Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, 21 Eylül 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated 21 Eylül 1864 Page 3
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«>pcriai Notices. fowle • P' kcuad tfuiavr vuix* Os l Jttle warrapved « r-snoMiiifii'Cars in an ana* Olfiiei; u»® boitus* lwl.«roty,6crofaU,B*l< Khtu. atd*H rtsta*«»of tht Stric. u? ctK «;( isllore to» pioprtotor r*>qut«u ah t c returnthaomety tjiu>aa*.4 taL«b<w met* •a-.iick I <iml ercalauX entreat u< BTrtfrcly rr-v»»r«4 oy amrnrD Fownn ceemui, 71 Prtsce >'re », Unsto*> A*l dealers-mat iU f *«‘. *oraalalu J bir.a ostP.£. BEYAJS.ond all Drugglttf. tt2V «*w la the T?,tir ISM Mr Mv.fcewi first ptt-pwtc tie VCKKUaK flilK amet ttistuuieittai« i-l m-d py iqoq**xuk. Sctn* nott, '* l * c# fc aajt -wPoc i • nr« co;tr« CkUi- T?c VKP-STifcjs OTa is ti»i r. u ta** world, tfprt e libsiy Tltiy Cents.•!,«, eici lbc *' a*u»Uyw,.diot*.. Ttc vE DYE Is WMTtti-u ret tottjerc u ff. lJ *ir? r^ ,c% ‘ BlE, be»’fer'a dee* e. ’VOS' VKjsfcTIAB DYE works vita r»;‘d>‘T s«9 ctsr. lisir no *) *ep.»’*t'oß «'hnt # »rr. Tbe dt« «ny*u*dt taatm&y thet »ill f,ri» crocK rr vut ont —o»e tn*t ts st r>rrn mn-nt s» th- hsir VoreslthvfcJdrnKcls s. I*rtrr h ■ c-nu. A.I HA»X**6 Ge-e*iJ epic*. *J «»ltf n«et, »ew Ycrk. • Aue.MsEnfs'jturerof sKttiCA He IB 'GLOSs, tbo biti hmr drti>.aU.c ui tue tu lares boU ’Ues, pnee SCc. J ;7fi Mt-lcls » s*w The AubuaV.a& rpcckcc (or nlmu nott w«U ■a* tie zo.'ti o for ih*i abore eost '-ir-ilff j® #d> form nan ecarcalt -xlrt toai It v<l] not VSnparrxt)* cq» . In Iceland U Vr Uie eu6*a*rA Stioecy. I’o-nmU ue«. Aunuc*tioa rstersd. lly It LOKD A SMil£,B3 Liu.c street. Ohl Wluueaalt Wtitun A (TTHEi* BT, he- Pre C b| •cUiiaenA’JSß «.\eoo-.tO . cl BQtilnat-4. £ Hal roa ! Cr **'.n... L» )L«*cl*as fee*. IB till ll o’Coct A M xivai.ce4«tU*« trcca U tdLW ft’cla A. V. A ytri o' tbs \Bi.oß m 'tall CAki d*TOy«d V: cr>nvrr*’l?'. r.Uu lvd>,| or yeitlio.>-DiD l>uf> tfrom7 tvl 8 *c.oe«Au4 irom C;ai- cay* Mcndayt aac T'Jtrtda»a, Tc-ais atCr haovs t.co-j-p fc hc*tiuiu_ iclt t2t»s:r-xewia ME IOAL tOLLl>r-.K OF PKKFayiTASIIA Fb Jldel fl’-li. Sr.«e'eaof lWt-C.% bealiia Of’ftw Facu©- rv—C. HcrrlUT, M 1) t A»i. Mrpr. tl I);S N (jaern ccj.m.d.C u.BiLn U P.;« B-6;ar«*y tVcrcn, M O ? C.'Sffrots, M. l> ; Prof 8 enksni. Adittfcs C,ELiIL>AN, fc. D.l>R»t.llos Fil'iJtl street. eepiS-qsiV-gt-htA W Ypham’s HAIR GLOSS. AK/- CURLING PnUID ll the bort bat-.crm.jr-r Id tie «o'id It l,tp«'ia a btaoMfol plcEito tbe Htir,trips t fecarl.prouo eiiLcrorUt, d;c. Price, Wcc t* a nutria VE • Ty.tt oi % raRN“ m aatre atd spe% dr cnie lor fet cr, linruci. Ca*pv«d Saaos. Bar ber> ltcb.ee P.icc.FKcnMab''#. UPBAU’S ASTFiAACOAt re^itTi 1 * tbvtaolt v'o« lent paresyinit id *f i» aiiiuisa, t&d affccu a Price, «• *.p*«fc es UPfiAG‘B FAVlji aND AfaCk fiPeCtITC u var- Xinitd cct ax*T c*Bt ct CiiU.a’.a Vtve:,naiaat- UrbowlooK r.acdJwt frtc», s ai-or. UrflAU'l rO vhkr will remove tbr lifer irom 1. w f-r* Le.d# la Cre u iuuiLt. wIUIOCt Injcrj to tbe t*it. Price. Si h bottle. DR. LA PoßTt’B LI • £ Kn JC • iL'he; restKerrtte Brd Brjuvertt.nc U tacoy. icrt -ret \os»q T»it»r aii wbo err toF-rtiuc irorc lt»|ifcire4 Sp’oal EailcT, ©tnooaliabiiy. «tc.. anruc *ro« cause. Pnce.f’apici tjre- 7Jlfc J«l'aKLa/i: Hillfei Mlic lo r «tbe Whj»a«n usd Moettat-ce a '>«t,‘itrti l Verr or li cos «»t%cfonJr one rrtr«rariuu. Colorwu not laao or WtuhuUi. (icij M CtBU a bJ:, SofebjS ‘.'.UfliaVl «»tmthßicWh«fj«%Poaa dfirb'a are by i»ruetine, Clrctuaresat! tree* Sc. kf'fll Dr. Jnmcs. F?.*r-sr*y r* jraci’ UiUvom Hosa atieci, tScw OliSib*. La.,eit*M».n.c u. IS6U, a»w jk si 5t itactotyb evr«, vb! U fit oil. 6rccia'> at 1l tac ua*tu.wt al au> 0« oats, ataacu- DIAL, SCWJ ULOTB, »&d 111 f.l di O’ IfLuOP ISfB ‘ ESI Diasasia avr DiaoßDaub, or a Lo>r*e onVtn xrjjL a, carte then: RlAr-nt tc lisrrc.'y.looox Fotacbu, . an* poison, toaiwtca a e**rraAi.iza' a wmv* «3vrn lot av jinmon ••re mo*c ran* jci OfiStT'o WE/aarat, a* MUDbi 'heads**, SLtctcxnai an* "latral ulvu, tvouaht os by abuse oi t’j* rnu, varlj UcatC'eFota. ezeesf o; entnl.e* fnßiot, dc:T**f' -i. jlcbo&s *ui .-fu»> with ettaf o-pi** »>.|t ti'i'* l y-pto-vajtraatsd a“*d rikica3y .uno >v *|. latiirnvcfc ttar aae.er»et*t.. Gl;et, asd all firm iaz *v»rc< »«:•*.*■(«, nacnr*. radiCbUy , „ , _ , „ r)>d dlisurt of The MOST «0* rli>vS w&ars tbe olco* has betome Wo7rhw er **r. (as«. aiall wst*r« hli*tc’s ra‘«».ti* tkc bb«d andbeasa, clt*ra-*d throat, ooa«. nmav and bocy. ftero(cia, totetbe- with a* of inSerlapa. D- jdcat u reiom-tsfle- Oi u.« >.*••** t.m-rtitf c. li ; boett, i t aifr faulty, rto?* ®vd ICalcUlttf-i «tc Taoai aF'Ctt- *lmu>d »wa** d.ately, a - .dbc cured -1 UTe-^.w. Rtnj*mb*^.-t.-liset*‘’-V.c- a* * f*a-ur* a»f*TBB Rarof ‘pli.t»e vw 6*‘ T*»s*b-irc«tte-ta. - Ofilf-e from P a. in nutll>p m. cjcilceßlieL Dr. BiffdOiT, ' , CmCduitlu' Pcja*-U» , (KiU locals. He..} •*b be C‘C»nU *c %l ri-B r- f?c*.’ oa 5 'iarr«»ri*t. oori-fri ®i aicol- «. t.lilcaeo Hi- ••■1» ofru.« tu« Foil Lifflcv. on "-1 Ccronic ta- l):t&~<aa e* c private »Bd la »■ w«i*o b*; trastc wnU U2i a»iilc ed*C-C»«i I: '-o-r a **r>hrvt, wo»rt n*. t:-eivr «* •. loo or viU iO« »trtc r e»T pnTfccr. OD .tij.ovi foot* at. tOfP U.; IP to 2 •. M poctdet’lU. OoaaQaatTXaflre-. F O Hex Js< Eudcß' tv.- ftaaipsaeAc tb’« io health. Frota 18. Jonr expert. cc: it * oip*t»l * <0 privet*practice teiaablot ,»rXoiit «e«viU*ii»r. ante* rer»ct crJtr p** 'u their n.ot t at*-re and coaiitlc ie' n*.«a. Id % »b i *Lart tirra, vttUwc.l.l fvool Mrtrtrr Toart r. cl edTrinE (rn-n ••!■ abaae are mroett to r*U A »>eri»ci rare «7HTrae--d F^m».cirM«al=f> ttc at*f r d&c‘ cr. °ui»eTtT, ve‘«tru»U .a -ot pevaana Jiav'cp atT to ic-mte». envna ealJ at onca and be cnrtC Bet* cf ctcr r-Jareac** to ability and meet**. aa«M>rf2-B.i« FRAO.TY OE-FHY fs ertrjt??c.y. Jl trista cs, aad jfc.iwa rofniu aruifcf «ro— fa*lv 'ontapvi cct .•duklicu u.sl bt ttbreUrd. «:vb » «U't XLetfeW o* ike canvicj% ct ; cacc u «-.«• yir rtrt«. SoJtf by r*», A. ea.HBOw. 9C Elvechar nreet, w«v» forte. ' itaUtiJ frs* tT«rjT?VCTe .'c >»f 01 b Bco vn». Tr ItandoW'- vtr»*t.Ct«ie*.ro,ni. «liO/ ?( t wO y*«/w * co-iO***-. »»-r« creeti.reoria.Tr Kcto SEW LAW BOOKS, LITTLE, BRDV/K & 03., Law and Foreign Booksellers. 110 Wnthlnttoiiiitrert, Boston* rußioitn Ten dlI ETDfUn r> OK TC* L*»WOP TILL*. EmbT*> *cc atoo TEB CE OF laSc-KITF; Mb EFFECT OF EXTBI.WC EVIDEKJE: TEE OiKAAIOH A* D -QSSTIiUCTiOS OF f*TM6pp'»c*U-‘ to imi« ; uttti Forme *afi lifitrcc* Host, fer prepfctlrg Ft 111*. Bj lo**c F.BtrAtld, XL B. Frtte lltC. iXSJ SECIS7LT rVBLUUSS: ■WAAEBrUK OK THE AHtHI LaWOFBIAL TiiOrjiim. B; Sicoty tf«tibuz-»Ll*.u* fcetcn4 EtUUO".ir«tllycßlarp*d. toU Bra. P.iCh $5. *P aeticalTrea tue on the power to Beil Lend for the Koh heyxsent ol Taxea uuwed thtreon j brooth - down to the pre sent Ud>c. Ej non. E, H. Do'Ltie-t. Second Ballon. t\o. price *5, EIRBOPON WABFIAGE •KO PIVOHCE. Csa* ftientwleeosibs L*.w ol W*rr-»*c me ulroroe. ol Separation -rjthcnt DJnacee. *i(i of the hylsenc* 01 Uwnwte iß»tili.?Tief ✓ £,• Jr el Preotiii fafehop. 2 \ole Bto. Fcnrih Edl ISB. »*.lcc * 5 BBOWNfc ON THE STACUTAI Of Ft*AO r « A TreetUe on thefoauncicr. cf thi Stetnteof FrwSt, sa it firct ,n E*-j.UiC aud tin CU>c- Slate* By Cnuftct Brcirxe, Eiq. Jon. rerleed wic cclerrrd. Pro. Price ?BtC UNITED BTATFB AKMJAL DIGEST FDB PEL By A. Fsjcfr6KiJU.,Efctj* itcjalfiyo. Price aC.SD. UMTEPbTAItB u"B V**«esetthePlrtSta tion cf the Timj-Aiphib Crnercfi. Jidttltn. Eoj»i6»o Price f-Ac. SIAPT IK A r*w DAY*; UTLLAKO OS’ MOBf 0 tOESjDF '* AL SuhAJ. I'hOlttLil* IbUC Ld.sm, tittilf «*• 2 Tri»- bto. ALLEN’- 1 jtrf'PcßT# OI r»*M Ar£n«4 *r* ne‘<r* 'miDfC )>■ Hie Pup<eti»e Jud;r;*l cuart ol iCMitcao <setts. Vol.‘. GUAT*S BffO’TA o' €•»•« A-JTltfl aud Deter j. Inca tLc tcj.tMUt JaoicUl C.-ar: ct MA'nchu* fltlU. Vol. ll* BOtJTWUX’S OF TPE KXOI&E A3SD «7>t t.a»-. fount Edition. idS tia *• y-»*w jpABTOK’S WORKS. UMkTußa EXUTiOK. MABO* BSOIFtKS tare the ©lessors of ecaco el- e a uniform ecnii.t of Wr. Panot*# worse, to sine nolotrirt. nOYTJ fvq. to TOtion* clement OUiCicgt, *Tbe loVowtna luc'cs-d: THS UPE OK B <I7 I AMIN FRaKKLIH, . 3 rola ' TUEUKBOF ABD EWJACESOK, « TOl» teexife or aauos bubb. . 2 Tila. nEKtHAi BUTLKB IN* KEW ORLUAKS, 1 TOL ■?THE h-UiIKSGUB POETRY OF THE EUGLI3H IANSUaGS* ' 1 TO.. PBICEw. -Cloth, Extra, M *0; C <r. , Extra, mlt sfl£e«, 53100; ilwa-V 8b". I $3 ton- lit: cals or «o rc-cco |39,i0; Wnfl aferocco Uo bicptapber Ixa wilt ec raoresoccr* folly in the ac*u»ceib »t»c reiaae»e»3d Ytaor oltai b»spow-rcr reuintae the in terc-toi n&ders tec rjci dtUkla.ar.nsl- Tncernr»d r»cbofhi*«i W B%»«rtr*c-cd TPUCh atteuMoo sue ctjoywt su iuo oo 11 Sint APiearunc*. woo • h*re uwcathe-r place in tne frost task of »*sada*d h'or*piin ** ieiroafc by H .80S HBOT3EI2S, 1 Mercer (tree*-. Kow York. sehKSn-St n wfcrti Tl/TUNRO’S TEN CENT NOV *rft»e nobllcatlona fc»vf >c**!tc* tnvt fci Kb weqnilKd laitJfJtue apace of tioic me e * t *o suppr fc efceaDiUtr.tnre. eopirlnr to any n«& beta in the market o* onde-.e Si tKrtoSSIMF«»' *»«»w S5 Tifriiiffl «f tb« ealfenor envy tf DroKrt-'lcirn Oa»beoVi«r b%nft. upon the m too olt*n b»P- Sra.ib.v/tS.T.r. «cftnißßitemcortaiii an.iocji* YicUonttiA* mertt wi.l aiacrtiwelf 1# «plt«9f afi.g* Toeitlotu they u.e cnttiue be- the very Thefonovto- la a Ustofttelr norel*, which speak, •forlbupaelTw; ' Tb - Bunteta. 3. The Trmoper’aPetreat. S. ihe patriot Ulzb**3nran. 4, ‘llip bont'Ci Utionltft. - t 1 he Track of F re. 6. tbe Mas lv»l>r. 1. enuioue T«p>f»*a 8. Tfc- Oeatn F»ra. 0. Tb* 1»41a% skATer. IC. The rattle C«t:hpr. , 2 . Tn> Batter ■ Trtaispb. . ||, tbeOciuiUtan iS. The Vorr Oo «rttet. 11. Ztkc Bt-reum, tne Lian fatoTtcd SiOUt. 15. The fioouTse of thr Seal. ifl. TTj* C&pilra ifalden. _ _ 17 lions liigHi Joe: ot.tncUmouoftbe Woola. 16. The trudge n* of he Moaauuta. IS. lb* Forest Ix>dre at. The Bolivians Banser* 21. iUuieantke l/tck; or, tlaFlower ot the Wlj* -worn. tr These boobs »re fer *ale by all WeW* Aceits «adDookcellara, and »enl p?*i-pold on recent of price. liberal tern to* Aatnti. GfcOUGE UtTXBO * No rn w»»»%m-*r X Y. y*w i* g>ljip ffiljanblcrs. " 6DZP CnAXDLSBS, p&iaeri is 'iWINiCB ANDCOKJOaGK 205 & 207 Booth *Varer Street oonti «r west. , caioieo, W«h»T« »t »U tUDH tbc Urceila&d bcstaeisn tnb&t 111 UlB WWt W w a VTLt J VD TABKKO BJFB,' DKCfllg WFg B „ BUELtPB, lAB *AKO FtOCKS COAL »AK.“ BOOniiO P ‘ TCB ANl> m^“ L J 4 IKQ COTTON, FLAX AHO HXtfP TWINS*. Tents, fEtpAUlifil. SUpJßSßtfcl 6tßßdAT<lt« Otiido&t, fltgt, to °rd«c- • .BTHMUBB. J.ft.TDKRB* e, B. CASrttSTZS. sss*f«Ba-i» Banking anfl iSicjjangt. CUKTc, NATIOXCAw BaSf li. QV X CHICAGO. Capital* - - • • 0300,000. R« t jai<w«u« »N«t. U. S. DEPOSITORY & FISCAL AGENT. euTjscaffnoss bbobivkd »ob L«u »bd 10-40 Gold Slear !o; B«ndfl, fCA*r ©. LOMBARD, JgSrAH LOS£BA»I>, . *a2Sp€Sßsm Cutler. pregteat* :£B K N ATI OnaX- JBAJTi: OP OHICA6O. OtPXTAI. #250.000. Thit flaak Bavla/ vltt *n the i*rcnslow afthelbw,wißoTitt.*Kiot Jaly iniU*t,CftViraPase btalsesila tu r»*ak»« ‘«Ete, 111 Laih-st., Stria* Star Ciildag. • j YOUM# Vrexjdaßt, . PA*Ji, vict-p?e*v. y, w, JukGS. haablsr. ravarun Omtß or CXxrrzexxyr >y the Crasnycr. > WaaniHTta*, Jose n. ItU.; s» eat,s.c:icrf fir*ttrufc to tlx cOUtertisnedf it ha# bees saada to appetu that 7X> Okt&a«c t !t ttc Cecity cf ceektrf ftswVfßuab'- cas been only orrcslsad vzaei tetbs req«lro3*ai!« of w«.Actof Ccnxrwc tatMw * ej Art to preside a Fancoa: Dorrrsct or t ; piece* or Dutrd butt# bescs, and to ©rondf- fer tit rrr.v «‘Joa en< red»«r.s!ea Uttre rt. n tpx^ertf /ncr C.lE64,'annbM ccotvhe# with «9 *«« -r nucrac-' ire Act reu«u»s teb: cmr-Utd wttr btfire car *De&ctni tko PU.-BWB ef •■ikitr tr der i»ifl ♦m, »o« tberefere. L HFCB UeCBLDOC-. Dorn* troUet ot Ck.« < Ac t»:cb» csrt •») Tc Mechfiß'.u' Patiea«J tt»y. of Chir.at*, u. .* Chicago.la tfar oOTb *■ 9#-»J3V3!c ComytroDer of tbt Cuzrssrr RAKB SC OF CHICAGO. * reetbVut comer Lake and Olarv-cw. dAPl'fAl'i paifi tu, - • - IhU&biHf. K. AiSfe-K. preaidMt. BAHL. M, KICKVHBSF, Vlce-Pre*t. R. 8. BBAZRCEX. CXA&IET. IStiucatumgl. ST. LOPIS MEDICAL, GOT* will comneace.«» nsoal on TUESDAY, KOVEUBEBitA There will be sortoaUastr e»er»« la Oet« =er. Feet for tbe whole cource. (paid la advance) irclacut xnatnccle ion t'C dlnecuet. amount to ti:S. fer tn'therlnlormattoiiorc’rcclavaecree* _ _ CHARLES A. POPE, Deaa. acsx <iM4tgtev wAßAfcmr | Dm. WILD. • MRS. N. F. WILLIS la prepared to recelvsafew additloeal impOshs tweta ce&gcscnaad 14, to h* .edccited wl*.b bet dscchtrrßfc-. Idlowlld. The »c*ooj ytar tnl! her It BertezoberlStb. Adiree* WooCua,Oi*uz»Co„M. Y, aun-oiSS to-g-n Ay-a ■ mm coi le&iate school JL re rpeu vl*h every tavantaca Ur tha In etmrfjoDCf joctb.ontbß _ First Woodny of September, 1881 Bteaea < rtitjrezßet clto*u AvpUsawnn te he made a: ro6Cble»p« aTkcna.taaT Rn«a itraat >*is»i6\«iwt» egt-Baa QUAcrENsos. ®8 (Eotitractots. a DISTANT QUABTHRMAS AS. TEE’S OFFICE. „ , ~ . H«ox Tblafd, TIL, Sep*. 17,18 U. SEALED PROPOsaLS la topljcatr are JovlxJ; tor will be receives by tbe und»:B'.yi ed at bl* oaTce. in Rock Island, IU M O' n) FAIDAT V 3 is. SRh da/ wf B-p eroier, icTfainuhmr.nbder hu- • xedUoaifOd bui; ei« Ritauilscm to he-Jo- Ureiesceta-etntbe lit ard Si*t Ocioosi, *8»»;aa-t f»xtbe mc-iiths cVKoramofr and Dsc«m , »er, atd J«; n»ry and Febrnaiy..B6s,lorly ibouaaio aosb •lk per nsotib, vnlc«r aihcrtrue o-ctretJ bt ih< Qa»r tenrak.erG.Bf.'sLor other prrpir aothsrity.ta be dellr»i» d at Roh: Barrtcki. UUao t, or os tie Gcremceit tntcb, certuccted otC he la’.tsd, f-ee C *Bicl*wl'ltecutcru'Jiedfcr the quaitlly reqnUad MP*r»‘elv,o* jT.'rthe qn*DU‘yresoi'cd e»ch. south. bneretefaihiSfcrs vi Ibe prepared t« enter mfo aTlUtnc n’rart*. withaoodat- anlUcteat seearuy, Ibi.iedia-Hyo' tbetccijit-nseofUicl-tide. Etch bid me** be it. the fosfowtta fona: The sto a-f-iiin lirrcbyjrnK'M* to furr.»b aeo cellar loth# Ucl’e? Stffcict ihe Ou»rU:ruia*t.r> D-oit at itsow l»lsne,lll*, cyrect-hiy t» tb* terms of your adror ltMm<Tt)i.vJtmp pr-peesls to*ar-ysnpp»e. 4 ,aved t>#pt 1713,ihU, ih- articles.vU: ——-an* pTiLjrc —lO Cfcr Jblo a wrti-DCoaTact --IbtJC UtJtoc Bt.te*, ai>b coc-d approve* isccruir*. tribetp.cbof&rc oay*aLer beme coUnuithat the bifihwae'aro'tcp’td. FOP.M OF GUARANTY. Ve, lie tmdcrucned, re idcnta of - la the Conwy oi - ucrrby jotnvy *a' e*«nycfv.na twUhiheUniteast* et.stu cot uLtee iccttt .h* rortre*tp fti cf hsacccp*.c,i, -.hct he rr ther wm wrhln 6*yi the *c ceptasce eftbecaui b‘V. extent* the co-trsct for t't p .ir.t witb cobfianf’ftUiciaat aarc uA,m»*tuu-qa*l te oi«-’h!r* rfihc airoauw-f -hjcoa rac t vopsrorm the work ot Jum'ilubeanlCiCf proppiediaonfanni j to tliet'tmv ofsivirtJs:iseot date: the lB6l, un der which he Ad v*-* ai>d in rase said shall f. i! to c r -ter Il’o rottrtet a* t toxesal:, a c to xsake tood thed'Feresce betwern thecnef by the et'd ■ ndt’esextlrweat rcrponaoleb'd der.crthe penos to whom, the contract -maype * Gives *tipfler xny hand and ietJ this. • ■ d»y~ cf ,’WI- ISVkLj 1 he nndtn,ipnedieee-TC« ’hariabt to reject any ot ah hide, if de-med nurcaioosble. Bid* <.lll he ca ter aiecd for the.entire quantity rtonlrad, or sepo taAfwezt win be par. fit the compl:U r n o f each contract. If wade monthly, ara ettire quantity llverf d lb each fuz.ee es u.ay be prvvicca ry th* Do must be esdcreaS ** Prop ttaU for Coal,** ud oar reaiea to Caps. B. F. Bene, A. Q. at Reck lalasd.llu Any further icfcrxaatkm desired, fCJ he dvm, oa appheatioste B-r* BEkO*. beptlt-aUMIt Cap:. A A. A. Q. M. OBLIGE PURCHASING COil- VISBACr <-F SUBfiIsrFKCK. * !>»., tepMUfc, 1864. CELLED PsOTOSAIrb, la doalictie. u« mmed MIUJV.OS rKIDe.I, the S*4 c*t of September. If 6*. for mm J;li* ibt Safeßisteaeo Defi*'t«*nt witp Icur Uiooeaid <4 (6- >leu or B«tT ca'ile on He boot. cellTcr? oftfce Caaleto tala place at >▼*&*• rllle. ltd ,io eamatnoß is tu den tram iba tUalajt ol tit contract. tacio coatuef at the rate of oat tnoosaro rtr wcet uul tte acntracl be completed 11. b cuttle lo oe * anted onu« hc-Ib*, ando**-aaK tte trcsi * tight to determined to cod .t.tu'e the aei kclllu «Ltch ibkll »eta* pnrcbM ng *fbiiat The overate wctbt or tbe Cat*, e V> be t» lease elt realm dred OtCO) p'aads irrcis atd noantnaito be XtCOiTtd wclgCjEU icae tou on* tkonaand (18.C) P? a I ?ieA inapictlca *sl' be made at each c elitery by ■ocbiMbrtoac atue Uotenmeni zci>r direct* Hull*.* fcie, t>etn tt.a Eultx* tmin'.t be received. Tl-e bid'- vi loe e. Ocr e-, * rrcpstfcU xor Its Bed t:at Jt,” *■'*£ will be directed w the adder eio.ee at £van*Tli«t. Ittiana . . cich peiion an dm cue of a firm every member cf tiefinmcfftraea bid, meat tim bi name to t*« temela leU.xndocctißpisy itby an oavn ox auegl meet thefifcUo.al iiiTCus® t , XnaddU cate t.aaboto u 1» roeclrod that cacb bi6C»rb«pnttnttort»p«ndtobla wj, *aa ° 5 Pre pared ioc»te bidden b geotanc ijei, fer tte uJthre’ pencmatc* cf tee csctr*c„ • £att bid, to ««ch t o ceasicirailoi.. auu ?e acson pave* by • vrittm gca.ai.ee cf ivc responsible f cf —. Bine cf —-.do terebj jmeraatectaat tor art) ar-Ie to ralflij t contract m arxo.dance win tbe tcr«i* or big (or iLfcJDirooctrJon, arctbeeitma (ortarli) prrp-ju tim be >cc»pttd tot (or they) «HJ.iOBCe eater into a cottibct :u accordance ana •« *rt pre i.a’«d to become bi* (or f,e r) cities t* cc aar l utUctentbo. ci ill tx Ifca rtft!‘nfciDill*j o* tte tuaraatmmcitb • caawi by ih«(filci»iOil Oca eor tne of t .* Dicrltc Cturt O'C! the to*ttT. *o be snC'oaec ■ ‘ . ... . fajctcU Will be made Is certificate* of Indebted- ECU. bn>: I do hereby rccpcit X l imv-h vbt B-.brirtsrce Da tst:a.tht With Urs.hiatd (-) B.tf C*.tl» cn the bocf fa rtxtct scsordsece with the c ixniaoß; ot tee tneotte ac?cr;u«.*-eot. to tie Otliftrea at ErasjTUle. iidtsia, for the ssb cf per hue bus- JcrtYai thinitr Itea fonr lhon«ad (4 r .«) tUUif *«>ertaued. E i B w r a ttl7-ran-tt Capt.ehiUs.ft u.&.A. ÜBOPOS&f.S VOB ?!>0 000 SEW ST >F-iGnßonde, »! B .ff»'*atcrßcn , *an4tVS,flSß Lliort KcnlbiP*' Bead* of Vx wily of Ctlces J. 6 tC»ra»-oi.x»» , 6p«-ici». ? Cnrciao. t«pt.l«ui.isGC.J eh-ltd PHO?OB LLL will »cuctuT<d tuSu office, twii . Scriercber »6’.h, it 12 e’ciocn M-, wbsn ibc ear e >»: li oe rmclicy ooaotd irr *• *U-*ic of %h'i part of Fifty Tbouiaid Diliare (t.C.j.B) of -e ••* elite tend cl Ibe c«ncdn»'.i©n of on* tb|iaiinl dc&aja eacb.dated Julj ici»iSCl, acapcyab *.a be * Tort twen'y.ionr sears atfc,r ttciroais, sasb ~oup<ci lor iclcrt»i st tfce rate ol tsvca (7) per ct*i. per an sam.tayab'.ewint taruk ly la IwsjYori, A. uniing tspo it proMdec for -beir xecempUcji- __ AIM. jot the wbcle cr »py p*it of f»inft;*Eltbt Tbcmasd Dollfin a v V»*tr Btnib* or oie tb seand dtdlart e*cr, psyrtit la yew 1 orS Jni* »ar t 3t%a, wlib c-.ODca» lor laitiiw.al tit r*t±crt-rm.\l) pffr c*rt per ißncts, payable ••ujl*‘-iita»l<y i ‘■nr these bones me bneiiyls pjedtec. and tsxv i>cb required cr law if - rears tre also rpscially kprrcpnnted, wbirb last year vielflec a surplus of tu'J.US'O suer pa»in* laterert uinbew* erCeM.BT.di-r«e;ii! incrtssue. Also, fo i Fin era Tbrnttad Do lara * cal Jpvlbcnm payable Uic, let, is:r,li.ycwlork,fl! tas «iae de tominatJonsrd rate?**? tenu annca‘fy at s-r«a (7) per cent, A land it prorided for tbendwnp* trend ti.e e bonds also. u ibetr*po**bi »ili tpectly thf bind anc amonnt do ilr« d. atfl price bid per s.vc.oc thereof. inaibc place of celmn.wbc brr Ctlcsfc.o or »-r wTort- Tbs per* fesaa xt-oe* proposal are acW.w w.ji reedye :nfo> nation of tae b*cte at tbls office, or *at tbe office cT iteisrs. Doncm. Sbe*maa A Co- Kew it or*, «t m*y be ecacE*t*d is ibsc propnsns wber**beT w'Eoert cntrtd to denote wtuin fire dam trier tbeOi»-aing ui ta« ricpotals the sates awarded to Ibwn respec tively, trim tetpresJarnttbarecn, and lha interest teemed frem Ju!y Ist to tbs 13ms of deaceit of n*y xtfat Bends «1U be de’lrrred in CD'C«'o.*fip-2.;e. oidia Koir VortSepics.berCfib.asitepliceafcre' tale to tns p:nic« cn-iiUdio tbsca. . >acb <ropetal s*ocid bo seaed, and. osoen.d “Prcpwalt lor city B pdf,” aad cdlretsoe to ibe ua dcisitnefl. an> wb rt> tto parUesaietot toownto bin sbon)dcon*-stii icMeuwc ,' w , v Cocrtrdicr rettmf. a?nrnal.iberlcbfctor** lcct«E, orViltliß WSi.sr tut pnKte ijisrais .tiouiil CP, 8 c5w,11,r. 13oots a«u Sijocs. 1 ■ K'Alit TRABB—IBC4: SO Lake Slretd, Chicago, Hh, ££« 03cr for tilt OKB OF THE LABGK4T STOCZS CP- BOOTS &sn> SHOES Bvcr troasbt to this Market, la there thsea of blyburleecwebeuere thet fiBET GOO--S aBK THE CEKAPSBT, asd hire atiec-ed unr Fall stock with e»peo ai reiercnce to attectlan 1> called to ear GUSTOSC* UABZ BOOTS, which gas kotbs xsoxi.hZD. EXTIIA BZZLS A 6P£C£AIiITY. tTyt-tuSS-tf ii gOOTS AND SHOES REMOVAL. E£LL, SOUTHWIOK & GO,, BUCCEBSOBS TO SENEBICT HALL & CGT, Eire removed to Kos. 384 & 386 Broadway. rms7 poob abotb wbu* sr« NETW YORK. Vf c have greatly eaianrod out jnbsu&ctsrifip’ deport* meek uc aow bare coaatuitly on band a very wet oet of cae sewed werk ct ear ewn manalacCsre. K which wo umve the attenttoa of Westsrn m*ixi±a&ba Wo zaskt all tne Ut«*t oi MosT. Boys' &m I ©Bins’ Calf hoots, ►almora!*, CoaeroesQall ers and Buckis Shoes, at u ladjcs*. Mi-set'ami ChildrenEqtooco, Glove kic aod lmUck w»rk—tf sdeblneaTwc&znd Uet cry best Quality c.' cool*. uramm-cst t* Tp'CONOM'X IS WEaI.TQ.-"' 01 Tr, ' ?i “ rr; Pwiofop*im reoisrln* tbsl ** a prnnysuvtdtsa penay earnei. ic* cf your traFte ptw pr'BPrre it, asoree*lveitatcniTaJettis carfu•vt’ch.wcwinptj U.t o’fi nrweperer: ot ertry fleeanp-ioc waal» 91 teTtcld DAtapblrts rf fcl* land*, old oircal»r*,taad bills, ticket* caK's.earalonise. and old scrip paaaj to all it* va/ieu* k a qnanutiwf Ur** »«Alto old wntirc I'spor and *cho^lbto»i.oi4niaj,kb'v«-t, ledeert ttc..offcu» site, it taa«t«r* sot Ttcrt aca-pSOACtIs us W.KBdoJph street- Acohdeous ke, E- Anybody who vjihee to litre their Aecrdeoi, FltiUner cr a»moo!ic*r r«*»*rod er tuaefl ae*UT. will bar* a pood chance bj at&dinz them to No 25 Cljhounio anane, uU allfr-lw CljicciQO tribune. WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMBEE 21, IBM. PUBbIDEniAL ELECIIOfI NOV* 8 Republican Union Nominations* VOB PRBSIBrST. ABIIAHam lincolit. OP ILLINOIS. VOB vies mBSIfiEOT, ANDREW JORRSOK, OP TENNESSEE. FonGovsnsoa:- CICHABDJ. OGLESBY. For tatt, Oovxßjroß;-WILLIAM BBOSS. Fob Sec. or State: SHAEON TTKOALB. Fob acditob; 0. 3. MINER. Fob State Tbeasttssr : JA». H. BEVEEIDGG. FohScp. Pcx Ixstsuo : NE W TON BATE MAN. Pietldeadal Electors* . 808 TOT STATS AT LABOR J JOHN BOUCUEETT. of Union. FRANCIS A 'HOFFMAN* of DaPAje, BENJAMIN i/L. PRENTISS, Adams. District electors. t—Jesx Y. Fabwtll, B—Jas. C. Oerrstmo, 2—AXEOK 8. tflT.l.vJi, 9—Williax Walkeb, 5 doss Y. Bcstacb, 10—Taos. W Baaßis, 4—Jaotb S Foonx, . ll—N. M. ftfcCnxor. 6 Job» J. Bes.vbtt. J3—llbsbt 8. Barb a, C—Wx. T. nonoKi, 18— Zbsas S. Currosn. 7 Fuajtklix Bxape. For members or Congress. At large—SAMUEL W. sfODLTON, Dist. I—john wPNrwoirra. ii—JOHN p parks Worth. in—B. B. WABUJIURKB. IV—A. o. HABDIN4. V—EBON C. IKGERSOLL. VI—B C. COOK vn-u. P. Q. BBOMWELU . VIII—SHELBY M. OULLOM. IX—HUGH FULLERTON. XI—K. CALLAHAN. SI3—JEHU BAKER. XJU-A. J. KUYKENDALL. Gor, Tates’Appointments. At the suggestion of Governor Morton of Indiana, Governor Yates and Hoa WaP. K*Hogg have changed the dates of their ap pointments ss heretofore aaaoanced, in or der that Governar Yat.esanay fill certain ap pointments that Governor Morton has mads for him in Indiana. In cocsequexicenf this arrangement, Gov., Tates and Judge Kellogg have recalled tbe list of their appointments, as recently pub lished, and changed It as follows: Gov. Yates and Judge Wm. P. Kellogg will, address moss meetings at tbe folio wing times and places: Sprlngfeld Wednesday, Oct. 6 Hacomb, McDouofb Co Friday. Oct. 7. Cantor, Fauoo Co Saturday, Oct. 8, ilonmonlh, Wama Co *. Monoay, Oct. 10. Oquawha. Henderson Co Tuesday, Oct. It. A edo, K freer Ca .TTedoe#day, Oct. 12, Bock Iflanajlock liland Co.. ...Thared jy, Oct. 13. Catohndse. Henry Co Friday, Oct. 3-i. Morri*. Oronoy Co Saturday, Oct. IS. Pontiac. UriDgaton Co Monday. Oct. 17 Peoria, Peoria Co - .Wednesday, Oct. 19 fflaas Fleeting. Ire Southern Ullaoln* Hod. William Bross, caedidale for Lieut* Governor, and Hon. D, L. Palllipß, U. 3. MarEbsll for tie District ef fiouthern XHi ccls, will epesk at Union mass meetings at the followise places, at 3 pm.: 3lt Vcrnot, JeCerion Co Thar«d*y, S-pt, 23 Bectoiu Frenk’in Co Friday Sept. 23 McLf inshore, HsmlHob Co Saturday, Sept. 21 Canal. White Co —Monday, Sept. SC llMirißbnirh Saline Co Wednesday, Sept. 23 Usnou, Wllbwneon Co Ihnnday, Sept. S3 Vienna, Johnson Co Frida', Sent. SO • - a —-Oct.l Jcaettoro, Union Co Caroouiale, Jackson Co ..Monday-. Oct 8 Frask Lumbard, thedUtlngnlilici. yocdist, will be present at all these meeting andfclng ceTuai of Ms inimitable cucpatgn songa. JT XI. W. Tooboy, The celebrated Irish orator, will speak as fol lows r Joliet, Wlllconn»T Thursday, Sept, 22. At a*»»a LaSalle county Friday. Sept. 2L LaMl I ’. L'-SaUi* county Saturday, Sept. 24. Poorle,Peoria county Monday, Scot. 26. Fekiut Tazewell county.-...Wednesday, Sept. 23. Havana, Jlasen county Friday, Soot. 30. Bia OMown, C«sb county ... ilenoty, Oct. 9, Mt StttJlnt»,Brown county, Tnetdaj, Oct. *. Quincy, Adam* county.........VTedceidaj, Oct 5. Local committees will please furnish conveyance to the next point Jas. P. Boot. Anther of the well known pamphlet en titled “The Great Conflict; or Cause and Cure of Seceeaion,” trill apeakat the follow ing placet la Bureau county: Thuridiy evening, Scot. 23d, at Wyauet, Friday eftenuxm. Sept. 2td. at. Xew BediOrd. Monday evening, Sept. Stick, at HollewayvUie. Tnemay ertnmg. Sept. 2Tlh, at Arllncioa. Wednesday evening, Sept. 23 b, at LitfoUle. Thursday ermire, Sept, 29;h. at Malden. Friday evening. Sept. 80th, at PrinceKiu. Mann flloednga-Gen.. Oatetbpi Ap> pelntmento* " Gen Oclesby will sneak aafoDows:. UiComh, ilcDonoutk county.... Friday, Sept 93, Quincy. Adana county Saturday, Sept. So. Pitti-fiaJd, I’ifcc county Monday, Sept. 26. CiTToUec. Green counti Wednesday, Sept 23. LdwtrfleTjlJc, Mtdlfon county....Friday, SepUSO. Seville. St. Clair conaty Saturday, Oct. I. Cod. J D. Ward’s Appointment*. Cftftlijse, Uaccock Co Tbcreday, Sept. S3 Quiurj, Adame Co Saturday, Scot. 2t VimileU, i*lroCo Monday, Sept. S6 C»fTolton, Oreone Co VTeoGeiday, Sept. 23 Edwaroavil’e, Madisda-Co Friday, &ept. 30 EU Clair Co Saturday, Oct. 1 Bog. s. W. CTonltou’a Appointment*. Candidate lor CongreM atLarge. Woodford Co Sept. SI WftfcGiGßton, Tazewell Co Sept. S3 Bos S. iL Cuixom will speak at ctci of tfce uSorc meetings. Peoria ' IrtCOD Ucaceplo. Hob. E. C. Ixgeksoll will apeak at the latter placea, ottowa Merrls Thursday, Sept 23 Joliet Fridty.Bept. jjO Vortrii-e, DeSalb Co Oct. -1 Boa. W. T. Hopkins, candidate. far Elector speak at thcee meetings. WriOL* Monday, Oct. 3 With E. C. Ingeesoll and Jesse Ltsch. Son- D. Jilcharda s Appointments. Genesee, HVnry Cel Moaday, Oct. 8 Tor*tow*,Bnicao Co ...Tuesday, Oct. 4 ErJtv Whiter ide Co Wednesday. Oct. 6 Lyaden, Whiteside Co Thursday, Oct. B Geoetee Crete. Whiteside Co....Fnday,Oct, 7 Pnl6, Ogle Co Monday, ‘let. 10 Mt. Morris, O-le Co .. .Taerday, Oct. 11 Ambcy, Lee Co Wedneaoay, Oct. GEHSJAN MASS OEECINGS. Uect. Governor Bomuwt, Mejor Sxrmfsos -rd other GerxnJi spe*here, wlh *pcak at Gcnviir m«tezQeetii>giat the following place*, lathe cm* tar: Peoria,. PekiD, TJcprtsio»u,.. QtJIDCJ Al'on, Edwarc?rl‘le v HliKaod, TreiU-n, Belleville,. SiOJISBi BOLTING. AnoUiet DesubcUtlon of (li« Chtca&o Another paper, the Boston Herald, a jour nal oflMfic circulation and influence, espe claUy amoeg the inborieg clssses of. New England, and which supported Douglas in ISCO, comes out against ths Chicago platform in thiswise: - XnISCO we supported Stephen A. Douglas because we believed the doctrines he advo cated, and the platform of the party which liou inaltd him were in accordance with the Constitution, and formed a basis up in which all true Union men could stand, both la the North and in the South. He was defeated by the action of certain men at the South who' arc now the leaders In the rebellion. They have ignored the national compact, denounc ed the Constitution, formed a Southern Con federacy, and call thenue'.vea Independent of those with whom they were formerly allied. They have from that day to this made war upon their former friends aud associates, aud committed acts of barbarism only equal ed by the Sc-ojs of India, or the tavogca of cur own land. „„•.,* , From the lime they fired upon the Star of , the West and npon Fort Sumter, we have rot lulled to do what we consider to be a plain only, viz: to denounce all such actaas antl-consUtulional and wicked; and as a na tural consequence have.exerted our humble influence towards raising armies aud in sus taining the Government in its efforU toAnp pttss the • rebellion and to put down the wl-ked men who were bent on min If they could not rule. We have witnessed with aatifilacUon the progress by our brave army in crushing out the rebel armies,and thesuc cees which has attended the navy in reducing the fortifications which the labels had stolen from the General Government; and rejoice to believe that the day is not lar distant, when the superstructure of the ss-cilied Southern Conlcderacy will fill to the ground, and with Uthe whoaica disgrace to the age in which they live. , ♦ Having failed to accomplish their designs by the force of arms, and realizing the dan gerous position in which they are placed, they are resorting to politick action as the lest step to save them from that condemns tion and punishment which they so rlcblv deserve Hence we find them active in the free States among their to produce a revolution at the North, which will enable them to carry out their original purpose of separation apd Hence we find the agents of Jefferson Davis at Niagara Falls, arranging the platform and the candidate to be pnt forward at the Chi cago Convention, by and through which they are In hopes to fool and. to Meat the free States out of the advantages gained, and which, if continued, • will T*lpe the rebel leaders out. So far as the platform, speeches and candidates are concerned, the Convention held at Chicago might as .well h*T been brid In Richmond. It was a mis e atde, fawnit g, sycophant!* and degrading surmiderto the men who are in arms against the Government, and who have done their utmost to deb troy American liberty. Thdr talk about free speech, a" free press, and the Constitution, are very pretty, cai Ital catchwords to deceive honest voters. But bow Is It-In the dominion of Jefferson Davis? Bow about a free press ani free Epcech there ? If a man In Virginia should dare to utter one word against Davis or bis plans, he would be hung to the first tree or meet convenient lamp-post for his temer ity Tee these . leaders ace the men that the Chicago Convention proposes to restore to power In the nation to wreak their vengeance upon those at the North who have opposed them. What kind of liberty of speech and of the press would be thenr* The success of the Chicago ticket v. oold be but the beginning of a ee tii «of disasters which would come upon us, too horrible to contemplate. For oursclyesp wrenpport no such, doctrines, and no such ticket as that t and put forth&t Chicago. IKED, EP .Saiordit; Leo Miller, .Saturday, Sept. 21 .Monday, Sept. 26 .Taerdif, SopU27 .\Vepneffl»7.Sept, 23 ....Tneeoay, Oct. 4 .Wednesday, OcL 5 Friday, Oct. 1 ....Mecccy, Oct. 10 ....Tuesday, Oct. 11 .XVednceiaT, Oct, 12 ...Tnnrtday, Oct. 13 Friday, Oct. 14 Mcnday Oct. 17 jfiatform. TOG FBAcE QU£»TION 801110. No Armlatlco- Feasible* [From tbe Charleston Courier, Sept. B.] The rum ere that fi&ve been bruited about concerning Lincoln's intention taproposean armistice ot ©in-ty days to President Davis, have been freel* commented upon by paper* throughout the continent. Many Yankee t pa? eis approve,the movement, but every pa per in the Confederacy, with one accorc, ad vise and urge the inetant and omphalic re jection of each » proposition. We are pleas ed at *hat unity of sentiment among tao journals of. the Canfederat? States, and we are euro that cur watchful, wise tuo patriotic President Is prepared to treat thafproposal for a limited pe»ce in a manner that trill command the commendation and gratitude ot the .whole country. ■ If it be troe that the President of the United States proposes to treat . With our Government in order to procure cessation of hostihtits for » oeflnlt'* period, the motives that actuate th»i JuucUooary are manifest. Be Is alarmed at the rapla growtaof the party utterly opposed, to the prosecution ot the war. and in iflvor of peace on the only texms'eter.- mas of sense in Xankcedom is aware it is possible to obtain peacs Th« Ireteom with which that party is criticising his vi« latiota o< law and the Constitution, the boldness with which it detfes his power, end the severe manner with which it de nounces his tyrannous acta of nsurpsUon. has made the dictator tremble in the seat of power. He bus been obliged to hear the most truthful, wrathful words that hav«k falkn hot and eolent from the mouth* of such nun as Vallandlghato, Voorhccs, Long and others, end. couscous of his inability to cope wiUi the power that backs theca, he is obliged to refrain from lifting his .hand against them. The character and magnitude of the oppv * Sitka the fsl uro oi ms moat formUdble plans has creates,' lead him to appreuendthat ’the convection now In stssloa at Chicago will adopt the onions and scntltnea’.a of the lenders of that party. He expects that body to come out openly and absolute!* in favor of peace He U aware that uio divided party he belongs to is unable to make head against an organization so nnecercua, so harmonious, so full of life, energy ami hope—ax organ! z&Uca that expresses the feelings and yeirn in *8 of so large a number of the people un der his G.ipexnmeut And being a man largely endowed with that quality which Is prominent among the trolls of the.deril, he Is ueing to attempt: to accomplish by maneuver wbat he cannot do bv a fair stand up fight. Had be the power he would use force, but as he does not' possess the requi site power he has recourse to cunning. It is blown that the man who presides over the destinies ofYoahcedombasa small brain and large cunning. In all gullelhl arts there Is none of all that saisn of wily, subtle spirits who is worthy to be compared with-Abra ham Lit coin. Bis' cunning, has suggested the. proposal of an armistice. The adoption of that scheme is an act of policy that far exceeds any proof of his uncommon artful hcfb he lots yet given to the world. Be is going to attempt to circumvent the peace party by proposing an armistice on such grounds, couched tu such language, as that the very offer will be a mortal affront iotbe President and the people of these -Confederate States. It will be so unreason able and so wanton an Indignity, as that the sgif-respect of ocr Executive will oblige its irsifut and utter rejection. Having thus contrived to insure the defeat of that mea sure,-which tbe artful man, aided by his Sec retary 01-State, will labor hard to make it appear was suggested by the noblest feelings aid purposes, he wlllatirlbatc this failure to tie pride, obstinacy, bitter eumUy asd stiff nccbecLess of the Kadcrs of this wicked re bellion. He will declare iuhluh sounding phrase, that he has discharged “the duty he owed to bis people and to the wicked in grates ci the Confederacy, to foreign na tions, and to the ce*r»’st interests of civili zation, Christianity uud humanity, in the manrer dlc'attd by tbe solemn sense ofthe obligations resting upon him, actuated by the most'gen* tons sod is&g'.animous mo tives, cn 1 with a single e?e to the, welfare of bt'th Miio'us.. Aud then he will assert that, while he woe considerate, conciliatory and sincere, we were unreasonable violent and that wiiiehe was forptato we vere for nor. He would in this way appeal to the passions cl Us people, and refloat upon the wieocm rnd patriotism ot those who are bent upon putting »n end to the war by fJr and honorable means It is dear tbat-tle President of the United Slates intends,-by the proffer of an armis tice, to bring tbe party under Vallandlgham and others, into disrepute, and by that moans diminish Us numbers uadi’s power, - But suppose that wily man cloaks the real feelings.he entertains towards us. and oo words and frames the proposition of an arm IsUce, as that it can be considered br our Executive. Will sot a panse in tbo conflict redound more to his credit than to ours? Sherman is at a stand, while our dirinr sod energetic troopers are operating with telling effect on his long line of cotnmnnicatioa. If he is forced to retreat, there is no doubt be fore be has proceeded far on the road to Chattanooga, bis army, pressed by tbe gal l»ni spirits under lioou, will be demoralized, routed, cut to pieces, scattered, if net utter ly destroyed Grant Is at Us *ns’ end, una ble to take PfeWeburg, and full of apprehen sion concerning Washington. Th-se cam paigLß are thus far miserable, disastrous failures. Early In September, the term of service of the three years’ men and hnadred dajs’ militia expires. Lincoln needs an arm istice of three months For during that po-. riod, the men iorced to enlUt under his last call will be drilled, »nd another powerful aimy with which to' icvad*», devas tate and inurccr. By consenting to a cessa tion ol hostilities, we will glvehima breath ing spell, etd refreshed by too rest, stronger and more resclycd upon our dcstrn lion,' ho will again send forth his armed hosts and vessels of war to accomplish his base and •bloody scheme. •. Xlie Pfew York Nc\v« on Gen. ScOlel* Inn’s feccoxd. [From the N Y Dt>Uy J<ewß, Sept. 14.1 It is a well-kt-own iact—too easily proven to be denied even by the TForW—that tne confidential 1 rUnds of General McClellan v ere desirous, and made every cffjrt, to pro* core Me non-UaMon without any platform at all Leading Peace Democrats were ap proached wilh that view, but steadfastly re used to acquiesce In tbs proposition. They did not desire General McClellan's nomina tion undtrany circumstances, but would not hearofitorsnpport.lt without prescribing somelandm&rks. to guide his poller in case of his election. In other words, tiey were not willing to accept bis “record” os tbs em bodiment of their principles or as the guar anty ot Lis fidelity to the party and its pur poses. The Chicago platform was accord ingly adopted to furnlsn some better secur ity, and without it no honest mao, who was prrsent, will pretend that General McClellan, have received the nomination. Tuat platform, it is notorious,, was regarded with great dissatisfaction by his espe cial friends of the War Democracy in t&ls city and in Albany, and we have inlormstlon which we think justifies us iu essertlagthat the editor ot the Ifor&f, Mr. Mamie, then at Chicago, did, himself, dispatch a telegram to thlf city, in which be described the platform as 14 against us,” No one familiar with the customs and morals of the Wond oQice will be surprised alter this statement, at the en thusiasm and poeitivsbccs with which the same journal has since declared the platform to be In ac ordance with Gen McClellan's- Vitws and Us own, and with the declarations of bis letter of acceptance, or at the fierce ness with which Mr. Marble has denounced the integrity «f all who deny that it is and was meant to be a dedication ot the Demo cratic party to the brutal policy of continued coercion and war. . * But our business is with General McClel lan, sun not with his hangers-on. As he had failed to precure the nomtatUon ou the frith of bis *• record,” it was but a roisonabie cal culation upon his fair dealing—and indeed upon hUmedesty—to suppose thathe would, without doubt, decline the nomination, or accept It with ordinary deference to the dls ; sent of the party from the policy which ho was pleased to consider was embodied in his “public life.” Much, therefore, as we were astotUhcd at his distinct repudiation of the platfo/m, in his letter of acceptance, we con ies* that we were even less prepared for his extraordinary declaration that he was “ hap t>S to know” that “the record of his public file ‘was kept in view,” when tae nomination was .made. He knew, perfect ly well, when he made that declaration, and his frier ds and cooaselors, who are now foolkg and destroying Mm, know equally well, That upon bis past life only, and with ’out pledges for the future, we would never have recclvcc the endorsement ot the Con vention, as wc have already said.- He knew, atd they knew, that if bis record was “ kept in view” at ell, it was as a thing to be re gretted In the past and as a Warning In the imnre. Despite all this, however, he h-is had the boldness to plant himself upon it. and the vanity and folly to &ho n himself preud of it We have therefore a right to judge him from it and to test by it the legiti macy of his pretensions, now, to represent the principles end policy of the. Democratic party. Yesterday It w*s our painful duty to show, from General McClellan’s letter of accep tance, that he is pledged, as definitely as Ur. Lincoln, to the prosecution of the war, “at all hazards ” and to the bitter cud, for tne co ercion ef the Southern States, and that he does not even propose to offer an armistice or open negotiations until it is “clear,” ocat all events •* probable,” tbat the Confederates are “ready for peacs on the basis of. tbe Union.” He will not treat with them even to- persuade them into such readiness and disposition. They must be “ ready.” of their own accord*. to return to the Union, or he will moke war oa them till tbey become so. Now, let us look at Ms “record” to ascer tain what* ■"ar means. In Ms hands and ac cording to Ms principles. Ist. It means a rigorous conscription, as attested by Ms letter to President Lincoln. 2d It means the annihilation ol State in dependence, and the suppression of State Governments by military power, as evidenced by Ms dealings with the Legislature of Mary land. 3d. it means the military arrest and im prisonment of citizens, without oath or war rant, in States where judicial process U un interrupted, and thfilr removal beyond the juri&ciction ot tbe compe-eat tribunals, to be confined In remote fortresses, without accu sation and without limit of time, at tne oi price of tbe Federal executive or bis subor dinates. To this, the remove! and imprison ment of the members ot the Marj Uad Legis lature and other citizens of tbat State, by General McClellan, in the fall of 1831, bsar unquestionable witness. 4th. it means military Interference with elections, as shown by his correspondence with Central Banka imregard to the Mary land election of 16CI, to be fonnd *on pages S3 aud 38 of the pampMet of “ Secret Cor- - rcßpocdence.” • -s<h It means the suppression of news naicrs and the arrest ot their editors and nrk.teie, as ehown in the case of the Bitti more journals. wMch were broken up con temporaneously with Ms suppression of the Legislature of Maryland. Ctb. it means the entire subordination of the army to the will of the Executive, whether exercised constitutionally or la flagrant violation of tbs Constitution, nod t»e de»isl ol th*lr rleht to eanv«at, much Itss to dkobej, the order* of tner superior*, even though obedience may involve tbs wholesale overthrow - of the mo«t ate red liable or perton, i ropwty and citizenship. Tor iht*,j*uc authority I* the address of General McClellan to the Arm* of the Poto mac, after the promulgation of tbe Preai ifltd sfi “ GeneralOroer N". HA Kttdlßp 1d »U these act*and declarations which, tie public ihe ol General McClel lon dlgckeea U up, cither an utter igaonuce ot Hit laws and CoDfctitu'ion of his country or a truly military and sovrretea contempt fCr them and the right* which the? ensbrme, how can we —how Is *t possible for any - man —to loot the Aowcia peo ple In the face and profess, to believe ttat General McClellan stands, upon m* *• record,” an exponent of the principles and fctlihas of the Democratic party I He U not only the champion ot coercion by war. which leacarolnal hereajfrom the Democratic filth, but ho ia for war, with all the abuses and violence and usurpation which have, already made the existing straggle more dangerous to tbe llDertit* of tae North than to the in dependence ol the South- Ho, Is the roore irnutiVe of. military necessit?, military ju litolctlou and military subserviency. Ho is the enemy-of free discussion- and free tmneht. "He i» the advocate of armed Inters vciition In the halls ol legislation and at the ballot btx. This is hit own history, not only told by himself, hut recalled by bU own Ups for the admiration' of his countrymen.. If this be Democracy, ,we have studied in Tain the principles of tbatphrty, to *hich, till di*w, wc bad fondly. looker for the salvation of the country- irom despotism, anarchy, bankruptcy and perdition. Be it what it may. it is not our lallh, ana wo Will not bow down to It. CeTolotlonary roppcrlicad Rsetiugla case Uou«i?« Illinois* [Correspondence of ibe tit. LoaLa Democrat.] I theught I would exclude politic .1 mat ters altogether from this letter,- but I Dud I must udtice.a copperhead meeting which was held at Virginia. Cass couuty, on Thurs day lest.' At an ea'ly hour the' Union men of the place were surprised to see a proces sion cobfelsting of people in wagons, on horseback, aid on loot, coming Tslo the, fducc. Not an - American fisg wui displayed n the whole proccedon, and. the oojccc of the meeting could Inudiy bo guessed until it *os announced that a McClellan ratldcx ticn meeting would take place In the after noon. The precession marched through the prin cipal street of the place, after whicn it die-' banded, and then, evidently by preconcerted arrangement, 525 men, (oy actual count,) composing three 101 l companies, mustered under tbo»r respective officers lor drill. Of this number more than-two-thirds wore re volvers openly strapped about their waists, and the hour or two spent la public drtllieg was spiced with many an expression of their intense b«tred of the Uaion and the Admla -ir-tiatlon, and their intention to destroy both. Open rebellion was everywhere displayed without the • slightest attempt at conceal ment, and with cheers fur McClellan would be mingled withcurvlogs ol the Administra tion, while both in their public resolutions and their private decimations diet they em phatically announce their' intention of an armcdresistunce to the draft, and an attempt to seize upon the Slate aud General Govern ments, oca get the control into their own hands. In the afternoon the meeting took place in the old Court Boure, at which tho principal .epcskcrwasalawycrof BearUstown, named J. D. Shaw. Ihe fret resolution simply iadoreed ths action of the Chicago Convention. The sec ond was as follows: ■ absolved, that we, the Democracy of Cass coonty, will resist iho draft at all hazards. Another read: E<tolt(d % Thai, a comml'tee be appointed to vMt tie other cotmiits In the bLatc, learn toeorcanized ttfen. tb, and report to the Springfield >Ld theie appoint dulesuten to visit toe Indianapo lis and ColmuDua (Ohioj niceilntrs. • J. H. Snsw, a law>crot sdd that the Oralt, nor any other act of the Ad udidetratinn, couldbevcfc-rced amongthem; that they would drag Lincoln from hiiscat, overthrow the Government, and plies the power In the hands of men of their own choos ing. Be declarer*, also, that everything was »nre«diL*»3 in Xlllno s, and when the hour Caxuc, the lirst movement in this Scale wod'd be the capture of Springfield, the seizure of the State officers, and the plaelug of the State botimujfiit In toeir e«n bands. Alter the meeting, attempts were made to draw citizens Into a fight without success One peaceable man w-s, however, knocked down by one o( the ruffians while his back was turned. ‘ Aud this is a *' specimen brick” of the Copperhead peace meetings iu that p.rt cf the State. X>r, Licber on the Chicago Platform The N. T. prints the folioaiog logi cal extract from a private letter recently written by lie eminent publicist Dr. Lie btr: Tbe Chicago platform appears to my miad the well-fnitntd creed of Northern seviiity to the criminal arrogance of the South—u sadc lion of the highest-funded lawlcssoess. The election of Gen. McClellan means armistice means separation; separation moms olsia. tcgrntlon— the Instant separation of Cali tornia, the dropping off of Utah, an empire in the Mississippi valley, the excision of New England, and an iocrguiilc clustering and re clustering of the E&sicro Middle States with out any inherent character. Disintegration menus defiance o the tVbnderiully great and Beli-cctnpicting geography ot our country, and lapse tato that state which bcieii Rnrooe at thh r eglnning of the Middle Arcs, wnca pnnclpalutes rose and tell, encurlng only long enough to perpetuate the sanguinary turmoil; it means repetition ol tbe chronic revolution which has afflicted South America this posaihUy with a neighbor plowing in monarchic power, which soon would claim the right ot extrusion and re cuperation. Dieeutegratijn means' the reckless rising against that polity which the Dlipoaer ot Events has ordained as the nor mal tjpe of modern civilization, against the Nationalized Government, which Is the oppo site to ihe halting League, the vast, yet inco herent monarchy, the provincial kingdom, the petty city, State, and the fragmentary feuda lism. It means quarreling, bloodshed and rain, without an Idea fora century to come, and disgrace forever. • It means the hc.rlUa* detraction of a nation oppoleted to perform great and e>crtd toske. It means all this, and el»vejy to bout, that “divine iaalUmlou” ■uhcee altar Is the.auctloutable,.on which,rbe un-dlvine ties of parents ted children arc torn asunder by the auctioneer, who thus becomes a holy missionary of the worship* ed Inelitutlon. Prisoner* of the KHi Illinois Cavalry at Charleston. Hilton Bead, S. C„ Sept. 9,1851. Editors Chicago Tribune: At the request of several officersof the 11th lllmoie cavalry, now prisoners of war at Charleston, S. C., l eave made, a list welch please publish for the benefit of tbclrfriecds. lam, sir,your onedient ser vant. B. 'Wn.TKBT, Chaplain 104 th Ohio Volunteers. Major F. M. Davidson. Major D. Quiver, Cept J. B. Dent, Capt. J. 6aafoi*d, Capt. T. S Luplon, Capt. O. Difitler, Capt. Hed dereon, Lieut. W» H. Gay, Lieut J. VT. Mil* Jer, Litut, George Evans, Lieut. J. S Ander : fionl Lieut. A. Capron,Lieut. Ilantoon,Lieut. Bellows, Lieut B. M. Hashes, Burgeon Bsilhtche, Assistant Surgeon Wilson. Chicago and Peoria papers please copy. TOIEW^ioAPS UAHUFACTOS3D BY J. 0. HULL’S SON, 83 Part Bow, Hew Tor2f» INCLUDING KVABT STYLE OF - Honey Soap t Glycerin Scap, t Windsor Soap, Palm Soap, Upward of one hundred styles of Toilet Soaps, and for ailc by tucst c e&lan In Chicago. aui-cCO Set-H-ffAF • . QVME M&NUFAOTOF.ED FIRE WORKS. CHARLES MORRIS Dm KmOTEd ta« .lock of F|.« worti. maanr.o!nrcd by bins elf. to J49 South Water Street, Where be will b* prepared to furnUh the uopUe with F<hß aOKKB »t tbs lowest uaauUctgry prices. Paiilcnlar attention paid to »etttog up lire *fo*ki ' S PcU-ic«i C«.eitml ns Clubs, CoamUlses. Ac, in fe^ & < Bracca. , a rclCbrateft for niumlua lonian*Torch Llrbt ftoreMioss. CemmitteM, otalera, and tbs public la general, reaeisber I 1e.2l e .2 at (ba LO PCM Office BoiSJi. ■elflslß3 it w kaw is \TEW PATRIOTIC. MUSIC i3l BOOK. TTTT. tbttmpet cf freedom, a Collection o I National and Patriotic Bongs, Dueta a coueM.raoa»»‘ d Qairtet-j ccm prlsing BALLYtNG 60H09, - " CAJ*P 9LNBB, . CAVALRY SOSGS, MAItcBING SONGS, BATTLE BONGS, VICTORY SONGS. BOtfi BONUS, Ac. gi.iVßtt- DITBOJf & CO,, se!seU7-Bt»OD PUBLIriOBES. Doatan. /CAVALRY H' RSES WANTED. 111 C.wtts Bon.. Ul.t WJ1 1«» Inflpecßoa.t D. S. for >°- ■ By order of j ln ofln Bit. Q. M. B. O. J. iL Bradshaw, Capt- and A. Q> hi. etl4'i<3 lo* - j TO U RUG GISTS. —A joungmar, «♦>«<««. competent prn«l*t.b*rioKaUioroa«:H uSfSi^/wor'»• ■'“»«,? Maprf.cilp &«V>}HviVfti <*p»irpi h mosVr-n Tlio bet" or retf.r !£?.?°inra ’ ° AiStW WA.BUBS. »tO Of KoPt, Itwricst ' , . _ URAbfi STENCH* AtPHABSTS, ■fiO m‘nffe' »UM. Sfflfessasgai^SS|a UcbcU fetou. inoo’rw* & neiaU) Royal Prussian con- BULATS. S7 Clark Street. b.’ cLAUiSExitra, coom. Lftur Box tfts. Chlwso, Hl* "■eS-oOWUU «ateccu%nrnii». jj\Al.l. TRADE. TBITH, FAXON & 00, J038E89 OP HATS, CAPS, Ladies' aad Gems' Purs, a . Skating €sps,l3ackskis Goods. .Umbrellas* mumnTm> WOOL HOODS AND KNIT GOODS, And tU the new styles of Ladies’ Straw, Felt and Bearer Eau, we htve iios? ifiatora tea LaaaEst t&d ao&i ATTBhCXirs tt«ch of above Goads ever to talsmtrs*t and wiifa the adr«a ar« of ,ariy pas ehraea jOi cml> before tea recast ndTasct. we i?« prrna. Ed to offw.t oda at prior* that wiu 4«(> pktiucu.hatt b» wwt O&i Sieve and *rten oas and oil spesial stten’-’on, ansi coepalsnt an TOfaUfPAftSßi OU deaura l> oar list vtil it >4 It ter tneir mter» tc stsmtaeoarcsofUtsd price* before ptroh&slii tlstwhero. or Ptcmpi tr tt personal attention eiraa to erdert KEITH, FAXON & CO., 45 and 47 Lake-st,, Chicago 139 d,ja:n ' ]e STREET, NEW YORK. faiiH t. ’enccccson to MASiTEN Sc, BSOS., (Formerly of St. Loois and. Chicago,) Manufacture andkeep aperma* xtent assortment of ■CXOTEII& lOt VtfSSBI VTS PJ US ULTRA EXTBtf SID X Xv SILVER WOTTNTSiVPOLDIRq, WiTH COM POSITE GOLD PAN*. ‘-EiD PENCILS. Ik cs«esritae ovirß tacks too eoin ora flaelf fla lifted aed cktn hued, coital too COhWot- c«: BU loin »o lajorv la tr*-ip.&ru«lon. Prcei, tome 09 be iore.be war I The Ur lain are ot -to cut hsnS»ome and durable cocctrccUOß; ore heavily Hire - plat'd, wttb so. «x tesiloset mrea.cn, -ft«. All ussiuxavea. cb***d, cr cnpine tajmd, and for beauty ora to:mupui«diiv ooy oih«>i. Our pneta tor *oe aoloera a:« pent, otlo is duzeso tuo n follow*: ■ Eizb Onx —’Vi h*n c-D#c,sK inc.ne*nil«agib; olaart forth- socket; s lathes laienttb. rile*per cozen 110 J» ? iota’ll at S3 each iir* iwo—<*hsn cx>oa«6 ln<*hca lalanttb; clnasd for iflcpcc»et,r)<incfaocin Fries perdoztu $12.1 0:6 ail* St *3 *aea.' fi/s ores. «S lachet is l-us\b; closed for t».«s pocket. S-f iDCbea in lojkib. Fries per dcztu $ 9*5; xe*at »at«saac upward*. Cizji Fora.— When ppm, >'a mcbsi In lansth; cln (1 fonbe pocket, 4 inciteia t->arth. Price per dez-m »vs *«; at Mona «p»ar-*. 6iz* Fits.—Whies o-jiu H taco** Inlevelh; clc'ad fer ibeporkM.inlefi*th. Price psr dosis «Si'SO;ietaili»tft C tadupvaiai. - SAMPLES,of one «*ezf.nsf ««cbßlzeoftbe above, makirr flva a*r#s«, slo®. ;-*Uilatlii2. THBSE*P : I r ES’iD*ln<le Pen* with the ZZalden - WE IK KOTSELLTUEM h.T dove melt* cnion lor a lass quality vhoaete aetta. Prse and 801-arcat above prices, in aar quantity. i«a'. aiywh-re -witols ue Loyal S.stea »yoxp**a», viti, bill for crilccuoa oe drtvery. s«tdUr* is Dl*- jotM fl'atnaos ces4 cash la aora ce,as eipxeai willkotcoliacifroßiihMu. T. • n. Maaaf*cta-eri, Srt»»m 6til 116 Br.adffay, Newjiorlc. ■HTE, EAK, TRKOAT AND Jji LUNSB. MJEIJICjVIL# IJSSTITTJTE, * At 149 South Clark Street, Per the eneclal trestment of all ebzeaie diseases which appertain to the EYE, EAR, THROAT AMD LURCS. IT. 8.-Envlzz ier v«ar« studied Anatomical'!. Pi Vi olcalcaUv trd p.ibolo< et.lli ah disables of lbs ab&Tßmuilused onani, toc*tbir wltb ail jiaU6SA>t pu.ASsa ot atumeflfd cta&r»o>'er.*acb m cancer, &c., I amcaaMsd to vurraac a oariect care cf aU eoratla di*ez»ei uae*at to South UiAib itreet. P.O.BciaiiS, Caicaee.lU. D M4CAAB.M D-, SorgeoaaadPhjllcUn, « aeU-qSil-Ut PcnuMlj «1 tas.P. 8. army. PI G I ROW.''. SOO tons So. 1 Lake Superior Charcoal -100 tons No. 2Lmiie Superior Charcoal. 300 tons No. 1 Fraualln, 130 tons No. IS Franklin. TOO tou «Lo. 2 Tabers* 300 tana No. 1 Massillon. 100 ions No. 2 UlnssUlon. 300 tons No. 1 Scotch. '2.300 tons Lump l.ehlaliCool, selected for foandryiue, POD SALK IK LOTS TO SUIT. A. B. MEESEB, foat Nonh Market rtrest, leii-im s« HOUSE, UNION SQCABBj K. v. Tl« «udetiien«d bee reipeetmilv to Inform their tfrttCo sod the public tbst, sftsr tu-» Sf tb of AutMt tbo shove bonie will be coeoucted co tbs ECUOPKAN FLAN, Meala Pelse sirred o lacarU. Tbs bonj«bMbe»a ttcTorihlv renovateA rre are aoirpriparedtc Uttesttaafutiiftibe Witter. Tbelacstjoxu the nlz» nud comfort cf lbs roomed tbixta&ttlars uciorpwtsd. _ * C .H.SZRNEB*Vr.B.EOT.ROWA Bepiembtr? IVM. KJqJWIM^ JJOLMES, SOOTH £; HAVEN'S HAKUfAcxminitt op CAMPAIGN MEDALS, 49 Chambers Street, «ei9icn-cti« BiecM Mitiesis AWT) GLOVES—The Ingest stock o i tbs above gOOdatotbeUaltedbtai.es, Also—Jur and Kid Glove* and Gauntlets. ' BOOT XfTO SHOE PAG3. Warranted superior to any other in thu market, and nanofsctuico orprsitlj furine trade. ““ HOBtBBBQS & QILLECf. 12 Hurray street, Sew York, aul7.p«Bm WFAuiißix doors wsrtof Broadway rpHE HcMK£EY OIL CO& X pant. NOTICE OP DIVIDEND No, 1. rxw.Tois, Sfptrmberd.leSL The Trailers of MeSlslryOU Cotnpaay taveds eland a dividend oi thite per cent, (oat of theaet earliest o( tba Cozofaa> for Uw moa-o c( AnguM.) savaris on demacd at the office of tbi Compaas, >.0.81 JOHN 6T (EET.NewTcrk. to sharaboldeia ofiercrS at the clc«« ofhusiijeistiilsdar* telßsMLStia WALIEB E.LAwrGK, Trcosurar. npHB BRIGGS GOLD COM- X PANT. NOTICE OP DIVIDEND, NO. 6. Nuw York, September 7.1851. A Dividend of One per Cant, tor tn« ny'li of An.*- oit tas been declared pa*»bl«at t#o Offleeof tae Ooataat. 81* Jcbn itreit, NewYcrk,oo aad after 6*pl. jcth.’lM to Shareholders of Record at-the clcsscf J j L^T0 «j TteMarer# «ei9-i< ten* ; ' I.RTXLLERT EOR3SS ■ QriiTZßiUfTTß’a OVTiaz > Chicago. U, S»pt 17,. ISM j • I wish to puicbw, in open marcet, Attlutry aehuTfor which I wid »*v *165 In chick «a United gUUs irewurr io;CrtUflcateiof indentedoeis, for ».t inch as wl I pass Inspection at.tbs U. 8. Lcrral, They mi /tbedark colors, ictmd to all partlculan, ctzoce QuJcx and acUve, web oraK«n aad square (mums to harness.m flesh and ecmtnaa. (to* to n.-t le*Bth»n flrtsea aah ahalffieK) tiandi bteh and each hoise to weigh not “ " S - A - D - etc.. « St. H. EE FOREST & *OO, HOOP SKIRTS Manufacturers and Jobbers, T ATvTU SXZ&BDECZ 1 ,.-—B4 (See epporite Trotnant House.) Offer to the tradbe large stock oi tbslr. own mantt lactnre. We have also a larg* stock of Hosiery, Yams, Corsets, oin.* STAPLE DOTIONR. . HRTlnr parcßaacd e*i!y, wa offer ttdn-emflnti to Ctso Boyers KO-oBT-nm ATLANTIC & GREAT WEST. rakei effect May 18,18& L (rev ypBS THROUGH UNh* j-.. Cleveland at woo.*.* and 9Jo r. a.t ISlVaLeuvlttaDnrxb.... Uj« a.JL • . « Meadvllieat Z Si2f*s* n rorrt e8?. V. L-lA.ii » jSSun au..... fclß f. *. “ M4A.X. • swTarkW ifcQ o-.». ** WSf.v BBTOBNEHS. u Leave K«w Tort at. Wg*A.K. “ gglj-*. arrive Cleveland aL, a. e. . fl® F.tc. KAA AKTUiLERY hdk.es v v/ QU-AJtTSBUASTTS, I ® 'i vnit y tprrr.ta iad,, BBDt 7. } ONE sDCTr-Fiva ««> dsi ; LABS ucb ulli oe Ainiiery ForJM ttat pMt Inspection at tas bOTemneat Btaoua. ia UU a w be ioand la »H particulara. weß* J& 1 * S itUKn fl?ab. Irom MMea (s)to«!xcs» <l«) flrt som bVe (5) tn SApica la oerj w f«r Ai tiller* parpoasa. FumnTmuu ucatUcktM or laiebtaneu for "SFSKreS JHSsA.Ka.aist®?!* onKaua Cot-^dftJlr. TfcTOTICK IS BBKKBST' GIVE'T l\ he** timber, whlls V t stowed frern Qr»-d Hirer to Chlcseo, wa« broken apart; by Sild raftC’nt*l• «d*»out 25>m feet rad itms : L«rt?r‘ K"cnttai m side of waa««d o»«xdof umaer MT« 2ta rn f«*twlsßontasT ««»- Also, »t Vuipr rows. s«i lore cedar cot I *, 2,M? ten i?®kl?/tttVtTcwW h«c -ood.aiot of Hitt-ie *««■ aAcoimnes rader-fecc® p<?f*c, tropher ♦;-» Silo‘S'rcpl* end <U>er ptopsny No* tarn forV°wetlT4 nerttf w «y P< wan* Bodlnc any of mi dtfcribcd property, that the *ame kw da iSffll l. D HaTWieD OhlM-o. cimnedojua. THOiIWO'IftCOVBf,^ KISuMO-lW STUBLdiO, UiCU. jHeßfcincU. I>R. HIKES’ SYPHILiTIG CURE Thu Stsileh!* la a Sato tea Baalea Cure fi. Sjptulla lx, tx.e friotstry, §ms>noarf *ui*= Vartlar 4 inir»* ac< Is as* mon iimportant flHlieai wli werr «t the tineueatk wa*orj. not* nm« .Bzacrormcsoie aw «xia:taißaM !•*•«» ouj asXDAi. DlSaaas, c*-ieaai- Ts UJP. vbi :b '.jsreo spoc a ip»cia c*ns«- that cf adlsunci VIKTJB. wb'cU u cipt>M of ca**aiut« or ixzcmatiofe. Pi. vaKas* srraturnc cukb u cat oniycies leiae wklch aas *ta been aia(xv6/ea taaC.rflLL UUUI BYrHILmC Kid *iAL DIBBaSK3 IcaJtSelrTar.Maa. c«ni3U»a,i4 lonos, aad lior ook-hlt wvhaiiette di*r_u«&«a» h ayitfeA Th e cl«tia«* v* C'.leAse. aticb hat buasltas at* oronrmon *sui>eat phTulclAis, aa<- caaaeC till/- IlOi-Stobeco-raiysed to -RKUATUfia wKAVtii, or to«rtf • nt» vniciaMe cx**>.eiic'i whUa life Uat*d. is a* re»dily cur;i D> *-8—;T8 -OfiLY TSUI REMEDY—ta any otter aniEcß cOill <u an* «je, AY.Hli.la u shwacuxised by uuee duSart BTtOBa, «y* of «*4Cb star 3, tad the or!c« cfiUr isi»4lcaiep«i PaCaAQ* u «jTea.«*Uut aar *ci.sJc tb? cwtuury caacixartb*. «*-iclae, tv mittflt C.OCC3O üblttJi ts r’CoauHen><-}4 u cure tbt partibcisr star* ol tit diifue wUk vUch tiioj W xlfe slie»tte€kßafiei cr axenflnt aovtvr. Notiats akculd be i-wi; wafocoilni a pactajre of oS.Ua BK.V SlPsiLlflt cU**»WilcbCoacsU of ote bottle *’ . SroMJice Cora ’"ore box n is ’’ut.citi tic. BinA.noas. Sponr. aiV Ilut. Or Price per Dactas.%»3Aß. Tn» SB' ohDARY HTAttPliwoentsaflisoasobaa •ecuioa COSi-TI UllONAJUazdttAjbe xaosa iy ?he (rilow^n 7 ! mptonis: Ulcvauaa ui tae nsoala tn< tbrust. tiacSi. stla.heaa, oocoot menbraxe». eafcctxcas 10:3* 01 tbe tnca Aodlecs, c<uotioKJ oa tto -«UU, mrrrfnTA, etc. SrptlllUC CXTA Ci la sac Waab are used lath* itaze. Pilcr r<rp»uisre,s7 50. • j_ Taj* ’Bgrfen.r.r-kstiasy aTAGK.uxnswn ui tie fcllavbe'v-mptoaa: do<lei,orbaiUaad palafci tanion on ine botes; ddlaraefneat oi thy tolati contiacxlooi, bard ptlos In the botes ana Joinu, -cailet cr decay of the bones; Bjpbilltlc rbsetotaga. sltertUot ot narta. e~c. Tho Cars'* and fill a are n$ c 3 lr this stas s. Cnie.** #5 par bottle; Plhi ti -cer bor; W»i^ v t At oer bottle. • _ rrrsoEfttrbobtw reason ’o «c?poct, tron AJ« Ua Übb eitae HKKKOITAIjT or woit el COS* TAOlON.orfrcm lU-E5-BCT TißATifßflX, Ue exigence of any VitiUSar rtiu e—alnireLn ta- o.t. «A«K SYfHlilriC CUSS at ocee, and It will e«ectntUj eradicate tretypaitleltortbt VLaUS, aad taaioji the to a perfect itA'e of *TS T H and PIT ITY. f aTPSHUS u acHSDrxAr.antßias Ds t»snscaittec the to Child by either parent In weptt •vateisthe mieata mayexln. K ♦eraon.wht baa reaacb to smseet t&« existence of any Brohuitle vl* rus 01 *-clson in tbnr syrttio, tboeit all to use Dx. MA*fK3 , i>TPistCniOCO t '.h noUlevTry sarpeis ef the nras !• eradlcaud treaj' tbe con«tlrat’4Q before they enter into tbe ouxrlazc stats, tod thereby aer ore tne ceruixt; of aPU tad oesiib* cCaptun: A trcstlw on Syptlhtlc Disease, giving ’ton dlrto* tlozaTor trAs>n;eat. aecompanics ear* cvekageof tbs medicine. ' CW~ rts medieine win ns sent by expres* to al part* of the couutxS on receipt of tbe monef. f9“ I'TtBUTto and Bold by r»R. E. ILABXE&L? S CO n ccrnrrofYlilrd an* Cbewnt atreita, St. Loois, «c.,«o'aecoprletQr*. _ „ . „ BaWtif'K. R.KABTFBLTA CO.'S Pamllj JUfidf. cldr Fture,99Aladlaoa street, near tbs Post Office, Chic»£o,lu. DR, EASTERLY’S PAI» KILLER. TMa Medlcfns tz a’c Infallible euro for Strui»*<e, * ache, Sort Toroat, Cramps or hpvamr, l>)z«uiei7 or Bowel doa« llainti) ftervoas AfTcctlaur, Pain ic the yace, PalatePi Colic, P&lu la • Use Rrerst, aide, Back sad limbi) Cbolcite Morbus, aai to fact wherever It La applied Pain cam not exliU plaints, Ferrous Affection*, Pain ic the yace, Paloterii Colic, P&Ui to • toe Rretit, aide, Back sod limbi, cbolen, Cholcu Morbus, and to fact wherever it Is apylled Pain cam not exiit. bk. EASXJMti.-y’S FSVERAf*e AGUE (CItUER. This Medlclco will cars Ague and Fever, JUamb Ague, Fever, Intermittent and Brznjtleut Fevers, and ?very form «f Fever lacldenfrao tlio West* ' Dr. Eurezlvt Pevar aud aktu Killer U WAB lid>tT7D TO CTTfTfi. brnJ if It FAILS the mohay will t»«7Btnr eatatlarurcbfcserifaiSd&idue-..ted. cw p-ice i'..u >tr bo*ve tSTirot l&le»r OF.-B. BARTB3L7 a CQ/S?at&U9 Heulcino Store, SJ Madlicn CaicatOt 111. - B>E. EJLSXEai-Y’S DIABBHCEA SYBIJP. Tils ICrdlcto® win XMnzirfccea, Byseatcry* Cholera FCTorIiUB, Sanuair Comptamt, Colic, Wind In She Scorn* icb'and Emelc, ana all Danas*- nentottoa Stomacla and Biweii of Cklltlrcn Whoa Teething. fa ta« laemer iDovacda die trem BOWKC COU PLAINTS tl at rctebt b* »ire- bi»tb'-tiraaly an* oi pt». EaaTaßEf’a DI/VIIRbLEA SIHUP. l‘OTHKfli»*fby will you let year CSILfTTEB DiKwben HAJH and BUKS R.-iMfiDY u offered Price 60 ceuti act b-ttle ty jtni sale at Dr. fi EASTERLIES Family Modi' wtn« |tors M yaciaon street, Chicago, Dh ffß. HOOPER'S FEMALE CORDIAL. Xhti elog&at and popwla? MeAleln* vvlil cure all. Female Compialata, iftb as Bxceialve, Buppre«*S ox Faurfal Menetrustlon, Lcaaorrhcea or Whites, of tbe Womb, and and all Irresdrxltica cf toe Stontol? Periods. It mu olio brimr <n tbe kbytsfs, when ctectcdbi COLDS or »n UNWATUKAI. CAU3E3. It boa bSCU UorouchlyWatea. Ham try It. rtr* SI W P®* bo'tls. orror*a'e»tba.B EASTERLY«CO*3Pamm HeilciEb Btore. II Madlaoa. ftt.. Otueoco, EL UK. SAIfDEES’ YHrtEE- ftHINUTB SALVS- yiic Salvo will permanently xeraaTO and cure Coma. Warts, Moles. Blue* worn *and Tcothaeiie In froze tbros to tea mlnntoa* " war will you suffer me excruciating and varaenV ire PAIN from COHNS ud TOOTfJACHK wL&a • BuS£ HEMHDY ti Offarad yett (or tn* LOW Pi'ICP of H t»w bottle. py F T fair at T>R FABTKRLT’3 FsmCy Vedicts* filers. WMadUonttfMt,ae*rtta Pori Office, Chicago. sci-<i7*-iM»w r ftu la |jp. LUDLUMS SPECIFIC. new yo?.s. This lath a sreat and ooverelsnE sxae dy (composed of-EXTRACTS from la* dhm. KooU oitd Herbs,) for ail disease! of the Urinary and Sexual Organ*, such aa incontinence of the He the, Inflam station of the Bladder, Inflammatiop of the EldnejiS) Stone In the aiaddor, Stricture, Grave?, Gleet, and Is tmxSvflled by anything yet dfy covered for curies the Whites In wo men: When used according to directions this Bemedy has neither taste nor sneli, aad its use caaaot be ds> tccted by any one. This remedy Is ceifect and re nolres re Injections, which Crfl cal dated to destroy and deaden rte di-eastd ora ana butremovesthapol ion from tLe system, c*s*S!ng buoyancy and health. It Is no quick Medicine, but is tbs embodied ex peltate* o: tbs Pbyslslaa most succesatol Is curine all CUeases of this class. fynt note despair a* this remedy effects the irtst astonjshtcg cures, when all othjra ftlL price cnl» iLGopfrbox.orfihoxMfor J5C*. Bsrt by mat! to any address on receipt cf ibe price For tale by all Druggute. Sec that my signature Id «wMind tub tIX, W. S'. DAVIDSON, Sole Proprietor, Cincinnati. BUTRWI3AMS Sc VAH SCHAACK Wholesale Lrngatsts, 18 Lake street, Cblc»jto,au» Ihorlted agents. tuSi^qTJ-ln l W/aji-1s ill the Medical is on aad the Press recommend Dr. Strickland's Aml-Cho era Mixture as the only cer tain remedy lor Dlarrhcea and comhlaanoa of Astringents, Absorbents, Btlmu eata and Carminatives, and is warranted to effect a core after all other me me have failed. FersalcbyDrurgim. GsneralDepetSKaatFourUJ street, Cincinnati,,Ohio. U. SCOVILLE, Chicago, snSIgTS-ftlteW w!» WSQLE3ALE_AGEgT. Stufis aub erbemicals. T H. BEES & CO. " * IUPORTSRS ADD JOBESSS OF DRUGS AND CHEMICALS S3 Lake..*., Clilcaso, US. C.LBO, DEAL.LARGELY IN Points, Oils* "Window Glass, Glass* ware, Burning. Oils, Kerosene, Soa^malter* 9 Stock, Ulan a- . faenuers’ (!ooda,&e., offer at price* favorable toWMtea Mar* chanti and Manufacturer*. j.H. Barro.iUPearl itteet.S.T.l E. A. Etntxjnrr. Chicago. j lelS-mTOU-M Thomas foster, wholesale and retail dealer in Qreexßay, St- Clair and Sarlinw Lumber, Shingles and Lath. Alio Saah. Doers and B’or.-s, Door and Window rraae*. 6roT9 steel foot of Sevrateenth »trre e .Chlca<ro. m. K.B.—Having railroad tracx In the yard, laclUUe* lot »Ma wr g unsnipaued. Pci* Office Sox 2CM. aais-picß-lm TO LUMBER MANUEACTUR EPS. N.W. Spaulding's patent saw-teeth in serted In circular s»ws: alio, reoaimc In all its h;a-cnM. Paolicate teeth constantly on Mad, mice |>.dseach. AlUlndiof saws furnished at ihejnanu fvctm at a’ Icweit cnee AH »a»siolj or work dona warranted. K. W. BPAULD KG & Wselnrctco iC.bat-EranAUn and Market, Chicago, seih-illl-iw SPRUAFCE, PRV.ST'OI'f <fc CO, n commission wERCHASTb. , Ho-MUtui. meet, Heiroso.itsi ti.es. H. Sptimcii i [h.a.£oaiTßSiAC9< j W. PUISOS) 1 I *SO- lb Lj. txawsos, > < So. Commstctal meet B. A.UoujTas, \ I tx.Locu. j.B.Pmstojt. j I te3<*B3-la The great ambbicab munm, HelmboSd’s Genuine “HlGllll' CO3iC£NTBATED K Sladder, KidneTfy Grarel sat . Dropsical SwelUns** mi medlciaa noreaaot the power or dixestfon tsi •XCIUI Uts a)»**rb<mtr Is to kealthj S'.tlOß, hr wMc! the water of calcereras depeartlocs, aca an cnan taral enlargements. redact, srw«Q »• pots an« tsfiaa&aUos.aßdlarood for stsn, WOE«a or.ciO nSX.JESOtB’B EXTEACT 0? BCCHU, rorwM&suKgaa no« rmm. a»blu of OS ilo.otiei. EulV imdlacrotSoe. attended wltbthefcllowtaxsyiap«Qtaa: lacxspomaoa to daemon, Learer Sowar, Lou ot toeßcry, Dlt»cnt«y of Breathtaa. Week AerreOo Tremhua*. Barror of Disease, • wakaraine**. Dismiss of VUloa, pats in Hack. Bet Hands, yiuahtn* of the Body, Dryness of th<* Skis, jrrnpUeos on the Taco. ,UUT* rtal Lasiitnde, ' PalW nasntaaaaea. wnttnlar Byiitm, Tbuosyißcteß*, U atlOe*ofl to *0 on, wmch tki nadieina isTanakiy ruuoytio soonfSUow INSANITY AHD COFaUUPTIO* ? Man? are aware or (he cease of tseir safleruu, &♦ noeswtT confess. The records o« theinsane asytel tad the Bda&choly deaths hr cosstaaptloa, be* staple wltnm to Chetnth of the a«serttoa, tot covnnimoß onc* affxctso it o* Etqairca tat til c{ medicine ta sir earthen talu. Tltor»tslh6«j6teai,i}bl«feHZi4i3oLD , B BITS A? BUCHTI Invariably does. -A trial t?l3 contlaca t* mutt ikaptleal. Is many tffecSoss pecnlitr to (emias, the Extra- Bntba \t unequalled by u; other retted?, tad tor »* ooatßltltU incident to the aex or lath* DBCLOT OB OSANOa OF LIZ’S. 800 ITKPtOKS thOTO* No Fumlly shoold fee wliho«iiv Tata no Balnss.Mvcii'ypr Hapewoßt Medlaa ei» orp'tsiVTtiid uargerov Dlieaaes. BSX.BBOIJPS BXXBAtV BCOES la &U their stagec, st little Expoaa; little cr a chanee Qt Diet; so laconTSClenct, AHB SO EX FObUSH. £IIXI4IX9 57AH8428 SCALES OF^bllXß, Sa&feuki, a ijaDAjaHnt QSzum fcfiiiifioitrs fiitcacut. HSOWS AS PRE PAR ATIONS. COMPOUND FLUBS EXTRACT BUCffIJ, A poßUye and specific reneJy for diseases of the HUM mig • rnrn hct EM HfiH HHH HHB * HHtZHQBVBTLOa HUUUQtBfiHaH - BHU* HHH nv-U HHH HHH HHH nsa HHB fatuity, epileptic pits, ao, la one of which tae pacsat cay crrlrs. Who ci eaj they are sot frequently followed or those ■ £r ful dueases," SRSBEEKEKK3 EgBICKKEKKKie EBB 2 Bff EBE*EB» EtKKSSS KTTTt ESE SSBXRSBBBSE ff^gKEgKpKFiy LLLL LLLL T.I.T.T. LULL LLLL LLLL T.t.l.T, .. T.T.r.T> - LILMALLLIXLL CUSEi TSBBJ DISEASES, hounffa HHUtiU MiIMUM MUM MM UM MUM UMU UB MM MUM M»JI MM MM UUM MUM UM MM MUM U*U MM UM UUM MUM yin™ MUM MUM UUUM ÜBH MMH UMU UMH Vm HeluMd’s extract Bacht tat au affections int diseases ot theta orrax whether oxlitlox IM MALE OB FBMAUi.. Item wtsttver csve oonoanrs end nenettoric* loos itanalae. Piaeaiea*. these cw»asxe» ‘ Ue Md ct. ntujnura tITRiCM BITCHB HKLM3D jg THS OBBAI ETUBaHT ftfiD IJ IB CBBTAIM TO HA.YB THE LSSIBB9 EFFECT IN ALL BISBA2S FOB WHICH IT 15 BECOMUKSDSI?. SSBBBSBSBBBBB 8888 8880 8888 B&9B EUBB BUBBa ®B?a 8988 .-8898 8888 8888 BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOOD HELMSOUrS ‘ * SZGSLT CONCENTRATE? COtfFODHD 7DUID HXTEACT fiaßaAFq*m.T.>. Tor purifying the bleed, removing all chronic ccs ittcnacaal diseases arising from an impure auto c ttsbicod aad the only reliable *&i effectu/ kaowmemedy for thecore cf Bcrelola, ScaldEcafl Eelt hbema, Pains and Swellings ofthe Bones nice: atiooa of the Throat sadLeca. Plrcplet or the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas and an s&uv cruhV.cn; cf the ten* A£d Eeaptlfytpg the Oem?laxlCs< HOT A raw of tha vent disorders that aOlst ’frefit the corruption that accumulate* latheclcoo Ot*Uthadiscoveries thathavebe-smsae ’opuryt it on*. t-no c&a equal In effect Eelmboit'aCon: DoozidastracfdfSan.parLila. Xtciesnsasandreau vates the blood. Instils the vigor cf health into th: system and pnrzesoatthehuEjQrawhich snhe ti'» ease. Ititlmuietesthebealtoyluhctjocsofthabod. and ezgeli the allow *m th«t grow and raatia In th bleed. snch.ar?m'-dy,tbctcon!d berehid cn.ti. long been souht lor; sad now, for the first tame, th pablic have one oc which they can depend. On spece here deemot admit cf certificates u. show it efifsctir-bntthetrislofeslnyleboracunn ssow tc bv tic* thattthie vtrtatssor*6Mlns arvthinttif' have evertav^n. Two übleepoocffile cf the- Extract of g*rtsperd« added to a tins of wstrr is •qualtoUsboaßie- Blink, and one bottle la full r euualto a gallon cf thi Bjmoof Osmparill*, cr ths decoction as usual!* Extracts nave been admitted to ue in th* United State* Army, and ate alee in very genst* ue in aUthsSfatshcsplta'sapd public sanlteryla atltnUou thronzbeui the land, ft well as u pr!*-su> practice. and tra coctldar&d u luyslcsbic ttatdlts. OOCOOO ■QOOOO.iOO OOdO GOOO 0000 0000 0000 OfVJO 0000 0000 00000000 OOOOQO XSEmBOIIPS RO39C WASH asaxceDentlotien fordisaeioe ansiag from habit of diasioetiau,uied in coautsc&on with the Bztracto Buchu eud Bampart;!*. in euec dueeiea eerecoa mended. Evidenceefthe ictet reipocsible and re liable oharecter wUI accomoanythe medlelnee. HAMBS BHOVtKTO aO AHCg AHOTASO yor medical Froptieoes otßocnn res DISPKBStTOHT OF THB TOIXEO STATE. ME Troimtoi CEWEA’i TUMSI6 work, ou tt; oj tt« eeitWEMd Drr «a*s «nSi»» ES9CE Sy Dr. Eohrsm Mi^offan.} celebrated Physician,nod Uexabsr of the BojalCcl i»e of Snrgeen*. Irelacd. and nablished la thr tlaniactloaaof tnefecg JonnwL “fceeVedlco CMrwglcalßenew, uub.tSMd 07B«J* jamla Travers,Ftilowoi the Boial College of Bnr S Scemoj; oftheUts Stanford works on Utdlclni FITBACT BTTCHU,!fI PerbOtt!fi.Orslx lor 15. * EXTRACT eaBAAPAbTT.LA, yiper bottle, ori» tc i*PBOVBD ROSE WABE.S3 cent* iper bottle, o * l Or?alf don ol each for glfi.whlCh.wUlbesiiaclea' to cure tbs most oUtlnata cwi, If directions an * Delivered to any addrui. securely parted frd 0 in an oomnunleatlcna. Cun guataa*Aed« Advlco grots.- - T.T.T.T. tt.TJ. LELL T.T.T.T, liLLL LLLb LLLb LLLL ti.l-T. affidavit. - an Alderman o H. T. flelmbold, wnob* la? dmynrorn, dot* taj hi* preparation! eoaUb ot "fesaaassp aoTw« ninth Street aboTo Race, Philadalphia. a ddrtaa letter* fbr Information, laecßfldance. W A B . T. HBLMBOLD. _ . CHEMIST. DDDDDDDDD ddddddddbb dddd uddd 3JDDO DDDD DDDD DODD DI>DD DDDD DDDD DDDD. DDDD DDDD . DDDD DDDD . DSDDDDDDDD dddddoddd PRINCIPAL DEPOT*. Hsbnbold’* Drag and Chemical WarehooH. Helmbnld’i Ding asd Cliemicai WarebraM Hclßboid’a Drag and Cbtmical Wtrebcw SO. fW BROADWAT. 5. T., OB jiO, 5M BtIOADWAT, K. T„ OB KO. 591 BEOADWAY, H. T n OB MEDICAL DEPOT, FELMBOLD*3 MEDICAL DEPOT, HPLMBnLD’B MEDICAL DgPOT. TTO irt SOUTH TESTfI BT- FHILADHLPgXA. BKWABS OP COONTEByBITS A3D UHTBXS BSnAai u cirLED DEALERS, ■who enccoTor to dDpose of “ toetr ewe” reparation attained oy PHLMBOLD*S GSSUINA PREPARAfIOBSA HKUIBOLD B GEKtrnTI EXTRACT BTTCXU. EXTRACT BABSAPAEILLA IMPROVED BOSE WASH, BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. ABS. YOB BPLMBOLD’3, TAK» NO OTHER. ■ cat out the adyertiaemontaadatndforltandayold apoaltienaad ezpcscra. \ el7-iSIW3t-yaw-iD Aerma# timnii i or jb^r&i-A. DISEASES RESULTING FECI Disorders of the (.iver. AND DIGESTIVE ORGAN! ARB CUBED BT HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS, THB GREAT STUSNQTHBttMS Torvic?. THEBE SITTERS HA.VA yg-BJfOMfITO KOB CUMA-SATB AJTP HO CIVS BETTB* 4AX* MPAOTIOH - HATE UOBM TSBTXMOHV -BATS MOM BSaPBCTABLB FBOfIA TO VOUCH FOB TAB* tfhan any other Ar dele in the Market Wo 4aty any one to eomtradio* thU awerttoa. AND WUIfPATSIOM To aapoao who-win profiles » Camucata pobttttfia. hj ua, Ou U not OEN HIM. HOOFLOD-S SEMAN BITTEia WILL CUSH EVERT CASS OF Gfcitn Harrow Detill ty, Dlsc&m d Ou, Sidneys, tod Disease arising frea • % Disardarod Stomach* O&earro the following symptoms, reanitiif-. from Disorders of the Digestive Organ*: ponsttpatloii, lawvdPUst, Faunas « mood ut; Head. Acidity of ibeS&t-asaaa Niuu, Hoaitnsza. Dl«tsft tor Fooc, FoUaeao or Welehsoica* Btomach, Bov Brnetatlow, Btaking or Tlotiering at the Pit of the stomach. BwUnmuiK of the Head, Hnrrloo ead DJBcnll BreitlElu, riutiorta# at the Sean. Cooking «r BvffocftiOK Baa*a«oa* when In t Ulna ponare, Plznaett ot fines. I»olt or Webe before tb> Sicbt* rsw and Dull Pain lathe Head. Deficiency »f fernmflos, ToHow ecu of the Skin to* Iru, Fein la the __ Bide, Btok, Übest, Limbo, Sadies Flnahea of Heat, Sarala* l> la via F'leeb.Comtaas Igaglslrgs ofHTll.aad nett PeartMioa of Sptzat REMEMBER! That this Bitters is not Alcoholic, Contains so Ran or WMsky, AND CAS’I2UHJB DSKmSSS, IS THE BEST TONIC XN THE WOiUiD, Jteocl "WTio Says So s rran too BtT. Lrn 6. Pastor ot the flagm I Ottreh. Fembcrica, s. J ? formerlyor ho Sort Baptist Chvch, Philadelphia. 1 stTB k&ovn Hrefltnd*s Oorama hitun xttorthia for »number ot jetrx. IluTaascdthemla mj o» ftmiljt ud hero boeaso piovod with theiraSoaot th»t I vastadeced to reeeoamead them to auuiy ctfe an, end know tbit tbay Mrs op«reud Id e atrulsais beaeflcltlKeßacz 1 uko treat piostareltthupa> licit proclaiming thUleet. andcaUlat tea itraatlta of thcaa aCUcted with the alsesaea far which they an. reeoußsad&A. to these Blttara, knovist from j|i neoce that my nco? mindadoa wlllbt latteisod. ] do tbit Boraebeerfallj as Btren f »2B> ttadad to hesaht the evicted, esd it “sot ants drl»h-“ Xtort, truly. u*72 6. rUI, fioa Set. J* Hewtoa Brawn. D. D., Editor of the -£&eyeicp»il& of Kaowloace,- aad tt*aChr«tilcle,FbCad?lph!a. Although not disposed to tavor or thron*h elsuuo* «r UielxJw grealeßua*aaevu t rjesu(»Nr or te stuficlent ram sons why a man may not testliv to the benefits be tom Here* himself to have rec-lved from ay simple pro aerattoa, Li the hope that toe out thus contribute t( the benefit of other*. Ido this more readuy in regard so Honiara's Bar Baa Bitten, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jac&aea, oi tha city, because t was prejudices against them for maoi years, under the laoremios tbatthey were chlafiy ax alcoholic mixture. lam indebted tc my friend Giobw Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice bi proper tana and far encouragement to try them wbe» suffering from greet evdloagcoßCnnsd debility. The ura of three bottle* ef these illtiar»,et the beginning af the present year, waa followed by evident reuefaai restoration to a decree of bodily and mesial vigor wbicb I had net felt for ate months before, and had ah meet dlsealrad ef regalalag. I Uerefsre thank Qct and so 6i«d fer dlroctisc *e to the ue of theo * w. »WIOH BEOW3, Tbllafiabbla, prsa* ffse issv.Jes-H. xcnntrd, Faster of thelCtt- BsptlrtCbarcb. v d* jacksow: Do*r Sir—l have atouhfreqneialyrm quested sisi with ceremenciaaoac of different Ida Is of tnudlclneo bnt regarding ttogr practice as out of my aparoprUUsphare,! have *s all eases declined; *us with a ciesr la vertenr instances, aad tarttenlar'y la my family, of the uato fnlaess of Dr. UiOfiaod’s German Bitter*, X depart for cnce from b»t usual,coarse, tq»*pr**sm> tuZ. eoavletlan tbst. TO u q tuTBItAL bwBiLTT: OTTK3 lISTBM *HS> gJPdCIAIiT FOB at«KCO» rLuNT, IT IS A !iT£ A ' D FALUiBuB FU» PAHATtoiS. lu i«is« eases It lallr bet usually, I dcabt not* it will be very beneficial to shoe* Wto« saTsr ttem the above cause.. T “ OTTOT "' pMtM !/;a. KBNHA.UJ, •giffrth below Ce\taa itrsat. ghlladslphUh jr?a Sav. Tfarrun Kandoiph, Taztor cf Baptisv Church, Fean. On c.M.Jacurv: Dear Sir—Fsrsj&a) experience tnaWci me to say that I regard theGeman Blttfflt sreoared by yen as a amst excellent medicine. 1& cases of severe cold and general debility I have bees greatly beaefitted by the use of tba Bitters, and dootol nat they will produce similar effects on others. lUt W7 w cß *’ Va > y WAHKBB RANDOLPH, ** • Scnasatown.A, frnw s«y. j. h. Tuner, Fagtor of Madding M.H Cnnreta, FUladelpbla. Dx. Jicxmv; Sear Sir— Having used your OerzcaX Bitters in my fmrUy treqaently. lam prepared to say tbas It has been of greatserrloe. F lelieve tbasfe nod cases of gaaeral debility of the system It la thd safest and most valuable remedy of which 1 have eng Enowlbdis* - Tours, respectfully , * OS 5. KnetSsto^el, From thaSav.J. M. Lyons, formerly Pastor of ttog Columbun <H. JO and XUUttawu. (FM Bapttß Church. Hvw Rooaxnhn.-9. Y. D8.0.M. Jaoueß: Bear Sir— l feel it a pleasure uua,ctmy own aaotrd, to bew testimony tothees* Nilence of the Genus Bitters home years since bw> tag much afilloted wits Dyspepsia, x used thes with very beneficial molts. I nave oiten rsconu mended them to persons enfeebled by that tonoentw disease, and have beard from them the mot: testimonials as to their great vsin*. la cue of zenerZ debility, ibcilave It to 5a atonic that eanset bo surv HMt 1. «. l>Ton. From the scv. Yhoe. Winter, Pastor or Bozberowh Baptist Church. Dm. Jacxsox : Dear n*r —I reel It due to your ax. salient preparation, ueofiiUd German Bitters, to a<K ay teeumonj to the deserved reputatloD U baa om talned. Ibave for year*, at times,been troubled with great disorder la my head ana nervous system. Z waa advised, by a friend to try a bottle of tour Geg« man Bitter*, x did so, and bare exportvneed greafi and unexpected relief: 07 health bav been materially, benefited. 1 confldf*lly recomzceed tbs article where I meet with similar cases similar to my owe. and hAT»h«2? «*un£hy many of their good effa«£ Semactfally yours. - r.^WESTZ3, Bosherougto, pfc Tram Bey. J. B. Herman. of the Bifbnil Cboreh, Entntawn, Bern County, Pa. Du. C. M. Jacxaow: Bespecied Sir—l bats Met troubled with Dyipepal* ,*• Jean, and bait * eTer used any medicine tbst did ms aa much goat aaHooflana’a fr.tMri.Xaiß T«jy mucb laproTod ti k«attb,a£t»feaTtsctakißXflT8 bottler _ 3. S.HSHHAX. PRICES. lerzß 81*3, (holding seariy double qua- UtyO SI.OO per BttUo-Hf.Doi. Basil Sia, IS “ -HI Do,. Ut bewabe op comrauvEin. • - Bee that the dnatnre of "0* la oa ttc Wrapper ot each Bottle. Should your nearert dnasslil not bays the article, At not bo pot off by any of the intoxlcatln* preparaOoae that may be offeree in It* place; bat tend to ns. Bat wawlU forward, Mcnxelj packed, by axpren. Principal Office and Manufactory* HO. CSX ABCS STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. .JONES & EYANSI Bacceasm to C. 21. JACKSON ft GO* Proprietors. ITTOE BALE by Drngjrfsta and Dealer* lnet«t town in the United states, and by LORD & SMITH, *a Lake Stl, CWcajto, Din General Western Wholesale Agent*

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