Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, September 27, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated September 27, 1864 Page 3
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Sprna! .Notices. ra^HS. ©f* H. Indfn tf Co»*i IQDIS* ’WATER. % ooca water acta scot Qj. ttui, jutra, Kns CBn. i*i*.»«nvs 0»a». Saow. Tfts rt-ecr* which Lu attended ttr. osaot lbu reo* JS iiSISr ■ D ° <OKor « ! *«2‘' *»' a.ed. tea! »nJ»rtty,enable oa to racocaiLaoa ittc Chenra» pubUc - feelint tWanh a Jf J o U ‘! S^? 8U ® e ' lte ®w*«ecl tenet la He cure - ;o*t,c «nrL ae i olorot , _-eta aaamr, hmßhhtUUl>S»Ti>lftEA»*a. K|pnn AT ••’"W10EB. isaucai.hu, UuuicATiaif. i)T*v»wti, Oanturr* imaui t dc. (may f C ;j ti>o- bßc&QnonaaOaectaoi to&iut T?tier aecontaining three «jn*norb.rtlabrufci in eacthaio oance s*, • .✓kht It do Z7BXTC. it K not tiktne tc aecumpecti, • nor spontaceoußly formed tLeootittie*. neither la the LOfilN oifoitei nor odUTklitM i»y dAbiottifa wltk MU Uipxeclcti, rencennx mix-acitLiac anaenor to m; oar- a-Wof tkldhUiar ton-rr nar dtmmona aocomDeny that n may 6* need »# a family &*(Hdo«i ae <r»U *» nv the DrofM t!o*. PrictJ one dollar ©er boftit. Or receipt oi ire doi d**itrepc<j bj c-rptes* to aa^ Corateneiu wu Icatauoa* i«uca tm- J»i?i^S I ®eJl“ ler! . etde, ‘ r ‘ i,r oi oa onr rep. Bj*oorfln»i , ar»*andtnide*park(th«Qf«eE tht« «(*TertlM.jorct) aeon the labels - wtich Bonelf fSSSStrt SSgSSSI£S!SS^-~'<*&£^ Kramer’s (Cpbam's) tl;iir I»y<-, . SO CENTS A BllX. ,hsn Dv.« ton reli io.- f. KATTJ. eal T(;*rv], it... —.*.rawtkd t. pieasn. id*articletiai oeen tt r"«irhiy te«’ed by cHU/jON ox N«w Ttra.<Lfl Pro.« D*a>Ui aud ■Gam.Uot PfliUdiiphla wnopr «»«oneUfrAefK»ia ail p:iacocua iLcztaxita, ai d ttm jaaterltl o aaoM. wlUl'lnnr injDTitm oio t delicate i.alr. Slid ftp iiiosrau «td >tfi)crG-‘‘ca>deaicriey«x«stere. JnO. J. KSOMEg. Solo Proprietor, , * ,4 t FLilade.pau,ra. sci7-WMS "Tis Fpeclnl I^oflce, UPHAVUJ BaIH <?LO?P AM *.-UEUI»O FIiUID l«tiiebestl.«ir<dre«iiof in the wona. Itimparua beaaUia) c‘o»s Ic tlic ki <r/ ke<*<j* it :g rurL oromotn Iti erwih.Ac. IMct, !ti c<*n» a battle. UPHASt’c. TKTThtt OINT-KNT tr • <ttr« ud tpeedy cans for Tetter, fi* Uhcnm.O &ppud Hanoi, Bwb-r’e itch. Ac. Prlct, s*’ « bar.»- . UPHAU'a A S TDMA CU--K *pb raa«t Tlo leal paroxyunr cf Aa'boa la tea uiUiQtw, ml eflbCto aapetdt evst, K AC*cb-*i UraAtj'B Fuhcklp romoyei rreeklts. •’tmplct os 'be /aeu,& >Ucca the Bkin and *eaat*flei f r. Ftlct, ST cantc a boruc. . BE. 1,.- eOfTtU a L_i‘X-' bxjxju. toe nttt n#r. Tint aod B«)a7c-»Hi«r rwwci to wanly Ttcoi all who are eniitri; c frea. Ixpaucd Hpmal Knory, b'rnran* Jiepiitnr, C irbaterer came. I*n « f» • nicker* TFR JAPANESE UAIU MAIN coiora tee fl’blß' I ter* ana «on*»»' , ho a b-«u.U»-l tor bfown. It j tocfl?lf *u cnlv oit prcsaiatioo Cc or anil not lade I erw*ihont. OcrMccrnahot. I 8014 by h C. IfiUlA*!. 25 6oa h Kigntn nrret. pujk j 'WeU-’i'a. ar.<lb v ull r Ti'pr'f e ii?«t tree. ! LORD I arn ■ Ac«-t> <a « 1 Colffate’s Honer «oap« TuttFit’bratedTOlLKTMJ »ar, to «ocb universal t’eaasd, i* made Crum the choicest maienal*. u mild ilnd Eccl-ILUI lo its nature, iraznm Ji •ranled. and .(Trtmt'l* In lt3«-c'-’.ou oimj: the itan Vor tale t>T *'. l DrurflrLß ud F»ory G«<td*T>f>»lQra. lah-ii77J-ly Xii-nAT-iTJ eUV-AM OR PHT «K)U>«ICA.I, BUtiKULSClIEO. Vt *> try body, Jl treats on. «od toow* Lju, toe evil nsslu aramt *tot. early «tnue aid uosappy ccn tamicaaeo-uisT l* subverted, will: a <a*e OiCtnOd oi ’dlcpclUnx the totapinnci tnary crp~r eect to enter* m tbe mama*® twin. So)dl>y m. H. &. sdSBOW, ;M Btatefccr SlTfcct, &ew fuiJu Brtct. IS ccuU. Vtallnd frr* Tp k* ♦>&»! o( ft. SCO* VO*. TeHaudoi.* eu«ct,Cbicaeo.ilt.:aliOj Of hLMO £Sd£ & JSi., {nntr w.u’ era -wtartoa ■Srußts,?*wrla,Jl» 2T.0 Conirartnrs, TO CONTRACTORS At Blf«T*aT QTTA*T*nJU9TB»*S OrFICI,) OxMi- Zut(iL*B kli m ecpl 2j, 8«4 { termed P.'cpDi.i; IE acAj'-'a-* >•« itn-rt -*adwill be irws ver by toe •nsdocSlKfta-'L * f til« u C'acp , until i k ihtsSOta day «! 6**t*cbfr. 1“M, Cut ii<» Fipei.*£_-rejtuti 10c raarr«B£smemt Of Vii ft f-ottt at <Sbo ItOi l lil , ut to: lOUOW iLt lei'Ctr. toie and nora.'5 c *l o* '!•** n * nt: I>W> icti-tiRCb bcre K*ncb tffses. .. —8 " •• >i 1 —vine h Tcemerti -n« IClt.-cb ptpa. 5 b *• Been*. 4ft *onc f male *n« female _ Icmu. 1! -6 •* Tcencn.ctbca.wltc 3 met araaoh. 2 s “ Pina* 2 —« *• cli*ve<. 4 Fire Pin. a. 8 1 cb coVbv. u —3 inch T e Jat ect'otu. 2 —3 *• Bleers*. To oe can la Itsgttu «T Idlest e-.ch, w*tb male and female Jon*, to hi. o' tb« !»■*» fjnai it of ca*»iae and 'water i»ebu enbirct to a rar«u l(va<*ciloa to be t (ted by tfc« • «%tbn (txpenteof vb* ted v» eu-va toe tume p-ttinie aireqa'red 01 op-tou rcltttve axe sow is o*e lr. the city or I'Vicagc T* be < m vrrec wjiiua *ay< sha date el ceitlrae.t. at Camp Ijgu.ai*. orcOM-ce bntceteftn tlodtnurffc ce vrm -o c-ter into wmt *n c'Ltricp, *r*fc <O3. %%* mtlc-zit ce.ni.lty, umrdla-eiy ca toe occeamoco 01 <he r itacb bb mustbrintaefill*wl^cfarm: Tte tot»»cnQf-&r liver ae tbe Oaiiea Rta-c* a' «£« DapaTiT-as. at Lk> .d-a, ft aptab jto «4>e tenna ol yonr adfTOjuem-nt tn/i'la-' p-oooaal* for nron iujio i»«, dfcis6 is«, toe lob lowu r anteJrj. t:z s it —. cent* perpenn*. and pledge out stiver to into* wtttiec Contract w.tjj (tie Dol* ted suite/. with soo? nppr.rvea rccnM***, wnMi toe *: act of dvc d*is attar b tag nulihe! .bat the hid has t?tec accepted AiBS avw,._ -.w FultW OF GUB^AJiTf. We. the nrdagijid. r.s.detts cf in tbs county m fftuc of ■ . r-err**yjnnt!yand Mvei■*U> ocrti.aniv.tb 026DaUia6tAtt;*,au"sa*r* ante? U cos* the torexasrg mfi r»* .-, r*vw, that be er they wiu >w*na «ve oav» after the accep tance of tbe atdo old exer.u.<> tb* c >Ltrant lor tbe can* with rood ard jure iei, lo a aua equ*: tu one.thi-a o' tbe amount o* the -Detract, to perform roe work o t*e article* e'epoied in ccnioimuylo tka terms of a-Tert’semeUi, dated .nno»r which (be mai*. And in case said *t»J»ji«i»fcuca‘-«icso»oen* tract a* aiutaskld, we ga-i-niee » make good tie differ'r-c«. between the offjr Tt swld- and Vko» tiv-czrrri^K« I £ 4 '. l :"'. n rj or I>er,M « «?Sf**{ff2SStSSSSlSi ne *‘ t “ IU£C “»■« Bicswilibe cnltnatoeo 2»t to* entire Quantity v*. <j - irtn »c n-iamuhet. omj. Pajinerta will be ffwii 1 a* aneb time* and In such fend* aa nmy be provlwj* iry r>c »*H'nent rruposais anitb*. rrof>ie- d M fcrCwP Ins* fnr w a »».j tv-rka,” and to uapt. CHAIXEB COOLMAN, A.Q M., at'Camy Doodas, Any tartbtrluforaatlrrti <sr*ls»?d wrib* rtxaa on Brpncauonto - CHAtXKSOoOWM^S aeU*t&l*-10t C*pt. aar a. q |£. CONTRACTORS. AfIsuTXKT QrxzrxßiixsrmsH Ornos,) Cnin-Ba. 1i.r,., fapur., iwg| f Bf.*«en Proposal* Id Dap icate are tariud tad will be racilvcd m the nadaTslmfcd at hi* Ofllc- la Chi until a ta. eatnrday f the etdayoTO:iobc' inji, furiDov-Bg ana renmtm;, arc*ro;»s lo «’• oilier, two Dafidmitniw’ »“.“rSV,i l Dou?iu“u*’ •»=« n D ,^%£?a: mJmow'.*'?- 6 Uruv£ ' “ na u..uc6i.S Ail that part of the «**t half of the nertb-aast quaint of ;he north-west <ionr:cr of «-eca°n towhihtp tliirts-tigtt, p r rth' rat.ee fjur eeceait. in Ccok County. 6i»t.oriilMJ«U eeceajt. in la accordance wUn **frf* c tc . 6tioa sow on a " 11 tow otace anl ! WBhli tL-Ly bt It'D t<ctuecu the boon, of Bto 13 a. 1 owaidea* 10 *'* p “** CiCh (SxT 011141 eontiatt u•! „The bnilfilnfetobenjorefl fbq «pt!n completed • Wlliun thirty days im»b the da-.e of contract. Socctffm binder* will Iw prepare? to entTlnto wtiw?it contract*, with Rood anOMmclectaecvter Jiwnt-di»teiyonxbeaccebUiio«orib-irbida. J ijach blj ujiiot i«e mibr farm • Tbe *mt»c»it>e« herebr to la-nhh all mate- TjaUaoo perform all tht liaoi n% »e *ar» to more and TfpMrihe two Bmau-pox tojpital* ae Jc*nJ la accordance witi (he rpeesdeatton and t-gi or ably to the term* of your advenls jra-mt Inruinc proposal* for theaatec, owed fccpnaa»“w art* fortac»maof lOJouitarxena oieTre£uf: sclry* to»nter into a wrluc« cnn*r»ct with ifc nSf. ua State*. With pood apprerea *ermt>e*. wl htnthe sssssfja^ fclter beiB * *««£ SB ' rouiioF gtaua^it the nnflersi.ntd, of , 'n the county ©i • P'ate of eteerait) c.recent vita the United blatea, and soar. aniee.lncaastheioieff'innTnior accented that be or ther will, within fixe cay. miter tbSSSSt scce cf ihe said ibid, execute the contraction the name with g;o6d and enftcicnt m-et.es. la a ran equallo • ne-Uilrdof the amount of the coetract, to peifunn the work ar farnl*h me ar.icte proposed in comurm>t> to the terms of adveniicojcnt. dated —.unirc: which the oid wasmtae s lM And Is tai« aaie shall iali to enter Intoa con. Irnctaa aloreaaid, we guarantor t» make c>od the dllfe encce between the *Afr»r hr tc* said——--and the next lowest rcsneaiible bidder, ir the DsnoDto wbomtl»eromraamav*eawa tied. e P"*oq to Git.d under our hands end seal* 1 r»in Ibia doyoi ~eOi ( /,* , t ,S;“?bids n "S:s“ c ‘ 1 “•■ u,e Pxvnotab mutt be CLUoS-d «,«- “lug nnfl repairing 1 1 caplf *.*/• J* to Capt. Cbailee Goodman, caco.-l»l:noi*, - * ,%M - Anv funner Information dfrlredwlll beclvrn on application to CHARLES OOODiL&M. V ° Oflice lo Garrett Bloch, Chleagc,*^!*.^ 6 tCj-io a-fig &l Assistant quartbkmas Tilli'fc Ot F/CK. SEALED Jirercl between the lit and S;it OetoaSr ’SKL™• lor the mouths nf Korembtr and l»r.c,i«crwr '•«* sind January aud Fcbrca-y. ;«a.forty thocsaun'nneh? «ls per mouth, caltsi other vxm owma n» xb* On»r trnnar.er G. nnral, or other proper anthont* r, fv» dcllraird at Rock {aland Barracks, Ilticos, nf oo tie o*v*-rDiDeat switch, constructed on; he Ulaad,iree of charge Bjoswlllhecounalncafcr the qns-ntfty required oepirately. u r for the qnutlty recni'ed each mouth bDcoeastht bidaers wt t he pjeuared to enter into written c ntracis, with good atrt satrtcicnt security. Is m«’dimrly or the accrptmcc of tsdr mds. Ksch bid meet be In the fo:lowin« form: The sab> BTibers h»rcbypropose to/armiband deliver roths Unites f>uxe«atthe OasTtcrmatter's D-pot at Itooc Jslsns.llls, agreeably ta the terms of youradrsr tUemrctisvitis? proposal* lo” sr<ry supplier, (tiled Sept l.t'j.iHW. the follower articles, ylis - and rjrdcr ■ - ■■ to en»er into a wr:ism contract wilt the cnlled State*. with food S3*i approved recorttles. Aitkin the space of ftYc days aftei t>ein£ noticed that She bid has edt *<Jo—. _ .. FOBMOF GCABAKTT. Vr, tar unacr*ifnfia, reticent* ot la ttie Covb'T ot orally cot* na*t with the Umtutiu e.,anacua’antee mease lorccojwr «id cl———be accepted, mat lie or they will wliida -■■ - daya afiar the at» ceptasce ufthevatd bid. extent i the contract for tee same with good andtaflcientaare-lea, In aenrarooal tA oro-thir:* cf the ataoobt ot hi contact, to inform the work or lumlfb the article* proposed Uicaarormiiy !• the ttrmt ofedreituement datedtLe— isst.nn. der which -be bid «m made: and mirage said —shall fall to enter Into contract as atore&a!.-. we guarantee to make »ood thed’ffcreace t-e’.we-n the cnernf the Bald .• ml T-e next 1~-»e«t r*>pon:it>le bid* der.orthe perton to whom the coniiact may.be awaroecu Given under my Jftnd u>d teal this, day Of— — .'B6l. [ssan.j The and* reigned rcMTCi the right to rrjout any or all bldi, if dermed unreasonable. Bids win be ea twiaiDcd lor the enure qcasuty recalled, or »e^a- will be nude upon the each contract, if node monthly, ana cetue oaanutyde* livened, to cuch land* ft* may be provided by the De* oarement. Proposal? must be endorse'' •• Proprf tie for Coal,” and adf reared to Cftpt. li. F. Reno, A. Q. M„ a; Sec* laia» d, H‘. Anr further Information desired, will benlr.m.on application to B. F, ££.‘->’o, &ei)tn*-*r;-i:t Cupt. & a. a. Q u. XJOTS’-'AXD TOUTHs,’ FALL I » AKD WI.KTE2 OLOTH‘BSG n-i great variety AT WIVTEST PKIOEIj. nr!iti HI Invited to tmm'ne onr elMc snore r jrtV ‘jsnfn'l 133 lUtdelpb etreeti btcrman Hotue. -i'rT ILLBB'V HOBSSS A WA^*&*SSS^JRSf M ▼ 'wish to ckclimp. Ip open-mer pet. A.rtTlhn HoreS »r wfcieb I frlU rev *163 tecDeefc o» United n*or* Jo* Ctr'lCc*tc« uf lodejjedceM. .or lu tucbM wrf'peM IMpecQon et tbeU.B. Conti. C TbJf'“iii'tbifinrti colon. mkl In «H ntrtfcnltn. I ouicii tnd ocllvo. well oroitn nod «n» fiJS£f tefitnSt.m eW Snhmod ecnaaon,in>m i?i«) to 1 “(10) jeir. ild, n;t V«> U.n Crteon «nd ahiiiasJO ttsdc Ltcfe. end eecfchmuta> welfhaol ffiKSwa end tUtyOKD; *>ou»de. OWL*A at Banking ann iSichaiiyc. liMFTrt RATIONAL BAA'a U* JL CHK-ACO, Capitol, - - - - (30»,tK10. No* SO Lfiiclll M.eet- U.s. otposiroftr a fiscal agemt. «tfßßcmrnoj» aengivED *oa tons ■«»£ lO~*o tfolal idear* ins: BoaiO, iBAACF*.LOU BAKU." JCaiAH ui^p«w lf ' taaptaito Ctoto. fptZgiai. ■J’HJS OiJCGItAHivb- K aTIOSaJ, ; BAKX O? CiUCAOO. im li&mt., suilbi im *«iimtg. _ J. VOIJb'G IJCAUiiON. i > Tc*l'l£nV REHJAUV.FAaB.ViA»fte> l L CAELF. *.3 US »f»a» “ o**i* n &S , Si’££St*£?-i coacaa aatitiJc "S c ■ a g , « r .“S3 o js?f toljCtoCuiapUCa ana befnrb tom- tndsr laid Act. •rSSH* ttjrcforo,-!, HDOa HoCULLOCb, ;<»aip. -roller of the Currency, do btrobt certify ita* Tc* Katioua joani: of ChlcsßO, tn tit city o' ISKS&Vl?? Cototy ox eccit and safe c: Illlaolt ,t £ t! »' OCCEICItMe He bcanenot ImMb« turner the Act aloruaid. f~*— lu whcrooi, wicnaat ui* aaad atii.Jtad ao*i or office tm* twenty melt day 0 r „ hCOH acCULLOtH iy4<o37Qte Comgtrollar of the flnrrea tv pIHST NATIONAL «A v E •V OP CHICAGO, " VT aoatbweal corner »nd i “ TO “t l &*** jElrucatUmaX. Doctor de bon'^efon : d, jrom Faria, aod Ha dan-bter. rerpsetfaiiy jt ions the rcctlerren and iMieaoi «%icaco.aßat'heT laiend*aivin* rorns Flench lera-ns. Tbn rar>oea Icamlsz Mlfi J's Rosneons bu a-qntrot. «r«rr pawtPr fUhtyrara 10 ihf beat echools of Karla aal tieztalrhs trill br:ne will be aaora roaraatee >or th» wliotnap laror ter with their n*troa-cr and cnnfldence. Andrew fvii uaac sax 4>17, or Ki«* wao£»e arenne l>o. 375. SXrBSEKOZft. Vt S*npecx. Vic" Consol of Francs. Mtctueat atrert;Dr Heorotm,Vicec<reoiof iSevtttia.none Welle stieei; Mr wells. Kotor of the Cosooroial Bzpme; ux. r*edlß. Lake Kreec. sea sag g-ji JDLEWILD.' STSS. 5. P. WILUB la prepared to recave a few additional papns be tween bengttof land s*, to b* educated witb bar danehtemat lolewiliL Tbe retool y-wr will be«la September is Hi. Adores* Co., K.T. angl-0120 gma-w&r-li COLLB6B OF PENN9n.VAN£4.. pWsdel. ptla. Beu’onof 18M-65beelm Ociomt la. f actti/- XT—C. HerrUsr, H.U.:Ad.idpDS,tI.D.;H M Grurn try. M.D.C U. B*r>e. M tij *£.DjP. Wiieon,M.T> ;C."Heermßn, %L D ; Prof flteobeua. Address CiHK&EItAN, M, D.Pcaa.llos Filbert street. sggi>-qsa»t-ltb w rpHE COXXEiMATE SCdOOXi A wIU re opes with every tav&ntice (or the ln> etruction or youth; on the I'irst Monday of September* ISS4 E’caef* mcrcsc-ci £ivsn. AojrJc*;'outo oe made »t Pie Cbtcaeo artimi. seer Ilmu iu««t 1,15 >I6IQWU OP BQ* QUACt.KKKOs 33cots anl^Sijoes. FAIX^TEADS—IB64. JftaWSOK &. BARTLETT, -60 Lake Street, Chicago, 111., Saw ofier lor tale OKB OP TUB LABUKdT STOCK 3 OP BOOTS AJKTB SHOES ■ - Aver brought to thltmuket, 1l tacst tune* cl Llfb prices we beMtve uut THB BB2T GOO; s A&h THE CaXAPKSr, tad h.ve selected our Fen Stock with espec-al reference to Psnlca'ar attention 1* called to nu CUSTOM* Hi Dlt BOOTS, wilich C*S SOT B» BZOjCLCiTO. KXTKA blZl» A bPECIAUTX. au33-p4SS-tfiA 1864* "fall 1864* C-A.MFAIO-IISr. BOOTS AND SHOES At Wltolestle lor Cash. *4B and 50 Wabash Avenue. We here a lure etoog of onr own tribe, and of the best EatUL* manufactures, which we are enabled tc *•*•. —«■*» ssUinr. Iw tw." «bs present ecarkut FABGO A BILL, 43 a:dS) Waoa»b*av M nertteutoFarwriJ.rifcid&Co. au w9*mt9« •lm-aov*TCßarzit gOOTS AND SHOES. REMOVAL. S./ILL, SOTITHWIOK & GQ r| EUCCESSOBS TO SEHEDICT HALi aCn., Hare removed to KoSi 364 & 886 Broadway, FIBST 8008 ABOTB WEI- A Si- NEW YORK. f7e hfivo crtatiy enlarged our m&nufacturint de-art* aunt, and'aow have coniUaCy on band a very larca pea ©f eae sewed work of our own manufacture, tc Jttcb we invite the attention ef Western marchanat We n«Jre all tbe latest stive* ol Msn*i, Bojr and Testbs 1 Calf Sewed Boots, yfalmorali, Ceocress Galt uti >ackls gboes. as weß as Uler, must*anc ShHdrenfratgtbcco. Glove Eld and Lcittnx wart—ej: atacblne SgwKL and tha very best Quality of goort*. ir-apyucKi 33rugs anir (Etemicals. H. XCKED & CO., 'H4FOBT2ES APB JOB3EE3 OP •J. •| DRUG SAND CHEMICALS 83 Lakc>iit.| PEAL LAB6ELT JR PaJnts.wOlls, Glass ware, Burning OUs, Kerosene, Soapma.kers’ Stock, TWsnu tkerurers’ Goods, &c- Which we offer at prices favorable tb Western Jd®. chants and Mannlacture*. J. £L Bxxd. 174 Pearl sttset. H. Y. > S. A. fioxtßOT, Chicago. j seU-mTS-u KAK, TfiK»AT ANi> MEDICAL INSTITUTE, At 149 South Clark Street, For the eepeclsl treatment of all chronic disease* which appertain to the ” EYE, EAR, THROAT AND LUNGS. w. B ; —Having lor rear* Studied Aaaioalcaiiv Ptnlologicauy ar>d .pathological!} au d!ieS3 ol the above-mentiocea orrans. together with an kitißSAga Dzsxaass oi a tumchcd character sneb as cancer. Ac., I am enabled t© wanw a cure of all curable dl«ew*e». Office at i« south ctVJfc street. P.O. Bo*aiM.Ctlcaro,Hi. JXwl Surgeon and Pbynclaa, sell-qg7Mst Fonnsrly cl tta C. fl. argy* PIG IRON. *OO tons Ss. 1 Lake Snprrlsr Charcoal. 4nn k°* 2 Lcbe Sopnior Charcoal. 300 tons No. j Prankltn. 150 tons No. it Fraaijij! f 100 tons Wo. 2 T-hrrg. ?®5 ton * No - 1 Massillon. 100 tons N„. o Massillon. SOU gone Na. i Scotch. ‘.WOO tsiu lorn. Lrhlch Co al. .elected f.T foundry FOB SALE IS LOTS To SUIT. MMsi EKEH ’ 1001 Nonb ““‘•lrtrert. IgVEKEIT HOUSER “ CMOn SttllißK, K. X. sssaesHaiisMs EDKOPEAU PZiAIT, SSotebi?reSwrtJaSdwi wo’iwwS? 1 -4*t tpartmenu itt tbeWmio.® now prtpßrs<l K Tbe location, tbe size and comfort nr ... thn betel are unturpaseM. morl of rooms cf .ep’.eicber .. 'Mt & Q i H. UK i-OHJ£ST & C(X, HOOP SKIRTS Manufacturen and Jobbers, S-1.-'dAKE STREET, 84 (See GILT SdBT. Opposite Trciacnt HcuseJ Offer to tteirad'.alargc iteck of their own mart, We have also a large stock of w “‘ Hosiery, Tams, Corsets, ASS OZB3S ~ % . ' STAPLE NOTIONS. rZlh , u^^, arcllifcei ®arlJ* we offer Inducement* to Casbßnyere. ael2*qtt?*l7tls J^EMOYaI:. B. & B. B* Whit cEn.rc & Co ( , Bare removed to tbclr New store. Nos. 11 & 13 Lake St., Cobb’s Block, eett*tffi?*2w A TLANTIC * GERA? WEST. al EKET SAILWAY Suiubxs axaaßenowTd-Two Ybroach lima fruni between CLEVELAND ASD 2CKW YtitUL tikes effect May IMK4. SSW TURK THBOUGB JLiKk. ■veavf Cleveland at....... tdi a. *,• end3jDr.N.t hirtrcLeavmsbsrgh uklx " Jfcar.it “ MeadvlUe au, 1:40 r. k. 11 L63a. u. " Cenyau fcSr.x *• s^a.w. •• wir. jg. « 4>44a.x. “ New York at, ii;o a. g, fccr.x. _ BirrußNiN*.-- uwve Few York au a. a. * thofy.iL Arrive Cleveland at. 5,-oc a.*. “ BJO r w t&atmrdays excayted. b* f. imnvßt. eoODIcAN. General Ticket AgmtjC^TC^d. Cljtcafirr tribune. SEPTEMBER 37, 1881. PjIEUIIENaiAI,' KLECTIOX WOT, 8 Republican Union Nomination*. - ws rsEsiorjiT, ABEAHAfIi LINCOLN,- OP ILLINOIS. FOB TICE I’ll r? ID ENT, ANDREW JOffUSON. . OP TENNE3SER. ' Fob GoTEEiioa: •' kicu&BD J. 6g>LKSBY Poa LrnJT.QoTBBsos: WILLIAM BROBS.’“ Fob Sec. op State: SHARON TFNOALS. Fob Aubitob: O 3. MINER. FouStatbTbzasueeb: Ja». HJ BEVERIDQB. Fob Sup. Pub. lEHTatrc ? NB ff TON BATEMAN. ' PietldenOal Kleetan, POE THE STATE AT LAMB .* JOHN QDUGIIEBTT, of Union. FRANCIS A HOFFMAN, of Da Pa?c. BENJAMIN M, PRENTISS, of Aiama. District Electors. —Jo hk V. Fabweix, t—Jas. 0. CoircuKo, 2—A* oON 6. MtUJfg, 9—WILUAX W^WIEB, B—JoflK V. Eohtace, -JO— I Tnw. W U&bius, <—James 8 Foaus, U—N. M. MoCoudt, 6—Juuk J. Bkxnxtt, IS—Ueebt S. Rn?»n. 6 Wm, T. Hopkinb, is—Zfl.vAg S. Clippobd 7- Bcai**. - Dor Rembeis or Congress. At W. MOULTON. Dlsu I—JOHN- WENTWORTH. . -m II—JOHN P FARNSWORTH. ni-E. 11. WA9HBURNE. IV—A. C. HAROINO. V-BBON C. INOERSOLL. VI—BURTON C. COOK, vn-n. P. H- BBOMWELti. JiII—SHELBY M. CULLOU. * IX—HUGH FULLERTON. XI—K. CALLAHAN. Xn-JEBD BAKER. ■ XIXI—A. J. KUYKENDALL. '■ IVomtnalloßS fttr Cook Connlr* For STait'tAttorney— CßAßLS9 D. REBD. For Sheriff— JOHN A. NELSON. FcrCerkofVu Circuit Court —WILLIAM L. CHURCH. ' For CoronetDr, WILLIAM WiGNEB. Fcr State SenaU r, Tuienlg-fouzth' Jfietrlci— FRANCIS A. EASTMAN. For Fepreeeniatltee tn Vie Legulatun Fifty- JinfA2H<frf<t(irfcO—WlLLlAM ‘JACKSON, N, W. HUNTLEY, A. B. COOK. Sixtieth JHtlrict U. DOLTON, E. S. ISHAH. S'Xty-frst District (XortA)— GEORGE SIRONG A. F. STEVENSON. Importune notice. HKAI QUAETEHS UMO.S STAX* CENTRAL I CciUUTTfiE, Scpl. 25,1854 r Committee* and others hiving -chanreef Union id*?» will please report their announce ment Immediately to headquarters, in order that' there may he no clashing ol appointments. - Jakes P, Root, Secretary. Hon. 8. IF. Appointments, dsndldatc lor Doagress at Luge« WAv Peoria. La cor Bn'rndn.; Tacedsf’ Sepu 27 Hcd. E. C. w ill gpeak at the latter j>laae. Otturra.'. Wednesday, Sept. SS Jlcma Joliet Yortvlise, DeEaln Co ,V..6c£ i IT on W. T. HorKTh!*, cjudldate for Elector, will Kpenk Hi these meeting*. W»tioi a ■'. Monday, Oct. S Vith E. C. Isoctjcll and Je?«e Ltncc. Elgin .Monday, Oct. 10. ..Ta<«d«y, Oct. 11. Jtelnoerc, Wedncadav, Oct. 12. IlocUfnd Thnr(wlay,Oct.l3 FreejM-rt .Friday, OcL U« Galena Saturday, Oct.Js, 800. Ar.eno S. Miller, caidldate fer Elector, will apeak ai each of the above mealing e. .Hon« Wm. Plit Ke!ln*re and Don* TVm. Waliier Will speak as follows: Vermont, Fulton Co.. Entbvi.'le, Schojler C 0...., ML.SterUiß, Brown Co Other 6; eaters will be present. Bon. Barton C* Cook "Will address tbe people as foliowa: Morr>. Grundy Co Thursday, Sept. 29. Joilct. Will Co Friday, Sept. 33. iorMi'lefKcndall Co Saturday, Oct. 1. Appointments for £eiman meeting*. Dr. CuAiiixs linEiL will apeJc as follows; TCbuvoo, Uncock Co Wednesday, Sept 23 Whimf, Espcocb Co ... .T. Friday, Sept, 33. Carthage. Baactck Co Monday, Oct, 8* Havana. Mai on Co _ Thursday, Oct, 6* "TCar.s Meetings In DcEalb Conner. Dot. S B. SUaton, of Smdwich, and D Bjlstnes, E»q.» of, Sycamore, will fpesk at Union Maas Meet lose, in the evening, attLc following times and place*: V?c’or—Wednesday. Septen*berJ23. EiftPtw P»w—Wedt.et'dav. October 13. Somouack—Tutidav, October 18. ■ ?« r e\rleli—'Wtdoc iSsy. October 10. C.Ellwood, Esq., of Sycamore, wlthD. B. James and others, will speak as follows: 7 October 7. Mayfield—Toesd.iyy Oc ofcer 11. a eaeral ehbj’ft Appolatmontn. The JoDowlog list ol Appointments has j bem made forOctobcr for Gen. Oglesby; .1 Yandfllla. Fsjrl c0unty,...... AMoaday, OcMO : Centraba, Marion cuanty Wednesday, Oct. 12 Sparta, Kardolnh county Thorsdar, Oct. 13 Murfreearoro, dack»on ccnnty Friday Oct, 14 Cairo, Alexander ...Saturday, Oct. 15 : Manoo. Williamson county Monday, Oct. 17 [ SLeTrceel.iwn, Gabaiin co....Wedue*day, Oct 19 ! Canul, county ...Thursday, Oc.SO John XBeintu’a Appointments. 1 Elm « ood, Peoria Co M Thursday, Sept. 29. ! Biin fle d. - Peoria Co, Friday. S-pU 30 Ga'esbmr, Knox Co., fiaturuay, oct, 1. a * Calta, Henry Co., Tuesday, Oct, 4. i Cambridge, Henry Co., Veduesdiy, Oct 5. Toulon, Stark Co, Monday, Oct, 24. . Prlnreton, Bureau Co., Tuesday. Oct. 25. Htnr.tpln, Putnam Co.. Wednesday, Oct. 26 w . . * Lar*n, Marshal Co., Thucrdav, Oct. 27. * * , Peoria, Fct-ria Co., Friday, OtX ?3. \ Gen* Garfield’s Appolntmeats. Gen. James A. Garfltld, bJ Ohio, will epraJ: !c the Oth district, Indiana, as follows: Plymouth, Thursday, Sept. 29th, at 1 n. m. Wostui’tf. Friday, Sept. bJTI, at 1 p. m. South Bend, Saturday, October Ist, atl p.m. Got* Tates’ Appointments. Got. Tates and Judge Wm P. Kellogg -will address mass meeting* at the following time*- and places: SpricgSeld 1./:..Wednesday n*f «'■ Macomb, McDonoehCo Frtdsy* OcL 7«. Cautei), tAhlioQ Co Saturday Oct. s* JJsiiEoati. Wwrrn Co. .Monday’ Oct. 10. : Oqeawks, Henderson Co. TaeMir Oet 11 i Aitrdo. Mercer Co. ‘ St! S’ Esrb 1-land. Rock Island Co.. .JrttSSay Ocu 18 ' Cambridge. HennrCe Friday OeLIL I I Pontiac. LlTl»«r»tOD Co Monday. OcL 17 1 ( Blooming ton, McLean Co .. .Wednesday, Oci 19 j na»t Bfetttng in Southern Uliaolar | Don. William Bros*, candidate for Lieut f Governor, ted Eon. D. L, PMlllpfl, TJ. S. I Marshall for the District of Southern DU j cols, wflT speak at Union mass meetings at ; the following places, at 2 p, m.: j Manon,WUham«cn Co Ihuwday, Sent 39 ! Tienoa, Johnson Co Friday, SepL«o ; Jonesboro,UrnMCa Saturday,Oct.l i Cmoadale, JtcbosCo .....Monday,Oct!s \ Prank Lumbard, the distinguished vocalist, j will be present at all these meetings and sing J several of Ida inimitable campaign songs. J H. TT, Toobey, | ‘ celebrated Irish orator, will speak as fol- j I s,Tßr?*5 ,TBr ?* Mas ° n wontJ... Friday, Scot. 30 1 . Beardttown, Cms county.; Monday Orf a ! ; Ml. Sterlinr, Brown c0unty,...... Tuesday’ Oct! 4* ■ Qalucy, Adam* county .'...Wedneiday, Oct 5 ’ - * UI P lM » e farcl,i conveyance ' j to the next point Jaa. F. Boot. I * Leo flniler, / - 1 Author of the well known pamphlet en- ' j titled “ The Great Conflict; or Cause and * i Cure of Secession,” will speak at the follow- i Ii lug places In Bureau county: j Thursday eypnirp, Sept. 29th. at Malden Friday evening, SepL Princeton, Hod. X l>. Ward’s Appointments. ] S d i!2i , ? ,v §. e »jH a . d, JS m Friday. bepL SO ! BellTille, 8t.C1a1rC«...........,9atttrtUv,0ct.1 k ■, Hob- 1>« filGharda) Appointments, j Genesco, Deary Co Monday, Oct. 8 I Yerkto*n,Bnreaa Co Tuesday Ocl 4 Eric. Whiteside Co Wednesday, Oct. 5 Lytden? Whiteside Co Thursday, Ocr _fl Geuecee Grove. Whiteside Co....Friday, Oct, 7 Polo, Oele C 0.... Monday,Oct, 10 Mt. Morris, Ogle C 0...'. .Tuesday, Oct. 11 Amboy, Lee Co.. Wednesaay, Oct. ia -£S”Hnn. Wo. M. Stone, Governor of lowa, his accepted an invitation to speak at the Mass Meet ! leg at SpringCeld, October Sth.' • Gen. Hooker at the Union League. Gen. Joseph Hooker visited the Union League Club, of New York, oi Thursday I evening, and was welcomed by a very large attendance of members, in whose behalf Mr, E. Sturgis, the President, addressed Wm. *- Gen. Hookpr, In reply, observed that the -Loyal League were not aware of the service they Lad rendered the army. Tbef had form, cd a good reserve .ahd fqr this the army fere strong in franL The fighting is new nearly doted. There will be a lew spasmodic ; plunges, but they are.the natural manifesta -1 tions. of dying. The government has Been | flow* the people have been fast, and have j led the Administration; bat the latter has : come along, and, on the whole, done tolera bly well.- it is absurd to suppose thesol . dttrs can vote other than one way. They : ’ \°;f, as they Lave fought,-to put down I 1 1-v i*ehftvo not only fought the 1 I rebellion, but England. She has furnished ; the icbcls with afi_tbelr arms and clothing, 4. ??, ll M ecB J* C holds a mortgage outlie i S f ol , thick shornll under- : I I^s v “.?5 I iS os l ,t - GenurJ H. farther re- ■ 1- nf r +h 11(5 no rime Jell any douDt ° r , ti = war forth.Union. 1 Thcic- hsd been mistakes and mismanage- 1 i ” 1 ' B ' oß<Juct i jet the Union arms had • made steady progress, so that the close of I each year had seen the area of the rebellion ! narrowed and Us relative power materlallv I j weakened. He confidently I Relieved thatwe B , ow . J 6 }? ‘ie end-n“rer than ; : overtures made tn the rebel Chief; at the I ; proper time, they wonld sljrni’y t-eir read!- j ness lo give It up. The.tlufe J Jerfnne»o. I I when we tad finished Uie fight- ' : “ft Is folly to talk of HUH wehave whip- ‘ ; pad ont cur enemies sad jneorf f , Y! ,:! "Hr- co“2mSSnS bo , I Ihteepmled In aaontona with thiprincipla ofj \ onmaMfy, nor catrwc have apermanent peace ! j till we do so. TVe must not mate a peace in , snch away that another wir will breik ont | rceln-wiUiln ten yews. We have.beea g°n i er ““ e ?- m! S t -oor'«:iBlii«-eventoafinIt I r. BBd t,e J Invariably construed nur lenitv . into wsakness, J I The General wastreqnently cheered durlmr | the progrcea of his remarks, and at their . close he was greeted with prolonged and hearty applause. “ MicaiGAiK hXil'jpe AFcw , [Prom in: Owe Oorreapoadabl’ ' ’ ' KMiiXAJ'.oq. Sept. 21, IS&J. ’ The .-Michlgsa State AgrlcalturaV Fair closed itfi'proccediogß last eveningin. the midst of a severe rain storm, which* bid a tendency to materially aubduc the'gcucral hilarity which had pervaded tho crowns io attendance during the week. Aa I elated in dispatcher, tiia Fair, i«ken as a whole, was a eucecss beyond crowd each (Jay was very lergo. Oa Thursday it was immense, numbering over twenty thou sand souls. Ncj man acquainted with the present condition of our country, had he been placed in the midst of the throng gath ered here on Thursday, would have dreamed : that were carrying on the raostgigantic and desolating war of which history* hears record—a yvhr not of nationalities, but of kindred, and from that fact, all the more fierce. Had_ho watched the faces present, and scanned them closely, it would never have entered hla imagination that there was 1 scarcely a man, woman or child present who had not a kindred representative in front of the foe, ready to welcome at any moment, for the love of \country. the swift winged messenger of eternity. Care had dr aim Its picture on the brows of very few present. Even “ the outer signs and the happiness of woe” were hut very fe»r. TheAmericina are a sympathetic/and, at the same tunc, volatile race. Death raises her standard to- dark and gloomy—to-morrow it Is pull . Ed down, and gives tyay for thc more cheer ful banner of thoughtless mirth. And so we live a life time in a twelvemonth. The exhibition just closed shows an in creased interest in matters pertaining to ag riculture. Progress, very decided,-is-evi denced In everything we .see here- The reaper, tbc mower, the plow, the cultivator. not the flame Implement that challenged our aamiratioqfut the same class of exhibi tions ten years ago, nor even fire years ago In each you see marked evidences of tne new detelopmcuts of Yankee genius and In vention. Ten or mure years ago, when Ens eey produced the mower, the perfection of genius was supposed to have been reached A wry lew years more, and *the\ combined rta, ttumd mower excited the deepest Inter est ortbe agricultural world, aud the farm-r cried “Eureka!” X see . here to-day the. combination extenaed to embrace the reaper, fhoner, raker and hinder. What next# la-a question that may be asked with tho expectation .that some tangible and surprising reply’ may soon reach our ears. Thu same progress is - apparent in almost everything I sec here. The combination to which I have Just refer red was brought here by Emerson &Co of Rockford, proprietors of tne John H. Manny reaper. The now feature—the binder—is a I most ingenious machine. -By the simple ! movement of a crank it gathfrs up the grain ; in proper sized bundles, and binds It with ; twine, forming a knot that will not slip nor j untie. It would be well to speak of I other machines embraced in tho catalogue : of farm economy, but the victories in the field of Mars are so much more interesting ; to your readers than those io the fields of i Ccks and mechanism that I will go no fur j ther in that direction. In kitchen economy, the clothes wringing , idea stems to attract tho most-attention. . TLt-rewere at least a dozen representative ; ones ouband, butthconc which seemed the la vorile,’and which In fact took the premium, j was the Universal Clotoea Wringer. This . implimtnl, to üb, acemed better adapted to i its voik than any other one on exhibition. ; K C.Biowniig, u47Broadway, New York, I Is ihegtnerul agent . t In tne fine lit hall, sewing machines and pianos seamed to be the leading and most : ultraclive features. I cent you bv telegraph I lUr tact that the Grover & Baker micnim* • : wefo awarded nrat premiums under three diflVrent heads. There were others here . .which deserve mention. The Wilcox & Gibbs machine, I know, isa generaffaviw lUMimong the people, and Mr. Council, the i secut here, has had his crowd of admirers. , The machine la a single stitch, very simple incontiivance.«a£tly understood and keptin [ 1 order, and, wnai is of much importance la 1 well regulated households, runs with little • 'or no noise. By careful, Intelligent scrutiny, • 1 it is very easy to determine wulch-is tue • best machine, and this 14 whut the propria . tors of the Wilcox & Gibbs invite. The | ■ good reputation of the machine Is dally io i treating, as their extensive sale in the West • dearly demonstrates. , ; Another-sewiug miebioe, aud of more re ! cent invention, on exhibition here, and j : which attracted universal attention, was the i “ Wred Sewing Machine,” represented by ‘ Mr. Fanner, of Chicago. It took the first • preininm as a manufacturing machine. I 1 ifiOct confess that after witnessing Mr. Far ■ mer’e illustrations ana llsteniog to hfs ex i planations ofhis machine, I was very strong •ly impressed fu its favor. He practically U. - luetrated the power of his maaufactnrlu l * machine by sewing leather of one, IwcT .three, Jour and five thicknesses, running , 1 Jrom one tolhe other without interruption^ [ the last combination making nearly an inch th'ck of solid leather. Under this heavy la } borthe machine seemed to work with per : feet ease. Mr. Farmer is the Western a "-eat 1 of tic machine, and Is located at Chicago, ; ; which is now regarded as the Western sew r , mg machine center. J • The famous Wheeler & Wilson ' clui cWks also represented by Mr. Frost of i'■ Detroit. . , . Mu>lcal instruments, especially pianos, ' were here In great numbers.* Mr, Reed. ftf ‘ jour famous Chicago “Temple of Music” , had enough instruments here to act un { a wholesale establishment in such towns as New York, Cincinnati, 'Philadelphia, Ac i The first thing he dil, tvord r to manifest , his generosity and loyalty, was to give a ; splendid piano to the' sanitary Fair. TnU ! brought into their treasury §500,' Wi h the same generosity he afterwords added the profits on another Instrument, amounting to *IOO, to the same noble charity: The lady ! managers of the Fair, for bis considerate ! generosity, w-nt a very complimentary letter to Mr. Retd, fo which he responded in hand ■. someierma. Mr, Reed jeceh edee vend pre : niiums, in fact, about a/1 tbit was bestowed, ; forbleexccllentrplanoi, organ» r &c. '■ Among the most gratifying contributions t to the Sanitary Fair was the handsome earn t-ol §IOO from Gen. Lewis Cass. Tee dona -* tion was accompanied by an autograph let ter from the -venerable statesman, which was afterwards sold, at auction for a mud some sum. Tht re were many olhcTartlcles oi deep in terest to the farmer and mechanic on exhi bition here, of which I should be glad to speuc more at length, but lam admonished py experience that the room for these minus in the Tbibuxe columns is just sow re stricted. , 1 Jo sot 11kg. to make complaints, butlam compelled to say that the facilities afforded to the representatives of the press were not such as their ardurons and difficult * duties demanded. The press performs an impor tant part mgitting up these fairs. Without its aid thty would universally be failures It is not too much then to expect thatdario<* their proceedings the members of the Execu tive Boards should afford every facility in. thtlr power to correspondents in the per formance of their duty. This they did not do. T j deecmd to particulars—in several in stances reporters were refused admittance to the judges’ stand, and at other times rfifflnr- • i carlo evacuate, when that was the onlypofnt i the information they sought coaid be , obtained; audthh?^too, wnejrmea who had , no ccnncction with the committees, save as : frltide, were allowed to remain, Ido not like to camplain of Mr. Johnltone. lie Is a I careful, pains-taking and gentlemanly Secre ! J ar J» bntnls system of keeping entrees *&c., I jß v They would puzzle a Phliadel ; phla lawyer io pcnctrato-thftli- mratertes. ml it takes a reporter » good share of his to studj them ont. I would commend : f. 0 Johnstone’* etndy and inrestleation practiced by itrTEer •Jn?"’. t* l6 , accomplished Secretary of too |-UHnols Agricultural Society- • Wltbjnst half | the labor he can mate the thing as plain aa a ! ‘-pike stalt’-I shall look tor improve: i ment In-the future. * | "No more al present" Htc-Hoo. j The following premiums awarded on Fri day, were not sent by telegraph:. 1 w.?^fJS? Ca u^. a2e Brown & ! llAl “ MZOO; Jolm Evtsrard, Kala^ J " ta H- Ererarfl; Ughißonble Harness—2d, J. H. Everard Drweed Calfskin—lst, B.’ M. Wilcox, lowa. N _ , CT-OSS SB—GBAIK, BLOtTS,SSXDS. Bale Hops—lst. Albert Carlton, Kal. SQI5 Ql wlE.l^Mte 1 E . l^Mte^eDt Com—lst, T. Johnson, Kal - Bosbel Whiteßews—Griffita^Cooley,KalSSoo Bu>hel Amber Winter Wheat—A, C. Mansell* Comstock. * Barrel White Winter Wheat Flour -Ist. Merritt & fHcCourtrie; 2d. W. W. OJcott. Kvlamszoo! \ Barrel Amber Bed Winter Wheat FJonr—isL STw ritt & McGonnrie; 20, W. Olcott. Bent Com—lst, E. C. Chambers, Bnebel White Dent Corn—3sM). T.Fox KiU-' . 32Ears60-D#y Dent-Corn—lst, Sam cel lioppln. Y«n Buren Co. . y ’ CLASS 41— BUTTES AimCIIESSI. 55 pounds Batter, made at anytime—lst prem Hrr.ri. Sherwood, - Kal;; 2d, A B Koss.Kslamazoo* 1 Croce Butter—made in June—lst, John C Bssnbter, Allegan Co.; 2d, John C. Bannister Cueete, 8 Days OJd-lst, Luther Lapham, Oak- - l>no Co.; 2d, Luther Lapham, Class 33.—Hay andHareesling Implements—lst premiums: Bay Press—John Ho'smer,Detroit. Gralu Cradle—M. Inerabam, St. Joseph Reaper—Bradhy S. William*. Kabmuoo ilowins .Machine—Younglove, DeWitt & Co.. Uevcbno. . \ * Reaper and Mower—P A Spicer, Marshall. lotobP Gr^a Binder—Mrs. Mary Manny, Rock- Lgacing, Unloading and stacking Machine—F G. &■ M. W Palmer, Chicago. Hqite Rake—Hawkins A Howe. Akron. O. * Attacnment—Charles E. Waltman, CTothes Wringer—R. C. Browning New York. ofdre^r 111 '-- G - D - : Class 8C —Barnyard Articles. Premiums were swarded to: . - s SfwlozMachlne—GeorsaDodue, Kalamazoo. Hay or CsltJe Edson, Detroit. Power wood Saw— Boftham & Beecher. Baltic Creek. - Machine for Digging Post Holes—E. W. Stew- * art, Kalamazoo. i Stump and Grub Extractor—lT, Pariah, Kalama- : zoo. ’ Class 85—Waeoue, Ac.: j t Top Bccgy-Obarles Parsons, Pontiac, _ * * Open Bug»y—Charles Parsons, PouUac. • Two Horae .Family Carriage—Stadeblker & Biethers, - - One Horse Sle:gh—Babcock & Gostln* Kalama zoo. i - v • Farm Wagon—Babcock &,Gnstfn, Kalamazoo ' Read or Trotting Wagon—Brigham & Warren. ! Three Rivers. . , Greatest Variety of Carriages—J. M. Stndebaker 1 Sou'hßend,lnd '■ Doable Farm Wagon—negebeom A BarrclLKaL ; amazeo. - | Class S4—Premiums awarded; • »• CtampU n Com Sheller—Gage & Seed, Chicago. | ,S* tartar. 6epL 24 .Monday, Sept. Sfi . Thursday.’Sept’ 29 ,Friaaj',SeJ»Ciß Sept. £). ..OcL 1. ..Oct. 3. -Clover Socd tlailcr tno Scolw— "T7xtsrCo';ci<3rei9r^O; Climax Adjratahle So?ar Cons Mill Uaot Cotter '—James Detroit. •**. Mills-WTO. Mesienffer, AHenn. , Cider MW-?. C. Wtrelim, Froepmt 111. Class Bl—Oil Falatiaa*, £c. Aldus: Portrait—lal, Jamw Forbid, Chicago; «9, John Ward. Kalamazoo. ' PsJotftjc'bf Uichfghs Artist-—lst, Godfrey, Oeaa ■ & Co";.ad, ifre. C. K Hewitt. YpmUatl. .Pencil Drawing—Fanny Allen, Kiiamaxpo'. MOPIisED.EXtIIJN'GS OF PSIS- Op ESS. feLarp . CofrespoKsenca Bat wean Generals Sherman and Hood. . SHHBtfAH DON’T W&NT TO BE CHEATED-IN THE EXCHaNGE [From tbs Richmond Dispatch, Sept, 90.] The lollowiogare ohictal copies of the cor respondence between Gen. Hood, command ing our arutyi and Gen. Sherman, command ing the United States, forces at Atlanta: , ob». uoon to OBjf. - BsAcquAitTKßs Anxr Tsmraasss, I .Dr Tins Field, Sept. 8, 1831. ' f Najor General W. T. Shcrraao, Commanding Uni ted Scales forces in Georgia: Sia—l have the honor to propose an ex change of prisoners, officers and man cap tured by'botu armies since the commence ment of the presenb'campaigu, • The ex change to be made mau (or man, and the equivalents to be allowed as regulated by the cartel. Should you accept this propositloa, a meeting can take place betweenoffleers espe cially commissioned to make preliminary ar rangements to effect the exchange. ‘ This flag of trace Is borne byilajorj Eustls, Acting General, and Gspt. W. A.>Re!d, accompanied b>an escort of six 'mounted men and an ambulance. Very respectfully, your obedient servant.' J, B. Hood, General. GENERAL SHERMAN TO GENERAL HOOD. lISADQ'itS, iItLTTABT DIT. Ol> TOE MI93I<?BrPPI, 1 Atlanta. SepUS, 186 L f- Gen J. B. Hood, Commanding Confeaerate Army: General: I have received your letter of this cate, and accept your offer to exchange prisoners of war.ln hand atthis moment. 1 tear meat have already gone North; but have sent-to ascertain wbatMimaber about are on hand, and I may also stop such as have not gone- beyond Chattanooga. The basis of exchange to be the .old cartel, X will send on officer, with a nqre -deuilcd account of prisoners Hough and Kt-ady to morrow, to confer with any one you may name. After prisoners reach Nnsh ville. and beyond, they properly fall under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner, CqL Hoflmau. Tours truly. w. I. Sherman, Major General Commanding. [endorsement, j I have just beard that there are abontAne thousand en route to Chattanooga, and five hundred here, besides some squads not jet sent in by the various brigades. X will have an officer at Ronghjind Read; to-morrow, at ouep. nL, with lull details. W. T. Sherman, _ Msjpr General Commanding. UsADqnAnTERS, Militabt Diyisos 1 i or the > Atlanta, Georgia, September'?, 1894. ) Gen. J. B. Hood, commanding Confederate Array: General—As I engaged yesterday, I consent to on actual exchange »f prisoners, man lor mun, and equal lor equal, dillercnces or bal ances to be made up according to the cartel of 1802. I Lave appointed one of my luspeo- • tor Generals, Lieut. CoL W. 'Warner, to car ly out this exchange, and will empower him to call for the prisoners, and all-such gu trds as he may need to cllhct too actus! transfers. We have here twenty-eight officers and sev en hundred and elghty-ttro* enlisted m-a; and in route for Chattanooga, ninety-tores officers and nine hundred and seventy men, making ouedhoasiud eight hundred attd tea on baud, that I will exchange fora like num ber of my own men, captured- by you in this campaign,-who belong to regiments with me, and who can resume their places at once, as _I take It for granted you will do the same., with yours. In other words, fisr these men' X am not jvUtlug- to take equivalents be longing to other armies than my own, or who belong to regiments whose times are our, and who have been discharged. ‘ By your laws all men eligible lor service j are ipse facto solciefß, and a very good one it I is; aijd, if needed for civil duty, they arc ! simply detailed Wc found In At- i i lanta about a thousand o(These follows, and : , I-»am satisfied they afe fit subjects of ex- I ; change; and If you will rclc.se an equal i 1 number of our poor fcl ows at Anderson, I ( I will gather these together and send them as ; prisoners.' They seept to have been detailed ; for railroad and shop duty, audldohetask for i them an equal number of m> trained sol i dicr?, but .will take men belonging to any port of (be United States army subject to , your control. . We hold a good many of your men etylcd “deserttrs,” who are really straggleis, and ; who would be a goodyolbet to bitch ol our \ stragglers and foragers as your davalry pick J up orofirmcn; but 1 am constrained to giro v ’these mdu, though sorelyyg debt the grain, i the benefit of their character, pretended or ! ■ real. , • •• j As soon as Col. Warner agrees upon a few point a with, the officer you name, I will kind the prisoner* to the places appointed, and recall those not,beyond Chattanooga; and ycuiuay count on aboot 3,ooo'in t&eejg-vce gate, and get ready to give m»j a UUo numb»r 1 am -willing to appoint I(o«gk auil Heady or Jonesboro as y lno place oi exchange, as also for the jjJace ol delivering the citizens, male ami female, ol Atlanta, who start to go Soillli, e I am, with respect, yours truly, % * W. T. Sokhuav, . Major Genera] Commanding. Brigadier General Gorau is at Chattauoo taacd can be broimbt back. Iwduldliketo hare Stonemen and Capt, Boel ✓ ■ . CEN*. HOOD TO.GEN, SUEHMAK. UzAiHjOAETxna Aiarr" op rn* Tbsnesjkb f General W. T. Sherman, commandite united States forces: -* Sir—l had the honor on the Dth Instant to propose to yon an exchange or prisoners— officers and men captured by both armies since the commencement uf the ptesentcam paign. At the meeting on the 11th Inst bet tree* -one rcspective'staff officers, itijor J. H Eustls and Lieut VoU '.Varner, I. G., Intend ed to atrangaeuca preliminaries as the time and place of delivery, &c-, a communi-atiod was rcceiTod Jrom you rendering, I re-ret to inform yon, an exchange of oriaonors. im possible.' - - _ Your refusal to receive in exchange, jour soldiers belonging to “ regiments whose times arc out, and who hire, been dls* charged,” disclosed a fixed pumose on tho part ol your government to doom to hone leas caplivrty those prisoners whose terms of service have expired, or will soon expire. Thoncw principle whtchyon seek to inter polate on the cartel of oar respective gov ernments, as well as on the laws and customs ®f 'War, "Will not be. sanctloneff-by me. All captives taken in war, who owe no obliga tions to the captors, must stand ondho same Cf l ua UpoUng. The duration of these terms ol service can certainly impose no dnties.or obligations on the captors. The volunteer ol a day, and the cthscrlpt for tho war, who may be captured in war, are cquaUy subject . to all tho burdens, and equally entitled to all the rights secured by the laws of nations. .This principle Is distinctly conceded in tk« . cartel entered into by our respective eoverr . meets, and is eanctioned by honor, jnsticc ; and thsjmbhc law of all civilized nations, M» oiler to exchange the prisoners captured during the campaign precludes an intention on my part in the delivery to discriminate between your prisoners, as. all would have been delivered; and even had it been Intend ed, this discrimination between your men Whose terms ot service had and had not ex pired, -would have been impossible, and could not have been effected, as I had no'reliable means of ascertaining what proportion ot your men were entitled to their discharge. As was proper, I notified my Government of ray offer to you to effect an exchange of prisoners Ciptnred during this campaign; ..andnot only was ny action approved, bat m £i££T crnmcnt Placed at nrr entire dlspo- Immediate exchange, man for man, all Oie prisoners at AndersQnTflie. I have the honor to renew mr offer to ex change prisoners os proposed in my first communication, and remain yonr-obedient • servant, j. b. Hood, General. TDE EXCHANGE OF PBISONZhs GOING OK, Macon, Ga., September 17, ISOt—A'spo dal txchange-of. two thousand prisoners has been agreed upon by Generals Hood and Sherman, and seven hundred’Yankees will be sent forward to night for that purpose the heuels pi xee nitix- IsH utua JMABgfeT. Contract* for ETaQroad Iron andJPlates for Aron-tliadT' Sblps. [Correspondence of the N. T. Herald.] ' Losnos. Sept 10,1361 ’ • This week I have news for you of consid erable importance. Hearn—bat-no matter how, though a completely reliable source—that an agent of Jelf. Davis’ govern meet baa lately arrived from the South, armed jvitb extraordinary powers, and on a special mlffilon. His mission is iron. He ,bas negotiated for several thousand tons ert railroad iron—made on purpose ’ for the Southern rallroads.to renew and repair the permanent way of the leading lines through out the Soath—a matter of vital importance' in conducttog their military operations. The rails are lichfc-not over half the weight of ordinary rails. They are cheaper, and go much further, besides being more easily han dled and lard down. They are to be taken In tmall cargoes at a time and run the block ade, principally iny> Wilmington.. The piy -mentfor-these supplies la to be in cotton coming out on the return voyage. Besides the rails, iron plates, three and one-half inches in thickness, have been can ■ tracted for, to construct tfircc fast iron clad vcseplb, of about a thousand tons, burthen each. T_wo of these are to be built at Wil mington, and the other at some other port my informant not-being able to tell me! These vessels are to have most powerful eu*- mccs (oscillating,) and beable to ran sixteen knots an hour and carry sir guns each. They are to be ready by next April, to commence a iew eampileo on thtrdceau, aud.oe re id 7 to * sink anything afloat that carries the Yan kee flsg.’i One of these is to cruise the Pa cific, among thcJ?alifornia gold ships and the China merchantmen and whalers. Full arrirgements are maklngrto have sup- Dlies of coal in different the world, •with two or three steamers from this'side. Our, lace, left Bremerhaven in charge of Semmes. The rebolv, with a quiet chuckle, say they will complete the raln-of Yankee commerce, what has not already been doreby'Semmes; and tbpa there will bo such'a clamor for peace among the commer cial and monetary classes, underwriters,&c. thatmo Washington govorumett can with! stand ft,' no matter Who is President, The most important articles heretsfo--e ‘Wpt Into the Sonthern cooniry byj)loukide roADun. little bean solpetre aadsqlpsar to supply tiu-ir powoer mills, and next to these; rlfice, medicines, army shoes and hoots, sal dltry, harness and clottitg. This rebel agent eays U the port of Wllmiteton were closed tbbsSrar could not last six months longer. Cooelder'hie despair and anxiety peeps oat: hot-strong hopes are enfrrtaUe’d iq me new auahginjentfl.for a suppU of .iron rails, ar mor plates, and the forthcoming vessels. Two if the engines are contracted for by Ci>de builders, acd thejother.it Is brlUved; will be built on tbcThamca The cargoes of; -iron, At, arc to be paid tor os delivered. ft Is owing to,'peculiar circumstances that I have become possessed oi this information, and yonYnoy repend on It os impllcftljaa if you saw Hall detailed uodef the sign maun al ot J. ff Davishirosclf, A good deal of anxiety is expressed os to a supply of men to keep up me consuot waste of the Southern armies, the most of the boys collated becoming invalided in two or. thne mouths. if'not killed, wounded or ctpiuicd.' They rely very lately on divis ible end schisms at the North during the next six months. FBODJI GEiV. GHIIUT’S AB.IIV, Political Feelloe or iho Army-Groat >lliaz>ge ofSfptlnirht-Mrnb'ieisQths ot me mmy fur old Abe-l»unalti«* in the 39th llltaoin. [From onr Special Corresoondcnt ] In Frost or Petbrsbubo, Va,’,) Sept. lltb.jaJL 1 The results, of. the Chicago Couveutlou, the platform adopted, aud the nomination of McClellaii for the Presidency, has been fully digested by the soldiers in the field; we liave also read General-McClellah’s letter of ac ceptance, and let me 'assure cot only the readers of the Tribune but the rpad**rs of Jeff. Davis 1 organ lif'Chicago, that McClel lan, the hero who has wqn no battle and' captured tuf'towo, except New Jersey, will appeirvion e*t inventub when the rcsulhof the November election is kno wo. We have canvgssed the camps to a coasid-" eiable extcntftmd at some points electlous buvo alrt-ady*Deen bold, In order to probe the popular feeling, xnd we find laovorylß stance that a seven-clghtb vote is always for Old Abe Lincoln, the pilot, best fitted to finish the cruise, and ic will be a great mis take (to uEe a nautical phrase,) If che lua*- ser of victory doeA not bring us up to the “wharf 0/ pcacej” irith out compromising the honor of the Administration. You or . your readers, need not imagine that the 10th Army Corps is alone represented, for we boldly state without thcfle«st possibility ef ’refuta tion, that the whole “army of the Potomac” will clve a large majority for Abraham Zin edn os the next President, It will he safe to admit that Geo. B.'Mc- CU-llau would have b:<na strong aatagonlst had his friends plvfu him a better foot hold, but atpicaert ;t Is too slipping and insecure totiUBU The pfot/orm is of poor material and cot put upright. The commander of an Eastern'regiment lately told me that six officers in the re gi ro cut who bad opfnly declared to support McClellan for the Presidency, before the- Chicago Convention, bad now, after re«ding the articles ol the platform on which bis election should be based, turned compTetsly around, and would not vote for him under ucy circumstances. It, perhaps, -does not become u-c to dcecant as ireely on political roster?, being no politician, hut 1 cinaot help giving issue to the ab*ve named facta, especially lor the benefit of the sanguine sup porters of “Little Mac ” The casualties in the 80th Illinois Volun teers, tbc'cnly rcgim-iit representing the State in thcarmy operating before Richmond tor the p«st ten dais, arc as follows;' Kdwatd Woodnard, private, Co 1, Voand of left slue. \ Jnha VT. Rapp, prlva'e. Co, I, killed. Francis M, raiton, private, Co. -I, wonad left Chari** N. Root, private: Co. D, killed. Hiram Robinson, private, Co. ET, wound leftnlde. Charles Ltvaley, private, Co E, wound left foot. Henry Ilummond,‘private, Co. B, wound right hard. jr » All of the above named wounded are doing well; . .. Fifty-four men. whoee time has expired, Avcre muttered put ufew days since, aad arr on their way home. The regiment expect to reach home In time for the November elec tion, and the prospect is deemed good. Col. Joshua B. Dowell, oar old Brigade commander, but lately it command of the 5d Division, 10th Army . Corps, met with a sad accident on the night of the 12th in»t, occasioned by his.'horse falling with him, whereby be received injuries that caused hla death on the 14th. lie received the best of cat c ana attention at the camp of the S9th illmcis, until the .spirit ol the brave and patriotic officcyasud soldier wended Ha way to a mansion prepared for it, eternal in the Heavens. Chicago. £s'’A writer in the Boston Daily Adver iher eajs just what the New York JDaitySews Bays: public letter, General McClel* lan h>)B wriUcn private luttera to various In fiucntiol persona very dlfiercnt from hla let ter of acceptance.” Come, ley us have these private peace epis tles cf Little McClellan. __ k ppuialiueuts. Gen. Phil Sheridan’s Appointments, ■tVinchester. Straabur?. Flshtr’eßUL Lynchburg. .. Gen. Grant’s Appointments. vr*i(l(-3 TUHhmtl. Petersburg. HJchmondl '• ’ * OILN*. SHERJTAN’S Arpo LNrMEKTST" After boldiilg a prolMctcJ meeting at At i3rrlH,\Wncrahc hopes by his epistles to the Hoodwinked Georg iaas, to make manj cOn- Tcreions, General Sherman will take up hie znarch for—he knows where. Admibal Fabiiau ct’s Ai'rorN-niExi’e. - Mobile. Fob PnEsTDK?TT—Abraham Lincoln, of Il linois. . * Fob Vice Pbesident—Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee. Gen. Sheridan, politician of the fight, log persuasion, has come out distinctly for “ the immediate cessation of hostUUiea.” Sheridan’s Peace platform is of the sort the people'ftand on. J&abatfts Jptmiiads Sifters Greenbacks are Good BUT Eohack’s are Better. hosask's bitters. Seed for all derangement of tbe Stomach, Bllloam p*t Liver Complaint and.Gtocral Debility, ROBACK’S BITTERS. fier compose the ▼b'b.lerful tonic rroncrtle* .Clwns tone to tbe appetite and digestive organa • ROSACK’3 SITTERS. jJcStiltalftl ladies md sedentary persons *Ol Had Ls "Ultra aa excellent "tSaic. ROBACK’S BITTERS. 4 wlaeglaaaftiU before each raealwUl remove indl« gesfcfcn and all Llyer diseases. told, wholesale or la aay desired quantity! 56, 58) 60 ae4 63 East Third Street, CINCINNATI, . . . . . OHI O< «£n£V«tfl. b7 b D^|kt*Mldd ealer* , -in m*Humi ??!!S? J iU^ roa *^® a 5 U»* coantrr- Bh3>cftlT T^TA^A-U jaisciaaimmg. TRADE. KEITH, FAXON & GO., JOBBSBS OF HATS, CAPS, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furs, Skating Caps, llncksUn Goods, Umbrella*. MILIIMM AND STMWGOOB3. WOOL HOODS AND KNIT GOODS, Aad all tie new style* of ladies* Straw, Pelt and Beaver Hats A lß *toro the LABGEBT ufl MOM ATTBACTIva Kocfe of above Goodi ever broajrhl totbtemsraer.andwiththa advaatateef etaascr lor cub, before tB« recent aavaaca, we aw VSSSSSi'S $2?« sfflees that ™ de » •» Oar Glove sad muen Department baa bad oar ■pedal attention, and compile** an TJKSUitPAaSZD SJiortnißotorßnck.Potßatad Ktd, AU deaien In oar has will flrfi it for their Inter*! to aichie oar goods and price* before porcbasUf tsar proerpt personal attention given to orders. KEITH, FAiOJT Sc CO., 45 and 47 Lake-st., Chicago, „ ks q«2 saai ° 189 DUANE STREET, NEW YORK. mm TVMABTIM S3N & GO., Boccessors to • ' MAHTH & HBOS., (Fofu:ul..-, o* St. Lonls and Chicago,) - Slcunfacture andkeep apenna* neut assortment of CXiQTKI'M’G. tci-viradai LUMBER MANCFACT® JL EOS. K.TT. Span!dint’i patent aaw-teatb in. ■•rlcd In circular aawu &lio, rcDiirlar la all it. biascht*.- ImchcaM tectk canataaUf oa^ Aaad, p-ica I<.»aach. AUAlndaof *aws factoiaxß’.lawetrriSes All rivi cola or wart dan* warranted. S. W. SPAULDING ft BB05; saa! ■’^SSSSSr I*' 1 *' btt " Frsclil: ‘ “* Chtew* EASTERKPS-- mm.‘m swpamia Tit* u tas osiy cMictas tua; mu <nr# disaust vtslox irosa an impose r_i:e ot the blood, tta: 9m>(hia or Ktag*s Em, canesi*! Ta« mor^KrapaouofOieSkla, la? 7 4;lm*ie Sore Ejh,’ ttlagnoni •; Teller, scald (lead. Old Naftiy feral S»ieS)Bwellliiga«itbe(iiattfi, C#«|»ra- I7i While SweliiasO} Pile*, Blotehw, Bod*, Pimple* ua ine Sae«, Goitra HDeQKuinsin,oropey or Gravel,Urer Cooipluuil Oitpcpeia, N'l'Toa* Aflto hens, Beaenl Uebllltr, *ll Chrosit dletaitioiidah diafatuw ■Htiig Croat theuoeof nereiuTi xaia awuema eomomet na • cazcencatei 2t*ta the Maid airtrr.rt of SARas.rVRILLA <&( BoodcrtS Boot) VKLLOW DOMt, 3 ILuiN-OA*aS tht lODiOfcO? POrarafUM. nn otter tbldhdU re.etsbie porlfylot? ftxtntf.t*, preparsa hv ftntv diet*lent process so aa to reader uieprepar* Qod Ibemcct eflctclaas rfimsdjr OT?r effeted to W paetiefor alt CiseMes ariiinr -rei' an impure rut* oftb* BUK7- or*dn»r*Te'lcoiiCluocoft6e.fTftc*a. UE.rAftT»KL,f'a lOPIHB A3U S AitJAPaF.iI,IA la a corstlietloiiat rettery, and tu a luonPaaeoa* acncooathr T*noiu erzans or tse syitvi., excitm* ts*c to aitta, and snshim* them t* per form the function* that mudU* Cine PUBJfIEa TI'K BLOi'D, COISBBCT# the 3F t-nSTIONB O! ondFiTKLSoli BOrb'-„. Impure acd discard o»iter fro® tae Md by tbps retnevus tkr CAUSE of dlsrAse.tho CUSS li rerdrred C?BTAI* and P»»Mf FBJ-’X DB.E&CIS «LS’3 IODISE ANDSABoAPARILLA tberouchir rtcoiates the whole syitam. (rues It from all Imparities «sd p<.ss«(aimr ttaoie pooa.lar porUyini acd Blood Cleasaina powers u tb4 rraioa why Ills equally etacaolooa Lc so many dlffarcnt complalats. ISIPOBiaST 'AO THE SIUK. To pe;sea9 who *ro Elea ana an* cesifV tc ms a Mooa Purlfylfiz Madleina. wcpiadxa touabCTi* rUytbat. • w OB.KABIAKbT'S IODINE 1m olz CdX&PEK and BBTTI2 tbaaJalPE. TowDitDa’i. Ayrei* or any other-B*rer-, nafSß.erßl .cu pnrttymr Msclclne now oflered M recomaicnd this nedlclae to tbeir pa tient* «a at csece wbrep It Is Indicate besants kmowiLe Incredlacta are the BEST, that-OXB kBOWC to tie M«o|cal Facalty. _ - - •pr Price. »IAS per pottle. car prepared and told or Pit. S. KASTKULV A CO . comer of Third and Coestnat streets, St. Loqji Ulaamul; jyßxjldat DB. EASTERLY’S Family MMlolat Store, 39 £*adl:-oa atr->et, sear the Foal Office, Cbl> c*2o,lUlaci3. - I>R. EASTTEISM'S AKKRaCAW This Talcatic . Llnhacu) tffil emi B&eouii&ulvzii, Sprain*)} Uroisca, Cnxc ' AVouKda, liiecrA, OCDti&ded Tei2' 4om, swe-Jcd auS StUT Joluto, Ldsi> bagOf and all bbeaMi where a® exleznal remedy b indicatod* DB. XABTKKLTTI AWBEICAK LINTMENY WIL aliocurr Sprain*, Gall*. Ct4td% Bla* Bone Scrttchea. or Woutda which are cofStSsmy oc cnnlog to BOBshs. Feailita shoa.a it CON- OH HARD to msWln ttieef tH~ 503 *sla at DA EASTKRI.T & CO.’-* FamJlj W Mioisoc atreet, near the Poet Office, Cnc»«o, UL CIHRE YOURSELF. UR. SASEG’S SFnCii'JO. irhH H?cr£Jclne Cure for StrictarM, Seintbftl' WeaKn<tn, Ufol eases of tbe Kldnvfiia Bladder, ana all BlseaMiof ths«idal Organs canned by Contaglonor Weaknets oi elihcr S*z JCtlec oiFenalf-c. . Thlacl«*n*.po*-n arc2dnttf»nibis preparation, to CtlebratedlnalioarL&i’UE CITJiS for toe coka of PHVSTK LIaEASBS. is now otieced to the af flicted and WAB«4NvES to CURS all diseases oi tbe Genital Urg-iLa of eitier aas (males cr females) la tnnrdi UK. BASER* SPECIFIC Is the ONLY 3aFS au£ REHaPLS REMEDY for toe COHK O* tifBRMA- ToniUHEA, E?tfstaliT terra** SEMINAL- WH*k. NK33.CaD*£U BV bXL?-ABU.*tOR EXUESstVS INDULGENCE,which Is now so FBaRFULLYPHIS VALBST tnaUna/ jorthecocxuv. Reader, have you a fsivate DISEASE. or ace Dlicaiocs tbe Ai-UleDSfl. BLADDER OR SEXUAL ORGANS. Do not MSleall. DELAY (S DANGIE CBS. Froccrc iioure that Ceiaor»t»d HcmeaT.DS. BARBS* SPECIFIC, Which hhi CUBED tboosazds area thousands and ura them from the bands CJ MSRCILnoa QUACKS, U not from FBKMAIUiU GHAV 89. LB. BARFB* SPECIFIC Is r groat H BALING PUIOI iING and eSI.v cerRISQ KUMaDr,renui: ins TO MBDJCAL AID OU ADVICE. M plain duoe none lea me acronpaav each bot’Je of tia iieclcmc. Dr. Baker’s 80-*riflc Is very aawcable to the taste, u ptffegqr BASK AND B ARtfSSS TO Wi CONsVI TDTIGN. and »ul elfccttiWTXUßK VaS WOKST -AND-NOSi- OBSTINATE CASES OE PStVATR * DISEASES, aud restnrd the sntem to a perfect sutr Of HBALTK AND PUSITT. r ViV.h DB. BAKF.c.'a SPECIFIC TO a can CUI’A TODLbhi.F FOR ON SATAN TG T Zi JION3Y ihti C physician will ebar.-e, without change of diet cr £rgo. tnsla tao, tad thus prevent all chance Cl EArOsuitß. H . B —lc losa-atsadmjr and ohattnate cosu of Go*- onh£E*,ol*etacu Ses:ULal weakness. Dr. BAKER’S INJECTION will to foud a valiUDla assiicaat to au SEFCIFI’J in tuMulcv the dlieaaa.Brd ssoaid >s used in conjunction with it until a perfect cure H effected A Treats? on s-rzni! ci3ed the Initmcior,” a&comnastcs each Beetle of the medv cino-* BT Frlco—Dr. Baker’l Bpedflc. St per bottle’. N E3P I’Slce—Dr. Bike.-’fLlaJecilos, slpe; beetle. 13T Price—Hale Inicctlaß Bjrliue, SO eeats: fs>- m*it,sc ceuu. / ET Esct by Express to all parts of the country cs. receipt of the money. Ilf- Prepared and Bold by DB. it, EASi'EJiLV. Bomhwttt corner of Third aad Chestnut atr?.-a. Leu'*, Me., Sols Proprietor. ■ • * sale at DB. B. EASTERLY ft CC>j rsa* Ur Medicine Store. 93 Uadison strcit, ae« p ox . Office, Chlca«o,Ill- 'flS. OASTES’SCOTHJH B AiSAi! jwm Cure Congrfcs, Colds. Asttams, Coa» BDmpdon, BroncbJtis, Spittle* . Bloody Paln'ln site Sido and -ilreiutt Croup, mud all Bis* eaw* of the Throat and Luiijt, ' a&, JL a Cocßb. o«id. ct aaj dJieasa oi rb» or Throat ? J)o r.ot neslwt iETh CLLTON3 DIB by BMSlecsiae a CUililOS COLD. Comm &ci tolfis.lf not cared, leia to COSBITKP TIOh.and Ihtiß to DEATH. U&r / rProrvUß at once that TTcwisdr. OR.CAIr TF&’SCrUttHjALSAn. witch aerer (alb to BTOr tup conoa /MM?urATgLr, aadtocticctaFßß FKCT t’UFB 1 la A /*w CaTi. It Is beyond all donbt thflmoetPFnTXCT RE¥S?T)Y for all OiieUßS Of ihv TIIi.OAT A£TD LUKBS kaowa to tbo clviiiisd TTOrll. *F rnce—iml bottles, 50 camapex bottle; lara* bettlee.jlpffboule. t*~ Tor Mile at DK.JI. EASTERLY * CO.’S F«a. Uy Medicine Store. 92 Madison Btreet.'Cblcozo. lIL «el-Q74IOtTH flATA'ni Jfl O E DT S E ITT EST Diarrlicea. dix.on’6 Aromatic Blackberry Cari?iaaike 13 Tflfi ORLY SATE AND SUBR It contains no OPIUM or delatarioas dm»a, no ameM or other Injurious comaonndt common to remedies generally sold for til: cliaa of disease. It U to efficacious that Physicians rvrj Rtaerallj «u it in their practl-o 'n all chronic and daaterona cuu. IF"Uio to Choleramnc’nrei or doettfnl coaaosl tiort. (cany of which undermine and mim tbo con. ftltunou,) when yon can obtain at umilltes i eatedy as simple and sale as Blackberries themaelyca. Ask forDixoji’a Ur.acrn*»*T Cabicqxixtx, and see that the rroptlator’s name la written on tha oat tide wrapper of each bottle. Prepared only by w. F. DAVIDSON, Bole Proprietor, Cincinnati. Fcr Bile bj bH xefipectßOlß DrassJatß. Price--25c., 50c. end sl, per Bottle niBSHAHS & TAS St’ItlACK Wholesale rinffiiftf, 16 L*te «treat, Chicago, An thoijzed aei-qtl3-}iii t-b*t U SIDiGISpH GENERAL’S OE. D - c - *» 31.15 H. .„_{v Nll ■ a , rn,:; * A3B aßaißTßjrr siaaaos. tob LOLOnKD Tsoor i. Can4i-lat*i mast be3r*da. •Ua ci acme Regular Medlcaltou"re. loilrti S f W«dical Oaean to®Vbea^ Tcsed by the SurgeoD GeacmL. xa® 3card will d» tdtmlne whetliar tfce candidate will WiaMQlnted BantfSo or Aislataat Surgeon. according f 0 SarycoyOereral U.fu A., LoulayUle, Ky* Boards we \° •“■!« a > Button, New Tort; If urSai. ;cn. CmclajAtL flt tools tod Sew Orleans. ALbO WANTEO—HosriTAI. STZwxbob TOb Cor* g«*n BMIITIKW. Oatuldntft* malt n.‘HMO A IftlT Sngusn education SS s^ n i- <4u ®f ,u tt* of Aptdletfumii bomtc.aa In the case of Surgeons aad Aaaittfuir on^i*? #:< l p rf, ,&tlon from 123.00 to IJS-COwST raw “HyrtSJ A«“*=^«>a rao nL RSAs£ STENCIL ALPHABETS ho. in?! Si&si. XinK-Kf!.ttasjnwmrer* m tta.Unlt** BtatM,of Bran t# JPAFlrurer, t* any *re*t extent or j» aS vansry. sold at whoi«»ie it “S Paicxs.A; , c’ t She B2ST OF IND2LIBLS STlicBL stMcll Diet sad all ttedta Sag 1 .,?’ 30 -'- amala * The kcKlnlev oil com- PAKF.—Boric* or Drvmjcn>J«* 1 *»rv ToESi Ssst'nbc-lth 11m TleTrnsreff Of the UeKlol-r oa ComoaSv 1 *»?f-. declared a divider*! of THUEBPerCea “fJa t F oftK mj jamlrrs 01 the compacy. Xorthamon*h «iS? ait.) pajasle cn ffenaad a: tbe efflo erth. 3r Jtbn mteM-'ew Ycrk.to at the clo.e of barista* thlsday tC - of rec < r « « WALXEK u. LiwiOJf, fTeunrtr, SjPRTJaNOE, PRESTON" 4: CO, P CMIBUS-SIOK EERCHANTq J. W, r*E2*«&r, I * f3. A. HOJtXTKsA 65. { s*« 6? Sfcg.i I «* J. B.PMSTOy. J [ J.IH 500w£?^ LERT horses city, after ttSay** 100 Oovemment Btsbks, U tMr -broken 5® J55 Q 3 In aH particular* weu oaari fro™ fifteen (*5) toalxwen fl«; £ cin fiTB W*’ mre (9 year* old. A: w ßiu p staa , r 7 e ssi“ " au ”» p “ po, “- ■ „2 V, r , 3 f: “ r COL J HUES A. EKiS, Chl*l FltitDl. Tl ;*Vf Q . U .L°- D« undent O HAT, Royal con- SUUS.TB, 417 Clark Street. n>CLAtJj3SMtJ3, Connl. Latter Bex m,Cbleaito.lu. seHQI-tltli r THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES J. pa’d for OLD JTSWBPAPBE3, PAMPSLSTS ®oo|9, Either printed or written os, at* WA3TO PAliliof evcxyeejcrtatloa. PAID FOB RAGS ~ iUM.IH Bttpct Hostellers sitters. ** jp AB AGFBAPHS FOR THE IP E O-P L E . DEDICATED TO All Who Seek Health AHD DESIEJS TO SHOW aow t« secobe re For Upward of Twche Years THB SOCCS3S O? HOSTEITER’S STOMACH SITTERS E*tf been a marked la tie Medical History C toe country, and their celebrity coofio- Mnnrniio of infer.or preparations ban been t» toihey bar® «U faflsd: while u»e Ouronrat Am dfffiySSAh 9 estimation and confidence of the rubUa TaovaAifiM nav* confidence la it because they an aware that it secures health to families who dwell U Insalubrious districts, sad that those tons situate* who do not ow lt,fan<iickfro»i toactfocuof bad au and unwholesome water. - _pm i irncsßos tells another what Hchtxit«*s Brpr*jta have deaofor him, and thus the reatxUcoi cf the Usur FamiltSustoxitits Is constxnHr-a tending. • m Tin: sens’ shot It win cure Orpmu, and even •pcdtb of I.VUTQI3TIDX. it almost universal, and tt !> a katiokai. CKuxr, fonaded on testimony £rc2 ssarcas known to be worthy of Implicit trust. - Tnx tzxhlz take it because It imparts vigor, w.i» ont proanclnr undue physical-or mental excitement and recuperates not only the relaxed end dcblUtalfi trams, bat tia constitution Itself. Abakpoitww tne ad alters ted sthnnisata or com «erce Heretofore prescribed for m&lcinal pnrpoor* Invalids resort to liosrrmm’a Bzttses aeazna lavlgonmt, wholly vegetable and pcnecily pare. TaoBX who suffer Cron Uver complaints rely npci It because they derive fro* Us anti-ollioaa prwxsrtlw Immediate tad certain relief when all the nroaS are scribed remedies hate proved useless. lir 7Z7XS and dgae and all Intermittent levers. i& cording to the statements ot cdbatleas wttawaes, fci Brims break npttao paroxysms with absolute cer talnty, and speedily restore the strength of the patient Kwiwb caw be more wonderlal than the operatic* of the preparation In onensAT* hahk* or wgrrYX kxos, lor It la a mild and genial cathartic, aa wall si i tonic ana corrective. Ire hxatjxq and regulating effect nren the bo well in whatever way they may be disordered, le admitted to be one of Its most valuable choraetertsOcs • anr hence no usefatacas U colio. oxasehra. war,*.. U023C3, and DYsrsrißT,, . * < Saab toil, Privation and exposure maybe borfii with cumpurative Unpunlty.in any climate or locality by those who sasfhhi their strength with this whale* .none and agreeable stomachic. - Iw CAUvoran, and Australia It- Is the mlnart WAlcsuy and saiegnant and > In South America an t the if e»s ladies Is oonstdere-1 the most reliable aceli* mating medljdso and preventive of malarious ferar ran other epidemics. - * ’ dzorrsa 07 CLOfATj always Inrslvea danger, nalew Ereoentlons are token to prevent it, Fortify wit: ostxttxb s BiTTzas, and bht-deflance t® vicrKT tudes ef Jenpcratnre and exhalations generated bi excessive heat acting on e swampy sou. Mx?» 07 Tm houxst attainments to msdlcalsmenct arc now using and recommending this nr.Tmri Vzhetjuju! Tpno as a restorative after fevers, an* the very best icrengthing aedifiino for feeble coots lescenta. * Anmati wormth dirascs Itself through even Ibcr of the frame after a dose of the BiTrxnsfani on lUe wine and nmmedlcated stimulants. thevritT*r*nat even on the weakest stomach. TWn onraiWAt, towpla for the manefheture of thh Spoolflc Is rigidly adhered to. Ih qaallCi«Bd proportions never vary. Conseenentiv *2 •peretfkn Is Uniterm, Moreover, It doe* aoiuetcrtor a*.e Lb any climate. I'saußm of delicate eenatltntlOßS and subject ts say of the peculiar dldcultlai which effect the bee!** oflhetex.r. la recommended by physicians who* * mods liiUcia-aof aUmeata their especial sto** ua Tf wlirlrablo regulator and. restorative, x mat PiesewaxyAew* in Jii deem will “H^i^^^Tmeatswttbi k«« “SStegf’SS SSSS.SS7S siiiv othxb prescription nu disappear* expecbiuon. In cases where • the system la saiferiai frem the afects of mineral medicines, this pewerfrL TzeCTAiLx Cosxxonve will restore the toneo/ae *fif£ UT ?*s*W fcs » «“let the nerves. an* arrest Si bhSod f tt9/0 - 02 n * CTI ttß ergsssud tS gmmhnwa 4axr ix EosTrrr.-.x'i Brraraa m »/>v. bsce* rbo bert tonic* of toorescUbleklSloa irttt the pur« fe»Bxxcß or Brn. to* mlldea&iii I'fnni loots, &od thjt It 1* toerefore a sat* medicine wbe^taE isssssc" *“ '«issg Dußura taa zvtzbtjus between the bet nazes a •H Inierninrat na<l remittent reran it will befenad °(£ e cpnlt!i«r tbebodfly coerpleian? tlins eaablUff nature to copo wltk ngd inMne tS JBSIAUJt 4 >* sjci.-Sictx*s3, which fiomtlaetmmemoriaihaaJau Its own way wnb Us unfortunate tlcUmm, islaf&llihu cured, sometime* In a few minutes, alwan within i fen boors, by a dote or two of (be preparation. ■ A* a?bt3st»3 medicine capable dtthoroucbl! reinforcingthe physical powers, and therebTonahliai them to repel the atmospheric poison which eeneratei dlseasn Hostetler’s Bitten stands tonlex. Ho other can eojnoeta with U. recuperate the side and wounded. .Its rood effect* when administered under medical auperrlaloa art freely admitted by anny Mjjctau. Omcsssot etctt rrada i* the army and .tavy m: and praise it, and loluiew and sailers at home on ilcji lease flsd thstoo other mneoraot so soon fits them tc raw:*h«ls»cUtbducesipjbelr coeatry’isetrlc* 6x531 ®<>™icwrfo*c!al»,aattQn pi dlstmeuiahed reputation, analytical chesSim: wen Toj“J”l ao F r,t whenlaftctioaia abroad, or u dr. «ronasUnceaTrherebealth la in uauiuiiLST Isaff. mistake, and one of which protracted l new or F<«< conjeaueacea may hethepenalty. •*«* Owdib to ran unprecedented «*—«»* &^ e^r^y.^s- h gjg," ai “»£^‘»>“aVsS^?*.ss Uhphisc&ixi> nzazass fcelnainthe hahltofaffnr. lug an article purporting to he Ha*rwn*»»". and cask, it la TiMcrrux l tte ar3rrars rj *fiiiTios Usaldlanab «fe!^SggffSS e *aRS3gpSSSS sffMHs'sMjs'a® Tan’s STouatmßrmwa. dealers In rood standinr. whose hu*teo«ahlrac£si are a fuaniifee against deception. 11,11 saaractan . Tan Hiatt Taxon Imported liquors *&**«»■ ,I*. ‘Jered their adulteration udlrertal. It u neat fa possible to procure a stimulant that Is not more poisonous outside of Hostetler's Bitten.mSr hiSfi U nj>nre domestic article, (naraateed to be onre"^ ssaf , ? Wr sssaj rvniJ^ s SS* vs occaired to which fHbu “otS'^TrEi." 15 hum “ £ ““* «“SSt- S<is» Btx to ;t that each boss!* job bny ut« ts* saw engraved Label, dlapiajlng a ranera wlcnetta ■ Gi-orc, M,a the DrnVn. with £ tuS, caiuojjm hucilpaoa nademcalh j and at thotbS I JS.”., 0 ,!. 11 “ d lor oaa (jetr, atamd ■•Hoatetti a BnUU,” to cocaterfelt 'Which li a felony. W “ * t? aotitiot: to these ainoraEDa aojjxst nxm. •rerrbottle of‘‘Hoßtctlert Celebrated htomaciS PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT With »a Official under the anthoife U. S. Treasur Departmeit. ks&sssssssn a^ssrass sent and heavy flaw. ✓ * uajinacct >», to an Who are teoila nnaciattil and broaca dawn [.health and ralrtti. 5 rolcilß- In any war rrj.ni Gnmi orLooab DmS TT. a conrsa of thla .EanmoMUTUo ELrraSui too * ‘ W '““tnßoaaflSSS JS As x Miajib oj* PiTTXHTnra «» AAXnmra am Batnre decay: of rallying tad WitataJa* suktuSl* Jla» and all otkar dlnasei mad dlamibaDces of the «{»»acii; et braatar the shat tered aerree; of revtnag the anlaal spirits, and arr* nlatlnx tho seeretioas aad the clicnlafaai: ft’u claimed that no medicine aow la exiatance-l* parable with Ola popular rroteettre and Sestarattyv Prepared and pbld by HOSTETTEE & SMITH, Pittsburg, Penn. rOXULSBI DEUQOISTS,_ GEOOEBS AM STOEE-KEEPERB Throughout the Q-lohe. New York ■MI WITT? «OH»nnm»W &aaiw CTiSSflaii'miS IMft The Great Remedy for the CONSTITUTION! ✓ ASJ Tas OHL7 XXfrWH RAMADr FOB Diabetea and Disease* of the Kidneys and Bladdac. Coftstitytiore Water %a^4asifc* permanent enra of all diseases of the Stomach JUaS fcldug* Bladder and Womb, toas has rftrbS It Is aat a Mescal water. Is la ere* rum it— that Constitution Water haa emanated. ulwtm say let no man daubs when a s9gta bottm has haar known to cure diseases which the beat medical tola* n this ooaottr has CsIW to rsUersu ,lr¥l A remedy pomeartng the vtrtuee of Water caaaot be classed nador M <iua«k'*BMorasl^. v m It is aow used by the most scientific prsßOUMientw this city. It la oaly second clast nbnfclau thatew. dowa nopnlar remegits, while the better thilled nhw use or every meate to aceompUah a sure; and tea success pftho pOfwclaa lacreaset as his knowledge oC different remedtea enables him to produce iem while others fhtl iu too attempt. Science with toe truth. -- Give Constitution Water a fitir trial—wa mean yen who are under tome specialist** care from year m year, and we particularly allude to ladles who ■> constantly resorting to local trearenant aad allserm of local applications for diseases, with as m«ch •fouccessas there would be from local nsiilli sihM to toe throat far dMewnw of to a brain. . We have always been careful to usa Uens|s a any Circular that could sot shock thsmasc delicate cation. but we receive so many communlcterea* Stem persons for which Constitution Wator Is adapted. sM - of whose disease no mention has been m*4*,ttedww baveesmeto toe vonclcaioa that If tbe remedying pable of producing a cure, no matter what ttanam - may be. It should oe made known. The mediate* m put up for the public, aid teem should houoexMte 1 * We would say. Constitution Watar is not like a cflfr ‘ od pill,made to salt the eye and taste; It IsaaSS'"* cine In every sense of the term, placed la toohaadate toe people fortbnlr-relief, and if taken aceordlar 5 toe directions, It will la every cum product a cure. We would say toattos dlrecEiaaa IxrrranTte • diet, ste., rents oaly to toe diseasi under which Pm - • occur. . DIABETES U ft d!XMB Of tfrd StOXSCh uj toe Sl.t2.T7>, aad U, without dcQSjtoa im; ehettsmE disease, except CoanueeHoß* toivineem to* h»™«a constitution. WebayeßDfpaceferdlscassißxcaaam, nbutwilletatetoastoe effect of to* disease is The asm- * '"rertlen of toe icarcky principle fer Tcxstablfl portom of toe feed} Into sicv, winch suaißlstee to* UdMMi to aa excoMlve fecretiea «f water. Muj peraoai suffer freai this dice*** who ar* lga«r*at *rft; tel • it, they paselargs naaadaei dorlag too day.andM. 1 ebllged t* get ay fr*m one to fifteen or twenty Oimc daring the sight. No notice Is utca *f Itaamtter atteaaea is ealled to toe large diieaerg* of water, ms efteii when It Is so far advanced u Co he herood toe control of erdlaary remedies. Another irmatoa w the great tomt which, wftea toe disease u folly eotofe Uahed.li Intolerable—la* pstieat drinks coastaattr without belter satisfied? also dryness of toe moan. crecWn? of toe Has, * iweet breath, to-to* moreiS yaneed cases, and Anally leu of appeiKe, -rM-irliUgw and toe £»aouSgrawU*,..y»i3lj frjm'Eilsacstlec.^^ WATS» / Bwlthoi t to e oaly totcwi remedy for Btaa*B» Md we ha»fra* touch confldonce that It 1* a specific m 'J'®. °pl tun will prodace sleep, oad troUkftDsr ■eytostlfihaa cored ctotj caaela which It ha* bos Stoke fa the bladder, Srayel/firick Dust Deposit, - and Macons or Min.-; . Discharges after ■ 4 -Urinating, rr , oTn , ,yT:n lrrl ;hj CA:iaawv cured bjuia CoaautnUoa WitoruuS. r for aaj laaj-th of tlma. ’ ~ tt Djrmmorrhoi, or Painful BenstmU*, I in-J HenoMtasb, or Profuse Flowing. I . >7 » severe pal*, aatt a too *sr cSmSa'PaTS' 11 »« •M^'icSrn^’S * kaown as FALUN<S OF THBWnire •-* lc KL s .? e ® f * relaiatlea of toe UgaxaeatTS that 022« i sad U knows by » sense ot heayiaesaaaS dragging pom 1? too back and sides, aad at timea te eoaipaaled hy sharp laaeteatiag or xhoottor toroogh to e part*, wIU la aU cum, he remoyed by te There t* another elan of symptoms aWstast tern IRRITATION OF-THS WOUJ. which phyelcSaaoS Nervousness, which wortLgerers up mtxchdgaorMma Bad la une case* oat of ten, toe d*ct*r d*e* a*t )ns*w**phfl;her the symptoms ar* the disease, or tte • disease toe symptoms. Wecan a air enumerate them Sere. I Spealr mere »art!calarl7 of Cold Feet-PaletW on ef toe Heart, Impaired Haa;:y. Flatoetof Scot, Leaguer, Lassitude, and Olicrem eg SUPPRESSED Itf KT.TfiTTtTr ft TTOM. ' j - wucs to toe os married fcmai* la a consUat >—«- ring disease, and thrsnrh neglect to* seeds of men gray* and daiamoa CBaUdleutre to* result • and*? . month after dWBto paaae* srlthoat an effert made to amlitaatnre. the tapnresaloß become* chrS Ic, toe p*tlemt gradually loses Vx appetite, toe hovS' ' ar* ceniUpated. alght sweats ec&a on, and CsxsirnK m xzov finally sads her career. 1 ; j lirlinKsn af tie Seek of tie Bladder, hfc.. cation of tic Kldnefs, f»Urr* > tie Bidder. "* S | • ..aflgnjrj and Bnralng, or Palnf^ trlnatlng, ' i 5 Are y*n troubled with that dintrrjit..- * saaU of toe back and through the^nS n^ I ? In 13 •• M.of CoaiUtaUonwlw !; Pinrsicms , SKSS&S?a j , cojrsnTirnoji watib " ,K* S 1 IrQTl rQT ' <IlUelf to tuilhat hM dQTOtTCC SIDBETICS r irritate aad drench the Udn**.'. w_ ss .•" 10 “ r ° Mo d «'»Es*aa's | Bead! Read!! Bead!!|" A/wv, h.cx3««-av a& * T ‘5 y Bono, comma. If. x.. Pec, n rm, - ' 1 tea if swe JO, UlKrtj ;o oUowlng eertUemla of tie rilna of coHh2J!! W»t<r, wlUci I cmi recommend laVoSjSartaS r.i.lmuoior i. Heut, .tamded wia §wS£VS£ m.nUi, »iel*le loft eer Se folSiVil"? »;ss^siffsttps srssssßSfS sss^W»~&z , J&bS3 waslacurahl*. For/’aaidbo. “toalft»ss.a* er blm»a»n ,f oun,lnlata tier meacS?{,lE k ,* 1 f.er.'M *l»^«“»*»<»er.ib W dl«eSnS.”si2! llmo ibe coaKMcad tie n«« it W.ter, ud t. ojrntttr utaUikmra* dMoleemed-toiaroUedeeired efttituolS n InproTlna npldlr Uder :tj lrr«Mt.“d 121 snperlatends ernUnlr her iS mot takenaay of the Coattltakom Water for *boM four weeks, aad wo are happy to nr that it kia mS dneedapensaneatewe. ” ” ± Wk, JL Tax a»J» icin. • WkATHBimmLD, AISfc R*. W, H. Qrsso j btclir: Haring mm year u«raiia« Of OH stltoUea Wator, rM*stm*adod far lafisamaHee «d too Kldaejs aad Irrttatloa of haytesS fered f*r tie past lhro*TMß» aad triad too skill odo anmherofrkyslelaaswithomlja temporary reU*g.X was ladaeed to try year modlcla*. T prwnred 7m - bottleot j*srageatsitDarttord,ile«r*. lie, WaZ A Co., aad whea l had os*d hall ot It, to my nrS!S9 faand a great change umy health; I hara naod m* bottle* *x it, eid *m wher* I nira expected to balm ■y Ufa: wall, sad la rsod rplrla. j I caaaet iTmim . aygrttitnde/orit; ifeol that it Is aU aad you recoaimead It ta ba. Hay toa blmeiaecdSS cyeattea4TDdtoy#«labor**rl*ya. * '"*• Xean*tra27< T m«Mta3 B^tabov. THESE ARE FACTS ENOUII. I &£SSSS£S^2^j*jsm I toe claw *1 dlseaew for which it iS’hlJ? I eminently sacceesfai for curS* iffJJfSLftPiJS L toaU be rewarded for *». SSli “ ble a remedy In a form ta mSSLJSJS^ | pattmttßlpijsiaaar K;ttl r^ * | FOE ALE BY AIL BETOGISTE j PKICE, 01.00. WM.E GBEGG & CO., Projriettti. I Morj*a & Allen, Gcaenl Agcata. I mm, «»wirww«i bowtwk, tiSN&SHMTW SCBAACK IS L*M UnMi Md LOAD « wmf tiea«*. W?-MU-U«HTTW \

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