Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 23, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 23, 1864 Page 3
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Special Notices. r |»r. Jamctt. Tora-.&rlj «-6t % Be* in Ife6«,b9ta ptiHAZleSfe- I» i rJZk 0 t « K-bCoLA etn-ev HHadl. 6*ecs»*. il L. u«treitotrtv cl Old C* osie. Miner THA.L* CIAI fc, »tl4 -U Ca>6i Ot BbOub ASX -k~ tr. Z>taw>*rs 4JK. f c«KT4<j ■ etrs v^yj *>x can* SlaitsT>,ltD«L. F *»xifc6a. sr tay jxj'jon, fjfri witt a 5 arm* bias; e vrtsrr»TT» mr»* <0? toaaon »te 4io*« pai*-e». 3A»OC:o aB/U«n, *Vi »t Otj.iW WevfcJkHU, as.o isl-va, txwurht ot by nou.ii O' Oit «;stcu •■at!) ittibc etioea, tzo-at or ber*-i?t*»Kh , latZHt low <* c-od (tllpi, d<tpr-e*rtc*, <CiguiMi, after infinity wits owdi u»:d_o< T' f feto»a,treaiM aid TMMcaair -v*l b» a* trfccTWit wither, uilst irncS feat »rd crpetw. dr«t, VUnerahei., *trtc*w*s and '** ** **** *•" •*• ** a •n*at/ utter* tarn CM ly rurrd awtuf at sfet MOb % ci-a.6*, >re»t Iff* bloo* baa b».vma aotaeued, prcincltut hlutchcj on vk *w«a, anal] -WlMeu. palm it n< b«M %D 0 b*>Tiet. «.lcri-»-»>d throat, bnh, Umbt and body, SCMfnt* Vty«U«* *- »nnl»' u* innorlDea. bs 100 Ch SooCtu • e mrr!<al racatfey, p ra*««*-T»of «a*9d> CcalcoUrykt etc Tkoa> iO»r.e- •boolc «p#U *.C I* CBJeC tbnaebtmcu Vo mber. T. ■**r on areata oe'««wm Stetr asrt n»*rbvrti •tre.4*. OClceopr.bfroißSa.nl ui:l!-p tn. ‘-oniaraMoßi *cotMeatlAL sell qgTMSt I>r, Bigelow, CcnSfieclu' Phi».kUu. ilgua ji« o St, Lecii. UoO «»n be c daqu.c •n-’et.fllc*. tn *o&‘b .;Urc rreos. eoru: e. wool *, «aicmo ul. t j%'ta i.mc tro •« tbe Poirneioe.oo » l •:*roaia catoti, en--. imeun of A pnvat/ a ui dr.ir*'« :.atare, at bm «ex*fc, vai«b be troavt via an>ar«ile «0 R '«i• »e»arate, erturtLtcircrbd boca>r wiUi'br KTtr.'cM priraet OB *liOcti foa SaM. wer U.; tSotc*ji it ta 2 *.M Xyblccij-iu Coa>»-'*»t.‘ l# fre». A.amif O.Du - tWC a«it« to Wa.itb. Prom tn Decur’i ioc».*noen.Eet in Ho«ptM a-« private pr.ct'-e *il*ul<ir* rTlam. and atit«r perre’ctrei far rkraatc u tb«lr ■•OK ic»*e Hhd eotaaß* t*-- •■>«. lr a m ihort tiVMi. «i>b.:ni t mtn ■ weary. Tonj| r rii *aC nt£ ireai it,U tbut aratantea to •til A rert'ci tvt virmt'd F-ima eUr*Cßi»J> t!ecatierC»a ci r'ubtfti, Wea*tru*a»« 01 UavH.f t‘> ehivoctleci w m*mace. »boa 0 cab at once and *> cared. Beal «f el.v rvfareace* b* to tb!iV» ts« ni&cea*. aatS-peS-SOJ SIQbCaiCAL RM&AttOHHfc, aa.alC 7j wrjtJJdf, It tra*ta *a. a&d ifeom hew, toe a?r, meolwamere ‘rCTs ta ly abaci iarcfcu>aot aaf b» aabTarted, wiife a «0'« watbod Cf USTiS'-jr the wi»rtv ß .( c«i aatc tn eeter r,r l&ac'taM *Ut«. S*ld Vj Or. H. A. BAEBOtV, a* Kiaaohai iumv. bow Tvri. prltt, 22 ceatn Sailtc Irek everrrvkrc. “• be t»S *l»c •!' t. ITL 7( Katdal'- iWceU c iUea*o,lU*: alaOj of Alfe!& f KaJT • CO C‘TTIV* Ktui ui JJ'Ftrtot V:otu.r#oru.!iL itH-vn-j CUlr ii 4te meat daucouw *rti- cv*r lliMTerett. It eh»Rt« weano *4 Sfcndj to * pe»rlj i»B- texw* of ravlshiet lf»firtlnf tfct Blkrftl* pansy O* JPUtk, »M <e«riiNrw tf>p«»ruc( <« ttnutg IxthrclQ bells fwhlon. It removes Ut, freckles pimple* *sd scgnttw trots ths skin. Him* ttjf c#m»l»snot *9h, trickt-arent Ufl smooth. ’-CobUim ao mat* il iMum-m v© ike iUI. Patronised by ittOfera Klnecri., It If wba* ttjaj lady should are. Sold everywhere. prepare* tj HAGAN ■ Troy, B. Ti A.dir-1* »U orders to -it MAD «. BAHSES « CO., New York. •gSC-rsiAta r*n In the lJ«ar IMS . Mr Matbvw* cm prepares the VKNftTIAN h*IB 3>YK; etiir*. that time it t»t mid py coou:»xni|. red in nomranre ta«U >at's9 t? firs ennrs aau* *»Tk •'.nT* is lbs rtla tha werld ti prt-e li ♦tiiy-Ymy Cents, mc ekek ksvtie e*staini aubW w>< ocuiUk) «Ic>ttfhthaM~aia*lljee.dferS--. Tbe VE'UCIaN UTh Ik warrunik* set toudora u*eL»ir«»r t* e > cs*r it *hr Tke V’KelsTlAW f'TE werki wltbre.ldUT acfl cer j*jfitT.thi- luit r‘Qnjm>< eo whnt-r^r. Tl*d VaKCrlaw rre pr darn* »nyf..*St tifclaky tn«de-irc>c—4MH; that —cct tvat Bat •• hair 't-slf. ror isle b*. « 1 dnipri* a- Prte# •>- . .. . EK«d. General ac<«t. -S Uoie tzteX,' Of ** W*b attKlOA HA.tR bin lu.ucre;ilar m me I’, l&rce ost- Uu, price 5Cc. _ j;W«Hcli»«*w riles —(fifmocrhoidj*)—Piles. The Aasualiaa ('pecitc joi r.irt a sow *»« li fcaoofc hi ti« c et 6-cut* u tie tdj f*.r Jj* shore cora* “lalnt • vrr up***. 1 «jq» - mp'*cWct. ecu* 'Units 1c *sy 1' rm C»nsc»rctl» •*I»l IC*» K W»J not ••>«.:ror , li, cuci»Bt 1. It '-lie rsaieir- l*o*tuui»- oe». tfp’icitje* exteraw. Try It. LORD A eMlTfc.tt vrbo.c«Ws WntUio Age* a- *|y«a-iu»t»-Siß-y *aw-U Uphaiu’s HAITI QT&SS iNi CURLING FLUID la the hart lihir-erw,!: t ia tie vend U lipiut VsiaUfal plots V* tic H*:r.v »epa .t la carl, pro-uaet iti crowtU, Ac. tTlce.yco-lA»nettia i» ascreatflipe*- «jj cure ior r «t a-, S*lt Ku-n», C*»p?«d diana, bar ber'eUrh.Ac Fnca, M certa * dm. UPlUif'!' ASCA-aA reiutj* toe instt to lent r»r*>sytaj( <*t AtibiM<t> tea iiiitots*, s.jd rffec:i a*t eSyce’e. vnef, •« »p*ek*ee UPEAwS rtVliK a-ND a&oa SPECIFIC la war rkQtediocsr»tiiT effect C:ill«a*d FcTer.na Mat ter tow lett iivtdJE* fne*. «; • CrUAiJ* i»l>jLeTOrtT 10 "HER will remove tbi‘ bait iron. liW for-be-t* U Ur- trumtu, without UJ«rJ to tLe atlii. Price fcl *bcula. Lit. La PtfkTk’fc LL-R Isl.Jf U, he .T-xtNornne ard B-lQvekauai K wedy, »e»i*re« yinti'VTirtr ail who a-elufTrlM im»* Iwpwrea ftp’BU Ea-r* v, Ftnou* lifcOt ij. At-, arjn-s nos wbtitve. c*mc. Price, »?»r«crspft. •) kk jaF*m>e usirtfii alNc -lsMthe whur*n and Uob*i»cb« a •ex«ti<U' «or •nwo. K coa cliuofoal* one preparation. Culorwu.not fade or wait*out. Cxi; SI cent* aba:. Bold by 8-<t. ITcßaw SSScuik ,-dclrbi* aseryai i'ranli'-i Circauuaatnt free. UM6I* 8m M W*f II 23sots anb Shoes. X 864: -^ALL T ' s ' a:DE " lßoi KiUSOK & BiarLEl’T, SO lake Purest, Chicago, lIL, offer :or axle ONJt Of THE LLBOKST STOCZ3 OF boots aran shoes fi«erT>roat&tt*thlt matxet. It. ibrte timet ot bi#b nrie«» we beuavc. t&at THU EKST 000 R atJt Tka aad bare /viec’ec. out FfcU Stock wIU »me i< rafereaceto att«TQas la eaHcft-M'rU' CCSTOM hadc which sotxs xzaamLvn. EXTRA teIZEB A SPEOIAJLITY. aeS-niSC-tf m gOOTS AHD SHOKS, RERfIOVAI,. BALL, SOUTEWIGK & 00, SUCCESSORS TO " BENEDICT HALL & CQ, a % Ears removed to Kus. 384 & SB6 Croadwav. r;BST D*OB ABOVE WEli Akln \ NKIW FORK. We here •xtaVi eaiargoa ear macuactanx* 2erar;- »e*fc, and bow a»v« caaataady t>a bane a very lair* oek of nac aewrd work ai «v owa wtaai*ctart, to crßeh waicrtt* to* «u«j>tlot. ut *-z<haaa. We make all u.t later- iryt* oi U«f>*t,Seyf’ t&*. Tostha'Call Srw-c B««u, Cocfrete^rit era on* Jacait tb'.vf -* wall ar liwdai’, haiaev'anS Chitar«B'< tifi?eceo.«lov« K> aa« Lutißk werk—nil taachine »n»«( xb* tha varr wait eaalitv •' soedt. lyta-aSU-«» Srugs anh (Chemicals. T HREED & CO., * XMrouTsua abd JOBbess or DRUGS AND CHEMICALS S9 liOkMt) Chicago, III* &LBO. DEAL LSBGItLT IN Points. Wls, Window Glass, Glass ware, Bernina nilc, Kerosene, ftoapmsJters’Stoca, IDsnt factfuwrs’ &e«, Wkich we offer ex >neet is*orabit to Wsctsm Her ebuta and UaßvlACtvws. j.B. JcnD.VUPakn *Ve«t,H.T.I t seU-mTO-V /TJ.ILBKKT HUBBARD & CO. SHIP CKAIVDLBBS, Dealer* Ln IWINBI* AJNJD CORDAGE £OS & 207 South Water Street Comer cf WcUa, CHICAGO. W« hfcTi tl all tIQM the largest and best i»crV »eat lo tne wort 01 MAVIL&. AND TABKBD BUFB, WIPES ‘' SAGS, BAtoGINQ iFO BURLAPS, i'.aKVAR, OAKUM, XAIL PITCH. CHAINS. AKD TACKLE BLOCKS COAL TAB, BOOFIBG PITCH AND FBLTIHO COIXOff, FLAX AJSTD HE CP TWIBS&. XettU, mollis*) V«oii Cover** Tarpaulin*. Color*,, Standard*. Guidons, Flags, fa., to Order, P.BVBSAM- J.a.TUBSXI, fi.S.OiIPMHI. aav?o*tSnft.lin laT iTTEkTS FOR 3. A JJS-tUlerj and 5e acres of Land for sale at Dsn _ vllle. Vcrtnil ’on coui*v. 111. ca mcitpcl honaalSM f boMitif per c*y. Cattle Barrs to ie«d I*.W bead of ■ cattle, ana tux; Lead or nopt; all in c".hull , lc order. yiutiUery building Is brink. ISO ny 45 xeet wide, (our •elortet lUfL, with Loiier h j.nei ana engine room a> lacked. capacity of ennne v.-roch bore. Cre f«t ftroke.with li-*.cnfii-whc-l.uudton*rooof Hurra, 4\C leet dinmeU r. Mill ec. rjnu cl lae latest Jmorore anenta. Light ♦•yilcd-r Boilers, «o feetlont,2# Inches diameter. Also, »mali SMiorss power, for voraing pumps. Ac Two new Mark Tubs, nawle coppered, not up *aat >e»aon ' Also, a brick bDUoina for fillinw hlghwises. offlte, Ac., 60 by iec\ one story b eb: a » ood two story bnot dwe'llrc ; a new two I ory frame.46 by 40. used ut a boarding Louie, witta two c,>cptr thops, c*p*cuy Of raaa'.lmctuiiM VSO barren per week. Also, two copper Alco* ol Stills, capacity of each IHO ealioi s. with ?SL»r»e ootlrr to run same. T. e-e ■sroit* were built id iM’.anfl ar*ail in coxqjtlrte or* dtr Tbfreasonforaellirg’S.tbr par la wp>L tote* lingmsU HieLas.tMf. and wlllpol at a Br**t sacrifice. These worts »-re located on the Great Western Bail, roso.lc ore of the peat nctens for cheep in tte But*. coal can be now contracted for at ft per too, delivered s a me aotka Cooperage can bee »t up to • rood adTMiiaira. alt prison ulilrnceucliarroo -city, will <lo well to clve it wn oxfnunaUoxL. Our trice lor tbe wjicle of 1* 1« f.V'.'TO. <to»t when put up fcS.WC Ar ply to IIIWIN *• MO KEY, Bo«rd ot Trade ulldlog.Clrnapo,or W. RUB3OAG A BUN3,D«m wiiic. Vers tUlon county. 111. com Crib* (nr cribbing 1W,0?0 bushels, oca-esis nwris yALUABLK f ARM FOR S^XiE. A Farm of ItC acres, situated in Christian county Zlllpols, about 'sixty tods i *om Ite Depot at Hobs moud,obtbe Terre Haute a»o St, Lom« lUQroad Juurnn es w< Stoll* 1 iinals c-n --trtl It is all pood arable lard, and aline er culti vation, ar d well reneeo- -Zt use upon u a large w«U lio-ltifcnse,rornpletel*flnl»l»i-, worthatlew |tooo. Also aboatSCO J*eacbTr»es, Apple Or»'tard.»aa a rood vari'O of smalll Irul s,» I InbearJax. it com- Cine* rare aad excellent loclak school aadcburch p:iTiuces. TLc whole is offered for slo^oo. For fnrthir particulars address B. B. HAWLEY, scsl-csr&fit Rosamond. Christian county, lIL ROTaT PRUSSIAN CON BULLTK. 17 Clark Street. IL CLAUOSEKI7B, COMUL licttct Box <£B, Chicago, HL - mKOMUII 3S3anfetnaan.fi j£ict]aitgt. C'lFTrv NATIONAL Of .£. CHIOMO. Capital* . . . . g'>Od.OOO, Ra. fio Lu«ll« MUreeu U. S. DEPOSITORY A FISCAL AOEHT, ttIBBCoIPiinSS BKCCI V KE ®OB 7*30 loatr aritf 10«io <iold Vcar* in" BunOii, ifiB&UH LObt&SD JO6IAB WUfßAtt J, a 023 pt»dra Cassier, Pru^aet. > piiS &EOHAN N aTIOHAI dAAE op CHi'ineo, ,||'js0 l oov. C3-i.£*iaTAfe-. nu» Bank B*na* eor'puoo witt all cos prormoa* ofttaelAv.vUicutbesthof July ’niU'-t. roamfir ?f bßrtnwiin lit rUifeJn* »4i lAke-su, fUrlie esu 6fell<i!ia* j. yotfNO PKeliecv BAH-JAM NV Fa**, ViCe-rml. CAHI< v. «. JTINGE. Oatlue. •hncßorooxmoiui ** thi cmiKor. > £. Im.) : 'j* «aora«»t eTide* :* oreiertsd to tbc pnaei®mi*d L U few bee* made Ueppw tost Vh# ICsabacjee* Latiocai Bara o "X’Crci, r&Ue ertyo OwoaifC, It tb« CnmtT or «;oePan« iu been aoli- virasited aodsr -ata accorcriy t: t&t requraaiecta of ttf extol OentreN eattiw. • Ai let to prcel*ii e carrecct. lecaret n « picket or itiU'i StCeabe;cs,eoi] to pronA* fer tbe tur«.i.tio: a£d redeiecor Owren *• aporeve* /oz,f 1,1654, mnui cootvhee cits «B a* «r vtsieciQ' taic Act rera rra tob, ceisidM .ntf befere ww meactnc ifeeov&iiu C-Ats ia*d act. Bote Ibereforc X. ETGS Somp sroller of tbe 1 arresey, d« bereb* certrtsrttatT«f MaclAaicr* N»ao»al banEolCbiea<«, u. tbe Cttvv Chicare.lt the n««pty 0; *eCh and •*•?* nilnrai, j »nt»ontec toccmmescs th* 9*»felar incer tb** Act , -w— , 1e tc*:im«!iT w « ertOU •'“*? i.ui. «d ml o: >Jui iui down Mr< VLwwl, Jlt-aiHO-te - ComptroUet o»ft»eCorrencf.- I?IRfST NATIONAL RANK R7 op ckicaqo, kkmtnweti ceraer Uaica aid CI&rK-Ua. CAFlrit, P»’* ■ ' »60C,000. K. AIKEV. FTMldebt. SAWI*. W.KieK»HtOB, V«ne.FrQKi.. B. E.SiAZariD Oaahler. Slmwtwnal, TBLEWELD. MB? N, r, WILLIB la prepared to roeelraafaw anemesal sapHa be twffA 'be ugti of 7 *aa i<,to b> rwooaced vith ber daarbte«»‘ lelewlia. The »chorly«ar will t»e*ls gf^wninrism. Adcreai Wooe&a.Or*ns* Co.,N. T. aucl-oltO Sm-c-WAr-li rPHE GO'LEGATE SCHOOL A wHrerprawFb every savautaee far the is* etrucMoun youth.ontbe _OO - iWondajrof September, ISBI 17>riief rfiereioej irlvei*. Aopdcik-oato be made at ssurblei'o tvicoe.te*’ Rn*a iw*st «f»KCMwU vE K4« QPACCKNBaS iaenicmai. DB. MiEfiS’ SYPHILITIC CURE Tfcla Sedlelse in a Sale and! Radical Core r«jr Bfphllli lu tkt iTimary, Cacondary ana Tr.rttnir: itas>a, and Is ike xuoM Imporuai (QHllcal l>ln« tovery al tke Ukeivonita CfiDtory, fro* owe msfaenu tn«r« bu exinut m an lares Ciw«ea ccaatac on* fekXliaL SIEa&BS, caile«d>. c.tp?nei tpoc a spscis c^dm-ttat ei a Slnmet VIKCh, wk'cfe it capiat* of C^e^asitewaß r»y mocttiawotu WR. haßJL*' aTPffliTncClTKtt is eeeeai3(*ea icias wklck aas erer been 4ue«me4 Hat (JI.IIK STyfILLITIC and VbNE'.kAL DliKaßKf Is ill tfctlr varies wa* convhtaieJ lores*, aad teer •cttiiy * ia*4catc tk* dik«aue a- fjktax IVi stjirQet.Tt eistass. weich tu bafiiiw te< akjt: •; our a.on akrslcUis, am earned t£lV UPSS to he ccivxtcd tc^RRHaTP** «r ie arsa«uta witorabie can once while life i* at re»dilr cores sy —' 3—’Tj tHoT TafiA sty etaer SIMFi.I ►'OEM e/dn«a»t. by r EUl6 u earjracwuiid by la-oj C «i&cl BT»GK..tha jyapsoris et each rate, and die prleet of tar a»'«icma per P&r'KAGi is cues, a* that per *t>)!«lkihect'eaj> •••aor'arvte rt aite* wonryj rhlch u r-c*m*endee t* cuts the partisv'ar itt£C et tbs disease wiu vidcb they tnßrr. FIVil, or FAIMA.BI iSIAUK ef 6ypmn»,l» wh« ihes<tkifie» or oxenSnt appear. tcettu« sVcnld be i**«: m ereroiiar * ef DS.ltAßltE' cUb«, et aneixt'Jv ** Syptbicc Cura "ore box .Pi is oaebctvif Wasb.Oacs tie. spone. ai 4 skat ter Price per at ckarf - tut. The UiKT drAwalimenihenissaMkas bernr.t cORrTI.UXIOKaUandxay b« n:« ny the fedbwmc « e-ptomi: e> the tcoca an* throat. ecla.kesa, «acoiu mscVruer e*nc»rrni rer*r O! th* arrt nud let*, e crtieti c* t*e sxln, icrotcik. etc. The SynhJlinc Cere pi in ami fT&sii ar: ws in th* eanohcaii stare. Pne* per rfc-kafe, 47 sb. T4Jt TBLB'»,or i &KTIASY BTASB. Is Chews to tie wedss.orbaiCasd fauys: trmvrs oc urc bvies; enlarsestmt «f u« leisa ceptracilcns, hard palnj ic rhe hones andjetui] ca-le* ar decay of the »os*« ;Jyr'bihoc rheumatism, alteration ef cans. ex. Tk* v Sc»ti;ittc Cus” *nc piPsare nsnd ta tcl« sues. P.nc: per parcste. #6. _ __ vtrn ice cf 4 -s?phmacOare, H i3p«bottle;Flhs' 9i per box: Wssh. per bottle. ' . _ Partonkwhotar* mason ie soipen froaa ABS C/T3HB eithe er -n« Ol COS TAGltm.ortrcu IM-KA**rT TaJATUBeT. Iks azta'csce cl any ViKUSer fOKtirt rail 'e? alsiac in the «yt'eat,ssaaid «■. S‘t.UAJtK3 ITi'EMriCCUt'J atoece.ttd it crJUeflctaaUj eradicate eTerypaTticUoftle Vl*-XS and rotors t>e sjbXsb to a pcnect stats of R£«LTB a&d PO UT. ■ tKCOrCiST arpuixis U UR HXUITa x, aco mar be transmitted the to cnlid by either parent la wacat inrea the eiceuc tsj exist S. tarssa. who sac raeaea te stupeet t*e sxistencs of any Spsintlc Ti ros or ration is their sy*ieB t sboiuc ail tense Dr. until ersry sartde of tke Tiros Is errdicitnd tres the conrrttnUsn befsrs trey cstenato the acarnsyt suu, aodiktcTbyttevf tr# ccruittj of a PU".B ard besittay eOiprux A trsatlM on imiass, f.vicr *bna dire* Wots for treaarent iceompscies psekafeofthe tß**]cine. , (STTbe inedietss will be sent ny ezpreas to nil •nrU of the country cm receipt efthe tut at v. _ pr Prepared a*_c told by DB. B.kkBTRKLY * corner ol Third apd Cheraat strasts, St. LoulS; t*o„ io!b nr*prle:cn. flolilei&i. F..EABTkELY& CO.’S Family Msdi ciDpeao.-«.k9X»dlsofi street, near tne Feet OSoe, Chicago, ill. DR. EASTERLY'S PAIN KILLER. tftls ojsMclii* 1a aa l&fklinil* cure fatj Bralaw, Spralna, Headaek*, ToolU acke.SercXhroat, Cone, Crampa 4 oil Ipuzai, pjHntery #r Bswsl essfl plalnta, Remit Affection*, Paisa lx I the Faca, Pals tor 4* Colic, Palu I*l tKe Ereibßi, Side, Bock and LAmbe, Chelenk Ckaleaa Sfortua, tod Is tact wherever It 1* ayyllHTPaJa cast* not cxLt* * It tl xua C AX-LT and XXTE«C7ALLYaue Uapeneet ANTIDOTE hr ALL FAIN. Tijltyi afflicted. IF - tale at US.» EA9TRBLT ft CO.'S Family Ufdlcict Store, 99 VadUon ft., Cbicaro, 111. Hit. EASTERLY’S FEVER AWO ACUfe KIbLER. This fileilclAi'wlll cure Agna had Fover,Xlamb Agnr, ChlllSAAd Porer, Xiit*rmUf«yit an 4 Rrmluent Fevers* and every form of Fever Incident so Ci* WsaL Dr. Kutterly’» fever and Area Killer is WAS RANTED TO CtTF.E. US If It FAILS the mesay Will Ve ream ed ta the rurch»A«r if uaed u direct*A or F.ics t LA ver hactie tv- feriVleTt or R.BAtTIUT ft CO.Tiramlly Meoitma fitare, SS MadUun XL. _ Pfi. EASTERLY’S DIARRHOEA SYRUP. nii H«dicla« will cue UtrrkcM, Bjroentery, Cholom Slorku, Sommer Complaint, Colic, Wind In 4b* Bu>m> «ck ud B*wel>, and all Deruse l mentolthe Stomach and Sewell of Children when Teething* Is tbs simmer 4bour»i«s.a!s from SOWXL COK* PLAISTfc il u iHlrkt b« ure< by lb- Cmsly tile of D£. ESsTKBLT’b PIARRhCKA SXHUT. ' UOTHEBS, *ty Will JO* Jet yoir CSILDEES DiKwhea sSIxE »sd BCB* BhMEDT ta offered jbu. pTIVci M ceu’e i cr battle. IF* - or safest DA. E. 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JJB, LUDX.UM’S SPEOIFIO. Thlc Is the treat and MTereipt Berne dy (esmpeaed of EXTRACTS from In dian Roots and Herbs,) for all disease* ortho Urinary and Sexual Orsass, sveb as Incontinence of the Erftne, Inflaw* motion of tbe Bladder, Inflammation of theKSdncyc, Stone In tbe Bladder, Stricture, Crave), Gonorrhoea, Gleet, and la tmtlvtlledby any thins yet dir covered fer curine the whites, in wo men: Wben n«d acccrALig to directions this Beasdy has neither taste nor «ael», and its tue cantotke de tected by any one. This remedy U ptrteci and re quires!* injections, which rrc eal ulatc* to destroy pn« deaden ttt di-eased orcans Lutresorti tbspoi son from the system, creating buoyancy and health. It is so quack Medicine, but Is tbs embodied ex perience ©I me Fhyslclsu most successful Ik curing' all of this class.. * UTLet lore ie«p»lr as this remedy effects lie nest aetoulttlLg cures, when all otbers fa'.L Frlce only ILOO per box, or 0 boat* tor 13 tf. Beat by mall to any address on receipt or the price. For tale by alt DrnggUU- See that my tlgostcre Is around each box. w. F. DAVIDSOKf, Sole Proprietor, CindhutL BUBminS & TAS SCIUAGS Wholesale Druggists, 16 T-- v - street, Chlcago.au* thorised ugenta. «u3i<i:-lm w y **-u (Eljicago FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 IHfIA PBEkIDE<UUIi ELEUtIO* gmt^S Republican C»lau Nomination*. ABHAfcaJtt LINCOLN OP ILLINOIS. - JOB VICE PECSIDKIfT, AKDKEVV JOtINSON. OP TENNESSEE. FobOotxbkob: .BICUABD J. OOLtSBY Pott Lieut. Gotzbbob: WILLIaM BHOS3.- ' bon Sec. of State; SIIAhON TYNDALS. Fok acoitob: ' O. 3. iOTNER - - Fob Sup. Pub Ibstbuo: NEWTON DATEMAN. Picaiaeutlai B)cct<»n. JOB THE PTATK AT USDI i JOHN DOUGHERTY, of Unlnm. ffiaNCIS A ,UOFF.MAN, of DnPa-e. BENJAMIN U. PRENTISS, ol Adams. Dlatrict kdectors. —John V. Faetteix, B—las. C. Coekuvs, J—AJiMH 8. ttlu.nn ff-.Wnj.T>w WaLKKB, C—John VJ Eustace, :u—Tmw. W Uabbm, 4 S Foqub, I—N. SL McCcbdt, 5 Jom. J. Beknett, ?2—llexet 8. Baxeb, 6 Wjc. T. Bursuss,- IS—Zanas S. Curro an. 7 Fezsklin Biaua For fflemfeen or congreas. At large—SAMUEL W. MOULTON. Hist. I-JODN WENTWORTH. ll 10HN P FARNSMMBTH. m—e. u: WAsmtuiiNE. IV—A. O. HARDING. V—EBON C. INGKRSOLL. ‘ Vf-BUHTONC COOK.'' vn-n. p, 11 bßOMwell. . Vm-SHPLBY M. • ULLOB4. IX—HUGH FULLERTON. YI-E CALLAHAN. . XI2—JEHU BAKER XHI—A. J KUYKENDALL. _ . Ecadq’s Ukiox Statb Csxt‘l ComnrTEK, I Chicago, Sent 21, J Those of Union Campaign Bcctlrgs throughout the State are requested by the Committee not ta announce persons to speak'nnlees they have asanrancse from the Committee or Irom the speakers them* eelvee tnat they will be preeent at the time ' and place announced. Jas. It. Root, Sec’y. Gcd. Garfield’s Appointments, Gcu. James A, GurflOd, ot Ohio, wli| speak In the Oth dibtrict, Indiana, as folio wa: Peru, Tuesday, Sept. 271h, at 1 p. m Rochester, "eoneeday. Sept 23ib, at Ip. m. Plymouth. TborsoaT, ?ept SSth, at 1 p. m. Wtgtnllc FrldaVt&rpt.fiOh, at Ip.m. South Bend, Saturday, October Ist, at 1 p. m. Got. Tatea’ Appointments. Got. Ytiefi aud Judge Wm P. ILelloifg will address mass meetings at the folio ivlng times and places: Springfield ....Wednesday, Oct. S Hacomb, McDouo&bCo Friday. Oct. 7. Castor, iTuiion Co Saturday, Oct. 8. Mosmdath, Warren Co ..Monday, On. 10. Osuawka, Hesderaon Co Toaway, Oct. 11. A ado, Mercer Co Oc», 12. Back ItlasMlock l*:aad C 0... ..Ttmr»dsy. Oct. 13. CwaOndge. Henry Co Fniay, Oct. 14. Morris, Grnnry Co Saturday, Oct. IS. Pontiac. Livlncbtoa Co Monday, Oct. 17 Peoria, Peoria Co ■. ..Wednesday, Oct. 19 IBaaa BkeeUsig lb Soalbcru lillnoia. Bon. Wililum Uroes, candidate for Lieut tsorerDor, and Bon. D. L. U. d. Mareball for the District. of Southern Bli nds, vriU epeak at Union mass meetings at the following places, at 2 p. m.: LlcLetnsfcoro, Hamilton Co Saturday, Sept. 31 Carmi. White Co f..Moncay, Sept. 26 U«;rl*oun:h Saline Co Weflne«oaj, Sept. 23 ManoD, Wlllumrca Co. Thursday, Sept.33 Vienna, Jolmern C> Frida», Sent. SO ~ " pct.l Jonesboro. Umnn Co Csrrocdale, Jackeon Co Monday. Ocr. S'* Frank Lombard; tbe distinguished vocihet, ■ ,till be prcifcnt at all these meetings and sing | several of his Inimitable campaign songs. j - • XH. V. Tootaej, I Tbe celebrated Irish orator, will speak as fob r lows: i Laeallo. LvSalie county Saturday, Sept, 24, PesrL, Peoria comity lleodiy, Sent, 25. Pekin, Tazewell ermnty Wedmaday, Sept. £5. Havana, Hares county ...Friday, Sept. 80. Bencrtown, rc*“ county Meurtay, Oct. & Ms Sterling Brown county, Tuesday, Oct. 4. Quincy, Adam* county Wednesday, Oct 6. Local committee* nil; please furnish conveyance to the next point* Jas. P, Boor. Leo miller. Author *f the well knows pamphlet en titled. 45 The Great Conflict; or Cause and Cure of Seceseion,” will speak at the follow lug places In Bureau county: Monday evening, Sept, 28th, at Hollowiyrlhe. Tne*nsy evening. Sept, 271b, at Arlington. Wtdneedsy evening Sept. 24'h. at LaXfolPe. Thursday evening, Sepu 2916. at Malden. Friday evenlair, Sept. 80th, at Princeton. nasi nectmc*—Gen. Osleibpa Ap> poiutmenls* \ Gen Oeleeby will speak as follows: Quincy. Adams county ,T....... Satvrday, Sept. 24. Pittsfield, Pike county.... Monday. Sept. 26. Cirrolten. Green count) Wednesday, Sept 28. SdwararvilJc, Mrdlion county....Friday, Sept. 80. Bellvlile, St, Clair cocnty Saturday. Oct. 1. Eon. X !>• Ward*]? Appolntmenta. Quincy. Adams Co ; Sept- 24 PlmCetS, Fite Co..v Monday, Sept. 28 Carrolvon, Greene Co VToonesday, Sept. 28 Edwardevil'o, Madkon Co Friday, bept. 30 BMivilie, St. ClairCo..... Saturday, Oct. 1 lion. 8. W, .tlonlton’s Appointments, Cabdldate lor eongrena At Large. Peerla Satareay, bept. 34 La con Monday, Sepu 20 Hennepin .Taevdty, Sept. 27 Box. E. C. Ixgebsoll win Bpe&k 'ftt the UtttT places. Ottowa Wednesday, Sept, 28 Menu Thursday, Sept. 29 Joliet I Friuvy, Sept. 80 yorkvllle, DeEalb Co .Oct, 1 Box. TV.'T. norECfs.ciQdidatelbrElector will speak at these meetings. Wfoota -.Monday, Oct, 8 With E. C. Isgebsoll and Jesse Lynch. Bor. I>. Blcbarda> Appointment*# Gcneeeo, Henry Co Mocday, Oct. 3 Tontown, Bureau Co Tuesday, Oct. 4 Erie. Whltepide Co Wednesday, Orr. B Lytaeu, Whiteside Co Thursday, Oc\ 6 Genepee Grove. Whiteside C 0... Friday, Oct. 7 Polo. Ocle Co Monday, Oct. 10 lit. Morris, Ogie Co Tuesday, Oct-11. Amboy, Lee C 0....... .Wednesday, Oct. it dERVUN MASS MBEn^GK. Lieut. Governor IIomcANW. Major Stevenjos and other German speakers, will speak at Gebman mars meetings at the following places, in the' even ing: ' Peoria, -F. Tuesday, Oct.. 4 Pekin, Wednesday, Oct, C Friday, Oct, 7 ...-.Monday, Oct. 10 ...Tuesday, Oct. 11 .Wednesday, Oct, 13 ..TBureday, Ocu 18 ... ..Friday, Oct. 14 ....Monday Get, 17 Quincy. Alton, Edwsrorviile,.. Highland, Trenton, Belleville, The Popular and Electoral Vote. Tho following table shows the popular vote of the respective States in 1863 Kith the number o t Electors to be chosen by each eight weeks hence Vote in 1633 —» Electors of Dalcmlet. Bern, ftes't—o4. 63,299 M,553....t*v. 7 States. Maine New HampeMrc... ar.tOS ' 22.833 5 Mairacfcuectta 70,453' 29,297 IS Bhodelriand 10.836* 7,537 4 Connecticut 41,033 £8,895 6 Vermont. 89,613 11,66 i 5 ’New York 314.547 284,941 S3 New Jersey. 46,000 W.OOO 7 PeiiLsjlvesila: 269,466 254,171 ...26 -DtUware 8,156 " 8,644 3 Kerylnod 86,£0 l 15.994 7 WthtYuginla 85.000. 15,000...' 6 Ohio: 2SS.F6I 187.5R2.: 21 CS.99S 61,9131....... 8 .. 118,M7 128,160 13 .\ 125,263 25,805 10 Michigan lodises.. Iliiiots.. 7y,9fl 55,218...:.... 8 19.815 -12,922 4 85.741 55.««9..'. 8 WhcoLPln. Miutt-sota. Ju\\» Brunei?.*...: 6- 806 3 7,889..*. 11 Slocum > 46,648 47,*29........_1l £.O/ fec« 64.417 44,715. 7,039 8,450. Caiiromit..... 0reg0n....*.... -Total ..r.LM9,908 1,511,423 ' 231 Union majority, 43?,543 ffccceaary to choose, 110, Gen. McClellan on tbo Freedom of KlicttvUß and tne Habeas oorpas.. BnADQCAKTKca Ajimt op the Potom*,c, t Washington, October 29,1601 f General: There Is an apprehension among Union citizens in many parts of Maryland oi an attempt at interference with their rights ofsuflroge by disunion citizens, on the occa sion of toe election to take place oa*the 6th of November next.' In order to prevent tbls,.the Major General comm&ncing directs that jou send'detach ments of a'snfficient number of men to the different points In your vicinity where the elections are to be held, to protect VieHnion ritere, and to see that no disni.ionkts are allowed to Intimidate them, or In any way to interfere with their rights. Bn also desires you to arrest and hold in confinement tQI after the election all dlsun ionlts who ore known to have returned from Virginia recently, and who show themselves at the poll 0; to guard effectually against any invasion ef the peace and order of the election. For Ihe purpose of carrying out these instructions you are authorized to sus pend the TihUu corpus* General Stone has received similar instructions to these. You will plctse confer with him as to the partic ular pciD’B that'each shall take the control ot 1 em Sir, very respectfully; yourobU aerv’t, B D Maect, Chief of Staff. Major Gen. K. F. Banks, Comd’gDiv.,Jcc. A Baud Plight. —Gcb. McClellan, In his letter of acceptance, confesses that he Vcsnld not look in tliofacco ol hia gallant comrades” and tell them that “thplr labor® and the sacrifices of so many of our slain and wound ed hiethrcn had been in vain.” Now, the Chicago platform, on which he stand*, ex plicitly requires him to de precisely the thing that he save he cannot do. He must say, in the language ot his platform, that'“after four years' lighting the war is a failare, n -the blood of enr soldiers lost, the wounded, maimed in vain, the treasure wasted. He must say it to the soldiers; -he must say it to tbe people; he must say it to other nations, that the straggle Is a “failure;” that “jus tice, humanity, liberty, and .the public wel-, fare, demand thutdinmediate effort! he made for a cessation ol hostilities,” etc If he Ckii’t look the soldiers in the face and say these things, then Ire had better save his. conscience and decline his nomination, andl come out from among the aiders and abet tors ofr the rebellion. •. py Fernando 'Wood at the recent McClel lan meeting justified himself In voting for McClellan on the ground that when he said “war” her meant “peace” How nation hope to survive when ** Democratic honcetyj* •goes unrewarded? .FEfl.Yj iiGVPIV . Euthtißiis’io U/iioo Oouvention in Marion Ommty, ®pecclxci» of Col. Baxter, of Ar« hbn»at>« a«d Knliiim J*. Qajiiio. " jPrcm Our Special CoireeDondent] v Salem, Marlou Ca., Ll,, Sept, SO, ISM. Anus Convention of Union ‘'Republicans tmbtld on Mo&daj last* in Mari-n county, for tie purpose of nominating' county-ofiL'ers Id was largely attended, and ■waaanTofct enUmsUetic meeting After the nomination, and an unqualified endoreetuent of tbe BiUtimoreplalform »nd tea uohu-P'-ct, wltb an eqnufpKdgeof support to tbetTnion State tickt-t, the Convention was addressed by CoL Easier, of Arhanß»p f and by Son. Ibhtixi N. Uayrle, Brieadler General of vol* H&tears, and pr. Tlooely Colonel of toe 48th IJIIdWb Infantry, who has been recently re* Irteed from the honors of.fifteen months confinement in the Libby and. other South ern prisons. COLONEL BAXTEK. Colonel Baxter, of Arkansas, addressed the . convention by invitation. He epo&e eome wbat as follows: Were be in bl« wonted plnce, at. tbe bead of the Siee* Gairoi, in arfeansas. be sbohlil fed liko say* iouwith tbe Hetoodlet preacher, *• Charge them, boys: chargetbr-m end dnve toem from ihelaud ■’ But owlig to a combination of c rcomKa> cee, urer which be baa no control, be wae not.tbeie, end would therefore pl ch Iqto me scarcely lens noble flgbtol wuyine war on the Copperheads. . (.\p planfe.l He ?ai out opposed perM to the Soaih mi people; he troald be proud ultoem, were the; bciflebmglD an honcrahle cau->e. Tney were a blub toped people, bat had laden into error, ntv- Ing been ltd into rebellion ag'tlnst tse will of a zupjorli< of those who were in arms fegaiost the Stars and Stripes asainat toe will of a majority,of the Sout.em people. CAU6E 0J TUB WAB. It seeded not to dlecnda now the cause of the* reteliiob. Ii wav-onfflcitul t» know thtt it im perilled all that are t>uld dear It wa* uot noCrc* quoiilj and unt the South would no r . bare taseu up anna bad their conatlta loual rights bceu ee curtd.. The only e newer needed to >hla was tue statement ol Stcphene, of lieurrlt, who was one ol tbe most intellectual 01 the Southern leaden; Rionra not violated. The speaker contended tbac neither befot'e nor ilnruihu commencemcLt of the w*r had aar «f their coi-kUiQiiubal nchts been violated, tie was hone cot by ihe fact~*m Bta.ipg 1 hit me war waa fully blown ana the rebellion organized before Mr Lincoln came into power. He then recited toe .hat of rcrci acurcarlone made oel »re the 4ta of March, ibCl, as already pub'iahed in tbe Toibcjns,' Hence It coutd not bo t-sid that Mi. Lincoln tu'd anything to do with thecommeneemcntol the war; It under Dcmocritle rale. Bat tnere waaacacee tor.thc war; it was that arloiojfauc feeing Inberen'. iu the minds of men auu lowered by ttciustiititiOD of aiavery. (Applauae.) Plod* tap ifial the elaveboldiLg power was llteiy to loae tie atcencan>:y it had betctofoie eojoyed, the South determined to set up for itaelL hr expanelug tbe ine eemeut from ita midst. Wheu'la the. Sooth he had u*ued ncarocs, me alave-oldor* put* ted him; but when through misfortune he was ODliged to part who them, he Was lusuUed. Tnat hadbtentuetrncicehngintbe Sou*h; if a mm owned negroes he was respected—otherwise not. A FLU FOB £HAKCITATIOS. Mr. Liccols bad done all be coaid tor the country. Be cbalknsrtd rfnyoueto point oat a aiaile ua cumtinniobal aci of Lincoln, notwubiftandmtt ad that ux copj*crhecfila eula to; the coutrtry. Lin coln ought to tuive emaiicipated tb« slaws if ae had sut..di>se to, becauseln leaellinz the smre boldtre bad put Ihetnfdvcs oataide too pits oftno JboVprotmiuD,audit was Sir. Lincoln’s sworn duty lopnt down iboTebellloiv watch could not have been dose bad they been permitted to keep ai d use tluir kitties. Tbo Constitution of tbs Boiled S’utes manes 1* tbcv-doty eftauPresident toeniorcctbelaws, aid an !ustnii.eat wnlcb did not the that power was Tjodess. When Mr. Lincoln attempted to enforce tbo liws, by collect ing the revenue. they talu be should no it only after tb-.ir extermination. Hr. Lincoln deemed tbit he must suppress the rebellion; be notified tbereaeia a hundred days in advance, that unless iheydid lay down their arms, be would issue the proclama tion.' Tnoy w«>uia not lay down tberr arms, and tbe proclamation was l?-ucd, and bemaie a law of the land, and would be so contif.u d till annulled by tbe people or secured tobenneon kthutioral by Toe Supreme Court. There were no slaves now, except in those Slates which did no: rebel. Suordar. TUB HAUKiS COROTS. Mr. Lincoln was complained of for having eut* pended the habeat eorjnu writ, The Con»station provides that It shall not be expended except In cveeot invasion or rebellion. £c. The Comma tiou actually enjoin* itt suspension under such nrcnnuiau-cb aa wc bate been pluceu iu,-an<l if Lincoln baa cot suspended 1% he would have been s traitor to his vuw. WithanenaulinractofCdu greasne one-»ould have an objection tolta-uv ptnalon; he might aay that he had no objectian to a rtbe);iou,pronded it were dune tx a CunatUa- Uonalway. [cheer*.] Ltnco'n was backed no by an act of Congress, aud ibns the last prop ot tac*e grumbler* was knocked from onderthem. Bat they knew that Vallandlgbam might want to ray some* tblse, and Howard, the forger, to write somethin? which would aitfThe they did not want them to be airesttd. Did ttfty-know the definition of the term 4 Copperhead JV It was a thing in toe tbnpe ot a man, who wa- a rebel at heart, bat did sot dare Jo fight with the rebel*. THE • COPPSEBEAP PZATFOBSt. The speaker then -directed in a masterly man ! ner the Copperhead platform enunciated afublca CO, showing that their declaration of future ad* I horeuceto the Union as “in the past** was scarce* fly btt;er than a declaration of seceai-lm, as their ! leasers, Calhoun ana bachaoan. had demonstrated. ; The first of these did ail in hi* power to over* 1 throw the Government, and the second smiled on , the effort* of traitors; In the future we may ex t pect them to attempt Us overtnrowaHn timet : patt, Utlesp— a? he hoped—tsey were swept from ! the face of the earth tTeff. Davis and Brecimridge : bad both oetn Democratic leaders, and the same ; might be said of Valliodigham, were itnot that he - 1* too small a man to he worthy ot notice. Uo -* Ckllan is feald to he a good Democrat, be who i when on the Peninsula attempted to surrender the ' army ir.to the biuos of Davis and Lee (he had that i from good Virginian author.ly.) and if McClellan s jiad the chance be wcnld try to do that again. Tot ; speaker here read the cele irated letter which de* ■ xiounced McClellan, written immediately after hU . retirement from the commuml of the army. He 1 considered ita ereit mbfonane to McClellan that be had enflerea himsell to be made a fool of oy the | Chicago Convention. TOT ELECTION. ' McClellan had ncyer gained a victory, and that : waa a pood omtn lor the present conieaU _More ' tear depending on the November election ttmn ! had hong on the fate of an; battle since the wtr ■ bevnn. He hoped they would bear tbit fact In : mind, and go in determined to beat the Copper* beads at home while their gallant brethren in , arms were whipping the rebels.- Jf Lincoln were de'eated by McOdlaa or any other mao, ho would nctgheihe crack of his Auger for this country ! afterwards- It was not that there migtyt not be equally good men, nor becadsc he was particular* ■ ]y an wcmlm of Sir. Lincoln, bat because the : rebels looked for hl« defeat as a sure prestige of 1 Tlciory to them. The nbtlsbad been foiled in . their hopes of foreign Intervention. and now all ! ttatreroaiiiedtoihemwaß the defeat of Lincoln. Jiff. Dsns would the'a stinte ot double shotted pais on the election of McClellan as aore.y as old Grant on the fall o! Atlanta. THE WAR StJST COXTIKCED. From among them had cone thousands of memo the army, and he baa been a good deal among Illinois 1 sons woo stood among me bravest of the brave. (Cheers.) He believed that If Mc- Clellan ehonld Older them to surrender they would not ebey lhacoraer. Those brave men expected, and be intended I hem to do their duty at obco. Better fight on, and flubt ever, than to gain such a peace as Seymour, Pendleton and Vail jndL'hatn woold bring abont. An armistice now would bn peace'on the basts of separation; the rebels had recently declared that they would not negotiate on .any other basis than that-of recognition. Were ■‘they prepared to -accept • that? .Won’d tbeyac knowkdie that the blood of our noble sons had been split in vaiuT Tills U was to consent to an armistice now; this it was to saShr the election of any other man than Abyaham'Lincoln. He hoped to hear that Salem and the surrounding country bad sent up a rousing majority for Lincoln at ttio comlng election. lie believed that Laypt—dark .cud benighted as it bad been, would do ha duty. CoL Baker retired amid loud cheers. GENERAL HATNIE. ' Xhe address of Brigadier General Ishim N. Haynle was listened to with marked inte rest. The address, in itself, was a powerful effort—logical, convincing, and loyal to~the core; Its effect on the Convention was in creased by the fact that theyliad aIL known him sb a life-long Democrat. He had been brought up zniong them, and bad always Toteu and acted with the Democratic party, being a Douglas Elector, in 1800. fur that dis trict. Hut when tie war broke ont he'saw, with Douclae, that there was a now division of party affUUuoQS instituted; that bat two claeees cf men could henceforth exist tliltha war should close. - Ho was one of the first in Southern IHldols to take the ffddj his previ ous military experience aa Lieutenant, in the Mexican war, enabling hitn to.occupy the position ol CcloueL He was with Grant when the gallant “D. S.” left Cairo; and was afterwards engaged in the battles of Fort Henry, Donelson and Shiloh, being severely wounded in *the last-named battle. He was promoted to aßrig&dierrGcncralshlp in the f ail ol 1862. He bus recently settled ut Cat-' ro, where he is now ennoged- in the practice of law. * He said:' ... N * BXjnstiscrKcts. .. 5,461 ."3 He ms clad of tie opoorlunity to mat© bis first address nnce the positions, platforms ana canfll dftUe of the two parties bad Dean formally pat be* fore the people, in his old home, where oe hid been known from boyhood, and where all would pive him credit for the expression of bh honest convictions. When be list addressed ;bera,: he was organizing the regiment which be subsequent- * ly led forth to the field. That was In 18*1, and he toldtbem then that he had collated in tbe cause of hl& country, and that he believed It was con-{{ra tional and right mine Government to prosecute a war lor the maintaicnncc of that Union which the Executive was bound by the oath of office to pre serve. Since that day he had never seen canee to change hie views. Store than three years of fierce, relentless, cruel war had deiuged the country with blood and desolated thousands of homes, bat those who BEBtrteff that nothing bad ceen gained in the contest were wilfully mistaken When the spencer commenced the organization of hie regiment Grant tod but just reached Cairo. Tbe rebels could -bo seen from his own window, coming up the river, displaying their flaunting col ors, and menacing the Siaio of Illinois -Itee.t He felt then that it was the duty of every American citizen, no matter what ids previous preferences, to - bleed by the old Union and the Constitution. More: he believed that every man womd array himself on the one side or the other. He adopted In its lullest extent the langnme of. Judge Doug las, that there cou'd be In t-ii? contest bat two parties—patriots and traitors. Hid tbe condition of things changed dice then r j No.] Yea, In some respects; in others, not lie proposed to Bpnik to them of the aspect of affiurs as they stand to-day. He'appealed to every man to assert thi right to think for himself,tmtrammeled oy the dog mas of party discipline, anti unmindful of the lash oMbe partv whip, and determined to think and act for himself-as if the fate of tbe Republic Itself depended upon hie own individual stand and exer tions. (Cheers.] The welfare of the individual was nothing compared to that otlhe nation. Any man might go down and people would still live and enjoy themselves, marry aud be given in mar riage, tbe same precisely as though he hai not fallen. Let every one dare to think and act for himself; if he did there were (ew*but woa’d dare* to do right. There are - but two' partles in this comtrr, When Douglas nude that distinction oi osrtiei to > wClch he had already referred, all tines who arso- t anted with the speaker.sympathize l with Doug- ; l#i and admitted that the distinction was a proper ; one. The same was true to-day; it was suscepti- I fcle of demonstration. 1 Inl96oihey had a Presidential elertloT*. .They j all knew that the speaker cad never vote i for L t-, coin or supported was not the man of . hi*, choice: iu fact, he old his 'unnost to defeat ! him. But providence and the will of the people ; bad decided in favor cl Mr. Lincoln. Ana what ’ was then his duty? Whit did bis old Democratic f#uh teach him ? Did they ever,' previous to the commencement 'of this w«r, bear any Democrat ; advocate the violation of the laws of ma country ? ; • Never. ’Be had always understood It to he a cm- » dinal poh't in the Democratic Taith that the laws mustbe obeyed and the Government enstalned; ! Tialationof law was not a Democratic The contests of ISOS and 1860 were understood to 4 BUT TWO PARTIES. pimply a* to which party was - the bust Unun party, x’Dey might carry iha hl-u»ry bick foar ytaiß fur'hcr, and tba iuaiß dlffercac* was the ore o»>ertflhle. Tht-o Immediately after lh« eleo pon of Mr. Lmcon. though opposed to him. the tix-itkt-r fe»t it to be his du«y ■* » Dom-icmt* stand by otm, {(JDetrr.i That was con^tlttrionaf. The eocaker loved to hare a copy of ihe Coaall tntipn by piio whe'i hevpoke; heiuit tba'-auit, it rtthd every right bupreieesud, and he loved to read its eflcrtd pace*, because be rasff It was fiaturd b* Warblnz«x>a. Jeffc-re m and other Hteh men wto’tuew wh*t they were'oolmr.. According u> »b*t rootlitailou Lincoln wa* tlecieo, and had ti ripht to be installed and bu-tamed as thaCalsf this Nation, *hd H *?* «**u oi)l> o» aiMboie who vottd for him, but of all thoae who voted against him, to>eu that thts.w»s d*ue. ilmliete w Bacertain party in theSoath wtichHiio that Lincoln should not be Freaidjnt au e United Staita.. □*.«• did they act 7. Tney did not a'lenipMo rbow that be was unqualified to bole the cfflre, that be Itau bren coLVtered of any bigacmne. No; butthevtoo* unarms; they «t --tcu-pifd rimf'ia the city of Waßbiiuttm Itself, wberetlVy bad a consulracy eo s'r-mg teat Mr Lincoln did not dare to enter the city publicly. : it is well mown no» that taeru »«a conspire? to Bbcvebii 00 Lincoln,* and tbst Jeff Davta auonid ormolu aadclvim mo place thus made vacmt ; u wa-lawful to aa-«r. this; General Jlctfeuan clm ttl aaiflte believed It. There u one party then -whlctu suneellt i? lor toe milo eoancd o| tula Lnlon, forth* righto! the speaker e President, of tbtir Pxcaldeh*, of the Pre=laeci of every Ameri can citizen, l *rule overtooe United dcates—over alloltbtin. The other p«t» b* battUog attuast the integrity of toe Federal Union. Old Dirty lines cannot now be maintained, for if treason could bo consecrated by toe act* of the Isadora ol the Democratic pvrty, then would treason he a Democratic mtaenre • bat he denied t?*t treason could ever be thus consecrated, and ho wan’d de* ny'fu though every Democrat ahoild arriy himself ol the side ol trea-on. A large portion ol tne ' Democratic piny id In opposition to the Govern ment; they oppose Mr. Lincoln: they desire to att the power of the Government dea*wyed. On whoso Blue axe they? iJeff. D»vi*Vl Hedidnot wieh to be oxiflereiood as sneaking of Ur. Lincoln as “the Government,” but be was the’Bepreaen-. isiive of the Government, and a* each, we, sll, owe him Berrice when be calls fur It In the nautu ol the Government. “Ah I" but say some, ‘‘you are no Democrat; In supporting Lincoln yon would des troy ibe Con-utuuon.” Not at alt. He. did‘not wieb to see it altered by so much as the dotting of an ior the rroi-sms ofaT; it was good enough ’ for him, Tbe Conantniloa was inaimafiieq ►ovea ty-flve yelrs a*o, and It ous made this great coun try one of the Greatest nations on Goo s green earth; having tried It thus for,'be was satisfied with it os it is. {.Cheers,] . TSCASOH'DSrZKED. , The speaker then read the third article «f the third section of the Coustlmdou, defining “cres tun” ana then asked who'dared deny chat there v ere traitor* in the nortaera men who, they did tot bear arms, yet gave a:d and commit to the enemy by oppo.tug the Uoveru mtut. Who wo*it, be wooiilask'them,-who w»s dou g all he could to m»u.tatu the Constuntiou of bia couniry, to streL-ctoen the armies of the Union, to support toe tcdlrrs in the field? Were they not patriot* ? And dm any oue ever hear of one ol three men being sireid to go to bed at night lest bu bhunid Du Sreesud. or tremole at the sight of a iTovott il-reh*l f He nefded no pistols to dofead Lis prtuona hotly from Governmental tjranuy; '1 e guts a* free ae air. It ia the wicked who “ii--!u wbeu no muti poreacth; the rUhteons are bold as a Hun.*' {Obctnug] The speaker believed tntt cimuv honest men were .finpperunz the Dumocrstic piadoxfu, but tbty could 'nut coueistmtly do It: to them be would appeal. Lei them ask themselves whither they are tendloc. to refleet on wnich aide ol this great qucaiioo they are arrived. Were they t-uppurclng the Administration io carrying out this gigantic war, begun by the people of the South,- or were they ingoing themsures aiool from it -and seeking to retard and annoy It in the effort to euppreaa this rebellion 7 The speaker would cot eay that' any nun who acted with toe Democratic party was a traitor at heart, and wished to see h a country destroyed: but bo * oalo assert that those who stood n?-m that pJatliTZB, were vVorkUg, knowlagly.or nacou-' Btionuiy, to carry ihls country over a precipice, which orce accompliabi d.we might hid'hiiea t» a common country. Wharwas th«lrp!itform7 He bad it with h’m, and would refer to It a moment Aa the gentleman who had preceded him had re raoitid, the first item m their platform wuh no goagu.us to what they would do; it left the indica tion of their mare course very nucerwiu. Let them look, th>-n, at the second section (the ono whirh fcclartd that “aftrr'ioar year* of raitare, T * Ac.) He would t«U them the history of that: it was the identical resolution adopted oa the 23d of Dectmt.r, ISU J. Some one bud said taut be, btm eeir, was going to support the nominee of the Chicago LoLventlon. Had General Gnat been nominates, ro w-nl t have eupnortud him, let him have i*€cu rno on whatever plitlorm they chose: for Grant was plattorm enough for him, Grant ; wub bis first choice, but soother man bed receive! tlie suffrage* of the Union party, and be should voto lor him. CTAHOB OI VATT-TTUT: EXAMINED. Tbe scccnd rerolatlon epubc of ” roar Tears fail ure/*' How nu'-h of failure had ihercTießu! V.T:en this war began, tt was at our very doors; they coun? stand on the soil of I‘llnols aul see the rebel preparations for war; the Mississippi wascloecd to our commerce; we were shatter, and the whole ot the Soutocm country tbs under control by the rebels. Vlrvlhta, clear to the verv borders of tbc capital was in p**sees!oa of the enemy, ana their armies confronted ours-at the very gstte of Washington. We were witbouc navy or arm*, and «e dm not know what the people were fiblng to do. Bat acting under tbe impulse of an honest heart, tbc man we find elevated to the Presidential coalr determined that the' Gov ertment should l>o preserved. lApp.suse.) Lin coln was honest,*mid be did what he did trom an honest' Impulse. Tbe breath of never dsred to stsert otherwise. Soon afterwards Grant. czmie to Cairo da November.) The spelter's Ttslment and others conerrgslcd there, and m FebruirytQey moveddoxntnoriver. He well re membered bow at that time be w*» In exceeding doobt whether they would have to etuid or ran, . but tbe ordrr came for them to move, and move \ they did, under tbe direction of that man wb->se - i»5Hja > wonb for ever stand emblazoned on the \ page of hlatory as most Uustrlons icheersj, tJ. d. i GnilV. [Great cbcenue.JThey moved down to the < month of the Cambemcd, and cunld ste ou the < bosks the rebel outposts and videttes, and were , frequent !y fired upon as they passed along to For: ; Henry; that was the first enzacement. Tneepeas- ; er then rapidly detailed tbc various successes which 1 had followed that movement in the West, analog : with the fill of Vicasbarg, which opened up tb* JtUtisilppl to oar commerce and navy, allowing It ! to co down tmvexfcd to tne sea, add asked If those , iplendld triumphs were the )ndden*s of four years 1 ot failure. Ana a few things had been done since . then. The rebels Lad scarcely been eaccesslol at Chittanootra or Knoxville, and although it was ; true, as Hood voraciously telegraphed, that Sher- ' man bad “retreated/ 1 tne retreat brought him Into, ■ Atlanta. L Prolonged cheer*.] And so we bid \ pone on, from post to po-t. taking Dhsacsalon of one place after another, till now the rebels are j cooped np In a little space of territory, the last man In tie field,tbe last dol'ar exhausted, their >npplles giving not. aid yet it has neon “ four years oi.i'aU nre.* 1 Failure, thooalTGencral Grant reoorts that they are oeaettlng at the Tate of a regiment per nay ; ‘“failure 1 ’ though they are driven out of At lanta and cooped up In Richmond. These gentlcmtn at Chicago look at tbe matter ' xncib a* Jeff. Davis does: be would characterise it as a failure, no doubt. (Laughter 1 They do not like It; the fact i«, nothing has sat&Qcd them, and one oi tie wettest blanket* that over full uucu them was the capture of Atlanta, aoout the time they met In convention to drclire the whole thing a failure. Rather cootraolciory, was il not f The assemblage seemed to him like a funeral train, winch be expected Ji wonJi prove to be. (Cheers.) 'Why, the story cf failure would be news iudeei! to tbc Illinois boys When ever had they failed! There was no such word written on their banners. The names of.Honelsuu and Shiloh and Vlck«barg and other places were Inscribed Ou their 11 tgs, and their memory would- he Immortal; bat with vbsm •there was no such word as “ laU,*’ and be was hvf Indued to believe that If tbc Illinois boys had been told to march down and take Richmond, U would have been done. .These men did not know Grant at well ns did the speaker. From the time he ttsrtcd down tbe river till now. b* hid not eu • tertaloed & solitary doubles to bu success, lie knew well that Grant would “ fight it out ou tbit lire,” no matter how long It took.- He will take Richmond, Just ns sore as Richmond Is la Vir ginia; . at<L Ehe speaker believed be would' take It before November, la which case who would doubt the election of Liu •coin-? (Who doable It anyhow?). .He lor tne di<? not. The di-structloa of our army utbo only thing tbafjwlil prevent Ir, for the only hope of those gentlemen is in tbe success of tbe rebel" cac ee; -be would not belt ng to a party whoic suc cess depended upon tbe rolo of bia country. If there was a man who still doubted what bo ought to do, let {him consider this well. He would ask bis audience which way tbe rebels would like us to vote. Did they rot think that Chose who in 1881 1 menaced us In Illinois, would rejoice at the elec tion of McC:eUau? it they did not feel like having gained a victory, be believed they would at least Pel that tfcclrcanr.c was strengthened. Is it not aiding the enemy t» tell the people it U Impossible to cm quur the South, that Ut& unconstitutional to.coerce a Stile, that ibis Is an unconstitutional war, though they know well that It Is waged lor the preservation of the Constitution and tbe laws, to ray that Lincoln la a despot and a traitor ? Let each one ask himself, consult bis own heart, judge by tbe light of bis own conscience, and 11 fie does not admit It to be legal treason, be will allow that the people who can do this are morally guilty. ITrne.l To those who thus'commit themselves be wfiuld say. “Tear the treason oat of your bean, and il It takes your heart with it, It is better,'far better, than tbe gloom-of treason against tout adopted country should rest tb«re.” All that baa been cone doting tbe last four years to restore the. Union is very far from belog an ujter failure; AB2HSTICB, On the contrary,' we can take those result© al ready achieved at* a baMs of calculation, and any ectjool-boy esc cypher oiithow lone it will Lake to Conquer the wholocnur-try; bat thials ja*t what the traltorskre afraid ol; they know that tue end la not far dittant, but do not want it on the basis of conquering the rebels. We can do it, acd wilt “do It,-'tCfccftre.]. Wo have ©hown onr abil.ty-to nut down tbit rebellion by force, nnd we will do it. Tbe‘rebels are driven to their last, resource#, they are noon their last legs, they are to day trem bling on the ver.'e of backrantcy, completely de moralized. Acd this Is a refiaod why “immsdiatc efforts «could be made fora cessation ot hostili ties,” and we are told that “Justice requires that immediate efforts be made.” Ac.- What do they mean! We can usually get. a man's ranrtves by analyzing bis words. “In order that a convention or tbe States may be Called, or other pe iceable,” £c. What is regain.-d to give effect to an armistice, inch at Is proposed f and who should meet to debate on tbe terms ot peace f * The South does not ask for a convention of the States, and it would ill become ns to go down on onr knees to tbe .eight millions of the Somh, and ask them for terms of peace. They have not asked. us. to give them'terms of peace upon tbe basis or Union, and axe wegoing-to give them peace on any other basis. Never. (No, nevcr.i But suppose a convention possible, and. desired, before It can.take place, the Legislature ol a’l tbe States must, by a two-thirds majority, acres to leanest tbe Government of tbe United Sates to call it, and yon cannot do that m less than twelve months. But perhaps they would violate the Con stitution by calling an unconstitutional conven tion. In that case we should have n promiscuous saeemblage of persona who would neither represent nor bind anybody. But suppose a convention were nailed in the Constitutional way, and another three months Were conshmed in electing delegates, and that Georgia, and. Carolina, and Alabama, &c , •should agree to send delegates, which admits of doubt, there would ho fifteen mouths of timefuse to ue, our armies would stand still, or be broken up and demoralized, with no active duties to engage tbelr attention. All this time yon standstill, and at tbe end of fiftcerfmontht they meet. Who womd you meat there as delegates from Carolina and Vlr cinia. Tennessee, Memphis and Georgia t -Who would they send? Such men as Toombs, and S Idfll. mi Wistall, tha men who hare arrayed themselves, against the Government, and-caused rivers of Mood to flow all over, this land Such men as theae.wonld come.moa who are' steeped'deeper ten thousand limes in treason, than Satan is in sin. and ask to be recog nized as •‘Southern Brethren.”. SZBUI.TB OF A CONJXEEKCE. ' For one], the speaker did not'want to meet each coilty wretches. And what kind of a result would follow a conference with jnch men needs not to he to d. AH this time they would be recruliinc their srmie«. yours men would bfe crowing up sad thelp, elck care J, their Branariea and other storehouses would bo JUled* and at the breaking up. of the convention tbey would be agate ready for war. There would be no more war; McClellan would the contest, and even If he were will tog, other nanone might become tolera ted It. the onition. These gentlemen may aa well attempt to breach the Convention to me :G! Sg’.gg 10-preach ChileUahlty to the Baylor: they tnow wtll they wonla fall to effect Reconciliation. There can hehotonecanee for r«onelllation mw-that is victorv Victory is almost aeon. We are beating- S'luon every Held, wo have them In the last corFcr, and .ion they will he in the tat ditch It woild °c madness to talt ot poses now, except as the ahtnowledied end and ntam.l of the war. AIiEH DISJJCOTKD. Gencml niyile then entenri[ npon 1. jUwectton nr thJTmecai of Don. W. J Allen, of Dltaou,. it- Svcred m the Honee Janniry ST, 1661, on the Presi dent’- Mcss.gc. Hi. revietr -JO* n ecithln- one, fnltv Rxhlbl uiE the errors and Ineonii.iencleß or* oflove to the Union and Constitution while allndetf-totheiy cxprosspd'nffcctlou fortheseld.ws, and effeni of protection to them on theh return, from the Add, tolklue as coolusly “ ftJu^e*l3?Te ito&y know that la their yery bents they halo tif-ry one who fnt«Jf ed bis band agalnaWeff- Da vi. und Ids tebemurdre. Tbeviewi of the peacf fftln* were weilexen plifito’in acnnvrrvsuun h«* bad rrcectly with one oi.ueifßt among »h»m. i*can-eone o' tee most borepi— n.K’S- O’Uvlvmy- it was a pnMic con vertsnon asd be bso a to rtfer to it: he asked Ue what they i»n p< se<i to do ia case <be ,d*Lttntit>b .boo.d f**U io asite cpi.narccoLStinc 't uc of the Un4oc, sno thsc p v «ce could roc he ee tuito on ihe laa;e o- tteLnloa. .Mr. O’Melveny replies, “I w«o d make pe-ire any wav,” Bo wt-eld sdotbstiietbug but O’ildyeni’a hootaiy, bid beaten him for the aomloaciou to Congress. roconr ron tub coumtict. The Bpesker.wißbeo it to be understood tbat be bad roc fonuht for Ur. Lincaln. Ue*bsd toughc for the Uaiitd State*, if erery inch of he badfininterevt, at least equal »o tbst of -fe£ Divls, 'sno he would netbesatUfiedto rest or *tup cue war while the poscecsiun oi one squire Uci of tor riiory was deputed by the rebel*. He hid not' been fitfMtri! to oepme the citizens of South !aro luu t.r their riabts, but i>> conserve the rights of tbr culzersof Illinois and other State—these nght. -gn^ranteed by tbHC<'nstUat , oo—ufe, liberty, are the onrenn or hsppiaesi. He dotbted vurv much, however, l( JtfL Davis had not iarfeited cf iho to right? toe last, aud be was of OHn on that the arch'nal'or b*d no rigot to pnreae bapplntss except at the end of a rope. Tie BUreker ihta reviewed th>- position taken bv Hon. V. K, Worrit*on, w.ho had boon a soldier, but losing., prouod wub the “Democratic” party on.thit ac count, turned back alter be bad put hia band to the plow. Be corrected a mirscatement o'Cot Morrl 8< n relative to the attack on Fort Donslerm; the •peaier commenced the brigade, comoo ed of lour K uloicnta, of which one was commanded by More rltoi; mat uen-leman had that but one piber regiment was cnr.sved with him. a hzrsKaim wan. The Colonel bed objeemd to tfao war for the .preservation of the war, when nothing but « purely deiprnalve wir waeadmi?tlhle to the defense of the Unions Bat dm be not snow fat an defroaive war mt-’h* be offeueively proeecuredf Thoagb prosecuted in tbeem-nVscoontry, 1c waa still a dsfeiisivu war. The real ground cf objection Is, cowaver, chat we .are Initr'eni g with the possession of t*3o neirro. We mav take ihe borse» ot the rebel*, their males, thdrnrti'iery, ommoLltlon and provisloo*, and no fault ia found ; but whenever we ta»e hold ot >4ut peculiar ept-ci, a of propr-rty—the nejro—which Juia always retn recognized by “Democrats” as pioptity, then we are pro-'ecatlng an offeaslve war,.wlnch we have coimbttodar accomum* to their own teaebtuus, the negro 1s just us much properly as Is u horeu, and if wn hava a right to touch one v e may take •be other. The negro con- Btitn<C9 the strength of the rebellion: wl hoot hinuhe rebels n*-ver coaid have fought ao tong; be has kept, up their agricultural resources. Wo m*iy take their moles andborssa Irom them ta work . our ennp, and no objection, la relsed; • - mt ths mo ment we tute a negro and. put him at thh other eno of the sun, utvy-raiefe ao outcry.* What do they meat- ? Uow much consistency have these met, who have always proposed to consider toe two a» equally property aW equally subject to all the laws which govern-its transfer. D wo coold make teamsters and cooks of the tegroes, tbi-Bp**aker w»* in favor of doing It. Tbtrewaa other work to he done in camp, which wood, otter a tse require the derail of white vol cii ra&vaitßo ranks: the negroes relieved them soviet them flgbL Data Is a violation of the coueti*n>iriEsl fleets of the rebels pa take the ne gro and put him into the ranks at once. Tne epaak »r coold n. t “*cmj K” iu that light. {Lunghter.J So far at thin rudteal idea was concerned, he was radical.. He wncted to preserve this country; ific were necessary to rto every negr.\ he would sey “tree them all.” If irwero tecesairy to force eve >y negro into the army, he would say “force them Iv.” He old not cat how It must be done; that is altiizethvr let to the discretion of the oarty itt power at Wasbiuzton; we wane them to a ave this coantiy, and he intended rim th>*y should aivu it, eo taraa the ppeater’e feeblo abilities were con cernt dr-and if wo can weaken tneresoarceaui tbe reltl* acd btreui-ti t-n oar own uj employing the negroes Id any way, be woiiid say *‘m God’anams leinsdol*.”' THE CANDIDATES. McClellan intends either to deceive his peace friends who nominated him ix. Chicago, or the war democracy who voted fur him. lie cianot f:ea*ebotli; tne two are diametrically opposed. I they »h*>ttld vote for McClelun, ou the idea th« be is a war min, th«*y will oe the mjn who ziomhia cd him will be cheated. Bat it was not diClcult to teii which would bo the oms to b-r hoodwinked. Tbomen wno nominated him—the pence men— would . not be oeteived—taey knew what they were doing. The war democracy were theottratobeacettved It they voted for him; the war man is bat tne barrel thrown oat tonegnile the whole. Tney propose to eiecc him by theauf fraaes of the war democruw, and then they will snap tt elr fingers. Srymour, Wood. «fca, will in sist on carrying out that platform, sod the war democrats'nay just whistle. Woal of their other candidates? . There is George □. Pcodlctoh, another George;*wheu w*a he ever'ln favor of war? (leWdßpnr oil as u balance to the other. G. B. the heaa, and G. 11. the tail. The Lord preserve him from'all race, war-democrats. The. man who would accept position ou buchr a platfutm as the peace democracy had constructed, woe en. tub (or him. There wis still another G»orce—Pnch: he was n lone tltno ago cbar»c->rized as a W«r Democrat, but was a nther sorry kind of m o no *. The speaker called him Georue the first; Pendleton, George the second; end McClellan, Grotse the third. He wasremiuded ol the old couplet, written o> Linder: ' "fecergetae FL’it, a Roman vile: Vmi,Qtorce ihttboeraa; ■ Bat wLatmortfelovertiaanr' Any gvCdulGtoige vbs mud?” Atd he might add: adu when at Cfalengobe disc»nied Fcr |JOC, ihertcuot George* ettiqi. If the Chicago platlorm did not end the rjee ot- Georg co he did nut ktow what would Tuko now ticket Jameo C*Kobinson: wbea was he ever in iavor el toe war! Never, that the speaker had heard of. Robinson was'honest enough to tell hie correct sentiments, (or some -thing like them,) anu if asked, “Do yon believe the- Union ol there Scutes-can be preserved by war?' the.speaker relieved he Woufa answer “No/’ If RuOloronhad been nomtuatedintlme of p«ace be would perhaps have voted for bln; but in time of wbr he was-not tne man to be trusted with tbe destinies of tfie peopie of Illi nois. He wonld net vote for his own father If that father believed that this Union could not be preserved by war, for It •Is . tbe oulv way to preserve it. . iCheera.) Rob inson believes that war is iocflecca»l to restore peace; now, iu time of war, the great State ot Illinois has got to fill ber quota, we have to re inforce Grant and Sherman, sed enable them to suppress the armies in tue field against them. Woula Robinson be a safe man for the place when 'acaliwas made; won.d ho do ar Oorern«r Tates baa cone, rcuaenp tbe entonstasmoi tbe peop'e so that they sent forward their legions into the field more rapiuly even tuan was a*ked for, and py tbc nubie deeds ol her heroes bus given to the State an nndying record ot patnoDsm; shedding around ber name a ha o ol glory thin any achievements of peacclol And, who- had the Union men placed at their bead? They bad Abraham Lincoln. (Bousing cheer*.i He expected, in November, to can hi* first vote for Llucolu for [Continued cheering.] It baa cost aba a great deal to come to that conclusion, for he loved even the orgonl** zatlon and ibe name of tbc old Democratic p»rly; it was hallowed by old associations, whom memo ries wete ousted.- Bat the first thing he was ever taughtia that party as a rallyin k *cry was “ ileia nies, not men, * ai-d when Tub old asaociat »s were straying away irem that good old priaclple K Ae lulctded to stick—oy it. The Democratic 1 p&tty bad always bUheno been lor Union. - He was with them for Union, bat when they iaopt»*d eotne other w-nee, when they aaopt men, andtg-, r ore mea&nres, t&c .speaker would not go with, them, for be Intended to support moieures and abandon men. Never before iu the history of tbe cointryhad the Democratic party in time of war attempttdto cqiposcit; no, the party hallway* .resolved to stand bv the Government in its efforts lo crush out war: el wavs till the last Convention it bad* been tbe'war party, fiat it was said tbit . there was a wide difference between a foreign war and a domestic feud Yet: there was, bat the dli ferenesjs that other nations have gone to war with ns for what they believed to bo their rights, but with no desire to bnmlliatene further than w t* needed to establish their own claims, fiat the rebels were seeking to destroy the nboid fabric 4? tbc Qovernment, nproottrs lonadstlons, tnmplo our Bag In the dirt, imdma'ae nsabyo-word among tbe nation?. Could any one dunbt’an to which bad.tbepjealcftcicim on bis syopathiei, his ac tive aid? 11 the one demanded a blow, thooier surely called imperatively for t:oemployment of alt our energies to strike down tbe font thing which threatens complete dei-irucnon. - General Hayule continued at length; dlicuasiog the claims of the ot «er Uutoc candidates, ’•penally eulogizing gallant Dick Ocesby. He then re'erred tu his course a? having caused bltmhi be read out of the Democratic party, fiat be wos in good company, finch men as Grant, Oglesby, Lozan, Butler, aberman and others had ail been read aac of the party by tbe hotoeads who bad gained con trol over It, aud soon there would not be a man left in Us ranks who was good for anything. He , concluded With an eloquent appeal to tbe public to do their duty in the present and coming < contest. Alexander county intended to relecm b«rscl& In stead of giving 16,000 majority for the Democratic nominee, be be ievcd ehe would make itaamauy hundreds (or Lincoln acd Oglesby. Marion coun ty should do her duty. The'whole Stale, the whole Northwest, would make the Southern rebels tremble while Union men wonld rejoice. Tiltat Does thls-OIoait? [From the Springfield Journal, Sept. 31.] . A handbill ia before ns, of w&ch the fol. lowirgls ft copy: Peoclamation— No Beast zn Ad Asia Couktt —ln -riew ol the impending public calamity, tho approaching draft, which must inevltibly rob our commnnltv of some of its most valuable citizen*— ’thebenefit, lndUßtrloae, e toiliog poor, who arena* able to pay for substitutes, the undersigned, May. or of the city of Quincy, hereby calls uoon the pecple te assemble at the Court House, on Mondjy evening, Sept. 10th,- to adopt such lawful measures as.may ecem to them most advisable to arrest the said calamity. *>, • There will be a meeting of the City Coun cil on Monday morning,* at 10 o’clock, to take ac tion in tbe premises; - Thomas BcDuojnvilayor. Qkeict, Sept. 17,1864. • • Thomas Redmond,-whoso name Is ap pended to the above-precious 'document, is the Copperhead Mayor of the city of Qaincf, la this State. What bo means by assuming to state by a strong implication that there will be u no draft In’Adams county,” will perhaps not appear distinctly until he has more clearly ccveloped Lis plaz£. His pre tended “proclamation,V however, has the appearance of a demegogalc appeal to the partisan opponents of all measures which the Government may adopt to snppress'the rebellion, not unaccompanied by a threat to resist the draft. . ✓ . - V The aggregate deCcita of. Adams county, on tfce let of September, were I,lo3—every sub district In the county being in arrears;. U May or Redmond, and each as lie, bad only , encouraged volunteering In the past t’o avert the great “public calamity” of secession,, it is probable'that he would be compelled to resort to appeals bordering closely on en couraging forcible resistance to' the draft to avert a “calamity of far inferior magnitude? Has Mayor Reamond ever been found In* • velglilng against tbe “ calamity” et seces sion, or culling public meetings to take* measures to suppress it? Has he'everinned a proclamation condemning, (even by impli cation, os he here condemns a measure of toe Government, for the suppression of treason) the outrages, th'o “pnolic" calamities,”, in dicted upon tbe country by traitors 3- Has he ever manifested an equal jntcreat In tue. protection of the loyal men End women of the South from the “calamities.” the rob beries, the imprisonment, sad the hangings ' from which they have eoffered at the hinds of the rebels? What he means by “lawful measures” “to arrest the said calamities.” while appealing to the lowest party preju dices, will probably appear from his rnturo action. - . Tbe'Freeman’r Journal on IffeClallan The Freeman?s Journal is the most influen tlal Roman Catholic paper In this country. It condemns McClellan in these words: “We avoid all lone articles We close here for this week. ‘McClellan on his Re cord*—-we argue not, wo* denounce, and we resist T l On bis record he Is more dangerous, to the* liberties ol the country* than. Lincoln isi We spurn bis record! We flout his record! He la no Democrat! He has re jected the nomination of Chicago, because die has rejected the conditions on which it was issued.* If he is ad honorable and a truthful man, he must withdraw his accept* aace of a nomination that he ioaih'i to sepa rate from its conditional- On Ms programme we tnow he-cannot carry two States of al the late Union Onronly hope now Is la ticket apptaling to the sentiment ol peace. Co (gantrarmis. PUKC/fJ ASl’-tr OOJI - i f »o»s!»ciau,. EvAjaviLL*, U n.,vept.Mta # «iji. CEaLED FttOFOSALS, In dU#L«* f? outU-JiLoa pfi|o*y. ih» Sla o-v ofi*«t***»r, iy6»,forma.itilaiih' ttabstjrensn Deo* to»t wu* fc.nr ch«ut>a. d vl O/iead .»ts-ef ti a hoof He i *Hvtx»‘of :B« C*t le to t^'v.r»i»c« ♦; - T y* vlKe. Itd'.ic Cammanci in t:B d*vs tram -axusia oi tie roitfwcv »ao o a : cia r*ts '•* ?■*' womafODtr week tin »kae<i.va«t . Toe G»tu-. to hd w2 »:eJooti«9C Jss. ai,a i'e-nsi the arc** * tight to id, at, *a>ca .hall o« ta. pnicaa* sg we'-sn; • The *ve»»*e w- »ht o’ tb* a ts oe at isms el»>v»a tni fi»sd cued) p utoaersts aid»oaumi>w licmv.dwtlgbtik lot* tnaa ca. thonscao t> noiuiik. . . a »ipd 'usp open wlb be male at etch ( elivery hr such Lctio.k as toe may direst _ lioli .s »|t. cowsasu Htiier. win o< ? oe rscattea. The bi4? ailoee ter e * wiopjaau for .ura'to lit Be.l •‘«t ie."%;-dwn! he directed tu the oader ■iip an it Bramvii.r, Uciana w _ jfach pc. son. and in ea-eof* firm every msmber w tie firm, Lfftru s a hid, must bud ba name to the lamelsinM. B&d«cr<mpuir UDj an oata ot allegl* BScev toe Eatlo.ai Tttr_u.e L ' . loaeditcato t aabiVß u is required that each bioa»rheprticnt*ur»epona ioani ric, »aa os pto pixeo tek-t» o.cdwrn fool wis fafflciant s.eun* •lee. for ite.bithinipe-'oiiKSccv of kseeintzaci. BatL rid. to bccu-6 con-Uer»*lot, unit ie v:c->b BkLiea by a wim-c gna au ee of .wo rddpoa.ikie M“?.' : coiatT a —*UT« ot —. do Vi l 4Vv™v : ’ itelr) .roßCH'len, -truce accept'd h«. (or ibe») »r. *toaca enter mio acopxiast n ac-nrOanee char' wttu -ud weave *pai.d io hi* (or re r) seca-iries, *moc ki cs ana tulbcieac do. ** for it* foluimnQi TBantp- nsio n-y of the an*f*n;'Taoiu»tbi«h3wn bv ihstflloai C-H Oca eoi tae dinJtof t e oece t Di»«ilv; Ctnrt o oi tbs U-.lwl.SUm* Dlitnct et torn»». ,obe *nci :*eo •uuthe ‘ 11 wiU be mad*? to certiflcMei or ladobtsd nets, v • _ Foruor *ro:- I dc hereby Propcaet * m il h ihe Sabsistence De ckrimeut With ihcajatd (-) aeaaaf B.ef C*»Ue cn-ae bocf lu strict wuhth«» c -udicoai or the (ncosec auvcrdio- eut- w 5® °*bv*red at Evatiavide. Udibaa, for the sum of per one boa "djMi ftwaLai number than four Uiouamd («M) wUI be •n-.etiaued, ?• K BOFKI^S. Hll-1321-6t * Cept ahAC.tl U.B.A, 110 CONiRACJORS AffliaiJllT QTTAATnBIUSTkB'sOrVICI,? - Ul M 3spt 21, 8»l Sealed P.cp:s»lsuianpiiea ea-e iavi'ed*adwlu beieceve*. oy rae und«r.l(taed, at hU o*ca in Ca/p Douglas. Ill«nut 112 <l. FKiDAT, thoSOta dij or S- pt< nibex. for fvraiahing ui.uer coa J set: Cast Don Pipes, &c . reoairea for rearrsnremsat cf ** er n*aaa Dcurt-8 111 ,ofta* lOflOW u.vlsszu.boie endtbtccn'Biol OsaVD:i viz: _ i:fis ieet-6inch rere Car-inz,Kmchtnici, . Si 4 “ X “ 1 —6inchTcoßßectl.n« idrfttucb nips. 5 —e “ Baedr, Sitlonc, male ana isnile Joint* 3 -6 Tconaectlcaa. with 3 inch branch. . 2 - —3 “ Flog* •• • V a ’ —« •- H»r.vei, \ t FnePluta 8 i-ch out*t. • 2 —3'mcU VCOi-LCCfOBJ, ' 2 —3 *• aw'*. " To oe cs»tlnl»ueVO*«.f irfeete*ch,witb mala and ffs.alß Jui.ts/to hcot ta* bcbtqaiutv ot caserne and vsur Debt. Mob’cct to a caram- Infp-.cM mVi do ( t'-edhy me * incago Cl y Water at the rjpcnie of th- coicictor, acd t. st'iia.t ie gr.me p-tnu'emrequ'redof p uvsofa tel»Uve s.ze new it. one b. tbo c>»j of r.cisago, yobecpi.vms- wnhm t-BbtvSayvfr , ‘m tbs date otcoLtr»*-f,*tria.pD ur!»a, Ili,,froßofcn*rre - tncuiifui riod.is will oe rreworcdto enter mfo wnit n c.'clr*c«. wi ti »oo'i ana fatfio.eat*e.n:ity t licpii-dia ely f»the Rccao'auce of‘heir bio*. Each blc icmtosinlaef-Ilovt gform: lie «u:i!Cri»-»r- btne’-y pro >o*9 to fainhh and de liver v» the Ur-iteu ■Spates at the Qa*-T<*ma«t«*j litparene&s at Oaitin Do'.cl-a, ri.-agreab y to tao terms ot jour adveMsem-nt m*via/ p-oaoiais for ern-y iupoi*i. Cited ts*piem3«r tC;h, IS if, tne foi* lowug.arnciea.Ttz: .... -——it—— c«ti oarpoan*, end ptelgenu'- Belvea'otnmlatoawritren contract withtitvUa! reoata*ei. with gooi appnivua eecattuea. wnibn t*e ■ .•ace of five d*;s alter b.tat nonfiod tlu: tuobid taioeea acceded F- BM OP GUBHANTF.'. We. tae orduiumw, testdeasi cf .la the cenz-ty ti - . Eta t of _ . nfreDjJjint’yan! cevrs*Uy rev-raar wlth-‘bfTJnrt»dSmte*,iutprr arUett cat- »hr ntdoi be accept*'), that beer therein *-i*bio U7*oa*» after ike «:eep taare*of the tila old exernt-s tbe etatree: fur Che came with rood aid snfllci'B*. turs iei, la * aus eqo*) to oue-tbud o* the amount, o.' the ■•; tract, %o {•.xfoim me work o ftuaiia i’aic'ei D'Opoi»d r. (xzicixniry to the t?/YA of a*ve.'::getseuL ci;;d —— ,imo«r whi'.htbe old w*i m»i*. Acd m cos* s»l*i SbalijMi tewjTtr into a coa- Tract a* at* revtlr, w* gn-r«ntee to crakA geod fan I'lfierexcftabei.Mep.eibe off th- '-toe s*id —-and tbete*tlo*eu lespondba bi(?rt-?r,or ihe»s:souto Whemthecortraet mav e*a»ai<ed Given und sour Binds am. stela, ( rsun.l , tbu—oiycf> # WI. J [urn 1^ The ,un< tr»i«*d reGtvet the right to rtjcci anv or a’l bids iv« a»mee uui»s«cnsrte. ■ Bcb wtU ts rntcrtsm*) lor Us entire quantity re q tree to fotbler e- only- w _ Psytoscli ■»!!! bem»u*-av such times acdlsaach fcnoiastneybec.rcvt.ei* hj>bo De -ajiasit. • Proposals i mtb- eedno'd w Pro>;-al* ferevt lie* f.„. w«*pr W r»j;'*Ma *Bare»s«d to CUAULEJ GOOEM&N. A.Q M. t at Csm> Douglu, Illinois. Ai y Tur’kvrliformaUon desired■ wlTbt •If’jT.sn •pp'lc^tO* 1 lo CEIkttLKS QOOiJaAN, • seU-iKMW ' _ / cspt.ana a, (j M. Ac'TIStANT " Q tfAßTSßilAS teb's OFFICE. . .• • * Rock Island, HI- Sept. 17,IKL SEALED PKOPOSoLS la coplioati are tarl'wd, ton wiilec receiver by iheundwsigsedat hi* etSse, In Itocsisler'd, II!.. o' til Fftll'AT-12 a. 53 Ji day « 6 p em' trTl£;<. lor ftum-hior. u»i« evatroo?, «ne T*d'loci*nc t>n>»e:a Uuomiuvui real,?* so So ltvreeatetwe»nib« Irt and 3i*t Oetesir, >Bwt;sal forthe months of Stveoioer and f)«c?ao*r, and Jatusry andTtbra»»T. iS&.torty thaaiaa* sash* eb per month, nnires cthcrwtte o*ccr«d hv the Qatr— tertu»nerO*n!'ral,or other proper aa'hentv.tv be delivered at Boca isl*nu Barracks, Uiias e, or ea tie GoTfirment-switcb, coaitrncted on; he islamd, free ot choree • lUoewL'lPeentcr<a!nedfor the quantity required sepsrattlj.oi forthe quantity required cash aeath. bocrettfu' bid* ers wtT he prepared t* eater »ato written cmtrects, with good an- antfcirat licortty, lirmedia'elro*, thtaec«pt«c:s sftselr.stdi. Each bid oust belt* m* foTowta* form: The sob scnberßhrrebyprcpeae td furnish saa delivert» tbs United Buret a; iheQoirtcrmaiWi Dre»t at ICeec lilnnd.llla, asrfeabiy to tbs terms of your, advor* tlrrraMtinvlticc prnp.'gali t*-’aro»y snpaUei,d*t©d S?pt 17tb, V«,ih* fohowise articles, vUz ■ pleocc Uriico Stater, wi'b eood ah'* apsrorea ►econilt*, witttc the tpec* of five days after being notified that the bid has ce*n uw pORM OF GUARANTY. We, the unacroignad, leiideats of la the County ot eraiiy cov. Nat with the Umtea dta' •>, one euv antes lecsseih* foretottjr aid sf—— ha accepted, that be rr" they will whin d*ys after the ac* ceptasce el the said ht«, execut»th« contract for t«e aamewitb coed aod tuDlctaatmte tea.tua*om«qa»l t« ore-thtrs af the *hsxoa«rac*, to perform the work at fnrpj»btheanle)e»ptopoieiJaC3nf*rmtiy to the ts»m» of advertisement dated the - l*M, uu* der whtefi ■he tid p*b m«de: and m case said —— »h ill f it to etier ilVo rot tract as storessli. we jruar*etee ie make wood the d'fferesce teiwena theeffer ov the mid . . , t.enextl?.weat responilblobld* der.crthe person to whom the contract maybe ’under my hand and seal thli, d*y C f -.,1804. fseit] Ihe underalgncfl rese» ves iberlght to rsjcct any or allhldi,if deimed uoresaonabie. Bide •will been* ter amed for the entire qcontity rcquirsd, or se;a- will be m*de upon the comphtPn of each contract, if made monthly, aed e»tue quantity de 'llverm in lochiauJß at may beprovlfcd by thsDe* P Prcpowls must be endowed “ Proposals for Coal,” "and aflcrcstca to Cspt. B. F. Reno, A. Q. at itoclc infoimatlon desired, will be clvan, on appUcitluo to \ B, r« RENO, VepU9-in7Jlt • _ Capt. AA-A. Q. hi. •PROPOSALS FOR 6E vV- Jl 'PHAGE Bondi, f D9.CW) Water Bears and $15,050 bbortHuLlcipa' fiondi of ve ony of Chieacn. Cm Cctn-rsoxani’s Ovxics, ? Cniciuo, SooLlitn.iSW.t. BXSXFO FBO7OB4LS will Saitcsived at this office •3uut Mc-noa*, deptomber :6*h. at 12 o’clock il., when the ia» ewill ne public? open-.d for se whole or ass part ot Fifty Thousand »ellars ($10,000) of 3ew essae aonca ct the denomipanoa of one ,tbens«ad collars each.date® July lav, ttSl, aau p*?»b einNaw Sork twen:y*iour years arw tnetroate, wuh joapcai (orlateießtatthe rate e( aavea (7) per ce«c. per aa nnm, pajab.e »e*i aflTua ly in Ne a York. Asmkins lunu U pro? Wee foe heur rscsmptloa , _ Also, tortae wbcl« tr *ny put ef Nin<*ty-Ei*kt Thoosaso Cellars (*SißJ.ta> cl fla'tr Uqods ot oue tb .nsaiddsUara e*ci, payableiu New s erk Jati itt, JbHS wlthCC-uo*»J f*natw?s:ft tas ratesfcevsß (7> per c»st per annam, payable For theee besoa tselaitb of teclcyli plC'l*ra.aadtMv ton lenulied dv taw tr ne-:?»svr>. ihe v»vr recta are aiai rpseiaily apemproced. whuh t*n year yields* a turpiusof sgsm«9i , o a t&r paying interest onthewaierosßt. and ares in incr«a»is«:. Abo.to. Fltieua tknn>an(lDelart^uMj3Uboii J s payable Otc. lte,)B<a,iti New ork, cl ta« aame da* semination atd tntsr**t eetm aanna'tv at fl«v*s (7)* . prreent. Aaaatsf fonataproTld‘dforthoredemp uonol U»e*o bensa also. The crep»»«la *ll. ipeu:fy »ht >iot an* amount ds ilr*d.a»d price bid par » ct.uo theteof. and me place Ot cel»v«r., woe»bar ChUe«o or hew York. Tha par lous »cc« otepoiMS ».e ac'Bp'cd w.d recilve lator vaiton cf the ease at tala offir*. *r at tbe-erllce of Kelftra. Doocaß. ehsrman A Col. New botk, as may be *e»trn*t»d tu tbfli Brop“»ai» whcr>* "hb? will b*re quired ts decoct wiuts five davs«r.er thece-Bing or tne ptepoiab the lams awards* to tnea usaso tivcly, who tt« precloTH* thereon, atd the Interest accrued from July lit to ih« Urns of dtaißiS of puy ■lent. Bobos wlh be delivered in Cn cisWaept.rttn, and in N»v Tara Septeirbar fifth, at the place afore tato to tue pt nice en«:tUd 'attem. Facb iropcial •••nl* be sea cd, and endorsed ■ “prspoula for City B:nda.” aid cduressedto the an iierstened, an -wa-ra the pardea are not known to -hiß- should contain references. , , - Tha Comptroller as oinal.xhtrleht to r»*. lectany or all the Olds. If thepuMloiatarcac* ahoold require it. • B * daTEc City Compiroller. TVanTII] a 'WTaSIC* saw ba'ilwa.v smucu uiAjcsauan?.—two ilroizh rrelnj Mtweet CLKTXIxAJID AHB H»W YOH2I Take* effect May 18.H84. _ _• __ MIBW I%ftS xasOUOH fcAfliZ. Cleveland at W*. *.* ana aa&p.-*? arrive Ltavutrtargh.... UJ» a.*. M Ktsv-zr. Meadyllleat. Isttf.*. “ boe*.*. «• Cony at - |*. SUS F. X. ‘ iV« 4. H, * Sew Yorkat- iiii .ltjttA-m. *• RirrußNiß9. W*vaS6wycrsau......Mj , 4.M. „ tttftr.L. Arrive Cleveland et..,,....5:ic a. a. _ Mo?.r ->3g.a.BOOEMJU».BCgUTItt«A^^I, PAA ARTILLERY HORSES QCAaTXBMASTra,> li«ri4S*POPts lad-Seot 7. f ONE EDNURKO ANn BIXT7-PIVB 1165) DOL LARS *fcch wlii he p\ldlcr all AUUlarj Haraeatbaf pua tnipectlon at toe Ucvernmens Stahl:*, la this city, anet u;-*»y. B*id Bcr*e* to be acand In all particular*, well* hrtken, initio flesh. irom fifteen ('5) toslztern (16) lance Llgli from five (S) tcmr « (0) jeaia old, ana web acapted in every wav for Aitlllerj porpoe&i. No fraies will be rrceived. Payment made to Certificate* of Infichteinssa for - itvca (7) Hor»« or mor*. _ B? order ol CcLJAUES A. EKIN, Chief Tint Di vision 6 M.G. Department C HAY, atl'-gfos-Uw . Capt. anAA.Q.M. ARTILJLDri&X HORSiSS ■WASTED. ' y> MKTiCT OitaiTZMLtmß’fl Oman ) *■• Cmofeo,L’i,cj«pt n, ijw { I wish to pnich’ir, la open mkfjret, ArtUlsrff* Boms. for which I «rltl pay SIC* in check on Waited Stales Treasury icrC.t'iflcaie# of imleotedoaiMcr an eochaswt-l pass Iciptctloa aj tnaU.B. Corral, C colors, sound In all particulars etrocr,- qulcs and active, well ursxrn and Biaar-j trotter# to harness, tn *>coa flesh and ctnfllnoa.rroai alx-C) to ttnOO) >ea*B ell. n.t ls»3ta»nJntceo and a balffleJO tends b»eh and each hone to wal*h not less than uahutoridaud fifty OOM; pounds. Payments will b* made lor lot* «f seventh erovar. Bt irderof JAB.JL. SKIS, Co’-in ck^rifiTitD. O.M O-O. J. M.BBAD9HAW, sell £B6-101 - CapCAAQ.M. riAVAUHT Hf RSES WANTED. XJ ieSISTih-I pyjjcjr.) . * Chicago TL, S«pL 14,1561. f I will cay tb* buti of »*53 io f heeke on Halted States Trcainry fo? CamfictUi ot laaebte fines*, for ail Borsestbat wiUoa»a inspection at U. &. C p7ym9nt» C vrU be made for lot* of elzh* orovar. • Bvcrderof . Jts. A. BKt't, 3 Col la charge of Ist Div. Q. M. O. 0. J. M. Bsadshaw. Capt.*[idA. Q.M. salUiSDt - . Doctor de bonwefond. from Paris, and Us daughter. rform respect* faily, the tentitrean and ladies of ‘'hicico.that ibey bare UeuTtmiUP to etTB terns Freacafmms- Tbs Taricna leamte? Mha Ds.Hoanson hwar.qnlrsJ, af»r raasicp eight years la the best schools of. Furls, udtlezeal she wtl. hr new id hsaroarantee 'or the nrrsocs who may layer I er with her pitroiszeand rcLf.jecce. Addrtae Past Office Box 4C17, or HU* teankeeasesneKo s*s. , urxtXßCsa. ' - Vr E’dlpenr, Vice Consol cf Prance. -illchlean stfet4;Dr Heirrotin.Vlce Oo: sal of Betjinm, North Wells sttcet; Mr wells, Bdl-oroftbc Commercial Express; Mr.Kcdia, Lake street. ie*is6i»9iis TyRA&»£mVXL iuJpHASffiS. so. ioimass. • She only manufacturers in toe Unitedhtatoe>of3r&»a Alphabets and Fleures.toaay greet extent or in.aaj variety. ScCd at wbsiesale at the Lowaa. Ctn ftucxß. aim, the BEST OF IMC, tbst ox3ay. dtsacll Dies and au smdj o» s i v? to ' t - « « to i,gsgaj*- HTHOMAS FOSTER, wholesale X and retail dealer la Breea Bay. St.CUlr asd Saeliaw lusher, Sblusles aca Lalo. Alia Stsk. Dears asd iioaraod Window frames, Breve street foot ef 6ev#ateeßtbitrvs ( .Ch]car« f Dl. b. B.*-Havtnr rnliroad trace In the yard, forihlsDiv* aurarpasied- DcstofficeSoztcH. aulS-p2E3-lai SPRUAKCEf PBS3TON & CO. C 5 -COitnilfiSlOJf OIEUCIIATfT#* Ho. 54 Lasall* iixaet, MetrcaeUtaa Black. Cblcsge. H;Bpauxsc», j 8L A. Hojcrras * Qo« J.W. Fnitor. 1 «o* is . L J.CLAwan*. > 80. CommatctaT street H. A.uo»-m, I *v. •I.B.FHROX. J* k3«83-ue - teusMUaiunna, 'TOIIHS'r SOAPS MABCFACTOttia BI J. G. HTJLIi’S SON, 39 Park Bair, I*ew Tork. INCLUDING KVABT STYLE Of flonry Soap Glycerin Soap, Windsor Soap Palm Soap, Upward et one hundred eryioe of Toila:8o«oe, tad fcr sale by mcst sealers In Cticaco. »□ .ptoSCt-M-wAy ■ JJuME M a-NCE-aXiTUiiiED FIRE WORKS. CUARLES MORRIS . Hu tempted Ere Worki.nanafistared v »y bunsilt to 149 South Water Street, WTUrr* be wilt o'epareo to ftm/sh toe -aouc with F EE *CKB« wt *hs iowejt ► aantoct'ry prlcea. Panlcmar aiieeiloh p«iti to . ettm. a? Flr« «o M In P-U io«iC».e r»tt bs Cieb*.conartucs.&:,io Uießett«oloif> Firei, tlmzi.oc. \ Alio. Aaent for KrcMU«:t A Brseca*s elebratefi C -Inis** i iNIE.nN3, f.ir tilamloa toot ana io*ch Ll*bt FtCMnmois. Com«9Jtt»fß, '.Jwaatry •«a:er», tad the public In ee&erat. r*w»ecsb*r I »*ll at the LORES’ KiODhKS. Pott OlQea Boz3 J7. ■sift alb 41 v maw u XTEW PaTKIOTIC MUSIC X* book. THE TETTHPET IT FEEEDOftL A,Collection of PaMonal a-a patriotic 3oass, Oasts Trio* to* comprising B&HTISO iOHG3 w “ca»p 3. N-l, cavalry songs maimii* q songs. Battle 30**3, VIC. >BY MONOS, IHWH df)tto3. Ac. 3*liC the belt ccPWlcn of War iosjm paduhsd for Uie fklnet- In lb* Field anitntlr rvnd.m home. Priced cent*. on •♦cunt ofwa-cD it will b»s*at post paid. So.Q cyoil su»le Dealer* ani Oj j'*elierA OCIVfiK DIT9ON & CO., >c?sslCWtnon Boec.n, ■KT3E US ULTRA EXTE VMO V JJv SaVEB MOUNTS!) *-OLDSR*. WiT-» COM POSITE GOLD PPN2, / BVR:‘SK «-Etl> PENCIL*. Ir caie* cj tao «<•£:« e«cb: toe cox>a arc finely to llbtd aid clef* lined, eot Nat St aa> ism re loJcrTin ut.tporti'.lon, Pr cei. udo as bs lcr<' be eif! t . The u«ldm are ol ten moat bnadaoma aai dorto’e - cotrtiaetloii: tie teanjly *IW© plated, with *a «x temucoi tii.Cv cn 1 qj. 611 »rf*eoffrared. cawd. cr tosne am tur b* auty are to* attrpsmd by toy •kfeexa. Oar pr-C"* fat >be hsUers t.« pea*, acid to d«zcst nx ly a*a ai lokow*: Fiz*oh»—^wh*D«-oed,sh' Jk-eedlalnn^.b; cl-«H forth* packet; S fatbrc laitctib. t*jte.per cozen Sia 2S; rauUi a' « eacb Piz* 100-•'he. rpec.S la^beau Irxstb; cloead for the pcc*et,r>4 inches m laactb. ftice per dozen 1)2/0; a alls at |3 -n«n. 6izs TBAMr.— -hfi» rrca. tccon* m doted for t’ e pocket mrbes ;n le. sib. Pries per •cztß * 9‘ 5; r«t«i aat ad an* apward*. ' Biz* yrrtrE.—'•’hen ep*.n, la mtfiea .la leadte ♦ dea d fonha pocke6.4u(UMla l-3*tb. Price per dtz e* • «; r-*al. at *Sasaop»*r-w. Siz« Fivf.—When o««B t tnrn j e cle««d t*rthep<H'k*t»<>ji»rbe< !nl»Dith. Pri<-eptrdozsa 153 50; rerslli»t« c *nd upwaiat. 6.VMFLES, ef van «?ozLn-l e»chf!zeofthe*BoT!, maktrr Utr oereM, >IOO. .-.etsll at ♦<*’/• _ THBBK F'irE3 metade Pena with t»en»l | ’w- Wl. u: BOTSEILTUEM«*.A-AriD-O»lfc-r Mo we receive craei* lor a lea* qaa*tlty ibaaens 4 p,«80d Hcl.'er* at atore price*.m any quantity, lf»t anawb'ie wltola tae Loaal 8 ate* *»y exo'eai, ’•HLWilJorccilce’,»onoa da tyery. addiffa u Dl»- Icyal B'»t*«nes tea-i cash in a»ra ce,As ex. real xill cot edit ctnom ia ;m- . . „ . ' _ . . t, « H. Mannfacturers, at1».*413 6t!» • lift Broadway, Now York. gEAD AND BEI’I.gCS. It as* teen iron tuna immemorial t&a object \ pbllantbroptota to flad aooe remedy lor the UU c iif», and jcientlflc b frill baa for aces explored ever ayerneio erder to discover r.be btddtaaccret It -l. bePßTtowyer. t?«arv<{! for modern ■oleacstob’ts. be'ore the world thr great dettroyer of dlsoir aad ia • HQOFCAND’S are concentrated all taoea virtaei whica tend ta pr* mote beaftby and vutoroailtie. Unlike tbs general)*.:' of Bitten, they are NOT ASF ALCOHOLIC U27 TUBS, bnt A FUSE Tome, CwayOMd «sUrt!j of Vegetable Snlßtcsr POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA ' 4M) DISHA3RS RESULTING FROM. Disorders of .the Liver ane Digestive Organs, AMD WSAJTKJTKD AND DBHILITATED 78A13? %ECOHK REMS WED WITH ALL TE3 VIGOR 07 HJTALTH, BT A *- TREE D3K OF THRU. that this Bitters is cot an alcoiiat "mUtura, a bar-room drink, or ja_ sabetthxte for r*r and cannot meidioul? Intrcdacalbe Tied of dnatn nisi Into year famlLia. Do joa vtnt loaetfilng to Tea 7 Do joa want t Good Appetite 1 Do jos w*at to Solid ao voor OnutltsUos I Doyos vut to JFeel Wolll Co jos watt to get rid of SerTOTuneas ? Co jea-w&nt Xnergj 1 Cojos wft&stoSlMp.Welll Co yon vast sißnsk aodVieaxosi JeAiag! _TfVO«de.aMBOOFLAIu)*s Bim?s * Oberrve the following symptom*, resulting irr> dlaoroata of the Directive organs: CODltlPh* -ion, Inward PUu«, raHnesi or blood to lbs and, Acidity of the Stcaaci; , Hearth ora, Dugnsfrfur Food, FnHQ«w or Weights ft« Stomach. See; , aruplationa, Slaking o» Flattering a: the Pit ' Cf the Stomach. Swimming of the Head. Hurr*Ce and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heirs, ChohlOg or Suffocating BaatattorilWAns. «n a jymtr—y tura. Dimneta of Tivloc, Dote or Webs before v't; StffCt, Ferer and dull pals Is the Head. Deficit. c? hi Perspiration, Yellswne»i of the Rxiu and Byes, Pain is the Side. B*ek, Cheat, Llmoa, *Cm Sudden Floshn of Heat, Homing ,tn the Flask. Cohetant Imaginings -• of Bril. and jjxoe? iworemlon of SpliUa, llttJt LON. THOMAS a. ycttSaJSfCSi J3OA VH£ HON. THOMAS B. F«01t TUB BOH. THOMAS B. FLORSMOiL WAsnfNOroa Js.n.ißt,2Sil, 6ETCLX2GIS; Sarlhß st»ttd It TcrbaltT to 301.. hare no hcaitalior In writing the fact that 1 errs rleiicnc matkad bese&t from your Hooaao«*t Gersi: Ourlns a loss and tedious session of lioa treaa, urseßag and onerous du-lts prostrate iae. A kind friend the cu of the prepare tt r n I hay*! named. I tos&J-Ia advice, sxd the rerC wan in»9To7eme’ , tc» hesUb, renewed energy, a->iJsif particular retie: l so much needed aca obtained Othan ms? be similarly advantared li they desire v at, Truly year frlcnu. - , THoSIAB.B.FIORKJICI FROhl THE HON. JACOB BHOOH. . PtntADULFIUA.OCt.'Ith.IS-J*. eii«c. produced by Havhand.'s German Bitters, in s fATiily. 1 hare bo sealtatlon in asylns tbht it has toe. hlthl/ Bcae3da'.. In one a ca«e of C thirteen years* staudlne, and which had become tct dutressbsi. the use nf one bottle gave decided redci the second a core, and 'the third, It steal has confirmed the cure, for there has been no sym x toms of Ua return for tha-laat six 3 ear a In my tact rtdual.ue ef it, I find UAo be an unequalled tba>« • and sincerely ißicnimend Its us* to the Truly years. JACOB BEOOM. W*t Sornce-Ck The following well hnowa rerereed-geuiiemoahaTi acknowledged in writing Ue nrc&t benefits they haY: received from the use of these Bttrerc. Sueh last? stony rouat certainly convince the moat Skeptical: v> v* Poster cf the Baptist Churck tSawdiJ 0 ” 1 '' 17 ° f , tts h ”“ ,Pv seemed; FMtcr of Twolm. B*ssu Church.FhHadaiplus. *■ Kev. Tfomaa winter. Pastor ef Bozboroogh-Baat‘«£ Hhureh.PenasTlvanla. riev. J.S. Herman, of thd Garmon Etformed Churak ITuirtown, Berks conntj.l'a. Krv. J. M Lyons, formerly Psstor of the Coltaabm K, MllestiresA-^P.,nantlstCburcbe*. Het. J.Nfwtea Editor el the Sney eicrcoia c'Keltglous Eaowtedge and ChristianChroa iciP, Fhiiadehshla. w . / Rev. J. B. Tomer, Pastor of nodding K, a. Churak Philadelphia. k«t. Joseph H. Zeonarfl, Pastor of the Tenth Bsi tl«* Church, Philadelphia. rujv. Warren Itancolyh, Pastor of Baptist Churct fortoerly Pastor of tboYlhCcntoyc and Millville, N. J.,Baotlst Churchwu - Lawrence W.Bates, Editor Methodist Pr:^’. ■ t: V^?co§d > *a^d l many jotbers to this list did yt~:v permit. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AHI> SIAKOFACTOUS' S3l Arch Street 3 JONES Sc. EVANS •* (EucMastrs to C. M. JACKSOH A COJ PBOPUIETORS. Foresiebf drugeuts and dealer* Is svery towi;- the United StKaa. - k. B.—We bstb discontinued tns manufacture of thi small dr Berecty-flvc cent, alzo, the dollar oonie, ce account or its size, be ins? much the cheaper to S( cetßTuccr. Bee that “Price One Dotl*r A is «n Of wraoner of each battle. LORD* nQTH,General WesternAyactß, as3o>aii23.lj'3tAF-*(is. street. Chicago, Et ' Buck Mittens. AND GLOVKS<—The larceit slot* of tba abOT* csodi la the Unites state*. • • • Also—rmrand Kid Gicre* and Gauntlets. ' BOOT AND SHOE PAC3, Warranted lapcrior to any othA- m the marzar, and jnaauiaetnrtc eapressiy fortne Nir-h* esters tradn. boetiibkos * qiLLEtr. W Morrae •twt.bew Tojlf. anl7-p« Sm w famu Biz uoorawtst of Broadway m. STMOELMB’S MELLIFLUGUS CCUS^SALSA^I IS WAZZASTZD TO CO** COUGHS, OrL®9.* EOsI««SES3, AUTOMAT tViIOCPIMI •lOUS.I, HO.tK THROAT, and »1! affection* * of the THKOAT a;d LUS9B. For cals by Dm: ws’s. Oeaeril Depot So, tf Sut Fourth street. tlncraiaM, O B. tfCOflliLß* Chicago, ‘WH#LE3ALa AGENT. SURGEON GENERAL’S OF. C?FIC«, WiraiaGTOs,D.C- .laneM, 1*64, WASTED—Sceozobs aid As&tirAxr Swbwios* FOE CdLOESE Isoor A Candidates most h« %ra4tt* ates *f some Regular Medical CeD»*e. and at cm be ezaxiDtd hr a heard of ucdioei ofeesrs to b«>eoa> Ttied brthsfsrreea GeneraL The Board win ie- Wrmiae whether tea caaeidate will he appelated Burgees or AislstsatSargesm. accordlni ta merit. Appucatlccs accemv&aled hr ete or mare trsU* xoolalsDomresstcUblaparaana.tt to cse/al char* acter, Ac., iheald ha addressed to the Surj.;ooQeae» ral. Ti. C. JL, Washington, D. C, er to the ArMstaal Sursees Ccceral C. ff. A- LocisrtlJe, Ky. Boards sre new la session at Beafaa. Sew Jerh, Wasting, ton, Cincinnati, B5 Louis aad Hew Orleans ALSO WAirlfiii—UesriTAi Stewards ion Col» oexs RrenrrNTv. matt peueas a ralj English ei ucatlen sad ha fats IT#.* wfhvkecoapoaad. In* and dlspen&lsc of Xedldnea. Appl’catlaa mast hexssdeaj la tht esse ofScryeons and dsalsunt Barr****’ Coxpecsstlon Iron t2S.no to |3LfO pe> month, with clcthlng, ratlooi, fnel and aturwi. Term Acting BurgeonSeaeral, £;rimtoU)’a firtraftr. TfcE GREAT 14K3H1CSS smuiiis. Evovn as HelmboSd’s Cenul** PREPARATION'S. nmCnl.T CO^CETTBATM*- COMPOUND FLUID fcXTBACT A. and specific rsmsdj tor diw«e»ox D Bladder, Klilncra, drard ax' Oropdcal Srrelllasra, raußMitnav mceaan tow power u* aimetnoc-daj excitasthe abaorbccfc mtohealtsyaiaoo, by tic the water of caloarvoiu Ssposrdaoa. arc all tort! ka»a*renent*,ar» rtdacwd. u«e3 %* psm mb* ißflamtaatlon.aßdUfood tor mm, wmoor or"***** irtß. BHH HAH HTPT • H*H BHH SHU H U HHHtran «i HH iihHßHHHuada BHH MHII ii .u - ain HUH H3H 7JHH , BHH XtLSCSOUyt KXXEAC7 01 SUCH*, For weaxacaa Czoz. Mem m. kahita oft OOP Vpatioa, Ka.lV ladiscrniee, attended with tbs tollowias *TB9twc&a* Infillpoamoa to fixartioi. Lon <t Poaa. Lon oi tiNnory, - Dlfiicniay ef Breetotofc ffeak Perrea. * Trnnhda*. Barter ef Dwwue, Wakttotieaj. ViS’.oa, P.l. l, Bet Band* plnAio* o/ ta* Sodp ; Dfraen oi tba akin, *rnpU«B>«L the /ac* ml Laiiitude, P«U* Cttenueaece. wascuUr ftyitexa, _ „ T bc«elym. toot. U alloreo t* gw oa. wuc* a*., m*ft»eia* taTareblf rracy**, aoc-n toll<*w fATTTITY, BFILBPTIr FITM, AC, In one 01 which t.« patinre >ca* erplra. Whe sk> aay tney are cot rrdonr.btiy the)* • fiw ?tu‘VasAiea,**’. * iNMAriiTY A.«" 0 LOB»0«arTIO J - < aiarr are aware or toe caaw or their aoriwi lcecfc«. recites or tbcusoeacyßar S and the melancholy d*atki by cttssamotna. «a. vie vltnws ta the truth of the auertion. tinr roN«Tr?ir-ioN or-c* »» * - WBAK>-»8 SjtiQDa* CM HcLOf m- diclte tn i.TWrtj«* mm.*, nnorata 'ht «s»tam, which H iil3C'l Dt* FXTRafil BtTOSU laTai’ably <s©«». A trial wi.i cowwcew r>f jpeat akepstcal. tnisaay affactlcha pectma; t> fana n, tba irwr Boeea U uadcaUed by aay other reaedj, and tM *9 •omplatou tn iuoat to the lex or In tha DBCLX>B OK CHaSQJ* OF Bee «y mptowia above. Ro Fatally ibotali bo irtthevt lit T&s«ft9 3&HKn,Mfrmrf »c A Pit Kerens Ohcmm. eXTB&CX MQHIC CUBA* TSBfiP OlffBASkS. In aU their ititu.at U:tle Kaocm:' Uttu ossa c*aan o t Dial; bo IscoaTanlra-f,' d 9 VOSS* MMAMM . MM MUM mum mm mi iivd MUM Mil Uli MUM HUM MM MM UMM UnUMM MM HUM M*U MM MU MMM MUM MM MU MUM MMU MUMM HHU MUM MUM MHM Vn BtlabaM’a tnrul Hnete far all effeettea* and diets** ot theas pnmi ' wbatberezuxlßg IN MALE OE FA MALA, From whatever same ortgmaaagand aoatastwptrt lecjc itasding. Davies o>>£e»e orsaaar** tt.t wifiLP’fl bjtkacm aucaro is tha ghbat uimatm AND XT IB CiBTAIM * TO HaVS TH2 DKSIRBD HTFECT IN ALL JDISXA2XA FOB WHICH IT IS BBCOHMKNDJ®. 8338888D8888 H»BB JBiBBB aaaß' BjSaß b »P b *bbbbbS| b BBBBi SJBB . Bi*»B SBBB bbbb^bbbbbbbs " 858888888852 BLOOD I BLOOD ! BLOOB HIGHLY CONCKHTBATKD ' COjFPOCTND • FDUXD KXTSkiyi BABSAFABZLLau Ysr pisrtiyifli the bleed, r-sovtug all chronic ecsr nrcaeaC diseases arlttag tram as tmpnre atata « the blood, aad the' only reliable tad eoocsaai knoonremadj for ihacurtrf *cr«lu!a.BcaidHtad 6alt&heum,p«dnsaticniwelm.sßQXtheßoaaa Dlcsr aUor.e ef the Threat Mid L»c«, Plmplaa <m the Feee. Tatter, ErralMlae ted all imllt erunOoa* ofJbastta, And Beaattfyinz the t'onplsxloit ef the T)o:*t fiiicrdars lha; affiict -aeakiaamnae trcA the corruption that accamu'atea UthsucoA Ot all dlictTer'.e* that hay* bse mate - o pasgr It ooVsea* cut equal ta erect £emhoia‘sOO» - poand Bztne.et bmr««»ariila. Uciaacs«s aad nmc vawsuabieea, instils Uavigw ol health- mtc IK •sy«tej»aao piuges out U shunori wsieh usse dm gate. nuctioasof ttobodp scd exact theaisordcra that grew aad ranilo In tks load, tact *rem»dj ttuiccula berthed on. bar lets bees ««o?kt(*r; sad to »,ior tha Orsttlae, t&< pe&.iC bavoosa a* whir* ta?> eaa seats 4 OS n«ce hare dec* net ad'nit of certiorate* wthow Rt edict*: hatthctrlsl of arm-Jabotl- win thaw w the slckxbatltku vutuMiaraiiilSß aMthlngthear hare eT*rt»««n- Ywotables»o«craiseltssaxtmtof Bam partis aadad ta a pint of wr-t«tr I* equal to Lisboa Dw ~isnnV, aadoaebottleti full;: ecualto a gallon of Ota Bjru» of Sarsaparilla, or'xns-decoction u nmany *fhe»r Extracts ta~?? been admitted to oesmtM Tlaued tratei Ansy, and are auo la Tory geacrai use m allthe Bute hoßpita:taad public saaltaryJa. aututioua threat bout the laud, u woU aa lA' priratv practice, and are eoraldrrcd u la valuable TOBSdIU. 000000 OOOOOHOO ■ 0000 9000 OUOO 0000 00(10 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 00000000 000000 aS»ILTICB»LIHB BOUt WISH •BCZCoßsntlaties fur diseases aminr from hahtti or eisslpsO ea, use* in connection with the Rxtnie* BuchuaodlarsaparltU. in suea diseases oa roosm* mended. 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