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'T'HE Great Wcßt is the promised
JL laud in the oyeroJ millions, both la the old World
•ndthenew. It* ferine toll endxnosnlflceat opportu-
Bttleslbr development are th*.great sources of its at
Iracilotg. But along ita beautfral streams there lurks
•malaria cf most deadly Influence, which Is The great
drawback of that splendid region, and mint remain
no for irsnr rears to come. Emigrants and others
who contemplate settlement In that section. *lll do
well to provide themselves with the only cure thathss
yet been fonnd efficient, speedy and certain: we mean
BOSTBTTEB’fi CELEBRATED BITTERS, which has
snatched burdteds from an untimely grave. Their
operation upon the digestive organs is soon felt to bs
fcenefldent. without being violent.
For sale by Druggists and dealers generally, every
Where. • anSO-KSMOt
Ul/UI2.
TODine water—is the most
Important discovery of modem chemistry, audit
fs Impossible to over-ctilnmts its Influence u a
remedial agezt, lodine has been considered the most
useful &!ticle la Maseeh Mzdica, and many of the
most adtsUfie and practical chemists and physicians
Lave Investigated Its effects upon the human system.
Xtiflptononceed to act upon the
HEART. LnEB EIDKEYS, DIGESTIVE OBGAXfI
AND GLANDULAR B JBIEU,
Old to have great control over
SCBOFtJLOtTB AFFECTIONS.
Notwithstanding the zeal and ability which have
been devoted to Its investigation, it remained almost
useless, until Dr. Eesry Anders, a physician and cheat*
ft of this city, after years of patient labor and experi
ment, discorded alchemical process which enabled
him to dissolve
PURE IODINE IN FOBS WATER
Without a solvent. This, eonviderel Impossible by the
cetontiflc world. Is ctUß’ed by certificates of anslym
from Dr. J. B Chilton of tbU dcy. and Prof. Booth! U.
8 Mint. Philadelphia. Toe Importance of this discov
ery was so highly appreciated by tne Faculty that It
was published in the Medical Journals and Hi use
recommended to practitioners (see American Medical
Monthly.*’ July C. 1750. page 7t.)
This valuable medlrdncußowavallableto the pub
lic for the cure of Bcrofnla la all Its manifold forms.
Consumption. Cancer. Heart. Liver and Kidney Db?
gw*. Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Nervous Affections.
Dyspepsia, and dlseasea arising from specific causes,
etc.
AS A TONIC,
Iti operation U evinced 2sy strengthening the digestive
orranaandlnereaetagtheappeaie. In cue* cf Dn
pepel*.Bmadanoaand Dobldty. an Increased nutri
tion or the body is the rectus of tne employment of
lodine. Thopatlentrecoverßfleah.atrenstnmndcolor;
hitherto pate. relaxed and xeebis. he becomes 2oH.
strong and florid.
Full clrerdoKS accompany cacti bottle
TESTIMOtfIALSMAV B£ SEEN AT OUE OFFICE.
Price *l per bottle, f5 per half dozen.
801 l by omggias. or scat by Express ca receipt o
priori. . ..
AlKcnsoltallore free.
DR, H, ANDES? A Co..
Phyrician* xmd Chemists. £23 Broadway. New York.
BLISS & 6HABP,
U4 lake Street, Agents lor Chicago.
aalS-kffiS-eow eod-TU-TE&BA
T\U. HILLIARD—Long and fa
vorablj known In the Northwest. has his office
Wtßßßandolph street. Chicago, np stairs,lor the cure
of an diseases,male orfemole. special attention giv
en to all maladies of long standing. I hare cored
some of the worst cases of blood diseases ever known
In this country. Patients at a distance can consult me
by letter with every confidence, Advice gratis. Ea«
.close stamp to secure a ready answer to interroga
tions. Female Golden Lunar Pina, price one dollar
per box. If sent to any distance three three cent
• atamps are required to prepay postage. Office hours
from fi AM. tin 10P. M. P. 0. Box 5590. Chicago, m.
anll-hS2S-2v •
r\R< JAMES, (formerly of New
OrietneJ whose unrivalled success in the treat
ent of Chronic, Mercurial. Blood, and other diseases.
•THAT REQUIRE BMLLFOL treatment,
as permanently located himself at 86 Randolph.
Street, Chicago. Dr.Jomeslsrecommcndcdbytheme
Uleal faculty, gad the almost entire press of the South.
Thousands of unfortunates hleas Dr. JAMES, who.
Oat Cor him. would be living a miserable exist
ence. The enviable reputation Dr. James erjoxs from
AeLakestotheGolLls the result of yean of study
and observe tlo a.
Dr. James usee no Mercury, iodide, Potassn, Arsenic
or flanaparffla. In the treatment of blood diseases,
latahencratlaer. which Is a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a sew and infallible
etbod.earing both time and expense.
Office and parlors at SC Randolph street, (up-etamj
OfficehonrsirotußAM.nntttfiP U.
CONffDLTATIOHB INVIOLABLE.
lyd-hOßaid&wlS
HAGANS MAGHOLIA BALM.
This Is tbe most delightful and extraordinary article
•stct discovered. It changes.the can burnt lace and
Viands to a pearly satin texture of ravishing beauty,
imparting tbe marble purity of youth, and the dib
■kkoux appearance so Inviting In the city btiQe o
fashion. It removes lac, freckles. pimples ani rough
aesa from the akin, leaving tbe complexion fresh,
transparent and smooth. It contains no material In*
Various to tbo eldn. Patronized by Actresses and
Opera Singers. It Is what every lady should have.
Bold everywhere.
DKBUS S, BABKEB & CO, 9
ySMiSSSs General Agents. 208 Broadway. E. V.
XJU OLFE’S AROMATIC SCHIE-
V * OAMBCHKAFf*.
& universal curative la -COSSUMPTIOK, re mo Tins
coopt. &c.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty as a Catholl
too In the removal of DYSPEPSIA, in all Its forma.
InDßorsritecatatUaliod curativeproperties hav
oss been without a rival. u attested by nalrere a
laedlcol testimony.
The Diuretic and Softest Properties of the “Aro
nmc fithiedam SchnappC* render** decidedly cfllca
dons In Gravel and s!l other affections of the Klflney*.
Is Goat and Bbemnsttmn, If takes In tho form of
(Tans punch, the patient lying warmly eoveredlnbed,
bla pore alcoholic dludlMioawßl effect aspeedy core.
Taken as hot punch, la humoral and Spasmodic Asth*
Da, It affords immprttfttw relief from the distressing
ymptoms. '
Sy Us peculiar and apodfle qualities, it afreets the
•old stage In Ague and Fever, and prepares the eystem
Dr the
m of the admitted coratlvea of tide
disease.
Administered is Cholera, Cholera Blorbns and Coho,
tremoreeepasm. restores the function olthcllvez.
rapidly produces healthy secretions. it should be ta
ken mixed with hot water and «U£*r.
aj a nervine, a Tonic and a Purifier of the Blood, a
rial of fifteen years. In all climates and under all dr*
eotnetances. hasetanpedlt with uclrctaslapprohuion.
Peculiars adapted to tho complaints ot delicate Fe
males. tt Rands pro eminent among the established co
taOvesol the day.
ItU the only aleoholle preparation In ooz country
bat can be generally Imbibed with pleasure andsafe
y; never, even when taken to excess, producing Head
ache or other unpleasant consequences.
Bold, handsomely wrapped in yellow papers. In pint
and quart bottles. oy all Dmggfeta. Apothecaries and
Grocers in the rmted biatee. t*orcrase tom the ad
vertised agent* to prevaatipip/vdflon. in connierfsu*
and imluaona. aethe whole country is flooded with
them.
Amy Sutlers and the Public.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the cttlxens of
Cde West, that be has appointed Messrs. J. H. Keed at
lio„ ox Celcago, bU agent* for the sale oi bts**celc
b rated Bctuecam aromatic Sctxsap pa," who will supply
Ibe Army Butlers and Westernn>erctianta.ath'cv York
prices, adding freight. ThbGln is row the standard
drink of thi world, it has been tested by the whole
Medics! Frcuty. end rroncuncedoy themto be the
purest liquor manufactured. Toe article has suffered
tu Its tale In the West for several years past, in conse
quence of toe great quantity of counterfeit Schnapps
which Laslx.cs r.tt’JS' , d olf by merchants of the West,
iocoQsvmmn. To avoid ttls heretfuir as much as pos*
tlble.be hat nppolrted the above-named Arm. agents,
waore can rely ou getting the genuine arti
cle. Attar Butlers will uni tm* Gin the cheapest Im
ported liquor It tni* country. ft u used In all the hoa
pltalslnScw yc:k.ilill*ce*phis ann Washington.
UDULPP.O WOLKE.
S Beaver street, Hew York.
9,000 Capes of Wolfe’s Celebra
ted gebiedam Aroma
tic Sclum ps,
J. E. R£KD & CO. Agents,
I*6 Lake street. Chicago.
Yorsaieby
myW-eUbSm
"C'TE AKD EAR.—Dr. Under
-X-i woofl.OcnlUtand AuTlit,«peratlvaßtt?geonfor
MJlcdntfs. lieiifntss, and ail due*.—s of the Jjro <md
liar. 121 Gvnflolph street. Chicago. IU. Artificial eyes,
ear-dicrs. trumpets.aurielcs, acon«ticchains. aonra
c-sducto:* aurlscilptum* and many other orhtnal
trie, acoustic *c d niechaslesl auaratus may be obtain
cdofD.’.l). TbeDermstobtolkoste systemaad the
m-mcticanflatnikterton mode used wltn great suc
cess. aulfi-k053-4w
T 33. SEELEY’S TRUSS KSTAB
JL* LISHaIKKT
12G Glut Street, CbUxgO)HL
Pole proprietor end manufacturer of the Hard Btfbbe
Truss. This Truic vlil cure Bupture, will never met
chafe. gall or bhstcr, frees the cord fro .a all pressure,
*k after* clean and good as new. Manufacturer aoo
dealer in Shouiaer Brace*. Abdominal Rapporteur, Kiik
Slastic Stockings, Ac.. Ac. Send ler Pampnlct*.
Dr. Wilcox'* Patent Artificial Leg.maniilactnrod by
D. Stofford. 126 Clark street. Chicago, iil haa many
Important advantages over any other limb known. u
warranted to girt perfect satisfaction. Bend for
pamphlet. dtJstArly x, tA*
T\R, HUNTER TREATS ALL
X y Cnronlc Diseases. such w Colds. Coughs. Con
ioiZipiioii.AeUinia.tue Lungs. Heart. fitoniKCb. Kid*
ttys. Bladder end iLe ilowe.s. Djwpepela. Diarrhea.
iJjeccterj. Gout, libcnTnatlsra,P&raJjns, Uip Disease,
vrtute Swelling*. end all complaints or women and
rblldrczi: bore Eyes and Ears, Cataract Discharges,
tlamng are Botzlig soundt. Dr. Eon ter la the only
mrffeon that cure* ■
UAKCLB&OLD SORES OB ULCERS. TUMEB3.
WENS. PILES AND FISTULA.
Without cvttiag with tUc knife. Allleuere must con
tain ten writs lor a speedy answer. Dr. HUNTER.
3ar(078. Eonrefl-pmS A.M.toB P.M. Offices! lUa*
nolpb street, corner of Dearborn. Chicago Illinois.
jcfiogMMy
np™ TURNED HEAD!—Tliis
.Maly'S' SS r is“ , “ , ‘ •tortaJii^eaio
CRISTADORO’B HATR j)YE.
Which in five minutes changes
WHITE TO BLACK,
Or rod to rich b-own. witboot drying un tea lalcan
tip hair. It Is the only vale hair dye in the VorbL
Maimfactcred by J. CIUSTaDohO. g *stor Hoosa
NewYctk. Sold everywhere, and applied by au Hair
DreFUTg,
Price sl. 51.50. and (3 per box. according to alee,
ouli-bsvim -
Tie confessions and ex-
PERIENCH OF AN INVALlD.—Published for
the benefit. and as a warning and a oatmok to
"Voung »iwi who suffer from Ucrvoos Debility, Pre
mature Decay the same
am#
TEE MEANS OF BELT CURE,
8? one who has cored himself alter being put to great
expense end misty tbroagh medical zmmbng and
Knackery.
By enclosing *y>ost paid addreesad envelope. Angle
JMntenr-.&ybebact of toe author. NATHANIEL MAF
®*li N - Bodfard, Kings County. W. Y.
ici<-g'jsc-3u.naw
13H.ES1 PILES!!
»2. WITFIELD’S
vegetable pills,
loßwSaSlwfSnS 1 .*"" tm FISTULA. BLIS»
mthM dU-
Tliose Pllli Lave b«a tried tor llie lSSir, ~ ,
audio nolartreacebare Uiej feiu toe"' TO ’-
Price w Mat. 1«S»% »r3«u to warm
For rale by BLISS d BHABP, lit Lail««« cu.
cago. xu. lyai taa 4^
TTAIR DTE! HAIR DTE!!
XJL BATcnKLOB’S celebrated HATBDVR ta m
Bxrr a the World. The only Opasxw* True and
Sjoiaule Dye known. Thl* enloudld llalr Dye is
Perfect—change* Bed, Busty or Grey Ealr instantly,
Co a Gx/Oxsv bLage or Natural Baowrr, witboot In.
lurliig the Hair or fiialalng the Skin, leaving the Hair
Bofl and Beanilful- imparts fresh vltallfy. froonently
xestortoE iu pmttne color, and rectifies the UTenects
of Bad Dyes, The Genuine la men ad Wiujav A.
XUTcaxnoß.wllothen are mere-lmltatlottS.and should
tie avoided Sold by all Druggist* AC. Factory BI
#arcl*7 «r«L »ew York. jjTe^My
3Btmlnng 'tm6 gtrj)cngfi
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE
UNITED STATES
5-2 0 ULO-A-IT
RECEIVED BE
A. G. BADGER & CO., Bankers,
Soniheost corner of
DEARBOEK ART EA3TDOLPE STREETS,
CHICAGO, TTiT i,
[acfl-k251-lal
CTOCKS BY TELEGRAPH.
tSceSph M “ t>3r °- 16110:1 ConnUMk,: 6i
New York Stock Exchange,
GOVERNMENT. STATE AND BAIL HOAD STOCKS
AND BONDS, and nil Negotiable Public Securities.
wenalteMberal advances an purchase* through as.
Orders promptly filled and commissions light,
DAKIN & HARRIS,
No. 2K Clark street.
lyS-hOS-ln
■yERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
No. 44 Wall St., Flew York,
WILL OOXTZSUZ TO 7UZSISB
U. S. FITE-TWENTY BONDS
As long m Issued by Government, a* par and Interest
CHJ-CKB on City Uaits iectdvel inpayment,
INTEREST on BONDS to commence on day of dp.
posit.
Conctamly on har.d.for sale at market rate • /
U. 6.6 Per Cent. Coopon Bonds of ISSL
. *£•S-Certificates of Indebtedness—lnterest payable
xn Gold.
- U. S Certificates of Indebtedness—lnterest payable
In Currency.
Seven-Thirty Treasury Notes.
Maturing Certificates cf Indebtedness collected or
Received in Payment of any of urn above.
(Tj-EO. C. SMITH & BRO.,
VJ Successors to J. W. Dbxzzl a co„
43 CLARE STREET, CHICAGO,
Bccelve Deposits! Make Advances upon Fro
dues fnStore and Shipments, and transact
General HanWng Business,
Bead. Deezzl & CO- dcessl A Co.
New York. ImyS-dMS-ly] Philadelphia,
TfTRBT NATIONAL BANK OP
-S- CHICAGO.—This lagtlration, organize! under
thcNatlocal Banking Law. Is located at
22 X. AS AX LB SXBEFT.
Capital, - - - - $250,000.
la prepared to fnmlih the usual facilities to custom
tocra sad correspondent*. E. AIKEN, President.
EDW B BBAISTED. Cashier
DnawroES r—E_A!kea. Berj.P. Hutchinson. John B.
Eherrasn. Sami W. Rice. Sami if
w'lwfSSvV 8411110 * Howard, Tracy J. Croriaa.
n.AUertoa. trß-g9SS-ly
ENDICOTT & CO.,
BANKEB3,
Corner Lake and Clark streets*
A general banting bualness transacted. jyi-g9CI Sm
advances on produce.
ff The tmdendgned are prepared, as b eretofore. to
la ike advances or authorize tirmfta against Produce
hipped to their correspondents la the principal taor.
Lets In Great Britain. BIDEY & CRAWPOBD.
_ Bt- Petar street. Montreal.
Bxp«rNCx—Bank of Toronto, Montreal.
icy2t-eSß&am
r PHE MERCHANTS, FARMERS
•«- AND MECHANICS SAVING'S BANK.
» Clark Street, Chicago, HI.
Office hours from 10A.M. to BP.M. Also, from BP
M.toBP.M. Tuesday and Saturday.
INCORPORATE© IN 1881.
Its per cent. Interest Savlnge.
DIBXOPOB6 ASD OPriOZBS.
_ „ Presldenl-S. H. FLEETWOOD.
Ylce-Ptat—p. Counsel-Wat. C. Gotdt
Vice-Prcst—F.R.W astral*. Cashier—Srssxr Mrxxs
_ „ ioasp or xxAxrsnms.
J.C. Pergo. J. M. Rountree, M. Lewis,
J.£.Jones. T. 8. Phillips. B.s.nayee
IMBSSSbLSiaSt ESiL,
ALUW.Jones. w >.Doggett. seß&-u#l-?y
."RANK OF AMERICA,—PubIic
Notice Is hereby given, that an BlCi or Circulat
ing Notes oi tbe
“BANE OF AMERICA,**
Beetoare Incorporated and doing business in the city
of Chicago, nnderthegcnerol banking laws of the State
of mmols, must be presented for psymert to the Audi
tor or Public Accounts of said &tate. athis office la
the oty of SrrtDgfield. within three veers from the
date here©., or the muds deposited lor the redesorOou
cl said notes will be given ud to said bank. 1
Doted this SStta day of May. A. D. IS^l.
e. w. wmag"
CARD,
The Marine Company of Chicago,
• Stockholdara ot this UisUtntion bating cosSrlb.
utecasdp&tdln ■
M2W CASH CAPITAL,
SfJ!f^ l ss? Cost ? iL * T or Chicago la now ready to
CTagsact ftpgpo^.cr<lar«, sndoCea Ua services to
customers and correspondent*, ta »u nooiea truuiu.
Hons. Index lu amended cnartcr. two <tLaaact e».
partsents are established;
1. A General Deposit* Collection Loan
Department.
2. A Savings and Trust Department.
The buicesa and transactions ot each department
are required tojbe entirely distinct and Independent ot
csch other, so that In no event shall the funds of the
ta vines Department he jeoparded tv the other trao
actions or business of said Company.
3e7-eH33g
©mcatiunai.
r T'UITIO2s'.—The undersigned will
JL rrconunetcc her course of instrocnen (recently
meb Ifhed) for yennp ladles, on tbe Ist Wcdeeidsvof
fccptrinhu*. Itc coarse embraces a 1! the tunal branch
es tana t at the schools and those teat are termed ex
tras, vrz: n*os!e. tot*l sad IsetromentaL Drawing.
Frerdnard Italian. Under thcsj*Bten adopted by tie
unceiupned, the papll has the advantage ot all the
fcregclLg trir.de*. without additional cbarce the
plan being to consider what arc usually tinned ae
ccoplishxnecu as ccccs&ary parts in a young lady’s
education. ‘the number or pupil* will he limited to
twelve. Cn&rge. S3O a term, payable In advarca. Cir
culars can be tad at residence,\n tbs University, cor
ner cf Chicago avenue and Gasset..at wLlchpisseap
plications on behalf of pupils. can also he made.
anlS hCIC-lw MBS. QUACRRN3O3.
(2J. LENDALE FEMALE COL
VJ LEGE Tbe first scislon of the tenth collegiate
year, will bwdntEPrEVjnrß mb, ISSI Tbe Load
tution Is located in GLBKDALB a suburban village.
15 miles from Cincinnati. on the Cinc*nn*d. Hamilton
A Dayton EaUroad. Tbe site and ranronndtngs ate of
unsurpassed beauty. Tbe Instructors and coarse of
etncy.both in tbe literary and ornamental depart
ments, are not Interior to theta of try Institution In
tbe West.
for Catalogues, containing terms, etc.. aldrara
EEV. J. G. M'JNFOBT, D D„
Glendale, H axil ton Co„ Ohio,
anIDkCCO iw
L'OEEST HOME, FOK BOYS.—
JL Ob the Lake f-horo fonr rn"ea from Chicago. The
Fall term of jß‘r FA&fiuY tC’JOOL commences ca
Wednesday. September Cd. Inquirers for more spe
cific Inicrmallon, will address
_ W. A, KICHOLS,
nnl&-kCSMw-lg Box 1103. Chicago.
A CADFMY OF LAKE FOREST
-TJI CXlYriißlTT.at Lake Fo:crt. LL The filth
year oi tills Institution will commence on Wedeos
day. Scpierr.btr 9th nest Clrenlars glvl3r lollpartis •
ntais v:il be tect on application to Prof. it. C- Butler
A. M.. Principal. Lake Forect or Peter Page. Chicago
PostOoiceßox 2>6 Coma ires ox lysrcucriog—
Ect Z. M. llomnlirey. liov. K tV. Patterson, D. D
l£ev Anthony £wazy, XL M. Thompson. Era* H. E.
Bcelye, Eeq. PETES PAGE. Sec’y.
■Lake forest, Acgoat 18. 16*3. Bull-k4t2td
PITTSBURG FEMALE COL
LEGE.—Ear. L C. PEEEIUNQ. D. D.. President.
Ancnaacne pastyear i't Superb building*. Nine
teen able and accomplished leichera. UnsnrpMsad
far.lHUfae In the ornamental branches. Thorough and
eittnfive roortc of »fuf.y. Forty Dollars per tono
ptj s all expenses in lbs boarding department except
s-AfhicpandtiuL Next term commences SenL Ist,
Bend to President rerewne for a dtalocue.
, M. SUiPSON,PresidentTrustees,
PlttsbTJg.Jnir7.lßC3. ]y&Mißß»-5w
F
‘AMILY SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
If umber limited to Twelve.
AdflrcsisE. BAKIiEK, LaUo Forest, 111.
JSS3 liSS-lCt
VOTING LADIES’ SEMINARY,
JL AT L&KK FOREST. ILLINOIS. 1
Tbe Tan Tens or iMs Institution will commence os
TBULSDAV. the irtli day oi September next. Circu
lars and any desired Information may be bad on a?»B.
cation to tbe undersigned.
im b. dickinson. .
UNION COLLEGE
AND
mLITARY ACADEMY,
FULTON, ILLINOIS.
The third year of this popular Institution will open
Bert. 2d pros, Tte J.lpb-*r advantages for Literary.
Scientific and HUliaiy Education ate here combined.
Bpertal etustlos is paid to physical culture, and a
fklMol obyaidar. Is connected wltn toe Faculty, ah
cadets from abroad room and board in the Con ere
BuDdlrg*. as also the teachers, and are under that;
constant care and Influence. TherolsafuU corps cl
experienced teacher*, and all necessary appointment*
The original con of the college property was y 30.090.
For circular* address _
COL. D. & COVERT. President.
jySS-hTCMZP Fulton. IlliaoU.
Soportntraljqi,
f'|o PARTNERSHIP NOTICE
\*J The undersigned have lonnel a eo-partnershlp.
uroPMueaiyiooi Sirapsoa & Hughes, for thetrans*
Dry Good* baua&M. end wlUopen
«•» W. A. SIMPSON, ¥
- DAVID HUGHES.
OOPAUTNERSHIP notice.—
admitt ea Mr. J.TV. J, Gallon
Co Pa ETNEEsirtp Notice —»»,« .
PAKKBB, CCITOR 4: SVBIGPE.
FOS ’
General Commission Business,
IST SoiUi Mater Street, Cidugo, m.
We than confine ourselves to an ezclndvely Com
mission butineia. We are prepared to mate cash ad
vances on shipment* tooors«lvej.onrcorretpMdent
East or South, and on property in store.
h. S PASSES 3W. J. CCLTOfi. JIABOLD SPSAOTTB.
Chicago. Aug.. 11.1*3. Jr2S-h557-Im
Cool.
POAL! COAL!! COAL I! I
KJ The Scranton. Plttatou. wnkeaharre and Sha*
mcklnCoal Companies of Poimeyivaala again offer to
the public tbeU choice IhsUycoalaagfollowi la
LOII*.
LABGEEG6,
SMALLESa,
BINGE,
CIIESXUT
V, , ATDITOT.
rtSSJ erelaidrelT. ui ftratljb con-
OmSSfaffi 4! 'Sf »w« market rrlcei.
,uw ‘- t* 6 boatb Matkat
°£Srt*SSiSS : „ l nrt , M {^S o Liy?. r 2ieci o,t
Co ‘"
B. LAW
€l)icaga tribune.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20. 1803,
A BOJUKC£ OF THE WA.IS
Interesting Correspondence— Strug
gle Between Lore and Daly,
The New York Times publishes the follow*
ing interesting correspondence:
Deis Cousin : I wrote to Gen- Banks
&nd he wrote to me that I should not be dis
turbed, Afterwards Capt- , of the cav
oliy, got permission from Gen. Banks for two
physicians to attend ns If necessary; —-and
and took away nearly all our -men, and said
they were coming to day to take every one
on the land—men and women.
Dr. was badly shot in the arm three
weeks ago last Sunday, returning home from -
seeing a sick Federal soldier. Four Federal
doctors attended him of the ICOih New York.
Dr. Benedict, Chief of WeiLzsl’s Stall, visited
him; they showed him great kindness and
sympathy.
I am expecting to bo confined very soon;
have been confined to znj bed two or three
days, and perfectly helpless for several days.
Oh I pity poor me, cousin ; my husband
can't move in his bed, and I can’t turn overiu
mine, and let ns have some one to nurse us. -
Dr. sends his respects and begs that you will
come over and see our helpless situation. Do
come soon and try to do something for your
poor afflicted cousin. Yooremsin,
L. Adelaide ...
July 21, 18C3. •
This letter elicited the following reply;
Headquarters, United States Fobces,
Pom Hudson, July 22, 1803.
Cousin Apex.aide; Your letter of July 21
has reached me sately. lam now where I
never expected to be, in arms, as an officer of
the Government I love better than life—ot the
old United States—against traitors and rebels,
who have raised their hands against it to de
stroy It.
The orders of 'my Government have sent
me here, to Louisiana, among my relatives,
from all of whom -1 have, in times of peace,
received the most generous and hos
pitality.
I would not recall the past to awaken re
grets; but I think if Dr. will refer to
letters written by mo In the fall and winter of
ISGO-’CI, he will find I wrote to him, as well
as to your father, also Cousin John N. and
’John N., Jr., Maj. , Col. , Gen.
Dr.—, all the neighborhood of influential
men In. parish, besides to others in dif
ferent parts of the South—both in this State
and others—and that the results I then pre
dicted, in case of war by the South against
the old Government, are now coming to pass.
You must remember cousin, that I am an
officer of the Federal Government, carrying
out, to the best of my ability, its orders; and
helping to put down treason in the land. One
of the steps taken by that Government to
weaken its enemies Is to declare all the ne
groes in the land free. This I think
necessary, and advantageous in fhi*
contest. I cod, therefore, only
give you and the doctor this advice.
Treat them immediately as free men and free
women. Tell them they are free—that you
give them their freedom, then offer them rev
Bonahle wages per month for their labor, and.
my word for it, you will have enough remain
and nurse you and the doctor, and to make
the com crop beside.
I fear it will be impossible for me to call
•and see you. I should be going into the ene
my’s country, where my life and liberty are
held in too slight estimation. My duties,
acting under orders, may carry me near your
house, and I would then stop and see you,
though what I could do I know not, except
to aid you hi persuading the negroes—your
former slaves, but now ireemen—to become
your hired servants and remain on tout plan
tation.
I hare not seen nor beard from any others
of my relatives hereabouts. You may convey
this as.my advice to dl who formerly owned
neeroes: employ them at‘reasonable wages,
or lose tbcm, and your lands will be uotlUcd.
Your cousin and friend, (if a friend to my
country.) ***
Mrs. L. Adelaide ■■■ ■ Parish, La.
lEIIBIBIE TRAGEDY IN CALI.
FOBNIA.
An Illinois Madman Commits Fearful
Atrocities*
[Prom the Territorial (Cal) Enterprise.]
From Mr. J. FrankcntUal, (of the firm of
Schloss & Co., -wholesale liquor dealers. C
street,)-who has just arrived in the city from
BecEc River, -we have just received theiollow-'
lug particulars concerning one of the blood*
iest tragedies that has ever occurred in the
Territory. Among the employees of Mr: Buell,
the mill man. at Austin, -was an emigrant
named Cornell, from Illinois, a peaceable,
quiet rersor, and very well liked by such as
knew Idm. For the past three weeks he-had
shown symptoms of Insanity, and although
there were not of & nature to excite much at
tention, It was deemed best to deal with him
with caution. He went to bed on Saturday
night last about 8 o’clock, and at 10 o’clock
Lis tent-mete followed his example. Fearful
of exciting Cornell if he entered the tent ab
ruptly, the man first awakened him by calling
him toftly by name; he thendrewaside the i
curtain, and was In the act of stepping in, i
e * ruclt him a blow with an axe. I
which cut his nose and forehead badly, and
almost felled him to the ground. Recovering
In a moment, however, he ran for Ms life, and I
Cornell alter him, hut the latter stumbled I
over a tent- rope and fell, and the accident en- I
abled his victim to escape. The ra n
down Into the midst of the town, entered a
crowded saloon, and began to lay about frifp
with his axe, bestowing his blows upon any
that came in the way.
The first cut a man’s arm badly; the second
severed another’s hand from the wrist; the
third Inllicted a wound upon a bystander’s
head, also smashed the chandelier, shrouding
the saloon in total darkness in a moment!
The Invisable scene which ensued was of the
wildest description, the crowd broke with
one impulse toward the doors, making chaos
of chairs, tables and every thing that was sus
ceptible of being dismembered, and were met
there by another crowd attracted to the soot
by the skricks ai d shouts ot the wounded,
who appeared as anxious to get into the sa
loon as their brethren were to get out. Some
body In the saloon, in the hope of dispersing
the new comers by the wholesome fear of
fire-anne, discharged a pistol, which the
effect of increasing the panic, at least. But
in the meantime the crazy man had escaped.
As the news spread abroad the citizens by
common cement, took shelter behind bolted
doors, and awaited the coming of the
destroyer with whatever of comfort i
the circumstances permitted. Aftcra while I
a man came running from the direction of 1
Chilton, with a ghastly wound in the side i
of his head, which had almost taken off one I
of his tars. He only begged for water, and '
was too much stunned to answer questions i
Intelligently. ‘When somewhat recovered, he I
said that as he was coming in from Clifton, a I
man came running by, struck him with an
axe, and continued his flight without stop- I
ping. This man whose name Mr. Franken- I
thaThad forgotten, will probably recover. A
posse of citizens, armed with revolvers, start- I
cd at once in pursuit; but they were too late. I
Cornell had slaughtered three toot passengers
already between Austin and Clifton. i
At last, be had desperately, and perhaps j
fatally wounded three men. One named An. I
dcreos, was reported dead on Sunday morn
ing at the time Mr. F. left. Another, called
“Frency,” had his head gashed iu such a man- :
ner that the brain protruded. The third, a
German baker—name unknown—lt is thought,.
cannot possibly get well. As Cornell entered
Clinton, he came upon Deputy Sheriff Chas.
Tourrnan and -‘Nick” ; , abarber, formerly
a resident of tliis city, engaged in conversa
tion, and without a word of warning, he
levied a murderous blow at the latter with his
axe; Kick warded it off with his hand, the
bones of which were crushed to pieces, and
away the madman fled down the narrow street
o Clinton, (which was still lighted, and many
persons traversing it,) without turning to tho
right or the left, and without offering to mo
lest any one. Nothing more was seen of blm
until early the next morning, when his body
was found about halfamilc beyond tho village,
with liis Uuoat cut from ear to car—ln fict,
the head was half severed from tho body; the
wind pipe was cat in two, the back of tho
head was crushed in, and around about tho
heart were five stabs, cither one of which was
perhaps tuflldent to cause
The people were undecided as to whether he
killed himself, or whether some one else kill
ed him; however, that could hardly be, be
cause no man could inflict the stabler either
of the other wounds upon himself, and then
survive and retain his strength and conscious
ness long enough to consummate both the
others; consequently we infer that some ben
efactor of mankind disposed of tho desperate
lunatic. Thus, eight men received wounds
worth mentioning, and a dozen others got
scratches from the random blows of the axe
in the saloon. As we said before, three out
cf the eight just mentioned will dio. Mr.
Frankenthal saw all the wounded men, and
also the dead body of Cornell, aud was on
hand when the bloody work first began.
The Behcl Pittance Question Abroad.
(Per Steamer Hibernian, 15th.)
- The Coi.federato loan on the otli opened at
a farther violent decline, the first transaction
being 35 to SO discount It afterward rallied,
cloflng at 20 to 24 discount.
The Times' city article. In its remarks on
the subject,says; Those-whonow suffer arc
net to be reproached for a want of sagacity,
however much they may have exhibited a
want of caution. The example famished is
simply a confirmation of the tearful uncer
tainty that must beset all investments that de
pend upon militaiy success or reverses. If
the battle at Gettysburg bad been won by the
Confederates, theloan, which a few days pie
vioudy was largely buying at one premium,
would probably have experienced a rise nearly
equal to the tall now witnessed since. There
was every symptom that the result would
have led to the establishment of Confederate
power la Washington, and a prompt adhesion
tram Kew York and Pamsylfanla.
contains a latter from Mr.
‘“f tte loan, who says the
M'S. He states that too cotton is principally
in Georgia and Alabama, ami somealsoS
Mississippi, North Western Lomlona and
Tc-kaSJard is stored ,on the plantations of
planters from whom It was purchased ■ in
sheds and warehouses, 800 feet from other
buildings. Hr. Hcßae says the capture of all
the Confederate seaports would not endanger
the loss of a single pound of cotton, as there
are no stocks of cotton at any of them. Nor
arc there any considerable stocks of cotton
at any one place in the interior, care having
been taken by the Confederates, as well as by
the Stale governments, that no cotton should
be stored at any port wUbinfiye miles of rail
road stations or navigable streams. That
poitlonofthecrop which h&d been brought
to vaiions interior depots has long since been
taken bade to the plantations. Cotton irfll
be ddivered to any holder of bonds, if de
manded, as provided for In thfe' fourth article
of the contiact.
The Ninth Army Corps.
Gen, Granitoid farewell totheNinthArmy
Corps, (Burnsides’ old corps) which assisted
in the reduction of “Vicksburg, in tire follow*
irgaedress: t . , t . .
HzADQUAiiTXrs Dept, op the Teztxessek, )
VioKsnnio, Ja]yel,zd63. (
In returning the Ninth Corps toils former com
mas t?,it is with pit esnre that ihe Gencralcomm-tnil
iagccki owledgca its valuable cervices in the cam
paign jo?tclo«ed. Arriving at Vicksburg oppor-'
tanely, taking positloato bold at bay Jolnstoa's
arpjy.tuca threatening tho forces investing the
c.ty, it was ready and eager to assume the aggress
ive at any moment.
A^c; “ c , fall of Vicksburg it formed part of the
,1. , iS Te Johnston from his position on
the Big Black Biver, into his entrenchments at
Jackson, and after a siege of eight days compelled
him to fly in disorder from the Mississippi Valley.
Talor, and general good conduct of
the Ninth Corps are admired by an, on£ Its valua
ble co-oporatlon In achieving tae final triumph of
the campaign Is gratefully acknowledged by the
mmy of the Tennessee. HaJ.Gon Parke will cause
the different regiments and batteries in his com
mand to inscribe upon their banners and guidons,
“vicksburg” and “Jackson,”
‘ ly order of Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant.
L. S. Bowses, A. A. A 2 G.
Pleasure Excursion trom Germany to
tlio United States.
* The St. Louis Republican says that a. num
ber of wealthy Germans have agreed to under
take a gigantic pleasure excursion across the
Atlantic to the United States, , They intend
:to leave Vienna on ufe 15th ol the present
monthj and the mail steamer Honsa is to
the party on board at Bremen on the 18th.
From Bremen they they will go to Southamp
ton, where they will remain .gome thirty
hours, to visit the surrounding scenery and
the Isle of Wight They will then cross the
ocean to New York, where excursions to
. Brooklyn, Hoboken, Now Jersey, Governor’s
Island, Staten .Island, &c,, will be the order
of the day. A special steamer will take the
excursionists up the Hudson, where they will
visit Sing Sing, West Point, and Albany;
they will also stop at Bufihlo and Niagara
From Buffalo, a lake steamer is to take the
party to Cleveland, where they will take the
cars for Pittsburgh, Harrisburg and Philadel-
Pblf. At the latter city, they will-visit Laurel
Hill Cemctciy, Sweet Brier Farm, the Schnyl
kill Falls, Greenwich Point, Gloucester Point.
Germantown, &c. Next, life party will start
for Baltimore and Washington, pay their ad
dresses to President Lincoln, visit the Capl
tol, Mount Vernon, and, if possible, the
Army of the Potomac; thence to Fortress
Monroe, and finally back to Europe.
A Dr. Victor Mnenzberg, of Vienna, who is
recommended by the North German Lloyd
by Cherbettc, Kane & Co , ol London, and a
number of other large houses in Europe, is
the principal manager of this gigantic enter
prise, and has issued a number of tickets at
one thousand guilders each (about $450.)
From the time the steamer leaves Bremen to
the day of return, he famishes provisions in
full, except wines, for the whole company. A
Vienna physician accompanies the party. The
rickets insure a return triptto Europe by
any steamer of the Lloyd line for one year.
If the party comprises fifty persons, 'one
marshal, and if a hundred, two marshals, who
are to be thoroughly accnalnted with the
United States, wilt accompany the excursion
isls. This prelect enjoys tne protection of
the Austrian Consul, Gen. Loosey, in New
York.
A Copperhead Divine in Limbo.
The Rev. Geo. W. Black, of Mercer county,
lias got himself into difficulty, by attempting
to commit a rape upon a daughter of Mr.
Fowler, living Inthe lower end of this county,
in the townsblteof Drury., The Rev. scoun
drel went to Mr: Fowler’s house when all the
Inmates were absent, except this daughter,
and attempted to commit a rape. .The girl
got away from him and ran into iho garden,
and several persons approaching she was res
cued from the libertine. He was arrest eland
brought before Messrs. Drury and Simpson,
Ju'tictE of the Peace, who bound him over
in the sum of 6250 to appear at the next term
of onr Court in St ptember. Much complaint
is manifested on account *1 the smallness of
the bond. The Rev. Mr. Black is one of these
ranting Copperheads who* has denounced the
Government and everything it has done os un
constitutional from the commencement; He
is one of the leading politicians of the Cop
perhead persuasion, and is their standing
spokesman on all great occasions. Let other
Copperheads take warning from the fate of
this individual and repent of their political
heresies before their influence lands them in
perdition, where there has as yet been no
pjovislonsmadeforarcsurrection.— Hock Is
land Union,
Tbo Negro Exodns.
[From the St. Joe (Mo.) Herald, 16th and 16th.]
Hebe They Go— Thebe They Go.—Over
ICOnegiocs took their masters’ horses and
wagons in Saline county, last Sunday, and
in open day formed a procession and marched
to Kansas. There Vdngs arc marching on.
Stampede d» Platte. — A gentleman from
Platte county informs us that thirteen slaves
left that county on Wednesday, and went to
Kansas. They went in the light of the noon
day sun.
A large lot of contrabands arrived In El
wood yesterday morning. They were from
Ray county, in this Stale, and crossed the
river a short distance below this city. Alter
a few days of rest, they will enter the “ army
of the Lord.”
Tins Great Run.— All of E. B. Kirtley’e
negroes left their muter hare lest njr*t- fbr
parts unknown. -
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Are used by Ihoasacda of Isdle*. and NEVER FAIL
to remove oil obßtxuctloca of nature from whatever
came.
Ivon’s Periodical Props
Arc the only fbmalc remedy that caa ho relied oa la
.all cues.
Ivon’s Periodical Drops
Are a scientifically compounded fluid preparation, and
oa auch, challenge the world.
USE ONLY
lyon’s Periodical Drops
When suppressed nature needs a regulator.
lyon’s Periodical Drops
. Cure every time Suppression of the Mensca. Lencor
jvan. Dyacccoreah. Prolapsus and may always bo
ukeni with perfect safety, except when forbidden in
the directions.
BUY 03NX.Y
lyon’s Periodical Drons
And thereby securerellef at a trifling cost.
Ivon’s Periodical Drops
Are prepared only by
DB. JNO. L. LTCN,
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN, NEW HAVEN. CONN
25,000 BOTTLES OF
Lvon’s Periodical Drops
Have been sold In six month*, ana every lady I* satis
fied. Try one bottle and you will be convince! of
their power to cure.
Price, SI per bottle.
For sale by every DrujreJat In city and country
everywhere. Ttetradesappllcdby
LORD & SMITH,
“Wliolesnlo Druggists.
Jya-tSSartewwAT lr a Lake atreet. Chicago.
The sale of the Plantation Bitters Is'wltboat perce*
dent tn the history of the world. There Is no secretin
the matter. They are at onco the most speedy
strengthening fceatthreatorer ever discovered. it re
quires but a single trial to understand, this. Their
purity can always be relied upon. They are composed
of the celehratsd Callsrya Bark. Cascaillla Bark, Dan*
dellon, ChamomCs Flowers. Lavender Flowers. Win
tergreen, Anlee. Clover buds. Orange peel. Snake-root,
. Caraway. Coriander, Burdock,
B.—T.—lß6#—X# Sc c.
They arc especially recommended to clergymen,
poblle speakers, and persons of literary habits and se
dentary life, who require tree digestion, a relish for
food, and dear mental tsenltles.
Delicate persona and weak persons are certain to
find In these Bitters wbat they have so long looked for.
They parity, strengthen sndlnvlgorate.
They create a healthy appetite. .
They arc an antidote to change of water and diet,
Theyomcome effects of dlsslpatlonandlatehonra.
' They strengthen the system and enliven tte mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers
They parity the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyrpepala and Constipation.
They cute Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache,
They arc the beet Bitters In the world. They make
the weak man strong, and ore exhausted nature's
great restorer.
The following startling and emphatic stale manta can
be seen at our office..
Letter of Rev. E. F, CiUNn. Chaplain Of the lORh
Kew York Regiment:
Kxab AoQnACsscc. March 4th, isttx .
Owing to the great exposure and terrible decompo
sition sflerthe battle ol AnUetam, I was utterly pros*
trattdandveryslck. My stomach would not retain
medicine. -An article called Plantation Bitters, pro
pored by Dr. Drake, cf New York. was prescribed to
give me strength end an appetite. To my great sur
prise they gave me Immediate re' Jet Two bottles al
meet aHowedmo to Join my regiment. • • * » i
have dree soen them used lu many cases, and am free
to.say. for hospital or private purposes I knew of
nothing like them. Bet. E. f. crane. Chaplain.
[Letter from the Rev. N. E. Gums, St. Clalrsville. Pa:]
QnsTLKMns .“—You were kind encash, on a former
occasionto send me a half dozen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3.50. My wile bavins derived so much
benefit from the use cf these Bitters, ' L desire her to
coitlnue them, and you will please send ns six bottles
more for the money inclosed,
lam,verytruly. yours,
H. E, Goss, Pietor Ger. Ret. Church.
Cold mss’ irons. Bd» nnsTssnsYT’s Office. i
. ■ Cincinnati. Ohio. Jan, 13th. 1563, j
Ibaveglvwiyour Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
oct noble soldiers who atop bore, more or less disabled
from various causes, and the effect Is marvelous and
gratifying.
Such a preparation as this Is I heartily wish in every
family. In every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field." - G.W.D Akdbxwb. Superintendent.
Dr. 57. A 1 Childs, Sargcon of the Tenth Vermont
Beglocnt, wrltca:wish every soldier had a bottle
of Plantation Bitters. They arc the most effective,
perfect and harmless tonic I ever used." .
- . 'Wn.UA.rD’fl Hottc, >
Washctotox, D.c..Maynaa,isS3. j
GEsrmwsx-We require another supply’ of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity of which dally In
creases with the guests of out honss. -
Respectfully, Srxxs. Chadwics & Co.
AC, Ac, AC. Ac. Ac. Ac.
sure that every bottle bears the fac simile of oar
signature on a steel p'ate label, with oar private stamp
over the cork.
P.B. DRAKE A CO.,
202 BROADWAY. N. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggists, physicians. Gro
cers; Hotels. Saloons and country dealers.
JyGO-bas-lhn that
JLLIKOIS CLARET,
Equal to tio Beat Imported.—so cents a Bottle.
Manufactured by
, GALE BROTHERS,
AKD.WABREHTED PURE.
203 RANDOLPH STKEET.
m
SALERS
)Ei
DJ
WOODEN WIRE, BROOMS,
Pails, Broshes, Mats, Twines, Cordage,
Tubs, Churns, Cradles,
Wagons, Chairs, Baskets, Sect
IS FULTON AND 203 FRONT-ST,
jrl.graima kew tore, .
~p EMINGTOy’S
ASD NAVY
is!f 'LJ KEfOLTERS,
i&fiß APPROVED BY THE GOVERNMENT.
Warranted super! cr to acy other oUtol of
the kind. .Manufaciured by E-KEMINQ-
TuKaSOKS. IJon. Kew York. And sold by the prin
cipal dealers. t*3-5i3W-ia
Sommuflton liHnrtljanl*.
(TJ.AIIO WAT & CO,—Packers,
V/ ProTlatonDealers and Generali
COMMISSION im&nCHANTS.
Office ISO Bcntb Water sheet. Dosrd of Trade Building,
CUesjo.
We have a iarpe Stock c 1 Smeked Hina and Shout
den. both scaur aid p'aiu cuileg. canvassed a ad ua
ctinTa«eo. which we offer at low market rales. Or
dera rfetectfaily s&llclied from the city acd country.
Wo bay trd !>eJl:or other* every description of Pro
dree aid Proalxicas. We pay tae
price for CiackUcgs. GALLON/AT ft CO.
aum-NSO^-Sm
V-&N WA6ENEX & CO.,
T GENERAL
COIHIBISSION UEEK CHANTS,
ISB South Water street. Chicago. Cash advances made
oa consignments to Buffalo. Oswego and Sew York,
with pmt:ege of file at either place.
CJ>. TASWAOKTOT. X.H.JOSDLK.SOiOOSS.y3OSOOX
Qyt-haa 2m]
coasmssiON amncosA.vTS, -
Particular attention given to orders for near, Grain,
WocLftc. LJbem! advances madron consignments ta
Buffalo. Scv York. Poston and Montreal.
Warehoc’S 83 and W South Water street. Chicago. BL
j. up jo. fse2B-n3SS-ly r.a.oiasa.
PEARCE & CO.,
COSSNISSIOV MEnCHANTS,
225 Soot i Water street, (cp stairs) Chicago. HI.
Advances made on consignments to Woodruff ft Co.,
Kew York, acd Hen lag ft woodruff. St. Louis.
Jfcl3-gi>o-am
: A EBERT MORSE & CO.,
iA PEODUCB
COSmiSSION HEBCHASTS,
No. IS Couth Water street. (Aiken's Building.
Chicago. Illinois.
C7~Buslnes3 confined strictly to Comnlisloc__i*i
(auffltfca-ly]
ABUT & CO.,
conmissioN hebceanis,
IS6 Soath "Water street- LL'jcnJ adrancaamadao*
Floor, Grain and Provisions, to be sold here or by
WU. A. BROWN ft CO„ New York.
A. Atnt. J, H. HXJ3IBUI
ATTO3SETB AST) COCSSEIXORS AT tAW,
Eoam 6. Portland Block, southeast cone. Dearborn
and Washington streets. Chicago- F. o. Drawer 5C38.
OimtST O. WAH3B. [myd-cITS-am] B.g.Tnnv.«,
Q-ILBERT, UPDIKE & CO.,
cosmissiON HEftcniirrs, t
No. ia LaaaDe street, Chicago. P. O. Drawer SSBS
Exchange on St. Louis Wanted,
o. J. ottBBBT, ) ssjjrxßD.on.mtcT * co.
o. w. tiroior. > so. S City 13 aUdio is.
x. 0. esxHAUD. ) 0e27-g7S3-3ml St Louis!
pEKISTOK & CO.,
COmiSSION BEB CHANTS,
LIVERPOOL.
RantßSSCM:—Messrs. Page. Mcliardsoa ACo.Jk)Btoa.
Middleton A Co., Zlew Torfc.
Snow A Burgess. do.
Jobnston A Bajley, do.
Cash advance made on consignments of Previsions
Ploor.&c., to tba sJjotg bouse oy
HEKHY fItTLTTARD & CO.
19 Laaalle street, Chicago,
delfrylM-ly
Jusnraiut.
JJOME INSURANCE.
Garden City Insurance Company,
of caicico.
Cash Capital ■ - - - - $200,000
Office Ho. 1 Board of Trade Building,
JOHN C. HATSEB. President.
GEORGE SCHNEIDER. Vice President.
HARRY fi. BROWN. Secretary
Board of Directors.
C, B. Sawyer, of Baris, Sawyer * Co.
L. B. gmwAT.of Turner d : Sid way.
Jouk B. PnaggOH. Bant lillct Is and Mich. Canal.
Gboboe CcnsziDßß, Collector internal Ravtinue
Jared Oaob. or Gaze ft Hearit.
Joux C. Doss, of Nowell ft Bore.
Van H. Uiaaivs. Jndce Superior Court.
H. 11. Ecu cnnir,DliUUer.
John c. Hazxss.
This Company Insure the aster class Of property
against lom or damsce by lire, at rates as law as other
first class Stock Companies.
Policies lajned for one. thrse or five yean on farm
propcitym Cook county, and on Isolated dwellings
and their furzlture.
(Hah Assets Invest'd in United States Pends and
ether first class securities. au13k603-Jm
nPHE MUTUAL LIFE DSTStTR-
X ANCE CO., ol New York. F. 8. Wlaatoa.Preal
dent. Cosh Assets February Ist. 1553,
$9,223,119.79.
O. CEONTCHrra, General Agent for Northern and
Central Illinois .No. 6 Clarion,. Chicago. jell-gSS-H
fJropoeoU
PROPOSALS FOR
CONSTRUCTING A
Brick Tunnel under lake Michigan two mQes
long, for the City of Chicago.
Optics ot the boaud ot Public wotks.l
Fca*cd wiTbo tela offlee until
TVEDIviiSDAY. September 3th. at 11 o'clock A. IL. at
■wucaurocitellrard wUI open the sane, for dolne
all tho work and ftumlshlng all the materials required
for lie construction of a Brick Tunnel. Qva feet clear
diameter, andjestendlng from the present puaplnz
nillea out . Bader the bed ot
lake hlicLlaaa, and through what numerous borings
a ?^ r i a^), 7 h * lo y to heaatfir blue clay soil, together
with land ardlake shafts, and protecting cribs, in ac
cordance with the plana and speclflcatlcua lor the do.
ire cl raid work, to be Joucd on die la the office of
tIU« Board on cad after the 19th Inst.
The Board would prefer to let the entire work to
<no contractor or company, but will rccelre separate
proposals for the tunnel proper and land shaft, for
the protecting cribs.and for the cast iron oyUoaors for
lake thefts.
re-orrei the right to reject any or all
Sn’dluf n s°of^ t^°v|rS^ C ??e. jl,:s ““
which will accompany the specifications. guarantee*
Inc tee oiecotloo pfa contract la accordance with the
bid. in case tho bid is accepted.
Proposals muft be directed to the Board of Public
wprkaiand Indorsed "Proposals for Bake Tunnel."
Satisfactory security for the faithful performance of
tho work will be required of the oanlea whose bids
may bo accepted. j. a. qindelb.
FRED BETZ.—
V. C. SHERMAN.
Board of Public works.
auljhsauw
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE.—
QrABTkiafJLHTBR'B OFPICJB.?
„ Sealed prcpcsila will c”" »t CHce s, an til
iis S.otsS« rl'S ieUTOy ot 1118
10.000 busheis of Osto.
2 COO tons of Hay.
H£?* t0 * cs v° { mTlst b3 upland Prairie Hay, wsH
owed, to be deliver* dat the CorraL at siattoon. m.
vtx?i. 0119 °l, Timothy Uay may be baled or not, as
bidders prefer, to bo delivered at the Government
Corral, near the farm of S. D. Dole & Bro’s. I miles
west of Ma.toon. And 500 tons Timothy Hay. may be
caled or not. as bidders prefer, to be delivered at the
Government Male Corral, on the farm of Jno. Monroe.
nilJpa east of Mattoon. A portion of the Oats
tBB * bola
Infection 16 to be of prime quality, and subject to my
Ko bids for less than 100 tons of Hay, or LOOO bosh.
els of Oats, will bo received.
All bids must be accompat led with bonds, and two
or more sureties, lor the faithful performance oi the
contract.
All parties must be prepared to give bond, with am
ple security, tor performance of bid. when awarded,
otherwise the bid will be rejected.
The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and
alt bids.
Payment to be made In Government Vouchers, pay
able it St. Louis, Mo.
Bids to be endorsed • Proposals for Foiaeeand ad
dxtfEed to the undersigned, p. O. Box 11. Mattoon. UL
ALONZO EATON.
ILt. and A. A. Q M.
aulikSMSt
SUai Sitaio.
WESTERN LAND AGENCY,
T T 800,000 acres In lowa. Minnesota and m»coi>
sin—lmproved.and unimproved-for sala. Pamphlets
minutely describing same, furnished. Taxes poll
lands ana farms sold, and titles examined In above
Statec and Illinois. Personal attention given In sprins
.and fall toraymeat of taxes on aU lands placed mmi
charge. W. J. BARNEY. office No. 3. over U3 Baa
dolpn street. Chicago. Poet OGlce Box SC3S.
Jee-oSI2-3m
1 ANDS.—To all •wanting Farms.
S~J Large and thriving settlement of Vineland, wiiii
climate, thirty miles scum of railroad
rich soil, produces large crops, twenty acre tracts. sS
from sls to S2O per aero, payable within four yean
good business openings, good society. Hundreds ar<
settling and making Improvements. Apply to Poatmas
ter.Vineland. Cnmberlapd Co. N.J. Lettersanswsred.
Fapers containing full Information. wfilbesentfree.
Dtw
dumtnt.
GSZAT DISCOVKITJ;
• USEFUL and VALUABLE
DISCOVERY I
HI LTON'S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT!
Is of more general practical
atlJtj than any Invention now
before the public. It boa been
tborongbly tested daring the lost
two years br rract'cai men. and
pronotmcod by all tabs
Superior to any
Adhesive Preparation known.
Applicable'to the
useful Arts.
A new thing.
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
Is a new thing. and the restat at
years of etndy; its combination is
on bctssrinc Principles, and
nnderno circumstances or change
of temperature. will It become
connat or emit any offensive
men.
Ita’Conbination.
BOOT Ss SHOE
Boot and Shoe
Manufacturers, using Machines.
winflndtttheDescarUele known
forCementisg the Channel#, a* II
works without delay. U not affac
ted by any change ol temperature
JEWELERS
wm find it sufficiently adhesive
Cor their U3e.aa has bean proved.
It is especially adapted
to Leather,
Jewelers.
And we claim as an especial
merit, that it sticks Patches and
LlflCnga to Boots and Shoes snfll
cleauy strong without stitching.
Famines,
■ ITIS THS ONLY
SJMtUm CEMEVT
Eitant, that Is-a sure thing fo:
' mending
njBNTnjRE.
CBOCKER7.
TOTS.
BONE,
a Liquid,
’IVOBT.
Ana articles ol Household uaa.
REMEMBER
Hilton’s Insoluble Cement
b in a liquid form and as easily
applied as paste.
Hilton’s Insoluble Content
Is Insoluble la water or oil.
Hnton’s Insoluble Cement
Adheres oily substances.
Remember,
SmpUed lo Family or Mana-
B's;‘a ia!B6 “ , " ca
HILTOS BROS. & CO.,
. Pi»m»roas,
PROVIDENCE, R. I,
: SMITH. DnrzeUta. a
°* P- 9? ner »* Westara Aaaata, to
iybosMtdKjjevi, jey-g^iywAx
Finis
• Sold by LORD A
Lake street, Chicago
UtomaUqjdsramaj
§tlmbolir* Qtxixt, Isnxfjv
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HELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD'S
EELMBOLDH
PpsSTlilE
SglSgߧgi§?M4?SS
HIGHLY COJJCSSX3ATSD
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BUOETJ,
FLUID EXTRACT 1 EUOHU
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHb
FLUID EXTRACT BUGHF,
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
:A POSITIVE
A POSITIVB
AND
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
1 SPECIFIC REMEDY
Irritation, Inflammation or Ulceration of
- the Bladder and Kidneys, Diseases cf
the Prostrate Gland, Stone in the
Bladder, Calculous Gravel or
Bride Dost Deposit,
Macons or MDhy Discharges, end all Diseases
or Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys,
and Dropsical Swellings existing in
Men, Women or Children.
RELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BfJCHIF,
RELMBOLD’S EXTRACT CPCM,
DELMBOLB’S EXTRACT BJJCIfF
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BCCIIU
QELdIBOLB’B EXTRACT BffCHF,
For WeaitessarMnff from Excesses, Habits of Dissi
pation, attended with the following
Indisposition to Exertion, Los? of Fower dcm *
of aiemery. Difficulty cf i»rca! htng. Went
Ferres, Trembling. Horror ol Dlasasa
Dimness of Vision. Wakelulaeag
Pain In the Back. Unlvereal
lißesitnde ol ifee Muscular
System, Bo: Honda.
. FltuulngpfthQ
. Body, Dry*
ness of
Skin,
ERUPTIONS ON THE PACE,
mus cowmiKcs.
These symptom* if allowed to go on. which this
MeJlclne Invariably removes, soon follows Fa.
tnlty. Epileptic Fits. In one of which the
patient may expire. Who can aay that
they aro no: frennestly followed br
those “direful diseases.” **TK
SANITY and CONSUME.
HON.” Many are 'aTrara
.cf - the cause of their
sufferings, but cone
will confess.
The
■ records
of the In*
sane Asylums,
end the -Melon- ’
choly Deaths by Con
sumption. bear ample
witness to the troth or the '
uaeption. The confutation once
effected with Organic Weakness. re
. the aid cf Medicine to Strengthen
Invigorate the System, which HELM
BOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU INVARIABLE DO E3
HSLBBCtD>3
HELBHSOLD’S
HEIiMBOLD’B
HELMBOUP3
HEUtTBOIiBiS
HELRIROLD’S
HELM BOLD’S
HELUBOID'S
HELHUOLD’S
HEUIIBOLD’S
Highly Concentrated
Compound fluid Extra#
Sarsaparilla,
Po?
parleying
the Mood, re
moving all dis
eases arising from ox*
cess and imprcdandea is
life, chronic constitutional
diseases arising from an impure
state of the Mood, and the only reli
able and effectual known remedy for the
Cure of Scrofttla, Scald Head. Salt
Bhenm. Pains and Swellings of
the Bones, Ulceratlonsoftha
Throat and Legs, Blotches,
Pimples on the Pace.
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and aU scaly
eruptions
of the
skin.
And Beautifying tie Complexion,
ROT A. FEW
Cl the went disorders that amict ««»>««<? mm
the eormpooa that accumulates in tho blood. Of to
the discoveries that have been made to oarers it oat.
none can €wtuJ In effect HELMBOLD‘3 wiIPOUND
EXTRACTT OF SARSAPARILLA. It MoSaTMd
renovates Die blood, inetils the vigor oi health into tha
system, and purges ent the humors which moke dls.
esse. It skmol&te the healthy functions of the hodv
and expels the disorders that grow and rankle In tna
blood. Such a remedy, that could bo reded on. has
long been sought for. ard now. for tie lint tlmo, tha
public have oca on which they can depend. Ourtnaoa
here doea not admit certlflcatea to show Its effects ‘ bat
the trial ol a single bottls will show to the alek it
haa vlrtnea surpassing anything they tare evsr taken.
. two table spoonsful oi the Extract of barsaparnia
added to a pint of water. Is enual to the Llbaon Diet
Drink, and one bottle Is folly eouil to a gallon cf
; he Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the Decoction, aa usual
. y made.
«W“ THESE EXTRACTS HATH BKfiN ADMIT*
TED TO USE IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, ud
are,also la very general use In ail the STATE HOS
PITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS
throughout the land, as well as in private practice*,
and are considered as invaluable remedies.
See Medical Properties of Buchu,
FEOM DISPENSATOEI OF THE
UNITED STATES,
Bee Froftscor DEWSES* valuable works on tha
Practice of Physic.
FHTBlU. m Sd3a. l,r “? Dr.
Bee remarks made by Dr. SPEHAIM mqpqwwt.t.
a celebrated Phytldac, and Member of the Coral
College of Surceone. Ireland, and published to t£a
traaaacttonfl of the Sing and Queen's Journal.
Bee Mcdlco-CMrurglcal Review, published bv brn.
JAMIN TBAYEBS. Peliow of Royal CoUcgo of
geona.
Beemortof the late standard Works of Medicine.
PRICES:
Extract Gitin SI.OO per bottk, or Slxfor $5.00
'‘Sarsaparilla, SI.OO per bottle, orSlx for $3.00
Delivered to any address, securely packed from ob
servation.
Address letters tor information, la confidence, to
HELMBOLD-3
HELM BOLD'S
HKLMBOLD’S
HELMEOLOS
HELMBOLD’S
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT.
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MEDICAL DEPOT*
MEDICAL DEPOT,
xswra srasax,
104 ISbiS tMIS
104 SOUTH TENTH
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PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
pHTr.AbKi.pniA,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ANN
UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
WHO XSDXJ.7OS 70
Dispose 01 “their own" and "other" articles on the
reputation attained by
HELMBOLD’S PREPARATIONS.
HELMBOLD’S PREPARATIONS
HELMBOLD’S PREPARATIONS,
HELMBOLD’S preparations)
HELMBOLD’B
genuine extract: bcchu.
HSLiIBOLD’S
GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
HELMBOLD’S
GENUINE IMPROVED RO3E-T7A3H.
Sold by Druggist Everywhere,
ASK FOR HELMBOLDR
ASK FOR HELMBOLD’S.
MT Cut out toe advertisement Bead
for 11 an d avoid Icipoeitioa and ex?oeur*.
OllHlKi
Soilnjus uK? SUomoaol £tnss
R E A D * • .
68MT KEDUCTIOi\
I Passenger Fares
I , . VIA
MltfflGiN CENTRAL R. R.,
THE
Great Central Eonte to the East.
CHICAGO TO
Supuulon Bridge $ll.OO
Buflolo 11.00
New~Tork * 13.00
Boston 21 OO
fliiladelplila 16.00
Baltimore 16.00
ThU is the only Direct Routs to
N I ACARA PALLS.
Other Sne. e 1110 !a “ e - U:nc connections u aajr
Ctt - te ” OQ «n can.
Chicago * - fcta a * 411 *» *cw u say line fro*
nSScifi 111I£> Mk for Tlcfcetß via Central
* Chlcaco-OfflcesTremotit House Block. and it Deoot.
oo:ot Lakeeticet. HENRTC. WESTWOBTU
aulS-tStfrlw General Passenger -*gga6.
JPARE REDUCED ON
MICHIGAN SOUTHERN
And Lake Slioro Railroad Line*
On and alter August 9th. ZSC3. until further sottca
rates will be
From Chicago to New York, sl6*
From* Chicago to Boston,' s2l*
From Chicago to PUisharg, $10.59
From Chicago to Cleveland, SO.
From Chicago to Buffalo, sll*
From Chicago to Baltimore, sl9*
From Chicago to Philadelphia,slo*
Pa?periffe:9 consulting their interests will not put*
tickets to tuo East wltaoui first applying to tb«
office of line, at 58 Clark otrect. or at lie Michigan
Beat tern Depot, an Bnren street. Chlcigo
_PasstncAn have cbo’ce ot icntes either via Ken
York Central or the Erie Hallway.
if v* S \^VT’3 T>
§IB,OO.
GREAT REDUOTIOM OF FARE
TO ALL EASTEM CITIES,
-VIA.-
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne and Chicago
Railway,
FROM CHICAGO TO
raw TOBK $13.00.
BOSTON $21.00,
PHILADELPHIA $16.00.
BALTIMORE $16.00.
PITTSBURGH $] 0.50.
BUFFALO... sll.oo*
CLEVELAND $ 6.00.
Second Class from $2.00 to $5.00 less
above Bates.
TralnsleavoUnlonDepot,West Side: ’
7:20 s. m., Day Express, 7:15 p« m. s’ht&cpres&
ASS FOR
TICKETS VIA “FORT WAYHE,”
Tor Sale at the Company’s Offices,
Chicago.
Comer Basdolph andDearbom Streets. Ucfon Depot.
West Side, and at tt e offices. of all connect*
mg Hoads In the West.
W. C. CEELAND. WAt P. SHINN.
Gen. West. Pass. Agent: Qon, Fas a. Agent
; [anS-lcgMm]
C.TEAM TO QUEENSTOWST A
K-7 LIVERPOOL.
GEORGIA 3878 tons....Cspt, GleadelL
tons... .Cap* Brooking
«ons....capt.smbura,
CAR0L1NA..,.2978 tons....Capt,Pearce.
«.t? 8 flrss-class. powerful. Sritlah bant. Ire*
Bte«Dßblra, (water tight compartments) wlllsailfraaa
to Liverpool. calling at Qaemstown, ever*
alternate IHRIDAy. commencing on the 3iat .laiy 9
They are fitted np tor first, aecond aad third oIMS
D l c ~ Br7 11=11 accommodations equal,
towny other Line of Steamers. H
Ratx or Passage max Nzw Toinc.—tst class *99s
2d claaa SSO; 3d class |3S—payable In U. 8. Carreacy,
_ Paox QrxxNßTOwtr to Lttbkpooi. —175, «5 and HI
Gold, or equivalent In currency.
* ™» s -«
_ HOBY GSEEraQiim.
General passage Agency comer of Lake aad tiSaTM
street. Chicago. my2§eS3B-sza
Xf'Oß LAKE SUPERIOR.—T6t
JL splendid first-dais Passenger Steamboat
FlANET—Capte L. ChomlbcrllO)
Win ran daring the season of 1583, leaving Chicago si
7 o dock In the evening, for Ontonagon. SuperlorCM*.
and an intermediate porta, on the fallowing dsys*
TUESDAY. Aog. 25th. for Superior City.
SATURDAY, Sept ath, “ Ontonagon.
TUESDAY, •* 15th, • Snperter cuy,
MON MAY, _ isth, ” Ontonagon.
FRIDAY. Oct, sib, *• Superior City.
THURSDAY. “ 22d’ - Ontonagon,
MONDAY. Kov. 2d. " Superior City,
WEDNESDAY” 15th. “ Ontonagon*
Her dock la on River street, first above Hash ctre*
Bridge. For freight or passage apply onboard or a*
Jy&hSS-Sm A. £. GUODIIXuii. 64 3 Rlvar Eree*
1863.
Western Transportation Company
AND
WESTERN - EXPRESS,
‘ THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION COHPAHT
s?ve made arrangements to run their Lake Stces
on alternate days with those of mo
NBW YOBS CETiTBili
SUC'UiGIN CXNTKAI iUILBOAM^
—ALSO—
XHB WESTERS EXPRESS.
over taatfew Tone Centra! I!ii;rot<l to BM
conjecatrcr.ltlt tho rarlonj RallrouSinSS
?or hills of lading and contracts via Canal
road, apply to the following agents•
HUGH ALLEN, No. 1 Ccsntles Slip.Haw York
elkPXf* 1 Ccectlca Slip. NewToa.
AUG. LOLSEN. No, X CffiSQu Slip. New 7nr> 11
S. G. CHASE, ifs Pier, Albjmy.N.Y orX *
B. G. CRASH. 191 River street, ’rroy. N Y.
J- L. HIJEDi CO^Hard’s Deck.Detroit. Mich.
E. A, BUCK, Green Bay, Wls.
*RD.C. B.S.DOC*. KM
WESTERN TRANSPORTATION CO„Ba2aZOU
ooKaxowzxs.
JHO.HSAM A CO..Erie. Pa.
BOND A MORRIS. Cleveland. Ohio
HOPKINS* GRIFFITH,ToIAo.OhIOL
W. K. DlLL.Sandusky. oW
A. P, DUTTON. RadnA WIA
KEN OSHA PIER COMPANT. KeaOfltO. Wta
W.H WffiOHT* CO-.-WactK”^™
J. F, KTR<fT.* Wn
j. w. Turns,
General Western Agent. Ho. a state street. niiwiT
1363. THE 1863*
PENNSYLVANIA CENTBALN*. M*}
325 dues Bocbla Tract.
Is order to keep pace with the demands nftfi itistcsi
e? public, tie managers of this popular route hava -
added many Improvements during the year ISO. ao2
lttcocneccoes.lt will be found la aB resptesr A *
FIRST CLASS ROUTE to oil tha Eastern cities. Aa
track la stone ballasted, and entirely Dca from
THESE DAILY THAINS FROM
PITTSBURGH TO PHILADEIPHIa
(with eloee connections from Western QtUij ' *
All connecting direct to New York, THROUGH PBXU
ADKLPHlA.acdctoee conaectiona at firrtibnra law
to T*ewr Xorfe. one train runs daCa. .
(ISOmilea.) via Allentown, without -hangs of etarn
riving In advance of all other roc tot. «“•.*«
SS72H DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO HEW TO2X!
Tickets for sole to Boston by boat or no. BoaSTte *"
kets good on any of the sound liner. Faretoaapoimi
as low u any route.
_BlceplnirCar9 on night trains to Philadelphia, Sn
Torkanaßalttmore. •
Baggage checked through and transferred Lee.
FBBicaia,
By tha Santa Freights of an descriptions can ba nw
warded to and frotnPhlladelphla. New Y"rk. liSS.
°SSS tte tP re i!P.S* < i tnmhzj pointoutat n&L*o*S
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. llUnoia. WlaconaJp
or Missouri &t SAJxnoxo succor. ■:
F * ! 2 157 . 1 .P L ?;* Central Railroad ate coanaeU it .
Plttsbmgh wAh Steamers. by which Goods can be fbr»
warded to any port on the Ohio. Muikingaw. Kay
tucky. lenrefisee. Cumberland. ilUcoia.
Wisconsin. Missouri. Kansas, ArknuMeaed Red BiversL
tad at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago withSteacw*
er* to all Porta on the Nortn-WesteroCaket.
Merchants and Shippers cntruscirz tl*e trasopertfr
tlon of their Freight to thin company, wfl*
conflderce on Its oneedy transx
TUN RATKfi OF FREIGHT to ar ; dff<va ar.y pohrt
In the West by the Pennsylvania Centra: Railroad aafl
iTiTT.TnfIU m».?nt.nT.» Ki-lffl-lßanTimf. V,
xnuiiLno*x>coir?xHTi3. - _
and mark packages M Tl4 PSMTI . fj
ForFre;ghtc6atrv.'»«orafcjqyj'«» Dir(*ctlena.'«p«ai' e*
to or address either oi tw fonowlng Agents of ■/
' ;■ \
J.E. MOORE, Louisville, * Ba * ' ; \
W. Vi. ATK?« AN & CO.. KTunayr., y«q \
CXiARK.K & CO,. Chicago. TTllf.a’v v .
J. H. McCOLM. Portsrconth, Ohio
KcN KELT * MONTGOMERY. MayesVlSai «» \
W. H. AK. T '
H. 8. Pltßv E, * CO., lacesvii.e, Ohio -
S. H. EUDSi.k Rplcf.ohlo
S* c - Agent zor W
lilTB STOCK.
Drovers ana Farmers wtiracd cu» the mon Mve*
ageousrouto for Live Stock. Capacious Tanti wsO
watered and supplied wiih every convenience SrM
been opened on this line and its connections and mb
, attenLoa la paid to tficlr wants. prom, Earrlabazc,
where will be fbandever7oonvenler.ee for feeding eaNl
restlng. a choice la offeree of the PEILADKLPHia.
NAW lOßAand3-VLTmoRR vatevwtv ThiawSf
alsobefoardthe shortest, quickest ana ruM direct j
rentei for £to-ii to New Ycrk-£vla Aiieu»w*J-«w''
With fewer change* than any otaer.
KNOCU LZTfIE. GccT Sun t A'toona. BfeSai .
JaS-yUMy
PHOTO GRAPHIC fTOCJK DJ&
wg? X£rtffl‘=?™s~T£St »S?SS£
S-Ift!(ywdloa ut aTd Colored Vlew» t»
«A la «»• bn*taa» aa
E‘=”=S'E¥£ ramrur^LJtf^S?
PfttOffCg HO^*—'• ’~—
s- CHOICE barley malt and
I >Vvw MALT: maaxif&cttired La DecaßMr» jMfe
February MwlMßci.
molt, 51.30 pelha.-S4IM.
S 1.00 per bushel—ls Vm*
IRWIN i MOUHT. HO. 9 BOill Of Trade BnßiUas,
b. o. sox us. »iwsn-*»

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