Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 13, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 13, 1864 Page 3
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Special is l otires. ISfiSsa’A glutau Cuts u a» u.o*i ma .ztraordicary •***• over diacov«rsa It ctianeei tuc«u> burst »ca ttd nacd* to • pearly aatu testura of rartteles maatv, u&Dtnun tut o-roic purify m y*nta, aad 'tioutuirw appraraoce w loriutt Is tbe city belle fashion. It reo*oye* tan. freckle* pimple* aad •eehteM frotr tbe elda. >«*v»er thr eomplexise sesfa, truKtareut aoo emooth. ••cantatas no mate .’tsltatonooi to toe *sin. trnc,rw3 Y A ct t aM f! fed Opera eineen. *» * veTT l%ir ,booM WVB. Sold -rnryciiere. ' Prepare** by w - *• QAOAK.Troy. H. T# Address all order* to •DA! a* 3. BaRNBS & CO, New York. SttC-VUIVn r*ru H>r* IL Anders Co«*8 . lOOIKS WATSB. y»ii toiler oca acot Qi« boost. Uteo, Ib> csrs. DXdBVTITB I'BCaw* u< OlajDVLjlß Btvtbic, ft* ib.iuu •mcl bu •Uoiidno t** qmi et thit ram ’ tCj !■ ar*.T»u practice a*a tbe entonoiaentol weA tealactberltT,eo»t*le ef torecocrtentf it to the pras. uco&cf an* te* potiiic fecli&t eon*aest teat with a Aar trial It *IU attest ia own *zcfci)emce lo tee cert ST Ctrjue Duewie* w*ucb indicate ledme, such u ku-OMiiA ’'Ho-scnm*. aob umretoEs, Coast, •Utb* aae kn»a «t »ia*Aßas. *-sbvou» *wriwu, tkttscßAUM*. Dtspbpsla, Dooilut, irrsau, Ac. FbZßicJau* aoiay re;j e»oc me anuorta straocte ot lodUie WaterMcoßtUmiuiter^eqn»rter*rala*rvox (coiae lo e&ec tuuQ ouuce ru aa -»ux,au .yon tszvo tr»KC. It tteut lisd* to eecumpasiK. e oor ibeatooeeiisl) for&td itu«Q*litieai neither to tbe iodine uojo.ze« uor o* tiuaiuea or cotcbliutioo with iny loueclfttt, rv&oniUik uu> •nocico sapenor to toy etbti tj-etboe o* «xb‘nmnr iod*n». >mi dlracucoi eaeb bottle th*t ttuy 5e msec at * uoily f 1 ) o* by tbe profev Uoo. meeone dollar per oottic. Oe rroclpt of fire do)- or*, rtz bottle* del'T-rcd FLZU b> csrreu to anj idere«» Hewtre oi Conottriein eao liueatioa# votcb on •tlaapled atalerr etdearot to die.roec ei o& ear rep itatloo S«e oor tin- end trt-Ce oarKth*. Oceek word bewtiQi tblr e**verj|Mon*t»l > npoa tbe label* md of crab battle. wiUioot vbich a on* I* jJR- a, a>T>URS A CO- Ffiya'Cifcfrt w.d Cbr*Ttl*to.4*JS Broadway, N.T. 7or *2.l* by BLIBt A LoXe-«L, CUcOSO. TnTQ*aA»i* It is not often wesprak ol* f?hy* Hidnns, Bat we can cheerfully wy Dr. Whfrter has richly ean.es tbe vie«*nre*o repa au c •' icabcnswea loy*. Ha h»* tUicer pr» tlee tba« a-yota.rfJT tlcitn tei btea«o, i» tbe tra»tueei o ad teota c.s ui(i wluch n*»o a • :>erc* are p*r*aatitnt core, namely: mT-*e<l'i**ef & ymli* tbei»fc'iflt«ea ya*t»derut«e b<* wrolc Uri*e aadatteoti B is t <os« uuiorto: ate <*ae * *bi huoT* uath-d tctttfli et ether pby*>n*xt Be ii mo*' taec-etml in tke meatnett of aU tboer roeei* wtJ'cb ««?r* *orz.rt j coost- kred IB curabia. Be it *br oo'iKfb rof e Sew wort eaUod ■tee ••Mi , rorot T ut*;o-,All eea mre •biieU," which w!Ub- maUe io-l>o*i receloter ten* ceati •to pispey test-ze 4i h- 1* *n e« aox o*« to Co all the rooc be c«:. an? o e miy -nl *nd receive k * epuioa epoe »hu*e mrvit c-iUcal mattars fret ef oea-e* fiflice »»d r*r or* Gt curt e*r?et. Fast ®Qlr* V:"t LI. hu»\L«*S fjlcffj 60Ufld ? nUH. sets <»7-lwls Special Notice* UPHAM*B B-rib GLOSt- AN vCKUKS rLtHP b» tbe b**« bvdr-d'fs.M'B lo toe «or;U. Ittmoorua Mutvui c o» vo tbe t» ir, ko-.pt tt .s curl, erometes lie crowtn, fcc. Price, W wdr a b.-ttle. (TPSAtf’e TKTIW * *nr* Ml Ipeed? eve for Tetter. S*.t liheam, C apped Hand*, Sarf>cr*e itch-Arc. PHce va b->*. DPEatt’*' e«TBMA CU ;E m<teret ihemaat rlo test paroxjuut et 10 adopt os, and tffacla ftfpeeavc’tr*. P/tr». S3 *p*-clr'-ce FK«rB.L*» »awi*hf.R rem*Ti« °implC6 oi -h? fice,t »t*C£» the skis ana Beav-ifle’ B< DB Vi°y , ‘'*H T K’a LKK pLTXItt. the r«« K«* rIM iu re;tcrei to mail* rlror ell w*o ara eoiferj g wctu liot-trcd apiad Coerev. Hcnvni D«o-iu»,a -.amUirtrom whatever Mn W 4 p/*i e Uk p.cktir* Tai aa in stain coiontte wu* ten aao n<-.u**acbea Or«u.U*-i aa- & or browa. It aocMFtacf cd'* o» e Co or will not We *«r*, e ZSZS?*«** *a*t, rtn l»-rni»t» ke*r*» inr <T*>iraro, . Cotgate’H «6onc> noup. TbU Cil-b.-r.vco vuilKTbway*, \n *ucb unlvonol apirfa-.d, u*ct frr;m >be sa’enala, u mild abc <=cl 1.4,1 u. iu ta urt. UrwUu soot tbsaan. JTOT »l« by *<l ntatsitv and K*ncy Good* Dealers. Jt2C-uTU'.y -n-BAT-Tir Upham’s warn GT 053 AKi. CCRLIKG FIUTD 1* the best b*ir.orcf*l( e le r.ic»o'id It lxpvn a beautiful ClcutotbcHkir.it+p* tiacarl, promo e*it*growth, Ac. Ftlce, Mce Ufc Dome SPiiA>VTK 'T> UOI>TBEST » a*TO aodapee* dj erne tv l’eU»r, S*lt Kbcon, Caappod Hahdi,.Bar bar’eltch.Ac Ptice.sOcetUobox. rrBAUA Asrb«ACß*s relieves the njottrie* lentparox jioji ot Attbibt id icg miDatOi and tHecU aar'edyeme. Frier,li»p*ct.ce• UFBAM*S FETEKAND A 9DE SPECIFIC il war ranted to core any c*m vt Gull* at.d Fevex.io m»v itr bow Icac ataadlag fnc',1 I »i*ox. Ui*HAU*» DE-:L*TO.IT POWDER will reaore tbe hair won low r«r»he»da la Qre cunnte*. wlthoot Injury to the «ttn. price. £1 * bottle. SR. LA PoßTl’a si -E ’he freatNerrlne and Urjuvenfctint H wHy, ic»tjre« ’om»B!TTitor oil who air *diT. rIBK irnu Icnpaired Spinal EatrcT, Krtrotu Stbi i:, Ac., ar-iue oom whatever cauac. Pace, »?aptc*apa. TRB JAPaKtsK HAIP.srATSc-.lon the Whiikera asdlloerucce a roaiti-o blar.B or rrowo. It cob* -* siiuofoßl* «i»e nr*i,vk>ioa. Color wu. not fade or Waaboot. Cr. 1 ? 50 c»t« m bir. Sold bi 6. C. Uf'Ua« Vi fiaoth Riehtb atreet. Phila delphia and by «i nra*Mai». Circoiara ten: tree, au»oSIS Sot tu TUfcaa. ta Ur* James* Ports or i> cl j*sm' wusaia House street,' Slew Otleau* La. ettabli ii-c In Ibfr.ca* germane**- 17 loc*b*a at sc lU*«oit.b street, tbi -aio, lihaolt. goecic-lai li.itoirw*w.*ntci Otn Mxncu dial, Soaoi c;.OVB «-cd »tl Kind* o< Blood and zib Di*ZA»aa Dier*au«Eß t o» a CoNTao.ots Vbbb tur«* vb*tr vl'b'iut Teaottiiic to bat ante a Nc'TTOAUza- • eoKiTWz outs ler all tumor* nßf* Dio-c , _ . Oi*uno ffi/ cx**«, *o*lo a* eemnal WeacieU, Nocturnal ape ‘ lon oi bronpht on by abase ot tee c<?eu*. -Arlj tt.cHs:rtton*. czces* or sctki ce btreioiari! •. -avsu-f to** ol coa- Ou'cu, Cftrr«*rton,*lmn»w* n-jfl '.-fire *ures icnaity, vntti otb-Jf d*.plo iMtutUi'-H y-i-pto-i;*,treated aad etfljc-nt by a» '-*a-'blr ui'thor.eevlaetauci Roe aadr>rpeof**. ol*et, r --oDo-rh*;*, *ir!ctrTv. and all dita«jcA iM.cn lor «» •<*. rt « unvete nature. Cl Mie mo* CLASS, urbere tbe bloor h»* br omt &oir'-ued, proopetar ?■-.. v- c — p,.u wa«—r* bllttetf, paltu to kc boA& aid b-iaet. throV-. nn*«, I)r*ut and body. »cr''mte. •itba- cumbsr ot •stTerlßC*- . Dr.Jkaitc le r«coia--*u«ta oj ilc pr<a* zenersllyoc tee&oata, ;■ e tu,U'.iy, a-iy ;.To.rva.,niolai*A ■ieslcoHfsM etc Tac*- Atr '-* c tboaidapply imme diately.atd b*-cor**» • 1 th-*e borrlpU dlf^Asas. Beaiemlter. ‘-r. Jaw>u* OiTc* a>.a Far <>rs are atBS 2ardclpb.be ▼•«t *.od Ufa-tKirn*tre?t*. Offlea oe*-u Lom 9 a. m nutll n p. m. cobUdautuL sell Qa7s-lt>; t>r. Clgclow, Confldcnttt.'Fl<>»ic'.a , iiu-ui ji • stLcul*. can oe o> nenltio r» i>*» rise*. <7> -oi n Uiars B*rees. •orcaroi WoDi.»,«.bic«Ko III.,l*4» oiocclroMtne PonOOtc.cr- »>) ilkrunic AU- Ditaass* Of • private oed d-"lcA-a iattu-c. is I*. »o terat, wuisb be traai* wubu-jtrA.ie it :vv«t«*arAiA, woere L*oi-n »*d «ou*u(t *be 00c or Wltbibe itn». tit priTfcC*. OIU -iLouit fo» S A !. toSF M.: it to 2 -.M O^BmaO’eatiaD* •oufldrritei Coatn-tat.-1§ fre-. a> ct-m f O Buz 15* £d;li»- Tv: »rAnp*a-a<r t.bu x-iidn»• Wealtb. Froffltb. lYrctor’a ion, rTofn ro- tn dorpltalajt private t-rset; kal»Ablec *»ilo.cd onuvllipaar antes, prrrCi ter<» ffi* «.M r *bro’i!c 'I e»tp* In their moit eev*:e and coanille te'. ***••«, Ib a va’y abort time, vllbcst t c u-a«i M-rrury- Toars ;• en »uff n*f lr**Ti *-. li ahu*e o-e Invited to *aii- a rui'ci tn-r -*rr»r«*d F-ma eirreeal*n* tlctavmdst on -übe-iv. Met-truatt.u ot p*rwia» Law.upsjo vr-ktYUrtir-L-* f O EB»'n we. »ncata call at •oce at-d b* ct-># Esai of cl.y r»fereac*« a* to üblUtr ate f nc.es*. »u«A-pM2-3lt ?RAO. f, V OK JPHY fu*. CIOLOGIOAL BWSEABC!irx,«i'«W bs read lysvuVbelr Jl trt*to on. *La*t>3wt how* us evil fasaUiariar salt abut* aid aibappy cec* •amlntnct fct fa*>Ttn-4, wfc a *ar« »ataod ol Uieellinr *-up»K- r.*‘y eip*x-««cc Ueutjr .ac tb* VhC Vt f >r. R. fc. BA.UBOW* J§M JiHlefi'ltlr E*«TJ-W k «j-e. Toh» H. 6CX> ?IL, «r BhtiioV-* itr«ft,Ch>c»ro.Dl ;UlOj Of SlAfO* JKfctT A CO-.KTJ**-. ««afcwn.i Stofrarks gtnntarfr Gittcra Greenbacks are Good J!UT Eohack’s are Better. ROBACK’S BITTERS. ©oodforalld*H«icenicnt of th*> Stomach. Biiioaxneac, UirxCoiaulamisDCGt-QtiralDelnUtv. ROBACK'«* BITTESS. coduom: tbt voodPTlnl toole rropertlo* .Sarins lone to toe appcUte one dyctatire organ. ROffA toted Udle* aud WYdesury nerao&s wOl fin'd la ■ teem on excellent totuc. ROBACK’S FITTERS. A wlncrltn foU hetpre eoob crea! vlll remove Indl- yestlcn and ail Liver diseases. C. W.BOB'.CK, compounder ox nomaeh Bttters, Slcod Panser and Blood FI:U, dutlHer a&d muoteo tZTft of Catawba and Swedish Brandiu.ud aU kinds of tee finest i>ome«tle*fciqno!Ti and •’tees, which arc t pLfl vtoolesfalc or tn oor destroy quantity. (6, £B, CO ul CS East TUr4 Street, CIKOIKKATI. ..... OHIO. far- f OT U ] e by Dnu cists a&d dcAlaxs In aedlctai eneroM* teroochom tee country. t-tawa-1* . sEfiuratlonal. titbs. select XtX echcol fob tousu ladies. Or. Michigan arc. and Twelfth street, re.ll Terr, will op»n MONDAY, BCpL Utt, liW, »ai3j4*“.T-i **at in u *■ ’TNSTJTnTE EOH I'OUXG LA _P_ DlEß.KorlhElda. ME6. aUACSEWBOS Ti fomln* a actual on the North Ride (or yonne la. aiea,witk the usual aepartn.en»*,Pr«6vry, In’erm*. •4tata and Callr-mate. m which an the branch** of English edncaiJoß are tnoroorhly lancht, with the pnfnMM. Mnsit and Drawing. For terms and atr •alar apfirto 850 Chicago ATenue, Hear Sash street. y< osai-ywis HEALQUaM Elts n OitTH CRH DEPARTMENT, . _ . .. coumnrs, 0, Atg.27,18W, -General Orders No. v*.. Danng the ensuing sixty dayi.no flra arms, powder «r ammoDiUoL or any kind »iu b* recalred, trana* ported, or deliverer o» any other jrcrwardlng Compary.wi nin the states within the limit* or tint D^p^no-nt. tiz: Ohio, In •Clara, lilUoir.and Micuigsn wiiha .t • permit irom *heae Headquarters, rrum General A P. Uoref. In. -Atanapolli, India* a, Geiertl u. E. IVae Bprlagfleld, llllnaii, or Lieutenant Go-oceJ B. h. 11*11, Detroi* jjlcblßar.nslMi ahipp-rt by or «i»liT*t e( i t 3 naan! «orlzed oflicer ol the Unueo tutu Go»ernment Dealers Inibesearticlae,or othtn h»vm« th«uala tbelr roawrasirn,.will mno rmt be permitted to ssll or adirar them dartar that lima U Is the doty of all Military Commander* and all yrorost Jlanhals and in - Ir tee that this Order 1» enforc'd, and ta >nr« up lo .'h articles as *iay beciindfitmely lold. ah ppel or dellTered, la eraalMt of It. Bock prrperty will at once be report «d to these Ha-deoart rt for the dtcuica of tha Com •n.&r.ri»T %i tO U» (tUpOtltlOß. Us r. ael 11 nc *r o-UT»rtn* inch articles da. Tipi: tills tire. If cow In tnsn*Ku.rxt eplln* u»t they ■may be forwardao to t»e ead of »uch U*Jlroads as now base them is powession. far sate keeping, wui be considered an era*lon ol this Order. The facts ot «och forwarding will be reported to these Head *'S?SSiß*Acf M.jor Official: 6. n, Lathkof, hu CoL and A- In. Gca. ocpe-qtes-2w «-pCOJs T OMY IS WEALTH.” Hit greatest of BOden Philosopher*, that *• a penny tarso is a P*Q*T earned, to £t£afl of de*:rryinr your ru,;e p»pw. pr»*oryv n, aßdre&lTfcfUtamTkletitlo sa«b. »bicbwewlUpaj SS. old nfwpucr, ot fvvj desenpnon wno> or . old oufcplil'tt r f al- tonoi.old circnlarr.band. •fiii. tickets cards, catalogues, and eld scrap paper ita varieties. in qoanuat •larre or sb«IC Also. JSewritlnapaper andecbor;lbooai.oldhiankl>ooaa, !t not bow must m&v te writm oa or Dsaisu<t __ ebsyttaTDewntwßw»w JOHN R petTTBON*. t «*i.pass Stas VS Knndolph streot* Sanfemg anfl jSrcljaitge. NATIONAii BANK OF A? cnicAoo: Capitol* 6200,000, jfo. £«* Lu'4le MtreeU U. S. DEPOSITORY & FISCAL AGENT. BPBSCKIPfIOKS BBCBT*BD FOB 7-30 Loan and 10-40 Gold Scor ing: Bonds. IBS AC O LOMBA£ D. JCBIAH LOMBARD, aoZSptBSSa Costicr. Pr-«'oot. ■J**KS HECHANIOS* NATIONAL SANK OF CHI'IAGO, CAPITAL.... .6230,00®. * ft nkliaTinfi coeipUoo with no tne proviriou #f the law, win os tte sth ol Jaly luUat, eotcatsoa bUBMils ttt Saukiae ••cce, 1M Lftks*st.} S&rUo Cftkfc Building, J. fODMi aOaJeaON. rrouoeat, FSWJAM.MV Pa.*s,Vic*Freit, GAEL *. w. JOKQS. bvJaiex. . . rtiAtun t)ironcn«.i cmtmovccnwnoxijm t thi cvnunor. t Jua* tt. 1664.5 •hy.fbfiaoctjry eneeaca prei-ctestoth« to* coca made toapp&oi Uat Tbs LechamFi~bancna] Earl o Uc*ecT a t»«. City o*’ GMcaao.itttaCcnrtyof ‘ookaa<- etateofimnofe. has been csjjr uzonlxod uda are accords; to tbs nwhlrsaenu Ol tti nct« Cobctou ealtut • Ar Act to provide a FanoaM carretcy, iccared by a plaejti oi I'Utre SiiMkorci. Ud to pcartA* ler {he ntTeuiaUou ard redemptisr tfe erecT.** *p»rovee Jane s, is 64. annbM ccmahoi* •its ail -a* ir rmoniod •aie Act r«io - r*e w b enmrlM «itr &*/■« ese». ajesmnr Sow therefore- I, EUGh Comp* woller of tt* inrMiej, da ber**b* eerbfy teat The MecLamci’seiosei Bark of ctirate, it tie dtr ol Chicare.tnlheCoastyo. Uauilpnccc tocutrsecca tba ar.staf4*oi n&eee tec i-ct 1c tet.l*o67 wacToou wrtoafi xcy bead I ua2> > tod mi c ; oxceti!* twsary eltUt dty el HUGH MCCULLOCH, &(-]sZ<6-Sie Comptroller of the Correacy.- Jl o? cucago, BoatbWest corner Lake aed CfcrZ-cns. CAFiraii* polo Uu > ■ • tuo&o&f* k. AILkW. prealdeat. BAtrL.V Kiarvpoas, V!oe-Prest. F. B.Ezaibtoo CMbisr. 23®ofs ana Sfloes. 186-4 -TEABS — I 6 KAWSON & BAftTLErr, 30 lake Street, Chicago, 111., Few Offer tor sols OKS Or TEE LABQRST STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES Brer brourbt to this market. T: three times c! bltb nrletf we believe that TWV SKST GOO s TEk CHRAP6ST. aad bare mwreo our Fall stock wlte etaco ai referrase te tbtoftet. Partlcv/ar attrrucm !* called to our CUSTOM* MADK oooT6.whlcbca2r3roTßZßZOaLi.ee. EXTKA BIZEB.A SPECIALITY. aa!P-p*as-tfii . gOOTS AND SHOES. REMOVAL. HALL, SOUTHWIOK & GO, SUCCESSORS TO BENEDICT HAU & CO., Har* removed to Nos. 384 & 386 SroadwKV. F2BST POOB ABOVE WBi*** S*- NEW YORK. We have greatly tntarged oux aanaiacCsrjnz danuv Bient, axo bow Lavs cosatautly on bona a very l&rre oeb ot Dae eewnl work «1 ouz own toanmaccuio, ic olßch oe tents the atunriOL at Western m rebanto. We make all tnt teuii suyes ot Men**. Boy** one louih*’ calf Sewfo bcota. rsimora’*, Conrreaa Galt on and Buckle fihoft u w»U ai badiei'. lUieea'aad ChOdicn** Hoipeco. Glove Ki ' and L*jhnc «o*k—all szachtne aewuo and v«r« Tt««t.auatlrv of zooda. \yIS.OgG«Y slji? fflljanblccs. QILBEET HTOBAED & CO. 6QOP CHAiVDLRRS, Dealers in TWINES AWDCORDAGE. 205 & 207 Eonth Water Street. Ocruet of Went, CHICAGO. We have at all times the largest and best auort snentlnthe Weitci MANILA AND TABRRD B JFS, DITCHING VOFES BAGS, BAtsGISQ eFi BUELdPA CANVAS. OAKUM, TAR, PITCH, CHATK9, ANO TACKLE BLOCKfI COAL TAB, HOOFING PITCH AMD FELTING COTTON, FLAX AND HEMP TWINE*. Tents, Awnings, Watson Covers, Tarpaulim, Regimental Colon, St&Edardc, Guidons, Flag>, &e. } to Order. g, nrrtc*BD. j. e tuebbb, e B.oixpnmi. gu&so-BSoe-im Eo CEontrartors. ASSISTANT QUfl.lt. kk mas JA. TEE'S OFFICE, Bock Island BL, Sept. 9th, I£6{, Oi oled Fropcaale Ib aurUeate ore invited and will beuceivca by tbeuntemsnea atbia office in Enck Llsad.ni., until roe*cay, 12 M ,ism day ol Septaa btr, iß!4.ior larihbuifi nicer ciutr Cut Iren Pipfs for W»-.er Works at E'cklriand Barracks, Illinois, of tbe foLewlng lenrtb, bare, teic-nue or caitji c*. vis: ];oo jeet S inch pore esatteg H Inebea tblek. SCDO •* 4 ** - “ X - ** ira ♦* 6 *• •* “ a * •• 7B) « 7 « *• “ *. *• - To be east in Itny tbs of 9 fact each, with male and f«- calel«U.tß,to beoiteeben coal ty f caiun; and waterticbx,*uhjtrt •# carrfm lniuec.lo*. Te brd*U>e«,iJ w tnin tbir 3 daji tub tet date of contract, unlea* ctbern*e order-a rytbe Quarter mesur Ge.erk! cr otbertroper aatborcr.atUock lcl*Bd,l<l'OU.frae(rt cbnrze.st cta&zcauuper pound lor tbe ftucc**»fm beder* vi 1 i>e prepared'center Into wrictes coztrsct wtbgcodane *arnc!'ntiecsrtiy, tznedairl; entbeae epia r.e oMhc^r.J»*. Eacb bidmzjtb inthe*ollow>ntterm, tbe subic ibrrs harepy pr.p »e to fornliaond de llvortot e Ucl-d h'nt»a arite Quartern pot at Rock itiacd. Illlno'j. thet»rma 01 yrex aivarnacncct iiTt icron-a **lsfor Amy PunpUra.cared Be;.ta 1 parse ,3SM toe oUowlrcar- UcUa. vlr: aod pla^p e ■■ ■ t» 'Eta- into a wmtw cast -act wtb Utlud States- with Rood *n ■ susiovad.ee’irl. tic*, wiimjj ib- cptac cl sre day* r bttsg LOUffcd that tea bid b v f ttr oecrntrd J-ORM Of GUABANIT. We, themndenuned, reUeii *o» -.intea , •oULtr of- ——.Mate -f beraby lolittyand eevttalty cccveLtrt wl b tea U lied States, and < tuar»*t« in cas- tbe u rrpr- cMd of -——be ac cepiedtbet be ortbev will wiuuu ■ ■ dava after tbe acrevtai ct of tie laid Mu. ftz'cute tbe cua’ra-t ter tbe ease with aa i ntllcient sore l-*,m a euro equal to cte-’tlid of tbe asiorut o. tb*con> tract. t» peiforatbs work Oi lorn ab tue an cle* pro- TK'ttd in ccworciity ta the tfraaot Adveraumeat dt*ed the ifM, under treicb be bicwaamade. Aid in rate ■al'i —— —«* *ll ten to enter into a contract ai a>or»pAl&. we pua-antv to tsaee rood tba riDenace betweea ibo tffrrby -nettid ——— and tbe neat lowiitr:»ponntle bidder, or tte person to Whom tbe contract cave aw«rc*A. Given ueder f m bandi auc scale 1 • teZAte] tb!s day or- i«4. f fzaxj Tbe nidcJ* coeo icaerve* tbe rlzbt to reiact any or Oil blC»ifdten;*a ■nriYT'AaoEiabte. Fid» will 1 r »m*rtairb-' lortbe entire quantity ie otredtebeiurn‘ah«c«aly. Fmafnt will be wafle at suet time* aud In rack for d* at la-T beprovidec by tea repatimcat. protoanla dim •* Proro’A'a fir C»at tnr* ior water Wo k»,*’ bb> aarreurd o Capt. B. F. EEHO, A. Q M.. Nt Ro-k Irland, lU'bols. A«y iuitb*rtuimß\a»icn desired wiube irompUy stv*«t on appllcaiicn to _8 F BK*O. * ea6-qtM 9t Capt A A Q.M. Shafts ani ©ijmitsle. T H. REED & CO., ** * IKPOBTHE3 U»D JOBBESS OP DRUGSAND CHEMICALS 89 Chicago, UL ALSO. DEAL LABQKLT 15 Palate* ODo, Window Glaoo, Gliso wares Bar-nine Oil*, K«ro*«&e f loapmaken) Siocto) Man fOctarers’ tioeds, Ac., WfeKftW! offer at pncr*f*vor»n!* to Wsstera Her* chants and Maniteeterars. J. H. Hna>, 'M Pearl it. eet, H. T. ? E. A. Eualbcy. Clncaro. f selS-nTSS-tt 3Ltiml)er. LUKBEB FIRM i W. BATCH ELLER & Ce. 5 Wholesale and Retail Dealers la GrHk Say aud Saginaw Lumbar, Ehlnglsa Lath Timber, Pickets, dts. Oaee and Yard, 174 south Canal street, bstWtS. Adams end Jaekron sti M CUeaco. ■ CABS LOADEB IB FARDi yf, Batcdzt.tzz, btboz hscx Formerly Pearson A Batch ellcr JyI»n234BOITUTEAtA Copartners!) ip. TVO-PARTNERSIIIP. Th» ra . \_J derflghefi hart this day fortastf a eoj>arta«r ■kipln the name and style of D. EUIBtu & CO- Beef and Pork Packers, Froylsldn Dealers, and Com* c.-nfiZn&K. ’(BURGEON GENEKAJL/B O*. O PICS; waisnrcTos, D. C-. Jana «. IB*4. WANTED —SubososiaJC eaaiarajrr Suboboki Toe ColosJO ikoori. Candidates moat ha f tradn* ataa of some Seraiar Medical College. ana mest be examined by a Board ot MedJcUOfflcsrs to to con vened by the Sutreop General, The Board will turrulne 7 whether tha candidate will ba appointed Burgeon or Axilstant Boreaoa. acaordln* to mem. Applications acccmpan'ed by ore or more t»Bw* mozdala from rtsnectabla persons, a« to moial char* actcr, Ac., ahonld he adcresaed to the Burgeon Genw rai, ri.fi.Al, wasticrton, D. C, or to tae Aislstanl Suißect Gereral u, g. A., LoalarlUe, Ay. Boardi are now in seralon at Boa ton New York, naming* ton, Cincinnati, 8t Looli and i»ew Orleans. ALSO WANTED—Hoppit-sx erkwxkDi yon OoJ> Csbd HteiKart. Candidates mart popes* a tali English ecncatiOß and be familiar with the compound* legend dispensing of nedieiaea. Aprl'caOo* most be maoc ae Id the cane of Burgeons and Assistant Cnrgeon*. Compenaatton iron »a.QI to $39.00 pax month* with clothing, rations, feel and quarters. Term of serrlcc, s yean, job. K.BARNES, Acting Burgeon General* i jl.ffi23W»atew w HARD COAL. The u- dersigued are train tecelvtog at their Gcal Yard a few hundred tons of very superior LACKAWL’VA COAL, XGG, STOVE AND RANGE SIZES. Also on h&sd, LEHIGH COAL, aad the ba«t kind of ZRIS COAL and UaBIILLCX GOAL, which wnl ba screened and deliverea at the lowest market prlcas. Tare at northeaat corner of Irdlaaa and Ktncsfeary streeta. north braach of Chicago Birer, opposite depot of C. A J*. W. li, B. teßq«£hiw RKFO A LITTLE. TVTTDICAL.—The Chicago North- ATA western Co l»re Vesical Ikpsrlmsnt wl l eom third Annual eeu'or on u>e fit THBd- DAY.It Jißnkrr.A-D.ißea Thosehcldlngßckoiar. snlpi sre requeued tocommenca witath-.ta xa. Tha "**D«partroa - twin commesra at tha tawo'lma. w5i r a-i L^V*' t,cn .^ r> aCd-esiH.B. DODGE. U D. Box .».5. Chleapo. m. . sei# qUUAOS D * A * JACKSON, Importer of Famines. 142 Lake »u. op nstr*. can anp ply Epc itb, Frerrh. anr German {(catena for Lsdlca* and Children** C-oatnnae*. Eiaer slßCie or bribe Set. at Hew Torn Micof order* promptly ex«cnted,wtaes atco»p«iiedbyibi cash, >• collected by Express on dearerv A6ar*m i^b.A^ACESOK’. r O.BOIns. cue ifi. A “ re “ Cljicago tribune. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, WO. ' Blocs Meeting in Southern Illinois. Hon William tiroes, candidate lor Lieut- Governor, and Hob, D. L. Poiliips, U. 3. Marshall for tbs District of Southern Illl cole, "(7)11 tpesk at Union mass meetings at the following places, at 2 p. m, * Pars. CbristUß County Wednesday, Sept. 14 vauoadft, Faietie County,. .. Thursday, Sept. 18 Grct-uviiie, Bond Co.. Friday, Sept 16 Centals, Clinton Co Sjtnrday, Sept. 17 Lawrtnceviflf. Lawrence Co Monday, Sept 19 Mt, Carmel, Wabaoh Co ....Tuesday, 8eo'» S3 Falrfiejd, Wayne Co Wednesday, Sept. 31 Mt Verson, Jefferson Co Thn»*d'y, S-.pt.2J Bentoi, Framcln Co Friday Seat 23 McLeaceboro, Hamilton Co Saturday, Sep%24 Cannl. White Co Momay, riept, 25 Durrivnomh Sailse Co Wednesday, Sept, 23 Marion, Wflliomfou Co lbnn*d*y, Sept. 2* Vicuna, Johnson Co Friday, Stpt, <0 Joncfhoro, tfcnonCo Saturday, Oct. 1 Carooedale, Jackaon Co Monday, Oct. 8 Frank Lombard, tbs distinguished vocalist, will be present at all three meetings and slug several of bis inimitable campaign songs. Union newspapers In ail the towns and counties above named are respectfully re quested to copy the appointments and notice tbc meetings editorially. The friends of the Union where the meetings are to beheld will pie* ee provide the place-for speaking, and make all the necessary preliminary arrange ments. They are also requested to engage a cenvt jGcce for the speakers to the neztplace of meeting, where they are not on the line ef seme railroad. By order of the Uninn State Central Com mittee. T. J. Turner, Chairman. Jab. P. Root, Secretary, Ikot Gov, Baffin aa’a Appointments, with Bev. Charles XUetole aad A»j. Slex, Fi SteTesi, Th* above gentlemen will address our Ger man felloe-citizens as follows: Galena, Thursday evening, t*th Sept. Freeport, Friday events;, 16th Sept. Gov. Hoffman aad other German speakers will hold mass meetings, in German, in dif ferent parts of the Slate. Hod, J D. Ward’s Appointments. Naperville. Dupage Co Thursday, Sept. 15. Sandwich, De Kalb Co Friday, Sept 16. Meodoto, LaSal e Co Saturday, Sept. 17. Eewau*«. tloiiry Co Monday, Sept. 19. T<>uloo, btsrk Co .Tuesday, Sept. 20. AUuoaa, Knox C 0.... ....Wednesday, Sept 21. Carthjse, Eatcock Co Thursday, Sept. 52. Quincy, Adam* Co Batureav, Sept 21. Pltuflels, l*lte Co llouday, Sept. 38. Csrrolton, Greene Co Wednesday, Sept. 24. Edw&rosville, Hadi*oa Co Friday, beat. 30. Bellville, Bt. Clair Co Saturday, Oct. 1 800. R. W, nonlton’B Appointment*. Candidate tor Congrcos at Large. Davssua. Mason Co Sept. 15 Beard Mown. C*f» Co Sept. 16 Pekin, Tazewell Co ....... - Sept 17 Bloomington, McLean Co Sept. 19 (An evening meeting.) EiPaso, Woodford Co Sept. 21 Waebtoglon, Tazewell C 0.... Bept.22 Hon 8. M. Cullom will speak at each of the above meeting!. Peoria Saturday, Sept. 24 L*com . Monday, Sept. 28 Hcsoepln Tac.dty, Sept. 27 How. E. C. Ikoeksoll will spc&k at the latU-r places. Ottowa Wednesday, Sept. 23 items Thursday, Sept 29 Joliet Friany, Sept. 30 TorkvUle, DcKalb Co OcL 1 Hok. W. T. Hofeiks, candidate for Elector will speak at these meetings. Weooca Monday, Oct. 3 With E G. Ikoebsoll and Jesse Ltkch. 19851 SerCrga-OeD. Ozlcshpa Ap pointments. Gen. Oglssbv will epeak as follows: Galesburg. Knox cocnty Tuesday, Sept. 20. Levi»ton, Felton county. ... Wednesday, Sept 21. Macomb, McDonoiuli county.... Friday, Sent 21. Quincy. Adams county Saturday, Sept. 24. Pilttficld, Pike coonry Monday, Sept. 26. Carrolton. Green couutv Wednesday, Sept. 23. Edwardev&ic, Madleon county....Friday, Sept. 30. Bellville, St- Clair county Saturday, Oct. 1. Gen. Farnsworth and Wm. Bross, candi date for Lieutenant Governor, will speak with Gen. Ogl. sbj at Woodstock, and Mr. Bross will also speak with Gen. Oglesby at Dixon, Sterling and Morrison. Mass meetings will he held at each of ths above places. The Lombards will be present to sing. OiV, Yales and Wm. Pitt .Kellogg?* Appointments* ewlcton, Fulton Co ....Wednesday, Sept. 31. <.lacomb, McDonozh Co Friday, Sept. 33. • Jonmouib.Warrcn Co Saturday, Sept. 24. Pquawko, Rendereon Co Monday, Sept2B. Mercer Co Tuesday, Sept. 27. -.lock island, Bock Island Co..Wednesday, Sept.2d. -titrardeville, Madison Co Friday, Sept 30. Dehvllie, St.Clair <-•. Saturday, Oct. 1 TBE QUESTIONS OF THE B«U8. Speeches by Ex-Seoretaiy Chase, Gen. Unrnside and Gen. Hooke], Letter from the Late Com. Crarcn. rAt the late centennial aaniversary of Brown University, Gov. Chaee, ol Ohio, In response to a call from the Chairman, spoke as follows: 2fr. President aud Gentlemen—l hardly feel as ii I had a right to speak In this assembly; it is a gathering of brethren around the fami ly altar. Another reason why 1 ought not to make a speech is, that I have none to make It is true that for several years I have been making notes: but speech ii not jet ready. I have seen several laces here which re mind me of the early scenes of 1801. In February ol that ycac 'I met a number ot patriotic Rhode Island men in the city of IVt-sbincton, upon the invitation of the Gov ernor, aad wc put our he together to se« if we could Lot contrive some basis of peace. We were not ns fortunate as peace-makers onght to be. It might have been otherwise had these brethren of ours in the Soatb, whom we expect to call brethren hereafter though we now unfortunately arc obliged to ‘ term them rebels, bad they been willing to listen to sound reason. But I remember pne thing said by the Rhode Islanders was—they were overflowing with devotion to the Union, as we nil were, hut their patriotism struck me as a little pe culiar —they, said tte people in Rhode Island were so patriotic tbat no earthly inducement could drive them out of tbe Union, so that it followed logically that Rhode Island would he the last iu it, and she would be obliged to pay the national debt. It ntfded to th« ex treme aggravation of tbe case that they were able to pay it; it would not have mattered go much it they had not able. 'Weil. I think by the blessing of God this Union will stand. There Is not a heart in all this presence which does not invoke from tbe Divine Being tbc perpetuity of this Union. Differ how wc may, wi all ugrec in tbat; and let me say to my friends here in Rhode Isl and, as the Union is to stand, no matter what clouds may lo*cr, the sun will yet shine, and centennial anniversary after centennial anni versary will come round, long after tbe ex istence and permanence of thu Union Is es tablished ; and allow me to say tbat of course Rhode Island will not have to pay the na tional debt; and let me earnestly advise that the same amount, or at least a quarter of it, bepaid over to Brown University. While you have been here indulging in mu-' tual confidcices, you have called for a stranger from a foreign land to say to you acme words as to the sentiments that exist on the other side of the water, and you have called upon a citizen of Rhode Island—for as- a citizen of the Union I am a citizen ol Rhode Itland—to say a few words expres sive of American feeling. I had the misfortune myself last fall to he somewhat quoted in England as the author of some expressions which were not alto gether kind. I said then that 1 thought our mother England had not been precisely just in her dialings with us—a little less than magnanimous, a great deal lees than kind, ana tbat when the Alabama went forth upon the ocean, built in a British port, armed with British cjudod, manned by British sol diers, “Freighted with curees dark upon the eea,” I could not help thlnkiug, old England. I should like to get hold of your hair and givo you a good shaking. Aid it is never best to disguise your real sentiments. - We did receive the Princa •of Wales here; we received him with a gush of genuine, earnest American feeling. Our hearts went forth to him as the representa tive of a great branch of the Anglo-Saxon family beyond the water. Every heart in America was thinking of the time wbca we sbonld be a great people If not under one government, and one great people, animated by the same ideas and standing before the whole world as tha representative of consti tutional liberty. Tbat is the way we felt when this rebel lion broke out, and when men in tbe mad mess of their devotion to slavery sought to pnll down the nillars of the republic, and re turn fer that love and gushing emotion, which went lortb to the heir of the English crown, wc find cold and averted looks, un kind and ungenerous sentiments, taunting us in the hour of onr calamity, pirates sent forth upon tbe sea, how could we feel other wise than hostile to England—we did feel so, and we feel so yet. But wc hope for better days. We hope that the time will come when England will see that she consults neither her -true inte rests nor her true honor in untraiernal sen timents towards America. And we rejoice that there are some men on tbe other side of the Atlantic who dare to speak In rebuke of tmfratcrnal sentiments. Amos? those who hare thus spokes, those mpon*whom we rely for returning amity and sentiments of Christian and fraternal lore, Is the honored man who has spoken to-day. in tout name, in the name of my own fellow citizens of the great city beyond the Alle ghenies, In the name of all the loyal men of America, I thank him. Among the othernames is the name of the man to whose letter he referred, Johnßright. He knows we hate war as mnch as he does; we do not make war because wo lore it, but because we lovcpeace. We long for the re turn ot peace. We go Into tho war because we must, if we would rescue this hope of mankind. The same sentiments I have heard from their great colleague, the great Richard Cobden—a trinity of names for the honor or our country; let them be assnrtd that wo appreciate them. „ 4 There is another class of men that we do appreciate, whose voice has been beard in our favor, the Lancashire workmen, Who cannot be persuaded into infidelity to freedom by the aristocracy of England. God bless the workingmen ot England! Let us hope, then, that after this storm of war shall bare blown over and our country, stands once more united, redeemed, regene rated, in all the rigor of universal freedom, is all tho strength ot resuscitated energy, . that then wc may Daren couamuuisg with the worlds* met of England, or their repre sentatives. with tbe iutelllgeace and worth which loves and honors freedom vherever tt 1* seen, and that we may be united together In building a new great confederation of the human race; when fro® all dimes, in some future day, there shall meet and gather round seme centre, tbe represeetatives of tbc par liament of men from tbe conf*deraMon of the -orld; thee, wslie we number ear ora illustrious men in that p*rlUment, men who have founded and men who h*vo saved the Republic, iu that parliament of the world— In thu- ccnfcdentioß of tasa—shall Bright, Golden and Gold win Smits be fresul /re metabered. GO. SUBKSIPB. Upon the same occasion Gen. Baraslde spoke ss follows: .When our nation was in danger, It became the duty of every citizen to do all in his power to aid the eztsiiug authorities In tb ir efforts to stay toe danger. By the lulilllmetit of thtir duty, ®or umj-1 may say our gal Unt, efficient army— «as created: and no utrnpumnt cl« ment o! that army w*a can stituted by the gallant volunteers ITom this noble Stale who were almost tae first to go to the Capitol for i>s defesse; and among them were many of the distinguished gradu ates of this nobl* ioftltntlon, whs hive per formed noble and gallaat service in onrarosy, aid fcauj are now perforialng such service, and I as one woo has bees dignified sod hon ored by tbe title of an honorary eradntte of Brown University, he; to think you for tee kloo remembrance in which you- have held tboer graduates on thisaurpicious day. But, my friends, I may oe excused it I say to you that wbiUt we suould remember the servicts or these gcstlemeu aad the estima tion in which they are held by the communi ty, we should not forget that a duty de volves upon us which we should b: induced to perform from the same motives which in duced them to go to the field A duty de volves upon as to support and foster that army It should be encouraged. It suould ho reinforced. It is actuated by principles which have been taught to its prominent members, by this institution and kindred In suiutioua in our country, und It la now es sentially csmpostd or a body of men who are determined to do all in their pawer to re-es tabJieli tbe authority bl tte government ov-r every foot of Its icrrlUry, and to see that all causes of bickering shall b: forever eradicated from our social system. In order that they may be able to accomplish tais, it devolves upon us t* do all in one power to sustain them. There can be no such talug as laying down of arms, or cec-eatiou of hoatUiiis*, un til the entire authority ot this government is acknowledged by every citizen of our coun try. 'Any action of that kind on the part ol our people would, my friends, I assure you. tesult.in the overrunning of our border, and a positive, detcimlnttt demand lonndetnulty to men who are now raising their hands against the government which ntver did them aught hut good. There can be bo such thing as cbzhpruuiise until th* absolute and positive authority nf the government is ac knowledged. Now, my friends, you have put this army Into the field and placed it under tbs control and direction of promiccnt. successful lead eis. Tbe news ol the last few days should convince every true friend to his country that onr western army Is led by as good atd true a soldier as ever trod shoe leather, and who will dura to say that he who is In com mand of all our armies. Is not a gallant loyal and truthful solditr Is there a man within the sound of my voice who doubia the hon esty and ability of Lieut Geo. Grant? ‘ls it not the duty of every loyal citizen of the Uni ted States to support him Y Would it not be cowardly for us to say that this rebellion cannot be crushed, and the authority of tbs government sustained ? There is la my mind no question of It, Oar army is not a merca cary army. It is composed of ojr own citi zens. Every praylog to an in the army,—and there are & great many more of them than we ore apt to imagine—l say every praying man Ja cur army asks of God dully, almost hourly, that peace may bs re-estabbshed; but whilst that desire is uppermost in his heart, no hon est, kjal, and true soldier will ever consent to a division of Lis country. TVe can do much here to encourage aad reinforce our armies In the field. They not only want numbers, but they want cocour ligemenr, and we should all cease from mak ing discouraging remarks, from writing dis couraging letters, and using influences which weaken men that we have sent to the field. I beg that I may be excused for having dwelt so prominently upon this topic. I will content myself with thanking yon for the kind remembrance in which you are pleased to hold the graduates and honorary graduates of your institution who have been and aie now in the army. GEE. HOOKER. “Fighting Joe” Hooker was recently sere naded at 'Watertown, N. T., and retnraedhis compliments thus: * “Fellow Citizens, You have come here to rejoice at the success of the Union arms 1b Whisk I am ready .to join you heart and hand. My business is fighting and not speech-making; but let me now tell you that the army of Sherman is invincible, and can not be disheartened. \Te must treat this rebellion as a wite parent would a vicious child—be must whip him into subjection— no milder discipline would answer the pur pose. Some are crying peace; but there can be no peace so long at a rebel eta be found with arms In bis hands. Woe be to those who cry peace where there is no peace! This Union must be preserved, and there is no way of preserving it but by the power ol onr arms—by fighting the conspiracy to death. This rebellion is tottering now while I spsak; it is going down, down, and will soon tum ble into ruin. Politicians may talk to yon about the cause of the war, bat I say put down the rebellion, aud then if you choose inquire into tbe cause of iu Bat first put down thfrlßßUfgenU—first whip thorn, and then talk about the cause it youbarenuthiog else to encage your attention. I believe in treating the rebellion as Gca. Jackson treated Indians—whip them first and tu&t wjththem&iterwards. Xho Ueioacaa not be divided, Ist politicians talk as they may; for ir division commences, where are you to tud? first, the South would go, then tbe Pacific Slates, then New England, and I hear that one notorious politician has advo cated that the city ol New York should se cede from the empire State. In such cue there would be no end to rebellion. Gentle men, every interest yon hare depends upon the success of our cause, every dollar you possess is at etaka In the preservation of tuls ÜbJon. It will belter accord with my feel ings to see tbc limits of onr glorious country extended rather than circumscribed, and we may feel It a national necessity to enlarge onr bordeis at no distant day. This Union, gen tlemen, cannot bs dissolved as long as Che army have guns to fifht with; furnish men and muskets aud the union Is secure. Fel low citizens, thankiig you for tbe honor of y our call aud the patriotic spirit you mani fest I bid you a cordial good night. jyaUriwcn, Sept. 0, 18dL COM. CRAVES. The following letter from the gallant Com. Craven, who went down In tue Monitor Tecnmech, off Mobile, will be read with In terest in this connection: U. S. STBAX2R, TOJCABORA, i SocnuunroK, July 11,1SSL} G. Jclan Basset, Esq.— Sir; I thank you for your very kindly expressed letter ot sympathy for zny bleeding, suffering, agon ized country. X thank you for the papers too; papers bearing a title so home-like—for I am citizen of the State of JVeto Jersey, and there my family reside. I thank my God that there arc to be found tome truehearted, honest and faithful Eng lishmen; true to tbe liberties which first dawned in “Magna Coarta;” honest In maintaining the principles of constitutional law; and lalthful in their desire to observe obligations due to a friendly nation. From the articles in the papers sent me, I perceive you are well informed as to the true position of the contending parties; and It may be presusaption on my part to endeavor to add any thing to your evidently good stock of the history of this wicked rebellion. X must however say that there Is nothing savoring oi democracy la the principle which instigated this rebellion, hut exactly tbe re verse: y on correctly style it the “revolt of the Slave oligarchy.” Tbe original slave States have in their State laws and organiza tions nothing of Democracy visible; noth ing, I say, in their organic law which recog nizes the equality oi the poor man. Behold the State of South Carolina, with its popula tion of 270,000 whtea and 355 000 slaves! I have not at hand the census returns of 1850, or I could give you the number of slave owners in that State; yon would be surpris ed to see how bution; the wealthier planters hold each from 700 to 1,200 tlayes; there are but few of them holding less tba« 300. In this State the treason commenced, in this State of South Carolina, whose planters govern with a nerce despotiemwhlch would not be tolerated in . any European State. You may regard this as m contravention of the Constitution of the United States, which requires th*t each State shall have a republican form of gov ernment— aye, it ifi republican iu form, but not in fact; every planter holds, to some extent, the life ol his sL*ve in his power, oud juries have been very rarely convened for ths trial of a man for shooting hhown Have; and if the form ot an investigation is sometimes made, it is merely to declare the act-“ Justi fiable.” Throughout the South tbe laboring white man is styled “poor white trash,” and even ths negroes are taught to regard with con tempt the white wno laoors for bis bread. This policy of the wealthy classes has not only excluded from their “sacred soil” for eign emigration, but It has reduced the “poor white trash,” bom among them, to a degrad ed claes of vagabond ruffians, ripe for any act of brutality. You will thus perceive bow it is tbit the slave States, embracing as they do a much larger area than the free States, have a popu lation of lees than 7,000,000 whites, while the free States hold more than 21,000,000. The slave owners, who are the landed proprietors ot the South, number about 500,000 men, holding lour millions of slaves, aud among a few of this class has this treason h*d its ori gin.* Men embittered by political defeat and disappointed ambition; men whose reason is blinded by passion; men who have madly Slauned their severance from the Union, that hey might establish a monarchy on the ruins of the South. The same men were the instigators of the raids against Cabs In 1850, and more recently against Central America. A lawless, Godless set ot robbers; and how they have received sympathy, aid and com fort from the government of Great Britain is a matter well understood In the United States, whose people will never forgive any foreign interference; will never forget tbe blundering and stupid errors of the British Ministry. 1 We hope and pray that the war will be speedily brought to a close, but that happy event can never be realized except in the re construction of the Union. There can be no desirable peace with a geographical divisioa: no quiet except tbe rebellion is crushed a*a its leaders brought to tbe scaffold, to expiate the crimes which have deluged their laud with hlood. TVlth great respect, Yours obediently, T. Augustus Cbavex. On a Late Load Nol»«« The loud buzz and hum and chatter of the Cbicsgo Convention, aad of the McClellan ratification meetings, says IT*rper*t Weekly? might induce & heedless observer to believe that they trnlT represented the opinion of the American People, and tbit ire all supposed wch&d been ef our lioertlcs with out knowing It, and had yielded to a tyranni cal despotism under the delusion that we were maintaining our own lawful Govern-, mr-nL Such a chatter about desnotUm and despots might m*ke aa observer imagine that the aMortaae of tbe conalry U nut that a desprrate conspiracy is strivlag to overthrow the Goverament.bat RhattheGov cr ament b&s tbe nablnihiog effrontery not to yield to its assassins. To* noise -f the poli ticians at Chicago, contrasted with the set tled patriotism of the Amerlcin people, re calls the famous figure of Burke: “ Because half a dozen praashsppers uader a fernnnee the fid ring «ith .their importunate cams, While thousands of great cattle, reposed b;- neata the shadow of the BrltUn oak, chew the cud and are silent, it is not to be imagi*. cd that those who make ths noise ire the only Inhabitants of the field; that, of course, they are many Innuaber, or. that, after all, they,are otter than the little, shriveled, mea gre, hopping, though loud and troublesome insects of the hour." ,ke Weitcro ffanltary Pair. lFr.ni U. N. T Tribune, Sept.»,] The "Western Illinois Sanitary Fair will onon at Quincy, 111, on the llth of October, Illinois baa tent nearly 200,000 sol Here to fight for tho Union, and "111 probably have 75,000 in the service oa the day aforesaid. Ber “Peace” Copperheads ars of the very worst tribe—bating “Tankeea” as intensely as “ niegers,” and fierce for a Western Con federacy os a prelude to admission into that of Jefl. Davis In short, her loyal men are intensely loyal; and* if her soldiers in the field could vote as ours can, she-would give Lincoln and Johnson at least 25,000 majority. As it is, shewlU give them enough. Can’t we of the East do something in aid of this Fair? Terrible mtafttropbn In Anatrlan Foland-140 I'cupleDrownotL [From tho Laudon Star.] As Is usual each year, tbe iDduigeuces at tached to the solemnity of the assumption of the Virgin recently attracted unmoersof pilgrims towards the sanctuary ot Kalwnrya Zebrzydoweka, situated five miles Iroia Cra cow. A large portion of the pilgrims, la st eat of returning by tho way of Cracow, took the most direct route across the Vistula at Czemichow; but at the river w&s much swollen by recent rains, tho passage was aet made in tbe ordinary ferry boat, bat it a large cruin barge into which 300 country pcople“ot both entered, accompmltd by a Sew who htd hired tbe vessel, and who was well provided with brandy, woich he expected to retail as the vessel eroaacd. The \)outme»,who were much tbe worse lorthelr potations, could not maotge the vessel against tbe powerful current, nod Instead of making the ordinary lauding phes, they ran aeftfnat a vessel anchored oa the right bank, and with aneb violence that tbe barge was broken up and a great number of tueptf eergen sank with ber, while others were carried away by tbs stream. Assistance was promptly rendered by the vend which was at anchor, and wnmburs of straggling people were saved, bnt 150 were drowned. They were all natives of villages In the envi rons of Cracow. STATE KBIT.I, A farmer llviag lo Seuecs, of the Copper head pursutfiloo, has for month* past in common with big “ Democratic” friends been lajloff In a pood stock of guu-nowder. caps, pistols, guns and other “emblems of peace” In anticipation of the coming draft. One Sunday morning, recently, the old chap espied & hawk parched in a tret top near hit house and ran to his arsenal for a fowling piece to dislodge him. Seising one hastily, he brought the hammer against the bedstead and tired one ot the barrels. The charge passed up and Into bis magazine, exploding Lis entire stock of munitions ot peace, blow ing ont one sidn of his house and playing smith' generally. ’ One of the boilers of the steamboat Mrs. Psriineton blew np a few days since at a landing Hear Galena Owen Daily, a deck hand, of Dnnleith, was killed and several etbers were severely Injured. A vote was taken recently by the veterans of the 8d Illinois cavalry at Camp Bntlsr, re anltlagaa tellews: Lincoln 822 “UtOeMac".... 15 CoL Caleb Finch, an old and prsmlneut citizen of Galesburg, died on Sunday, the 4th inst. Be was a leading member of the Ma sonic order In this Slate. In Peoria county the peace sneaks go to sburch armed. Most ot them have their pistols in their coat pockets behind. No man who was not a cowardly whelp would doit A letter dated at Toronto says that de siriions from the Bfitlsh army, under Yan kee bounty temptation, arc so great tbat near 1,000 of the Queen’s troops have left during the uast year. Hence all are ordered to Qnefcec for the present. Many points on the Canadian lints are watched for deserters. Three were bagged on jhe Niagara River last week, and are to he shot at Oauiltou this week. Five officers arcreported to have lett lor the United States flag. j^ailtrade! KEITH, FAXON & 00., JOBBERS OF HATS, CAPS, Ladies’ and Gents’ Pars, Skating: Caps, Backsldn Goods, Umbrellas, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS, WOOL HOODS AND KNIT GOODS, And all tbe new etylee of Ladies’ Straw, Felt and Beaver Hate, TTebcr® now maters tbe LARGEST and HOST ATTRACTIVE nock of abore Good* ever Drought to tbit market- and wbh the advan ace of cany pur* ektees’ini cash, beforetse recent advance, we are pttpaied to offer rods at prices that will defy com peuuon.B**t or.west- _ _ . Our Glove and witten Department has bad etu special attention, and comprises aaUNiUSPASSJID *!B»rtmeiit o» Buck, Pate* aod Kid. All dealers In our line will fl- d 1* for their inutreci to er amino cur goods and pric&a before purchastax ptnonal attention glvea to orders. EDITH, FAXON Sc, CO., 45 and 47 Lake-st.. Chicago, b&3 qvn ants ■JJEMOVAL— SMITH & PRANKS, [Suceesiors to Hempslcad, Horton & Co.J Wliolesiale Grocers, HAVE REMOVED TO 32 RIVER STREET, Becon* door from South Water. anSl-qTMw 1864. fall 1864. CA.3MFA.IC3-iT. BOOTS AND SHOES At Wholesale lor Cnalu 48 and GO "Wabash, Avenue. 'Wehavealsrgo stockof our ownmake. and of the heat Eastern manufactures, which we are enabled to sell, and arc selling, leas toan tbs present market nnce. FARGO & BILL, IBandso next scuta Farwell, Field A Co. au.VmEVMm-MOx-Tr baths A TLANTIC A OREAT WEST. BBS RAILWAY Bunxaa iiuvinxß.-Two Through Bxpre« Crolni between CLKVBLAfiO AMD HHW YOBS. rakea effect May U.IW4. HKW TOftE THR9VGH LISI. o-ra Cleveland it Moi.ii.* and MO r. x.t r? IY . Laarlttsbnxtb.... UJO a. x. “• ifea r. x. MeadlUlOat. U4O F. *. " WJA.X « Cony at........... «aa r. *. “ WBa.x. ** iwaiamanca it, Bdß ?• x. 1 Ch4 a. k. •• •■ffirir Tori at iota a. x. ** Ml f. x. HBTTJKWmS. H tjwi _ ueava new Tors at. 7.-oo*a.x. . MOtr. x. Arrive Cleveland Ml F.x. goodua*. 6c*b«i n«t« jgVEREIT HOUSE, ~ tJEIIOH N. IT. The nsderalned bee reipectimiyW Inform their ineodi and tbe public that, after tbe 2Ub of Anpat, tbcaboT* boose will be coeductsd «a toe • EUHOPEAS FLAW, Menu Srlrr ,-rTfil n tacaru. Tte 1om,Iih1)m» tbcrecgblv renovated, and we are now prepared to of tl. room. « ttu kcttloro *cf H?SJaEB A W. B. BOKROVTS. B ept ember I. ig64. »c7qsg-»4m POYAL PRUSSIAN CON SULATB, 47 Clark Street* B. CLAUISBNIUS, Consul. Letter Bex ITU, Chicago, HI. seS-qamtU SPRUANCE, PRESTON * CO. O COUMJSSInN ■EKCHANTS. “•“tal-HoSvS*® ea.Com^|.UU« n. a.iiowjtm, j w* V9P32i.,_ J.B.PbiBTOS. J .1 ie3q2SS»la npHOMAS FOSTER, wtolesalo X ud ret»n de.Ter In Green B.T. St. CTnlr nna Berltn, Lranber, EMnrlci ul Lstn. AUo Snsli. Doers and Blmrs,- Dcorand erova st»eet foot of Seventeenth street wtlcago. ni. >j, B.—Having railroad trae* to the ygrd, laclliae* for ihtppUß nnsurpassed. Pott Office J»ox scse. auiVp«a-im_ . ■RRASS STENCJL ALPHABETS. -Ho. ,n'svf6w”S^s?B®r,MA,a, The end, mnnndhctnmri in Gin Bin* Alphabets and Figures, so any gJMt extentor In any variety. Bold at at tte MwmjrrCjt« Faxons. Also, the BEST OF BTBffCa. IhK, VIST oaffAF. Btendl Dies Md fD cndi qj ftjDO gang's CScnnan Irfinecr jTJYSPKPSXA, DISEASES RESULTING FB6I Disorders of the Liver, AM) DIGESTIVE OEGMS ABB CUBES BT HOOPLAITD’S GERMAN BITTERS, THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. THICK SITTSBB HATS FIBFOBUVII MOW CURES—HAVB AITP DO GIVB BBT TBS 8A?» Z&FACTION —HA VS UOKB TfiSTTMOITF —HAVB MORB BBSPBCTABLS PBOFU TO VOUCH FOB THEM. Then any other Article in the Harksi We defy soy one to contradict this aiserdos. AND TOIItL DAT SIOOO To any eae who win produce a ecrtiteate pttbßshe by as, that U not GENUIUS. nOOIXAND’B iERMMf BITTERS WILL CUBE EVEBT CASE OT Cirofl Hsrrona Debility, Diseasa of tfc- Kidneys, and Dis&ass arising freai a Disordered Stomach, Observe tho following symptoms, reanltiaf from Disorders of the Digestive Organs: Commoasicx, Inward FUea, Fuiimi M noo« tot* Ue&o. Acidity cflheStoan.cn Kiuu. Sttrl&m,' Dl»*ust tor Food. Fullness «r Weliai a to* Stomach, Boor Krueutlou. fllakla# oc Fluttering at the Pit of the duieaea. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flattering at the Heart, choking or Suffocating flenaatlona whoa te a lying posture, rimnws ol vision. pots or Web* before tk> Sight, Ferer and Dull Fain lathe Head, Deficiency ol Perspiration, Tallow net* of the Skin and ■was. Fain In the Bide, Back, Cbes% Link Ac., Sudden Flashes of Beat, 3anting ir In Ote Flesh. Cosinss Taagtriasi ef Bril, tad great Denrsncu of SSStea RERDEMBERI That this Bitters is no? Alcoholic, Contains no Rum or Whisky, tsu CAJPI 3UEE DBDSEiOSS, IS THE BEST TONIC IN THE WOBLD, Kead "Who Says So: FremtaaßST.Levl G. Beak Fostar of tt« Bmc \ Church. Psmbertos, B. larmsrly of he Bm Baptist # I bare known Etofiosd’i German sm«ri favorably for a number ol years. I hare used them la ny owt family, and h»Ts beta so pteaaed with ttasiroOeett that I was induced to recommend tkoa te many oU on. sod know that thay have operated In a autktUAft btneflclal maunsr 1 take great pieaturolntkes pte Uclj proclaiming thla lact, atd calling tbeatt«moi of those afficted with the diseases tor which they art recommended, totheao Bitters, knowing from expo nenca that my ncoamesdaUoa will bt fustolned. J do this more ckterfully as loofiatdv Bitten !c tz> taudsd te bsaafit the aalctad, and Is “zat ana Crlfii.** Years, truly. L3YI3. uauiT From Bev. J. irowtsa Brown. D. D., idltor of u> Encyclopedia of Rellrious Enowlecge. andekrta tlon Chronicle. Philadelphia. Although not diapoacd to taror or recommaug pcv cut medicine# ii. general, through distrait of ft air m gredlents and effect*, I yet knew of to aaxficleat ret sons why s man may not testify to ft* ber.eflt* be be Ucvea himaelf to bare received from any alnpla pro 6 oration, In tbe hope that be may tboa soatribute K ic benefit of often. Ido this more readily in retard to aMsatdi et* man Bitten, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of tbi city, became I v» prejudiced against then for dulxj yean, coder tbe Impression that they were chlafir a* alcoholic mixture. Lan indebted to my friend R»bv Snodmaktr, Esq., for tbe removal of tbu prejndlee*bj proper testa and for encouragement to tnr them wh 3 gufferlag from great a. d lotgcootlnaeri debility. Tfet nso oftCrae bottles oftteae Bitten, at tbe bcgtnnlnj ef the preaenfyear. vxi followed by evident relief ail testontioß to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I bad felt forflixmo thi before, and haaai. most dlsoalred of refraining. I tberafora thank 60? asd ay ifieaifor d‘.r*ctirgae Softs uxe efttem- J. JTSTfTCjs Yrcm yte Bay. Jos. E. Esaoard, Paetc? 01 thelto Baptist Church. Lx J^cxaox: Dear Sir—l b&va been frequently n quested to ceinnect zsy aaa* with cammendatjou of different IdnU ef madlclne* but regarding Wu practice aa oat of my appropriate sphere,! bar* b all cases declined; ant with a Clear pn of la varlom ineteaeea, and paraaularly la my family, of Uieuifi fulness of Dr. Hoefiand’a German Bitten, Idcper> for enee frem acy usual come, to e»preaa toy fui' eonvtctlsu that, fo* Off Hlßai l> tßnjT * OFTHS STBTfcU AND RBPUCIALLT FOR UVCRCOM PLAINT.IT IB A SAFE A-ft VALUABLE PS* PAUATIDM. Is some casta It may lallr bat usually I doubt not. It win be rary beaeficUl is those wlu suffer from tbe above cause. Kf , NSiRD Eighth below Ceatii street, Philadelphia st~za Sir. vrarren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist Church, Germantown, Pen*. Dx C.M.Jackbsx: Dear air—Psrsoaal ezpencxoc enables me to say ttat I regard the Gerra&a Blttm prepared by you as a most excellent medicine. 11 cases of severe cola and general dthiluylhave bees greatly bsnefltted by tbe naa of tbe Bitters, and d**M aot they will produce similar effacts on others. Vow*.truly. • wabbbis Randolph, etraaatown.ffß. From Eer. J. H. Turner, Pastor ol Heddlng M« i Church, Philadelphia. Dx. Jaokboh: Dear Sir—Having naed your Germa Bitters In my farrlly frequently, lamjneparei to that It has been ef great service. 1 Lelleyethata most cases of general debility of the system It la th) aafeat and most valuable remedy of which I have an; tatnrlMW. I™. 13* 5. Kiaeteefitb street ITotu the Bey. J. M. Lyons, formerly Paitor of the .Colnmbus (N. Jj and Miles town (Paj Bapttsl Church. „ „ _,, Nxw Boohxllx. A. T. DX.C.M. JaosSOW: Dear Sir—l feel It a plearorl thus, of my own accord, to bear tsiOsony to the ex- Cf Utnce of ft*GermanßUtera. Some years rincebw log much afflicted with Dyipepila, 1 used them with very beneficial results. I bare often reeom mended ft em to persons enfeebled by that tormeitiM disease, and have beard from them ftamoa’ Cattenai testimonials sa to their great value, is caao of generv debility. Z be£»T« It to 60 a toulo that cannotb* ecr pissed. J. It* IiTOSA Frcea the B«t. The*. tTlntee, Pastor of Boxbarfrugt Baptist Chnreh. Da. Jacxsow: Dear Bit—l fssl It due to you ex* eellent preparation, ilooflaad German Bittero,te add ataetlmoay to the deserved reputation It has ob ed. I have for years, at times,^been troubled with great disorder la my bead and nervous system. ] was advised by a friend to try a bottle of your Qcr> man Bitten. I did so, and have, experienced great and unexpected rellet; mr health baa been matenaOt benefitted. I coufidvatly recommend the arWeli where I meet with similar coaee similar to my own and hnyabeen assured by many of their good effeata Scspaetfully youra. T. WINIiS, Scxborcvch, Pi. Prom Ber. J. B. Herman. of the German Befonans Church, Kutrtown, Berta County, Pa. D*. C. M. Jackson: Bespected Sir—l bare C*« troubled with Dyspepsia nearly 20 yean, and bn** never used any meulclue that did me as much gooe asßoofland’s Bitten. lam very much Improved Jr health, after bavin* talon* live bottlaa. __ rows, with respect) J. 8. HKBMAS. PRICES. tjwo a«. (holding nearly doable qaaa> tltj,) SI,OO per Bottle—Hf. Doz. $5.00. Small Bin, 76 “ -HI Hoi. 4.C0 BEWABE OP COUNTJCKFiHT*. fi« thattba signature of "C. M. Jacksox - is on Bx . iuai Mi. «»a Wril)per 0l eacb BotUa . Should your nearest drnajrtst not have tbe article, w sot be put off by any of tbe Intoxicating preparattoa that may be offered In Ita place: but send to as, air we will forward, securely peaked, by express. Principal Offico find Mivnnfftctory ITO. C3l aBCH street, Philadelphia, pa. JONES Sc EVANS! to C. M, JACKSON & CO* Proprietors. W-»0R SALE byDmfjdflts and Deaden IneyMl town In tbe United States, and by LORD & SMITH, 83 Lake St., CUraeo, 111., General Western Wholesale Agent* tmiU-ÜB-ltew-w-tall IRestnaai. D e. EASTERLT’S (OfllHE mu SAHSAPAniLUr This is tte oqIJ Bcdinae teas will cote arUmc It on am icipara oiuia blood, vta: DertAzlif or fi'iU, ca&een, fa* la*, ObroDic 8oi« Ey»*) Hiagwaroi Oi fetwr, sc*ld Head, oia 4«re«, Lepro* ■7, While (tWeliUlS*, PUr*, UJotehSS, Pimples ua tCo Ps<v, Goitre, BncQaca<i*m4*ropiy «irGrs>e),Llvo Complaint o}vi<ep»ia« N«rvoo> tlona, GrfccnJ Debility, all Ohxocl; dlstasisaiia all dioMsss arlilnsfros tho ms sf S«rctU7, This istdJtoae eamßJWi ia a highly esaesatrawa state the Maid .extract of SA«3*f* vSiLLa (tot EoaSoraa Boctl i tLLO>T PO A, i IL-AS %Ri the lOl>i Om OK Viltabl# TfcCtablc porlijmj AxtrstW. prepare* by a at* Cbev ical prt« e»i jo u tc: ruo«t ths prapara ties the »c-*tefet*c'<mi renaav av-r ctrs>«a to the pnsuc for all olaeuca *rtJlDf rot ta impart nass of the B (,oo or adaoraT^dcoialMsaartceijacn. PR. KA ST Stub's lOAUHA ASl> sa&aAP*RtLLA ttacoistiiatloua* reaierty, aad taa * uani aaeotu actica oa the T*noa« < rgacs «r t«« iyrt- t. exeit w. then t* abf.U y * U a,aid eix*fila< ttemtop*t fonnU>eruEctioistb*totrnr« de»s-«*d. doe PUKIPIhB THS B\-0"U. COHRKCT4 the *B cKvtIUNfl Cl the LIVER, ana KXPEiI-SftU noibl., IBpareaxd fli-rai-d x*ti-rfroa tae system aid hr UnaremCTin is* CaDPk o' dliease- the COBB U rerdered C- BTAT* as* px m*vssT 08. EasTß >LS*3 IUDI9O AND 9 AR*APARCLLA thi renchij rcioTfttes the weds ijjwm, ireai 1c free ail ImpurUies vid p «3 ancgthoie *a«J Bleed CI.-ars'uj power* is t>a rea«om why UU eqitlly accaclotu In io QAay dhTcrest ceapfcsW mPOBTANT SO THU SlflK. To pe:*osrirho ere iieh and afflicted aad dftolrs tC ae:a Bl«odForlfyhuMoileac.wepladjjftthlasftew rttj that. L R. HABTBSLTBIODIN EI"D SA.->8 APA KILLA I* *IX Uft.i ftCROt-Qa-., CtiSlfttU ana BBCi'AS than nvn'B.TovDttnd I *, Ayr!!* ot aay <rh«r Sam roiliym- Mfdclne now otferad t< jewQuUc.srßD WO>£r WlnL OKTaRKW VQ3IT, Fhvsiclxsarfcociftecd thli reet;lcla« to their fta tientitnal can where It la ledscata hesanas they knew the lsrT-rtl«2tflartthd BEST, that are bom t*ue a*e«leftl Faculty. , pr price, at.55 pfr DOtJfc. „pV“Prtpate£ ard >oW By ISH 9. BABTTRLY « CO . corxtr of Third and Cneauiat (treat*. 8t Loci* Uiaaonri. ky-B.iiat DB. B*.9TSRLi , B Rasdy iiediclsi Store, fi Madiioa tenr.lha »o«t Offlcc, Ctl* cage, lllinou. CiJJIE VuUiitSKl.E'’. BE. BASSE’S SPBCIFIG Gleet, dirietar#% Seminal TTeatii'ii, Cho.rdee, Die* eases of tbe Kidu»|a and Bladder, and all Diseases ofthe daual Oraaoe ca«aed by Contusion or weaka«u«l alifeer Ses, male* or Femalns, Thla elegant, pernor oad infallible prtporaaoa. eo e'lebrated la all oar ofPsrr»Tß rTvKAacs, i» tow onersd to oie n flictrdond »*ARKAKtB. TO CDca aU *lsca*ea o: the Genital Organs of either aez (malts cr feoivlaa) n a tew din- OH. tia&Sß'a ifSCCTIC la Ue UNLY BAFBon* BBLLtnLS UHSIBDX for the cOaB 07 SfSBMA TUKBBCEA, c!-aer»Uy termed B<t«lNaL WWah. HESS.CaDsfiD BV U ■ Lr’-o.Mlia OH KXHWtIVa INDCILOBPCU.wbIcc ti low mi PRawPTTT.T.T PBS. VALBNT tn all par-s of tra country. Reader. bare you a FttlVA, (3 DI3BASB, or as; 015-atetf the u'3Y3. 3LaOOF.B OB SEXUaI ORGANS. Donotneilectlt. DELAY CS D&.NGSK OLB. Procure atoarethatOelsura - -.* Scmeaw DR BAKRR’ft SPECIFIC, which h*-* CUBED thousand* neon thousands and batm them iron the hands oj quacks, if not tote pasiiATDas GRAVBB. DR BAYER'S SPECIFIC is S RMt BIALINB PURIFiINO and HU t-0 MRDJCAL AID OK ADVICB. at pisu d±rt« tioEsfvr oia accompany each battle of the ffe*lcma. Dr. Baker’s Gp-ciflc !■ rer? mrreesble to the t»ite, !i perfect y BA fE Ah >33 ' O »t(B CONST! TtrriOP. and will effectually COP.B 'BB WQBg-; AND MOST OBIINVIK CeSBS OF PRXVATJ DISFABBS, tnd reit/jre the sy-iUm to a perfect rule Of HffALTH AND rOBITr With DR. BAKR v’S SPECIFIC yoa can CUHX YOD'SFLP FOB ONH-TBS'S T3-* UONBY that a physician will char e, wltcont change of diet or h sdrai ce frorr. baucegi, and thtu rrsyent oil ckaact Cf BXPt’SUBS. X. D— lr los.’-Btacdmg and of-sttcav* com sf Gen orrb<ra.O'eei&ra Semitsl Dt. BaKBBk INJECTION will bf foar-d a valuable mutant ti hla BrRriFTO in aabduior the aijcus. and a"oulc kf aaed la cosjuneitoa wits It until a parfe t care 1* •ffacted. A TreatiaA on Dtsfasaa, called tke a SeU. Instructor," scconi jaalis esch hottis of the BedL Ciae fW" Price— Dr. Baker’s Specific, Vi per bottle. Price—Dr. Baker's injection, ft ptrboitla. PT Price—Mole Injecting Syringe, |0 ceota; fe* Boie.M caQ’i. receipt of the ac&ey. _ (SrPrspored and sold by DS. B. BAATEBLT, ■oaikvesteonv ol Third and Chestnut itreeis, •». Lon I *, Mo..Bo\ePrapiletor. _ OT For aalo at PR. B. MaBTBRLT A CO.’S Fare* lly Medlctre store. 99 Msdltoa itreat, near Us Peal Office, Chicago, ZU. isit. Eisruairs AMERICAN LINIMENT. ftla valailli Ilnlmozt will eiya Mheumatlsin, Sprain*, Onto; irons do, Ulcers, Contracted Ton* dons, swelled and SuiTJolnts, Low haso. and all Diseases where an external remedy is indicated. DR. KASTSRLY'S AMBRICAN HNTWKITT WIL also cure Spra-ns, Broires. Cuts, Galls, Chafes, Blag Bone Scratches, oc Wound* which sra coaseaatly oe« cnnlcg toBGRSBS- Families ihca.d koep it COB* STAR LT ON HABD to ai*> la time of need, at it ii the BEST ARKWWe> e \ EFFICACIOUS URIMBBT new tn dm. nr Pot sale at DR. EASTERLY A CO.’S Family Medicine Store, 99 Muilsoa street, near the fool Office, Chicago, DL DE. CASTER'S COTTGH BAX.SAH Win far© Concha, Colds. Asthma, Con* •umptlon, UroacDUia, Spittle# Blood, Pads lb tfi* 91d«> and rfretot. tfliaopiiie Cuogfa, Croup, and all Eds* •ain of tike IkraMaud loa|li Reader, hare yea a Conga, cold, or any disease at tbe loco or Throat? Ho not nc*i*-t 1; MILLION! DIR SiLuallv by a CQMtiOH COi.3, Concha and cola*, lx not cared. ieaa toCO*SUs£P. TlOH.uxathcntot'HyiCATUltE D.AIQ P/oca e at onca that celebrated zenadr, 08.CA.1l Tlth’B CtUGfi ?4LS»U. which At,yer lal;l t3 »TOF THE COU3U IMMEDIATELY aao to «n»at a PBB FBCT CDT-K In a lew cay* it la bevead all float) 1 , the most PERFECT RXICBDy for all dise-uasof the THROAT AHD LUMW known to the ciyiiuad jew - price—Trul bottles, SB cents per bottle; larg* bottle*, tl per bottle. S3T For sale at UR. B. BASTERLT * CO.’S Fan. Gy Medicine Store, 99 Madlasa e:r«ot. Cblcpgo. 111. id q7*l«ith batAtp jpOR DYSENTERY Diarrhoea. DIXON’S AROMATIC Blackberry Carminative » IS THE OHLT BATE AND SURE CURS. It contains no OPIUM or deleterious drags, no mineral or after injurious compounds common to remediesganeially soli forftl. clau of duetto. It la so efficacious that Fhyaleians very gauerally use it In their practice in all chr.onlc and dangerous eases. jsr Use re Cholera mlzMuei or douTtfal compost* Hoc*, (many of whieb undersine and ruin tha eon itttntlou,) when yon can obtain an nntailing remedy as simple and safe as Blackberries themselves. Ask for Dixon’s Bzacsdxb&t Caswxkatitx, and lee that tbe proprietor's name Is written os the out* side wrapper of cash bottle. Prepared only by w. IP. DAVIDS ON, Cincinnati, Tor sale by all stfipectable DruggUts. Price—2sc., 50c. and sl, per Bottle. JIITJSIi t H & TAN SCIDUCK 'WhoUrale Druggists, 15Lake street, Chicago, Au thorized Agents. sal-qUIlm t-bot K H. DE FOREST & CO., HOOP SKIRTS >finu(aciuftrs and Johbtn, 84 StREKT, 84 (See GILT BKIBT. oppoilte Tremont Uocri.) Offer to ftetiad«alarge itoekof their own mautt* (acture. Wc bava also a large stock of Hosiery, Yams, Corsets, STAPLE MOTION®. HtTinr nnrclmcd Mill, wo offrr Inansemjntt to Cash Buyers. seU-qBB7-17tli AMERICAN EXPRESS CUM XV. FAST. IVEW ROUTE TO MADISON, WIS, VIA Chicago and Northwestern R. B. Tfia AMERICAS EXPRESS COKPAET, klTlm re-opeced their office »t MAnHON, Wla., wi i l ba prepared to receive and forrud all rnMoess offered lor that pclot. D. B. COOKE. Aglet. Chicago, Sept. IMb, UW. seU-qF&i-S; sr-xar 139 dua;N ' E STREET, NEW YORK. JOHN T. MARTIN SON & CO., ■accessors to JIAKXIHr Ac BROS., (Formerly of St. Louis and ChicaqeJ MnnHlactnre and keep a perma nent assortment or CtOTHUTG. uiTWSn CAW MUi AND PINE LAND For -Sale. Bald mill property '• situated on White Lake, llusssron Coopty, Uienicaa. contains BJM acres eo dPiae Bpor , lcncntover—Mill entirely ictniU fast winter; is entnoc twenty-live tbnnund Is twelve lorf thousand in twastvfcurhctm. We tsaranteaiMha best sight and tbe a tidiest mill intbeatatA. ibeconuoned ill bealtb ol ;ha mas* •line laitner is the reason we offer U for sale ravoraola tarma ace offered Ad-irtss * LUBCDMBS A PISRCff, a«23pU3lsa. Milwaukee, Wlxl tinmsmuium €fi3atpc WSMSDffIOS WATH ffbc Great Kenedy for tia OO&STITUTIOIU itro un OHLF KSOWN BBMfIDT FOB Diabetes, and Diseases ol the Kidneys and Bladder. OQsistitutiora. Wates Has been prenc-netd by tee Mcxltoil Faculty, sal the Faille, to bo tee most wonderful remedy for ttu permanent cure of all diseases of the Stomach, liver KJdBCTi. Bladder sad Womb, that hat ever beer offered. Is is so: a Medical nur. Is is from expenenci that Coniatutlon Water has emanated, and wo noi say let ao man doubt when a single bottle hat ben known to core diseases which the beet medical tales' In inis country has failed tc rcl* eve, A. remedy possessing the virtue* ot couaraaot Water cannot be classed under “ quack" preparadca: as it to bow used by tlie most srieatlflc practitioner* h this City. It to only second class physicians that crj down popular remedies, while the better skilled maki tue or every means to accomplish a core; and tet success of the physician Increases as hit knowledge * different remedies enables him to product a cars while other* toll la the etteoot. Science totaMUw with the troth. _ Give Conetltntlon Water a fair tnai—we mean yet who are under tome apeciadit** car* from year K year, and we particularly allude to 4adlee who art constantly resorting to local treanasnt and all son of local application* for diseases, with as much chan* ofsuccess as there would be from local aooll cats oil to the throat for disease* of the brain. We have always been careful to oaa lacunae* la oui circular that could not shock the most delicate oread satlos.but we receives; many communication* fron persons for wUch Constitution Water to adapted, UK of whose disease no mention has been made, that wt have come to the remedy Is cet pable of producing a cure, no matter what the dlseast may be. It should do made known. The medicine s put up far tha public, and tear* stoul* be vo sxeew eay, conaunitiOß Water la not Uxe a gUa adplU.made to salt the eya and toate; It Is a modi cine la every sense of the term, placed la the hand* or the people fortnalr relief, and :! taken according tc the directions, It will la every case produce e radlcc.* core. We would say that tho directions in regard tc diet, etc., relate only to the dltwaie under which tear «tnf. DIACSTES Is a disuse cl the Stomach and liver, aettagrareact the Udzeyi, and la, without doubt, the most obrmah disease, except Coosumptlo*, that affec# the homes constitution. We have no trace for discussing cause* but will state that tbe effect of the disease lathe cofr version of the starchy principle for vegetable porßot of the food) into sugar, which stimulates the kldseyi to an excessive secretion of water. Many persons suffer from this disease who are Ignarant of Ur tea: 19, they pass Urge quantities during the day, and an obliged to get up from one to fifteen or tweitv timet during the night. Bo notice Is taken ef ttaaalusr attention to called to the large discharge of water, MS often when it to so tor edvaiced as to be be/oad At control of ordinary remedies. Another symptoa h the great thirst which, when the disease to folly estab lished, to Intolerable—tue patient drinks constantly, without being satisfied; aij* drynstc of theaoaCu. cracklug of the Dps, • sweet breath. In the more ad vanced eases, and finally low of appetite, smagatlcA and ths pafieat gradual? sinks from exhaustion. CONSTITUTION WATBB la without doubt Che o&ly knows remedy forznmnd and we have aa much confidence that it is a specific ai we have that opium will produce sleep, and truthful!) say that It baa cured every easels which it has been used. Stone in the Bladder, -Calcnlns. Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and Mucous or Milky Discharges after Urinating. Disease occurring from one and the seme cause wtt be entirely cured by the Constitution Water, U taka* for any length of Cline. In Djnncnorrhofi, fir Pfilafol BenstrafiUca. kid ue&orrhfigli, Profase flawia*. Bcrh diseases aming frem a amty seeremcru et Su menituAl fiuld—in the one case being too Uttla, aad accompanied by a severs pain, and the other a too nn> fuse secretion, which will be speedily cured by tki Constitution water. Thatiteeaseknown**FALLlNG vP THB VOUbi ‘ which is the result of a relaxation of the ligaments a that organ, vnd to known by a sense of heaviness aas dragging pains In the back and 'lds*, and at times no companled by sharp lanclratug or shooting palm through the parts, will to all cases, be removed by ns medicine. There la iaoUi<: clan vt ,niit( froa IRRITATION OF THB WOMB, whlcb physicians eel Nervousness, which word covert up much Ignorance and in nine cates out often, the doctor does not realij know whether the symptoms are the disease, or th( disease the symptoms, we can only enumerate than here. I speak more particularly of Cold Feet,Palpis*- tloi of tis Heart, Impiire-i Memory, Wakifolataa Flashes ef Hast, Ltnguer,Lassitude, and Dlrtntrs c Tlstos. STOPEESSED HEM3TEEATIOH, Which In tee unmarried fesalaia a conitnat ntvr ring disease, and through neglect the seeds of mart grave and dangerous maladies are the result; and ai mouth after month passes wtthent as effort balnr made to assist nature, the suppression become* chro» Ic, the patient gradually loses ner appetite, the bowsh art constipated, night sweats coma on, ana CffMtncF _ cow finally ends her career. IrlmUib tf the Jett of the Bbdiier, TC.a suUoi of tlie KJdnrjs, Otarrk el the BUdder, Straisaux u* Burning, or Falnfol Uriaatlng. Tar these disease* it is truly a sovereign remedy. and too much cannot be said id Its praise. A singlt dose has been known tc relieve tbe most urgent syrup toms. Are you troubled with that pain In th» small of the back and through the hips ? A teasDocn* ful a day of Coosatattoa Water via relieve yon Uks mad*. pnysicuivs Ear* long since given up the use ofbuehn, cubsb*. and Juniper In the treatment of these aas only use them for the want of a better remedy. CONSTITUTION WATER Has proved Itself equal to the task that has devolve* upon It. BIIJBLTICI Irrimtc and drench the kidneys, and by constant ass soon lead to ehroclo degeneration and confirmed dl> cose. Read I Read!! Read!!! DiCTTLIJ, June 7, 00. V 2. Wtf. H. Sx3«r—Dear Sir : In Tsbrnary, HO, J was n&leted with suu diabetes, and for five ruontei I i«ssed mere than Two gallons of water in twenty* four hours. I was obliged to get up as often as ten oc twelve times daring the night, and In five months 1 lost about fifty pounds to weight. During tbe month of July, 1861,1 procured two bottles oz Constltutfoi Water, and to tw* days after using it 1 <kperleno*d relief, aad after taking two bottles I was entirely •urea—toon after regaining my osualeocd health. J, V. I*. Dm Vrrt. Boston co3*chA, *r. Coo. ?7, ua. JL GfiSSS * CO- Gents 1 1 freely give you Übsny to mak* use of Qf oUcwtog certificate of the value of Consdtutloß Water, which 1 can recommend to the highest man* Ber. My wife, who wa* atuenea with pain in too shoal, ders, whole length of the back, and to her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart, attended with Falling of th« Womb, Dysmoaorrhea, apd Irritation of the Bladder. I called a physician, who attended her about three months when be left her worse than be found her. ] then employed one of the heat phydclan* I could find, who aUendsdher for about nine mouths, and while she was unde* his car* she did uot suffer quite ai much pain. He finally gave her up, and said “her cans was incurable. For, said he, “ihe bat such a corm btoatlon of complaints that medicine gives tor oas operate* against toate other ot her difficulties.” About this time the commenced the use of Cons titan on Water.aud to oar utter astonishment almost tbe lint dose seemed to have the desired effect, and she kept on Improving rapidly under Ks treatment, and now tucertotends entirely her domestic affairs. She has not taken any of the Conttltu&ns Water for ebon] four weeks, and we are havpy to e*v that It ha* pr* gno*d a permanent VAjr Sl a*cHoin, WiitHuavntD, conSnHareft|,ia«. 17U. W.H.6Bxea; Dear Bir: Having seen your adtsttsomS of Oag itltutloa Water, recommended for InlanmattoA ot the Kidney* and lirltaclon of Aa Bladder, havtog iui fered for ue past three years, aad Cried the ekUTof • number of physicians with only a temporary relleL I was Induced to try your medicine. I procured ous bottle ol your agents at Hartford, Meier*. Lee, stoeoo A Co., and when I had used ball ot it, to my sorprlMl fbond a great change to my health, t have used twe bottles of it, and am where I never expected to be !g myllle; wen, and to rood rplrtts. I caanet exprem my gratitude for it: I feel that It» all and mors Chai yon recommend it to be. May the blessing of Got svsr uttand yen in your labors cf lota __ * Tourt,truly, B-TTrnwnwr. THESE ARE FACTS ENOUBH. we prssent tea Constitsaom water Is As pubti with tee conviction that It has bu equal in reuavtos tee class ol diseases for which it has been fewd so eminently successful for curing; and ws trnsg that ws shall be rewarded lor our efforts to placing to val2 hies remedy toa form to mo« As rsquirszuAta w pstteetsuftphyildafi. m FOE AIE BY All DHEGGISTS, PRICK. 81.00. WMIGBEGB&CO., Proprietor* Morgan & Allen, General Ageata, ae. ««eit*MTM(,,» farm. CHABLM 6. SMITH, BUKaSueS * Vfl BCHAACX U Lakfi KnA. aad lokd a smith Ueaco. irt-hHHtoWTuM IQosmters Sitters. PARAGRAPHS _ FOB THK pb opiid; DEDIOIT2* Ta All Who Seek Health JOT® DESIttB TO XHOV HOW TO SECURE II A For Upward ef Twelve Yean TUB SUCCESS OP HOSTEITER’S STOMACH BITTERS Has be*■ a marked feasors a tea Medical TTVfns| gy the esuntry. aad their celebrity coatto uaily Increases. kviriTnm of Inferior preearadets has be« oft up to compete with this health-protecting Tools and ▲iterative. • Buy they have all falltd: wbfls the Oarsman Aim* norit which Is not for a day bat for all Uas, isuM daUTArteasstlaatloo aad coafidaass A the ruMß* Tnevams have eonfidanee la R because cusp M aware that 1« seem es health ts fbmillaa who dwell a hualub'ioßj districts, aad that those teas situate# wbo do act twit, toa tick from tee attests of bad air and uwbeleeoiae water. On IfBGHBca tells anethar what Eonmtel BittaßS have daso far him. aad thus the repataaom oi the übxat Fajctet Kxitobatitb to eoastsatlyute tea ding, Tsm BMinr that it wQI eur* Dtspumu, and esef specicsol Lvdigbstio.v.U simou unjveraal, aad it s a battomaz. nxuxr, rounded on tesQmaoy frote seurcaa known to be worthy of Implicit trust. Tau rxntJ take it because it imparts visor, wdte out producing undue physical ormemal eiellemcat aud recuperates not only the relaxed aad dibilltetetf trass, but the csasUtuusa Itself. ▲bampovixo toe adulterated Mmalsate ot tote mecce aeretolors prescribed for medlclmu purpose#. Invalids resort to H'wmrin’j Brmu as a MA tovlgorant, wholly vagetabls aad perteefij pare. Tnosa who suffer frea liver compiamta rsiy mtM It because they derive from Its anU-biUous propertlte Imaieillale ana certain mllat whan all tee uoa«y pete scribed remedies have proved oseiaia. Iv mm and ague aad all mtermimat *te cording u> the slatemeota ot ceaatltww -in-riT*. tea Bittim break up tbe paroxysms with absolute ow* talnty, aud speedily testers the strength of the wstlriA JZonnxs cam be more wonderful tnau tee opentto# of the preparation to obstexat* casks op canrr* yrxse.torltUamild and genial cathartic, as wall as# tonic and corrective. Iv« HMAUnra and regulaong effect noon the bowels, to whatever way they may be disordered, la admltte# to be one of Its moat valuable characteristics: md hence its usefulness to colic, ntnawn « nLm*. MORBUS, and DTSJUTBST. •Hardtoil, privation aad exposure maybe bora# with comparative Inponlty,many climate or lecalltew by those who sustain their strength with thiswbolte secs aad Agreeable stomachic. lir CALUOBjriA aad Australia it Is the ufinsY mainstay and safegaard, aad la South Ameris# the w*a( Indies b ceosluered.the most reiiabts aettt mattocißcdl.'lnr and prsvaatlvs sf malaria** fsvtefi •ud other epldsmlct. Chamom op OLpCATB always Ibvslvss dsagsr. ÜBtSte Srecaaclocs ars taken to prevent it, Fortin wOK optbttxb’s Bittbis, ud bid reflauce to vlc#A tudes of tamperaturs and exbalaßsas generated tm •xcssslva heat acting on a swampy soil.' IfzM op tbb HtenxsT atuimcenssto medlcalsdsoed are now using and recommending this nszxaXL# 1 xubtabui Tobzo as a restorative alter fevers, —d the very beat strengthtog msdlctos for feebls sonvte lescents. Am aouxbabu warmth diffuses Itself through svsc# 1 fiber of tbe frame after a dose of the Birrxxs, aad u» like wins and unmedlcated stimulants, they never so#x •ven on the-weakest stozusch. Am oxzemrAz, roßjrcxA for the minufactors of tfidfi rare Vegetable Specific la rigidly adhered to. to* quality and proportions never varv. Consequently Sto eperatlon ls uniform. Moreover, It does not detonate sts to say climate, FOBiAszzsofdeUesls sonititaMOßS aad snMeet t# any of the peculiar difficulties ehlch effect the hsalt# . of the sex, U is recommended by physidandwhobs## made this class of ailments their especial study, as ag adsslrabla rsgulatsr aad rssterative. FMisoMi mssaskd to sedentary emptoyaantswltto to doors will flsd that sa occasional use of Hoente tie's Brmas geatly samulates the circulation, tnw proves the appetite, ureduccs a regular habit ofbodM. aad prevants meatardepresslea. Vfßxs ITBBT othmb prstcriptiea baa dliapuctato# axpectatloo. to cases wbsre tbe system la suffers# from th* affects of mineral medicines, this poworfu Vxqxta3Lß CoBUCTivx will restore the tons oft## digestive appsratas, quiet the nerves, andarrest t## action of the polsonupox tbe seorsQvc orcaaa aadttff blcod. Fmnn that et Hostutth’s Brrms are rnm blneh the best tonics of Uieveietabufiiagdom, wUh the pure EsaxKci or Bv*, the mlldesto allsilmtw lanu, and that it Is toerefora a sale mediclca when all ordinary tinctures and all unmsdlcated ■~ Tr it t, aTT would oe pernleieni, urtus tsb rxTBBTAiA betwesutoe ootstugeeci all Intermittent and remittent fevwrs it will beidei# tbe best means of recruiting tbs bodily energies, Mins enabling mature, to cope with aad subdue t## malady. Sea-Sicstbss, which front timeimnesortalhsehe# Its own way with IU nnfortuuare victims, la lafallihi# cured, sometimes to a few minutes, always within # tew boon, by a dose or two of tee preparation. Ai A?uiUTni medlctna capable of thoroughJi retoferctog the physical powers, and tbt-reby euaV tag teem to repel the atmospheric pobeu which generate# disease, Hostetter’s Bitter* stand* alone among tonlto, Bo other can compata with It. lit tmm ssatiowAiraad fiyla* hospitals of the armiflK of tbe United States it ts used with marked auccree to recuperate the sick and wounded. Its good effect# when administered under medical npervlaloa fir# freely admitted by army surgeon*. Omens of every grads to the army and .i*vj u# and praise It, and soldiers aad sailers at home *a Meto leave find that do other invfgorant to soon Qtstheafi# resume their active duties m their country’s sarrlee, TasmioiriAL* from GorxßffxzxT officials, avthoi# ofdlstlrimiahedreputAaoD, analytical chesils#, we& knows pnyriclaus, captains of steamships, clergymexu members of the bar, merebaoto, ulcere, beads of put> Ac., are among tea credentlala of this popular specific. To mu without it when infection!* abroad, or ma* der any circumstances where health It to unusual pertL Is a great mistake, and one of whlcb protracted stefe net* or worse consequences may be tee penalty. Own# to tmm unprecedented demand for the ext#, cle last year, difficulty was experienced to keeping u# the stock In th* heads of sgeats; but the sdditlow efi three umaeme bmidligs to the tecMiwat Plttabur# having Increased the tocliltlea formazrotocturlagTOeS volt, ne turther disappointment* used bu apurw bended. Uimiffciraro szAnst being to the tog an article purportlngtobe Hornrrm’a Bmsm# for sale by tbe gallon aud cask. It Is neccaaary to uounce that tee oiMUxn fmtaiatiom is sold la so#. TLMOffLT. Amotosu tbattd practiced by nsserupuioua muere lathe filitoc of the genuine Dottles, after theft original c> nteau have bees u*ed. with fieiy and tenons mixtures, and telling the same as flo« TXB’s Stomach Brrcns Therefore purchase omy ot dealers in good stamllog, whose butoecs eharsMte# are a guarsnue against desepttOß. Tuff Hiatt tax on imported liquors havtog dered their adulteration universal, IS is next to possible to procure aatlunlant that la not more orle« Eol*onon« outside of Qottetter’a Bitten. Their be## i a pure domestic article, guaranteed to be pure, rendered doubly saloUry by un equaled vegetebl# medication. Maw cam* have recently dCeurrdd to which feet## children of tender years have been wonderfully ben* filed by a cr arse, ot this famous stomachic, it le # safe medicine for the human testily without tlonof age or sex. 9n to it that each bottle you buy has the new okom engraved Label, a superb vignette of R«*wS George and the Dragon, with a ahieldcontalniiCiS cautionary inscription underneath; and at the tool m note of hand for offi cint. signed “Hoataktar £ Bmith,” to counterfeit which le a felony. w • Is nmmon to these sATiacAsns WinwwiWK *wjf bottle of “Hoatetter's Celebrated stomach FTk PROTECTED B? THE GOVERNMEBV With an Official Stamp, issued under the iTifhni of tea 11, S, Treaaur Department, To simulate this authentication, u a cim aaazsm tux Uffino STATia, punlahabio or loam innhwe mint and heavy fines. 1 To tsm A9KD and decrepit, t# an who are (mm. emaciated and broken down In health and epirite. m suffering to any way frem Gixxial or Local Dma rv, a coarse of this BxcrnooiaTiffe Suzawm help and new consUraaonal strength OB Ai a MiAffa dr PaaviiTuu ajr> hvmiu» mature decay: of rallying and sastaiatox sakiM'K Sure, of rellevisg Dyspepsia, aad all olher and disturbances of the stomach; ot bracing tered nerve*; of reviving tbe animat spirit*.aad ofTZ gulattox tee seeretiona and the cifulatloa, to m elalmsd thatco medicine now to ezlateaae to parable with this popular Protective and Ewtoragp#, Prepared and sold bj EOSTETTER & SMITH, Pittsburg, Penn. FOE HATE ax DRUGGISTS, GBOOEBS A» STORE-KEEP^ 53 Throughout tee (Hpbe. Nev T«rk Office, S9 Cedar Street.

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