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Special Notices.
Those who arc curious to witness tlio
wonderful perfection to which A. Ohswaldt date mas*.
ter at Citch-loi's N. Y.) hu brcugU the manufacture
of Ala and Toupees, are invite j to visit his *l* and
tha'r Dlln* Rooms, at No. 5 Tremont Block rr.t! examine
Eeie curious productlom of art. No temtlay cao detect
tbe artificial fr*m the nr-iur&l chen adjusted to the
bead. dtSly
F* V Cleaver's Prize Tledal tloncy
Boa*, the only ctnulne. will be found t -e best Toilet Soap
n use, posxesstni a Ire j arid creamy lather, a lasting and
delicate perfume, anfl wan-sated not to Injure the skis,
beware of cocntertelu.
F. fi. Cleaver's Musk and Extra Ecented Brown Wind
sor and Glycerine BoaM. Also. Sponaeeoas Tooth Pow
der. fortheteeta and cntci. to be had at all rerpectable
Dnic. Grocery and Fancy B'ores la the United Slates.
Manufactory In London. Wholesale and Cela'lalJ. IL
KEtD k 00„ 144 and 146 L&ke-rt. Chicago. 0c23 bS34 ?a
A. Card.—The Subscribers be; to an*
eocicethn they have keen appointed Acents for the
vale of WALTHAH WATCHES, and that they are now
prepared to tunply the Tr*tde at Mancrarturer's Prlcea.
They will guarantee the performance of
•verr Watoh sold by thrm cf tt!s manafactore. believ
ing as tley do that the dnrnblllty of these Watches and
their unequalled Utae kesplDß ccalltles warrant theinin
■o dolne. OOSFU'dtHS will not forjc-»t that in baylwt
America Wstches they avoid tne nnmerons rroflts ae
earaolateJ cm the fore'jra nrtlcle. before It reaches tLcn.
'til ' ft p.r.i' »*x;'Cr.*es of Importation.
J. T.£ K. M. EDWARD?,
I I'&Uatit n-raf-jy for\1:« cd A.ne. and the varl
;ai fortns of r.l'llout .•atensittent, R-rralltent,
Chill Ft»»-r and Darcb Aecc. hr.vjii «hrlr oririn In tnals-
Haof %eryftrti!e and rcsr?hy d'strlcts. rrepared by Dr.
S. 6. Suwysr, Dr.'.tx'ist and Chemist, tnd «otd by PAwyer.
Pa'cf k 00,. Np. if Lahe V.reet. Chlcaro.
This remedy li prepared ectL"*ty rora vegetable rub
c.anccs. and cattaias co mercery, arsenic, or anything
•hat can rr*ve Injurlccs to the ervtem. Its effects are
thesr of a lo'Uc. well a-apted to restore ;
the uealt'u art let of the and rtomach. whose
fencUoniP.-.* t *■ 1-acsrcd It? thl« c'-ass of dis
tal as.
Qo'.nir.e and ethr: tcalca terve oc'.y In caaes to
Vreak the chills, tut Jo not remove the diseases of the ;
*rer and r'.bv orsans on which the chill :
and fever <?e,-eud: heire th; Uiefalness of the "Flnld
k." (r.artlca'.ar:y In regions where Physl
iltins CKTin .'. i)? read'l7 cfniclted), which contains all
•iesiiVi'Uer r-.*'.cJ to'!" 5 infli'-xV.taii of these maladies.
o. f lo rejarc to the efficacy cf
U>e f;oc: rerrD3« cf rcsncctabldty, h»?c been
4vec w !.c ooes net uake ascof
tfica iA he t«r a^il'cl&el'jtrodcre
•ccur;!r^'.?'»'r.c?l , «
Child's Loudon Cordial Gin.•••The
original and on'yLo: don Gin Importei
tllledln froa aoait Dirley, under the sor«il
laace of U;c British F.zcse Laws, is delicately flavored
with a tincture of the It.ilian Juniper terry, and some
of the m» t' a'uable reitorarlves of the vegetable king
dom. renderinclt In the opinion of the most eminent med
3cJ men. the purest a:id safest stimulant or diuretic
drink 1. ise.
It laadel:clo-js tonic, ©fasir; and dfl'.cate flavor, dif
frinjrentirely Irom an* oth-.r Gin, and devoid of that
harsh acrid t*s:e. which ier.dfr« the article knoira as
Hollsml Gin. or Schnapps, so objectionable.
Thosrh cot ictended as amedlclne.lt is recommended
by physlcl&ns peiera ly in caacs of Dyipe;sia. Goct,
Rhcum-it *3. Dropry. Gravel. Colic. Cholera. Fever end
Acae. Stri-lare. D of the Lrinrjy 0.-Rais. the Rid
ueys aad the Bowls, Nervous flfe'jitlty, kc., whilst the
weaLcrn-x by Ils adopLlcn a sure relief from
those distrca Ilk annoyaic-s wjici frecue-tly attend
th .'lr dehcate orcanli-tkn.
Dr. Motl. of S'ew Tori, ihe highest
au*i >:lly, pronouuees C .arle}' Load<>n CordUl Gin "not
only superior to aiiy other, but the bcs'. article of th; kind
be ha* ever seua."
It ts pe :::l'»rly adapu-d to settlers In ihe fiouthem and
Wcjtera StJ'ei. ns wtll as fur t.-aveltrs exposed to
chasit'.kwf water and sir.
For su;e In quaru at aevc-nty-Cve ceuts, and pints
thirtyes it csq'.j, by ail Groceis, Fiultererr
ond Country Hew-.re of Icltat'ons. Uuy
only JUARLrS'—none o'.her Is imported.
Maybs hailn Chlrtco. 111., cf ROUIKSON
A SMITH, No 15 •ouili U'At^rtt.; lIAVLN. Tt*xtßtl.L
CO., !.'o. o" Sjuth street.
WillTlNG A 01.
C. CU laLCi. Importer, 00, 40nroojway,
N> f Vork. 01,24 tfo'Uy '
Noll"o.—rbe uudorMlsnedi Slockhol*
♦era In The Merchant's liaak of llacon Georgia, are by
uh*. proviilcnsorits Charter. ;sde r.r«A3ably liable fcr
iii issues. The solesoftLlsßani w'll he taken by ci on de
ceit or the t'-ns a tler:tucty. Indiana an *
U. a. TtTOXEtt k CO.
i't'iiHiCi diii) i r uii)i;ig&.
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'".i.i ;a« .. H.'t.
«. »i.rck*en l.b.eidwit
TDBKI:B 4
V Manufacturers k Wholesale Deal-Sr"
em !n
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Giy Saddles,
J32IDLE FRONTS
fad tiom.ijiu. Drivins Relna. Horse Covers and Hinwfc
ets. WlJps, l'ly Sets. Ac.
OFFICE AND SAIJ^-ROO.MSs
130 RAN DCLPU-ST 238
Over lla> Jen, Ray k Co.'tt Saddlery Hardware Btore,
aui;iixiH.iy
jlrcijitccts.
E. BURLING-
A UCHITECT -NOri. 4i »t 1(5 LASALLE
i.jL S'ree: (yver il ilTnin k ite'pike's Bank. Is ire
pare I t<i iar >' 11 i'.<t -*n I -:f.i i M-i.ini io- a ; I kinds of
baildloc4 He c<ytll-n:ly refers to msny "f the be-t
b "ill no *in jui'io— •>• i t> i• I c -til p-ivat-;-as evl*
de<)i*cjnf b ; s fjlSiy ail t'l it or era intrusted to hlT> will
be etecuted in tlir in n» a*.U'aclorv muni r. lar bHai ly
O. L. WEEELOCK,
ANJ) SUP£KIN'TE,\'DEXT f
Office No. 77 D<virl)oru I^loc^t,
Oppositet'i* :'o»t C'Tli' 1 . f?hlc-go. pjl'b<76
L L : -■ -* VJN nfih"
• uCtfiTiX'i' i
•-42 C ! o-a i«r.".T.n<«.
Of fl'-il—-Ji f)cir.--r.. a u iu. u : l*o«t UJ.
floe. :a>tT-ly-v73
&c.
D S OLfTION" 'IF CO-PARTN'EIISMIP.
The co-r-irtn ,-r<h r p herstjfere txls'lrß bet wees
tiie uodersU. elI <' ie city of ?U owJ. uuder tne n • me.
Bt-rle an Iftm o: (il b;r„ nil i nysoa. Is this d-iy dU
so ved '>/m.tavl cme :t J •< p i ('amn
authurind to u is itie nan** of ijie C.m in tLe hqul
d ill 1:1 .f the alfii.s oj ax d tirm.
GM.RvitT.
Hoi*T-O HILL
Chliaso. Jan. 10 1539. Jj-tl'll SAMt*. ON.
00-fARTNE '>llll' %'OTI7K.-Ge->«e G lb-rt and
Jos?:»h -ai.pl--in ha?e'Ms riiy lont l a c.:-paiti-rii!.h>
forths p TpJie o traasi.f..k* a G-;e-»l Au lion and
Ouinmlstk'U Uiulac t GiLkE'H.
JOSriea CAMl'hun.
Ciilcajf). Januar/ lotli. l-5x jail lw b'.'77
fPIIP. CO rARTXE&VHPOFMAITLA.ND
i ABOX4ST-TN'. Proijceand Commission Merchants.
Is this day diaiolred by muiual coiat*nt.
JOdt M\!TLAND,
I). 0. BJRANTJX.
Chlcaxo, December 14. Idi!. dcl6-lmo-b?sl
\XJooS St £oal.
Cheap CoaL
\\7"E ARE COAL AT 54.50
Tf ptrTonrquil to trie or Briar Hill. Yard at
the Koek Island F e .* t offi -e. formerly Morris Coal l om
pany Vard. ord r.iefiat the Ctuto-n H"u«e. 13 ta*alle
■sreet. will hpatteidedtj by R. LAW. or
j»l2 tl) 9 lm U. F. tiTR'jTHER.
CO A. L.
N • NELSON IIAYDON,
YARD AND OFFICE 185 ETATE BTREET. CHICAGO.
(Between Ada=a and Monroe streets.)
■\rcrr, stove, egg. large egg, fub
kick. Broken and Lamp 'Joal. oy the ton or cargo,
fromttie to.lowmr 'ainei. Lehlch Scranton. Lackawana,
Schemokla. Mount Carm; l and Green Ria:e. Lr:e. llricr
HilL Onh»t»ewa and oth*r llltuminoßt Coals.
B*rch Mavle a':d liiii&ry Wood. lone, sawed, splltand
delivered
Coal delivered by tbecarxoat all the principal points
on the lakes. oc!8 b'JB-r-a
OOAXi AND WOOD.
I*BAAO COALE, AT TIIE OLD STAND
A (Jorner of Clark and Adams street offers for sale
Wood of all kinds. Hswed aod Hulk and delivered.
Also, Erie. Lackawana. Ornnby, Hiosjhur*. and other
Peans.lvanla Coals. Briar UiU. fiallneyihe. and other
Onlo Ooals. Shefield. Morrla and other Illinois Coals
Orders promptly filled and Coal carefully screened.
liUsn OOALE.
attl7at®-8o «14 Clark, corner Adams-st
WATER WHEELS.
ViNDEWATEE'S
Rfceutly Impr<)red Joural Turbine
WATEH WHEEL.
Office, No. 81 Bontb Clark Street,
CHICAGO.
I OFFER THIS IMPROVED TURBINE
Water Wheel to the public with the fullest confidence
and assurtnee of its
SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHER WHEELS,
Without any exception. They are well adapted to (and
nave been tested la/ Mills of all description*. They rive
T ® 7 STEADY AND DTfITOEM SPEED,
And,are well adapted *o rery niah as well as very low
heads and falls. Toey wUI wore wall in back water with,
ont any material loss of uower, and are not troabled
vUb Ice. aatoey are set fnvide of the forebay and dU
phaiTftc ondemcalh. li reqoire* a tuiall amount of rear
lnc u> *et op a hl*b speed, coats but little to set op, and
reus upon a step that needs no oillnc. and will laid for
yeara. Tnla Vt heel U capable of yield la* a power of from
TO to k> per cent, of tlie whole power or the water (accord-
In*ff l ® <^e f l i ee toiio of wheelj under high heads
and tails, y d.ln all cases It li warranted to work a» to
tne powerlala down In tbe table and io fire saiUiaciton
whan erqoeriy pnt on and reared,
gute. County and Town territories for tale.
Fwiturth«roarilcalar*aeedratlara, which ean be ob»
Aaent's Offloo. Mo. a Booth a,
_»*AMOM HA*T*r. Bnpriitor.
G. J. Amv
ocurittQ iltacljincs.
• I nE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING RECENT-
I LY relumed t-> the cty and taken tbe Atency of
♦l.e above for tbe Western fctates, are low open
ing anew the ild oSiCf.
IOC Lake Street, Up Stairs,
wh*re th"y are prepared to fuppty Azeati and families
with RtTraoad'c H-win* Ma-bines on the nwit liberal
tennt. Ha*li sfo'tbelart three months pretty tbotccbly
rantawedth**Sewi-K Machine mvkeLwe caa ssyf-at
out of tbe multlti'W'v m new natcats they *re sa-lifled
that the Raymond Machine Is de.ldedly the bes* low
tirWd one in tut, and ij hard to be excelled ty tee
h^rherprlceJ.
They will r« pair and pnt in rnanhp order any
it ti« ilarmocd Machine* he et >t -re eold by A. ttol
broov op i> Kdsey If b-ociclit to thc'.r
Agents'oraith* unocH'a towns In the
ffe-t, U'UJWf.LL * HOLHBO"K
oflic 103 Li.ke ctrcet, Chicago, tup stain). P<-st Office
Boxlagi. jats b?SS3m
CIIAJJPION SEVl'lXir MAOHIXE.
SC, $S and sll Dollars !: •
Call at 167 Randolph Street,
Before ioa turchase any other kind.
jilMm-bra
S3O . O O
Premiums and Diplomas.
rpEE FIRST PREMIUM AND DIPLOMA
X was awarded to the
Boudoir Sewing iVlnchine,
(HARRIS* riTtST.)
Atthe Wisconsin Stat • Tair. Oct. wIl 1£>!: Machines from
One lluidrei toOae Hundred and Fifty Dollars in com
petition. Thus anoth-rll'ilc has t>een added to its chain
efrremiiinix. Tbe subscriber leave to call the at
tention of the Lillys of Ohicv> aid vicinity to the roer
and unrivalled Machine. A few of
Its prominent a-lvantsces over all others are as folloxra •
Ist It w«rj w.th twi thread* and tira each stitch.
2d. It cukes tw> different s:itch>-s
3d. It will sew nackward as well as forwird
■Lh. It nukes two thousand stitchci per minute, and
ilxtj-ninestUchw to l)ic inch.
sth. Tue inconvenience of abe't is obviated by the arr
plicatlonof a Itufiber taction Ahe«.L
tcrfta The nominal price oftiO bcludes tUad and fix-
When this Machine wsj nM at dioWe the price, it was
cordially recommended to the "cUiic by
1. M.SISfiEH A CO.
ELtAS HO Jr.
WHIIuLEIt k WILS3S,
' GiiuVLti ± BAKKR.
Manufacturing Co.
As the best slnxle thread Machine la the market. The
price has been reduced one bi'f an 1 iu value enhanced
by the addition of the Double Tircad. An examination
r.f tills Machine and its work ia solicited at U. iiewinK k.
Cj'.- It'iot aud £aoe £;or». 132 Lake Krpet.
noS7 IrbAS L A. HA*CK k CO.. Aeerta.
Til<s WOJiDhll OF TJIK AGE !
rjIHE LATEST PATENT OUT.—
*ols'acrootrjfT, err is iupbovhmkst oir ill othzs
SEWING MACHINES.
(Pratt's Patent) The Ladirs Companion plncle and
Double Thread riewioe Machines are warranted to do the
work or any other lamlly machine and eoually well.
They will sUtclu hem rather—aad can be ao adjusted
tnat the work can be taken out, or so It camoL There is
□o threading of the under nfedle, it thre-ids .tse.t Tliey
arethe simplest and most elesant machine ir, use. Tl.ey
do cot missrdtche% and cannot be sot out o: trder. It is
leas compUcaied by one-half than any ot;.er macliine
there are no Ririnss In It, and are so ain|»leach l H ran
as* wuh them. Tney sew with pie-it raiu-thy rnd little
noise. Lvery maculae warranted. Satlsfactor*' refer
ences given.
The price comes vithlr. the wh Tin» ccmnna
Treadle machine #25. '!>• ell', tr ilatel b:auUfaliy de
cortcd, ♦•>(>— all cccp'cto.
Azeuts wanted.
Cemmnnications answered, and snayleißest on th»
r*cvir,t of a pastaseetacp. A good wasted for St.
Louts. Pnces same as in Boston.
Western OlCce Lake street, cor. of Clark. Calcago.
Ilhu-.is. 11. IL riTARR. Local Agent.
QU.AvEP CITY. DOUBLE I.Ot,'Z
iICET fTXTCB,
• so iriAOHirja
KtVER BCTOP.E EXHIBITED 13 THE W»T.
AH other Ohpap Machines take cn'y U;? (bread
•jbjiJnctitch TLisUkßitheri«r:\e
TWO TlilCJKA.l>
Stitch as the mocterpentlveone# In u«e. ita work will
Jiel Slip Thoaiii .-verj SUttb be Cot.
Tac Muctibt iaiJrfi-K eaj:!j and Lot likely to
cut o. ord-jr .\or.;s u; rabidly, firm and
tiar.dsoriea as me moit cxtieasivi Machine gewi
from tvo ccrrnf srrtcV. dc.-s coarse flee work
•jiirtertly. by e:rj;.ly fie nted'.c HUdthreart.
Ti'r'v -.vilu .':irc-i. hi::-i and oatixcs.
' -"' 3 L -"' 7 - r - thae most Ma
-OK2 LASX
TitJ. ar'fiiaKJdtct'.-c '£ egwal Is cEisiiCytt
Eisli' to Twelve
Oeftmareasirby hand, rrt ry «cd any one cattrr
?ewta?aba3iue«»rh-jn!; cud oae. the
Only Kaclilac Set-In;? with Two Tlire^ds.
Except one. fold is t::e world for leas than Wei'
vite all who w.sh a M.irblne tc do arty kind ofwerk dec:
oy machinery, !o cxatclie oars. Sinrles of work eeat by
.nallaponrecdci of« t'zmw Muchin-'s Pvnt to person'
wao never «?w tnfe. md -ireui? 1 e:!crM;fu'iy after a tew
hours practice. Ku;l printed instructions (riven Enter
nri-sinz men. a frc hundrH dollvs:r -.jut;:»us
juiv now
belter of tJ..or luissa-v olr;-::; sfed
fit:. C. '.nswslP' S'tw Stett. 133 L*U St,,
rear IHark. id !.-.•« L. CO'kNTLL.
a.jx S.' -J i:..lcai:o. ItU
StalVJllCL:), i'l.
JOS'ES, PKB DTK S SJI.ILL,
V'hj t-salt as 1 Kstrdl
Stitiiiu :v I'yoks
In ail iii vzriety.
Ol'tt FACILITIES FOU DOIKO
Ruling, Binding and. Printing
Are «nsuriiß«sed Is tee West
srr \ 1 t, \\ it . :t v t' »
... ... JONE4 .Erf'-CE « ¥MALU
No. Lake street
Awarded --s* the
* / • : aHB i'' u
« Si
s S>l>i£ ■- rs
■ T G c. t 7 * 1
S 1 I t*la
I .V. '•l3 3 i°i gs^
. 0 5& -4 S
p* '".'v'-jr a ts M-g S!
I I
ALSO ON KwA-ISTX) r
Scaling Wax,
Band Boxes, Sisel Fen*,
Letter Sl&mpa. Load Poncila,
Wafer Cufe, Sankere' Cmc,
Enivei, Letter Boxes,
Eulera, Pen Holder#,
Writing Pf4i Socoy Books
irrvsors, Pen Sr.:Vji.
Paper Twino,
ttold Porx, -iaill Pec*.
Letter Clip* .jeck Peacili
Shears, Cash Boxes,
Port Folio*, Blotting Papor,
Spring Files, Ivcry Tablet*,
Twine Boxes, Quills,
envelope Papei Elastic Earn?,
India Babbit. CAlenciars,
Wafer*, [7077 Foldon.
Letter ScjU«*» Paper File*.
Invoice File-*- BijkEerj,
Hncilage, 3un Ticfcctt. .
Woitenholw'sCutlerj. Syi (Spool' Tapy,
Commercial Printing,
ooxiisrmo OP
CIBDS, SILL HEADS, (lEKXLiRS, lie.,
PROMPTLY EXECUTED AT
Stutloner l ! Hall,
nnS fcZ5 Lake streek
(Onstcrs.
OTSTERS-OY STERS-OYSTERS.
BATCH. MANN A CIVB unrivalled
c-e&h Baltimore Oysters by
Cxprets only, direct from thrir I vOfc>
house In Baltimore. Ud.. and for sale kiv J
their depot No. LV North Water street Chicago.
The utr-ost care and attention beinx paid to tbe pre
parlnt of these Orsten. they have attained a reputation
unequalled by all others. All orders will receive prompt
ttentlon. Address J.N. HAICII. Axent
ocUhJOMm . Post Office boa SOT.
N. B.—This establishment will be permanent
OIL OF CO3NAC.
OIL OF COGN'AC.
OIL OF COGNAC.
1,000 OUNCES OJT
Green, White and Yellow
OIL COGNAC,
Fnr «aJf by MeU-lyl PENTON A OO
*3 500 n*' CHEST 3 YOUKQ HTBOK,
GUN-POWDER. IMPERIAL A!H) BLAOS TEAS.
Of late Importations for ule atlowpricetand on liberal
enna. KEFNuLDi ELT A CO. •
noli 4y4C '
"VTEW RAISINS. 2OO BXS., 150 HF
Xi bxa. New Ralilai JqcL received and for tale by
REYNOma ELY A CO.
IK ( \ UHDS. NJSW N. 0. SUGARS,
now landing, and for sale at axorceo rucas.
oolUy-b4«ff EEVNOLDa. Y.\,l k OO
9i Ift POCKETS 0. G. JAVA COFFEE,
wUv ISO baa ortme tAcoapa Ooffee for sale
br RKVNQI.n . |TI,T * Qf>
\( \ BXS ' SCALED AND N I HEtC
\J tin*, jtut received by
BtTKOLDR ELY A OP.
Krt Tcs - NEW RICE FOE BALK BY
•J\t PCBU67 RITKOLDa. KLT A 00.
onn HHDB. BDGAE now ABBIVOt'O
PRESS MD TRIBUTE.
PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
FffBUSHID
Daily, Tri-Wwkly and W««kly
Office 43 Clark street—Over Geo. Smith's fra**
ZDITOIiS AXD rCSLISIIEnS :
JOHN' L. SCRIPTS, C. U. HAT,
VTSL DROSS, JOSEPH V^DTT.T.,
ALFRED COWLKS.
T«rai of the Preaa an 4 Tribune.
delivered In dty by carrier, per year.. *3.00
Dally, delivered In dty by carrier, perweek 15
Daily, to Mail Subscribe™, per year 7.0U
Daily, to Hail tiubscriaera. 6 Deaths 4.00
rri-to eelcly, per year 4.00
W'esily, ein«le irabscriberi 2.QU
2ooples ....8.00
•* 3 copies 4.00
" It) copies to one address 10.00
y: copies to one address 90.UQ
onefree c«»py to getter np of dub of twent7.
W 1 here will be no deviation from these rates.
, ia registered letterataay be sent mat oc
risk. Address
PRESS AND TRIBUNE.
Chicago, HUnoli.
TUB Pit ESS AND TttIOUNE'S
Great Job establishment
Is the arceet and finest establishment of tbe kind In the
West. It has more BteamPreasa and Machinery; more
Printing Materials and more Eldllfol Workmen any
o'.her Job Printing Hocso West of New York.
The proprietor! are prepared to execute, on short no-
Uce. every variety of BOOK JOB LETTER PEESS
and FANCY FEINTING in the BESI MJLIfNER
at the LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
Particular attention given to the printing of
Sosises Cards, Fosters, d
Vinting Cards, Programmef,
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Disunion in Georgia.
Speech of lion. Lyman Trumbull, of
Illinois, lu Keply to lion. Allred
iverson, of Ga.
111 the Senate of the 1". S., Frldav, January
7, IS.iO.
TUe nuc«!ion Lti»s on ibe rtcommitment uf tbe
l'jcili: I»ii.roud bill.
Mlt. XItCMISL'LL .-aid ;**»•#
IJut, sir, I vva-j abutil to culi altcatlon to ih? e.v
traordlnary sjitcch of t:c Senator from Gcorgio t
[Mr. Iveisoii,] delivered —a speech,
triudinj up wiih a propofiliua to ricommit this
bill with it* various araendmenU, for the purpose
of hiving a bill reported for the conitructiou of
tvro railroads; and for reason? For two
road-, lieeause Le looked lo a separation of the
Confederacy—the very last rea-ion on earth why I :
would vote lor any bill tint looked to any such
olijeei. Kir, I tnwt the day Is far distaut, when
our Icsifclatiua will be with reference to a
separation of tbe Stales of this Union. Has it
cone to this,that the basii of our legislation is to
be a division? If so, I appreheud it will not be
long betorc we have it. Hut, bir, lam glad tbat
ihe .Senator from Georgia has spoken out *-o
boldly, lie has bat avowed what I have long uu
dirstoeil to be the seutiuieut of ihe )iarty in potv.
or. 1 believe be i> a fair exponent ot it; and tliat
(listingui-hcd senator, oeeui»yiug a promiuent po
ritiou in the country an.'in this body,
the t'oufidetice of the Administration and tbe
paity in power—
Mk. IvtßsoK. Will the Senator allow me a
moment ?
ili:. TjimcfLL. Crrtaioly.
51 r. IvEivoN*. The Smaior is greatly mistaken
when he Niys I am in the confidence of the Ad
mi;ji>tta'ion. I did'aot speak tbe sentiments of
tiie Adtnini-tration. .Sofara-J I uuders;aul tbcm,
I do not bt'lieve the Aditiinistration maintain the
scntiiuc!jt!« woich 1 uttered vesterdiy. I certainly
have no official or cjuneetion with ihe
AdminMratiuu, or cuy niemb r •»! it,althoti;b I
nui>t .stare that I aj'jtjove of the c:nduct aud the
gen. ial me.isuivs oi the Administration.
Mb. I ui'mui'll. I did not .sui»i>o.sc, or mean to
be understood ao intimating, that the tlaboratel}--
prepan d and tatefuliy-writlen speech of the Seu
atnrhad receiicd tlj - apjirobation of the Admin*
i-tiation in advance : but he bi»ingas»ociatcd witta
ttic Admini-tr.'.t'on, po-.-e.Sii»g v* coulidenee and
that of the pa;ty in power, I did regard his vie »s
a* a fair e.xpo.sitiou of the views oi" the t-o-cailed
Democratic party of the prcseut day. I have un
derstood, befoiv tbey were so openly and irankly
avowed ben-, that tney were tbe views of tbat
party. 1 suppo-ed ihat they loukt d, as the Sena
tor told us, t-i the conttol of this Govein
inctit in .ill its dcjiaitment-i, e.weutive, legisl.uive,
and judicial, by the slave boldinc: interests of the
country, or a di?so!uti«:j of th>? Uu:«m.
Sir, uowcau it l»e that those visits arc not in
hirmony with the views of the party, miintain ng
Hie relations he doe- to it? -1 understand by the
ueiiuii ot tbe party, and I have sought to *how
tuis to the country belore, tha tlieydoinoorsetbe
T-ry doi trines which be has so frankly and plainly
ayjwt* i liL-rt in the Senate,tiLd tbat it amounts to
simply thi»: "We tvil. control tbe (.loveroment;
we wul have the ani the power of the
Govcttiuieut; we will di«t>ur>e its levenueauddis
jKMi-e ius patron ge and govern the North ; aud
win-!! we cannot do it, «\e will dt-.-olvc connection
with von ; we will unite with you for the purpoe
M'-rely of ruling and controlling you for our i>en
eht and aggrandizement; but wh'-n the time comes
thai we do so cea*e, the Itepublic ceases to exist;"
and when a practical m- a.surc is peuding before
this body, a iu< tiou made to recouiuiit, it j'ur ttje
veiy purpose ot est;ibli»liini: two roads across the
couipitm, looking to a division of the Confeder
acy. 'fue S-Miaior said ye-ttrday:
" Whea tie nesir t Kitubllcan party, or It* leattlmate
haecefs jrsins-'neotn-.r s~.a I or the
Uuvein ' cut; when it hu -he fresiclent, bo-.U ilonses 0'
Co'Krt'4B. wij the judiciary, what wJtbtay its handy It
c-inai>tß,andßUli; intdjei. It dlJs. io ave
.1 must go on."
tfir, I believe that. It cannot btand atill. It
is a party of progress, of power. It ia going
on ; uod I coiucide with tbe statements uttered
by that Sena.or yesterday, tbnt the time will
come when it will take possession of tbe Gov
en.msct. Ithnsbutto pursue the eveo tenor
ot its wuy, Miindmg by tbe Constitution, stand
ing by the Union, encroachiog upou tbe rights
ot no action of the country, but carrving oat
uod Maintaining tbe princ pies cf the Oonsaiu
tio.j, aa our fathers made u. I say it has but to
go on in tLat cour&e to attain power nod posses
sion of tbe Government, and make oar Union
perpetual. Farther, the Senator said:
"Wep br step It will b? driven ocw* d In Ps tna-l e»
rn;:, uii.il at..very li kbollshtd or the L'uion dissolved
iiju* ol tLesi* two tbILC is as iueviuttie us aeath."
it is bT ot this kind, as to the aims
and olj:cls of the Republican party, that tbe
public Soutu bus betn misled; and
although I uccord to the Senator trom Georgia
u tair exposition ot the views of the fo caued
Democratic party of tha present day, I trust he
ia sot u fair exponent ot the public sentiment of
toe Soutb when it shall underataud tue position
ot the Kej üblicao party. i)o;s it propose to in
tertere with your institution ofslavery? Where?
When? Wben, in any ot its recognized public
conventions, hns it ever avowed such a princi
ple? Xerer; but it has placed itfelt on tbe
Constitution, and on the doctrines of Jetierson
and Washington aud Monroe and Madison and
J-ckson in regard to the slavery question ; aye,
b?r, and ot Polk too. It proposes to let slavery
uloae where it is. It propores to prevent its
expansion iuto couotries tha; are free, and
where slavery has not existed. Is that a new
duett ine ia this country ? W by, sir, if tbe Sen
ator trom Georgia bad occapied a seat on tbe
lloor ot tue Senate in 17SL\ wben the Govern
uieut was organized, and when Washington was
President, and when the law passed excluding
slavery Irom the great Northwest, according to
the creed be dow avows, be must have become
au advocate for disunion at once.
THE RLtCnOJi IN ILLINOIS.
But, sir, the Senator made an allusion to llli.
nois politics, upon which 1 would say a word.
Ue declared tbut~
"In all the late election?, conservative and sound De
mocr«cr, the only el' ment sympathising w.th the South,
li*' not csinedu »i -frie free titate. Ido not consider the
iriUTphor tbe fenitor from Iltli.ols iMr.
as a victory of sound Democracy. It was a vie-
UH7 of Fne ftcli Democracy ovtr AboUtlon Mhlegcry,
&nd no more."
Now, sir, if the Senator from Georgia ia la
boring under any such misapprehension aa tbat
the great Republican party of Illinois, which
has uot been triumphed over, is an Abolition
Whig parir. he is very much mistaken. If he
ia under tbe impression that the party sustain
ing my colleague ia a Freesoil Democracy, he is
very much mistaken. Need X go back to the
hiatorr of this country to show that parties
were disrupted in 1854, tbe Democratic party
as much as the Whig party ? la ISM was inau>
gnrated a measure neTer before in issue be
tween parties in this country, never before a
party test. Immediately preceding that period,
in 1552, both the then great political parties of
tbia country had agreed upon tbe slavery ques
tion. in their national conventions eacn party
bad passed resolutions pledgiog itself to the
country to abide by tbe setilemeut of the slave
ry question as made in 1650, and denouncing
any maa ua an agitator who, under any pretence
whateTer, should again raise that question in
Congress or out ot Congtess. But, air, what
occurred within two years afterwards? Not
withstanding this pledge to tbe country to abide
by the compromise measures of 1850, a proposi
tion was introduced into this very body, in
1854, opening up again tbe whole excitement—
a proposition to unsettle not only the policy of
li&i>, but the policy of ISIO, under which the
country had acquired peace. Wben that new
proposition was introduced to repeal tbe Mis
souri compromise, which excluded slavery from
what now constitutes Kansas and Nebraska,
parties took their position upon tbat question.
Tbe Senator Irom Georgia, if be will look into
tbe proceedings of the House of Representatives
upon that question, will find tbat a majority ot
Democrats—not Abolition Whigs—but a major
ity of Democrats in tbe Bouse ol Representa
tives voted against the Kansas Nebraska bilL 1
mean a majority ot Democrat* from tbe North
ern States. Less than halt of tbem supported
tbe measure. Then it was tbat parties were or
ganized upon a question which was not before
in ia&ue between tbem.
One of those parties, that which opposed the ic
peat of the Missouri Compromise aud the expan
sion of slavery, took the name Republican, auu it
is computed ot persons belonging to all tbe pre
vious parties—Democrats and Wiigs alike. The
party adhering to that measure, and pledging it
h-lf to that pol r,y which his disturbed tbe peace
of the country (or tbo last four or five years, and
giveu us more trouble than any one measure that
ever passed the Congress of the United Slates, as-
Mimed tbe name -Democrat—on old name applied
to a ucw principle. Wbo composed its army?
Those who had been Democrats 7 Why, sir, I I
need look no further than at the distinguished '
members of this body, to find (hat the leaders and
champions of this so-called Democracy were the
trusted Wbijj leaders of old time, and Whigs nonr
I apprehend, for they will tell yon that they have
chiDged no principles. Tbs transition was easy
from former Wb!f.ery to a pro-slavery Democ
racy. It reqnlred no abandonment of Whig prin*
ciples. Tbe so-called Democratic party has Lot
one princiole to-day, an J ■what is that ?■ The ex
pansion or slavery. Will they keep a Whig ont of
the ranks If he will indorse the Kansas Nebraska
bill ? They will promote bim to high office in the
Democratic party. An Abolitionist, or a man
who has been an Abolitionist, can set into it, if
he witl indorse the till. My
Irieodattbe right [Mr. Hamt.ts] says many of
the New England Abolitionists are in it now.
They are nomeroas; their name is legion. I could
not name them all, or all tliN distinguished ones.
1 believe the late Attorney-General of tbe United
States was a dtatfngu'sbed example of that class;
and we have many distinguished examples here
of persons wbo were Whigs, now in tuil com*
mnniou i* the Democratic church.
The so-calied Democratic party in Hl'nois, the
"Free Soil Democracy," as the Senator from
Georgia describes it, is not made up of old Demo
crats. If there had not been some old Whigs and
some old Know Nothings in that party, the gieat
triumph ot "the distinguished Senator from Ilii
noi-, of which be spoke, would never have oc
curred. No,sir; tnere are enough Know Noih
ings and Whigs, from childhood up,in tbe Illinois
Legislature, to have changed the result; and al
though ther? are many Whigs in tbe Republican
party in Illinois, there are many Democrats in it.
It is made up of both; large numbers, lam liappy
to t?ay, of both, constituting a decided majority
of ihe people of the State; and the Democratic
party, su called, not only iu that State but in all
tbe Northern States, and tbe Southern States, too,
is roads up largely of old Whigs. Ttiis reproach
upou the Republican party, that it is but an Abo- ;
liiionWhig party, cannot be sustained by the
lacts in relation to the organization of the party
as it at present exists. What has become of tbe
old Whig party of the South, which once carried
many States? kit not affiliated with and incor
porated into the party whh which the Senator
acts? I need not go any further than his owndis
tinguished colleague [Mr. TooilDs]-to show him
that be dees not abhor altogether affiliation with
Whigs, or men who were once Whigs.
EQUAL RIGHTS IN THE TERRITORIES.
Hut the Senator proceeded to comment upon
the doctriues of the party in Illinois, and he spoke
of tbe Republican party as denying a which
tlie iioutli is entitled to—the rignt to take slaves
into tbe Territories of the United States, tbe com
mon property of the Unioa. *We do deny that tbe
South has any t-uch rigfct. We deny that the Re
publican party make* any discrimination between
the citizens of slave States aud citizens of free
Statrs.as to tbeir rights in the Territories. We
deny that it advocates any doctrine leadiug to an
inequality between the States. We would give to
tae citizeu of Georgia the same rights in Kansas
that we claim lor the citizcus of Illinois ; but we
give bim none other. We denv to the citizen of
Illinois tbe right to introduce slavery lutoKinsas;
we deny that right to tbe citizen of Georgia. Tbey
are on an equal footing. We deny to tiic citizen
of" Illinois the right to take the laws of Illinois to
Kansas. By our iana, females are of age at 16
years; free to act for them-elves. We deny the
right of the Illinois farmer who takes his daughter
to Kansas, to carry that law with him; or the
right of the dauchter, when she gets there, and
tiuds the law of Kan>as lixing the age when fe
rn iles shall have tbe llgbttoact lor themselves
at 21,t0 vet at defiance tbat law, and assert her
right to act for herself ia opposition to her pa
rents, and in opposition to tbe laws uf Kansas, be
cause, forsooth, if she had remained in liliuoisshc
would have possessed that right. We deny the
light of a man who owns a slave in Georgia, by
virtue ol State law, (an J he can hold him by vir
tue ol none ether), to take that law with him to
Kiusas; and hence, when he goes thctc he has
uo right to hold the person as a nlave.
We say that slavery depends upon local law.
The Constitution of the United States so treats
it. The language of tbat instrument in regard
t? persons escaping from service or labor in one
Slate into another, clearly ebons this. The lan
guage is, that " persons held to service or labor
in one State xtndtr the laics thtrtof" and eecap
iog iuto another) shall be delivered op, Ac.;
that is under the laws of the State, not under
the laws or the Constitution of the United
States. You caunot reclaim a runaway negro
in any State of this Union, unless he is held as
a slave bf virtue of u State law. This shows
that tbe Constitution was not intended to estab
lish slavery.
lint, sir, if the Constitution did establish
slavery, which it does not, the Constitution has
no force in tbe Territories ot tbe Uoited Stales,
unless Congress carries it there. That instru
ment was made between the States, to form a
I more perfect uoiou between the States; and
when the Constitution was established, it
to the Government which was formed by it the
right to govern the Territories j but it did not
extend the Constitution of the United States
orer tbe Territories; nor does it extend there
except by operation of law. When the Kansas-
Nebrutka bill was passed, Congress inserted a
cLurt* in it declaring tbat tbe Constitution of
tbe United States should extend over Kansas
and Nebraska; thus indicating that, in the
opinion of Congress, the Constitution did not
reach tbat Territory at all, unless it was made
to do so by act of Congress.
Tbe whole practice of the Government shows
tbi* to be tbe meaning of the Constitution.
Why, sir, we appoint judges in all the Terri
tories of tbe United States; and for what length
of time? For four years. What does the Con
stitution of tbe United States say? 1 have not
it before me, bat it specihc&lly declares tbat the
judges shall be appointed during good behavior.
What right has Congress to limit the term of
otlica of a jadga in Kansas or Washington Ter
ritory to four years, undtr the Constitution ol
tbe United States, it that instrument extends
to, aud operates in, the Territories? If the ap
pointees are judges ia the contemplation bf the
Constitution of the United States, then tbey are
judges during good behavior, and Congress has
no power to limit the tenure of their office.
But Congress has done it; and it has done it
upon ihjs principle: that tbe Territories belong
to tbe Uoited States, to be governed by the
Congress of tbe Uoited States irrespective ot
those particular requirements in tbat instru
ment which are applicable to States alone, and
not to Territories.
Congress cann< t, of course, do any act in re
gard to a Territory which the Constitution for
bids, such as to pa*s a law prohibiting the free
dom of speech therein ; but it may pass any law
in regard to a Territory which it is not inhibited
Irom passing, and which is not inconsistent with
the spirit ot our institutions.
" CNFEIOiDLT LEGISLATION'."
But the Senator proceeded farther to speak
of the views of what he calls the Free Soil I)e
--mocracy of Illinois, and I quite agree with him
in some remarks he made in regard to the po
sitions put forts by that party. lam happy to
agree with him that it is a monstrous dcc:rine,
it the principle be once established that tbe
Constitution carries slavery into a Territory,
that you have a right by indirection to thwart
and subvert that constitutional rights. Satisfy
me tbat the Constitution of my country guaran
tees to an individual tbe right to take his slave
into a Territory of the United States, and I will
help, fo long as 1 sit here under an oath, to
auppjit th-\t Constitution, to support that right.
Goa forb d, that after laying my hand upon the
holy Scriptures and eweariog to eupport the
Constitution of my country, I should turn
around and say tbat, although the Constitution
gives a right, "I wi'l, by unfriendly legislation,
or by thwart and deny it. It is
a position wh*otly untenable; and wben I be
lieve the Constitution guarantees to an individ
ual any right, 1 will atand by and protect him
in tbe exercise and erjojment of that right. 1
cannot hnd it consistent with my conscience, or
my honor, or consistent with my feelings as an
honest man, to undertake by indirection to
thwart the very instrument which 1 hare sworn
to eupport, But, sir, I deny any such constitu
tional right as the Senator from Georgia claims.
Therefore, I eav that slaves cannot be taken It
gitimately and constitutionally into Kansas.
The Senator from Georgia further told us
that
•• The peop'e of the Southern Plates as cerqmli in the
Union, and as j ">;nt and eq'i 1 owners of tbe public terri
t iry. fcnre the ri* .t to ealCTite to these Temtorlei with
their fUre property. snd to the protection a .d the enjoy
ment of that pro-.erty by taw durins ihe e.ls%jc e of the
ier.itoraUove nnem: laws passed br Conpreaj aa »he
trua'es a-d common head of th? joint property—head of
all th* Ftetii and all thepe. p'e of tbe Mates ia the publ c
terrrory; laws recognlzitK the equa' rgit of ererr citi
zen tosolnand i>n esaaad enj <y the common hjherl
tance; Uws Dot to derrive men of propert?. tot t*» rem
late and aerure its ecjoymeni: laws to put ever/ msn ia
the Uoited St <te« oi mo equal fjotlar in tbe exercise of a
treat constitutional tUhL"
I agree that the people of the South are en
titled to equal laws, and to laws that will pnt
every citizen in the United States upon an equal
footing in tbe exercise of a great constitutional
right; but 1 do not assent to the application
which tbe Senator from Georgia seeks to make
of it, when be says that, under this general
principle, the people of tbe South are entitled
to a law that shall protect them in holding slaves
in tbe Territories. 1 say tbat would not be giv
ing them equal rights, but allowing them to im
pose slavery on a Territory where the people
may not want it. Why has not the'free citizen
of the North, who emigrates to Kansas, and
prefers living in a free State where free labor
is respected, as much right to insist upon keep
ing slavery out of, as a man who happens to own
a aiave in Georgia has to insist on taking it into
the Territory ? Has not the citizen of Georgia,
who owns no slaves, and who emigrates to a
free Territory, as good a right to insist that
slavery shall ufct come there, as the citizen who
owns a slave in Georgia has to take him there ?
The interests of tree white laboring men, North
and South, are affected by tbe existence of
slavery in their midst; and, after all, slavery is
participated in but by a Tery small proportion
of the population of the Uoited States.
WHO ARB " TB* TEOFL* 0? *BI FXITID STATES?''
There were, according to the census of ISSO,
about twenty million free white people in tbe
Uoited States. Thirteen millions and more of
those people resided in the tree States of tbe
North ; about six million white people resided
in tbe slaveholding States ; and of those six
million white people, only about three handred
and fiftr thousand—something like one in twen
ty—of tbe free white population of the South,
owned negroes; and yet oar legislation here is
to be controlled and ahaped for the benefit of
these three hundred and fifty thousand slave
holders, or the Union is to be dissolved. Sir,
hare the more than five and a half million white
people in tbe Sooth, and more than thirteen,
million white people in the North, no rights to
be respected? Is slavery to be forced upon
them br the action of the Federal Government,
oi the Union be dissolved? Do we deny just
rights to the South, when we allow the man
wbo owns slaves, and the man wbo owns no
slaves, tbe same rights and the same privileges
in going to our public Territories?
But tbe Senator from Georgia told us tbat unless
he could have a law that would protect these
three hundred and fifty thousand slaveholders
in tbe boldirg ot slaves in Kansas, he wonld do
—what?
*1 am free to declare here, that If I lud the control of
the soothern people, I wouM demiortthlsof Oonrressat
t-.e orranlxaton nf every territorial fi*ernmeoi aa the
terms opoo which the eouth »hou d fmtla fa tbe Union
X would bold out 'rltfht* ia one band and *»eparation'la
theotber. aud tear« tbe N*rth to choose betweea theo."
Who is going to do this? Three hundred
and tiftv tbousaud slavehotdere? Surely the
live and a half million free white people in the
South are cot going to bold out their hands in
this wav, when they do not own a negro, and
say, "If yon do not allow u* to go with our ne
groes into tbe free Territories, we will dissolve
the Union." They art not going to do it/ Well,
who U going to do »? ThrM hundred and fifty
thousand oat of twenty million people. Why.
sir, I think il we legislate for the benefit and
protection of tbo nice teen •twentieths of the
people of the Sooth, the Senator hu no right to
complain that oar legislation U shaped against
toe policy the Sooth wants. Bat he is right, in
some respects, in attacbi&g this importance to
the slave power of the Sooth. It is important,
and although it is bat one in twenty of the
white population of the Soath, I know it con
trols the legislation of the South. The large
planter, with his numerous slaves around him,
controls the labor of the country, and monopo*
lizes the land of the coantry, and the white pop
nlation of the Sooth owning no slaves are in a
measure his dependents.
The labor whieh woald otherwise be performed
by the free hands of free men is there performed
by slaves; and that labor which every man
should be entitled to as his right, as the capital
on which he is to live, is taken out of his hands,
and given to his servile race. Exercising that
control over the political institutions of the
Sooth and over all the interests of the Sooth,
this power comes here to Washington, and, I am
sorry te say, exercises a control over this gen
eral government. Not only the live snd a half
million free white people of the Soatbern States
are controlled by it, bot ths thirteen million
people in the Northern States, where no slaves
exist, are made sabject to it; and we are grave
ly told, if thii great population shall attain con
trol of the Government; if they shall elect a
President and obtain control of Congress, and
the various departments of the Government,
then the Union is to be dissolved, and for the
benefit of these three hundred and fifty thoosand
slaveholders! 1 suppose the Senator from
Georgia will hardty contend that the five and a
half million people who own no slaves in the
South are benefited by slavery.
In making thia comparison, fiirness would re
quire me to say, and 1 wish to speak with entire
candor, that althoagh the number of slavehold
ers is but three hundred and titty thousaod, yet
more persons are probably, interested in slavery
than that, because the slaves are generally
owned by the heads of families; and supposing
a family to consist of five white persons, which
I suppose is a fair estimate, there would be five
times three hundred and fifty thousand, or some
one and three qaarter millions of the white pop*
ulation o! the South that might be directly or
indirectly, interested in slavery. The only in
terest the others could have would he to get rid
of it, and to elevate labor in that country to a
standard where it would be honorable ;or free
white men to perform it.
DISUNION" A>*D ITS REHZPi*.
The Senator, i?f speakios further of the public
sentiment of the South, remarked:
"I venture the opinion that In my own s t*ie,so well con-
Tinced ere the great mass of the people of Ml p irtiea that
the ami-slavery *gltatlon Is not to ceue cntii the instltu
tlonls des'roted, if the Question was n,» out whether
tbe Boathera State* In a body should separate and icrm a
southern confederacy, a majority would Tote f.r th- De
position."
Well, sir; I can only regret that such u tbe
public sentiment of Georgia; but I hope and trust
the Senator is mistaken; and if such a public sen
timen'i does exist there, I apprehend it exists upon
a false basis. It has been brought about by a mis
understanding of the public sentiment of the
North, and will be corrected the moment the Re
pabliuan party is iu power, and his an opportunity
practically to illustrate its principles. Sir, it is
by tbe misrepresentations of its views that tiiis
prrjudice has been engendered against it in the
Southern States. The electiou ot a Pre.-ident of
tbe Republican party to dissolve this Union!
Why, nr, what is tbe Uulcm worth; what sort of
a Union is it that we have; if, when a majority of
the people of tbis country, in a constitutional form,
elect one of their number President of tbe United
States, that is to break up the Government? Does
the South remain in this Union oulj to control it?
Has no principle further than the principle of
obtaining the spoils of office aod the power and
the patronage tl* the Government? Isshe attach
ed to it byuo other ties than these? Has she no
love lor this Union, under which the people in all
parts of the coantry have prospered to such an
unexampled degree since its formation ? Does she
take no pride in this eouutry, in its advancemeut,
in its greatness, iu its power, and only remain a
part ot it merely to enjoy the spoils of office? Sir,
it will be time enough for tbe South to talk about
dis-.olving ihe Union and forming a southern con
federacy, when the North, ortbe Republican pariy
of the North, makes any aggressions upon its
rights; and if it waits for tuat day it will wait
eternally. No such aggression is meant—none is
intended. The people of the North, unlike the
citizens of Georgia, are a Union-loving people;
they will staud by the Uuion, and stand by the
Constitution; and all they ask is that they be not
perverted and uuderinitied by a party which is
i ouly willing to support them so long as it can
I control.
j Sucti a party has no existence in the North.
1 We are submitting now to an administration of
this Government which we believe to be very
unjust and very wrong. We hare submitted to
oiaoy acta which we believed to be unconstitu
tional, uc's of usurpation, on the part ol the ex
ecutive officers of ths Federal Government. We
have seen the pirtial manner io which the laws
ol the United States are executed. We have
noticed, within a few days, the fact that a cargo
of negroes, kidnapped in Africa, has been
brought to the Senator's own State, and landed
there, to be subjected to slavery, in defiance of
an act of Congress pronouncing it piracy ; and
we have seen the official organ of the Adminis
tration, here in this city, proclaiming, in an ed
itorial article, that our institutions ara a failure,
so far as their ability to resist this violation of
law and the rights of humanity, is concerned.
These Africans have been smuggled away from
their native land, and introduced into tbe heart
of this country; and vet, so far as we know, no
man engaged in this piratical act has been
brought to justice. la South Carolina the juries
refuse to indict men engaged in the slave trade.
What does the Federal Government do? Where
were the Army and Navy of ths United States,
that the men engaged in importing Africans
into Georgia could not be found and arrested?
Perhaps tne Army in in Kansas, guarding, per
chance, men indicted under a pretended charge
of treason. Possibly it is on its way to Bosion
to form in the streets ot that city to catch a run
away negro. Not many years ago, when a sin
gle negro escaped from bondage iu order to re
gais bis liberty, and was at large, tbe Army and
Navy of the-Uaited States were called forth, the
troops were brought out, the telegraph was
called into requisition, and tbe whole power of
tbe Government was employed to arrest and re
turn the negro to bondage. Now, three hun
dred free persona sought to be forced into bond
age in defiance of the laws of the land, receive
no protection lrom the Federal Government;
bat its institutions are pronounced a failure, so
far as recards its ability to prevent such viola
tions of the Uw.
We have seen this; the country has Been it;
aod althoagh the laws in the one case for tbe
benefit of slavery are exerted with tbe utmost
rigor, we see no corresponding e Harts to enforce
the laws in favor of freedom. Vet the people of
tbe North are attached to the Union. Tempo
rarily they submit to tbesa acts, and they sub
mit tr the outrageous promulgation of opinions
bj judges in what is known as the Dred Scott
case, upon a question not before them, because
io due time, they expect, in a constitutional
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tended to. fe^-ly
EDWARD ?OWER
AC ORITE OTURAL ORNAMENTAL
Carver and Composition Ornament Manufacturer
Northwest comer Slate and Adorns ttreetg, P.O. Box 3-37
Chl:tgo. UL de2l-tttviy
GEORGE T. ABBEY,
littkc Street
MANUFACTURER, IMPOR
fKßaud Pea'..-r in Utins,
Kcvoivers, Kn;Te<, (j.in Mat ts' Mate
rial, jtj'l S|. - orLiii Apparttuso." all kinds.
Agents for H.izziril's l'o*Jer,M.
Miiit Fuze: n wao!c»i»le aad~
retail.
N. u.—Repa'rtaff in the maaa»r, aud w«
PAZ27E &. ELLIOTTS
HOUSE AND SI ON PAINTERS
S3 Lasalle Street 3
GILDING, MARBLING, KAL
80MINI and Wall Coloring, In a superior man
ner.
Particular attention paid to
SIGN PAINTING AND GRAINING.
Constantly on band. Paints, Oils, Glass. Tarnishes.
Brushes. Smalts and Gold Lcat »«a^ca.
ALBERT fj. PAINE.
n05M17 ROBERT ELLIOTT.
EDWARD G. A3ATi
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
NO 77 60DTH CLARS BTRIIT.
Opposite Court House Chicago
my3-ly-t>74
SPIES &. BURT
QOUNSELLORS AT LAV
NO. n CEZSTNXK. NORTH SIDE.
Between Third and fourth streets, St, Louis, Mc.
B. Is Notary PubUo aad Commissioner «'
Deeds Tor every State in the Union.
References in Chicago—f'cripps. Bross A Spean.
miDtaici spiks. Uel-ly-vlsSj caLvoi e. scat.
®cner:d
TRIPP, HALE, & CO.
General Patent Office Depot,
NO. IM LAKE STRECT, CHICAaa aL.
rriHE fcUBSCKIBERS BEG LEAVE TO
1 hfonnthepabllc generally, that they bave opened
their office at tae place ror the tr-naactlon of a
GENERAL PATKNT AGENCY BUSINESS
It Is their aim to keep on haul, at all times, for exhibi
tion and sale, as large a variety as possible of patented
articles of the latest aad most usefjl inventions; and they
will take great pleasure in receiving visitors who may
wish to examine their article*, whetner wHa a view of
pcrchasingor re*..
TbeoGceb thrown open as the headquarten of Inven
tors who oay wt>h to dispose ofthetr Improvements: and
the pro; rletors respectfully Invite Inventors and anlsans
to call upon them attheir pleasure. Patents obtained on
new Inventions on reasonable terms, aad with the least
possible delay. Tbe undersigned will keep thoroughly
posted up In all the new patent* Issued at Washington, ana
will receive and sell on commission all classes of useful
and patented articles, togetner with Individual. County or
State rights to use and sell the same. Care will beukeo
to receive no patented article or right for Sale that is not
poaessei of genuine merit; it being the pnrpote of tbe
nrm to maintain a character worthy the entire confidence
ofailwbomaywiahtoporchasenewaai useful Improve
ment*. TRIPP. BALE A CO.,
No. I'A) Lake direct.
itrmscß:
Wo. Jones.No. 81 Summer ek. boston; P. H. Held A
Co~ Kiloy su Boston; James M. Uale. MlUt SU. Boston;
Bowen A Bro M 7J UuedL. Chicago; SI. D. oilman A Co.
laigjuib Water Bt, Chicago: Hon A Fierce 'j9J state
Bt.. Chicago: A- J. Murphy. Buninztoo, Vt.; J. Tripp.
Albany. N. Mlru Peck. Albany, N. Yu Charies Vr»
man, fiytacuaa. N. Y. 809b*53-ly
PATENT AGBNC"r.
SONS & OOATSWOBTB,
ArTORNEYS AND COUNCELLORS At UW.
31 Cluk street, Chicago, 111.
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
* ? to all legal bosiness. and. In connection with 6
W. GRAY. Practical DraoghMnaaand Architect, will at-'
tend to procuring Patent* filing drawing Sped
fleatlon. Bonda, Asaixamests, urotecuting Appeals and
UWaro«U Procuiiag Be-Ua«. tnd ail other bulnesa
i 40(1 taT® aiade arrangements
Engravings can be furnished if de
!tf^^T2^ 7 .wf~, -^ fl d«jt..from their experience, that
-osatlsfir all parties who may wish pat.
tttsprocared any burets transacted with the Patent
, GEO. COAIBWOXTii
L. L. BOND.
Sextons and UnderlaKera,
>.U. 30 J*a *JJLLU6 BTKEET. I
HAVE ON HAND, AT ALL TIMES, evert
stf le aod oniih. Wood, Lead, aad Zinc Co®us; v'so
fiirooCa. Aad are prepared with IJrarses aad Cagrtage s,
aad evwrytilag requisite for d
oo*ad, aad r»a«ly U) gi*e vrotupt aueauoa to their boa
•mi ai all bours.
ba»e a fhaj e" and Taalt la the Cemetery.
*RTQHT & Ur<'l.rßK
Chicago liarrel Jioafactarliif CX>.» |
80UTIi CLARK, NEAR NORTH-fft,
A &E PREPARED TO CONTRACT WITH
a^Ss2£™f T " KUI Hoom te Ml t. T.
u. iwwmm enVHan J»
/~1 LASa ! GLASB !! GLASS 11 I
Sl3'&g£r l sS?i^ > "
.furniture, &c.
FOB FURNITURE
ciiioa
J.E.&H. IV. Parsons,
IT9....EASDOLPII ST :1ET....1T»
The; an telllnz their Goods
A.T COST -ass.
WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE. '
de93m bfflJ
$20,000.
SEW FCIIMTCIIE JT COST.
Marsh. Brothers,
110 RAXDOLPR STREET 110
Hiving determined to
IE E M O V E
from their present location. will offer their entire stock
of Furniture durin* the next dIXTY DAYS at
Prime Cost for Cash.
There Is so bombs* about this nutter. Oar business
his so Increase-i tn.»t oar present accommodations are
enurtly inadequate. We ao not wun to incur the ex*
pease and rue o. moving our met: for tnese reasons
we wish to sell. aad a« times tre bard, ws know we most
BEL.jLuW.aad WE WIIL Do It". We have
O OLD STOCK:
To palm off upon the public Oars'-ockls entirely new,
—three qu triers of It pa ch\sed within iixty dais, and
all bought ani m lau'aot jreJ siace the ha- d times bare
knocked djwnthe p:ices. tte offeryoanoinferiorcoeds,
THZES 13 NO SIOCS IN THE CITY
Of Median and Low Priced Furniture wUch
CAN COMPARE WITH IT!
Ether is to Price cr Qaxllty.
Letthorewho wish Furniture at price- aeyer be'ore
dreamed of tn Chicago, cill fur the cxt sixty days at
MARSH BROTHERS.
de 3 bOUSa 110 RANDOLPH-ST. |
I Furniture! Furniture I! i
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
XEir YC'RIC .y CUSTOX PRICES.
TACTS WORTH- KNOWING I
SO per Cent Saved In tho l*axcha*e.
SliC2i*tr, I'uine & Strong,
lliiEoi Removed to
JONES' NEW IRON FRONT STORE.
NO. £O3 RAHDOLPH ST..
Arenow prepared to exhibit to their old customers, and
to the public icueraily,
Xiie Larseat an<l Best Assorted
STOCK OF FURNITURE
WEST OF NEW YORK,
Which ilhey hare recently received, aad are now opes*
Inx, coaslatiag tn of
Sohogany, Uosewood and Walnnt
PARLOR FURNITURE,
In Brocalelle. DeLalne, Plush and Ualr Cloth.
Enamelled, Oak, Chestaat,
CU A BL U SETTS,
Of New and Elennt DesUnei. frc-a the best Mansfacta
ries In Boston. New York aad Philadelphia.
-ALBO-
An Extensive variety of Mohonr.y. Walnat and Base
woodTete a fetes, tasy C .xri. Paricr Caaiis. Easy
Rt>ckinx Chairs. tiewuu Chairs. Oivans. Coucnea and
Loua<ces. Lumens. M«rble-toi> Centre and Pier Tables.
Bureaus and sideboards. Patent tfprin* deds, Curled
Hair. Oottoa and Hum. P*lm and Excelsior Mattresses,
fine Hush Jjeat Caairs, Carved Oas Extension Tables.
OakDimnx Ct- sirs. Cane Seat Chairs ot every description.
Dims room a?jd Common furniture,
IN GRSAT VARIETY.
Goodi Maaufactarad Hera To Ordat On; of the
BKST MATERIALS.
. We are constantly receiving fromSHEARER A JONES.
New York, and aJJiißiii A PAINIi, Boston. Olanu.
fartaren.) the
LATEST PATTERHS
AXD
Most Approved styles of Oood«,
Which will make It a treat tndacemen to those
FIILMiUI.\G UOIELS A\'D HOC3ES
To examine our Stock before scaling East.
No parties VISITING THE CITY FO " li S PUHCHASX
OF FU4MTCRE should faL to \T.>m);<e
OUR MAMMOTH iTOOH
Before Mak or their Purch--. %
To tho Public at Z«ai^o
We are orrpared to prove that Farnlti..c . .-.»ery
Gr*de, (Tom the liltchea to the Pa -'<> -
Will oe Furnished from Our KsUbh ..ui-21 at
Prices Lower than an; Uooae in the
SUEAKEK, PAINE A 8T«
203 RANDOLPH STREET 5 )3
I ,cly;7j:
C- O C - -A. 2sT ,
199 - - • - X*afee Stroot, - - - - '.J9
New aod ZleautUal Designs
LATEST fI*TYLE3 of
iloboginy and Vfilnat Parlor,
-ijro—
BUDSOOSZ rUENIXUCL,
IN SUITS.
'fnsiubscriberls nowreceiyin* LAEC-E ADDITIONAL
BQPPLIE3 ta his former
Mammoth Stock of Cabinet Farairara k Chain
Ai the Stock Li now Complete and Full, aad the
Largest to ba found West of Hew York.
He would ccrdlally Inyite the attention of his forms
friends andpatrsns. and the public res'
erally to call and examine
Elis Elejctmt Fharnitur©
Befere porchaxinß elsewhere.
Selling at Greatly Itednced Price* froM
Last Season.
CHICAGO. AUGUST lira. I*>. aCO-ly
BIBCOCK A PEEK,
Successors to Wlllard. Peek A Co.)
171 HANDOLPH-ST 171.
JUhogany, Rosewood i. Walnat,
CHAMBER, DINING-ROOM AND COMMON
rirßrrzT V2B
In Great Variety.
WOOD SEAT AN3 CAN E a K A ? CIIAIB3. BID3TKADB»
BU'thlAUd.
a'.teafoa paid to Coantry Orders, and
to Fumishlnx Hsteis. As. seloaStiO-ly
V H el
GREAT WONDEB
OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY,
PROFESSOR WOOD'S
H.I IMI Ji r.S TOR»J TI rf.
SAYS THE ST. LOUIS (MO.) DEMOCRAT:
Below we publish a letter to Dr. Wood, of this city,
irjma xeQtlemanln Maloe. which speaksßlowlntly of tn*
superior merits of bis Uiir Toalc. tiuch
hare Its effect, when conlnx from a re!i.%ble source, if
certificates are mtaranb es of trutn. the Dr. needs no a>
coal ana. car papery from the press:
H-tra. Mima. Jan. 3a 1559.
Protcxaor 0. J. Wood A Co.:
Oonj*0:-Hartnx =y attention called afewmontbs
since to the hkhiy beceAcial effects of your bah* restora
tive. I was Induced to make ai'plieatioe of it upon my
own hair,which had beer me quite icray.prob*bly one-third
white; my whiskers wen ot same character, tome thr*#
months since 1 p'ocured a bottle of yuur balr restoraUv*.
and used It. I soon found it was prorlnx wbat I had
wished. 1 used it about twice a week. I have since pro*
cored aiother bottle, of which I hare used some. I eaa
now eertify to the world that the cray or white hair has
totally disappeared, both on my head and (ace. and my
hair has assumed its natural color, asd I believe more
•oft and (Uoajy than it has been before for twenty-five
jean. lam now sixty yea-sold: my good wife, at the
axe of fifty-two. has ased it with the same effect.
TTie above nolle© I deem due to yoo for your valuable
discovery. lam astutd that whoever will rUbtly me, as
per directions wiUoot 'lave occasion to contradict my
statements. I an a clt!*ea of this city and a resident
here for the last &!lcea i«»r*. u4 ui known to nearty
every one here and adjoininx towns. Any ase you may
make of the above, with my name attached, is at your
service, as I wish to preserve the beauties of nature in
,U> t r,uwcU U o«<li
BitrtHoat. Jan. 33. ISSa.
WOOD'S HAIB SmTOtATIVB. , ,
Pr»fss»cr W^od—Dear iir: Havin* bad the misfortune
to ioset&e best portion of my hilr, from the effects of the
yellow fever, in New Orleans in I was induced to
make atrial of yonr preparation, and found it to answer
as the very thin* needed. My hair Is now thica and
viossy, anu no words can erpress my obligations to yoq
mtfviaxtothe naicted such a treasure y JOHH3O *
The ondershmed. Rer. J. K.
reirular standin*. and pastor 0-the Orthodox CU'ircn as
Brookfield. Mass. He is a -entleman of irrcat Inflnence
aod onirersaLy beloved. iJ»r*
Buoomrta January II i™*
Profes«r Wood—Dear Sir > Havtn* made a trial oi yoar
Hair RestoraUve. it rives me pleasure to say. tnat ua
effect ha#bren excellent in remov.n« aan
druff and a consta. t tendency to it Wax t
have been troubled 'rom my childaood. and ha* re
stored my hair. wMca was becom:nii zray. toilia original
color. I have used no other arucie w.th anythln* like the
■m.»lcmr.orpro«t jlit:lr _ J. K. BIAGO.
The Restorative Is pot no tn BotUes of three s'se* vi*:
larre. medium and small: the small holds half a jMii. and -
retails for one dollar per bottle: the med.um h"lds a»
least twenty ne.-cent more in proportion tnan the small,
retails for two dol ars a bottle; the larxe holds a quart,
forty per cent, more la proportion, and retails for tare*
d a B ?.VoOO * CO-. Proprletorv
Yoi*. On the *reat New xork Wire RaJ'tu kauhlljii»
BenUlil Market street. Mo.
And sold by all food Druxalsts and Fancy Goods
Dealers. -
AU 48 zlAIi. oiitifil.
BLTLEK HUNT "AVE OH
J-aad ihef.iirojrm* ••*-* • - 3t;
SJxii
r>x*a -,s ' a
r*ni
mi r?*-;:
•:gh2
isia -r?
' 4, a :
l.Wttreaas M*aiUa'l?. «Mrtm»to
io reams Cap aad r..» >
A " D 300,1
I =« •••"»• -•» I
bismea.
»yl-'M
KntiT.Tra'a'BTCHLSIOR HAT, CAP AlfDru*
noaa.
ymrpyg 103 HA9SOL7H HUH.
. 2ati| Gtp> tsd Btrtw fioodi,
fro offered in thl martei.
! VTo Smn. Aral „hl<-ifcu-l»
r OSTBHHS. WELLS AHD FDKPa-TSB D»"
v Ji3 lalhosda
I.DUUH.
Plumbing.
Qir PlPii AKD JUTUBJB.
BBOWI aT" WILDEa
4T.....M. Btate «tre«t
Offer their entire stock as 'Cuows
* O It O A a. S,
Fpe 40 per cent, dlsocunt from List Prir%
Malabie Inn FtUna Ji cent* per pouaj.
Uttlma Bonds, dwtn Joints and Gas Flxtans
Oar stock Is the larjest In the dtr, and hi closing ost
wa offer Inducements aot equalled In the ft est.
selMr-4i*7
R. D. McFAEI A.\E,
GAB, STJ3A3I I'lTmii,
XSD
PLUMBING ESTABLISiDIENT,
51....LA SALLE STREET..4S
caicA 3 ii.
XX TENSIVE Ai^OSJiiar*
Gas Fixtures,
froa ihi Celebrated Munn.'actorj of
Cornelius •?- IS nicer,
Always OB hand. eocaprUtaj the rialscstana most
Elaborat' Desi^aa.
FKACTICAL PI.U3IBEH,
Aad Saapfactarsr :f
ALL KINDS OF STEAM WUK&.
Partlcalar aiientlon jivca u> fitv.as
HOTELS,
m?n srzjj/, watzz a.yd yja
uton flrrrrsa, chairs and v.v^rs
FOR QARDiLf LAWN 3 Ai<l) TliUJfrAsl
COUNTRY ORDERS,
FROITTLY HID FAITHFULLY ITT33DEB fO
TO TU£~'TSi.lIfE.
T3E TRADE SUPPLIED WITH TOOLS,
IRON PIP 2 FITTINGS, OAS FIXTURES, PLUMIt
INQ MATI3IAIJ. AND EVTCKY AHTICLS UI
*H* OAS. STIAX-FirriNO AND .-LUMBINQ
3USLNESS.
• 4 LA S.UJLIS STIUCKT, CUICAQO.
a*F.7errii«cripUoa of an.i 8.-aarwori
RC-JUI.
HAWKS' DIRECTORY.
. *R>efoilowlagllstOfßusinessliomes ia.l M-vnnfiy
tartn* Kttabllshments are amon* the best and moat oroo.
sent In their resoectl valines of business.
Wlow a tit Llqmr* " Wholesale.
w. o. wisa ~~ "
Wholesale Axent for Wines. Liquors and Setars. 17 T.a
salle street, between Ukeand WaUr. (one door from
the Merchant*' Hotel). Chicago, ill. All kinds of prop,
erty taken In exchange for Roods. A<eat for Alee and
Porters. apl»ly
White Lead Works.
L. LYON A. 00. .
HASDFACTOa«as Of
| WHITB LEAD AJTD ZLNO PAUIT.
Oice and Factory comer of Hilsted and Fulton streets
West Side. mh'-M-'y
Staple and Fancy Dry Cooda Wholesale
PEAIE MAH3H h, DE LosO<
juSßtKj or
BTAPLS AHD FANCY DET GOODS
AT LOW PKICES.
ahlQ-ly No. 30 Lake street.
Clothing w bolesalei
aUNTLNCJTON, WADSWOHTH St PARKS,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
OXEN AND BOYS' CLOTUING,
•«.tt _ and «0 Laks street. Chicago.
W Hanover street. Boston. Maaa.
iUrtcaltoral lapleaenu, He*
F. ZkX. OHAPMAN & 00.
Aijrioulttiral Warehouse.
No, 97 Klnxle street North SL'e
Wholesale Dealers In ♦
AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL IMPLX-
MaLTTd. MAOUINKA Ac.
SVAxenta fbr Manny's Reaner and Mower. mb<-ly
Paper Warehoaie Wholesale*
BHADNEH SMITH A 00.
Manufacturers and Wholesale
PAPKit DEALERS"
All sisos of print and book constantly on hand. Cash
paid for all kinds of Paper &o<*«. warehouse No. U
uualle-«t,. between Lake and d. Water nts mhttly
Boots aad Shoes Wholesale*
MTT.LEB k BROWN
Maanfacturera and Wholesale Dealers In
BOOTS, SHOES AND BUBBEH3,
No. a»3outh Water-it, oor. WellMt.. Chlca«o.
a. m. mixes. shlily cjas. bbows.
WABSWORTH A WELLS
Wholes^ 1 - dealers in
BOOTS -AJSTX> SHOES,
58 it 60 LAiB-ST. CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
T. w. wap-'Wobtu. mh!s-ly oco. v. wells*
RAWSOir BARTLXTT A CO.,
Manufacturers and «'obb«*s !n
BOOTS -AJSTX> SHOES,
211* 213 SOUTH WATEH-STm CHICAGO.
Manufactory at West Sojlestoa. Musachusetta [mhflj
Crockery, Class & CWna Ware, y.. Wholesale.
CRAWFORD SHARP i 00.
Importers and Dea> -ra in
OHOOIEEY, GLASS AND OHINA 1
Table Cutlery. Look'njc Glasses, Castors, Britannia Ware.
_mhi»ly No Lake btree'-
Cloth Hoase Wholesale
1858 SPSIWO TRADE 1858
FIELD, BENEDICT & CO.,
SI A 82 South Water Street,
Are nov receMnt their usual larzo stock of
Broadcloths, Cnaaimers,
DOESK293 TWEEDS
SATDTSTS, KSHTUCZY X2A53, COTTOHADD
CMtiags, Llneis and Uses Drills,
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, ETC, ETC.
To which they Inrlte the atttcntlon of the Trade.
for Srott's Report of mh6t4W
Hats, Capb and Straw fcoods Wholesale*
ffFTTF" Tn>r TVT*T.r.nT3V A pabwam.
W HOLES ALE JOBBERS
DT
Hata, Caps and Straw Goodsl
Na 45 AND 47 LAIE -TREET.
nhfT
Planing SIIIIB, Sash Poors, Ac.
BOOOSA. OOLDIE'3 SASH FACTORY.
All kinds of sash, doors, and window and doo?
frames, mooldinxa, floorinx and sidlrut. constantly on hand
or made to order on the shortest notice. Also, alanine,
eircularand scroll sawing, and turninx. eiecuiedinsil
their branches. House trimmings or every -ra.- en and
lenxth to suit customers. Country orders toilet . 21. and
promptly attended to. Bales room 37* Clark street, near
Vanßuren. factory west end Uth sv. bridxe. mhJS.
Carriage ~~
No.7tNorth?alSs m/et. Manofaojal
renofCarria«es.Bu*Klesaad|prin* Wawas. Rep*iri
Ins neatly executed. Hose Carriages, Hook and Lad*
der Tracks made to order.
j
Rer>ositoiT. at American Tranipartatlon Co. s dull<ll □&
MarketsL.Chicaco. lIL Rocxaways, fide seals. Toy
and no too Baiafec ConMrds. Ao. All work warrant*
td H. a HIIL ><wt mvtOiv
t e a it peaa is 3 ,
OILKBSATIO
Worcestershire fiauce,
P onounced Extraot
-rr— fcrf ot t Letter Cram a
„ II Medical Gectlemaa
oo*xoisaoa»e ■■
11 at Madras
to be the
To IDs Brother
Only Gotd Satce, u Worcester.
and Mar. 185 L
. it vt . I "TellLeaA Perrln*
Applicahleto »i thslr Banco is
J h'ahly eiteemed In In-
CTKRY Y ARIXTYI *- r dia and la. Inmy opln
ton. the most palata
. bto as well aa the most
V£S3P wholesome saucothat
DISH. 1 is made."
EXTBWSIVB FRAUDS.
The only Medal awarded bytheJory of the New York
RxhlblUon for Foreign Sanoe was obtained hi LS k A
PKRRIN3 for thefr Worceeters ire gance. The world
wiila rams of which bavins ted to numerous forserle*.
purchaser* are reaoested to see that the names of Lea A
Pe^rtn*areupontn- Wraoo # r.f*»t>eL StouperandßoU>»
LeaAPemns will -roceed aialnstany one infrlnxinx
either by mimnfartnilnx or vendlna 3onrlous 3aa<*. and
have Infracted thfiroorrespondeote lu varioos parts of
the world to advise them of %nr «ocb inftinxments. ooie
Wbol«l. A«aa for 4 90NH.
«a Broadway. New York.
A stock always hi store. Also, orders
rect shipments from Knxland rgW tvO^>ly
patent
"Warelioxts®*
The Best gafe In the World.
PRATT k WOROtJISR
aoswm. .
137 Pooth Wal«».
d?aa4Q-baaa • •
LILLIE'S
LSPBOTKO SITES,
Soldbl*. WOOLXT..
stFabbiaka'Siale Depot
No. 35 Like * x * ct '
— —— :
p aibbasks Jj«jr
so .A. Bs • nk
FUBBiHSit
» Lake street, dlcaao.
aoll-lyb«B
-I AA BARRELS ROSIN—
-100
9a barre's
100 oocfteM Canary Beedi
TSbarr«ls Alum.
IwSi ""^nswia-.
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