Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 24, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 24, 1864 Page 3
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Special 'Notices. mjHz. s*~. H. uden & C*.’s looms 'S’atsil oar* wetuecta neon tbe imtia, Co- CTi.i. ij2aTrT*OBeAXssaAGLAMroL*Ji ov&txju Tuß SCtiCCa* VblCb hU Speeded ttf Q*a of tirla [tsi* ixl; la erivaw. frame*. Bad the eaconea>ent oi med io*! authority, ciableui to recommend tt to u»t piv> UdODK A&l tin j'Bidjc. ictlliie coniQtvat w.:6 a iwr trio? it wU\ sveet own fxov:ienct to ti>« cart i'f Ctrunle Disease! ytTiclf ImPcaiuv lofline. sadb as tawrxjtt, saoscnnii, aia> Lad-iioas, LiT»£Mi£aniar*TDi®»i®Bß,HKEToj> A?' 5 Css-jl-ou, jfiTjeK- &rm**r«iA,PMrLnfy, b*Tau4e.4c. ✓ ttojTßclsra urs; re:y tpea cts acliona etrenxtt o< iodine *rettf Uree iiONrtor fc *reliu»mo* /todinfc to eus amd «yza? cn?a uzer. It unot Ustx*- tc deoooj>rsiu> c not faostaneooslT' formed tc«qc»ljUva; ofdtbet Ur tss ‘ |odu>« oajQiiosooTaE’aaiOUeo or ccmblMtionwitt ray t&arecitrt. ruadentii> vn» encucb wnenor to toy otbaj teftbeyf of fJSWbiUnr trmi olrarriouf eacMxjltls tbat It may oeneea «ra fsKllTacdlrtlof aevrfi •* or tbs prefer Jlce. v ynct- one doH'j nsr octt*#*. On receipt Of ‘ttu m batUct dchv«ed FUnt bj to hewiue oi aas laiiutiobi. wbicb m»* principled dealer- rx.c.e*7cr to oi oa ounrep* (.tstlon bee our cStma-tirc- and tr»dß cnarklth* Grteh •t.'ord ttodwr till* e*:rsni-cmrrt) upon ttt label! nod wrappot ol &&eb b-Hie* wvhoat wblcb none ii imwiA . _ ' circular! Rn»U». i- ! R. a. ibTMTSS M CO yor Atuel?| BLIpS w lAfee-st-.Cucaja. fifieclal Notice. PFHAM*fi EfIJK GLOSS AS.<; c(JtLI«Q KLFID m tbe bMt btlr-dresdiof In me wono. KiTipAnx* I-cbuUjill e.oab to the Lx Price. SC cm*! a b^rtl*. CPHAk'ti TBTTEBL OIKT«E>r be snm and fperdy core for Tetter, gA‘t Rheum. C «pr>cd t/onca. itch. At. Price, V- vias « b*>a. •llPlliktfa &SPHMV CUxE rJicrc* *aemr;et no lent poroxysaj of ti'tci is tea r.trat-B, end effects %.«pc-edTCtje. Price, Hep*cttce UPfiLAH’S FKBCEL* yAHISHKB remove! thejteinacc l Boau’.iflec tee Conapleziao Price.SO C BP V.)hT2i*S X.TFK BLIXJK, tbe erect Ucr- Tine ana Be.to>c-fctiK£ re-tcrex to nen’y rlaor ell vlo m# eafferuyj from lni>MT«;d Itncrty. f : rrv.ti« Bec»UtT,»jin wbaiever mafes. I'xlr*. IS a •j-gp ,t/.P4.>eSC ax IP STAUf colon the vpile* Sen or.d a beunifai macs or bro»m. it fcOßtlit* 3f cc' r or>e pre.-arotiou Cox>r w*li cot f*d sS^f-KlSW*>**:*. rat SdeirW *cab* Orvpr ter Ciroolan ernt free. oce.ni.*. * BMI^I’P.HMSBSuen. mtsi*Slri-IT-fbh»o7n Acff'ii »r?» Colgate's Itouef ftoaj*. Tlrti cf-i2bmt-=d ,, ;f.'U-ET 60AF, to »acti unlrcrsal Cactoxo, b. made frem tbe cLoicett toatunUa. u mUa ItUl etSOLlfiHt In UA r.mi.n-, 2rMtrnD‘Jr tCfealou.BSd tstraneir beneficial lx its astios spor tbr ecuu i u t«le by a'J DrcEiL-'x and >'aEcxGdoa* Dc«>KTt. !aJB-»i77Vly rc-oAT-nr . fowie « F*lcoaA ttamor Cuiv* On tonic warranted s Permanent Curt it, *il tends iWi J Scrofula, S*l‘ Lihertm, cud hii iStaeee qi tee Sflh. In cast of failure ae proprietor all to %**ruv the r*ur*t7 batM<-f snd taiebacS their use. WJUiclj Prepared dj Towti, CfaeirJct, 71 Prince tire**. lio-tor &’l daak , ’B »«os£ Warranllt. Gtelf.rrolar. for calcißftdca-oDV F.A, EKYA?r.av.d apllmgcliS. esw Dr. James, ffjrmnri? cl £an»ts’ Hospital, flours etrect •JSew Crleem, La- «£Jb!kbe tin 1350. now pennantnv IS located h', b» Randolph street, vbfßgo, Uunsis. BpamcAirt In too treatment erOM* Caaoxio, 'Arjicn* Sux.bOßomLOrs, and ail tends oi Buwd akd see. >»b*axs azto iizbosnias. nr a Cokx&o ions vcn. bjux CusKArms, a urea them wvjmnt rasorimc to fcXsrccry, ioanra, PoTAtau, fc r»eu»c or anv ooisoa. pntwitsi » KEmiAiarx*-, » roamr* emu lor ac bnraon sac tuo«e paiaoni. . ■. _ ~ OaatX'c Wx*.rKtßß, 80-b m 6eni ; ntJ VToaShcW, Sioctsmal ana Blamai tecttSl&ua, ot by hbas« oi the syevom. c&rlj ln*AecitVio-£, ex at: or Bouties teredltarjlr. oatniuc low of memory. ©or fmioc, Oenulcm, teneM, and often tunes insanity, wlthorthci ceplojtbla utx of wautonr. trusted aac radically cure a by an infallible mctboc. wnng much tttae and expanse. Gleet. Gonorrhea, Stricture. and all diisurc psct.itr t* to* vote, of a envat? nature. ”oid“ I <U,SS. <L « lit MOST eaXEDOA CLtSI. where tkt blooo baa br. -oma poisoned, producing pLotchet os me lace, eipuU watsr? bIUtCJs. reins to tnabead ard bones, a)cora:od throat, doss, and body, scrofais, tocetbev «ttbM number©! aoffonhKt. Dr. jam** l* rtconammaec py tae press sreatrally of -the Booth, ate medical ftcu’ty, ana pro/ieson of mod uli colleen etc. Ttos* fbould apply lean? 1 d atetr.a'd be cored *t tn-ae twrrlMs dienasea. Kemtmbur.Xr. Vaoei* Offio and Parers are a£B6 Eacdriph,Rc:wefai st»w nod T>«arb«rnetreet*. ocm frost fl a. m. until ad. in. coostutatloos confidehUaL ecu <*£ li ie» Dr. Bigelow, Coctdmtta'Phyicciai, o: 6t.XfCnu.Mo^> can Pe c.’naaltid at ms oflica. if) Pocfc 01*rSjBtrt'«t. ’ romtr ox HL, Dull a oloOc fnw tbe Poat uffloe, on i»n C&ronfo oisrusa, «n£ Dtscatas oi n nzjsau sj.o Cfclic&u Latnru. ia b«ih rex**, wmch lie oouwith ttck&rtuclcdanccasa. Itaoais •vuanta. wa«relt»nttßk&d 6<it!<o:enc«a<ocau!tme l>oc»r with K*£ ktrlcien rnracr. Otfioo hoers torn Va - ftf. to*P A!.: Soaovya it toiS a.M. Cosimun'car me. confident*:. Cotnoitaticr* fret. Aidnu r O R^i 35A £n«lo*ctwo«tainpaaadr t his to iTc-lth. FromcbtDoctor'* too? srnenmee to bcHpUrfuO private procti.-e. hela&n* ts rtdot tp- andTiiignar &ntea,p«nectcnr<v for ail Chrome L. their most serjrc and cumjiliocta;* IP * rt i short D»f, without dm ot wajcury. Tour xsen cnSWiog iron; «tl( abuse *:c mvned to Cali A perfect cure vamctifi. female irfeculttt tea attendant on Pnnortv, Uec<tniaTUn cr.p*r«ons havicfr bct v> pUcoui call ot. cnce and i«* cured, Best ol cltr r»ftrench u> to a&iUtr and ancceta. uais-pW£-50t 3TUKAK FRAILTY, OR PST SJLeiOLO&ICALr AtLdEAUOHBh.fi> .aid be read t>j everyhody, Jt treats cs- and showi how. me ovi-’ rMoltsaneint tro'r. eaily'Vnue aid anrappy cor* •»«SCssa»n eisX he with a sure method oi -'JtpciEnc thf mtidlv-Bf* tnas* nr tb* roamarv itste. Sold by Dr. B. A. OAEBO W, \Sf Blaechcr £tre~, ftaw fork. Filco. J5 cents, bailed frw cvoiywirt'rc. To be b** %’sc oih. BC<> JTD*. W Randol'.'b ftTTrt.Ch'cKeo.U'.-elfO. or &luo> WKAH * CO.3UHjv, com.-? VnJh »ad v?rtcn <reete.feons.in. r de24-tw-l la the Tear ls4£ Mr. SCathma first ptcn*rtd the VRXCTIAN BAI3 thatumnUtst>'■'«&ns=d hynooMno*. and. m nolneiauee has it tafled tcetvee&ureeaUA* f4 f?AVßtntTf&K Did Is meet rap. ft la Xin world. Uvrtieifcs); FU.y ■•-a eseb •able Ui> qcautltj of oj-b in these csa&Uyeo<d forti. Tue oyt it *atr«i»*aaoi ui injure UivLelror tl« icalp ic *he *l'Vl-es' Oegf-e. The YHKtTIAS Ul’C wori» with rabidity and cex- Riaty. the hair r*nutni'* to prepvrvi'ac wb&t-vir. Toe VaKETIAN lire pruductaaoy suade that may f<*Cfc»l»*d—one that n*M on fade, ciotv cr wfcst out —one shat is si o«rr. «o*nt a» ta« hair u*el£. For Salebya 1 dmgcis-a. Frick S.centa.-, , AgtAt, l? Gold street, * A lac JM ax'afsr-* nrcr of V a r H £>"ff aRSICA HATS AiLOSi,tu bt,tibi.t-*clr«i-*Jtt n tue In large bot tles, price SCc. .. Jiavil-Seb*bw Piles —(iS einorrboid * j—Piles* Tbe Australian'ftpecinc toi fair* is now well £nows •* t>e men 6n«ct-<ni reiretr f-r the above com •laiot ever nsrc. la h*B no A Case. Virile* lc any I;m> can FCArdtlr #twt toatit wifinot verrcaneail) cn*-e. In enr and it ii »he standard remedy. ForituK hiioiifiattoc «TtersM. Try ft UfalsA«ro,Ge&eral WboleirJv WotsfD Ayra-a- lyis-xamaJm.y sswli HAIR OIOSS AND CURLING FXHID 1* The best 1 balr-orw*lne I* ut vo’-ul U it hssaliful ? clow t* the wa'.riba*pi .v In curl, sails growth, 1 Are. Wce.wf«S6abo«we ♦< i* »e ire aed spee dy care i«r Tetter, i*i: Kh:cp«. C h .*r*&ed Renoa, dar ber's Hcb. Ac Price, ru ov-.t* a v-v. rrHAsfE AsrattA raw*; reii<v <•* the moat v»o --last paroTT»ra« d A€v*r» ui f«c "jnuia, and effects • •peodyctire. Prlc>. if » Di-rk -jlz VrfiAU's FEYXixM) sGCW-PTCIFICI* war ruicdt*cur*any c-se*f CmiUTca Ftver.noniu ur bow Handies iTic?, w a t>or. FrUAM'B DEPJLaTORT ro »m remove the Lair noa low forthetAi U Ovb umotca, without injury to the skit. Fries,»: aboctle. rm.liAPOßTt’fc kl:£'R,*\ «eat Nervine B«4Dvec&tmr ffiwseily, rc-U>re» «j q»dlt vifor all who o:e ujflijiuc fwiiairel Spinal fiairsv, *ertom*l»eh*np, nom irctferer cause. ?jle«, 92 & paCLars* TDK JATAKESE HAIR fl T*AIN C -!.“n *tC Jloanacbs a heaatua* tlfr.r or rim efcnlr ooe nreosmioo. color wit. cot tude or -was&oci. Only BO cent* ab3x. Boldb) B.C.UWIAV » South Wic'ilb street Pba&- dslphia oodbyei irroeruu. Ciror..aTgssaTiree % a«wo62sta » wtrii iScots anti SUars* FAIXXSADS—Tiii BIWSOK & BARTLETT, . SO Lake Street, Chicago, IIL, Kew offer for sale ONE OF TEE LAEGKST STOCKS BOOTS SHOES. Ever bronf ot to tbir market. Tu'tbeM Cmei of bl-h prlcei we beneve that T9B BBBT afcL TfiK CKAAPaST. and have our Fall Stock with opecar rolercaee to tula ftet. Particular att«r.r.oa is called to oar CPSTOH- H AnR BOOTS, which ca£ hot bi axosliso. EXTRA bIZbH A gPRCXALITV. *O3&-P<3&-tf H jgOOTS AND SHOES. REMOVAL. / HALL, SOUTEWiGK & CO., BDCCESWBB TO £ENEmCT H&U & C 0. t - Rave removee to tios. 334 & 336 Broadway. FIRST DOOB ABOTB WAI - YORK. me have mMj ttiargea our uanuiactarinx deocr> .niTn.fßtuvi conetantly on hand a very iwrt ockof tnc sewed work cf our cwn macwacwut. ts which wemrm the alieutloa of Weaieni merchant*. Wa r ,be all tte lawet nlyns oi aieu I *, Boy? ana Tenths* 3alf Sewed Roots. Balmorals, Concrete Galt; m and Buckle Shoes, as welTse Ladin’. Mines end Chllorent Morocco, Clove Kid and Lasting wart—an machuic e#P* and the very Deet ooaliw & goodA mknsu«t ftobatfes Sto mart- Sitters Greenbacks are Good BUT Roback’s are Better. roba&k's Birretrs. meofifor BlldewuimEcatollheßioTnach. Bilioutaen. 14ver Compliant and General Debility. SSOBACK’S BITTERS. dTier compose the wonderful tonic properties myica VB 1 tone to the appetite and rtiuetuve oraa-,a. ROBACK’S SITTERS. ladies end tedcnt&rr i-asone will find la ..jcuui tbem an excellent wmc. ROBACK’S sitters. ,« wtnenlatt full before «acc weal win remove Indl* - e cation and all Liver diseases. r W. SOBACk. cctc-potader u( 'Stomach Bitten, rvn&4. perm or and Bleofl }T!., distlttcr and manolao* i»rer •! Catawba end SWkd.se BraDdJfa.and all Kinds tnfcrt Peweatic Luj«cnr end viute, which an '■BoUC wholeael* or t* aar ce'Tred quantity. H, M. 6* *»l ei r~»rt TSri Street, CIWOIKKATI. ' - • - • OHIO. v * lt uie by Dmelits end dealer* in nedlclns serauy throuEhsut she country. irwrTMv HEP* OK- EE JH.KDICI *«'EB, A.U of our reader* r«*ae*teo to i careful S’ peruse ihe colons sorer- of tiieae jeeojcloe* in ano ther pan of On* PM*!)*** tome ip»Kly pend fur thc~ p*« r-am- Smiltvliir IBKif-Urg -udT-loa tof-aSra-aos to Mil teioe, mu i 1e > Milrt_enrtlOi*. free of postage. " ** IL St CO. ***'*•< « Liberty wwt. •liewiorfc MUfl*osß-l7l«rw saMi Royal Prussian con 6UI*i.TS. 47 Clark Street^. B. CLAUSSKNIUB. CooioL tfturD#x4*ci,ciut*#o. m. *«Kas4iai Banfeing ana Sict> aap. TqijFT’r iCATiOfiAir Baa’s or .6? CHI-ACO. - Capital* - - “ - 8200,000. ' ~Re, Co 1< wilt fttnec u. S. DEPOSITOR* & fiscal AGEHT. eCBSOUIP23»WB BMQE , * f EU *DB T’aSO lcua. acoi zo««9 *«ftM UoaOSo \ TBA&Ca.I#OXBASD. JCSIABX£I£BA>(b. anJB Casil&r Prcgxeat. JJSH2 ZSEOBAIfiOr mAm ' sssk or cbt'-aso, Tti3£to*tia7las cocelUfa wrk au tneyrmeoiA ©fthciaw.mlioutfcefiniol July tsiUtu corJOßos# hseisesi to Ui U«ah!ar *VBce, It 4 B&kjI . j. YCOaOjsUAIawON. ?r«aasc:t. •}V!TJa»ns V pa-3*/ J»i*iJl*rfcaA»ar. rmfris? rirortKl,) CVKCSCvccJCrtxcu.za •* nuemiriGt \ , s«. I'U.l !«/• ri f Tl6rf.*V: V**h-. tr&io ' cnaerKic»r4» it uh* :co aiLsa aectsmci* £!aV.orulSj-LJ c nactf . v aiia«- ?C;£ CMcaCO.latbedsaiiyw e^7fo/k'^S:r &as beet dels ctTtalret an*» u.ta& reculreu-esti oi tbe Sxt«2 rr't?'** ’ 6.1 Act tc eroV.St a varr.i.v.. «-tf.--' « i pletffe of •''riwd Stktui «c ta if- r il’t clicß.fctiozai.dieOdcecL-oc A'c( I UH t xaf.tsx ccrcvU-i ■ r t goia Act reamed tch. n>escm£ ct * Bcw/tbeftfore. 1. HtfOa troTlo of tte<«rrvscv, dr L»eiw certxj tbai ?L?, wepb»rt«*Nft:w:»i t of cttcai’-.n. we Cbitaeo.lttbeconatyrtt tocVmee UUerHl, t> aou-orJsiid tocccrtaccce »-b« autfer ibpAct afo:«:«id. _ _ . in tes-bacar wctreox, «Jtn«a *y taec tar.i or ‘,TJeatT B?rbt ficy _ r.UGB iArCnhLdtdl, - CoxpucDer of tbs Correa cj. rpiKST HATIONAI* BANfe A.- OF CBIC&OO, ttMitblfeC tartar and ClarK-sts. p£*<- HSr • - - SCOG,O9O* k. xIESB. rmideut. ’ M7?nc>r keros, •vjce'PreiS. t. B. hoaztrKD. Gtibler. 3Sanca.nom:L rfTHE- COXLEVT&TE SCSOOX. X »|fl re rpen-with ercry etrsnttse f#r-ihe In strtictioncl ycttth.onUie , First moadarof Ejcom*‘ ifitrcrtMj? v'reu. Ai>p'ic»9o«tobe made at EiC’ThtcafO cvcnne.teeT Radi etroet Hgv ivii C~CAUSESBOS. 3rugs autt (Eljraiicats. T H. R-KE3 <fc.CO. f ** * IMPOUTSES i»D JOBBE3S Or DREfcS AND CHEMICALS 83 Lake*s( { , Chicago, IIS* " AIBO, DEAL LAB9SLY IS paints. 011% window Glass, Glass* ware, JinrnlnCi Ol]t,'(i»ro«iene } Soapmakers> Stocfi, nuia* ttetuers’uoodhfte^ Whldhwaoffer at prie*Bftvors9iß ta (fatus Uo> et&ata and Maco&c6orer*. j.a.P3*D,l7ipeail »vect,B.T.) -- -• v E. A, Emufor. Clncwo ( ’ jammwu. EASTERLTS mm m sa&sipabilia. Ttui#ttaonly medicine that win cum dtieeacj *ririL£ Snsu an impnra atate cl the blood, vis; \ ScronUKtOr Klars'Sril, cmera, Tu« mon*, ErapUenaordie Ski% Erjitpa hu, Cliro&io Sore Brae, ttlk-sworzn o? ' Tetter, scsld <r c#6 v Soria, Swelilßgaot the vi&ota, h<pru> •y, iVhlie CvrelJiKisK, Pli*-*, Boils, Plßiplea on th« Goitre, crOmfljLfrej Compl&littiFfii<epiiSL, Nkrrooa aflec* General Debllllf, at] ChtorJi diseases and all dlee«a«« arirtesfrora the use of fflemuy, T&ir medlctse eom&mea la a Mgtuy concentrated ttste tbe Hold iiutci orfiAt6»sjraJsiLLA (b( E-otfiorae itoot) SELLOW S.ILUS*IA and the XObiDS or POXAFSIUd. «?rtti»r vun other rateable re*etablo pnrtryiag fern set*, urvarea tr* s ntw Chetr lcai prore«« *o m v rcaeer tea prepare* UonU:ainocteSca&'oQar«ißet7%vsr ofi%:ad to the pcDUcSor all diaeawcajjtint cos an nupore state cftLe SLOOr. or a depaaved ceu;i3o& ofthe sum UE.i-i£TBIU.r 7 110D15K AS It BA&ATaBELLA If accistftntJonalreirerty, fees a *]ucltaneoiit action on the var.au ergons «L tee eyetßa, exetten* ttwn to afctiluv ajtl.-.a,ar.d eaatimg Chera veiK-r --form the fanriioue:h*tnatnr* Th’i nedr etoa rCKIFIEA BILL'D. CWM&OTB the fiK CBSTIUKfi ot the LfYES, Mi EfraLS aU morWi. izspnre and di«e&Hd mailer (roa. the system and hr* Uu» remoTlrs the CAtJSif o' disease the CUHB’ it rendered CdBTAXH and rz»v«v ve »T DB.BASTBtLT’fiTODim ANDSIBSAPARTCLA tburoocuy recovatet the whole eystea. trees it from all ImpurltJrs and busuT those pveaesz pnrt'mx and Blood powers is the reason stlt syjcsUy efficacious in so many dlfiareut complaints. X9IPOBTANT TO THE star To persons who ere ptet and atelctee and derlr* tc w> Kooc Ptulfnhz Modi cine, pledge this seen* • DB.EASTSBLT’S IODINE Lh'V BABVAf*AftIL2*A I* alx UhUS BTBOFGSt, CfiX&Pxft and BlfTTitK than Ball's. Townsenc’s. ajt«* or any- oih«r Sane- SanDa «t Blood purtirtn; Mttlctne new eflft'ed «« VO BIT. rhytlcltgg rceemtrend this eaaiclse W their pt* tlentMa av cn»*» where Ivis tndiceu becanse they known* izuereoestetfe the BEST, that are knows to the Meejesj Facninr. fr frice, na& rtrwtUß. farrreptred and told hr dr s. eastbedy £ corner of Third' and meets. Bv, Lea'j HUionrt. fßtgridut DB. EaSTERLT'S Family Medicine fiiore£e Hadlson street, max the fost Office. Ch!* cazoTßiteois. . , DR. AMJTR'CAN MNfJMEKT. Tb!« nlnfibli Zaslmaz! 9*IZI cur* KbenmiUlun, Sprains, SrniMk, Cnco. Vooide, Ulccro, Contracted done, swelled and SdffJolAUk JLaes bago { cud all Disease* aher« er external ttmedf Is Icdlcatod*’ . DB. EASTERLY'S AVEKICAK LINIwTST VU' also erne Sprains, Brain*: Cuts, Galls. Chato, Bi&t Bone. Beratese*. or Woondi wties kr« ctv cnnlnr wßOßstf, Families theud Unit CC£< BTANTLT OB 3aJS£M** a** iL Crae «f urrd.t* it 11 the BEST ANi‘ EFKICACIO Db LINIMENT EWlSalalc at Z>d BSSTfcRLT * CO.’* fanlli MedlcffinKtore, »9 lUalsoz israes, cm the fort Office,pfftago, lU. CDB£ lOVKSEUf. ss. spscine Xediclse 1c & and racloJ cure for Gonorrhea, Gleet* s;«clnreo, fiemlaal Weakntaa* Chtrdw, DH* eauaee of the Klduer* sud Qiadder, ana all Puea>sa of the Sexual Orgatjii cacied bfOontasioß or deakncuici either Sex* males or Females. Tbli elecut, popular and lat«ntP!e preparanna. to e«iebratee in ail our La ASK cl r ten r*r the CUBS cf PZTV&TZ rL}CAS*& IS now Oflentd to ttn af* fljClftd and WARRANT TO CUAh all of tt« Genital Organa of either anz (malea or fetnalea) in aftwdaj*. I*B. BAKER’S SPECIFIC la the ÜBLV’S'&FBanC BFLIABLE KtKfiDV for t££ OF ETKRiI A* TdREBCEA, gtaeraliy tem»d SwIKAiTWBAK* BLSS.CATJnKU Bi SALf.AUUaaOH KX>IBS*XVS IKBCLGaWCK. whlct II now »e FKARFOLL7 Pflß. TALENT in all pari of the courtrv. Reader, hare you a ratVAVE DISSASB, or sna ifcfcAie of the ejuawb. oh aeiOAL ORGANS. Do not oeaTect It. DBLAT IS OASOSB* CUB. Pracare at oace that celssrstn tteroetr. 08. BAXEEW SPECIFIC, which h«CURED thouiandl aron tbooaaadi and eared them tro j the heuea at MZBOlLffil QUACEfi. U hot ffsa G KATES, DB. EA KEIFS SPECIFIC it a great HEALING FUhlFi TNG nad 6ELf-CBBlNGttas£tfDr, roc hir ing BO lABHICAL AIDOBADVICS.ai>iaiaauRC note far oft accomp*ay each battle of the sfeOciflA Dr. R&ker'e Sp«!nQc la Tere esttfxble totketMte.n uerfeoty gA ft AND TUTJOF, and wiD ggectiaiF CURB rHk wpEST AKD WOST OBSTTKATZCAB&d OF FRITAT# DISEASES, and renarethe to a perfect state Of HEALTH AND FEEnT- Witt UR, BAKEC’S SPECIFIC yon can CHSt YODIGEIT FOR OKE-TENTfi T3* MOKEV Thai a physician will chaixc,wltaout change of diet ot hmdrerce from bosisat, and Umt prevent all chance cf KXfOSVBX, B. B. ic looV'Ctasdins ohetinate crms er Gen arthfra. Gleet ana Seminal Weakness, Dr. BAKER** * INJECTION will be fonfid a vaiuaule wiitaat to his BTECIFIC in achdoisr the dlscssßi ssd «~onl(S eitucdtncaalnncuon wfta ittmtu aperfeaenre If A Tnadse on Sexual PlseaMt, ceiled the “ Self- Inttructor." accompanies each hoOlc of the meet!* (3BH. or Frtee—ur. Bsker*igpeelsc, f3 per bottle. tT" Price—Ur. Bacer’t injection, tl pvt bovUe. orFnca-uale InJacting eyrinze, so cents; » male,ic ceils, i gar Sect by Express to aEperts of the country oi i receipt of the money, I gy* Prepared and told b; DR. E. KAETEBLY, 1 southwest comer oi Third and Chestnut streets. BU | lx)ui», Ho., Bole Prtpiltior. _ _ g7~ For sale at DR. K. E aSTEBLT A CO.*S Fam*- 11 y Medudne btore,W Madison street, near the Foci I Office, Chicsfio, IIL HE. CAEIEE’S cough balsah' XflllCure Goceb>, Colds. Asthma, Con* atnspdoß,' Bronchitis, Syltdsi Blood, Fsln In the Side and Bre&cS, Whooping Cough, Croup, and ail hu< of the Threat and Lancs. Reader. have von s Cenfh. cold, or any ditoa»o ci tbs Lanes cr Threat? Dc cet nsele»tlt. niLC-IONS DIB emmally hr aeclecttne a cOMLOjv colt?, CQOEha and *ColdvU nil eor<d-iesa to COoSUidi'' TIUB uatt£otofBHMATUBE DtATH. T Procure at once that celebrates reoedr. OS.CAiU TBB»S COUGH BALSAM, which neverlajlsio STIT* THE CODQU IMMEDIATELY-and VO ©fleet a PBB - ciihß in a lew Cays i:H bfT*sd 5?°?; the non PEB V ACT BKItEDT far all dl«»*af of the TBUoat AND LUS&S known to tt-e cl villa td Mr* mce-Tris-l bottles, M cents per bottle; laxrs bottles. VI per bottle. _ _ „Or For sale at DfL K. EASTERLY * CO.B Panu Sr Medicine store. 99 Madlion street. ChlKiip. liL scl-qtl HftTn-eATArP Y ALU ABLE FAE-JI FOS SALE. A Farm of 1M acrei, eltnated locbrlnita county- HUpoti.about #xtj rods r-omis, Depotat noea xnoLd, on the Terre Baote and Ot, Loon Kallroaa* lour mi «w»«t or Le»tmcti r *n with tne irh-uCm tral Itliallcood arable Jar A ana all on erenm TAl'or. and well rmsto. It baeooea n aiaree well tmilt iiccse, complete!; CaUhea. wertb atlea&t ssGSO. Also,abont (-C0 reach Trine, Apple Orchard.and a §oodrailrtf ofS3ta})irrni'K.al Inbcarlax. It rom net rare and excellent toclal. ecupol and church pi mil ecs. v The whole la offerfd for lIO.MO. For further paracnUr* adOrfM B. E.JIiVLKTT' BosanoDd, CUntU&s county, iu, ttTi-ij&c: * ixAHTro & g-kkat w*aa*. Ajfe- ««W K4ILWAT . 6cructa AUiJtntgL-Tyo YErongh .irprKj TrUli Kt%«« CLfcTXLASD LSV Ht* r YOHJL ru«* effect tu»RTiW*. . rv« msk lateocrcfi liki^ C)eT«lui at...,.. W* a,at-« «Bd9AOP.a.f trr‘.?el*i.’rm*>rcrrt.... U3C ▲* a. ** ifesr.aL “ lUaCetU**£...„, WO*. «• •** U<i.£ * terry at 122 p.». • a***.*. *• ‘Aalaisaacaat...... 1:18 r, K. „ M W4a*. • f»*rp York »v Uctti.l, " w BZTUB9I7O. ‘ _ Utcn Haw Vort au. W**a.il “ KW.jl ArrtTCCleTl'tafiax. a.x. % , WP p. - *twfiay* exeepua. Ifiatw*mexc*»teA OOOBUIB. Bcaeral TltKn ®icaQo - tribune. satubdat. sepiembeksiTisgC GES. 'H*£aJL I» , Ot,KI.«jAW. Ectler- c t tbe »etr Tort- \ro»klac- Ueu , « Democratic tfeimbti Kew Yonx, Beotcmber 12,13 M, Jfrjr-r Gcr.cn i? George It. McCklan: " Sir: Tbe dfcUngutsbed petition'wllichvoa po«r hold !i> tto prescr-co of tae_Amrricau' people, ae the. nominee of -c convention held in obtdUacc to tbs usuges of a poweriiil paitc. ana IdoMfg- forward to tbs posaibill tj.of jcor election as tbh representative at %■ mighty nation of framer:, iinpris'ns to ad dr<es to jotoas waj>ave already done to the Presiocntofthc United States, & brief expo sition of aomeot tbe views which bare In-- onetd the founders of the Wdrkingmcn£e D moenne Republican Association, to or fificizt-rfor effretteu action in the great cinse oi political, industrial and social reform. Tb&-e«j swiftly approaches when tbe mtt llt.ns of the loyal States who bare remained true to the Cctißiilulloo shall be called to de cide upon tbe fundamental Ideas of tbolrlu tore policy. On one band a large body of Ihc people declare infavorof soch a pr 3*3- cu'juu of tbe war as shall destroy the mili tary powers of tbe rebel leaders, and viadl calc the idea ot nations! pcltyby en forcing- tbe laws, oud compelHng’tbe Insurg ents to submit to peace to the adjudication or ell questions at issue before tbs tribunal ot tbe naliof’s judgment and its conailtu tH>rdl tipcunderf? On tbe otter band there is large trdy of men who desnmd that tbe Govern mcnf shall recede from its right to defend itself, that It rball recall its forces from the field surrender the territory It has occupied* recall lie fit ets from theh->rbors of revolted cities; nudtavLog time vacated all that vt has gained unacr such great difficulties, tbai it shall proceed to negotiate with tn£ sentotive men of tbe rebellion, as tbe rtcog sized authorities of an independent Confed eracy, in tt>c hope of on ultimate reconstruc tion of tbe Union. * This body of men Infused so much of their spirit and policy into the declarations of tbe Convention which has named you for its representative lb to secure the adoption of the following; “Onxljrst proposition is, that land monopoly (or ta.csprcEß oar idea more compreteaslrely and' acnint<>y), that the power exercised by capital ov*r labor, uegets acd tnsiains cirLlzadou. ‘ Ocr recow: That properly tn human labor (wb.cn is properly In nun) it the ony property, “Obrltdjo: That the tchite raceU the true an l left steve race. • * •" • • ♦ • '* To isylbo white race Je not the true find beat blare race <e to contradict all hlst'-ry, nod In effect to a*een that there is come anperlor nee $ (or the zacethatia mosL.eod& c tatne, domestic, scJir«i* a concaieble, ana moot redbily euumlis tu govern* at-ntln uliTßnena forms, !■ certainly the race 25me-teiitbß oPhevermnent ts slavery, even in 80-cmb d free eocietics.-hUmcd women, colic res, sailors, wards, apprentices, Ac., ore cotjMV ejacO bv law, bat bribe will ol superiors— theft persona arc enslaved. The writer here not onlj justlQfs the Blatery of thehbek man, but eatrrs into a labored argument t« prove that thewhitersee is the Inie and bett 'ilam race.' Tb’-.ao doc* trines were not uttered \\j an imspocslbls or obscure author, bat were published !a the leading economical and commercial maga zine oi the Southland their whole t«a:hlu»g were frequently reiterated and enforced b f other contributors. They may, therefore, be regaroed os a lalr expression cl the pUUo sophical system of the leaders of the rebel lion. f Another writer la the same work speaks as follows: I “ The real civilization of a country 1« in its aria* i tocrscy. The masses are moulded loto soldiers l and artisans byimci tct, jnsc as matter a*d the i elements of nature aie made into telegraphs and ' BUfimcsgififS. The poor, who labor all day, an ; too tired at"night to study boobs. Ifyouinkfce < them Je'.rned, they soon forget all that -is n aces airy i- In the common transactions or Ufu. To make na j arielocrariß the tmnrc wo ma»t sacrifice a thou i sand paupers. Tpt we would by ah means make | them—mate them,permanent, too, by laws ol en* tail ard,pr*moccnU6re, The'right to«guvern re i tid(*« in a vtry small ZDleority; the doty to obey I i« inherent in the great mass cf maaklLd. Ail ‘ covcnnr-nt begins with nsorpatioo, and Is con : timed by force. There is notnln» to which rue Booth entmams to great a disilkeasoiiireraal ! lufirage. Wherever lorehmers setuo 1 ; laiuenumbers.therenuivcrealsufZragewiUexi*!.'* | The central idea ol the platform of priacl i pits thus announced is containecl ia the prn- I poeitlon lor “a cessation of hostilities,” ; which involves the evacuation of all the j States and Territories now recovered from j the control of tee rebel authority, and the i fttempt at negotiation with the leaders. The circumstances of the conflict give rtec to the qntetlooj Would a cCssatltn of hostilities cntFephrt of the Federal Government 'bo. right ?-and this question immediately civoa, me to auotbfr, Whav is Ute cause ozibz* war? Let question be fairly answered, i and the whole case may be easily decided. I We propose to view the qm/htiou from a ■ pmcllcal and common stand point as j workingmen, uninfluenced bv the peutiliar ! ideas or teachings of any class cf leaders. Tbe interests ct Vorfelngmen, as a class, are at Bloke in this conflict, and~wc shall appeal to a lew of the leading exponents, of south ern ideas and interests in order to define onr poeitlon. We hold tnat the present war Is a war of centralization ana aristocracy against isorights and interests of the masses. It Is a war of capital against labor, m the form of lac d and slaves, against labor and ireymen. That this Is the truth we iUasljrate by qnouog % writer in De Poufe JicvUnPi who was tbe teacher oi eonthern economy, and the advocate ot southern Interns* ana - institutions. The writer usee tbe following language: / Hetolud, That this Convention does crpUdUy de clare, as the sense ofthe American people, that after looc.l earn of Isiiarfl to restore tbe Onion by tbe experiment of war, caring whidumder the pre tense of a mUiary cecewaar or a war power blghtr than the Conatlmtioo. thf.Cos6tltulion itself bar been disiegzrdcd in every part, audpublic liberty and private right alike trodden down, and the' ma terial prosperltf of the country essentially impair ed,—Justice. humanity, liberty, and the public wel fare dimonu that immediate {forts bt maJ« for a cessation of hostVitles % with a view to an ultimate CoiivcLUon of all the States, or other peaeaole means to the end that at tbe earlle«t practicable ' nemcit, peace may be reftored on the basis ol the { federal onion of the States.. This part of the cyatom follows legitimate ly upon The other., Heuce, If the wnlte race he LLc htet and troest slave-rase, aod aria* tocr-cy the only true index of civilization. It must Jollo w that aristocracy may edbdae the white man to slavery. Thia will first be done by laws ol “entail and primogeniture*” the very formeof Old World aristocracy which miilioLßol foreigners seek to avoid' under Wbe free Institutions of our American Union. Will the Democratic workingmen oltbe coun try, fo many ot whom have cope here to es cape from the oppression of the Old World InsTltntlODPj- vote for a party that will direct ly or indirectly transplant and erect these 1 fcopc Institutions on the ruins of popular j liberty? . _ The Ur.gnape quoted corresponds with that ■of John C. Calhoun, who Bald:* • * ♦* Tbct we are essentially I can not deny, but we can lied do yield mden to Deaocracj. . This is bar sectional policy; wc are/rom noccseitr thrown upon and tolemnir wedded to that party, however it may occasionally clash with oar feel* lp£s, for the ctmscmmatioa of oar interests. It is through out affiliation with that party in the Mid dle aid Western Siates that we ho : d power, bat when we cease thus to control this nation, through a rhjolpled Dtmocncy. or any tsaterltii in that party which shall tend to throw ns oat of that nne and shall .then resort to the dissolution of the cnion.” It may bp urged that these wilnessca are Inappropriate becauae they spoke some years ago, and the prraent actors are not responsi ble for tbclr vlcwa. Bat th&'objection Is in valid, because the whole course "of SoUtlcs, and even religions, teaching, have cen lorced by tbu leaders Into this channel for many years. It is the Southern idea—by which wc mean the idea ef those few master spirits who, in obedience to their own sys tem, that* minority ehonld rule, have ob tained such complete mastery over the peo ple. This fiputhem idea of an aristocracy and an oligarchy Is now In conflict with toe- Northern idea of democratic institutions and popular rights. To illnetsle this fact by the testimony of & recent wfMess, and one Who may be said to speak almost by authority.jre ask yon to consider the follow Jog declaia- in an article published in toe tiov'hcrh LtUrary McsiengtTj a leading literary niogsziiit, Issued in Richmond, ana -heariog datc January, 1803. The writer, in an article entitled “The Great Danger of the Confede racy, ’' remarks as ' - “ ‘fast benign institution of slavery, which It is now the pride and glory of the' South to a*cr.bc to the conctption of Divinity, and which thia war has provciLltLbe, next to the devoted pitnolinn and undaunted resolution of her sons, the threat element of power in the Confederacy, will wore, in preventing too heavy an. icdaz from foreign chorea of that dies of population devoted to me nial pursuits, another bulwark against the en croachment-o* tbwffa tendencies. to democracy which have been ihe Paunora'e box of dieintegra llcn and ruin to all republics.” Id this passage we hare a singularly com prehensive summing up of the whole con troversy, together with the tssnrsms* thifc the South be practically closed, as far oe possible,against the introduction Of for eigners. Is it not an arrogant, assumption that so vast a territory- as these leaderr cialni, amounting to one million and a half of square miles—fifty times as large as Ireland and four times as' large as the whole of France and Germany united—shoplfl be dob ed to the working men of the world, who would delve In Its. njines. Bridge its rivers and arch its mountain peaks with the bold ness and creative genius ol their free labor? Ter, sayathls writer: ' “ Let ns seek at once tp eradicate every ves-. tlgc of taotaal democracy, every feature tend ing to mate ours a popular government, , making it subject only to the intelligent and virtuous, and those who nre interested in its successful administration." ' « What, w& may ask our adopted lellow-cU ' to be tae policy of these leaders to wards those foreigners who may possibly find a home in the” Confederacy ? Xet this author, whose ink is scarcely the question: - “Jfo foreigner who comes among ns after the straggle is over should ever enjoy the elective franchise. If we cannat check the spread over onr territory of that spawn of ignorance and crime, which flows In cndle-a Issue Irom the prisons and dens of corrup tion in the mart of Europe, we can at shut cut its cankering effects from the vi tals of onr body politic. 1 ' Will the hundreds of thousands of men who have landed on. onr shores to seek the privileges and blessings of Democratic gov ernment, blindly vote tor a party which tells them In advance that the? are to be denied the immunities ot citizenship, and that the avenues' of progress, are to be shut against them? ! To use the emphatic declaration of the 1 eatne writer, in Olngle sentence, we hold It Ito be true, as the witness tells ua, that . ■ — ( “ the South is now engaged in a death ! straggle with a radical democracy.*’.. , | We accept the Issue reluctantly, and with I heavy hearts that we must; but for the sake ; of freedom, for humanity, and ftr the world, | and we declare that onr-nation is now en • gaged, in a death straggle of. democracy j against aristocracy.and despotism. We shall | stand bv the Government, and by the Union, and shall willingly eoe all their enemies ; orerthronn, whether foreign or domestic, *xd cbef-.be Montgomery conatita'* Uods or peculiar xnsUtaiisns. t . . ■ Wc xbarc Little faith la “ the democratic party ol tbe poUilCt*lls, ,, bat we have an •abidingfaith In’ “the .democratic p»rtyor people." Permit tia to calTjour attea- the rceolutloDfivappenfled hereto, which bare been acted on Dj oar Executive Committee,.and also to the jmbUcatlona of oar Association herewith submitted. Not to prolong this Ictterby.'uuy aUaalon to other loplw of interest aad ImporUuce, wc beg to esboail to you several questions, an abswcl-tQ which will remove- the aouou is till. remaining la the miahsof many as to jonrviefte: ■"■••••■ ■**. you. are elected President, will j«a consider yourself to be thu President ol the Americas Union In I Ca v territorial tx'eat as ikexlstcd bsioie thCarst ordinance of scosa don? ' . 9. WJH you, *“*B /Ffsldcut of the United States, adopt the most vigorous. mcAiures ag»tr>6t foreign atd domestic cuetnlcs ? * 8. SbouldyoubceiccledFrcsloent, and the States of New York and Ohio should there upon secede irom the UtTioh-br the act of a portion of their citizens,- will yon deem them to be pubbe enemies, aui proceed against, them with all the resources at your command? • -• . 4.'Do ysu consider the American Union a -political organization from which any 00c or hi ore of tho States may retire at pleasure? 5. Will you, os President take immediate, steps for “a -cessation of hostilities/* hy,a go* era! suspension’of all mllitity operations against the traitors f And lostSy, Mr. Davis having declared, over the official. signature of Mr. Benjamin, his Secretary of State, that he “ hid no authori t> 10 receive proposals for negotiation except by virtue of his office as President of'&n in dependent coniederacy, and on tula basis aland must proposals be made to him”- 0. Will 30a, as President,' recognize tho Southern Conrakracy aa an ladcpendeut na ’ tion, in cider to take tbe first steps towards ntgotiatlons for peace ? : • ' . :. " These questions comprehend the vUsllssue - before the American people. ~*Upoa their so lution wtU depend the permanence of demo cratic liberty upon this continent/or tho erection of &n empire in direct’ antagonism to all the Ideas of freedom progress. " if elected PreiUdent,yoa will os elected by the voUs ol'ieariy a mlillon of workingmen. On thtir behalf, end on’onr own, werespect fully ask a clear and decided answer to tnese inquiries. -There are rimes when the Christian statesman nud the CoristUa tsoldler thaw a-moral heroism' that becomes subUme onYhe page of history,' fhaday ir cut past when new examples, arejicedcd for tbe tcacblne- of men Jre&tet Kssous tana can be langhc-by the coanictlog views of pirU s*ns t and tbe ambitions of less united men than joun?clr. . We have the honor to be, dear sir, voar obedient si rvants, - Jons 5. Reed. President. Wat B. Tatlob, Rec B<-c. Wm. OhAiro Bocume. Cor. Sec. . Chas. HopsßLur, Treasurer. Tbe above a loyal of workingmen in NoW*Torlr, ln augnrßted by loyal men upon a loyal plat form fur loyal ends, and not by McComoscs, Willards; and other sucu oestl- Knt as is the Chicago Worktug vrm»u’e Aeeociation. McCiclliU tk& nor, and dares not,,answer the vital question* con | triced therein. He knows ihui be must gire I an answer to each one of- them, asy oae u( ( which responses would commit him body i and soul to tbe JSfCrsrionis’s. it will be rc [ metuberedthut ibissamcaasoclitlouaddreas f cd a letter not long since to Presldeot Lln ; coin, which he answered folly and satis ! Jactoniy. • POLITICAL DIsrPEIIJLIICE A V AUIiLEiiriLLE, 1.-iI,. A Free Flshc, [Ccrrcsj>onOe£ce of the Clncinnill Gazette.} NonLEarnXß, lad., Sept. 17. Etfilora Gazette: A combat, resulting in the loss of life, took place iu Nobkavlilc, Hamilton county, led., to-day. For tbe. purpose.of giving a vetd clou* sccehmt cf it, and thus doing Justice to both parties, 1 send you tluscomtiiualca'' tton. AMcCleUan ratification mestieg was held here to-day. The ratetlng was large and en thusiastic. Thrspeaters: Puckett, Perkins, Moss and Branch, indulged lu the most In flammatosjr remarks, stating that Lincoln's despotism surpassed that ol the Autocrat of Russia, of Austria, 'or of the King of Da boo/ey, wfib had pyramids of skulls around his throne. V ; v ‘ • That Lincoln would tolerate no religion or politics except"his own. And when a good and patriotic Demociat differed with aim} Lincoln would lucarcerate-hlm la a dungeon, let Ljpi remain until broken in spirit and nrined in property, he would reka»c him without any accusation, and-whlle innocent cf all crime, except being an honest and pat riotic Democrat, That Lincoln was to blame for all the starvation und brutality shown cur prisoners in the South, because the South would not-exchange negroes tor white men. In fact, the speeches were Of the most inflammatory, vile,* false, and sconda lous cbaractfj*. i The meeting was at the tame time of the !• Agricultural Sanitary Fair, which was held i loathe benefit of scldlcrs, and it was gener ally believed that it was rotten no for the ; express purpose of injuring the Fair, aad thercry the soldiers. , The speakers had a great deal to say about - military arrests, and homebody celled upon .. Democrats to arm und tight their way.to the ’ polls. Great numbers, had revolvers and : knives strapped to their waists. . * While the speaking was-progressing in the j, Court House Square,'tbe heralds of the Fair ■ pasred through the- streets announcing th«" , programme, -jotted' by .the meeting, and : mane the announcement that inyjialf an hour the. fast bones would compete, and 1 then the balloon would aecehd; and at that ’ Hmc, 4 o’clock p. xn.* thp gates would ba j thrown wide open, sojhc wires and families ! of soldiers and others could enter and wit ness The during. exercises free ot charge.* t Umfcrace was taken al ihia oy the McClelUn ; men, who claimed that-It was a disgraceful* trick to P*doce Uitirmenirom hearing Dem ; ocratlc speecbfp,. : Atgiy eltcrcuUocs took place on the street, 1 and pers(>ni*tv.irc-fctrack with flats, but up I to this period no weapons were used, thongrC * they were on band in abundance. - ' About the time tbe McCirilan meeting | .closed on cnthubiastlc supporter of his -au Irishman fromAuawtown—declaredlhit'he ; “ would rather Ijfitoln- hanged tkanjleft { <d, Jt and before this remark was made, a few : cheers had been given fur JeiiT* Divis and i Valiandlghnm, an a-as soon as thcTrisbmau f said he *• would rather see Lincoln hanged than elected,” he was immediately knocked | down, sna men gathered thickly around tbe : - At this time D. R. Brown, Union eau- T'diaate for the State Senate, rode upTua, ! buggy and demanded, “ Wnat is this fads 1 about 1” On being told, he rose In his bm-gy I to make some remarks, to explain ,to the'ex [ cited crowd the nature of the.ciffichlty; and j by w»v ol explanation, suldthat the comma- I tion sod difficulty was caused by the false •und traitorous course and speeches of D ivid' Moes, end-others. About the time Brown fisisied speaking, many McClellan men, on boreeback and- in carriages, had: galhered in the street near him. as soon as Brown finished, loud- calls were made for the Key.. Lajton, who, mounting the said, “He would as soon-be a peace oeVilagu Peace Democrat;' tix&t' in spite of. pH thttr hypocritical pretenses, they were At this memcDt Dr. Braneu, one of the drunken orators of tbe day, rose in his top , buggy, and remarked, “Just there you tell a d—a lie!” and fired his revolver at,Layton.’ Instantly revolvers were drawn, and a gen-, cral and pronuecuens firing commenced. Haines, a good Union mao, Wiis la the act 01. striking down the pistol of Branch, one .Trittspo shot the DocUr in the bick, and fled." Trittap* was onhsrseback, and as he sped was saluted by a running fire ; ofpidtols. ‘He and hie horse were both kit, I and both ore said to ba dead. In the mean : time,' the prompt aad energetic defease of l UA citizens put the-McClellan l men to flight. > • Dr. Branch.who fired the first shot, was ' grazed on the side of the head. The civil ; officers immediately pounced upon him, and ; put him in jail. Tba? was all that saved his ; life, as twenty pistols were aimed at him when the Manual and others seized-klcn, and j by interposing thelrpersons. sxvedhisliie. .. j-> In-an'incredible abort , time the Union I League rushed to their armory, and arming | themselves, paraded’ the streets ready for ! any emergency, but tbe aggressors weroflee ) ingfrom town in alh.dlrectlonßj'aDik.with i most commecdablc speed While pirading [ oh the double-quick towards the grove north ! ot Noolesviile, they came in sight of a dozen ’ wagons, and a McClellan morsnal, with a red s&sn around him,-making, a speech, but'as | soon'ns they saw the citizen soldiers, they started in a run, isshiug their horses with might and main, and away they went, pull, nfell, and such a.ratUlng of chairs, crocking of whips, frantic cries to urge their horses to tbe top of their speed, was. never seen In Noblesviile before; They left the it women behind, and the last seen of the men In the wagons .was rtdjsashcs, jborses,wagons, men, hickory poles, and banners and. emblems disappearing in a cloud of dust and a tu mult ol fear. The Reverend Layton, & large and gallant gentleman, as brave andtrue-as. steel,-was not hit, the hall fattened on the iron sup. ports of Jesse Jackson's store. The scene for a time, amid the fighting of men, the tramping of horses, the.rapid explb i sloes of pistols and shot guns, wjtn the min- I gled screams of women and crying children, | was exciting and indescribable. I have thus ! given & : short, bat veracious.account jqT the | transaction. I have Written this beoaosc ► most extravagant accounts of it ate afloat. I The feeing McClellan men have clrcula • t»i the report that they were wantonly at i among the many rumors, Is one -tl at their women and children were kllledr All of these things are untrue. They fired the first shot,.came armed, commenced, the fieht, and got whipped. Hoosisa. Union Weetlnc at Bloomington. BLtiOJaxCToif, Sept. 21,18C4. Edilois Chicago Tribune: - On the tvempg of the 10th inst'we had & gloriane Union meeting here. The meeting was adorre&d by Hon S. \V. Monlton aha. S. hU CuUom. Tnc speeches were excellent and the greatest enthoilaam prevailed. - On tba2oih the tame gtuilcmen addressed aljrgenmsa meeting at LeKoy, in McLean county. This is the darkest spot ia'McLean, but there w>iß over one t:-ousiud perseas present, and vreat good was don-*. Put down McLean for 1,500 majority for Lincoln and, the Union*. Uxiox. The Morning Star (London) thus truth fully characterizes the u peicc” maneuvers of Tsllsuaichainand his school: "* ‘‘The word ‘peace' in the mouths of these men only means, ‘Let us go dawn on our knees before Slavery; let us‘moke the free North-* hunting-ground for the mau-steaier; let us tread out free thought, free speech, free political action, and elevate Slavery as the banner of the Republic; the fettered ne gro as the-comer stone of our civil polity.* It Is to promote the Cealsns *M these foes of all true and lasting -peace that Mr. Lindsay and his friends desire to use the In fluence of this great empire of freedom.” '"Are (be in WanUos Oprßoita? ' fc’ot a bit oi It! No shrewder, thriftier blatters of mony, exist on earthy ; Our Jersey people, and New - England poor pie are a frugal, Industrious people, but they' can’t save money like tho Germans, All Grrnuny Is r great savings bank.' It Is true tfcatthilr working men are not so rich/on pc average, cs ocr working ui“n,’beexaac ioey doh’t uet more tu.n oae-qauwc of the WHeisot out men Nat a German cm stye mt.obj, and be known wnea !c Is eats. Now l£» to. ehrewd. thrifty-Germane want; our want thorn by the’million*. Tbty turn aside irom the beggars of 'the world in Europe, and a* Re publicans. - They treat fibe notes of N«po- JcoD'aLd’ Joseph and Maxluulli&a with indif •tereacc, but wmJt to discount ail the American, notes that they cau get Tho London 2Ws eaye this is all «rong--tpattue Republicans in 'America are all and tho mast be crazy to slight British and French bregara, and go begging, Jkhcmselves. to America. Are. they crazy* Wo asked P*r Jtietord what he thonght about It. « Way,” saldbn, u bow can they be crazy, when they ore doing just what I did a little more th in a year ago, When I put jay Mlttle savings into Government six per cents N»w see. wbqi I got by it; just count up. I have received six per cent in cold, wblcb averaged 109 per cent In cur rency, mhtlngl3 per cent income. Now,to day, my bond la salable in the Now York market at 10 percent premium. Fat these togetter.and to-day 1 dave 23 percent for one year’s use of my money! what do you think of that? You know, os well as I do, that there are people who did this, and to-day they have 23 per cent on their investments. Wby, I saw Miss-Jones,, our school uisom, go to the bank and bay a SSOO bond. How she gotthemoney Idon’tbuow, but fliese Yankee school-fins tresses ore first rate bands at taking care ot thetfiaelves.; Well, now, count up. If Miss Jonessella her bonC s to-'d i»be gets her SSOO back safe, and she gets sllO clear gain. Con you sharp fel- Jous down, there in William street do any better? You know I told Mr. Smith, the banker, mj ideas' about that, ana be bbuebt $5,000 rfx per cent bonds, and you tee he' got §l,lOO (or a year’s use of his money. I met. him the ocher day, and he said. : Pcor Richard, you uro right; I begin to think thq Government can take care of itself and us too. For my part, Y mean to buy some ol the 7-80’s. The rata 01 interest is nigh enough, and la three years they will turn into six petccat binds again.’ ‘Yes, Mr.Smllb, it is right- on the 'money side; but it is right.on the country’s side too. Help yon?country or It can’t help you.’ Now, I say the Germans ore not only right, but they Would he.rigbj If they got half that interest- They cadnot moke a quarter of it at home.” So thought Poor Richard, and so think we. Wien we think otthtfGerman opinion of our situation slid oar financial strength, we musi remember^that they arc far better' Judges ot onr condition than We are, or onr enemies are. Tney are look ers They baritone of our enmities or prejudices. They can examine the facts disinterestedly. They do; and the result is a verdict that the American Government is stable —Its ability and integ rity In meeting its financial cucngemcnla ua quesliouale. This vcnlict, too, is founded on a scries of facts which art unimpeacha ble and well known to every'intelligent American. Take two or three of the most important: 1. The United States douoles Us population every twenty-five years. The population of the country, which In 1350 uaa twenty-three millions, will in 1875 be forty-alx millions. Bat the rebellion! sa>s tome one. How much his the rebellion di minished of the Unified StUea? Tate this astonishing fact, that if*all the ' rebel States had been sank in the. Pa cific Ocean, the United States would in 1375 have a population equal to that of the whole JnlßCo. in other/voids, fifteen years will supply the totri loss of me eleven original rebel States! What can impede the progress of inch a country? 2. The wealth of the country increased 127 per cent, in ten years! Now let it increase hot 80 from 1850 to 1870, and It will amount to ten times all the loans of-the Government. The' German knows what be Is about. He will get the largest income from loans lu the world, on the safest s:carity. No snch opportunity has occnrre 1 before for the Investment of money, and la all probability will never occur again. It the American does cot know and take advantigo of this, the German and Frenchman will.— Ef. Resignation of Col. Shaffer. ’ / - HZADQTURTEIIS AUMT OP TUX JAKE S, | 6ept.lß. lS5t r Col. J. W. Shaffer, Chief of Staff to' Gen. Butler, has resigned his commission, his res ignation has been ncciptt d, and he goes in a few days to his home in Illinois ‘ Commis sioned at the heginnlfg of the war as Cap tain and A. Q. M., he s&rved in that capacity' some time at the West, was then mad? Colo nel and Chief Quartermaster of the Depart ment of the South,' flattened at Port Royal. -Thplce he was ordered to Washington .to be sent as Chief Quartermaster of the armies on the Mleslssipjji, hut New Orleans having ‘been taken ahopt tbat time, he was dispatch ed forthwith in the eime capacity to that place, where daring eight months hi* labors Wt-re so arduous that In' January, ISO 3, he was obliged to'come North la Tcry poor hwltb. ' Dla originally fine constitution seeming to be so shattered as to preclude the hope of re turning to active doty, be tendered bis resig nation. Secretary Stanton, however, posi tively refaaed to permit him to resign, saying be might boro time to recover bis health, bat abonla not leave the service Gen. Butler, on being aaelsued to the De partment of Virginia-and North Carolina, tendered Col. Sbaffec. the position if Cblef- which be accepted; although still in delicate health. Since then be has perform ed the duties of that position to the entire satisfaction of even bo exacting an officer os Gen. Butler. And if Ms efficiency baa met the approval of tbe General, not- less lu* he, by force-of character and social qualities, ‘won tbe respect and love of bis brotherataff officers, and all others-who have come la qoul&ct with him. . Some time ago, when it became apparent to bis friends and to Mfnaelf tint be must quit the service or become hopelessly brokfti in health, Gen.' Batler 'finally consented to part with him, and with ample te&tlmopy to ihe great services he had rendered, forwird eo bTrrefilguatlon, and procured its accept sneew Col. Shaffer will shortly go west, where, aa far ub his strength will penult, he will uidlu tbe'pollUcal campaign, since be believ.'s that on tbe defeat of the' Chicago nominees at the polls depends the defeat of the rebel armies in the field. 4 General Weltzell will succeed him, at least temporarily, as Chiet of Staff. Strawn Kenosha, Wia., Sept. 20th, ISSL Editors Chicago Tribune:' I assisted la taking the vote on the MU waukth train out of Chicago this morning, which resulted as lollops: Lincoln McClellan Fremont. There were eighteen furloughed soldiers on the train who voted: . • Lincoln ............A ...•/....V. 1 .... JlcCleUanv.-.. Very respectfully, J. W. Deqkba. ' VEDM iIOUHT> CITT. . . United Statzs Gcnzbal Hospital, ) 3IouW) Cirr,LL,Sep. S2d,lß>L'' f Editors Chicago Tribunes , DHirous of learning bow tbe army stands respecting the comin? election, I have just cjuvaese* thls hospilal with t&e following rCsnlf; Lincoln, ,>......475 ileCJtjlluQ i 50 Fremont 6 Uncecided. No votes were received of persons less ■than twenty-one years old, and I know.of no reason why the abqveis not a fair ercpre sentaticn or public sentiment in ihe West ern army. 8. S. Monnn.it, Chaplain U. S. A. * v Copi>eibead Fizzle at Ottawa. Ottawa, IU , Sept. 21,15C4. Editors Chicago Tribune; . I noticed in the Tints* Issue of yesterday an account of the Democratic meeting .held at this place on last Saturday, thQ N l7th Inst,' wherein it was claimed to have been; the largest political gathering crcr held la La Salle comity. The'Vuth of the matter: Is that it was, everything considered* the grandest fizzle aud humbug ever served up in this pIJCt?. it fair day, a profo- i siou cf marshals, u pole-raising, and a wide'- spread plan ef operations in progress (as It was well Known who was. to. be President, etc., 4 long beforehand), v and yet.coaid not muster a muchjarger. crowd than c±n be gathered together ut any time on a Situr day. There been some thirty or forty teams In the procession—not more— tlat the assistant-marshals picked up at tus • entrance of diflTer&L- roads leading to tae eitjvandjoa may see how easy that could be done, when fire hundred teams frequent ■ )y may be counted in our streets at one and the same tune,’ A person jocoeeJyremarkcd, “I hate seen a larger crowd jarouad a dog fight,*’ and he was nef far from the truth. And “Joking Alec” said,- “I wish the Dem ocratic party would ccaw holding meetings; it scares all the people ont of town; we will gel no grain.” It Was a complete fizzle from beginning to end. So you may nail that account ot their grand meeting as be ing a Copperhead falsehood in point of fact. The Democratic party, it seems, have, yet to Ifgrn that It is iurftosfeible to create an en thufijtm when the. people know mat they are doing wrong. A Citizen, The Highest Capture of the War. 4 From the IfasbrtUe Times, Sept,Tl.j ’ • The Lebanon .branch Railroad, in K‘n tncky,w»j the sqene, Monday morning, of Btrategyend chUalry uneqnaled in-tblt or any bttieivwar. The train left Louisville with ! two car loads of passengers who were going i ant to a McClellan pic-nic, in the neighbor hood «Y large banner in ; scribed with the motto:. i “S’CLELLAir aWd rarDLBTOK, . • TTe *nme mr rights. ■ , | And l-neynnaAdare mdtofawx. • TPhlle the train w*fi leaving the LonlsTine depat,-* squad of guerillas, conaistmg of t*vo l-men and two very small beys, had captured I twelve laborers on a hand*car, a short dia* i tanceHonvthe Itebauon Juyctioa. Thegntr \ iljta made those m?n withdraw behind a ; clnmp af hushes som^ distance from the 1 raid as* placed one ot their number aver • i them, so that the' party shanld present the aipearance of aeqnad of apldicram aaibnih, ; "WSea the .tr*in for Lebanon -came up, the 1 guerillas halted- It, told the pawenjejs they 1 hao a'hundred man Ha amboflcaae; and or- I ietei them to hind i»nl..Uelr m..ey. 1 T-atcies, arm*, etc., ttUCO tie frlgtitesed i (IhiCflEoiats—did with woiderfol celeritr. ; We tappoie the McCleUan bfnaer waidekcn ' for a ehiit «r a pocket-hindkerchieL After • the rbbVerj of the train,J»y two men aad I two very Uttle boys, was completed, the A robbers whase cunning is really laughable, j set fire to the train, consisting of an express I and two passenger cars, ana destroyed it | entirely. Little Mac” and the Gun boats. ' he Takes a Little Wap while the M fight is Going oa. s._ Hs. gets -Fatigued for - . flews.. ■ Some tlejß since !hc N. Y. TTorfd attacked the £t*nirg fat for stating that McClellan spent Lis time on a gunboats oaring the bat tle of Mfllvexn Hill. A'correspondent ot tfie comes to the rescue, with* the fol lowing being the daily Journalof ward room officer of thiTU. .S.'eteumcrGale&a, who was a mm of decid ed McClellan proclivities, until after tua Perausubr-campaign and tho merited re moval of McClelian from bis command. The diary reads: • U U. a. StsamshGalzva.) Cabtxr’s Dock, Jambs Bitbu, w • - Monday, Jono 80,1802. I 7a. m. Ran upthe river a short dlstaacs; reiurucd abuutS a. ' Ab»ut 8:30 we came •n right' of Gen, division—many of the lioops in shimming af the dock—went afbore with Captain Rodgers and strolled up to Carleris house—returned about Ip. m. with a yery confused notion aa to wnatthe rteuit of the past day’s fighting really Is; Efchafficer gave a different statement, all agreeing, however/that the. movement was an intended one. A' battle la exp&ced to -day. 2.4). m. Ran up tne river to find head*, quarters'of Gen. McClellan, arrlna*- near' Turkey Island, were told by on . tbe brach that he was near bv, Capt. Rodg ers went on shore and in about du honrrc-7 turned wi»h the Commander-In-Chief. Re ceived In undress uniform—was .accompan ied by the Prluce-de Joluvilie and his two A.bont 4 p. m. signal cam", t( Ea - advancing X ll lar ce force upon the left.” TVe Immediately got under way, ran about a mile Ihrtbcr npi-wherc wc could distiaccty bear on io'cesaant roar of artillery, apparcot- Jyutdy a mtlo or.twofrom us. 'We then commenced throwing ebril up wards aacL to mo left. la a lew moments wc rtebived signal, “Tour ehelis doing well.” -We continued thus uutll nearly suu dow», firing accaidlug to i-ignais from the eimy eeciMrom rbo lore top. After this we received the following dispatches; “McCall la breaking.” , ' ~ “ Porter’s Division falling b*£k.” “ Sumner is having a hard time/* Qtß.'McCieMau then left for the field. The next dispatch was, “Keyes* Division falling back.” * All this indeed was pjoomy enough, but the next signal was zuorucbeertng: “ Hclnt zcJmjD la ctivlcg Hie enemy before him/* The nest. “Our men bringing in enemy’s wounded.” ' . " - - At 11 p/jnheard that wc had held onr position, and taken some thousand prisoners. U. S. SxfeAitsit Galzsa, BimnsoM's Ban. I . Jaios luvzil Vo., Taeaoay, July 1,1882. f All sorts oi rumors are flying aouat the .vcetel concerning the result of yesterday’s battle. It appears that onr firing was very accurate. An engineer officer Wtfo came on board this morning bet's that hc*vy gum are being placed In petition on the bruw of a hill (Malvern,) near the scene of yesterday’s conflict- / Da. m,—McClellan has just come on board again. ' • 10 a. m.—Under way down the’ river, tak ing McClellan wltli ns, who* being consider ably fatigued,<has*gone in tbe cabin fora little nap. About noon ye came to u Har rison’s Bar*” where there la a large number of transports lying, to bring np stores and take down wounded. , . . A bailie iSjtxpeeted again. The Spaulding has been sent to the supposed field of action. 12:30 p. m.—Tog came* alongside sod took McClellan and Franklin to the encampment. Id aboutTbu tour they returned, when we started up the river. As wc pass, on up we can hear heavy tiring. Attar passing Crr vUrie Landing it increases to a perfect .McClellan, though quietly smokiag a cigar on the'quarter-deck, seems a little ‘ anxious and looks now and then inquiringly at the signal officer, who Is-receiving a mea sage from shcrc. In a minute or two he re ~bott9, “Heavy firingnearPorter's division. 77- Next comes a message-demanding hla pres .cncc on shore. A'boat Is manned, and, with three cheers from officers an rcrew, otf goes the man ujon whom hangs the destiny of the .American people. The firing still con tinues, hearer and loader than before. The enemy are making a desperate advance upon onr artillery," but they never can pass the brow of that hllL • About 0 p. m. wc ran up and threw In a few shell with good effect .. D,p. m.—The firing has almost ceased. ■ Nous oh shores “Slaughter immense,” “en-* emy in full retreat!’ : ■ 11 p. m.—McClellan has jost returned, ac companied by Gen. Marcy. Macaays: “They took one gnu from us yesterday, but to-day We have taken many of their guos add-col ors.” “res,” said Marcy, “we Whlppud them like the devil tc-day!” and with this emphatic and encouraging assurance t retire, feeling well satisfied, that if comes from a “reliable gentleman.” * 12 in —From what 1 can gather by the con-* v< nation of McClellan, we may expect to, see the major part of the army at Harrison's Landing tomorrow. • ! ■ . TJ. fl. Srsjunrti Gaijdu, 1 Uawubo.n’sCaji, JaadtsHrrxa, V Wednesday, Julj 2,1862.| ' Up anchor at daylight and ran down to Harrison's Bar. Bunk lined with stragglers. 9:80 a. the Yanaerbllt. Quite a fleet hero noW. Nearly all the army hire. Slight skirmishing is going ou with the rear-guard,-but solar all hare fallen back in tolerable order, unfortunately leav ing the wounded behind with surgeons and ■ flog of truce. The enemy were so badly Maten yesterd-jy that they will hardly pur sue us to-day.. Add to this a cald, heavy rain, and tee inference is rendered more strong. - ' ; blue ItltueshortlyaUcrwecimeto anchor, to Inspect tbe troops. ■ < What the rueanlnVof this rapid movement is,not a single officer'with'whom I''bare cotTCrsed seems able even to conjecture. Bad a conversation ; wHu Gen. Andrew Bor er, who inclines-to the opinion, that the move is almost inhstcrly,piece of sfratcgyl Others regard it as an absolute and horned •necessity,-leaving our dead and wounded on the.field, with nu protection whatever, does not look much like strategy, but still I have nottheability Towards evening, .Lieut. Clnm reports a signal tbit-tbe enemy are annoying our wagon trains, flelntzel man and • Sumner are reported wounded, McCall taken prisoner;. 0:59 p. m-, Mac oa board again—no 6pedalnews;Jo:Si>'p. m., evfcrylhiiig quiet, , , • U^S.Steamst.Galeka, • -) Hktanswi’a Bab, Jaxes Jkvisn. Va., v x ’ Thursday, Joy 8,1882. ) Up to 9a -m nothing especial. About 10 a. m. Mac Itlt us, looking more anxious thm pleasant. 'When told that a transport could beaten coming up tfceriver with trobps, bis-, face bilgbieneaup. • : ' This, we believe, was bis last appearance on the Galena. Though, on reading farther, it doea.sot seem positive that be .did not again come on board with Qea. Pits Jehu Toiler, that was. / Trusting that sJmae ex tracts, from a perfectly trustworthy source, will settle this matter, I remain, very res respccfnily, your obedient servant. ' Sept; 10,~1S&L . . Yekuil A. liond Call : . The New Tork Herald calls' lustily on Gaor Pendleton to define his'posltlon. It says: With a- perfectly sound’/patriotic' letter from Mr. Teudieton the chances for the sac cees of .the Democratic, ticket woald be in creased materially, while' wlthsutjsome such • distinct and emphatic utterance bis antece dents will prove an.' 1 * Old Man of the gea”- whicb Gcfru McClellands populurlcy (?) may be unable to shake off or overcome. Tbe ptest-m great crisis of our nation*! is one which 'demands that every ctm ' didate' for jfublic trust^'.shall act witlT 4he utmost irankness. • We must know beyond or cavil*who are Jor the Union, tbe Constitution and maintenance of-the laws, and . who are in 6) mpatby, whether secret or open, with Jeff. Davis* .conspirators W? •therefore again call upon Mri Pendleton, candidate for [vice President on the ticket with General Mc- Clellan, to define Mb position in reference to the Chicago platiorm—if, indeed, that “In sult to the human understanding” can be coiled a platform at all. Let ua know wheth er he accepts that political “What Is It”: iu its Bectspioh or its Union aspect. , Hlarec-~ ordin Congress makes a,distincTavowal of bis present principles all the more nuces*a- * ry. That record, in a national and Union Jovlrg point of view, was 'decidedly bad. Bis vote is recorded many, If not la ’ oil case* the measures necessary.to uphold tbe success of our national arms and topnt down the rebellion. We therefore call upon him wltlr earnestness to define Ms present'views and position.— pg* Ycz campaign documents the Hc- Cltliun Democracy are circulating the fol lowing;' - ' ' Bishop Hopkins* delense of. slavery an Scriptural grounds. Prof. Morse’s argument in favor of slavery on ethical grounds, Alexander Long’s secession speech in Con* gress. . a • • • , Esf John G. ‘Nicolay, Esq., and Major John Eeny, thePresldent's'private Secreta ries, drew first class prizes in the draft at the other'day. BBJlliOrb iiOiii)' COM* JL -pakt. > NOTICE OF DIVIDEND, NO. 6. A DtVliteod of Cdp psr Cent, tor tne month oi An* nri has faced o»clare*l pa?avbj« tee Offlca d tho Conpaov. 8t Jobu t ttert, Now York, on and aftai S-pt. ifith, ]M>n soarcbolaan of Becotd at tbs cl&Bo cf luslten nsiadny. wAy.TTTK E. LA WTO?. Treasurer. lelMliaerU • ipoAi.l OCTAL! COAL! f f-HICASO, Bej»\ 20,15 M. - TJ e pcra:V.-n,PittFtoß, 'WiiHeitajre.aad Sham ß2nn C»a» Coc , oiß>'Ci PeflDsjlvaßia, can uov-aupalv t«»iHe*.brf«CTß. batera ucd country dealer*, *Vh lirtT*Small Krr. Etricaa« Ciwtanl S iv »be iaioe toj ur atLOWESr MAS- Bioastnreb, DrtarHin, Erl-, Chip.' Wdyeana liltuo&caati. South e ari*t f’reat 2i2. E j et Mslisaa atTiet«Ld Sen* Clarkßtreit corlh ct-ihe C. B. * Q. Bar-ro»« CrfMliy?. fc6to ® ceßo i 5 6 p'| 7 KRr LAW .kc3l fcWV L -0«a • -■ BCPERT LAW. Ti LDkBEBMANUFAC^UR ttro jj. w. Epaoldißc’a patent aawteatk la. Mned la circular eawat all*, repairisc la al!*lti b*aacc«>. nuolicasa teeih cwstanHy on Via*, »iiea t web. All wlrdi of r»«a fora’ehedat ike toAiu- tiaiiiU •rwarkiaae SSSSei at., bet- Franklin and Market, Chicago* __ nPHOMAS JOSTEB, wholesale X ud read deilK la Gram B»r, 81. CUII «M BK?i*aw Lunber, Shlnzlea-'Ano Lata. AIM Soak. Cooreand BUnaa, noor*nd wmaow, FramesA~t GroyaitfMt footof6eyenteeathatr«et,Cklcaira,lL. A—HaTIM r&Uro*d track In Iks yard, tacillßes tor •htoon** atsarpafre-l. Fast Ofllceßox2oM. % AOIS-pSffi-lUI (^rairinai (MPORTAHTtoFEMAIK PEOCAMAXIOW TO THE LtVIHES, BOTH KAKRTED ARI) SHTG-LE. Hie .Oldest Regrulator'ibr Females-. Thfire Ii bet oae GEM DINK A7TD SDBB CITRB to* gRMAtgi «ti» Adder AomxsEsouiAorrcu.oro» CTKVcnosßov Tua xzaass> wtxstover may hs the cause of those obstrociiota. TEH ONLY BAFS HiILIAtiCB U In Female Pili?,' that Esdies have tir redef from the taupreciea Cl these Pkbiods v-bleb.lf «.eetop acc>irdiafftu the cfttu Of y3tcw.,wll!GUillAjrrEKTo.TllEH the tollesi Amount or pooA bcslth and strength: and «rhlnh,U BOt icralflrlT ciperleaced. will rrodnce_MlaElSY, ANIHiBATE, acu Is thaV'nß*? ov alx. Bwcaurae roaTlKaAaaß ov 1 'Female /Pills. THIS GOOD OLD REMEDY for all obstruction oas been bailed with pleasure acd nr<-c; roa twmktv fits VEAK9. tu all parts of the clrilleed world. author Is A?T OLD PHYSICIAN, whom averrbody knows, and In whom eTerybcdj placer coafidenr.e and re<toect. It Ii mo snaw-riMOLsm asEUlQiiccxT, tat e B2U RDY, Ck«um’g Pills EAVTf NKVE-i FAILED, and tnooicndi of ciren* catca to Ujl« eifect can be found to all parts of the country. The proprietors of Dr. Cbcoscmau’s LOSft- TBXBD EECTPB (JOiriutfio that ONE BOX Will tha natural monthly fooctlou to AKT FBKALK. NO MAtTtB WHATIIAB CONDITION.OB AGS, In dsed, sooextunara tmm le Pill^ vrmcTi hxV3 am ajtz stru cttssa ?oa OVER A QUAHTER OF A CENTUET, to restore tha menstrual sow la a natural way, and ore a post dm ro’ xnody fSr olVentnpJalrU pnruUar to Fem*lCfl,niDacnr» with ossrarsTT fvbiodxc.il xzzcumjuazzT. Oiiifseiaa.ti's -Female Pill?,- Are the unly medicine that MARRIED AND SINGLB ' LADIES have relied upon fer many yean, or caa rely upon uow. • BEWARE OP IMITATIONS I Takethlsadrerasement to your Druggist, aai tel blra that you want ~ The Best Female Medicine in the World, WHICH IS COMPRISED IN These tub rrsxsT pnspAiuxiojr svga fu~ ro«WAHi>, IMM9£IAT£ and PKR3ISTBNT SUCCESS* uesra 1 siH>£cs:ma»: Dr.Cheesemdn’BPGla hive received. and are oow receiving tDe sanction of the most ueurar Purer* StrLlciT dihectwons with each box. The me*, ONE IKiLlulBr&B BOX.-coatalnlng Urea fifty to aixt j PUis. ✓ PUlasentßT XAiL.PsoHPTtT, by remitting to tba proprietors, or any authorized auent. * Sold by Druggists generally. Trade supplied by LORff&SMnTT/Wholesale Drug stota. 23 Lake street, CMcsro. EGTOfflftGS & B3LLYEB, . d*s-rga-ltewa*.gn)la / gl Cedar street New Toric, STo (Contractor!?. TO CONTRACTORS, AISIBTS&T QtrZSTEXiUaTXKM 0F71C2, > cz«p Ulm Sept- id. *3*4, ) B&»l«d UjCpcis.il IQ <lnj>Uca,W are mfUM *bd wtU be receives- or foe nadsrdjmed. at bit offlca m Caupßonzlaa, Ill.,aatJ| )l M. FKIDAT, tboSOta dsy Ct S*ptrtnb«r. iFfil, JerTarauldaz nsaer contact: Cast Iron Pipe*. &c. received for raarraneeTqsnt Of Water warts at C»tnn Dsmlia. til, of theldOoir* itrfecetn, tore find thjcsnspi oi Casases, viz : 1- M iect-6 inch bore Cans?, K ucb fiuoi. su .. -a ** •• “ 54 •• - .1 SlncbTcasnecams rcr6lttfh pips. - 5 —« “ Bcna», 4ft joaz f male and female lew*. ▼ 2 - 6 •* T ccnacctl-ms. with 3 inch branch. 8 - —3 “ Plow. 3 . —h v au*-ter. X 4 PusPliua.3 Icab outlet. 2 —Sincb T coccectioaj. a 3 •* Sieertf. ■ To te cajtlal»ogtbs cf Itfest eacb.wltb male and female Joiatu, to be of the beat Qa*UitTof dwuatf sad water tijbt, subject, lot cartful Jaepcctloo to be tasted by the t Incase Cljy TVatar tVo.-ka Compvuy, at the expense of »e contractor, acd m a«tsa Vie sene-prepare as required cf p.pesef* relative size now tr nse Sc the city or ci'icajro. To be ceimrea wnlnm teeter isfa from tfcs date ,ol contract, »t Camp Dwngla*, ebarca Buccciafci tlddsiswilioe prepared te eater into witttsn eAotrsc*. wvb eooa ana EuC2c;snt ietn.itj, bmntd!a>e!7 to tea acceownce of ihmr htd*. Kacb bic nmrtbemibefoliavlcxforat Tte»niiicna*r» beretvrproocaa to fnrnltb and de liver to the Ucitca States at tbs Qaartermafttex’s pepartEicai at Cmqd l>oszl»s, IU. ajr-ab yto rue term* *fjonr adreruaemint invitin' proooiaH for arn>j luppjea, d&icu btptemorrifltb, ISS4; tot fob lowiieaxuciM.Tiz; , . , at cent* per pesn*. and pledge on*. ~ selves ta entrr tnto a written contract w<tb cue Uni ted state*, uubpcoi approved eecarlXttv.wisbt:. eve ■oare of Qvn dan aiter.briag notified tba; me bid has oceo accepted -L IVKM OP QXJBXAKTf. Wo. the ordejsUaed, residents of .in the tconty ct , sra e cf , rirrs'lyjomtiyan-l ie»«r*Jly coTuant with ihe tTnlstd State*.and «a»r »»ten in cm* the foregdtg bid ot he accepted, that heonfiey ▼ill *i»in nv« <Jaja after the ►renp tance of the e&ld old eiecusa tha extract f#r tea. latco mth rcoc ard aQlQuent ratenea, la a eata' •eqa«ltoone*Oii»do» the amount ot the aontrset, to Eerform.ine work o furnish f'e article! piopond i Cvnwtmity to the terse* ot aivesttataieat, dated ——, the bid wa* roads. . Aid in case • tialijfsb to eatsr-fflto a con tract is »l*re»*ie, w? guaranty to maka good tao rilTettncea between ihe otfw t>~ <?e- , *ald ■■ ■- and tbecotlosest zcsponslb.e bidder,or the person to ▼hero tie mar no awarded. Given osSar our Lands ani si&ls, f [sval.l tht« cav of i«4. * • s is*4X.J .Ibfr DDter»i<r.ed ro»arve* Ibetlsbt to rtjee; any or all bldaL*C»<sLC(J onxeascnariu*. . Hie* will h* *Dttrtamed-fot the entire quantity re ir ired to he fntniltec- only. Payments will be laser a* inch tli&M and In such fane* as may be proviaert by the Der-Sitroaat. . Fropoiala »o»tb- ardoi«:d N rro>o4*l« forCTCt*. Ires for w*»fr WcrKs,” and aad*«*e4to capu CIIAIiLEa GOOEMAN, A. Q 21., ac Camp DCD2t«, Avy further UtorroaUon def-Irfid wHlbs rlvea on aell-ts>i-lQt -. L'apC.andA.Q.M. ABMSXAMT QIJaETEEMAS. TEE'S OFFICE, nocs I?u6n>, r.!., oapt. 17,18 M. SEALED I’KOPOSaLb la trapticasa are Inrlied, an a will be itceircc by ibafladefeizaedat bis olSte. lnEocnlelwd,lil.,a»s‘l FP.1D4.1-11 a-, SOtb da/ of BcpretDier, ;s«4, fc? famt-bini. under ctntracr,one havered thun«.iDd bn-beis Bitmnlacns Coal, to ba «le liTete-iCttweentba Ist andsut October, ISJl?aai fax-tie months of-Numcjur and December, urt», and Jatutry and Febru-vj, iaa, forty thousand wash- , oil per juomb, udVk? ctber«»e ©reared by tho Qu»r termaster General, or prejaer authority, to be deUTeittl at Kook island Government' switch, coLitjncted onj.be lalAnd, free of charge EldayiDlbeeniettalcedfot th& quantity required Bep9Tatel*vo-f#rtUo qnantlry required each month. • -sccceesm; hldcerawH be prepared to enter into written cmiracts, with good »:■ smUcient McorEy, Immediately on.lbo ortbclr bid*. E»cb bid meat be 1b uq following form: Tba sab* - i*rllieral:erobypropose to tarnish and dellverlotba United Stafe* at ibo Qn»rtrrma3ter’B Pvoot at Rocs , island, ID* ;• agreeably to tbe terms of you: adver tisement mvldoar - proposals lor army supplies, cared Sept I7W, ISo-f, fhs following aritclea, ?la» ——mod pledge ■ to cn r er into a written contract with tbe United Stvtcs.wlib good as* approroa secomlea, witblD me spate of fire days after being, notified tbas the bid baa ne* n accented. ■ - " FORM OF OITASASTT. • We, the rendent* of - la the Cotusiy o! - Hereby Jointly and s*-t --•; ady cot. na- twlib the Unitsd Staioi.tma snaianteo mcascihr femfomir bid be accepted, that 'be or they will within d«yv after the ac* - ceptance ot the said bu. exeent*. the contract for tne ssme with good and luClcie it sbretle*. in a stun equal ta oce-tbiro cf the amount of shsconiract, to perform ! tte wart -or tarnish the article? propped la confbnm'y to the t*«n-of advertisement dated the— ißW,an* dexxshlch'hotddw»»ia\de*.a©d in ease said—shall f»U to e2iertc.ro contract as eloxeaali. we raarattpe tr. ir aka good the d-fferesce between the enter by the gam .—■■ ...-tane next lowest responsible bid der, or the-person to whom the contract maybe * Circa under my band and teal this, 1 day pf .IMI. [BEILJ Ihe undersigned reserves the tight to reject any or all bids, tf denncdCpnrcaaocablß. Bid* will be en tertained for the entire qaaauty required, or sepa r*E?!jmeiitwUlbemadeTjpQ3thecbnipietlcioreach t contract.lf read© monthly, and estlie -qtfantlty dc* • Uvcrsd. id tocn fnnda asmay be pro Tided by tba Be- FicpOßaU most bo endorsed 41 Proposals for Coal," ‘ and adfteiied to Capt. B. F. Beno, A. Q- l! n at Bock ’tnrtberinfrumatlcn desired, given, an application to fcepUS-sfli-Ut Capt. 4A.A.Q. if. T>BOPOSAXSFOB*oO.OOOSEW- 1 Jr SRaGE Bordf. #»,COO water Boars ud $15,0» , ahart SSatlcipa' Bones of v-ceny-of CUtaco, “ . , . ciTrCcaifmiu.aa’B Orncx, ) cmc*oa. sept iiuxTissj. f BBsLED PBOFO3ALS trill iaitcciVcU attbls oflica ociH , September S6tb. at ti o’clock M., jatica the same wib oe pnolley opa-sd for «« whole or an* port of Fifty Tbocsaad Bailors (Ci),OW) of Be*- eiefeJfcndi cl ibe denomination or one thousand. OOliaia each.datea Jail in, IS6I, and oyik eta Nag /Tors twen-y-.’oor years amr tsei7Cate,withcoapcni /or interest attbo rate otrsyea (1) per cent, per an num. paj»biesemi actuauyinNewYork,-a.sinking tana ji tnoMded for »heir redemption * Aleo, tor tas vhcle ar any pare ef Mn*ty-Elcht Tboniaad Boilers (|39.tbo> ci jWer Bonds of ana ttMuaaa dollars eacc, payable *n Kew V o?k July tat, IcSL «ub coqooej far intern: ITthe rate of sevsa O) j par cfM ptr annum, -payable »rml-*nuualty. Kor : tlffe Dotes taexaoh of Cecity la piedtca.anitaxv j txn required Or law it nacersu?. Tie wawrraon are alsa ipaciaiiy appropriated, which last yeasj Tjel«»ea asurplus ct >i.9,is9<o auer .paying interest | on the ira erdeht. arid are end increasisf. - I Alao. fOi Jltteen ihourand Da Ursaual payable Die. lit otk.oriu* same de tcmnaticnare imeraetfreananuna-rT at Btyaa (7> pirctnu Asixuseiuimisprondsdfortbertdttnp— Hanoi tfce'.obci.<9al9o. / ✓ The rre petals «ii:e>»cify the kind ana amount de tlnd. aaa price Via per > i£.W lirteo». fcta;he*t>laca oi ce!iTir»,wbe*trClxlc»iio.ar.yc'FYofi- Tt«r*er eons tsteaa stapouu are sccapien wju tecflre taio> B>atioDofibef*taeaethJsotfice«or at tsa otllce of Hirers. Duncan. Sbe.lMad Co- Ne«e tort, as may becensnst'd )a thru nropenia wbaraibor Pints re quired to ifekOit Titun ate days sfler the #>«nng 01 ln» piepoialstbesnms awarded to tfiea rssseo trrely, wtik :*t praaiams svereaa, ant ibo interest accrued from July lit to the time of dipasiS of p iy. ■ mrst ■ Bends will V* delivered ta Ctrcija.sept.fjLc, ax d m N*w-Yora SeoteoheaSftb, at the place aforo »a«J to tae parties eumlid xftia, Yacb or»o«ia! s<oald bs s*s ed, and •cdnrsrd *’ PTcpora.’s fer Uty Bcnth,” and addreasito the uu detmeed. an- »6**e tbs parties are aet known to fal>« sbcuid contain references. Tit CtJDotroner Kiefffs, asr.iual.tbe rlabtto r«»- jeet any cr ah the bids, if U>4 public laisrcsu should recuire it. ' S b. SaVE-i, m City Ccmpcroller. * TVIBSOLUfIOiT HOflCE.—The JL/coDaftcenbip beretoicro exiting batwasaFln ]»y A Co. is tbladaj clan-lred by mutual eastern. Hereafter tbe buustfs WiU Do carried on by Wilijm liedcatn A Co. . • - WIL REOPAT3, iHwunnaL W. B. MERWIX & C9,’S C\o 3L.U]Mt,W- jos xaa > * / \ Eiiiirimi COMTOtWDS mow, BiEis m leaves. ■•SBSfKLfSSg&'iniit mm m rare, d£csu cl tto>, UU Ha MH HM una ary organs, »ucb uia< MM MM Mil MM CklWlctc® Oltne. MU MU Mid MM •Jsffanstio oj «fie bladder, MM MM MU hUt iQOft&auoQMtaeKidndjSi MM MU UK MM E\oneH.*M-Bl*ooer,etrc- UM MM MM MU turct Gravel, Oleet, ®cu- MM MMMM mm center*. »oa la tepee! aiiy MM MM at MM irce-ni£n»cora lo taoee Mil MMM MM cuts sf ff.our Altai for T"btt'dlß femaluj whire all tba old DkQakU ffiedl* I* la prepared la a highly cm»!i*>eTUle3e concen* atal form,' the dcioonly bilng from one cc? c c to two KMpooii&u throe rCCCCCCCC trnfOkdar. - LC CC is u diaruUc sad altera* CC CC lit 0 a ita acton, parunns CG ana cio*n*iMT tbs bood, ’ CG cantina Uto flow u» all it« CC original parity,amt riser; CC CC tbs removlaj fPoca tba C C CC aiDetalctowtaaswwhldb. TrilcbhtvalntecedUftaati (ivCC(/w CBUTBOKXS IWJKCTION Is itten.eu &» an alls or assent to tna CtOtiO. KE3HCUEF.KERB HtSxKJtaKSaAK bo urttt tu coDjunttloa bkw - wiib mss ireoitma In ad Elsa c«*nut)i.iuionb<£at>lMt bKS flour AUiu or ffhite*. Esstrhsk Its effects are healitur, B«oib*tK and denrmcent; KKfi rrmovingoU icsjaing bo»t t KBS choices and pan. .nsteaa Efla ol trt-baifUis: Df aknact cnenduraMe pain that is g^^KKFPk-i- , ’;f espcr;enciawitbosar?y*U . ltßCh«apQuac£l«Ject:oaa. » By tha use olthe cmra* . ' USM&U7 and CHKHOEaSt IXJBGTION HH -- EH, —the t»o msdl.aaca -at the BU BH same tune—all improper BE HQ' dscharjua are removed, HH HU and she weakened organs BHHHBttH are rpacdllv testureoto BHilDHaHHaai fhlt vigor and strength. H9 US VOMtH psrCea’a.'s v«t MU HH our pamphlet from any -HH HH oruusturo in'tao couarey HH - EH s* o*. *ud wa wla mau ’see to any address a full treatise. . • CfIKEOKES CtTSH.-i a tmtaur.e soreior epfnns tonhcaeeaUialWefcanrW. Nocmrtai Kmnalons. and , all uUeaics caused Dr self . DDDDTJDOD £o alien »nch ss Lot* of DDDDDuxJDD v error?, Universal Lanl- in* DP ' tace. Pains \n the Bees* DU DO Dlmnetr or Twoe, Prema- i - D DO tureOWAge TScn* Nrrves, DD DO DlfflfaltV 01 Bt**lh Bg* I*o DO Tremrlmc w&itemto/esA DD •_ Dp RmtlotscntheFwjrPa;® Coult-rn'iCi imacltvCon; DD9DDDDO sarop’lOD. onrl all d> rerul compmiLts caused Pj Co nor Uns frem the path of 4 nature. Tbismcdlcinolsaaimplg veeetao e extract, and one . on which all can nslv. u BKEBFEIjXEER* It hw cot l»Ued la » eimila RKhKxEKOKKR • Icmaasp. It* caraavd*gy- BEK s era lave mb» sadlclen; to KKK \ - sain victory over the mni; EKK staobarucose. - BKFJBEK To thosownahave trifled E'tifeEJLff ■with thtlr cofistUadonr >BS . uitltaeythlaKthenrtrlve* ' KKK bMoodthsmch'of oedi- EKT- • . cul aid, dwpalr not| the BKREEEEWKEEB Chemhss cure wiX" raetoco SKEKEEEgEKKg JOO tO h-Elth and VtffOT, and after all quae* doc tors have failed. DR. WEIGHT'S EE* ' JITVISATING HLIXltt; ' or Kesecce of Lua! Pie* mid pared from Ihua Veceu- lUI Lla Rxtnetx, contafhln/ IIU nothing injunoox to the*-" *Ut* Ilil - The «uvmatl2g Elixir illl Is tbs rsinlt of .mcd«n III! dbeoveneam the vegeta- lit! “ bis Waggons, beto* *a ®A KlI. v - tlrely new sud abstract HiXlT* method oi core, Irrespeo* - ' . ' Dts of all the old ana*wcrn Tbit medicine hu bass outosttnu. * - by ujaioosiamlaeai ' -7 jnsdleai men ot th^-nay, • > ana -by toem proQduacee - to be on«* of the creates) - BSFRPBRBK age. , BBbRBIiDKDB Care GA RB Its CXil Deßfis. EK KK Alev coast caret Hn* KR BR - t«rtc* to Females. BBBTTRBUniai «/seb3ttia caret paisfta* -KBkEBRKSEK tloacf iheHsart Rk rb a mw doias restores the RB crg-tnsof^eceraSion. BR RR ' From one to three bat tles restores rta manU ncis amf toll vigor of youth. A f«w dcsss rsstcrM the spieate. Three boOM car* wor*t esses a«BSwtcncj* CCCTIO” A raw doeetSethe low OOJCCCCCC spirited CO CC one bottle restores men- . CO CC *■] oSWCT. CG **few brirg the CO reze to the cheek. _ ___ CO, •nds iscduuxe nstores CO „cc toiaaxly i C*o T and robust CO health toe poor, eeblilta- CCCCCCCCC ted, worn down and Cm* CCCCCC pairing devotee of sensual plcamre. , THU ELIXIR cures Hysteria. 6-meral Oetmty, Palpitation of the fieut ‘ aai lamoieaar. l^rastbres 000 ao mruaf power and the ap -00000000 pettie.snlcauses ihetesa OO , OO to mount tee cheek of •OO OO paler, and/tna deoidtated OO OO mbnorwsmaatofeel ng -00 OO orooa and stieny, the VO OO yourgandsmbtifeuablood OO DO ca e»orie through evezy onoooooo vzWjttenerve* tor-evoaie OOUOUO saohg.anitha fires cfn«w> - life anil nger to reanimate n the entire bodr, Doilckng / up theeoxsmaticn. reitar . lux loy and life f manr a ' sad and darkened fireside. CHSBOSO® * PXX. L 9 I Soear Cc» T ed ftrjnilaior, Health fttsa yet, CertKnaad'fiaXe. Fcr the K«3t)Tal o* Ob ■tmttcns and the lasnp «nc* of Itfienlarity in i<e* - currencu of the Monthly Parlors. They mre or obytau thote nmneion* dlaeaaea that sprlsp trair lirtjtnlur- Hy, by remonaz the uick mamyitee^. T&w con Bnpprwcd* ♦ Excewlv*. and poiiuai U^latrutiQtt. Ttay'cnra Groan Sick- EK KK . nci»cUUflroai3.) . • KK KK. ■ TMjctxo SetTona arm fK KK - Bdlmi Affections, rami la JC KK the Back and lawer pars KKKK ' oi *.© Bodr. Ha»nn~B, KEEK Fatisnooasllsbsaxirtion, KST KK • / Palpitation of tba H*art, Kk KK Loonasaol Bpima,Hy«t». KK jLK la. Bice Heaoacbe. Giddi try KK ncsv&c., Ac; la a word, • by r• ' iiy ’bey remora ,tbe cause, - acd wlUt It all tbs effect* >v, that span* from It. Composed of ample veg- .. ctable esuanis,taey con- - tarn nothing to t —' any cousktulion, howrvvr SOT 81* ceucstethelnunctlonbo- 'BBHU NS left to substitute strength OT NS- NN lorweamers. Which,wbes NH BN NS properly e*ed, thevneter i»N NS Hj» uailtodo. f>S NN_ XN 1 bt-y may be safely used NN SNOT .at any ace and at anvpe- NN NNNH nod,xxcifx nxmusTza . 8 8 nnn ✓ ruwTTßßaff nonTSß,aar- JTN - 3SN i*c which i be nroallm? s a- - tore of their action would Iniaillbly raav-aar prig- TV- ' ' • ituMortto i Chefoiee Medicines! KKKlftfcfcSiEiUl V.. EE 8 _ Cherokee lalectlen, tg-v |3 a battle, or a bottles for KKJt - _ 4*3. • FEREEOT Cherokee Croe, xkkkkkE ns bottle, or sbotttes for EEB a. EEE - . Df.WrljfcfsEtelr, >KK • n a bsttie, or 3 Dottles fer EEKREKKKKEI® ti- H yyp,t. *•'■ Rr.pt rr r eberckea PUW, for F> males,tie bos,or S boxes for Sb. InhbeCE3R3H£SI£SS. . : ICINE3 the unlortucata will find a day of deuzsr . area from Buffeting and pain—a day spiesdid-nnd s'lOilons. when they shall EEESEEEEKSRICI no loacer enffar "ftltnoat - kE>KusFEE£BtfN cewation or ropase, either Kaß ♦tuonaa mercenary qaveks BEE or tbe mefllrUncy of n*u> REK ieons preparations KsKRESE Ihe **Chetokea Med!> KKBEEES - . elms’' aceomciiah their EEE.. raucm—tt«x emandps* NRit. - / ■— cost an (mancipation so BEte \ ' . • artaw so somiifchit, and so BKEEEBKEKPTKE prcl-Qc of anlverwlßOOi. KsEBEtUttiVEEB Th-se znedlcinri wm , prove, lu any-and overy - and never- Glenda la Uie Ume - . - , "orosed. . " "We a and aattc CHERO KEE WEDIOIuKS Dv «z* Erttaa (except ti« -Cbcro ee PiUs; ia««e are cent gKEgcEEEEESR bymau. irec Ol pottage), oarecelptof price, to *Qy HKJi part of me ctn-Ucd worli, EEE te curtly pacxed. Lb sued FBE a manner that no one EEf-JFEEK throocft wboae bonds they £ KEEKiIB mar ptes wonJd know tn« content*. iiAtfiv or ffcr.dsroen cu idrHfaa ' E£ti ftli /fca ill perfect COIV BfcEKRWEKFEPK _ fldmce.WlfJ We will la ill ff tiRKgRR % c««b frintl? aanwcr tbeii letter*. antlsiTe oar opia* ten oi eactr laUrtenal cSc. .Wo pmcrlfto *o mineral* The CSEKOKZE MEDI CINES are scla by all en terptialLednyßlstalD tna civilized world. Some un principled aealeis, how* 8^5333 er>r, try to sell worthless 535333538S compounds tn place of 33 S3 ■ tfaese—taoM which they. SB cm -get at, a cheap price, a A end make more money by. 83 selling than they can S3 . the Cfacrobee ffledl- §3 cinee. asjou value year S3 “MSTOSSiV ueceivsd hy such uapnn* SodhS cipled oroaeiiis. Asa for mere Medicines, and take no others. . . . - ItJheDrucTlrta win no« buy them for yon, send to u»v6PQ we writ tend them to you, by Express, ear. tleaaCdreMrg us saould state the c.'seais and syrup tots#. «r d foil particulars In regsrd to their case*. I We treat all d&ca?ea of a cmrosle nature in male or i- female. - I' • Lades or ctnCemsn can address us In perfect con. aat’'C6,3nawßWiUiu all cases frankly and freely answer ihdnicttara, and giro uur advice as resards living at a distance need no. hesitate he* ’ cause cf their inability to visit us We have trvatid successfully patlecum all poruomfuf the clvuixed R Panenw addreuln* u« will plo«e write PMtAffiee, "count*, Stale, ana name of writer, and enclose rot-c.ce stamp icrrtply. . . -11 v We wish to send ev*ry reader of this pspar -our thirty-two pamphl-it free. “ 14<,h * ’sSr»fi , ®ww * CO.. . - So. C 3 Liberty strret.Bevr Vark. C A. COOK- rbicago.sa Market street I* our Go erul ngsnt for tie States oi I llnou, lowa, Michigan and lndisna»wbowill onreard prices, GT Bold hv V. BCOVIITiORD t TUB. EKR FJSCH 4 FULLER. J.H.KaBOA CU.. BDBNBAM 4 VASSnAaCa. SiUTB * D WY3U, and all Druggists (Wholesaleand Ritall) at tfllcazo, •-O’nlois. augl-oSi yitew-savia riAYALKV HORSES WANTED \] AaaarnreQUAwrnxxrat.'fTncM.i ; CUCSGO. tu B«pu 14, iss*. c I the raw of »’55 tn rWeka oa Ualted BtatssTrtaiury for oarttflcaUa ol ladebtednes*. for all Cavalry Bones thabViUpaM InspecCemat U. Crrral. Ohicaso, UL Payments will be made for lots ofelshr (si or over. By order of r dAS- A. KKIK. Col in charge of Ist Dtv. Q. U. Q. 0. J. H. BaaDsaxw, CapL and A. o. hi. ••iUOlirt . , jpo'Jwau'S’. .ssuwcb jgS OX THE SAFE ' S®*{ *. tIKiITBI SW9A« HEALTH OF THE EWTI9E SYSTEM HOSTEITER’S' SOTM.SB , BWIEBS Protective and Cora life Medietas EVarw ecnr.pwie* The atattsOcaoftftesMaaol nosTKTxarrs stomach smses darts; tie year 1563,5n0w that tbu invaluable Storoool Alterative and AnHbflloos preparauoa hasattihiaffh popularity saver belore enjoyed by a prnprirfornnMl else. Starting la 1533 wtta sain darlm. tba year equal to about $50,000, It has so oeudily and rapidly adraMO* m public taror that the cash receipts of the proprtWaav . and manufacturers Tor 1961. tba tenth year afjti ceaa.wiHV«acb.U)»CDonQoaarazttof ttMJMX. Tba da mond ta Mow York atone uorer osa thousand cawc per week. These bustaas statements are oven to the wafldwol from any oaXSmtoaa motive, but as an evidence oftht great aanltaxj tact that the Enters meet tbs wanaa wl falim the- expectation* of the community; tbattbspus be belief in tbeir efficacy mcreaaeraad extends day M day. week by week»'TedH>j‘year: and that tboeo «M bare proved thevalue of {heartfelt) recommend It ens* ostly In Co circles la which tbeyTuofe,and Cos glvaa wider* scope to its extraordmazy and mnitlii n irti— l /While tba column* ox the press tire publicity to aae general statement or the. tendency and operation q| tbIaPUIUC and POWER»TfI. VBGBTABLB AT.irrif as maybe comprehended within tbc limits of arvsdw tlsement, thousands and tens or IhonaimU, who owe health, vigor, appoQte, and all physical blessing* that render llfeviajoyablo to its effect*, are eondnuaJly ad* 'vertlslDg It by word of month and by their proved appearance, among all clweaof society, and 1» every pdftdaof the 'Western world. Totaatelretag advertisemects.'Cese tanjnole certlflcatea of Co heats* properties ot the Bitten, more than to tag ptber cause, tbeir wonderful popularity is attrihqtahio* No limits can be assigned to the oltimatedemandtor • preparatfon'thaj Cm renders aB who nw it proselyta* «o?9>iKW* “ • ! One-half of the aduitpopulation of the avdized woeg needs HOSTSTTKE'S BITXEKS, bccaaae tbas propor tion of tboa la subject more or lass to uubgeauoa. thac 'compTaiat, whether It ass taken the shape ofee» firmed dyvpepala.or merely amoontr to occasional and uncasmes* ts the stomach and bowels, mis agreon lie vegetable compound la an absolute apecitfc. ujonstlmnlauu aggravate .the disease. The practk* 01 tablng liquor as an appaneer befhra meats Mb deadly -erre? In the dm as beverazea..are odnltcmted. Aa analytic cfie» Ist detents active corroinve poison In the best 03 ILcao. Even If they were'ova Ctam this objectiaa. an aumedlcared alcoholic sQmolant' : tt not wtwt tbc cmeebbaUtomacs requrus. liHoa tetter's figg* -tiers, Etvcnce of Rye. from whfch every acrid de ment has been disebarged by a special proeea, is Ofcscnt aa a component. Bat this article, Cental as it ts. could not of lueli cure or eves rcllffr; dyspepsia, it is merely tbs vehicle wh:cb dve* aettgk lty.Xorce, rearcbm; effect to a rare tmuaion of herbe extracts, designed m tone, regulate and fortliy the Com. Without tbd aid of a diffusive stinmlaat tbeato. dletnal properties of Aiese vegetable Utcrediepta imwc Iba of tbeir effect. The projectile that batten down ■ - hostile wall receives Itsimpetcs from the powderplaeod behind It, and 10 like manner the curatlva and health (Ul principle of Li.OSTSTTER’a STOMACH BITTH» is mads operative uuT Irreslstable by the pare ffimniir of Hye, which forms tbeir bams. Thus Is disease nv quisled tn. tts strongholds oy a combination of us* equallA vegetable antidotes, carried, os It wort# straight to the mark by a wholesome stimulant. - • Rot only it Indigestion, tn all Its phssw, pennaomti* and thoroughly cored by this celebrated Inrigonst, bat all the diseases .which dyspepsia engenders, an speedily relieved oy ha nse. BOiopt disorders, IhatSTfs defied the procrlptioas of the Mercurial School cf Medicine, yield readily to the aoU-billoaasctlaiofM Bitters. If the thousands vha. agar mel in despair, have been cored of liver disease by tM» ncequalled VesetphTe- could place combined experience before the' world, (ttettS drug bsnlslNMl from civil practice u it has at* ready beenlnaomlnloatly ont ofoorninihey hospitals, y N . Tbdfhcceaa <St Iheßlttcrf in cases of HABITDAI COFBTEPATION has been marked and itrlWng. TS^y alight aperteat operation gcatiyxemores obstrnetlcsr from the bowels,and at the sumetane fident rigor abd tone to the membnas which Vmw m -aimienUfy canal to enable Patore lopartbra h«mo*. important Ametiona recalarly, without any fbrtlwr - '■ medlfeation. - ' ■ « FLATULENCE. % most annoying and often a verv ‘ pTOiflU affliction, is not only relieved for the time be* ing, but its recurrence- prevented by an oecaaomU r%» sorttitills dellgbtlhiStomaeluc; andthesamemaylp said of CRAMPS IN TUB STOMACH, . BUJOUJ CHOLIC. SICK HEADACHE, and that most deprav ing and painful sensation In the upper pan of the sbdo. which is sometimes described as an u all gone' . feeling by dyspeptic patients. Loss of appetite Is m evil that can only-oe safciy obviated , vigor ofthe digestive organa. If the palate craves aor* than 4ho stomach can digest, the former,can only bt gratified at the, expense, of the. latter. The pecan* sferit of the Ritters, as astoaaenic T blea the deumndettf appetue, ic at thesame time dou bles the capacity of ihtfttamscli to (Ussolve and a«tav late food, so that the desire fbr nutriment and llieahß. tty *to tom It to good account tacreaza pro ratn.aM bodily 'vttor is the inevitable resale., A person ism . nave an inordinate appetite, and yet Was thin m a shadow and feeble as a child, bat as nosTETTEBX T-rmira produce a periect accord between the» qolrennet* orhoasar and the power of digestion, th£ attenuated form fflttens nnd«jr their tome aedwnat would (merwlit be a depressing berdm to the system, becomes, by aelmllaticn, healthy tteah ana ■ blood and muscular fibre. nim im mr nu ” mt 1111 . mi lICT min j in no complete is the remedial action ofthi* wo«. rierfti- yooicmore prompt and ucclaitotban In nm.Tj AND KSVEB of every type. Taken daring the it at onct* shortens Its duration, and soon hreafa up the paroxysms.- Throaghoat the Western States n Ij superseding every other modielna for fntmnittea - and remittexr fever-, It, baa become a honseholdJasT clfic In alt tho alluvial regions that border on -frestrtf* • era,on the prairie*,and fa every swampy juy| - diitHct There'thwe prortrattog diseases prevail. ij tixUaeacoa ItshonM-hetakenrotolartyand sy#oiat^ cally as u protection aealnst the miasma of iret ltjaaybeUkco,asirulo to which there are no exes*, tions, that whoever resorts to fl tor this propose b* comes teiaincrabte to all the atmospheric Inflnene* **"” which produce Fever and Ague, Billons Bemlttaacu, another periodical disorders of a like nature, TtHu» -thes^son of the year when these m&tadifl'are'aiGst prevalent, and it is wise, therefore, to take tune by tbs forelock acd'ToresUll their visitation*. If, bowewi thlawamtaz should come too late for prevention, let tho sick take comfort from the aamraoce. that in HOfr TETTER'S Bmoa they hate the certain meatw c. core. Let them discard qnlnine and reiy npon a rw* edy that in tneb cases hat never, during ten yean, bear known to fan. As- - A FALL AND WINTER STOMACHIC, EO9TRTTEIV3 BITTERS especially claim.-the atua tlonof all who desire to bo from "bodily tfb stent durtnk these seasons or suclol enjoyment, digestion ,ta never tn so much dancer of beineoras taxed as in winter. It is a period of festivity. **sU drink and be merry” But without thoes. - erctse of due care, gtflft mdulzeucs may entail sad penalties. Cold, while wffimoftues the appetite, closes toe pores, and these Important outlets tbr thc waste matter of the system belna. In » measure sealed. th«w ,ig imperious necessity that the swnnash shbold dfi ; ns work with more than usual vigor, that the toterac * | waste pines ol Vhe system should be free and unolk i stmcied, and that tho Uvcr should ftlthlhlly andreg* \ jarly contribute Its tcmperlDz. purifying element tod* eommoß-stock of animal fluids. Now it is Um provta* and the propose ot the Bitten to keep thesoessentfei orzmjs active, healthy and ethcloct.and thua-prevee . disease. Tb«« astern, regnjated and coafroUed by th*y baisaslp tnflnenee, will be Is little danger of soflertec cither from plethora, or debility, or the tbs season. It may defy cold and- damp and the fl** : tndigeetlott. If the’ appetite bd too strong for if stomach, It will hrins the latter up to ** concert pitch* If the stoma;*h be In a fair comUilou and the apnett* delicate, it will iive the latter a keener edge. toISI mr the Tlitict* ol coamcrca aremore freely need t^» In snmmar, and Ibetr poisonous effecteareofleoheieiifc ened Ip conau*fQecco of their being taken hot.. m«wg tncm—avoid them. ABthegood effects thatyouhoea, to derive from them you will surely reaHre froxouS Tltallalnk agent. All the extt that- you eaooot cscsm If yon imbibe them, you win aaumiiy »-rokl Xjog labstttute for &U other stluiolasts the only safe amt fceaUhtol tonic, UOSTBTTBR’S BITTSES. Keep tho cordial la your house, and yemwm never feel inclined to taste the fiery stimulants vMd create a iibe th-jt for themselve*.«nd which aredco tortd and adu*^p«land madft pungent fbcthl»v« object. The et*Tk of the BittersJs precisely tie nwS of this. A small quantity sofilcea for medicinal * poses, nod as they act medicinally and not as ant, the weakest nervous cannot ba rotd by their operation. - There la no preparation In the world that prodoe* sndi' marvellous effects la case of nausea. Fofr ■* sickness, according ttf the testtmon/ of the captslv and other officers of lie principal Imcaof tie Bteame and the nalfona statements of the pmm» ers on - ipboard, Up Bitten are an immediate me never-iaUinz antidote. ~ in brief, as a safeguard against all dlseaaes. and as % core for onbnary complaints oi the stomach. thelly* and the bdweie, there Is no tonic and alteratfve.Yeg*. table or mineral, that can be placed on a par with Pqy. tetter’s Bitten. . Be sure, however, to obtain the genuicai article, lx spite of allaheoreeaatujna of the proprietors, the Inal bottles arc sometimes tiled with alcoholic potem which is parsed off b? scoundrel* open tho‘ansaßp©e* Ids as the truer elixir. Therefore boy only of dsal«» of established reputation. The nodertlgned <ft then utmost to protect the ipubllc against counterfeit*, they ask the public, as a favor both parties, no* t* purchase ot Irresponsible Individuals or tirm^ CAUTION. THS GOTEEEME2TT EXDOB3BMSST. In order to guard against dangerous tmpoaltlooa. - public are requested to take especial note of thebOE> 'tlfallytnaTaved proprietory stamp, through which thg 'Government of the/Ciated States officially smhentv tates every bottle of HOSTETTER’S.BITrEBS. TAto «hn<T thrown by the Gevemment over the proprietor* and the public joint prot?!tlon, Is placed cbm Bpicuocsly acrosffthe cork and.„qver the neck fit each bo\tle, and cannot fall to strike the eye of the most casual obseryer. nothing that purports to be BO* TETTER’S BITTERS can be gsaulne. ualaaa thw ftainp Istßere. . It is also proper to state that theBITTsKS eiclMljelj In Rls», Ui« nSvcr It&necs by tbo uaHon or tbebsirel. Impwtur,hM bobs, on a, tm o»» POWEITM * SVITH, FITTSBBBQH, PA. BM-yKS-Sm-aa secures tas A3 A

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