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Uifiie Foster Es»hcr rules
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*rgr fella rn’es French M P mles
. u Brlcgct Louise French Jane mrs
-Ts Franklin Emily miss
Pel. Mury tnra Frary Ella mips
.-'ihhc Caroline miss Fuller Henry M mra
i itzFiiucucs Jos mrs S FullerH a mrs
Flvl‘tlrr SopbiaU mra Frost Bell miss
Fiji u Kilen n.rs Furlonj Harriet L mra
Util LcrDci I s - L miss
Oalhiy Susan Gilmore Sarah Jane mr*
Cam.vnEUcnn.c-. Giubens Sarah M E
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Gab ‘el Mary rule* Clltman Ann mrs
GHrtiiii EHm mrs Glca<>Oii Mary mra
Gart'uer S P mrs Goodman Hattie E miss
Gan in Caroline mrs Gosseiin Hattie mbs
GcrMipoiy Marymre Gorman Bridget -
Gartner Mna mrs GianthauEMmis*
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Cariiy fcarah rales Graves Fannie miss
Gt-ratiy EUraralss ■ Green mrs
Gates James L tnrr Greene Annie miss
Gvh6n D Q mra Gundry M A miss
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GcotguEvncar* Grot Margaret miss
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Hull e' B raics Ueiideo Cynthia mles
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Hunt Mary Ann miss Hickey Catbrluc miss
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Kcarnev Sarah Klngsland A W mrs
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Kcrdall Helen 1) tales Krunff Kllsa miss
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Simon Catbcrin mlsi Halirsa Ami urs
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Aiken Ato Anubroita G U Adame a\\ T •
Austin W n Aiiatln James . Atwood G VT
AclaxupWiuArcvAdempon Forge Agleswortb Por-
Aldncii Wiiil) Adler G W ter
Austin WE Armstrong Geo Austin Benjamin
Arlington Wax Adams Samuel Arnold B F
Adamson Jobs Arnolh Fit* Jae Aiken AA co
Allyn \V (i Alim E E Arnold IIF
Aecuian Joseph Albro ES Andersou John
Ac-an J It Ambrose Daniel Alien John
Adam CP AuetinEdwaidAAtkmaou Cha
Allen Wm Alien David Andrews WE
Ball mr Branco Michael Becker & Roe*
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Baubw Ltfctcr Hudell John C BUknop A L
CainWnr CIsmII John F CtUedlct iFroc*
Caiker Win Better John W man
Ba’iancc T\’ P Mn.k Jas Bell U P
Baittett John Clukelr J Y Benedict &co
Carton John Blue li W capt Ct-uuig Ambrose
BahaneJolm Blair CT Berura U*eu
Bonuon Jae Black D n Brmie Alexin*
BbtnesJay BtruuDF der
Barker Lewis Bills Qm Brown JQ
Batchlldcr J B Bcmia Tho> K Burtmell Lewis
Back J C Claney Thoa C Borklin Werner
BartouJOrcr Britton E capt,
Barry Harvey Blacke tone GeoAhreck H
Halcomb Uriah Bell O W Crown ujr
Hair Daiv.y D 3 Cviiuett Thco* Cradahaw mr
Baker Drury P dore O Bond L L
BardTD BcovdlctEU BreuiiuLJ
Bacon Gt o Blckntll E B-’oJerlck Midi*
Baker Fxedß Blackburn Ed* ad
CaetlßS xauud Broods Joseph
Barker Fred Becker RlchdP Brown Luke S
Bechler r'tcvtnClMl IIJ Biovrulog il P
Ban-lay Robt -BcittUtß J Brown L 0
BatkiinDavldC BdIEF Brueoa W C
Barrett Edwd Blake DP Btashaw Joseph
Bast* x Patrick Bennett C Hciptßrauher John
Ba> ncs Clias Bid • t-li C U Balcliv Joseph
UtididnC&L BiehopCC Bogle Jas
Baker &co Blgga ChasL Biyai.t.l O&CO
BaimtUtParcn Bill wro Boyd Jacob
Banett Anthony Bedell Cbas G Browne John W
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Boi.cn Aaron well Brown C £
Barker Nathan Jrßcll «t co Biscoart J F
Braduer, Warrenßrlntnal S Boylen Owen P
ico Boweu Frank Booth O W
Briggs J F Boyle Edward Biyant A
Biown Ira dr Bowers Richard Brink Nicholas
BraytonHA Bois EE Butters M A
Brintnall Henry Bradley Elliott Burnett ilaj
BrowiiHO Bniadago Ed* BiutouLverandS
Brown Gumsy B wardjr Buckner \l llllam
Biooks Thomas Brown Rnssell Bams VV'llllamH
Broadwtll J 8 Brown Blt Burke John
80l nui onQW Baewdlß Barkitt Joseph
BiLhara George Brown E R Bdilingamo'J 8
Brown Tl) Brant DR BradlyJohnß
Bradley FQ BroomflddDM Burke Jamas
lUont George BoiiltvruChasMDoigessll
Bottomly Thom-Brown Charles Bnalby M H
ns Bragdon Cbas D Buokly GeorgoU
Barron John Bowen C R Byrne Tho#
Bteitron G Brimcr & HalßiirliamCi«saS
Bon ton &>ml stead Bullard A Bros
Btlttou F G Boynton &co Buctlu Ull
Butt Augustus Burns Andrew
Cooper G A Campion Cigar Camon John
Cbainplm Mah* co j ntncntcr J G
lo i ChatfiddSamnel Co;lr J B
Cla.mhM Chai»t.lGeoli Carhl. James H
Clemens Lconl- * 1 :rk S A CaluUino James
diin Clark tsamncl Cnry Hiram
Clc*U LU Chapman Edwd Cameron Hush
Cbl’dWT ChipmauUU Curnmnoly AC
CfUitrinll W L Cnrnry John
cia-k W C Clark I) G Ca«ii U(-i»rgO
Clark Willis ChajimanPollsn Cai*.y TII
CliM:<H«‘rWt:tU-yCliaim)aiiUcmilßCarmoal<-ylllram
ChM U John Chase Henry 8 Catey Thomas
Clark Jdrtln Choate Cbaa 8 Cameron Sami
t u-uifiisJohnF Chtl* Cba» Cornell Geo 11
Ctivbr y Jubu Clmdwlck C M Campbell Frank
ChysterJM Clark POet W
CUik James Clturyl’M C.irh tna Samuel
Chamberlain ClcavyC O Carry R
Qutlianl Chapin ACO Ciff E A
Clai k.l K * Chapman K Q Carlaud dr
Civ k J r W ClutUcA Carry R
Clark Henry A Carter WII Carpenier Aco
Chi'i diet U B (barter M B Casa A Savin
Chandler V Carr Mathew CasouDAco
Chapman Geo P Canfield W J Castle AH
ChrTawilhT I* Callow WII Caruthcr# A So*
Clo*soi.TJ CvsaorWm gner
ClarsonQ H Calhoun John C Carse Joseph
CrawlordAlexM Crran John ConnelyStephen
CtfrnUm John 1> CnntrtcchamJnoComMork U F
cronivy Ona Cnay John CotileKF
CrorkiyAW CrollaManln CookStrat
Cmr A Unvla Culver M A Cox Thomas
Cumoittps An- Chamber* J B CorwltU H-nry
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Cnnv H W CnlrerJ C Cone lit* fir
Cun well ABro Churchill C C Colgate H C
Cummin* C capt Cook Jll
CutruyP Conway Jas ' Colley J a .
Citsot David Cobh Algernons Coburn John
Corns David Colo A W capt
Cnnult'charoHa-Conch 0 T Colston John
vid Cook AC Costello John
Cro field Edwfl Colgsn Andrew Coriuan JohnC
CCichtTiouDan Cole Austin Cannon* Win
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CrrpjwrSrepbcu Cornells & Reed Conrow Jos
MiMiiimu O N Couch Clas Compton Jno E
Crete GC CaUcrColng C-oryMiloF
Cutbman Geo Citpa W Connor MikcT
Curcflk T G Conkty capt Conway mr
Cany Tiros Corey Andrew CookAcoMC
Catgva Geo Cook Rufus Cordcroyßdwd
Co; nr Jas Cook CO Conncllyßernatd
-.Cioi ker Jrromc Cooper 1 eol Cooper Alex
ctvMhyJas Collins Edward Con-idtum Jaa
CurgtaJolm Cook F Crane A
Cn-tk« r John CarmolyFrancls Curm Andrew
cumu Jos 11 CoUlc F F -
Dlii ondD DemerrstßM Downey John
Dart John H Denton eager Daffy John
Da\ in Wm Dawson Phillip Dundal John
Dc u W H Davis P Driver Joseph
De>tiutrWnjlPU)«id(y Cbatlra DowleJohn
I)a\lsWm DiftrickAUelll Dona Don JBB
DcDpJohn Dean Bcapt Dreeber John
Dm upper John DenlPgA Drew Jo*iab G
Dutton John Deacon Albert DDodge John H
Di\« n John David Bruce M Dongoo John
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TlUxite Stth S Tuili«Ch*«E TrcaJwill. IVr-
Tlmey TbOr* Towlu Pal'k J rr * Norton
Thcnma Geo Tool Pul’k TolUntlJohn
Trims Henry Tool Pafk F Tec* I.rwia
Tuner Ja* TowuaeniUavldTate Wm
Thornton Jaß Tnuleltaeh
Tjl-rJD Thompson CD mco
Towner JO Tomkmsß Teal IVterH
TrnniVtill WHlls Thomas Elw W Tierney Pai'k
Lreg» \VntfOQ Tomlinson J B Taylor (»co
Thotnac Wro Tnnnlchffe EII Taylor J R
Til-b»n» JobnE captS Talma-ceJO
TotHll l> U Tmimmaro Geo Tad Jw
Tumi'rVjn J Taylor Wm
TuflnnieM Thomas &eo Talc<nt \Y A
T\lotJoa'hK Tllf-onJ ToomhaßaaT
Tiaryu.t Tnin-nc K W Tracy David W
Thom J Tliuroinc 7. Thompson Rich
True.well &co Tracey Thos Turner ItobtL
UphamVTm N Udell CO Urch Etprlam
Yodra JJeo N Viedenbarph, Tall Thos
\av do liocait l>ivkesioo<tcoVtrievblc JWrev
John YatlEil Vaopha .Ta«W 2
Vcpo Fdwa'd Vprgltn,!h* Vnriduzen’J ti
Yfti Ot-ten & Co- Vr&ntrrll Ttcnj Vanoicm Jas jr
van YanDlockT.w
Welch Thomas Whrclcr David Willard PC
WibumsAß WHlcorßP WhoelcrChasJ
\\ llllams John AWbitcomb S E Willis Charles
SVililahiS Wot Wilde He FA Wilber Charles
WUlluu.BjiiO WlVhtlc bamncl Wilt Charles J
Wilk.a J WildcrS &E WhPCIeICS
'W)£h'n:anFran*WHcox A Winslow ClsrkA
na 11 Wills & co Wilder C’h.irlcaL
Wyman StephcnWikox Alvin C Witiaoa R A
Willard FrankHWlilis Orlando Whelm Richard
Wilson James \>UlU»eyds\VliUAVheelerb P
WbtelerSP marsh Webb Spencer D
Willard P Wlttackcr A3l Waddock p
Wbetlor data J Wind & Evans Wallace R W
WilkCFdr White All Walker Rich*
Svilllamttm & coWilleon & bro ard
D P White N Weight Robert
Whitman David heeler CbarlcsWest K K .
Weaver Tboa W Warner JL Weir O U
Wales 1 bos Weston J il Warner G ibrld
WetlrllN Woolcott J Jrcv and Charles
Warner Joslah Weller John WcetEß
Wai Job Wells Wm capt Wearple £ L
WaVcßv'dWll Waterman C \V Ward S U
Weil, cton WaJ-Wcntworth 0 WWirrou Fr.dk
l- Walt i bicker WrbbsrSU
Wa-kirWIlF Waterman At 2 WUlardFrauk
Wat*onWC Woodwo.thA J Weiner* T \
WaahbmnT.ewieWvltr A P WhUcs'deThoa
Weber Mather Warner AC2 WbiteTS
W» bbt’Mnr Wamer Gabriel Whitcomb Qw> D
Waiu»ri*.r Will# Retry WlltltmiouQeo
Walter jj.vipP Waller H-nrj Willson Geo £
Wall Maori-.0 Walworth II Corn
\\ atkii e uir Waller Retry S Willard George
Wat< trees Levi WalHaJoe Winters TA
Wifeh William rCQS Wlncmanmr
Waltb Phillip Warner m Wh-elerSlbs
v JJathow Weber Chat WhcelaTß
Weston JM Wall CUM WdsoußAO
Wtcd-iapliH Wu mcastloChasWeigdethVal
Win • Irr 11 N Wilson Jo ? cjpt Wood OU 2
White L*tos S Winchester JotmWright Robert
Mkitiirnir \Vln*cl«*r.\ Wright JII
Wl.l stand A 7 WIUOQ W A Wood IH
W»tnm .1 It Wilma W Wood .T 0 dr
Viteon.lA Wl.bcr W PS WoodJM
WUi.tr dap R Wilson W B Woobcy Jno T,
Wilton J AndnvWhfftauWm Woodward Wll-
Wiggins*li o C .Whitman Geo lan
White II Wood F.dwln R SWorton ITennr
Whit- .Tohn 2 Wygnnt UornamWoiKlefly J \
Urun JuhiitonWoolsejr Ul) A eo
Vow clt Yalta SHdr Young A B
YontigA FchmldtYoonß U X Yootg J K Jt co
Youtivt.Joo'l II Young T Young JaaCarlls
You. glo\uJuoTYouU}t J It
ZMlcrer QcO 0 Zlmnmnm Zlmmermaa
ZucJBS jolmSjl WUtUn
Initials*
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p S >«,...Fortula Hotel... .Chicago CUrlatian Com*
mlfl»iO» eurcof.l C lUchanl*on - No. SOS Poutti
Water►lreet... Capt. of Bchr. Wm. 8.FUk...,
ICuv. Pa.. Box 95U....Chicago Insuranceßegister
...,8A- 1’... Holbrook. Maim A C0....T To
tbcUMitm oft be Orphan Asylum.... To the land
lortef the Artie House B It. ..To the person
that want* agent*, No. fl State street ...Tothe
mannfaeuirer or agent* of the Patent Candle
Mould*. . KvckU'b Art Gallery ...To the Scc'y
of Uamnlu l.odgo No. 8% 1. U. B. D. ...Frank....
Parker Sewing Machine.
Perron* wiinmg drop letter* advertised must
affix a three rent stamp. _
tS*'- Ofllee open from Ist of April to Ist of No
vi jnher, from 7a. m. till» p. m. From November
l,t till Anr<l let. from * a. m, till 8 p.m- and 03
‘.'■■■y ham t:M .. m. p M
Utcpunau
SunsifeTEM;!*: omcs. U.s.
AI>MV. • Vo COSotrrn antes r. <
I'iimm. Md , Stp.emher i*t i*3. [
Pea'rd Proposals it a-c fa»«*«-r-ine in ,
vtt*'> by (b< un-ierdcoed ou'll I2M. rDß*D\r, 8-p |
tenter Ilia, ior fiuuUMxu tba Ui~ta-1 filtui
BntwPtelice OapartT'en’ with— _
ynfK TIIntJSAKD «.(»«) MKAD Of OSB* CAT*
TL V. on the b cf. dnllva-uo at 10* State Catt-e Scaiea.
at I'. UitiioTT. Ma . tb tct* of (l.roji cue t.~oo»*a« cut
eeetj (10) ten day*: to >v* we;»* «i within one asd a
haU >la) * alter art iraUA* tee expense of the contrao
tor. Iteytnntaie'acr about (I.JWO) thirteen boa
dm* tooiida croM weight, all falling abort of (I i*x)
or.c Uoaeard roQ'C*Kto« wclsat,Bal a.StactOien.
Cow* iMfer* ami Hornicaa rattjo. will he ret'acte*.
r-Utk lottna for proposals can be badoa t*po tcathts
at 11 1: otfee. elite- lrjptr»oe.by mail ortc eeraph.
Tt*Gati-r;u«tt wUlc’alm the rich: of wrlrnlrg
OBJ - n» animal wnt-ata. Iflta appearance Indicate*
than the minimum irenUiaoi aooTO; th«
errtraeof adulate wUbe paid Oj the parly erring
la j-cJnrttt
F»c*» )>ia to secure oonsldnratton Boat enntala. Os
A ItrAKAI K tIIP.KT OK PAl’hlL a written goaraa-
V«oi tnorwroLcbie persona, a* foimra;
. cf the cauatr cf State of , dc
ter» b> gtaratlea that !a (or are) able to mini a
eoaua rt u accordance with the tanas 01 hla (cr ttelrj
'p*cro*lU3n. and atoold hla <O7 thetr) be
•<xrpt*-d be (or they) will atone* enter into a coo
tia'tlu aceorCat-ee therewith, and we are preaarea
to become bl* • c unties, string good and luffldant
hot cs ior natuto'ts.tut.
T»e»e»pon*ibllt«y of the guarantors must be shown
by the or da' ct.tuflcare cf the C.erk or the nearest
pit;rlet coort. er of the Timed States District Attor
ney . tc b« eoclcaed with the bid.
Tte Ocmuitiazt rr«errf» to PasUlhericht to reject
ary or all tida comic-red ooreaeorah>
* »jr , «ht*t>- bo mad- afe»r each dedeery tn anrt
rmu *«» may he on hand: If sobs on hand. to be made
* JiV i-nn b* endorsed dl«UnrTy. “PROPO
?AIS >oi; PACK CATTLE," and adire-aed to Cant
TlD'f C. STILL! VAS.C.S„ Baltimore. Maryland.*'
IT nVidia la tne name cf a fins, their names acd
their t »*t ofi*re adirus n.ust appear, cr they will tot
b* c-r-Mired. m m _ .
lac!; pTraot'ores-ery mexher ofa Urm offerltc a
Ptoto* 1 *- ?nd accorcpany üby an oa*h of
tr.theCr.Uei State* Goyernisest. Uha has hot ai
read? ciedo«-e inUL»office, -
iu Bij>« yor COttPLTIVO tTEICTLT WITH na
mats or isis afivu-i-Kitssr wtu. n* sajacrcs.
tQitias c. ervjiv.w,
Cayalo aoo 0. & w li. 8. A.
scgr-arnt
FROPOSAIS FOR Sl00,f!00
EE7?££AGE BONDS OF TSE CITT OF CHI
c&GO. ertr conptmoTira » orrtrx, >
Chicago.Sept i*t 15(3. f
M pccpossU »Ili tie ireriwd at this odlca on
till VKSDAV, SEPTEMBER 15W. AT 12 O'CLOCK
It t vim. thet*n e.wtd be publicly opened, for tie
wr< l* oiaa* - part of cue hundred Iboaaaaa dollars
mtofoojrf Sewerage Bocds. aatnorlzed by seeuoe
16 ci.aiter.avt.cf the Bivtied City Charter ct Fen
rua> - tab I*3. of the deroatetflou of ocf thousand
daitMlJoij l*t, ISG3. ardpey.hielaif««
lert iw»uty five year* ante their date, with coupons
far :i terrn at the rate of seven it) per ce-t. per aa>
uv-: jayaMeserr! sußusUytu Hew York. Astnkiri
Foia :• motldcdfor tte-r redesrßcn.
TheprnpcsaJswlD specify the amount desired, the
prtcebid per flOOtliettor ard the place of delivery,
wtetrar Chicago. Kew Vork or Bo«t03 Tae peiawr
wire* propdtalt are scci-uo will receive inform*-
v.oh of (became at this ofer at the cflcc of Mean
T>s?.r*n. BLersaai. & cc . saw Tcrk. cr of Mean. J.
E. Tbavf? * n&j, Br»'n-. v ra*T he dsdkuated tc
theirp*oroa»ls • rtrec.cywlUbereaolndtodepotit
wjihtts fire cty* «n*r t •• npestta rt the pr-iP'tsala
tht euaaawaiocctotsem isjpeCUveiT.vtto the pro*
dntra thereon. r.td the aacuat cl later**! ou tbs
covroDs to the time of derc.Mt or payment. Roods
wtUN'dr’trvrvdtu srrtstrber ISIS, ard tu
K«wTo»k audßri'.ojv fcaptsiabcMStt. sllhepltcv
•loncskl. to rj“ ,w erCt>d to end they wfh
t« allowed inurvet from tpe time of tttir deposit or
should be sealed. end endorsed
*• Propria** for Seweratr Ponds.** and addressed to
ffcfr.tcrtsieref.atd where the panics ate not known
to him.stoold eomamrefcrecces _ _ ""
Ku bid lea than ra#wiu he considered. The Comp
troller reserve*. as en»»l, the first to reject tay or
ahtkeMd*.lf the public Interrau ahoula rvqa’relt
Mg.ygl3n»t 8? PATHS, atv Coctd^qll»t.
HTHE DRUGS COMMONLY AD.
J. VINISTKRBD to Ferer erd Ante patients. are
tenerallvrolneoi to the ijrlem uit.-sd <1 cera’ue
ate airea theatre*-yet theseatrams Striked by ae.f
-atrtßdentoJdwowea, are not inoelv better, ftou«-
tuli e it needed which that! be tha prefcnet of pro (band
skill la the bcaUca art. ret bejond the -rdlnarrroti-
Uceot Ueprc(e*».o* This tasuoplled
by the Alstu-relshei Dr. J. HOSTKTTBK, whoaa Bit
C*Tt take rank aror-g toe mtx* powrrttil wed;eiaoe
rvetderisM luefleetaareapeedTaadeertala. Urea
tbanoMMttlMcaMaof thaoiaeaae yield to taetoate
p cpe?tr«ef the ItiUera . _
Por sale by DtuaiaUtsd deal** Keaemllr.erery
where. seO-mui fcnwdrts
CROP CmCULiB,
Sho wing the Ravages of the Frost
in the Northwest
Reported so (be Office of (Tbceler 6c
Vllaou 31nimfnctarlnc Company,
No. 106 Lake stieoi, Chicago.
[l^ote—-The number* cf ;hc 1 nfe.s rcKr
re»i'cciiv Jy to on ttw mop. ]
■So.I.
EAEArce, Sine Co.—Ab defillc a »tatc.zi:zl ai
Icao jrlTe you pow, ae<*ia« to be that lo t>!ah !r.nd*
oroL cmbtrtd lands. tne froei h«* ones bit litti -
d*tn*«v, tot luotr crops oo deeo aoi) Uadj w.s.-o
b«ay iiijtmd. Cmn on Io«» |i»lS'Heeny half
\LUi%. <.<
tally p’a&lca - bat little Irjurtrd; l*te,
Ituckwbfat, tome plicae* entirely
oilit* lomewLat injured- Vince, deetfoye.l [a
bod e place*, injured Id fe* eectpH.
10l aito, koiuv dclUa a.o baoly bitten. others ea&s.
g.pLS. --- U.-T. Savaos,
yo.i. . .
BrnLfNOTOJf, Tlicinb Co.— T sboou tblct from
tl> tin- melts tU<ti 1 cso cct.com will not oe aduct
tdnanudbere to tlw extent of one-vl.-hUi of the
ttop, atdojauy tbtnk cot one-elxth of tb-r crop.
Tbtr town la located in the extreme western part
ol Itaclm* cr uly: and when 1 apeak of tse conn*
tty niound here, 1 take In me western p»-c of
Ecr Isc, and KcWaba, and U.e eastern part oJ iVai
vi> th rottDlua,
&pUB. J. S.Cnasc.
Ko.B.
Cotrjnjfi,CoLtnasixCo —Com Isbnrt
coi;. Borgbnm, jiouo raided here Butkwb.at,
ifiy ptfctiit cutoff. Vices the &auu. J*u to*
bsr< o ndetd hire*
Bt-J'l. 5.
Snrp*JU) ft ZZorKm.
2f0.4,
Pai tok, Sirn Co.—Com on low land Injure ! i
little, the main crop Is uninjured. Sorghum, opus
nrt-dof much account. Buckwheat, »-iur ex
tcj>l»tly injured. Vim**, the tame. Tobi:co, but
taircd. The com all that vra* plant**! in r.-a
rouble *ta»on ta all rlfcht. It >e uoubUul. hoc
tur, if the piece* of torn injured. wo dd
hern a good crop bad froat hem off mi l*io.
bvpt.fi. Sxxmroim rom:;a.
Fort ATKDfwir, JErrrtnoy Co.—Com and
Sorghum *rc injured bat little In tbia pa.t of lUo
<ou..ij, and have glrcn ontslde uatltuAta as fob
low : Corn, loss about ten per cciiL :*orabna,
wiy fire to ten per cent. Uuckwbeat, froji ilfiy to
seventy per teit. Vines, boys a.c not Injured.
To) ncro. loss about ten percent.
B«nt.4. W. n.Ootoso.
No. 0.
FutLaki, Donoc Co.—Com Is badlr-Injured.
Sorcbuui lr Part to the suae extent. uaUt'tfbois
nrlnirHe UalTa crop. YlkO* nm moatlfrCUieJ.
ToS rco Is not mum Injoiedr Wheal undytU and
ami Potatoes arc better tbau usual
St pi. 4.
E. Toaiaxa;
No. 7.
Oi:v£va, Wactoiitu To —Thr dunn*® dooo la
tin*- ic-uicUimo viunlty la fellyltt Com ts uot in*
Jntvd except iotpote on lots Taveamo
It li. t-of torjjhum. Back'viicnt it kill-i oa loiy
crmmu-. Vlcre arc lijcrcti ellgUtly In upon To*
Wco ia i ot Injured. W. 11. Dirla,
Sipt 4.
No. 8.
(irkcnlUt. Bi:ow\ Co.—Cannot bear of any
pau.cQlar Jolc to corn lu tuip of tie
couttrj'.and toil bat Of corn wc will
fcave bill tlirce-foimhe of a crop. Tbo bl££Mt
(roptlnthtacotintryisplue eaw lo^srot easily
froribilUu. 1. ILuuo*.
ScjiU 4.
No. 0.
Jctteksok, Jsrmsu.v for
Inquiry hive be«-n pretty brge, and neaca I thUk
that xuy estimate# may no rolledupon. Coro.the
dan ago is 25 per cent. Sorghum not moch planted
hi tins county. liuckwbt-at Is damaged 75 pur cunt.
Vui«(>.2spercent. Tobauo, 25ue. ccut.
Sept. 4. „ 1). OixaAsoqiu
Ko 10.
EiißontK Citt, Co.—The foHowlnc «-
t'ou.io >• lii accariunuu <*llh my report to tins Ar
tlcnlmral Department, wbo«e correspondent lam
for Adame count?. Com damaged per cent,
boiglcmso p»r cei t. lluckntieat 40 per ceet.
Viiife CO per cent. Tobacco, none rained in Adams
coun y. A. Kooo
bepu 4.
Ko n.
Lodi, Colttibia Co.—The land hcretboits 1>
oliiLjr. Theciopcoti lowland* arc lujnred, the
ilgb lands* were not toadied. Cora lc injured
on.*'. ebouJd Uiiuk about dor^dum.
uv V.tUc »own. Tobacco, little town.
Si-j t. 7. ' 0. X.Ateq.
No. 12,
L*Cr"*ts, LaCrc>(-»z To—There In no harm
dom h' re cave to vines m iodi Jocmiuta.
Kciil. 4. Kz.\.>cur & Co.
No 13
ven.- hi I'ttM county, only touching tbeloic eronuds.
*1 Lc lul.om log i» an Lt nr as we Can net at the dam
age ut prrtn.Lt wmlng. Com, about oue-fou.th
killed. t*orgiivm. about ten per cent. Injured.
Bcck"l»ai. about one-balf killed. Vines, about
one-half killed. Tobacco, about one-balf killed,
ficj.t A. Datu&Uiul.
No. 11.
Manitowoc, Manitowoc Co.—Corn, LLe leaves
ere bitten, yal tbluk tin car will ripen.
Sorji iun, nnkiowii to our soli In this latitude.
UO‘kwhcat, generally killed. Vine.*, cn- uilwrc,
meloiit*. pur-pklns and stjnasb. are dead. Potato
or tops are dean, and I am sorry to say that
tbp potatoes arc alriaily rolling.
Sept. 4. 27. J. Easton*,
No. IS.
Kccnait. TTiNvrrtißo Co.—Only In lew land did
the Hurt injuio a*.jibing. Corn 10 sot rtrj badly
Unmcged. Sorghum. not enough raised in ittle r«s
ploti to amount to anjtnltg Buckwheat, badly
damaged; Jiiel lu right cosiultionto be cut off.
V lot* damaged. Tobacco, note planted,
SkpU 4. Gao. P, Sxnosa.
No. 16.
Riros, Fox dc Lac Co.—Wo appear to be par
ticularly favored. All kinda of gruln look well,
with fruit In abundance. Of com, about thelilh
July, about one«iguth wia cat down by (tort,
piaco which no damage. Sorghum l» muajured;
alpo huckvneat, vinos and tobacco.
Kept. A. ■ C. F. swjds & Sons.
No. 17.
lUcinc, Racisb Co.—Farmer* thr#a?h this
conmyahoot eunallr divided—iumo raying tiat
coin Ju nearly rnlncu, tome that U U co> much In
jured. The toUowlog U the
estimate: corn and sorghum not mash. injured
v ithlo *U or eight miles of the lake ahere. Beyond
this, much Injured. Buckwheat asd Tiaea some
what more hurt than com aad-aorgham. to
bacco in thia region.
Sept. 8. _ S.B.STsens.
No. 19.
Htrnjrrim. Sirs Co —Hop# arc lar/riy t;ro«vu
nroui.J Hcttlpburc, but were out Injured by the
frost. Com was MlchUy injured. noio
iulpcJ Id thia county to amount to aayiulni;. Buck*
Mlicat is entirely killed. Vines, garden varieties
kill* d. Towcco was very slightly Injured.
Sci-t. &. 6. lUasrr.
Xo W.
Highland Co.—la sotao localities,
nmii. cjailj along email Bireams, me eotlro crop Is
Mlkm. I liavo given an average in this comity.
Com. one halfof cropUretrojcd Sordino, theo
rem rl ;;>* do. iliickwhvit, three-fourthe do. Vines,
ort.l'ilfoo. Tobacco, ono-hair do.
Sept. 7. D. 8. Dow**.
No. 20.
Ui j'M.k, St. Croix Co.—The frost onlvopcmU’il
it. ul -.M oi.u half of this county, on the low lauds
Corn !• nbont oi e-lialf cat ofl. gorglmm Is In*
Jnrvi. to nearly Um same extent. Buckwheat is
i curly all OcstTi jud. Vines and to»sc«*o are mnch
nutt . U. S. Cnxrr.
Scj.uO.
Ko. 21.
fittvnss* Point, I‘oktao* Co,—Cora, the crop
Is alK.ott an entire failure, except In the eastern
portion «d the county. Tho wheat crop was In*
j art'll |»jr und early frost, and consequently
is du Mi average one. __
Saif. 0. J. R. Koo^m.
Ko. SI
WATinrowN, JKrrKBM)N Co.—Com, early
planted, not materially injured: late was very
iiiqcd Imrt. borghatn Is very little raised here.
Hud.»bcat la not an tnmoitantcrop intbialocal
;lly—p.'iifly injineO. Much, destroyed la eomu
localities rot harmed In othcra. Tobacco. 1 have
t;'U<v. five acres, feented font without Injury by
frost. What remains standing la ret on harmed.
Thci" are several small patches of tobacco Intlto
u ti?< borhood that arc nearly destroyed.
&1 5. WaLTJtn PEASE.
Ko. VL
V>j raw da. Wat-kesha Co.—Orano vinca very
pror nittvr, and slightly Injured. The weather
I.adlv cu cold and cloudy for several days previous
to tli.' f.ost; clear and cold since, with a fair proa*
pcct of n frost to-night. On corn, on low lands.
Hides- la from Tarty to fifty per cent.; Wch lands,
clj:hi to twelve percent. Sorghum Is not much
mind. of
ty-flw percent.—on low lands ill Wild. Vines
in marly nil. say eighty per cent, killed, on low
►lturinns; high. twenty-five per cent. Tobacco,
Mmill t'Atchcs m gardens slightly Injure!.
a<pt. 7. ... Giles C. Daxa.
Jfo. 51.
TV’rfTßrm, Wa«uwnT»s Co.—Tb« fro*t tra*
rot\t-iy hardin this coo&tr. but north of here St
vafiDorc wrlua*. Com. c'.*mapcJ very slightly.
ltuck« beat slightly Injured. Vines, all leave* are
klllt.l
Sc\vt. c.
1 Ko. 25.
WErarwtoA.WAiTACcaCo.—TbeiUmacchrte
abort* by frost Mas very light, Only In a few lo
calities was anything injared.
bcjil.C.
Slnneaotft.
No. 88.
WisrtKA. Winona Co— I The Wheat crop never
wfis better, and a large amount ou thu ground.
Oth' r crop* about one* half, but tbi-se are second*
ary. Wheat te our great export, on which we de*
11 ml much more lhau all others. Com about ouo*
l.aif ciop, entirely destroyed on low land Sorg*
hutr, Uic same aa corn, and but lUUa grown.
Buckwheat, very little good to Southern Ulaneso*
ta. VUnea aIL-mly Injured la places. Tobacco,
not *n> crown to speak of. •
Sipt.7. Joint B. Pxtxowa.
lowa.
KO. 37.
Akaxoha. Joqcb Co —The Corn crop (a back
ward, owlnpioaacvere drouth to JaneaadJalr.
That planted on low land 16 pa.tlallj Injured by
thoirost; this includcaabootthe crop, the balance
will be gcod. Cora la about half injured, but not
tou-lly oeftrored. Scrgbum, Is hart to the rams
extent. Buckwheat, i* . nearly all Hestcojci.
Yltva, arc about half destroyed. Tobacco, but
terj litUc planted In thla country—mostly good.
6tpl, 4. d. C. BiXTz,
No. S3.
Prm.tsr.Tox. Du Moon* Co.—Com la rather
so»t rely huitonlow lands In some localities, not
icn« e hurt on high land. Sorghum is very simi
larly afTo* ted. Hnckwbvst la killed In a gx>d
maty places In this vicinity. Vines, tomatoes.
Ac..h-tTe been bitten badly; I have not Uuardof
soy damage done to grapes. Tobacco is cot much
raiftt hircahoats.
rt S. O. IL Watts*.
* No. ». -
Cuano’CE, Croitt Co.—ln some Places tbe core
is iot so* badly hurt as In others; in some local
ities it u 111 run moVe than 60 per cent. loss. To
bacco. buckwheat, sorghum and vines are hart
badly on the low grounds. Along the crocks and
rivir it is very had. Corn. A-percent, loss Is the
Efsrvrt estimate; sorghum, "S per cent; buck
si b* at,«) per cent.; vinca, 90 per cent.; tobacco,
9» tier cent. • _ ’ _
S.pt.3. Jsjos Hctt.
Xo. SO.
Cedar Fall?. Blackiuwe Co.— I The frost did
\cjj little damage, ure to crops most cx
poted union lauds. „ _
Sfpt. 7. F. HoDOCf.
Iso. SI.
Cxdxr Baitd?, Xixk Co.—Com la elf ghtlj dam
aged In low ground. rcry little dam*
aged. I'nckwhcat, About one*half of it killed.
Vine?. tot ranch damaged as far a* we have ascer
tained. Tobacco.very Utile gro*n hereabouts.
Sept. 5. L. Daxiel9 & Co.
So. SS. _
Cnanns Crrr. Pnom Co.—Core, otic fifth des
troyed. Serghotn, onc-hslf destroyed. Vines,
one half destroyed. Tobacco, pose planted. 1
bs'cmsde innturlta of farmers from .diuerent
parts cfoor county and thick the shore a correct
estimate. Clur com vs* pretty well matnrvd.
Sept. 5, _ Gsosox c. osas.
rotrvsra Cut, Lon*x Co.—'We lure had
toire fro-t, bat sot to do any damage to crop*, na
lc:i*lfcty were In Tory „ ~
£epuß. J. P.Bxaffß.
Ko. « .
PrtcQft, Dcbitjci Co.—Do not think the. la*
IB:TunochUi All kinds of crop# 1a Xo-tbern
owl, U to the nisi kinds in Illinois and Wiscon*
pm. Com l» hurt in this coontr less than one*
tenth the crop. Sorghum, scarcely nay raised in
this county. Buckwheat, trlflinrfy damaged.
Vine#. Kate* of Tine* in low placet badly cat, bat
dttnsce to fruit it alight as it la far advanced to
maturity. Tobacco, have seen hut one field since
the frost and thatwa* not injured materially,
jfo. Sh-_
-Tout iramsoK, In Co.—The effect of the frost
Is sot ccnetal.or even, hot in spots here and there.
Tbete are dlfltrrut stories about the extent of
damage dene. The following i«e» near the truth
as can be obtilted. Com, hurt none on op lands,
flight cnboMom lands. Porplmtn, very illphfon
i-p I- nr**. on Natom limk>sheal,
In turn*- localities oi> up I itiiH ftru vi*ry *e
on lio'»c;:i Vn vs, very Jmlo damui'O
to Toh <*«o, rot imc'a Ijc-**, cmaot learn
vlH’tin reny damsic.
ißi'Bpr ndp.vcs.Ccciiakan Co.—Corn.&c,on Jot
Icmip wi§ ir nrc or lews danup-d, ba: tbai which
was on Jilah flout'd wus rot Injured
C oni. |»ow-v-f, w ill i-t* a j*o«,d crop. ?o.gbum will
also do well yit. Corn. aHphtly iamagid, gener*
ally. Sorehmn In only
wbtri i a jfrobdbly ahor.t oi-t half or mow. Vines
arc v rurally .killed. Tobacco, none raised of any
accci'Pt.
Sipr. 5.
C. 11. Dcitiuu.
„ No. 37.
Xov ACnr. Johnson Co —VTe have litUolow
iicr ► in I hit* conr.tr. and where corn iu low places
;t* injured. it wa- planted vtrv late. Con, very
light os , and that on low *ronrd. Bo;ghtim not
li'juno by r«iet, but iniured by droacni. lluck
wbeat isntnen in the t>:uae coutitioa.. Vines have
seffoee trom like c-tsc. Tobacco. also
Stpu 7. G. W. iliiii’nAnor.
No. 38,
ATakiok Linn Co.—The crops and products aro
gtne a;ly noon in tl<-e section of country, and
therefore the resonm •» a;e Isign. an.) wo look fo:
good trade, Coni is but rtrf little da'tn<**t. Sor
ghum ib little hart. Duchwiicat is mostly d->
ttrojed. Tint s arc but JuUc Jamagjd. Tobacco
la i.ia lrol cut off,
Sept 4. A. Daniels & Bno.
No. 39.
ritut, Marion Co.—We spnk of this immedi
ate vicinity—sa* for fifteen mils# around. Tide,
tin t in (hr low lands u»v damages are greater than
on the high lands, but roßipanttrelT very slight,
haid y worth i_e*itlonli g. Com will giro, not ex
ceed. one-twelfth of entire crop. Sorghum isrory
fllchtjy faiirt buckwheat is ve*ysltstt’y—hardly
worth leeMlonlip. Vines arc slightly hurt. To
bacco. rot bun as wo have beard of
Sept. 6. T. E. UotsroitD.
Dts Hcutes. Pout Co.—Corn would not have
hd « heavy ciup in consequence of the dry
weatbei I have enough of the old crop on baud to
make ms equal to a fair crop. Com, oulov Und
was cut short; perhaps one-fifth to onc-clgath on
bi; h hmds not hurt. Of a »rghnm, the same is
true.. Buckwheat Is oao-half destroyed. Vines
are one-half destroyed. Of tobacco the same Is
the cjsc. R.' W. Srrium.
Sept. 4,
No. 41.
SicomrsET, Keocuk Co.—On account or the
drought the corn crop wtll be a little hater than
a half <sop on an average. Totacco, eorgbmnand
bockwhevt w ill be very short. Corn nas tK-en in
tnredbj tbe frost to pome extent In low grounds
int not at nil on high lands. Sorghum fared toe
pau.e as corn Buckwheat baa sot affected
by it. Vines on the low grounds nave been killed
but not affected nn high ]%nd. Tobacco has been
killed in. low ground.
Sept. 4. CuiCKEi AutxixnEn.
ATTitoni.Kji?fßro.— Con is bad]? injured. Sor
ghum destroyed. Uockuiieat is mined. Grapes
tare autcrea badly. Other vines am killed, sou
(übnuoalso. A t*‘W pieces of corn will He round
to biv«* etcsped 0.0 Kiv»t.dls**t#r, but the general
crop uf marketable corn is nearly spoiled.
Sept. 4. it. \V. Gates.
No, 4fl.
Aiu-.jli, Uocolas Co.— About oso-thlrd of the
coru crop ic iujiutii hero. The chiiiq may bo
written «•! Viurs arc all ruined. To*
tuuco is Km Imnitd. Crops ou liKb l*ud v*capcd.
Stp. 4, W. T. StLVtIaTiTU.
__ No. 44.
Rm;b Island, Cook Co.-On low land, corner*
(bum. Mm* aucl tooacu) were injuivti; (bat ou
tilth I'ioutU cecapcd.
nsNitrll. Massbt.
No. 15.
Bti.viosrr, TVvosr Co.—Cora will prow nearly
rj'Oilnl. Sorthnni ie> btllotrd budi?
DuckwLciit ii> kiiltd. Vice* ditto, lialf lUo to*
liocco a op la loti,
fitpl ft.
UEi itvJiLr. Sr. Cliiu CN>.—Th« lute frost did
no d»i.iti*.c in ime coumy to oof-part o( tliojirour*
Jur rr»-p.
ecj.l. 5.
Ca:.tcs, FrtTfiji Co.—Corn will tfvo a three*
qbattt r c op: Forghino
i» a total lalluiu. Vice* aio (footed.
Tot>a< co. lUUu raUcd about bore,
fcipt. C. J*j«9 M. Fox.
CAr.usnr.us. Macoci'ik Co —Wry Into corn Is
rnluert. Karllcr rarluti- s vsctp'd. Tiu l crop Is
lerfetKi! itbont ono fourlh. Snryluim was not lo-
Uuckwh-nt #ll rut off. Vmos Imullj tuned.
Tohsico. one third dcilrojcd on low lauds,
tifj.l 4. W. 11. ZIVUKIt.
Cu%tom. PaWnr Co—The Injury tocomhia
bcro »crv severe In nil parts of this county. Com
will ret aveiiitfc more than twenty Uuslcu toiUc
ii re. Sorv’t'tnn 1* i ot much plant a in this vicinity.
W liflt liu'e buckwheat was planted will prove a
total lo'B. Vlb> s wire much Irjuml. Tobicco
planter* say tin y will Jose marly the entire crop.
The Injury was severe In itrtak*. Cora did not
pron itr wtll before the trust, owing to thought,
bepu S. M. A- Mourns.
Champaign. CUAXi*Api5 Co. —On low
grounis late com is rained. Sorgham
on low crtmnd and late varieties ru
ined 1> youd rcui mpllon. Buckwheat all
cutciT Mm-a ruined «»u low spots and near Urn*
lurbclts. Same may bo written of tobacco. Ail
corn put Into the uroimd In mason ■>«! well
eure/li along lourcapo much Injury. Tun frost
lu li't ivrpwt. baa prowd a penalty on bad farm*
ion Mid urdravea iu spiing worn.
Sept. 3. Hartwell C. Howard.
No. 81.
Colxb Co.—Wo should hare bad a
Q.tLlam.
&Vot.l a tbrvv>qu&Ttcr crop, ov.il>; to drought.
The prospect la dln»uit*!i«t ten ptr cent, by the
front. Where tiecroutdwaa low and the com
Utc the lose In throughout this coo-.ty.
Jlu«iw heat Is badly Injured. Vines damaged fifty
perco.L Sotgbna la not a fuUcrop, and Buffered
an n.mh aa the corn. Tobacco la badly Inlured In
platen. LulJot Wiuir
B<pU4.
J. E. Parcs.
No. 62.
CotrrnJLKS, DzEaut Co.—Throughout ibis
(DoKh)bCo.) nctlou toe froet baa been aarere,
but we tlull have conaidexablo good corn. Tbi
rroralfe la ao abundant we can afford to lose
tomtv Com baa felt tbc Influence of the fcoat in
this locality .pretty wsverely. Sorctmm much in*
jure ti. though aotoc will suture. Buckwheat, not
p,nch is tills locality, eomewbat Ibjorul. Vinca
entirely blighted. Tobacco oaed up.
Sejt. 10. Ui S.SOW.
Crystal Lake. SlcUesbt Co —Thedamageto
com and eor-thum |» Lot ns bid «« was at first an*
llHpatod. Fruit and gripe* escaped. Wheat and
oat*, our great staple, bu novetbcea equalled bo
fore m quantity or quality. Estimate oflo»*by
fiost—com much injured on low proand; same of
eorcl.rm; buckwheat nearly all resirojed; vines
completely cut down; tobacco.little planted, all
cut COWL.
g«pU 3. v _ JaKesCbow.
Dc Qrotx, PirjiT Co—Corn c*trp half destroy
ed. SoigQQXQ one-quarter. Buckwheat three*
quarters. Vinca three quarters. Tobacco aad
cotton ditto.
Stpt. 3.
Decatuu, Mscos Co.—Cora two-thirds des
troyed In ibis and adjoining counties Sorghum,
alight crop in tins eeatou. ts much damaged.
Buckwheat cut off. Crapes escaped. Tomatoes
wtrekilltd. Tobacco.lUUcgrown hero.
Sstpt.4, . C. BaiDUET.
* Xo. 56.
Lwiost, LtvncGsroif Co— OmvtWrd of the
con. seriously injured. Late fields generally euf
fcrlvg severely. Horn than half the sugar case
wifi be worthless. Grass has suffered a great deal.
All late ci ops of com and sorghum nearly rained.
Buckwheat ki led. Vines mostly destroyed. To
baa o slightly hurt. _ „ _
Sept. 7. IL M. T. Cmm
Xo. 67.
Easimut, La Sails Co.—Lofb on com will
avtia»ro occ-b&if. Sorghum ume. Bnctwhest
Iron. thx*«-fopiiUa to .total,’T*rjias in localities.
V If e* ar. d lo U*V
s.pi.B. - - A.J.GKOTIB.
PAnanrr,Lrriyfernr Co— Com Injured one-
2 natter. ScrpfcnijriDiuoet lo:o:itlee et!U worse,
uckwteat til ml of. Vinca ditto. Tobacco
ninth injured. __
s nt -i. Gatis A noser.
J7o CD.
FnrrrosT, STrrnßK«os Co.—Com Is damaged
per cent.; ectgUom fifte-n per cent.
ItatWhrat Is defunct. Vues damaged serenty
fire percent.; tobacco twenty pur cent.; broom
com fifty per cent. On inquiry am led to bellere
the same estimate w 111 apply to CarroU conoty.
" - - r«—• xt 71 KVITW.
Sept. S.
Frtrojf, PutTos Co.—A dlfpceltloo on the part
of tarot re to exaggerate dtnwgea; *«U on toe
wbolemechlajaryniubeen dono Cora °* i??
bud moth injured., 6o*gham badly damaged.
Bntkwbealbcriondy Injured- Mae* cutoff. to*
hatxo, email plants hurt. larger one* not.
btpus. W suss.
v Xo. 6L
CEMfXO. QxKirr C»> —Flt>m one-fifth to one
thirn the corn crop Injured, of h crop for other
reason* 1«. than the arerage. Frott severe on
ah low Ist da. In tome oeighboxhood* ceet jlWmt
cm* to be kill. d. Sorghum la oue-lult spoiled.
B< ckwheat almost entirely destroyed. . Mdm
three-fourth* killed. Tobacco ooe-roarth fronted.
SeptS. vv „ Qeo.B-Pxxrt.
ho. ®t *
I Oauunrso. Kcox Co.—TW greatest d*m*ce
lt> ihlsvldaity Isto corn. The MtremeTiroagbt
j mcYloarly bad lessened the crop, end now the
I float La* made it certain ire shall not hate half
cnrr»r«l crop. In this county one-third of the
torn l» badl> frosted. his suffered to
nhom th<-esuiu ciWiit. Potatoes. late vicUtles
»o k’llid. David SiNBoiLS,
4,
Gntr -mi i n, Pike l’o.—Nobudnvli'Ut ortobac
co ra.P’ (l hi Uy. lu a few low marshy
piucta lb* fn**t turned the corn qnjte brown, bnt
tot ar. t erul’lmis. Corn Ipjurc.i hot very httle
If any. fccjjkum very elißhtly. Vine# bit; -u, not
ctoUih to iiijuit tlum. C. I*. 9iu:iK.
Eipt. 7.
No JW.
ITent.t. iforsball Co —ln rr ply tOTOnr circular
or Stjtt. so. i imvo to etatu tli3t [ cannot au
a*er it (umctlv hy fillin'the blatik*, therefore!
'•nl TM* city is located on tuu \Vo»t bank
of the nver. with a prairie niaainc backthrca
mill vhlemd ten long vbctweeu' the river and
hlgt- bluff.) Th!e prairie is dry S-uij mil Oil the
jiurt’di*. Ko serious has Seen done to
aim! i.g on this side On the other aide of the
prair-o. mar the hleh * lnfl, th«* soil is heavy black
jratu. «*lth tcreek alofu the bare ofthc Muff. On
t..it tti.puf land,tea ■< :lts long undone wide,
;l.ut fourths of the co.n i& doetroyed for all
i..e xrrpt'*ta of con, ns Is also the can.',
vires ami buckwheat. When you
rain- ibis Huff, coirg west, yon pass out on what
latallec tho ,, l.i;tnprotrie,'’X'tobundrrdfei , t above
!!•«• ii'ep.for fifteen mt’ea west, where the land is
luilit.-, witUa Hal k li>;ru toil. Ko terioua
damage has KouCoi e to anything: hat where the
Imd I- Cat. w ana lightish clay ?011, corn anjevciy
thing it* killed. Oi.i,fourth ttu btid. p.rrlupi, is
Uo.tuuUof wLitw>h tollin tlisfitiwuintle trwt.
I usp thir flfl« on mile line, you come to Spoon
Itivcr Valley, ai.d bearing N VV. by W.. m the dl
itctioii of b.-jidfoiu, nailer.O void and Sbcffl-li,
evert ot Botd Grove and Providence, you find a
laige trait,coeeiul by severalCongre&etocalto.vu
th’j.K of this low, level, whitish clay soil—<whntl
call whetstone Ciauflph inrd: sui if th-re S» anv
limbi rrear.it is shtlhbsrfc hickory. which wifi
till job nbat the la:.d Ist—corn mid all vn e<, &c.,
arc wry seriously, If not tot-illy destroyed on all
Uiip district, litre and there a rolliugtriut has ea
ccjHd. Bearing S. W. (from your fifu-tn mill
Isce) cov»Ji this valley to Wyoming. Complies
Grow, towards Pnnrevilb-. the land is near the
same in character, 4c .and the c»ops bare net
with the same fate. Returning to Henry, yoa find
little ur no damage done to anything imaied’nldy
alont: the rircr, or what is called the river bottom.
Nor do you Hod any damage done oo tue cast side
of ttv river, on the sandy soil prairies, as between
this place aud Bacon or Hennepin. But sit ruth's S,
11. ol the river, on the border of the Round prslrle,
joafitd
tbc-IR-uk, cl*y land, nearly impia-able in the
»prlu»-. Then* yon find everything destroyed.
Ote fanner to’d me be had not one far of corn on
bln place, oat of tome three htmdrv.il acre*,-1 be*
llcw, dtiorahvthti a as corn, but tbit he could
u.akftoiiii tlti y outof It, as hovrasgoiug to feed
It oat. Scilonr damage has been done on tue Ox*
Bow, six miles rotthof o.;stf.om here, lea mot
state tuc per cent. of damage Cone to com In this
Ix&Ttc 'li’te vicinity. nor In that farther ont. It
No. 40.
enttn* to elUfrlyon the quality of Wml or
toil on ficn purtlcaUr imr.t of land; tut 1 oUoahl
f: y tl at too com, sorghom, buckwheat, tobacco
«Ld viute. on the dlitnct of laud I have herein
llllnofe.
No. 43.
(.otcimr, I* one-third destroyed. It ha-* boeu
r>ma> kid fora number of years that the foga pro
tect Tc'jrvlaUon along tbs mer, for a month after
tU ha- been destroyed otf thu nrer by frost. It la
\e;y • ommon (.md always oo nnWa it is very Into
in the seamn. nhtn flrat falls, and limn so
etvcie bh lo kill i verythtng by hard freezing) to
e*c Hi-**cits in bloom and icretation green on the
tin ei bottom for weeks after ul I bnsbebn destroyed
off tt<>- bottom; and ram-blades are green on the
bottom for wm-kt afte* they ara dead, dry and
tullrn *itr In C' Ms otf the bottom. Thi-* is owing
to tb< toes that rise f:om the rirer at that season
of tin year, Action* Uxuauku.
bCJ'I. 4.
NO. C 3.
nt>£t i‘iy. Pctvaji C«.—Com very badly dim-
Aiiiil- SuigUfitn >aruo. Ituckulivat, Utile sown,
niikiVi-d. >jucb mostly killed. Tobacco slightly
(Janifc,,ul.
Jtvjn. -4,
jAf ksojjvtl.M. MonfiAM Co Reports from
fniim r» ut tlile vicinity nr*; comlictiug. From ob>
rvtvMiaiil Judge i out dammed or.e.fonrth. Sor*
gliiiin tu same extent. Buckwheat, wry Mctlo
•own. all cut off. Tobncco one-tenth—usually
planted in places favorable to escape from frost.
6. • • A. L. tivirr.
fwnnrTiLi.i, Jkiv«kt •«».—fan only glrcanap
liroSltnsle estimate from ha«ty obecrvutloue. Tlio
ots In tins vicinity it. damage to cum crop will bo
over debt thousand dollars. Sorghum muchkaa.
Bunkum at net rawed. Vinca much Impaired, in*
clodd-jr sweet poiatooa.
Sent. *?. J). £. Bepqsiu
TCO. «S
8. L.Tcikcb.
So 40.
F. IX. SwTzin & Co.
No. 47.
No. 4*.
Jrt*«nono, Usiox Co.—Corn Is bat little Injur
ed lu.ro \<j uo*t. Sorghum escaped as rrell.* la
lad only lij;bt damage uae dune. Cotton and to*
barm eufli-n i! some* hat. I'tovlonclr the seocral
rrup prospect lad been much Injured by extreme
drought. Wheat guvu a Tory jp,oayield to the aero.
Sept. 3. Calsb FiUCK.
No .49.
KSOXTIU.X, Kaox fo.—com laks* than half a
nop horihuu nearly au entire failure. Duck*
wheat Ail d< flroyui. vu.ua give only half a crop.
Tobacco it
g*pt,7. Mils# Surra.
No. TO.
Eewaxee. Henry Co rite effect of the frost
tarlc••. Co high ground »’. e crops escaped. Com
ou low f ronnn «w badly Injured. So-ghoin about
tlit* tunic. llu*k-*li.at i« muchd-imagid. Tobac*
co is t in a light crop lu this section.
Sept. 0. C. Bassett.
No. 71.
No 6ii.
I.a c alle Co.—Corn win cite a three*
‘.uarlt r crop. Soighutn is very much damaged.
Buckwheat is all killed. Vines iu mauy localities
v.t-rv nil cut off. " __
beiu. 4. Adams A Hatch.
No. TO.
Lcxixgtox, McLkax Co.—The Injury to com
was toleiaMy aev> rc on the south aide or the
t'mbir. Buckwheat la Inmauy nUcca rained.
Damage to gardens serious. The frost was much
more severe along the route from Uloomingtou to
Springfield, except on high ground.
Si-nt. 7. l uojue a. Luccock.
No. 74. •
Ltsroji, Exsiuix Co—ln this Immediate
neighborhood corn la net damaged, but three or
four tnilca from Lc:c l-o.v hjuiy been done
on low lands, aomo pieces being entirely mined,
and in many place* full half the crop oelmr do*
atioyed. fcorvnum ia Injured only in some local*
ttlea. On Tinea and tobacco damage light.
Sti-t.S. J. F. ilooHE.
No- 75.
No. 63.
Haksolu, Pctkjlx, Co —Early planted com
iroetly t n arcd. especially on dry rolling groand,
Tim nllts ta»t on the prairie, damage much
t tester. Average half crop of com. sorsbam
cit>rrally ipoHcd. Vinca gr-ally injured. Little
bnchKhcatortobacco hcreabonie-
Sept. 4. J. B.AsnxET.
Ko, 70.
ilrl.BaNFi.ono Ba jultos Co.—We arc suffering
crcaUytiom dioccht. Seasonable rains will per*
fict early corn and do cinch, to repair the damage
from /tost, Tooacco and cotton on bigh land
gecfaily escapes. Forward corn only slightly in*
joteo: Lte planted, badly bitten. Sorghum on
Veto land suneredllUle. Un;k<(Vcat, little raised.
Toot o o, some crops rained, otters escaped.
Sect 5. Wa. EiCKoan.
Ko 77- _ - .
MEraxona, Woonronn Co.—This town I* npon
high prairie land. Many adjoining fields of corn
m-irjcrtd. Avenge damage SO per cent. AU of
plaxttx gon low land la esUrdy destroyed. Sor*
ebntn. toper cent, damaged. Vines generallydc
etcovtd. J. W. Pack <£ to.
Sept- 4. _
Hi. Stealing, Brown t'o.—Corn is Injured in
plane, bat jot to a gnat extant. Sorghum ia
about the same. Buckwheat not mnea raised.
Vines not injured to much extent. Tobacco not
D<QCh taised in this county. E.A.Cnaxx.
8 - K0.79.
Morrison. Whiteside Co.—Earlr corn Is safe.
Late pleirtlog’btdly hurt. Sorebnm badly used
ai> Buckwheat even worse vinesand tobacco
bTdly damaged. There are various conflicting re
port* from the tanners, I think the crops will
yield a (air average. J.iL Ccaouaa.
S<pt. 5.
No. 51.
D. C, G onnox.
No. 66.
yrro!r. j ST, Bcesac Co.—lhe frost has Injured
*ls the torn ja this neighborhood, and I am sore
tnat wc can’t claim exct tdlng half a crop of s«.-c*
on o or third rate torn. Sorgbura ill ruined. Vines
nearly all destroyed. ToUcco nearly *ll inlorcd.
It j'-iuy opinion that Sorghum on high land will
pay to harvest. Our fields look like winter time.
Sett 1. JoszraC.Ktuts.
Ko. 81
No. 63.
No. 64.
E. P. PCLSITEIU
Ko. «i.
Ko. CO.
La' ok, Sladfiuix Co—Cora p«tl*lly Injured,
cijil.nm iluclj Luit. BuckuLwd killed. Vince
mi tokicco ditto.
Sett. 6. J. L. aii-rcnxtu
No. 73.
No SO.
Kswaax. Bccdju-l Co.—Frost made sad havo:
In nil* conatr. Probsbly two thirds of the crop
will be cat off, eren If wc aw favored with warm.
vealh.tr the test ot thescaeon. Sonrhnnidettror
«d. Buckwheat. hardly a piece left. Vines ca
ttre*yctt off.' Tobacco itttially destroyed.
Sept, 4. Joes A. Coy.
No. 82.
Nrw ‘Boston, llmcsc Co.—Wc think com will
he sufficient tor the ram&b(3b of borne consump
tion. lut little if any of the new crop, of com
canbcsold—one third of the old crop of com is
still on band- Com Is about one-half ouUj asm*
ayed, tad one-quarter paitlally; lhlakwcwiflh*.ve
haif crop In this county. Sorghum la not badly
datii-ccd, but will sot be over oue-third tee yield
of list year. Buckwheat is raised bat little is thlft
tenrtr. Tobacco, toae raised to arlL
S-pt.7. \\ IfM & Bccsaos.
* Nonnm sen.'Cook Co.—An c*tlmate aide f>oo
the three town* of Maine. tVhe*llag acd North
field i he* a tout of acre# to ctjlUration as foBowa:
coru,soonacres: aorcham.lCO; buckwheat. MJ;
v1»«.b.359; tobacvo.ht. Of curathe loss will be
cnM-alf. or po'chum :« o till'd#. Pickwhtnl I
t» ta! •:■ i!crv. Vita-are about »I! d«.‘*ir«r-d. 1
l‘>'i u>U.M*e-fourtbt kilkd. i.. it.
Sell. 4.
2fo. S4.
O.ua A7SD, CniE* Co.—i’o;n v. 5U bf cut off 01
bull fcoJgLum tuflcia Icau. r>n.k\rSrat. lit
lUifcdl. 11. KOlUtttiO
Sc]X 7.
Xo SB
OlTi-WA. I.a SAiltfo.—ilary farmer* i»:t dr
lubjj at oci* third to ODi -l-aIC crop. Mncii of
torn w«b at tie n>tllc ami Hitiereu liaitir. Sort'd
KM.twJifdvtfojiU. tutkwluat totally used
Vist.' t;li uiad.
3.
0. H. Bexix.
No. 66,
O.vxroa, ißpQtois Co.—Corn U "really Injured.
• Esrly nlartidtbatwas claard will yKld Half a
crop. Late com. of which we ha's the most will
not amount to anything. It i» though' that Sor
ghum. tl nagh it got tbu cold from Au
gi.M, will recover, though bluets we:e cut In every
field. Buckwheat la cle»n gone. Vmw coiled op
Ithea mttk-rnrke and »e bhu k &•> a Mack kit. To
bacco, u ost flues drooping, ya some high land
L.nsffOpcd.
Sip; 3. R. A. nocsnronD.
ST.
Part®. Epoar To.—llotMm Ismls
Late com ferlonfilylnhncd Income localities.but
lei*a tlkSf first tiippoeed. Sorghum. mrh com*
plain! of injury. Buckwheat Huh* ralfedin this
county. Tobacco. au m*nrii*l amoubt in tnltira
lion. sui badly injured, whole flvM“belugcnttrdf
liai.td.
Sept. 4.
No. £B.
Pj’jupie Jin Pocir*, Randolph Co.—Oro not
flush'd. same, Buckwheat, none
jowl cere. Vttea sot dsm-grd. Tobacco not
Mosg**t. Vi*> little attention u paid to the col*
S' ntu-ij of vines and tobacco lu this vicinity.
Sip:. 0. Foaskus it- iiwcsr.
No aa.
PaKts TAztwriiCo.—Kiuuieia wideapivrtnsto
estimate of iajuy. Com believed Injure-! tj hut
a nop fcogum nearly all spoiled. Vines very bad.
St-pt. 4. W. \V. Aataarur.
No £O.
Pzoiiia. rroniA Co.—Farmers differ in opinion.
B»] orlr from vnrtoue{voteot this county *;*ycom
is imilly iiyutvd In ii.a->y lovahtie*. Sforgbnca
much hurt Vince very much injured. ikitltlUa
tobacco grown hereabouts.
S.pt a. William DonaT.
No. PI.
Piano, ITendall Co.—Damige to corn In this
viotiiy 511 p« r cent, ilauy Intelligent farmers say
n.orc. will nut be worth working np.
Bnrkwbcat is a total lore. Vint* are mi Killed.
Tobacco three-vnartera killed.
Sept. 3. A.StawAns.
No «.
PoMTir,LiTiNo«Ti jrco.—Com la onr stable.
It i» sli injured. That planted op to the 13th of
May Bill be flve clxthaot* crop such an wu would
Juvo Lou without Iroat. That pUut:d later will
bo pocr soft coni. 1 think Uttiu or our crop will
be sold in marks! as No. 1, ao that It the early
plant* d corn produce thcaunwnnmhcr ot bushels
as without fioat, o&r cash receipts will be l««.
Sorghum will prove nearly a total loss. Dock*
whtat will prove a total loae. Vines ditto. To
bacco is entirely destroyed. *
Skpt. 3. S.W. Catron.
No. 03.
PnornETSTOwy, Whiteside Co— Torn will be
irmaculaliouT tm!f Its value. Sorphnm piobtbly
Use.but Loebliwalecaa cumoaojcC. BucktfUuil
kllkO, AS are >liicb generally.
StH. 7. J. n. Wauneiu
2fo. M.
I*i:iNCSTOK t Si;iucAU'Co.— Za thin icctloalWrty
tlitvc jK*r cent, uf com iKstroycd tiontlium
blu.< ncntiivlr* Buckwheat, vh.c* and tolucco
B.imf. 11. A. STAHKWEAIUXa.
itjd.''
No. 05.
Qctnct, Adax> Cj.—Can bear or do damage
doi.viullißtomilJ.
Sept 4
YV. S. Elliott.
No. W.
Hc*tiTiM.z« P* nrvLEu Co.—Com ■will he about
two tt.lt«li* oi iurop. f'orirmm will bo almost a
lullcu-p. Uu\.kv>>Utat, ol uiW outtiult ciop. VUiu»,
about cnvlialf uop. Totwcl*', nl.mu
olucrup. iiuUuosurr £ Wells,
Stpl. I'.
No. 07.
flocKroßD, Winnebago Co.—Some of the corn
onblgulamJu cnaped entirely, bat tint on low
lands ji* nearly all destroyed. horyhnm U l»adiy
hurt. Wo made in this count; oQ,imj arUlonn ->or
gbum Syrup Nat ytar: shall not exceed tyi.ui t this
year, buckwheat reported all killed. Seven*
eighths of Uiocrapo Tinea arc entirely destitute
oiiobnpe. looacco acriomlylnjurtd.
Sept. 3. J.il.Tm;otTOH.
yo w.
BrAr.TA, HiMW’irn Co.—This season a coasld*
viebU. nn.ounl of cottou I* tflowlngbere.and is not
ranch Injured with frost. 010 larmur hat* flfiy
acres, wJacn. with smaller pUcca rearhm',e<*ems
to be dolrg well. It is thought coltoa may jet do
w vll in Du* part of tin- Statu, a* It ap]>- an to stiod
our amrrmr droephta better than corn or castor
bean. The damage to corn from late frost fell
upon toe crop on low land* and latu planting. Sor>
pl um rume. Then Is Imt Ihtlu buckwhea* bun.
All kinds of vinos enOrred greatly. Tobacco is
tut—lhLUrcp. Our (atari rsuilihato wheat and
carter hence to the cxrluaion almost of all s>uali
crops. Winter wheat altogether. Castor beans
veijrn-nch Injured—iu some Isn't entirely killed.
Sent. 11 :. Jaxss A. FosTSXU
Ko. W.
Elcjn, Ka.\e Co ioaclaalOAc drawn from a
clc»c olwiratlon dtuitrp nn extensive canvass In
Ogle fli.d Le« roonllvs. The corn c:oj> would cave
btcnln*avy—it will boa fair crop low, tawing ihe
cennt; together. Corn la ninth tliro '^n*
out Ogle county, though sot so badly asaitlrst
stppotcd. Sorghum, To eono localities, much (u*
ii fd—li. others, not at all, Buckwheat li.Jarcd
atlly. Vines entiidy ruined. Tobacco spoiled
universally.
bept.lo. S, il. Coz.
Ko. 100.
St. Charls.% Kanx Co.—Along the rim the
cropttct mto hire bwnorutectwL EUo*buf«tbo
com ie lialfdctlroyrd. Soijjbam is all
tU: tainvis true ol Lack* beat, vine* atil tob ivo
Sept 4. v W.'U. Cos.
No. 101.
StcaJfcmr, DsKilb c<r.—Wc than not euCcr
from the eflccta of the froat, aslLe ptomlie wisso
abum »u that tonic corn can botptred. and ranch
rtb.fch, to ripen. Cotnlieeverclylojaiou Sorghum
ni tome locallilc* rulnwi, la othera not ailefttcd.
f!i»b*teallnjured. Vinearpoikdijultc. Tobacco,
eonit* crops nilLCd. othua cotuarmed.
St pi. lu. J. R. S.tov,
F No. 102. ' . t
Woodstock, Mcllksht Co.—Fanners feel tao
JoMKjßiewbat, bat there la considerable of lan
star'* crop on band: Ihla wilt be more than half a
crop. Corn baa been aentrvlj Tinted. Sorgaum
not badly: will macn of Itrecorer Bactewbeat,
some plac*-a seriously Injured. others atLrbtlr.
Vinee ranch Injured. Tobacco somewhat Injured.
Then- is little In this locality. _
Sept. 10. L. C. SKixn.
, No. 103.
Samivicb. DsKalb Co.—Com !e supposed to
Y»t bait dt»lioj»d. \Vuhi:oodvveata«r itmayoo
better than Uut. Sorghum id all killed.. Bees*
wheat !* dead, and vines destroyed.
StpL S. W. B. Castls.
2?o.l«.
W.snsAw, Hancock Co.—Com. dama? adly bad-
Jr ob low ground—prospects of two*thi:dscrop in
ttls ccnntT. SorcbQßJ. reined on low land, not
injure don* high land. Buckwheat killed. Vihca
kuled. Tobacco Injared to some extent.
scj.t.':. c. n. Cisx,
Kb 103.
JoDatie j s Co.—Com !a totally ruin
ed oo low ground. On high ground injured but
sot dej-trojcd,as aljO Buckwheat and Vises.
BtpU*. J.D.PLiTT.-
Ko. 103.
Washington, Tazewe &. Co—The froit waa
not general or equal. It devastated ia spots.
Seme farms skipped entirely. On adjoining one a
U did great barm. As a general thlcg along
cricks, tlorghs, and on low lands crops are pretty
nartj oeedep. Generally it Buy be stated that
Com alllprovehaifacrop. Sorgbam about the
same, «Uiio3aU.wlitai, Yint-a and Tobacco-are
all kl.Jca.
Stpt. 4. E. T. Fisk.
Ko. 107.
WmONQTOS, Wnj, Co.—To bear the fanners
talk * a might thick the crops not worth
me; hat Ithink whoa they gather them theywiil
turn ont very mnch better than now expeewo.
Asy.twelave no dtftallo means o i knowing.
Early planted com, lose about ten per cent. i-«e
planuO, half destroyed. Bnckaheatfcoa fifty to
per cent. #
Indiana.
d ms Ponrr, Lu^C. 5 -iloat
at
S“c“lroj,d. Tobacco litttc
s, l‘ l - “ Ko.lli
Oomut. Eu3»»* Co.-F.-oFt ron la rtreito,
- tcartrir aaj-aotbtia light—other*
wr iiovr Svira com neatly ripe, soae very
1-V is neatly used np, especially where fro-*
£ 15 ’heavy. Cora will be short about one third*
Sct|nuiii hall to one third, Buckwheat la totally
n Scn'tfi. Jlrsox E. Cole.
¥ i ■ Ko.lH.
Erynaneraiz* Koble Co —Theta are a few
pieces of com that were out ol the way of frost,
out the gr« ater portion were It mlJh. OTernlni*
Uiiiht was cot off. Sorgbnm w.H slrebalfaerep.
Bn kv heat is a total lalmro- Vines are all cone.
There Is no tobacco grown hen. * *
hept.s, Jcstcsßabsox,
.* \ ' No. IM. • *
La Posts, La Ports Co.—The corn la dimmed -
fit m qpii-tblrd toorebalt and-half to
tl> ttrfomibs Cuckwhiat neatly all doatrayed.
V nas o:tto. Tobacco uamaeed from oae-thint to
tvotbixdA. Uadi fine aaowet last night *"*
it l- warm to-day, and if It contones aq foe aona -
time the damage trtQnot be ao mach at theabove
iet:>i«ate. Ji h* too ea»ly to state with certainty.
fc»pt. 5. Sinr&so Tail.
Ko.lli ? ,
Lccakspobt. Cass Co,—The froathas notbee«
gt-o.xal-en-n la taesameneighborhood andaaae
deles— the frost hat beee pjutiol—e part lit
jnrt-d. and other psrt not toacbed. £5 per cent.
dainape to corn. Sorcbam £0 per
la destroyed. Porkwheat, xloea ■
anil toV*cco Lined in M.tne neUbborbooda. ia -r»
otb* ra not U-Jaied, . .
Sept. S. ' JosiairCL'inwrrsort. ‘
- -* r»o. lio. , • i-
Mrancsito, While Co —There win be some
♦ om» m c.-iUin ioc-.'ltlus.bu; notouc liutdeaooati
io ai pi»}y the'- , «meciODtion of the county. Too •*
’ate il. uud cOrila ntaily ail killed, We bate
rot i «ver alulf crop offbeat. Wheat badly
tbitDk bit. Corn t.*j Iwdljr iajurcd-U
•‘•wt entirety killed. Sornanm. stt-ac is *“
* I'l-cUnLiat all fclietL Tinea baaly injured. *
btpl-8.- - • -linos fi. Looas.
-r, NO 117. --
i,.k ‘ n A ' T H; T&! ’i !er Co.—Coro Is tnrO'thirds la-
Vin «, , • v '*;y Hme oftNj Soryhnnv will
VftVS~ i i» « n tilled.-
bi» .* 1 kl ! ' 4 Tolatto mine fntc
‘ -Sc 1,, K-KGommd,:;
"« “ Ct, .-On
"En.“l P -»«%«SS , T ’/ .
2*0.119.
WrAWkMO. ror.itu Co—Crop* Ctowll- oo
low, Vct s to,l J *• «*'** »O*J low, wuilM OHnw? tt dS
c- wlere px*t» ctvd brbeJH of th b.-r, Uwy »iU
j ot twnv* over* nail crop- Corn, badly li.j<trtd.
uulLut a*»?x.e ovor one-iUtU tn»p, SonjUnm
r.au 3Hji[ o>.*-J to boll crop. t»uct*U,»at
«tv Vines— t liATt i«iU?sni
ot it-* s' i.xlrj; uju.td. Tobacco bidJ/JoJuml. '.
Si pu :j. S’. vV. Surra.
v." 34 -ir, WAo4*a Ca —\rioat h« bead iclUbj
tl t£> h* tv<-. but now. *onb Wto »7, ftaa odvaoc
•’t n ir’fund, especially la botrota -
i <r.tjp. rlipiUy inJun-tL Buck»*b«»t > *
;o. Vlii.otbnufir of to.» uiience Tobacco.. ..
ait o* t «»!oual fltld cotin*;y cct, oat L«t ecneiial.
fccpLS. J. SJcIUMttT.
>o. 121.
TrAtfW,Kcscn-pcucc.—rrofttCU little dam
ccrlt-. fu. Co ti Is hurt tery lltUo. sof
ui »po?«. Hacknbvat. hone piece* dam*"cd
iccly. \u.c* killed lb toDiu iuioUliia. Don’t
iM. k ary vuj intensive d»iua 0 c cuue In thin
I tctlCll
C.
Addenda.
-To. 1^5.-
Corsrn. Bl CTTS, i'oTTA'rATTOjn* CO., IOWA.
—Coii. tu tomu pUcut anlijjured. ta otwaoto- -
-StU CP; tnrt.| avenue, fifteen to twenty
cri t. SOTjihtxn, tnln.d in most pUcus:
Haa;p£--, full Kui.lj-five percent. Itaehwbeat.
MLtU i.op. all lu’ucd; *n-all“lo?-i, Jm-veTcr.
i'io. a icthl lo?;.. TuUaco. dsmape, foil
-c'oi*ry Cv<'pet battm«U c*opu>ilAtuage.
l-i «J e she much more.
Uji:ui i;ucoin wm nninjurcd. Tte ruis&uia exop
:* tlx l-.i-avart Oi>t bcic,
Scpi.
FaK:3"LT. Htcn I <> , iiINNEJOTA. Coni. lUABy
!•!>■*»» af«* dor-ngri! n.nt.rifl lj. otter* e.fchtljv
lllerHC.e. B'lrkwhiu-t. mot*t plfCelftTQ
>I‘OiU; imrc Mil bcliut vtsrj imif rtleuO. Vine*
ixn«.« rlsllr Tobacco. vt’j little ralrcd
if tLif ' *ci i»ty—-ufdara-crd. The fro«t waf quite
l.vr.'j « n )-.%• lane* v-atu.i tn« hitflici-tNodi|lt
»<•» Ut«i cropswlil rot homaterial]/ (lain*
ft, oJ. e Lau two quite heavy tioat*.
Scpl 5. Q. i*. BftlClirLOlße
No. Hi. *
U.*>TINCf, Bacotah Co., Mdtkeaota —Cora
much li’ju:«ioxf low ground; high ground, slight
ly. TLettme l.» iruu of sorghum. Buckwheat,
In for e pUr*n on With p»c»ncLtiot ranch Injured.
Viuer, >«ry mock Injured. Totmcco, cone raised.
Sept, a, GakjuiKU & VT UJtx*
• No.ISS
rrjmrm.TJ, Chickasaw co., lowa,—Corn. «m
bottom lat d; oil a f«-wple*t# of nnlard, Injured
oiifti.lrd. Soijihnm the same. BncawbeaUtboot
half a crop. Vuita, clevied tbi.ni out, except on
bUIi ground. Tobacco damaged onc-ha'P.
Scpt-S, A.D. EISKH.
As« oui, Stetosk, Co., Ind.—Corn, now and
ttcnalMu tot touchid; 0.1 un average, half a
crop. Sorgbnm >»ry much Injured, not more
than one/north of a crop. Bnckwheat entirely
destroyed, as far at-1 have beard. Vines about
the same a- corn. Tobacco may perhaps be one
•lztbot a crop. Ti-ere sre nniir fields in oar
connty that hare not been touched. which is ac
count- (1 for b\ the fart that there Isa number of
small lakes In this county.
Sept. 10.
Jtumcaa.itcn
•‘AsßillawMwaaoa her Up. health was In herlvjk.
strerjtth was.shsrstep and in her eauts—Tuuatstion
BMieia."
—S.—X.— lß6o
A ftw bottles ot Fhßtattoii-Ritten
TTIS curaharrona Fearitrba. '.
** Cola £iu«a.Ulcs and Feverish Llpa.
• Boar Stemtcb anil Fe.ld dream.
** Fiatalencyaod ladUeation.
** Kervovs sflecJon*.
- - Kxe**ftive Fatigue sod Short Oreattu
“ Pirn over the Eyes,
•* Mental Despondency.
M Frostiatkvn; Great Weakness.
M E allow Complexion, Weak£ovels.Ae.
Which are the evidences of
LIVED COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It Is satin ated Uat iev«a tenths of all adnlt ailments
prcceedfrotnadbeascdondtorpldllver. Tne biliary
secretion* of tie liver overflowing into tha stomach
poison the entire ij stem and tx-li-U tns abc , o symp
tom*.
AfterJonyifrevch.'wcareablatoprescattheoiosk
rttsarknbta core for tte*e horrid nightmare disease*.
He woj Id ha* ever produced. Within one year oveg
six hundred andlbrty thgasandpet sons have takes tn«
Plantation bitten, and not aa lastaaca of complaint
baa come to oor knowledge 1
lit* a most«ffcctosi tonic and agreeable atlanlant,
sotted to all conditions of life.
The reports that It relict opon mineral substances
for Its active properties, era wholly f*l-o, For the
public •a’Msr.ioD, a-d pwents e-#y romltiLdr
phjdchmi.we append a U«t of tta campone* 1 ts.
Calisata Dam—calcinated for over two hundred
years In the treatment of fever and Ague* Dyspepsia,
Weakness. Ac. It was Litrgducad Into Europe by tta
Countess, wife of tha Viceroy of Peru, to IfilO. and aA
tetwaiilv so:<t by the Jeiuits roanir ixototous emc*
or its own wxioirr nr stats*. order t‘i« bjitib of
JsscttV Pownnns. eod vrts finally made public by
LcuUXVI. Kloit of France. (InaboMt tnskeespsel*
re'eiecco to Its febrtfbgo qualities during Ids boglh
American travels.
CAscvtitLLA Back—For Dla-rha*a.tq.lc aaldUeaaes
Of tbestoxseb ocdboarts.
Dasoruox—For Uuhuuamoa of un lo.os ul
drOftiral atfeatioos.
Coauoxilv Fnowcßv<-ycr enf-obied dUesttoo.
Latkxuis pLowßitA-Arorin'lc. stlmeiant ud
tonic—highly luvlxorattag la nervons debility.
WIXTBBOtiKSX—For scrofula, rheumatism. Ac.
AxiM—Au atomaile csrmlcaUvß; rroitlnj ncaC,
jnttKle and milk tiunch osad by raothera nnrainz.
Alio, eleve buils, orange, carrawsy. coriander
make root. Ac.
Another wonderful It greatest, of Bpanl«a ctlgia.
imparting beauty to the cen-plciloa ua imtUaaey to
the mint!. j« r«t tjokoown to commerce of the
world, and wo wiihhgti iu uot tar Uic pte leal.
DtPOKTAST CKRTIFICATE9.
ItocnesTKß, N. T. O Member 38. PWI.-
&!sacra, p. H. Siuut A Co^—l Cars bsea • great
cofferer from DyspepMa for three or (oar years aod
had to abandon my proftwlon. About three months
ago I tried the Pl&cuUoa Hitters, and to my great
joy, lam now nearly a ro’ltcan. 1 have rceoei'cenil*
ed them la isvertl ca> u aaJ. as far aa I kaow, always
with algcal benefit.
lam icapcctfuLy ycurs. B£7. J, B.CATUORN.
v lOtj? Mo;*.*? ITtb P*r.U2.
BrxPtCTKD H:irNT*r-yy OxneMer hufte«3 ranch
bcaefilf dby t;*e t>>« of iby plarUUaa Billora. TMa
vflt aeud me two tou;tJ* mote.
Tty trloid.
girrraojr Hook. Calrago. F«b. 11, 1553,
Kens.P.B Dcakc A r.evu »ead ot aootber
twelve cams ol yoo: Plantation Bitter*. &i a mora
le* apyctlier, they appoar to here to percedad ererj
tblEg tad are greatly etiecmed.
Tours, 4c.' GAGS 4 tTAIVtt,
Arracgcicenta are so* completed to *Q??'7 aay do*
tetod for tbit article. wMcL from lack of gaTornmait
stamp* hat a*t heretofore been possible.
The roWie may r«t assured tbttlanocaeewin tbe
perfectly pore •tandard of the PUouUua Bitter* bo
departed from. Etkrt bottxk bkam nr* f*o
iiatu of oua sioxaTtrit* ox a atucl flats is*
OEATixfi. oa itoaxxot ua okncxx*.
PoW by all Droczltts. Grocer* aid Dealer* tbrotuca
cot tbe country
lySt t<P>gnr*»
Proposals fok sawed
IXMPEU.
OKDXJLXCS Cma. IXDTOfAWJtH. WOtAXA, *
Beptttsiber stb, IS6S j
hbalf D Pitnros VL3 «ld oe nccived *1 ibu obc*-
for Ut *c;ic»Uc aal^nil:
TVbltc 0ak—55,000 ftet.
IVlillo Pine— l22,ooo feet.
AJJ apore InnVr emit be of the ten QWCltr*
fi-eefttmtaeaonncfcccu uaiceeor rota to bee it toll
to »'x*f ctTianodieasrecnaHtbecomere. ‘*tUl de*
talis-trlfbecUea. at rt hi'la ot tte abate lumber may
be *svali.ed %i this otflee. Bide will be reeel red lor
tbe retard Pine 'oKeiSrr. o* ac* matt be
2rart«a ca Ibe euteope “Proeoeas for Limber-
All the above catfrla- to be deliverer »t tse itteor
tre Icdiarero’.l? *’B»zal. a boat oceaad a half‘ tniiei
f»Oßine«*aleCapital btj« biTTamlieaonfttftne J*a
tlotal head, at moa tansa *ad la each qovitstlM a*
B Bfd» C mort toCapt. T
Oidtaace Uepirtttfnt.
be opened «tl2 orober
vin le br Capl.J. Todd-iwU-a-co ***•
p*rtn:ett,sox2i,L , a au-boa Ohio iCS> dwELI»
«3-3193?1t Cert' of Ordrvce. Oanta-'cfrc.
OHICAGO" "FEMALE SEMI
-2£lsSi. H. GEBT, Principal.
■rtf tosctotloo Jrjm 1«‘“ " a
ojaisU,lESK*«.S‘-lsa
in tie ladle* Pepartment, No. SI of
“ ,nc atuslcal Union Boodw,
MetEdlrt t tana meet coiett ol WuSU jtoa u*
Ctrkttietu.
C0U252 or BTTTDT,
thorough icd cxtaoitre. eobxadrt Prtn&rr.Pmar*-
t«Tana Collect^teDfrttrtai«ai* .anUeatacd Modem
sju«neic*.Dis*t-g.P*tailag tsd
&Lc»rw: advatVzes ■will oa '■.fftr. d la Moslo-ia-
Mrncilon m-f'O the Guitar. Plano. Barnaul Organ.
y*tfe Mtaicun*£« every day M a regularrecltau jtt.
c\tc been rtalo to accoofcooate
narPa Ircra abroad c-.tlt ftra’d. n.der tho laaiediatn
lupenlih*’'ct trePrnepal. . ..
si:*i GEST tavtis bseafor c-oj jcar* craa-e-cd
wlthsbe
S. S. JtOUBJLL.
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of CUchcalU Ttrpscj.i to .it* Treatose,
patrcsaaoS ala• t*e. ■ '< ••Mr.ctw-.f icsjj.
totloe; also to Bev T. i.. t■* D. It. Hob.T.B.
jjry*:-,Boa. J.T.Scauisioa. at- i.v T.irx fchu«
fer term acd farther lefomsUouapply at •
21 SreSIOAI UOOa&y
between It A.M and IF. U. ieU-B6S*-lw^_
pHEGABAT INSTITUTE—
Po*rd!rjr »td Bay Schorl lor Vconc LaClee—
Koa. isnardisa Sarece nrert Pvaua?*ivJJJ
jean ; ar cyoiaa oflnstrurtioa «nhraoe*ta«
aad Frerth LargnagM
unit'd -aadalltnehraacao*
one: rrziyacdac»s^a.«i«=f^ t “ 3 b l -' , rt«b»irr<>-
U tie latter by tte Prtadpii.asinteo or tjj*
I two. • ®4 w %Via®l»saft
constantly ssoheo w cSses JtOy is*.*;
Jeer ccnunences -
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■vtotlCE. Mr wife, ha.T
r ts of bar coweU»fr TtM
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2fo. 120.
P. Harm*.
D.C. If err.
No. 123.
No 1.6
A. Liras.
ASA CtTKZUK.
iP. H. DRAKE A: CO.,
Ki BROAD if AT. W. Y.

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