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3£?Mtßl jHotUu.
m HILLIARD, Office 08 Km
J-J dolpt nml, CtlcvJO. fcp-stalrt.) “
Chrome. CntancOtii imfl Mercortol I ?JSf
or female. Caret giunatm*. r *"““
dlitaoee tan couaalt vs !««•-. wits
eoclodoe fee cert* to locare a reply Good ro
ftreroea siren ta to aßl'ty eol aoccem In Practice.
Hoomafornatleata cerotrs ft® » 4»lanee. Me4U
cicea rut ap aadaer.t Cet from rVurruSm to any part
of the country. in comtnnnlcattea h«4 etrtcUr
conoeetuai. f.o.SdiKMO. oeSnCSJSwIa
r\l£ ( (formerly of New
i/ Orleans,) wboeenu. TSJedsucceaslnthetraat
cotofChronlc. Mercurial .Blood, and other flitetaai,
TEAT BKQUIBB SKILLFUL TEBATMKNT,
u permanently located himself at 0K Baadolph*
ftreet. Chicago. Dr.Jamealsteoommendedbythe me
jpt.l faculty. and the almost entire?* eat of the South.
Thousands of unfortunate 1 b'eac Dr. ..AMEfI, who,
oat lor him. would b« Uric* a mlserab,. exist*
snoe Tb* enviable reputation Dr. Jamot eujoyslro
the Lakes tctbeGulf.l* the reaott of years « ■ taa 3 r
find observation.
,>t. James uses so Mercury, iodide, Potaaslt Arsenic
Cf f etsapaxQla, In the treatment of blood diseases!,
Cut asenttallzer, which I* a positive cure.
Organic Weakness cured by a sew and in&IUUt
ethou.saring both time end expense.
OCoe and parlors at 8C Bandolpb stre
09 r *l>oantromßA.U.nntfl6F H
DOKBVLTATXOKS ZKV7OLAULS.
EAGAN’S MAGNOLIA BALM.
Tbls is tbe meet delightful a&d ertraordlnaiy article
ever discovered. It ebause* U»e sua burnt face and
hands to a pearly aattn texture of ravishing beauty.
Imparting the marble partly of youth, md the x>»*
CXwottz appearance so Inviting la tbe city belle o
jsshloc, *lreuiOVßS tat, frecklee. plmplee and rougb
ness from tbe leaving tbe complexion lre«b,
ransparent and smooth. It contains no material in
to tbe skin. Patronized by Actresses a&d
Opert Stager*. It U wbat every lady should bavA
4oid everywhere.
PESOS S. BABNh»A CO M
tC-t-bSS-Sm General Agents, CCS Broadway. S. r.
PILES I PILES!!
A sk, yr itfieid's
VEGETABLE, pn,I,S.
Are w rrazted a certain cure for FISTULA, BijlC'D
OB BLEtDIFG PILES.
We would caution all who are victims to this dl«*
•rcf*Jce cotnulalol to avridtbs use of exterari, appU*
cattubs wuw must ont jit aecravaUnstoe
Dr WlTHtilJ’fl remedy r cmovea tbe cause of the
dlscatc ece eSccts a ptnuaneot cute. .
THIS IS BO QUA K MEDICINE.
Thwc Pills Lave been tried for the lut seven yean.
’ 4HI Broadway. N. T.
For Mie by BLISS A EH ABP, 1M
BIGELOW,
CONFIDENT* AI. PHYSICIAN,
Fcrreriy ot Et. Loots. Mo..
Can hccotsnltcdat at* office. 17? South Cl'trh rtiset,
comer ot M'-uroc. Chicago. ill., to S a block hoai tie
PoaiOCce.cmallChroii c OlieaaMAadd^owaorbOA
mxci, «Mct> to treats with unparaled success.
Boom* separate, where l»dl« •nucettlemencancon
sult the Hector Office bonrs from sA M. il*»P. M.
Snni ay* U>l 073 A. M. Communication* confidential.
Conra unions Iror. Address P. O. Box 251. Inclose
two stamps and yet his
gude to health.
Frt ns the D< dor’s long experJeace In nospltaJaad
prtntepractice he I* *bieTopßrfonn
Hfytf fiiftt (or kU rpedat j»ts.*iwt. hi is*
most severe and compucsttA stages, la a verj abort
Hire wi bonttlie use of n.crcury.
Voott men iaffertEg from JierTouaDebUlty are lo
rlied to cell. ,
A PEBFECT CUBE WARRANTED.
Persons tafferlLg from IrreßtilariUeflshould call at
°&‘or dfyxeicfcpces as tc ability and success,
Bft* IliSfrM-U
RTIFICIAL LEGS.—C. Staf
r\ lora 50' c |,»oprletsr and manufacturer of DR.
vilooX’S PATENT artikticlil LKG. bu been
uid by the Umtcd state Govern*
►'em whiraPes appclcted Wre to supply then to t*.ta
a*ji« solders, rasE. Order* aoffrfcaeC to C. STAY*
Kn». tr Snuih Clark street, rhlcairo. wKt recelrr
asrnrdiMe attention. tend for Pamphlets.
V. «. Loi. aass anth-ktell* war
r\)is. HUNTEK AND VON
L/ UfcJ«ES treat all Chronic Diaeasas. each as
Oolci.CccKoeCoaeuuipron. A«nm* the Lnag».«eart,
atou sc*. Cioneys. Bladder and the Howe*. Dripepg*.
bar ixz . (? - senxeir, Gocc. Baenmartsm, EaraiVhfc, OJ?
i*tsraie whist and ah complaint* o! women
tic c.-tiupcr: Sore£y» ■ and Ear*. Cataract Discharges.
Era-ire end hucrlng Sounds. Dr. Bonier U the only
Wlßre OB ITLORia. TtrMEn*.
TTKNb.PU-tt. iSI) I'l,-TULi,
v.nthout enttme with tie knife. Allletiwr ® u ,*2^° n 0
itir ten c.eutt tor a ej«edy acew«\ Drs. J
HUFTEB cr Vi K BaOsn. BaxfiOTS. Hour* from v
A. M.Ui t I’.M. Office 91 Xtocdoiph B&ees, t CQtuer a.
Dear'.-orn. Chicago. llllPO*- leM-pni-ly
The drugs commonly ad-
MIKISTEBED to Fever and Ague patlecti. ere
icne-aliy ruinous to the lystem Instead
tuo strca.thenlrg; y« the noetrnoja devised by son
mfficteia old women. «e aot nmAlwffiv.
mine u-cee-ted wbicli shall be the product of proioapa
ikllUntheheaUi-car;. yet bejeaathe >rdtaaryroo
tixieoi thepPufeaSon. Tela is supplied
,r”c cffiroiiK? Dr, uostetieu. b.f
a-m tkto raii V.e most powerful ireoteinM
•ver devised. lueffecifcarespccdy audcertain. Lvca
hepioetsctded ca*esof ine ojacaas jleld totnetomc
wopc-t** of the Bitter* , „„ , rnrff
TSE TURNED HEADl—This
X ut-e of orcoi
i moment by «B who ure
CRISTADOEO’S HAIR DTE.
Which in five ttlcntet changes
WiUTB TO BLACK,
Or red to rlcb brown. »iftoot dryist np the Jalrea
tiiebalr. It is the only *rte hair d>a tothe world.
• Manufactured bp j. CttISTADOaO. C A«orHoca«>
FawYoik. fcoid evers where, and tpullea by ailiiair
accordingtoilre.
am *•: Ai» Am
T ONDON EYE AND EAR
INFIRMARY,
50.96 CCBSKR OF RANDOLPH AFDDEiEBOSS
STREETS, CHICAGO. JLU
JAMES LEWIS, M, D.
bcbceoh, occust, and avsisi,
And reJcproprtetcr of tbe shore Infirmary. I« perma-
osawdluChlaro, aud be is deicrmlnea. by
co nr tart attention to fc:s profestlon, lotigrjty. *au
bonei. to merit the public a»d aw»rt>baUftn
and tbfTtbv recaro a rrlumphaoi eacceae oynr tae
mouxit*.ba-1« who seek to deceive the ufllcted by f»ue
promtreA. only t» cb.-am morey. without aa equiva
lent. wMch. whfcc obtained. Jg as corrupt as thenypiv
critic*} boul of thepQß6*#wr. Adcrsa* P. O. Dra-er
6SS3. ¥ anis-kgs&-iin
Bair byki hair dyeh
, bATCkKLOE’S celebrated RAIS DTEr# TK*
Sam ik tub World. The only haumloss. Thus and
&rejaELR Dr* known. This eulesdW Hair Dye is
Pertrcv-cbaucea Bad, Hasty wGrtyHitt taaunCy.
re sGi/iter bun or N Suomi. vUtoat It
lurlittheKalror Suiting toe Sklo.leavlnk tbeßalr
Kft ReaSlfoi; inputs fresh rttaUiy^ewwntg
restortry it* urteffae cc or. andrecUflesthe .*a ffleeU
DyS The Ge-olcn Is plened Wi&iji A.
BaTCsrrLoa. a” others ex< mere shomd
ot avoided. Bcldby all Dreggim.
Barclay street. Lew Tort.
*T'HE confessions and ex-
B pgRTrrKfTK OF AS INVALlD,—Published for
m,. end aa a warnlsg and a oalxlOltjso
who scffbr from B>rvou« Debility.
of Manhood, etc. suppljinga. the seme
vime. ypy ywaKA OF btJLF CHKB.
Bf oae who has cured ttmself alter being put to
zptrSe and Injury vnrengh medical uumbug and
eopjes may be bad of toe author. N ATS A>Uil* Ma.V
se£i& EsJ-Dedftm, EiagfcCounty.sk.T.
lci7cigr~SmDAw
Medic Aii cakd.—Mary h.
Thompson. M. P. • of the JfewEajr-
VMri»ipVedic*l College,
an office to till c'.tr.
g g-» MAKVB.THQMPSOKjCP^
gc?arintr«l}i3.
I'' OPARTKERSHIP.—The under
\_/ tf£ D e4 nave tw« d*y associated twaise’vea in
EMlnctb, ueder me firm n»tue ol
KOBTOX, CHAPJI4S &■ CO.,
For tie purpose of transaction
j\_ Oeneml Commission Bnfcincss.
It Floor and ‘WesternProduce.*t Ko.6G*’t Block.
K. A. NOBTOtf.
c. C. CHAPMAN - .
•dOmCIOSw
Porllatd,«Sept. 1.1855.
rpnE PARTNERSHIP HERE
J. toFORP bat ween tie subscribers, un
der the lliiacf
SAVBfc &> DAVIS,
DM this c-.-T bwzi .ilwolrefi it 1
Ci!MSO. Bcpt ?. ISG!, W. H DAVU.
vlll ft Ltj2UaLtd be the underclscjai. wbo *1I!cIo.e
■uptl.c I.ulteeecf the lite fimetwieoldpow. .
W.MUUuIW H. bA Wtj.
"WAGON MAKING AND
» t BU4.CEBKITBIKC.-Tb.! nnierslcpea ter
me *’ l- Cap mircls-eo th*scatlrc ofH.« Jo»-
Jifv ulwck a co..mtueflrro of U. * Co.,
aril tont'nnethe Vsco--
i.st rtioiy’ecarrlfed ou by the said Jiimoi IL Wi oec%
tt to tn m old stand.
or. JEFTEKSOS STBEET.
Hivirp beer latt* *•»& liortsm
iwt *ictitfenyefci« in tills city, be teals con(Went last
L c cn«. satisfy *ii Ids old nod new
aeSmMTlw
Cl trtao.Pcpl.l.lSSS,
i ABSOLUTION.—The firm her*
c_* toioret-xJ tine, under the name of Jones Perdne
,* £mii, » tUi> day o wolfed by tantnai cxisctl-
Jklr. 1. X PiiM>CEre:lrl*-C lr-ta tUe Caprern.
T» c builncxs will be c lo >i'l lu brnnebet
by the remaining panucra. nncer 'be flbm » f
JON£& & 811LLL.
Clilcngn.Bert. Itt.lßC3. wSpaao-im
ONjfcS <fc SMALL,
WHOLESALE AKP BETAIL
STATIONERS,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
akd
COKMERCIAU PRINTERS.
123 y.nlro gtrecty Chicago*
■ Jorrzs. f>fßn4Pfrl
ri'HE ATTENTION OF PACK
1 EEB.Jl«lra«m
aiacMuerj lt»r Staves> »cd *“i
tn£c: jr«*. KDOVt w P&tAnt, re Q
*bO"t ft t>orsei>oret i* rut It. aad.wltli» wotlflaf
“”' ,,, ®iio ) TO 3.500
2S££^SSOTSSSSSSKSKtt
fct-.bcPlrtUery 01 ?£*£ T & pauboTT. Dayton
Sett Branch. Aoo«“ o.
Ohio. -
TVTIGHT SCAVENGER. —Cn&ries
fffflf
«*sS£,trr p n*SS S«oSf; “ittlfi tsafr-lm ■
XJROOM CORN—We are givihg
oerspeml Alieailon tothe
Porting and Sale ®f Br#e* Con*
mm*il* «jSSSS*'
;i AUcUtfsiCATCSM, Caic*£?. ■®* “**"
&mcational.
FEMALE SEMI
KAKT.
mss A. H. GIST, Principal.
Tfcis Inertatloo for young LtdlM and MitfM. will
opeaBEI’IEiIBEB 21.1K5.
In tie Ladles X>ep&rtmcntj 21 of
musical Union Booms,
Meibndlst church Block, comer ol Waahirstoaoai
Clark streets.
COUBSE OF STUDT,
thorough and crteatlve. eabracloc Prlinary.Frepara
torraDUColleclrteDepartmeatß AndeaiaiaMoacra
Languages, X)ra«lLg.P*lnUag and caUatuoniM. •
advaz-ttcea will be ottered is Maalc—ta»
stiuction upon the Guitar. Plano. Bam and Organ.
Vocal UrßlctßCßfct every day as a regular recitation.
Arraicuncnu hare been mads to accommodate
nuntte from abroad with beard, under The immediate
supeivUlcr cf the Principal.
kiln GE6T haring been for atnyjcar* connected
with tbe
Troslcyan Female College,
of Cliclnnttt. tespectiuTlT rein* to Us Trustees,
I* struts ano Alaoi&ae, fer the character tf the lasti*
lotto?: also, to Hev T, H. Edo j. D. D. Boa. T.B.
Sryau. Eon. J.T.Scamzuon, aid 3. V Farewell, E*q.
For teams and further inlormatiouapply at
21 KUSIOIL HOOS6,
between B A. M. and IP.M.
Henry female semi-
KABf —TLU Institution opens Sept, Wb Inst
Mrt.UA coousr Principal; stlasS J£. Wttni\MS,
Aeolftant: 3dlss Juarlo eraiibarr. Ass’s yrim, De? t;
Mh£ LfturaLaveland Teacher of Music: Kiss IdaG.
Kiase.Teachtrof Genaan. Board and Tuition. S9O
per >ear. Tba of deceased and elsabled
Boicuejs will receive tuition FKB£.
Bcpit- Maishall County. Sept.7th. ISOS.
s«3 man stddnw
pHEGABAT INSTITUTE—
nod Day School lorTouog Ladles—
Kos. 1527 and 1520 Spruce street PbSsdtlpbl*. Tbe
rejmlnr cuutea of Instruction embrace* Ue Kuallsb
ama Frescb Luiguase? a&d LUerAtura—L*»tia if re
qnlrrd—and allibebraacbes w»lcb constitute a thor
ough lb}fill£b educetlon. especlnl atteutlen bets* p«4
Vj tbolairer by me P.-lacipal. saeirted by tbe best rro
le«or» Fxeoch is the language of tacfaially. audls
conrtaaUy woken in tbe lartimte. The sctolasflc
?carooDimfcnce* September Istb. and ctoses July Ist,
orclicula
aepr-mISS-St MaDAMK DTIgEtIIXY. Frincpri.
SG. SANGER’S SELECT
• CLASSICAL SCHOOL.
Vbe second year of ibis Sciiool will commsoce on
Monday.ftcptemberlL Knmbsr of pULila limttodto
twelve. Boys from 10 to 14 year* of are dertred. Tne
brstßastcrr and city ref-rences furowed. For <ar
eolare. etc .asuxcaa UieP^lnclpaLFoatUfflcoßox 27».
aes-s&rtMtt
TI,TB. QUACKENBOS, (Professor
Xvl of Greek In tbe UMvanlty oltbe LabeoltbU
curb will open a tchool fur the
Instruction of Young Gentlemen
In aB the branches of English and Classical education,
sod la modern languages. He Units the auiLber of
bis pupils to fifteen; by which means be le enabled to
clTctocecb puphtre aevautas* ol private tuition,
Tbeblgbcst rcterences given.
Appllcatlirtobemadeat 831 ladlana street, tea:
tbe corner v ißusb rioel eel Pal ztns
/CHICAGO ACADEMY,—The
Eighth Tear cf this School for Touug Ladles,
MissesLAl.'Eand waiter, Principals vill Dcgta on
inONTQAT, SEPTEKTBES 21ST,
AX tte School House,-"' Wabash Avenue, A
Course oi Gymnastics,
AecerdisgtoDr.DloLewla’new aretem.tapjrbt by a
rrsducte of Lis Normal Bebool of PhyalcU Educe Uoa,
will be Inchmed in the tuition. • ami-mliMw
JMMAKUEL HALL,
NEAR CHICAGO.
Rev. ROSWELL. PARK, D. D.
HECTOR A>D PEOPi'.IETOE.
A Faml!* School for Boys, and Acadecy forTonng
Gcit'en:cn.de«lgced to m theta for College, or for
business in general; to be opsasd bentumbar 28Ui
etuulcg. under the patronage oi Mon. wm.B. Ogden.
Major Jehu H. Xlnzte. IT. 6. Army, and otters. .
For terms address Use Bettor, Port Office Bor 3550
Chicago. atts-otfl-Sw
THE MISSES STEVENS’
A Echool for young Ladles and Misses.
63 IHIBD AVENUE.
Therm Tom ol this School will begin on MOB
RAT. the 7th of September, A lew anall hoys will
be xecavtd. auCS-taol-Sw
'THE CHICAGO SEMINARY
X FOB TOCNG LADIS3.
108 Cans street, North Side.
EnglLb and French Blotdi off and Day School, will
re open oc jKpt IGth Ti.echcnlar aodcataiof aecorj'
taiiJcgthe noires of Trustee* and ust-ons. maybe
obtained or applying to i". U. BEIffBAU principal.
'T'BOY FEMALE SEMINART.
X TUs Institution oiTars the accnmulitel ndran
teges of fifty >c£’i of bncce-efol oj’Cralloa. Every
fed for a thoroagb coarse of ctMol
asdcnnameat&l education, under the direction of a
co»rs ct STfetPnntw-atvnrofrMaie and leachere.
For Clifxinra apply to JOES H- WILLARD. Troy
Kew Tork. aucs c4C f w
QEARBORN SEMINARY.
BAT SCHOOL FOE TOTOG LADIES,
At fa Wabash avenue. The eighth year of this Instl
totisn opens on isenday, the rial of September, nest.
ane buEdlLg is being tnoroug&lr^eeiarednnd great
ly Ir pruved. The new system oiGTMNaariCs.la
ucrtuced Into this country by Dr. L*wts, Is taught and
practiced wi'h great Eucceis. Che Principal will bo
ttbomebttaeenthehouT*of Z and hp.uu for the
purpose of waiting tw»oa those who may c*n to u> ase
Inquiries CataloguMcanheobulaM on application.
fcr9l-k7h6-Aw Z. GROVEIt.
Great Di&covasi 1
AypUcnble to the
useful Asia.
A new thing.
B« Combination.
Boot and Shoe
jewelers.
PuaDlca.
aLlgnld.
Sen ember.
Sold by LORD ft
Lake street. Chicago
Vbom all ordcrr &»;
Jtutttranct.
JJOME INSURANCE.
Garden City Insurance Company.
Cash Capital ----- 5200.000
Office Ho. 1 Board of Trade Building.
JOEK O. HAIKKS PretMent.
GEORGE BCHVBIDSB. leeProeldcnt.
Htncwr h. SSOWtf. feecieury.
Board orßircctors.
c. 3. BiVtn. of Daria, Eairyer & Co.
L. B. fcu>rr xt. of Tamer & Midway*
«*ojik B. FcESiojr. Sop'S UHocis and inch. Canal.
Giopon sommura, Ctf loctar internalßcresue.
,yi?vii Oaox.ol G*ge t Heart'-,
jock C. Doss, of N even & lore.
VisH liZGoxin>.Jod{reSapeTicrCcTtrt.
n. H. Scntrsunr. Distiller.
JOBS C. iDLZKXS.
TW# Coziptny Insure the Baler clms cf property
•crloft Ine or damage by fire.atxatea&sKnr asotner
cm rjp» Stock Compaaiea,
rollc’ef l«ned ler one, tirre or lire years on fam
property in Cook county, tun op touted dwaaltost
*c»ii iSSInaW tc United EUtcß Bonfli icd
atterAratctoPßecnrltlei. aalakew-xa
T'HS mutual lifb INSUK*
J_ AKCB CO.. 01 Kew York. T. 8. WICktCS, Prci'
CaatAaeet* February Ixt. 1333, .
*9,225,119.71*.
C CEO KTUnTL*. General Agent tot Horthtrtiand
CtgtnJ CUpoU.Ko. 6 Clark-St- Cblfaro. lell-eSMy
pOR PRESERVING
PEACHES
Lyman Self-Sealing Jar
For »lc by tbe dozsa or grow.
TUO&. P. PYESE. Ktt L*Xt BU
t«6-J»lt&-2w
johk ft- SMAI3*
JOHN GBAT,
DEALEBS IB
WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, Twines, Cordage,
Tuba Chums, Cradles,
Wsroiis, Cliairn, Baskets,' Aci
16 FULTON AHD 202 FEOHT-ST,
Jyl’CfiS < **•.!■ tiff YORK.
'J'ARi TARI —Best quality of
STOCKnOLJI 15» SOEtriy TAB,
Xu Rood baitcli,
ll7 Blade itfbct.
bo2J kSCCIn
D EVOL VERS.—The latest stock
XV «1 CiBTEIDGE LOiDIBG BETQLTESB In
tic Korthwest. AIM. A fe* COLTTS.tfeII »!*«.
cheap at Bvoai’m tsd retail, it 80 ffS3S o Oiotd
aoc Vjmwr Goods Store, 20 CUrfc street, (op-sialn).
orerthc U. B. Express Off ce. Good ai the best end
cteeo u tip cheapest. Port once Address-. B; B.
SOWEK.aiCIutM. t.o. 1»I m. MS-aiswir
Cljkdga ®ribtriw.
The wcalberls awful dry, hot andunheolthy.
Billons diseases are prevalent, news scarce
nad business dolL The city is constantly en
veloped in a cloud of daet, and everybody
looks as if they had been feeding a threshing
machine ox a clover milk Let. me assure
your readers who hare not visited Washing
ton that it is absolutely tbe dirtiest city, so
farm the writer*/ knowledge goes. In the
whole country. Less attention Is paid here
to sanitary matters than in any other city of
its size. Filth, dnst, and mud abound. This,
with the fact that the city .swarms with a
population nearly or quite treble the number
before the war, is sufficient to account for
the amount of sickness which prevails.
seil-nCST-lwla
Anv number of army officers are stopping
at the botelc and boarding houses. Hon.
Owtn Lovcjoy is here, lookingafterthe inter
ests cf disabled soldiers of Illinois. He is
net jet snffieienlly recovered to perform his
usual herculean labors on the stump, but he
islkrlrcm idle. His whole heart Is in the
work of putting down the rebellion. In re
ply to the inquiry ot a Iricnd, what he was
Leie fox during the hot weather, ’he replied,
“ to thank the President for his letter to the
Springfield Convention.” He bestowed the
highest praise upon the letter, and claimed
foi its author the highest place among living
statesmen—a claim which history will tri
umphantly vindicate.
The work of weeding ont the War Depart
ment has began in earnest. Quartermaster
Gen. hlcigs, and Smg. Gen. Hammond have
been plucsud opt, root and branch. Dr. J.
K Bwhcj, Aledlcal Ins. Gen., la understood
to be the successor of Gen. Hammond. Gen.
Meigs’ successor is not named. The people
will sustain Secretary Stanton in this weed
ing process, If he continue the good work un
til ttvcral other men, high in position in the
War Department, are hurled from the places
they disgrace. Perhaps it might be well to
call names and give a few facts, but I forbear
for the present, hoping their heads will be
the next to fall.
ItU reported that Gen. Hunter will relieve
Gen. Schofield immediately. If so, the peo
ple will oil say amen—except traitors. It is
high time that some abler and honester man
stood in his shoes.
Tbc Chesapeake and Ohio Canal is so infest
ed ’with guerillas, that its navigation is near
ly suspended.
Hie evident from recent advices from Eu
rope that the true eituallon of affairs In this
country is now better understood than ever
before—to .the great prejudice of the rebel
cause. Several tools who forested In Con
federate cotton bonds hive failed, and the
scheme has utterly exploded. A leading Paris
journal confesses that Napoleon’s Mexican
ecUme was predicated upon the prospective
success of Jeff Davis, and that if events
could have been correctly foreseen, it woald
probably have never been undertaken; but
thinks it too late no w for any backing down,.
and hints at probable English co-operation to
i)«rfect it But there good reasons for ho
lering that John Bull will not actively med
dle with the Emperor’s ill-advised Mexican
hazard, but leave him to work out his own
salvation as best he may. That the scheme
has always been unpopular la France among
the people, there can be no doubt, and that
the success of the Federal Government in
cmt-Liug ont the rebellion, will insure its
abandonment, is equally certain.
Before closing this letter, I wont to recom
mend to the Chicago Tima’ to publish Heat.
Maury’s recent letter, published in the Lou
don Tunc* % side by side with the election re
turns from California and Vermont; and I
would respectfully sngges; that it he kept in
type. and appear every day in its columns
until after the election iu Ohio. If tho pro
prietors uill do this, I will guaranty a re
gpcctab'e subscription during that time
among the members of the Union League.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1853.
FROM WASHINGTON.
tFrom an Occasional Correspondent.}
Washington-, Sept. 7,1963.
A& Aucio-Souilicrn manifesto.
[From the Loudon Star. Aug. 90.1
Central Association fob tub recognition )
OP THE COXPBDEBATB STATES, >
No. 36 Market street, Manchester. )
Sib: After long acd anxiously waiting fora
cessation of the sad war between our kinsman of
America, we conclude that the time has come for
combined action for some plan of pacifying the
implacable hostility of the combatants.
The frightful and vain slaughter of myriads of
human beings fo battles wholly Indecisive; the
symptoms of a retaliatory'policy in the further
prosecution of the war, with evidence that it is
assuming a vengeful and extermlniting character,.
and the vouched for fact that every man and wo
man of the South will die rather- than submit to
Mr. Lincoln’s domination, coaviuces us that the
reconstruction oT the Union by the sword is im
possible.
Separation is already accomplished. The South
has had ample time to show a espadtj for self
existence and self-government, and the Fed
eral power cannot, by any means, restore tbo old
Union.
Why then should we longer hesitate to re
commend (in no unfriendly spirit to the Northern
people) peace ou the basis of Southern indepen-
OiUCet
On« of onr leading statesmen declared some
time ago that Mr. Davie had made a nation. Wb
desire to act np to tho spirit of his saying by urg
ing & friendly Joint mediation of the European
Powers, preceded by fair and equal recognition
of the South as a contracting Power. .
This course wc think preferable to the “ cold
neutrality ” which looks anmevei on an attempt
to annihilate a gallant people, tad on the presay
legmnrmure of Federal anarchy, rapinu and as
ea*sinaUon.
Therefore,in the interest of distracted America,
North and .South alike, in the interest of our own
guiltless, suffering people—in the Interest of the
unhappy negro, and of common humanity, we ask
you to join us in this earnest attempt to cbeck the
social, morel and political ruin which protracted
civil war must bring ui*>u both parts or the once
prosperous Bcpubhc.
We shall be glad to add your name to the com
mittee already formed, and to receive your con
currence in any way you think lit; and re
main, Ac.,
Edward Akroyd. Halifax ;P. H. Avrowsmtth,
Bolton; H. Edward Aahtoo. BamsboUom; Kov.
Jamca Bardslcy, M. A , Mancbeater; Thomis
; Barge, Manchester; Samuel Barton, Manches
ter- William Bayley, Stalybrldgo; Elcbard
Bedcy, BaddiXr -Thomas Hornby Blrley, Man
chester; Arthur Blrley, Manchester: Rev.
WiUiam Blrley, M. A, Salford; Robert
Bridgcford, Manchester; Joseph BatUrworth &
Sons, Rochdale; W. Romaiue Us'lcnder, .Tr., Man
chester; F- Cracc Calvert, Manchester; Bov. Ed
wnrd Carr, LL,D M St. Helm’s; J. H. Clarke, Man
chester; Joseph Crook, Bolton: A. Duucoone.M.
P. Yorkshire, E K: Rev. P. Whylock Davis, kL
A.. Manchester; E. C. Faulkner, Manchester;
Rev. Abraham Haworth, Manchester; James
Hcywood, London; Rev. H. P. Hughe*, Shuttle
worth: ILRayncaford .Taction, Blackburn; John
Keymcr, Manrhcsicr: Joseph Lamb, City Council,
Manchester; James Sees, DclphSaddleworth; IT,
S. Linday. M. P., Sunderland: John Marshall. City
Council. Manchester; Jas.McNanghton, Manches
ter; Robert Ome, Stockport; \Tm. Pearson; Mayor
of Salford: John Pennington, Manchester; Charles
Pooley, Manchester; Thomas Southam, LL.D.,
Manchester; ThomasTayly, Wican; Thos.Wool
ner. Blue Pits; Rev. V?. whltelegge, M.A., Man
chester: George ITike, Spring Side, Bury; Ecv.
F H- Williams. UJi., Ashton; Tnomas wrteley,
Timberherst, Bary. Taos. Staley, Secy.
comments' op the star.
The signatures ot this egregious concoc
tion ate not, as a •whole, those of philanthro
pists. They are chiefly those of well known
jk>l Idclans—of• ardent Tories and equivocal
liberals. The amiable exceptions have b sen
attracted by specious professions of Interest
in " the -unhappy negro,” and of concern at
the darker aspects which the war is said to
he asuaulcg. We honor the motives of men
who can be cauirht by this flimsy bait, but we
marvel at theircredullty. As to the negro,
Id Ua epeak for hlmstlC In the North he is
at any rate free to speak. Has anything
been heard of a colored " Copperhead ?*»
Did the Convention at Poughkeepsie depreci
ate the contlnnaiice ot the war? Were the
•victims of the New York rioters members of
the Peace Party ? Are the black brigade com
posed of conscripts ? Consult the Southern
newspapers. They have plenty to say about the
mgro—l>nt they do not accuse him. of wishing
f«r pcaca. They complain bitterly that the
war gives him freedom when he comes with
in its sweep, and makes him unmaungeable
by the mere eouud of Us coming. No doubt
he has had Ms chare in the great calaml
tj_but he alone is obtaining a compensation.
To the Nor th the war is a heavy burden and
a costly sacrifice; to the South it is ruin; but
to the negro, Uls a new birth. Hundreds of
Ibousar ds of his race have risen by It to a
ct Edition cf comparative nobility and happi
ness. If It were not ao, there would be no
“cvjuptoms of a retaliatory policy.” It is
btcauee the North converts slaves Into sol
diers the South menaces soldiers with the
death of slaves. The "vengeful* character”
of the war arises wholly from the negro ele
ment. True philanthropy would counsel the
Confederates themselves to emancipate their
elavrs, or recognize the negro as the equal of
the white. Tncre would then be none of
thotc darter rhodos which the war is said to
hi*ve assumed. We hope, indeed, tliut the
thirsts of an exceptional treatment of n?gro
soldiers are as empty as the boast of a deter
mination never to submit. The "vouchcd
fur fact that every man and woman of the
Scuthy* 131 die” rather than re-enter on the free
and dignified life of an American citizen fa the
most marvellous of the many wonderful feats
tet forth by Confederate sympai blzors. It is
ccrtsls that populous cities and wide districts
of the South have submitted without a soli
tary act of resistance from civilians. The
soldiers light well; but when they have fired
their last cartridge or eaten their last ration,
they give up. and cheerfully accept release
or parole. The pkmtcjs very generally prefer
taking the oath cf allegiance to losing their
estates. What reason £b there to believe that
Bichmond or Charleston will make a Moscow
of iUclf any more then Nashville or New Or
leans J None at oil, wc trust —and just as
UUlc for the Intervention of the European
Towers to j.rtvcnl these cities of the South
Irom enjoying the mild and equal rule of a
Government as lenient in peace as It is pow
eilnl in war.
Tli© Opera la Kew York,
(Prom the N. T. ‘World.).
Having pot himself at the bead of a large,
finely drilled and well-equipped army of mu
eico dramatic, orchestral and ballet artists,
Maietzek, tbe dictator of the American ope
ratic world, and tbe arbiter of fashionable
destiny, is about to issue an Informal me&-
cage foreshadowing the policy which lie will
i urcuu in the government of the metropoli
tan Academy of Music. This document, St
is presumed, willbeafterthe manner, thongb
rot after the style, of President Lincoln’s
recent St-nngfldd epistle. The “job 1 on
hand will be briefly ind to the
point, and id language that will render Its
meaning clear to the nqost negligent lady
reader In “ Upper-teudonu” it will em
brace a statement of the nmnericaland to
cal strength oi toners, baritones, bassos.
contraltos, and sopranos who have either re
iollsted for the campaign or whose term of
senlce has not yet expired. Details of the
plan of action proposed for the fall season
will he given interspersed with apt com
zr enis, bin s, and suggestions for the benefit
of the public. . .
Mnretzek is understood to hare in his port
folio, and at the tongue's end of his principal
singers, from twenty-five to thirty grand ope
ras, many of which are as yet unheard in this
countrv. His resources are unprecedented in
extent,'and will enable him to go through a
campaign of the amplest proportions. The
leading artists, for whose renewed success he
it now maturing a system of strategy of un
exampled brilliancy, are Madame Medori,
vißft Clara L. Kellogg, MdHe. Snlzer, Madame
Brignoli-Ortolani, tiignors Mazzolem, Sbrig
lia, Loiti, Bellini, Yppolito, and Bbchi. In
due time he will present a young debutante of
the Adelina Patli school. Mdlle. Laura Hard,
who has barely reached the meridian of her
teens, but who is gifted with a voice of sur
passing richness and extent. Donizetti’s
“IJoherlo Devercux,”- Verdi's “Macbeth,”
and Peri’s scriptural opera, “Jadith,”-arc to
be produced, together with certain of the
great compositions of Mozart, Bellini, Meyer
beer, Rossini, ct at The climactic glory of the
season, however, Is destined to result from
the representation of Gounod's celebrated
opera of “Faust,” the most successful work
ever put nx>on the lyric stage ot Europe.
GUERILLAS ON THE MISSISSIPPI.
NKorc ISonfs Attacked—-Xlie
Woods fehelled—CJneriilas
Killed,
{From the Memphis Bulletin, Sd.j
The assnisln-llke practice of firing into tin
amid transport boats 5s in full ©Deration
down the river. A little before midnight last
night the steamboat Julia, Capt, Thos. Me-
Cloy, Thcs. Brown, Clerk, arrived here from
New Orleans, on her way to St. Louis. As
she was passing down, when at Moigonzrt,
fotjr miles above Bayou Sara, over a hundred
bhols were fired at her by guerillas. Two
J>ereona on board were wounded, Adjutant
tobb and a soldier. The Adjutant’s wound
was In the face; both men will recover On
pasting the same place on her way up, on
'Xhurrday afternoon last, the Julia was again
fired Into. Seventy or eighty shots wfcre fired,
and from ten to fifteen struck the boat, some
of which passed into and through the cabin
and the teras. On this occasion oue person
was hit, but soiuTt of the escapes were very
narrow ones. The Continental had passed
ILO same spot just before the Julia, but she
wa? not attached.
On Saturday, the Sunny South, on her wav
below, was fired into at Cow I bleed, twenty
wiles down. Several imnld balls penetrated
her cabin aod texas, but no one was injured.
The Tecnmeeb, on her way up, on pasting
the tame spot, was atiacked'in a similar man
ner; no oue board was injured. The firing
in both instances was from the Arkansas side.
The Hiawatha afterwords passed up, but no
attack was made ouhur s
A couple of gunboats went down to iTor
gsnxa alter the Alantic was fired into. A
jaige number of guerillas were on the shore..
They did net suspect the character of the
boats'until shell, grape and caoniater came
dealing death and wounds among them.
Twenty-seven were found killed, acd a
badly wounded; others had been carried off
the number of probably forty. The woods
round Tompkins* Bend, where boats had been
Hied into, w ere effectually shelled.
On Saturday afternoon a number of guer
illas on the Arkansas shore, made the wreck
of the Courier a target for their balls, com
pelled the watchman onboard to seek refuge
on land. He was fired at as he was passing
alct-g in the yawl. Gunboats will Immedi
ately be ou the look out for the assasdns,
and a Utile of the vigorous punishment, that
was found so effectual above this city, will
soon bring quietude along the whole Hlssls
rippl shoic. When the neighborhoods are
trade responsible, guerilla assassinations are
reduced 10 inor« trivial affairs.
AEIiIAL KAVIC3ATZOX.
An Extraordinary invention—TLc
Air Wavlffwtefi Snero&aftilly—TUo
Great Air Sliips-lncldcuts of thoir
T rial Trips.
[From the N. Y.llcraiA.sth.J,
In October last, Dr. Solomon Andrews, oi
Perth Au-boy, N. J., commenced the con*
slmcllcn cf a war erosmt, for reco»noiier
ii>g purposes, on his own personal rcaionsi-
Limy, rot being able, after submlltlDg his
plans to the "War Department, to makeUie
honorable Secretary of War “ see the utility' 1
of a machine which would go over into sc
ccfh and reconnoitre the force and position
ot the enemy. His plans showed on the fica
of them, to any one not stupid, that the mv.
chine could not do otherwise than go ahead
In any direction which the bow was pointed,
and that to with any amount of power or
force which might be desired, and which
greenbacks would readily procure. The
power required and the propelling apparatus
added but little weight to the icrostat,
whether oi large or small dimensions; conse
quently it did not increase the dimensions of
the icrostat beyond that of balloons of ordl
naiy corstinction, much less in size thin
many that are now made. The machine made
by Mr. Andrews would carry up' three meu
In addition to all the fixtures and parapher
nalia for its forward movement, itcoutaiocd
£6,000 cubic tcct of hydrogen gas. It carried
him, weighing 173 pounds, and 350 pounds of
ballast
Upon LJs Invitation lost spring wo Ixavc
sent our reporters at three different timed to
witness Ids experiments with his machine,
and hive watched its progress with great in
terest.
Its form was that of three cigars pointed
at both ends, secured together at their longi
tudinal equators, covered by a net, and sup
porting by one hundred and. twenty cords a
a car sixteen feet below under its centre.
The car was twelve feet long, made of bas
ket woih, and was sixteen inches wide at the
bottom. The aerostat, or cyllndrotds. were
made of varnished linen, like ordinary bal
loons.
OnPrlday, the 4lli Inst-, lie made Ins last
experiment, and demonstrated to an admir
ing crowd the possibility of going against
the wind, and of guiding her in any and every
direction, with a email rudder having only
seventeen square feet of surlace. He made
no long flight in one straight line, lest his
modus opera ndi should ho divulged; hut hy
a most ingenious plan demonstrated her ca
pabilities beyond all possibility of doubt,
whilst he prevented a public knowledge of
Ids method of propelling.
Alter a few short flights, to satisfy himself
and a few friends that nil was right, and that
she would do all ho bad contemplated, he set
her off in a spiral course upward, ehe going
at a rate of not lees than one hundred unci
twenty u-iles per hour, and describing circles
In the air cf more titan one and a half miles
In circumference. She made twenty revolu
tions before she entered the upper strata of
clouds and was lost to view. She passed
through the first strata of dense white clouds,
about two miles high, scattering them as she
entered In all directions. In her upward
flight ccnld be distinctly seenhsr rapid move
ments In a contrary direction to the moving
clouds, and as ehe came before the wind pass
ing by them with great celerity. As she was
distinctly seen thus to move, both below and
above the clouds on the clear blue sky at five
o'clock p. m., with the sun shining clear up
on her, there could be no mistake or optical
delusion to the beholder.
A Latryor’A Caveat,
"William H. Harding, a lawyer of Lee,
Haes., tad the misfortune a few days since of
'having bis marriage published in the Berk
shire £asU* To tills he, lawyer like, takes
exceptions. In a caveat -to the editor he
says:
The report of mv marriage, which I find in
vour issue of the 27th Inst., is not quite cor
rect: first—On the 20th of ‘Jnty, 1803,1
kept clo?e company with my law books.
Second—l was never In Lebanon Springs in
my life. Third—l never, to my knowledge,
taw or hcaid of the Rev, E. T, Ha at. Fourth
—the young lady mentioned as the hride is
the wife of my brother; and Fifth, I never
was married at all—l never came within gun
shot of marriage—l never wanted to get mar
ried—and finally, I never expect to get mar
ried. With the above exceptions yoar item
laull correct.
AND JEWELRY,
JAMES H. HOES,
Successor to Heard & Goes,
117 Im A.J3IE ST.,
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A ficcaiiortment cf
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Parian Vaacs, Statuary, Parlor
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' S.-T.-18C0-X.
A few bottles 01 Plantation Bitten
Will cure Nervous Headache. >
•* Gold Extra titles sad Feverish Lips..
• Boor Stomach and Fetid Breath.
” Flatulency and Indigestion.
** Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
•• Pain over the Ifrea,
- Mental Despondency.
•* prostration; Great WeaSmcss.
** ‘ Sallow Complexion, Weakßowels, 4c.
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It Is estimated that seta tenths of all ad nit oilman fa
proceed from a dtceaszd and torpid liver. Tlio tdiary
secretions of tie liver overflowing into the stomach
poiton the entire system and exhibit the above symp
totes.
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable care for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over
alx hundred aad forty thousand persons hare taken the
Plantation Bitters, and'oet an Instance of complaint
has come to oar knowledge!
It Is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of Hie.
The reports that It'relies upon mineral substances
lor Its active properties, am whcl'y false. For the
public satisfaction, and that patients may consultthelr
physicians, we append a fist of Us components. -
CaxiSATA p**w— Celebrated far over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever aad Ague. Dyspepsia,
Weakness. Ac. Itwas Introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, la I*lo. aad af
terwards told by the Jesuits for tus exorkous was
of mowK wiiaxrc nr emvss. uoder the name of
• Jssm'H Powders. and was finally made publlo by
Louis XVI. King of France. Humboldt makes specla
reference to its febrifuge qualities during bis South
American travels. .
Camusuxa Bark—For Diarahma. colic and diseases
of the stomach and bowels.
Daxdeoox—For inflammation of the loins and
dropsical affections. -
Cuaxosole Flowebs—For enfeebled digestion.
Latkxdeb Flowers—Aromatic, stimulant sad
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Wixteeoeeex—For scrofula, rheumatism,&c.
Anise—An aromatic carminative; cresting flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers pursing. ‘ -
Alto, clove bads, orange, carraway. coriander
snake-root, Ac.
S —T.-1800—X.
Another wonderful irgredlcnt, of Spanish origin.
Imparting beauty to the complexion and brilliancy to
the mind, is yet unknown to the commerce of tho
world, and we withhold its name tor the present.
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
Boon estes. N. T„ December 23,155 L
Masts. P. H. Dusks 4 Co.:—l have been a great
sufferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years and
had to abandon my protection. About three months
ago I tried the Plantation Bitten, aad to my great
joy, Inm now marly a" veil mac. I have recommend
ed them In several cases, and. as far as I know, always
wfiji signal benefit,
lam respectfully your*. REV. J. B. CATHOBN.
Philadelphia, 10th Mouth. 17th Day, 1152.
Respected Friexd My daughter has been math
benefited by the use of thy Pitmuiicu Hitters. Than
wilt tend me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ' ASA CURRCN.
EherkaK House. Chicago. HU Feb. 11.1363.
Messrs.P, li. Drake & Co.:—Please send ns another
twelve cases o! your PUntatiou Bitters. As a morn
ing appetizer, they appear to have superceded every
thing else, and are greatly esteemed.
GAOS * WAITE.
Yours, Ac.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any do
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stamps has net heretofore been possible.
The public may rest assured thatlnnocasiswillthe
perfectly pore standard of tho Plantation Bitten bo
departed from, Evrmr bottle bears rax fxo
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FOR RHEUMATISM. GOUT, NEURALGIA. LtW
BACH), STli'i* MICK AND JOINTS. SI’iIAINS.
srl’xsks. cuts and wounds, piles.
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS.
3crcD ofwtlch it h aspeedyand certain remM*/
*uu never foils. This Liniment is prepared from tut
jcclpc .of Dr. Stephen Sweet, or OucecUcut^the.
auacui bout setter, sod has been used in Ids practice
r«r more than twenty years with the most astonishing
'ACCCC s *. "*
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF BAIN, it Is unrivalled
Dr tu.y preparation before tae puhl’c, cf which thS
•roct skertlca ‘maj bo ccnrineed by a single trial.
Tills Llnlmer t wIS cure rapidly and radically. Rief •
static DLordi:r» cf every kind, and In ttieaajDJ* of
casus where It Las bean used It cas never beea known
NEURALGIA. it wfH afford Immediate relief
in every we. however distressing. _ _ .
It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE lc
three a.lnnte*.andl» warranted to do it.
TOOTHACHE o!«owllllt cure Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY ANIWENKRAL LAV
SITUD2, ariptog from Improdsnca or excess, tbit
Liniment is a most hapay and unfailing remedy. Act
log directly upon the nervous tissues, ft streagtociu
and revlviaee the system. and restores It to elwjUclij
• s aa eyte-nal remftdv. wa Claim
itiitnemtr known, and we challenge, the: world la
produce an equal. Every victim of this dlstresibg
comrislntshouldgiveitatrial, for ‘.willnot fell to
afford Immediate relief, and In a m wr .-vlty of cases will
affect a j:a»:cal cure. , _
QUINSY AND SOHS THROAT are oaetta&l fit
and dangerous, bat timely appll
cation of ttill Liniment will never fall t« care.
fiI'HAINS are tomtUnes very obstinate, and enlarge
ocr.» of the joists la liable to occir if neglected. Tbs
tromeasamay be conquered by this Liniment Is tws
%kuisbl!\!CT9, won-VDS. tprma. olckrs.
RUKNS Al«*D SCALDS, yield readily to the wonder
fnl healing properties of Da. Swawra Lktalmbl#
LnmttM* when used according to directions. Also,
c™&k“ raw , ia) f&t. *sa mastf
BITAff AND STINGS.
Every Horse Owner
obeald hare this remedy at band, forltatraelyuaeal
the lirst appearance cf tameness will effectually pre
vent thceo formidable disease*, to which all horeea are
liable, and which render so tnanv otherwise valuable
bora«» nearly worthies*. . . _ , ..
Over four hundred voluntary testimonials to the
wonderful cnraMve properties of this Liniment have
beer, received wltoln the lost two years, aad many ox
»teu (pirn persons in the highest ranks of IUU.
CAUTION.
To avoid Imposition, observe tbeßlgnarara
lew oiDr. Stepbea Sweet on every label, and also
"Strobes Sweets laftlllbla Liniment” blown la tbc
glajt)cf each bottle.wUboutwhlchnoaearo genuine.
RICHARDSON & CO„ ,
Sole Proprietors. Norwich, Ct
rot Me Hr LORD it SMITH, Gener&l Wcelsre
MILWAUKEE MILE FUR-
Sjjl nisbing
jSstaT^lisliixient.
MANUFACTURERS OF
FBENCK BURR MILL STOMSS,
And all descriptions of
MILL GEARING,
And dealers la
OLD DUTCH ANKER BOLTINS CLOTH,
as© aix rears or
DOLL ITURI^ISHTISrO.
The Lowest Rates Maintained.
Bc22k£G&lm EDT7. P, ALLIS & CO.
Xj'RUIT JARS AND CANS.—We
I* taye a large and complete assortment cl
iARXTIT JARS,
COUPBIBISG
BAKE It A LTMAI’S Tin Cana to Balder.
BABTEIX, Slum; & CD’S Tin Cans to Cement,
Epenccr's Glass Cans, for cork.
Brown Earthen Jan.
Enameled end Brass Preserving KetUea.
Tcalraja. of sdlpiadea. DritlanlA VFaxt.
Hardware, Bnlldors’ Mafcrlol, Nalls,
UiUcliet’N Flics, ■Warranted.
£<! co Xools,
ware,
UASrerAOTTTBSD EZTUSCBZ.T FOB tTB.
Flos Table Cutlery, of American and Burllbl brands.
Rubber Dandle Cutlery. Wbeteaholm Wade e
Dutcbtr and Pocket Bnlvcs and Uax&ri.
Grocer's Tea Cub. FUtrrs rc&therDartem. Rruabea,
Brooms. Wooden and Willow ware; manufacturers
of Tin. Cheet Iron and Copper Warea.
01 1 . A. B. &G. U. MILLSR,
au23 kESI.Im y 235 acd 237 State street. Chicago.
HALL bulletin,
r 1863.
eabdwabe. iiaedwake
EEASTOS COMING & 00.,.
IMPORTERS and jobbers,
Nos. 431 and 453 Broadway, Albany,
•win continue th® Hardware Business as heretofore,
end invite uo attention cl ilcrchantna the large and
weilseloctedstcekof
Foreign andDomcstlcShelf Hardware
Fc r the FALL 72-ADS,
•cr-vbrftclpg crPTJtblpp derrable to make the stock of
7 SlSSant complete, and wh ch they a 1 e prepsred to
1 tst ket pxlcej tot Ca?h or Approved
rvfdlt Met chants will co-suit tcelr lute rest by ex*
■minlDC cur itocs le'ore purchasing.
vr—Particularatienn.'u given to the execution
rhtfw BBASH B CORNING & CO.. •
ci oroe. olesa'e Dealer* I*. Shelf Hardware.
eeS-infOMJ-rM tflandtSS Broad ware. Albany.
»J0 INVALIDS.
G-AXiE XEIS-OTHUmiS*
WILD GRAPE WINE
k *» &s&%sfissstis: tttra **
ittsrCPxctmxD by
OAtE BROTHERS, DrOgglilß,
RANDOLPH STREET.
CHOICE BARLEY MALT AND
V-/ K?E MALT! mMn&cUrel la DeCKSber. Jae
umt. February and MSTCh. •
Barley BlaW* $1.50 per tm.-Si Iba.
Breßlßlt, SI.OO per bnobel-85 lb*.
IBWIK A MORHy. KO. 9 BMCd Of Traia BaDdtat
p. o.soxiro, itu-wm®
pOR THE FALL OF. 1863.
STRIKER & €O.,
141 LAKE STREET
Are a>w opening sad will bo dally leaving.
NEW FALL GOODS,
Eibbons,
Embroideries,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linens
Cottons, Silks,
Flannels, • Cloths,
1000 Balmoral Skirts.
Dress Goods,
Prints,
OF ALL QUALITIES.
IrtOOI? SKIRTS,
OF THE BEST MAKES.
Sbawls in Great Variety.
Fall Styles, of (Mis,
IN ALL QUALITIES,
A flue stock of Ladles aud Gents
Under Clotliing,
AUofwhlchwlUbesoldlow for cash.
Call Before Purchasing
AT STRYKER Sc CO'S.
i&l-mS7b-2w
1863. FALL importation.
EDMUND, YARD & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
Silks and Fancy Dress Goods,
617 Chesnut-St. and 614 Jayne-St.,
Have new opened their tan importation of Dreei
Goods, viz: Merinos, Coburg*. Alpacas, Rons, De-
Wars. Plaid aad Striped Poplins. Fancy and Black
Silks AJeo. & large assortment of Shawls. Balmoral.
Skirts. White Got»dß,LlDenß. EmbroUcriee.&C.,which
the* offer to the Trade at the Lowest Market Prices,
oul6-kSJ3-im
fiats, (Gaps, Jars, Sfc.
JJATS, CAPS,
-FU& GOODS,
AND
BUFFALO ROBES,
AT WHOLESALE,
e. ip. Xj. birooim:
50 Lake Street, Chicago.
I have or nand and am daOy rece'vicp a large and
attractive lathe above *l\e teweted
with creni c»ra for « e fall trade-, urc which I Offer to
Counoy Merchants at the Lo west Prices.
3D, 3?- Xj. BROOM,
Wholesale Dealer In
HATS, CAPS, PURS,
BUFFALO ROBES* &c.
50 I,alio Street, Chicago.
. [?eln.J»BT.]
jgr &R. B. WHITTEMOBE & CO.,
S7 Lake itreet, aad 43 Wabash aveaus.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
BUFFALO AM) FABTCY BOBES,
BUCKSKIN GOODS,
UHBBBLDAH, &c.
Our stock for the Fall Trade seeds no puffing.
Haring beep engaged la this business for twenty live
years la The TV&»t. wo Think that we know the wants
cfUzitcnarfie wbovWtthU»arket andwecord-ally
Invite them to call oa us. when they will bflconvinced
that they can get tic werth of their mensy. and tag
ftvlesof eoo'atultad to tnfir trade. Oar SENIOR
PARTNER retldfs tn New York, and H cofs»antly
in the market awd forwarding to us the new styles, as
fast as they appear. .
OUR MOTTO IS
LARGS BAINES AND SMALL PROFITS.
AH oifiera mended to oa day of receipt.
H. & R. D. WHIrTEMuRB A CO.
n. whittP.UOKX.New York. j.t. oiutxu. Chicago,
B. B WinTTKMOU*,6t. LOUiS, SASI'LBBOWir.
aoS>-luil4 Sw
"yyEBER, -WILLIAMS &FITCII,
25 liabo Street, CMcajo,
vsoLrsAxr dsalep-3 n.
HATS, CAP-S,
inXJR.S, eSec.,
Arc now prepared to offer by the package or dozen,
much tho hugest, most attractive ana
cheapest stock of
Hats, Caps, Furs,
Uaclukla Goods,
Buffalo sud Fancy Bobcs,
Umbrellas,
Ladles* Hats, AC.,
Tobeitmnd west of toe sea board, all or which we
can and will sell aa Iqw as any Ann EAST or WEST,
Special attention, la invited to oar exlcaelvastock ot
Fur Caps and ladies & Gents* Farsi
OBDBFS
Will receive prompt attention of one of oar firm.
Weber, Williams & Fitch.
auSS-kOCS-Sro
Proposals for sawed
LTOtDBK.
• onDNAScn Office, Isdianapolis. Lvm.cra, I
September sth. ivS f
SEALED PROPOSALS Win be received.*! this office
lot tbe following natertal:
White 0ak—55,000 feet.
White Ploc-122,000 feet.
All the above lumber mast bo of the best qasllty*
(tee from unsound kcote stake' or rots, to be cut fail
to hittt given and square on all the comers. Fall de
tails will bo given. and buia or the above lumber may
be examined at this office. Bids will be received lor
the oak and Pice together, or separately, anrt must be
marked on tbe envelope. " Proposals for Limber.”
All the above maUriA to be delivered at tr.e rite of
tbe Icditnarolls Arsenal, about one and a bait miles
from lie State Cspltol and half arallonortbcf theNa
tfotal F.oad. at buck times and In anch qainUUu as
may be dbecied. _ „
Bids man be addreised to Cap?. T. J. Treadwell,
Ordnance Department. Indianapolis. Indiana and will
be opened at 12 M.. October Ist. is 63. Lika ptonoasU
■Bill to received by Can!. J, w. Todd, Ordnance De
partment, Box 22. Coumbas. OMo „ _ ,
I ,a. TREADWELL.
scS-mHSSIt Capt. cl Ordnaoce, Con.maiding.
SUBSISTENCE office, u.s.
O ABHT. No aosermn sthuet. _ >
Baltimoks.M© . September 1-st. 13)13. f
SeslcdPropcsalsikPUPLiOATK are rssasctfiUlv in
vjieu by tbe undersigned unril 12M. TUESDAY. Sep
tenter 15th. IBC3. for furnishing the United states
Subsistence oenartment with—,
POUR THOUSAND (4.000) HEAD OF BEEF CAT
TLE on tbe hoof, delivered at tbe State Came Scales,
at Baltimore. Md. in iou of (1.000) one thousand each
every (lO)tcndasß; to be weighed within one and a
half dftvs after arrival, a; the expense of the contrac
tor. Tbeynostaveraga about (1.300) thirteen bua.
died pounds cross weight, all faUlog short of (1.000)
cue Iboaeendponeds gross weight, Bubs. Sues. Oxen,
Cows. Hctfers and Hornless Cattle, will be rejected,
Mmk tonus for proposals can be had on application
at tins office, either ta par*oo. by mall, or te’egrapX
The Goveruitcni will claim the right of weighing
any cue animal separate. If its aopearance Indicates
jtis weight than tbe mlnlmam mentioned above: the
expentc of welshing will be paid by the party erring
Tetcn uoresecure consideration must contain, oa
A SEPARATE BIIKST OF PAPER, a wrlttuU guaran
tee oi two responsible persons, as follows:
We .cf the county of Stale of—--.do
hercbv ccar&ntee that Is (or are) able to luml a
coutti« la accordance with the terms ol bis (or theb)
Dicpcjltloc, and abooldbls (or thsir) proioaltloa be
accepted be (or they) will .at once enter lato a con
tract la accordance therewith, and we are propfirea
• to become bis sccurlUca, giving good and sudicleal
bond f. lor Its luifllment.
Tee rerpocribUlty cf the guarantor? must be shown
by the otrcKl certificate of tbe Clerk of the nesrest
Dytrict Court, or of the TToltcd Slates District AUor
tey. to bo enclosed with the bid.
The Gcvcrnment reecrves to l:ne*ftbe right to reject
any or all bids conrifiered unreasonable.
i amenta to be mad* after each delivery la such
Ibr-ds as may be oa hand: if none on head, to bo made
as toon as received. , mt »opvtmv_
Proposals mua: be endoned distinctly. M PaOrvV
SAIS FOr. BBEF CATTLE,” and addrwed to
nios. c. SULLIVAN. C. 8., Baltimore. SlarjUud- rt
Ifabldlsla the name of a firm, their.names and
their post office eddrets must appear, or they Will not
be cocUdfrcd. . _ . - -
Each person cr every member of a firm offering a
urooosai end accompany It by an oslb of ftlleglance
io tbe United Stater Government. If be has not «•
mioiVwnnm.
rttns of-mis
t« ir.cdJ lit captain Mia c. a- P. B. A.
“PROPOSALS FOB ;SIOO,COO
JL SKWEEAGE BOrJDS OF THE CITT OF CHI
«Tro n City Coefteolleba Office.*
CA«o. Chicago. sept i»t isos, f
iVS? o°SSBS
s? ysc s 'onMoSS'tffi.'& dSiSs
aatnutetd by section
tfionWnter Bivleed City Charter ol Feb
™ isth iscs of the denomination of one thousand
l^CkraMchdated July Ist. 1563. aod pays Me la New
vrrtwSo five ytsTßOfur their date, with coupons
e-^riAPMtatitherate of seven (7) par cent.per an*
to New Tort. A*aUag
&SSIS’ desired, the
and the place of delivery.
wfasiLerChlcsto. New York or Boston. Tee persons
BTOPMais we accepted will receive inform*.
SS?of tteaameat this office. at the office of Messra
p ß s« B aK*Co. New Tort or of Messrs. J.
? Baa, Boston, as may be designated la
ti-elrwoposslß. wb«« they wIU be required to deposit
»li£Sfivefaysafter: tte opening cl th*.proposals,
to them respectively. wltn the pro
n inns therecn. and the amount cl talerssl on the
rontons to the tlno of deposit or payment. Bond#
EfttfuL delivered in Chicago, September and-la
■v*«Totk and Boston. September 10th. atjheplac*
aioreaald. to parties enllt.cd to them, acd they will
he allowed Interest from the time ol thtir deposit or
should be sealed, and endorsed
for Sewerage Bonds," and addreseed to
the nnCttslgncd.and where the parties are not known
to Wm. should contain references. _ • •
- Ko bt<heM thsa par will be considered. The Comp
troller reserves, as usual, the right to reject wy or
alltheblda.tf the public Interests should require It
Mt-mSSI- IU 3, S. HATES. CUy Comptroller,
Stumor!) Sitftra,
JJO STETTER’S STOMACH
BITTERS.
CONCLTJSrVTE PROOFS
OF THE EFFICACY OF
HDSTETTZR’S STOMACH BITTERS.
HEAR THE WITNESSES
Worthless and pernicious articles are so often bols
tered up in the advertising columns of the press by
fabricated letters, that the proprietors el KO3T3ST*
TEU’3 BITTERS rarely give quotations from their
business -*!orte*pocdcnce f lest the GENUINE OPIN
IONS of those who use aad appreciate a GENUINE
ARTICLE ahoal'd be confounded by the nnthinking
with the FULSOME RIGMAROLE put Into theoouths
of MEN OF STRAW by unscrupulous empirics and
charlatans, whose doublo object is to SELL both their
trash and the PUBLIC.
Believing, however, that FACTS IMPORTANT TO
THE HEALTH AND COMFORT OF THE PUBLIC,
and which can be VEPJFIED AT ANT MOMENT by
addressing the parties who •roach tor them, ought not
to be hid under a bushel, the undersigned publish be
low a few communications of recent date, to which
they Invite the attention of thepeoplo. and attha same
ESPECIALLY BEQUEST all readers who may
feel Interested In the subject to ADDRESS THE IN
DIVIDUALS THEMSELVES, and ascertain the cor
rectness of the particulars.
It say be thought, perhaps, that a preparation like
IIOSTETTER’S STOMACH BITTERS which has long
beena STANDARD TONIC throughout the WESTERN
HEMISPHERE, and Is rapidly becoming a staple of
trade at the antipodes, speaks for itself In stronger
tones than private ealoglam can speak of It. This Is
true; hut the phases of disease are almost innumera
ble, and every day new Instances of the success of fixe
Bitters, either as a PREVENTIVE or a CUBE, coma
to the knowledge of the proprietors through (be mails.
South of these art of Immense-Interest to thousands
placed In precisely the same circumstances as the par
ties who have been PROTECTED or RELIEVED, and
therefore U seems almost on act of duty to put them
on record.
For example, seven-eights of tiso multitude* who go
to sen suffer more or less from SEA SICKNESS. They
dread thl« terrible affliction more than the fury oC the
elements, audit mnsthe as unspeakable satlafiicUouto
them to learn that It can be averted by the use of
HOSTETTER‘3 BITTERS, It la only within the last
twelvs months that this GREAT FACT IN MEDICA
TION has been established, and hence it is not univer
aally known. Thoce who bare tested this newly de
veloped property of the preparation, and escaped sea
sickness by its old, aro naturally anxious to spread tha
glad tidings among all who “go down to tho sea Sin
fiilpsuaddobuslnedaoD the great waters.’* The wit
ness 0Q this point whose testimony Is appended, not
only gives hlaownexperieace.bot corroborates It with
emphatic evidence from other sources. If there be
any who art skeptical ou the subject, they are hereby
referred directly to Urn and to the gentleman who
shored w tth him the beneficial effects of the antidote.
The-immense increase in the sale of HOSTETTEIi’S
BITTERS, both at hone and abroad, daring the past
year, proves that the world, while it obeys the Scrip
tural injunctions "try all things,” only “HOLD FAST
to that which is GOOD.” Spurious preparations, like
poisonous fungi, are continually springing up, but
their character Is soon discovered, and they arc “flung
like worthless weeds away," On the other hand. »
irreat antidote,that performs all It nromlaej.andteveu
ajorc than its proprietors claimed for it on Its Intro
duction, is •* not tor a day, bat for aU time."
Lvcry dose administered of n useless or deleterious
nostrum helps to disabuse the public mind of the im
pressions it may have received from the flourish of
rarer eta with which the deceptions article was an
nounced; while, ou the contrary, every bottle sold of
a realty valuable medlcice secures the permanent cus
tom of tho purchaser, and makes Ulcraa ADVER
TISER OF ITS MERITS among his friends, ltl**fini
that lIOSIETTER’S BITTERS have ootalact their
unparalleled popularity. The Press, indeed, has made
the GREAT STOMACHIC widely known, hut Itia tha
uniformly successful results of PERSONAL EXPERI
MENT that have rendered it a HOUSEHOLD MEDI
CINE throughout thelcngth aad breadth ct the laud,
and the main reliance of tie TRAVELER, the VOY
AGER. the MINER aad thePXONEEB.
During the Sommer months apure.wholesome Tonic'
which are also Incorporated tho properties of an anti
bUioosasd mlldaperlcnt agent, is essentially needed.
Such a preparation la HOSTSTTER*3 STOMACH
RITTEHS,tte sorest preventive and core of dyspepsia,
bUlonsceis. constipation aad nervous debility ever
placed within the reach of the community.
Against the depressing and sickening tendency of
heat and it Isa potent lafoguard,and upon
persons of feeble constitution and uncertain health,
IU renovating effects ora most extraordinary.
fir. Nicholas Hotel, New Toes. March 3,1C53.
Db Hostkttxb—Dear Blr; Belas of abllious tea
perairest. and bavins snifcredmach from ec» slcknef*
heretofore. I determined, when leaving Now Orleans
for New Tort, in Juno last, to try your celebrated
Stomach Blttera. ’ Having mode the trip In the propel
ler Tnule Wind without theleaat lnconvenlence,owlng
to their prevehllvo efficacy, I procured, on the 20th oi
July, a box of yoor Bitters, for the use of znyislt and’
a few Diced*. on our contemplated voyage to Europe
’la tho Great Eastern, After getting to sea I opened
the box. and. together with about ten of. ay fellow
passcngw.partookcf the Dlttc®. On tho second day
some of the ladles on board felt sea sick, but by taking
hfllln'wlne glassful three times a day.theysooare*
covered. Dr. Goldsborow. the ship's physician, and
Capt Baton, the Commander, together with a large
portion of the passengers, subsequently cxperlmeted
with tho Bitters, and uniformly with entfcb success.
Tney wia certify to tho feet tbatduriag the whole trip
not one person on board was seasick after the second
day. Dr. G. having appropriated the last remaining
bottle, as an Infelllble epeeffic. I had none of the arti
cle on toy return voyage, and suffered more than X can
describe in cccsequeueo. I have orders for two boxes
from two of toy late fellow passengers, now In Liver
pool, and shall tend them out by the next steamer.
ought tohave a depot InLlverfrooL Advising all
persons vectoring for tho first time (or indeed at any
time} to sea. to obtain, U possible, a supply of your
Bittern belcre leaving port, and thereby SECURE
themselves against sea sickness.
I am. respectfully,'' r obedient servant.
JOHN A MUELLOK.
BnoOßxrv. N. T„ May 22d, IK3.
Messrs. HosrztTES & Smith,
GKsrutatacr I have need your Bitters during tbs
ast six weeks, sed feel It doe to you and to the public
to express my beany approval of tbelr effect upon me.
I never wrote a ** puff** for ony one. aad I abhor every
thing that cavers of quackery. But your Bitters are
entirely removed from the level ofthemexe sosrmma
cf the day. beirff patent alike to an. and exactly what
they profess to be. They are not advertised to cure
every thing; bnt they are recommended to assist nature
In too alleviation and ultimate healing ot many of the
most common Infirmities of the body* and this they
uiU accomplish. I bad been nnwell for two months,
as la usual with me during the Spring. 1 was billions,
and suffering from Indigestion aad a genera] dlseoao ol
the mucous membrane, and though compelled to keep
at work, lu too discharge ofmy professional duties, was
very weak, of a yellow complexion, no appetite, and
much cf the time confined to my bed. When I had
been taking your Blttersawcekmy vlgorreturned,the
sallow complexion was all gone. I relished ay food
and now I enjoy the duties of toe mental application
which so recently were so very Irksome and burden
some to me. When fused jour Bitters I F2Lr a change
every day. These arc facts. All Inferences must ha
made by each individual for himself.
Tours, respectfully, W. B. LEE.
Pastor of Grenue avenue Presbyterian Church.
PEOSPSCT COTTAOB, Geoeostowx.D.C.. Aprils, 13C3
jlsssra. llostettkb * Sanro,
GsXTLBHiQf —lt gives tne pleasure to add rr-y tes
timonial to those of others, la favor of your excellent
prer aratlon. Several years of residence on tbe banka
of s Southern river, andofcloseappUcatlon to literary
work,had so thoroughly Kxhaunedmyncrvoossystea.
and undermined my health, that 1 had become ft sub
to: toDespepsia, and NervdnsHeadacherccarrlngat
short Intervals, and defying an knows remedies la tbe
Materia Medics, t had come to the conclusion that
nothing but a total change of residence and pursuits
would restore my health, when a friend recommended
Hostetler’s Bitters. I procured abott'.a as an experi
ment. It require I but one bottle to convince me that
I had found at Icet the men? coamixATiox of bsxb
Dise. The relief It afforded sc haabcea complete. It
Is new some years since I lint tried Hosletter’sßltters
and it Is but just to say that I have found the prepara
loa all that rr CLAma to ns. It Is a Siaxij.it®
?a3HZ.t Cosliai, vith cs; acd even as a stdiulast
we like It better than anything else; bat we use It la
allncrvcns, bilious and dyspeptic cases, from fever
down to toothache. If what I have now said will lead
any dyspepsia or nervous Invalid to a sure remedy. 3
fii ail have done some good.
I remain, gentlemen, respectfully yours.
E. D. B. N. SOUTfIWORTH.
v»ty DSTASTitrST. Bureau of Tabu# and Dock?. >
* iU December 3Cth,lSGi. J
i!etS7».BosTrprKtt & Sksth, Pittsburg. Px,
GrmxxHEK rrAbout four years sicca my attention
w« called to yoar Celebrated Stomach Bitters, I being
at the time a perfect martyr to Dyspepsia, In all or Its
terrific fonts; Indeed, I tadncl known lor six years an
uninterrupted night’s sleep. I commenced the nee of
yonr Bitters, taking them according to your directions,
except that the dose was reduced one-ball, and found
myself much, test ketch benefited by the first bottle
the second relieved me entirely ; bat I have everslncn
taken a dose In the morning. Immediately on. rising,
finding It to act as a Tonic and Appetizer of the most
.AOitssAiasoziAKACrzx. Therein a peculiarity In tha
effectof yonr Bitters on me.which It may be well t
stotc; If from any cause I shall be suffering so acentely
with the Headache. a dose of yoor Bitters snusvss.
mfi in nrtzßi anscms. In cocclnaloa.leay, with ail
sincerity and troth. I would not bo returned to the
state of health in which yonr Bitters found mo, and
: from which they hare unquestionably ogr.T»Y»p
me, yon all tub kojott nr th* world.
. * I am.-with crest respect.yoarobtserv’t,
JOHN W. BBONAUGH, Chief Clerk.
, NSW CONVALESCENT CAKP.>
Near Alexandria, Ta„ May 2Uh.1563. f
Messrs. Hostettbb & Extra,
Dzab Sibs r—'Wlll yon do me the favor to forward
by express one-half dozen Hostetter'sStoraachßUters,
with bill, for whlehlwlß remit you on receipt of same
as lam unable to procure your medicine here; and 11
had a quantity It could be sold readily, as It Is known
to be the best preparation la use for diseases baring
their origin with a diseased stomach. I have used and
sold hundreds of preparations, hut yonr Bitters are
superior to anything oftheklnd I am cognizant with.
Indeed, no soldier should be without It, should ho be
ever so robust and healthy; fbr It U not only a
toratitk, but a PreventlTO for almost *
so'dler'.sßubjwUo. I ttvobwa
IndlzetUon. and no medicine bab ayyokdxd k* the
Soot TOtraa ha*; »» Itrustyouwmioseaotias
SiSUIBX. BTEKS. HOSPltt St3Tlti.
hosxexteh & smxßf'
Proprieton, Pittabcrgi Pa.
Kex To* Office, Ko. i Braadtraj,
stlmb«a’s Mail]a
JTBUfBOLD’fI
IirLMBOI-Df
Ui'LVBOLXJa
BKLUBOLD3
BSLMBCLDI
HIGHLY COHCKHTRATKD
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
HIGHLY CONCSNTBATSD
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT EUOHF
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU,
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHL
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHU
A POSITIVE
A POSITIVE
Apoamvs
AND
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPZCmo REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
SPECIFIC REMEDY
Koa-Kctentioa or Incontinence of Urine,
Irritation, Inflammation or Ulcer&tlon of
the Bladder and Kidneys, Diseases of -
the Prostrate Gland, Stone in the
Bladder, Calculous Gravel ox
Bride Dust Deposit,
AS3>
Hocoas or Milky Dlsehorgca, and all Diseases
or Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys,
and Dropsical Swellings existing in
Men, Women or Children.
HEJ-JSEC&B'S EXTRACT BPCSU,
RELSEOLD’S EXTRACT BCCRC,
RELiUBOLB’S EXTRACT BCCIHT,
HELMBOLB’S EXTRACT BCCHE,
HELitIBOLD’S EXTRACT BBCHU
Tor Yfeakaraa arising ten Sxce»ea, Habits of DlasS
patlnn, attended with the rtHiciwfcj; symptoms;
Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Power. A*cta
cf Memory. Duficnity of swathing, weak
Nerves, Trembling. Horror of Disease,
Dlxnnfb3 of Vision, Nakalnlneaa,
file Id the Back. Universal
Latitude ol the Muscular
System, Hot Hacda.
yjuahlagolthe
Sody.Dry.
r.cs? oC
Bkia. ,
ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE-,
PAIIID COrSTEfASCE.
Tbeso gymatcaa, if allowed to go on, which ttla
Medicine invariably removes. scoo follows Pa*
tatty. Ppiieptic PUs. la one or which tbs
patient- nay expire, Who can say that
they are cos freqoertly followed by
those “direlttl diseases/* ’’lN*
SANITY and CONSTOP.
TION." Many are tfware
cf «e cacf* of their
snffalnge, hot none
Win confess.
• The
records
of the In
sane Asylum,
and the Melan
choly Deaths by coa
mnctOD. bear ample
witness to the troth of the
assertion. Thecoartltnt’on once
affected with cncanlc Weakness, re
quire* the aldoflwdldafitoStrecgthen
«Bd lovlimratA the System, which HKLM*
BOLU S BliKicT BBcHO IKTiEIABLI DO3S
gEIjgSBOIiP>S
HHLHniOLD>S
BGUSBOLDIS
BEL9|BOLD>B
BBLIKSOLBiS
EKUSBOLD’S
HKLUEBOID’S
' KCLIRBOIi]S>S
BSLaßaa^s
Higily Concentrated
Compound Mold Extract
” Sarsaparilla,
ret
periling
the blood, ns
moving all dla*
eases arising from ox*
and impradendea !a
life, chronic constitutional
tlaeases arising from an Import
state of the blood, andthe only reli
able and effects*! known remedy for the
core of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt
Bheazn, Faina and Swellings of
. the Hones, Ulcerations oflhe
Throat andLegu, Blotches,
Pimples onthe Face.
Tetter, Erysipelas,
and an scaly
eruptions
Of tho
skis*
And Beautifying the Complexion.
SOT A FEW
sXtt4WwAdSwrd«sthat*ffiict mankind ensatroa
the ccsxnutltm that accmsalstae In the blood. Of au
the diaccverlea that have been made to purge It oct,
nSjeom eqaal in effect HBLMBOLD * oOMPODHIi
EXTRACT O? SARfcAPAJULLA. Is cltanses and
renovates the blood, instils the vigor oi health into the
mtem. and purees ont the humors which make ala,
esee, it stimulate the healthy fasctior.s of the body,
and expels the disorder* that grow aac rankle In the
bleed. Such a remwty, that con’d be relied oa. has
loc" been sought for. and now. for the first time, the
pnlftlchaveooeouwuchthcycandepeDd. Oar apace
cere does not aiurlt certificates to show Its erects, bat
thetrtal ot aalnglsbottle willabowto the tick that it
hMvlrtnetinirpsMlscatythtsg they have ev«r taken.
two table apcomtui ot the Extract of Sarsaparilla
added to a pint ot wamr.!? equal to the Litton Diet
Drtrk,*nd one bottle la falJy equal to a gallop ol
the Bytppcf OarsaparCla. or the Decoction. as usual*
lT HSTRACTS RAVB BKZK ADMIX*
TS TO USK IK TBS SUITED STATES ARMY, ana
are »iy> in very general use is all the BTATK HOS
PITALS »nd PtJELIC SAKITAKY IKSTITUTIOtJi
throughout the land. wweU *« la private nraokces,
tnd are sontfdered os Invaloabie remedies.
Bee Medical Properties of BueUv.
FROM DISPENSATORY OF THE
UNITED STATES.
900 FiOfCMOr DST7EHA* valuable works os the
Practice of Physic.
See remark! made by the laft celebrated Dr.
PHYSIC. Philadelphia.
Sej remarks made by Dr. arartATM MoDOWELL,
a celebrated PhyslclAn. and Member of the Boyal
College of Surgeons, Ireland, and uablUbed la the
transactions of me King and Queen's Journal.
■>, Medlco-Cblmrcical Review. pnbUahed by HER
AAiilK TBAVKKfI. S’viiow official College of Ss3
geonfc .
See most of the late standard Works of Medicine.
‘PRICES:
Eitnutßicho si.ooper butt*, or Six for $5.3«
“SorsapariU*. SI.OO per bottle, or Six for $5.00
Delivered to cay address, securely packed from ob
servation.
AddxtM letters for lafonxiaUoa, ta eoaJdsnee. t»
• • HBLMBOLO’S
HELiIBOLD'S
HKLMBOLD’3
HELMBOLD’S
H2LUBOU>S
• - medical DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT,
MEDICAL DEPOT.
MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 SOUTH TENTH BTBS3T,
104 SOUTH TENTH STBJSET
10| SOUTH TENTH STREET;
104 SOUTH TENTH STREBT,
104 SOUTH TENTH STBSTi,
(szlov cznszsnrr,)
(ssuow oaanrnrr.)
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHILADELPHIA.
PHn.MIKT.PmA.
BSWABS or COTTSTEEBEITS AS33
CSPSIKCIHJED DEALERS,
wno mmaTOx to
Disnctb ol “their own" and "other" article* on ta*
reputation attained hy
Utmpoml pbepaeatiohs
IstpAßA-rioaa;
CTT.-MTiOU’B
OJJJONI EXTRACT BUCHU,
gSLMBOLD’S
(3ESTOSE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
EELWBOLD’B
QECTXSB IMPROVED ROSE-WASH.
Bold by Ornggist Everywhere,
ASS FOR HEIMBOLD’S.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD’S.
*■“ cut out the Urntoment »nA muA
or JdaSMoWtoposiUonMideipomu*.
mtu-i
kotlurt ttni SUomboot Siut .'
pANADA AND UNITED
KJ STATES ANNSXBD BT
Michigan Southern
MD GRAND TRUNK RIILROIDS.
Paaeagcrs solas to DETROIT will flii tte
Michigan Southern Road
THE MOST DIRECT
AAB COMTOKTABtE SOUTH
BAML. C. HOUGH. Wwtem PaMenser A goat.
TTOR LAKE SUPERIOR.—Th«
X’ splendid first-clanPassecgerSteaaitaat
PIANKT-C»pt, Xi. CbaxsberUaS)
1711! me dartnf the season of 1563, leaving Chicago**
7 o'clock In the evening. lor Superior Ct&»
sad&alntermediate porta, on the foaowlag d*f*t
TUESDAY. Aag 25th. for Superior City.
SATURDAY, Sept 6th. ~ Ontonagon,
TUESDAY. ** Ijca, *• Superior CRf, .
MONDAY. *• 2Sth. “ Ontonagon,
TRW KY, Oct. Btn, - Superior atf.
THURSDAY, " J2d, “ Ontonagon.
MONDAY Nor. 2d, ** Superior City,
WEDNESDAY** 15*Jx. ** Ontonagon.
Her dock is oa Elver street, first stave Bask ttnOl
Bridge. For freight or onsaiae apply os board or 14
_BTOiaJ.fi. GOODRICH 5 A 3 Km Krw.
XB©3. THE 1833.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL S. B?
135 DUm Double TmoSU
32 order to Seta pace with the dsmaaoacftussaVHi
lag public, the micagera of this popular route M«e
ended nisy taproveineati dunce the jur
with in connections, It will be found la all resseeci A,
FIRST CLASS BOlfra to ill ft* Raster? T*?
track is stone beC sited, sad entirely Bee from v it±
THHgRDAILY TRAINS7BOM
I’rTTSBTTHGH TO PHILADELPHIA
(with close connections Box Wasters Otto*)
All connecting direct to New York, THEOUGH PHTW
ADSLPHLA, aad close connections at Harmbnxz mi
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
From Pittsburgh to New York, one bals mas dgfl§>
■OOmfles.) vliiQlantown. without change cf Cm, Sgt
rrnnk tn rdvazca of all ether roatee.
SEVEN DAILY TRAINS FKCJf
PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YOMU
Ticket* for rale to Boston by boat or na, BoaftTt*
gets good on my oftha sound Uses. FiretoitipolMß
%i low as any route.
Bleeping Cars on night trains to Philadelphia. M 0
York end Qilttmore.
Baggage checked through tod transferred fro*.
FREIGHTS,
9f ttds Route Pmetu ol all aeecrtpUot* css be OH
wwiinomn trees.rMiideiphi*.New Tori,Bostd.,
orßaitticore.to aad from mV point oa the EatecSS
of Ohio. Kentucky. Indiana. niinolJ JWiacooala. lowa,
or Missouri av i.n.ifUD niaacr. J
The Penasylvar-la central Railroad also connects k
Pittsburgh with Steasjeia. by which Goods cm be JC3>
warded to lay port on the Ohio. Mtulaonßi. JUi.
lucky. Tennessee. caxbcrimd. ullcois. MisnsnpgA.
Wlscoceia.Mlsaouri. Ssnsai. Arkanaaa and Rm R*yws:
and at Cleveland. Sacdotky and Chicago with
an to all Porte on the North-Western uakoa.
Merchants and Shipper* entmrOhg the traavnart*»
tios of their Freight to this Company, caa rely w(Sk
on Us speedy tracitc.
THE RATES OP F£&l6il7 to'tad tTOni IQ7?OCR
lathe WestbythePesasylvacla Cet<cz&lEaUroaaa3|r
at all xoras a 3 TAvoujrtJt l 3 xia ohazaxb jrr ons
t3hklLßoikDoo>O*iHX*B.
ESTBepartcuAraadmArk package* M TU7X3an
Csttsilß B."
For Fruiglit Contract? or SMpnlne Direction*, imb?
too: &dditsa either o£thc fcLowing Agents isSs
00: jI^. r 5TE^Airr L Fre , ght Agent. Fmstrargtt,
CLARKS A CO.. Trasaier Aganti, Pitlabuf*”*,
H. W. BROWS A CO.. DrclucatL OWo.
B. c. HSLDEiTM A CO.. Madison. Indians..
J. 2. BOORS. Lonlrolle. Ky. '
. W. AIKMAx a CO.-K74nrrtEe.lafi,
B. i\ BASS. fit. Louis. Mo.
CLARKS a CO-CWcsso, Gllnela.
J. H. McCOLM, Portsmoath.Oßlo.
BcNEELY A MORT6O!£KB7. MayeiTCle. Ktf.
W. B. A R. L. LAJNGLBT, GaUlpollA. Ohio,
n. 8. PLE2VIE, A CO.. Ss-iMTIBe. OWO.
«. a. 9rDsos.EiDie7.owe.
:v aM?TJ)SPH. General TtaTOllagigGst Xf BZ
Booth and west.
ZITB
STOCK*
Dtcfera sad Farmer* wlDdud thU ua»«AaMK
agsoue route for Lire Stock. Capacion* Yard* waft*
watered and anopded with every convenience HIVI
bees opened on tela Use and Ita connections and evagf
attention la paid lt> thar wants. Prom Harrlabnwt
where will he loan* ever; conicalecce for feeding a»s
-estlrg.a choice is etrered of the ywrt.anwr.wmfr
FEW YORK aid SJX7IMOB3MARKETS. Tbtawß.
aliobeiantidtSe shortest, quickeet and n't??* dteeS:
rout* for Stock to New York—{ns AUentowa>-«®e
With icwer changes than an; other.
SKOCE LST7?S. Gaul finpt. Altoona. Ft.
L, L. HCUTT. 3 cm Ticket agent. Philadelphia.
B. B. HOUSTON. Sea'i rr eight Agent. Phl.adMP>»l
laSY?«3lv
€rprfsj £ii«a.
186 3.
Weston Transportation Company
AND
- WESTERN EXPRESS,
THE WESTERN TRANSPORTATION’ COMPANY
have made arransementa to ran their Lake Steam
Propellers on altercate days with those of the
PTETV XOBK CENTRAL
mCDiCAX CUNTRAIi BAILROiBS**
—ALSO—
THE WESTERN EXPBES9,
lionsJas over the New York Central Raliroid to Bui*
fa=o.ardconr.ecilcg with the rations lUUroadsrnß*
nln - West, and the ctffjrent Lines of Propellers oa
tic Upper K.d I* - * ei Lakes,
Pot bills of lading and contracts via Canal or BaO>
road, apply t> the foQowlcg agents:
HUGH aLLXN, N».l,CmatUfl SUp. New York.
ETVSRHTT CLAPP.No.I.CcanUM SHp.NeWlork,
AEG. C'*LSEN. No. 1 Cmutiaa Blip- New York.
S G.CHASE. 113 Pier. Albany.N.Y.
S.G (UASS.UI Hlvers:ieat.Tro v.N.Y,
j.L HERD A CO.. Hurd’s Dcck.Catrolt.Mleh.
E. A. BUCK, Green Bay. WUu _ „
jT J. TALLMADGB. hL&P.D. C. B.K, Dock. Mil
waukee. Tv is. _
WESTERN TRANSPORTATION C 0„ Huflklo.
JNO BEAM & CO., Erie.Pa.
BOND * MORRIS Cleveland .Ohio
H&F&I58 & GRIFFITH. Toledo, Ohio..
■w, F. DILL. Sand**’ y, Ohio.
A ?. DUTTOJ*. BflClae. W!s. _
KEKO&HA PIKB COktPAST. Kenosha, Wl*.
IF E. VttRIGHT & CO- Waukeegatt, Dl.
j, F. KIRKLAND. Sheboygan, Wls.
J. W. TI TTLE,
General Western Agent. Ho. 3 State street, Chicago*
eeS mit23tu
OHIO AGO AND ST. JOSEPH,
\J MICHIGAN.
NOTICE
To Fruit drovers and Dealers,
By arrangement with the Steamers
Lady Franklin and Barber,
the arericix express comm
Will nm Keosensoro daily botwoon St. Joaopi
and Cbieago.
We feel confident that shippers win find It for their
Interest to ship by oar Company, a* as atz, yastonra
AXK DtUVJUTSD PBOaPTLy AT DOOB OT CONSIOX***
wlthont extra charce for cartage or dockage.
Particular attention wtl be given to the transferor
rmlt d'stlned to points beyond Chicago, whlca will
be re shipped by xibst train ants* abbzvac of
boat. .Rates low. All claims for lowd promptly adf
jus ed. D. 8. COOKE. Agent,
Office corner of Late and Dearborn street
ChL-ftgo. September 2d, 1363, aeS-aSH 1#
MERCHANTS’ DISPATCH
" FAST FREIGHT lINB,
ovnss ASD HAIUGB9 BI TUB
• AMERICAN EXPRESS 00.
Or and after this date, by special arrangement, th«
Merchants’ Dispatch will receive and for wara from,
tala Qty to New York and Boston. Batter. Exits. Ponl
a’.Pars. and cttarflrighrsreqatrlfltr quick transport*
OD. AT to W3C UAT29 AXD IN BITTIS TUCK TOAJV
OA3BXOBXaIHBZ> 37 AXTOTBZB BOOTS OS OoHTBS - -
A3CB, exrspt the regular express by passenger trainee
Time guaranteed to Kew York In Are days, and to
• Coetoo in six days. .
AH shipments received at door of ihlpper, and deliv
ered staeetinatloapcx* of cartage. . , '
The well-known reparation oi The Line m traesport
tu w«#tw»Tdboucd nn>lnea during the last tenyevft
will be a sufficient guarantee that all coatracta toads
by uwlllbeCuOjfnlly carried out. , _ ...
Tho Merchants' Dispatch is alto prepared to offer 6»-
ereaatd facilities, both in time aadriUe. fiat westward
boondbnalaeia. .
trar freight* are transported by Emigrant cad Fait
FreightEarmaTralLa.ana aio bandied by oar ow»
men at all points of transfer. . . .... . I
Claims for losses or damages will be proptly adjust*
at Office*
M.C.R.B.buCdlng.Ko.lßc^
Or of P, LKKSKBACKEB. Contracting Agent foe
HeTcbunta’ Dispatch and American EzpienCompanF*
esrrer.of Lake and D-atbom streets.
CMeago June 2S. ISC3. aaSl-k7aß-lM_
Boots anl( Sljaes.
Jj'AlL TRADE.
Boggett, Bassett & Hills
BOOTS & SHOES
AT WHOLESALE.
Ottr stock b bow foB sad complete. It baa been
selected wIU» great care, arc coraprUea all styles »nls
tdtcthelrndeofWu;eraSt*t«ha4Temu»riw.
TTe ate prepared to sell goods ol tho best quality nt
tie lowest cash price*, sad respectfully aak as a*«w»
cattoa ot oar stock. .
orders stall recess oar immediate and ca-aftil »**
leaflca.
XCGGRTT, BASSETT & SEEM*.
S9 tad SI Lake it. Comer Wabash awme, Chicago
fcoU-grg-3m
Coat
GOAL ! f COAL 11!
I f tm scran ton. Plttstan. WQkesharre and She
aoilneo*! Companies of Peanayirani* again off* h»
Se public their choice family ccsb aa follows ta
MJBfIV , .
SAKCBCGe,
eaiAMj £Q«*
r&kgb,
GH£s^mr
ATDimr.
Kniat their owu com axclnrlmiy. can furnish qoa*
jnmera or dealers at the lowest market price*.
Offices 2K East Ifarison street. 126 South. Market
street. asdtfU) South Clariktreet foot of Liberty. Port
Office Drawer 6157. BOBER? LAW, Agent.
. Lehigh, Bioabur* h. Briar Eill-Eria aad oust Coats
cs hand. Also choice brands of Ptg Iron. _
lelMttlh-atP b. Law
hotels.
'J'HE DE SOTO HOIT3E
—AT—
GALENA n,LEf°IS.
TSU lnrx« wmZ? Ts a
to Uso pobllc op,aid paired.
beingworoaahjyrfoow|jl“ _ £veil
The SSfe ** VJS?£&£
“*KSgg£ffi«ha* capacity on ** *“*•
lm opo°ihß*«^^ r r Q3sr Z4OUS ISO
eOLDKS Z^ffiSaKglSN: L*sflT.
sbDltlf ■aa a caterer are already ks»wh t*
tb si f -iiSro*m a wp ifMla^‘?, d « aTortta **»*» m *
i cSS«»DIa heme for
B cS£«nSoderate. ria-aiW*

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