Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 10, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 10, 1864 Page 3
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gptcial Notices. t£X4H2. 9c* H. js Cd/s tOuiKtt Watßß. oe*ti** Water &cu neon tj»s hiuyt, Ajttka, JMS - iIfIMIITJ I'Mirtm Ol.Alinm.AW QfirtK. TM iao*«** »taict hu »UeD()e>l U« wa»o« mi» r»m ♦dj u> »nr*w practice ese the 6jccr*ewn.t of med onl tuifcorUv, enable oi to rtemnssna it tc the pr** tltte&cr wn the poniie. feeiuu; cooeoeot cbm with t fiir Bit! it wl!) iti 0*1) Jf Ctrntttf Oiseuet *rjrlj tn<i>c»te lodine, «n* m iczorriA, bEi»;.ccms, aei* i.umriovs. wTvai anGßjnßw Diennwe, ‘•Biivnni* 4r f ***’v* n s** f*c~ALoiA, RaBT7*ATW*. mature, WTHHOi, At. rtjxiciHM k») reiy upon I re ornfonn atrenctfc 04 (£dlne v eter »■ contklmne itorte qn*ncr j ruin* fobs ■.Odice U CMC Stud OQUCC rv~* *v»«T ense ness. It uoot iwn'v to flecomp»wisu n aor }pori*.neucEl> forced oetitei in Via 'odirs ppr rr-gTviir«3 oy crxcbinattcß with nu mereoiett. u "» *oloool* eepenar to jly ottft. o' #>b*wtio» mil Pjrßetmsr •renmp'ny each fettle thrt Hrnay X «*<* *r * *-jllv rced'rlru- M we.* M bF Uc prefo Con. Price oc« So’Ut rer wtt.c,. On rvMipt of ate Aoi* art, fix aouicv delivered FuKK o> oxnrcM (• any &auruM. jGe»iu« ot Ccuut**'if»w «nu lantstiohi which an. j uhhou t-ur ji.-csw nnfl trtd(i&ark(th»o**et / tor* Ui(- viv'irtW.mmt) noon the U.beli ini o* t*eb br.iUe.wjUiont which ntna Is •canine _ C\rcci*n KTtr.« I'R. 8. AKDFRB A CQ- I Dyt'.ii’iii »nd Brou*way, H.T. *ror hr 1511*>8 * -BU.HS'.ia L*ke*U,CUcaro. rrTa%»*-t» ferrous Debility* Pemlral r «nrß* f itc. can *ie C’lred by one who con rt btnte i »*n" nueeredaor oib>n,%n( wn; te) y. a nothing hot uo 'to'si Addr*u wits EuWAItD H. TU*VGU, 6CtM](' e £ 5t LuCt BOS, BcniOD, Moss. JJS THBTEAK 1845, MATH ewb t*»t preened tbe VENETIAN BAIR DYB. BsarcthattUoe itfibs neeauied ty thousand*, and in rot aUBCf-hnil’ inied to inre entire ittu action. rLfcVrxtfiß 7>r» t*tb: ccep-*unthe world. Ita price U only Bilj csot*, and a*ch Pottle conuioa toab.e ibe quintay cf e>« in ttote oan*lli aold for one do>* Itr. The V tie* lan Dye 1» warranted not to itjore tbo Lair or the tcalpintheeitffßtce: denxo. TheVeae* Uan Pic works wtts rapidity o-.c cerumly, tte httr . rcqalrlir no preptroden eba’cver. The Venetian Etc produces any etade that mey he ditlred—cne Üblwin cit lade, crock, (icrntj or wash oni—one that le permanent ai the beiriti It. Percale by all Price AT y ccn*.f A. T. MATHEWS, Gen cral AyeLt, No. is Go’s sne&c. '>ewTcrt. A’eo, nanefae’a' er cf Meier*V A-ntca OalrQlou,the best talrdrrt>slnr mate. lo in/ebottles, price fifty c*. j auS-oSX am tp niAsa u Special IXotlce. trriif t'TJ D'clb oLOtt AS.• OOivLINQ FLUID i* its feral t»ir d la toe wor.'tt. Jtlaoirua htuuuifli pom to Hit ikir, kept u m curl, promotes :m »roinb. *.r. Price, ?c a turtle. xa*nii» oia - * - lni u « *ure ana yieady cure w Tttw*. S>.-t Uhruie. O' epped Hones, Kcb #•«*.. Prlr#,V « b>*. CfHiV'i* ou -a Mem i&emsst yi> lcot ponsyema nr as'twm in tea cai*:ut:t f sod effects k tscptiv c. n> IM***, 13 i p-»ck-pp o f, *.a.a»'A »ahl**.fk removee PfecklLe,TeD.?vc>nrQ, Empire oi xh? fece.S ue sue Reae-ifle* tae C«:oplezlja. trice, at cce'v e bo'-tlt. _ . i)B. l* po»r»K*» L fB SLiXia. tbe crest Ker ne® sort Bno-.oifcVte ec-fj, r«-or#i to mssly fleer nil wfco ore •aaarti g from Ixu«ired t»fls*4 Barrty. Ferv.*u» u*t> my. amine trotc whatever cuh. Prt e ijap.ckiur*. 188 JaPaKiSK uslß PTAIN colon tbe Whls- Bers ms von*tarbea njitk or b'ewz. it conristi of ooij o r -e oreL,nt»noa Co or win net lads or w»»* cot. «)c vSO Ctrt* R liOX. Bold »,y s. C CPU a M.es <oa Ji Pictith street. PhD feddpLlt. and h* “It orre»»e r OiioaUr* sent tree. v LO» J> 4 SiIITP.VS • ace street. mbSt-b.n-IT-TrFAarv Areota rnrrniirmnx Pewle s PJennd <9umorCure. Oe e.rttle v«ir:«cte.t « f-ur ai «,*nre u> ail rood! a i*il «■*; o jh>i n p* k. l-f ,>ro«r, ScrofHlA, Salt Üben t, tnd .s><.ajr«ul the iklt. In caaa of (ollore ue prop'll-’’r r. u&. *'* nit tc re 'urutkeazety bjtU<a&«d fotr-mrl’forjc •rcala'id erwrnal o**u SEUrtlj Pr<-par»-<i o» ukmbt 1) Fowlb, k-(Uoi«', Tl rtlf.wi'rc t, hoitoD S‘l dealers «iut W4m>rtlt. Frt i*rniar. For taKlD'lClca.oby F.A. Colgate*! flouey 9oop, Thi«csi-b/Mro • '.tLPTin men nnlysrsa! dS’LLi C. tf> aikCr fri'Bi *hr clioirmt o»tert®lß, u mild ad (I e t-J l*i:i Id tu atk rurt. irat'nnili etrented, ant Srtrf*r-l» !*•«- U li It9HCMo» U!*oi rhr (tu. fer jale by & 1 Orae.liu wnd K»t/cy G«rod« Dealers. Dr. James Frrmctiy of J&ljU'iui oq Honia street, Kiw rlca.i, <k - .. 10. :n 'Esj,liow iiermn.wit' Jr loc-;;a at hr t’Aidoiou e:r*i>, • utcaro I‘Uao.s. £p> «i»U>t livlit-trintii tntof Olu Cubovic. Waccu- »nd a 1 k;nd» cf btoiin akovkik UltEAttS <KO <* SoWI-BrB.OF A < JrAOIOUS VKfIX BEAL (.BAVAOVXB, >CM .UhOOt fftcr iDC 10 Itrrocry, li'iuot. fo -*fceiT. Sj-'mis or *nr aoi<on, bni'wit a Nti-ißAt.uaa poainva cuss for au lictj «?> nun b ■ • r i. to i (Jbgamo v, iaknii-b, »n b si Srmma* Weaknoo, Foe bid* a d pm at -i Imm> , orongkt ua By atmte oi tie tyite-., ta'ly mct*crctioos, excess or en’atl&d berto ik>iW. c-upnr •,f memory, enn fDiloD.dipr«Mir&, fimn a* «bficfumumeiineaalty. wiid other d-plo ablatral* 1 rjmji ixa.l-owlodtaa radlcAllr cu-ea by a if*]! hV i*Tlnt u.uc» time arde'peiaa G.e-j, GoDor b a &,Btnetara, and all dl*» area i-f uliar to tP- siz-vt.o* a privatenatare. radieajb cured. Old d>ae». s*or tbe MOST Z02819L8 CLABB, Where tceM'OCbfra beenn- prodoclbc blotcbeaou the f%ce,aa »h w*te y O iaUj*. pains in the he.d am 1 oonra *<! er%l-d thro**, i oaa. limbs and bcdy.acrorala, together with an esolea. cumter of SUffMlDt t. Dr. James 1* recotnme-de - by tbe preta generally of ILe loath, tua meaical Ucais). and proie.tora of medlr-al collet ei, »15- Fhoai amictrd aauoid apply tmn.M l».«'y, Rttd be cotv.- oft oac oombia dl^ase*. lirsio.ebr. . Ur. Jainta’Omc* aed Parlors are at B8 Basdoipb. brtw-er fi'ste and Deßrnors street!. DQJce cpra from lA.lt ootll£ p. m. • ‘uaralurioca cosfedenuaL aazt-pasfcisas Dr, Bigelow, Confidential Phyaitla:, <fOim-ri» o ft,Locls.MoO CRD be c, DinUtd at ms <7l .-of tj curt rrset, earLeroiMcnr e,«!ii<:u«.u 111., tiala Oi'.ctfro t the Fo*t Office, on nl Caronio Oue*aes, ana Diaaaaea of a prlVßii ado d«‘.loa-a tn bith .tier, wnUh he trea'a with nut ar*jle ifl eacerei Roost icparate, wDfrt Lvoi*;b*nd *»-. u-ms-ict eoaamtihe Joe or with ;hi ttnc'eD pnvact. OQI ‘-ts houii f'0«l 6A. U. lot P M.; Bcf'orj! 11. to 2 OomJDD^CßtlCni ©otfldftfiu. Coimi latictefre*. A'dr-uPO Rot Ist Enrka'tu-'»»Riipiß*d c to Wealth. Fronsth Doctor's lo**/ ev pen* cor In b.oipttii aid privatepracti.e t«l«uiikt r-'rioim and vUipuar* aniec, pertret cur*» ror -.'i Hirome ’»i-e*a-* in their moil ft»-re nod codjullc -tec rtasea. In a TV'S ihort time. »libt ot t-e u*e ot w-Nrury. Youre v «n teff neg from till abuse ere Invited tu can Arm (■:■ trr »*«rr»tji*d F*raa.eirreKnlan* tier nt*f» dan - on .a ot p»nM»ui havibg t*by obfeirut-ilvbs to mvrnatie. snooM call at once erd bt- cnrtd. Bee: of cl»y rtfcrencui at to Kbiuir and tucctaa- ba;s-ptZ2.Sii eIjMAH. w'RA'JL.TY, OR PHY sionoGicAt, RkSEAKCura. «&?aid be read 3y ©vtryoodf. At trt»rs o&. aud auowi bcw.tae evil rttziu aru'.nr froT m-it cou* rtari-.Rriot b» fObve-fU, wt*b a »n*e ttßihodct Uspcli: - ;* th- a .-*• y erpcT.«*nce Ib entex. -C trr En-ilßrf Vnd by B, a. sa.snow, jiif Blw«t«r Btifw.t, w«» Vera. Price. 25 centt every»■-'■•*»» *o be *<s! «Iso ol H. {too* /m, Rstaoi * sW-ft.Chlcaeo.m ; sl»o.of UfeO- A CO FU 4 -*-, ♦•cr-ie- r**i" “H'btncjpj cvf,ht», **>ona. n; ArW-*vjo 13colfl anir Shoes. 1864 —>' ALL TH.ABE—IB 64 B&VSON & BARTLETT, 30 Ixko Bireat, Chicago, 111., S6W Offer for ealt ONE O* THE LARGEST STOCKS OF EOO TB AlffO SHOES - E\*r Irouftt to lUlr market. Tu three tiini-i of bi/bnricei rebe'terf tbit T*** REFT fcno 8 *bk: TuK and hsvs r lecjtfl cu Fill ttock «*neca! reicrcac* to ihle f-c*. Perllcniar MADE U(H»TS. whirh cajt aot Ha xxoaLUVn. EXTMA bIZES A Si’ECIAkJTIT, ia A« I» SHOBS. REMOVAL EALL, SOU'fHWIGE & GO, BDCCEKJOES TO OE6IEDICT KAIL & CO., Bare removed to Ros, 334 & SSS Broadway. FIRST DOOR ABOVE WflU* 2CJEEW YORK. VTc have greatly enlarged oar mactuacturliik depart* Dent, ana now hsvs cotetaniiy on hand a very Art's oe» of Cie tewed work c i oar own a.*iitnactare. to which %t tovifs me attisrloc of Western m*rchbßtt> rfb utoLt bli »ns l*u*i nlyes oi tien*», Boys* nnd ycntLsM.tojf Sew c iicom. ’-•Ia<or«)«, CoorreMGalfc* an tod BccUe thee* w*D u LeAjsr'. Mlitet'asd CuildteuV tLoLncco. Kj arc L<ilisz work— all ratr.Wne and the Terr beetonaUivc'koofiir^ lyUfcPfllKni (CijaniilccsV O.ILBERT EUBBARD & CO. SHIP CHANDLERS, Dealers in TWHCEff. ANDCORDAGE. 205 & 207 Eoath Water Street Cornu cf Wells, CHICAGO. We have stall times the largest and best assort taentlnUie weitoi MAKILB AND TaUKKD ROPE, DXTCGING HOPES BAGS. BAtoGIflO CaNVAB.OI.EUM. TAB, PITCH. CHAINS, ANO rACKLB BLOCKS COAL TAB, BCOITBO PITCH AND FJSLTHTG COTTOE, FLAX AHB HEKP TVIHII. Tcota, Awninc*, Wagon Coven* EeßinentAl rolors, fltaidordj, Quidont, rtag., to., to Order, ftobarlvS jrtomartijßittcra Greenbacks are Good BUT Eoback’s are Better. ROBUCK’S BITTERS. 0005fsr a’J derooFMncnt of the SiomacL. BiiioasoM. liver Complaint and General Debility. KOBACK'b bitters. pbeycec»^>«'the won4»rfni tonic profortles Hvlzz tone to the ana directive orgauo. ROBACK’S fitters. TTctiiltated Ud-'JR tLI kt'dcntary ptrecn* will find 18 them ae cxcc:lent v-mc. ROBACK’S bitters, a wluwlars fun befera etch i» : eai vIU remove Inil* gestlonandail Llvudi»cuca. C. w.BOBACK. compounder or stomach Bitters, Blood Purifier and Blued Ptil*. diedLtx and manoiac. tcrer of Oatowba and awedteb Brandi t*,acti au kiud* of tfce finest Domeetlc Liquor* and **!ne£, vrtlck are sold, wholesale or in any awtrod qnanaty. is, 56r CO EEC 62 £ut lUrd StKfS, CTHCIEEATI, - - - - - OHIO, gar For tale by DrozcUts and dealers Is me Hem* eneraHythroagboat the country. rcccrco nKKOKBB MEDICINES. on CC careful ths column aorer* CC CC ttrementoftbeie ►•diclnoi Inano* CC tbcr r*rt of tin* paper, and Immo cc dtaiely vena for tbc S2 pare ram rvr pblet, cvlnr lnter«»loe and Taioa- ble ir> f ——* 4 *- % male CC jle information to DouTecxb*, OC OC or female. . . • • Vc cc It to enot Is a aealod cnrelope. cccrooccc free ofpoitage occcooo *“f^ aMERWIH * O o. a Liberty street, Sew Tore. sagloCHyitevtaVli 'San&ttui anir iaicljaitgc. 'p'lFT>* NATION Ai. BaNjL Oi* JS? Chicago. - - - - $300,000. iro, Lwsll« KUMt. U. S. Dl POSITORt & FISCAL AGENT. . ficßSCfctPilOSft BBCBIVBD FOB 7«30 Loan and 10*10 Oold Scar* ing Bonds. ISAAC » LOVSAKO. JOSIAH LQHDABD, *g;gp<e*&m rustler Pf»ei t eot. 'f'xi BECHANiCS’ NATIONAL BACK OP CI2T0&00. C iJPITAX.. *w* fittk bcvißi ecvbtand vita an the sr.'wiaoar aTtbe tbw. will on the fta of Jnly tnstttl.csaaea , c •atuiMiiß tti want'tß 1M i-akf-sUj Sariac feniak B eliding* J. TOCN«i v.’iMaON. ITttKetL jBEWjAMJfV P4o4,Vicfe-frert, CABIr F. JfijioE, Caohier. n«-. ... VHBABCI.T JirAbTTnrar,; Pmoa cy ifcanTAunn**,. 9mi cunaaKor. j *AeineroN, Jtte s». im.) «aaon:nu*. It hat made toapßest uk ih« tfcCai*oearAo vhtekao, s£t«« cat> <n SS?SS2? IR 1 tt "C*»swef ock »-■' **•* .cofxnitov aa* bera aaly crgatltfld enoer a?.c accsrcinj: to CM teqairexesU 01 tt«. Art 04 Coz>*rnu aa‘U>»« * An Act to prertee % Nauooa owttrcv- »*.ctirsd eye pledge at l u>« fifat-* berds, »kLd to pronda f--j (ht PKSi fc^®-fcE^ rwleottio; tber-rf. 1 * »»crovec /ace ••list, anr hue cjtcplite •'l’t aU -c« »r vsi’ccco! laid Act tob* coranhae witr before eon* tnenctaz the wnheese cfj<«nkior b a-r iu*d ecu vam tfcerefcre. 1. iHTGs; I'ccouly»C W , Coup* voucr of the < fl** ctirt ibai Tee Wr-cLaaiei* National bank of QU*aro, tn the 0I«? of Oilckft, u tht Convey o 'c't ae<- A-iu •* DdorHa, MBOt'orueC tocciroetice the *rr«iß«tio! SeiUtor under the Act afo" , s»i<u , . in toe.liapnT whereof, •*Ttn«« rry naod {(•an. {and tefl of twenty H*%t d»y <tf l *-~ ! .lnne,iE«. iIDOE wctlifLLO&a, jy(-taS7S-Sm ComctroUor of tbe Currency. J7IKST NATIONAL BAtfK S. OK CHICAGO, fioati-Wert ccrnrt lake and Clark-***- RAJ?ir*x» pM4 m. ■ > • B. aIKKN. Prevident. ’ _ . „ SAfcL.M.NICKKKSC*, Vloe*Preat. *. X. Sunno, caiblsr. wtwmwwnwoMw*——w—aw lEbucatUmal. Tt/ITIS GTJAtIs.M’3 S2LECT iu SCUOOLroS YOUNG LADIES. Ctr. Michigan «tc. sad Twelfth street* F*ll Term will od*d MONDAY, Sep;. am, IBM. an»3pl.VT-iAS*TUtIi CT. LO*‘IS MfiUiCAL COL* O I.EGB.— The SecularLec.urestltliiilnttisntioa wlUcomnrncr, *s mnai on TUESDAY, KOVEM.BKR t!d* There will he aomiaifenryexuse IB Ocooer. Fen let tbe wbcle cocrvt, (p»id la *cranee) icftlaamt malneaia too »' a dUßtcuo*. aaionnt to Slid. For {a rihtr ißlomudon or oircula-, ar»«re*« CHARLES A. POPE. Ddsa. auSi qt! <t vuw vfcu.tn* rriHE MISSES STEVENS A jonay Ladln and Miner Scbpol. 03 TIB BOD aTCMJU. The Fell term oi thi* school will conmeace si MONDAY, the iPh l««t, A tew small bars fro flva to twetva ate roceivta. as 3 qasy-iwts r? STATUTE BUS ioUXGr LA DIEfI. North El'o. MRS. OTACKEKBOS Is forming a rcbool os tbe North Side tor younc la dles, with the ucn»l cepwtxtnts, Primary, lu'erme diete and Confute, id which mi lh- braocßaj of Eccllih alsca'lon are tDoronihly vaoebt, with toe Lax.XFt/«a, Koalc ana Dxafttcx- For terms and ctr talar apply to 380 Chicago Avenue, Bear no*b street. utS qSJI-2itlb A CAEEMT LAKE VOBEST* J±, ILLINOIS, Xttiles north cl rhicipc, on tte C 1U.8.R. The Fan t*tta and Ctb year oi tbu A.ta-Jemjwlil com- Bence cn Thorada;, Kept, 6th. FsnrciPJX/—JamF« MOLDING, k. a. AasisTaVT—7. e Bl.NO.fi, A Circa&rs cirmc lull carticn.%ra «dl! b* sent on a«- fbcanonioß. v».. fcymcLd.pTtiiiJentt Her B, *vex>cQ.l>. D. »n. Broes, Hoc. u. w.TaomntoQ Col millet of JL*inictio»; orFct&r Fare, bec'eiary Board of Trnrto-*.<ihic**A. Jfsrm Jlnntts. QEOICE SEUIT FARM port satjb. A choice Fruit Farm for *%!«. wiibis W rod* of Cob dcnDepat, I.C lt.lt. Btai trait , loirlae re»i®« io tkiWcau iSiAcref.AUoidtrfeiCf.c nalalaccvtr 4/00 trait trere. a tar.e propomes beanoit ofibe cbolceat Ttnttita adapted t; laeallty. and command tbe bubrst orlev! la Cbtsaeo 'n«'k« M * arple, yrUoda’di.cbeitira qaiu- Crt,aoilc».ti aodpiamtr>e« viDeyArd-r« t o<eeata»ba Acre* Lairtoi bt»c*lvrie«.l acrei raiohe-rt**, eacrraatruwbcmejiaod jfroo>en>r ÜB.carrana,tlu bbar,&c;crcdfo:laoa r>»sdi~mriyloe«ce'i: e'-vattta rao Itet above Lax* wich*R»n, oedrlnotloe csestir* roQpdiDk conntry, a >&-re, 0l« dwAUae. tvo »to net.vttb lb rcorat. cellar cirtaro, aed other cosve nlencet; barn, Mtedt, rllU, unan. b>ose, two do* cpilsxaof rasnin* water rear t>ai«Ucj',ciover loti, cohCm is a tfcrtTlnc nilara, with eood acboola churches, and word socltry. moa*J) orSonLeralaoh ilea. V cry ccalttay. Price* $14,000. Meetly cash. Title perfect. Inquire of T J EVANS, on• heprcwlfica,or su, EVANS,Fcru. minor*, M2*4*SS 1W ■yiNELAOT) L AKD A To all Wanting Farms, Lorce and thrivtrz veUletnnt, rslld aad b#alta r al climate,SOmilt! rent* cl Fatlaapjpbla by raUroad, rich ton ▼luck produces I tree crepe, which c»u row Vemnprowir-t. 1b .twenty or fl tv acta traeu, at Horn a?s toast per asr«4.psyab‘ewi*mn four yeatt. Good eururM openirgi torTanefactotltaandoibers. Chuichcatochools at a good tosiety. It It now tbe zno;t ImproTlnj Place East or Wen. EUSTTEFIII ABB SETT LING AKD BUILDIKQ The beauty vrltb which the place lx laid out Is ao ■arpaued. Lentnaußweroa. Faoercxtvltefatlta fora-aricn will hr so: t tre*. Adaro-t O-TaS k. Land IS, Vineland Fc-st once, cumbalaad, K»t Jexaei. Fsorrßxrouror *6tcwßoßnrfc'»x,AoatccnTrxii Suitor cf tex ixidtjxk. “It Uene o: the cost ext‘Drive farule tracts, la ea ahrc*t ißvel pofrl'ios. aid •cuaels cuDim-t »or pijOfiaat farclnc, that ve luowofttu fife cf me Welttaxtpisrie* ’* aua22-p42516t Eumftrr. LUMBER FIRM, ~W. SATCHELL EK & CO. t Wholtaole acd Retail Ueolerm Crocs Bay sed Saginaw Lumber, aingl» ZAth Tiatmr, Ficieu fits, Offlce osd Yard. n» Sooth Caast ttriet, bfctwii Adores and Jacfeon Bts M CUcaeo. CARS LOADED IfJ YABD: W. Batohrlixb. Bt*o* Kiq _ Formerly Psaraou & Batehfcller, ]yl9 n3Bl-Sfft tu TnAaa jatsccilancou.? jgISHOPRIC£ : a INFALLIBLE Balking Powder. n. EisnoPßiCK & co.. Would rffoertmllv Inform tholr pat-on*la Chlcoro RtdlrtbeKoithßCft,thu they ere now erept-ea to tarnish their B»Une Powder ti roues theirA a eats Messrs. IMOMPaOK. HILLINGS & ua, * * €9 MONROE STnEET, la any quantities and et all time*. "We •wouldalio itata tbit (mcLpiottenew lutictlieTnctloiooar mm uf»ctcryia>ew ro<k.th H tiheflrtt »e manufactured wi-asoc prop-rly (rrotmo, and coc«*-qni*t.tlT crlttT and did not r (re satisfaction- Teat evu i* n> w died and In future tvll itm ntnul an tor c eta dird. Anj one of cnr customera who msy h»»e antes hand that Sr not all right, will c:nieraf*vorn*re. tninlßK to UttSif. TDoMPFi’N, SjLLINGS A Oil. and exct&nre them That kina orr inend* for thrlr former patronage, we hope tor a continuance of the tame. Ih-sptctfullF, 167_q«« StwrAai. ii. BIaHCPr.ICE & CO. A TLAKTIC & SRSAa WSGa. ii. SBC SAIL WAV fmm Azxiifiixzra—Two mroork srcm Siam* bitwean Cleveland ASD sun TOHS. r&kei effect Hay 16. lio*. KBW YORK THBOJJfiE 2.1Z7Z. Vsava C/eveuma at fcaO*.x.* suq set arrivehaanuahurza..,. UAQ a. k, <• u Headvine »U, LICml m i^ea.K. " Gerry at ,E3f.x, * 2X a.il W lefiJamaßcaaU.,... MS ». St. ** " Sty York at lotis a. x. •* fcssv.u. BBTUKHIhS. uoavs Hew Toth aU TOO**.*. " arrive ClevSlaaft«c AM *.x. * 6*JB p.w. *SnaCanaceezteCL t&.tnrdyrs exceptea. H. F. IVIEtaKB. Ott i But, « V* S. GOOmiAW, eeacnl Ticket Axeaucievelasd, sno ayifrfifrea NIGHT SCAVENGER. CHABLkB KUNTZ will stteco to lee cieuunv el Vaults, Privies, the removal ot all Stable auenu« OQemlvt matter of all (U-scilptloiii. All work’ at. Msded to with promptneas aao dlipascb and at non* pSttful table FcelOaesßasitf. Ejbass stkn'cii. alphabets. L, ,«*!!• 1a wktcalp & fo. in araeGT. Boston, mass. The omy manufacturer* in Use Celled states, of Brae Alphabet* and Kifruret, to asy zteat extent or in an* rarietr. Sold at wholesale at the Lowhi r..» PriCXa. Alao.thftßEST OF IKPLLISLRBTBBCa IbK, txbt uEßix. Stencil Die* and all kinds « Stencn block. Inoctrlai or «V T I FOSTER, wholesale X and retatl dealer In Green Ear, 6:. Clair and Earn aw Lcu.bcr. Shloclea us Lata. Also gash. Loom and Elmra. Dooraod Wlncutr Frames, AcZ Grove *f ect foot of Seventeenth street, Chicago, DU N.B.—Eavlnr railroad track In tba yard, facilities fer ehirri>-p ursurpassed. Peat uillce BozSrU. anis-pas-im 'W’OIICE— To Packers ard otbera i-* whom It may coopers. At the last elertlcnhell Icthetowz, ci Li>k£.theComadsalOß6rsofHl|;bvsvs were antborizpa to prcpecnleall te’sous Cenominz v lF’ c ' ,r "rid ana we hereby dvo notice we taaii proeeeme all yeieoc* eomiutUos the ofleice. J. L <»BBtER. 6AMTJFL SbBS9. „ THUS. D ALT, t.v.. c. n . a^v . , .CcnanlJiloterß of High wav a _LaKe,_Beptenhe£ i, ia»i. sea^aci-Otu 850,000 hoao • Jts ' K ' e! 7 .oill !!IVMI ?C° nu 01,0,1 ,* Itv, rni Ip ac» tnasM unjaaV fenny swki W %J° clerks wanted Li»i» «d % * 3 Canvaisicg Broadvay.Niw Tori;. * Kis trf*ctarrj; 11C ——— eej-qs?! Iwl* gAT 7 if ILL ALT) PIXE LAND B'or Sale. co d lire a poitiVn cut J» *-hit "t! [mt wicur-1* enttmc tween-fivV tSlalne ii? ttfflvo bour*.Jw lorV i D , We pQMauuvtt the bMHwcbt ana The b (nine -The centmotd m htaut scire tamer ft the rcaeea we?T« it for Sft - Favorable terms are offered Ad-ree* lor fc4ls LGSCUMBd A PI BUCK, kUwaakse. vTlsi tnflplKia. •pjOTICE-Wm. W. Boyibgtcn, removed bl* cfllce to Kinr’a Bt *>ios n and Druborn «t»ee ■ ? m fl9or «f office*. Bntranc* PS Wuk! Ingtcn itr&eu eepK>a-lw rumnr iunua SCALES l/M .* ■ . OF ALbIUOB, inkteta.amiauia Cl)imgo Eribnnt Saturday, September id, isdi.' Hon 8. W, ITTouUod’s Appointments. Candidate lor Consrca» «fLsri;e« 7 Havatina, Mason Co Bept.Uk Beard-town, Cave Co **.*!.*Sapt. IB Pekin, Tazewell Co g e p t 17 Bloumingloo, UcLeat Co .’.V~!*!sep;. 19 _ (A., evening meeting.) - EiPaeo, Woodford Co Sept. SI WeeL-intton.Tezeweil C0...*.’ !**!Sept.tS -Hon S. M. Cdllom will speak at etch of Ibc ntoye meetings. Saturday, Sept. 21 Lacoti Mouday, Sept, 2C Hennepin Tuesday, Sopu 27 Hok. E. C. Incebsoll will speak at the )att* r places. ,ean 0,000. Otvowa Wedneediy.Scpt. 23 ilfTtls ~/.... Thursday, Sept 29 JotJd Frioay, 84pt. uO Yorkvll-r, DeKalb Co OcL 1 Hon. AV. T. Hophins, cindidateforElector will speak at these meetings. W<nota ....Monday. OcU 8 'With E. C. Isgeesoll and Jesse Ltkch. Elfin. Monday, Oct. 10 Mrucueo, Tuesday, Oct. II Bflncere Weclue»‘d«jl OcC I' 2 BocM'orU.. Tuiirsda/* OcL 13 IVitlilloK. Ansels. 3lm.cn, candidate lor Ekctcr. nafeM Sleeting; In Sontbcrn Illinois, Hen. William Bros*, candidate lor Lieut* iiovcrnor, and lion. D. L, Foillips, IT. S. Marshall for the District of Southern < lUl tcle, util s-ptak at Union mass meetings at the following places, at 2 p. m.: Mattoon, Coles county Monday, Sept. 12 Pan?, liGirar Co To-, bo ay. Sept 18 Fane. Christian Connty Wednesday, Sept. 14 Vasina la, Faiette County, .Thursday, Sepu is Grernrhie, Bond Co Friday, Sept 18 Carlisle, Clinton C 0.... ‘ Siturday, Sept. 17 Lawrcuceriile. Lawrence Sept 19 Mt. Carmel. Wabaeh Co Tnesrtay, Sep:. 23 Falrfieid. WarneCo....' Wednesday, Sept. 91 Mt Vernot, Jtffcixin Co Timrmi-y, S«pt. 22 Bcxitcn. Frank'fn Co Friday Sept 23 AlcLeauslioro, Hamilton Co.....Saturday, Sopt.2l CanuL White Co Mono ay. Sept. 20 Ilfliriibnn.h Saline Co Wednetuia/, Sopt. 23 Manon, Williaraeon Co Thursday, Sept. 29 Vienna, Jonneon Co Frida?, Sept. ’-0 Joucttoro, Union Co ... ...... Sat nrda?, Oct. 1 .CcrDoidftlo, Jackeou Co Monday, Oct. 3 Frank Lombard, thedlfitingntehed vocalist, will be present at ail thise meetings and sing several cf his inimitable campaign songs. Union newspapers In all the towns and counties above named are respectfully re quested to copy tbe appointments and notice the meetings editorially. Tbe friends of the Union where the meetings are to beheld will pletse provide the place for speaking, and make til the necessary preliminary arrange meats. They ore also requested to engage a conveyance for the speakers to tbenezt place of meeting, where they arc not on tbe line of seme railroad. By order of the Union State Central Com mittee. T. J. Tubnrb, Chairman. Jas. P. Root, Secretary. Blus neeUop—Gen. Gen Ogleabv will speak as follows: Knorcotnty Tuesday, Sept. 20. LenlrtoD, Fnltot connty, ... Wednesday, Sept 21. Macomb, WcDnnuiuib connty.... Friday, Sept 21. Quincy. Adams county Saturday, Sept, 24. Rttbfleid, Pike coanry .Monday, Sept. 26. Carrollon. OrcsnconßH Wedne-riay. Sept 2?. Edwarflevillc, M>.diron county....Friday, S*;pt, 20. DeDvllle, Su Clair boonty Saturday. Oct, l. Gen. Farnsworth and Wm. Bross, candi date for Lieutenant Governor, will speak with pen. Ogl* shy at Woodstock, and Mr. Broes will also speak wnh Gen. o<leaby at Dixon, Sterling and Morrison. Mass meetings will be held at each of the above places. The Ltunbards Trill be present to sing. Tates and 77m. Pitt Kellogg’s •Appointments. swif'ton, Folton Co Wednesday. Sept. 21. . iacotnb, McDonocb Co Friday, Sept. 23. lonmouth. Wamn Co Saturday, Sept. 24. '■qnawka, Henderson Co. Uunday, Septii. •Jedo, Mercer Co Tuesday, Sept, 27. ock Itland, Rock 1e land Co. .Wednesday, Sept. 23. 'dwarfisville, Madison Co Friday, S“pt 3U. Belivillc, St. Clair « o Saturday, Oct. 1 EOS. WM. 11. REWARD OS THE WAB AKD TUX ISSUES OF THE HOUR. Speech Delivered at Auburn, K, T,, September 3,1864, on the Oc casion of a Celebration of the Victories at Mo bile and Atlanta. . Mr. Seward addreesed a multitude of .peo ple in the City Park, at Auburn, N. Y, t oh tbe Sd instant,- tbe occasion being tbe cele bration of the recent victories by our army and navy. He said: Mt Dear Friends: It is so that I like to see j on come marching to the time ol nation al airs, under the folds ol the old national 11- g. 1 thank joa for this hospitable and patriotic welcome. It proves that though you deal rigorously with your public ser vants, exacting reasons lor their policy, en ergy in their conduct of affairs, and explica tions fur failures end disappointments la their administration, yet you are neverthe less ju«, because you willingly allow them to rrjoice with yoa, when yon have success : es, victories and triumphs to celebrate. The aewa tlmt brings us together is authentic, tA voice—Do you think U reliable?] - Yes. lere is a tdegra"! which 1 received this mirnieg from the Secretory oi War: “Van Dozer tepor s that Sbcraisn’g advanc* cn terrd Atlatta about noon to-cay, paxilcu’jra not jet received. Edwik H. stantok.” Three cheers were given for Atlmta, Kow this news comet In a good sbape. It is pleasant to hive a grand result at first, and it protracts the interest ol the thing, to have particulars coming-in afterwards ITeB yes, we am wait for the particulars.] * This victciy comes In the rluhl connec tion. It falls in with the echoes of tbe cap tuies of Forts Gaines and Morgan, which I undcrst-iLd to be toe particulars of Farm gut’s glorious naval battle in tbe Bay of Mobile, a'battle tquailed by no other In American history but the naval achievements ol the same veteran Admiral at New Orleans and Foil Hudson, and all these have no par allel in naval wai&re, but the battles of the Nile and Trafalgar. fA voice—l wish wo were all FurratUta.] Well, my friend, I know tbe Admiral well, and I confess that we all can’t be Fiiiraguis. Indeed, very few of us can. But we may take this comfort ourselves, that as a whole people we can ap pn elite the veterans, we con also appre ciate Sherman, who has performed the moat Eucctttfol and splendid march through a mouniainaus and hestile country recorded in modern hletory, and In do fog this wo show ourselves interior In virtue to no other nation. By the way, everybody admired Farragut’s hiroiem in cllmb*ngthe topmast to direct the battle. But there was another “ par icnlar” of that contest that no less for cibly illustrates his heroic cluracter. “Ad miral.” said one ol his officers, the night bc- Icre the battle, “ wen’t yon' consent to give Jsckagl.esoi grog In the morning—not enough to make nltu drunk, but lust enough to moke him fight cheerfully.” Well replied •the Admiral, Ihave been to sea considerable, and have tern a battle or two, but 1 never found that I wanted rum to enable raff to do my duty. I will order two cups of good cof lee, to each man, at 2 o’clock, and at 8 o’clock I will pipe all hands to breakfast In Mobile Boy. And he did give Jack thecoffee and Lhtn he Went up to the maethead and did ; The victory at Atlanta comes at the right I place. The n hellions district Is in the shape ( oi an egg.- It presents equal resistance oa ; Its whole surface. Hut if yon could break 1 the shell at either of the two ends, Richmond ! and Atlanta, the whole must crumble to pieces. While Sherman under Grant has been striking the Dir end, Mead* under Grant has been EUikinc jut as hard blows upon the leseer-end. The whole shell will now be easily crushed, for it Los grown brittle, with the exhaustion of vitality wuhin . * This glorious victory comes In good lime for another reason. Just cow ire are calling upon yon for three hundred thousand more volunteers, if you will —drafted men If we must, to end the war. You were getting a little tired cf long delays and, disappointed expectations. In Indiana a portion bf the people. Instigated bv rebel plotters at the Clilum House, In Canada, were Importing British revolvers In boxes which passed the Custom House, as stationery, under pretense cf arming to defend themselves, bat really to resist tne draft and bring the Government down to rmn, through a subordinate and auxiliary civil war. True, no arms have been • Imported here. Yet delegates went from among you, aud sat down in council at Chicago wltn-those Juliana conspirators, and agreed With them not only tool that importation of arms should be defend ed in the election canvass, but also to demand the cessation ot the war, upon the ground that success In restoring the Union Is unattainable. Already under the Influence of the cheering news from Atlanta, all this'discontent and this despondency have disappeared. We shall have no draft be cause the army is being reinforced at the rale of Cve to ten thousand per day by vol unteers. May I not and that this victory at Atlanta comes In good time as the victory In Mobile Bay, does to vindicate the wisdom ‘ and the energy of the war administration. I Famcut’s fleet did not make Itself, nor did ; he moke it. It was prepared by the Setfre- i t»iy oi the Navy, and he that shall record j the history of this war truthfully and -im- : partially, willjvrite that since the days of • I Carnet, no man has organized war with abil- ' ity equal to that ot Stanton. . | [ *ilui as auspicious as the occasion Js, It his ■ ■ ; nevertheless failed to bring out some whom . ‘we might have expected here. Whyarethey | not here to rejoice lu the victories that will! thrill the hearts of the Icvera of freedom • throughout the world. Alas, that it must be , contested. It is party spirit that holds them j aloof. All of them are partisans. Some are • Republicans, who cannot rejoice in the na- , tionul victories, because this war, for the life of the nation, is not In all respects conducted according to their own peculiar radical ideas ! snd thebnes. They want guaranties for swift, and uiiivmai, and complete cmandoaiion, orth*y , do cot want tbe ration eared. Others star a cay, j becaupc they want to be assured that in comluff ! oot of the revolutionary storm, the tUlp of state • will be found in exactly the s&me condition as 1 when (he tempest assailed It, or they do not want . the ship saved at all, as if anybody could give each ' Guaranties In the name of a people of thirty mil- 1 l:ons. Oiher? are Democrats. • hey received from j thilrfathrrMheaxlomtnatODly Democrats could ‘ tare the country, and they mast save it by Demo- | era tic formulas and combinations which the pro gress of theace has forever exploded. They cannot come up to celelrate achievement* which condemn J their narrow and hereditary blvotry. .1 Others ot both the BepnbUcrn and the Demo* I cratlcpaitles ere wining that the nation shad be ' saved, provided it Is done by some one or their I idolized chiefs, which' chief they mutually dc- Opleeby*a Ip* poiutuiL’nu. We accept the war in defense of the Unloo, The I only grievance ot the itiMtr.'cnts wa- that their j choice of John C. Brccsinrldge for President was , constitnttoimlly overrn ud in the election of Lln- I cola The; rejected Lincoln aud set np an near per. Tnc Executive power of the United btates is now, I thcreiure. br force practical!? suspended between I that usurper JeiTtrcun Davis ana that coas'iiu j lloDol President Abraham Lincoln. The wans j wsgtd byibo usurpcr.to expel that constitutional PxfMdcnt fn m tbe Capital, welch, in aome -or:, is i constantly htlo in siege, and to conquer tbe tjtataa ; which loyally nubere to him. Toe war (a main* { tauud on our aido'o suppress tbe nsurpe-, and to j bring the .neurccut States b*ck under thosuthori ■ lyofihe cuu-Uiuiuu,arrre6lccn', The war is at : its crlt-is. •It is cVar, therefore, that we aryfi'ht j inn to make Abraham Lincoln President of°the j whole Uuitvd Stales, under the elrctloaof 183>l to j continue to the 4tu «t March, 1835. In vptlug for : a Pres-iccnt of tbs United states, can wo wisely or lafdy vote out the idenncai person whom, with I force and arms, wc are SCguting into the Pre?i --j denryt INo. No.I You justy say, No. It i would be no.htng less than to give upi the very ob -1 Ject of tbo war at the ballot-box. Tbe moral strength, which makes oar loyal ' position so impregnable, wood soon pass nom u«, and when that moral strength has passt-d away, material forces arc no looser , effective, or even av.liable, By each a processing ; we •hall have agreed with the enemy, and shall I have given him the victory. Bat In rim agreement' ' the Constitution Sud tbe Union will have pen.bed, j became wuen it shall have once been proved that a mlmrity can, by force or circumvention, defeat j the fell accession of a conriUuiiimslly chosen Pre sident, no President thercatUir, though elected by ever eo large a majority, can hope to exercise tuo I Executive powers unopposed throughout tbs whole country One of two things mast follow that fatal error. a contest between your newly elected compromise President, and tbo same usurper, in which the usurper mast prevail, orelacacombinatlou between them,throoga which the usurper or Lis •accessor, sabvvrungyour Con stitution and Mibstituamr his own, wnl become President, King, or Emperor of tbe United bratea , without foreign a d If nec.n, with foreign inter vention if necessary. jThai’a so.} To 03 sore it is so: nothing is more certain than that either the United Slates and their Constitutional President, ;,.or*the f o-called Confederate States, and their | usurping President, mast rale within tho itmi»« of ; thle Republic, l: 1 there tore regard the pending Presidential elec . tiocas Involving the question whether hereriter i ; we thall have a Constitution and a country left us. Dow shall we vote, then, to save onr coautry trom this fearful danger? [VoteLlucomlaagam.- We : must vi te Lincoln in igsin, and ngbt him in at the : lime time. If we do this, tbe rebellion will per ish. and leave no root, if we do otherwise, we have only the alternative of acquiescence Iu a per i pciual usurpation, or of entering an endless auc • cession of civil and social wars. Upou these i grounds, cntlrt-lv lirespcctive of ptntform and can ■ oldaie, I consider tbe recamoiendit lons of the Con • vcnticn at Chicago, as tending to subvert tne Re . pnhic. . It will seem a hard thitg when I imply, that a ' party, tike the Democratic party, can c-Ihtrmedi ’ tale or blindly adopt measures to overthrow the i Republic. Al< experience, however, shows that it ; is not the malice or the maonese of great panics j that free States bare been biongnt down to oe- I strucilon. Yon often tear alarms that a party la ! power la subverting the State, and It ayaietnuei > happen* so But, nice times oat ot ten. It 1* a ! party out of power tba% In Its impatience or ils j ambition, overthrows a Republic. I The Democratic puny, ot course leaving off tho | ! Jotal Union the ilccuoe of ■ Abt&ham Lincoln, m ISou. In doing so they dirid j ed and organized in threecoJnmar—one, u ireison _ able column, ol Statu Rigo'a, disunion Democrats, ; under Brecktnnrge; a second, a loyal Northern { column, under Douglas: the 'bird, a conciliatory > Lying column, m.uer John Beil, who has since IJo ntd the Insurgents We thereupon invited tue , two loyal columns to combine with the Republican ; party 10 oppose tne disunion Democratic cuinmn. i They declined. On tbe eve of the election la 13iO, 1 I told thelolioweis of Douglas and of U«ll tbit J when the election should have clored. ther would find that they had Inadvertently :avored disunion ! and reneHion. They pcelsicd, and the attempted i revolution came. Disunion theu pre-en.ed itself j in ihe practical form of proven in* Abraham ; Lincoln from as-muing toe Executive au i thotity. Tens the Democratic parry pro j duu-c that calamity, the Southern Democrats | acting *rom de?ign, the Northern Democrats pas | rive through inadrertaoce. Tho disputed eacces ■ sion stilt remains unadjusted. A new election has I como on. Fur n ttou, tbe Northern Democrat witn notable exceptions, gave more or left liberal ruppert to the Government against tbe Domcratlc Insurgents ot the South. Out the same Democrat ic forces trbich figured la tbe election ot isfc), now appear In me political field with positions and pol icy unchanged since that time, os I ihink, except for the worse The Southern Democracy Is atlll in arms under the usurper at Richmond. Tae Douglas and Btll columns consolidated, are found at Chicago, and all three of tho parties are com peting tbe rejection ol the constitutional Presi dent of the United States. They agree not only 1 In that attempt, but they assign the same reason for it, namely, that Abraham Lincoln Is a tyrant. Thtv neree, also, that the real usurper at Rich mond is blameless ana pore, at least tbe Richmond Democracy alhrmit, an the Chicago Democracy co not caiceay it. To me, therefore, the Democ racy at Richmond ana tho Democracy at Chicago, like i aisor and Pompey. seem to retain all their otiglnat family resemblance. Thty are very ranch allke-espedally Pompey. But Ids not m mere i externals that their similarity Uos. They talk very much alike, as I have already shown yon. Ttfhtnjoa consider that among the Democrats at Chicago thelnoiana Democrat were present,'who have Imported arms to resist tbe national author ity and defeat the national laws, ana that all tbe : Democrats there nseumbled agreed to justify that proceeding, I thins you wM agree with me that ! the Richmond Democrats and the Chicago Demo -1 crats have lately c-meto act very mach alike. 1 shall now go further and prove to you that they not only hsveu common policy, and a common wayofdcfenclng it, but they have eyeuadoped tfcat pulley iu concert with each other. You know that when the ciblcaso Convention was approach ing in Jolv last, George Sanders, Clement U. Clay, one J.P, Holcomb appeared at the Clifton Uou«e on the Cat «da bank of the Niagara River, fully in verted with tbo confidence and acquainted with the purposes of Jefferson Davis and hla confede rates at Richmond. You know, also, that Chicago Democrats resorted there in considerable numbers to cooler with these emissaries of Jefferson Davis. Here is the froltof that conference, and no ono' can deny tho authenticity of my evidence. It is extracted from the Loudon Times, the common organ ot all ute enemies of tbe UnltcdStnes. The NewYoik correspondent of the London Times, writing from Niagara Falls under date of August Blh,saye: ** Clifton Hocre has become a centra of negotia tions’between the Northern friends of peace and Bontfcem Agents, which propose a withdrawal of differences from the arbitrament of the sword. The correspondent then goes on to explain tnat an effort is to be made to nominate a candidate lor the Presidency, on the platform of an armistice and a Convention ot State*, and to tnwart, by ail pj*. Bible means, the efforts of Mr. Li ncoln lor rc-dec tion.” Mark now, that on the Bth of Ansraet, ISBL Northern Democrats and Blchmond agents agree npon three things to be done at Chicago, Namely: Ist, A withdrawal oftha differences be tween the Government and the Insurgents from the arbitrament oftha sword. 2d, A nomination JorPresiocnt of the United States, on a platform of an armistice and ultimately a convention of the States. 3d, To thwart by all possible means the re-election of Abraham Lincoln. Such a conference, held in a neutral country be tween profeeaedloyal citizen* ol the United States and the agtntsof the Richmond traitors In arm* has a very suspicions look. Rot let that pass! Political elections must be tree, and therefore they Justly excuse many extravagancies. We have sow seen what the agents of Pompey and Cxaar agreed at Niagara that Fompev should do at Chicago Dcre Is what he actually did; Jtetolsed, That this Convention does explicitly declare, as the sense of the American people, th it, after four years of failure to restore the Colon by the experiment of war, during which, under the pretense ol a military necessity or wir power hlgn tr than the Cctttmuion, the Constitution It self ha* been disregarded iu ev»ry par:, and pahde liberty and private right alike trodden down, and the material prosperity ol the country essentially Impaired, justice, ha inanity, liberty and the public welfare demand that immediate efforts be made for a cessation of hostility-*, with a view to an old mateConvention 0/ ail tee States, or other peace able means 10 the end that at the earliest practical momentpcace may be restored on the basis of the Federal Union of the State**. The Democracy at Chicago did there just what had been agreed upon with the Richmond asent* at Niagara, namely: They pronounced foran aban donment of the military defense of the Union ecainst the Insurgents, with a view to an ultimate National ConTenilun, and the defeat cf the election cf Abraham Lincoln. That Is to ray, they propose to rject Abraham Lincoln from the Presidential cbalr at Washington on the 4th of March next, and at the same time leave the usurper, Davis, un assailcd, secoro and nnmolcs’cd in his seat at Blcbmoiid, with a view to an ultimate Convention of States, which that uiurper's Coastim-lon will allow so one of the insurgent States to enter. What now, if there be no Convention at all, or If the Convention fall to agree on asubmiaslon to the Federal authority f Jefi. Davis then remains in nnthority.hls Confederacy c»tat)lißhed,Tndt&eUmon with all Us glone* Is cone forever. -Naymore; if such a thing could happen as that the Chicago can didate. nezntnated upon such an agreement, should he elected President of the United States on the first Tuesday of November next, who can vouch fur the safety ot the country against the rebel* dar ing the interval which most e>apse before the new Administration can constitutionally corns Into power? It jieoou to me that aach an elec lion Bounce aod revile,. .They emn-it honor Gnat, and i Sbcnnan, and Fazraguo. and Porter, beciuift by i erch bomive they feu- that Fremontaad McClel lan's fame mar be eclipsed.v. - i KcTtribHlefei 1 , ttere are enough here of the rl*ht ■ort, who once were Beimb'lcaus, hat who, taking j ibotword in » partisan sense, are Jh-DObllcana oo : Joajjrr, and men, wbo once were Democrat-*, bat i who. ukkc tint word in Us narrow application, ! are Democrats no longer AU of whom are now Union mep, because they found oat that at the be , ginning of this tremendous civil war, or at some period in its provrers, that no man—no party—no ! formats—no creed could save the Uoloe, but that * only rbe people coo'd eave it, aod they coaid save J it only by cessing to become partisans, and becom , Inc patriot? aid Onion men. Yee, my friend*, woes tola war shall bo ended Ih 1 the restoration of the Union, 10 xx.au then Uvlxg I WiUexuUlntns recoil-etton that daring i’scou { tlonmce be vas el*her a Radical ora Conservative. aßrnnbiranura Democrat, bat ever; nun will : claim to b*ve been throughout an unreserved and 1 unconditional Union man. But why ►honid party spirit. especially at this f jDi/Ctrre, divide tbc American peopVJ And way : should I, u mem berot the Executive AdmlnLitra- i < tkn, allude to it on eucb ax. oi-ca-l; n as this f The ■ ; aiswerleathaud. The tionultuthmof ourcouc- I try command* tbat administration to surrender its j. powers to the peop e, and the people to deilgutte j extents to trsnme at.d exercise them foaryears. You receive toe Executive Government m a cos* dttion verv difftreni and highly improved. We lonnd it practical); expo led from tha whole coon* ! try south ot the Delaware, the Obis and the Sits* 1 tonii. with the most of the army and navy be trayed or fallen m*o the bar d« of Insurgents, and a new and treasonable CuiUederacy, with tbs indi rect but efftetive co-operation of foreign powers. c*ta(>iltbing itself on the Gait of Mexico. Wa cbterfnliy give the Government back to you, with large and conquering nrmles, and a triuapa ant navy, with the tatetm Confederacy filling into pieces, and the rebellious Su*es, one alter aaotn er.Tvtcrniug to their eileslaucc. flccardins znyeeirnow, therefore, not as a Secre tary, bnt simply us one ot the people, I, like you, am cubed ty my vote, to del ermine uno whose bands, ihe precious trust shall now oe coaflded. We might wise to avoid, or at least topustpme that doty, m.til the present fearin' crisis is pa-aed. Dot it cannot and it ought not to be avoided or adjourned. It Is a constitutional trial and tbe nation must go through it, deliberately and bravely. I shall, therefore, checrlnclj submit foryoor con sideration. tbe course which I nave concluded to adopt; and the reasons for it: first, 1 beg you to remember that tbe present Is no common or customary PresldcaUil election. It occurs in the midst of civil w»r, aririug out of a disputed tuccbcßiou to the Executive power. Disputed succtselons wo tbo most frequent causes of civil wan, not only la republics, bat even in monarchies. A dispute about the suc cession ot tbe President, periodically begets an abortive or a real revolution, in each one of tbe Spanish and Amt-riciu Republics, So tbo Qi-puu-d succession ot tue Spaui-h throne Icsoi tbat mouuchy limy years* war* winch convulsed sit Europe. A dispute whether Juarez was the lawful President, brought on the present civil war, with the consequence of . French intervention in .Mexico. A dispute whetaer the present king of Denmark, who succeeded to tbe throne last win ter. is lawml heir to the Duchies of SchlwwLj rod Holstein, brought about tbe civil war Inthai coun try, which, through German intervention, baa just now ended with the dismemberment of the Danish kUgdtni. Itisiemarkvble, also, that civil wars, p>ounced by disputed successions, invariably be tin with resistance by someone or mure of the Slates or provinces which constitute tbe aingdom, empire or republic which is diauirocd. It was so with tbe United States ot Mexico; It was so In tbe United State* of Columbia, and the ca-e was tbe eaxne in the United States of Venezuela. Now it lo certain that in 1800 wo ciectci Abruhim Lin coln, lawfully and constitutionally, to be President of the whole of. tbo United Slates of America. Seven of tbo States Immediately thereon, rushed into- oii-nnlon, and tommooiug more to their al lance, they set up a retoTocioaary govern- - meat. Tcey levied war against us to caect a sepa ration and esJtbiiah a distinct sovereignty aua In dependence. ronldlend equally.to demoralize theUnionand to Invite tbe Insurgents to renew-their-efforts for I.its dectmct.on. ' , . . 1 • lipinwinsformenowonlytogivoyoatboproof, tbat although the way In which the Chicago De mocracy dio what bad been agreed upon In their behalf at Niagara was nut altogether sttlalaciory, yet wbat they actnxlly did, was accepted as a fall execution oi tbe previa* compact. _ ‘*Sy. Cathauikes, O, W., Sept, I.” “TolTon. D. Wicr, Ua rfax: “Plstrona atd I‘residential nominee unsvtl*fac tory, Vico freMdcnt and speeches vauafactory. Tell Pbtlmore nut toopisw-e. _ „ (>iunec) • GeorobN. SajmEßa.” 1). Wur is a Richmond accomplice at Halifax* and PbUuiOte Is understood to be the conductor of the int-uniCM orjau in Loudon. Here, then, we nave a nomination and a platform wbic% were made by treaty toraially coutrac ej be tween the Demo'Ta»lc initors at R.chmoad,_and t'jc Demorratic onposltion si Cuieigo, signed, sealed, attested, and del.vered in tbe prcaesce of the Lounoii Time*, aod ulrctav ratiaedac Rich ir-i-nd. ./’by Heaven, we vcgo;via.’*i Got them f •(o boEurejou've tbom, mylriends. They-ay I am always too sanguine ot the success of niuoudl CHiir.i.init s and of the nanomii arms, tint It ?ecms to me tbat tb«*verl> staoakermrU ear loyal camp win take new courage, and become heroic, when beecvetbat tbe last nope of tire rebellion U] ou tt<r. ratidcLtion of ibiAbotuioaUle and detest able corot act by the Amiricau people. Yea, jou have got them; bat bow did you get them f Nov by any vkill or art of tbs Administra tion, or oven through the sagacity or activity of tbe loyal people, bat through tbs causing ot the coiepUiOur*. ovrrteacbiog its* K aad thus working outtbeirewndefcatand cuniusioo. Thoydosay tbat the Father of Evil always indulges bis caoieu ditdplis, with each aa excess ut sabciety, as to rvtd«r their ultimate ram and punishment la evitable. And wbat a time ts this to proclaim auc't a pol-. icy, c* scelvcd lu treachery and brought firth with tbsmclul ellroutery. A cec-atioj ot hostilities on the LoU ck-dsive naval and laudbitties, as the wry moment ibut tbe rebellion. wP.hoat a single fort in its possession on the ocean or on either of the great rivers or (sees, is crumbling to tbe earib, and at tbs tamo (lure, a dozen new rhipsuf wir are going to complete the investment by sea, and tbreebuudred thiUsand volunteers aron-*ula' to toe litM-*, to complete the work of restoration and todG- auuD. There is a maxim which thoughtful teachers a! ways carefully I'-culcrto. It is tuat inconstancy is imbecility, and tnat perrevcraoco is acceaaary to ruenre i-ucee-e. This muxim wrs *ec fonainibe form of a copy in tbe writing bosk, when 1 war young. “Perseverance always conquers,” Even iuiantile best'.ncrs enconutercd the lustrac'ion la tbe form of a table m Uebsler’s vpclliug book. The story was that a'ter usteg soft words and tufts of cine*, the farm.r whit virtue there waainttocte, and oy persietenc- in that app ics tion be bruuabt the roue boy woo *vm stci lug oi>- ples, down from the tree, and made him ask the lanr.cr’s pardon Uur Oniesgo teachers, tell us that just us Uie rude btry i» cumin* down, wr must lay uown the stones and resort araln to the use of grass, with ihe constqncnce, of course, that the farmer mu*t b*;g pardon' of the trerps— sir. But wbat makes this Chicago pol icy more coutemptiMe, ami even ridiculous, is tbut it is nothing (UiTcrunt from the policy with wbicb the eutxm o&nles now contracting actually nsherul in db-anion lu li-81, in the closing hours of the Admibis'ratron of James Bnchaaau. Vcs, my denr friends when we of ibis Administration dine into ourn’acee. In March, 1661, we fonud there existing just the eystem which is mow re commended ut Chicago, namely: Ist. a treason able Conirdcracy in arms against the. Federal au thority; 2d, a truce between tbs Government of ihe United States and the rebels, a veritable armis tice, which was *o construed that while the ns n<-r>ai ports aed forts were thoroughly invested alot-g ice sen-coast and rivers by tbo in*urgCiits, they could be neither relniorced nor tm.ptied.eveu with food, by tbe Govern moot; -Ad. aUnguid de bate with a view to an ultimate Natlouai Coarea tlon, which tbe rebels bsugbilly despised aod con temptuously rejected. Wbat were the alternatives left net Either to snnci.deroursclresaad tbo Gov ctiimcbt at ditcretion, or to summon me people to arms, termit atc tbe armistice, sojourn the demor allzitg debate, and “repu«BCas” ourselves of the national tons and ports. And now hat all tha trea-nic that ha- beta spent and nil tbo precious blood that has been poured forth, gone for uotuing else but to secure on iuuomiulous retreat, ond re turn at tbe end of four years to tbo hopeless imbe cility ana rapid procsss of naitond dissolution which exlfteu when Abraham Lincoln took into bis bat ds tbo reins of Coveramout! Evtry one of yon that but for tbe acces sion of Abrabatn L'ncoln joetnt that time, tbo Union would lu less than tbree months have fallen into absoiaic and irretrievable ruiu. 1 will not dwell Jung on the complaints which I ded, but not intentionally perverse men tying auainst theadmmistrauun ot Abrahim Lin coln. They compbiln uf militaiy arrests, ot spies end lurking traitors in tha loyal States, us If tbo Government could justify itself for waiting, with out preventive messutes, for more States to be In vaded or to be carried off into (secession. They complain, that when we coll for volunteers wepre-et-t the alternative of a draft; as If, when tbe ship bos been scuttled, the captain ought to leave tbe sleeping passengers to go to the bottom, without calling upon them to take their turn at tbe pump. They are not content with plotting sedition in secret place*, but they go up and down tuo public f-treete mtcrii-s treason, vainly *ec&iny to oravoie arrest, tn orocr that they may complain of tbo de ntal of tbo liberty of speech Tbe Impunttv they everywhere enjoy under the protection of Consli tufiuual debate, shows at one and tbo same >tme that their complaints are groundless, and tnat tbe Union, in tbo element ot moral stability, Is strong er than they know. * The chief complaint against the President Is tbat be will not accept peace ou the basis of the integrity of tbe Union, wltnont hiring also toe abandonment of fclsvery. When and where have ' tbe liißureenre off-red him peace on the basis of tbe iutevnry of the Union. Nobody has oDered It. Tbe rebels never will offer it. Tner are deter mined and pledged to rale this republic or ram it. 1 told you di-re a year ago that, practicilly, slavery was no longer in question—that it was perishing under the operation of the war. That assertion has been coLurmed. The Union men in all the slave States that we have delivered are even more anxious than we are to abolish slavery. Witness Western Virginia, Wary land,Miseoiltl.Loalsisoa, Tennessee and Ar kbusae. Jefferson Davis tells you. in effect tbo same thing. Be t-aya that It Is not slavery, but in- Dependence and eovcrelgn y, for which he is con tending. Thire Is good reason for thlj, Ahun ' dred dollars In. gold Is only a year’s purchase of the labor ot the working man in every part ot tbe Unfed State?. A', less thm hall nat price you could buy all the slaves In tbe country. Nevertheless, our opponents want a distinct expo sition of tbe President’s views ou the ultimate solution of the oiavery question. Why do they want it ? For tbe same reason that the Pharisees and sadducces wanted an authorita tive resolution of the ca-alutry which arose in their day. One of those sects be ieved in a Kingdom to come, and the other altogether denied the resur rection of tbe dead. Nevertheless, they walked to gether In luv-ng accord in search ot instruction concerning toe spirit world. said luey, 44 tbtre was a man of our nation who married a wife acd Died, leaving six brothers. There bro fht-rs bu.cetMvuly mirried the widowed woman atd afterwords oted. And last of all the woman dicdalfo. In the re«aurrec::on, which of tbs •even shfH have this won m for his wife.” Now wbst wa- it to them whether ono or all ehoolfl have tiie woman to wire in ileaven. It could be nothing to the Ssdducccs in any ca*c. Whit I was It to any human being cn this stdo of the grave? What was it to any human being la Dcaveo except the woman aid her seven husbands —absolutely nothing. Yet they would have an au- Fwcr. Adi they one. The answer was that while lu tht- moral state, men and women shall never cease to marry and to die, there will be in the resurrection neither death tor,many ins or glvitg lu marriage. AUnongb altogether unauthorized to epeakfor tbe President npon hypothetical questions. I tbluk I can give an answer upon the t-nnject of silvery at tbe present day—an answer which will hoex p'lcm, unci hope rot nltocether unsatisfactory. While the rebel- continue to wage war against the Government of the United S:acos, the military mcasares affteting slavery, which bare been adopt ed Irom necessity, to bring the war to & speedy and rccrissful end, will be couticned. except so lar as practical experience shall show that they can be modified ndvantuaconvly, with a view to tbe SHmc cod. When the issnrgents shall have disbanded their armies, and laid down their arms, the war will Instantly cease— aud all tbe war measures then existing, including those whlen af f< ct slavery, will cease also, and all the moral, eco nomical, and political questions, as well questions affecting slavery as others, which shall then be ex isting. between individuals, and States, and the Federal Government, whether they arose before the civil war began, or whether lacy grew oat of It, will, by force ol tho Constitution, pus over to tbo arbitraments of conns of law, and to the councils ol legislation. I am not unsophisticated enough to expect that conrptratora while yet mttnMuea, and exercising an anrc+lstcd despotism in the insurrectionary Stater, will either ene for or even accept an aai ncety based on (tho anrrendcr of tbo power they have eo recklerely usurped. Nevertheless, I know tb&t If uny eneb conspirator should tender his enb mireioo upon such terms, that tae will &t ones re ceive a candid hearing and an answer, prompted pr- by a desire for peace, with the maintenance of . - union. On the other band, I do expect propositions of peace with a restoration of tho Union to come, not from the Confederates In au thority, nor through them, but from cillms and Stages ntder end behind them. And 1 expect ruch propositions from citizens and States to come over tbe Confederates in power, just so last as more citizens and States shall be delivered by the Federal arms from the usurpa tion by which they are now opposed. Ail tho world knows, that eo far as I am concerned, and, I beilcve, polar «a the President is concerned, oil such applications will receive fast each an answer as it becomes a grca r , mucnanlaions, and haratno people to grant to breth enwbo have como back fi om their to peek a shelter la the com mon ark ol onrnattonal security and happiness. The enn is ecttlng So surely as it shall rise again, so surely do E think that the great events We have now celebrated preclude the end of onr national troubles, and the restoration of tne no tlonftl authority with peace, prosperity and free dom throughout the whole land, from tfie lakes to the gulf, and from ocean to oceans And so I hid you good night; nod may God hare you, with our whole country, always In Elis holy and paternal keeping. jj'ai.L trad?. K£ITH, FAXON & CO, J083E85 OF HATS, CAPS, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furs, Skating; Caps, Buckskin Goods, Umbrellas, mnssN-m straw goods, WOOL HOODS AND KNIT GOODS, And all the new styles of Xadiet’ Straw, Felt and Beaver Hats, Wa bars tow in store the LARGEST and MOST ATTRACTIVE stock of above Good* ever broaghl to this market and vubthe advac age of early per et«ses ro; essb. r>eforst&B recent advance, we are prtps.'ed to ofler gods at prices that will defy com petition, heat or v.’trt. . . Cur Glov* and sitten Department has had our special attention, end comprises an UN6U&PABS&S aia-itmei-iorßQfk.Pat3baodKid, All eeoif n L-. car line »U1 tit 41* for their izteresl t* 91 ammo onr good* and prices before purchasing e’sewh-re. yw- pxcrspt ar d personal attsntlcn given to orders. i£i:rra, fasos & co., 45 and 47 Lake-st,, Chicago, scß gE72 S2tia u PYEREST HOUSE, Jtd UNION SQUIBB, K. t. He nnderslrned bek rerpeettuny to Inlorru thßlr triend* sed the public that, after the 2Uh of August, the above booss will he cocdnoed on tha EUROPEAN PLAH, Heals being served o la carte. The house has been tbcrorsblT renovated, and .vs are sow prepared to Uttparta»BtßKrUiß Winter. , _ . The location, the size and comfort of the rooms Of this houl are ntitiTpaassd. • - C. a.ESRNEB ft W. B. BORROWS. . September S.UM. sclqsa-HUa *V*EfUanSU Dura warranted U Olrectioni ant followed. Hcadrsdn of Cltlvms of Chicago q*ts DK9ffr» drvtwttl? Currd by this Vcdidsa. CxtL »ou a cixoon&B nxsoiauro ALL svanoxs, DE, D. H, SEEI.YE 4t 00., Sour Propbutobr, TEMPLE, 'CbicagCi • ■ ■ • lUinoia, 3YaPTO M 8 r Xtet?tas>t«rs oi Cut&rrn «a tee? gecertU* a-'De£r am tvflrrt very ailebu aal'taej asvsacolu. tiat they have ireqeext attaeaj, and more unit uve to the caaaeesol texaneraTtire. Xa this condition taenoit c2*/bsci7i aelieht alscauree. mm eng acrtd= a.-terwirdbeccumn tale* aco aabetlve. ttediseaxs become! cbrunts, tsc di-ccaxces are la. creaien m nxmatlty »ad ch*rceU la quajey; they are now thick anl heavy, end iro taw ted or coushea elk The tevetiona art offvuuvt, cautira « bar 1 Drsovft • tbe voice tv tmetf end naad • the eyei are weak: th irate or the eT.oL n 'evaened or destroyed; deafatsi rreqasrtly Utci place. Ancther co-emoc «ou tx aoruzt eyaiptoo of Catarrh u, u,a; the oenoa ti oohued to clear hlj tbxcat »tbe taanmz of a ttlCi or sun:? mucous, which hai fallen down trom tns bead outs*- ths D’tbt. Wbeo thn -ta<et o'ace. tbe may be rare that his disease tn os Its way V f>e ttuvs. sad ibould loose no time tn arrwsnnr it. - Tna aaora ash bus raw try sne wjurs tUtaxaaaji Bnorroics. A atxffio Bottlo trill lost & niontb*.u bo uad three times a day* TKSTIMONIA&. From Sen. TboaJ. 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Ayrts* or acy O’h-j Sant porillaci Di ed I’nriiyin.’ Maclcioe now offerel to IbSpUtrtlc.orßOKOi.BY WILLBK TAKEN KOBIT. rLyeiclaiE recommend till meoiclne to thrir pa tients in tl' cuts where It Is Indicate booaoss the- Jfcrfcdt-nts are tta BSBT. that ore kaowu to tae Mfuical Psculfy. tS~ Price, tI.M p«r ooUIA ‘%3T Froparad and sold OT B. KAST3BLY A CO , certer of Third and Chestnut ftreats, fit. Louis. Missouri. - ors- idat DB. Ks.STF.BL7*B Family Medjctna vtoiCj £3 Maikon stress, near the Post Office. Chi •ago, Dlkiois. * - ' CtHSE TOTffBtSEIsF. B2L BASSES S?SCI?£& !A!fl BTefitcine !s & speed? ccd radical Care for Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Seminal We>iKn*fs } Chordeo, Dls* eases of the Kidneys ajid Bladder, and all ms*a»es of the bsxttal Organs caesed by Contagion or Weakness cl either Sex, in ales or Females, Tt?i detent, popnlar and infallible preparation, so celebrated In all oat LARGE ClfUKifor tbe CUBS of PoIV&TE CIdEASSS. u cor ottered to tbe af flicted and 5 TO CUks all dlacaies oi tbe Genital Organa of either sex (xalea cr faoaies) la a few days. DB. BaAER* SPECIFIC t§ tbe ONLY SAFE sot RELIABLE BkHKI>Y for tbe CUcJt UP SPKHUA TURKU (EA, e-ECfaU? termed SS»I2<AL WK\K. DKS3, CADaifu BY H: Lf-ABUiS OK EXCESSIVE IMiDLOBECB, which ltno«7 »o KgAKPnr.T.y pfle. YALBNT Ui an pars of tbcecoaun Header, have yea & PHIVA ca DISEASE. or tns DUi-aie Cf the ATt'jc.BYQ, BLADDER OR SEXUAL ORGANS. Do not Delect U. DELAY.tS DISGAK OCS. Procure at core that Ceie;.ra<«o (temear. UK. BAKEEV BPKI.TFiC,sblcb b*s CURED IhcnmaadJ oroa thousand* aod •av»<i them tron tbe bands cl MBKCILhUa QUACifa. If not from PHBdLATD&B GttAVBA DB. BAKER'S SPECIFIC I* ip«: HEALING PURIFYING and SSL* CURING B--UfnOT.reqnlr< log rO liBOICAL AID OH ADVIC-*. at plain direc tions (or me accoopacv c-. ch bottle of lie tleeicme. Dr. Baker’s U v ry ajroeHblo to the t*ite, U perfect r SAFE AND KSSTO'rHS COMsVI, TCniOS, and will effectually CURB "US WORST ASD NOSr OF3-.INATE- GABES O? PSIVAtI DISEA P KS. and restore tbe syuca to a perfect stats Of BBALT2 AND PUEITT. -vof-oMita*# TFlia DK. PAKEn’d BPKCIFIC you can CUH» YOUbSBLF PO»s ONH-TKS'\H Tif* MOWEY that a physician ■will char-e, without change of diet 01 cfKxISuKB blulßt4 »* And U»* prevent ail chance B. B —in loa?-st*hdmg'an4 obetarste casas of eon. orrhma.Gleetaua Seminal weakueii, Lr. BaEisH'S IPJEC* ION will b« found a valuable ssmtaal V his BrECirin in subduing the dlSßsee.cnd s-onl 4 hs med in ccnj unction with it natll a perfect core ii enacted, > A Treatise on Bernal Diseases, called the •• St!*.' Instructor," sc com; salts each bottle of thamedj* Car - Fries—D:. Bazar’s Spacisc. 12 per bottle. injection, npttbottle. Pries—Msls Injecting Byrtnne, 80 cents; fA male,? C cents. • • |2T Beat by sipress to allparts of the country os receiptor the mcney. ' ana sold by DB. B. EASTERLY, somtwen corner c> lb lid and Cheslnut streets, bl. Lorna, Prcpilctor. . * Percale at DP. B. SaSTHRLT* CO.’i Fam« llruediclre Store.’99 Xadlsoa itrsat.nc&r Ui&Pos? Defoe, Chlcaso, HI. 88. EASTERLI’S aikesican ummEHTa TUa v&lasßs liniment tgfll ear* Zihenmallsm, Spralun, Braises, Cats, Wound*, Ulcers, Contracted Tec* ions, Swelled and Stiff Joints, lam* lagO: and all Disease* when as external remedy Is indicated* DR, EASTERLY'S AMERICAN LINIMENT Will also cure t-pra ce, Brut-es, com, GalU, Cbafo*, Ring Bure Bei*tc&ea.or Wound* which are constantly ec» cr.rrlrz touf'&SLS. Families toomd keep it COD ST AN 'LT ON JlAlinto ns* la tiro cf need, a-* it u the BEST ANE H-:*"? EFFICACIOUS LINIiIKKT no 7* In ms. CTTot safe at DR EASXKRLY & CO.’i Family Kecleme Store, 93 hlscisoc etrtet, near the Pest Once. Chicago, ill* DE. CAETEE'S COTT3K BALSAM Will Core CcMsl Aatlime, Coe satoption, Brohcitlsis, spitting Blood) Pain In the Side and TTiiooplns: Consr., Cronp, nad allDiz doses of the Ihrcat and liimgs. Reader, have yon a Cough, cold, or any disease m the luufs or 7bru*t? uoaotnegivtit- »>ilLhlo»Je DIE ftEnnaUj by UrgUctlSg a COMMON COLD Concha and color, if cot cored, lead to COnSUtfP.' TION, and then to HttMATORE O CATH Procn-s at once tbatctlebraieO retafd», DB.OAR. TBk*S CC UQH e&LSsM. which never faus to Brnp THE COUGH IMMEDIATELY and to fidget &PBQ FBCT lira few OaT* It is bevend all doubt the most PBBFKCT REMEDY for all dlieussof the THROAT AND LTTSSB known to the cividzed W KT cent* per bottle tlana bottles.fi per bottle. *• tr For sale at DR. B. EASTERLY * CO.’S Pea* fiy Medlcrne Store. 9 Madison tract. Chicago, vn MIQII-lOtra SAT&TV farmnnal. D R - W. R. MERWIK &s OO.'S COLUMN FOE THE Bil illiffi COMPOUNDED CEO 11 RCOTI?, BABES MS LEAVES, CDTECKBB BJCIIET*Y, tts inat Indian UUM VMM ceres sii dbestes ot tcs -MU MM IIA MM amir) orgais.each ssta- »M Hg Mil MM Ckfidsetcs ct t.c urtos. MM Mil Ms MM Inflau-atio. or *te Rladacr, MM MM .MM MM Inu»maiionoitaeKl<lneii, MM MM MM MM BTOnttr lh*-DlacU«',etro- JVM SivCMM M>l met GraVci, Gleet, MM MlfMi mm aoil'cca, tno la especially wM MMa M«1 rcccmin* noea la toose UM MMM MM cates cf ?.onr Altxu (or tvbio-Btb Where . all the 010 nax.s«as xnedl- D is prepared In a highly cmesh»>e f»ilea, concent atsd form, tne dvie only bring Uon one CCCCC to two t'aspooaiuii ttuee CCCCCOCCC tuuMsasy.' CC CC It u diaretie and altera- CC CC Uvemltssctioa.punGtnf CC ana oie»Boice the hood, CO esasiue It to flow m »il lit CO ciUiaal parity aadvltror; CC CC the r-movioi irotn me CC CC si nwn'cioes ■•eu,4«* which COCCCCCo wUchbarc Induced tia cases cccccc CELRKOKBB INJECTION It tntcn.s& aa an ally or aastUnt to us CtiXBO- E.KLtJßMaDl,aaa»ftoaid kitSKKISdEttJzJC be area tn conjonetion KKK wnh tbat DSUiuns In ail BKtt cases cl Gtunsr.- Lcca elect Ikk L.K, MU,Ui, «UD -Floor Alaua or Whites. LKakEEEB IU efl«.;a axe heeling, rsESSaEBE. looib'nt asd demulcent; KEE r-movuigah icaiulog b»»t, BEE choroee sad pa*a. EES 01 the boiuUg-.no almeafi BEKBBa^EESES ontncuraDle Qkia that u KKg«HCT!REE!fg expor.enced vrim nearly > u the cheap quack InJ ecuons. Bj the use of the CB3H* Oi.HK fcß.MEr.y and HH —■Ue two Diedln-oea »t tLa BH Hats timo—all loiproptt HH d Bcbar. es are remorad. Hil anAibe' w*a tVcttcT orjjaai lIhHHFUTIHa mH ve rpeesiiv rettoieg ic BUUBHuHdHH a fall vigor and iircozth. HE HU Pur m l parucn »'* eat UH - onr pampjTlii’ rroa' £oj HU tlrej; ature la tfte toaasr*' fifi or wrue os, aad wa w2 mnu free to aaj jadiiou a fau treaUje, CHEBOKEB nniMiUg ..orator fiptrao tonheaScnlnai Kociortsu KmufloM, sna »Q otseue* cmn»ed byialf DHDDDDDO po outn snob u Lom of, ODpVDiJiJOO K«v>or9, UolTenal L&s*i* )>l> x>D tece, Paqm m Ute Bs«r, DO DD Elmncix ot Vuiot, Ptema- i-D j)D terrOMAxo VVCak htrrea. Dl> DO ItiffiinUy ot Br<*lblAg, DO DO ■ TxemMmc DO DU Broatlocscnlbos**cc Pile D iQODDDDD CooiVapsc* •nesritjCon- DDDDDDDD luspuon. anti Alt QJrerol como Aibia c*tmJ by co panlng &om iba pub of - ' nAtnro* TblißAdleiaeiiACniplt TUtttbo » extract, ana ona on wfcjch all OA rely. &■ EKEKSEF7EERB It baa tot tailed in a alacle ■ RCTuRHKahKH IbßUfeC*. It. CUTdilVd b u T7- Eisß eiatiaveorar sadden* to E>B tala victor? CTcrtbCuioit ■ atuobor* case., TotbMe *acbayf mtte« vltb uuir cutuihaaonj nuiUaer tma_< tfipiui-tvci BF.BBBER letfttKKe. ic *BE Islsi bßiond tuViicb of m’edi* BK*e cai dd. diPpatr aotj the BEEEBREBFEEB Cberokeamm »oI rj‘lora HKKKItRK KB you 10 h-alth »_(J Tint. u* star nil oases doc tors baT&kiisd. DR. WRI9ET*a BE- JtVISATiSO PLZXIB; or £s;ecee «f Lire ! Srt* _ mill par to Horn Pore Vegeta* mi lie »straetf, crn’aitln.; 111! rothhie Injorlons to the lift Bret ceucsto. 11l The >eionnatla* Elixir nil Is ire n«ul; ot mcd.rn llii oi'ccreneam The tp»oI»- ini hie tlngeom, being an *a- ini llrely itw ano kbstract IIUII - method ot eore.lneipec tire of *ll the old and worn This medicine hu been outsjsuas. tetwdbyihemcr eminent midical men ot the eay. ana by timm proaoonceo to be m* ot the greatest liitf j-iw-tn' mecical olacoytiles of the RRbRRhRhBB oke bowe wm core esa- RK BB exal Debility. HR BK A low doses cores Hr*. KR RB ter lea In Females. BHRRRBURBK me eattt- cores oalnlta* MtliREBKRt'Jt Won of Ute Heart * Bk rr a iew dore» r« tares the RR RB ■ crgimof Beeerafca, RB BB From one to tnree bot tles restores ■ «ae minii. ness and. lull ylror of youth. A few doses restores the apeetits. Three bottles eure the worst caser aUppoltDcj. CCCCCC Aiewdosei Akthelow CCJCCCCCC GPtriUd CC CO Oab bctUe rertoresmen- CC CO A*few do«e* brtsg the CO roietothecbe-X. CC ->h;a vfcdtetce r'ltores CC CC to and robust CC CC iealtkthe poor, ceblilts- CCCCCCCCC ted, worn down and d#s- CCCCUO ' failure aavcteecf sensual pleasure. THI3 TTLIXTR cnrea Hy*t«rta.O»re-al Debility, Palpitation of i*3o dc»rt ano Impoiencv, itreitoree 000 no mental power and the up. 00000000 Mti'B,uaci<uu 'liaroie 00 OO , U mount u e cheek of OO OO palor. uni] toe tfeot itat-d GO OO - manor woman to feel tic* CO OO orons and stronsr, the CO OO toot g and >mbi}->iifl blood 00 ti c. are through evrjp OCOOOOCO vain.t) enema wej)iae OUUOOO rroMf.anath^flteaofnew Hie aPdve%rtoi«»almat« the entire bod*. b-alrJicc np the co aatat’cn.reitjr* lar loy aid life to oust a tad and darkened fircilds. CHKEOKEE PILLS! Begar Cca'cd ¥< male hrpnlvor. Health rrtses- I lit 11 ver, Cetta>n ano tai*-. fill For tha H-tro»slo* Oh- HU strucitcna and the Inrur- ilie anc*- of I egu’*ni> in k«- lift correrce of the Monthly nu prncoi. llfl They rare cr obviate IH£ thoic rmnnona dlscniet HIT that Fptto? from irresnlar- HUH itT, by rs&ovics the urtg aiacUylteetf. _ Ths" cars fiappreaied, « Bxeeailve, and Painlai Utcaunauon. Ther cate Grata Sick- EE KK n»BJ (Cblorona.) KK KK They cere •■•eiTOUi and KK KK Spinal Affections, balm In Kk KK the back and inwer pm LkKK oi t e Boot. Qoar ni s, KKEK Kangaeoa light exertion, KK KK Pilp<t*Jlon ot the H.art, KK KK Lownesao! tpirue, Hy*te> KK KK ■ la. Ci. a: Beaiaehe, Oiddi- KK KK nest, *c., Ac- la a word, by icmovncthe imgular* Ityiheriemov-j tbecacse, and with It all tbeeffeota «*that iprtng tiom It. conppicioftlrtpleTet* etsbla ex\rjcie,taeT con tkinnrtuingdcjct-rtbiiito *di coa»tunticn,howeT»r KNIT KN delicate tbelr Junction KNKN NR in* to i«bßttm«Btrßsrti> km kn nr tor vtftKj u'.itlilcli.'wbea KH NN NN proparlj tied, marUftTer KR NB NN frlltOflO. . NN MR NR IhtymaybeMdelyuied I.'N SR hr Mtß»KesDd M »Q*p» NS* ST3JMT 7100, JL3CRPT DUBXWOIU* KBT KKV jrtXST7IIRCIBIIOjnT9B*QBr« HN ' NK li e whicbtho un.alline n*» tore * f ttelr acttoo -would imaJldy i*arr*sr preg nancy, Prlcci of lha Cherosee Medicines t Carrotee Kaafejy, EEEEEEEEESSH $3 ft bottle. or a bo;tlea foj V.KH 8 K kkK'n R{t K Sft. EES Clierotte Inlcctlia, |2 abStLe, or i'botUej fci Cbeioke^Cnre, Si EEKBEBE JtM-.EKKE SI a buttle, or S boiuei for EKK f5. EEE Dr.Wil bt’sE’ixlr, |3 aVoltici or 3 OotUes fcr _ M. lEEELBEEEEEB €bwcSe« PUK for V> males, |i • dot, or 6 boxes for 4i. InIbaCESBOKEEMKD -ICIAES tb« nmoitnnato Wlti And a dap of deuT«u asca ttem suffeilnc and Ti»?n—a day epieadid and. _ • glorious. when they shall 'ICREKKEXTI2USK; no loteer suffer »l:oo.t conation or repose, either E*B uucosaiDnern«r}Qti«cka BEE or tbe mefC'l.ncy of nan- bee teens preparations EwBEEBE Tbe •• Cberokee Medf- KEKbEEfi cists” accomxUsb tbelr EEE racism—tbeir etaapcipa- -HE* •• * tioc; en (mancipation to EES great soadzmrßt<le r asdßO' KEEEREBSEISHB prcbflcof *• kbekkkbukoh These tatdlcic* win prove. In any aod every esse, fbitbml and naver- '• failing ftlendi in the Urns cf need. We send Ml the CID4BO* EKE MBDIC'I>BS hr tX* Etui (axeept me Cncro- eo Pills; tn-ae are isut FFEREEEEEESE bymail. tree or postage), BgaBFKKKKkKE on receipt of orlca- to aoy KK£ pan of ihearl izedwcrl*, EEE securely pacsea, ta each KBE a manner that no one handsthe y mar pass would Know the EEEwp.BE EEEEEEB conlo.it*. Ladiaa or gentlemen can aoctrzl ns m perfect coa> EJ>EB&UKURV!KU fidenee;an& we will man ttfikwkkrkkrrw «a*.eafranitl7 answer Uieir letters. and gtre car npm* 100 ot eica motional caee. Wa praimba do .mineral* Tie CSEBOKBE MEDI CINES are eeltf Brail en tMprlaltgdnjgglaUln toe civibzedworla. some on- ■ principled dealer*, how- _ 895393 er»r, try to tell worthies* B3S3J:SiS3 contoandj in place of SS pa tbfee—tbobfl which they 69 can get at ach'apprlce, eS' «rd case more money by -.68 selling than they can ca S3 -, the Cheroaee . tUcdi- ~ S3 cine*, abyouvalueyear , :■ -S3 health— aye, the h-allb of S3 ’ ’B3 yenr offrprur-do cot be BSS?S9S3js □eceiT#d brsech anpnn- 63333 clpled orncgiM*. Atk for these iiealctncs, ana taka no others. . Ii the Drafts wffl not bay them for yon. lend to ns, tno we will send thrm to yon bv Eaoreia p*sl ties^dresslrg hiisnoald stste J the “"acd'fym" toms,aid full particular* Is tezsrd 10 their msm We treat all diseases of a caioale natSe if HU «? c% ™ a3drCfS m cerfect con- ‘ f n CB9e: ’ f«okly and freely each case 611 lttlK3 ’ RlTe cnr as retard* Parties living at s dlflance nted not hesitate be eaase of tfcslr irabitin to visit na Wehavo tr*at-d raccersmiiy ps>ti»i.t* m all porticos of the civilized Patient* addrepiiog ns will ple<se write ro’toa-se county, Sta*e, ana name of writer, plain, ami enclose po‘uyeptamp fer reply. .... c ? j9b n} 6ttul ** # nr reader of this paper onr . thirty-two pseepaaphlnifrer. ’ Addree* ail letrtra *nd o'aer* to DR. W. R, UEUVJIN A CO , n » .No Oilier:? BUvtf.Nc* Tori. C- A. rooiv Chicago. JS »ia*set street i» onr Gen eral Agmt for the State* of I Knots, lowa, Wucorgm iiicb'pon »ad Indiana, who will enpoiy ortiggiat* at our card prlcr*. att2l-359.y-Uew-iat-t* WWBBai QALT JPETRF. C-jSSjcvnily on 0 bard and to arrive, a taper lor grade of CRUDE SALT PETRE, ■Which we offer to the trade In lot* »o rait, A, M. DOPE* A CO., 1U Booth Water street. aul qUI-IStT-sar T W. POTTLE, * common HBBtwm, lIOK Bon.Ua Water twt*. Chicago ll»hWm ifmnnnai. IMPORTANTt«FEMALES fss proclamation TO THE LADIES, BOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE. Tho Oldest Eegnilator for Females. TtefSlabutoaoGßNXriNß AND SHBB CTJBB ffl« FEMAIXft who mfler from raaxauLxßmas, or o* STECcnoßsor Tnz JCKN3SB, whatever may be the cause of those obstructions. IhlaetzrebaabeenreenzQisedforEunyTears* ONLY BATS KSLIANCK Is la • Ck&aisair s Female Fife, that Ladles hare Icr relief firem the suppression ol those periods which .If sept up according to the ealli of Nature, will GUARANTEK TO THEM the fnllest amount or good health and strength: and which, if not rcjrni&rlr experienced, will produce UISBKT AND DEATH, and Is that pesst cf all Bsmeboii for Dtniuna of FutAuca, ftys&iaaa’s Female Fills. THIS GOOD OLD REMEDY for all obstruction* has been hailed with pleasure and profit vox nrarr nvx TZABfl.ln all parts of the emitted world. Its author is AN OLD EXPERIENCED PHYSICIAN, whom everybody knows, and In whom everybody places confluence androspcct, liiasoxxw-ritaeua 4BBJJ(6XIC3ST, but a STANDARD REMEDY. Female-Filb HAVE NEVER FAILED, anl thousands of certto cates to this eifect can be found to all parts of ths country. The proprietors of Dr. Cheeseman’s coxo teibd sion guarantee that ONE BOX will restore the natural monthly Junction to ANT FEMALE. NO MATTER WHAT HER CONDITION OR AGE. In deed, so certain ore feaia!© Fills, which luvi Bin popunax avssusj cubes pox OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY, to restore the menstrual now in a natural way. and are a positive r^ medy for aU complaints peculiar to Fern ties,zxouQQia with cxmnrrr p.xbiodigu, tssxauxuxiiT. Fills, Are the only medicine that MARRIED AND SINGLI LADIES have relied upon for many years, or can rely upon now. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS X Take this advertisement to your Druggist, and tel him that you want The Best Female medicine in the World, WHICH IS COMPBI3ED IN Ckmeuiifs Feaia/e Fills. These form tit* fctbst piupabattow xm put fobwaxp, with IMMEDIATE and PERSISTENT SUCCESS. 3>OIN ’T BE ©ECEITEDI Dr. Cbeeseman’s Pflla have received, and are now receiving the sanction of the xoar xjusbutPhtsx- EXPLICIT DIRECrnoNS with each box. Tbs fkicx, ONE DOLLAR PER BOX. containing from fifty to sixti Pills. . • puis sent bt mail, psoxptlt, by remitting *0 the proprietors, or any authorized agent. Sold by Druggists generally. Trade supplied by LORD & SMITH, Wholesale Drug* glsts,23 Lako street, Chicago. HUTCHINGS & HTLLYEE, Proprietors. deS-rflO-ltew ax Sola • 81 Csdar street New Tort* De. weavers compound KSTEiCT OF FIKIWE3ED, Or Enmor and Liver Sjrnp, If bellived to be tbe erf stcst remedy ever dlscoT • «r„d for tbo BBHOVAX 0? EUHO2S 117 THB BIOOP. It !• a vegetable comnoand, and contains no m'n*r. *1 or xOiScroaa eub.Uncea whatever: it is entirely hnTtnif ana a* w-rfa' In us iffictL meddle is WARRANTED to care tut jouomae complaints: Rrswecd Cures Scrcfnlm. firewcM Cores Salt Bo sum. Jrrvwetd Cures Scald Head. Hrewced Cures tiubbora Ulcers* Fireweed. Cores Sheuui*ttisza. Eirswet d.... ..Cures Bingworm or Tetter. Ftreareed Cures Pimples da toe ?aee. Fireweed Cores chronic sore Eyes. Pirttmd Cotes liver Complaint. Fixtweed Cores Dyspepsia. Firewted Cores......Erysipelas, Pireweea Cores Cutaneous Eruptions. And all disease* 3tldn*fr.:m an impure state of the bicod. One or two bottles will cure Chroma liver Complaint. TUB WA'KKAITS’JEE. We are aware that many medicines are warranted, knowlrg that th«y will probably sever be return*!. Bat we rwnre yea th*t we uo not wane virnr monxt wrraerr oivtxo talus nrrziven. We brieve It 'IS WOBffS TBAJT sOBOXBTTO ««T OACf nr T»IPW.T, AND Wim w* WAADAST THIS wotcm, W* XSW josTwniT wa ifany.one ntesta* Pirsweed for tbe oisea*es v h.ch «s have recommenced it for, and li net tolly satisfied that tt is all wb bso->k vswd it, be can return kb* hot Jo to cits A«ent ne purchased tbe mediant of, and he will rofand tbe jsrney. Shoo'd yoor nearest Droeslit not have the article, do rot be put off by any o-her preparations that may be offered in its place. Lot send to nor Agent end he will lor a aid, securely packad, by exp? ess. BEWARE OF IMPOSITION. Bee that our siersture If rn bottle yon boy, and see that **Dr. ■Weave?*.* Corrpeard Extract of Fircwrcd, or Buie nr and-Liver Syrup,**!* blown In the bottle; no other 1* Reunite. Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or Six Bottles for Fire Dollars. Re-it by exrtcss on receipt cf the money. Swld by all Droggisu ana Hedicme Ueatexs, Manx & Dtoax. northeast corner Dsatbcra end Banuoiph str*.c;B, Chicago. ’W’allicr Sc Taylor*, T¥. gCOYIL, 73 ISaudolpKi St«» Chicago, WHOLESALE AGENT. thasa Urtmiu SExterminator. <«OOSTAK’S TES3SIJT EXTIiRMIVATOHS, m COSTAE’S ” EXTERMINATORS. <4. " COSTAE’S ** FXIEKMINATOK9. EX lEaMINATOtiS. ** COSTAR’S ” KXTKKMINATORS. EXTERnI.VAIORS, *• COSTAE’S ” EXr^a«ISaTORd. ** COSTAE’S ” EX* EUHlff aTUES. tsxthrmi jators. « COSTAE’S ” EXTLU aEffATuftS. KXTSKUI-NA COKS • CO3TAE3’ t EXiER«ISATO!WI EXTERMINATORS. ” COSTAE’S ” JvXTEKiIIN »TOhS. „ . “ COSTAE’S ” EXIERMINaTORB. ' EXTERMINATORY, “ COSTAE’S ” EXTEEMIN AtORSr EXTERMINATORY. : •• COSTAE’S ” EXTERMINaTOIiI. . EXTERMNaTORS. »• COSTAE'S ” EXTKKMINATORd! EXTER ‘I.VATuBJ. n COSTAE’S ” EX TERM IN ATUR3. ** COSTAE’S ” eSeRMIN tlOtfll “ COSTAE'S ” BXTERmTNATOKs'. . E£T>EMINArOK4. *• COSTAE'S ” >RS. EXT K R a IXATO OS **COSTAB’S’ EXTERMINATORS. COSTAB-5 - COSTAB-3 -gMaPSk KXTEiiMIWATOIW. For Bate, Mice* Roachc*. Ants, Ced-Baga, Flea*. Motbn in *p»h and Woolen* Inaecte on Plants. Fonts, Animals, ate. ‘‘lsye«3Mt»Mp'uedln N T ClS?.** , “ On’y 1c *UJble reraeafes known.** ** Free from rotsona ” • ** Eos Canaries io the Honan Family *• **Eaa coma cu: of their hoias tj die.” Sc:<J by all Dm«lrs everywhere. gy*l! 1 BsWj.ES ]•J of all wo •alms Imitations. B3f* ** Co. tor’s ”D« por, No. 453 Bro* .»■»» •__ b* H.SCOVIL. X.OR * A d-MITR- FUL LER. PINCH & FUELER. J. H. USED 6 ‘ 0., BUbNiJAM & VAKBHACK, SMITH G D VTKK, sad all XitarelsU (WboJesa d and Retail) at T-UCA* CO, ILL. iep3 p7.-s-im-Tn^aT*rtr Brugs ana (Eiimicafe. T H. BEET) & CO., ** * IUFOISTKB3 AB O JOBSEBS 01 DRUOSANB CHEMICALS 82 Idilieifit* Chicago, Hl* ALSO, DEAL LABOitLY IS . paints. 0B«, Wndow Glasi) Sloav wtf e, Burning Oils, K«roMB* t goapmaken* stock, ISant* ftctuera’GoodSiAe^ Which weofiar at prteri favorable to Wasters xcr* efesata and Manufacturer*. J.H, Bwed.lTlPearl ftieot,H.Y.> S.A.BbUSST,CUeaco. i selS-DMCW itou»Mracrj3 Siuurte, jgi. ON TELE SAFE 3LDK, A BKA I,TiIY STOHAOn SBCVRBS TUS HEALTH OF THE ENTI3E SYSTEM. HOSTESTKR’S STCmOi BITTSBS AS A Protective and Curative Medicine Figures ccnaot Us. Tho statisocaof the sales ot HOBTETTEB*3 STOMACH BITTERS aortng the year ISO, show that thu taraluAbio Alterative and Antlblllon* preparation baa attained K popularity oarer hclore enjoyed b> a proprietory m<dl» eiOA Starting In 1553 with sales durtng tbe year equal ta about 150,000, tt has bo steadily and rapidly adnaeei m public rarer that the cash receipts of the proprietor and manufacturers for ISM, tbe tenth year of its roo ecas, win reach tbe enormous sum of 1*304)00. itedo maud In If ew York alone Isorer one thousand eaiac per week. These bounces statements are Ktrea to the world noi from any ostentatious motive,but as an evidence oftha great sanitary (act that tbe Bitters meet the wonts sad fniflU tbe expectations o{ the community; thatthepatt / Uc belief in tbeir efficacy increases and extends day bfr day, week by week, year by year; aad that those wbt hare prored theraJne of the article recommend tt eaz& ally In the circles to which theymore,and urns *ir«t wider scope to its extraordinary and rnmms niliiii While the columns of tbe press me publicity to sue general statement ot the tendency and operation ot this PURS and POWER* TIL VkgktaTit.r rt.ittty, as may be comprehended within tbe Unms of an adrexw tlsemcnt, thousands and tens of tbonaands, who ova health, riser, appetite, and all physical bleaamcs tig? render life enjoyable to its effects, are rcrtlsmp it by word ot mouth and by their own ms prored appearance, amomt aUclaanesof society, oadQs ercry portion of the Western world. To these Uvls& advertisements, these tangible certificates of the hoaltt prcacrvmp properties of the Bitten, more than to any other cause, their wonderful popularity is attributable. No limit* can be assigned to the ultuoaTedemandfor ■ preparation that thus renders all who use tt proselyte* and eoolcrista. • One half of the adult population of the civilized world needs HOSTSTTBB’S BITTERS, because that proper tlon of them is subject more or less to indigestion. for that complaint, whether It ba* taken the shape of ear firmed dyspepsia, or merelv amount; to occasional pats and uneasiness in the stomach and bowels, tbta agrees ble vegetable compound la an absolute specific. Ccruy monitlmnlanta aggravate the disease. The practice el taking' Uqoor as an appetizer’ before meals Is a deadly error In-the’ first place, an spirits as beveracea ore adulterated. An analytic checw Ist detects active corrosivt poison In the' of them. Even If they were free Ires this objection, an nnmedlcated alcoholic stimulant t> not what the enfeebled stomach requires. In Hosteller 1 ! BJt* tiers. Essence of-Rye, from which every send ote>« meat has been discharged. by a special process it present as a component. Bat tins article, mild su genial a» It is, could not of itseli core or oven relieve dyspepsia, it la' merely the vehicle which gives actt>> tty,force, searching efieettoa rare imoeionut hsrbai. extracts, designed In tone, regulate and fortify the tern, Without the aid of a diffusive stimulant the dieted properties of these vegetable 'ncredJcaU would foil of their effect. The projectile that batten down S hostile wallreceives Us unpetaa otrtn the powderplaced behind It, and In like mariner tic curative and health fol principle of EOSTETTEB’S STOMACH BITTXBI ts made operative and Irrealstable by the pare Essenev of Rye, which forms their basis; Thus ts disease vasr qnlshed to its strongholds 07 a combination of equalled vegetable antidotes, carried, as it west straight to the mark by a wholestyae stimulant. Hot only U Indigestion, to all Us phases, and thoroughly cured by tins celebrated brogomat, hut all the diseases whien dyspepsia engenders, art speedily relieved oy its use. Bilious disorders, tbathave defied the prescriptions of the ilex canal School at Medicine, yield, readily to the antl-hillous action of the Bitten. l£ the thousands who,aficrabandonmgcnl» mel In despair, have been cured of Uver disease by this unequalled Vegetable Alterative, could place that* combined experience before the world, *Vt fcarfor drug would be banished from mil prffctica as It has ti. ready been Ingomlnloasly thrust oat of oar military hospitals. The'success of tbs Bitten la cases of HABITUAL, CONSTIPATION has been marked and striking. Tbetr slight apertent operation gently removes obMrnctfca* from the bowels,ond at the same time they impart Sclent vigor and toce to the membrane which lines the' alimentary canal to enable Nature to perform her most, important functions regularly, without any furtho* med) cation. FLATULENCE, a most annoying and often a verr painful affliction, is not only relieved for the time hi tog, but Its recurrence prevented by an occasional re. •aorttothis dellghtfttlStomachic; andthesamemaybe sold of CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH, BILIOUK CHOLIC. SICK HEADACHE, and that most depress, tog and painful sensation la tbe upper part of the ahda men which ts sometime* described os an M all krone* - feeling by dyspeptic patients. Loss of appetite la Q evil that can only be safely obviated by increasing th* •vigor of the digestive organs. If too palate cravremce* than the stomach can diiiest, the tenner can only ty gratified at the expense of the latter. The peculiar merit of the Bitters. aaastomacmc,is, tnatifitdoai bleathe demands of appetite, it at toe same time dom. ble* the capacity of the stomach to dissolve and aMaa. late food, so that the desire for nutriment and the aba. Ity to tain It to good account tocteuse prurac bodily tieor is the inevitable result. A person ma? nave an inordinate appetite, ana yet be as thin luTi shadow and feeble as a child, hot as U/aTEITB?» BITTERS produce a nerfret accord between tharZ quircmcnts of hunger and the power 01 di-esUon. S attenuated form fottens under their tome inflame? uidwoat .onMolbtrwbsb, ■ deprcsslnsberdmta Ilia Bjßtem, bcanm-i. bj .mlma.ifci,, bemthr blood ond moscoUr Obte. “<« In no complaint la the remedial *coon of this derfoJ Tome more prompt end decisive man la LHTrTje ASTS FEVER of every type. Taken donas thTeoS since. It at once shorten! its duration, and soon hn«w. op the paroxysm*. Throoßhont the Western Stat-tiT Is superseding ivery other medicine for intermittm* and remittent fever. U haa become a clflc In all the alluvial region* that border on mat2J ew, on the prairies, and in every swampy and district where these prostrating disease* thi« season It shonld be taken cally as a protection against the mtorom ofVetS It maj te tnften, ea .role to which there are no US tlona, that whoever nworu to It for come* invnlnerable to all the ,Mei produce Fever nod eod other periodical dtoordei, of a lUe “ M 7T'SS the wvoc of the jour when these prevalent, and It is tvtec. Uteretoro, to taho foreloch and forestall their TlaltauW thla warn Inn ehonld com. too Into tone..™..lTS core. Let them discard quinine and cdy that Iq such caaci ha* never, daring teaxLrl S’ known to fail. A* . «“J«an,o*ai. • A FALL AND WINTER STOMACHIC,. HOSTETTERU BITTERS especially ciaim‘the atim tlon of all who desire to be exempted from bodllraft! ment during these season* of social eajbytnenn Tih* digestion Is never in eo much danger oi bein* taxed as in winter. It Is it period, of fea’tlvlrr drink and be merry** laJtq motto. But without thaS erdae of due care, social mdalccnco may entail uur penalties. Cold, while icsrinmiate* tbe appetite eloan tbe pores, and these Important ootleu for the waste matter of the system beiaz to a measure sealed, than la an imperious necessity that the stomach ahooJddo ito work wtto more thin usual visor, that the internal waste pipe* of the system should be free and naob. . strutted, and that the Uver Bboald fkJthftiiJy and rarfc larly contribute Its umpenne, parliylnr element toth* common stock of animal fluids. Now it iathe province and tbe purpose ot Co keep those cnimM t » organa active, healthy and efficient, and thus prevent disease. The system, regulated and controlled by their habazalc Influence; wDI be in little dancer of sufferfe* cither fromplithora,or debility, or the ' .Ihe season. _ U may defy cold and damp and the eLS - Indigestion. If the appetite be too strong lor Si stomach, it wm brine the latter np to “concept pitch* If the stomach be In a fair condition and the delicate, tt v-IU etve t»» totter. ter the llquore of commerce are more’ freely dmh in summer, and their poisonous effeciaareofteabeuS cned to confluence of tbelrbelnc taken hot them—avoid them. All tbe aooddfcet* that roajSif , to derive from them you wUI surely realize fronTSl vltaUxinc agent. All the evil tmu you cannot If you .Imbibe then, you will amuredly avoid substitute ipr an. other, stimulant* the oniv a-»r« -25 kealthlhltonic, BOSThTTEIi'S BITTkRS refreshing vegetable cordial in yoor house, and you never feel Inclined to tasfe tha fiery stlmnlaot* wwS create a false thirst for themselves.asd woich are toredand adulterated and madeponeent for this t^T object. Tbo effect of tbeßltten lapredsely the nrn! of this. A small quonuty suffices for medicinal rail poses, and as they act medicinally and not aa m bthl ant, Urn weakest nervous otganlsaUon CTT nredby their operation. There leno preparattoa la tbs world that orodnear ineh marvellous effects to case of nausea. For m? ilcknese, according to the testimony of t&e and other officers of the principal imesof tbe eea-eomi stcame* and tbe uniform statements of the passes* era on Ipfcoard, the Bitters are am immediate and never-faUtair antidote. - Id trier, as a aafEguard against all distraite, end m ■ core for ordinary complaint* of the stomach, tbo Urea and the bowete, there is no tonic and alterative, rejt* - übleor mineral, that can be placed on a par with He* tetter’s Bitten.' .. Be sore,bowerer,toobtain the genuine article. la spite of all the precautions of tbo proprietors, ibeorift iwat bottles are sometime* filled wlta alcoholic potooß, which ta passed off by scoundrels upon the tuuoopeefr is* as the true elixir. Therefore boy only of dealer* ofestabllsbed reporatfoo. Tbeardeniiraed do theft utmost to protect the public against coomertblta,*®* the public. as a favor to both parties, not ftp Oi irreapcnalWa tndirtdgslsorgaas. CAUTION. yUE GOVERNMENT ENDORSEMffiSY, la order to cnard azalnst dangerous tmposlttooi, .public are requested to take.especial lhebee» tiioEy enirruTcU proprietory stamp, through wiuch Che Government of the United States oQtciuily cate* every bottle of HOSTETTEE’SBITfEES. TU* ahUdthrown by the Government over the proprietors and the public for their Joint protection, la placed eon. gpicnocaly aurora the cork and over the neck of each bottle, and cannst fall to strike the eyeoftbemcit carnal observer. Nothing that purports to be QOi TETTER’S BITTERS can be genuine, tmlM the stamp lather*. It laalMprocer to state that the BITTEES are sold exclusively In glass, and never under any cw«» stances by the gallon or the barrel. Imposters and Imitator* are abroad, acd the onlyaafeauardthepnl* lie hare against them Is to see that the Bitten ttv buy bare the engraved label end noteof hand of Means. Hoetetter and Smith, and th* stamp ahovs mentioned. •• Bnpared and sold by. HOSTETTE* A 93HXH*

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