: of cl.y a* to ■atllltr and tac:e«. Mus-p'CJ-s:* KffUMAx;; ok Fax- ELJL CIObOGir.&L B*vSi:*.iiCHca «u.ua tveread ny wtrybu."! r, It tretfc on. ana *bowi b(.«s.ueevu ibAlUtm:L£ trox ea-U %ha*» *.O nMikpgy cot> *aamaaoa c,sJ be BbbTtru-d, «vb a #u»« c.euuxl ol OispeUmc she muitivni* «a 9 e>p«.r «acc lu enter. tBJC th*marrl*va out®. Sold by *>r. a. A. s«.SBOW, 5a siMcCfj «tr«wt, v-it Piet* 3f cent*- Stalled *ro»-e»erjwt*«i*. 'stu'M*jscof a. BCte* VO, vr Baodokr> etr*n,Cbic»fO,ffl -«*o, 3f &mo Suß A UOwßChn. eorn»* \x»«t »t -a •- steetl,roorit.nL _ £*34-t?M ©fL'CSNiS TO JAV* 5.5 DOL •«? QP bea«ta*n*t Jouceutraira deennero aiovmradii-. Kittntt apou, lv., .s.pt.y, »i;a cleazit iliiki, .'tteao&t- ftl'ivta, a... «,uh- u. avc; oc!v js ptnfe> twu.f- ivi nv on j-.i 1 h» .■javt.'s * u, s>* v .... x rTrCj. uoKiii*! # *r>o vAJuDdiiu; r-o 1 ! i’c'd'n tir" of CftCif-T* nOMtaaij tat «ctivt-« r «c;»a O*n. lifoptr tb« .--res tr a.-r, suit icm, -t wilibefQctirt P»AiCfcale’c 1 li oatn»r* ,lcoii-y> «us »e f»vcx f^d iene, ttlia e*'-tfcbie cor^nLatfi't -tttfib aajrC'iuT to Lvuiu- .t orm: t»tt«rr »mnct taajc. &oir e» B *<**»{«:#-•* •iQ«Cp*iVi fM Mfi lsnk£# K-» -I'* v* He. cboljU4l HO&BTid, fro.— i "’6rtsli >»bc I’EHtf.’Jb’ <ore fi«rge» “aaa% entbraird »tUT’-{p*- t*i u>mated CTttb-oefviia. mr:ce<i i-bo* ttr tattor cf ISO. A Rbvln<iCM: will rmeJ ♦ rt*r* tr* D'orr*(*t ai dv kcat. ,-> e3»r*' f’o* 1 ,- (r* jtn •• % jyv ■pmutti and nmpv*« *, n*v> aiyid nr 411 tie rrlnttr*n7rtivc:rt« tn »be n t r«i Soli arks “:inmacti BittrtS Greenbacks are Sond BUT Eoback’s are Better. ROBACK’s SlTtsks, Good for tU eanmf&mtax of tt tfi to oa. cn, utauacsi 14»er Complimt too iHsmi PcbiUvy. ROBACK'* BIXTE«S. Sbey compote tncwondcrloi entic orocrrues tav+nr tone to ibe *pperttc scd orcan. • . ROgACK’* «lxXee»gl OeWUUted ladle* sad eodpatsripereecstrlll find Is them so excellent tome. ROBACK’S SITTERS. A wtaeioku foil betert eact »ouwill remove Indl* ctiUcn lire* dJieuct. C. gooc Fanner »ce Blood Pi'U.duUl'cr and citDOteo- Carvof Otowha And eweiirb »u landi SiiyKSfUui l ??®*? l6 L,Qno ” •»* "’lata.wtackart •out. wtoolm»lt or In act 6C, 68. CO and C 2 (ast Third Street, ' CXKOINHATI b 5L 4nc tr« m medidae e&enllythronchouithtcoßr.trT BkXM3?<-lT gAW EIIJL AND PINE LAND For Sale. fald irlU nfoperty *» suctuc on Wh'te iav» Votieros CorD’T. vtrme* . c-ciuqj s.seo scree po drue s pur*lon cot wT*i—Klil e trely teoaJlt lest vidut: it er>mr<r t*«it?*aT« in honn, o; lort thot-ia*o lot«r«Ltwf-nrh ore. We ensrsote*- v tfce hta< rgtit soo «be o •rd«r mill Intbeßtat*. Thep«n-jpoea il* oj tee man- Btmc i te the r»*»*o3 o ff<p it for tele fevoTLlilt tenet ere offt**e *• n rest soapiraiß. M-ivantee, wit dopartncvssljip. ItISSf ‘LTJTJ OTJ i}i e copsrtrer- LtetCGBUSS* "“««« ■ Chicago* 17:.. iq« 4 CO.PAE‘=IvE-SHIi-. -The nn- da> t.-tm;*' * co Dtrtner •tatpls tb«cwn«asc ml-™ d Ueef ••fi Pork Packers, Piovtticii Leal.-n, am Com* SBitstoa MircMa*. Ctucafo, AU. IS, 185k lOU^IHV NIGHT *C*veMCSR. CHABLVB BTIKIZ NiU t-r»ecio*mn« oi Taolu. Prlries. the remora 1 ot all subie jfacure ttfi ofleatlr* matter of «U G«*c.lpxioi». AU wort at. tasted tewitt»«ncpttte*s*r dlfpetcb.and Bteoar ■oetSSZpiwOSeeßoxtiifc «aM«-ia Bantling auS ißicijangt^ X' cni^Aoo. CupiUJ. - - - - ©SOU.OOO, . jlB. $B hiircb u. S. Df POSITQRT & FISC&I AGEST. 6UBSCUIFUnh*B BtHßl'-Bw FOR 7*30 Loon aid 10*10 «>nld Bean icg Bonds. 3/ACP I/OMCABD. LOtfCaVU. bot# jxe# to Cmlef PrutfeaU t?mSX’ KATIUNat. BaMK O# J- lt/BT WAYNK, CKOtA A. Bergu;ed Beptsrurj of th* CMind Basts. capital paid or Siso.ouu. Pretldtat.J.D.MlTTKAn JOc Dier. W. B.FItHSB DtBSOTOIP. ' a&wuaij habka, j. o »orxuAß. JOiliO.Fr, f.6.tTd»s raKD MBDuiUGBU. W. i. JCAU hBOWH. n F.<; ÜB.VR. A. D. BRaNOKiFF TbJ* Bena tu itrnto»» o&Cn p colidcCjOcs onallaccefilble no:cti Ccflection* will mert with prsmut aUuilioe retnmr once by dran cs n*« totk. orecmatl, Ctaieatro or nttsbaxaiu CEKCHAKSOi/ NaT'ON AI. BAKK W. CUI^AUU. OAPITaX,.... ,I»*Jf.o.irt>o. This Saak havlnc coreli-a wnt «u c ae oftbelsw, will or-the ;to o( .Jaly *r-*ti“ T ciicmßfie baslnesdn 'tree. • ISA fiartnc «a«a oaiidiwL J TotTNu <hJm M«0 -. rr-rff cit SSNJ4M NV pA.-.’V,f p;«*t, t-AM. ►.“' JflMlt, (Arb«r, OmczcrCoii3rmcLLPn tmi i;«>.isnoi > *A»OIPTUfi .-at* A. Üb.) WfieiOiS. £>y ttt to tit pndciai.Tsrd. it I*£ o~cs uad£>-to «pire*i cd*t tb« Keraiuci* h-atiaciO Sack o uc»c:. ’ntaa o*ti o CUCwo. in It© CvUT'y ol 1 00k ft has beeneah naau a>cits crsn< roqttireirestr 01 U.l artoi Uoc»iott * A: Ac: to ptcviee a Kacot&r ■‘mn-wci ihtuk cy 1 PIK’AC 01 i-UlAd BUt-B borCB, uliO (A 3-uvld* 1 j £tt circulation aod rrst^ r u.Diio;H> > r»-' • * •{■> iovc .’nr.f s.lSsa, too has comobad *iU all he *r mtsio bbio Act rermirFd tobt comuUr% «iu ocio)*- com HißCCins the nr. laeit -f. "catiw a «*v *a c oci- Fow tbcrvlcrs. L HDOB *#rCDt-l<‘C r * 1 toilM Ci that arr-crv, do i-./rt>»r tl at Tfc‘ Weceaniot , Kauouai tunk of Chi****. u r Ur <> Cbicarc.iß thtrou:* 0 ' o>k«nv *‘>-U otD isrl* Uaoirortred tocc*osu«ac# *h* . m u«tvin: ender the Act aXo^Tsio. In t£s irscov wcertsoi. *.u.n«k xj- ao ut teal of offuatMfe rweuiy si* ht ci ])i-o3iik4m Comeu-filier o* Oarr«to«v. First ratios* &i ft OK CHlCAGO doztnwen corner ew*cate Usts-<u. N CiFH'&Lt palA m. • »• • ftfto<£,OuO. b. aUCRn, president. saiel. u • nicut u 4nK) X. X. S maria. Cutler. TTTDE PARE SEMIS A*?,- JUL (MarCblsvio.) Tonne Ladies Boarding School. /Ttieporolar loitt»ntlo'» row Qn<i«r tbe direction Cf MUS A.. N A G TtUPLS Pjlacifiil aftliifdOj Vc noerctpuoaal ro.-p? 01 tt-ueb-r*. * 1! be -ovwd lertke icccpJvO olSranozvo ob D*t ccdolaeb Ibusdfiy Herfilc?, Sept SUi t 18C4. For rooms, cataloFoeicr mf'rmaUon nd drww'tbp utotxelrnid, C.JiOBKIN* CMcavo orcceßoiG S ao3 *p*?s a mu ib Ilf II IT ARY Otf* XvX ruFKSTLVAMA.chanam* nj'ht Rtve and c|pned In bsay wv.a over or« Ctxm.exrfiri(i i«xsscn>'nn reixeautx* b P rctr* cal»rr, sddr*e£ U.L. DOFFGHO, a. M Krttid&a i AlUctown.renn. susx-afcUi >u ACAUEfIIy. i>akw cGitEsr, ILLINOIS. Mmlleesortn cl Cbiesgo. on the C &U.S.H. Tbe Fall trrm and Cib ycor 01 ttu A=* i,fc «»J =n. l cam menceoa Situ PSCKCXI‘>Z<—JAUL& fcPALOINO. M. A. Abiziram—T 681 ND. S. a Circt.iaisKlTtciinUparucr.vr* vinoeaentcnaa* fVcatlonto 1»- V/. »tjm-.no,p»»«ide*i: tt*r n. »V. vnexten, D. D, Tl-n. n •» . Taomnsoa, Cci»rytt"f crinatrutuoai orPctt) Pwi, SAc-ttary Beard of lntneci,Chic»*a «.ta -oin J8; npBK COLi.sjBIAVE JL ▼!]! re-orm vntb ctery *CT*r'aee for tia re »t nfticoof yettb'OQ ti<* Hr»t of P)ct'btr*ferticf(-atv*6- avp:cvjx.-ti ort*>m**!fat SrCt bicsaoayetne.aear r ti „ enlß*ll£l-2w OFOi'G^tinA-KBSBOS, TJiPrSBEKGH ('’toAiK am,, .«7 LPO«, Bct. I. C. ren*ar>t D Twf~ty mxrlU'o-idirti. c«ar»e SfUcCr PlPycolN»*per *e*s •«» N«wdiU uett, room sort asd tat oi re -jtia.-*. (aci:p tissic cTPsiorotai brascbca. arndu- P #-»l:.«ii «r. ibJ>cfnracctalo/ne. ¥• Siwp^nh', m P'r*. Traev^a. Brugs anb (CJjcmicals. T H. REED & CO.’ # iMpOßTZlts' ARB JOBLESS OF DRUGS AND CHEMICiLS 88 Loliost, Chicago, XU. ALSO. BEAL LABS **Ll IS Palctx, OH*, Window nliwo, uls«!> weie, Baralos nib, ct.roaeae,, 6oßpm4ken>lUoca, (Tlana- - Ikctuciii uo<kl», &C., Which we offer at rrlc»B ffc»orame to Wtitsra lta< chut* and Matafactnwa, J. E. ZtszD. -’ll Pe**j etieet, h . y. > fi, A. HCBLBUT, CbIUCO. I ieiS-aTiltf <si)ip (Cijautilcrs. HUBBARD * CU. ship ciujntLcas, "Petltr* la IWIXKS AND CQ’RDA.GUI 205 & 207 Eottth Water Street. Corset of Veils, CSICASO. IFefcaVe ftll times the l»Tgc*: aad Dest aM??t nuLt la the wcftM BJFS, 3>nLhlSQ Wl’bS ___ 15iG«. H«t W*Q *3T'*TIUBL&r3, OAKiru, ,VaiC pi Vc u.‘cr & t vs. I AKO *ACC it BLOCKS, coal tati, pronyn pitch a*d psltino CO J TO A, TLAX ASD TWiNSS. Tcx>«», ■\Vaifuii o Cover«* Tarpaulin, S»-eiit«Dt&l r -olor>., nasooris Galdccp, fiag>, &c„ to >’r£«r. pjSi 15^1 o. nrcnoiD 3 a TUtxi*, A TLAHTXC * GREAT WEST. £35 BULWaY ftnonta ASixxennarT.—two inrocxk aroraw ssnixa oetweet clxvulaho aHn kkw rots*, rales -jr»ct nay in. ism. . NK«y YOBK VHKOCRB l.lKh, tsiva Cleveland at *.» arrive &aavttutrax«li—.. UJO «. x. “ iwi p. x ** MeadvUle au. 1:«0 r. a. ** L-W*.*. " Cony at.... fca r. >. ■*• 2;Ssa.*. ** sus r. x. feUa.*. •• Bfew York at ifait a, k. •* s:*! p. x, Uiuuri-i; Ueavas«v TorkaU. W»*a.x 2 w*»tF.x. arrive Cleveland »C MX a. x. . WO p, k, •Simdavi excepted. tßatnrd»T« axeaptet T.H.SCOI7KAX. General Tiew» ArtnuCleTeiand 33cots anb Si)o?3. J FALL TtiiißE -180-t RiWSCIT & BARTLETT, 30 Inke Street, Chicseo, XH n i;ew cfTcr for sale O.NE Of TAB LABSecX STOCE3 BOOTS &3SD SHOES Ever Drool tit to thlr maiket. - Tc three ‘lace of bi|h prlc«i « e be th»t BEST OCO 8 abK THK »ad biro ®* itc‘ea oar Psil stock «lUt creco ai reisrescc to thUfrc*-- IVrtlcn’aT aUrrucn li taUt'4 to rot CfItTOM UAPB Boots, vrhttbctif jftfuaaxojL'.in*. EXTHA W2ES A SPECIALITY* etias-ris»tfis - jgoo'Ts A,tri) saois, REMOVAL FALL, SOUiHVi 7 IOE & GO.. SUCCEB3OES TO ' BENEDICT HALL & CU., □are rezsoved to Pics. 384 & 386 Broadway. KEST DOOB ABOTB Wfil.'i 3., NSW YORK . Wo Dare crcutlv enlarxed onr maann. crons* is pan* meet, trdncrw t»Te oc l»c<i» very larri oot cr C«e eewm work oloui own Oikt-u.wcHiio, tc* urn* tbe mitenuon ai Weetorxtm rsJiwim. c: Men**. Coye* and bootl - *'aloof» , a. Coserwe Galt*. 6ho *V* ’'tP M Bl'Ma'scd Glove Kir and l-Atinc «ork-cH * nCS VWT o?eoW*. Jfarm 3LanDs.' Y'OJELijJND T,a^i>< To all Wanting Farms. LarseatdthrtrtßZ»*!ttlff®e*’t, nn aii h««Ub*nl Cl:n>«te,2Dtnilt»»ontb cf Ffe l*'H*ipW» t»y fs’ifo»e, rich soil whJCJx procuces Urrt crcps, wbicb c»n uow VeprowlEC- l«r,twenty or fl tr sr,® «r»s 6. at trom f?S totSSper »rr«,p&?ah «wi h*a fonr Good ooefstt# orcnlf n for T)aaa(Kc;on(.iALdoib£ra. Chmchet, ethooli ard good conety. Et Is now tbe met Improvlag Place ECniKIDS ABE SKTILD.O AM> BRILDISG Tbe beauty with which the pises islaldoat Is no- Fnrj.arftd, wttrrs acswcrec. rarern *i»i-a fn l iq. f'raat'pn will hi **tt St e*. Edarwa k. Vinalaiid Feat Office, cumbaland. Kew Txox RnrocTor t oucV Kobxns'ix. AGBiCJurmu. to-ITOB CF inM ASJDUSJfc. ‘ it is one ot the most exit ctlve famla erseu, in sn slscst-l-Tri petition, sod •aitavle cutscm-n 'or pijM*i,tfßnr.inc, mat we Inowofttis *i 4 < of the _ »c*22-p12516t Apowfr morticing ma CUIKE T'OTS, HA-Otc. I.AVB * BBADLST’S PATENT. M ina-fr.n. W.« BU2*-p ( G>IW r.HArt Bir.T,TM/ty. r JpG IRIIINESS. Wnßicd, a anlS pin I6t GOOJD IBianEß fr-T . tittc’M UiUn-ti In «Ilw.ntse GaM v*zr* |ITCB. u« cn hoard —'lt Inc lisuf u d,,n"d. IS cress Wig. auis-pwinx^ HARO RUBBER TftUaS ESTtBUSniIBNT, X2C CLARK SrBEET. J. H. Maasres. This Trnsi will core and i never ed«t sbkak.chaff oxsusna. Call ted’xsmive aS vonstantly on band a large assortment of Abdomtn^' Sopportert, Bilk Oast e atoekiara, Shondor ifraeei goopcßsorj Bandages, Ac. Box (sjfi. ' anetf-p6it-Bt-xn-BA*TC*&et O. Kl’.lS^B. C W. KftlEOH. EbucotlonaL O B. CI EriKTXB. iJaUrnafis. Bait or Wen. €l)ica§o -3Exil»m& THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, UfiE FROM N»snmLK. NapnlAontM MaTrry fvopi»ft(tlon~-0of‘» t'-bolMlne -net*-VVllrelCrJo Etm.td.~- Txae s«*j»iembtP Couvoutiua*<Proai Atlanta. - [From onr Special Corrfflpnndent.l KAsanxis, Auzn't 23. Tlo following extract from the regular of the K. Y. JfcraW, ap prored'u few days ek.ee, hut us I oatittde confidence io the etatemeuts of th*t journal. I passed it over, till yesterday, wbvn I came In possession ot some corrobor«Uutr facts, which 1 know 'trill iat-r.st tbs buhltcaa much as anything I can famish, especially us there is no war nows to communicate; *nd especially will U Interest the lojut people ia the success of the Baltimore ticket, wqcq they know that European wm oiilv avoided by giving the war an anti-sla very character: u I have just received come very important infor iralien from an entirely reliable voarcc •• The Enn-cror o< the li«r ja«t Informed ilr. Slidell tluit he never win the rubet States (eteii should thry achieve their mdcpccd f lcc. de fado\ unless they Ce-erm! a to abolish Slavery and racace that all thu c.ipdruu ix«ru of slave patents shall he xrcc, aud t( at * Slavery «b .|i bcto»ally aboUrbvd’and ctaeo wkhm ten years Irom the dale of recognition.’ “Ycumnj tefiestued that the above fOatcaent istrjcln every psrticra-ar. I am lo'd that Mr. 1 S idi-llwcst a«ay irum the Interview with the jeznperor, Icokiiir more orjectcn than be ha-i tbroneb til the rcverecs of the rebels, and all the rebuff'llmt he has received since comlui; on hts ■il-etarrcd ml'Bion,” In *be lull of 18G3, Rev. Jeawi a niuD of pleasitg aodrese, and with exceed ingly seductive powers of speech, and who laole't this city when It was occupi-d by the Union troops,left 00 a mlacion to Europe, (which, tbonuh not official, at (ea*t rirceived thv sanction of JelL Davit) f«»r the purpose ot aiding in eecorlng a rtcoynltlun tfom Eog lano and France, ou arriving he tmd tevcral coniTnnnicatlons with lead log rtbtlaympd tb)2tra iu Eggiand, and finally anked au inUrvlew with Paltucrston. Ue refused nil conminnlcation with Mm, botnu*hnnzcd bis private eecretaiy to ecu Air. Ferguson,- and learn tbe nature of hla mUsion. Air Fcnrneon was accordingly sent for, and laio his desires before the Secretary, wbo, without ccuunittiDß hts master ap pointed a second interview, at wticb he fcta'.cd he would cooisiuuicate Lord Pat me r eton’fl answer. The time cau.e, and with It. ihertecklcn of the British Cabinet. Tney told Mr F. that Mr Lticula bn-J just issued j a preliminary enisncipstion proclamation; that the war on tbe part of the North **s for anti-slavery; on the part of tu«‘ South for slavery; aid therefore England could pot interfere for tbe Cotfederuin*, as it would place Ensland in a false uttiiaOe, and Would create such dlssstlsUctlnQ umonc tbe people, lhat the Ailniatry could not retain power for a day. Me stated that ».hr English people were essentially anti-slavery; that tbfy hod been taunting the Auitnctos with tbe erfae of slaveholding these many t cars ; lhat they nan eroai cfpatcd thptr u «a slaves; uio now to interfere for apenpl* coufessed)/ Lighting Icr slavery, and acalott freedom, would be an act which no Eocllsh Ministry i*are attempt, bowcvr.r preat their sympa thies were with the Confederates, ana Lo.v cvrr crcal tbtlr'pcslrcs for a severenco of the Union. . Air.Fergnson.tbcn stated'tbc Snath bad do tcnmm.d on independence, und were pre port d to taerifice on; thing to secure thu ob ject ; tut it had commercial trlev-nc2b’ enough to justify the exibtug revolution “i' tw Wwi sola the Sucreiary, -'by cbo'iiMfjjslavery t and that moment .vi' vnll in-- te\fcr« in .Air. tbtu erploiucd that his visit Wf>> not 'facial; hut that he understood the BCLtiiiMnUot tne Soutbrm Itadcrs preay well, snd ho would return, and bring the matter fceforo the Rtubmund authorities, and this be acui'roingly did. Air. Davis, on hearing the statement, seem ed chsgriicd at toe o»turc of 'be oeaan Js of tbeEnglish Cshicct, and c itnpMucd ot its duplicity, and finally routed to do anything lu the metier, ea tbe ii.et tntiou of riavtry was under the control of tn-i States, ami lie conic not bind them by treaty. Diving become tnnt th-ire was no lope from ouUide assittuice, atd consclons that tbe Confederacy could not 'iialittiia iuelt. Air. Ferguson, last winter r-tumed to and “took tbe oath/* out mafle no revelations, except coLddentlal ones, relative to his European mitt-ion Some ol his friends, however, betrayed bln, aud I am now in possession of the hiding facts, which are precisely as given above. From this, we can perceive how narrowly wc escaped a war with both Eoglaud and France—the Emancipation Proclamation alone saving us, wanuniß’s bah>. Wheeler's raid la doing ua a great deal of good. His absence from Atlanta allows Kil patrick to have bis rorce busy, aoath of Heed’s army ; while Wheeler, barring a lit tle horee stealing, &c., is doing us very little b&rzQ. Be cannot sever Sherman’s comma* Dietitians, nor interrupt them tor tweaty- Jour hours. He is exhibiting grsac birbariev, murdering utoflending and aoarmAd Union citizens; butbeavoiusa tight, since his ex perience before and near Dalton. My impression now is. that ho-wm *~taa ihc railroad south ot this place, but will pass It between garrisoned poale, and wi,l have no lime'to do more than te«r up .» few rails, as lit Is hotly pursued, and cannot de lay. l If tbc Terncrscc keeps os high as at pres ent, be w 111 never be able to j.et out of the State with bis command; and it'be is usel up, the cavalry arm of Hood’s command will have cttticd to exist. ' Tbo report by telegraph that. ‘Wbcflcrhad marched aircirist Siuarl’e Laodiog, is umrue. Be docs not strike at points thut ore dc- ItLdcd. .rnon ATLANTA, There is noting new from Atl.n*a that Is vuUubiefrr publication. I amicclio-ri tj triicve that Sherman Is a*sdcintr events’ elttwbeie, bt/cre be hirikts. jvrtue iriie f-lnce he remarked that the campon would be either Glided, or oily bvuu'j, at" Atlt»n. If Bood’s army were captured it wunid oe eodrd; il b cecspfd, then only bugua. He does ret purpose to allow Moj to escape; andXbcufe'h some delays may occur, that will cause irritability to an impatient public, they will be productive of a eucctss «-hlch will satisfy the meet araest advocates of a “vigo rous prosecution of the war.” •OSS SETTEiIBHB OOSVJJNTIOJf. The Union Convention to be brld ln thla city, promises to be the largest ever m*e:n bltd here. Every ponton ofiha State wIU be represented; and thus fur. ca;h comity, ex cept one, has Instructed, its delegates to pa tten the Mill ary Govemor.for a conventloa to revise the constitution, so tbit slavery may be abolished. FROM ISDIAMFOLR Tlip Voorliles Corrrß(ioQdcace-Its £llvct-l he inlon Cmuru f.'inrloaely-—juraft JUntters-salo oT the Journal Office. fFrom oar Special Correppondeal.] Indianapolih, Aq". 29,186 i The developments of the uaat «v c ck In ref erence to the seizure of-arms and umomnl tion, nnd the publication of the letters found In the offices of Dodd and Yoorhcea bavAhad tie effect of rendering: tbo ;Copperbead .cle ment more tame and governable, considered as a whole, than it bus been for sometime. Finding themselves without even the ex* cose of tie heathen that St. Paul refers to, they no larger parade the Btreetsfrothlng at the month over the draft, aod tbs tixea and the Abolition wargencr±lly, nut are content to it*y at heme and keep silent I tele* graphed the otter day that fifty-six-kegs ot powder bad been 'Seized at tie depot in Terre Hante by Capt K. TV. Thompson, Pro vost ilarebaL Since that dispatch other small lots hav£ been seized, making the total 'number row in the hands of of 10C kegs. . This immense amount of pow der, nearly a ton and a ha’t/waa consigned to a saloon keeper—a man who is known to be a member of the Copperhead secret order, ard who has never by thought, word or deed contributed in- any way to the success of the national arm a. He, like the man Persons, lo whom the pistols, <£c., foand in Dodd's office were consigned, swears tha*’. no knows nothing whatever about the matter. Facts 'like these are etnbbom and appeal forcibly and successfully to tbe minds of a class of men who could not be reached other* wise; snd this class of |bfu are by no m'ians so few th%t their influence and co-operation can safely be dtsi-iscd. Indeed It, is eatimi* ted by men thoroughly conversant with the political aspect of affairs that this exposure will cost McDonald and bis crew at least tea thousand votes In tbe State, *hd that Gov. Morton and the Union party will thus be the gainer by 20 COO. It is amusing lo note the changes of opin ion as evinced m the columns ot tbe St'itind In reference to these matters during the past week. Atfirstlt tried to laugh tbe matter off as a huge joke, and propbesi dthat as the 2,C00 revolvers first reported hod diminished down to 100, so the 400 in turn would.lapse gradually away lo end In a few dozens.' The first report was that the whole 33 cases seized containeclrcTOlvers, bht tbrec-fonrtUs of them were afterwards found to contain that without which revolvers would have been 11061688. viz: tbe 135.000ronods'of am munition. The Scntinil t however, discreetly avoided alluding to the latter face. Toen catching its cue from the Cincinnati .and Louisville Democrat, it dropprd the fuouy view ot thematterand endeavored to justify the possession of the arms hy Dodd as war ranted by Sectloh 32, Article Ist of the State Constitution, which says; ‘ The people shall have a right to bcararxnsfor tbe dcfcnKe of themseivesand the State.” But this view of the matter was evidently so shallow an excuse that it has ic turn abandoned it, and toiled its wrath against poor Dick as the cr-ly guilty Individual, and denied fl*tly that tfcfe nntenified Democracy had anything to do wPh lie matter whatever. ThUconre* cxdu-d the wi&tb of tbe Sons of Lib«tv»aud the editor of that delectable sheet has been compelled to back water on that Iseue, and turning square round is gently insinuating that Gov. Morton and his abolition spies end hirelings has had ihe arms stowed away there on purpose to make aprfwio facie case of conspiracy and to be able to charge it upon the party with which Dick Dodd aod tbe Terre .Haute saloonkeeper bappjn to be affiliated. As to the Dodd and voorbees correspondence, not daring to deny the gen uineness of the letters, it has woin?daud bowled furiously about “the larceny of pri vate letters,” and tbe uncepitlotuanUoefis of ‘•opening and. publishing prlviitevcorrtß pondeuce,”-<fcc,, &c. The*t>bt.houscpoli ticlansand .whippera who never know wuat their creed w&I bo for tbe day until they have rtoitba ic'orclog’s hatiug slowly spelt it oat in their iUitcrateasss, oa*c ot conißC k*pt pace with the chengt-s of iiaa*» aid Joined luetffj la i-ach oc-v-iaagleri choree The reply of Dan Vouchers to G;n Carmglon’s ecathlug letter, consisting of two coluo.;pß'of peraor.al abuee more lilted to the purlieus of a fl£li market Unto the hbneta of civlliza'loo. tnlj serves to staUfiy the ffrtt letter of Dit/s oa the earnc *ut'j- i cf aOdrtEßfd 10 J*roto»t Marsha! Tcijcupson. li> that letter be denied having hid diyof- Jlccat vlljoi ever aytir. In the last letter ho admits the office in which the letter* were J> and to he his, Ibat he left it la November, lECB, Diving locked his desks, drapers, ifec., aid did lot return until June 10th. ISOI He further cajs; “Daring my absence I author ized tie owner eftbe property to root it uad take eberge of my bobka aod papers. He rented itaometimoin toe epnug ti a rasa -bj ihc name of Wuzzj, and with i tujitud evffyiTiinp hdovgfrg to mi to remain under his control/’ In this Instance, »♦ leoet Daniel’s zeal Jor abuse‘•oatrua hla discretion.” TbeJetler throughout isouly uvain effort 1o throw a cloud oc oqstovcr iht affair, In the hone to bury it out of night and Investigation. But there is probskly.BO one of tbe Cop perhead tribe t*o thoroughly uonplaefi-d and put to bis wit’s end’ to invent excuses for the result of the exposure «s the unfortunate Mr. McDonald,candidate for Govertor. l*ne publication ,of his letter, In: which he de nounces Jncge Perkins, «aa a stagfeerlog blow; but the thorough Implication of uu collcaguts on the Slate ticket, in a conspira cy agon st the peace of the State, ba 3 w ll nigh EtUled him permaoeutly. He ~ud Gov. Morten Idd a joint d'Scueeioo ot tbe It-sues at Lawrencebnrg on Thursday McDon ald had ibe opening Hts 1 Una ot ur pumt-nt whs that ot self defense, and even his friends acknonlcdgo that it - was bU teeblest, weakest elToru Gov. Mortoo, in' bis reply, drove him to tbe wall every time/ dcmomhtd bis fiimsj work?, bold. 1> over Item oil ana apiiiug bis gaus effect ually. The Governor was frequently inter, rupud with Tcclfcioua cheers, and it wak tMctrUy the decided opinion of that vut crowd that McDonald was b°ateu at ail points. Just before closing, Gov. Mortim pjopoundeo this written question to hla pi nmi: ‘ If an armistice were granted, mad LegctJatlouß opened, and the rebel Stvea should say they will not return to the Union, nor mate peace except on the condi'lon ot neognlzing their wduldyou Uitn be In favor of resuming the war, or of nukirg peace upon the terms of granting lhtirln£tpti)dcbcef n ■' McDonald bad half an-hour iu which to rtqJy. lie need only about 20 minutes of tie lime, hut-true to cowardl* Instincts c.f his party, dcclicea answering tn* above question altogether. 'Joe has now gon-* to CMc&go for inßlructloua. The Glue Con vention is expected to do & great business Id the way of furnishing brains for candi dates and atocking theta with ideas ‘ Mum-bile the Union cause is losing no vauttge ground. Our districts and aub cU* tricte are being thoroughly organized aaathe work grows % apace. Mliilaiy matters are ra'her quiet.' Brevet M jor Ocu Hovey n»s usaumed command of the district, Gen. Carrington. Tueja'ter officer takca charge ci the enrollment and dmlt matters. 1 roticc that thf-wine made a sad miatike it-my figuns. statlcg the credl’syct. to .ho givtn ihc State os account of veteran etlist menrs Asltisamatterofconriderabla im portance to' your Indiana readers, 1 will . briefly iretatc the proper fignrea by way of correction. AdJ. Gen. Noble bus lamed a circular announcing that the total Dumber of veterans re-cnllsted up to July JJlst were 11.C45. Of this number only tf 579 barn us y* i been credited, hut asßurouc-s have be ; n nc<h td irom the War Department teat the ji mmndfT S,ICC viil be properly credited to the Bute and auporilotod among the towuefaips fntluert to them by rot later than fieptemter Ist. It lb but proper that 1 should say in this connection, there being some cl-fcoutent in varlcua parts of the rtiatc, In r« fcrcnce »o errors iu apportionmen-sunder tbe draft,thit Gov. Morton and Ao.iutautGen Noble nave n adc every poetible effort to have tie proper credits made, and . that if any error.-, after all, rhsll be found to exist, they are not ac countable for them. Iu marly all cases of errors iu endits, It bus been owing io ibe fbet that the re-enlisted veterans have sold oultbnrown townships oa receiving boun ties frem other townships for so doing. Luc , tbe blame, therefore, rest where U properly bfrlntgs. The. lS2d regtmen», Col. Vance, ISTd, Col. Eudson, 125tb, Col Wlisoa, and ISCH*, Cel. Foster, 100 days’ troops, arrived yofterday, and two other r gloituta are ex pected to-day. A grand review ol all the troops in the city Is exi.ec*ea to come off this stternoou. A soldier bv the name df Xta-ou, belonging to company H,l7tb veteran corns, wee cubbed by a malignant butternut by tbe name of Pearsall, on Saturday last. Mason survived but two hours after the affair. '-Pearsall was promptly arrested aid is now In JalL A Captain Elliott, sup pored to belongto a Pennsylvania regiment, was fenc'd dead, on Saturday evening, ou tu? •track of the Pecntylvatiia railroad, about two miles from this city. An-inquest wis held on the body yesterday morning, which resulted in a verdict that tbe man’s devb was occasioned by being struck byr tho cow catcher of the engine. There are goo-i rci sour for tbe belief that tbe man was mur dered. A hole was found In bis forehead us though made by a pistol bullet, and a cor responding one at the back of the bead as tbcogh indicating the exit of tbe ball. In his hreast was a deep incision, resembling a cutmsdo hj » *harn knife, and his right arm W JIB broken. DIS pOCbvWiooU tvna nii*«lntf. sLdnoltltere or papers giving definite in formation were found on his person , The Journal office cbai ped h-inds yesterday iu consummation of a pr:Tlous arraQuemeut. Mr W. B Holloway, iatc Private Secretary to Gov. Morton, will be tbo general (mslueis manager. It Is understood that Mr. (L 0. Newcomb continues as cdUor-ln-cbtef, and Mr. Dan Paine as news editor. Mr. Geo. C. Harding, late of the Clnclnna’i Cmi-»*rcwf, takes the post of 10c..l c-tfttor, Mr. E. \Y, H*l ford retiring. I may perhaps be perm tied to eay that Mr. Haltord, wuq has been con nected With the/ounuw os local durtug the months, though a >onng n.aii hss given txcclUnt satisfaction to tbe reading public and retires with the respect and good will of ihe entire community. M&y hi* stud ownever bole*. Dox. S2M3 JPBEgfilhErt'KlAlL TIM. A Letter to Jobn €• Frem«»ut—Ols jDt*I»l?T-S*ls Ylewti pa iho PuJltlcm Miuutluif. , Boston, August SO. General Fremont: _ o 6m: Too misthe aware of tbo wide and grow- IngclSßatltfaaioniu the Republican ranks, with the Pre»ideniial nomination at Baltimore.; and you may Lave seen notices of a.movement, just com menced, to unite tbo thorough and earnest friends of a vlgorone prosecution ot (be war In a new convention, which eliall represent the patriotism ©rail parties. To Jacllitate that movement it Is emphatically Advisable that the candidates nominated at Cleve land and Baltimore ehnnla withdraw and leave tbo field entirely free for filch a united effort. Permit ns, sir, to ark whether. In case Mr. Lincoln will withdraw, 3on will do eo, and join jour fellow" citizens in this attempt to place the administra tion on a basis as orosd at tbo patriotism of the count)*, and as ua needs. (Signed) GeoboeL Stbauhs, S. It Unntso, . James M.Sruint, * Euztm Weiout, Ebwako Babich, ■ ' Samuel G. Howe. _ Nahakt, August So. Gvxtzxuzn: I hare to fiesaoviedijo there* ceipt ofjonr letter of the 20th. addressed to mo in New York. If jonr iptter were in effect an appeal only to my own sentiments in favor'of a reunion of parties, I should not hesitate to renounce any persouai views, -bnt would be .entirely ready to defer to tbe public opinion whicn jour names represent. Bnt the conditions are no luoecr the cnmeAs wbtn I expressed mv readiness to rcilro in the cvei t of a contincehey which might have occurred at Baltimore. Having now defi. lie y accepted tue Cleveland nomination. I have not tbe nsat to act independently of the tmiy patriotic and earnmt psny whoxonferrvd that Donor upon mo. 2a say event It woykl be neiefaary first to consult with Item. It might, besides, have only the effect still further to unsettle public mind asd defeat the ob ject 300 bare in view, if we should disorganize before first proceeding to organize eomeihing bet ter. To this end I yngtrest that a direct effort be made to obtain an Immediate undormndimj be tween tbe supporters of the Baltimore aud Cleve land nou.lnaiion?, in order that the friend<( of both may coalesce and tmlt£ upon an early aay fur bold ing such a convention as you propose. lam sat isfied that I do not assume too much Ib sajlog that my friends will unite bear'll; In such a movement. A really popular conVcnlion, upon abroad and liberal basis, bo that it could bo regarded aa a con vocation in mass of the people, ana not the work of polliulnne, would command public confidence. Snob a convention, acting In tbe large and liberal SilmJn vrhlchlt *as colled, without consldera one 02 persona or political cliques, and without reference to by goce aituntlona. rising to tbs level of tbe occasion, and taking tbo condition of the country as they present themselves to-day, could safely be trusted to propose such a policy amt name auen a man as should, and undoubtedly would, receive tbo cordial and nailed sapoort of tbe patriotic mosses ot the people. To the great . body of these, so for as my Inlormallon leads me tenoral any opinion, I think that the following propositions would be acceptable. 1. Respect lor tbe practical liberty aud the con stitutional npkta and dignity of ihc ckizeo. 2d. Tbe maintenance of the dignity of the Uni ted States in relations to foreign powers. 8 The re-establbhmcat of the Onion by peace if it is poe-lhle; by war if the employment of peace measures cannolbe made to succeed. Much bus been said of late about peace, and you will therefore excuse me U Isay here what I un derstand by It. Fur me. peace means the Integral re-efetahllfehmentortbc Union, without aUvery; because slavery is tbe scotch of all our political diskensions, and because the institution itself is condemned by the enlightened and liber a spirit of the ace. These are to me thees*cutlal conditions of peace. If It is practicable to attain this result it would pot he paying too dearly for it—taking also Imo consideration the material strengtn which the South has been permitted to acquire by the conduct oftbe war—to make conccsai m» upon seme points of secondary imoortance. such a« that of paying an indemnity for their slaved to those who bave remained in a sort of neutral condition during tbe unhappy war which has convulsed tbe country. To terminate this we are now expend ing ilie and moiicy; U would ccrulnly be a gam to reduce it simply to a question ofmouoy. if in finite of all these efforts to epare tbe South humiliation or lessen of capital likely to be too eevwely Mt, the political chiefs who direct the vt-uth per-lst in war, then thepohey ol the Oou- Ttntion should be to pronounce for nar with all ihe power and energy of tbe nation. For peace upon any terms, and merely because it is peace 's peace recognizing a North and a South—would not bring about an equilibrium It would ooj« prepare tbe way for new struggles, and for a coo*, dltion of dangerous anarchy. Tbe paramount question lathe Union. Bypeace, it It can bebad on bonor«ble and right terms—by war, if tbe political leaders who are directing the South insist upon war. Tbe situation of our country Ifi’nnnneitlonably critical. • It demands the devotiou ana >he patriot )>-ro of til men wbo-reaPy love their country and it is one of those moments when all personal aspi rations should vanish in the lace of the great ques tions of principle and national existence which are at stake. Thanking you. gentlemen, for thS evidence which your letter gives me of your confidence in try disposition to do everything in my power for the Interests of the country, I am, very truly yours, J. C. Fubmont. I Indiana State Fair. The Indiana State Fair will be held this year at Indianapolis, commencing on the SI ofOctober. The Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture of that State aaye: u lt Is con* ndently expected that this Fair win be the largest and moat interesting ever held U tala St«te. Id addition to t/c usual Inducement* olknd loeahmituxa bjilhe 6ule Boiril, it la proposed to bar-* a apartment devoted to •to tiemflt of the Svo SaaiUr; Commis sion ” In conncctio/with this lat'-or an roorcemeDt, call is mine far contribution* of aruclts of all bid* lot exhibition aod or for exblbilon alone. There Is, lonbUttP, ahondaiitfoaierlitl In the aao-U 01 the of lodi » to maßc this occasion ere of rare their cnlerpdsitur I tbllc spirit will lbs success of both undertaklnga. _ / Fje«m siiiaßaiK’s 9tie Flaub fnore* meni>Drbcri|<tuu of u-Tno Ktlpaf • tlikllnld. I ' [From Oor fecial Corresoondcnt.l IbAP. Atlanta, Ga., Ang. 2L Since tho date ofmv 1«« there has been no ma terial cbascein He situation, pare a slight con iractlcn of ocr lltf *, caused by the poshing pro* ptneWe* of our £irmreboxf, who will. in apltaof shot and abed. b««rd tbereuel lion la bU dsn. Our parallels ba« now a shape pome. what similar ioa shepherd's crook—too carved ©i o circling ronel that portion of Atlanta between tho Accuse andilarlctu Railroads. The stnlsat ponJ«n of it rats off in a aonthwesterly direction pt rebel to the nilroad between East Point and the ci y of At anti The 4tb Corps, Gen. Sjanlcy commatalue, lion the extreme left, to his right ti eStiib Corps,' temporarily under command of Gen. Williams; nest ite Army of tho Tennessee, mxt the )4>h Corps, Brev. MaJ -Q.n. Jeff C, Davis, red on the extreme right tbe 23d Corps. This Corps Is dlrtcdr West, shoot a mile and a hill dls ' lai t irom Kart Folrt Jui.cljd—ttw .rent srterr c.n wl.nh Ho* d’s armv depends for Vnpplles. They bnvecot yd bveti able to torn the eueujj’s lUmi. tc>wlu s rudiyirour vigorous auvaoce to tberlebt. The reason of xhis is. oar lines are ait*ou -d no v to •>gnat, a degree as Is consistent with vafety— uearcrlcc'Tom right to left the cconnoos die tax.ee of jcvrteen mvet. The rebels being on the k rd of ibe arc b»vc a tonrb shorter lm«, aod la care of attack can make use of ton railroad as « t needy means ol coaccnrtatlog their troops atony plvip joint; Six or ten ol days ago.ordsrs were riven lor the troors to prepare lor marching, aod tho 1100 of march was law down, hat bov jig gone off on his raid, (which was a £zzlc after a I.) General Bbermao revoked the crccr, and pent Gen. Kilpatrick, with about 1,50 ravsiry, out on expedition. On Toots isv nigh'., the 18ttilout,betook his departnre from Sind town, sod moving down between the Moatromsry BaQroad aid the ChaUiiooocfaeo River, C'oesed o>crtoifcocost,andstnick the Maioa road near m)cxii eboro. The torch was hero qmcx'y-aptdtod to the depots and warehouses, white aqnaas of tho cavfilrvwert to work tcormc up tho track, w&lch they old (fftctnaliy for a distance of about throe rr>tle!>.* Whilepsehlne the deatraction, still far tlrtf he was enrrouuded hr two brigades of caval ry trd three brigades of infantry. Seeing a fa vcrsMo opportnnity, caused by a gap in tbe cne uy's lines, be collected bis men together, aid putting spurs to their horses, they drtbtd nut .at . headlong speed. On fiioa day afternoon the ccmmsnd reached Decatnr, aedthe same night their old camping vronnd— Smdtowi— having mode tbe entire circnir of the Hiyln carrying one the expedition. Oar loss In this raid was nhoot ono bnhdrod and fifty in killed, v countd and missing. *3 his morning orders were given to the troops to . prepare lor Ibe march laid oat in tbe programme «hirh hao been tcmpororllv revoked by tee send ing out of the cavalry expedition. This proposed line of march will almost be a counterpart or that by which Johnson was so successfully flanked oat oi the Ataiooutt Pas«, and in addition to compell ing Gtneml Di ed to evacuate Atlanta, will at the same tune force him to give Qeoeral Sherman an open field flshtr If yonr n&ders remember ibe details ol tbe movement Irom Kiucaton on tbe Szd of May list, they will have no difficulty in nndcrstandloi; the Impi rtance ot tbs one now acont to be nodortaKeo. There Is, lowever, this dlfi'ercnce between the two. Now t*e have a broad deep nverlaaarrcar, surronodea on both sides by steep inaccessible basks, np or down which it would he an impossibility to move Icrsebcdles oftroeps. To precare lofanycontm j.tucy ibat mlcht unformnstcly happen, tho vOth corps has been ordered to move from the Imm©- fiiatc front of Atiai.ts, and take np position near the railroad orideeaa aM- dupont. Tbe balance of the. army will then cot loose, so to speak, from us lommunicatione, bivluz with It fllteeo or taeniy dajs’ rations', and move in asonibeis crly cmcticn, with the design of compelling Hood to move out of his lortiflcutions. and clve batnc on en (.pen field. Tbl- he wt I have to do, to ordur to moke an effort to save tals base ot supplies aod line of retreat. Our. An Ancient Copperhead. IVlicu Benedict Arnold had &dl<l his coun try to its enemies, and found himself unable to deliver the goods, he made a precipitate escape to the British Hues, and there pro claimed Lts treason in & Proclamation, which reads as follows: (From Benedict Arnold’s Proclamation to the Citi zens and Srldlers ot the United States, issued October 20. 1780.J You arc promised liberty by tbe lea-era of yoar afikln. bat U there ul individa.i la the objoymme cl It, eaviog yonr Who among you ocjr to or write '•but he thinks agala.t the tyisnay which has robbed yon of yoor oroperty, impTironsyoorsona, drags yon to me Held ol bat* tie, kcd la dnily dcJagiuc yonr coourry wlib blood? Unrconniry onc« was bwppy, aaff oad the prof-- lend peace been embraces, toe lust t«o years of misery had been tpi nl in peace and plenty, and rejiairlig tbe desolation of tbeqnarrel thsc would have set tbe interest of.Great Britain and America lo a true I pht and cemesteo their friendship I wish to lead u chosen band of Americara to the attainment ul peace, liberty and safety, tbe first ob> c.ts in tafcm± tbe field. ttiat i« Amenca, hot a land of widows, orphan* and ten-are ? Bat what need of armament to such as uel infinitely more misery than tongue can ex prets? I give-my promiaejjf cio«l. affcctlooaie wt come to all wro are disposed to Join me in nr a mitts veccssary to close the sceno ot our atfiio tfon, which mart be increased nn'll we are content with the nbtnlltj of tee parent conntry, which Mill offers us protection ana perpetual exemption from all taxes bat each as wo shall think fit to Im pose upon ourselves. Benedict . Aunolu. A coppeMiead Politician In Trouble* (Correspondence of the N. Y. E*ealng Post.l Cahasdaigua, N, Y., Aug. 20.—A noted copperhead politician of tins eectlon-.of the country Is now in jail in this to sn. His name is Wm. Dillon. Be was imprisoned here two ortl\ree years ago oo*a charge of dUloyal conduct, consisting mainly la an outmge on tbe'flsg. Previously be was post matter under Pierce and Buchanan. Dillon Is now held on a charge of arson. It maybe rtueabtred that two reported Incendiary Urea which recently occurred in tbe village of YUnna, on tbe Central Railroad, destroy ing reaily half the business port of the place. A,bank, abottl, many stores and otber'balld lige were buned. Various circamstdacts .directed suspicion toward Dillon ami some of Ut comer, crates) amt recently bo and a man named Rooms were arrested and taken bi lore & magistrate, who on the evidence ccmmittco butbnl lhemtoj»lL Roberts was subsequently released on bill, but tbe authorities decided that Dillon eouid not be released under any circnms&Dcs, and be mr-a’DB in charge of tbe jailor. The cop perhcbds Lave up to inis time stood by DU iou firo.ly, and whenever be was locked up, as in the beginning of tbe war, on a charge of disloyalty, and later, when he »as im prisoned In Washington lor some of hie op erations among tbe soldiers, they have sym pathised with him, given him their aid, and honored him when released, but some of the most reputable ol tbisNparty now disown him. x EeT’Lett*™ from Borne, seja the Courier des Mats Phis, state that Pitts IX, intoads to make a Cardinal of the new Archbishop. There being a larger cumber oi Roman Cath olics in this country than in England, their clergy, It Is claimed, being entitle! to that distinction. The late Archbishop Hughes died before obtaining from the Pope that mink ot esteem wKU which h!s successor will ho honored. WEAVER’S CU-UPOtm) IXTKACT OF T FIREWESD, Or Humor, and Liver Sjrup la beliived to be the ereatest remedy oyer dlscov ere a for the REMOVAL OF BUKOfiB JN TBS BLOOD. It is a vegetable compound, tied cortalna no m‘n»r. at or tots* logs subiunceswistever-it Is entirely laarml^ea. &zi<3 O'ihofnme tlm-n warfa. iniUeflVcta py Tills mecicue is WaUHANTED to core the fo.iowmc complaints: Cures Scrofula. - Firewee* Cures Salt Bn sum. Jrr*we»d Cures Scald Head. Fircweed Cures Stubborn’ Dicers, Fi) 0 treed Cures Rheumatism, Eirewetd Cures Bingworm or Tetter, Plrewced Cures Pimples oa tne Face. rireweed Cures chronic «oro Eyes. Firawaed Cures Livar Complains. Piraweed Cures. .. .Dyapeptia. Tlrewi ed Cores Bryaipe las. Size weed.... a Cures Cutaneous Eruptions. A fid all diseases srliing firm aa impure state of the Mood. One or two buttles will care Chroma Liver Csmplalnt. TEE WARRANTEE. We are aware that many medicines are warranted, knovlrg that Jhry «m ha return-"!. Bnt we fessnra you that we co not want vunr moskt WITHOUT OTVUJO TALUK BBCKIVKD. We bC-ICVe It i«TToBss tusx ronnKUTTo osTOAnrnrT’AMOiT, ASD vmxs WB WABBA2TT THIS ICEDICUTB, W| Mlij just wdat wb sat. If any one me* tne Kir-weed lorlbedlsesresabichwebave recommended u for, sna 11 net tally satisfied that tt is all wb bbo >m sibvjt jt, he can return the bottle to the A*rnt us pcrtbaGcd (be medicine of, and he will refund tbe tfc'ney Shfo’d ynur nearest urugulit not have tbo article, do tot he put off by any o her preparations that mar be offered In Ua place, nut send to nur Agent and be will lcr» ard, securely psckac, by express. ; BEWARE OF IMPOSIUON. Srb that our slmature u on every bot'le you bur, and ice that “Hr. tVesver'a Compeutd Extract of Firrvred, arßumor and Liver olown in tbe totUe; no other is genuine. Prltf, One Dollar p,r Bottle, or SU Bottles for Fire Dollars.* Brthy expresa on receipt of tbetroney. Geld by Mi Druggists ana Medicme-Dcalejs. UiBK A DTCax. northeis: corner Heat hern and ■Baxco.ph elrtc.B, Chicago. .Wallsex* Ss Taylor, . iir so ovil, 70 Bandolph Bf., Chicago, WHOLESALE AGENT. sc:o-qta im-Ttr thasa Dr. Strict land’s File Remedy nas cured thousands if the went cates cf Blind and Bluing it fives nxnedlsterelief nefi efitetsa permacentcure. ■srj It directly. It Is warranted to cure- For wlcby all druggists. General Depot, 6 Bsst Tccrth street, Cincinnati, 0. H. SCOVILL'SL Whole sale Agent, Chicago. ang29-pS3I-IMs T W. POTTLE, * C«mSHON HEMcHaSI , ■Mg South water Ohlcamp • IrihfWto safif.t»csa&nu:««*vsi ■ IBIJIKE SsßStfMltU- This ts tus octy medicare tc« win cars 4uc««- anstarixcißKDtiDDtuea'atsoltfeob’oxi.vis* _ Bcmnuij or en i* ca< cw«s luor., KJT«p lu,, thruuic Sorr- tu#ffi4vria o; TctU‘l. pc»ld Knd, Ol« W-»reß, Hußllloctnlttie ■y, uiine **Ue?v motnbei, <>u tae d>»u«». oyirpepcia* Ne-vour -tflfcc tion»« li'icral BvDllUr, nil t!i»«*h d!sta»<aoiid all tU*ow»ea ardrlnsft®® die one 9f thereurtt •nm Citincua eomOioes ■> a hi?n»7 ccac*.Urit&. iti.ta me /mm a-xtrset of SAo* kd it l eoaunrsa HoOt) itLLOI? DO S, d the JOInOKOf POta.'hUJM. -i>Ss»h*r wif other TaltikMs vsyCUMc purttyins Rxt'-«(.t«. pr-i»Tta 0 a u«» cuuP teal prcr«s so b» tr- rcae.-r uit prepars tion tbe meet etnMs'onsremeos evri efiem T o tre nosne*or nil CUawea arniue rox an imeurs itatf oftts B- <*c ©• •di-Mar-o coidMoaoftro yites: i>hunAntsu v r's lOmnn &no isaccistjiatio.a rcxe-iy, uad 6m ■ fTonJ aacca.' -cam oa lb* v*noue crgais cr toe tyct-i, cic ; a thtm to lirt.lrj a Ho aid cn«thla< UiaiUD't t:.rrDib«tULct«o?s’.h«ta»inTe <tes**'»d. To *ir«S.> dt»b EDM»-166 BU) <U. COKP.hCTft t 3t O’ ■ BkUONS cr me LIVER, ado KirßoSsli no.tr-' miporonsdoiressrdcutter troo taei.it-rai *Bdbr trt.«iretnrvii« th* CAD?B o J dlsesms tfic CridV » rsttlPird C BTAT*» snip™ M-WfIST DH-KajTtt AX’dlOnißil lb. ronzhiy nsovates the vuols eystem, (rdl. u iron mil imoufrc'* and p- ■& ouurtbo«e scalar pact yl-. Mirt arttnc powers a ui rsm«o» wiy in; equsllr «mc-«:{c-nf la to mvey nUferent comotvatr ISIPORirANT VO XD« SleA. To pe.oons woo are sick and adlictru aad oaade V n«; a eioon PtukyuirKcdlciac. we p'.ange tbis %asa rttv tbat * R KABIEHI. STB IOI>L>R AW D BAbSAPA G ait , CtiSiP-4-i ana ÜBU'SI m»o BnUVjToftDftnf*’*. kyrtt* or asy 3tm p-nllaorßl od I*n*ltyn Msdclne now odeiea x xbetnimr.orflu *ru>By wu.L «ttT aivem roi.i PntiidMsrxx'Cttiecd 'AJe to tb-.ir aa I'enutifia] cu>6 where It is Indicate bettas* ’’'ey kncwtbfc lAffiedt-'ttaaxftUis BEST, that tc tat V*rlcv-1 P*calfy pr Prlra. ttwcir ootUe. • • • or Prepare *nd sold t>y PB F. * V.o. porter of Tlilrd aJifiCaestnaCscrecu- et Lout Ulnooii. tST B-’-ld «t DH. K»STSJtI*7’S rsvuly WeUCtL Store, as vaffitca street, ccat U l © Pest rHDcc. Ut» - CUKE TOUttsELf. BEL. BA2£S& 9 3 SFaOiriD ffsed’clso is a epoedy as«l rsdleo rareUT Gonorrhea, Gleet, Sirictareo Sriulfial WeaKQzU, Cbo«ti<e, Ola* e&Mnt of t&e Hlducts aod tliuilder, ftud a») Oisraics of «t>o snxual etiosed t>j Lontagion er Ueakueas ol either s-je, oiaiea or Females Tpib eleven*, peptutr ana iniullinicpruisrsdua. sc c- irbmee in all unt Lahob til&lH-A tee UURa of PclVaTa is cow odcred to ’he ai QicipS »ad WABttojr-IS.. TO CO i« all ouea««s 0; tteOer.Ua! Orcass of either sez (malts or faoaiAß) n a ftw daya. OR :IfISERB srsemeu ths ONLY airs »UAPL» CSEMKOYtfor Oie CJInK Of B?*(SMA TOHHBCEA, E‘0«(allT termed WKsE fi»Usfili BV 8 OK HX 'KS IVi L p,l f c i l^?s,G F* w klc6 Uco7iO FRIRFULLV P«B --VALR*-T u-ab p»f t of tbe ccnctzv. Btadbx. nave yoa-a DisaASB or uu uls-aieol int Ll<.'/ EYB, aLr.i»CiEn OU BrtXGaJ CKOANH. UOnotn-ilcctll. DELAY C 3 DaSORR. OL9. Fro»Ttt s*.on-« that Ceie:,r* • t tt-r0«36 f>« Bar SPBOIFiC, which h-dKTBK!) at on thnoßauds and utni tbeni *ro u »be tsaos o QUACKS, U not Ctotr. BUI6MaXO«S» GWAVjra, tp. >*K.Kt.'3 BPKCIFIC taw j-reat HXALLNb FUfcJKVIFQ »n«‘ sRL^ lua.uv. In. t O ItfitOJCAL AlO Clt oUVICa. si pi»ia flirac 'ior»rwrn e*c*omnn-ve%cbbocttecftfte ue iciac Dt. Bakn’r fip-nflcit very to the tw, t» perffCt ▼ BA*E AM< -84 -O I t-K CONBXI TT'i JOF, and »11l efftctoijlj CUEH “H« Al®D MOS« */R3*ISaTE CaSRB Of VIUVaT* DISFA»ER, aas rcstcr» a» r?aio a cerftict 't t*RAITS VrUf> UR. HAEJJ -’i SPECIFIC *on can CUKJI YOU BrLK FOr-OSv-TKH Q TS=. SlQffP.rtha' s physician will char e, witaont or diet Ol b i nr«u ct iron, boiirtai, aad Urns prevent a 4 obo&c* (fEXKSims. N. B— u oMtcu» Uoa* orrfc(r»,o , retaroHefrual Lr IFJXC ION will h* ton?d s v*:n-*Slc ajmtwl K oil Brß<'lFT r: la vnbduiaz the dUeua *»*o s*on!c »■ bred in cealancuos wild it niitii a leife t coze ir effected A Ttunse, oz. s-xna- XMacasu, called tba *■ Sell- UcVucicr, accom.-oai'-fl each oott.e ci U&mt'-d- C)S»- CT Frtcs— epeeifle. ft per l»ott(« B»*r '• injection. $i bovtls. %3T frlce—M-Qe Inti&Gas Syrlmce. 30 cents: f* XDoie.'* c«u>F. t»» thy Bs presto tUnarlscf vie country « TfCrtoto # ih«tf3'acy. _ ' S2f" • ir>ved %nd sold by DR K. KARfRULi too bwe«t earner ot IMrd wad Ches'.nu; tuceti. 81 Lra'ft.Mo.,SolePrsoiittor . XW For t.le st DB. K Kc&TeUuT & CO. S Pam ily Uedirlte-i'tofe. 83 Utclsca itr&et.ccar tka Poi Office, Cbicsfc, 21. s »H. EASTEKI.Y’S AMERICAN LINIMENT. TMo Taltxmftl* IJnlmca: wIU cap* hbeomattom, Sprains, ftmlaos, OntSt Wonirda, CAmmetei Tec iona,Sn,eUcdaud SitfT Joint*. Lun bago. aa>d all DU«anea nber< ex external remedy Is Indicated. DB, EABTKBLY'3 AMBBICAN LtSI*ISHT Wtf also core Sprain, Brakes. Oats, Galls, Cmfei. Ria» Bobo Scratches, or Wound* which «r« cquj dually oo eantrs toHOBshS. Famines sboa.d csop tt COS feTsS LY OH BABH to no It> tlxsrf nefd.jr \i\t the BRSIAH- KPfICACIOBS UHIiIRHI «Q« ItrQie. t&~Fos tala at Dt4 E&STKKLT A CO.*' ftmlU UwMcltm Store, S3 Madison street, near the Peal OtQße.Ctnnaao.Uu EE. GAETEE’S COUGH.BATiSAS TFIII rtare CongliK, Colds, kithmaj Coat'- aompfiOß, firobcnill*, fiplfdaf Bloody Pain in tae SlrSfaaad arcaat. Wbooping Coofh, Croap) nod all JS!> bimi ofUie Xhxoataad konss- yon aCoafb, :rcid, ot any ffueaw a tbo.Lur« or Threat ?• Do net neats, tic «.*ILi.IOM riv fcrnnally by a>-clecttßF a COiltiO* cold. Coaab»Bi.<t color, li cot cored, tesa toCO-»BUMP TION, ana tbCDtofH*rMATORE DrATH Frocn a at once that celebrated rcT «a», UR.GAA -1 BK’S n UGB »»1 9- V. which sever una t j TUB COUQn TMMRDTATKLV tsAtoe-f-.et ftPBB fbct to b few eays It is beyond »li coob tnemostPEßv«CT RBMEny-foraU diseases of »h- THROAT AND LUf-6S known to the civilised world. <h r nice—iml fcottuj, 50 cecte jerbot 4 !*; larrf bottles. ft m bottle. is“ ror islt at oif. e. v Af.ir.r.i-Y a i:q.*3 Faa. Qr Medicine Store.99 M&4lsoastreet. Chlcsfco.Ll, an3-oHMovai-wAr u « ’ —— 1 —-■ QUBUSIENCiS OFFICE, U. 8. KJ AEMT, N*o,:oForrn "TUTnr, ) Baxtiuobx. Ud.. a.ofai;2*,t*M.f S'fll'rt Prfmo'alr, iq <inpi eatp, «m pi received at this rffle* U5"lll M on WEDNESDAY B«pt.7'.b, I*o, fer jrtJO'nblDt tbe Dulled 3ta:ca subsistence De- FOUR VHOLF&NO(4.CCO) HEA v QFBEB *C AT ILK. no Jliehoof.deliT»fr<i attre Sut* Cas la Sesl-s at .la l'ts> f ('.O 0) oaf ihmmtdeseb, even iJf) t*o days: tote weighed vT*i» one and a btlf (»yt antral, a:the expra**©! tne ftourrai^ tor. they mn'» avtrflß® about (I.MD thirteen bnn dredtooods troraweubt,ail taping »hort«f fi.K>') obm thoti’and p net i gross walrbt, Bulls, RiaesiOzeo. Cows. Hem-rrsna tornlers C«tU".wiH be rejected. A deducMoi of ’ra {’.‘o pourd* will m msa-sf/om the weight of t»rh Steer accer'ed under tbiscou. tract, nrcvided «k« animal doranot itardln tat o«m two and tne half boors before belts welg-'ad, or u n't weighed tiDEC'la t»y after removal fr*mthec*ra. Blank farm* lor prcorsaisc-inhe had onaiollba tiooarthis office, either In person bj malt, or tele trnr>b. The Government will claim the r'ght of weuh'ne any ore animal seperate.it us appearan-e mi'Cates Iras weight hao tie mml'um eulloncd *b tve. the expense ot weighiog wtu ne paid by the pony e:rmz to.JnT2.Vvt. Etti-o b'dto reeute copel< 4 erEtton must contain n • ntten tuai&ntee of two responsible persfias, asfo!- .MOiimaiot ,B‘.toor ,ao beretr. ~)r»alee u.t i. (or are) able to total a conrattir »eco»o«ocs with thcrerma of-j, (or thnp) napofUloo. aca s*oaldbi« (t tbn*) orop-Tr lionb«fceeD ed. be (or (bey) viifstoßCs enter into a eomrset in »c?ordsnee ircrcwitb. and we are pn> p«)ed to b- cor e hia R«cnrltlea, ctTlor good and eof flrleat bf.cds lor its fn Cunvnt. TherntOßaifci'itjr o* thv«m>irA?lflra moat nsihown by iht offic fl certificate cf Ibs Urrk of tr.e ncv C *s Dia'rtci fonrt.orof tha Unit'd Staxs Hlatrict At* Ura<r. to be eccleitd with >be bid. Mddeta moat bf p’fs-ntto rfsoonc tv tbe r fcidf, an« prepared to (Jve boada and sisn tbe contract be* forele-Ti* g tbe office- Tba GcvrincrcLt i»e-rvrs to itself the rlebttora- Jectans trail bl'ac'itsltfcr-ionnrpa.v'paQ'e. P »nent* e'tcr evch detveryta inch inyds assay b fc . on hand; It iocc on band, to be znaJe tf»Oit MlCCtlVfd. * P/oDo9al»mn«v be endorsed dtstlcc'ly. '‘Fronifats ’4s* e a,t i B lV t ai,a *%•!* e*nu so - Capt. J. u. GIL MAN, F.. ttnlHa > ore,li»ryliac. ,, _lf abldjsla thf nitneot a 11 m- their t>am*s ant their Foal office adrtess most appear, or they will not hf. crrMdeied. \ Each pi-sron or every mac her of % firm a nronftal mmt “ccompwn? it an oath af ad» sivrev totre United Btvtes Government,if hehaa notblrrady filtr coeintu office. All Diovnotcomplvtn* itri-tiy with the te -ms of uls adverttsemcntwlll ne rejected. « J- H- GILMAW, ■usi q?J5t Captain .tad C 9., U. 9. A. • Proposals for nevv site FOB UABIKK hospital at this pobt. r Custom Horan, Cmoiao. ang- Jlh. 15*1. 10 sarri»DCc of the Ace cf Concrete- aourored Junt JOU*, iffti.aotborUiag the *• mrebtas of a n'W -»t a »o»e eilciola tne t r a Marine HobdFal to oj near Cnicot o." notice li hereby riven ttat arosoaiiu wilt beijerelved at this office until TflUbiOAT. be •evetth dsy cr September next for rtonnda aotteble tor ike porreaea cf the Hospital. . Th-sa zroandi mu‘tnrt be further north than the vlciuitvxf Lake vuw. nor futlicr fcafh tt«m Hyde Farfc. In size they mnat-cot be 1-* m than tbrre huuaiec reef square, ror mere than tea aerva ‘a extent, &ae P tt* l gs T ?_ a fait and u* o"Btructi»a ftootise upas the 1 LUTHEii iIAVAA, CoUccterT 1864. fall 1884. CA.ISa:FA.X<3-ISr. BOOTS AND SHOES At Wholesale lor Cash. 48 and. 50 Wabash Avonue. TVe have a large stock of oar own make, and oftbe best. Easter » manufseturefl, which we a*r eaahled to seu. and are selling. Itaa than the nreiont market pneA FABQO & BILL, 43 a-dSJ nextsontzFazweii, Field* Co. *nl9-m?81-lm-Mox-TU3ATna gEEBJEKGEK & BREAKEY, WHOLESALE HAEDWAEE, 143 Lake- street, Chicago, Have on Rand a very large stock, to wblch the attention oi tlie^trade u Invited. aulC-pS-lOt-T-xa34.net jPAiSßAirsa* utaubam SCALES OF ALL SUK), i NabtaaJoq'erNßiflfiSti f OHlOAtet (jAUTION E 0. FULLER is no lo’ger la our employ, and all person* sreb»rrby notifiea not to transact any ntse wl'h him on cur aiconot. „ HOLMES 4 BBO^ au£o-o&£0 St Insuranrt A^ea-.s, *D RABS STEN CTL ALPS m. J. MSTCALP Se CO - »0. m BMOfc BTIUfBTtJBOSTOT. MASS. TneciUy meijuftctcjori in me united Btete»,of Bran Alphabet* and Figure*, to any greet extent or in ani TazltXi. Sdd »t wholesale e« tfen lawm? Oim nicxs. AIso,I6eBBST OF INDKLIBLKbTaNCn caaiJ. BtendX Diet and *n kind* ol “ggljWooi. InWiM. M ftlebicmal. J|R.WRISHTS, Remveuating Elixir! Or. EaSEKfTB OP LTFS; **tap»tiaj chub dm Vegetable Exiting sou. fmmßosthißgiajanoufltotne meet 9cue&£i. *OAIAt rtuimizniMa aozotnoashteeiftofli* «ntb Df% Ule n ~*Q aoe* uu» citzlr y«juvs9#.u t=» svatais.aaa ovsrronjs dinmn. ifiini i« -aure>u.c<n difcover.es ir the .egobihic kiaidou*; betas an at tlrdy ot-v and afwtmcl tnetnoo o< care, trrraoectlvt ft» a i the ola end worn-out systems Of TbiMDrdlrtdf ha* lute Oy She nMcS' nent medical n en of the day, nod by tVno pro&conctr to be oev •*„ n.etliral duonvane* c* tt« a- e. Xar tma oani-i wiu cure seuenU Dtouity. tiT a e* doees cures eystericMnfems ea. . C2T on- hocxii cur-e falmtattmi ot the Ilea?!. Cf~ frum-ooft to three OolUea mtorro ikl tCAfiXt* eeesaed nulnrot o> youth. CT A fe» doses restores the upperue. , Or a few d*w» cores the lowsobited - nf Unr novtle restores meats! power. pT A l»w dmve mlms the ru*r to the cnees nr ■'-ou'aedictce restore; to reanlr »l*ir uco r> nort deal f > V* poor dabllitatai. wtun-dovt *cd. Cf spauin*. - / '* X3T The tuncua, dnerrared youth, (Be otcr-twicsf mat. of butincs*. we victim of ocrvoos dcprvwieu U.'c4iwii\lua». aulfmeg from i ear. ml debility, wIJ m,’ ltd moocHt™ and permanent telle’ bv the cm n th- Elixir ot ?aw-ncft ot Lire. or- price, Wp» »*nttl«, or threa Ly.tt a* tor »», and fcrsardi** hv 'Ctd'OM. of mote?, tr/nni ill SUCI otd£,fc. JiUit 06*03t tpC* A.COOK«CbIdffCM iot Onncrul Areht for the west. Bold bv all Pnitfcu»tijeTe»Twbefe.. n. a, COOK* Chicago, Genet at Aceot lot tee StAtf? of I tnwa ww-onon- KichUTMi wd In- dsu nr. a. irEemii * n«,ia BOLV FaOFKIKTOSa, No. 59 Liberty atrert. Scm TcrJt. CHEEOEEE FILLS! 80UAK COATBO. FEIV-AtS REGULATOR; ADD HEALTH PRESERVER. ABSTAIN A.ETD SAFE. (Ho of DMtmcUfus, and lA* Ixw prursaceol Bognlaiity in chb Keconcnei si the Slonchly Periods, tSF" They care or onv.ate tnoio.nnmrrcti* disease* t' a? ttrzia frc*© IrrsintUrUT, tv remcvlnr the irraia. larltylisclr. Pr They ran Suppressed, erc« r .iva and Fttnnu ttlenstnwliou. ty* Tlti'.y curt* orvfcs dtc*ntva tCbiwo*!*., OT They cor*. Nervous and Spinal Affections, paini jj tit Data, the iowfi porta 01 tbebody. Hearings*. Fatigue ol alight -iJTtjun. Palplta'.iea o* the Heart, Loo'Qeet-ofSpi'lM, Hysteria. Slrk UfAdacha, Qlddi* ot-ea, ete, etc. in a word, by removing the lrrego> laxity, they remove the cause, and with Tt AXLtbf »*■ tecta that spnar from U. . gt* Munpof ed or Mtrpie vaaetaote exuacta, taef soutaiD TcthsiT delerertPTu toaosccus.UQtloo.tiow> ever delicate. t;;oir functions being to enbatltme strength fiir waytaen, wblct, when iropaily need. •b*y never fa!! to aa. CF" They may lx* aareiy used «t an* a«;e, aao at obi ocnoa, except «hea loroUcea b? direcrona GT All ict'en. icertnc Information or at, r.oe will be f.roraptly. freely anti dlwrecUy answered, - dl>rrt?on.« neomepnay eacl )»u». 13T Price ft pec box. or afz texe* lor IS. oru«. by mail, free of poataeo, oa receipt o* Pf S"aata erdua most be rent to C. A. COOK. Chi* ex.cz , onr Gerernl Aceot tor the West. Sollby oil Urnazlata evtrywbera. O. -0.. coos, CHICAGO* General Agtotior tue.-aautof Iliiaois, loira,'Wli< coaMP. Mlcblgaa, and Indiana Die. W, It. Sc CO., * So. 113 Liberty >it., Sev XOtt, Bold tWnoimuc in CbicßKv tii FI7U.KR*JfLNCAtB KUL.Uih LOKi) A SMIIU, •BUBSfiAhl A VA’i BC6AACK.W.IMI ARRIS A CO. 6M' i- nwri.B H. MWil.i,, J. ROSiIEHOdJ POST ft RADE4S. at betxli. 07 all Dregfflste in the city ana u/wiufb- OQtlhe cotnJry. fel^Ainsx.xtrameow bvd warranted u Directions are tell owed. Ea-cdfddi of ClUwna ol Umcago owv« o euaPer* tbUdiMptly Cnred by tills >l«diclna g*T.r. yo»aCincuuA* ©jiciiuNa Ay. htvftokp. OB? Di H. SGEt'YE & 00-j Jou Pbopbietohs, ataaiOi«i« - • HUnoiit, S T St F 1* O M eh Tii-a sjTSMom o. ostanaasuidy .< ana; July '*:■} it iixj: ver/ silihc. FersCuc fludts*y Lif ia ccld •ii»t un>/ Li?& frequent ami more *enii die to tns change*ct ttmptraurt. in t*> cocdit:oc tueroi(smaybadiy r 3r ashjtt »llxch*rKO, tnm and wrld, ftiterwaiC beccsuna tu’.cs sso aactfivt, aj the disease bsccmsi cbrunic, tse diicnatcu are a creased in quasasy ana dusted in qoaJty; tiry art am tbica aaa heavy. toft us hawasd or totmhea oc. fbo fccjflCon* *rs otfsnjive, caaiiu* a baa ore*tL tb-e voice it tmo* and aaaml- tse eye* us weak: tsr leciaoi Uc fiTici.' u >e*as3CC or destroyed: deamenr 7r-qi3»2t-V »"0 to*. orsTrto® o! Oat*rrn it, tta; tic person It obHVsc to dratW» threat 'J.the mortis* ofsthlcy nr slimy nncoui, which sat fallen down tiom to# a?i.d durlii the t«ghx. tVj ts<ct nla-s, thf person msyts sun that bis disfac 1* on it* way |- tJse lanrs. tad should loose no time in ansefng !t Tux axil sirtrw of tq sllitt ETOPTOU. A slszlo Bou!e win laat a ba ej*s ebree times n day* TESTiMOmiAL prom Hoc. Thos. J. Timer. Ex UtmHw of from intneji. lata Speaker or Ulbois ilouns or is> presesUtirea,aad Grand Master of A.k.and A.lit of tlic SUte of Ulisob. « _ r - .P«nrd w » ocs.2ist.issL Qlt. AS»3al.uYB» Oaaa Era—ln reply td yoar ncace or the istn last, 1 would ssy thttlwajeernoiy with Caurrr . for yean, wkeo X Occam* aeqnatnted with you asd boarht two tottles ot sour Liquid C&;\rrb ttemedy. Before I bid used one bottle 1 vu sentlh!? unproved, and fcoiote tbe vseond bottle tu nUibeo, mi ccia* pieteiy coz*d. I can lie modicias to an a dieted wtib Catsrrb. __ _ ThO'. j. ruKREa V* n ' 11 - *sif ov all oruiglits. Jy 6 csl-2m-p*3tawlx 8a15.p69 i 4M0 TiJAaa p?aa ivestovatibe. THE Mailable Hair Bestorative. rrEris is ho ha.ib dvsl Reasois Why the Suxcfca Should be Ustd. Itwtllclfansc tte scalp,and thereby-pronots tn*. gioatbia ibe ca-x. D the hair is civ, stiff and luelesg.it will cive It a »oia*i»oadllTblysta yautbfn; apDtsr.a*e. Ii the bsiru beconUu* thin, w«ai aad lalllax out It wi- i*iu.r* its sire rh beauty, Ifttahsir is Kray, tr beoomiac so it will remora n V' us original color witaont suiting ecaio or b*Ldi I< iifzeafrcru aU Impurities cr oeftonous dors bur oyr, bot an and '•l'lcoaUthatisproattedwlientuoa by tbe diree* slops flMrvUt Dr. Van Zscdt (one of the eldest and Net Fbiticlsns.aoomost celeursted Ocala; mtae 5 tile) taji, la regard iy ths LuastA r •—■ - _ • . • , ,Br. Loots, Dec 17,JR<53. Ur. 'Uner baa submitted (or sy ii*oec?OQ tffs re* cl e for maklrg bis Hair Ewstoranre, aad aft*ra c»r:lu eiaombtion of the «iffe:*nt incrnaeits wiitclt e-.ifer luo tis preparation, i hive no bc»lta« ton in p.ocouncltk it tpyslcloclcaily sp-akme) a cost lappy c< mp n nno.suu especially enued to tbe xequtieaenie orrounre. spa the t*s<gns of one of toe most vila&ble preparations of »ha Riaanow la neefircbasgicgibßcduruftPS b«tr and »eitxrln* tlis scalp rri»m aclfcetcdto a healtbre4odh>oa. ' XbvveexuLinedaQdeo''verßsdwitt) powers u.lnr the bursas, and fid that U does tU tn»tlsp'oo> , saa It cDan'n , kteplcs the hair from laUlne out. and re. siding it wotngr*y. „ _ WM..TAN 2ANIT, M.D. IFtom the St..lonis Republican, Dec 3S,iSS , .I - EnnintA—'ltisnotef in Ustta pro'natcnal sen*’ tlf>snomberepnta-ioaofDr. Vaa Zasdt 'siortss to mil 3 thevlit-es of a preparation for tbe r roc. a’loo cl coic.-Oi th# h-.'r. or any ether partlcnlar opjeft. Tbl»h*-do*«. he waver, la a esn nahJabid to day by Mr. K. TUber, am. to wbieb gray beadsara rtMrcd. * f BAS.NrM'sFornt, Sr-Lonr Mo- June 1,*353^1 K.FiB»»B-l»n*nsin: tra?a nstd one hatUoof too? *uiakaHat-Ke«tctative,aad tony full satis fac'icn. It'lcesaU'lutjoae.-aai t?r it h*vln~ ro stored »Ttr^T >«r to U»original coicr. THE) OS BAWCti L*to of Birnaa’" Hotel. The Agertmleht product buna ei*of other c-rtl. nrates frr ra »en'»eTeo and Liwuea that hare used the Bureka.bnt theahov uti >atn -turr BOOT. FIS iBB, * antt-pjgl_igt»Tuia - TBaAaAT la 1 Humber. ffIEW LTJMBEK FIRM. W. SAT3HEU.ER & CO., Wholesale and IsetaU Dealers in G««a Say and Saginaw loxsber. Eiinsia" lath. Timber, Pickets, &• Office and Tare, US hoots Canal meet, betw«?r Adsca and Jackson sts.,Chlcago. CARS LOJJ)£B IN TARDi ■s7.Satchvi.ot, BtbqhSct „ Form-rlTPcarsoa ABatchcller Jyl3 L2si uit tc in da* r gCONOAI Y_l3 WEALTH.” FItAHKLTff. the greatest of modern Fhllosopbers. remarks that “ a penny saved u a penny earned. In’ «*e»T of fleaTryicr your waste piper, preserve it, ano rec-lve itseocivaiestln cash, ■ahieh we win pa? fer old a»w*p*cer» o! ever? description wool* cr to’n; old ptmpblntsnf al< kinds,old circular*. hand bills. tickets, cards, catalogues, aad old scrap paper la all it* vailcU’i. la qoauutu a large or *m*lL Also, old anting paper ano schonl bao-i, old blankboo-s. ledgers etc., of any »ls*. it makers not bow much they may bo written on or mutilated. JOHN B. PSTITBOHS, au3l-p3t2-Sdtls DS ttunUolpb atrcet._ nPHOMAS FOSTER, wholesale Jl end retail dialer In Green Bay, St.Clair *«d Savltaw Lunber, Shinnies ana Lath. Also 3**o. Boers and SUoea. Door aad Window FnmA.:„ Grove st'aet footofßeymtrenthstrsoi,Chlcago lIL N-B.—Bavins railroad track in the yard, tacuities for shtpoirk ussurpaaaed. - Beet office sokXtt. . Ml»>F2B-ia . Sjostcttcr’s filters. J^OcilEXTlLE.’li CELEBRATED stokacb FITTERS. FMTEtTire MEjHMTUW G-REAT TRUTHS SHaiL compass. HOSTETTER’S 2m srjers^BjEts. WSAT TEE HHXEBB AEK To cheer the toulta and the nenei to catffi a frotvct the system trom APaama*a Dane; Bocae torpid Nature, and the streceth scatu? TTTF.m ingredients. Juices ofpiancs, roots, berfis,of nrtua* rare. By Cbemtc art cxprewetbwltb patient care. And tie tmld apint of the tye— Barest oftO dlftastTe stfaniQ. * 3E3ULT3 OF TBSIB T7BR. Digestion rallies, appetite revives. The tood a*«miiates, the patient thrive*. Dyspepsia vaaisnea with all tU throes. ind peaceful deep succeed* distorted repeat EFFECTS OK TUB LIVES. The widens sufferer, longatd, HstieM, pa.*, Fbruckcd for yean, perhaps, wnboni ssaS. Finds w the BITTERS all be asks or needt, and uvea to smile at doctont'acd then creed*. OFEBATI6x OH THE BOTfELS. Be’axed, constricted, oc the seat of pais TBCee organs should not, for cne day, reasfz The eaa««e of each extreme you can expel— The Bitten tone and regulate eo well. EFFECT OK TBS DftBILITaJED. Tbe flaccid mnMies Htnuuws soon acqmn, The Crams palni flesh, the eye muni«a its firs. Etrccsth to the limbs, hope to the heart retarxr TUlstailand-cnacS Usecoavalescealspore*- BBOEBK CONSTITUTIOXa. The eonsntntioa tnod by pam or care, Or wild lodnlgeacti. la not ooat repair; This Tome, aa the'lieaitUb> dealt Qnicdn parched l-ertn. lu wasted p*wei' renetb. CHILLS ASD FETES. Damp, cold, expos ere to maianeufog,, Bang on of Ills s feaml calaioma; . BntXßtermlUants wbotao’er thelc kind. Soetettar*! Bitten scatter tc (he triad. BICE HEADACaa. This torment dire, that all eajoyment ha2a, * - Yields not to pungent scents or drastic pUU, *Xls Crom the, stomach that It takes Ss rts« Tone With the Bitters, and the anguish file. WANT OF APPITTIE. With out dee poises wan*. The Blood grows this and dullness clouds the hair Bot ttds BUxw sets ne system right, A Good XMcesUes waits an Astoedte.** tub Bfmna aftjb bicekszu. Ssfianstts; fever leaves Its vietnax low. And, onanisted. Health’s return is slow; Then the Bitters with weakened Nataretiu, For. la each drop yltaUtj’a conveyed. AS A GENERAL FEEVEN TITS. By night end day, on rtvsr, sea, *r land; In instant peril of disease we stand j Bat iu dread arrows buinlesa seem-to gUdi Past aU with this tavlgarant fortified.’ - IMPUTE WATER, *C. Rosn through tka world, through ereryclfcaatemsr-. flsre is the antidote ’gainst every change; * Water to?uro U tempers, and isnret Manto allliirda2i?i in all tcmpemcm. SEA SICKKESa. Wbo bv not felt bow feebly words essay Tbs qoatmi one feels on shipboard to portray ? Urcad them do more dely old Neptune’s pevt.. The Bitters core the nausea In an boor. AN UNADULTERATED TONIC. Of all the Uqsors borne across tbe sea Not one—mark that—from aend poison's fro*. These Bitters stand *mld stimulants aloe a. To veriest to Irritate, though prompt to tooe. A MILD APERIENT. Remember, too, aperient root and berb Are blent with these that relaxation curb In this rare mixture; pve this Diet due wtirtl That waUc tba Bitters tone, they rceulate. A OEKTLa JotBBCiIVH. If cn tbe stomach fbod to add tnnu. And pungent gas the innermembnae bunii- Tbls grand corrective soon removes the ban. And from tbe heartburn frees & ABATE AND QESTIE AXODTS3. Wbynotwllballtbeoplalestispeßse. : That shakes tbe nervm and paralyze the sente, When these rare Bitten sootbe-botb mind and free* Inittlns belh to yield to slumber's dabs? THS ,WORLD'S OPINION. Tonchiag tbe BITTERS this grand fact is clear l Their Ouse flßs aU tbe Western Hemisphere, Known tn an lands, washed by Us oceans twain, fiaaunr. Bon asm Yiqox followtn their train. AVOID COUNTERFEITS. EOSTKTTER'S BITTERS the cannon Hats Of all things good. Impostors imitate. Of these beware. Discreetly use yonr eyes. From honest houses purchase yemr supplies. caution: THE GOVERNMENT INDORSEMENT. la order to guard against dangerous impositions, tbt pubbeare requested to take'ospedal note of the bets 'tifolly engraved proprietory stamp, through which tat Government of the United States officially authat eatesfevery bottle of HOSTfiTTER'S BITTERS. HuT shield, thrown by ttae Government over the proprietor and the public fbr their Joint protection, la placed con spicuously across the cork *bd over the neck of cock , bottle, and cannot .fan to strike the fye of thc-mor casual observer, nothing (bat pnrporta to be fio< TETTKS’B uxl i'hKS can be genuine unices thestam# la there. ... , It Is also proper to state that the BITTBBa are sole exclusively in glass,and never under any drcranatance by the pallcn ortho barrel. Impostors and mutators are abroad, and the only safeguard bavt against them Is to tee that the Otters they buy bear the engraved label and note of band of if Mars. Boa tetter £ Smith, and ths stamp above mentioned. FBEPABBD AJTU SOLD ST HOSTETTER & SMITH PITTSBURG, PA. FOB «AT-g BY DRUGGISTS, GROCERS & STOREKEEPERS Throuorhout the World. fcuiiatuunm. *,IU CONSTJTUTSnw PREPARED BT Witt. BL 6S2GG. TO. J». Graduate college ot ranuuaa -a* sarceocu, », Cormeris Aarmact Pbyjtci** B**tawsu*» liup? Hospital*.!*** Ueaieai lacp**** *** *<** Stole Vblnawer O*pota- «w*v Ur • issor Bdwta B.Mcrrw. Constitution Life Syraf HAS PRODDCRC A EETOLtmON IN MlSt f-IV S29A a«2ivJi*iiO»cUivi9,a~ « „ -HU tlth jrtc acUiitt.Txe bopeieuiy iccwatir f {n»qa*_tly enzeu u> e fe« din ot *<tu ug «. shaerAiUy uveatle&Uutu ot OieiJlmi wub »ni i-ilenuac to cures •which leva mr n«r«a«l «i -- orsssot day Uur oioatetae » pecuoat, oyus&t im j< ui < weeU (Snstuyreached,uetheeeuOl <ia»rsl«e iboee. «ao bav r »B(Trfjr4 100/ trm Mtsn» u / tr ittu«te diatwet.' Tao«e ebo haVu raialy tOQi&t rattaf trow aeo« ts;l msdlalnei, vbo cenootbe cured bv otbez ohrua?*^. Ire dTlted u su Mastltmn ut* Srrv OoruiA tas peas are •van *e aave euataadoo ver* e?3C eccooatend bv aov tteforaen. RAPIDITY OP CURfe, sosift lay, “ year cures are too quea.'* watweta doubtihdir prrfarmance. mod think thar dfteaeea As. only be surad bv the ** slov rscuoeratjva tr«p ' feturn." Tnu u dU tepif l [n nsatta.ua oody.tLce a veu-t*uu»«u tcau,. of Xtiuuibrtun., out whoa from in o*\* down ices one a'de oi tho scan*, wo ha*« tie eflar oi Wbarureea)sf«nis.torattor«tittcarT : btiicce of Ut* esaiA. CCHSTiTUTItm LIFE STUB*. a ponOVS *flC soteiuo ntmeay lor an niu W av iating L-om &s LutCfßic STvrfc OF tus |Uy>' tadlor aU fberedjtirr) DIBKABky *r*r;calttoo v-- PABBEY TO CHnjf. PARALYSIS- MI’.VTJTJOXA. ' XAUia paiatl?* riUITIII »eita«A. itiiMonsyerakUy aancrwa taaa ocDao(BC,o. Syrup la the only effective meant of reAoraacn • the various forma of raraLyaa, that wi need sc> ps. ttervtathatltll lS» 9rMt r-ivtt. -DYSPEPSIA. / mxasano*. wjetoar*T stomach, n.*iviJt2(ca. TOHPnrzTX-7.. SCROPtfL^ mrsuzx* nrauxsea, -* OLCXOATItm. Tblltsut (lIZIOITIIT nut KQHTItDi. UH( * with tmtald nuiery, Hb? ah %joiu -••dipaJ larjTFbie, ' * RHEUM &TISDR. l*>mms«] jatTßAxaz*. autne. vxc«TiaA. nc DovLcmcz'* u Gera ta any m «aiea td V LUe dyrap u a >OT«. «t*., UU la Uh«ai»nua t3L ■ cleared *flacßoi>. Toe most intease pale# tr* *- men tsstaotly allevtatod—eporxotr iwelhscc axs *- dnead. Caaeo. chronic or vioarlpot, r*c- Kindicc.hava tee a rujd hv or* NERVoorSiJESfe. nbTutra sawinirr. noaa □» fow«a. lEimun amarwa. eoarcaioa o* twrowr^ *T. TTTTJ*’D*I»Cj. Tbomanu* «lo n»to siutereo tor #m.i tn* day on which they read theca Uaes. Partieua.L to week TUlertsi teuu will thi» weditloa XT an Inesth&aMs blennu—cireetlEt tbowp • a Hope wtlck this it vremiw^ Mercurial Disease BAiirrAgoa. ■ sbitiie <J* •a*a coMFLaxsoa, *ja*a m b«sm. mine 0* waamnaa, otr»*eH cp .>p p^as. COSeTITOTIO** hilft dx aOb>puiau 4Ao syitor cncraly from al) the «svU effects at 4 BkCOBt ~ movlnc tea Bad Breath, and caring the Wa«k and Baenmatte Paint which -hs ara zf CaJcaaf t caret Via Tana aa flraji? a? erxr ~ Constiurion Life Synf Bradicatei, root and oraseu aC Krapttye TTransnr - toeSida.Uke UICEUS, PiatPtES, iIOSOHa? IILCMTM iIISIiWBS Olds Sou, inn**,. k-oniti, jc„sj;Mnt. or flial?, no rsKsd r be* *?ir ptrric ra scua.; MOTn TATCat** ajwx She istaafe’&ce ap. v na diseased autto* u t the Liver, are very oastie ant to tbs yeunr wife and mother, a r«» eotuo s uoaadtntlsn- Ufa tjnj will correct the tea'dzn and nr-ovstka-daDevts wkte* if i)r*n]« skin. • In DUeasiw . i Ut Aim, *mai rj t toWuaa* Dlzalnes*. Indigestion. Weak Bu>oa«h, nr so ulcera ted or cancerous condiann eftoeofrsa.tcC'uiDeaifcr wttObnmlnk crotlier anpleaefiat tTcrxcsu. *inr rejißTgd bp tbs n»e nf sysup, , As a general Blood-Fnxtfyinj Ageai. the Life Syrap stands nnnva Jed i 5 any preparation in thn World Clseases ot tbe Bpin«, as eicauy daveiopea xZ i&* yocsg. Hip Zlse»s«, Ifeuralcia. and all nervosa saamindladles wno ua saifsrtna Horn Diseases U* wblca they are at a loss to know wbatto no. we wosie advise tbs use cf CONSTITUTION £ will reture tb«lrpaUldccsnteaaafia.itra-fftbeatb*B weak back, aid aids, die them sew oners*, urwaa sndbapplnatt. XHE FOOK Are liable to tbo same disease*. Nature and Hcmslw has made tbe Constitution Life Byruo forths boa** oftwL PUBIS BLOOD Produces healthy men ana wotneu; ana u tbe «w tutloc Is neglected in youib, disease and daw is tbe result. Do not delay whan the means us pi near at sand, and within tbe reach of aU. JBoihaia sad Iferrisd Ladisa. tUsfleoro thjo'urt^'d^ epoaipMce o*f C 3 C m 7 “ fti ' often -jinkm? theo^a •* tbscMlrea «d tb«r «eo<£ chieos 'n ; fOSIStITUTIOI LIFE SFKC^ Cares e& of thn Ql^ £•£££?**** tXbcx i- ** k4tt.ua *- ffe?lis£S^HWas»s^ r »« l i*a» la aatScma m?* «heir i>rveuci.f La* w ß ?S me l)ucaaniuv 3orvs, uniua 'Usflvtre soemS SI SS.I?? I .*™ 001 ? 03 01 Coauxuuk StSiti to twujv? yean of m Toon* chJtfraa «« subjecttc Discbsrses trace the upon • dcrofnlcui ocssatuas*. rbeul Mseaim^ e WS^.^ kla * ‘ t:w tlOM * ot 518 &IS. ' hifttl # ?S ,^ 0 .M« perßoa9 aoflteltc frrn nt»L v* .yyapeesi* *»U Dropsy oi »> • B ' l *® *hs taaui*. repay of rt: 2J22« « »««, ktnenßv wocnpsnied witt v fiauzmatlOß and Umetatloo of tbs Uteiun. *re n«nj i. aently cured b» Centotusoa Life Struß^Tba SS."iS 0 'J T ' M «««, s,°rS?Sf JSSS'hSSSI ,t»t,IX>n.wa wSmtSttfls n®?*.? •JS’ff-.S KKrfl « “™ apllepcc nm.Sympathetic or Urjaaio - tbe Heart, as palpuatfon, ihseaaa cf the VtwSf^f duclnkasrailna or aim* sound. Dropay oftb?feS: Cma and SB the aaoctlsn* of ibis Important erm (persons tufTezlnw from any acute nain tn th* ..pS UfeSpS? ’™* *»«•"Ml»Sfa» Cnnr.'tSSS Mi Delicti ConsmirasM, enffertag from inmeposition to Axeman Memory, Vorebodfrus, Horror of ® trcmine*. Want of Sleep. BattemeS Pale Lounienauce, and Lassitude of tbs MusciapfiS^S' ** " coMsirrortpl^ JOE ALL FORMS OF It Is the tafMt and most effectual medicine aver ** covered for purifying no system. and relleruiziea suffering attendant upon childbirth. ItmearthS both the mother and child, prevents pain and and increases and enriches the food—those «hohm used It think it indispensable- It Is WftUf useful a«& before and after eendaezoant* as it pro rents maSS attendant upon chlWhirU. Uf« Sjtfjf I IS THB POCR MAN'S FRIEND AMS THE RICt MAN’S BLEBSINB I Try It, Taka It, aad ba Cored, n is EKVEsaUi n its etfects. WM. K GEEGG M. L BQLB FBOPBOTOB, SlTf TOHS-LABOSATOIS 9BOOELTH. L. 1. Prlet, II fettta ; Six fettles fer IS, arSeatbySzpreatceapimet uuNota; ■•■ sin * iunr, WkoMs PnaM.Aktttf.M C^M,MVTCS Wboleeeie ty_J. H. UKKI> • it *ull>b, Cras, g.uirtH, Miuuae YAI aSBSf* “ “*• T*- SteSSiSSS? tura* hxuocaaaaa. nan bsbatx. xiit*> *vu. mfiriuz

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