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CHICAGO TKIBinrS,
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1882.
THE STATE.
James C. Alien Is elected as representak
tive in Congress for the State at large, bjd
lot leu than 15.000 majority. The Demo
•eraticmrjoriucsin “E.ypt" areveryma-*
ten ally reduced, but the central
lave more than made up the deficiency.,
TVe believe that there is a majority of 4
55,000, in the Illinois regiments, to-day, for
Air. Ingcrsoli and the principles which he
represented in the election. Yet if the
vole which has been cast shall arouse
the Administration from the torpor which
-tcmnnbs it, and through it the army and
the nation, we shall not regret the seem-
ingly adverse result The vote of Illinois
Js a rote of dissatisfaction with the con
~4dndkbf the war. It is a demand for n
a pretty emphatic demand too.
Xd it be heeded.
' The delegation in the next Congress from
* . this State will be fire Republicans and nine
Democrats. Messrs. Lawrence, McCarty
—Swett arc all defeated by good round
majorities.
TBE LEGISLATURE.
Tbe Democrats have carried both branchy
•Ss of the Hlincis Legislature. They hav<T
lificcn members of the Senate, (a majority
cl* five,) and probably fitly-one members
of the House (a majority of seventeen.)
They will, therefore, elect a United States
Senator to serve the unespired term of
Senator Douglas—that is uniil the 4th of
March, ISCS.
Mi\r iouk.
Seymour is elected Governor of Kesr
Tork by about 10,000 majority. The Al
bany Argue also claims the Legislature for
Ibe Democrats, but our sjieciul Washing
ton dispatch of last evening affirms that
the Republicans have a majority of six
in each branch. Senator King’s term ex
pires on the 4th of March next, and It thus
becomes a question of hardly less interest
than the gubernatorial race, vrlrich parly
Shall he enabled to fill bis seat
DA.mTo.\ corn rr.
A dispatch from Ashley announces that
Hamilton county, which gave a Demo
cratic majority of 1,451 in the Presidential
€lGction,liaßcow given 264 majority for In
gi-rsoll This, if correct, Is no less astounding
than that Will, LaSalle, Yennilioo, War
den aud Stark have given Democratic ma
jorities. Hamilton county gave only 103
Jitpubllcau toi«s in iB6O.
liOV»Joy*ii District,
Ttc following are the majorities in flic otli
Congressional District, as nearly correct as
can be ascertained at tois writing:
Counties. Lorejo?, Henderson.
Turtaa. 1-0
Huj’t
3micx- 800
Peoria.
pi'Uiom
Claris.
Total
IfOVojoj’a majority.
Tiro SCtli niioolsKcslmcnt,
A correspondent informs us where the 50th
regiment, Lieut. Col, Ilium, is now
etaUcncd. It was recently at Corinth, but is
How probably moving ou the enemy's works.
TTbe SCti w as Ju the tliiekvgt of the fray at the
tattle of Corinth, where it won immortal hon
ors, recapturing, with the 13 ih Illinois, Fort
31‘chardgpn, after a desperate engagement
The sC*b is an lights
frith Egyptian valor.
ILLINOIS ELECTIONS.
3tf tarns Compared with flae Casstlto*
ana Presidential Votes.]
3 80. Constita’n. 1850.
CounHe*. Eep. D-m. Ag-'t. For Rep. Dcm.
•Adsins 3770 .... 497 .... 434
.Alexander .. 539 .... 411 .... STS
Xwr«*»u JflJ .... 1793 .... 2207 ....
C-ok . 3500 .... 663 .... 4743 ....
HeWivt... 310 7* .... ai3 ....
3Mi*ar... 7.0 .... 74 .... 196
Tfiimrljam 653 881 ...» 631
Fayette 830 „ 418 .... 618
Ford *1 12 .... 87 ....
>hfium 1300 .... 7G6 —.. 2)7
Crnr.dy 300 .... S3 .... 702 ....
Koncnctc 533 833 .... 392
HcntT.: 800 .... 1394 .... 1499 ..
Hamilton 861 623 .... 14S1
Ao Daviers... I'jO .. • 651 970
Jersey 780 461 .... SRI
JclTerwm 30C0 959 1893
K&t.Uakee.... 1W& .... 3C58 .... 1175 ....
Knox. 900 .... 14 2 1624
Kane 16-0 .... 24R3 .... 2536 ....
late hnso 1933 .... 14*9 ....
late... 691 .... 614 .... 12*) .. .
XVrtngrton... 150 .... 13*7 .... ««
Xa Salic 315 12© . .. 1031 ....
Xotsw 85 -3C3 .... 803 ....
Hontpomery. 300 662 .... 611
Vftronpln 1090 .... 852 ... 495
»Mison 603 247 03 ....
McDonough 612 .... 893 5
Mercer....... 189 .... 601 .... 615 ....
3UB(*rry HPrt .... 8«4» .... l!W6» ....
McLean 600 .... 756 .... 955 ....
Marshall..... 130 213 .... 251 ....
Ogle HITS .... 1955 .... 3RS9 ....
Futnatn 1.8 16? .... 335
ffenpamon UUO 614 4i
ft*U‘l.hfiibi;U, 293 ~.. 631 .... BS3
*hdbj
•Jaztwcll 33*) .... 36 ISS
7'tdon I<M) .... 1311 639
Venn ill on . I<*2 5© .... 674
9111 84) 254 .... 7.U
‘WMtctide 1600 .... 3487 „... l*i 13 ....
*f.
Woodfrd 500 .. 407 .... 3SI
Worsen 34 406 536 ....
47 fV.tmtlcs .15,285 30 416 a*,54310737 33.650 9.717
Alsjoimch i.\3i 176SC .... 23.:*3 i ....
l*pu:ud Ditpatch to the Chicago Tcltmne.l
Oe.sEtEO lit., Tsov.6, is.*, 2.
Tvrcnty-two towns in Henry county give
Xovij. y over 700 majority, Two towns to
licarfrcza.
Furr pout. Nov. o. — S‘epVnsnn conuty,
vtifunal.—Majority for Ingermll, Republican,
S9S; Untie*, 302; Bateman,SO;]* Washburns,
V.* 4 ; Adams, 2,17; Burcbftrd, 302; Robey, 323;
Aieare 425.
Lewiston, Nov. s.—Fulton county gives
from 1,200 to 3,500 majority for Iho whole
3)emr,cn»tir t'ckwt.
Macomk, Nov. s.—McDonough coantyglves
ti Tb mocratic majority of 512.
Knmisr.t w.G —Mercer conotr—
Thirteen towns give Batier BS9; Star mi, 707.
rorConcruss. 4Mi district, Lawrence, Repub
lican, 594; Harris, Democrat, 7iVL Legisla
ture, Jfcid dWtrlc% S«n'er, Republican, 7<V»;
Cab**en, independent Ujtion, 824. Two towns
8o hpar from, which gave IS Democratic ma
jority in ISGO.
Hancock county, complete, 933 Democratic
jcaj« rity.
Vandai-ta, Dl, Nov. 6 —Returns from Bond
county gives the Union State ticket about 193
majority.
Gcweseo, TIL, Nov. o.—Five towns in Hen
jt county make Lovejoy’a majority from 7dD
to 800.
LaSalle, 151., Nov. C.—Dickey’s majority
In-this county is 412; Alien’s 303; State
ticket same as Allen.
Asitlet, Uh, Niv C.—Hamilton conntj,
Xw ereolt’a majority 354.
dclbrson county gives 1,030 Democratic
3n«vant.y, .
* Kavkakte, p l *. Nov. c —‘Burhonnaistown
fibip gives 100 Republican majority. pilot
tonnthip So.
New T«rk.
[Special Dispatch to tbeGuingo Tribune.!
WaftmnoTov. Nov. 6, iSOi.
The Republicans have a majority of six in
each branch of the New York Legislature,
wnd ere therefore sure of the United States
Becalrr.
New York, Nov. 6 —Usury G. Stsbblns,
■the Democratic candidate for Congress in the
yira* congressional district, is el acted by oyer
£,OOO majority.
New York, Nov. o.—Seymour is certainly
■elected by 10.000 m»jority. Aiso the Demo
craMctlc State ticket. The Democrats have
eighteen of thirty-one congressmen. The
.assembly is slid in doubt—probably evenly
-divided.
Albakt, Nov/6.—Toe AGs* andArguttz
arsonbiy fibres gives the Democrats
minj4ve and tne Republicans sixty-three.
«jMPTeMI» Denocticy a majority in the
X>eiawaie show® th it Cannon, Union, la elect
md governor by 1U maj jrby. Temple, p-m
--ocmt, is elected to Congress by 33 nujirltv
Rvro-thtrdaofthe L-g>hUtnreiaDeaio£naUc«*
Sr&TWO7TELi> Mo, Nov. s.—There art two
mauo)cfp«i>iuutet* elected fePm this c-maty.
*3be returns InoieaVtbe election of CAoeel
Bojd, radical eraandpeMoolrt. la this con
iMPtaaWnal district, by 100 majority.
VOLUME XV.
Hew York: Electron
[From the New York Tiiboae, Sth.J
Never yob a great and patriotic party
doomed to bear op against such a comblns
tion of adverse influence# as those wit a which
the Republican# and Union War Democrats
struggled in oar contest of yesterday. They
were compelled to meet at the polls
1. Every partisan of slavery end sympathi
zer with the slaveholders* rebellion;
S. The creat nunselliog interest, organized
as a political power, and lavishing lands as
well as efforts in behalf of the Democratic
1 ticket;
3. Twohundrcdthonsandvcrterawho “never
kvoted sny other than the Democratic ticket,
tnd sever will,” though that ticket were all
1 made tip of Fernando and Ben Woods and uu
cfegUiacdly favorable to revolutionary usurpa
tion and despotism;
4. Thousands whose god Is 'Mammon, and
who, finding the war expensive and burden
some,are Ruxkms lor peace at any price;
5. Every coward who fears being dratted;
S C Every sneak who Jus been toldthvtSey-
election will relieve him from the p»y
. mtutof taxes, andia actually fool enough
to believe It;
7. The depressing effect of the recent elec
tions and their unexpectedly adverse results;
S. The absence at the seat of war of at least
100,000 of our bravest and best, two-thirds of
them ardent Republicans and a good share of
the remainder Union war Democrats of the
school of Dickinson, Bancroft and rremun;
9. General dlssaU-tactioa with the slow pro
gress or no progress of oarsrmits, and a wide
spread feeling lKa% through the lucaptcity,
inefficiency, or insincerity of our military
Uadtrs, the blood and treasure of the loyal
millions are being sacrificed in vain
Tte loss to Gen. and the Union
war tickets from Urn last* source alone mast
be estimated by tens oi thousands. It was in
vs in that tbe ’party of the country bore uo
niautully against It, and did all that men could
do to mitigate its effect.. “ What is the nse
of sending our yonng heroes to die of expo
' sure, Tatipue and fever, in a war wherein they
arc not permitted to fight? wherein nothiug
1? achieved because nothing is really and reso
lutely attempted? whoge progress is only
mark' d by deaths in bosultals and augmenta
tion ot our public debt ? wherein moata alter
month drags on its tedious hours to nc> pur
pose and with no re-uU?” such were the
questions that caused thousands of voters to
rifose invincibly to approach the polls, uo
natter bow- S‘ror cTy urn**-d. and i;ri;>i:U.'d
c bci tbou*2cd« to vote cgiiost, their nobler
in pulses a:.dbetterjad?ment—tovo:c accord
ing to the dictates of discouragement and
dtFTMdr. _
We tell the administration most earnestly
“rt + - the crufUry cannot endure another
icoritVe ii-actk-n'of cur armies—that a Fer
tando-Wcod dictatorship at the North, ia
•1 orr-v.cb tvTnp.v.hy if not in open alliance
with IheJcifDavis rebellion at the Sou* h, will
inevitably result from such inaction. The war
for the Union must be fought out speedily
and resolutely or it will die out. Defeat
would be calamity, but delay is ruin.
COfXTT MAJORITIES TOP. OOVEKKOB. »
{Partly Estimated 1
Wadsworth. Seymour,
Allegany 3/00 Albany. _....9,0r0
13101-120 j.r»4o Colunibia jyj»
*-srlaragns....... 1 r»'-0
Cayuga. 2,300 Erit*. B,CO«i
Cliemsuqne StO.l Fulton & Ham 100
••’bernmjff son Greene 1 00-“
Chenango 9/h-O Kings 7,0u»
Clinton ~. 2-m Montgomery 40J
Conrtland .3.600 Now York”. 31.730
♦Dtlaware 1,10.) Orange.. 650
-Esrcx. ........... 7CO Futiiion ........... *2O»
•Frailclin 600 Queens -OI
•Gem eeco 1.000 it“iiS!*l&er 3 o
liunuiker ..I.SuO Richmond 1. "13
.t« Ct:rf0ii...........2'0» RucliHnd .........1,622
♦Lewis..— feOO S=hen«c*ady 75
Liviiiggioiu I.SDU Schoharie. 1/C0
Madiwva S,< (VJ tfenwa 2-P,
««T>roe 6TiO ♦4affWUc 2!W
*3Siaui»ra..,.St)>) *5u1iiv5u.......... Sty
u.oiiCasa Westchester. .....1.4-D
Oi 1ar;o ...1 MO
Orleans l.lty Total ..
Sty
Oswego 2,nOJ
>t Lawrence 3 Sty
Saratoga G59
fccliujllt..,,- 500
ftvubtn,,.. S.fH'O
Tioga GOO
Tompkins L4W
♦Warrt-n . 200
*'-v B ,inc"ton .... ijwo
•WTianiag 1,308
•Yates 3,200
17S
1,033
.1,721
. 203
1,433
Total
•Estimstes.
The heaviest load which the friends of the
government hare been ccnprilcd to carry
through Ibis canvass has been the inactivity
and iiu-ffidency of the ad mini strati>n. Wc
speak from a knowledge of public sentiences
in every section of the State, whan we say
that the f -ilnre of the government to prose
on le the war with the vigor, energy r.ad suc
eees which the vast resources at its comm ml
warranted the enutrry ia expecting at ita
batids has weighed like an incubus upon the
pnbllc heart. With every disposition to sus
tain the government—with the most profound
conviction that the only hops of the country
lies In giving ft a cordial and effective sup
port—tts friends have been unfble to give a
satisioctorv answer to the question that, have
come up from every side: Why h?*'the war
made to little progress? Why have our
splendid armies achieved such slight suc
cesses? Why have they lain idle so long,
and why have the victories they have woo
been so utterly barren of decisive results?
The war baa dragged on for a yc ;r and a halt
The country has given the government over a
million of iuen, and all the money they coaid
potslbiy use; yrtwe have made scarcely any
progress toward crushing the rebellion. Tue
rebel armies still menace the capital. Tueir
privateers defy our navy, and spread increas
ing terror among otir peaceful traders on the
seas. What is the use of trying to sustain ao
acminietra' lon which lags so far “behind the
country, and seems so indifferent and incom
petent to the dreadful task committed to its
hands?
It baa been Impossible to lift the public
beat! out of the terrible despondency which
such reflections, fortified by the inexorable
logic of l&cta, have brought upon If. The
people of this State are thoroughly loyal to
the u olon and the Constitution. They desire
and demand that this rebellion shall ba crush
ed. They desire no half-way measures—they
will tolerate no base and degrading compro
mise—they will never consent to any ocace
which Involves the disruption of the Union
end the overthrow o* the Constitution. They
demand a vigorous pros?c’.\Moaot the war;
and the fact that they have not bad ft, and
that they have teen no jair prospect of get
ting it, has bred In them a degree of dis
couragement and despair which has left them
an ca>y prey to the demagogues who are al
°-ay& ready to profit by the calamities ofth ir
country. If the government had givei them
victories—if it bad even sh-»wn any jn-t ap
preciation of the nerd of victories, and h*d
token the most ordinary means of
Tin m at tbe hands ot its generals in the Hell,
tbe people would bare rallied as one man to
its support. They would have spu-n-d wi/b
the base attempts ot
o s-jp tL‘,ir hdth in the cdmiiiis’ratioui’aud
to array them in hostility it.
X'nfeidei.l Lincoln has now la bis bauds
everything which he can require for
the completion of tde great wort tint de
volves upon him. He his a more powerful
army under hi* comrmnd than any monarch
of Europe. The finances of tbe country are
onasnle basis, and he baSallthe tuou-yhe
will require. He has a navy adequate to any
service that may be demanded of it. With
tl esc abundant and overflowing re-ourcca at
uis comuiaud—sustained and to
tbe most vigorous efforts by tbe fervid patri
otism ot the people, and by every motive
which can animate a loyal heart—he can make
no excuse to his conscience or his
conn toy if he fails to push this war
to a speedy and fcaccf-ssfal cad. He
must Insiamly pn* ia motion every arm ot the
national power. There mast be an end of ex-
cast's, of apologies, of delays. Tae country
will not loi<cer tolcra*o taif-hearted counsels
in the cabinet, or halfhearted leadership in
:tie field. The fate of ihs nation-mast no
lonnerbe committed to
Essex in the English revolution, -‘next to a
fcreat defeat, dread a great victory.’’ Ttie gov
ernment mn*t no looser be content with de
(cidlng llse.f against a reb?l<Um. Iv nra&t ac*,
upon tuc cffi ntivc—and act wltli the vigor
acddrternmia'ion that Insure a vic*ory. It
the recent elections shall Inspire the adtainis
tratlon with this spirit, and prompt it to such
j-c'iou, they wi!l be of more service thin re
mits which might have betrayed it into a de
lusive and fatal confidence in the fruitless
policy it has hitherto pur.-u d.
The New York that the
ue«ly elected members of Congress shill not
a ait for their regular meeting 4° December,
1603, bat asesmble at once in New York City
and take bold of business. It says :
Bnt how is this new Congress to reach the
legislation of the geot-ral goverumeut in sea
son for any practical good? Under the reg
ular course of things, the present Congress,
which lasts till the 4th of March next, will
pees all the legislative measures for tae sup
port and direction of the executive govero
ment lor the fiscal year ending Jane S'), 1844.
The new Congress, unless specially convened
by the president, does not meet until Ds
«tther, 1863. red in the Interval we must
have the rebellion crashed; for rach Is tae
voice of these late elections. How, then. Is
our new Home of Representatives fresh from
the people, to rive Its connstlsto heprrei
deot fa) t heir behalf? We know of no better
method than an Informal meeting of the
members of the new Congress, after the fash
ion of the late Altoona conference ot the gov
ernors ef enr loyal Stun, Accordingly we
suggest an Informal meeting of the people’s
nealy elected representatives. In order that
they may agree upon a aeries of recommenda
tions and declarations of the general policy
which they believe wonld meet the cordial
support of our loyal people. LH a meeting
of this character be bt-il Inthlsciiy before
the re assembling of Congress, and It may
contribute cinch to aid the president ia the
remßWetrdstlons of bis annual tnea'Wgs and
in the important work of a reooastracdoß of
hla cabinet.
Bamor, Nov. 6.—Gen* Oku. D.
Jm» ho drf ut Ida residence In Oldtoiru
ksbmm
■ •.55.913
•49.190
[From the 3f. T. Times.}
Quite Tow Fast.
Pestb t CM Ismsssu.
FROM CAIRO.
6en. Ureni’s Army Occupy
flrnd Janetion.
THE EOAD OPEN TO HOLLY
SPBINGS.
OUR ABHF EAGER TO ADVANCE.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Trlbnne.l
Cairo, Nov. 6, 186).
A dispatch was received here from Grand ;
Junction yesterday, and the railroad is doubt- ,
lees In operation to-day. It would be mani
festly improper to indicate any probable
movements of Gen. Grant, but I may be per
mitted to say that the indications are that tbe
forthcoming campaign will be an active and
Interesting one.
W. D. 8., the correspondent of the Cincin
nati whose unwarrantable strictures
upon the conduct of Gen. Davies* division
during the recent Corinth battle, have caused
Indignant comment, his unmistakably come
to grief He received an intimation from
acme members of the division, that his pre
sence would not longer be tolerated in their
midst, and was compelled to beat a hasty and
undignified retreat.
NoiLing further has been hoard of the
Hopkizsvlile expedition.
Col. Love of tbe;2d lowa cavalry ia booked
for a brigadier generalship.
Y< B’erday a scouticg party while scouring
the country a few miles from Corinth, came
in sight of a farm house which, upon visiting,
was found to contain several wourded con
federate cffic-rs, some of them of the rank of
colonel, who were on the eve of starting to
join the confederate army. They were brought
to Corinth and properly disposed of.
It is intimated that the rebels will mike a
stand between Grand Jauction and Holly
Springs.
Night before last a body cf guerillas num
bering thirty crossed the Ohio'from Ken
tucky into Illinois, about ten mites below
Sbawneetown, in n skid, and entered the
houses In that vicinity, appropriated a large
number of guns, which they carried away
with them. They also stole a dozen horses
with which they succeeded in escaping across
the river.
A similar raid with similar results, was
medethe sune night five miles above Shav-
Leetown. The nvst morning after the rebels
had escaped with tbtir plunder—a gunboat
came up from CaseyvlUe, and shelled the Illi
nois shore, to the manifest danger oi the iu-j
habitants and infinite pleasure of the rebels.
Cap*. Blodgett of the gunboat Conestoga,
died last night on the Clara Dobon. Fltga
are at half mast to-day and the navy has put
on the habiliments of grief.
Cairo, KVa-. C.—Oar very latest dates from
Memphis say that no advance had been made
ircm Huliy Springe towards the federal line-.
Our owe sorcce occupy Grand Junction, and
rai'road and Telegraphic ciarranuiciVioa h ire
b'.en established with Bolivar aod J*-;ksou.
The pr< b;tbii» f bs are th*t no fighp will ocJar
this side of Holly Springe. Toe rebels are
evioeiitly iu no mood to chakeau attack. • The
fedi-ral troops are eager lor au aivaccc, aud
will probably soon be gran tied.
The rebel forces under Morgan and Wood
yaid, jcc« ntly at Hopkitisvibv, have probably
i vaOid Gen. Kaut-oui by lligat. Taey left
Hopkinsville t»n hours before he entered it.
Capt. Blodgett of the gunboat Concsiogi
this meriting at 7 o’clock.
Ac tlibrt is being made to re-establish a posh
hospital'at this place.
D i. Fiunkliu is removed from charge of the
Monnd City hospital. The employment of
physicians and remcclcs of the
school, nnd o’bcr matters are charges against.
him, WLich will be investigated.
ROM GEN. RO SECR AN’S’ ARMY.
The Rebels IHvacnats Mur
freesboro ano McMinn
ville, Tennessee.
GEX. FOSKJItXV REiR CUIRD
jftDVIKUVG FROM B9W
LLVtt GKKKV.
AFFAIRS IE! KBSTUCST.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
1/ituevn.i.E, November 6,1863.
An employe in the quartermaster’s depart
ment at. Nashville arrived to-day. He Irft
Nashville on the 2d Inst. Qe says Nashville
is lortifkd in such a formidable manner that
the fedcrals can hold it against an army of
100,000.
V* htn the rebels evacuated Murfreesboro
and McMinnville on hearing of the
of the federal army towards Nashville, they
toie up the railroad track for a long distance
in the neighborhood of Stephenson.
The rear guard ot the federal army left
Bowling Green Tuesday, and when oar la
lonnant left Nashville Gen. Sill’s advance was
expected there on the 4th,
Oar informant came through with a num
ber ol sick federal troops under a flag of trace,
which the rebel guerillas did not respect, as
they robbed sit the sick who had anything
worah dealing.
I’, is said that John Morgan’s guerillas were
in Clarksville on Thursday last, and that they
had done much damage to the railroad track
in that vicinity.
When the rebel army took possession of
Lexington, a large amount of federal supplies
were there. The rebels captured $1,000,093
worth of stores, 20,000 stand of arms, aud a
large quantity of clothing and ammunition.
The provost marshal of the city has sent
200 Kentucky rebels North, granting paroles
* itb provision that they remain North daring
the war.
A private let f er read here from a literary
gentleman of Louisville, now In Paris, says
the French government is truly neutral in
American attain:, with a strong sympathy for
the government, but in Great Britain there is
afetlirgin l.wor of tbe recognition of tbe
ton them confederacy.
Gen. Buell left for Indianapolis yesterday.
A steamer arrived from Owensboro to-jfoy,
laving eisbtecn rebel guerilla prisoners.
Among them is the Notorious Jack Allen and
oceLc*is Wise, a rebel spy. Wise says he is
a nephew of Gov. Wise,
No exciting news from Rosecrana’ army.
Proai cailfsralt*
[The following was transmuted direct fr mi
San Francisco to New York by telegraph this
p. m., a feat never before known:]
Francisco. Nov. 6—2:15 p. m.—Heavy
rain last nurbt, first of the season. Weather
glonouv to-day; thermometer sixty-one.
The steam- r Sonora, from New York, Oct.
Il»b, h»> not yet arrived. She is a slow boat,
and nofears are entertained of her safety.
Contributions to the patriotic funds are still
'connng. The B*tfe will probably mike her
corilri'n’ionsso,oooor more.
A testimonial is to be made to the family of
the late CoL Reed Mathewson, of tne&M
New York, which will be worthy the State.
His remairsare to be received here and con
veyed to Healdsbnrg with lull'military hon
ors.
The cavalry company for Massachusetts is
nearly full.
Treasury botes [email protected]
Merchants’ Excrauob, 3:15 p. m.—Tele
graphed t»n miles oQ'bidc Hie head*,, ship
Gl*-*ner 149 days trom 80-ton.
The Aka California* greet* her New York
cotempombsontheanulhaaiionof time and
space between the Atlantic aud Pacific oceans.
A Negro Ay welted suafi fisrasf.
Baltixobr, Nov. 6.—The America* has a
letter rram Dalton, Caroline county. In this
State, giving an account of the lynching of a
negro under arrest forthe outrage and murder
of a little girl, daughter ot Sdgsr Plummer,
on Sa'nrday night, A large number of exci
ted people came la town, surrounded the jail,
forced opm tbe doors, took the prisoner and
hung him. While suspended, fioeen ballets
perforated his body. He was cat down a”d
' his throat cut by the infuriated mob. The
' body Wat dragged through the streets, and
Orally taken In front of the negr > church,
, where It was cut to plcc-s aud burned.
RhoeUat Batckta Buffalo
BrtTALo. Kw t - 6.—ln the great shooting
match In this cHy to-day between Wm K«u<
«.f Ppringdtl*. Ildanis. and Robert NjweK of
Buffalo, tor SSOO, at fifty don ole birlt, Kiog
Living Ms opponent taw field birds, the
rotten waa won by Mr New«(i, bestn.g King
<« «u rot stride, kalUuc Mghty-tw* one or
>litty. King killing saveacy-aine oat of
(duty. Ktug not abooiUg the ton
tonikfttclNb.
FROM WASHEVOTOX.
Advance of ih« Armi of the
Fotonac.
A SKIRMISH NEIR WIRRENTON
Important Changes In the
Cabinet Foreshadowed.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.]
Washington, Nor. 6,1663,
A scouting party iromSigel, under Koenig,
reached tJppervflle on Tuesday, where they
found McClellan’s advance. On their return
they captured a quartermaster ol EwclTa di
vision, and two men belonging to a brigade of
Virginia cavalry, which had recently passed
through White Plains, and a major of the
same brigade was captured by McClellan. An
orderly Irom Gen. Scimrz’s division was fired
upon twice from a house in Hay market. la
retaliation the eoldkrs burned the house to
the ground. The general has ordered a thor
ough investigation into lids act of incendi
arism.
[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tnhunc.
WASnomtoK, Nut. 6,1861. b:ls p. m.
The surmise that Gov. Morton of lad Una Is
liktlj to succeed Secretary Smith, in case of
StuitL’e appointment tothe vacancy occasion*
td by the death of Judge Huntington of Indi
ana, Js entirely erroneous. Gov. Horton says
publkalv chat he has not for a moment en
tertain* d any such idea, and that he would not
nr-dcr any clrcnmstauca accept a cabinet po
sition His business Is entirely cocSced to
cfSciai matters connected with the operations
of the war. He is on the Upper Potomac to-diy.
Up to the Ibt of November, there have been
under the act of July, 14lh, 3,786 applications
ircro Invalid sin the army,'and 5,258 on behalf of
deceased soldiers, by widows, mothers, minors
and sisters. From the navy 133 invalids and
727 from widows, mothers, &c.
The following deaths of Western soldiers
have occurred here; Lyman Sheldon, Co. C r
Cth Wisconsin; Wm.Sheen,Co.
John Tiers, Co. K, 19:h Indiana.
Gen. Booker Is able to walk, and even to
take a short ride on horseback, but hot quite
able to assume a large command.
C. H. Clay Vlii probably go back to Russia.
Gen. Hunter’s trunk was broken Into a day
or two since at hia hotel, but the thief was so
t hurried that he got nothing. He threw aside
in bis baste an old stocking in which was
SI,OOO in gold. '
The military commission of which Hunter
Is president, is dissolved. The court will he
reconstructed without Hunter, who returns
to the department of the South and also
without Gen. Augur, who goes back to his
division in the army of the Potomac.
Washington-, Nov. O.—luformation from
the front this morning Is to the effect that
Colonel Windham of Bayard’s cavalry, had a
spirited engagement yesterday at New Balti
more, with the cavalry and four pieces of ar
tillery of the rebel force at Warrcnton,
Tlieir numbers were about equal to his at
the lime, say 1,500 strong. After a short re
sistance, he drove the enemy off in the direc
tion of the main army, at the town ol War
reuten.
Gen. Sickles retamed last evening from
making a recom»ols»-ance in force in front,
laving penetrated as far as Catlett’s Station,
driving in the scouts and pickets of the reb
els back on 'Warrenton Junction, where the
ir.rmj are not supposed to 1>« in much torec.
New TohK, Nov. o.—The New York Ti'/ies
bar- ihe following from Washing'oa;
Dlspatcbvß of the gravest importance, aud
which may effect a change in the waole aspect
of the war, were to-day submitted by the
French legation to the secretary of state.
Gen. Hilleck expresses the belief that a for
eign war, zucesbitating a levy ea masse ot our
whole population, would not be an evil with,
out la»ge compensaiicg bemtite. He ex
prrsscs the belief that the North hia not yet
befeun to devdope its possible resources.
An Informal meeting of the cabinet was held
to-day and an adjournment, had to this even
irg, v-hqa it assembled at 8 o’clock, Gen.
Halleck being present on speciil invitation of
tbc presldi-ut. It is believed that a decision
of more ultimate importance than any yet
mane in the coarse of the war has been arrived
at, and will be announced before the end of
the week.
The air is pregnant with rnmore of military
and cabinet changes. Military changes are
positive, and it is believed that certain cabi
net ministers regard these changes as a com
mendation, giving them no alternative but to
nsign.
It is not believed that any capital punish
ment will be visited upon tne hostile Indians
Pv the Northwest, the policy of the govern
ment being averse to such a treatment of the
Indians who have given themselves up. It is
tie mission or assistant secretary Usier, now
in Minnesota, to adja*t these difficulties,'
avoidirg ss far as possible all collision with
the Stale government.
Governor Morion left for Harper’s Ferry at
10 o’clock thi* evening in a special train.
The New York Tunes has tne following
special, doted “Upperville, Va., Nov. 4th”:
Yesterday Pleasautsou’s successful pursuit
ol Stuart was resumed at 10 a. m. Tne enemy
was placed in a very dwgerous position on
the road leading from Union to Uppemlle,
tui after two hours’ hard fighting. Picas luton
joined by Avcrill, drove Stuart aud hie 3,00)
horsemen back tdl they broke aud tan. Thsy
succeeded iu making good their escape through
Ashby’s Gup.
Gl-d, McClt-lUn’s headquarters are at pre
sent at Upperville.
Here ii every iadlca’lon that both sides are
sfckiug to briug on a great battle in tQia
ne'gbborlood, but ciliz ns say the rebels
rpokc of their lut* ntion »o get back to Rich
mond as speedily sa possible!
UfcADQCAKTKRP Alt MV OP TUB POTOYAC, )
llECTonxuwji. Nov 5 -10 p, m. ' )
Gen. Pleasanton remained overnight at
Mmkhall, and tills moraieg moved on towards
Sm bur’s*, live mites cisiaut, and oear the
mouth ot Chester Gap. Before relishing the
to»n lie came up with Gen. See wart with
;>,CU) men and one battery. Tae enemy had
ibeir guns posted on a bill on th°> left of the
road, bat wire driven oft Cal. Gregg of the
S:b VennejlvanH charged on them with a full
regiment, completely routing them and Ca
king prisoners. As the rebels fled, Capt.
Saunders, with a squadron of the Ota Pennsyl
vania regiment, charged down their flaul;,
while Cape. Pennington, with'another tad
regiment, arspullcd them with shells. Toe
rebels left tea of their dead on the field. Oar
less was one killed and five wounded. Among
the enemy’s dead was a captain and the adju
tant o! a Virginia regiment, who had his leg
broken and i» a prisoner.
The conduct of our cavalry in this action
was splendid, and it is ollv access try forGea.
Stewart to meet them in an open field to sh aw
our rnperiority.
Salem was occupied to-day bv G *n. Biyard’s
cavalry, aft* r driving the Ist Virginia cxv dry
from the town and eaptming beveral prison
ers.
IlAßnisrCTiG, Nov. o.—The following spe
cial order has been received here;
4 ‘ Brig. Gea. Andrew Porter is assigned to
commend in the Safe of Pconsylvama and
will execute tbe duties of provost marshal
general. B:ig. Gens. j. N. Palmeracd Oanby
ure ast-ipned to tbe command of tbe camps of
drafted men at Philadtlpnia and Pi tsbargb,
respectively. By order of the secretary of
war, (Signed) L, Thomas, Adj. Geo.”
Boev* Poet Offlee as Cairo*
Washington, Nov, (5.—A bogus post ofilss
establishment at Calrc, Illinois, his been
broken up by a s peer it agent of the postoffi-ic
oepartment. Tbe chief manager of the coq
ccm wore tbe uniform apd called irimaeir a
captain in the United States' army, oat upon
investigation tbe cheat was detected. The
army of Major Gen, Grant will oe beoefitted
in tbe transmission of their correspondence
by tbe discontinuance of his epurioa* estab
lishment.
From Nsrtb Carolina.
New York, Nov. 6. —The steamer Oriole
frem Ntwbem Slat, and Halter as lulet 2d,
arrived ?Ms monleg. An expedition U said
to have ten Newbera—destination unknown.
Toe Ncwhern Pi-ogras of the Slat uU. U re
ceived. Only one item of news is contained
then-in—that fifteen loyal Tennesseeans had
escaped fn m tbe rebel prison at Atlanta, 6a.,
by knocking down the sentinel sad then
akcdi ddiing. -
The Rebel Amr tt H«llr BprU(«t
' (From tbe Grenada Appeal !
Public attention da at present directed to
tbe situation of oar army in Mlsaissppl. and
tbe discussions so common evidence a general
anxiety as to our condition for defense. Ic
cannot be dei led that all are diaapp doted In
tbe performances of that army, and all are
vety naturally stoking ior explanation* of the
ftaßure. Bopewasindn'cedinttiatfnwoaldne
able to sweep the invader* from North Missis
tppl and West Tenneaaee, and thla hope was
fosicxid by military officers themselves to
»«ebji extent that It became-a belief in the
mttosoftbe public, who have waited pa
tiently fet months for the mUisaUon of tb*-ir
axpecUthma. But tie trnth is at last mani
fest—we are occupying a somewha’ preeul
-1 ens idiirrirt sinsrtnn. Bench tbe dU*p
CHICAGO. FKIDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1862.
polatmcpt ard the uneasiness bo prevalent
amotgail classe*.
Afialis arc sot. we are pleased to know, in
each a series* condition as the fears of nun?
have led them to apprehend. The worst fate
if the condition ot the army, which is no v
without aniiQDßdlate2ieadp=ruucteitbact.
The men are ingaod health and spirits, and
only seed a eomtpanfier to accumplisu deeds
of daring. Bat a* it is they are dissatisfied.
The officers at present'with them are retrain-,
ed,~asd cannot act. We are gUd to learu, as
we do from many reliable sources of ! atorma
tioc, that the importance of tbe situation in
the Valley of the Mi-sissiopi U baciuuioq to
hr appreciated by tbe authorities at BlcbmondL
Tbe condition of our armies t» not tobe de
plored; and if relieved Irani tbe exclusive
control of West Point routine, great results
can be accomplished. Discipline and minute
. details cf organisation are only soldierly and
clerical qualities, and are n*oeas*ry; btri, to
adeftl'n, we want the brains to plan and exe*
cute a campaign after tbe is made
ready. Tbfcisfnw, and public opinion de
clares tbe fret that has been forgot reu—tbit
merit in this particular b«s been lost sight of
in respect for a military clannish feeling. let
the error be corrected.
ihb iLEcnon nr n. iotn.
The Victory—How it wu Bronchi-
ABomc—its SlftutGuiee,
[From the St Louis Democrat ]
We exult. We rejoice with exceeding joy.
Much as we have reason to cccgratuUte our
selves on personal grounds, we have for more
to boast ot iu the triumph of our prise!pies.
Who now will pretend to deny that there is a
radical sentiment in S'. Louis ? Who now
will claim that the proclamatipti ot the presi
dent has cot bten vindicated noon slave soil,
in tbe msgtlficcnt Indorsement It has receiv
ed in tbe queen city of the west. The spirit
ot a people aspiring to ireedua has received
arpleudid exemplification inihencprecedent--
cd victory we have won. V-
That tbe extent cf our triumph may he ap
proximated, for it cannot, be fully understood
without a pereooal participation In the ex
citing incidents©! the short and sharp cam
paign which it ju-.l concluded, we may refer
bri« fly to some of its distinguishing taa-turcs.
Lees than one month ago we hid no organ
ized paiiy in St. Louie representim; our prin
ciples. Ou the other baud, our opponents
nud tbe opporeul- of our principle, were
thoroughly compacted and harmouiz-id, in
positfthiou ot pbrty watchword*, led by a
chief of imlhfcut polUlCii cratt aud distin
guished (rcstigr, and gnpporuid by a host of
able co-woike:&, supplied with all the appli
ances wlicli the of place, power
acd spoils almost unlimited iu consequence
of the evjojmeutot lucrative offices aud fit
government; contracts was calculated to give
them, and confident of thelrowniavindollity.
In defiance of every discouragement and in
the face ct this powerful and insolent pirty—
subject to tht-ir jeers and nnUedictluns—we
tbe work ot the caoipalgn.
A word as to the principles upon which the
canvass has been made, and the significance to
be attributed to its conclusion.
Tbe author* of the movement were eman
cipationists. They approved of Che president's
emancipation proclamation. They differed
*1 h Mr. Blair, who held that th« proclama
tion was possessed of no 41 vitality,** except
as derived from legislation of Congress, and
that so far as it transcended this legislation,
Itwss a dead letter. They held that the
proclamation was simply the exercise of a
“warpower,” poegissed by the presrdeainn
derthe coLStiiuiion, and mo it wisely aud
littiuely exercised.
Tnty difllied with Mr. Blair, who held that
slavery wnt> not the catv*e ot the war, and ilial
the rebellion was rut a slaveholder's, but a
non-fiaveholder’s rebellion. They held that
was the immediate mor iigciu-o of the war,
vs.u the spirit of the rebellion: aud
as sucli,bad merited, by i*s in^ubordxuat: 0p,,0-tit
tit ion to the guvernment, the heavy taud of
ibe chief executive, even to the penalty of its
utter distiuci on.
These projKJsUioDS were boldly a?-05tcd
and upon them the issue was in ide and
The victory is therefore the tnuoiph of radi
cal emancipation.
Tic effect ol this most signal victory upon
ibe future of Missouri can scarcely be esti
mated. It denicußTrutes the existence of a
sentiment in the breasts of the most influen
tial community upon her soil, which ia utter
ly end irrevocably opposed to slavery us an
institution of our 3Tale, It is the first of a
succession of similar contlic-s, which mast
!tsd to similar rebuild. The man is blind who
does not read in tfce verdict of yesterday's
iltction in St. Loa‘s, and in both the first
and second coimmyonal di*.»rictß, tha death
sentence ot slaveryAn Mkff-vari. x» o-j -s I:u*
m«d>atcJy more than that. It cruoats oat
forever that tmcklicg, fawning
lism, which, under the maie of *Bair
bni, was leading many kuaost, cou-cien-
tious cimuicipiUunlsts in Misooua to kuc=l
in Enbsurvitocy at the shrine of tuis do
mestic Bial. -It sets them free th act the
part of their truthful by divorc
ing them from the baneful influence ut their
]»‘ad«-r. At home it secures an advantage
mere immediately perceptible faun all otnera.
Ir, breaks ihe power ofa clique, vvuca, baviag
secured ihrcmrh the influence of Us leader the
patronage ol the government in tha distribu
tion of offices and contracts, was faut becom
ing—nay, had already become an Intolerable
fcurce of party despotism and personal
cermption.
It goes far to vindicate the good same of
the ptople of St. Louis from t.ie «*talns tho
abuses of this local oligarchy was engaged In
fastening upon it.
May we not safely rajotce—not only we of
St. L'-uif, but the lovers ot freedom and
hontsl citizens everywhere ?
In There no Balm in Cttead ?
DATsvnxE. Gyle Co., 111., Nov. 6, ISG2.
Cdltore Chicago Tiibanc;
Tho vote of the towu of Niehua, Co.,
yesterday, was as follows to-wit:
mate tbsascekb.
Wm. Bntler .. 60
Alex Siarne .....none.
SUPEKIXTESDEAIT OF FCIILIC INSTGUCTION.
Newt c>n;Bateman. 60
JuhnP. 8r00k5....... none
TnißD coxGarasroxAL district.
EUhn B. ........K
£lu& B. Stiles i
COKGBEsa AT LAUGE.
Ebon C. Ingersoll 60
Oamee C. Alien none.
Daniel Richards.
James V. Gale.
J V*hue
V'kuk* number of votes cast in town el
TV’c consider we are tbe banner town of the
State.—[ We guess, bo.—Eds. Turn ]
Yours, Ac., William Jack»ok,»
Town Clerk,
Sketch of Galveston and Sabine River.
[From the New York Herald }
Toe capture and occupation of Sabine Pass
by the United States forces is a movement
tlal will prove of gre.»t importance to tae
government as a base ot military operations
In Ttxa®, as well »g for the purpose of cSeuk
irg u,c smuggling f f cotton aud arms ot the
r*bels. Since the commencement of ih a war
Sabine Pass has been an imporraflt point to
the rebels for the exportation oi cotton and
tbe importation of arms and munitions of
war. The Sabiue River Is the boundary line
hetween-Louisiauaanil XVxa*« and across LhU
stream are transported the thousands of bales
of cotton transported from other States of the
to-called Souihern Confederacy into Texas, to
be shipped Irom tae pons of that State to
Cuba and other points in the West ladies and
to Europe. All the arms and munitions of
war that are landed in Matamoras cross the
Sabine River oa thtir way to supply the rebel
army east of tbe Missouri River.
Tbe Sabine Rivtr rises in Hunt county,
Ttxn.-, acd from the head waters to tbe piss
at its month It traverses about 500 miles and
emp’ies into the Gulf of Mexico after passing
thiongb Sabine Like. It is said to Deveiy
shallow at its momb, but small boats can be
used spon a grtattr part of i ! s waters.
Tee gulf coast from the Sabine River lies
west and tben tends southwest as yon ap
proach to tbe entrance to G-Uveaum B ty, a
distance of about fitly miles, tbe whole of
which is clean, having about three fathoms
within a mile ot the shore. The entrance to
Galveston B*y is between Point Bolivar on
tbe norih acd tbe e«at cud ofitbe St. Loots or
Giivttton- Island on the south. Between
them are four channels.
Galveston was at one time the moat popu
lous atd commerol;! cl y to Texas, the most
flourishing port in tbe golf, end is situated on
on island at the mouth of Galvcs'ou Biy.
This island is about thirty miles loag aad
three miles broad. The surface is level and
elevated about four or fve feet above the
water. The bay is about thirty-five mites
long, and varies from twelve Co eighteen miles
in ortadth. The harbor is the bast in the
State. Pe shipping at one time amounted to
nearly 6,000 tons, one-halt of wklctt woe en
gaged in tne cosstlog trade- Foreign vessels
alro used to trade a* this port. The city con
tains s fine market hall* a town hall, eight
churches and several lirge hotels. The pri
vate houses are nosTy of wood, and p aimed
white. The stream are wide, straight sod
rectangular, and bordered by numerous flower
grams. It wsa fij*t settled in 1837, and had
1852 a population exceeding 7,000.
. Tbe following are tome of themostro
-markable cases of rapidmarches on military
record:
ü ßoman fnfnhf aneM ftmpwifly i
'distance of twenty mlloa t» five bean, e&fih
toldkr carrying tpom fifty- to eighty poult
of baggage. Ccsir’i lagton marched tour
bnadnd and fifty leaguestatwentyAhree days.
Iblßio, McDonald marched forty mtlesia •
single day, crocs tog rtrera and clt mbiog miaa
talts. Clwil, after most extraordinary efforts
s’ tie battle ot 84sonnea, retreated forty
nlira In twelve bran.' la 1814, Nipoleoa.
id arched bis army, for the parod'C ot saccj
tog Faria, B*T*«ry4va miles to thirry-str
i oura. Gen. Cranford* In Spain,' mvrche t
3,000 men >lx74*o miles it * twenty six
ht nia. Iu Welttcgvm acartlrylaladia
marched sixty miles in tmity-two-hHua. 8>
tore the battle of Tarrnekabad, la [ndm. the
English earaliy, ttnder Lord Lika ninbfi
aitMtjaiUilßhM^fMrbMnr
STATE SENATOR.
ASSEXBLT.
MARBTISD.
■ In Uus city. od th* *th lust ,bv the liev. A. A. S«a
driek. Hr RICHARD M. JOItDAN’ sad Miss VI .t-
GIHIA. A BaT WOO U. allot thiscity.
Ih (Hi city, on tbe stfe In s t- at the ofli-is o' tbi
Ko»ttw«Birn*
T.Jt.Edoy,!).!), Mr TBOaaHFACEi'. or AddUon
Conntr. Iflinola. and Mias ELIZABETH HAVAS, of
r Coo* Coast?, DL
Ir ttta city, on the 4th fast. by Her Eobt L. Collier,
at tbe vara-sage of the Wabash s?«u» H. E. Chu-ch
Hr. GEO. C. COLLINS and Uiaa BiIDuEC SAlCil.
all of this oty.
AtL-mont, IR, an the evening of Novemb-v 4th at
the residence of Esaolre Park*. liv H-v L. Oitfard.
GEORGE w. CLAttKandMto LtZZIE S'UTtf
In this city. Nov. 4th.’ at tbe residence of the
fatter, by the tier. Z. M Hamah-er. CHAfJLSS H.
CRAKE and Xtu ELIZA M. PHELPS, ah u( tils cl ;y.
DIED.
In tU« city, Thursday Mternooa. Nor. Sth. of D;o
--theda, EMMA LEJSOSA. only child of Marcellas H.
And Martha Rtts, aged two years, fire months and
twenty days.
Fnnaal at tbe residence. No. 33 B:nth Jeffa*s3n
street, on Friday. at* P. SI.
•-ctober sift. s% Ro*la. Mo. of tnll.raiatl6n cl the
Bowels. MICHSALPRJOT.axed 33jrtars. .
OT Buffalo papers please copy.
At Gslesbonth. Mic*- Oct. 39th. of Typhoid Fever.
KATE A. MoCiiLLOM, wU© of Hr. JL L. Flint, of
this city, »*td » yrars.
TSTcbo aohmisements.
OiTANTED—At 285 Illinois street,
"* a good Cook. Wetter and Traner. eo?-x 1 8 3c
V|TANtJfiD—A. good Teacher ot
« V iddm (specimen end refe*>
ences) Fost^Office Box So-5. St Loaa. Mo. no.-x» it
ANTKD—At the. Armory of
T T Gwrn A CszunbeU, Hamilton. Ohio, one taun
creo good Finl-Hers. vlae or Lathe Hands nor-i5St
WAKTID-A sitnation by a
• ■ ■ yoons lady, who can s-w 01 Slnzefa Maculae.
Flee w addieaa hy letter, ** 8. G.,” Post Oflce Bux l SI3.
Chicago. ujT-xI-U
Tl7 ANTEU —A small bouse of
seven or elzht rooms waated l.i a re»p3Ctible
locality lo the North or Soa:h Divisions. Address ?.
l>. Box 319, »uh terms. ujl xQ at
\\T ANTED—-A Boy to make him-
V V b »il generally useful, tna tamliy where boa-d
and schooling win he fU)o«el as remmeration for ser
T.Ct s a> j) yat No. 18 OoEgreSa street. DJT-xitlt
■*VIT AKTED—Boarding A gentle
v V man end wife w.ah for a ea't of
rooms. *n a place where there are hot rew boarders
forwMth a ioerai p-Jce will he paid. tWudi or
Wlcllgau avenue prefered. Address Post Oflcc Bjx
24t : 9. do” xviw
WANTIfiO—A Furnished House.
v v a large and commo'iioaa House, well f»r
r'rted. pi- Hsamly and c-Dtrally located, and sultnle
u g»Ltee> boarrtinz Uou»e SatisU'torjf
given. Addrgae "Jit..” Trlbaue Office. nu7-xso4t
W7AKTED—Bv' : tbo Illinois Can
* • trekl Railroad Company, s-.v-rd ManhinDU
andßolUr Makers. Apply tos.J. HATES.
ici.dept Machinery, CPI*-n»o
Ctu iaja; ot g. f. KQYKS. Amitoy. ill. no7-xli-l\v
V\r AKTED—In a private fmniiv,
V v a good reliable man, white or colo-ed. Ac-
Qaal! ted w th c«c of Hjrues and .Jarnaxe, Gard j n-
Inv. Ac., and tomal»elilm«el; , ;‘tii-rilir n«e*‘ni. Anniy
at the ociceot WILLIAMS & nOUQUTELINU
S» m« water afeet. adjoudtg Wells street Br.dgj. '
hols3Tzt
\JU ANTED.—Kook-Keeper.—The
• * sdV3rtl6er.whoh : i , i b««d ?ev.-ral vt-tua exo:rt
ence as an Accountant, •nd general Da»lae>B ia ia. is
Ci rrous of procuring a -Unetl-Jn ■sitaer in Ostein ■> or
eozr.e coect.-y towu. He c*a clt-4 uncxespt ooable
reJtrfnres <o pisn't*. »n thUci’V and N-w Vorlc. Ad
“’lb.OivKEiA’ELi,” TatmottUfflcd, C1i.5.150.
S*7 ANTED—Agents. *so per
- V V tcocHi »nd a’l expends ( aid! We will {>.iy
the price lohoucst. active - a
liber*! ooiiiTn'sslcn t»r s*l;'ni»he STAR SSWtNG
A ACIIINK. UoiAli pr.ro. sl3. \Vc L».*e W(it>*e
ron-jiitrflori;'avtriv:** ?i-0 n<>r mnth fi iiuh’s
s-otiTv.- S"i o fur eurmaf. J. O. JAKW» * Co.,
I*. O. l)iawerr»N»y, Chicago, 111, uuT-vJ
\\f ANTED—A Wife. Any young
T t 1 ;dy b-twec;; the ase 01 sixteen arul 'iLet—‘ii
rana-sw-r ims. who t* willing to -
U Dot xuacilauCabiu it« all he returned liuiuo-l.aielv
tc «!.** nw ?ier. Ti‘tig-:iuli irnnn *■•••! orf, an I r"si»i.-cr«!H
by all vlio Know ln.u. •tmiis<b»retv PkI.VCE
A I.A >*ODE, Dulciu's aims, F-.tju U>uaty, liL
Do.-adt .
TVTANTED.—«IO,OOO to $20,000.
* * Wft'-tptl a Fattier wlti a caa\\ cidAv 1 , In a
■Wiirlesa’e Buhlik-bb id this c‘ty. which Dro-int* oaj nf
th? best opyuiti.r.ltiLO to oe found to t ui«gc iu i Mia,
perrraneitt paylmr huainss’. aud where ertryttiice
ill I).* lout.(I ..at Noun bat orluc ai ! s .rid
«fc ho have cnpltal tiealecl with. Apply to “M. Post
OlQcfciioxScw. aJ7-x;iilw
\VANTRD —A Substitute. The
• f unmofOneHailrcd n >;;*-< trt i tmo-M for
la add liuai’, sovim,u«it«»jv. A3V
able I'odled man. w’f-li n-to s-rva hit j?mtrv n riio
sitYofthar i>eiiKituo«nesli **t P.vkd n’o.h. <4t viUl«i’s
Bu No, nil Wftonmiiua hUcc:, oi;-j
DttoV97«-3uiet E. n. K’iOTT.
DOG LOST.—Five Dollars ILS
-.—stYayer nr Rt”« f-t>m
SUo l):-D avenue
E old. Ab'Wrrs tj ta-nimeof Mlti't. Mjs:;y
vhite iKHIy. vtt f i t*n h-md -xad eir>». TQe ai’tie nad
revl«l.-tre of too »*ner vas ou a unable ci!«ar
vheaheiett Tne re mid to wii»
ever will return lilffi to tie TUIBGNB Odijd. aoj St
LOST —Yestenluy about 1 o’clock,
-Jncir '*’ond'sl)r(. OrolT t) > la?s.
Viz:—Ones'(l.*iae f,\ aul on; lulu. Th-s ilidir
WiUbttreWirdec.fkud »e-eiv« the UudVr of % law.
hr leAVirc >tat Or. KI.LIS’ Dental Olllce. Rwfl iS
Ponl-ml Blcn-k. corner oi W«4tuug*.oi »mi
Kreets. co7-xloit
LOST OK STOr.WSr—On Monday
r'ght 1»»t. from Streetar’s Bam. at Mavotf* Giv
tillerv. on .North Brntcn. a Bail about 15
hard- LJpli. Has ab ic£9>oi Is iis lett eye; #at»ftan
In it e leu lore ic r. Any i>fr-oo wno will returo lam
as above, cr sire informattoa where be can be 1 md,
will be voicabty rewarded. A. C. S3J?F.
* *oT-xfe-3t
COW LOST.—Strayed or Stolen
from the* comer of Wells aid V>.n Bttren streets,
entbe South Sid ;, a an aL Cow. s‘x ve«rs oil.
with f; nr«h’t- fset. and a wo te spot on aerforehm-1,
hnn a black stroke on h-r horn v?«r vie eye. Tne
fii.oer will be hberalty rawanlrd )>>* retamluc her to
the shove place, J.-vMgs FiriuEltXLD.
not-xlMt ,
T*o HENT.—House with Funii
■ tnr« to rent until th- first of May. w<!ll located
on West Side. Most of rent can bo ptM li boir-1 If
desirable. For pamcffirs, InqoUo at No. 8
Church Block. no* xltSt
r0 BENT—With Board, a large
front room, furnished, if •iettr.;'!. at Vo. 6 Vi*n.
invton street, oppislwe Duiroora P.irE. Oats or tvo
daytxrardera (rersrences required) could D*? accin-
TLocattd, no7-xi ot
OOARDIN’G —A pleasant uutur-
D Diih'd front ch9inbpr. wtn bo*rii. f»- * vantla
nsan and I.l* wife;
Mngteetuttemen. at West uaad Uph street.
&07-iS-lw •
■VTOTICS IS HEREBY GIVEN’
it that the leogolar Annual Meeting of the Chksgo
Law triii be ht-M In the Liorary Itioaj, on
Uie iMh of KcvembT. at 2 P. M.
. no 7 x23t CHAaLKs F. PECK. Secretary.
BOXES ! SOSES —lf yoi want
U Po?,kßoxes. 50Ai*.OiwvDt.a.Ccvc<«eaor.Pacs-
T>r, B'-xcs c l hov description, yoa will flud it t>
.r umnvantt-r**-. o-for-goi-.* p-fcltsso
i!)e ssine G Jw»DWILi,IG & lIATJU Tlielr t'dO
tory ip tltlie cast end of sfeet. Norh Pier.
Gouiw:l le & flitch h ivo ,WmiewJol Limber for
»a!e. rot* Office Box <gr»7. n .T-tu-in
KW YOU K DYE-EO’JSE*
129 Wert Bwdolplutieet, CMcigs.Hl. SI
"WILLI iM IMitK a -OV. in, Me>»-.ed
Dytr ano Cictaes Cleaner. Isnowloca'.eloa Rsndrph
rliett, perauneutiy. noTx'H m
A TJi MEMBERS OF COMP AN Y
m\. A„ 113 R-'gimet C ntlaots Vo’aite'rß. w’B repast
t&eH*mUtoanJ3%3. North Clark hv
Monday, toe 10th Inst, or Batter the r*ca*lty of d-*<6T
tira. Inu7-xz6 «] LIEUT. JD. FERGUSON.
COKGHtJM^STROP.—We are
O baylcg . ■
. ■ EOBGEUX STBUP FOB CASH,
Id targe oramtU qasiUt;cs. recsirahle at aav ot the
JaUlruad Depots in the city.
HUST*B ft BBOTa 3*B.
, oo«-xl31w Chicago Steam Sugar Leflnery.
OEMOVAL.— \ Fredin be-s to
IV info-m h's Trim*!? andthc pabic tint he his re
raovrrt h'« pace of uvi a*male a>im of
FUBWTUIIB. to
NO. rn LaKB STHEET, (Srcood-Tioar.)
He will dovn>e hw Ktteutioa, as herstofjre IJ flll'Dg
oners lor bu first clasi Furntiare. bj7-xU-3»v
xearths
IT BRIDGE.- We wait a
her OB HOUSE AND LOT,
Oc Forth Weils street, n-ar tie Bnage W* will pay
casi» for a cheap one. S, H, SKt{? . iDT & CO„
107x1711 71 Dearoxn streat.
{CHICAGO. November 6tli, ISU2.
' ■' Notice U hfr*'»r *lt?q to thp of
JctoA Coma.e.*tf»Coms-in?ortn«t3taU’« C*r*!ry.
lortp'-’tt'hTniMlTtfSoß ilosD.vY, Sov. iOU\ Vv»l.
tte hecmitini: Office, cor ud Utadopi-tu.
1— Th. Owtbcrs;
2 Pcttoer. (dsmrter.)
3 An*. Fucta
4 JoNn M*sfT.
5 B«ok*r.
6 Jc**-pb Matertisck.
7
S-JtnmO'Mn'
9 Jotaa Otog Siler.
10— AQtuo K^-rn.
12—Tran* Filrd.
I»—2iirK Weehbaekre.
19—»atlll*« Bvrh&Olta» >
I«—«•(&!«• Weber. r*" I** 1 **
- is—Georg Aonnrr.
ft-cawes Jhostom,
r—taaul Btud. (4«etbrJ
jr—Haas v. PaTTcrraaea.
19—Albeit Mona a«7 S&9
&OUND CHANGE CHECKS.
(Bi*e m DoVUr.) J * *
CVek iwne f. PHc*,"si
f»rftisll,m.SUißac«w*yaddmo*all t W. ~ *
: si si Mlli^Llßr"
, Jfifi O.&U 9T888T."
nsT-vlMt •
BAIR POMADES.
A large amertißant dnaly Parfomed.
y.H.BKfifi*CO«
■oT-vemit
ATE ST AITD BEST.
VICTOR 6AS BORNE?. STOVE,
At a. b. , a. ■.
oeu-v2B&a*met w mi 331 state atraat.
£»UKLAFS. —10,000 fonr btuhal
■vuir ■■' it«i) 1
nrafttr « T oirbKa»ojD * co,
MIXHWt JHMttmur*.
z#' ;
NTeUr Sioomisfmeius.
DRY GOODS FOR CASE
Cooley, Farwcll & Co n
42, 44 A 46
WABASH AVENUE.
Have m stars ao
LARGEST STOCK
Good, rrer sand la CMiaa
DOMESTICS.
DriUlnca, Jeans. Ticks, Strtpsi
Dgcima. Check* Wooten and cotton nairni© rrrn
caupj
Cloths & Cassimeres.
AH Woolens. euSMtt far icen’k wear.
PRINTS.
Merrlfnsck, Hamilton. Alien, Richmond, America)
other brand*
DRESS GOODS
Every rmrlety.
WHITE GOODS.
A fall acaertment.
Yankee Notions, Hosiery
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Bnclukia Clotcs sal MhteßS, ic.
All of which will be sold at the lowest azures m*de it
tius market for srzsh amdbvasosabux goods Oa:
sddatroome cover a space ot 60 by : »J fa-t—tne lar-cr
" eat of the seaboard—clTlng u onsarpaieod laclllctM
for ahowUur goods.
PROMPT AND CASI
FPLATTSNIIOK, ‘ aepiaTS 3maet
FOREIGN SALT.—Ground Alum
* an d Cadiz in baes—nowhere and arrivioz Fop
sale by the cargo or la lots f.-om store to sat p itcw*-
er» : ai»o, Tnrk’HDiand to arrive, by TTs'UKKU'uou
A
AAA TO LOaN AT
low rats of tntsreat from six
months to dva year?. In sums I’rotn s>o9 t«» slo>t and
upward- GttRKNK-taTTM A FOBEM\,V.
noi-vi-Goitnct No. 45 Sjutfi clsrfc-s:,, tup-stairs.)
SALT.
1,000 M»li, SaslQkW Flue*
300 bbla. New York Coarse,*
For tale atmarket price by UNDSKWOOD * CD»
Pcsv3Co-6ti.et IST.Soatu Wa.e' street.
rj.UNNT BAGS.—3O,OOO 2 1-2
V-i Bushel Gnncfes.
HEAVY WEIGHTS,
Nowarrivingmd for sale by t?.\’DEi:Wj >D A 00-
noS-TRWetntt ISTSmti Wifcr street.
f’OH SMGING SOdOOLS AND
CHOIRS.
JOHNSON’S SYSTEM.
Ttf meet popn'ar a-rtem for teachlnx Sioelnr
Schools and tralntnr: Cicilrs, In N>sw York and New
h.-g'aml Thu sr-teui con;al.iJ t-’r-e
T t firsit foa' h-:sthe n'-ft § by met j«of a iar«c cm nh<»r
cfW'll kn)wa iioonlar airs, arranc-d as *i the
art<f eaclcgntindc. Ibe s-c >ikl teaches iha cut r«-
ton oftrt voices hr minus. f sin p!i e.t-jrc s s *s. wh vh
i-vnrtiniy came those who prtct.c** t ie a, to p i- o»eriy
n’un»ce the Uimr*. larynx. mouth breath. acd wlui
ertr lusiti) tiilnstido with tuxlti,; t-c mucjv t *ae.
TV third loache-j a method of mane ibsolpime. or
nuane of words of comnucd. like thos-i av d la mili
tary dlsrlptlne fh* pnctice cf which, «tl> pure tho
f nrets to produce every act H" exactly aUKu.
This system is combined to tho
EMPIRE COUSCTIOSI
By A. W. JOHKSOV. The Empire Collection also con
tains »3t» pA»lm nnd 11-mu taa*«. fft Ant-iens. and a
C«ntatac« im»osed of I's Glees, tjasrtette*. Ac.,
rtaderlnslt the most Int m 1 U'cfal Dooi tor
Singing bchoois ever pnbUshe A For sale at
H. M. HIGGINS,
Xo. 117 RaodolpU Stre«t, €!iic»?o.
Price t*.oo per dox.; by mall fMM)
pud. DuS-T^otaet
CIIAS. I. NOBLE,
175 LIRE STREET,
Wholesale dealer la sal ol Kerosene
LAMPS,
AND
Carbon? Coal ami Kerosen*
OILS.
No goods Retailed. Tha Trade supplied at
a discount fcoraciuntry prmes.
eeaysi-itp
QNE -FIBE WILL LAST THB
ENTIRE SEASON,
Without Re-kmdling
IN THE
LITTLEFIELD COAL B9RNEBS.
for sale by
TAX OOHAAOK)
47 State Stmt, tigs on tlw Golden Ten Kettle
TTI6HWINES,—Boyers of Iligli-
J—a, wines will always dud a supply ns the market
pnce, for sale t)j
A, F. CBOSKET,’
nc&r2S>3t 51 and 53 South Wat?? street.
WANTED! WANTED!
BANK OF THE
STATE OF INDIANA NOTES
BOUGHT AT TH3
HIGHEST PREMIUM.
County Banners sad Merchants mayaend on my
ivnsmi v. ntr»'t packages of 4300 sad upwards per
Cniteo Stales Express.
Merchants and Easiness Men
Oi CWcigo will find It _
HUGH TO THBIA INTEREST
To save up the Back of the State of Indiana and sell
tomw
Together with all Premium Foods.
JAMES HOT I),
3$ CLARK STREET, CHICAGO.
[ocSl-vS Cfttnet]
LAMPS AND OILS,
WHOLESALE.
A. E. GOODRICH St CO.
131 South Vster Street*
THE MODEL COOK,
With two oven*. for
COAL OB WOOD,
BorpMwa all other Staves In
Eaanamj, Durability, Pa rfoetisn *rf Plalik
Ouulty, Co-Teataoca, aallaantj
at Saatea.
A.'B. as a. H. MILLBR.
sb9.3SaiulCTßta<a<trw&
OCUTtOSUwt
BBIS IRISH MOSS,
B« CMN iMflCttllllglM,
to B»l«ilVe«TtiklbM
10 Bkls. Koala*
SO BakaliMrt«iC*ik%
SO Jenm Japoataa,
loe Cnfea Sal 904*,
100 BeislcftMlMl Petit|
100 Soil PMre,
ICOOOs Qninlae, P. * w«
fomltir
UUTU A DtotKO,
DwggfrU -1 utMMtt .*«
'TXTAL'WOGTH, HCBBABD * OS
ff isms non
Boston BeMnc CompsnaH
OUIIBAH I r
RUMS*, Bfi.TlK(r, MCUNI
And Hom,
ao. in uu nam
NUMBER 105.
Ntto afcbmisenients.
SPLENDID
•TYLEB OP
DRESS GOODS,
ASD EVEKT OTHER ARTICLE IS
DRY GOODSj
CLOTHS,
WORSTED GOODS,
AND
BUCK-SKIN BOOBS,
Can be found favorably at
BOWEN BROTHERS,
74 & 76
LAKE STREET.
[no6.v9933tnctl
1500 bags EIO COFFEE. ■
1500 chests TEA
1000 bids. SUOAB,
1200 bbls. EEFDTED SUGAE,
3000 boxes SALEBATUS,
1000 kegs S. C. SODA,
FOB SALE BT
DAT, ALLM & Go.,
4.4. <fe 46
SOUTH WATER ST.
[noivsisstoeti
PCS»E & SLOCUM,
12£feSouth Clark Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS 15
KEROSENE LAMPS
Aim rartßES.
Carbon Oils of Best Brsn&
With increased fvdl‘"es, ■we haliers anrp'imftd hi
ao hoof* in oar line, we Invite the iUeattoa of counter
oealrra to oar well scleet-'d stork ol the %ocvc cooci
Traderhoaei>*!«r*cybefore the recent ■»! vinca 11
pnecs Ba»L we can aa- wtU sell l-> p <m» they r. ia tn
POr*-. : rjcdEasn. * r: zo a** :CX La.ua C-U aaiy.
Mistwiii stMid the cest aod frost. alwiva «vt hand
Get the irenatce. »alo-»fiiP Penst?
'J'UTXLE, HIBBARD A CO,
IMfOKTKBS OF
HAUL-WARTS AND TITJ PLATA
Are now rawartnirtbe and tno«t complete "toer
of SMI aid Heavy Hardwares, Tin tiata.
SH EET IRON. COPPER
Wire, Nails,
C-LABS ABD FABMUKJ TOOLS
Ever offered la UUs market.
mAUuaox4svfAomna«WTn
BB&T
AXES
IK AHKBICA.
Our goods were purchased before the receet M
vance. and vr«fhail sell theta aa low aa they can hi
purchased E:igt, and many articles without addte
transportation
TIITLB, HIBBARD A M»
w»a» «u>»ia« CMMj>
IJIHK peace maker
COOK STOTE,
Has six Boiler Holes of Full Size,
i«< • Boirtlij ud Breiltas Ckraber,
In which TToastwg can be done on a turn spit, in
KFCTLT TUTORS TITS FIRE; and CrOILX.VO be doß'
over ltvs coals, without any Xxunca or daolce esca;
leg Into the room. Sold by
VAN SCHAACK,
•eZJ-Istp No. 47 STATE STRCW.
T ° I* IV KH POOTa—
From New York;
Landis* and eatbarinnf paoengert t: QUfcestto*.
Clrelaad.) The
LCTEKPOOL, IEW TORE ud PmUDEiTC
STEAnsaiP OOVfPANY
Wm dßpatea every Saturday their full powsr OW
built Iron smaojahiaa.
City orlfew York, Edlahtrg^
City or Baltieiare, Kaagareti
City «f Washlactee, fllaagew,
City oTfluelMster, Tlge,
JBtna. B««yMrUi
- Bats m paaaca m u/m aPhyaay otter hub. m
KBsantarwaraAtean (aamaeipal atwecßetew
yenoat wis&iss to brtui out tteir oieada tu am
tieKsutaChteaco to great advaacaga.
These Steamer* have eeeenor eocoamodatlctti. Al
carry eypertaßeedSumafla. rheyard built tawa-ic
non seoiirara, ana cany patent ere
Oaaeral Weeem AibuX 'J lailia TeaCcfctcat
0r Bzeaancaoa jferopaaoMataaaoritasd m
ward BWaWW
50,000
BURLAP BAGS,
rov« BtSBEI,
Of nperior quality, on band and to arrive.
ilM| Small Gnnifi ut Doable
eaaay Bata.
HAWKINS ft
ET6 Sonin iffater street
8C6t9611W
AND BEST,
VICTOR 6AS BORDER STOVE,
At A. K, ft a. B. MILLAFTS.
oca Vi aid g? State treat
EXCISE STAMPS,
For Bank Check'. Draft*, Certificate of Daoosit. Cer
ffflcatrs Inio-ance. A-UnAC*! am >ant for sale by the
rcurctorof loteraal offloe M starr of eas
tern, Hoc»e Beliding, eoathwaat corner rooou
dotvt&st ;
Salts salt? salt:
tsoo hags Liverpool DAIRY Salt.
1,009 lUMhela Cause Cagliari Silt*.
A very superior article for Beef nod Pork.
___ HDD A W'LLtAlf3i
nc&'rt&ftaet No 129 South Watv street
piCTIFYINO AND FILTER-
Aw ISO GOAL.—Manehfoter’eNo.l
BBCTIVIIRB CBAA*
Always eahaad and toe •iy*3 , SSWI! ”***
to a r C»OT*I mio Agent, _
Doft-Ttfgat gupee* Booth ifenu meat
Ai.cohoi, and pure
gptym uaaegaetnred and kept oa
- n m afcrain «»w «r—»
tttNEGAB.— 2SO Bamto Chap-
T Dtt’B
: obio czdsh TvmoAm*
Oa MA Albrtth«tt»togy«^nai.to
■oAt«Mk . Vo. Hands SoninWu^uoat.
O T.— ie«o— X— ioo awes of
’min rUaxatiM tottoul
ntuwundis ,>r.cimar.
wn»» SlSIWtt IM»IWI>,
4,000
CROU«D ALUM SALT,
fcrahdMtototiwaMMlMkt
M iMIlf ’ BaIUStCV
Ntto SUftmtscmentg.
PRINTS
DOMESTICS
5(000 Packages
DRY GOODS,
At Less than Eastern Take.
DAVIS. SAWYER & €O..
40 * 42 Labe Street,
B.n * now n mm mannn
TO m*W IBUNH AXD in
■ana MMUt
Largest Stock of
DRY GOODS
West of Petr Tori, comprising all
the newest . ind most 'attrasthr*
gooth of the s oason, all of which
win be sold at i iricas much and*
Eastern Take.
CASH B YYEBB
Will Tiers find a sple cdld stock that;
wm pay them well k examine-.
mors ji shosl
The largest, Best &ssc rted aai
Cheapest Stack in the JHar ket.
WARRANTED GO ODS
Vovla store, wftieir the tride ' wW
do well to .ezaafna before bu
elsewhere?-.
Davis, Sawyer & €o v
No. 42 LAKE STBEET.
scS-u29i-3m*ii*wsyßet
fYKTICEOI THISITT-TMBURQH,
V* fort watxe * cmnxr.'i
The Intcreet enOepoti*onU4,ti3(rMNo?.willoep4lit
On Presentation of Coupons
To 6* J. Glover, Cashier.
OFFICE>'£AK 2IADISCN’ST. BRIDGE. CHICAGO,
„ .T.P, ir-Ni)EIL- ?r Tr^ifer.
i.ikb. n.i;v.t*vdw
wATS : TET>.—•* GhJWXS, sux
f f LEBS, KEWA DEALS:SB,
PEDDLERS ATXEVnOX Z
War Maps,
Uoyd’« New United StuT'w- >rap.
Price City ceaU. S.>nt to soy i*irtoftL**chim;ry o»
receipt of price, post paid.
Stationery Packages,
* 10 different styles; •
The D°ft *nd chespcn put up In the Wctt,
BDOWN LOEST’S GREAT ROtfli
. E«t-n price ft £3. seat bymail, pcetago paid, oar*
ccSpt of price. w
Pu!{J FOLIOS, I*7 IT. JN’K STAI7CS.
1A Over s.coo Vctr Maps Just received, Azenu
eeua stamp lor circular. A'idcts*.
K. It. L^JCDOy,
• 8S Lake street, opposite Fremont Moose.
ocls vStS-lm.
JfOßSiiL ,i ‘ —La <Ts. To a?I want*
* frr Fnrni*-Lanre unit tbrirfoT M’tlemont cf
• ineland, iujio emu ate. TUUirv '-fILFd uoatb ot
Ft!mtie ; pDla ; y .--llroiuJ. UlL’ii dritL.
ProtlarrM Larger Crops,
Twenty tract* At from *ls to r-“jper .vtre. payaMa
entuiu. (our icon.
Good ButlßSta Opening—Qo&u Sccisty,
P imereti Mir* aettitsz and DiaKiut
fj to i.HAS. & LANI*IS- Feat Pl* r-r,
CMtter vj« Oountv, Jitw ,i.*T«-*y.
t*npere cot lamia* mil imcrnutjou will he oca C tree,
noi u'loim
gTILES, BREWSTER & CO,
C«9raiMl«!( nESCHim
Office and Warehouse So. 2*l Son* h ptrcct
nnd Nc. 9 FraniUnstxeet. Liberal advaixrl m itiooii
cotiufcuinentj*. eoH> r.u&a
JAMESON A HICBARI>,
ATTOttNETS AT UW.
Ofacc f,7CNrS street. corner of liacdoluh street.
JO HA A. JAIUO«. n. V. MiKilaSOk
H. S. II; HBaUD Notary Psblle, ocli vuU ire
2,000 BaBFlEL *’
FINE SALT,
Jett received and for gale by
SOft-v&T-lW MATITSR & CO.
merchant STailors.
TAILORING!.
GEO. BTKEAKD,
46 CLARK STREET.
I am in receipt of s steckof
LONDON AND PARIS
COATIM6S, QASSIME3E3,
Dae&kins, Tweeds, Vestings, ic.
Which win he made up 1c the
LATEST STYLES !
IGCAiIAKT THEi.'OSr
Fashionable and Stylish Cut
In. the dCy.
FUMISHfNG GOODS.
I also trep constantly on MM Marie itmTcMfca
asbortment vf Gtnxlenian'S FCUN iSIUSu OCOD3,
UK (FORMS.
I sutler the best Attic:: nmT best qnaißW
ofOKFICECTa to be xoond wcjstof;*®W
Yotfc.
CEO. McKEWD,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
46 Clark Strut,
NEAJI TEE SHEEMAH HOUSE.
DEALERS IS
MEN’S FORNISHIN9 6999*
Vo. 8 Trexcot Block Durban Strwt,
Haro just lecctredaioll atock oforwy variety Of
FALL AAD IVISTEK GOOM,
Job lot <S GLOVES, very-cheap,
GOT DEN HILL SHIRTS,
And SHIRTS MADSTO WARRANTS*!
TO »IT.
Coliar*. Hea, Usdervklrta, Br»i«Hli
Half Booe, UhlkcUm
wc&j&njtm
UcmoMl.
PEARS OS & DMA
iba wcwtii to
NO. X 73 KTBKBr,
llersttij offer* livestock of
BOOTS AND SHOS3
AT WDOU3IV* ANDJSTAIL.
(eeSO-aaOMM]
O EMOVaL.—Christopher M*tz,
XV Aaoat tar the gem** R p; 3n«vt
Store f«r coal aad wood, and daolor la
■*i«fafiMta|. Hni4«in,a(ona,
Tin waia, ma. . .
gtotof!oU*s.
mure turner* am
STOVE POLISH,
t» o, ifr. «w_w, immi fcr
xannmt a*. Uon «r, a. &
IMHrrt) O M IWuAlp*
, nm,niraai*M4
Urt Qn**im bMtrli!
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