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.SATURDAY, DECKiIBER 3, 1559.
thhs rsc of money in elections.
f We published yesterday a communication
* from tho pcu of an " Old Lino Whig*' depre
i eating the use of money in political contests.
; So fur as tho writer directs himself to the use
of money for the purchase of votes, direcdy or
indirectly, bis strictures will meet with the full
approbation of all who have not votes to sell.
As to the exact sum of money expended in
this city even* year for political purposes, we
are ucable to judge of the correctness of our
correspondent's estimate, but wo think he Is
in error in presuming that any largoproportion
of the aggregate is expenfrd in buying votes,
unless tho usual appliance? of political cam*
paiges—those which arc public and exposed to
the garb or evcir man iu the community—are
tfius classified. That candidates for office do
sometimes procure votes, which are notorions
'ly for sale, by the payment of cash, we do not
V; deny.. But the assertion of an "Old Line
"Whig" that (he candidates at any election have
paid out more money in this way than their
4 Sloes were wort?*, is simply ob«ur«l. Looking
fit in the onamuit-iul whic'j the wri
ter suggests, it is a statement that a man pays
tea dollars for that which is worth to him on>y
fire. We do not think the candidates of either
party are generally so self-sacrificing as ai
" Old Line Whig" would make them. It does
happen, sometimes, that a candidate for the
Legislature or some other office which is noth*
•'ing to him, but everything to the party which
he represents, pays more money than the elec
tion is worth to him after it is secured. But it
does not follow, nor does it appear from any
thing specifically cha. ged by an " Old Line
Whig," that much money is expended in the
actual purchase of votes. Certain persons in
every ward of bur city, aui > in every town in
the United States, are more influential than
their neighbors in controlling, the votes of the
unreflecting—those who belong to no party.
Sach persons are always in requisition just be
fore an election. If they cannot afford to give
their time to the service of their party, they
must be paid for their work. There is no
more corruption in such payment than in the
payment of any other laborer for any other
service honorable in itself—no xnoro than in
tho hiring of horses to bring voters to the polls.
We do not deny that money is sometimes
used to buy votes in this city, but we appre-
Jiend that the number of votes actually in the
market to be contracted for and delivered, has
sot been sufficient at any time to change the 1
result at any general election. If such were
the fact, the Democracy would have had tho
city government long ago. But we flo know
that the larger share of the money expended
in elections whero political principle are in
issue, is expended in the printing and circula
tion of documents, in paying tho traveling ex
penses of speakers, in manufacturing the para
phernalia of mass meetings, and the like. We
have a lively sense of the manner in which a
few thousands were disbursed by the Pbess
asd Tbisuse office last iall at tho expense of
the proprietors—more money, we venture to
say, than was expended in tho whole State,
on the Republican s:de, in the direct purchase
of votes. However much may have been la!d
out in that way, we have yet to learn that
such expenditure actually gained any votes.
The man .who will sell his vote, will of course
cheat the purchaser, if ho finds any induce
ment, either in his own political preferences,
or in the cash of another buyer. If a man has
sold his vote to one party for ten dollars t ie
day before election, lie can be easily induced
to sell to another party for five dollars the
next day.
The idea nursed by an " Old Lino Whig,"
that money ought not to be employed in any
way for political puiposes_l>elong3 to an Area
fluting farther 1 back than the exist-'
enoe of his party. Tho means for disseminat
ing such truths as the Declaration of Inde
pendence—the alarming statistics of slavery
—tbe shameful prodigality of tho federal ad
ministration—the repeated infractions of popu
lar rights perpetrated by tho dominant power
in this country—are cash means. When our
correspondent discovers the way to do these
things without money he will have just exact
ly invented Perpetual Motiou.
THE POOS AA&OKG US.
la Mother column of this paper, we print
&a extract from tho Evening Post, in which the
condition uf the poor of the city of 25cw York
is described. Tbe facts are, •while astounding,
of the most alarming nature. But ugly and
unpalatable as tbey are, It becomes tbe citizens
of Chicago to look them in the face, with the
knowledge that the conditions of things which
the Post describes, is that wluch will exist
litre, possibly in a less degree, if oar people
copy the charitable errors which have added
so much, to pauperism there.
At tho risk of being thought hard-hearted
sad uncharitable, we propose to say a few
words on tho causes of pauperism and men*
dicancy in tho "West. They are, summed up
under three heads admitting of indefinite sub*
divisions.
Ist, Whisky.
2d, Laziness.
3d, itisfonune.
■Coder the first and second classes may be
grouped the reasons which have reduced to dis
tress full uin>tcntbs of those asking alms;
tho remaining ono*tentU are thoso whom sick
ness, fire, or disaster or inability in somo shape
has visited. We tako it, that none who have
made tho poor of our cities their study will
dispute the correctness of our classification.
If thoy do, wo are supported in tbe opinions
expressed by those who have devoted the
larger part of their lives to suffering and its
abatement. But wo stop the discussion of tl<o
causes of begging, w.tb an assertion of an
opinion, and pass to the consideration of the
best measures of relief! Wo omit all debate
of the question, "What shall be done with
the meritorious unfortunate?'* and pay atten
tion only to thoso of the two first classes, who,
upon one pretcncd or another, demand the
good offices of the charitably disposed. For
them there is but ono remedy that is or that
promises to be deceutly effectual, and that, to
etate it without circumlocution or tho fear of
Mrs. Grundy, is a little wholesome hunger one
a salutary fit of chattering by reason of exces*
aivecold! Everything else has been tried; but
with the rapid multiplication of the means of rc*
lief there has been a corresponding incrcaseo.'
their. real or feigned poverty and distress.
fan A it has now come to be understood that alt '
tae would-be charitable associations—Relit f
societies, Dorcas societies, Soup societies, abd
the like—are so many devices for abusing the
confidence, and drawing money from the purs,
es, of those who are disposed to give, and for
encouraging the whisky-driuking and laziness,
the effect of which they are supposed to cor
rect. These ore hard words to say; but they
are true nevertheless. It will be unpalatable
fjr many a lady who busies herself with indis
criminate relief of supposed distress, and who
imagines that between her preparation of old
clothes and her doles of soup, she has done a
wild of good, to know that her charity.has been
•bused; and that nine tenths of her bounty
has been bestowed upon thoso who are made
wore by it; but the lacts are cot affected by
her disappointment in results. It will be a
distasteful truth to say that those who are in
the habit of listening to talcs of woo at their
kitchen doom, and who invariably do some
thing toward filling t ie greasy baskets of those
"who ore never at locs for a lie to excuse their
asking, bare been assisting a race of Biddy
ICuldoonya in their efforts to lay up a trifle by
keeping cheap boarding houses, err aiding a
gang of stale OTlaauigans in their efforts
nererto be without & jug of poteen. But the
plain truth on this matter is demanded; and
vre have chosen to tell it; and to tell it before,
as in New York, one seventh of tUo entire
people are dependant upon their more indus
trious, frugal and sober neighbors ior sup.
port. The sum of the mater is that in this
fruitful and cheap country, no able bod
ted mas, do tolerably healthy woman,
Jaa* any right, without misfortune, to be in want
or food, fcheltcr and fire; and that begging-,
either at the doors of Belief Societies, Sou].-
houses, or private citizens, is presumptive evi
dence of lazines?, shiftlessoess aud imposture!
And itisfurthcriruelhflttbola27,drmikenand j
shiftless, who epend their summers in tippling
and idleness, depending upon tbo good offices
of the industrious and economical for their
bread, coal and clothing in the winter, will
never be less in number or less brazen-faced in
their imposture until the rule is adopted that
they pWI suffer, iu part if not to the full cx»
tent, the consequences of their crimes. Every
year that the adoption of tho rule is deferred,
the claims of the impostors to public support
grows stronger and stronger.
We need not say that with views like theso,
wc regart the indiscriminate charities of the
day as positive evils, the effect of which has
mide pauperism a trade; nor that we regard
our Relief Societies, and Soup-houses, as they
have been managed, as the means of increas
ing that wliicjf they Ire established to abate.
For the side, for those who suffer by misfor
tune, for the innocent children, for the widows
bearing up against poverty and sorrow, we
earnestly plead. To them let the bountiful
hand be extended without grudging. They
arc God's poor for whom' the Christian will
gladly care. But for tho other clasc who will
spend when they should Bare, who will driuk
when they should be Bober, who will loaf when
tbey should work, and who will depend upon
charity when tboy ought to look to themselves
—we have nothing but that wholesome disci
pline which they have invited.
A SPECIMEN HOAJu
Tho history of a Bingle hoax will show how
all the other tales from the North which have
driven Gov. Wise to froozy, have been gotten
up, and will at the same time prove the value
of the lot
A few scamps at Horns,Grundy Co.,down here
on the Illinois and Michigan Canal, procured
the insertion in a few copies of their local pa
per, of a ftamiwfr account of the preparations of
the Ashton Guards, Capt Cleveland, for a
march upon Charlestown, for the rescue of
Browne One of these copies, accompanied by
a hi&iutin letter, was sent to the New York
Herald, and that journal eagerly seized it as
a new and most satisfactoiy evidence of the
treasonable demoralization of tbe whole North.
Of course, the story was a canard, in all its
parts; but as it shows how others of like
character have been manufactured, it is worthy
of mention.
THE LAKE FEIIRY.
We had sot expected, so soon in the winter,
to chronicle that tho passenger boats
between Milwaukee and Grand Haves—
the Lake Ferry boats—had been withdrawn;
but wo are compelled to say tiwt one of them
—the Milwaukee—is ashore high and dry at
the mouth of Grand Bivcr, with a prospect of
going to pieces in the next gale, and that the
other—tho Detroit—-is laid up for the season.
So the grand experiment which was to prove
that Chicago was outside tho line of Western
trade, has failed, and somebody must pay tho
bill. When shall wo hear the stockholders in
the Detroit and Milwaukee Road begin their
growl?
Tbe Proclamation.
Rev. Mr. Patten's pulpit criticism of Gov.
Bissell's Thanksgiving Proclamation is com
mented upon by the Democratic papers of
Springfield with great exultation. That criti
cism was in a friendly spirit, and applied not
only to the Proclamation of Gov. Bissell, but to
all other papers of the sort in which a recogni
tion of the second person of the Trinity was
omitted. We listened to it; and though we
could not but think it was far-fetched and un
necessary, it never occurred to us to make it
a cause of complaint. The greater includes the
less, and wben Gov. Bisseli. spoke of " God/'
the term used not only conveyed the id*a of tbe
first person but of the second and third persons
jof the Godhead; hence the criticism and com
ment go for naught.
Philadelphia Public Market*
The corporation of Philadelphia, about two
years ago, abolished the market houses. Re
cently private individuals have taken bold of
re-establishing them, and they have made a nice
speculation. One was recently opened on Fifth
street, near Chestnut. It is said to -be the moat
magnificent structure of tbe kind on tbe conti
nent, containing some six hnndred stalls, and
arranged and finished witb every possible con
' vcniencc to buyer and seller. Last- week a sale
of the choice of tbe stalls was held, and the pri
ces realized over and above the rent ($100) ex
ceeded all former example. An immense con
course of butchers was presentas bidders. One
butcher's stall sold for a premium of $2,57.", and
the adjoining one was taken by the same bidder
.at the same rate. Others sold for $675, down
to lower sums, 110 stalls commanding premi
ums equal to $53,000. At a subsequent sale,
premiums to tbe amount of SIO,OOO more were
realized, and not one half the stalls disposed of.
The whole amount will certainly roach SIOO,OOO.
{The success has outstripped all expectation, as
'a mere pecuniary adventure, while the wonder
ful revolution in neatness, cleanliness and com.
fort which these new concerns have wrought, is
the theme of general admiration.
.Bold and SiieceMtal Scheme at Coun<
tcrieitlos.
' On Wednesday, while counting orer the dif.
ferent packages of bills received in tbe usua
exchange witli tbe local banks, a clerk in the
Philadelphia Bank discovered a slight irregu
larity in one of the SIOO issues. A further ex
amination revealed the fact that all the bills of
the denominations of SIOO, and of SSO upon that
bank contained in the various batches it was
his duty to examine were counterfeits. The
fraud being discovered, the other basks were
.instantly informed, while bankers In distant
'places were notified by telegraph. This prompt
action did not, however, prevent the extensive
circulation of tbe spurious Jiotes, one firm,
.Messrs. Drcyel k Co., having taken $3,000.
As far as beard from other parties bare been
deceived by these skillfully counterfeited notes,
to tbe amount in all or $15,000. Subsequent
dispatches lead to the supposition that the sue*
cessful " pushing" of ibis bogus money, has
been simultaneously carried on in tbe principal
I western and southern cities, and probably to a
large amount.
Tbe counterfeits arc evidently the work of
some experienced bank note engraver. The
Philadelphia Gaztti* says:
Tbe genuine sloo*B aie printed in bine ink,
dated Januarv l t island February 1,1859,
and are tbe old plate, of which very few are in
circulation. sso's printed in bine ink, dated
February 1,1559. As there never was any issue
of this date, their spurious character is satis
factorily determined. The sso's are printed in
black, dated May 2, 1859. Tbe genuine SIOO
note issued in May, 1559, is printed iu black, of
which there does not appear to be any counter*
feits in existence.
Senator Seward Demolished.
The Charlestons, Virginia, Democrat Is after
Senator Seward. Hear what it says:
"This arch-demagogue and traitor, we eap.
pose, will bare the impudence to take his seat
again in the Senate. Will ilason and Banter,
or any other Southern Senator, permit him as a
peer, recking and dripping u be is with the
blood or Southern citixens upon his skirts, is
a question for them to determine. In point of
i atrocity—deep, dark and damning atrocity, the
crime for which Brown will expiate his life up.
on the gallows, is a small offence in comparison
with that of this man Seward. After inaugura
ting the " irrepressible conflict" by traitorous
ana fanatical harangues to the ignorant, de
bauched, and fanatical populace of the North,
after persuading the old, infatuated simpleton
mow in our jail, that he would be doing God's
■and bis country's service to come here and
mtirder the slaveholders, and incite a negro in*
surrection at the South, and when he knew that
this attempt would be made with a sneaking
inexpressible meanness and a dastardly skulk
ing cowardness, which nothing but a white*
livered murderer and scoundrel could bcgnilty
of, be takes himself out of the countiy, and
puts an ocean between bimand the scene of bis
treason and his crimes. If such a pusillani
mous villain as be is permitted to occnpv a scat
in the most august and respectable deliberate
body which the world can assemble—the Ameri
can Senate—then, indeed, bare we fallen upon
evil times—the fate of Rome will be no longer a
phantom to haunt the day-dream of our young
Republic—it will be a linng reality, bat Seward,
too much of a coward to aspire to be its Cata
line.can only be ranked in that of the lowest
grade of the most contemptible of assassins."
1 Singular Slander Salt*
We learn from tbe Henry County papers that
the last term of court held at Cambridge, was
of nousual interest. A slander suit occasioned
considerable excitement. The facta as we un
derstand them Cere as follows: A Mrs. Van
Winkle said some not renr pretty things about
a MifcJ Gross, who in turn brought a suit against
Van Winkle,- husband of tbe slanderer. The
result was, tbat the jury returned a verdict of
$3,000 for the fair plaintiff. Messrs. Wilkinson
and Pleasants, of Boek Island, were tbe coun
sels for the plaintiff, and are said to bare
made decided nitsin their arguments to tbe jury.
Messrs. Knox andßted of this coanty.and How
of Kewanee appeared for tbe defenee, and ac
quitted themselves creditably. The case has
been appealed.—lnd/jx*dait.
FBOn PIKE'S PEAK,
Tht I'roriiional Gortrnmtnt and it* £'««■
tnies—Public Improvement!) lite*
[Correspotileace of the Fre.*» &ad Tilbunf.]
Acjueia, Nor. l£tb, ISiJ.
Good luck to the Provisional Government of
Jefferson! Erery day shows tbe people's more
meat is gaining strength, nod now we can look
forward with some degree of hope to the estab
lishment of some law for oar many disorders
under the former rtgimt. Though the iocep-
tion of this Provisional Government was some
what irregular and in many degrees objection
able, still it has at last come np to the standard
of propriety and usefulness. The Legislature i
is now at its work, and if tbe spirit of conserve :
tism prevails which appears to be prominent
now, the work, done cannot.fail to.meet the
wants of the country and the approbation of
our fellow eitizens beyond tbe Great Desert.
Tbe only matter which has occurred to mar tbe
prospects of our fature, is the persistence with
which a handful! of the disaffected towards tbe
Provisional Government bang to the inopera
tive laws of Kansas, and endeavor to make it
appear that our organization is revolutionary
and incendiary in its character, and that wc are
running contrary to all established law and
usage. As the wordy efforts of this class of
persons will reach tbo cars of our friends in tbe
East country, and with no facts of an opposite
character to counteract their influence they
1 might affect our interests in many ways, it may
be well to try and set our affairs In a true light
before tbe great public, and let them judge
of the merits of our cause.
Tbe elements of discord which find their way
into every community have come here, and are
acting as tbey do in every place. Personal in
terest*, or supposed personal interests, are al
ways conflicting, and right here rests tbe cause
of every atom of opposition to the Provisional
Government. When the Provisional Conven
tion was called, H. P. A. Smith and certain
others who had already killed themselves politi*
cally, knowing that they could be elected to no
office by tbe popular voice, and hoping that on
a Territory being formed they may stand a
chance of Federal appointments, have opposed
every popular movement here. This class were
of course violently opposed to a Provisional
Government. Tbenwhenthenominationswere
made in the Convention, many persons must
necessarily be disappointed. These generally
turned round, and cither by direct or indirect
means endeavored to create an unfavorable im
pression toward tbe Provisional Government.
Lastly, we have a set of men who have not been
able to gain any position in tbe Provisional
Government, and still hankering for ofiice and
its spoils, jump eagerly at the chance which tbe
pretended laws of Kansas present. Tbey have
held an election on the day appointed for the
general elections under the Kansas laws, but
without the other attributes of legality required,
such as the registry and notice of voters, and
by only a small and insignificant vote have
elected a county ticket and a representative to
the Kansas Legislature. A very good reason
exists for this small vote, In the fact that the I
best and most consistent men here did not go J
near the polls, hoping that the election might I
go by default. Bat there were enough of the ;
dissatisfied to give tbe small vote which ap
pears to have been given, and on tbe strength
of that it is proposed to bring the Governments
of Kansas and Jefferson into collision. How
successful these factionists may be remains to
be seen. Every thinking person, when he
gleans all the facts in our case, will acknowledge
that the best and the only course for us under
the circumstances was the very same one we
have taken. We bold to the principle, that
when a community finds itself without law, it
has the inherent right to Irame its own laws for
tbe time being; and wben tbe laws extending
over a country ; are inoperative by reason of
natural causes, the same right of self-govern
ment is theirs. Herein is our position, and ex
ercising that inherent right, we have formed
our Provisional Government, to exist till Fede*
j ral authority shall provide us a regular govern
| ment.
Tbe business before tbe Legislature is pro*
grossing finely, and many measures of utility
are on the tapis, though as yet no Act has been
sent to tbe Governor for bis approval. Among
the measures before the House of Representa
tives are bills for " Organizing the Supreme
Couri and inferior tribunals," ft'r " Raising a
revenue for the Territory," for " Regulating
fences and taking up estrays," for "Public
Printing," for a* 4 Territorial loan and the issue
of Territorial bonds," for 44 General Incorpora
tions," for certain private bills, etc. Now,
Press a.vd Tribune, in your station of public
journalism—in your position of influence as a ;
political agent—in your capacity of a leader
and guide to public sentiment, we ask yon in
all earnestness to befriend our Provisional Gov*
ernmcnt, to set our affairs before the country
in their true light, and to advocate the interests
of the embryo Republic in the Rocky Mountains.
Improvements are still going on in our town,
and the advanced season does not retard the
building. Many large buildings are now fin
ished uud occupied.. By way of amusement we
hare nightly performances by 8 theatrical
troupe and minstrel band, and these, together
with an occasional 4< drunk" indulged in by cer
tain ones in all grades of society, serve to oc
cupy tbe evenings and pass away time. Drug
ged liquor will be responsible for a deal of mis-
I chief in this community. Since my last (on
[ Saturday the 12th) we have had a very cold
snowstorm. The snow fell three inches deep,
and the mercury sank to 18 degrees below zero;
but the cold did cot last long, and the snow
soon disappeared. To-day, however, the Middle
Park sent us a cold gale, which blew down three
unfinished houses and makes a cold evening.
H. H. M.
Distance of Another Star Ascertained.
A late number of the Astrononusche tfachril
ehttn, contains tbe results of Dr. Kruger's ob
servations on tbe binary star, known as 70
Opbiuchus, with the beliometer of tbe Bonn
Observatory, for thepurpose of ascertaining its
distance from our glube.
This star is one of a bright cluster in the
right shoulder of the constellation Ophiuchus,
and has long been regarded with interest by
astronomers on account of its being one of the
first class binary stani —the smaller revolving
around the larger in about elghtyears, and hav
ing nearly compleated one revolution since its
motion was first detected. Tbe principal star is
of the fourth magnitude, of a pale topaz color,
and plainly visible to the nnkca eye—the com
panion star is of the seventh and of a violet
color.
This star offered the same inducements to
measureus distance, as the other few stars
whose distance has been determined. Dr.
Kroger finds the mass of the binary system to
be a less than three times that ofour'&un and
its distance from us to be aboveone million two
hundred thousand times that of tbeearth's mean
distance from the sun—a distance that would
require light nineteen years to pass over, flying
constantly at tbe rate of two hundred thousand
miles in a second. Two other fixed stars. Alpha
Centauri, tbe most brilliant stay in tbe Southern
heavens, and CI Cvgni, in the Northern heavens,
are within this distance. Alpha Centauri is
the nearest known star, and is so distant that
it would require more than three years for light
to pass over tbe interval between us. 01 Cygni
is better known to us by being in view in our
latitude. Its distance is so great as to require
light 9 1-4 years to fly from it to us. Or the
millions of stars which crowd our firmament,
the distance of these three are only known with
any certainty.
A Chicago Vessel.
(From die Newport (It. 1.) illrror.]
The propeller W. F.Cushing, whose arrival
from. Chicago, IU., is chroniclod in another
place, is, we think, the first arrival from that
port.which bos evcrtaken place here; and com
ing as tbe does, five thousand miles from an
inland lake, we think the event is worthy of
something more than a passing notice.
Leaving Chicago on the 15th day of October
ultimo, she passed from Lake Michigan iuto
and through the Straits of Mackinaw; thence
across Lake Huron, down tbe St. Clair Uiver
into and across Lake St. Clair into Detrt.it Riv
er, thence acrosb Lake Erie and through the
Welland Canal into *nd across Lake Ontario,
down the St. Lawrence KW*r, (touching at Que
bec) into the Gulf of St. and the At
lantic Ocean, to Portland, Me., stopping to coal
ten times on the route.
ST.The W. F. Cushing is about &2 tons regisUr,
and is owned in Philadelphia, whence she went
to Chicago in 1556, and has since btcn employed
in towing in that vicinity. She put in here to
coal.
Another Ice Boat*
There is another fplan of an ice boat, invent
ed by Dr. A. 11. Trow, of Fillmore Co only, in
this btate, the model of which we haTe seen;
and which appeared to us to be much simpler
in its details, more cut-ily managed, and eTerr
way more practicable than Wiara's plan, judg
ing the latter merely from the descriptions and
pictorial plans tbat bare fallen underour obser
vation.
Dr. Trow has been elected member of the Leg*
islatare from Fillmore County, and if the state
of the weather and the condition of the ice per*
mit, we should not be surprised to see him
reach the capitol riding npon a small model of
bis own machine.
One principal point of superiority in Dr.
Trow'eice boat or rather ice locomotire, which
it may be more properly called, is the faculty
with which it may be steered, by a mere touch,
obedient as trained horses are to the reins; and
the case with which it can be lifted out of the
water upon tbe ice again, in case of breaking
through at any time.—Paul Minnetotian,
—The residents of West Cambridge. Massa
chusetts, observed Thanksgiving evening in a
novel manner. The town wassupptied with gas
for the first time, and the citizens united to a
general illumination of their dwellings.
JTOIIh IHIOV..VS WAR,
Various Ileum Thereto.
John Brown is dead; but the public will not
be sorry to be put in possession of all the facts
which preceded or accompanied bis execution.
"We continue oar usual selection of paragraphs
relating to him and bis war.
THE DEAD OF HARPER' 3 FEBBY.
Some curiosity has been expressed to ascer
tain the disposition made bj the Virginians of
tbe bodies of tbe iosurgents at Harper's Ferry.
We learn from a private source, a letter from a
gentleman in Virginia to his friends in this
tate, that the corpse of one of the sons of
Brown was taken for dissection,-to tbe Medical
Hospital at Winchester. There it lay for & day
or two, exposed naked to the view of crowds
who thronged tbe place, to gratify their curios
ivy ; and such was the venom excited by tbe ob
ject, that the chivalrous Virginians, in number
less instances, kicked tbe body of yonng Brown,
as it lay a ghastly, bloody corpse on tbe floor at
their feet.—G'tn. Com: ''' ' '
Tbe 7rfti/«e'#VCharleslown correspondent
learns from tbe Colonel in charge at Harper's
Ferry that the bodies of tbe dead insurgents
were all hurriedly and loosely thrown into the
ground, but were exhumed the same night and
carried away for dissection at. the medical col
lege in Winchester, tbe authoritiesfavoriog this
barbarous disposition of tho bodies.
BROWN'S BROTHER LECTURING.
Frederick Brown, of Salem, Mass., a brother
of John Brown, delivered a lecture at Cleve
land, on Wednesday evenlnglast. His lecture
comprised incidents of the early life, habits and
peculiarities of his brother, bis eventful Kansas
and Missouri history, and his deadly hostility to
slavery.
BROWN PRACTISING WHAT WISE
PJtEACHES.
In a recent speech made before a convention
or the Democracy of Berkley County, Virginia,
Hon. Charles J. Faulkner, ex-member of Con
gress, said:
" When that noble and gallant son of Virgin
ia, Henry A. Wise, declared, as was said he did
in October, 1556, tbatif Fremont should be elec
ted he would seize the National Arsenal at Har
per's Ferry, how few would at that time have
justified so hold and decided a measure ? It is
the fortune of some great and gifted minds to
see far in advance of their cotemporaries.
Should Wm. H. Seward be elected in 1860,
where is the man now in our midst who would
not call for the impeachment of a Governor of
Virgioia who would silently suffer that armory
to pass under the control of such an Executive
head."
To-morrow, John Brown is to be bang, under
the special supervision of these same traitorous
agitators, and for the very crime they them
selves endorse, and which the crazy talk of
%Ylse undoubtedly first suggested. Besides
such characters John Brown appears to great
advantage.
A FEARFUL PLOT TO LIBERATE OLD
BROWN.
A jour printer in an office not a thousand
miles east of Dayton, carelessly squabbled a
few squares of type, which he afterwards setup
in column width without regard to order, and
tbe matter, after he bad completed bis work,
was an unintelligible moss of characters. At
this point be conceived tbe notion of taking an
impression of the types on a slip of paper, en
close it in an envelope, and send it to 44 John
Brown," Charlestown, Va. This was accord
ingly done, 'the # document of course was
opened by Brown's jailors, and was taken for
some dreadful plot, in cipher; it furnished
alarm for the dentzens of that place, and sensa
tion telegraph gossip for tbe public at large.—
Dayton Journal.
A STRANGER TO THOSE PARTS.
A gentleman from Lebanon gave ur, yester
day, the following opinion of a Tom Corwinish
sort o' barber oi that place, in regard to Ossa
watomie Brown's idea of expected deliverance
by the Lord from all the dangers that hare be
set bim through life. His sable majesty's rea
son why " massa Brown will be disappointed in
dis favorit idee," is a 44 clincher:"
44 Bress your life, de good Lord liasn't been in
ole Yirginny for dese many years!"
CHARLESTOWN STILL ASTIR.
A letter from Charlestown says:
There are nearly 3.000 troops in Charlestown
to-day, and reinforcements are constantly ar
riving. Scanty accommodations are provided
for this small army. Part of the soldiers are
quartered iu churches. John Brown maintains
his wonderful equanimity, and is busied witb
correspondence and reading. No further in
tcrv;-:w with him wilt be allowed. His time
and -'.alienee were exhausted by curious visi
tors.
Cook is verr much shaken. His lips quiver,
his bands shake, and bis eyes wander. He en*,
dently anticipates his death with great horror.
Tbe other prisoners are much the same. Steph
ens' face is very much Bwollen, but his life will
last long enough. The negroes say they are as
comfortable as could be expected.
Tbe execution on Friday will take place in n
large Geld back of the prison, in the rear of
which are mountains.
Tbe scaffold .will be finished on Thursday
morning; The Boo*ei»alcea4y.m«dc. It is of
cotton rope. Thearrangementsfor the banging
are in charge ofM»jor-GeneralTaliiferro,Sberin
Campbell Bnd Col. Hunter, but none of them
have been disclosed.
A proclamation has been issued forbidding
any person to leave his bouse after dark, under
penalty of ten dollars. O. Jennings Wise, sou
of tbe Governor, arrived yeaterduy with dis
patches from his father. The Governor has
receired a pamphlet written in cypher, which
in supposes to be of awful import, and adds
larcely to bis already heavy stock of tribula
tions.
On the day of execution all communication
between Charleston and Harper's Ferry will
be suspended, and no dispatches will be permit*
ted to leave tbe latter place without first baring
undergone strict supervision. All persons, and
especially Northerners, are solicited to stay
away, on peril of their comfort, if not of their
life/ All newspaper correspondents are in ex
itciuely bad odor, and it is doubtful whether
any one unless indorsed by military uniform,
will be permitted to see Brown bung. South
Carolina papers laugh at Virginia, and deny
authoritatively that Got. Gist of that State, ten*
dered any aid to Gov. Wise*
THE MERCURY SPEAKS.
The Charleston Mercury says, that it hopes
Harper's Ferry has been of great use to Virginia
Statesmen, who thought more of office than of
tbe rights .of the South. The Mercury says,
" Virginia and Virginia Statesmen seemed to be
irretrievably sunk loto mere party men, grasp*
inc national honors at Washington.
If tbe rights of the South were supported at
all, no one out of Virginia seemed to snppose
that any higher motive actuated her purpose,
or her statesmen as a body, than to obtain from
the confidence of tbe Southern States certain
political power, to be used for the furtherance
of Presidential and other aspirations.
The Harper's Ferry case, Jike a slap In the
face, appears to hare wakened her up to some
consciousness of her rights and dignity, to tho
contempt in which she was held implied by such
an invasion, to tbe scorn heaped upon her by
the whole Northern press.
It is now clear that she has been for years
tbe subject of abolition experiments; running
off of ber glares, was but a part of tbe policy
to force on her emancipation, and tbe late in*
rusion showed bow far it was supposed .this
policy was successful. She was another Kan*
sos, ready for the operations of Sharpe's rifles
and long pikes."
THE FEELING IX VIRGINIA.
The feeling in Virginia is violent against the
North. Theinfiowrofyesterdavsays: "From
an advertisement in this day's Enquirer it will
be seen that a call is made for a meeting of
merchants interested in tbe importation of for
eign goods direct to this point. We hope there
will be full attendance.
Let the merchants of Richmond show that
they are not indifferent to the war now being
waged by abolitionism against tbe best custom
ers" of the North."
The Richmond Dinpatch says: "Yankee
drummers now on a Southern 'tour, can find
business dull and sales few."
Old Jobcs and >'ew,
A Mississippi paper, in eulogising tbe
Disuuiooists, says: "The everlasting destiny
of the South, hangs upon such men as Jeffer
son Davis and others." If this be true, how
appropriately may we exclaim, in the language
of Dr. Watts:
''Great Cod on what a slender thread,
Uao* everiMtin* thtaft."
[Frm the LocUrllle Journal,]
pT Senor Ovicdo is only worth $150,000 and
expectations. Sooldßartlett, after selling his
daughter, was sold himself.
pg* A prominent advocate of the reriral or
the slave trade talks about "great cry and little
wool." We suppose be alludes to negro babies.
p«|* Wbcn tbe fire-eaters dissolve the Union,
to which section will the Fourth of July and
the Declaration of Independence belong?
pf president Buchanan has recetred a pres
ent of a Genealogical Bible. How many blank
leaves will it coutain for bis ''Family Kecord?''
pTI don't think. Miss,'that your inland
manners would suit tnc. Probably not, sir, for
yours are very outlandish.
[From tlieXew Orleans Sella.]
J2P We don't wonder at the remark made
by an enthusiastic young friend of ours to the
pretty Miss Sara Stevens, of the Varieties.
MissS. asked him in the course of conversa
tion, "if you were a town, what town would
you like to be V* **l should like to be By-you.
Sar*," was the answer. Very likely; bo should
we.
Tnz DiiTEßxxca Bcrwtex Smxc axdEeab
jxg.—"Did you ever eee Pike's Peak J" said a
friend of onrs to a returned cold hunter. "No,
but I've heard Pike speak,' ? was the answer,
probably referring to the renowned Arkansas
poet ana orator.
tsr "That ifl a rare work of art," said a con*
ooihseur, g«ing intently on Church'a mat pie*'
ture of Niagara Falls. "A'ot at all, was the
suggestion of a prominent gastronomist, "it
ac«ma to me remarkably well done."'
Ar-fics to x Clzaicii. ViotEasr.—Piddle D.
D.
Tnz Dute&xxcb Brrwsxx x Bsluciezxt
Patriot »d a Bsujcosx Editor.—One fights
for his rights, and tbe other writes for his
fights.
Shametcl P&ociedixgs.—Minister Ward and
bis suite acting the part of spies by going
around peeking {PekinJ In China.
MiurtfiT CamisraT.—The finest regiments
or the Chinese army are the Tartar regiments,
and the crack companies of these are the
"Cream of Tartar." < .
Extract rsoM Johx Bbow**s 2frw Tmi
mzst. —"Staffer Lydia Childs to come nnto me."
A Dvczmrx Cocxtst, most be that which,
when a mas is thoroughly acquainted with it,
he knows lU*-Jy.
tiiifi 1 : hhi ei ruv:::r::TiT moxet.
fZXptailm oT J+declict A<«ny, Out O'tti,
[From the Ctodntau Gizetit]
Mr. Wm. Beany, one of our Detectire Police
loree, while oa official bnsiuesa to Olnej, Illi
nois, came upon a lot of counterfeiter* in an
unlooked-for way, and succeeded In cutting off
the circulation of one of the most dangerous
counterfeits that has ererappeared in the West.
The counterfeit is on the " Canal Bank" of New
Orleans, of the denomination of $lO, and is
most admit ably executed, and has deceived
some of the very best judges.
Tberearetbreemarksbywhtchtodistlnguiah"
it from the genuine. 3. In the word "JLJollars"
the bottom Roes ofthe two -*'U r a" are connect
ed, while in the gedoine,a hairline space can be
seen. 2. Between the words "Canal Hank"
there is a flourish in the gennlne, but In (he
counterfeit there is none. 3. The shading of
the word rex is lighter in the counterfeit than
in the genuine.
The-way in which Mr. Beany fell into such
" good luck," was as follows;
ifo was on bis way via. 0. & M. Bailroadfrom
St. Louis to Olney, 111., to attend Court at the
latter place, when as the train stopped at a way
station, four men and two women, who bad jnst
come up from Cairo, got aboard the train, des
tined as be afterwards learned for Cincinnati.
Reany's eyes are the sharpest ot sharp eyes,
and be immediately read the character of* the
company. They took seats in different cars,
and as onr detectire waslookingabout him, one
of the gong recognized him, and withoutfurtUr
delay, informed the conductor that they had got
on to the wrong train. It was according y
stopped, and two of the men .and two women
dot off, before Beany knew what was np. Away
went the train, but be was cot to be wholly dis
appointed.
rassinc into the forward car he saw one of
the men left behind, hand the conductor a ten
dollar note on the "Canal Bank" of New Or
leans. The fellow, in answer to a question,
assured him that it was good as be bad just re
ceived it from the captain of a steamboat. As
the conductor was about to give the change for
it, Beany Terr quietly took it out of his hand
aud informed him that it was just what be
wanted..
Rogue was willing to bet a hundred dollars
that it was genuine. Of co'nrse, but Keany
would relieve him of that trouble bv takinghim
off at tbe next station—which was Salem.
When Salem was reached, Reany pnt bis
charge in jail for safe keeping. lie then pro
cured a buggy and followea alter the remainder
of the party, and learned tbatthey had gone to
St. Lonis. Qe telegraphed tbe authorities, and
by that means 'all, excepting the one having tbe
" money" in charge, were arrested. This was
on Thursday last. * The Sunday following Reany
arrested the man and seenred some £2,0(/0,
which was designed to be circulated in St. Louis
and Cincinnati. lie got possession, also, of im»
f>ortant books and papers, by which means he
earned that a party ot eleven bad left Cairo for
New Orleans with $125,000 of this money to be
circulated in tbe South. A telegraphic dispatch
sent to New Orleans, we learn, baa tbe desired
effect to put a stop to their operations, and save
th* Southern country a flood of counterfeit
ootea.
iue persons arrested Id SL Loaia were dis
charged, because the law of .Missouri does not
recognize it criminal to have counterfeit in pos
session.
Tbc name of the one "laid np" at Salem is
Louis De Cary, and it is probable tbat be will
stop for a time at Springfield. In bis possession
was found tbe following letter of introduction,
wbicb is & rare specimen:
To
i John marshal recommend a friend on
tbe X who yoa mar depend on as a Rood man
. for vrbat be says. True and faithful i Know him
well. Your friend Jobn d mar»balL
Mr. Beany certainly deserves tbe thanks of
tbe entire country for this rare success in stop*
ping tbe operations of such a notorious gang of
counterfeiters, lie learned in this exploit that
the plates were engraved and tbe stun printed
'in Indiana. He feels certain tbat he will yet
succeed in arresting tbe persons who did this
apparently safe work.
Tlic New York Poor for tbe past Year.
[From the New York Evening Pott.]
The sixteenth annual report of tbe>*ow York
Association for improving the Condition of tbe
I'oor has just beea issued. It mentions a de
crease of population, an occurrence not known
1 before since tbe war of 1812. Four thousand
families left the city. Less than half tbe aver
age of alieu emigrants arrived here during tbe
same time. M do period of tbe last winter
was the destitution in tbe city as great as bad
been anticipated. Tbe demand for labor revived
with unexpected rapidity, lessening tbe neces
sity for pecuniary relief.*
Pauperism bas attained an alarming magni
tude; and corresponding to it, there uas been
an increase of crime, of taxation, and insecuri
ty of life and property. Tbo number of city
paupers relieved and supported during the tea'r
ending December Ist, l:&& t was 130,150; about
one-sevcoth of tbe population, and an increase
upon the year previous, of 37,011, and involv
ing an expenditnre of about half a million of
dollars. Tbe commitmentsforcrime uombercd
35,172, an increase of more than £5 per cent.,
at an outlay exceeding s3oo,ooo—making thu
Annual cost for pauptriam and crime aHou'
SBOO,OOO.
it is not true that in this city we have little
inherited pauperism-and that which is* of native ;
growth. Not less than thirty-eight percent, of
' tbe persons receiving public relief consists of
native born citizens, and the ratio in the inte
-1 rior counties is still greater. It is steadily in
creasing, however, both from our native popu
lation aud by addition from abroad. The laws
in regard to tbe subject are generally disregard
ed or inefficiently executed, *0 tbat pauperism
and crime are swelling to bli£ht society with an
intolerable scourge. Our ratio of pauperism
exceeds even that of Eogfand, Scotland or Ire
land. In twentyyears population has increased
sixty-one per cent., onu pauperism seven hun
dred and six per cent.
: Tbe sanitary condition of the city is deterio
rating from year to year. ]n London the an
nual mortality is one in forty; in l'aris, one in
thirty-seven; in Hamburgh, one in twenty
eight; in Jiew York, one in twenty-seven. Tbe
intantile mortality is terrible, in 1655 there
were 14,145 births and 23,042 deaths—over half
of them young children. In 165G tbe total mor
tality in the city was 21,G58, of which 13,373
was of persons under five years of age. Un
wholesome food is tbc principal cause of infan
tile mortality. Pcfcctive dwellings come in also
as a predisposing cause. In the construction of
dwellings, utmost every requisite fur the health
and comfort of tbe occupunts has been sacri>
ficed. They are generally contracted, dark, ill
ventilated dens, in narrow alleys, filthy courts
and damn cellars, amidst tbe deleterious exha
le tions of cesspools and putrid fermentations of
refuse matter, m which it is impossible to pre
serve health, life, or common decency. It.is
the uniform testimotyof sanitarians and moral
ists that disease and crime are tbe indigenous
productions of the same localities. Health and
morals 6uffer from these causes to an extent
which renders nugatory tbe moral appliances
for the benefit of this class of our population.
Tbe cellar population of Xew 1 ork exceeds
twentr thousand. Tbe hideous squalor aud
wretchedness of those dens, tbe chosen haunts
of darkness, debauchery and crime, where so
many of our population are doomed to live and
die, cannot be adequately depicted. Tbe dread*
ful physical, social and moral degredation which
brutalize this class of our population, and an
nually decimates their numbers, is the concom
itant inseparable from tbe condition in which
they live.
'lbis Association obtained from the Legisla
ture of 1557 a committee which recommended
a modification of existing laws; but a bill on
tbe subject failed to pass; tbe next winter abiil
passed tbe Senate but was lost in tbe Assembly.
Tbe Association bas established the "Working
Man's Home "at an expense of s^o,ooo with
marked advantage; procured an act ot Legisla
ture for tbe incorporation of the Juvenile Asy
lum : tbe Demilt Dispensarv and Northwestern
Dispensary were also established for the indig
ent sick, with marked advantage. Tbe Public
Washing and Bathing establishment is doing a
great work for health and morals.
Four hundred almoners labor gratuitously,
and have made during the past year 4G,!>?4 vis
its to tbe poor; relieving 9,231 families and 44,-
557 persons. Tbe cash received is $44,592.4G~
due ?265.06, all which bas been disbursed.
There has been a remarkable decrease of desti
tution and expenditure; population increasing
in 1859 twenty-five per cent., and tbe beneficia
ries and expenditure drawing thirty-four per
cent.
JtIBCBLIS.VMOUS.
Fcxeojx or Johx I. Gaixes. —The funeral of*
the late John I. Gaines (colored) yesterday, was
an imposing pageant. A funeral aermon was
pronounced in Zion Church, and a requiem was
song by tte children of the coloreo schools,
when a long civic procession, consisting of
school children, private citizens, and the United
Colored American Association with regalia ful
lowed by the hearse andpall bearers with a long
train of carriages, moved to the cemetery, where
the body was consigned to the tomb. Such tes
timony "to the worth of a departed white citizen
by his brethren would be blazoned as proof of
the profound esteem in which be was held by
them. John Gaines deserved the honors
which his race paid him. seit to Fred. Dons
lass, he was perhaps the most distinguished col
ored man in the United States.—Cincinnati
Commercial.
Jls Escaped ex.—A young lady of abont
nineteen years of age stopped at the WiUis
House orer Sabbath, who represented that ahe
had just escaped from a nunnery at Montreal,
Canada. Sbe bad been in the institution six*
teen years, and recollected nothing of her pa
rentage, bow sbe came tiiere, or what was the
name ot her family. At the nunnery she was
called by her Christian name, and she now
knows nothing, as we bare said.of any other.
"Within two weeks of the day of ner escape sbe
was to haTe taken the black veil. This prospect
was most distasteful and obnoxious to her, and
finding a providential opportunity for escape,
she embraced it, and rushed into new found
joys—personal a&d religions freedom, and ce
ntal, social Intercourse with her kind. Toe
joung lady, in her deportment and conrerss
tion, indicates that she is just what she claims
to be. Sbe left the city this (Monday) morning
for Dayton, her place of destination. Some
Baptist friends in .Montreal raised sufficient
funds to send her to the charge of a minister in
that city, and she is now, we nope, safelr shel
tered under his roof.—SprinyUld\o.) AW*.
—The Thorstows(lad.) Mail mjs that Mr,
Swob, of tbit place, hubtd several sew sets of
teeth aince be armed at mature age, and tber
are still coming, although he baa reached his
sixty-third year. When & tooth drops oat ft
new one appears in its place, growing Tetj
alowly sod requiring about three rears to come
to perfection.
Death or x Gukix Edito*.—Wflhelm Rot
backer, editor of the HoaeatcJUtr, at Cincinnati,
died there on Friday last, after a long and o&in
falii In ess. The Gazette aays "he was distin
guished alike for his learning and patriotism in
! hia satire land," (Germany) and that "in his
death the Free Labor cause has lost an able ad*
Tocate aad as on tiring worker in its behalf,"
LETTER mOJI ILLINOIS.
Father Chlnrquj-'* Colonr-Tbo Falso
Accounts sent East.
[Correspondence of the public Ledger.]
guncixw Cm, 10*., Kor. tsith, KM,
Matri £ditors ;—Last week I sent you an ar
ticle for publication, on the suffering said by
Eastern papers to exist in Kankakee County.
This week l send you a copy of the Kankakee
Gaz<'.t< % a paper published in this city, from
wbicb you trill learn more facts connected with
that great wrindU, for we consider that the moat
appropriate name here, perpetrated on the
pious, credulous and warm-hearted Christians
of the Eastern cities.
Since mr former article, I hare seen and con
versed who some of the inhabitants of St. Ann,
one of whom, (a French fanner) stated that be
had from 800 to 1,000 bushels of corn for sale;
that be knew of no one suffering for food, or of
any one being obliged to subsist upon one meal
per lay. Others informed me that there bod
been some want among those too lazy to work;
but, they added, any one who works atSt. Ann
can always hare enough to eat. My. nearest
neighbor, Mr. Thomas oeede, staid at St. Ann
night before last, J»ov. 23d, with a French far- j
mer named Goyette. On introducing the sub*
ject referred to, be admitted that there were
several families in want, but added no one is to
blame but tbemselres. Said be, they will not
work, cousequentlythey willnevcrbave enough
to eat. If they would work, as I do, they
would not accept charity. I bad $2 when I
came here, ten years ago, now lam worth
$4,000. Xow, that Frenchman understood the
character of the Canadian French, and appre
ciated tbem as wo do here. He told tbe truth
on Iris own countrymen; that so many benevo
lent souls are tryiog to carer up. I do not wish
I to be understood that tbey are all shiftless, ig
norant, dancing, smoking, semi-barbarians—
there are some noble exceptions, and to a man,
they condemn the course pursued by the lead
ers in this begging foray, imposing on tbe ere
dulity of distant Christians. In conclusion, I
would say, that not a day passes but that com
comes to tbU market for vale, raised in St. Ami
the prfftnt year. What think you of a people
dying of narration that are daily exporting
corn that is shipped to the East to feed your
poor? J. 1L Mack.
Theologians DAXcixr.,—The Council of Trent
has rather a solemn sound ; but tbey who were
gathered together to fix the faith of Christen*
om could not bare been snch dull dogs, such
bad fellows after all. Tbe Council ended with
a grand mass, a grander baoquet, and a ball,
vtfiich was opened by tbe Cardinal llercules of
Mantaa, and at which Kings and Cardinals and
bishops danced gallantly with the German,
Italiau and Spanish laotes who bad been invi
ted. .It would no doubt put many of our theo
logians into a sweeter temper if synod?, general
assemblies and convocation?, always terminated
in tbe same fashion. re would (ften be less
bigotry ia the bead if there was more vivacity
in tbe'feel. which would keep the heart warm
and save the humors from .stagnating.
Dr» (Soofls.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
Great Carpet Hall.
135 & 137 XI&SS-ST., VF BTAXRB.
Hoilister & Wilkins,
Have on tale a large and »uperior Msortaent of
MEDALLION. WILTON. TAPESTBY-YELVETf
XNQLISH TAPESTRY AST) BODY BrOJSSELS.
THREE-PLY, TATESTP.Y INGRAIN, SC
rEaFLNE INGILAE? and STAIR
OAB.PETIWG-S
MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATS,
BUGS,
Window Shades and .Curtain Goods
la great T*rtcty, -with TrUtmlnss to match.
FURNISHING GOODS:
LINEN AMD COTTON' SHEETINGS
AND PILLOW CASING,
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS,
TOWELS, BLANKETS, QUILTS,
«Good* 9
Of ALL KINDS.
' Mattresses, Lounges,
Knmrn txvn G2EBB I-BATHEES.
Ous long established business enabiee us toeffer
BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES
thai anystmnar house In the Northwest.
nOLLISTEIt A: WILKINS.
»eISM!S-3ni
Jpcuring itlactjiues.
gEWING MACHINES.-
$25, 835 and
L. COBHSLL & CO'S N£W AND IMPROVED
Doable Loclc, TJstit, FostStltcli*
WARRANTED toplve as coed satisfaction as the hfch
est priced in market. Make the Mine ftltcb as (be Ilis Mi*
chlstestare 9*4 inches under the arm, >tt fiat in the
tab'e. have the undir focci. straight needle, sew from two
common spools, dolhecoarscrtaiid oiie»twr>rlz, 89 stitches
tn the Inch. HUN VEKY EASY AND ALMOST
NOLSELESS.izcSarentaUy finished. Either Machine will
Stitch, Hem, Fell, Tack, Gather &£mbroidei.
They h*ve taker the niGUEST PREMIUM at seven
Fair#. The <35 Machine (Young's Patent; is equaiJocspa
titv to the HUM nuchljiea. TurtiS back on hinjees with..at
unhanding run* with fllcb speed aud very still. Made In Chi
cago. The *U on* (Tapart «k Fart's Patent) a larjer,
stnmger, and i* civic* rrtar satisfaction. The (40 Mttu.
tittuncp anrt Family Machine combined <Tareart & Farr's
Patent) is very larjre and convenient for sewing large *ar
tcoaU.q .llting, &r.; also, luii as capable of doine the finest
Swiss Muslins. Either of these are easily learned from
the printed directions.
Samples, Circular and Cut sent ou receipt or rtapp.
■W'e are Sole Aeentsbere lor the UMVEKSAL HEM
MER AND GAUGE, adjustable to all thickness* of
cloth and all widths of hem; will hem over seam* and fellf,
AXO CAS £I4Q.T U ATTaCHXS TO AST SCTOO ILACBJSX.
Price, *5.
LARGE DISCOrXT TO AGENTS JIVD CLERGY.
DT AGENTS WANTED everywhere. Come and see
OS at U3 LAKEST., or address L. CORSELL * CO.
P. O. Box S*2s, Chlcsßn, 111. ocl3
Stcijitcrts anii 23utlBrts.
E BURLING,
• ARCHITECT, No. 40 Dearbflra street, fo?r<*it«
Tremont llouvO Is prepamJ to furn'sh Plan* and bpeciflca
Unas for all kiuds of uuiidinn. He confidently ref*a to
many of the best pri
vate—as evidences of hl> ability, and that orders entrusted
u> hint will ce executed in tne most satisfactory manner^
jaebasMy
W. BOYIXGTON,
Arcbitcct and Superintendent.
Careful and minute Specifications, and
RELIABLE DETAILED ESTIMATES
Made from drawing.
Orncfr-6£l>earborn»tmt,fiftt<!oorßorth of the Post
Office. myilvTMy
Q L. WHEELOCK,
Architect and Saperiotcndent,
OfTICEKO.n DEAI'.HOBX STREET.
Opposite the IV*t Oi3cc, Cfclca<{o. cclSb47o
RANDALL,
Gr.
ARCHITECT,
omCE IS THE POKTL-O'D BLOCK, CHICAOC.
rjrfo-llm <16731
Sl' IHN DI B GIFTS
—A2H»—
PRESENTS
HOLIDAYS
THE
UEAD DRESSES,
GIFTS
' Eatiroldered aad Plain.
STEEL BUCKLES,
XSD
PRESENTS.
. Slides and Clasps.
BUCKLES
(In Pearl anl Jet.
j C.VIID BECEIVEJIS.
'ls SUrer, In Shell. and ricSi BohtCu*a
Glaaj.
ODOR BOTTI.ES,
GIFTS
)In Bohemias Gljuu,colored and g!X
I STEEL CO2IBS,
jDlaacnd Cut
TOBTOIS SHELL COJIBS,
! Plain. Caired, IclaM pold and
P«arU
) PVBSES,
PRESENTS.
la £erEa "Ware. In Mosaic, la Black*
In >Uk.
wrought, in ail*.
GIFTS
| LADIES' ELASTICS,
:InKl<S,Sllss, Llcea tad Vtiret—*ome
cg*ni pv.*.trc«.
BRACELETS,
PRESENTS.
(taGo'.i JeUfUn&U Wood, Coral, Ti
• queue, Ik-rIU Wire anJ OUa*.
PUFF BOXES,
(And PUFFS, la Cklsesg Paper, Metal
aidGvj.
SHAWL rrNS, SISGIXG BIRDS,
NECKLACES,
la Pc&rt. Jet, Cor*LTw?«oise. etc.
TEA. BELLS,
la Bronx*, Cllttnd SUrer.
BASKETS,
CnCfA TEA SETTS,
WATCH KEY!
DOLLS,
GIFTS
AS©
PRESENTS.
TTATR BRUSHES,
TOOTH BRCSHES,
SAII* BBCSUXS,
Brewing Combs and Perfumery.
Tox i*le chap bj
mas, t Stebbins A' Crampton.
I .. .. *
GIFTS
I With aa etilm taikty of list eoodi, it
JOHN D. PARK'S,
PRESENTS.
HOPS, HOPS, HOPS
Pctme Exatcra la Bale* for Sale by
r£NTOX k 00.
EJqi <KooU£,
€L BARIA (i SAL.fi
OF
silks, sain-is,
Valeneias and DeLaines,
PRICES ALL BEDCCED,
Comaeacioj the 15th of >*cv.
.. 23T" CO3IE AXB SEE.
A. G-. DOWNS & CO
No. 150 Lake Street,
<Ko=l3artnetsl)i3} isotitts.
"PiTSSOLUTIOX —The Co partner-
YJ ahip heretofore exlitlsc ondtr thenase of Walker,
lirocwa £ Cote, li thl* day d-i»»ved ey mutual content.
The Inilneta of tie firm wIJ be closed Lit Charles 11.
Waller. CUAS li.U'ALK£K,
T.J. BRONSOX
GEO RGB 0. WALKER,
JlllAli I). CUUi J*.
Chicago, December Ist, 1553.
THE SUBSCRIBERS will enttluni the Bca!ce*s of
W&iker. Unouo & Co.'e at the oul a and Jfo. M Sto'n
W'aier street, under the *ty!e sod nam* of ttauer A
Ccother. I'IIAKII.
GtUrtGK C. WALKaR.
Chicago, December dtgbltf in
T»HE CO-PARTNERSHIP Here-
JL to r <ire existing undf the name aad fyie of Bralnard
.fc Untcfalnion )• day »il/soiveit by mutual consent.
Thebu«ttei*of the ttrei will be up at their ofllceSS*
South \\"acr street. Kitherpartr can»Unln liqaldatkin.
W. S.BrtAlN/vHl>.
B.P. HUTCHINSON*.
ChScigo, December l*t.l*S). dtlxSt
f\O-PARTN EKSIItP NOTICE.—
\J I Lave this day a aodated with me Wm. 11. Bice
atd S. L. Underwood for the tranaactlun of a General
tfeminls«iooßuslfieft*BSderthe name and »tyle ot Watam
V. Coe Jc Co. VATaUN . CoE.
Chicago. De:emhrr lit. UW. drtbt<3 lm
'PHE CO-PARTNERSHIP
JL heretofore existing under the nitre sot) fl*ra of
Aiken & Cow U thU day dbwolT«Kl try tauttul cot
wot. D T. hamsHQ havlrg withdraws, fte tnisLea<
wiil be carried on ov the remaining putners. nnder ttie
name and Una ot WM. A. Alb X.i 4 CO , wboar. al&ce
aothdilt.dto».ttlethe affjlrsct tbe late arm.
I>. T. LaSMAS,
WM. A. AIKt.N.
jas. K. aum IS.
Chicago, ypTember Satix. ttf9. goS>igt
TYBSOLUTION OF CO-PART
JL/ xxasmr,—Tie co'pvtnerablp turetofore exUtst
between the undertlfceil o&der the Ann of t>£NJ. t".
Qv'tUßV at d*y <Uasotr*d uy mutual ointeat.
bither tartuer li authorized to nae Ue muse or the firm lu
settlement of aecuuaia. K. Qt'lll^.
JOShPH 11. LO^.
Chicago. Nov. i.th. a S9
PARTNERSHIP FORMED.-
a. Thesut«etltKr<>hacetattn«dapaTtaenMp a&derth<
firm name of CAUTEK & TAVLOK.for toe tTMnetlnr
»( a OtQtril Cot&miMloQ Pualne»» In the >ale ot Floor
Lumber and Prodsee; and have taken the l>ock, ffut
house and Oflcs at
so. iii soxrra water stbeet,
(Oppos''« FrankPn ttrreO rrcently occupied t>* lie lata
firm of Culver & Taylor, dissolved.
CAUTtK Jfc TAILoR Vt the Age Mi of the ST. JO
SEPH hTEA-MEKi, ana far the ST. JOtiti'H "XXXX."
FLOITU. ARTKJt»S I'AkTbK,
S. B. TAYLOR.
Chicago. yoT.ltih«lS:3. nolS-b'Olm
VTOTIGE OF DISSOLUTION.—
X\ The C'o-Partnership heretofore existing betwtta
Charles Sen.. of dnclahatl. Ohlo„ aud Urory W.
\tx4Ttsa&>t
II W. OttCtct* & Co., has bcestblsda? (2*plcajl>er Jllh.
.559.) dissolved by mutual consent. The said Hecry W,
Andres* assume* all the lndeMednraj of add Arm, and 1*
alone authorized to settle all of lt»a£ilrsof any and every
klad vhaxsoever. cIiARLErt ANDRLSS.
HENiU \>*. ANDRES:*.
I willeoctlcne the Paper JLwxtajnaod Window Shad*
business la my <>«T\ Quae, ts. aid e»i»Mi»h»d slitd.
No. &t Randolph street, as heretofore. '
sel«-a4T*-Sc> 11. W. A.VDRE*?.
JPULL LENGTH
STBSL Z3NGBAVZNGB
OF
WASHINGTON" AND EVERETT!
laelndicg a View of ML Vernon
In the Enjravtac of Washington. These ipleadld es*»v-
Icjj arc frotn tbe original palatines by nicks, and are en
graved on steel In tbe highest style of Art. Ihey are each
iSx3J Inches, each containing uz *jca** rxTT. So maty
coarse, miserable plctujca have been palmed upon the pub
lic as works of art—and «&pcc Lilly la cheap, b'.acfc aad
muddy engravings,—Uut It W difficult to convince pcrjona
of taste tbattheyarcsifelaorderisg what they hare cot
fifetfteeo. W«tlux< paid the first arU»ts ihcirova prices
amoonUiigta mast TaoraxXD pollao, to produce Ejurav.
InoJUt»LLT EE»CTirc-, m well as the best portalu, aad
(bat shall b4 Splendid Ornaments to any Parlor. Opinions
Cut caq be relied on:
CFTne Editor, of the New York Observer n.y*:—
" These eaciatlng* are genuine works of art—the likeness,
esare admirable. Tbe portrait of ilr. Ererett will Uke pre
cedence of all others.**
OTTbty New York Christian AdTOsats aaya:—"Tl.oy
are amcus th .• finest engravings we have tversevn, and lbs
PUBLISHERS ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR
ALL THEY PROMISE.**
TEIMIS, ALJIOST GRATIS.
We will send, I'ost Paid, securely packed la toiler*—
EITHER KNGBAVINO u<l a 11 Mspixice, 1 year, for*2
BO I'll ENGRAVINGS, anda*jMi*ailne,lye*r,for»4
fVA£eaiswhoreaiit3ofttonellme,willhavefla extra
yyy rf -Trh Th? TTZvi^^'TT—
HARPER*. • . ♦
THE KNICKERBOCKER,
CODEX'S LADY'S BOOK,
THE ATLANTIC,
BLAC&WOOD.
fy By special arrangement, the eaUre year's inbjcKjv
tloo to the Marine, la paM over by us to their publishers,
and subscribe;* receive their supply for the fear direct from
their respective publication offices. The c»t of Uie en.
graving is paid only by the difference between the lowest
wholesale, aod the rrguLir price of the Ma^-izlnes.
HfEogra\ lnj» seat at once, and subscription* to petCod
'eais commence with current i«ue, unless otherwise or
dered. Money at our risk If pwof is retained cf having
been stalled. Pint impressions are best, therefore send
early. Address, O. IX. BAILEY h CO.,
(At Wm. Salt J: Son's Music Store.)
513 Broadway, New York.
Org. P. OLDERSIIAW, 38 Laaolle Street, re
ceives Subscriptions and deliver* Engravings to lubicri
ber* in Chicago. Specimens can be seen at his store.
. noia Sm'.a
NE W FAMILY GROCKRY
STORE.
No. 122 Soutla Clark Street.
GEORGE E. ST.I.VTO.V
' Ilia cow la store a bow ami complete avortmeut of Cro
«rf««-ipn*a»lytelecwilforf3ini!f "se,*hich be offer* to
tte pubUc at the lo*eil market prices.
Sugars, Teas, Coffees,
FOREIGN FRniS, DRIED FRCITS, XFTS,
ProMireivJama, Fruit* for Pies,
Jellies, Brandy Fmlt*, Vegetables,
Meats, itc-henneilcUlr sealed.
Pic»le» aod Facets.
Croase £ Blact*elTt.
American Pickles, Vinegar, Salad OU,
tfalt, Jiustard, Cbe- m, Spl< es, Syrups.
Favoring Extract", Gelatine, isin/lois,
Mwcarcnl.Vermactlll. Br>e&&. Chocolate.
Cocoa, Starch, Cntkns, Bests,
Flour aid Meal. Butter and Lard, Bice aad llotr.oay.
Soaps,
Scented in cake's and Colgate's Family.
FlSH.—SUclceral So. 1, Herrin?, filmon.
BRUSHES AND BROOMS, WOODEN VARES,
rerfumery and Toilet Goods,
Havana Segars, Tobacco
CHOICE KUES AM) EBUDIES,
Cordial*, Cliampasnr/ISilt Liquor*,
BTTX AST'S CONrECXIONEBT
Frcin Sew York.
ntATLLAHD S CONrSOTXONXSHT,
Gusi Drcps acd Jelly Drop*. Ail ta be fount] a:
STANTON'S.
No« 122 South Claric Street,
coSM-tt-an-Mp lktweea Waablngtoa and M»dlya-il*.
PIOVE CLEANER.—
JOCVES'S KID ULOVE CLEASEE.
BENZINE, BENZINE,
For remortnc OU ami Create from CI3-Jl.
FBSPABSZ) aX.T7S,
Spaahllßg's Prepared Glue.
Furniture Polish,
Ax Exctxxer? Amcii.
J. H. REED 4 CO„
For sali by
ApothecariesasdCbemlits, 14t a Its Lake itfrtL
DEALERS IX FAXCT ASD TOILET GOODS.
TkRAPEIVS PATENT SELF
XJ CLEAXCiO
miTffi FILTER.
ThU b the thhas to attach to the Hydrant. to take the to*
paritlM out of lie wal#, for Cirokiag. Cooking and
T^Joe.
rcxuu AT
R. D. McFARLAA'E* EKtabL'shneat, Sc.
W Laull# stivft.
Andtfcetnbscriber, Ageat'frrthe Prrpr'etor*.
>ntia2l4-lr lUA HOiVsB.
M E D I JL I x E s
run} Tozz.sT goods.
BUCK k RAYSER,
BUCK A BAYNER, BUCK & RATHER,
BUCK £ RAYXER,
Attead pencnaQ?, at all boors. day and nlsbt, at th*
Central Prascriptsoa Drug Bttrg, 93 Clark st
T>EAL ESTATE AND COMMIS
XV SIOX HOUSE.
ERNST PBUSSING,
So. 90 South Clark itntL
Monty Loaned or real esut« weorlUe*. Bcitiwa P*«*r
wasted*
I ■>!«" par particular aUeation tolls
£xch+*f «f Good* for Mt»l JEatmle.
TomcrchicUorminii&ctartra, wljhle* to retire from
bosiecm. I would »47tbst 1 bavc the beet fKllitir* to <lia
rae of their ttock la exchange for ml e*me. Goods ae.
IlTered to my <are «1U be cumd la Cie-proof baWlcp.
Jln»e call and coming my lxi*» Eol*-la»g:tw-)y
Xo. 138 C"-*ifc itrttt eorserSJullsoa.
JUST^LANDED. —A USTEN'S
CE.SritlE SIBOSENB.
100 BUa. Cclorieu lad Odorless. Fault at r*dsee«!
price by X. E. GOODRICH <fc CO.,
co2S-blil-lw So. 1&4 South WaUrstreet.
irafes, lloclcs, Sit.
BACON'S
BDBGLAR PROOF BANK SAFES,
Or, Fire and Burglar Tied lank Sx/e,
Sjcored Hilt hf*TT round wroozbt Iron bolu(on door) IX
la fte# lo dianirtw, uid
Covert's Permutation Bank Lock
WITHOUT KEVOH KEYHOLE.
Wo Invita Biniera to Ex:jmas our Stotk.
"Wilders Fire Proof
SALAMANDER SAFES,
lie Best Eire Proof Stie in tho World.
PRATT & WORCESTER, Agents,
107 Sooth Watci street.
TJEKRItfG'S PATENT
CHAMPION'
Fire and Bnrglar Proof Safes,
With BALL'S Paint Powder Proof Locks tlie »m» thV.
wet e awarded sepwrut# medals at the World** Fair, Locd in.
Iril. and the World** Fair, >*ew York, and AKKTUR
O>LY American Saiea th»t were awarded jnedai* At the
London Wo«ld'» Fai-,
form the m*t perfect sernrity i*slc«t Jlre
and Burglartof any ever oOmlio tbe public.
91,000 ItCWARD
Will bepaJdtoany person that can iliow that a Ilfrlni'J
pa:ent Champion Safe ever failed to preernrelticonteniaui
aa tccidenui ttre.
S.C>H£KKi>*G & CO, Manufactorera, 251 EroiuJwa-,
Sew York,
C. L. HAR3ION & CO.,Asenl«,
0c52a?35-6m 135?owth Watefflftet, Oli*aco, 111,
fttacljtuerg, iQatliUjacc, &c.
TDTTLE, lIIBBARD & CO.,
50. 82. Uu ,So.M
Importers and Wholesale Dealers to
HAEDWARE, CUTLEBY,
Nailsy Tin Plato, Shoat Zroa^
COPPEK,
ZIXC,
WIRE ASD
BLOCK TI.V.
Al*3—A fall assortment of Tinner** Tools and 3(acbl&e*«
Japaned and rreseed Tin Ware, Rlvit*, Ean,
Stoee OrnameatSv Ac.
eel3-at?g-fta
TOW "WATER DETECTOR,
XJ FOR
PnveDUfle Uie Explosion of Steam
Bollera*
JSHCBOFTS FJTBJST.
SIMPLE,
SURE.
EFFECTIVE.
Deptsda&t open to V»lrc, l?oc*. or Flc4t,runp orolliJw
co&taruc*llai>letozttoD>ofordcr.
OTPrl^wOharebttajumpj»>'ew Finland wUila Uw
put year.
WALWOUTn, HUBBARD 4e CO.,
SO Lake Urvct, Chicago,
Rile Atest* for tie ff etf. »*
TIJWYJBiVS STOCK.
We Lat»& full n;pl7 cf3
TIN PUTF,
SIIEET IROV.
WliiE, ZINC,
Copper and Metals Generally,
FOR TUB FALL TRADE,
THOS. S. DICKER SOX, Importer,
J Wmbaah Jr»»W| ~45
CLEVELAND KOILER PLATE
kJ compaxt.
Hammer Welded Boiler Iron,
LOCOMOTIVE FIEE EOS PUTES,
mOFELLEII BLADES, Ac., ic,
yjujii i f >gg sri'U'.loit XP.oS.
UT' W rati oo Lake Sicre, s«r Wwn t'i Car Factory.
OOce In Onatt'i Dloci. i-AAI'L L. MATIIKR,
1 *Tfrt» >ril Trra«cr»r.
jy«ax<t7tß
•yyiLLTAM BLAIR & CO.,
No. 170 Lafco Street,
toporterj aiui WholwaJa la
Cutlery 5
SAILS, HK-PHATE, SHEET ELuN, COBPTU.
Zinc, Copper Bottoms, Blwfr T!r.
A full ft Tlrr'tV Tv"'« .Vrdilrn, Jv
patctaaajlXJOe^tU'liUWwc, lUvtt?, Ears.etr.
•cS-jy
T EAD PIPE—3OO Rolls assorted
Jj l!Ct«.
SHEET LEAP. PIO LEAD.
ie*l->V3Q3m Arpty to THOMAS a. DICKERypy.
npwo thousand urns. co3i-
JL MON EogiUb anil Charcoal ?hcct Iron.
SOa packs Rosala and Imltatloa Russia Sheet Iron.
Tor wie br TLTTLK, WBBARD dc GtX,
No. 32 Lake ilrtft.
T7IYE HUNDRED DOZ. CHOP
JL I*l3o Aif*. wamsted
CO dot. Carpenter's and Brood Axes.
1000 dot. Hatchets, for «al« low by
TUTTLE, UIDBARD A CO
■el3-a<sg-3ta 3i Lake rtrcet.
THREE THOUSAND BOXES
JL TIN-PLATE, for tale low br
■epis»<&aa TiriTLß. num\nn <t ca
jpiumting.
BL-A T C II F O K D'S LEAD
WORKS—The subscriber hn creeled a temporary
building npon hi* premises lately burned over, b suw
rttcivlog a full stock of
Lead Pipe and Sheet JLcad,
Sliof, WliUe Lead,
lied Lead, and
Lrtbarge.
er ■which be rtyptrtfu'.ly toUci'.* \t« o:<Jm of
and customers n heretofore.
B. W. HTtATCHTORP,
Corner of Cllatoa and Fullooytrert». Wtti Slue.
Q.AS PIPE AND FIXTURES.
Brown & "Wilder,
47 ft >l9 Slate street, - . Up Stairs*
CORN'EUCS ± BAKER'S. PHILADELPHIA.
Gas Fixtures.
The richest isacrtsient la tfco city, cotrpris'.ns all Lit#
Palters*.
pjpew per cent diicoant front lUt price*. Fitting
eesu per pound. aelMy-amT
JJ D. McFAKLAN E'S
Gas, Steam Fitting
—AND—
PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT,
U....LASALLE STREET. CHICAGO....M
—QtiLn «?
Gu Fixtures and Irea Turaitore,
PRACTICAL. PLV.IIBER
And Ifinaiactcrerrf
ALL RINDS OF STEAM WORK.
TO THE TRADE
ThetridesapfHei with tCrOlsand every art:»:e:n tp.s Ga*
Steam Fitting *ad Plumping lie UUdicg asd
Uronr!n<r done to cn!rr.
W" il*culjcforr 167 a&dlO Eut Washington tfree t.
nre*-lT
JiCnttsts' Cams.
KULLKK & ALCAUGH,—
DENTISTS,
M. ."WEST RASDOLHI-ST., CHICAGO .»
Post OSce Box J329.
Cocs-aCOMrI.
<cas. DRS. BAKEII & BUSH
gffmw* . .
Dental Sisrjcons.
cincAOc, nx.
15 c». Cor. Clark and (feet*—tost OCce E ox 53*4
iryMT-isa
w. H. KEXNICOTT,
DKTDST.
Aulited by Dr. John irbi(«.
aelg-ly 191- IAKB STKiCEY.
tfigA E. A. JSOGUiC, Dentist.
■tiJ rTffi Office, So. HI Lake street, eppeslte J. H
ctA {e Qc.'i. trH-\y
W. W. ALLPORT
02lc« and Eesldeaea, Sc. S3 Wwimtoa slrwt.
nM K'.tl»
TEA & PERRIKS
CELEBRATED
ll'orceslershire Sauce,
ProaoQ&ced by CooaoUannto be tis«
ONLY GOOD SATJCE
And aripHeable to every variety of Diabea.
Extract of a letter ftotn a tacdlol gcollcsian at Madrv.
to bit brother at rforceata :
Mat. 1351.
M TeIIL*a J; Tenic* that tie!r Saaeela hljchly esteemed la
ia toy opinion, the mo»t palauttls a*
lh* mart wbolescae saace taat is made."
Beware of Counterfeits!
Is Sour—la cr*vy. wftb Piah, MtiU, Game, Bal>*
Izf. ±c* Lea a Fnatn Woacmzasmu Sarcx iroparu
flavor; ffrcatone to Use stomach, imU.*
ana promotes health.
Os tbk Dcnso Tabu—TaiaUics are dlacontlßtitr tli
ci«ofaeastor,aadnitMtltaUae*craetof '■»» * ywm, l
Wcarxsrsxsatu Saccz.
gold br aij respectable jtreeers and fruiter*rs.
Sole nholeaaleAcaaUforthe Cnlt«dMatea.
JOILS X SONS,
403 Broaoway, New * orfc.
A stock always In store. Also orders received for direct
from tatlind, oygyiyjap
WEST LAKE STREET JfTLLS.
- T T Wsbare nSttedoiir 5101 wUhn«wßo't»,«sdirt'
prepared to execute order* Xbrsoperiorartleks at low rates
for cash. Goods warranted aa«f deU*rr«l la eity nee of
chant'. &TXVX33 * 50HIUS.
11l and l«t W.LUe tU
ylfl CUCMQ
iftcTlWiUiS, cii.
LIVER INVIIiO-
O BATOR,
Never Debilitate*.
It ts compounded entirely «nw«, tad h-. beeo®#
an eatoWLtf ed Uci, a Standard ileoitlac. ktxawn e&l *o
proved Or aU ttattaw o*rd U. uo b sow rtwted to wi&
confidence In all dlseaiei far *»a.c£» it U minimthL
It hM cam! thomaid# J iCbnolo Diurhas. Saai.
•within the li*l two year* £ mtr
wbohad*t*ennpall&ope» > rv. Drupey,
of relief, a# the nnmtrcur 2 .tfahltual CojtWroeJiW.
rtOJoUcltctt certificate* In! 2 Ic. Choier-s CLci«*
ay potwalon show. [ ~ tin, ChoUra Inflate.
focdttemuitt»-adapted ~ mtul'-nce. jauedicr, Fe
to the temp« ramrut or tic. £ :ai.e WcalintsM*. and •&*•/
individual taking It. anc'v, ( u«uted caccotfiillv a« *a
wed tafuchqmnullcssjLi; Oniliury fremlly Mrdld##
act jently on the l>cwe!» . It wilt cut« htC& UEAIV
Lathe dletxe* of your 1 ACHE, (is tliuu/ar3-» tia
iSSfflffi s WSSS:
(luUATUIt, and It wl'ltS f'i!»jetaienatcCmuneiK*
cure Liver Complaints, BU-j oeatoistuci,
Uuu Atucn. D«sp<p»Uvi >; •,
Ail whJ*«r*TUfaJfU»reeiT?RgtesUnioaf la !u fkror.' <*
tW Mix Water id the n.onU» with the icnromnr, and
twallow both togrther.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
-lUo
Sanford's Family t'atbartlc Plils,
co*rotnnirD »EO*
FUB£ VEGETABLE XXTR.VCTS, &r*t pot cp la
GLA&> CAAES. AJK TIUHT. 4>D WILL
KEEP LN ANY CLIUATB,
The Family CUhArtle »/ ,th*t"li:rertt.tCAlh*rtlf«act
i'ILL I» » reutia but ae- * on portion* of the
lire Cathartic wtlch the bowels,
proprietor has twJ lj» M«- ' Tbd Fin!!? CatbvtJe
practice more th»n twenty ,Plll has. via, U 'i.> r*f e r«nc«
jeva. C 2 tothijweUe»»aan*(jtaf>et.
Thccoiutantiylocmulrg —• coa.(.ouinW f.oa: •
deoa«4 trorn thwMS 'v»r«ty of !h*pnr»*
ha*c loc< used liie i'lLLi" .talrle £&: nut*. wMcb act
wad Urn AUsAictlon vhlcc < »llK<toa every part <jf tb*
lo regard toU-tl Zi CU.U, and aja
and *\'e
Uem »ItSl n th« rrach uf ail *befß * Cathartic U nc«;-
Tbe I'rofrMioa well too* 2 ?d. nra a* Df rtn*f
of th« Stomach, i'ains la Its Vac* «Lit Imiuu,
C'txlvL'CfNfl, Pain M<f over ihe wbo:« body, fr<m
ctwides cold, wU frctjneniiy. If ntjtltcteJ, efld li>
course of Kerer, Lotiof
CW o«r the btfr. ite#Ci»nei«, lleaJache, or w*l#ht or
the llawJ, all Inflamnutery I»l4fa*«. Wonai in Ch Mrea
or AUulta, lihcuaoUnm. a mat Purifier of tM blMxl, >&4
mAflv illmit* to which Sc-fb la h«!r. too numerotu to men*
j y a In ajrertUcmest. l>o«e, Ito S.
Price Tliree Dime**
The Llrcr luTijrorati>r and FaxnlJy Cathartic PIIU «;e re»
tailed ty Dni<c*u cenenily, and told Vboleetifl \tf Use
SAXro „o. J,, p..
i aai 6m] ManuSicturerandPropricror.XiagroiKtwar.^.T.
THE GREATEST WONDER OF
JL THE XI.VETEENTIf CIXTCItT.
l'rof. Wood's Hair Restorative.
a fetter to Ur. Wood of tbU city. from a jrratlcoaa ta
liaise. wblch glowingly of the superior merit* of
hutuir tonic. so<n evidence trn»t have lu tlfect, when
coming fiom a r>-li&ijlo »uarc«. If trrtiflcnie* aie g-jjuaa*
tersoftrutb,the L)r. seed* noeucoudusua,noruaele»» pwf
tery Mwatbeprcw: „ ...
Battu Mats*, Jan. 10. ISM
rrofcasorO. J. Wood & Co.—UenUemeo: Having re*
attention called a f« w tnoath* »Ucv lu tl»» M*bly t>*i «£cU
your halrMtoraUvc, I vu ioda- ed 10 mak* *p
p.lcxtionwf ivupoumy own Lilr. whlcli bad become
(rey.protablronc-thtnl whita; ujr wtdakerewereof aus#
ibarac'rr. 60me mooibs »lar« 1 procured a bottle wf
(oar lialr natmathm. ami vwd it. 1 auoo found U wz*
jrovlag what 1 b»i wMicd. 1 uird it about t\e c« a
[bavejlnc* pivcuretlanoihtrboiUo.of vhl£h I have u—d
-ime. 1 can uow terMy L> ttso world ituU tlie g.ry W
»Mte hair bai totally ai«apf eared, both on o<>'h«»d aad
'±ce, and o»y hair baa re>utb*d Its naJunU color, and X le»
ie*e tuore wftoud <l<My'hU4 It tuttovii before for lweb»
»-flveyvar«. lam n«w sltty jetr* vld; my wife at
tu>a£vof flfiv-lwoy*ar»,ha«u*dlt with tee satnetffUr.
Tbe above 'itoUce { d>era due to \cu for ymir valuable
:i«covcry. I am a*tmed that whoever wj | rlfhity *»». «*
>er dlrwttoos will not have oceuion to cautrawiel e./
Uiten-.tn*.. lam ac.tlien ot thi* city and arr«M»&t litre
>r tie U*t firt*eo ;«vs asd am known to aeajiy e«ry
nebfrtamladWoln* tt.wns.
at«**, wiui my nam* attached, 1* at your Mrvtc*. a* I
ri»h t.i prewrve the tw-iuttes of nature In otbewae well
ijwsiC. Xaai iruiy yours A. O- ILiYilOftD.
Hai.nxn>i, Jan.33.lSt9.
•- "» or,in«*TiVE.
WOOD'S ITAITI REnIuRATIVS.
Ptcfowor WcoiJ—l e*r »r: Having m!«r<rtflo*
to >o»e the beat &ort)«>n «f my fcalr, from ibe eflkct* of tb*
f«vc*. la No* or.«Ai»* la tXt* I utdueea w
W»te*!rul c»f *ourpivrar»Moo*r.d found it f>*nt««r&atb*
y<ty lilts My b*** V» aow itkk ud »«1
n»» word* an expr?** roy obi gallon* to yflJi la p* Irt to tt«
i:!]in«diiieb kireifUK. FLILKY JUIINSON.
Tie undfi*}*nf<f, He*. .J. K. Rwcr.t»*mlol«t«r l&rp**-
lir<*tv,tißg.ar«l pa*tnroC Ui« Ortl»..«I«»x Church at Brook
celtl. Mm*. He Is a Mileuun of gttxt naJ.
Tcmky beloved.
nuMKrttu>..r4n.aitts.
Pkr k -»*orWcod—DearS^r: H.ivlDg marie % trial of too*
Hair KrtJoraJlre.jt give*me pleasure ti> taytbai it*<ffiect
ha« f in rvnjotletf lit fUtu nation. tluHUvl? lilt
a con«tunt tendemr m itching wlta which I bft*e b««n
tmublcil frotu my cblluhood; «ikl ha* also rMlorv*) my flair
which wn bfc-ißihu: £r*y, »o'l* or final cvlf.r.
d<j ~ti«r »ric:« with anytiunfl Lk« tht «»« ptosui* or
nwlt, Y«u» ira'r, J. K. ttKAbO.
U. J. WOOD A CO., proprietors 514 New
YcrE.»tel!>»*Tt*l>*. Y.Wli* Ktilliu VitaUUhSiet*',;a»«i
111 Clarke »trr»t. M. Louis. Mo. And Mid by *ll fooa
nc<l Fancy UiwxJ* Dca'ct j. bo
OTP. ANGERS AND CITIZENS
O RMBUUSO
GIFTS AND PRESENTS,
Traveling Cases, Ereasing Casus,
Traveling Cases, Drosting Cues,
R{ch H*ir TiaSy
Rich B&ir Fins,
Shell Combs, Shell Combs,
Rich aad Eeautiful Fans,
Rich and Beautiful Fans,
Elegant Pccket Bnivcs,
Elegant Pocket Knives,
Carved Pearl Czzi Cases,
Carved Pearl Card Case*,
Carved Pearl Pert BZocaiea,
C-rvedPearl Pott Monaies,
FrUSntftED LRAVKMXG IU«S,
FCRSLSUKI) TRAVELING UAGS.
rKAlii- SOL'VENIKS.
PEAKI* SOUVEMKS,
Purses, Brushes, Combs,
Parses, Brushes, Combs,
Shell Snuff Boxes, Inlaid,
Shell SnuS Boxes, Inlaid,
Fine Soaps, Hair Dyes, Hair Oils,
Fine Soaps, Hair Dyes, Hair Oils,
Shell Cigar Cases, Inlaid,
Shell Cigar Cases, Inlaid,
PORTFOLIOS FURNISHED,
PORTFOLIOS FL'RSISHED,
LADIES* WORK BOXES,
LADIES' WORK BOXES,
Indies' Bags and Port Mosales,
Ladies' Bags and Port Monaies,
Rich and Elegant Garter.*,
Rich am! Elegant Garters,
JEWELRY CASKETS, GOLD PENCILS,
JEWELRY CASKETS, GOLD PENCILS,
Beautiful Cabas. * •
Beautiful Cabas,
TOILET rOTVpER. ROPOE, PERFUMERY.
TOILET POWDER, KOCOE, PEKFUIIEitY,
Sr|S?ORS, RAIS-IRJ*. SHAWL riNS,
SCISiOIW. KAISOK*. SilAWl, PINS,
WRACRLErs,
BKwOCHES. HRACELiTj'.
•Cv., iic., tfr., dtc, &c. %
SHOULD GO TO
J. 1). Park's Bazaar of Fancy,
WO. 124 LAKE STIIEET.
Brown Hi Bronchial Troches*
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Bronchial Troches.
Bronchial Troches.
Brown's Troches.
Brown's Troches.
Troches.
Troches.
' Pre-eminently the CnX a&d beat.**
REV. IIENRY WARD BEECH ER.
'1 recommend tbe?r n»e to PuMJe speaker!. •*
REV. E. 11. CttAriS.SEW TORS.
'Oftit urrlce la luMu'.cg Hoa rwWis.**
REV. DAXIEL WISE. XETT TORE.
'X h*r# prortd litem excellent for WUoopln* Ooch.**
REV. 11. W. WARREN, BOSTON.
'Great bcccSt la aiTiCtl-nsof the Droncl/al Orjaai,*
I>r.J. F.TV. LANB, BOSTON.
**A ilaiple Kd plea&M combination for Coo;bi, Jcp."
PR. O. F. BIGELOW, BOSTON.
**Coata!ano Opium oranytMnelnjuriouj.'*
dk. a. a. have.-, chemist. bostox
" Very bescAcial In d«.vtpg tic throat whea coaipalfCa to
REV.S..I. P. ANDERSON, ST. LODLJ.
"I heartily uniu-lntheaU>va CQmmeniLuion."
REV. 31. SCHUYLER, ST. LOCIS.
"A friend ha*ln* tried may rttnedlet for
bea*st,fouod relief frtro the Troche*.*
tIEV.P. LETTS. FR.VNKFORT, ILL.
ty Uros<iitj«;rci7wLere, t*«cesUp«r Bar- «1
so;a ir pestos « co.
JyU-ly si L&ke Itftr,opj>o»Ue Tremontll«tu^
iioucattnnal.
SCHOOL
ELE C T
—-»01
GIUtS AND DOTS.
BASKMEXruF THE UNIVEKSALiSTCHURCH,
'."e»n»r of W«bi>h a*.rue ind Van Ttorrn ttrpet. 311 m
'tAlXESrcvnicnivit Ut tenn oo Thanwlay, the flnt q£
Drccmt rr. aoU atuoc.iufKAlea few more KboUm,
Dft3QhtC-*'tW
L A w
SCHOOL
CNIVERSITY OF CHIC4CO.
The cext term »UI commence JanuaryJU». 1?<0. J?ooau
In LArnion ki«*le eomrrof CL>rkaa«i U"a*b!&(t4)a ttreets.
»dloinlu»r Ikll'j Jftf-.-int!e College. Studt&i* received at
anytime d?rißf th<! Ic'tr..
Ibesncce»i>f this new la«titntion has folly eqaalfi-d tha
mostioatulr.erxpeet ul«n« of Its friends aitd patron#. a <l
U rut bow he e> nilotre-l v*roanently establish**!. FadlW
tl-a for acquiring * Icja! education are b<*>v tiffered. t>B*>
■mailed ia all the West. For Olrtulan explaining Cooraeof
Xtirtrtrlfna. aiidrtn 11. UoOTU.
CUeaico, llilpols.
"DRYANT & STRATTOX'S
JL> enact or
Ctlercanlile ColJfges.
Located at Chicago. 2C«w York. PhUadelyat*, Alfcuir,
Ca&<o. Cieretaod anil Pefoft. Scholarships p;ou throuyb
theeotti* "Cbuln C<>ntr>l<daiion of Ilry*i.i <k
Mercantile CoU*pe*" ami ** LUU> fctatocictal bow
a< one ln»LtuH«n. nnilrrtfce nrttaearil style of
BRYANT, Ck.LLJ< STRATTON, pljtl.v V Hel'. Joint
Proprietor Aa*ociA> I'riflflcKU rf Chic*,:*
Circular ardO-Atalorieofihlrtv pages fat nbfcrd (ratultoo*.
lyon »poUca;U>a to tlu» nrdprnlaneit
lagiily CP.YA.NT. LELL A ST3ATTO3T.
OLOAN'S DOUBLE CHAIN OF
kj American asd Foreign
CO33IEKCIAL COLLEGES.
Tbe 6mt Ontrmi.
The eldcti anil Boat exteo*Jre In tiie West la aitnat&l
McTHontrr Cincn Biocx. Cmcuoc, Im.
OtberCoilrxesfoanectrd with t&ls win be iocausl as
commercial centers la tha The advantatc* art
greater and the charge* le*s than any other Cotmnemal Col
lege In America. Pull Information will be ftinslshid emu
an application at the folu-jce or by letter. Lif»
OBiyiH.iO. Arpl^ CUstsetie ' os erwol p '»erstaTnp*. '
Adaf M T. J. SLOAS.
•eIT >«7? !m Pmldert and Proprietor
pHICAGO MAKBLE COMP'Y
liTftvS rC3 "' li « d Jul T Ut, 135, uaa« UK gaeni Uw or
Offl»aj4 ifaßu'a« N aty eotfc f Stat*aod WaaUaxton
*fr»et<. Masufaettire ft*ible Mao'eJs, Mononenta. Parlor
4t.4t, °f»uperr). ttoexaod workmaajiilD.
ilaxbleaJ wholesale.
H.«XV,-O.N. V Db*ttoi*.
O.TT PRIUfc&TU
Rose gltcebixe
A prepantloa of vt.cles of thf Uost Soothln# QnaU-
Ulea, recomsteaded by Phvidciua for Portly eg.
aßdaoftealectbaSklA- dninbly adapted (brcartacChiß
{Ml or Inflamed Raods, Face; Upa, aad ali Skia DUeaee*.
PKilos *co,

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